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Fixed RFID Readers
The typical and most frequent installation of UHF RFID technology is the so-called portal or gate. It consists of a fixed reader (interrogator) placed around an area of entrance/exit from a stockhouse or a manufacturing plant.
Fixed readers are sometimes used outdoors for vehicles or people identification, at the entrance of parking lots or any other entry point in buildings and boundaries of enterprise premises. Sports events are also using UHF RFID on check points to verify timings and performances in amateur and professional races.
Other applications include RFID tunnels used for the identification of tags inside boxes in manufacturing processes and on-vehicle installations (forklifts, trucks) for asset management and inventory.