JP4815211B2 - RFID label and RFID label attaching method - Google Patents

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JP4815211B2
JP4815211B2 JP2005370479A JP2005370479A JP4815211B2 JP 4815211 B2 JP4815211 B2 JP 4815211B2 JP 2005370479 A JP2005370479 A JP 2005370479A JP 2005370479 A JP2005370479 A JP 2005370479A JP 4815211 B2 JP4815211 B2 JP 4815211B2
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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 depending on the 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 RFID label is pasted on the object to be pasted or its contents contain metal or moisture, if the RFID label is affixed to the object to be pasted, electromagnetic waves particularly in the UHF band RFID, although depending on the frequency. May be absorbed by metal or water, and RFID information may not be read or written.
The present invention provides an RFID label and a method for attaching the RFID label that can be attached so that communication is not disabled due to the influence of the material and contents (metal, moisture, etc.) of the container or the like that is the object to be attached. The purpose is to do.

An RFID label according to the present invention is an RFID label that attaches an RFID formed on a circuit board to an object to be pasted, an IC chip that stores data and an antenna that transmits and receives the data in a contactless manner using electromagnetic waves. And an adhesive applied to the back surface, and a sticking part for sticking to the sticking object, an RFID holding part for holding the RFID, and a three-dimensional protruding part protruding in a direction away from the sticking part. The affixing part is a first perforation formed in the width direction of the RFID label, and a second perforation formed in the longitudinal direction of the RFID label and intersecting the first perforation. Formed by perforations of the
RFID label characterized by.
In addition, the three-dimensional shape of the protruding portion can be a polygonal column or a cylindrical shape.
In addition, the protrusion can hold a plurality of RFIDs.
In addition, an IC chip for storing data and an antenna for transmitting and receiving the data in a contactless manner using electromagnetic waves have an RFID holding portion for holding an RFID formed on a circuit board, and an adhesive is applied to the back surface, A method of attaching an RFID label to an object, wherein the RFID holding portion is bent or bent to form a three-dimensional protrusion, and the protrusion is attached. It has the sticking process of sticking so that it may protrude in the direction away from a target object, It is characterized by the above-mentioned.


Since a protrusion is provided that protrudes in a direction away from the affixing part to be affixed to the affixed object, the RFID can receive electromagnetic waves without being affected by the material or contents of the affixed object, and the information on the RFID can be reliably received. Can write and read. Further, the three-dimensional shape enables RFID reading by a reader / writer from the four sides of the protruding portion, and the reading range can be widened. In addition, by forming the projecting portion into a polygonal column or a cylindrical shape, even when an external force such as wind acts on the projecting portion, information can be stably written to and read from the RFID without falling down easily.
In addition, more information can be stored by providing a plurality of RFIDs for the protruding portion.
Further, a three-dimensional protrusion can be formed by bending or bending a flat RFID label, and by sticking the protrusion so as to protrude in a direction away from the object to be applied, The RFID can receive electromagnetic waves without being affected by the material and contents, and information can be written to and read from the RFID with certainty.

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

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

  The label base 2 includes an RFID holding unit 6 that mainly holds the RFID 4, a bonding unit 7, and a bonding unit 8. The RFID holding unit 6 includes a first RFID holding unit 51, a second RFID holding unit 52, a third RFID holding unit 53, and a fourth RFID holding unit 54 which are adjacent in order from the longitudinal direction of the RFID label 1. The perforations 9, 10 and 11 as protruding bent portions are formed in the width direction of the RFID label 1 at the respective boundaries. Further, a bonding portion 7 is provided at a position adjacent to the fourth RFID holding portion 54, and a perforation 12 as a protruding and bending portion is formed at the boundary. A protrusion 30 described later is formed by bending the RFID holding part 6 into a mountain fold along these perforations 9, 10, 11, 12 (protruding and bending parts).

The affixing part 8 is adjacent to the RFID label 1 in the width direction of the RFID holding part 6, and a perforation 13 as an affixed bending part is formed at the boundary in the longitudinal direction of the RFID label 1 (a direction perpendicular to the protruding bent part). ing. The attaching part 8 is divided into the perforations 9, 10, 11 and 12, and the first attaching part 55 and the second attaching part adjacent to the first to fourth RFID holding parts through the perforation 13, respectively. The sticking part 56, the third sticking part 57, and the fourth sticking part 58 are provided.
Further, a cutout portion 14 adjacent to the fourth sticking portion 58 is provided via the perforation 12.

  The RFID 4 has an IC chip 21 for storing information and a coiled antenna 20 connected to the IC chip 21, and enables non-contact communication with a reader / writer (not shown) to write / read information to / from the IC chip 21. Yes. The antenna 20 is formed of copper or aluminum etched or conductive ink.

  The release paper 5 includes a slit 22 along the perforation 13 from the point where the perforation 12 and the perforation 13 of the label substrate 2 cross to the first sticking portion 51 side in the longitudinal direction of the RFID label 1, and the RFID label 1. A slit 23 is provided along the perforation 12 in the width direction (see FIG. 3A). Further, a detection mark 24 is provided on the back surface of the release paper 5, and this detection mark 24 is illustrated. By detecting with a sensor of the printer that does not, 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. The roll label 25 is loaded on a supply shaft of a printer (not shown), printed on the label substrate 2 and written on the RFID 4, and cut into one unit of the RFID label 1 by a cutter.

  In the RFID label 1 configured as described above, the label base 2 of the flat RFID label 1 is folded before being attached to the object to be bonded, and a three-dimensional protrusion is formed. Based on 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 is a view of the RFID label 1 bent along the perforations 9 and 13. FIG. 3C is a schematic perspective view showing a state in which the label substrate 2 is bent along the perforations 9, 10, 11 and 13, and FIG. It is a schematic perspective view which shows the state which affixed the bonding part 7 on the RFID holding part 51, and formed the protrusion part.

  First, as shown in FIG. 3A, along the slits 22 and 23 of the release paper 5 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. A part of the release paper 5 is peeled off. Further, the cut portion 14 is cut along the perforations 12 and 13 of the label substrate 2.

Next, as shown in FIG. 3 (b), the label base material 2 and the release paper 5 are folded into a valley fold (the sticking portion is the label base material side) along the perforation 13 as the sticking folding portion (the sticking portion folding). Process). Further, the perforation 9 at the boundary between the first sticking portion 55 and the second sticking portion 56 is cut off, and the label base material 2 is folded in a mountain shape (release paper side) along the perforation 9 on the RFID holding portion 6 side. Bend it. Further, the release paper 5 positioned at the end of the first RFID holding unit 51 is folded in a mountain fold along the end of the label base 2.

As shown in FIG. 3 (c), the label substrate 2 and the release paper 5 are folded in a mountain fold along the perforations 10 and 11, and similarly, the label base along the perforation 12 as shown in FIG. 3 (d). The material 2 and the release paper 5 are folded in a mountain fold, and the adhesive 3 of the bonding portion 7 is pasted on the surface of the first RFID holding portion 51 to form a three-dimensional quadrangular prism-shaped protrusion 30 (protrusion). Part forming step). By the above operation, the projecting portion 30 having a quadrangular prism shape projecting in a direction away from the attaching portion 8 is formed.

A sticking method for sticking the RFID label 1 formed with the protrusion 30 as described above to a sticking object will be described with reference to FIGS. 4 and 5.
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.
FIG. 4 shows a packaging box 36 as an example of an object to be pasted. The packaging box 36 is packed with contents containing metal and moisture such as canned food and canned juice, and protrudes from the packaging box 36. It sticks with the adhesive 3 of the sticking part 8 so that the part 30 may protrude in the direction to separate (sticking process).
In the example shown in FIG. 4, the RFID label 1 is affixed to the upper surface of the packaging box 36, but if the affixing portion 30 is affixed so as to project away from the packaging box 36, good.

  FIG. 5 shows another pasting example, which is pasted on a blood pack 37 in which blood containing a large amount of water is sealed as a subject to be pasted. In particular, blood is collected, the date of collection, the name of the provider, the blood type, and the like. In addition to the information determined at the time of collection such as the health condition and medical history, additional information such as a storage history is required, so there is an advantage of using the RFID label 1. Since the blood pack 37 is blood containing a large amount of water and iron, the electromagnetic wave is absorbed simply by attaching the RFID label 1 in a plane without bending it, and communication between the RFID 4 and the reader / writer is prevented. There are cases where it is not possible. For this reason, it sticks to the blood pack 37 with the adhesive 3 of the sticking part 8 so that the protrusion part 30 may protrude in the direction away from the blood pack 37 (sticking process).

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 (packaging box 36, blood pack 37), the material of the object to be applied The RFID 4 can reliably receive the electromagnetic wave without being affected by the contents, and the RFID 4 and the reader / writer can communicate with each other.
Further, since the perforations 9, 10, 11, and 12 as the projecting and folding parts are bent into mountain folds to form the quadrangular prism-shaped projecting parts 30, the RFID 4 can be read by the reader / writer from four directions, and the reading range is widened. be able to.
Further, since the bonding portion 7 is attached to the surface of the first RFID holding portion 51 to form the quadrangular prism-shaped protruding portion 30, the strength of the protruding portion 30 can be increased, and the protruding portion 30 contains moisture. Thus, even if an external force such as wind is applied, the protrusion 30 does not fall down even when an external force such as wind acts, and the RFID 4 and the reader / writer can be stably communicated.
Moreover, since the perforations 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 are formed on the label base material 2, the bending work for forming the sticking portion 8 and the protruding portion 30 is easy.
Further, before the protrusion 30 is formed, the flat RFID label 1 can be formed as a roll-shaped label 25, and continuous printing and writing to the RFID 4 can be performed by a printer.

The RFID label 1 in the above-described embodiment is provided with one RFID 4 in the lower layer of the label base material 2 and the label base material 2 and the RFID 4 are bent to form a quadrangular prism-shaped protrusion 30. It is good also as a protrusion part which has. For example, FIG. 6 is a plan view of an RFID label 40 according to a second embodiment for carrying out the present invention, and the RFID label 40 has four RFIDs 4. The same components as those described above are denoted by the same reference numerals and description thereof is omitted.
The RFID label 40 includes a first RFID holding unit 51, a second RFID holding unit 52, a third RFID holding unit 53, a fourth RFID holding unit 54, and a bonding unit that are adjacent in order from the longitudinal direction of the RFID label 40. 7, and each of the RFID holders includes a first RFID 71, a second RFID 72, a third RFID 73, and a fourth RFID 74.

  The RFID label 40 is folded at the pasting portion bending process described above, and a quadrangular prism shaped projecting portion 41 (not shown) is formed by the projecting portion forming step (see FIG. 3). Since the RFID 4 is provided in each of the first RFID holding part 51 to the fourth RFID holding part 54 in this way, it is not necessary to bend the antenna 20 of the RFID 4 when forming the protruding part 41. Formation becomes easy and generation | occurrence | production of the disconnection of the antenna 20 can be prevented. In addition, the same information can be written in each of the first RFID 71, the second RFID 72, the third RFID 73, and the fourth RFID 74, or different information can be written.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 7, the label base material 2 of each of the first RFID holding unit 51, the second RFID holding unit 52, the third RFID holding unit 53, and the fourth RFID holding unit 54 of the RFID label 40. It is also possible to print on the surface. The information to be printed is preferably, for example, character information that can be recognized visually, or a barcode or two-dimensional code that is used when the RFID 4 is broken and cannot be read. In this way, the printing information is printed on the surfaces of the first RFID holding part 51 to the fourth RFID holding part 54, and the RFID label 40 is folded on the RFID label 40 by the sticking part bending process in the same manner as described above. Then, a quadrangular prism-shaped protruding portion 41 (not shown) protruding in a direction away from the sticking portion 8 is formed by the protruding portion forming step (see FIG. 3). By sticking this quadrangular prism-shaped protruding portion 41 so as to protrude in a direction away from the object to be applied (sticking step), the character information can be visually confirmed from the four sides of the protruding portion 41 and the barcode reading device can Reading is possible. The RFID label 40 of the RFID label 40 may be one or a plurality other than four. In addition, the above-described information can also be printed on the sticking portion 8.

FIG. 8 is a plan view of an RFID label 60 according to a third embodiment for carrying out the present invention. The RFID label 60 has three RFID holders 6 and has a triangular prism-shaped protrusion 61 as a three-dimensional shape. It is characterized by forming. FIG. 8A is a plan view of the RFID label 60 according to the third embodiment, and FIG. 8B is a perspective view of the RFID label 60 in which the sticking portion 8 is bent and the protruding portion 61 is formed. Show. In addition, the same code | symbol is attached | subjected about the structure same as the structure mentioned above, and the figure and description are abbreviate | omitted.

As shown in FIG. 8A, the RFID label 60 is applied to the strip-shaped label substrate 2 made of a single or composite material such as paper, plastic film, synthetic paper, and nonwoven fabric, and the back surface of the label substrate 2. It has an adhesive 3, an RFID 4 having an antenna and an IC chip, and a release paper 5 having a surface coated with a release agent such as silicone.

The label base 2 includes an RFID holding unit 6 that mainly holds the RFID 4, a bonding unit 7, and a bonding unit 8. The RFID holding unit 6 includes a first RFID holding unit 51, a second RFID holding unit 52, and a third RFID holding unit 53 that are adjacent in order from the longitudinal direction of the RFID label 1, and a protruding bent portion at each boundary. The perforations 9 and 10 are formed in the width direction of the RFID label 60. Further, a bonding portion 7 is provided at a position adjacent to the third RFID holding portion 53, and a perforation 12 as a protruding bent portion is further formed at the boundary. By projecting the label base material 2 into a mountain fold (release paper side) along the perforations 9, 10, and 12 as the projecting and folding parts, a projecting part 61 described later is formed.

The sticking part 8 is adjacent to the RFID holding part 6 in the width direction of the RFID label 60, and a perforation 13 as a sticking and bending part is formed in the longitudinal direction of the RFID label 1 at the boundary. The attaching unit 8 is divided into the perforations 9, 10, and 12, and the first attaching unit 55 adjacent to each of the first RFID holding unit 51 to the third RFID holding unit 53 through the perforation 13. And a second pasting portion 56 and a third pasting portion 57. Note that, at the position adjacent to the width direction of the RFID label 60 of the bonding portion 7, a cutout portion 14 that is cut from the perforations 12 and 13 is provided.

  The RFID 4 has an IC chip 21 for storing information and a coiled antenna 20 connected to the IC chip 21, and enables non-contact communication with a reader / writer (not shown) to write / read information to / from the IC chip 21. Yes. The antenna 20 is formed of copper or aluminum etched or conductive ink.

  The release paper 5 includes a slit 22 along the perforation 13 from the point where the perforation 12 and the perforation 13 of the label substrate 2 cross to the first sticking portion 51 side in the longitudinal direction of the RFID label 60, and the RFID label 1. A slit 23 is provided along the perforation 12 in the width direction. Further, a detection mark 24 is provided on the back surface of the release paper 5, and the detection mark 24 is detected by a sensor of the printer so that printing can be performed at an appropriate position on the label substrate 2.

  The RFID label 60 is used as a roll-shaped label 25 wound on a roll in a state where a plurality of RFID labels 1 are temporarily attached to a long strip-shaped release paper 5 for continuous printing by a printer (not shown). 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 60 is cut as a unit by a printer cutter or the like. The

In the RFID label 60 configured as described above, the RFID label 60 is bent by the sticking part bending process in the same manner as described above, and separated from the sticking part 8 by the protruding part forming process as shown in FIG. A projecting portion 61 having a triangular prism shape projecting in the direction to be formed is formed. The triangular prism-shaped projecting portion 61 is pasted so as to project in a direction away from the object to be pasted (pasting step).
The RFID label 60 of the RFID label 60 may be one or plural.

FIG. 9 is a plan view of the RFID label 80 according to the fourth embodiment for carrying out the present invention, and is characterized in that the three-dimensional shape of the protruding portion 81 of the RFID label 80 is a cylindrical shape. FIG. 10A is a plan view of the RFID label 80 according to the fourth embodiment, and FIG. 10B is a perspective view of the RFID label 80 in which the protruding portion 81 and the pasting portion 8 are formed. In addition, the same code | symbol is attached | subjected about the structure same as the structure mentioned above, and description is abbreviate | omitted.

The RFID label 80 includes a strip-shaped label base material 2 made of a single or composite material such as paper, plastic film, synthetic paper, and nonwoven fabric, an adhesive 3 applied to the back surface of the label base material 2, an antenna, and an IC chip. And a release paper 5 having a surface coated with a release agent such as silicone.

The label substrate 2 mainly includes an RFID holding unit 86 that holds the RFID 4, a bonding unit 87, and a bonding unit 88. The RFID holding portion 86 is formed as a protrusion 81 described later by holding and bending the RFID 4. The bonding portion 7 is a region where the adhesive 3 of the label substrate 2 is exposed by removing a part of the release paper 5 from slits 22 and 23 (described later) formed on the release paper 5 (see FIG. 10A). Thus, by sticking on the surface of the RFID holding portion 86, a cylindrical projection 81 described later is formed.

The sticking part 88 is adjacent to the RFID holding part 86 in the width direction of the RFID label 80, and a perforation 13 as a sticking and bending part is formed in the longitudinal direction of the label substrate 2 at the boundary. A perforation 90 is provided from the perforation 13 in a direction orthogonal to the direction of the attaching portion 8, and a cutout portion 89 is provided at a position adjacent to the attaching portion 88 via the perforation 90. In addition, the pasting portion 88 and the cutout portion 89 include a plurality of sticking portions 88 and a plurality of cutout portions 89, and the sticking portions 88 and the cutout portions 89 are alternately positioned.
The release paper 5 is provided with a slit 22 along the perforation 13 of the label base 2 and a slit 23 in a direction orthogonal to the end of the slit 22.

In the RFID label 80 configured as described above, the label base material 2 of the flat RFID label 1 is curved before being attached to an object to be bonded, so that the cylindrical protrusion 81 is formed. This will be described with reference to FIG.
As shown in FIG. 10 (a), a part of the release paper 5 is removed from the slits 22 and 23 of the release paper 5 to expose the adhesive 3 of the laminating portion 87, the pasting portion 88, and the cutting portion 89, and the cutting portion Cut out 89. Next, the sticking portion 88 is folded into a valley fold along the perforation 13 (sticking portion bending step).
Further, as shown in FIG. 10B, the RFID holding portion 86 is curved with the release paper 5 inside, and the adhesive 3 of the laminating portion 87 is stuck on the surface of the RFID holding portion 86, so that the cylindrical protruding portion 81 is formed (projecting part forming step).

In the RFID label 80 configured as described above, the protruding portion 81 is formed as a columnar shape protruding in a direction away from the attaching portion 88 as shown in FIG. It sticks so that this cylindrical protrusion part 61 may protrude in the direction spaced apart from a sticking target object (sticking process).
The RFID label 60 of the RFID label 60 may be one or plural.

According to the RFID labels 60 and 80 according to the third and fourth embodiments described above, the protrusions 61 and 81 including the RFID 4 are protruded in a direction away from the object to be pasted (packing box 36 and blood pack 37). Since it is affixed, the RFID 4 can reliably receive the electromagnetic wave without being affected by the material and contents of the object to be affixed, and communication between the RFID 4 and the reader / writer becomes possible.
Further, since the RFID 4 is held in the protrusions 61 and 81, the RFID 4 can be read by the reader / writer in a wide range, and the reading range can be widened.
In addition, since the protrusions 61 and 81 are formed by attaching the bonding part 7 to the surface of the RFID holding part 8, the protrusions 61 and 81 are less rigid due to moisture, and an external force such as wind acts. Even if the protrusions 61 and 81 do not fall down, stable communication between the RFID 4 and the reader / writer becomes possible.
In addition, by bending the RFID label 80 to form the cylindrical protrusion 81, it is not necessary to bend the antenna 20 of the RFID 4, and disconnection of the antenna 20 can be prevented.
In the present embodiment, the three-dimensional shape of the protruding portion is a polygonal column or a cylindrical shape, but may be another three-dimensional shape such as a polygonal pyramid or a cone as long as it protrudes from the sticking portion.
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 sticking 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 top view of the RFID label by 2nd embodiment. The top view which shows the example printed on the RFID holding | maintenance part 8 of the RFID label by 2nd embodiment. The top view and perspective view of the RFID label by 3rd embodiment. The top view of the RFID label by 4th embodiment. The schematic perspective view which shows the process of forming the protrusion part and sticking part of the RFID label by 4th embodiment.

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1 RFID label 2 Label substrate 3 Adhesive 4 RFID
5 Release paper 6 RFID holding part 7 Laminating part 8 Adhering part 9, 10, 11, 13 Perforation (protruding bent part)
12 Perforation (Attachment and bending part)
14 Cutout part 20 Antenna 21 IC chip 22, 23 Slit 24 Detection mark 25 Roll label 30 Protruding part 36 Packing box 37 Blood pack 40 RFID label (second embodiment)
41 Protrusion (second embodiment)
51 1st RFID holding part 52 2nd RFID holding part 53 3rd RFID holding part 54 4th RFID holding part 55 1st sticking part 56 2nd sticking part 57 3rd sticking part 58 4th Affixing section 60 RFID label (third embodiment)
61 Protrusion (third embodiment)
71 First RFID
72 Second RFID
73 Third RFID
74 Fourth RFID
80 RFID label (fourth embodiment)
81 Protrusion (fourth embodiment)
86 RFID holding part 87 Laminating part 88 Pasting part 89 Cutout part 90 Perforation

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  1. An IC chip that stores data and an antenna that transmits and receives the data in a contactless manner using electromagnetic waves is an RFID label that attaches an RFID formed on a circuit board to an object to be pasted,
    An adhesive is applied to the back surface, and an affixing part to be affixed to the pasting object;
    Possess a RFID holding portion for holding the RFID, a protrusion in which the three-dimensional shape protruding in a direction away from the bonding part, and
    The affixing portion includes a first perforation formed in a width direction of the RFID label, and a second perforation formed in a longitudinal direction of the RFID label and intersecting the first perforation. Being formed by the eyes,
    RFID label characterized by.
  2. The RFID label according to claim 1, wherein the three-dimensional shape of the protruding portion is a polygonal column or a columnar shape.
  3. The RFID label according to claim 1, wherein the protrusion holds a plurality of RFIDs.
  4. An IC chip for storing data and an antenna for transmitting and receiving the data in a non-contact manner using electromagnetic waves. An RFID holding part for holding an RFID formed on a circuit board; An affixing part for affixing to the RFID label,
    A protrusion forming step of forming a three-dimensional protrusion by bending or bending the RFID holding portion;
    An RFID label attaching method, comprising: an attaching step for attaching the protruding portion so as to protrude in a direction away from the object to be attached.
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