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Posted: 10/7/2004 5:21:56 PM EDT
Link Posted: 10/7/2004 5:28:01 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/7/2004 5:28:48 PM EDT by Defender3]
Radio Frequency Identification - usally a small tag like you find attached to software boxes or high theft items. Meant to set off an audible alarm if you remove an item from a store without the tag being deactivated by a cashier, usually at the time of payment. RFID technology is continually changing by getting smaller and reacting over a longer distance (range). Can't really see how it would be effective in a weapon though - too many ways to defeat the frequency range of the tag.
Link Posted: 10/7/2004 5:28:15 PM EDT
Radio Frequency Identifier. It is a passive device that responds to radio signals of a certain frequency, which can be read by a scanning device. You see it in warehousing applications, where you can run a scanner by a pallet and get an accurate inventory of everything on the pallet. They are also inserted into pets, subdermally.
Link Posted: 10/7/2004 5:28:19 PM EDT
Radio Frequency Identification Tag

Link Posted: 10/7/2004 5:28:26 PM EDT
Ask someone with a tinfoil hat.

Radio Frequency Identification

homing device....the James Bond variety.
Link Posted: 10/7/2004 5:28:50 PM EDT
Thanks guys
Link Posted: 10/7/2004 5:30:42 PM EDT
The mark of the beast as foretold in the book of Revelation! Once he converts the global economy to a cashless society, the anti-christ will make everyone get on either in their hand or forehead. After that you won't be able to buy or sell anything without one. Not a loaf of bread or a cup of coffee!
Link Posted: 10/7/2004 5:31:09 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/7/2004 5:31:48 PM EDT by topgunpilot20]
radio frequency identifier?

ETA: lots of posts in the 60 sec is spent reading. i guess it's clear now.
Link Posted: 10/7/2004 5:31:54 PM EDT
One thing to note - as opposed to what those wearing tinfoil hats believe, they can't be tracked via satellite. I think the maximum range, on average, that these things work is 10 feet, normally less.
Link Posted: 10/7/2004 5:33:22 PM EDT
They are also used in manufacturing to keep track of what operations have been performed to an individual part. Pretty cool.
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