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RFID reader with 2 antennas

RFID reader with 2 antennas

RFID reader with 2 antennas

Hi everyone,

I need to make an RFID solution with 2 antennas,
Is there a reader in the market that can do this job,

Thanks in advance,

RE: RFID reader with 2 antennas

The RFID modules, both in 125 kHz and 13.56 MHz versions, are only a few dollars each. Including their attached or built-in antennas.

It'd be much easier (almost trivial) to use two such modules, and integrate their outputs via a micro-controller.

In other words, "parallel" the modules, not the antennas (where "parallel" is an oversimplification).

RE: RFID reader with 2 antennas

I'm sorry if the question is not very clear,
Is there an RFID reader Chip that can operate with 2 antennas,

Do you know suppliers that can help me develop such modules but with specified dimensions?

Thanks in advance,

RE: RFID reader with 2 antennas

Developing modules with specific dimensions is essentially a PCB design exercise.

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