UHF (Ultra High Frequency) RFID typically operates in the frequency range of 860-960 MHz. In automatic barrier gates, UHF RFID is used to enable fast and efficient access control for vehicles.

The system typically consists of an RFID reader, mounted near the barrier gate, and an RFID tag, attached to the vehicle. When a vehicle approaches the gate, the UHF RFID reader sends out a radio signal that is picked up by the UHF RFID tag. The tag then responds with a unique identifier, which is transmitted back to the reader.

The UHF RFID reader then verifies the tag’s authenticity and, if it is authorized, sends a signal to the barrier gate to open. This allows the vehicle to pass through the gate without the need for manual intervention.


The use of UHF RFID technology in automatic barrier gates offers several advantages over other access control systems. These include fast and efficient processing of multiple vehicles at once, accurate identification of authorized vehicles, and the ability to operate over a long range, allowing for non-intrusive access control. Additionally, UHF RFID technology is highly reliable and durable, making it ideal for use in outdoor environments where it may be exposed to harsh weather conditions or other hazards.

Increased efficiency: Long Range RFID technology can quickly and accurately identify vehicles as they approach the barrier gate, without requiring the driver to stop and present a card or other form of identification. This speeds up the entry and exit process, reducing wait times and increasing overall efficiency. In fact, our RFID technology can detect a long range of distance compared with other technologies.

Improved security: Long Range RFID technology can be integrated with access control systems to ensure that only authorized vehicles are able to enter or exit a secure area. The system can be configured to recognize specific RFID tags or to check against a database of authorized vehicles, and can deny access to any vehicles that do not meet the criteria.

Cost-effective: Long Range RFID technology is a cost-effective solution for barrier gate control, particularly when compared to manual methods of checking and authorizing vehicles. The system requires minimal maintenance and can operate 24/7 without the need for human intervention.

Reduced risk of human error: Long Range RFID technology eliminates the risk of human error in the identification and authorization process, ensuring that only authorized vehicles are able to enter or exit a secure area.

Greater convenience: Long Range RFID technology provides greater convenience for drivers, as they do not need to stop and present a card or other form of identification to enter or exit a secure area. This can improve the overall experience for drivers and reduce frustration and congestion at the barrier gate.


However, it come with some disadvantages like:

Cost: While Long Range RFID readers can offer a longer detection range compared to other forms of identification, the cost of RFID tags may be an ongoing expense especially for a large vehicle.

Tinted Film : Tinted film on window glass can affect the detection range of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology. RFID relies on radio waves to transmit and receive data between the RFID reader and the RFID tag.

Cloned Card : Cloned cards can potentially affect the effectiveness of RFID security systems. Some unauthorized person is able to obtain a copy of the RFID tag or card, they could potentially use it to gain access to a secure area or system.

How would this impact the maintenance fees income if all tenants clone access cards outside instead of buying cards from your condo JMB? How can your condominium ensure security when they can’t even control the access card? Filtering all the bad people out effectively at guard houses is important to minimize security threats in your building.


Introducing MAG Anti Clone Card UHF RFID Reader and UHF RFID Tags
AR300U Xclone is an Ultra High Frequency (UHF) long range reader typically installed at the outdoor entrance with an access controller to restrict unauthorized access. It reads an anti-clone encrypted UHF card or sticker to trigger the barrier gate open earlier so that the car can pass through without stopping.

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MAG proprietary Xclone technology featuring Dual Security Protection uses Anti-Clone and Seek Card function to ensure DOUBLE safety against unauthorized card duplication while still maintaining up to 10m long-range at an affordable price. You can be sure that the risk is under control if only the management is authorized to issue a valid access card.

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