Hi masters, nice to cyber with you:
I've developed an small application for Psion Workabout family in the past.
This application was based on 96 bits UHF tags. Working easy to read and decode some information that I previously codified in the TAG using a RFID printer. The application worked properly.
Now, several months later, I would need to adapt my application or even, create a new one, for 240 bits UHF tags.
My question is: Can I use the same software tools: The ADK, API, and so on... ? Maybe only changing some parameters during Reading process is enough ?
... or, converselly, the change would be deeper: Need to change the Firmware of the HandHeld RFID UHF?
The second question is: Can I use the WorkAbout Handheld UHF RFID ? or this device is not a good option to work with 240 bits?
Because of it's and small application right now, I'm thinking on the simplest and the cheapest handheld.
Would you be so kind to give me your advice? It would be very appreciated.
Thanks in advance for your help and cooperation.
The UHF options support the 240 bits of EPC bank memory.
The length returned by the UHF tag depends of the tag configuration itself.
Please refer to the follow post to change the EPC length.
The InventoryTag will return the tag with 240 bits. The read/write parameters have to be modify to take care of the length modification.
Please note, the FW version recommended is 2.4.0
I will check this suggestion deeper within a few weeks.
Will come back to you if I find any problem