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A Search Engine for Wireless Technologies

This platform was conceived from the necessity of providing all relevant information on wireless technologies for IoT in one place. With our many years of experience in this field, we rose to the occasion and gathered numerous renowned suppliers of wireless technologies with their products and solutions, and developed a search engine that is user-friendly, comprehensive, accurate, and holistic. Through the inclusion of articles that prove the successful and innovative implementation of supplier's projects, we offer you a broad range of possibilities for your search.

Wireless technologies are mainly driven by electromagnetic waves, which are synchronized oscillations of electric and magnetic fields that propagate at the speed of light through a vacuum. The electromagnetic spectrum includes, in order of increasing frequency and decreasing wavelength: radio waves (like RFID, LPWAN, BLE, WLAN, NFC, GPS, Mobile Radio), microwaves, infrared radiation, visible light (ORM like Barcode, OCR or Biometrics), ultraviolet radiation, X-rays and gamma rays. Additionally, some technologies (SAW) work on the basis of sound – a vibration that typically propagates as an audible wave of pressure through a transmission medium such as a gas, liquid or solid.

Wireless technologies are the core of digital transformation and the foundation for the Internet of Things. They are a universal way to automatically (or manually) identify, track, and monitor (state controlling) persons or objects (data carriers) and to transfer the information to an IoT medium. Depending on the technology, the data carriers need very low (BLE) or no power (passive RFID) for data communication. The communication system is mostly unidirectional (from a person or object to a reader device) but can also be bidirectional (reading and writing).

The future is now: Always stay up-to-date!

In this fast-paced environment, it is crucial to have access to up-to-date information, which is exactly what we are making available for you. This search engine was designed with usability and quick access in mind. On the right-hand side of the menu bar, you find a search option that lets you browse the entire platform. Simply type in a term for your search and hit enter. If you are looking for a search that offers you more options and specifics, our Suppliers, Products, and Solutions pages are for you! Scroll down to read more about them.


Our Supplier Search provides you with a great number of companies that bring years of experience in the field of wireless technology and a portfolio of many success projects to the table. With the help of our categories of Technologies, Application Fields, Supplier Excellence, and Sales Region, all the information you need is just a few clicks away.


In the Product Search, you find individual entries to wireless technologies our suppliers offer. Sort by Product Categories, Technologies, Application Fields, Environments, Data Handling, or Brands. This extensive database is filled to the brim with innovative and future-oriented products.


In the Solution Search, you get all successfully implemented solutions of our listed suppliers right at your fingertips. Categories like Technologies, Application Fields, Scope, and, of course, Brands are your gateway to the combination of innovative ideas, expertise, and high-quality products.

Proof of Excellence

In our Proof of Excellence section, we have compiled articles on successful implementations that provide you with information about the project, the supplier, and the product specifics. Here, you will find collaborations, innovative ideas, and informative success stories in categories like Hardware, Software, System Integration, Industrial IoT, Automotive, Healthcare, Retail, and more.

News Channel

Our news ticker at the top of the page gives you a peek at the ten latest articles from our News Channel. If you catch an interesting headline, click on it to read the article. The News Channel always offers the la test on suppliers, products, and solutions.

Latest News
Embedded UHF Modules: Renewal of the entire series


Embedded UHF Modules: Renewal of the Entire Series

Relaunch and Introduction of New Modules

  • Three new modules already introduced
  • Five new modules in total
  • Higher detection rate and reading range
  • Included: 2-channel and 8-channel module

iDTRONIC has been Europe's leading manufacturer of embedded UHF modules for over 10 years. Reader modules with RFID technology are electronic components used in various industries to enable the automatic identification of objects. They can help companies increase productivity, optimize process efficiency and accuracy, and improve customer satisfaction.

24 Jul 2023 - RFID Enhances the Electromobility Ecosystem

Customer-Oriented Modifications

The revision of the Embedded Reader Module Family reflects the expanded capabilities offered by new components. Existing customers have pointed out that new reader ICs have a higher capture rate per minute and a lower power consumption. "This was the key motivation for us to revise the entire series," explains Patrick Kochendörfer, Sales & Marketing Director at iDTRONIC Professional RFID. "After all, 95 percent of our projects are based on customer-specific hardware and firmware development."

Three Innovations Have Already Been Introduced to the Market

At the start of 2023, iDTRONIC introduced three new modules: the M600, M620 and M650. These modules feature an impressive compact form factor. They are based on the new generation of IMPINJ E310 and E710 reader chips and were developed with current Industry 4.0 and IoT trends in mind. Regardless of the application environment, be it asset tracking in industrial processes or the identification of goods in retail, these three modules offer tremendous flexibility and are quite reliable.

New in September: M630 and M670

Other launches include the M630 2-channel module and the M670 8-channel module. The M630 uses the Impinj E310 chip and, with its short read range (up to three meters), is particularly suitable for applications in robotics, tool identification and medical technology. "We developed the M630 for customers who need more than one read location in their applications, but not necessarily a 4-channel reader," explains Patrick Kochendörfer. The Impinj E710 chip was used for the M670. It is recommended for asset tracking in emergency vehicles, in the maintenance and storage of tools and security technology, and in warehousing for monitoring and for the inventory of items.

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Patrick Kochendörfer
Patrick Kochendörfer
Senior Product Manager
Ludwigshafen, Germany
Benjamin Pfeiffer
Benjamin Pfeiffer
Business Development IoT, iDTRONIC Wireless IoT
Ludwigshafen, Germany
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