What is a transponder in RFID?

An RFID transponder is a special kind of radio transmitter and reciever. It is activated when it receives a signal of a specific kind. RFID transponders are present in smart cards and Radio Frequency Identification tags.
A.

Can you use a transponder in another car?

Yes, you may transfer a transponder between vehicles as long as they are of the same vehicle class. There are penalties for using a transponder in a different vehicle class (i.e. Car transponder in a tractor- trailer.) Please be sure that all vehicles using the transponder are listed on your EZ Pass account.
  • Where do I put my fastrak?

    Special Windshields.
    1. Choose where to mount the toll tag inside your windshield. See the illustration.
    2. Clean the glass on the inside of your windshield for the placement area.
    3. Remove the plastic tape from the Velcro mounting strips on the toll tag.
    4. Position and firmly press the toll tag against the glass.
  • Where is the transponder number on my sunpass?

    Finding your SunPass transponder number is easy. Just look for your SunPass transponder model below, and find that number on your transponder. Be sure to only enter the first 12 digits without dashes when logging into your account.
  • How much is a Sunpass transponder?

    Replacement cost is the same as the initial cost, $19.99 plus tax for the SunPass Portable Transponder; $4.99 plus tax for the SunPass Mini Sticker Transponder.
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How does a transponder work?

This device is placed on the inside of the car's windshield behind the rearview mirror. A transponder is a battery-operated, radio frequency identification (RFID) unit that transmits radio signals. These antennas emit radio frequencies that communicate with the transponder.
  • What is the use of transponder in satellite?

    A wireless communications device usually attached to a satellite. A transponder receives and transmits radio signals at a prescribed frequency range. After receiving the signal a transponder will at the same time broadcast the signal at a different frequency.
  • How does a transponder work?

    This device is placed on the inside of the car's windshield behind the rearview mirror. A transponder is a battery-operated, radio frequency identification (RFID) unit that transmits radio signals. These antennas emit radio frequencies that communicate with the transponder.
  • What is the difference between uplink and downlink?

    The communication going from a satellite to ground is called downlink, and when it is going from ground to a satellite it is called uplink. When an uplink is being received by the spacecraft at the same time a downlink is being received by Earth, the communication is called two-way.
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What is the difference between uplink and downlink?

The communication going from a satellite to ground is called downlink, and when it is going from ground to a satellite it is called uplink. When an uplink is being received by the spacecraft at the same time a downlink is being received by Earth, the communication is called two-way.
  • What is downlink in networking?

    Downlink is a telecommunication term pertaining to data which is sent out or downwards from a higher level or portion of a network. Traditionally, it refers to a satellite communications process where data is sent from a satellite down to an earthbound terminal or device, hence the word "down."
  • What is a downlink port?

    An uplink port generally means a port used that connects toward the core of the network. A downlink port generally mean the converse. In this particular usage, the switch's downlink ports are dual speed copper ports. The uplink ports are gig and copper/fiber capable.
  • What is a node on a network?

    (1) In networks, a processing location. A node can be a computer or some other device, such as a printer. Every node has a unique network address, sometimes called a Data Link Control (DLC) address or Media Access Control (MAC) address. (2) In tree structures, a point where two or more lines meet.

Updated: 3rd October 2019

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