Scientists Print Cheap RFID Tags On Paper | TechWeekEurope UK
Technology could make RFID tags cheap enough to replace barcodes in the future
A way to print Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chips right onto paper has been discovered by a team of scientists from University of Montpellier.
The  technique uses a thermal evaporation process to deposit of thin  aluminium coil antennas on sheets of paper which can later be used to  create packaging or printed material. Researchers claim that this works  out to be cheaper than any other method of  producing RFID tags,  allowing the technology to replace both barcodes and QR codes.

Scientists Print Cheap RFID Tags On Paper | TechWeekEurope UK

Technology could make RFID tags cheap enough to replace barcodes in the future

A way to print Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) chips right onto paper has been discovered by a team of scientists from University of Montpellier.

The technique uses a thermal evaporation process to deposit of thin aluminium coil antennas on sheets of paper which can later be used to create packaging or printed material. Researchers claim that this works out to be cheaper than any other method of  producing RFID tags, allowing the technology to replace both barcodes and QR codes.

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