RFID Labels Test 100% Readable by the RFID Alliance Lab

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Worldlabel.com shipped a roll with 105 pieces of 4” x 6” Xtrack™ RFID Smart Labels to the RFID Alliance Lab for testing. The tags embedded were a Rafsec dipole design with EPC UHF Ucode 1.19 chip. Tests were performed at the University of Kansas under the supervision of Dr. Daniel Deavours, Director of Research at the RFID Alliance Lab and Assistant Professor at the University of Kansas. Dr. Deavours issued the following statement on behalf of the RFID Alliance Lab. “On December 14, the Lab tested all 105 labels with a ThingMagic Mercury 4 reader. The Lab observed that all 105 labels were readable”.

Worldlabel.com shipped a roll with 105 pieces of 4” x 6” Xtrack™ RFID Smart Labels to the RFID Alliance Lab for testing. The tags embedded were a Rafsec dipole design with EPC UHF Ucode 1.19 chip. Tests were performed at the University of Kansas under the supervision of Dr. Daniel Deavours, Director of Research at the RFID Alliance Lab and Assistant Professor at the University of Kansas. Dr. Deavours issued the following statement on behalf of the RFID Alliance Lab. “On December 14, the Lab tested all 105 labels with a ThingMagic Mercury 4 reader. The Lab observed that all 105 labels were readable”.

"The results should be interpreted narrowly," stated Dr. Deavours. “While we did not detect any "dead" tags, our procedure would not have detected any "quiet" tags, or any degregation in read performance.”

Worldlabel.com has a PCT patent pending application for a method of embedding RFID Tags to paper labels. An opinion by the International Search Authority has approved the method as novel and innovative.

“We are positive we can embed any inlay into a paper label and produce a roll of Xtrack™ RFID Smart Labels 100% readable with our method of converting” said Russell Ossendryver, USA director of Worldlabel.com and Innotech Resources PTE LTD in Singapore. Innotech Resources PTE LTD is a major label converter and has invented a method of embedding RFID tags to paper labels. The method is efficient for long runs of one size label and also “batch” conversion of different size labels with the inlay embedded anywhere in the label the customers might require with a quick turn around. Typically, about 20% of the RFID labels in rolls have defective chips and are not readable. Our system and methods of manufacturing increases the reliability and consistency of RFID labels to 100% readable. Labels can be printed with bar codes with UHF Class 1, Ucode 1.19 and Class 0 RFID tags embedded with most popular thermal label printers.

While we have capacity to produce millions of Xtrack™ RFID Smart Labels right now, we are increasing our manufacturing capacity in China, Malaysia and are working on licensing the technology to several converters in the USA and Europe. Plans to open our own facility in the State of Ohio are in the works.

For more information and data on our Xtrack™ RFID Smart Labels, please visit http://www.worldlabel.com/rfid/rfid.htm or contact:

Russell Ossendryver

336 Convent Ave, NY, NY, 10031, USA.

TEL: 212-234 5775

About the RFID Alliance Label

The RFID Alliance Lab, housed at the University of Kansas, is a not-for-profit testing facility that will provide objective benchmarking reports on RFID equipment. Utilizing the combined expertise of its three partners, the RFID Alliance Lab will test RFID technology and publish objective reports of the testing results. Please contact http://www.rfidalliancelab.org for more information.

About Worldlabel.com

Worldlabel.com is a leading manufacturer of laser and inkjet sheet labels in over 50 sizes including CD, DVD, mailing, shipping labels and more in 19 different materials. Worldlabel.com has a presence in Asia through Innotech Resources PTE LTD in Singapore. Innotech Resources PTE LTD is a major converter of barcode labels and other pressure sensitive labels. Innotech also handles all aspect of barcode and RFID system integration, RFID research and development and manufacturing for the Asian markets.

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