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The IDAutomation RFID Component is a DLL that enables easy printing of barcodes and encoding of RFID smart labels and tags at the same time from custom .NET software applications. Supports the EPC UHF GEN 2 specification for Electronic Product Code.
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IDAutomation Java Barcode Package 6.10 This barcode package contains JavaBeans, Applets, Class Libraries and Servlets for Barcoding in Java. Supports Linear and 2D barcode types including Code 128, Code 39, ITF, UPC, EAN, OneCode, DataMatrix, Maxicode and PDF417.
IDAutomation Interleaved 2 of 5 Font Advantage 4.9 Our Interleaved 2 of 5 Font Advantage Package is much more than a few barcode fonts. With this package you get 24 different ITF font versions (including 6 sizes and bearer bar fonts) in 6 different font formats for Windows, Macintosh and Linux.
Description: The IDAutomation RFID Component is a DLL that enables easy printing of barcodes and encoding of RFID smart labels and tags to RFID enabled printers at the same time from custom .NET software applications. Supports the EPC UHF GEN 2 specification for Electronic Product Code.
IDAutomation RFID Label Software 2009 Advanced WYSIWYG RFID barcode label design printing software that supports Linear, GS1-DataBar, Composite and 2D barcodes including PDF417, DataMatrix, Aztec and QR-Code. Adds the
RFID tags become hacker target Low-cost RFID tags--many which are smaller than a nickel and cost less too--are already being added to packaging by retailers to keep track of inventory but could be abused by hackers and tech-savvy shoplifters, said Lukas Grunwald, a senior consultant ..