How can you tell if one of your cards has a radio frequency identification (RFID) chip? Cards that likely utilize RFID technology include credit cards, transit cards, and driver’s licenses. Find out how Identity Stronghold wallets can help keep this personal information safe from e-pickpocketing by reading this infographic.
They say that being chipped will be much more convenient for us. That may be so - but it also means that they will also know everything about us. What we buy to eat, what books we buy to read, what clothes we buy and what size we are, what medicines we take, what illnesses we have. NOTHING will be private any more. They refers to the Government or the NWO - New World Order - or the OWG - One World Government.
This infographic explains the various types of tag within The Electromagnetic Spectrum which has various frequencies from the far left of the scale ‘Very Low Frequency’ all the way through to the far right of the scale ‘Extremely High frequency’, there are a total of 8 frequencies used on the Radio Wave Band. from these 8, RFID uses 3 of them. Low Frequency LF, High Frequency HF, Ultra High Frequency UHF