- EM4001 ISO based RFID IC
- 125kHz Carrier
- 2kbps ASK
- Manchester encoding
- 32-bit unique ID
- 64-bit data stream [Header+ID+Data+Parity]
Dimensions: 2.13 x 3.35 x 0.03″ (54 x 85.5 x 0.8mm)
RFID is useful for sensing and identifying tagged people and objects for access control, automation, and a whole range of different applications. This basic RFID tag works in the 125kHz RF range and comes with a unique 32-bit ID. It is not re-programmable. This blank, smooth, and mildly flexible RFID tag is ready for your logo (or hand-drawn scribble).
This RN171 WiFi Shield is a long range WiFi solution for the Arduino. You can start controlling application through the internet with a few simple instructions. The RN171 is also a complete and standalone TCP/IP wireless network module.
This RFID controller board uses the RC522 IC which operates at a frequency of 13.56MHz. This kit includes the RC522 RFID reader module and two S50 RFID cards. The RC522 is a highly integrated transmission modules for 13.56MHz communication, it supports ISO 14443A/MIFARE mode. The RC522 utilizes an outstanding modulation and demodulation concept completely integrated for different kinds of contactless communication methods and protocols.
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