Repeatable print passenger ticket utilizing radio-frequency technique

A technology of repeated printing and radio frequency technology, applied in the field of RFID radio frequency identification, can solve the problems of high operating cost of the equipment cost system and unreadable UHF RFID tags

Inactive Publication Date: 2013-08-14
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[0002] RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) is a radio frequency identification technology. Since the electromagnetic waves of UHF (400MHz~2.4GHz) RFID tags are easily absorbed by water and attenuated, in actual use, they are often affected by liquid containers or rich in water. Substances (such as water-containing items, human body, animal body, etc.) are blocked, resulting in the situation that UHF RFID tags cannot be read
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The invention provides a repeatable print passenger ticket utilizing the radio-frequency technique, which can be used for repeatable print passenger ticket. The adopted material is a double-component forming heating vulcanization silicone rubber, is colorless or skin color oily liquid which is turned into a soft elastic material after vulcanization, and can be used for manufacturing soft silicone rubber products such as human body, shoe-pad, shoulder pad and non-slip mat. The repeatable print passenger ticket provided by the invention has a simple structure, is easy to manufacture, low in cost, the radio-frequency technique can be reused, and has a relatively wider scope of application.

Application Domain

Record carriers used with machines

Technology Topic

EngineeringMechanical engineering +4


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[0007] Implementation mode:
[0008] 15% vulcanized silicone rubber component is 30%.
[0009] Specific curing to 15 has the best effect.


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