RFID Antennas

RFID antennas engineered for high capacity and long range tracking in dense applications for superior accuracy and reliability

Designed For High-Capacity, Long Range RFID Tracking

Laird Connectivity’s RFID Antennas are engineered for high-capacity and long-range tracking in dense applications. Our industry renowned design methodology achieves maximum efficiency and performance across the entire RFID antenna's frequency band.

  • UHF, Low Profile, High Gain Solutions
  • Superior Accuracy and Reliability
  • Weather and UV Resistant IP67 Rated

RFID applications and requirements can vary significantly. We are here to assist you in selecting the best RFID antenna for your application, so please contact us with any questions you have.

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RFID Applications

RFID is an inexpensive solution used across many industries to monitor and track people, assets and inventory. Some of the most common uses are:

  • Asset Tracking and Theft Prevention
  • Supply Chain, Inventory, Materials Management
  • Document and File Tracking
  • Transport Item Tracking
  • Manufacturing Automation
  • Personnel Building and Room Access Keys
  • Subway and Toll Booth Passes
  • NFC Contactless Payments
RFID Applications


Case Studies

Laird Connectivity serves a wide range of industries and applications for antennas, IoT Platforms, and embedded modules. Learn how we provide successful, innovative wireless solutions to companies that need to deliver connectivity in complex environments.

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Case Studies

White Papers

Connectivity is complicated. Our collection of white papers are written by technical experts and serve as great resources to better understand the complexities surrounding wireless connectivity including Wi-Fi, LoRaWAN, Bluetooth, and Cellular.

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White Papers


Our collection of webinar recordings covers a wide range of topics presented by technical experts from Laird Connectivity. Learn about all things wireless - From industry insight to deep dive discussions on IoT gateways, Bluetooth modules, and more.

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