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SD RFID Module for Palm OS

Sirit has announced a new line of Secure Digital (SDIO) and USB based multi-protocol 'plug and play' products, supporting a wide range of RFID applications. SiritNow's SDIO wireless RFID module is compatible with Palm OS and Windows Mobile devices.

RFID Sirit SDIO Card for Palm PDA HandheldsBy utilizing industry standard SDIO and USB interfaces and integrated readers and antennas, Sirit's Plug-n-Play RFID products are designed to be easily installed into a broad range of devices without the need for complex engineering support or technical know-how. Accordingly everyday devices including smartphones, PDAs, handhelds, point-of-sale terminals and laptop PCs can now be quickly transformed into low cost RFID readers and writers.

Utilizing patent-pending technology, the Sirit Plug-n-Play RFID product line supports a broad range of high frequency (13.56 MHz) transponders, tags, and smart labels including ISO 14443A/B, ISO 15693, ISO 18000-3, INSIDE PicoTag, HID iClass, Tagsys C320, FeliCa, and eNFC and supports a wide range of operating systems including Microsoft Windows Mobile/Pocket PC (2003 and up), Microsoft Windows (Windows 98 and above), or Palm OS (4.2 and above).

"Sirit's Plug-n-Play RFID products enable virtually any device with an SDIO or USB slot to effortlessly become a multi-protocol, high frequency (13.56 MHz) RFID reader and writer," commented Chris Leong, Vice President Strategy and Corporate Development, Sirit Inc. "While preserving existing hardware infrastructure investments and functionality, devices are instantly transformed into next-generation products such as contactless payment terminals, access control stations or ticket collection terminals."

Leong continued, "We envision implementation into many innovative applications including mobile commerce, retail store affinity programs, product authentication, healthcare and ePassports. The plug and play nature of this new Sirit product line eliminates the complexity of RFID integration thus expanding RFID beyond the engineering lab and into the mass market."

The Sirit SDIO card has an integrated multi-protocol RFID reader and antenna OEM module with Secure Digital (SDIO) interface and packaging. Sirit Plug-n-Play RFID products are now available for purchase with a myriad of software development tools and applications.

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Dead?

legodude522 @ 2/28/2006 12:36:46 PM # Q
Yup, Palm OS is dead. [rolls eyes]

Palm m125 December 25, 2002 to March 24 2004 > palmOne Zire 71 March 24, 2004 to March 31, 2005. Tapwave Zodiac 1 April 18, 2005 to November 2, 2005 > palmOne Zire 72 November 2, 2005 to present
RE: Dead?
hkklife @ 2/28/2006 3:49:27 PM # Q
Well C-Guys just (or is in the process of) died/got acquired so someone has to carry the torch for near-vaporware SDIO peripherals, right?

;-)


Is it just me or are we FINALLY seeing some encouraging signs of life from 3rd party firms after a VERY long and bland winter/fall?

Maybe a harbinger of new Treos to come this spring?



Pilot 1000-->Pilot 5000-->PalmPilot Pro-->IIIe-->Vx-->m505-->T|T-->T|T2-->T|C-->T|T3-->T|T5-->TX

RE: Dead?
here4theshow @ 3/4/2006 7:40:25 PM # Q
Vaporware, kind of 1999, eh? Someone missed a nap. C-Guys has a nice little business in Asia where RF is a bit ahead of states. I was at the Dallas show last week and saw the SDIO. Looked to me like for $110 it turns a Palm into a read / write scanner for e-commerce and few other things. Some other pretty slick app's at other companies as well.
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Joking

javispedro @ 2/28/2006 3:24:14 PM # Q
So we can now read other people' passports right from our Palms?

RE: Joking
SeldomVisitor @ 2/28/2006 3:41:17 PM # Q
Yup - or shopping bags!

RE: Joking
Hal2000 @ 2/28/2006 5:39:56 PM # Q
Can I activate/ de-activate tags?
If you write it they will come.

Zodiac2/2+2Gb/Business/A wifi SD Card stinks.
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