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January 29, 2014
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The Tag-it™ HF-I line of RFID transponders is expanding with new memory, data protection and form-factor options. Now offered in both 256- and 2,048-bit-memory versions, the line provides new tracking and authentication capabilities. The new platform includes password-protected write functionality, said to be a first in the market, giving RFID application designers the flexibility to choose the optimum memory and level of security for each case. Designers can select levels ranging from factory-locked, unique IDs to user-programmed password locks with decommissioning or kill functionalities. The transponders are available in chip and inlay varieties, in a selection of antenna configurations for integration with paper, PVC and other substrates.
Texas Instruments, 800/962-7343. www.ti.com
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