Tips for RFID Smart Label Printing/Encoding

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Zebra Technologies introduced the first integrated, on-demand RFID smart label printer/encoder in 2001, and since then we have worked with hundreds of customers around the world who use different RFID protocols, frequencies, inlay designs and standards. This experience has taught us several best practices that can be applied to any smart label printing operation. Following the tips described in this white paper can help you get more from your smart label printing system by improving reliability, minimizing operator intervention, reducing wasted labels, preventing encoding and printing errors, and yielding more usable labels per media roll. These best practices are effective for all types of smart labels, including those that conform to the new EPCglobal Class 1 Generation 2 (Gen 2) standard.

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