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.
ThingMagic (MIT) introduces M6e UHF RFID Module