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December 4, 2007

RFID Proximity Security System

at 5:00 am. Filed under Complex Hacks, Electronic Hacks

Here is final project from two Cornell students who researched, designed and implemented an RFID proximity security system.

They decided to build a proximity security system as their student id cards supported both magnetic strip and RFID tags. Many of the controlled areas on campus were switching to proximity entry systems.

The maximum range of their proximity card reader is about 1.5 to 2.0 inches from the antenna coil.

There site is well documented and they did a great job.

Since RFID is getting so much bad publicity lately, it is good to see some examples of the technology put to good use.

Proximity Security System


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4 Responses to “RFID Proximity Security System”

  1. RFID Proximity Security System - The Tech Blog Says:

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  2. ps1x Says:

    That was already http://hackedgadgets.com/2006/05/09/homemade-rfid-reader/ here…

    ??? Oo

  3. misha Says:

    can i please get the email address of the students who did this project of RFID proximity secuirty system.I am doing this project as a final year if i get the email id or any other contact.i shaal be grateful to u

  4. R.ASHOK KUMAR Says:

    dear students/

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