ThingMagic (MIT) introduces M6e UHF RFID Module

ThingMagic, an MIT spinoff that develops RFID technology, introduced its new Mercury6e (M6e) UHF RFID Module on Wedneday, April 14. The M6e is the world’s smallest 1 Watt, four port module. Among the firsts of the M6e are: being the first four-port UHF RFID module with multi-protocol support, being the first four-port UHF RFID module that operates at greater than 30 dBm, being the first UHF RFID module to deliver FCC and ETSI support in a single module configuration at 36 dBm EIRP and 33 dBm ERP, respectively, and being the first commercially available UHF RFID module based on the Indy R2000 chip from Caltech-spinoff Impinj. A beta program for the M6e is being conducted.

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