Rssi moisture relationship?

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    Martinez
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    I would like to ask, im getting a value of RSSI rather than moisture values in percentage. Im using a thingmagic astra reader and a purchased rfm2100 wireless flexible moisture sensor tags. Please help me out

     

    Also does anyone have the data sheet for 2100?

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    Martinez
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    Martinez
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    Greg Pitner
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    The moisture reading won’t be in percentage form. The idea is to look for changes in the Sensor Code available from the tag and then inferring moisture from those changes. If you’re not reading the Sensor Code it’s probably because the reader isn’t looking in the right memory location, which is the Reserved Bank, word 0xB for the 2100 sensor.

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    #1259

    Martinez
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    Do you have any documentation of

    It being used in thing magic reader and

    Java as programming language?

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    Greg Pitner
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    ThingMagic readers can be used with our sensors. There is sample C# code using the ThingMagic API in Application Note AN002, “Reading Magnus-S Sensors”. It’s available on the website:

    http://community.rfmicron.com/application-notes/

    The ThingMagic API supports Java as well as C#, and the relevant API calls have almost the same syntax.

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