Make 956
Adam writes –

RFIDIOt is an open source python library for exploring RFID devices. It’s called “RFIDIOt” for two reasons:

  1. I like puns. This one stands for “RFID IO tools”
  2. Since I haven’t done any serious programming for a long time, I felt like an idiot having to learn a whole new language and the code probably looks like it’s written by an idiot. However, python rocks, so it was worth it!

What does it do?
It currently drives a range of RFID readers made by ACG, called the HF Dual ISO and HF Multi ISO, which are both 13.56MHz devices, and the LF MultiTag which is 125/134.2kHz. Frosch Hitag reader/writers are also now supported. There’s no reason it couldn’t work with others, these are just the first ones I got my hands on, and since they present themselves to the O/S as standard serial devices without having to install any drivers, it made interfacing very simple (but see the Technical Note section below as I’ve had some issues recently). I have written some example programs to read/write tags and have started on the library routines to handle the data structures of specific tags like MIFARE®. It is far from complete but I thought I’d follow the “publish early, publish often” philosophy on this one…PC/SC (MUSCLE) devices, such as the Omnikey CardMan are also supported. I am curently testing with a CardMan 5321.

RFIDIOt.org – RFID IO tools – Link.