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USB HF RFID Reader Writer - GAO RFID Asset Tracking
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Overview - USB Enabled HF RFID Reader/Writer (10223015)
This small yet, full featured mouse-sized RFID reader/writer is designed for the desk-top and is available for both UHF and HF RFID frequencies. (See USB Enabled UHF RFID Reader/Writer model 10216008 for the ultra high frequency version).
Common uses for the USB RFID reader are verification and programming of RFID tags and labels, personnel...
[VIDEO]125Khz HID Proxdata card copier / programmer ...
9 months ago
Almost everyone uses an RFID badge to get into their office or apartment, and it's a lot easier than you might think for someone to steal the data on your card to gain access. A group of white hat hackers called RedTeam Security cloned one of our work IDs to show us just how quickly they can do it from as far as 3-6 feet away. Produced by Chris Snyder Read more: http://www.techinsider.io/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/techinsider TWITTER: https://twitter.com/techinsider INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/tech_insider/ TUMBLR:...
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For Anything: proxmarkii
This device is obsolete; my proxmark3 replaces it completely. I will leave the description, but it is of only historical interest.
My initial prox card `cloner' did the job, but it was not very general. Because I use analog circuitry to demodulate the signal from the...
Arduino HF/UHF RFID Reader
I'm looking for a HF/UHF RFID reader I can interface with via Arduino. I've been using 125kHz solutions which, though they work great, just don't have the range I'd like them to.
Ideally, I'd like an RFID reader that can pick up a passive RFID tag that is in a wallet/pocket and within 1-2m, without the user having to present the tag to...
Date: 2017-03-04 00:15:50
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