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Re: standalone 125KHz RFID card cloner
From: Matt Neely <matt-lists () matthewneely com>
Date: Sat, 25 Sep 2010 17:57:21 -0400

Johan,

I have a Proxmark3.  With the antennas they sell at Proxmark3.com the 
read range is about an inch with the LF antenna and about half an inch 
with the HF antenna.  You could make your own custom antennas and 
increase the read the range.

The Proxmark3 is a very powerful and versatile device.  Its great if you 
want to reverse engineer or manipulate RFID tags.

Cheers,
Matt

Johan Peder Møller wrote:
Hi

Anyone tried the proxmark3?

I'm interested as to what range you can get on it.

rgds
Johan

On Thu, Sep 23, 2010 at 5:41 PM, Albert R. Campa <abcampa () gmail com 
<mailto:abcampa () gmail com>> wrote:

    do you plan on making a cheaper version of this?
    http://proxmark3.com/

    __________________________________
    Albert R. Campa



    On Thu, Sep 23, 2010 at 8:06 AM, Adrian Crenshaw
    <irongeek () irongeek com <mailto:irongeek () irongeek com>> wrote:

        Right not I plan to make a portable RFID reader with it.

        Adrian


        On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 11:05 PM, Colin Vallance
        <crvallance () gmail com <mailto:crvallance () gmail com>> wrote:

            Adrian,

            I'd be interested to hear what you end up doing with those
            if it's anything more than just exploring.  (The same goes
            for you too Larry!)

            That being said I said I was going to go buy some last
            Friday and I got to the shack they were supposed to be at
            and they couldn't find them.  >.<  I'm hoping I'll have
            another chance this week to go take a look.

            On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 7:15 PM, Adrian Crenshaw
            <irongeek () irongeek com <mailto:irongeek () irongeek com>> wrote:

                Ok, after what Matt said, and doing some more looking
                around, maybe 125Khz is used in more than just the
                hobby world. Got some bigger items on order, but Radio
                Shack was clearing out these:
                http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2906723

                Seem to work with just an FTDI cable, and for less
                than $9 I bought the last two in Louisville. :)


                Adrian

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