Field Programming

Field programming refers to the process of placing data on an RFID tag after the manufacturing process has been completed. Field programming is usually performed before the tag is installed on the product or object.

Obviously, the tag must have the appropriate circuitry to write the information it receives in the field onto its memory. Such tags typically have some form of non-volatile memory; "non-volatile" means that the memory chip retains information without having to use electricity to power the chip.

Some field-programmable RFID tags have two forms of memory; a programmable chip and a form of read-only memory containing a unique serial number imposed at the factory.

See also factory programming.

(go to RFID articles)

Index of related articles:

Active Tag (Active RFID Tag)
Amplitude Modulation (AM)
Antenna (RFID Tag Antenna)
Back scatter (RFID back scatter)
Contactless smart card
Chipless RFID tag
Contactless Credit Cards
Closed Systems (or Closed Loop Systems)
Code plate (RFID code plate)
Continuous Wave (CM)
Electromagnetic Interference (EMI)
Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS)
Electronic Product Code (EPC)
Error Correcting Code (ECC)
Error Correcting Mode
Error Correcting Protocol
Factory Programming
Field Programming
Frequency Modulation (FM)
Frequency Shift Keyed Modulation (FSKM)
Frequency Hopping
Inductive Coupling
Passive RFID Tag (or Passive Tag)
Phase Modulation (PM)
Pulse Duration
RF Fibers
RFID Reader
RFID Tag Collision
RFID tag
Smart label (RFID Smart Label)
RFID Reader Collision
Smart cards
Transponder for RFID








Home | Glossary | Invention Timeline | Category | New | Contact Us | FAQ | Advertise | - where science meets fiction™

Copyright© Technovelgy LLC; all rights reserved.