Rfid definition

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Radio frequency identification.
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A system consisting of a tag with an embedded electronic chip that emits a radio signal, and a scanning device for reading that signal: used for identification, tracking merchandise, assessing fees, etc.
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RFID stands for Radio-frequency Identification Device and is a data storage tag that can be attached to an item for tracking.

An example of RFID are the tags included on all U.S. passports to store the passport information.

An example of RFID is the information stored on credit cards instead of on magnetic stripes.

An example of RFID is the tag in a tollbooth payment pass that allows customers to pay a toll without stopping as they drive through a specific payment lane.

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Noun

Singular:
rfid
Plural:
rfids