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EM Microelectronic's EM4124 UHF Gen2 Chip Earns EPCglobal® Interoperability Certification
EM4124 offers market's highest read sensitivity for EPC Gen2 chips
EM's new Gen2 RFID device achieves world-class typical read sensitivity of -19dBm at chip level, which translates into a typical -21dBm sensitivity at tag level for a dipole-like antenna with 2dBi gain. With such unrivaled performance, the EM4124 currently offers the longest reading distance in its class.
Each device is delivered with a 64-bit manufacturer-programmed and locked unique identifier (TID/UID) to ensure full traceability. Furthermore, 256 bits of non-volatile memory enable the support of ISO and EPC data structures; a 112 bit EPC code, a 32 bit kill password and a 32 bit access password can be programmed by the user.
Through the standards compliance of the EM4124, end users are guaranteed that they will be able to use EM4124-based tags seamlessly around the globe. The presence of a factory-programmed TID, in addition to the usual EPC code further prevents data inconsistencies or tag cloning.
The EM4124 is available as gold-bumped die on back lapped, sawn wafers and is already shipping to several high-volume inlay and tag manufacturers who are leveraging its high read sensitivity into high performance inlays in multiple form factors and configurations. Sample tags are also available on request.
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