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Dallas-based Texas Instruments Radio Frequency Identification Systems has launched a new line of 13.56 MHz reader and card security systems for use in access control. The systems offer 2000-bit memory, increased read range, a faster data transfer rate, and compatibility with the RS-485 two-way communications protocol. Cards and readers are compliant with the ISO 15693 vicinity card standard, and they offer at-the-door read-write programmability, interoperability across all suppliers, and multiple card reading capability. The factory-programmed IDs cannot be duplicated, and the cards hold 50 times more data than traditional 125 kHz solutions. Because information is stored directly on the card, employees can carry data such as authorization codes, certification, and emergency medical histories. The cards can be used for other solutions, such as biometrics and wireless financial transactions.

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