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High Tech AIDCourier Archive
The first issue of the AIDCourier was
published May 15, 2002. This page provides a link to the current
and back issues of the newsletter. There is a search engine
below if you need to find specific items.
newsletter covers the months news on AIDC technologies like
RFID, Barcode, Biometrics, and ID technologies. There are
also sections on how these technologies are being used in
various industries. there is also a section on RFID
Standards. The goal of the newsletter is to provide a
summary of the news on the technologies with particular
focus on RFID. Suggestions for change are always accepted.
There are many other newsletters that cover RFID and barcode
news in particular, but we believe this newsletter gives the
best summary of events that have happened in the past 30
If you want to search for something - see the search engine
2008 Issues (available in PDF format
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format. If you do not have Acrobat, you can download a free
To download a copy of the newsletter
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select "save target as" and then save to your local drive.
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