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Feb 15, 2013

Radio Frequency Identification use in Secure Digital Lock

This is final year Electronics and communication project report on "radio frequency identification" which focus on RFID technology that is widely used in many applications. In this project we will discuss about use of RFID in door locks and security system. While using RFID in door locks, it should satisfy 2 criteria, 1st is challenge response authentication protocol and the second is to deploy sophisticated and secure algorithms. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.

RFID door locks

In its working, When any RFID card comes in the range of any reader then its all-around coiling interferes with the electromagnetic field produced by the reader’s transponder. This EM field will generate a little electric current in the closed circuit wiring of the tag which is so sufficient to activate the circuit components of the tag so that they can response.

This RFID based lock is multipurpose but any unauthorized person can enter easily after getting a RFID card from a user. This report contains Complete working of the project, PCB designing, Pin diagram, Circuit diagram, component list etc. This project can be further enhanced using 128-bit standard encryption algorithms. Use this project report for your reference and study work only.

Author:- Kumud Kumar, Shashank Viresh, Asheesh Singh, Ankit Kumar



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