2019-01-17 (Th) Hackaday Summary

Long-Range RFID With Feedback
I tried getting this working in my UHFImplant project, but some Canadian researchers got to it first and with different intentions. The concept is simple, but the execution was a little harder than described. If the antenna trace for a UHF RFID tag is cut, it will not work, but when continuity is restored, the tag will work again. Pressing a button or adding a discrete sensor is possible but getting something to stick to the tag is not as easy as it sounds, I found from experience.

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