UHF GEN2 RFID channels for Europe and the USA

The UHF RFID transmit and receive frequencies with which timing systems operate are not the same worldwide. In each country or region, the authorities responsible for defining these standards set [...]

How does the timing window work on timingsense equipment?

Imagine you’re timing the most important race of your life. You’re on the finish line, waiting for the first runners to come in. The timing has worked a charm on all of the timing points, but you [...]

Do you know how beach sand affects sports timing?

Beach sand is formed from erosion processes in oceans; the water takes millions of years to break up rocks and shells, turning them into particles between 0.063 and 2 mm in size. They may be [...]

220V Cable: with the antenna or through the arch?

We have often raised the question of whether it is a good idea to run a 220V power cable with a load connected at the other end through the TS antenna grommet where we house our UHF cables and [...]

UHF RFID Antenna in Timing Systems

Hi! Today I want to talk to you about UHF RFID Antennas, because of all components, I believe these are the most critical because they are the component that people know the least about and not [...]

Timing systems: starting lines, cycling and speed

Hi! In this article we’re going to answer the question: Why do UHF GEN2 timing systems work so well on the starting lines? In this other post we talked about the far field and the near [...]

History of race timing

Hi! In this post we want to offer you a brief overview of the history of race timing. Is race timing as old as the very first races? It’s strange that the Greeks themselves didn’t [...]

Sports timing: the journey of the chip from the shoe to the shirt back

Before explaining what’s near-field and far-field in sports timing, let me make a short introduction for you: Almost all sports timing systems for cycling, running and triathlon, are [...]