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Using X10 Home Automation and Linux to manage your home internet connection

Using X10 Home Automation and Linux to manage your home internet connection

Monitor the internet connection via shell script, and power cycle the modem with a couple of X10 home automation modules fit the internet is unreachable.

http://www.evillawngnome.com/2007/06/20/using-x10-home-automation-and-linux-to-manage-your-home-internet-connection/

DIY Infrared Security Camera

DIY Infrared Security Camera

I just wanted to take a webcam and make it infrared, but in the process of disassembly i destroyed the lens. in my search for a replacement lens, the idea grew to use a camcorder so that i could use the zoom feature. i played around with the idea and this is what it turned out to be.

http://computerguru365.blogspot.com/2006/07/diy-infrared-security-camera.html

13.56 MHz RFID Power System

13.56 MHz RFID Power System

The report focuses on how low powered, low frequency RFID reader is able to detect and identify the RF Tag at a greater distance with the assistance of the RF power system.

http://www.engr.sjsu.edu/rkwok/projects/shopcart2B.pdf

Radio Frequency Identification System

Radio Frequency Identification System

The project was designed as a representation of the library application of a complete RFID system. The requirements were that four unique tags be detected within a distance of .5 m or more from the transmitter/receiver, with the programming set to identify each tag, and list information about each object tagged.

http://www.engr.sjsu.edu/rkwok/projects/RFID1.pdf

Smartcard-controlled Relay

Smartcard-controlled Relay

This design uses a smart card to enable a relay. It fires a relay when a card with the correct code is inserted. A Nutchip recognizes its mating smart card among thousand similar ones and the smart card sends a digital code among thousands different codes.

http://www.riccibitti.com/NUT_chips/card/card.htm

How to Create RFID Access for Your Front Door

How to Create RFID Access for Your Front Door

There are many uses for RFID such as supply chain management, but access control is one of the most relevant applications for personal use. Many people use RFID access cards to get into buildings, use elevators, or even open the doors to those special penthouse type hotel suites. Setting up your own front door (or any door for that matter) with an RFID enabled access mechanism is pretty easy.

http://www.extremetech.com/article2/0,1697,1938953,00.asp