Motorola RFID Antenna

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Motorola RFID Antennas
Motorola's family of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Antennas offers the versatility and performance required to meet diverse environmental and application needs; including customer facing areas, warehouses and outdoors. When used in...
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Motorola AN 200
The Motorola AN 200 provides the convenience of a versatile antenna that can be utilized throughout your enterprise, from the warehouse floor and production line to outside the dock door. Able to withstand extreme heat and cold as well as moisture...
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Motorola AN 480
The Motorola AN 480 single port antenna offers maximum performance and flexibility. The low axial ratio is nearly 50 percent lower than typical competitive devices, delivering a more uniform gain and better performance. The wide frequency range...
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Motorola AN600 Series
Motorola introduces the AN600 Series. These RFID antennas are designed to be all purpose.
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Motorola AN610
The Motorola all purpose AN610.
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Motorola AN620
When your application calls for a "picture-frame" aesthetic antenna deployment, look to one of the newest ultra-low profile members of the Zebra family - the AN620 slim line antenna. The AN620 features a simple, integrated mounting system that lets...
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Motorola AN710
AN710 is extremely compact, offering the aesthetics required for the most discreet installation in the most space constrained areas — for example, under the point of sale (POS) counter. The integrated mounting bracket enables easy...
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Motorola AN720
The rugged AN720 is designed to withstand exposure to rain, snow and extreme temperatures. It is ideal for the receiving dock doors or outdoor shopping areas.