RFID technology is the fastest-growing high-tech technology in the 21st century. With the integration of traditional networks, RFID technology shows great market application potential, and is called "Internet of Things" and "Second Generation Internet". Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology is a non-contact automatic identification technology, which is the abbreviation of English Radio Frequency Identification.
It automatically recognizes target objects and obtains relevant data through radio frequency signals. The recognition work does not require visual and manual intervention, and it can work in various working environments. The radio frequency identification system consists of three parts: an electronic tag (Tag), a reader (Reader) and an antenna (Antenna).
The host computer sends instructions to make the reader work. The reader sends radio frequency signals through the antenna. After the electronic tag receives the radio frequency signal, it is converted into electric current for the chip to work, reads the data stored inside, and sends it out after modulation; antenna reception The information fed back by the tag is sent to the reader, and the tag data is recovered after demodulation and sent to the host computer for processing.
It should be pointed out that the electronic tag does not contain a battery. After receiving the electromagnetic signal from the reader, it is rectified into a direct current for the chip to work, which can be maintenance-free. Each electronic tag has a unique ID number in the world, and there is a user data area for users to write information. It is light in weight, small in size, long in life, and low in price. Mass production can be achieved through reasonable processing technology. As an anti-counterfeiting label, RFID electronic tags are attached to the production process, combined with the original label, attached to the bottle, and then packed into the packaging box.
The electronic label is a paper EPC label with identification information printed on the surface and a permanent sticker on the back, which is directly attached to the bottle. Manual pasting and mechanical pasting: During product production, RFID anti-counterfeiting radio frequency tags are placed on the corresponding positions of the products by manual or automated methods, or the tags are placed in the product packaging box.
This anti-counterfeiting method uses RFID technology, and mass-produced integrated circuit chips and tag antennas are used on the hardware. The manufacturer is easy to manufacture, has good system reliability, and has a triple anti-counterfeiting overall design that can meet the needs of similar companies on the packaging box. Expanding anti-counterfeiting needs