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Our company was established in 2003 in Brno, a city in The Czech Republic. Our mission is to develop and manufacture HF and UHF RFID tags on a high technical level, in order to meet the specific requirements of our customers.
The success of our company is proven by the fact that our RFID tags are used in many industrial environments by customers all over the world. We are constantly thinking about innovative ideas, improving our extensive product range, and broadening the possibilities of what can be achieved from a RFID tag. We understand that RFID Technology is a creative area which requires intimate knowledge regarding RF engineering, material know-how, and ingenious design.
Here is the list of our most successful RFID tags:
UHF RFID Battery-Assisted Wristband
UHF RFID Lanyard
UHF RFID Wristband with Body Optimization
UHF RFID Heat Resistant Tags up to 320°C
UHF RFID Card with Body Optimisation
UHF RFID Antenna P-10
HF RFID Heat Resistant Industry Tag – Up to 240°C
HF RFID Heat Resistant Glass Tag – Up to 205°C
Please let us know which kind of HF and UHF tags you are looking for and how we would be able to help you. Our team HL-RFIDTAG is ready to find you the best solution.
UHF RFID heat resistant flex tag on metal
The UHF RFID antennas is a customer made the solution for the system with certification for the highest 4th degree for object securing.
Postal mails identification in the transport process through RFID technology by newly developed UHF RFID antenna
Libor Hofmann, Juraj Vaculik
This article deals with RFID technology, which is a part of automatic identification and data capture. We developed a wave propagation model and base on this, we developed a UHF RFID slim antenna.
Consequently, we are coming with the new access that is using the UHF RFID slim antenna that eliminates disadvantage of inlays if they are close or overlap each other.
In this article, we would like to specify, how can be postal mail items identified in the transmission process by RFID technology. All theoretical findings are verified by measurement AIDC laboratory, which is located at the University of Zilina Slovakia.