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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Build RFID transmitter and receiver

Guide on how to build my own RFID transmitter and receiver?

Post by C1

You will find them here ...some entities misuse this technology, hence people have become less interested in this as it is invasive. Properly used this technology is an asset, example - inventory or asset tracking and management.

RFID Circuits - - Low Power RFID Transponder -  For some time railroad companies have been wrestling with the problem of tracking rail cars.

Need help in RFID circuit - Electro Tech -  need the circuit for RFID receiver and transponder and any useful information regarding RFID. I thought i would use PIC controller to find out the distance b/w the product and the reader.

Build RFID transmitter and receiver

RFID - - Radio-frequency identification (RFID) uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects. The tags contain electronically stored information. Passive tags collect energy from a nearby RFID reader's interrogating radio waves.

Fall 2004 RFID Honors Project - RFID can be categorized as low frequency or high frequency and as passive or active. This project looks mainly at low frequency passive RFID because it is the least expensive and the most common.

Low frequency passive RFID works by magnetic induction. A reader device generates an alternating magnetic field from a coil of wire. A tag also has a coil of wire that induces current from the magnetic field. This current provides power to the passive tag. The tag then sends back its own varying magnetic field which is read by the reader device.

This is an answer of mine to an old post - Tuesday 27 June 2006 

Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Tizen was MeeGo who was Moblin or Mobile Linux hosts the Mobile & Internet Linux Project which is an umbrella, open source project focused on the development of Linux for Intel-based devices.

( Tizen is the present status of this old post that has been deleted and redone many times as the name and website keeps changing. Now let us freeze this at Tizen - ananth)

Moblin - Mobile Linux Internet Project

"To this purpose, will host various projects that will provide key elements of community-based projects such as Ubuntu Mobile and Embedded Edition, Red Flag Midinux, and Pepper Linux.."

The Samsung Smartwatch started with Android, now they have a Tizen version, this watch may be a good experimental hardware for Embedded Systems hackers to test out their own custom linux firmware !

Samsung Smartwatch

Sep -11

If you haven't heard, in 2010 Moblin became MeeGo! MeeGo is an open source, Linux project which
brings together the Moblin project, headed up by Intel, and Maemo, by Nokia, into a single open source activity.

By now, you may have read that The Linux Foundation, with the support of several other companies, announced a new project, Tizen, to build a new operating system for devices. This new project is first and foremost open source, and based on Linux. So it begs the question: why not just evolve MeeGo? We believe the future belongs to HTML5-based applications,

Tizen - An open source, standards-based software platform for multiple device categories.

For Smartphones, Tablets, Netbooks and Smart TV. Also one for your Car, Boat or Chopper for an In-Vehicle Infotainment Gadget.