RFID Data Conversion can have several different aspects to it. For the writing to RFID tags we have both tools as well as complete applications to do the necessary data conversion from your back office systems into the required data in an RFID tag. Contact us for more information.
Description: Provides a user-friendly interface requesting, and then edit-checking, each piece of data for the application to write the correct stream of hex data to write the Table of Contents(ToC) and each of Record Types 1,2,3 and 4 for high-mem tags, as well as Dual Record and Low-mem tags.
Uses & Benefits: Aerospace & Defense (A&D) has
a designated EPC Header ID to define that all the data in the RFID tag follows aviation’s Spec2000 data format for both the EPC/UII Block of memory as well as the Table of Contents (ToC) in User Memory. The A&D Header defines up to 476 bits for the EPC/UII Block to contain the unique identifier. This allows for either DoD UID Construct 1, Construct 2, or a newly defined Construct 3 to fit into this space which is the unique identity of the actual part, not just the RFID tag. The requirement is for this data to be written using a 6-bit ASCII conversion (to save space).
Customized Conversion Tool
This tool allows for your (normally 8-bit ASCII) data to be re-mapped to 6-bit ASCII, concatenated with the other Protocol Control bit data, and written into the RFID tag in correct hex character format.
This tool converts the data for A&D RFID tags with User Memory – both low (512-bits+) memory and high (2 KB+) memory – including the Table of Contents, plus the single record type for low-mem tags; the multiple record types for the high mem tags using either 6- or 8-bit ASCII as the user specifies will be coming in the future.