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@ DEFCON RFID World record attempt…

Rfid-2The fellows from Flexilis went for a world record attempt on reading RFID tags from a distance. The end result was a bit over 69 feet on top of the roof of DEFCON. Project details will be in our audio show, but for now, a photo gallery of the gear….

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2 thoughts on “@ DEFCON RFID World record attempt…

  1. I want to help my daughter Brittany (14) on a learning track that could help her do a high school science fair project on RFID tag distance detection. Can a 125 MHz laser-like radio beam be created? If it were pulsed could that cause the induction field needed to cause a current to flow on the passive chip that would activate the passive RFID device?

    Then one could use a device similar to the blue-tooth snipe gun for long range detection possibly? I am just a plain guy with high school electric shop experience. So my knowledge is somewhat limited.

    Cryptonaut

    Cryptonaut at dslextreme dot com

  2. AZ EGYPERC ALTT KÉT KÉZZEL ELÉRT LEGTÖBB FEKVŐTÁMASZ REKORDJÁT SZERETNÉM MEGDÖNTENI

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