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Researchers unveil antenna-less RFID tag

In case you missed this week’s lead story in RFID 24-7, we’ve posted it here:

Tremendous progress has been made when it comes to the ability of RFID technology to work on metal and with liquids. Companies like Xerafy and Omni-ID have taken the mystery out of on-metal tagging, and RFID-based solutions are common in aerospace, medical, automotive and many other industries.

The development of an antenna-less RFID tag by researchers at North Dakota State University could take tagging of metals and liquids to a higher level by making it more affordable and effective to tag products in these categories.

Officials at NDSU are in the early stages of speaking with potential partners to commercialize the solution, which could occur as early as next year.

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