Next generation identity card: RFID-based automatic access control system for universities
Rapajic, Predrag, Kabir, Ahsaul, Huang, Kao-Cheng and Wu, Ruiheng (2007) Next generation identity card: RFID-based automatic access control system for universities. In: Kartalopoulos, Stamatios, Demiralp, Metin, Mastorakis, Nikos, Soni, Ritu and Nassar, Hamed, (eds.) Selected Topics on Circuits, Systems, Electronics, Control & Signal Processing: Proceedings of the 6th WSEAS International Conference on Circuits, Systems, Electronics, Control & Signal Processing. Electrical and Computer Engineering . WSEAS Press, Singapore, pp. 480-483. ISBN 9789606766282Full text not available from this repository.
Automatic identification using RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology is a field of study attributed in identifying a person from non line of sight wireless link. The technique makes it possible to use the persons identity and control access to the services such as class rooms, labs, libraries, database access services, information services and remote access to the computers. This project represents a development of a Visual Basic and SQL Server based automatic access control system. The key idea behind it is to replace the existing Barcode System which is generally used in the identity card of the universities as well as to incorporate this technology where a decision is to be made regarding the persons right to access the services. Identity card containing small size, low cost individualized RFID tag is able to transmit and receive information to an interrogator (RFID reader). Whenever the tagged object passes within the range of an interrogator antenna, information is exchanged. This information is used to access databases to make proper decision. There will never be any confusion as each RFID tag ever made has unique tag number and it is used as the discriminative feature or primary key to design and take control over the database
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