|Minimum Order Quantity||10 numbers|
|Product Type||RFID protective film|
|Type Of System||Standard|
|Packaging Size||100 Meters Roll|
|Installation Type||Hand Held|
People have been concerned about RFID chips for many years now, and not just in credit cards. All US passports issued after 2006 have RFID chips that track your photo and information. Metro cards have RFID chips for quick swiping, and dogs are implanted with RFID chips for tracking.
RFID chips work by using radio waves to communicate. The object, such as a credit card, contains an RFID tag with information, and an RFID reader uses radio waves to read the information off that tag.
The key is that RFID chips have tiny electromagnetic fields, which is what makes it possible to read one without having to “initiate” communications. The RFID reader just needs to be close enough to get within the field.
As RFID radio transmission technology is becoming increasingly widespread, new risks such as theft of electronic data, identity theft and payment fraud arise.
Passports, credit cards, debit cards, identity cards, key cards, car keys and access control cards in companies are equipped with radio chips (RFID/NFC chips) more and more frequently.
Unauthorized third parties can read out the data stored on them with the aid of an RFID reader from a distance. This process may occur without direct physical contact and may pass unnoticed.
RFID PROTECTIVE FILM safeguards from data theft and payment fraud by creating an RFID Protective area around the RFID chip by blocking the electromagnetic energy necessary to power and communicate with contactless smart cards, passports, enhanced drivers licenses (EDLs), TWIC, PIV, CAC and transit cards. This is essential to total security because although most contactless smart card systems implement industry-standard security mechanisms, readers can be modified to access information without authorization.
The RFID protecting material protects from unauthorized access to the data encoded on RFID/NFC chips.
The general shielding of electromagnetic radio signals is tested in the most frequent RFID frequencies with the aid of appropriate measurement equipment such as frequency generators, spectrum analyzers, network analyzers and specially produced antennas, with respect to parameters such as gain and loss in reflection and transmission:-