First things first, I am new to this and I am by no means familiar with the technology after my few days of research. So please be kind and explain in lay terms if necessary
I apologise if this question has been asked previously (and I am sure it has) but I could not find concrete answers in the FAQ or through forums. (Maybe I used wrong keywords or terminology)
It seems like the Apex will be a sure purchase, but in the meantime I would like my first implant, however I am missing a little information.
I am wondering which (if any) form of RFID (or NFC) chip(s) can perform multiple tasks with the one chip, without being rewritten. I have found answers to this that either contradict or perhaps the wording throws me off.
Basically I would like to install one chip in one hand, and be able to write to it for multiple functions. Perhaps opening a Smart Lock at the office, and also allowing me to Unlock my Phone, then unlock my PC and other similar functions all at once using the one written chip.
Is it possible to have multiple actions across multiple devices on only one chip, without rewriting it for a specific singular purpose each time, or is this why many members seem to have multiple chips?
If it is possible to have multiple functions on the one chip that can perform multiple tasks, are there any specific chips that I should look into getting for this purpose.
Further, to my understanding RFID has low and high frequency ranges, and NFC is a subset of this with a specific frequency. I understand this is on a case by case basis with the devices you are trying to use. But what would be the more “common” route to go for things like smart locks, readers to unlock PC, Phone related commands (I assume this would be NFC), Travel cards etc. I am looking for the more widely used of the options.
Thanks for reading a question you’ve probably heard asked before, and helping with my first implant experience