RSI ID Technologies expands available RFID baggage application-specific antenna designs

New design offers additional options for Integrators, VARs and Convertors focusing on Baggage Tracking

RSI ID Technologies (RSI), a leading manufacturer of RFID antennas, inlays and tags, has launched a new RFID antenna, the RSI Blade, designed specifically for use in baggage tracking applications.

The RSI Blade leverages the NXP UCODE Gen 2 G2XL and G2XM ICs and offers exceptional orientation insensitivity and wideband operation, making it ideal for baggage tracking applications.  The addition of the Blade design gives RSI ID partners another option for baggage applications, while offering greater read distance than existing designs.

As several industry analysts have noted, both the deployment and consideration for use of RFID in baggage tracking applications continues to evolve, said Wolf Bielas, president and CEO of RSI ID Technologies. RSI ID has had an increasing number of requests for inlays designed specifically for the baggage tracking market. These requests, as well as the obvious growth potential, created a straightforward decision for RSI to allocate R&D, design, and testing resources to bring this design to market.

RSI IDs antenna design capabilities, converting processes, and manufacturing expertise, along with its best-of-breed testing equipment, enables RSI ID to design and produce high-volume, reliable tags without compromising quality, while still delivering inlays and tags at industry-leading prices.


About RSI ID Technologies

RSI ID Technologies is a leading, vertically integrated manufacturer of antennas, inlays, and tags. RSI IDs core skills in rapid tag design and high quality manufacturing of inlays and labels, coupled with its extensive systems design and integration expertise, enable it to deliver innovative solutions to complex RFID problems across global markets.  Established in 1991, RSI ID offers a full line of HF and UHF RFID labels, readers, and software to customers in a broad range of industries.

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