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NFC Secure Data Storage Using Atmega644

Summary "Enabling secure storage capabilities for sensitive data through standardized methods of encryption or multiple agent distribution." Our group chose to implement a secure form of storage for sensitive information such as passwords or identification numbers. This is modeled after Shamirs secret sharing algorithm. It allows us to distribute information regarding the secret key among several agents. In ...

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RFID sales checkout system Using Atmega644

Introduction The Elevator Pitch We successfully implemented a prototype RFID checkout system that will enable consumers to instantly pay for their entire purchase upon arrival at the register, increasing customer satisfaction, reducing retailer costs, and ultimately lowering consumer prices. Summary Shopping in the present day usually involves waiting in line to get your items scanned for checkout. This can ...

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RFID based Mobile Payment System Using Atmega644

Introduction and Rationale We used our ECE 4760 final project as a platform to develop a proof of concept for Mivo. Mivo is a low-cost, stripped down mobile payment system. Our prototype combines Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), Security Pin Authentication and Ethernet Data Transfer to provide a prototype for a low-cost secure payment system that has the potential to change lives in rural areas of dev ...

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RFID Security System Using Atmel Mega32

Introduction and Motivations: For our final project, we designed and built (and exhaustively tested) an RFID-based proximity security system for use with Cornell Identification cards, which have been RFID-embedded since fall of 2003. The idea for this project was sort of spawned from our general interest in RFID technologies and the near-simultaneous occurance of Lab 2 (Keypad Security System) and the antiq ...

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The Grillzilla Using ATMega32

Introduction: One Sentence Sound Byte: “Grillzilla - A wireless meat grilling thermometer which alerts the user whether their entrée is cooked according to USDA recommendations via LCD and voice feedback.” Summary of what we did: As the weather starts to get warmer a common type of social gathering that occurs is the barbeque. Barbeques are all about the variety of drinks, good weather, interesting company ...

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RFID security system using ATmega32 microcontroller

Introduction and Motivations: For our final project, we designed and built (and exhaustively tested) an RFID-based proximity security system for use with Cornell Identification cards, which have been RFID-embedded since fall of 2003. The idea for this project was sort of spawned from our general interest in RFID technologies and the near-simultaneous occurance of Lab 2 (Keypad Security System) and the antiq ...

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RFID Checkout System Design using ATmega644 microcontroller

The Elevator Pitch We successfully implemented a prototype RFID checkout system that will enable consumers to instantly pay for their entire purchase upon arrival at the register, increasing customer satisfaction, reducing retailer costs, and ultimately lowering consumer prices. Summary Shopping in the present day usually involves waiting in line to get your items scanned for checkout. This can result in a ...

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