Forum: GNU Radio (no subject)

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D6086fb18b5e0e85687a3474a59e6f77?d=identicon&s=25 harshal jadhav (Guest)
on 2009-03-23 23:29
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hi everybody..

i want to do a project on GNU RADIO based RFID reader .
i need information about any advancement has been done in this field and
what are the paths alongwith advancement is required.

Regards,
Harshal Jadhav
4965d18a370fc0c33d05d7b05454a7c9?d=identicon&s=25 Tony Naggs (Guest)
on 2009-03-26 02:02
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Hi

Probably you will get more response if you give more details of what you
want to do.

There are RFID / NFC tags operating at various frequencies, and to a
variety
of standards.  Each will tend to require different tx/rx modules,
antennas,
modulation/demodulation schemes.

Also why are you trying to this with GNU radio? Standard RFID
reader/writer
hardware is a lot cheaper and, depending on what frequencies/standards
you
are interested in, a multi-standard reader could probably be built from
scratch for $100 (US) of parts.

Regards,
Tony

2009/3/23 harshal jadhav <jadhav.harshal@gmail.com>
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