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RFID-Transponder, RFID-TAGs and NFC-TAGs

Wide range of  RFID-Transponder
(RFID-TAGs | NFC-TAG | Smart Label | KeyFobs | Cards | .... )

Here you have a choice to be the equal. The application determines the RFID tag design! Whether smart cards for access control, Mount on Metal RFID Transponders for production and logistic - here you find the right RFID tag!
Take the opportunity to apply RFID tags and NFC tags, even in small quantities!

  Chip Matrix 
Overview of all RFID Chip types you can find at our RFID-Webshop


There are two different RFID technologies available

Passive tags have no own power source and take their energy directly from the magnetic field of the reader. Passive RFID tags don’t need any maintenance, but the reading distance depends on the size and frequency of the transponder and antenna. 

Active tags are much more complex than passive tags and have an internal battery to increase the reading distances. The life time of active tags is limited through the battery. The manufacturing is more expensive, that’s the reason why the price for active tags is much higher compared to passive systems.  

There are systems with 134.2kHz, 125kHz, 13.56MHz, 868MHz, 915MHz, 2.45GHz available, every system has different properties and reading distances depending on the environmental conditions.

Pro and cons of the different frequency bands

Low Frequency 100 - 135kHz


» large number of different designs and sizes of RFID-transponders
   and RFID-Reader and NFC-Reader devices available 
» property penetration of non-metallic articles, water and organic fabric 
» standardisation by ISO 11784/85 
» relative insensitively to metallic enviromental influences 
» frequency band world-wide available 
» high one permitted transmitting power 

 no printed coils possible, transponders are manufactured with
   wire reeling antennas 
» small transmission rate


High Frequency 13.56MHz


» use of favorable passive Transponders and well as
   RFID-Reader and NFC-Reader devices
» standardisation by ISO 15693, ISO 14443A and ISO 14443B
» higher data capacity
» middle channel transfer rate (26 kBit/s)
» frequency band world-wide available

 high absorption by metallic environment
» reader calibration width by legal regulations limited
» large ranges require large antenna designs


Ultra High Frequency 860 - 915MHz


» large range 
» simple antenna design
» economical
» standardisation (EPC)

 bad penetration of water and organic fabric


RFID-Transponder, RFID-TAGs und NFC-TAG im RFID-NFC-Webshop

Hundrets of different RFID-Transponder for your application!

More sub catagories:
LF 125|134.2kHz
HF 13.56MHz
UHF 868 MHz