Fujitsu Launches New Chip for High-Frequency RFID Tags
Fujitsu today announced a new addition to its FerVID Family of chips for RFID tags, the MB89R112, a chip for high-frequency RFID tags that includes 9 KB of FRAM storage. The FerVID Family uses ferro-electric memory, or FRAM, for fast write speeds, high-frequency rewritability, radiation tolerance, and low-power operation. The new chip will be available in sample quantities beginning in August 2012.
The MB89R112 boasts an industry-leading memory capacity for RFID tags operating in the HF band, as well as a serial interface SPI, opening up new possibilities for RFID in the embedded and industrial sectors.
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