Mishawaka, IN (PRWEB) March 22, 2007
Looking for a reader? Need performance statistics? The RFID Reader Report 2007 Lite Version, published by The Center for Automatic Identification in the Russ College of Engineering and Technology at Ohio University, is now available at no cost exclusively on RFIDSupplyChain.com.
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Ohio University engineers conducted their research utilizing the Alien 9800 RFID reader, the Symbol XR400 RFID reader and the Intermec IP5 RFID reader. Each reader was tested with different tags from leading RFID tag manufacturers.
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About Ohio University
Established in 1804, Ohio University is the oldest public institution of higher learning in the state of Ohio and the first in the Northwest Territory. Ohio University is fully accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, as well as by a number of professional accrediting agencies. Ohio University has been cited for academic quality and value by such publications as U.S. News and World Report, America's 100 Best College Buys, Princeton Review's Best Colleges, and Peterson's Guide to Competitive Colleges. The John Templeton Foundation has also recognized Ohio University as one of the top character-building institutions in the country. Currently, Ohio University ranks first in the state of Ohio for nationally competitive awards won by its students.