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Adhesive strength which an adhesive layer of a label finally achieves to the surface of a body under defined practical conditions.
Number of correct readings in the first reading attempt, divided by the number of reading attempts.
The physicist Michael Faraday discovered that the inside of an electrical conductor has no charge. A metal container thus works like a shield, so that RFID transponders in metal containers cannot be read.
A conductor loop (antenna) is surrounded by a magnetic field. This field migrates constantly into an electromagnetic field. From a specific distance, the electromagnetic field starts to come away from the antenna and diffuses as an electromagnetic wave in the space. From this calculation - calculated as Lambda/2pi - a far field is present. Inductive coupling between the reading device and the transponder is possible up to a distance of Lambda/2pi. This range is called near field.
Flat, conducting antenna, usually made from a metal plate or film.
Name for a non-volatile rewritable storage medium.
Formerly known as aniline printing, a rotation relief printing process which uses flexible printing plates and thin, fast-drying printing inks.
In fluorescence, the light is radiated between 10 to the power of minus 7 and 70 to the power of minus ten seconds
Barcodes in all densities can be produced in filmsetting.
Frequency (f) refers to the number of events (n) in a specific time period (T), e.g. the number of oscillations in a radio signal per second. Frequency is measured in Hertz.
Accomplishment of physical supplies
Name for the position of the sheet on the printing table. 100% flatness: the sheet is lying evenly on the substrate, all points in the material surface are on one level.
Adhesive which guarantees good adhesion for a self-adhesive label on a cold substrate
Special or spot colours which are not created from a four-colour scale (CMYK) and are compiled in a colour chart such as Pantone, HKS or RAL.