RFID tag works by transmitting and receiving information via an antenna and a microchip — also sometimes called an integrated circuit or IC.

Since an active RFID is constantly sending out a signal, it makes an excellent choice for those looking for up-to-the-minute live tracking, such as in tolling and real-time vehicle tracking applications. They are an expensive product, but they offer a long read range.

RFID tags can be attached to almost any object. Although the usual target objects are apparel, baggages, containers, construction materials, laundry and bottles, they also may be attached to animals, humans and vehicles. Some RFID tags are designed for rugged, outdoor-based applications.

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