An alphanumeric bar code consisting of 3 bars and 3 spaces that represents the full ASCII 128 character set.
A variable length, continuous, and weakly self-checking bar code developed by Computer Identics. It requires loose printing tolerances. It supports the extended ASCII character set. Its high density makes it useful when printing data in a limited space. The character set includes all 128 ASCII characters. Each character is represented by 11 modules and four bar widths. Its maximum density is 12.1 alphanumeric characters per inch or 24.2 numeric characters per inch.
Code 128 is an alphanumeric bar code specifically designed to reduce the amount of space the bar code occupies. Each printed character can have one of three different meanings, depending on which of three different character sets are employed. Code 128 can be recognized as the labeling standard for UCC/EAN 128, used as product identification for container and pallet levels of retail markets. EXAMPLE OF A CODE 128 BAR CODE
A type of barcode that may contain upper and lower case letters, numbers, symbols and control codes. It also includes error checking.
The Code 128 symbology is a variable length symbology which can encode numeric, upper and lower case alphabetic characters (the full 128 ASCII character set), punctuation, special function and control data characters. It also enables numeric data to be compressed into double the normal density by encoding two digits per encoded character. Code 128 has three different character sets, called subset A, subset B, and subset C, which allow the bar code to be optimized for size.
A code developed by Computer Identics that encodes the full ASCII character set of 128 characters. Each character is represented by 11 modules and four bar widths.
A high density, variable length, full alphanumeric bar code type capable of encoding all 128 ASCII characters. It was designed for complex encoded product identification and is the basis of the UCC-128 marking specification. Code 128 has three subsets of characters. There are 106 printing characters in each set. Therefore, each character can have three different meanings, depending on the character subset used. Each Code 128 character consists of six elements -- three bars and three spaces.
A continuous, variable length alphanumeric symbology encoding the full ASCII 128 character set. Every character is made up of 11 modules containing three bars and three spaces.
A variable length, continuous, self-checking, alphanumeric barcode font. Its data character set contains 105 characters in each of three unique subsets. Each character consists of three bars and three spaces consuming 11 modules of width.
a bar code symbology that encodes the complete 128 ASCII characters set. Characters are made up of bars and spaces in three widths.
variable length, bi-directional, continuous, self-checking, alphanumeric bar code. Characters in Code 128 consist of three bars and three spaces. Bars and spaces may be one, two, three, or four modules wide. The total character width is 11 modules. Code 128 obtains its name from its capacity to encode the full ASCII 128 character set.
A full alphanumeric bar code type which can encode the entire ASCII character set.
Code 128 is a very high-density barcode symbology, used extensively world wide in shipping and packaging industries. GS1-128 (formerly known as UCC/EAN-128) is one of its variants. It is used for alphanumeric or numeric-only barcodes.