What is UHF Card?

UHF is an acronym for "Ultra high frequency" cards This card is frequency of 860-960 MHz and have the ability to be read at long ranges (up to 20+ feet away). Excellent credential for tracking important, high value assets, streamline your warehouse storage facilities and even help manage ski slope usage by tracking patrons and which slopes are being utilized most. Out of the box technology offers none encrypted features however you have the ability to load your own custom keys to encrypt and offer greater layers of security on top your cards and tags. UHF can be integrated with other technologies within your badge like low frequency 125kHz proximity cards and high frequency 13.56 MHz contactless smart cards.

How to Use of RFID Card ?

UHF Card design in very attractive look and aving a grate performance, UHF Card is applicable in GYM Solution, Attendance Management Solution, School Management System and many more. The UHF also strengthens the security and the safety of your premises, whether it is an office or a shop.

Long-range reading of RFID ID cards using UHF technology

Most ID cards which are used for access control are embedded with HF (high-frequency) RFID chips operating at 13.56 MHz. This technology requires the card to be held within roughly 1″ of the reader, and offers enhanced security by, among other things, eliminating the possibility of inadvertently reading a card belonging to another person standing a few feet away. However, there are times when long-range reading is required. For example, to read the badge of an employee as he enters/exits a secure area, without requiring “tapping”, requires the use of UHF (ultra-high-frequency) RFID, operating at 900 Mhz. At this frequency, antennas can be configured to read from several feet or even yards distance. This is, for example, the technology used in many highway systems reading a tag in your car’s windshield

InstantCard clients use this technology in various ways to register when someone enters or leaves a given area. Depending on the way the readers are implemented, they can be used to provide tracking data, or to actually activate doors/gates.