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tagging

Introduction of a radioactive isotope into a molecule in order to distinguish the molecule from others without that “tag.” Synonym: labeling
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The effectiveness of tagging services depends on the quality and quantity of the tagged searches that are saved.
RFID tagging of cases and pallets by Wal-Mart's next 200 suppliers by January 2006.
I like the idea of tagging fish and supporting our fisheries,'' said Hacienda Heights' Louie, who threw back a 28-inch flattie on Tuesday after tagging it, well over the Department of Fish and Game's 21-inch length limit.
Source tagging ensures that the presentation of a product is not altered as the tag can be applied onto, or integrated directly into, a product's label or packaging.
the recognized RFID framework leader, today announced OAT tag@source(TM), a complete, automated, in-line tagging solution that enables manufacturers to efficiently apply RFID tags to products within production and packaging facilities.
The OAT tag@source solution is a complete, automated RFID tagging solution that allows DFA to cost effectively apply and verify EPC tags to support expanding RFID rollouts from Wal-Mart as well as other retailers.
The new facility will apply sophisticated manufacturing processes to help produce Alien's extensive portfolio of tags optimized for a wide range of applications, including supply chain visibility, asset and baggage tracking, item level tagging, and public safety.
Alien Technology Corporation today announced a major expansion of its leading family of Gen2 UHF RFID tags, including new "World Tags" designed for uniform use around the globe, and the small form factor tags ideal for cost-effective, high-performance item level tagging.