What is the smallest RFID tag for tracking

Did you know that the smallest RFID tag for tracking can go as small as 0.4 x 0.4 mm? But why does the size matter? Researchers are continuously developing RFID tags for various applications. Small RFID tags have a shorter read range since they cannot capture as much energy from antenna readers. But AK Tag was able to develop a …

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Mifare Plus Vs Mifare Classic, Which you need?

Mifare Plus and Mifare Classic are products from the NXP Mifare family. After the security collapse of Mifare Classic, NXP released a new generation of contactless cards to fill the gap, namely Mifare Plus. All MIFARE cards meet the requirements of the ISO14443A industry standard and, like other contactless cards, use an internal antenna and chip that reacts once the …

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Difference between Ntag213, Ntag215, and Ntag216?

NTAG series chips developed by NXP include NTAG210, NTAG212, NTAG213, NTAG215, NTAG216, NTAG213TT, NTAG424, etc. They are all compliant with NFC Forum Type 2 Tag and ISO/IEC14443 Type A specification. Among them, NTG213, NTAG215, NTAG216 are the most commonly used NFC chips, and they are very similar in function and application. So how to choose? What are the differences between …

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