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USB RFID card reader using Arduino Due
Arduino Due, reads the RFID tags from the serial port and acts as a virtual keyboard passing those tags numbers to the computer.
From: Hacktronics India
Arduino UNO- RFID reader - RTC - Bluetooth Module - SD card reader all integrated to datalog
Datalogger for RFID cards using an Arduino UNO, Real time clock, Bluetooth module, SD card reader and RFID reader. Logs card number and time pinged at RFID to a file on the SD card, and sends data by bluetooth serial to an Android device (using Blueterm) or PC (using coolterm) this data can be stored on log files on the android device or PC.
From: Nick Jay
RFID based Door Lock System using Arduino
I have used EM-18 RFID Reader Module and Arduino UNO board for this project. RFID Reader reads the unique rfid number from the RFID cards or RFID tag and sends it to microcontroller.The system/Door allows access based on the RFID tag received on the RFID reader.
RFID Reader: EM-18 Module
Software Environment: Embedded C, Arduino IDE, Serial Monitor/PuTTY
Special Features: RFID Interfacing, Serial Communication
MFRC522 RF ID card based E-money card/wallet
List of Components:
- 1 x Arduino Uno
- 1 x MFRC522 RF ID card reader
- 1 x HC-05 Bluetooth module
- 1 x Jumper wires
Description: E-money card allows the user to make monitory transitions using RFID cards/tags. In this project the MFRC522 card reader is used to read and write a RF ID card/tag to be used as E-wallet. The MFRC522 card reader sends the card information to Arduino Uno. The RFID card also contains the information regarding the money value stored. The Arduino Uno sends this...
From: BK Education
RDM6300 125Khz RFID Reader demonstrated with Arduino UNO
Authentication systems are used in many places such as in Attendance sysstems, Login Time Tracking and also for Identifcation systems. The RFID is the most widely used cheap solutin that is used for the identificatin process. There are many types of card as active cards , passive cards etc.
The passive cards are those that does not have any power supply for the card. They have a frequncy of 125Khz. These cards have a unique identification number that is stored on the card. These unique...
From: Sumeru Labs
iButton+NFC-RFID Reader realtime
iButton+NFC-RFID Reader realtime. Start here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYFcUNDcWeg.
Developer: Badlo Sergei G.
System requirements and dependencies:
1. Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1.
2. The presence of virtual or physical COM-port over USB/BlueTooth (HC-05).
3. Module Arduino (any).
4. Keys iButton.
5. Card NFC or RFID-key.
This complex software designed for standalone operation with keys iButton/RFID...
13.56 Mhz RFID Reader / Writer (MFRC522) programmed via arduino
First of all, sorry for the quality!
Here we have a RFID reader / writer, reading the ID number, Card type and data block '0' of 2 cards and 1 tag using a sketch I am currently writing. The reader / writer has both SPI and Serial Connect ability, In this video I'm using serial, as it's easier to program. I will post a better video, and detail description when i've finished this project.
RFIDuino - arduino rfid reader
Here is my RFIDuino (Sonmicro's SM130 + arduino) running a test program. For now it can just read a type and a serial number of a card.
Sonmicro have a good software called SMRFID Mifare 1.2 that can read and write all types of mifare cards, but unfortunetly it can communicate with SM130 only via UART. I wonder if someone can make a similar software that can manage the contents of mifare cards using arduino.
Mifare MF522-AN RFID reader/writer + Arduino test
I've been planning to do a project involving Arduino and RFID for a while. I found a £15/$20 RFID module on eBay, based around the MFRC522 chip, which arrived today. This is my very first test with it, identifying my two test cards and outputting the results on the serial line. Possibilities now are endless...
Link to details and code: http://www.grantgibson.co.uk/blog/2012/04/how-to-get-started-with-the-mifare-mf522-an-and-arduino/
From: Grant Gibson
RFID card decoding and replay attack using wireles (bluetooth) and arduino microcontroller
HID standard and high security readers use Wiegand as the protocol for sending the validated card data back to a door controller. In this video i'm using an Arduino and a serial Bluetooth adapter to capture and decode the Wiegand data wirelessly to an Android tablet running BlueTerm+.
The data can be captured and replay via serial bluetooth connection between the Arduino and the Android tablet.
From: Brad Bowers
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