Partnership Leads To RFID Antenna Developments

Sept. 14, 2006
Two RFID developments have emerged from a partnership between Hyan Microelectronics Co. Ltd. (Shenzhen, China) and Paralec Inc. (Rocky Hill, N.J.). An anti-counterfeiting smart label using a printed silver antenna affixes inside or outside a prod

Two RFID developments have emerged from a partnership between Hyan Microelectronics Co. Ltd. (Shenzhen, China) and Paralec Inc. (Rocky Hill, N.J.). An anti-counterfeiting smart label using a printed silver antenna affixes inside or outside a product package. The label breaks instantly if someone tries to remove it. The smart labels are engineered to ISO 14443 A/15693 standards and operate at a recommended frequency of 13.56 MHz. They have a user-programmable memory of 512 bits (model 14443) or 1 kbit (model 15693). Their first commercial application will be in cell phones. The second design is RFID-based transit tickets with crease-proof antennas. The unique manufacturing process creates antennas that can be pulled and bent but continue to function. Contact the companies for price and availability.

Paralec Inc.
www.paralec.com
Hyan Microelectronics Co. Ltd.
www.hyanlable.com.cn

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