RFID Smart Labels
A 'how To' Guide to Manufacturing and Performance for the Label Converter
This is a convenient reference source for label converters who need a key understanding of the terminology and procedures involved in RFID smart label production. Tarsus, organisers of Labelexpo and the Smart Label Summits, have launched a brand new 'How to' book, edited by Mike Fairley, bringing together the combined knowledge of some of the world's leading RFID smart label experts. The book provides a comprehensive guide to understanding the basics of RFID and reviews the structure of RFID chips, straps and antenna; how inlays are assembled; the printing of antenna with conductive inks; techniques and methods of integrating inlays into pressure-sensitive label constructions; and the attaching of straps to printed antenna - as well as issues of quality control and performance. Compiled and edited from the speaker presentations at the original Smart Label Masterclasses held in Baltimore in June 2005, the 80 page 'How to' book is comprehensively illustrated with over 60 diagrams, tables and pictures and aims to provide a convenient reference source for label converters looking to enter the world of RFID enabled labels.
Readers of the book will gain a key understanding of the terminology and procedures involved in smart label production, what level of knowledge and investment may be required - and have a common language to use when talking with suppliers or potential customers.
New & Used
Out of Stock
What Reviewers Are Saying
"Roger Pellow, Labels Group Managing Director, said, "We are very grateful to Mike Fairley for pulling together this new RFID Smart Labels book. We anticipate that the detailed text and illustrations in the book will encourage more label converters to move into smart label manufacturing so as to meet the expected global explosion in smart label usage over the next five to ten years - as well as encourage the label industry as a whole to embrace the new world of RFID smart label solutions and opportunities. I would encourage anyone interested in expanding into smart labels to read this book as soon as possible."