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DecaWave Intros Ultra-wideband Active RFID Module
Companies worldwide are beginning to use a new ultra-wideband UWB module known as the DWM, designed to be easily built into an active RFID tag, transceiver, machine or electronic shelf for unique, low-cost real-time location system RTLS applications. The module, provided by Irish prefabricated chip manufacturer DecaWaveis based on the DW chip that the company released last year after spending nearly a decade developing it.
DecaWave was founded inand the DW chip and the new module that includes it are the company’s first products. The DWM module consists of the DW chip, as well as an antenna, a balun a signal converter and passive components such as secawave and capacitorsin a relatively small form factor: Users—typically, indoor tracking systems integrators, as well as original equipment manufacturers OEMs —can build the module into other devices, such as tags used in industrial environments, machinery utilized in manufacturing, or electronic shelf labels within a retail environment.
In addition, several automotive manufacturers are exploring the possibility of deploying the modules in new vehicles, for use by customers as a security alternative to other keyless entry systems that thieves have managed to hack. Ultra-wideband transponders are typically large, requiring multiple components to decawae, including their own printed circuit boards.
This makes the tags cumbersome cw1000 many applications, he explains, as well as high-priced. The resultant technology supports time difference of arrival TDOA and time of flight TOF schemes, enabling a tag’s location to be pinpointed in three dimensions within 10 centimeters 3. It has a maximum read range of 35 meters to meters feet to feet with a clear line of sight.
DecaWave Intros Ultra-wideband Active RFID Module – – Page 1 – RFID Journal
Users could employ their own software, which could be provided via a third-party vendor, or they could license software from DecaWave. The chip requires very little energy to send transmissions of short range and duration.
The DW is already in use by LG Innotek a South Korean firm that builds the chip into lighting-control and building-automation systems to identify, for instance, when a badged individual enters a room to adjust lighting accordingly and South Korea Telecommunication SK Telecomfor tracking patron locations and traffic within museums.
DecaWave Intros Dexawave Active RFID Module The company says its DWM module can be used to make low-cost tags, supporting real-time location systems that can pinpoint a tag’s location within 10 centimeters at a distance of meters or more.
Asset TrackingLabelingManufacturingRetail. Jun 30, — Companies worldwide are beginning to use a new ultra-wideband UWB module known as the DWM, designed to be easily built into an active RFID tag, transceiver, machine or electronic shelf for unique, low-cost real-time location system RTLS applications. Mickael Viot, DecaWave’s marketing manager.
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