RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology has revolutionized the way we track and identify objects in various industries. One application of this technology is the use of RFID in wooden cards, which combines the natural beauty of wood with the advanced capabilities of RFID.
RFID wood cards are essentially wooden cards embedded with an RFID chip and antenna. The RFID chip stores and transmits data wirelessly using radio waves, allowing for seamless identification and tracking of the card. These cards are typically made from high-quality, sustainable wood materials, making them eco-friendly and aesthetically pleasing.
Natural wood has some unique natural phenomena, such as knots and grain patterns inside the wood, which are not controllable by artificial means and do not qualify as conventional defects. Conversely, if the entire batch of wood has the same color and grain pattern, it is mostly not natural wood.