Six Steps to the Right Transponder

RFID Tags Developed for Use Under the Toughest Conditions

For transponder development, it is optimal to view processes directly at the potential customer's site. In industry, this can be the crucial step for the best possible solution. The answers to questions are crucial for transponder design, chip selection and antenna tuning.

B-Id focuses transponder development on the individualization of standard products

When exposed to high temperatures, strong mechanical effects or material-related radio wave interference, standard RFID transponders quickly reach their limits in terms of resilience. Special solutions are required for challenging conditions. Every transponder developed specifically for a particular requirement is a compromise between robustness and read/ range performance.

The RFID company B-Id specializes in taking all parameters into account and producing robust tags without compromising performance. If transponders are to be developed that must deliver optimum performance even under demanding physical environmental conditions, appropriate antenna tuning is essential, according to Yiwen Jin, Managing Director of B-Id, in an interview with RFID & Wireless IoT Global.

“Numerous challenges can be solved by targeted tuning. In principle, this is not rocket science. Often, for example, an additional antenna winding is sufficient to achieve the desired reading result. However, not every transponder manufacturer is prepared to take these individual development steps.

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