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Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) systems are becoming more and more common in several industries. This enhances the requirements of tag antennas. Especially in logistics and supply chain management, which are major applications for RFID, the operating environment is expanding all the time. The identifiable items often travel in very cold, even arctic, environments. This can happen for example in geographically cold areas or in freezers with frozen food. In addition, ice or snow can also be accrued on the tag surface. It is important that RFID tags work well in these extreme circumstances and the technology can be trusted.
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