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Arcadian Blog — UHF

RFID Reader Antenna Basics - Gain and EIRP

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In the last blog, I maintained that the antenna is the most important part of a UHF RFID system.

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RFID Reader Antenna Basics - Overcoming Fading with Antenna Diversity with Antenna Diversity

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RFID READER ANTENNA BASICS – OVERCOMING FADING WITH ANTENNA DIVERSITY

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RFID Reader Antenna Basics - The Wave® Antenna Solution

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RFID Reader Antenna Basics - The Wave® Antenna Solution

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RFID Reader Antenna Basics – Optimizing Tag Selection & Deployment

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RFID Reader Antenna Basics – Optimizing Tag Selection & Deployment

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Voice Communications and M2M

Posted by Michael Crudele on

What does machine to machine (M2M) mean and does this mean the antenna is not equipped for voice communications?

Machine to machine, or M2M, is an umbrella term used to describe all technology that exchanges information between one another and performs certain actions without the help of humans.

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Antenna that Works with BCD996XT Scanner

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Recently, we had a client reach out to us about part # WPD136M6C-001 in regards to setting up a BCD996XT scanner. They were looking to see if that specific antenna could be used with a base magnet or a bracket?   Firstly, I’d like to start off by explaining that BCD996XT is capable of scanning a range of frequencies from 2 MHz to 1300 MHz (see below). Unfortunately, our antenna part WPD136M6C-001 only covers the VHF (136-174 MHz), UHF (380-520 MHz), and P25 (760-870 MHz), so depending on what channels you are looking to monitor, this may – or may...

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