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Links 1 through 10 of 44 by Joshua DiMauro tagged rfid

"The P100i makes personalized cards fast, easy and affordable. This budget-friendly printer produces single-sided full color or monochrome cards and offers a variety of optional features not typically available in a product in this class, such as Ethernet connectivity and smart card encoding. In moments this single-feed card printer can print and/or encode unique cards for a variety of markets."

Mifare tags used in the NFC standard; in theory, this thing could be used to print custom NFC tags(?)

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This tutorial explains how to read from Mifare RFID tags from your computer using a Sonmicro SM130 read/write module.

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Noted for future reference: a discussion on using the parallax RFID reader with arduino

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"MTC have gone to great pains to assure users of the system that their data is safe from "getting zucked", and they've begun to provide free personal monitoring services to users of Clipper. It's now possible to access to a complete, up-to-the-minute stream of your own card usage (including the geographic location of each beep) along with a record of access requests to that same data by parents, friends, mobile apps, credit reporting firms, or government agencies monitoring transportation use for oil-credit tax breaks. If someone's peeking at your transit history, you're the first one to know." This is a term that needs to live on.

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"Designing with information shadows means using devices, such as RFIDs, that may have specific, limited functionality and capabilities. However, as with the FedEx example, designing with information shadows often requires global service design. Information shadow user experience design must simultaneously consider (1) what happens when every object is automatically tracked and (2) how to associate those objects with all available digital information about them."

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"This code lets the Arduino read the Parallax brand RFID reader. Once connected and programmed, prints the tag number in the serial monitor window. Note that the serial monitor window runs at an astonishing 2400 baud, so make sure you have your seat belt buckled!"

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Full documentation of how to get a parallax RFID reader to work with Arduino. Fantastic.

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"librfid is a Free Software RFID library. It implements the PCD (reader) side protocol stack of ISO 14443 A, ISO 14443 B, ISO 15693, Mifare Ultralight and Mifare Classic. Support for iCODE*1 and other 13.56MHz based transponders is planned."

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Dock-connector-based NFC reader for iPhone.
No purchase information as yet beyond a contact page…

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