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need RFID advice

Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by Luke Rex, Oct 13, 2003.

  1. Luke Rex

    Luke Rex Guest

    Hello,

    I am a student at Penn State University doing a senior design on RFID
    systems. I need as much advice as I can get about RFID. I need to
    purchase a developers kit to run tests and experiment with but I am on
    a limited budget and need a low cost RFID developer/evaluation kit. I
    was also wondering if there are companies that offer educational
    discounts on these kits. I am new to this technology, so any
    information about how to obtain a low cost kit or any information at
    all will be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks, Luke Rex
     
  2. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

     
  3. Active8

    Active8 Guest

    [/QUOTE]
    really. "on my honor..."

    i would've called microchip and started begging. lots of company links
    at that site you gave. thanks.

    mike
     
  4. Wayne Shanks

    Wayne Shanks Guest


    What are you looking to doo?

    I think If you are limited to a demo kit that is of the order of $100
    then you are stuch with a 13.56 MHz or 125 kHz system.

    If you can go 1K then a 900 Mhz demo kit can be had.

    Wayne Shanks
    (Senior RFID guy, www.Matrics.com)
     
  5. mango_pulp

    mango_pulp Guest

    i have a project to design rfid for commerical flight and shuttle..


    could anyone please help me..

    thanx
    simon
     
  6. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    Sure, glad to help you out, which way did you come in?

    Why don't you get lost?

    What a lame-ass post!

    ...Jim Thompson
     
  7. Ken Taylor

    Ken Taylor Guest

    I think he meant the airport shuttle - gotta get out of town quick,
    preferably without being identified.

    Ken
     
  8. Tim Shoppa

    Tim Shoppa Guest

    I've been peripherally involved with some RFID procurements in the
    past two years, and let me tell you, Mr. Simon's level of knowledge is
    quite typical of most customers *and* vendors. Not since the dot-com
    losers have I seen any industry so incredibly wrapped up entirely in
    buzzwords and with no clue as to business needs.

    Tim.
     
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