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==Intro==
 
This is where Toby is keeping track of his RFID investigations:
 
This is where Toby is keeping track of his RFID investigations:
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== References==
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There's a good simple explanation how RFID works at the bottom of this page:
  
 
http://www.scienceprog.com/how-does-rfid-tag-technology-works/
 
http://www.scienceprog.com/how-does-rfid-tag-technology-works/
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More technical detail:
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http://www.rfid-handbook.de/rfid/types_of_rfid.html
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A 125khz reader reference design from Microchip:
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http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/51115F.pdf
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Some guys from cornell who designed an RFID reader, handy links and design notes:
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http://instruct1.cit.cornell.edu/courses/ee476/FinalProjects/s2006/cjr37/Website/index.htm
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This looks _really_ interesting:
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http://code.google.com/p/rfid-reader/wiki/HardwareDesign
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James also pointed me towards this:
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http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=it&u=http://ficara.altervista.org/atmel_avr.php
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== Parts list ==
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===Caps===
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====Elect====
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*1 100 uF 25v
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*2 10 uF 16v
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====Other====
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*2 22pF
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*1 1800pF
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*1 6200pF
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*6 1000pF
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*1 2200pF
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===Resistors===
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*1 330
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*2 1m
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*1 82
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*1 12k
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*1 100
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*1 22k
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*1 470
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*2 10
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*1 390k
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*1 1.82k 1%
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*1 6.67k 1%
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*1 47.5k 1%
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*1 82.5k 1%
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===Inductors===
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*1 1000 uH
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===IC/Semis===
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*1 LM78L05A/T092
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*1 LM78M12/T092
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*1 74HC4060
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*1 4MHz xtal
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*2 1N4148
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*1 1N4936
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*2 2N2907
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*1 2N2222
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*2 TL084
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Latest revision as of 16:27, 17 August 2011

Intro

This is where Toby is keeping track of his RFID investigations:

References

There's a good simple explanation how RFID works at the bottom of this page:

http://www.scienceprog.com/how-does-rfid-tag-technology-works/

More technical detail:

http://www.rfid-handbook.de/rfid/types_of_rfid.html

A 125khz reader reference design from Microchip:

http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/51115F.pdf

Some guys from cornell who designed an RFID reader, handy links and design notes:

http://instruct1.cit.cornell.edu/courses/ee476/FinalProjects/s2006/cjr37/Website/index.htm

This looks _really_ interesting:

http://code.google.com/p/rfid-reader/wiki/HardwareDesign

James also pointed me towards this:

http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=it&u=http://ficara.altervista.org/atmel_avr.php

Parts list

Caps

Elect

  • 1 100 uF 25v
  • 2 10 uF 16v

Other

  • 2 22pF
  • 1 1800pF
  • 1 6200pF
  • 6 1000pF
  • 1 2200pF

Resistors

  • 1 330
  • 2 1m
  • 1 82
  • 1 12k
  • 1 100
  • 1 22k
  • 1 470
  • 2 10
  • 1 390k
  • 1 1.82k 1%
  • 1 6.67k 1%
  • 1 47.5k 1%
  • 1 82.5k 1%

Inductors

  • 1 1000 uH


IC/Semis

  • 1 LM78L05A/T092
  • 1 LM78M12/T092
  • 1 74HC4060
  • 1 4MHz xtal
  • 2 1N4148
  • 1 1N4936
  • 2 2N2907
  • 1 2N2222
  • 2 TL084