RFID readers are electronic devices that use radio waves to communicate with RFID tags. RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology has been used for many years to identify and track objects, animals, and people. RFID readers are designed to read the information stored on the RFID tag, which typically includes a unique identifier and other data relevant to the specific application.
RFID readers can be either handheld or stationary, depending on the specific application. Handheld RFID readers are often used for inventory management and asset tracking, as they allow users to scan RFID tags on the go. Stationary RFID readers, on the other hand, are often used for access control systems and security applications, as they can be placed at entrances and exits to monitor the movement of people and objects.