Are RFID Glass Tags compatible with NFC tags / readers?
RFID Glass Tags compatible with NFC tags
NFC glass tags are a newer standard of RFID of a high frequency (HF). (Specifically, NFC runs at 13.56 Mhz.) Older technologies run at 125 kHz and 134.2 kHz in what is known as low frequency (LF) transmission. NFC is better, however, because it allows a small amount of ‘message’ space, where the older LF tags only transmit a small unique identifier.
In specific, NFC tags have
1- a good amount of space to store a web, a message, 2- a telephone number, etc.
These RFID tags come in many different sizes, from business cards to small glass capsules. These small glass capsule tags are what most customers are interested in; and only half a year ago have NFC capable capsules been made available for a website, an address, short message, telephone number, etc.
With very professional experience and technology support to develop NFC, Freevision design and make 13.56MHz NFC tags in any format, any size, especially for such small rfid glass tags, the size could be 1.25x7mm, 1.4x8mm, 2x12mm, 3x13mm, etc.
The mini small glass tags, could also come with syringes, for easy implanting, used for animal identification, or inject into human's body to do access control, ePayment, etc. Due to its small size and flexible chip's options, it can be used in many different area, industry, medical, asset tracking, etc.
To help customers easily do the encoding, Freevision developed a NFC APP for Android system, customers who have Android device could download the APP directly, and do the encoding for all common standard NFC application very easily.