From those who are new to the world of RFID and rugged handheld computing, one of the most common questions I hear is “Which RFID frequency should I use: HF or UHF?” In this post, I’d like to help make this decision process a little bit easier. There are lots of different applications that use both HF (high frequency) and UHF (ultra-high frequency) RFID. And, like most options we have to choose between, each frequency has different pros and cons, so it really depends on what’s important for your specific application. Continue Reading…
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I have to say that nothing frustrates me more than when I call, say, my credit card company, only to feel like I’m transferred across continents two or three times. It’s jarring, to say the least. Not that I blame companies for doing this. I understand that for many businesses, outsourcing is the key to remaining competitive, and without doing so, some companies just wouldn’t be able to keep pace in a rapidly moving industry. However, we do things a little bit differently here at Juniper Systems. Some might even call us unorthodox. But that’s okay, because we have our own goals and our own ideas of what “excellent customer service” really means, and if it takes doing things a little bit differently than the rest of the industry to fulfill those goals and ideas, we’ll do it.
Have you ever tasted two things that just went perfectly together? I mean, they taste delicious on their own, but together, they forge some sort of new and exciting synergy that just downright tickles the tastebuds? This happened to me once. I had these extraordinarily sweet, ripe strawberries (I think they may have been a close relative of the Forbidden Fruit) and I ate them with a gourmet goat milk gouda cheese. You know, the smooth, velvety kind? And ohhh myyy… Simply stated, something amazing happened.