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Code 11


Code 11 is a linear, discrete barcode symbology used to encode numbers from 0 to 9, dash symbol and start or stop character consisting of 0-9 digits

Code 128


Code 128 refers to a high density one dimensional barcode symbology developed in 1981 by Computer Identics. Code 128 is used to encode alphanumeric characters, numbers, ASCII characters.

Code 128 A


Code 128A is linear barcode symbology designed to encode uppercase letters, numbers, control codes and punctuations

Code 128 B


Code 128B employs all alphabetic characters, digits, small alphabet letters and punctuation for barcode encoding purposes

Code 128 C


Code 128C is one dimensional and double density barcode symbology applied to encode double density numeric values varying from 00 to 99

Code 39


Code 39 represents a discrete and variable barcode symbology implemented to track uppercase letters A-Z, 0-9 digits, special characters such as space, period(.), dollar sign($), minus(-), slash(/), percent(%), and plus (+). 

Code 39 Extended


Extended Code 39 is linear barcode symbology derived from Code 39 capable to encode tabs, lower case (a to z), digits (0-9), symbols (+, $, %, /,*, &, #,!, (), -), returns, punctuations



EAN UCC 128 is derived from Code 128 barcode symbology and used to format data in a consistent manner to recognize information type enclosed in barcode

Code 93 Extended


Code 93 Extended refers to one dimensional barcode font able to encode all 128 ASCII character with not obligatory char.

Code 93


Code 93 is originated from code 39 barcode font created by Intermec in 1982 to encode 47 alphanumeric characters along ASCII character.

Ean 13


EAN 13 linear barcode symbology developed by International Article Numbering Association in Europe and used to encode 12 digit information with check digit.



EAN 8 is numeric barcode symbology developed by International Article Numbering Association (EAN) in Europe and employed to encode seven digits with check digit

GSI 128


GS1 128 is extensive version of Code 128 or UCC EAN 128 and created to give worldwide standard for transferring data among various companies

Industrial 2 of 5


Industrial 2 of 5 is low density, one dimensional and number only barcode symbology developed in 1960 by Identicon Corp to encode digits

Intelligent Mail


Intelligent Mail barcode font is primarily called the 4-State Customer Barcode technology designed to sort and encode letters and flats

Interleaved 2 of 5


Interleaved 2 of 5 is numeric only and high density barcode symbology applied in distribution and warehouse industries to encode digits



ISBN 10 stands for International Standard Book Number developed by Gordon Foster in 1996 used to encode digits



ISBN 13 is a linear barcode symbology represents as a unique identifier allocated to every edition of published book and book-like product

MAT 25


MAT 25 is professional barcode symbology

MSI Plessey


MSI Plessey is one dimensional continuous barcode symbology developed by Plessey Company at England in 1970 to encode digits



Planet stands for Postal Alpha Numeric Encoding Technique and is linear barcode symbology used to encode incoming and outgoing mails



Postnet refers to Postal Numeric Encoding Technique created by U.S Post Office and used to encode zip code information.



Telepen is one dimensional barcode symbology developed in 1972 at UK and designed to encode ASCII character along with checksum digit



UPC A (Universal Product Code A) is one dimensional barcode symbology developed in 1973 to recognize departmental products in grocery stores



UPC E is one dimensional barcode symbology and excludes additional zeros presented in unique UPC number by reducing message length from 12 to 6

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