JP4774273B2 - RFID label and RFID label attaching method - Google Patents

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JP4774273B2
JP4774273B2 JP2005315821A JP2005315821A JP4774273B2 JP 4774273 B2 JP4774273 B2 JP 4774273B2 JP 2005315821 A JP2005315821 A JP 2005315821A JP 2005315821 A JP2005315821 A JP 2005315821A JP 4774273 B2 JP4774273 B2 JP 4774273B2
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  The present invention relates to an RFID label having an RFID for reading and writing data from and to an IC chip using electromagnetic waves, and an RFID label attaching method.

  In recent years, RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology capable of reading and writing IC chips wirelessly has been actively developed.

RFID (inlet) consisting of a thin film with an IC chip and antenna built into it is processed into a label (seal), plastic card, or tag, and is attached to the object you want to manage or suspended .
The IC chip that forms the main part of the RFID is connected to a coiled antenna. When this antenna is exposed to electromagnetic waves from a reader / writer, a current is generated, and the IC chip is driven using this current from the reader / writer. It receives incoming data and transmits information stored in its own memory wirelessly.
The IC chip has a built-in memory, and this memory usually has a system area that cannot be rewritten and a user data area that can be rewritten. Some of them do not have a rewritable area.
Since the information in the system area is unchanged, it cannot be counterfeited or copied, and is excellent in security. RFID uses various frequencies such as a long wave of several hundred kilohertz, a short wave of several tens of megahertz, a UHF wave of several hundred megahertz, and a microwave of several gigahertz, and varies slightly from country to country. Depending on the frequency, the characteristics of communication distance, directivity, communication speed, noise, and radio interference differ, and it is necessary to select according to the purpose of use and the surrounding environment.
An RFID label obtained by processing this RFID as a label having an adhesive is known (for example, see Patent Document 1).

Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 11-134460

By the way, when the object to be applied and its contents contain metal or moisture, if it is applied to the object to be applied in a plane, the electromagnetic wave is absorbed by the metal or water, particularly in UHF band RFID, although it varies depending on the frequency. For this reason, if there is metal or water near the reader or RFID, the information on the RFID may not be read or written.
The present invention relates to an RFID label and an RFID label that can be attached to an RFID label obtained by processing an RFID so that communication is not disabled due to the influence of the material and contents (metal, moisture, etc.) of a container or the like that is the object to be attached. The purpose is to provide a sticking method.

The RFID label according to the present invention includes an RFID chip in which an IC chip for storing data and an antenna for transmitting and receiving the data in a non-contact manner using electromagnetic waves are formed on a circuit board, and an adhesive is applied to the back surface. A label base having a sticking part to be stuck to an object and the RFID, and a protruding part that protrudes in a direction away from the sticking object and a protruding holding part that holds the protruding state of the protruding part. Features.
Further, the protruding portion has an RFID holding portion for holding RFID and a bonding portion adjacent to the RFID holding portion, and is formed by bonding the adhesives of the RFID holding portion and the bonding portion facing each other. It is characterized by being.
Further, a bent portion is formed at each of the boundary between the protruding portion and the pasting portion of the label base material and the boundary between the RFID holding portion and the pasting portion.
Moreover, release paper which covers the adhesive of the said label base material was provided, and the cut along the bending part formed in the boundary of the said protrusion part and a sticking part was formed in the width direction whole region of the said release paper, It is characterized by the above-mentioned.
In addition, the protrusion holding part is configured to bend a part of the sticking part in a direction away from the object to be sticked, and to bend the part of the protruding part toward the bent sticking part, and to stick the bent sticking part. It is characterized in that it is formed by bonding a bent protrusion to the agent.
In addition, the sticking part includes a first sticking part and a second sticking part located at both ends of the label base material, and the protruding part is located between the first sticking part and the second sticking part. Is formed.
An RFID label attaching method according to the present invention includes an RFID chip in which an IC chip for storing data and an antenna for transmitting and receiving the data in a non-contact manner using electromagnetic waves are formed on a circuit board, and an adhesive is applied to the back surface. An RFID label affixing method comprising an affixing part to be affixed to a pasting object, an RFID holding part for holding RFID, and a label substrate having a laminating part adjacent to the RFID holding part, wherein the RFID holding part and A protruding portion forming step of forming the protruding portion by bending the adhesives of the bonding portion facing each other and bonding, and bending a part of the bonding portion and facing the bent portion of the bonding portion. A protruding holding part forming step of bending a part of the protruding part and bonding a part of the protruding part to a part of the adhesive of the sticking part to form a protruding holding part; and Sticking method of an RFID label detection section is characterized by having a, a sticking step of sticking to the pasting target the sticking portion so as to protrude in a direction away from the object to be adhered.

Protruding parts that project the RFID in a direction away from the object to be attached are provided, so that the RFID can receive electromagnetic waves without being affected by the material and contents of the object to be attached to the RFID label, and the information on the RFID can be reliably received. Can write and read. In addition, since the protrusion holding part that holds the protruding state of the protrusion part is provided, the protrusion part that is the label base material contains moisture, so that the rigidity is weakened, or it can easily fall down even when an external force such as wind acts. In addition, stable writing and reading of information to the RFID can be performed.
Moreover, the strength of the protruding portion can be further increased by forming the protruding portion by bonding the adhesives of the RFID holding portion and the bonding portion to face each other, and the disconnection of the RFID antenna can be prevented. Can do.
Further, since the bent portion is formed on the label base material, the portion to be bent is easily understood, and the label base material can be easily bent without deviation and the protruding portion can be easily formed.
In addition, by forming a cut in the release paper that covers the adhesive of the label base material, it is possible to expose only the adhesive in the lower layer of the RFID holding part and the laminating part that constitutes the protruding part. The RFID label in a state in which the protruding portion is formed can be stored.
Further, the protruding holding part is bent in a direction in which a part of the sticking part is separated from the object to be attached, and a part of the protruding part is bent toward the bent sticking part side, and is bent to the adhesive of the bent sticking part. By forming the protruding portions by bonding, the strength of the protruding holding portion can be increased.
Moreover, it can stick to a sticking target object more firmly by comprising a sticking part from a 1st sticking part and a 2nd sticking part.

The best mode for carrying out the invention will be described below with reference to the drawings.

FIG. 1 shows one unit of an RFID label according to an embodiment of the present invention. The RFID label 1 includes a strip-shaped label substrate 2 made of a single or composite material such as paper, plastic film, synthetic paper, and nonwoven fabric. The adhesive 3 applied to the back surface of the label substrate 2, the RFID 4 having an antenna and an IC chip, and the release paper 5 coated with a release agent such as silicone on the surface.

The label base material 2 is located at both ends in the longitudinal direction and is attached to a sticking object, and includes a sticking part 6 including a first sticking part 6a and a second sticking part 6b, and the first and second sticking parts 6a, An RFID holding unit 7 that holds the RFID 4 and a bonding unit 8 that is adjacent to the RFID holding unit 7 are located at a position sandwiched between 6 b. The RFID holding part 7 and the bonding part 8 form a protrusion 30 (see FIG. 3) described later. The pasting unit 6 adjacent to the RFID holding unit 7 is referred to as a first pasting unit 6a, and the pasting unit 6 adjacent to the pasting unit 8 is referred to as a second pasting unit 6b.
Further, characters, symbols, barcodes, etc. (not shown) can be printed on the second pasting portion 6b. For example, predetermined information is printed by a printer, and thermal coloring is formed on the upper layer of the label substrate 2 for this printing. Layers may be applied. In addition, you may print predetermined information on the 1st sticking part 6a or the sticking part 8. FIG.

The boundary between the first attaching part 6a and the RFID holding part 7 (the boundary between the protruding part 30 and the first attaching part 6a), the boundary between the RFID holding part 7 and the attaching part 8, the attaching part 8 and the second attaching part A perforation 10 as a protruding bent portion (folded portion) in the width direction orthogonal to the longitudinal direction of the label base material 2 is provided at the boundary of the applying portion 6b (the boundary between the protruding portion 30 and the second attaching portion 6b). , 11 and 12 are provided. A protrusion 30 to be described later is formed by bending along the perforations 10, 11, and 12.

A perforation 11 at the boundary between the RFID holding unit 7 and the bonding unit 8 is formed over the entire width direction of the label base 2. Further, the perforations 10 and 12 at the boundary between the first attaching part 6a and the RFID holding part 7 and the boundary between the attaching part 8 and the second attaching part 6b, that is, the boundary between the protruding part 30 and the attaching part 6 described later are In addition, slits (cuts) 14 and 15 are formed on the extended lines that are formed longer than the length of the RFID 4 in the width direction and are connected to the perforations 10 and 12. Note that the perforations 10 and 12 may be formed over the entire width direction of the label base 2 without forming the slits 14 and 15.

Further, a perforation 13 is formed as a projecting holding bent portion from the boundary between the perforation 12 and the slit 15 toward the end of the first sticking portion 6 a in the longitudinal direction of the label base 2. A protrusion holding portion 31 (see FIG. 3) described later is formed by bending along the perforation 13.

In the illustrated example, the adhesive 3 is also applied to the back surface of the RFID 4, but the adhesive 3 on the back surface of the RFID 4 can be omitted.

  The RFID 4 includes an antenna 20 and an IC chip 21 and communicates in a non-contact manner so that information can be written to and read from the IC chip 21.

The release paper 5 includes a slit 16 formed across the entire width direction of the release paper 5 along the perforation 10 and the slit 14 of the label substrate 2, and a width direction of the release paper 5 along the perforation 12 and the slit 15. A slit 17 formed over the entire area is provided.
Further, a detection mark 18 is provided on the back surface of the release paper 5, and the detection mark 18 can be detected by a sensor of a printer (not shown) so that printing can be performed at an appropriate position on the label substrate 2.

  The RFID label 1 is a roll in which a plurality of RFID labels 1 are temporarily attached to a long strip of release paper 5 as shown in FIG. 2 for continuous printing by a printer (not shown). Used as label 25. After being loaded on a supply shaft of a printer (not shown) in the state of the roll-shaped label 25, printing on the label substrate 2 and writing of information on the RFID 4 are performed, the RFID label 1 is cut as a unit by a printer cutter or the like. The

In the RFID label 1 configured as described above, a protruding portion and a protruding holding portion are formed on the RFID label 1 before being attached to an object to be applied. A method of forming the protruding portion and the protruding holding portion is illustrated in FIG. Explained originally.
FIG. 3A is a schematic perspective view showing a state in which a part of the release paper 5 of one unit of the RFID label 1 is peeled off, and FIG. 3B shows a state in which the protruding portion 30 of the RFID label 1 is formed. FIG. 3C is a schematic perspective view, FIG. 3C is a schematic perspective view showing a state in which one end side of the first sticking portion 6a is bent, and FIG. 3D is a drawing holding portion 31 in which one end of the protruding portion 30 is bent. It is a schematic perspective view which shows the state which formed.

  First, as shown in FIG. 3A, only a part of the release paper 5 located at the center of one unit of the RFID label 1 on which printing on the label substrate 2 and writing of information on the RFID 4 are performed by a printer or the like. To peel off. It can be easily peeled along the slits 16 and 17 formed in the release paper 5.

  Next, as shown in FIG. 3 (b), the perforation 11 of the label substrate 2 is folded in a mountain, the perforations 10, 12 are folded in a valley, and the adhesives 3 of the RFID holding unit 7 and the bonding unit 8 are bonded together. The protrusions 30 are formed by sticking them face to face (protrusion part forming step). The projecting portion 30 projects in a direction away from the pasting object 35 in a state where the projecting part 30 is pasted to the pasting object 35 described later. At this time, if predetermined information is printed on the bonding portion 8 constituting the protruding portion 30, the information can be made conspicuous.

Next, as shown in FIG.3 (c), one end of the 1st sticking part 6a is bent by a valley fold in the direction (arrow A direction) which protrudes along the perforation 13, and is made to protrude. In a state where one end of the first sticking portion 6a is bent, the direction of the first sticking portion 6a (arrow B) where one end of the protruding portion 30 is bent along the perforation 13 as shown in FIG. Direction), one end of the protruding portion 30 bent by the adhesive 3 of the first sticking portion 6a that is bent and protruded by a valley fold is bonded to form a protruding holding portion 31 (a protruding holding portion forming step).

A sticking method for sticking the RFID label 1 formed as described above to the sticking object 35 will be described with reference to FIGS.
FIG. 4 is a perspective view showing a state in which the RFID label 1 is attached to the packing box 36 containing contents containing metal and moisture, and FIG. 5 is a perspective view showing a state in which the RFID label 1 is attached to the blood pack 37. FIG.
In FIG. 4, the packing box 36 as the object to be pasted 35 is packed with contents containing metal and moisture such as canned or canned juice, and the release paper 5 of the RFID label 1 described above with reference to FIG. Is removed, and the first adhesive portion 6a and the second adhesive portion 6b are attached with the adhesive 3. At this time, as shown in FIG. 4, the protruding portion 30 including the RFID 4 protrudes perpendicularly to the direction away from the packaging box 36, and the protruding holding portion 31 holds the protruding state of the protruding portion 30 (sticking step). In the example shown in FIG. 4, the RFID label 1 is affixed to the upper surface of the packaging box 36, but may be affixed to the side surface of the packaging box 36 as long as the protrusion 30 is affixed away from the object to be adhered.

  FIG. 5 shows another example, which is affixed to a blood pack 37 as a paste object 35 in which blood containing a large amount of water is enclosed. In particular, blood is collected, the date of collection, the name of the provider, the blood There is an advantage of using the RFID label 1 because additional information such as storage history is required in addition to information determined at the time of collection such as the type, health condition, and medical history. Since the blood pack 37 is blood containing a large amount of water, electromagnetic waves are absorbed by the blood pack 37 simply by attaching the RFID label 1 in a plane without being folded, and the RFID 4 and the reader / writer Communication may not be possible. For this reason, the release paper 5 of the RFID label 1 described above with reference to FIG. 3D is removed, and the first sticking part 6a and the second sticking part 6b so that the protruding part 30 protrudes in the direction away from the blood pack 37. The adhesive 3 is applied to the blood pack 37 (attachment step).

As described above, according to the present embodiment, since the protruding portion 30 including the RFID 4 protrudes in a direction away from the object to be applied 35 (packaging box 36, blood pack 37), it is attached. The RFID 4 can reliably receive an electromagnetic wave without being affected by the material and contents, and communication between the RFID 4 and the reader / writer becomes possible.
Moreover, since the protrusion 30 is always held in a state of being protruded by the protrusion holding part 31, the protrusion 30 includes moisture, so that the rigidity becomes weak or the protrusion 30 falls down even when an external force such as wind acts. Therefore, stable communication between the RFID 4 and the reader / writer becomes possible.
Further, the perforations 10, 11, and 12 as the protruding bent portions of the label base material 2 make it easy to understand the place where the label base material 2 is bent, and can be bonded together without shifting.
Further, since the release paper 5 can be partially removed by the slits 16 and 17 formed in the release paper 5, only the adhesive 3 of the RFID holding unit 7 and the bonding unit 8 is exposed, and the protruding part 30 is easily formed. can do.
Further, since the protrusion 30 is reinforced by overlapping the RFID holding portion 7 and the bonding portion 8 in an overlapping manner, the antenna 2 of the RFID 4 has an effect that it is difficult to disconnect.

In addition, since the RFID 4 is expensive, it is desired to be reused, and a method for taking out the RFID 4 from the RFID label 1 attached to the sticking object 35 in order to reuse the RFID 4 will be described with reference to FIG.
FIG. 6A is a schematic perspective view showing a process of cutting the protruding portion 30 including the RFID 4 from the RFID label 1 attached to the packaging box 36 shown in FIG. 4, and FIG. It is a schematic perspective view which shows the state which cut off the protrusion part 30 containing RFID4 from the RFID label 1 stuck on FIG.

  As shown in FIG. 6 (a), the projecting portion 30 is picked, the projecting portion 30 is tilted toward the second sticking portion 6b, cut along the perforation 13, and the projecting portion 30 as shown in FIG. 6 (b). While pulling, pull in the direction of arrow C and cut along perforations 10 and 12 (separation step). The separated projecting portion 30 includes the RFID 4, and the RFID 4 can be reused by taking out the RFID 4 from the projecting portion 30. As a configuration for taking out the RFID 4 from the protruding portion 30, for example, a publicly known configuration is adopted, for example, the adhesive of the RFID holding unit 7 and the bonding unit 8 is made an adhesive having a weak adhesive force, or the adhesive is partially formed. This is possible. If the taken-out RFID 4 is labeled again, it can be reused as the RFID label 1.

As the shape of the RFID label 1 in the above-described embodiment, the first sticking portion 6a and the second sticking portion 6b are provided at both ends of the protruding portion 30, but the protruding portion 30 is formed at the end of the RFID label. It can also be set as the shape which consists of one sticking part adjacent to this protrusion part.
For example, FIG. 7 is a schematic perspective view of an RFID label 40 according to a second embodiment for carrying out the present invention. FIG. 7A shows a part of the release paper 5 of the RFID label 40 of one unit. 7B is a schematic perspective view showing a state in which the protruding portion 30 of the RFID label 40 is formed, and FIG. 7C is a state in which one end side of the sticking portion 42 is bent. FIG. 7D is a schematic perspective view showing a state in which one end of the protruding portion 30 is bent to form the protruding holding portion 31. The same components as those described above are denoted by the same reference numerals and description thereof is omitted.

The laminated structure of the RFID label 40 is similar to the above-described FIG. 1B, the label base 2, the adhesive 3 applied to the back surface of the label base 2, the RFID 4 having an antenna and an IC chip, and the surface. The release paper 5 is coated with a release agent such as silicone.

The label substrate 2 has a pasting part 42 to be pasted on the pasting object 35, a pasting part 8 adjacent to the pasting part 42, and an RFID holding part 7 that is adjacent to the pasting part 8 and holds the RFID 4. ing. Characters, symbols, barcodes, etc. (not shown) can be printed on the affixing portion 6. For example, predetermined information is printed by a printer, and a thermosensitive coloring layer is applied to the upper layer of the label substrate 2 for this printing. good. Note that predetermined information may be printed on the bonding unit 8.

  The width perpendicular to the longitudinal direction of the label substrate at the boundary between the pasting part 42 and the pasting part 8 (the border between the projecting part 30 and the pasting part 42) and the border between the pasting part 8 and the RFID holding part 7 Perforations 43 and 44 are provided as protruding bent portions in the direction. The protrusion 30 is formed by bending along the perforations 43 and 44.

The perforation 44 at the boundary between the RFID holding unit 7 and the bonding unit 8 is formed over the entire width direction of the label substrate 2, and the perforation 43 at the boundary between the bonding unit 6 and the bonding unit 8 is the width of the RFID 4. A slit (incision) 45 is provided on an extension line that is longer than the length in the direction and connected to the perforation 43. In addition, a slit 46 having the same length is provided in the attaching portion 6 in parallel with the slit 45.

A perforation 13 is formed as a projecting holding bent portion from the end of the slit 46 to the end of the RFID holding unit 7. The protruding holding portion 31 is formed by bending along the perforation 13.

  The release paper 5 is provided with slits 47 that are formed across the entire width direction of the release paper 5 along the perforations 43 and the slits 45 of the label substrate 2. A detection mark 18 is provided on the back surface of the release paper 5. The detection mark 18 can be detected by a sensor of a printer (not shown) and can be printed at an appropriate position on the label substrate 2.

As described above, the RFID label 40 is used as the roll-shaped label 25 wound around a roll for continuous printing by a printer (not shown). After being loaded on the supply shaft of a printer (not shown) in the state of the roll-shaped label 25, printing on the label substrate 2 and writing of information on the RFID 4 are performed, the RFID label 40 is cut as a unit by a printer cutter or the like. The

In the RFID label 40 configured as described above, the release paper 5 is removed from the slit 47 of the release paper 5 as shown in FIG. 7A to expose the adhesive 3 of the laminating unit 8 and the RFID holding unit 7. .
Next, as shown in FIG. 7B, the perforation 44 of the label substrate 2 is folded in a mountain, the perforation 43 is folded in a valley, and the adhesives 3 of the RFID holding unit 7 and the bonding unit 8 face each other. The protrusion 30 is formed by bonding together (protrusion formation process). The projecting portion 30 projects in a direction away from the pasting object 35 in a state of being pasted on the pasting object 35. At this time, if predetermined information is printed on the bonding portion 8 constituting the protruding portion 30, the information can be made conspicuous.

Next, as shown in FIG.7 (c), a part of sticking part 42 is bent by a valley fold in the direction (arrow A direction) which protrudes along the slits 45 and 46 and the perforation 13, and is made to protrude. In a state where a part of the affixing part 6 is folded, as shown in FIG. 7 (d), it is valley-folded in the direction (arrow B direction) of the affixing part 6 where one end of the protruding part 30 is bent along the perforation 13. One end of the protruding part 30 bent by the adhesive 3 of the sticking part 42 that is bent and protruded is bonded to form a protruding holding part 31 (protruding holding part forming step).

  Similarly, the RFID label 40 formed as described above causes the protruding portion 30 including the RFID 4 to protrude in a direction away from the pasting target object 35 such as the packing box 36 or the blood pack 37 containing the contents containing metal or moisture. By pasting (pasting step), communication between the RFID 4 and the reader / writer becomes possible.

In the present embodiment, the detection mark 18 for printing on the surface of the label base material 2 is provided on the release paper 5. However, if the position of the RFID label can be detected, the detection mark 18 is not necessary and is limited to this. It is not a thing. Moreover, it is not necessary to print on the surface of the label base material 2.
Note that the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments, and it is obvious that the embodiments can be appropriately changed within the scope of the technical idea of the present invention. In addition, the number, position, shape, and the like of the constituent members are not limited to the above-described embodiment, and can be set to a suitable number, position, shape, and the like in practicing the present invention.

The top view which shows one unit of the RFID label which concerns on embodiment of this invention, and its sectional drawing. FIG. 2 is a perspective view showing a roll-shaped label in which a plurality of RFID labels of one unit in FIG. The schematic perspective view which shows the process in which the protrusion part and protrusion holding | maintenance part of an RFID label are formed. The perspective view which shows the state which affixed the RFID label on the packaging box containing the content containing a metal and a water | moisture content. The perspective view which shows the state which stuck the RFID label on the blood pack. The schematic perspective view which showed the process in which a protrusion part is cut out from the RFID label affixed on the packaging box shown in FIG. The schematic perspective view of the RFID label 40 by 2nd embodiment.

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1 RFID label 2 Label substrate 3 Adhesive 4 RFID
5 Release paper 6 Affixing part 6a 1st affixing part 6b 2nd affixing part 7 RFID holding part 8 Affixing part 10, 11, 12 Perforation (projection bending part)
13 perforations (protruding holding bent part)
14, 15, 16, 17 Slit
18 Detection mark 20 Antenna 21 IC chip 25 Roll-shaped label 30 Protruding part 31 Protruding holding part 35 Sticking object 36 Packing box 37 Blood pack 40 RFID label 42 Sticking part 43, 44 Perforation (protruding bent part)
44, 45, 47 Slit

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  1.   An RFID chip in which an IC chip for storing data and an antenna for transmitting and receiving the data in a non-contact manner using electromagnetic waves are formed on a circuit board, an adhesive part applied to the back surface, and an application part for attaching to an object to be applied; An RFID label comprising: a label holding a RFID and having a protruding portion protruding in a direction away from the object to be pasted and a protruding holding portion holding the protruding state of the protruding portion.
  2. The protruding portion has an RFID holding portion for holding RFID and a bonding portion adjacent to the RFID holding portion, and is formed by bonding the adhesives of the RFID holding portion and the bonding portion facing each other. The RFID label according to claim 1, wherein:
  3. The RFID label according to claim 2, wherein a bent portion is formed at each of a boundary between the protruding portion and the pasting portion of the label base material and a boundary between the RFID holding portion and the pasting portion.
  4. The release paper which covers the adhesive of the said label base material was provided, and the incision along the bending part formed in the boundary of the said protrusion part and a sticking part was formed in the width direction whole region of the said release paper. RFID label.
  5.   The protruding holding part is bent in a direction away from the object to be applied and a part of the protruding part is bent toward the bent application part side, and the adhesive of the applied application part is bent. The RFID label according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein the RFID label is formed by bonding bent projections.
  6. The sticking part includes a first sticking part and a second sticking part located at both ends of the label base material, and the protruding part is formed at a position sandwiched between the first sticking part and the second sticking part. The RFID label according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein the RFID label is formed.
  7. An RFID in which an IC chip for storing data and an antenna for transmitting and receiving the data in a non-contact manner using electromagnetic waves are formed on a circuit board, an adhesive part applied to an adhesive on the back surface, and an adhesive part for attaching to an object to be applied An RFID label having a RFID holding part and a label substrate having a bonding part adjacent to the RFID holding part,
    A protruding portion forming step of forming the protruding portion by bonding the adhesives of the RFID holding portion and the bonding portion facing each other, bending and bonding,
    Bending a part of the sticking part, bending a part of the protruding part toward the part of the bent sticking part, and bonding a part of the protruding part to the adhesive part of the sticking part A protrusion holding portion forming step of forming the protrusion holding portion;
    A sticking step of sticking the sticking part to the sticking object so that the protruding part protrudes in a direction away from the sticking object;
    A method for attaching an RFID label, comprising:
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