Can Anyone Recommend a Good/Inexpensive RFID Tags .NET Library

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 Posted 11/26/2009 6:11:15 AM
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Can anyone recommend a good RFID tag .NET product (C#)?

I will be starting a project about February that will gather id numbers from read-only RFID tags.

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 Posted 11/26/2009 8:34:46 AM
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What is an RFID tag?

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Hi,

I do this on a PDA (cattle identification RFIDs) but the reader is in hardware which I access via a serial port. I would have thought it would be a bit more than .Net libraries as there is real hardware involved to gather the data, e.g. a passive RFID tag needs to be 'excited' by the read hardware so it comes to life and responds to the request for its ID number and maybe other info.

Cheers, Peter
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 Posted 11/26/2009 4:40:42 PM
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Yes there are both RFID readers RFID tags.

I will keep the id on the tag in a table along with whatever information is associated with that id.

There a a lot of them out there but one very promising looking one is:

http://www.gaorfidassettracking.com/LocateWare_for_Asset_Tracking/index.php

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Hey Edhy.

RFID stands for "radio frequency identification."  Very similar to using barcodes and barcode readers.

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I am not so falimar with radio frequency identification, but I can share you some guides on barcode reader that is developed within .net application to decode and scan linear and 2d barcode, like code 128, code 39, gs1-128, qr code or data matrix.
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