Examining the material properties of your products
Determining the optimal spot for testing
Carrying out application testing
Testing with physics
Deciding how to encode and apply tags
Ensuring maximum read success
W .C. Fields’ constant search for the 25-cent cigar is second only to Linda Dillman’s search for a 5-cent RFID tag. Dillman, as the CIO of Wal-Mart, has been hounded by suppliers implementing RFID who claim that the only positive ROI comes with a 5-cent tag. Although this might be true for companies that count their product margins in fractions of pennies, many current RFID implementations demonstrate acceptable ROI using today’s tags, which range in price from 22 to 50 cents each. The trick is knowing the difference between tags and how they interact in your inventory environment so that ...