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April 18, 2008

Wireless Dynamics Intros SD RFID Card with 512MB Memory

By Calvin Azuri, TMCnet Contributing Editor

Wireless Dynamics announced the availability of its SDiD 1212 low frequency (LF) RFID reader secure digital (SD) card. The RFID SD card comes with a 512M memory.

Headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Wireless Dynamics specializes in near field communication (NFC) and RFID SD products, as well as wireless solutions for original design manufacturers.
Wireless Dynamics' SDiD RFID SD CardThe company’s SDiD solutions allow read/write tasks of low frequency NFC and RFID for mobile devices such as smartphones and PDAs. In addition, it can store user applications and data. Load drivers and launch applications that increase the portability and ease of installation to a great extent can be instantly configured with this plug-and-play RFID SD card.
Once the SDiD 1212 has been inserted into the SD slot of a smartphone or PDA, it can now be used for almost all low frequency RFID applications such as asset tracking, field services, work-flow control, logistics, and pet and livestock animal identification.
RFID tag data transactions can be developed in real time, by using mobile connections like WiFi (News - Alert), CDMA, GSM / GPRS or UMTS associated with the portable device. This low frequency RFID reader is capable of working on mobile computers such as Motorola MC35, DataLogic Pegaso, and the SAT SRM-3 (Intermec (News - Alert) CK61).
Ambrose Tam, Chief Executive Officer of Wireless Dynamics, said: “The SDiD 1212 provides our customers with a cost effective solution to improve their productivity and security by migrating from bar code to RFID.”
This card is competent when it comes to interrogating most 125 kHz and 134.2 kHz RFID tag formats including TI TIRIS, NXP Hitag, Q5, EM4100 series, and ISO 11784 / ISO 11785 half-duplex (HDX) and full-duplex (FDX).
Custom applications can be created for PocketPC 2002/2003, Windows Mobile 2003, Windows Mobile 5.0 and Windows Mobile 6.0 operating systems by using the Software Development Kit (SDK).
Calvin Azuri is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Calvin’s articles, please visit his columnist page.

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