I don't yet know if the Walmart systems are 900 MHz, 433.92 MHz or ???. There
are a number of RFID systems, and most are on 900 MHz.
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> Subject: [RFI] Re: Air Force (& WalMart?) RFI in Florida
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> That said, one wonders if operating 440 in WalMart might set off
> the inventory alarm systems? Depending on how well their systems
> are made might FRS/GMRS units get into them, and perhaps
> even harmonics from a MURS or 2m HT in close proximity to an
> unidentified wireless inventory security system receiver?
> An annoying 2m kerchunker operating from inside a WalMart might
> find himself causing an even more annoying bleep, bleep, bleep!
> inventory alarm in response!
> Giggle ... doc
> Jim Rhodes wrote:
> > These are also coming soon to a Wal-Mart near you. They are
> asking their
> > suppliers to include them in shelf packs to do inventory
> control at the
> > store level.
> > Re: [TowerTalk] Air Force RFI in Florida
> >> > See: http://www.arrl.org/news/stories/2004/04/15/103/
> >> Yup! That is the system.
> >> I hope there aren't a lot of hams operating digital in those areas.
> >> Roger Halstead (K8RI, EN73 & ARRL Life Member)
> >> N833R, World's Oldest Debonair (S# CD-2)
> >> www.rogerhalstead.com
> Thanks! & 73, doc kd4e
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