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The technology has been widely deployed over the past decade, but recent advances in form, size and read/write memory are moving RFID into a host of new embedded systems, like the Zellweger application, where system components and even 'consumable' materials can communicate and interact with host machines," said Dave Slinger, vice president, Texas Instruments.
Users of the chip in the retail and supply chain environment can make full use of the 256 bits of read/write memory to store additional information onto the chip if required.