Oregon RFID is presenting a PIT tag class and antenna workshop for customers and new users. It is a full day event with an explanation of PIT tag technology, how to setup a monitoring site and how to design and construct antennas. The presentations are suitable for beginners as well as experienced users.
Portland, Oregon March 19, 2020, 9:00 am
$50 Including lunch and evening social
Payment accepted on day of class
Contact email@example.com to register
Time is available for a limited number of 10 minute user presentations of their PIT tag projects.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a slot.
The class will be held at McMennamin’s Kennedy School, a unique Portland hotel, restaurant, brewery and conference center.
Make reservations through the hotel’s web site and mention the Oregon RFID PIT Tag Class to access these rooms. We suggest you reserve early be able to stay at the venue. A block of rooms has been set aside for attendees. Mention that you are attending the Oregon RFID class.
Contact us if you are interested in attending or hosting a class.
These subjects are discussed
- RFID for Fish and Wildlife Tracking
- PIT tags
- FDX and HDX technologies
- Antenna types
- Data collection
- Review of notable systems
- Building a PIT Tag Monitoring Station
- Reader types, capabilities
- Selecting a location
- Field power sources
- Antenna construction
- Resonance tuning
- Troubleshooting and maintenance
- Dealing with noise
- Performance optimization