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Diy usb rfid reader TurkHub.net - gstvnet.com
Demonstrating the motorized lock on my home alarm system based on the Raspberry Pi. The lock has been used daily for almost half a year now. The alarm ...
You can build an RFID reader/writer using Arduino Uno project box for less than pound. This step by step instruction is what I follow to make an Arduino box ...
This week we take an RFID reader and attach it to an arduino. We first show you how the RFID reader works by sending in the TAGID on the RFID Tag. Then we ...
How to build an RFID Reader part 1 - Should you use Discrete Components, RFID Reader Chip...
Diy rfid reader antenna TurkHub.net
GAO RFID's UHF 860-960 MHz 4 Port Long Range RFID Reader features a compact size, light weight and multi-regional flexibility. It has 4 antenna ports and is ...
Playing with Radio Frequency Identification readers & writers Check out more of my Arduino & Electronics...
Arduino RFID Projects - Integrating the Medium
by Robin Sandhu
Updated August 21, 2016
RFID is a popular technology that has found an important home in the world of logistics and supply chain management. A well known business case of RFID in the market is the supply chain of retail giant Walmart, who use RFID extensively to provide automated tracking and management of inventory and shipping.
But RFID has many other applications, and...
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
Arduino Ethernet Rfid card reader - Arduino Project Hub
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Have you ever thought of adding an RFID tags/card security system or monitoring system in your home and/or office. Well if you got here i bet you already looked up how freaken expensive they are ranging from $200 to $2000, TOO MUCH RIGHT!?? Well a friend and I have decided to make a system that would cost under $100 and could do even more than just access a door, so this...
Arduino Playground - DIYRFIDReader
DIY FSK RFID Reader
This page describes the construction of an RFID reader using only an Arduino (Nano 3.0 was tested, but others may work), a hand-wound wire coil, and some assorted low cost common components.
The hardware and software designs for this project are based in part on the ideas, code and schematics posted by Micah Dowty here and Asher Glick here...
Interface PIR Sensor to Arduino - Motion Sensor/Detector
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by jojo in Arduino with 2 Comments
In this article, we are going to learn how to interface/connect PIR Sensor or Passive Infrared Sensor to Arduino. We have written a tutorial on how to interface PIR sensor to...
Date: 2017-02-15 05:53:53
3 Basic Things to Know About Passive UHF RFID Tags [Video]
Can u tell me how hex code stored in the IC chip of the RFID Tag is transferred through the Antenna to the RFID Reader.
This is actually a very complex process, but, in short, here is how it works with passive RFID tags:
The reader (through its antenna) sends a radio signal to the tag, which acts to "energize" the tag. Once the tag is activated, it reflects back to...
Hacking RFID Tags Is Easier Than You Think: Black Hat
That is the conclusion of Francis Brown, managing partner at security firm Bishop Fox, who detailed his research on RFID hacking on July 31 at the Black Hat security conference here. In an interview with eWEEK, Brown said he started out doing his RFID research focused on a specific requirement: He needed to break in to a building.
Although there are multiple types of RFID technologies, the focus...
Experimenting with the Adafruit PN532 controller shield ...
Experimenting with the Adafruit PN532 controller shield
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Luis Ibanez - Luis Ibáñez works as Senior Software Engineer at Google Inc in New York city.
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RFIDs--we use them every day. With every visit to the supermarket, public library, bookstore, or department store, we handle objects that have an RFID tag, which...
Date: 2017-03-04 02:49:18
RFID Front Door Lock using Netduino | robdobson.com
RFID Front Door Lock using Netduino
RFID Front Door Lock using Netduino
2013-Dec-22 UPDATE ...
I've found that there are some failure modes for the networking on the Netduino that allow the watchdog to keep being reset. So I've gone a step further and now the door controller has to be "pinged" by an external server on a regular basis to keep it alive - otherwise it resets itself every 10 minutes....
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Getting Started with RFID by Tom Igoe; O'Reilly Media
Getting Started with RFID 1 is a very short "book" on RFID (Radio Frequency Identification), a way to tag and identify objects over varying ranges, and how to use Arduino to create a few interesting RFID projects. The book assumes that you have some experience with Arduino and micro-controllers (i.e., do you know what a breadboard, jumper wires, and circuits are?).
We start with a very brief introduction to RFID, follow up with two introductory technical tutorials...
Practical Arduino: RFID Access Control System
RFID Access Control System
RFID technology is used for a wide variety of applications including access control, package identification, warehouse stock control, point of sale scanning, retail anti-theft systems, toll-road passes, surgical instrument inventory, and even identifying individual sheets of paper placed on a desk. RFID tags are embedded in name badges, shipping labels, library books, product tags and boxes, installed in aircraft, hidden inside car keys, and implanted under the skin of animals or even people....
RFID ME: USB Dongle UHF Reader - Buy RFID ME: USB Dongle ...
4.0 out of 5 stars Awesome device, unclear specs on description 30 June 2014
By wil - Published on Amazon.com
This is a handy little USB reader that I use all the time. Unfortunately the SDK is only available if you buy it, and it costs as much as the reader. We were hoping to use this to develop some software for reading RFIDs directly into our database. Because the SDK was not...