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A Division of American Biomedical Group, Inc.

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Key Challenges An RFID solution for animal asset tracking will address many business challenges facing the cattle industry today. . . . Animal Management Vaccination Assurance Increase Revenue Death Loss Reduction Current Health Markers Weight Gain Mngment Knock Out Reduction Disease State Mngment Drivers of RFID Interest Cattle Traq®, a division of American Biomedical Group, Inc.

What is Cattle Traq®?: 

What is Cattle Traq®? State-of-the-art radio-frequency identification (RFID) system for tracking cattle Integrated system of tags (RFID chips), tag reader antenna, access control sensors, and proprietary software Cattle Traq®, a division of American Biomedical Group, Inc.

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Electro-Magnetic Spectrum SOUND LIGHT RADIO HARMFUL RADIATION VHF = VERY HIGH FREQUENCY UHF = ULTRA HIGH FREQUENCY SHF = SUPER HIGH FREQUENCY EHF = EXTRA HIGH FREQUENCY UWB 3.1-10.6 GHz

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UWB SPECTRUM FCC ruling permits UWB spectrum overlay Recent FCC ruling (issued 12/15/2004) now permits indoor and outdoor use in 5.925 – 7.25 GHz band 1.6 1.9 2.4 Bluetooth, 802.11b Cordless Phones Microwave Ovens PCS 5 802.11a -41 dBm/Mhz 'Part 15 Limit' UWB Spectrum Frequency (Ghz) Emitted Signal Power 10.6 3.1

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UWB Performance Advantages Range (600 feet under LOS conditions) Real time tracking to within 1 foot Reliable tag reading in metallic, densely packed multi-path environments Low primary power Small size Low cost

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Ultra Wideband Precision Asset Location System 'Daisy-Chain' Configuration Differential-Time- of Arrival (DTOA) Hub UWB Receiver UWB Receiver UWB Receiver UWB Receiver RJ-45 Power/Clock/Data UWB Tags

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3 Principles of Positioning TOA (Time of Arrival) andamp; RTD (Round Trip Delay) TDOA (Time Difference of Arrival) AOA (Angle of arrival)

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Cattle Traq®, a division of American Biomedical Group, Inc.

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Cattle Traq®, a division of American Biomedical Group, Inc.

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Cattle Traq®, a division of American Biomedical Group, Inc.

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ABGI Passive Tags 72x72 mm 98x13 mm ABGI Passive Tags / UWB Chips UWB Chips

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Cattle Traq®, a division of American Biomedical Group, Inc.

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Cattle Traq®, a division of American Biomedical Group, Inc. Pilot project with Oklahoma State University Department of Animal Science

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Cattle Traq®, a division of American Biomedical Group, Inc.

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Cattle Traq®, a division of American Biomedical Group, Inc. Financial Benefits of Cattle Traq® Visit our website at: www.cattle-traq.com Click on the 'ROA – Return on Asset' tool Insert your own herd parameters (size, costs, loss rates, etc. See the projected impact of Cattle Traq!

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A total management solution for: Herd Tracking in real time Disease State Management Employee Management Asset Tracking in real time … that equates to increased financial profitability With Cattle Traq® . . . Cattle Traq®, a division of American Biomedical Group, Inc.

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