Terahertz tagging

Fisher, Richard
October 2004
Engineer (00137758);10/22/2004, Vol. 293 Issue 7662, p11
Reports that researchers in Great Britain developed an anti-counterfeiting security tag that uses a terahertz scanner to unlock hidden information. Protection of high-value goods such as perfume or Scotch from counterfeiting; Tamper-proof opaque plastic that covers a hologram or image; Comment of David Cumming of the microsystem technology group at the University of Glasgow, Scotland.


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