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Radio Frequency Identification Devices like Smart Cards, Metal Tags, RFID Reader, RFID Evaluation Kit etc. is a next generation of Auto Identification and Data Collection technology which helps you automate business processes. This automation can provide accurate and timely information without any human intervention. Access to such information where you can individually identify each one of the tagged items uniquely, helps in improving your processes and also to make informed decision.


Basic Information

Nature of BusinessExporter and Manufacturer
Company CEODhaval Kotecha
Registered AddressNo. B-404, Satyamev I, Opposite Gujarat High Court, S. G. Highway,, Ahmedabad- 380 060, Gujarat, India
IndustryElectrical equipments
Total Number of Employees51 to 100 People
Year of Establishment2006
Legal Status of FirmLimited Company (Ltd./Pvt.Ltd.)
Proprietor NameMr. Dhaval Kotecha
Annual Turnover2010-11 Rs. 2 - 5 Crore Approx.


Location TypeURBAN
Building InfrastructurePermanent
Size of Premises900 square feet

Statutory Profile

Import Export Code (IEC)08060*****
Tan No.AHMR0*****
CIN No.U72200GJ2006PTC048130

Components of RFID System

Components of RFID System

The tag is made up of a microchip with the unique identification number and the antenna to be able to transmit this data to the reader wireless. RFID tags have high data capacity and can include manufacturer, batch no., ownership, destination, history etc. depending on the application needs. The amount of storage available on the tag ranges from 16 bits to as high as several thousand bits. There are three types of encoding available in tags i.e. Read only, write once, and re-writable tags.

Active and Passive tags :

Passive tags are battery less and transmit data only when energized by the reader. Active tags are able to transmit data using their own battery power. Read ranges are more for active tags than for passive tags but are costlier for their extra capability. Therefore active tags are used for high value items and for longer reading distance.


  • No line of sight
  • Contac less
  • Improved read range
  • Ability to write data
  • High data storage capacity
  • Can read multiple item
  • Suitable for harsh environment
  • No human intervention


The RFID Reader, which is also widely known as interrogator, sends RF signal to request tag for transmitting information within the chip. The response received from the tag is then translated in to digital form and send to the application software. Different types of readers are fixed readers, handheld readers, network readers, readers embedded in other mobile devices etc.

RFID Antenna

The antenna transmits an electromagnetic field, which activates the tag. The antenna also receives the data from the tag and sends it to the reader. RFID tag also has an antenna, which receives the required power from the electromagnetic field, and transmits the data. Tags also require an antenna to transmit the information to the reader and to receive information from the reader if it is a rewritable tag.

Application Software

It is enterprise software which finally uses the data captured by the readers and uses the information to provide real-time visibility to the process. In some cases RFID middleware is developed which lies between the hardware infrastructure and the software application as a common interface which manages data flow between the two and manages the hardware infrastructure.


Standard Frequencies Subject of the Standard
EPC Class 0 860 - 930 MHz Parameters for air interface communication
EPC Class 1 860 - 930 MHz Parameters for air interface communication
EPCglobal Gen 2 860 - 930 MHz Parameters for air interface communication to replace Class 0 and Class 1
ISO 14443 13.56 MHz Regulation for contacless / proximity ID cards
ISO 15693 13.56 MHz Regulation of contactless / vicinity cards, reading distance up to 1 m.
ISO 18000-2 125, 134.2 KHz Low Frequency RFID air interference protocol
ISO 18000-3 13.56 MHz Reading distance max. 1.5 m, improvement on ISO 15693
ISO 18000-4 2.45 GHz Microwave
ISO 18000-5 5,8 GHz  
ISO 18000-6 860 – 960 MHz EPCglobal Generation 2 Tags (submitted by EPC to ISO, under development phase)

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Frequency Chart

Frequency Characteristics Applications
125 KHz – 135 KHz
Low Frequency
Good performance around metal and liquid
Slow data transfer rate
Few inches of read range
Access control
Animal identification
13.56 MHz
High Frequency
Worldwide standards
Longer read ranges than LF
Tag cost lower than LF
Poor performance around metal and liquid
Access control
Asset tracking
Smart shelf
People identification
Item level tracking
433MHz and 860MHz to 930 MHz
Ultra High Frequency
Longer read ranges than HF
Used as Active RFID systems
Most widely accepted frequency in supply chain mandates
Volumes may bring the tag cost to lowest when compared to others
Poor performance when near metal and liquid
Supply chain management
Inventory control
Warehouse management
Asset tracking
2.45 GHz and 5.8 GHz Fast data transfer rates
Used for active and semi active RFID systems
Poor performance when brought near metal and liquid
Toll collection
Industrial automation
Fast moving conveyor belts
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