When a reader sends a signal to an RFID tag, the signal transmits back onto the antenna reader in quick fashion. At least, that is what is supposed to happen.
Most antennas for RFID readers are underperforming and leading to delays in capture which have real world consequences. We have isolated the best performing antennas in this post so you can avoid any issues in your business.
The New RFMAX IP54 LHCP Antenna for FCC RFID Readers
The antenna illustrated above has right hand circular polarization so the waves emanate in a clockwise direction. The left hand circular make is also available for order.
The RFMAX RCPL-902-8-RTM-8 is renowned in the Antenna Industry for passive UHF RFID installations. It is a sturdy panel antenna with reception and transmission in line with the FCC, operating in the 902-928 MHz frequency band and sporting 8.5 dBi of gain.
Unique Advantages of these Antenna Models
Another reason these RFMAX CP antennas are being ordered by consumers so often is because of their smart design. They both are slim and square. The antennas are compact at only 10 inches in height and width. The antennas are also highly efficient, being the ONLY antenna series that is certified to the US Navy's HERO standards for use on military projects (Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordnance-MIL-STD-464A).