Ferroelectric random access memory A form of non-volatile memory that uses a ferroelectric layer as capacitors to store data. Offers some of the advantages of both RAM and ROM-fast access, indefinite rewritability and low power consumption.
 radio frequency identification (RFID)
A wireless ID recognition system. Also known as wireless tags or smart tags. Comprised of an antenna and a chip with wireless features. Used in a variety of applications, and embedded in a variety of different plastic forms, such as cards and seals.
 30 times
30 times greater capacity compared to RFID tags embedded with 64-byte EEPROM.
An international standard for non-contact smart tags. Also known as vicinity tags, these can operate at a range of 10 to 70 cm.
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Date: 27 February, 2003
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