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FEIG ELECTRONICS Updates Its UHF Long Range Reader With New Features, Capabilities

By Klaus Schoeke

LRU1002 Long Range Reader Greatly Expands RFID System and Equipment Interoperability for Access Control, Parking and Inventory Management ATLANTA, GA — March 27, 2017 — The newest version of FEIG’s successful UHF Long Range Reader – the LRU1002 – adds new capabilities, easier installation, and seamless integration with FEIG’s reader and antenna product family, announced the […]

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FEIG Electronics Presents the CPR74 for Advanced NFC Performance

By Klaus Schoeke

FEIG Electronics is proud to announce an upgrade to our popular CPR44 NFC reader: the CPR74. This next-generation FEIG product is a reader and encoder designed to bring state-of-the-art, secure, and speedy NFC performance to applications such as payments and ticketing. The CPR74 supports digital wallets like Apple Pay, Google Wallet and Android Pay, as […]

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RFID Journal Live: FEIG Electronics Discount Code

By Klaus Schoeke

Please join FEIG Electronics at the world’s largest RFID technology event, RFID Journal LIVE 2017! Here are the details: When: May 9-11, 2017 Where: Phoenix, AZ Venue: Phoenix Convention Center (map) Booth: 412G Registration: http://www.rfidjournalevents.com/live/register2 Discount Code: PHGF This year, FEIG will be joining hundreds of other exhibitors, as well as professionals from retail, healthcare, […]

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White Paper: RFID in Healthcare Meets Regulations to Ensure Patient Safety

By Klaus Schoeke

The medical and healthcare fields have benefited from RFID technology for some time. Recent innovations by FEIG Electronics are expanding the capabilities of RFID technology, bringing richer data streams, more dynamic features, intuitive user interfaces and more. The cost savings and efficiency improvements represented by these features are staggering. But when it comes to safety […]

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FEIG Technology Supports Low Level Reader Protocol (LLRP)

By Klaus Schoeke

FEIG ELECTRONIC, GmbH celebrated the 50th anniversary of its founding in 2016. As one of the few RFID suppliers offering LF, HF and UHF RFID readers to support each ISO Standard defined for passive RFID, the company’s long history with product development provides perspective on the paths that passive RFID products often follow through the […]

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Why RockFish Systems Switched to FEIG for Better RFID Performance

By Klaus Schoeke

RockFish Systems is a company that provides business solutions using RFID, barcode and Internet of Things (IoT) technology to automate systems in manufacturing and distribution. Ben Boney of Rockfish needed an RFID reader that would read more items at a faster rate. He turned to FEIG, whose LRU1002 Fixed UHF Long Range Reader provided the […]

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Advantages of G2V2 Protocol for RAIN RFID Tags

By Klaus Schoeke

Passive UHF RFID or RAIN RFID has been in use for over a decade now, but until recently the protocol lacked key features that many market segments require. GS1, the management board that oversees global standards related to RFID and Electronic Product Code (EPC) technologies, ratified a new protocol called Gen2v2 in October of 2013. […]

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FEIG Joins the American Public Transportation Association

By Klaus Schoeke

FEIG Electronics is proud to announce its acceptance as a member of the American Public Transportation Association. With this new membership, FEIG joins the ranks of other leading organizations that work to advance and improve bus, commuter rail, subway, light rail and other public transportation systems in the U.S. These organizations include government agencies, state […]

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Easily Upgrade to a Next-Generation Transit Payment System

By Klaus Schoeke

Most transit authorities in the U.S. use proprietary, closed-loop systems for payment transactions in buses and trains. While these systems have been the standard for decades, most of them were implemented at a time when there was no real alternative. In the last few years, however, many transit authorities have begun to realize the benefits […]

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Managing Product Lifecycles for A Smooth Evolution

By Klaus Schoeke

We’ve all heard the adage; the only constant in business is change.  Market leading companies embrace change as a catalyst for innovation, growth and improvement.   Yet, unexpected change can be quite disruptive to a business.  One can appreciate that it is not change that is disruptive so much as the unexpected. The fact of the […]

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