How to use RFID RC522 with Arduino Nano

How to use Arduino and RFID.

RFID Card Reading using Arduino and RC522 Module.

every Card Contains a Chip that emits Radio frequency and Receiver receives the bytes and after verification triggers the unlocking mechanism.


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From: ElectroDev Studio

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High-Tech Credit Cards Easy Target For Thieves Privacy Experts Critical Of RFID Technology

INDIANAPOLIS -- They're billed as faster and more convenient, but some high-tech credit cards could be opening customers up to identity theft.

In 2005, JP Morgan Chase was the first to unveil an RF credit card, equipped with radio frequency technology that allows customers to skip swiping and simply wave the card in front of a special reader.

Cards with radio frequency identification technology, commonly known as RFID, are now used by all of the major credit card companies, including...

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From: CenturionStrategies

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Channel 3 News - Identity Theft Electronic Pickpocket Credit Card Fraud with RFID

Channel 3 News reporting on how easy it is to steal your credit card information.

Credit Cards with Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Chips can be read/scanned by hackers intending to steal your personal data and identity.

ARMORBLOKK is on a mission to do three things:

1. Promote awareness of the increasing threats to personal data security.

2. Educate on best ways to avoid exposing yourself to personal data theft.

3. Provide cost effective tools and resources to...

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From: ARMORBLOKK Company

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RFID card production

Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is the use of a wireless non-contact system that uses radio-frequency electromagnetic fields to transfer data from a tag attached to an object, for the purposes of automatic identification and tracking. Some tags require no battery and are powered by the electromagnetic fields used to read them. Others use a local power source and emit radio waves (electromagnetic radiation at radio frequencies). The tag contains electronically stored information which can...

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From: ColourMax Printing

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RFID Interfacing with Arduino Uno

In this tutorial we are going to design a system to read the ID of RFID cards. RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification. Each card has a unique ID embedded in it. These systems have many applications, like in offices, shopping malls and in many other places where only the person with authorization card is allowed to enter in the room.

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From: Circuit Digest

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Guard My Card ID 60 sec Spot Producer Jimmie Abston Web file 1

Electronic pickpocketing". The technology used to perform this type of theft is called radio frequency

identification or "RFID".

Millions of new credit cards and passports contain tiny two way radios called RFID chips. This makes it easy for thieves to employ electronic pickpocketing and scan your credit card numbers and other info without touching you! Our RFID blocking products prevent this from happening to you.

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The Gun Box - RFiD device features

The RFiD (Radio Frequency Identification) device feature on The Gun Box allows quick reliable 100% accurate opening every time! RFiD keys come in key cards, fobs, rings, stickers and wristbands. Each RFiD key has its own unique code making them secure and safe. Learn more at

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From: The Gunbox

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Contactless Smart Card Manufacturer, NXP Mifare Smart Card Producer-MoreRFID

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Contactless cards, also called radio frequency cards, consist of a chip and antenna composed of sensors, packaged in standard PVC cards, the chip and antenna are fully enclosed without any exposed parts.

Radio waves transmit information between the contactless smart card and the card reader to complete read and write operations.

MoreRFID contactless cards can be divided into the following categories: contactless IC cards, RFID...

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From: MoreRFID Smart Technologies.,LTD

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RFID Based Attendance System using 8051 Microcontroller

In this RFID based Attendance System project, we will explain you how can we count attendance automatically by using RFID cards. RFID Tecnology (Radio Frequency Identification and Detection) is commonly used in schools, colleges, office and stations for various purposes to automatically keep a track of people.

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RFID Security Expert Walt Augustinowicz Clones College Student's ID's and Credit Cards

RFID Security Expert Walt Augustinowicz Clones College Student's ID's and Credit Cards for National News Demonstration

A demonstration for Inside Edition on electronic pickpocketing and phantom keys by payment and security expert Walt Augustinowicz on the campus of Northern Arizona University shows the security risks inherent with Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) in point of access key cards, identification and personal credit cards, proving that constant shielding of these cards is...

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From: CenturionStrategies

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