-- "On top of that, none of our experiences with readers used in hospital
deployments are near the amount of power that the readers in this study
required. If you wanted to show EMI due to passive RFID, you would go
out of your way to pick the reader that was used in the study. If you
wanted to represent the market, you would have chosen a lower powered
-- "Despite its flaws, we do see the study as a call to action for
standardization around RFID in hospitals, particularly as it relates to
power requirements. This would certainly benefit the industry in the
long run providing a commonly understood framework for how best to
employ RFID in healthcare."
For detail on other studies on RFID and its use in healthcare environments, please visit http://www.wirelesshealthcare.co.uk/wh/news/wk29-08-0003.htm.
Please contact Kristin Cronin at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for further quotes regarding this study or to request an interview with a SkyeTek executive.
About SkyeTek, Inc.
SkyeTek, Inc. develops reader hardware and software that enables the
pervasive adoption of RFID as intelligent networking technology. Numerous
Fortune 500 and mid-market customers use SkyeTek's products in applications
such as item-level inventory, product authentication, access control, and
patron management. In addition to selling SkyeModule readers, SkyeTek
licenses SkyeWare software that allows customers to save 40 - 70% compared
to the price of common reader modules available in the market today. Based
in Westminster, Colo., SkyeTek sells exclusively through OEMs, systems
integrators, and distributors. For more information, visit
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