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'[TECH]Ultra thin RFID module with 5M coverage'
2009\07\03@070207 by cdb

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This means my cat flap operated via RFID could be back on the agenda.

http://www.murata.eu/mm/2007.html

Of course trying to get hold of just one to play with will be near
impossible I suppose.

Colin

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2009\07\03@123247 by Bob Blick

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cdb wrote:
>  This means my cat flap operated via RFID could be back on the agenda.
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> http://www.murata.eu/mm/2007.html
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> Of course trying to get hold of just one to play with will be near
> impossible I suppose.

That's pretty cool. The closest I ever came was thinking about using an
implanted microchip as authentication for the cat door. But I was never
convinced it would reliably work, since you almost need contact with the
cat for detection. Here is a link to a homemade microchip scanner. looks
pretty easy, as long as you know which protocol your cat's microchip is
using:

http://max-gpl.sourceforge.net/

Cheers,

Bob

2009\07\03@130916 by AGSCalabrese

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If someone gets one of these, please report how well it works
and where to get it.
Gus

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2009\07\03@180109 by cdb

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:: The closest I ever came was thinking about using an
:: implanted microchip as authentication for the cat door.

I considered that, but came up with the same problem - moggy being
chased by a ' how dare you cross my path type moggy' requires the flap
to be openable a little while before pet moggy slams into the flap.

So I gave up as I didn't want to power the pussy.

5 metres though should be plenty, if only I knew how fast my fat thing
can run (which considering he's 7kg is surprisingly fast)

Colin
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