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There are many UHF high-gain directional antennas on the market. We’ve got a good…
Which antenna is needed to read up to 16 feet?
The board has adjustable power output from 0dBm to 27dBm, meaning that with the correct antenna you can read up to 16 feet (4.9m), or 1 to 2…
27 milliwatts ain’t nothin' compared to the 1500W I can run as a Amateur Radio Operator ;)
I’m guessing the antenna comments should go with the RFID reader description, not the tags (I would be surprised but oddly pleased to find a…
Seems to me you should have included a force sensor to detect who hit the antenna the hardest to serve as a “tie breaker”! ;-)
How far away could you pick up the tags with that antenna?
Well check http://inverterreview.com/bravo-view-inv-400u-400-watt-power-inverter-with-usb-charging/ as well.
That is an amazing enclosure! Very well done! Nice addition with the wave change button. Thanks for sharing!
I put this project together and made a laser cut box from mat board using a two 1/16" layer design to hide some electronics and do some…

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