IATA: Decisive Step Forward In Adopting RAIN RFID In 2020

In May the IATA (International Air Transport Association) held its AGM meeting in Sydney, Australia where it voted to develop a standard for using RFID to track luggage to reduce mishandling baggage rates and increase accuracy.


True Near-field Antennas

Antennas specifically designed for Near-Field only provide a close to the surface consistent read zone with no dead spots using the magnetic components of the RF electromagnetic fields.


Multiplexer vs Power Divider

In this blog post, we explain the differences between a multiplexer and a power divider and what needs to be considered when selecting the right device for your application.


Quick Troubleshooting Guide

Having trouble with the antenna? Our Quick Troubleshooting Guide shows six ways to get to the bottom of the problem.


Cabled vs. Connectorised Antenna

UHF RFID antennas come with two types of outlets: Either a cable or a connector as shown in the picture below. Our customers are often unsure, which one to choose.


T-7 Cables: Low Loss - Low Cost

Times-7 manufactures antennas with connectors or pig tails. Consequently, you need an extension lead to connect our antennas to a reader. Just like with every other component of your RFID application, the better the quality of the selected cable the better the performance. That’s why we offer a range of high-quality, low loss cables at attractive prices.