SGTIN-96,which consists of the GTIN plus a unique product or serial number and which stands for Serialized Global Trade Item Number, 96-bits.
And this is the most commonly used Identification Scheme.
GS1 devised specifications called Identification Schemes in order for UHF RFID to be universally compatible for global trade.
These schemes explain how to encode the EPC number depending on the item and use of the item. Each scheme defines the number of bits overall, and within a specific section of the string.
Different segments that form the EPC number include the Header Value, Filter Value, Partition Value, the GS1 Company Prefix, Item Reference, Partition, and Serial Number.