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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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Carnaval de Mexico Implements Item-Level RFID Tagging 86
us also offer downloadable toolbar buttons for tagging sites at the click of a mouse, and allow users to comment on items and rate their quality.
But despite such shortcomings, many say tagging is much easier than the current system of organizing and retrieving files from a computer.
We are working with our top 100 suppliers to begin tagging cases and pallets beginning in January 2005.
This is the first time we're using Radio Frequency Identification tags for an actual deployment and the first time we're actually tagging every piece of equipment moving out," said Jacang.
Macario and Santa Monica Halibut Derby founder John Bourget began the tagging process to get a gauge on the fishery for the Bay and its tournament.
Xterprise developed and manages the complete lifecycle of RFID-enabled supply chain solutions for iGPS, from source tagging to network wide inventory management.
The strategic agreement, which includes worldwide store installation of NDRF (New Digital Radio Frequency) technology and source tagging, will help METRO Cash & Carry to minimize shrinkage and reduce operational costs by using only one supplier, Checkpoint Systems, and implement source tagging, with the ultimate aim of improving their customers' shopping experience.
The Small Rigid Tag and Large Rigid Tag are part of Intermec's full suite of RFID tags and inlays, which includes more than 50 EPC Gen 2-compliant products and a variety of ISO 18000-6B products for uses that range from compliance tagging to lifetime item identification in challenging environments.