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November 23rd, 2005
Josh Wolfe: Have you seen a thick sticker with tiny, internal wires stuck on the bottom of a box of razor cartridges or on the plastic packaging of a new DVD? Perhaps you pay highway tolls with E-ZPass? If so, you've used RFID technology.
Nanotech can help improve tag reliability. Nanosys is trying to develop a technology to print both chips and antennas at the same time, eliminating the need to connect them in a separate process.
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