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    Nanopower develops Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) transponder (tag) and (reader) chips for a variety of industries. Nanopower’s tags and chips enable new large-volume RFID applications with...
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    Alien Technology provides UHF Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) products and services to customers in retail, consumer goods, manufacturing, defense, transportation and logistics, pharmaceuticals...
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    InkTec Corporation was founded in 1992 with the company's motto, "Today's Technology is never good enough for us". Since its establishment, InkTec has still enjoyed a great...
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    Soligie is the leading company to utilize high speed manufacturing to produce printed electronics with a variety of conductive, resistive and proprietary materials on flexible substrates such as PET,...
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    Excellatron Solid State, LLC, a U.S. based technology company, is introducing innovative and enabling energy storage technology. The batteries made possible by this new proprietary technology can be...
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    Cymbet™ Corporation (Cymbet™) is the first to market a true solid state energy system using a proprietary, patent pending "POWER FAB™" low temperature manufacturing process. The Cymbet™ thin-film...
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    Cymbet™ Corporation (Cymbet™) is the first to market a true solid state energy system using a proprietary, patent pending "POWER FAB™" low temperature manufacturing process. The Cymbet™ thin-film...
  • Article - 11 Aug 2005
    Radio frequency identification (RFid) tags are increasingly being used in electronic tagging, tracking and monitoring. Applications for RFid tags, benefits and drawbacks of using RFid tags, and...
  • News - 4 Feb 2012
    Scientists from the North Dakota State University’s Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) have developed an antennaless radio frequency identification (RFID) tag, which paves the way to...
  • Article - 5 Apr 2004
    A powerful one-step, "chain growth" method should make it easier to design and synthesize a variety of highly conductive polymers for different research and commercial applications. Posted March 30...