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Topic # 31510 20-Mar-2009 11:42
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Has anyone come across a solution to track the likes of a VMC or Telecom 'Air card'...
...when it's not connected?
Essentially it would apply to any PCMCIA card for that matter.
Is RFID really my only option? It's a bit unreliable with the devices (being mainly constructed of metal and generating quite a lot of interference)...without putting some sort of giant swing tag on them.
Any help?




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  Reply # 202464 21-Mar-2009 02:03
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jeffois: Has anyone come across a solution to track the likes of a VMC or Telecom 'Air card'...
...when it's not connected?
Essentially it would apply to any PCMCIA card for that matter.
Is RFID really my only option? It's a bit unreliable with the devices (being mainly constructed of metal and generating quite a lot of interference)...without putting some sort of giant swing tag on them.
Any help?


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