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Use and benefits of UHF technology

Automation in the industry: Use and benefits of UHF technology 

UHF is an acronym for 'Ultra High Frequency'.  It is an automated wireless communication technology, through which data can be read from a great distance. 

Use and benefits of UHF technology
Use and benefits of UHF technology

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UHF technology

How RFID works with UHF technology

Application of UHF system in industrial sector 

But before we start talking about UHF, we need to talk about RFID. RFID is an acronym for Radio Frequency Identification. 

UHF technology works based on the 'RFID tag'. RFID is used in a variety of industries, ranging from vehicle location tracking, security control, pharmaceutical industry, library book management, airline passenger luggage control or product delivery to fuel.

 The use of RFID tags is also increasing in organizations that sell readymade garments. RFID is also being used in many new industries, such as race timing or laundry management. There are basically two types of RFID tags:

1. Passive tags: Devices that do not have their own power source.

2. Active tags: Devices that have their own power sources.

Passive tags basically work on 3 frequencies: low frequency (LF), high frequency and ultra high frequency (UHF). 

# UHF technology

UHF is an automated wireless communication technology that allows data to be read over long distances. 

With the help of UHF technology in RFID system, a lot of data can be read in real time. As a result this technology is being used successfully in the retail business. This makes it easier to manage the supply chain as well as to do various business tasks more easily.

 Readers are required to use RFID technology. And because those readers are easily portable, the application of RFID tags in UHF technology for logistics and inventory management is becoming popular. Basically, UHF tags are bringing many benefits to logistics and retail businesses as they can read data from a distance of 8-10 meters. 

# How RFID works with UHF technology 

The way UHF works depends on three factors. Which includes a tag (also called a transponder), an antenna, and a reading system called an RFID reader. The tag contains a chip, which contains all the information. And there is an RF antenna, through which data is transmitted. The data is read and updated with the help of the reader at any moment later.

 The activities of this technology are conducted based on electromagnetic waves. As a result, it is possible to send data to devices that do not have power supply. The reader creates a kind of electromagnetic field through an antenna. This creates a voltage in the spiral of the tag, which allows the chip to become active. Taking advantage of this spiral, the active chip delivers the information to the reader and the reader is able to read and process it. 

# Application of UHF system in industrial sector 

RFID systems associated with UHF technology are used and applied in a variety of fields, including retail. RFID technology is now widely used in luxury goods and clothing. But its use is also growing rapidly in all other industries, such as automotive, aviation, cosmetics, logistics, pharmaceuticals and the food industry. In this way, warehouse or inventory management and supply chain have become faster and more efficient in the business of different types of organizations. It is also being widely used in the transport industry. Because with the help of this it is very easy to keep the monitoring system in order.

 Information about those products can be read quickly and instantly through tags attached to inventory or warehousing products. As a result, inventory management is possible almost instantly through an IP or WiFi network.  

One of the most advanced and efficient processes to bring automation in the industry is the use of UHF technology in RFID systems.

 It is possible to take an exceptional anti-counterfeiting measure through RFID. And it can be used successfully to monitor and monitor important steps in the product supply cycle or supply chain. It is also widely used in the retail sector of luxury goods and the fashion industry.

 The RFID reader speeds up data transmission between organizations in different sectors and controls the work process. The biggest advantage of this is that this system creates a dynamic system based on technology in institutional work.


I am ARMAN, the founder of this blog as well as the writer. Creating this blog with the intention of sharing what I know about online technology with people.

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