RFID library systems

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RFID library systems

RFID Library systems provide improved security, flexibility in managing and controlling library collections, as well as data collection and trend analysis. Radio Frequency Identification or RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) is a method for automatic remote identification of objects, in this case books, magazines, CDs, etc.

RFID Library systems free staff from behind-the-counter work and allow them to interact with library patrons, develop new services and benefit from faster and smarter RFID actions.

RFIQ library systems, on the other hand, are the most advanced security system for protecting library collections. It consists of control frames and RFID tags. The system provides perimeter protection with additional capabilities. Using the same RFID tags but without software. This technology is a budget solution, with the possibility of moving to a fully functional RFID system.

How does the RFID library system work?

RFID library systems are based on radio frequency communication technology between a specially designed identifier - RFID tag - and a reader device with an operating frequency of 13.5 MHz. Each tag contains a chip with a unique number recorded and an antenna through which a specific event occurs: borrowing, overwriting, returning a book, etc. An RFID tag can contain much more data than a barcode, making it have a large range of applications.
Simultaneous checking of up to 7 books speeds up the check-in and check-out process. RFID library systems are designed to automate library activities - registration, borrowing, returning, re-subscribing, reader self-service, inventory, statistics, etc.

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