The low-cost RFID reader is a simple data logger that allows you to determine when and how often tagged animals visit a specific location such as a feeding station, burrow, or nest. The technology is not really new, but the low-cost of the system and the potential for folks to build readers themselves, makes it possible for a wide range of researchers to use the technology. A published description of the reader can be found here. The official website is here.
What is the low-cost RFID reader
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