In this age of rapid technological advancement, wireless communication is emerging as oneof the more promising and useful forms of data transfer. It is getting more and more difficult to finda person who has never talked on a cell phone, listened to the radio, or even logged onto wirelessinternet. And one new technology that is on its way to becoming another common, everyday use of RF communication is Radio Frequency Identification (RFID). This is a new technology only aboutten years old, and it has drawn quite an interest to those who need anything from a quick inventorycount to instant price checks. Similar to bar codes, but much more powerful, RFID is a system of storing information on a tag and having the ability to read it from distances of up to forty feet. Thisyear, we propose to develop our own RFID system. We are planning to build an RFID Door Lock System. This project will use the ability of an RFID tag to signal a door to unlock. When one of these tags gets close enough to communicate with the antenna, the reader will react and unlock thedoor if the tag contains the correct information. This system will also have the ability to accept newtags into the system, and remove them.
.0 Objective of The Project
A door lock system was designed and developed with an objective to make a system that hasdual main functions compared to the other products in the current market which are, the system doesnot only automatically open and close the door for the authorized user but it also can be like a punch-card system where it has the capability to link the system to the database for a record. Thesystem consists of passive reader and door lock controller. It is an easy system to be handled andinstalled.
So with this technology, the user does not need to touch the passive tag to the receiver or reader for the authorization to check in.