High-magnetostriction Fe-rich metallic glasses in the form of ribbons presenta magnetoelastic resonance characterized by the frequency of the longitudinal vibrational mode ofthe sample, /spl omega//sub r/, which is a function of the applied static field, H. This value of/spl omega//sub r/ can be used to recognize different objects or the position of a single object ina field gradient, that is as a carrier of information. To test these applications we have studied anamorphous alloy of composition Fe/sub 60.8/Co/sub 16.2/Si/sub 12.2/B/sub 10.8/ with saturationmagnetostriction /spl lambda//sub s/=33/spl times/10/sup -6/ and spontaneous magnetization J/subs/=1.46 Tesla. Samples were used both in as-quenched state and after transverse field annealing.Initially measurements were performed by detecting simultaneously different resonant peaks indifferent samples. Resonance frequency values, frequency ratios and magnitude of detected signalsare discussed. The convenience of detecting different resonant peaks on a single sample with a”fixed point” is also shown.