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Finished building my RFID scanner.

As I suspected, I cannot scan my Avid chip. I checked an unimplanted chip I had laying around to be sure. The scanner just can't make any sense of it's output, at all. It's very proprietary, which Avid is presently being sued for.

Luckily I've got a couple of scannable chips on the way. I'll make sure that they operate along side an avid chip without interferance problems and then I get chip #2 stuck in my back. These things are not the size of a grain of rice like they say they are. I took a chip out of an implanter and my eyes went huge. It's almost an inch long. Fun fun fun *wags* I love this stuff.

Scanning range seems to be a good 4-5 inches. This is great. I might get away with putting the scanner in the back of the seat behind all the padding, perhaps even adhered to the seat back itself. That would be perfect.

- Keman

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aldebron
Mar. 8th, 2005 04:17 pm (UTC)
i know this may defete the whole point of your rfid stuff, but they make lots of other lovely and far less painfull bio-metric devices that could start your car, for instance a USB finger print reader, or if you wanted to get snazzy you coudl pick up an iris scanner. there becoming a bit more affordable these days, i know its not nearly as cool as having an inplanted chip in your back open and run your car. but its just a thought.
well ither way, keep us up
aerowolf
Mar. 9th, 2005 04:19 am (UTC)
Did you ever ask the security guy at work what the building scanner sees? (It gets logged, even if it doesn't recognize it.)
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