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  • The Security Implications of VeriChip Cloning

    2006-5-10u2002·u2002The VeriChip™ is a Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) tag produced commercially for implantation in human beings. Its proposed uses include identification of medical patients, physical access control, contactless retail payment, and even the tracing of kidnapping victims.As the authors explain, the VeriChip is vulnerable to simple, over-the-air spoofing attacks.

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  • A System for Implanting Laboratory Mice with Light ...

    The RFID tag is part of a system with a dedicated reader, software, and specialized injection device for implanting mice. These components combine to provide a system that simplifies identification individual mouse and tracking and, if widely adopted, can …

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  • Flexible Anti-Metal RFID Tag Antenna Based on High ...

    2021-4-12u2002·u2002Things (IoT), radio frequency identification (RFID) technology in the ultra-high-frequency (UHF) band, due to its passive, wireless and uniquely identifying attributes, has been widely used in logistics tracking, smart retail, health care and asset management [1–4]. A RFID system consists of a reader, a tag and middleware. Various forms of ...

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  • A wireless body area sensor network based on stretchable ...

    2019-8-15u2002·u2002Regime I, which is widely used in conventional resonant RFID targets, is located at relatively low κ (~0.1) and f tag of exactly 13.56 MHz. Regime II …

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  • How RFID Works & Antenna Design

    An RFID system consists of three parts: a scanning antenna, an RFID tag which includes all of the information about a product, and a reader which decodes and interprets data on a tag. These three pieces fit into a process where: Data is first stored in an RFID tag in either a read-only or read-write format.

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  • Reverse-Engineering a Cryptographic RFID Tag

    2019-11-18u2002·u2002We demonstrate the feasibility of our approach by revealing the cipher implemented on the NXP Mifare Classic RFID tags, the world's most widely used cryptographic RFID tag [16]. Section 2 describes our reverse-engineering method and presents the cipher. Section 3 discusses several weaknesses in the cipher beyond its short key size.

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  • Radio frequency identification XG range

    2020-10-8u2002·u2002The most widely used is 13.56 MHz. The XG range RFID system is used to identify operators on machines by means of contactless RFID cards or key fobs. Operator ID information is stored in a memory that can be accessed using a simple radio frequency link. This memory is in the form of an electronic tag, which contains

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  • IEEE ANTENNAS AND WIRELESS PROPAGATION

    2016-12-7u2002·u2002IEEE ANTENNAS AND WIRELESS PROPAGATION LETTERS, VOL. 15, 2016 1759 A Dual-Environment Active RFID Tag Antenna Mountable on Metallic Objects Le Chang, Han Wang, Zhijun Zhang, Fellow, IEEE, Yue Li, and Zhenghe Feng, Fellow, IEEE Abstract—A dual-environment active RFID tag antenna is pro- posed in this letter.

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  • Radio frequency identification

    2020-7-7u2002·u2002The most widely used is 13.56 MHz. The XG RFID system makes it possible to perform traceability, object identification (tracking) and access control functions. The information is stored in a memory that can be accessed using a simple radio frequency link. This memory is in the form of an electronic tag, which contains an

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  • TxTagStore Site

    Customers may also receive bills from other toll authorities regarding toll travel, but never for the same transactions billed by TxTag. Please contact the TxTag Customer Service Center at TxTag.org or by calling 888-468-9824 regarding any questions. TxTag is currently experiencing a high call volume due to our recent system transition.

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    Idioms and phrases. The Free Dictionary's Idioms dictionary is the largest collection of English idioms and slang in the world. It contains more than 60,000 entries from several of the most trusted names in publishing. Search by keyword or full phrase to get clear, in-depth definitions of American idioms, British idioms, and idioms and slang ...

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  • The Security Implications of VeriChip Cloning

    2006-5-10u2002·u2002The VeriChip™ is a Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) tag produced commercially for implantation in human beings. Its proposed uses include identification of medical patients, physical access control, contactless retail payment, and even the tracing of kidnapping victims.As the authors explain, the VeriChip is vulnerable to simple, over-the-air spoofing attacks.

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  • A System for Implanting Laboratory Mice with Light ...

    The RFID tag is part of a system with a dedicated reader, software, and specialized injection device for implanting mice. These components combine to provide a system that simplifies identification individual mouse and tracking and, if widely adopted, can …

    Get Price
  • Flexible Anti-Metal RFID Tag Antenna Based on High ...

    2021-4-12u2002·u2002Things (IoT), radio frequency identification (RFID) technology in the ultra-high-frequency (UHF) band, due to its passive, wireless and uniquely identifying attributes, has been widely used in logistics tracking, smart retail, health care and asset management [1–4]. A RFID system consists of a reader, a tag and middleware. Various forms of ...

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  • A wireless body area sensor network based on stretchable ...

    2019-8-15u2002·u2002Regime I, which is widely used in conventional resonant RFID targets, is located at relatively low κ (~0.1) and f tag of exactly 13.56 MHz. Regime II …

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  • How RFID Works & Antenna Design

    An RFID system consists of three parts: a scanning antenna, an RFID tag which includes all of the information about a product, and a reader which decodes and interprets data on a tag. These three pieces fit into a process where: Data is first stored in an RFID tag in either a read-only or read-write format.

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  • Reverse-Engineering a Cryptographic RFID Tag

    2019-11-18u2002·u2002We demonstrate the feasibility of our approach by revealing the cipher implemented on the NXP Mifare Classic RFID tags, the world's most widely used cryptographic RFID tag [16]. Section 2 describes our reverse-engineering method and presents the cipher. Section 3 discusses several weaknesses in the cipher beyond its short key size.

    Get Price
  • Radio frequency identification XG range

    2020-10-8u2002·u2002The most widely used is 13.56 MHz. The XG range RFID system is used to identify operators on machines by means of contactless RFID cards or key fobs. Operator ID information is stored in a memory that can be accessed using a simple radio frequency link. This memory is in the form of an electronic tag, which contains

    Get Price
  • IEEE ANTENNAS AND WIRELESS PROPAGATION

    2016-12-7u2002·u2002IEEE ANTENNAS AND WIRELESS PROPAGATION LETTERS, VOL. 15, 2016 1759 A Dual-Environment Active RFID Tag Antenna Mountable on Metallic Objects Le Chang, Han Wang, Zhijun Zhang, Fellow, IEEE, Yue Li, and Zhenghe Feng, Fellow, IEEE Abstract—A dual-environment active RFID tag antenna is pro- posed in this letter.

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  • Radio frequency identification

    2020-7-7u2002·u2002The most widely used is 13.56 MHz. The XG RFID system makes it possible to perform traceability, object identification (tracking) and access control functions. The information is stored in a memory that can be accessed using a simple radio frequency link. This memory is in the form of an electronic tag, which contains an

    Get Price
  • TxTagStore Site

    Customers may also receive bills from other toll authorities regarding toll travel, but never for the same transactions billed by TxTag. Please contact the TxTag Customer Service Center at TxTag.org or by calling 888-468-9824 regarding any questions. TxTag is currently experiencing a high call volume due to our recent system transition.

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  • The Security Implications of VeriChip Cloning

    2006-5-10u2002·u2002The VeriChip™ is a Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) tag produced commercially for implantation in human beings. Its proposed uses include identification of medical patients, physical access control, contactless retail payment, and even the tracing of kidnapping victims.As the authors explain, the VeriChip is vulnerable to simple, over-the-air spoofing attacks.

    Get Price
  • A System for Implanting Laboratory Mice with Light ...

    The RFID tag is part of a system with a dedicated reader, software, and specialized injection device for implanting mice. These components combine to provide a system that simplifies identification individual mouse and tracking and, if widely adopted, can …

    Get Price
  • Flexible Anti-Metal RFID Tag Antenna Based on High ...

    2021-4-12u2002·u2002Things (IoT), radio frequency identification (RFID) technology in the ultra-high-frequency (UHF) band, due to its passive, wireless and uniquely identifying attributes, has been widely used in logistics tracking, smart retail, health care and asset management [1–4]. A RFID system consists of a reader, a tag and middleware. Various forms of ...

    Get Price
  • A wireless body area sensor network based on stretchable ...

    2019-8-15u2002·u2002Regime I, which is widely used in conventional resonant RFID targets, is located at relatively low κ (~0.1) and f tag of exactly 13.56 MHz. Regime II …

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  • How RFID Works & Antenna Design

    An RFID system consists of three parts: a scanning antenna, an RFID tag which includes all of the information about a product, and a reader which decodes and interprets data on a tag. These three pieces fit into a process where: Data is first stored in an RFID tag in either a read-only or read-write format.

    Get Price
  • Reverse-Engineering a Cryptographic RFID Tag

    2019-11-18u2002·u2002We demonstrate the feasibility of our approach by revealing the cipher implemented on the NXP Mifare Classic RFID tags, the world's most widely used cryptographic RFID tag [16]. Section 2 describes our reverse-engineering method and presents the cipher. Section 3 discusses several weaknesses in the cipher beyond its short key size.

    Get Price
  • Radio frequency identification XG range

    2020-10-8u2002·u2002The most widely used is 13.56 MHz. The XG range RFID system is used to identify operators on machines by means of contactless RFID cards or key fobs. Operator ID information is stored in a memory that can be accessed using a simple radio frequency link. This memory is in the form of an electronic tag, which contains

    Get Price
  • IEEE ANTENNAS AND WIRELESS PROPAGATION

    2016-12-7u2002·u2002IEEE ANTENNAS AND WIRELESS PROPAGATION LETTERS, VOL. 15, 2016 1759 A Dual-Environment Active RFID Tag Antenna Mountable on Metallic Objects Le Chang, Han Wang, Zhijun Zhang, Fellow, IEEE, Yue Li, and Zhenghe Feng, Fellow, IEEE Abstract—A dual-environment active RFID tag antenna is pro- posed in this letter.

    Get Price
  • Radio frequency identification

    2020-7-7u2002·u2002The most widely used is 13.56 MHz. The XG RFID system makes it possible to perform traceability, object identification (tracking) and access control functions. The information is stored in a memory that can be accessed using a simple radio frequency link. This memory is in the form of an electronic tag, which contains an

    Get Price
  • TxTagStore Site

    Customers may also receive bills from other toll authorities regarding toll travel, but never for the same transactions billed by TxTag. Please contact the TxTag Customer Service Center at TxTag.org or by calling 888-468-9824 regarding any questions. TxTag is currently experiencing a high call volume due to our recent system transition.

    Get Price
  • The Security Implications of VeriChip Cloning

    2006-5-10u2002·u2002The VeriChip™ is a Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) tag produced commercially for implantation in human beings. Its proposed uses include identification of medical patients, physical access control, contactless retail payment, and even the tracing of kidnapping victims.As the authors explain, the VeriChip is vulnerable to simple, over-the-air spoofing attacks.

    Get Price
  • A System for Implanting Laboratory Mice with Light ...

    The RFID tag is part of a system with a dedicated reader, software, and specialized injection device for implanting mice. These components combine to provide a system that simplifies identification individual mouse and tracking and, if widely adopted, can …

    Get Price
  • Flexible Anti-Metal RFID Tag Antenna Based on High ...

    2021-4-12u2002·u2002Things (IoT), radio frequency identification (RFID) technology in the ultra-high-frequency (UHF) band, due to its passive, wireless and uniquely identifying attributes, has been widely used in logistics tracking, smart retail, health care and asset management [1–4]. A RFID system consists of a reader, a tag and middleware. Various forms of ...

    Get Price
  • A wireless body area sensor network based on stretchable ...

    2019-8-15u2002·u2002Regime I, which is widely used in conventional resonant RFID targets, is located at relatively low κ (~0.1) and f tag of exactly 13.56 MHz. Regime II …

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  • How RFID Works & Antenna Design

    An RFID system consists of three parts: a scanning antenna, an RFID tag which includes all of the information about a product, and a reader which decodes and interprets data on a tag. These three pieces fit into a process where: Data is first stored in an RFID tag in either a read-only or read-write format.

    Get Price
  • Reverse-Engineering a Cryptographic RFID Tag

    2019-11-18u2002·u2002We demonstrate the feasibility of our approach by revealing the cipher implemented on the NXP Mifare Classic RFID tags, the world's most widely used cryptographic RFID tag [16]. Section 2 describes our reverse-engineering method and presents the cipher. Section 3 discusses several weaknesses in the cipher beyond its short key size.

    Get Price
  • Radio frequency identification XG range

    2020-10-8u2002·u2002The most widely used is 13.56 MHz. The XG range RFID system is used to identify operators on machines by means of contactless RFID cards or key fobs. Operator ID information is stored in a memory that can be accessed using a simple radio frequency link. This memory is in the form of an electronic tag, which contains

    Get Price
  • IEEE ANTENNAS AND WIRELESS PROPAGATION

    2016-12-7u2002·u2002IEEE ANTENNAS AND WIRELESS PROPAGATION LETTERS, VOL. 15, 2016 1759 A Dual-Environment Active RFID Tag Antenna Mountable on Metallic Objects Le Chang, Han Wang, Zhijun Zhang, Fellow, IEEE, Yue Li, and Zhenghe Feng, Fellow, IEEE Abstract—A dual-environment active RFID tag antenna is pro- posed in this letter.

    Get Price
  • Radio frequency identification

    2020-7-7u2002·u2002The most widely used is 13.56 MHz. The XG RFID system makes it possible to perform traceability, object identification (tracking) and access control functions. The information is stored in a memory that can be accessed using a simple radio frequency link. This memory is in the form of an electronic tag, which contains an

    Get Price
  • TxTagStore Site

    Customers may also receive bills from other toll authorities regarding toll travel, but never for the same transactions billed by TxTag. Please contact the TxTag Customer Service Center at TxTag.org or by calling 888-468-9824 regarding any questions. TxTag is currently experiencing a high call volume due to our recent system transition.

    Get Price
  • The Security Implications of VeriChip Cloning

    2006-5-10u2002·u2002The VeriChip™ is a Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) tag produced commercially for implantation in human beings. Its proposed uses include identification of medical patients, physical access control, contactless retail payment, and even the tracing of kidnapping victims.As the authors explain, the VeriChip is vulnerable to simple, over-the-air spoofing attacks.

    Get Price
  • A System for Implanting Laboratory Mice with Light ...

    The RFID tag is part of a system with a dedicated reader, software, and specialized injection device for implanting mice. These components combine to provide a system that simplifies identification individual mouse and tracking and, if widely adopted, can …

    Get Price
  • Flexible Anti-Metal RFID Tag Antenna Based on High ...

    2021-4-12u2002·u2002Things (IoT), radio frequency identification (RFID) technology in the ultra-high-frequency (UHF) band, due to its passive, wireless and uniquely identifying attributes, has been widely used in logistics tracking, smart retail, health care and asset management [1–4]. A RFID system consists of a reader, a tag and middleware. Various forms of ...

    Get Price
  • A wireless body area sensor network based on stretchable ...

    2019-8-15u2002·u2002Regime I, which is widely used in conventional resonant RFID targets, is located at relatively low κ (~0.1) and f tag of exactly 13.56 MHz. Regime II …

    Get Price
  • How RFID Works & Antenna Design

    An RFID system consists of three parts: a scanning antenna, an RFID tag which includes all of the information about a product, and a reader which decodes and interprets data on a tag. These three pieces fit into a process where: Data is first stored in an RFID tag in either a read-only or read-write format.

    Get Price
  • Reverse-Engineering a Cryptographic RFID Tag

    2019-11-18u2002·u2002We demonstrate the feasibility of our approach by revealing the cipher implemented on the NXP Mifare Classic RFID tags, the world's most widely used cryptographic RFID tag [16]. Section 2 describes our reverse-engineering method and presents the cipher. Section 3 discusses several weaknesses in the cipher beyond its short key size.

    Get Price
  • Radio frequency identification XG range

    2020-10-8u2002·u2002The most widely used is 13.56 MHz. The XG range RFID system is used to identify operators on machines by means of contactless RFID cards or key fobs. Operator ID information is stored in a memory that can be accessed using a simple radio frequency link. This memory is in the form of an electronic tag, which contains

    Get Price
  • IEEE ANTENNAS AND WIRELESS PROPAGATION

    2016-12-7u2002·u2002IEEE ANTENNAS AND WIRELESS PROPAGATION LETTERS, VOL. 15, 2016 1759 A Dual-Environment Active RFID Tag Antenna Mountable on Metallic Objects Le Chang, Han Wang, Zhijun Zhang, Fellow, IEEE, Yue Li, and Zhenghe Feng, Fellow, IEEE Abstract—A dual-environment active RFID tag antenna is pro- posed in this letter.

    Get Price
  • Radio frequency identification

    2020-7-7u2002·u2002The most widely used is 13.56 MHz. The XG RFID system makes it possible to perform traceability, object identification (tracking) and access control functions. The information is stored in a memory that can be accessed using a simple radio frequency link. This memory is in the form of an electronic tag, which contains an

    Get Price
  • TxTagStore Site

    Customers may also receive bills from other toll authorities regarding toll travel, but never for the same transactions billed by TxTag. Please contact the TxTag Customer Service Center at TxTag.org or by calling 888-468-9824 regarding any questions. TxTag is currently experiencing a high call volume due to our recent system transition.

    Get Price