Do you have use cases for cheap passive RFID tags that can one-way authenticate?

I’m asking for help from my connections to come up with concrete uses for a cheap passive RFID tag that can perform one-way authentication. Those of you who follow my videos will know that recently I invented and filed a patent for a blockchain-backed enhancement for such a thing. So far I have: 1. replace barcodes with a more secure RFID in open supply chains so anyone can report goods in transit, not just trusted partners, 2. replace IoT devices currently used to track expensive goods with a cheap passive RFID tag 2. secure verification of presence at a location, for example for couriers trying to deliver goods or security guards patrolling a space, without needing powered beacons, 3. shared ticketing for public transport, 4. some kind of geocaching application, where visiting a spot a

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Activating External Barcode Scanners using TSL® UHF RFID Readers over a Bluetooth® connection

This video demonstrates how Apps, built on TSL® SDKs, can use our UHF RFID Readers to control the barcode scanner on a connected terminal. In this example, using the Honeywell EDA50 (Android™) terminal’s in-built barcode imager to scan the RFID Reader’s QR code gives the App the Bluetooth® MAC address needed to pair and connect the Reader to the terminal. With the Reader now connected, the RFID Scan Scan Write app ‘listens’ for Reader trigger actuations and, in the first step, activates the Android terminal’s barcode imager to read a new EPC value (A1230000) and, in the second step, issues RFID tag commands to change the nearby tag’s EPC to the new value.

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Arduino RFID Sensor (MFRC522) Tutorial

Hey friends in this tutorial I will show you how to make a RFID Card Sensor with Arduino Visit my Website to Download Codes and Circuit Diagrams:- https:// Circuit:- https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B27c2BryUv06RUY3Y2NYb09wOEE Materials:- Arduino UNO LED (Red, Green) RFID sensor (MFRC522) Servo Jumpers Breadboard RFID Library:- https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B27c2BryUv06SFNUb25xcl9mZUk Arduino Code:- https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B27c2BryUv06dGJ6bkx0ZGszcFk Follow me on:- Facebook:- https:// Facebook:- https:// Instagram:- https:// snapchat:- viraldodhia20 ———- VIRAL SCIENCE © ———–

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C# – RFID Reader – Equipment Requisition and Return System (Quick Test)

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Introduction into UHF RFID (How-to)

UHF RFID chips promise a lot and should overcome the two main shortcomings of standard RFID tags: A reader should be able to read a lot of tags in parallel, and it should be able to read them over long distances. Where do you think this technology would be useful for you? Links: UHF RFID reader: or: https://amzn.to/2PZJIpv Good Collinear LoRa Antenna: https://ebay.to/2EQTXM3 Yagi Antenna (bad): Strange Parts video: https://youtu.be/PWzyPZAPbt0 Supporting Material and Blog Page: Github: https:// My Patreon Page: https:// My Bitcoin address: 19FSmqbBzb5zsYB1d8Bq4KbxVmezToDNTV My Amazon.com shop: https://

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RFID in Retail Demonstration Using MC9190-Z and Century Link RFID Tags

John demonstrates some of the retail uses of RFID at a local store. Watch as he goes over inventory tracking, Inventory locating, and RFID tag writing using some of our RFID sample applications included in the TracerPlus Free Trial featured on our website. TracerPlus can be integrated with most inventory and POS retail systems via TracerPlus Connect. To learn more visit – TracerPlus website:

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RFID reader technology and cloning tags!

RFID tags are available in a few different standards ranging from the very secure ones with data and encryption, to the much simpler ones that simply present themselves as a unique (or not so unique) serial number to the RFID reader. This is a look at the cheapest and most common, that is widely available on ebay from a wide range of suppliers as either bare components or packages for full door control. Not that I’d trust these much for security with people like us about…

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Writing and Reading RFID Tags and NFC Cards on Raspberry Pi with PN532 Module

Step by step tutorial for writing and contactless reading of data to RFID tokens and NFC cards using Raspberry Pi and PN532 13.56MHz NFC module. For more information visit: https:// The examples are written in Python and they are available as free and open source software in GitHub: https://github.com/leon-anavi/rpi-examples

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Read NFC Tags and Cards on Android

NFC Reader is a simple and efficient tool letting you to read contact-less tags on your smartphones and tablets. NFC Reader supports various tags like NDEF, RFID, FeliCa, ISO 14443, Mifare Classic 1k, MIFARE DESFire, MIFARE Ultralight, NTAG, … NFC Reader is available on the Google Play Store in both versions : – Free supported by Ads : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ssaurel.nfcreader – Paids with no Ads : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ssaurel.nfcreader.pro Don’t hesitate to give it a try and give me your feedback in comments.

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