RF data collection systems use Radio Frequency waves that are part of the electromagnetic spectrum to communicate data between two or more points. Electrical data is captured by a transmitter from a barcode, converted into RF waves.
This data is transmitted to a receiver that converts it back to electrical data that can be understood by other hardware such as a computer.
RF technology has revolutionized information management data collection methods because of its inherent benefits— it allows for information to be transmitted instantly, in real time, without the use of hardwires and cables. It is particularly ideal for data collection over wide areas or where physical distances prohibit hard-wired systems.
Our highly qualified team brings to you the experience of designing and implementing RF based data collection systems.