HF and UHF are acronyms for the different frequenies that RFID uses. HF is High Frequency, which is 13.56MHz. HF RFID is usually used for shorter range applications, and applications that require more information to be stored on the RFID tag. UHF stands for Ultra High Frequency, which is between 860-960MHz. UHF has much greater range than HF, and very fast inventory, but not as much storage capacity or security features.
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