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Forming RF Beams and Making Wi-Fi Faster on Purpose with 802.11n
Radio communications are subject to unpredictable behavior due to environmental dependencies and various types of interference. But with the proper operating

rf antenna  RF Beams and Making Wi-Fi Faster on Purpose with 802.11n Radio communications are subject to unpredictable behavior due to environmental dependencies and various types of interference. But with the proper operating parameters and an agile antenna system, many of these impairments can be mitigated. Using smart antenna technology like Wi-Fi, with its adaptive real-time system, you can greatly improve the transport of demanding applications in challenging wireless environments. Read More...
ROI for RFID: A Case Study Part One: Company Background
Radio frequency identification (RFID) is the latest buzzword in the world of manufacturing and distribution technology. If you believe the press releases, it is

rf antenna  respond to an interrogating RF signal with simple identifying information, or with more complex signals depending on the size of the integrated circuit. RFID has advantages over bar codes such as the ability to hold more data and to change the stored data as processing occurs. Additional benefits are that RFID does not require line-of-sight to transfer data and is very effective in harsh environments where bar code labels simply won''t work. In a nutshell, RFID can transmit more information with Read More...
At Last-A Complete (and Successful) RFID Implementation
A radio frequency identification implementation is a major undertaking for any organization—a project with ample risk of failure. This entire series is a step

rf antenna  A device that produces RF signals at preset frequencies, strengths, and durations. This will be hooked up to a ¼ wave dipole antenna via a coaxial cable; it will transmit the generated RF field. Smart label : This is a label that contains an RFID tag. It is considered “smart” because it can store such information as a unique serial number, and it communicates with the reader. Tag : The RFID tag is composed of a microchip and a flexible antenna encased in a plastic-coated inlay. UCC : Uniform Code Read More...
A How-to Guide for a Radio Frequency Identification Site Survey
As organizations prepare for a radio frequency identification (RFID) implementation, they often don''t understand the preliminary work necessary to begin the

rf antenna  will transmit the generated RF field. A circularly polarized, ultra high frequency (UHF) antenna—an antenna used by any UHF reader that is attached to a spectrum analyzer to measure the RF field received from the signal generator. A ¼ wave dipole, 915 MHz–antenna and a ground plane plate—an antenna that will radiate an RF field of 360 degrees. Two tripod stands—one stand to mount the antenna, the other to support the UHF antenna outside the interrogation zone. A laptop computer. Procedure Step 1 Read More...
What You Should Know Before Selecting a WMS
Before an important game, you create a game plan. Before you start building a house, you have a blueprint. And before you start looking at a warehouse

rf antenna  that the cost of RF is not just in the readers, the antenna systems, collection points, and labeling. It is also in training and procedural changes. Assuming that a cost-justification case has been made for RF, you must decide what devices are supported by a WMS and how you want to use RF. Essentially, the accepted methods of RF data collection are store-and-forward and real time. The store-and-forward method stores each scan on RF device and transmits to a WMS or intermediate server on an event driven Read More...
WAVE
INITECHS WAVE is a warehouse and transportation management system (W/TMS) that includes functionality for inventory control, receiving and put

rf antenna  The software is radio-frequency (RF)-device compatible, and can be integrated with other systems such as sorters, diverters, conveyors, and pick-to-light and put-to-light systems. WAVE also includes built-in reporting and auditing tools. Read More...
Demand-driven Manufacturing and Warehousing: Challenges and User Recommendations
Among its promising initiatives, IBS offers flexible rescheduling tools that integrate with existing manufacturing resource planning systems. Its warehousing

rf antenna  packaging, shipping, radio frequency (RF), storage and product definition, and warehouse administration and monitoring. IBS'' WMS process helps ordered be picked faster and with increased accuracy. Processes are based on product movement frequency, optimized resource activity through precise and accurate instruction handing. Fast return on investment (ROI) with staged implementation possibilities can be achieved. Ultimately, the ideal WMS keeps items in the warehouse are moved quickly and as accurately as Read More...
RFID Implementation: Moving Forward through the Four Phases
Implementation of a radio frequency identification system is best approached in four phases to ensure its success. Discussed here are the second and third

rf antenna  Implementation: Moving Forward through the Four Phases In part three of this series, phase one of a radio frequency identification (RFID) implementation was outlined and discussed in detail (please see Radio Frequency Identification Implementation: The First Steps . For more background on RFID, please see previous parts of this series: Are You Tuned into Radio Frequency Identification? and A How-to Guide for a Radio Frequency Identification Site Survey . Phase Two: Test and Validation Since RFID is Read More...
Responding to Warehouse Management Needs
The area of warehouse management systems and supply chain execution might be the best examples of Adonix'' commitment to provide small and large businesses with

rf antenna  Collection module s provide RF directed support for primary warehouse activities including receiving, put-away, palletized order picking, pick planning, and shipping. The Adonix X3 Inventory module provides core location and stock management functionality as an integrated component within Adonix X3. It can work either as a paper-based solution or with ADC support for most inventory transactions. This is Part Three of a four-part note. Part One detailed the company and its products. Part Two discussed Read More...
Taking Stock of TAKE Supply Chain Solutions - Part 1
Over the past several years I’ve repeatedly heard of a supply chain management (SCM) software and professional services company called ClearOrbit that was

rf antenna  radio frequency (RF) and  RF Identification (RFID)  mobility, to  procure-to-pay (P2P) , and  supplier relationship management (SRM) . After a while, I finally had my “a-ha!” moment of epiphany and realized the company’s mission : “To improve the speed , visibility and control of extended manufacturing and distribution value chains.” There are indeed many business problems encountered in managing globally extended  supply networks . For example, errors in demand plans and production Read More...
Provia Proves Its Way To Success
While not necessarily blossoming like some bigger and more visible SCE peers, Provia certainly still has its ''proven way'' to differentiate its value proposition

rf antenna  several additional enhancements including: RF (Radio Frequency) Receipts Added warning message if received quantity exceeds expected quantity RF Trailer Loading Users can now load material from pack locations RF Move Stock Users can now move stock into an assembly location Reports Added index to improve speed of stock status by date report; added product department to the items under minimum report; added ability to show both net and gross weight on the list lot history report; added ability to run the Read More...
RFID--A New Technology Set to Explode? Part Two: Early Adopters, Challenges, and User Recommendations
Radio frequency identification or RFID has a potential of becoming a new technology inflection point. It can be a missing piece in the long-lasting puzzle of

rf antenna  it for years with RF technology, and that RFID is yet another format. Namely, the process to gather bar code data follows a very structured and straightforward practice, requiring a stock-keeping unit (SKU), case, or pallet to be scanned individually, whereas in an RFID environment, data collection is not such a discrete process. Namely, a bundle of data is collected in one scan, regardless of the variety or quantity of product. While in its raw form, the data shows no relationship between pallet, case, Read More...
What to Expect from Your WMS
Today, companies are facing tougher competition and increasing service level requirements, all while balancing growth with shorter phase-in/phase-out cycles for

rf antenna  material handling equipment and RF devices, including voice recognition. Stability If you are into high transaction volume processing for extremely demanding customers, the WMS solution must not let you down. It needs to be designed for 24 by 7 operations to just run, run, run. Warehouse monitoring and control As warehouse manager you should be working with preventive exception management and not fire-fighting. The WMS should provide you with monitoring dashboards for the real-time view on workload, Read More...
Business Process Overview: Warehousing Solutions
Warehousing processes are critical for the success of a distribution business. These processes are highly visible to your customers, and have a direct impact on

rf antenna  including cross-docking, put-away, replenishment, RF optional picking, up to comprehensive automatic statistics and analysis capabilities. IBS’ intelligent solution makes routines easier and provides flexibility in setting up the system to meet your unique requirements. This can lead to streamlined processes, which lower operating costs and reduce staff workloads, ultimately strengthening profitability. Your company can achieve faster ROI, with measurable KPIs. Your business procedures are reflected Read More...

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