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Webinar and White Paper on UHF RAIN Long-Range RFID Reader Comparison!

By Klaus Schoeke / last year

Listen to FEIG’s Webinar UHF RAIN Long-Range RFID Reader Comparison and get a copy of FEIG’s Benchmark UHF RAIN RFID Reader white paper.  We’ve tested the latest UHF readers from leading manufacturers and have the eye-popping benchmark comparisons. Klaus Schoeke, Vice President of Technical Sales and Support for FEIG Electronics presented the findings between FEIG […]

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FEIG Electronics Presents the CPR74 for Advanced NFC Performance

By Klaus Schoeke / last year

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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The Fastest Payment Transaction Time in Transit

By Klaus Schoeke / last year

Transit authorities are constantly looking for ways to make their operations faster and more efficient. Simply put, passenger convenience can directly improve revenue. A smooth, speedy experience in public transit leads to overall customer satisfaction, which in turn leads to an improved reputation for the transit authority and more people choosing to take public transportation. […]

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FEIG Joins the American Public Transportation Association

By Klaus Schoeke / last year

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 / last year

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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