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Vendors & products
3M Library Systems: http://www.3m.com/library/
Checkpoint Systems: http://www.checkpointsystems.com/
Intellident: http://www.intellident.co.uk/Home
Lucatron: http://www.lucatron.com/
Motorola: http://www.motorola.com/
Tagsys: http://www.tagsys.net/
Tech Logic: http://www.tech-logic.com
Texas Instruments: http://www.texas-instruments.com/
VTLS: http://www.vtls.com/
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