ISSN-L: 2223-9553, ISSN: 2223-9944
Academic Study International
Vol. 2, No . 2, 03 2012
RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION (RFID) CENTERED
ATTENDANCE PROGRAM WITH AUTOMATIC DOOR PRODUCT
Ononiwu G. Chiagozie
Okorafor G. Nwaji.
Department of Electrical/Electronic Anatomist,
Federal University Of Technology, Owerri,
Department of Electrical/Electronic Architectural,
Federal College or university Of Technology, Owerri,
Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is a technology that uses radio dunes to transfer data via an electronic indicate, called RFID tag or perhaps label, attached to an object, through a reader for the purpose of identifying and tracking the object. RFID technology which is a full grown technology that has been widely used by various organizations within their motorisation systems. Through this study, an RFID centered system continues to be built in order to produce a time-attendance management system. This method consists of two main parts which include: the hardware plus the software. The hardware includes the engine unit and the RFID target audience. The RFID reader, the industry low-frequency target audience (125 kHz), is coupled to the host laptop via a serial to UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS converter cable television. The Time-Attendance System GUI was developed applying visual fundamental. Net. The Time-Attendance Management provides the functionalities of the overall system just like displaying live ID tags transactions, signing up ID, eliminating ID, documenting attendance and other minor features. This program was set up in the host computer. Keywords: Radio-frequency identification, RFID technology, radio ocean
Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is a technology that uses radio surf to transfer data coming from an electronic marking, called RFID tag or perhaps label, attached with an object, by using a reader for the purpose of identifying and tracking the object. Radio consistency identification (RFID) is a grown up technology that incorporates the application of electromagnetic or electrostatic joining in the a radio station frequency area of the electromagnetic spectrum to uniquely determine an object, animal, or person. RFID potato chips contain a radio transmitter that emits a coded recognition number once queried by a reader gadget. Some RFID tags could be read via several metres away and beyond the line of eyesight of the target audience. The application of volume reading allows an almost-parallel reading of tags. This kind of small type is integrated in customer products, as well as implanted in pets, pertaining to identification. The tag's information is placed electronically. The RFID label includes a tiny RF transmission device which transmits an encoded radio transmission to question the marking, and receiver which gets the concept and responds with its identity information. A lot of RFID tags do not make use of a battery. Rather, the label uses the radio energy sent by the audience as its power source. The RFID system design and style includes a method of discriminating a lot of tags that could be within the selection of the RFID reader. RFID can be used in numerous applications. A tag may be affixed to any object and used to monitor and control inventory, resources, people, etc . For example , it can be affixed to cars, computer equipment, books, mobile phones, and so forth The Health-related industry is using RFID to reduce counting, trying to find things and auditing things. Many finance institutions use RFID to track important assets and automate conformity. Also with recent advances in social media RFID is being utilized to tie the physical world Copyright В© 2012 SAVAP International
ISSN-L: 2223-9553, ISSN: 2223-9944
Academic Research International
Volume. 2, Number 2, Mar 2012
while using virtual globe. RFID in Social Media initial came to lumination in 2010 with Facebook's total annual conference.
RFID is a superior and more effective way of determining objects than manual system or utilization of bar code systems that have been in use since the 1970s. Furthermore, passive...
References: Mario. W. Cardullo was your first to have received the us patent to get an active RFID tag with
re-writable memory on January 23, 1973