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Application fields of HF RFID technology

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Application fields of HF RFID technology

The application fields of HF RFID are broadly divided into card applications and tag applications.

Card application

Compared with low-frequency RFID, high-frequency RFID adds a group reading function, which has a faster transmission rate and a lower cost. Therefore, in the smart card market, high-frequency RFID has ushered in a golden period of development, including bank cards, bus cards, campus cards, consumer membership cards, and so on. These card products were once all over people's daily lives.

Bank card

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Bank cards are one of the main application markets for high-frequency RFID, and the overall number of bank cards issued in China has remained stable. China's bank cards have an annual increase of 500 million to 1 billion. Although the growth is not stable, the overall number is a very impressive figure. At present, high-frequency RFID has a high penetration rate in the bank card market. In recent years, new bank cards have basically adopted high-frequency RFID technology.

City card

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The City Card mainly involves the realization of payment, identity authentication and social security functions for urban residents in various fields, and can complete rapid settlement and payment in many fields such as public transportation, medical and social insurance, public utility payment, and small consumption.

Access Card

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The access control card market is relatively fragmented, and it is not easy to count specific numbers in the market. Although the access control card market is currently facing a relatively large impact from new technologies such as QR codes, password locks, biometrics, and visual recognition, access control cards still have their advantages. In the market, especially for the elderly, access control cards are an indispensable way.

Campus Card

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The campus is a place where many students intensively study and live. The dining, shopping, water, electricity, broadband Internet access, book borrowing, medical treatment, building access and other activities that occur during the student’s school period involve payment, identity authentication, and water and electricity consumption management. aspect. The all-in-one card system can achieve unified management of the above activities through a set of systems and one card per person, which greatly saves resources, improves the management efficiency of the school, reduces management costs, and also provides great opportunities for teachers and students in the school. convenient. Cartoon has the earliest application, the fastest development, and the most complete functions in the campus field.

Label application

Tag applications are another large application of high-frequency RFID. Compared with card products, tag products have the advantages of lightness, thinness, flexibility, and low cost, and can be used as consumables.

One of the biggest application advantages of high-frequency PFID products is that the current mainstream smart phones have NFC compatible with most of the current high-frequency RFID protocols. Therefore, the mobile phone can be used as a high-frequency RFD reader, which also allows high-frequency RFID to be used. Go directly to consumer-level applications.



High frequency RFID was the main solution for the library market in the early years. With the maturity of UHF RFID technology in recent years, especially the reduction of price and cost, UHF RFID has developed rapidly in the library market. Because the library's RFID is a consumable, it is relatively price-sensitive. Of course, there is another important factor in the final choice of technology for domestic libraries, which depends on the choice of the library's decision-making level.

Anti-counterfeiting traceability

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Anti-counterfeiting traceability is a relatively concentrated application of high-frequency RFID. Typical scenarios include anti-counterfeiting traceability of high-end liquor, tobacco, food, medicine and other products.