disney files for \'magic band\' park entry
Walt Disney World park and resort submitted a radio application to the FCC
According to the Orlando Business magazine, the frequency recognizes the wristband.
The company\'s cover letter to the FCC called the device a \"Magic Band \".
The FCC document for the device is described as follows: \"Radio for the device, model MB-
R1G1 is a wrist wear arm band that transmits a 2.
4 GHz signal for indoor wireless infrastructure.
The PCB assembly is packaged in plastic and completely supermodel with hot plastic polyurethane.
The band has no switch and is powered off non-power
Coin battery can be replaced.
\"The Magic Band may change the way visitors enter the park: no longer have tickets to scan, just a wristband to slide.
This will also reduce the loss of paper tickets.
Perhaps it will even be used as a means of purchasing an item, or as a key to a hotel room, just as today\'s guests use the keys to the World card.
But Disney people don\'t talk.
At least not yet.
\"We often test how to make our guests experience better, but there is nothing to share at this time,\" a Disney spokesperson told ABC News . \".
As noted by the Orlando Business Daily, in addition to the convenience of guests, so-
The Walt Disney World, known as the Magic Band, will also have a lot of extra benefits.
The park can track traffic in specific areas more precisely on any day and place goods and suppliers in these locations accordingly.
Walt Disney park and resort is a division of Walt Disney.
Same as ABC News.