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The RFID tags provide easy tracking of the animals. Injectable RFID tags are also available these days. The injectable RFID tags can be used for tracking the animals easily. These tags have the information about the age of animal, medical history and vaccinations. Any other system does not provide the facility of maintaining all the information in addition to keeping track of the animal. RFID technology has made many tasks in animal husbandry, very easy.
It`s 11 millimeter by 1 millimeter. It is an injectable product, not a surgically implanted product that goes in the upper right arm area. That`s the area that our physicians have chosen for ease of access for the scanners as well as bio-compatibility.
Sept. 4, 2003 - Japanese semiconductor giant Hitachi has unveiled a prototype of its tiny RFID µ-chip, or mu-chip, which features an antenna built onto the microchip. The new tag is so small that the company believes it can be embedded in paper and used to authenticate banknotes and valuable paper documents.
February 13 2007, Hitachi unveiled a tiny, new “powder” type RFID chip measuring 0.05 x 0.05 mm — the smallest yet — which they aim to begin marketing in 2 to 3 years.
Active systems have a much longer range than passive systems due to having an internal battery.
This Invention contemplates a system and method to manufacture an active RFID integrated circuit as a system on a chip which is powered by enzymes located in mammalian bodies.
6. The system and method of claim 1 whereby an integral part of the system on a chip integrated circuit is an anode and cathode constructed at a nano scale. This patent was filed on 04/29/2007.
The new licenses come equipped with radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags that can be read right through a wallet, pocket or purse from as far away as 30 feet. Each tag incorporates a tiny microchip encoded with a unique identification number. As the bearer approaches a border station, radio energy broadcast by a reader device is picked up by an antenna connected to the chip, causing it to emit the ID number. By the time the license holder reaches the border agent, the number has already been fed into a Homeland Security database, and the traveler’s photograph and other details are displayed on the agent’s screen.
Originally posted by nwosigns
Those are too big, even at 0.05mm it would clog the needle.
Here's the solution ... er.. problem...
Originally posted by truth/seeker
reply to post by nwosigns
The article you posted is 2 yrs. old, so we can pretty much surmize that
their technology is far more advanced then we think! Whatever they
have in store for us, sounds sinister, will be treated like cattle......imo
Forget the "fashion statement"...altho it could be required of children to attend school and then home schooling is made illegal. But what will happen is this: The reintroduction of the new and improved Flu Virus (one part 1918 variety, one part avian version and one part "mystery" genetic modification). Then when people start dropping like flies and the government (CDC) announces that they have the "cure" but (just a little formality so the computer records know who has received the vaccination so they dont repeat it if you are unconscious) you have to take the "chip" which will contain all of your personal ID and medical history. As a bonus at no charge (underwritten by the FDA) you will get GPS technology. Yes, Virgina there is a Big Brother and he will be watching. Next they will via your personal ID # tie it into the banking system (but that will wait until the introduction of a new currency and One Federal Bank to control all monetary transactions). "If you dont like it we'll turn off your chip!*"
* ergo, no buying or selling or physical movement out of your zone.