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a second question
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a second question

by xoxos on Thu Aug 04, 2011 9:31 pm

that's a shame :) it seems as if one of your products is ideal for this application given the frequencies, which would be applicable to several colleagues.


1) may i ask you to delete the other thread, or at least my second, detailed post?


2) perhaps you can offer guidelines on another matter.

schematics for RFID zappers are everywhere online, there are instructional videos for building them out of disposable cameras, or even a moderately sized cap and a casually coiled wire. it is hardly taboo to build an RFID zapper.

using a coiled wire, since that is the more primitive and thus readily available method, what voltage do you estimate would be adequate for disabling an RFID an inch or two inside the body of say a farm animal, where they are commonly used?

gratefully,
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Re: a second question

by adafruit on Thu Aug 04, 2011 10:14 pm

xoxos wrote:that's a shame :) it seems as if one of your products is ideal for this application given the frequencies, which would be applicable to several colleagues.


1) may i ask you to delete the other thread, or at least my second, detailed post?


2) perhaps you can offer guidelines on another matter.

schematics for RFID zappers are everywhere online, there are instructional videos for building them out of disposable cameras, or even a moderately sized cap and a casually coiled wire. it is hardly taboo to build an RFID zapper.

using a coiled wire, since that is the more primitive and thus readily available method, what voltage do you estimate would be adequate for disabling an RFID an inch or two inside the body of say a farm animal, where they are commonly used?

gratefully,


1) deleted
2) sorry we don't know what voltage would be adequate for disabling an RFID an inch or two inside the body of say a farm animal.

thanks,
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Re: a second question

by xoxos on Thu Aug 04, 2011 10:23 pm

cheers,

>>
Your "art project," a black metal box with wires protruding from it,
was discovered by the Campus Police attached to a girder in East
Garage

i guess admin contacted you about that... :)



i had a friend that went to MIT, eric cassetti, dead now. my own schoolmate, gabrielle giffords, you've probably heard her story.

stay up, and thank you for sharing your talents.

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