Pasternack has announced the release of its latest RFID antennas. The additions are designed to amplify RFID applications, including inventory control, asset tracking, identification validation and more.
The state-of-the-art antennas operate within the key 900 MHz and 2400 MHz frequency bands, guaranteeing seamless and efficient RFID tag scanning. Outfitted with SMA female, N female and RP TNC male connectors, these antennas provide outstanding interoperability with a wide range of RFID readers on the market.
Furthermore, Pasternack's new antennas utilize right-hand circular polarization, promising enhanced signal reception and precise data capture. This technology, combined with high gain output, low voltage standing wave ratio and expanded beamwidth, bolsters the antennas’ scan radius and amplifies the overall effectiveness of RFID systems.
“Recognizing the critical role of effective and reliable RFID tag scanning across industries, our new antennas are designed to deliver on these fronts, offering a robust solution for seamless data gathering,” said Kevin Hietpas, pasternack product line manager.
The new RFID antennas are in stock and available for same-day shipping.