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RFID For Libraries: A practical guide

We all know RFID is harmless, right? My answer is that if you are concerned about EMF electomagnetic radiation exposure , then library RFID tags should be the least of your worries. Worked with library to re-envision interlibrary sorting and delivery operations. I've suggested many times that somewhere along the way, we are going to need to find a way to test the encoding of our RFID tags.

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