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Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
RFID Is a technology that passively identifies tagged objects by using radio waves. It has been used in many industrial and commercial applications. For example, to keep track of shipping items or record books checked out of a library. They usually work through a small electronic device, typically a microchip with information stored. These devices may seem very small, but they can store large amounts of data.
In engineering and transmission, the intermediate frequency is the frequency to which intermediate step carrier waves are shifted during reception or transmission. This frequency is mainly created by mixing carrier signal and local oscillator signals in the process known as heterodyning, which results in a beat frequency.
Radio frequencies are commonly used in communication devices like transceivers, televisions, transmitters, mobile phones, etc. They are also used in telephony and control circuits known as current carrier systems.
RFID Access Control
RFID uses electromagnetic frequencies to track and identify various objects. You will find many RFID systems with a microchip consisting of an antenna tag, a reader with an antenna, and an access control server. There is data stored on the RFID and the tags. To identify it, the RFID will cross-match data with the data available on the tag, and if it matches, access will be granted.
These monitors enable particular parametric measurements. It effectively monitors the system voltages to make sure that everything is working fine during power up and down.