HP targets high-capacity data storage with passive RFID chip

Bush, Steve
July 2006
Electronics Weekly;7/26/2006, Issue 2251, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports that the details of Memory Spot, a high-speed high-capacity passive read/write RFID chip which includes an on-die antenna, has been released by Hewlett Packard's Bristol lab. To transfer a large amount of data, a 10Mbit/s transfer protocol and 2.45GHz hardware to support it has been developed.


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