Continuous readings remain an achilles heel for RFID tags

Over the past three years, there has been an increasing number of companies developing radio frequency identification (RFID) sensor solutions to specifically monitor the fresh food supply chain. These temperature-controlled supply chains (often referred to as "cold chains") require specific tempe...

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