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#1 2013-08-20 23:55:26

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RFIDler - An open source Software Defined RFID Reader/Writer/Emulator

For those who are not already aware:

Long story short - The RFIDler is a LF (125kHz - 134kHz) Reader/Writer/Emulator

More information here:
http://adamsblog.aperturelabs.com/2013/08/rfidler-open-source-software-defined.html

Here's the Kickstarter campaign:
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1708444109/rfidler-a-software-defined-rfid-reader-writer-emul


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#2 2013-08-30 10:22:58

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Re: RFIDler - An open source Software Defined RFID Reader/Writer/Emulator

Sooner or later project will be similar to proxmark. Such project just NEED some analog frontend, FPGA chip for modulation and demodulation and microcontroller with USB for configuration and data buffering.

Single microprocessor is not enought powerfull to handle USB communication and software demodulation. Of course if you choose particular modulation type and select apropriate processor, but there will be always some kind modulation which you cannot handle.

Or we could just do one step back in evolution and changes USB with RS232 which does require any computation power when not used for communication.

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#3 2013-09-01 01:30:15

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Re: RFIDler - An open source Software Defined RFID Reader/Writer/Emulator

0xFFFF wrote:

For those who are not already aware:

Long story short - The RFIDler is a LF (125kHz - 134kHz) Reader/Writer/Emulator

More information here:
http://adamsblog.aperturelabs.com/2013/08/rfidler-open-source-software-defined.html

Here's the Kickstarter campaign:
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1708444109/rfidler-a-software-defined-rfid-reader-writer-emul

This device may have its uses but, there are a host of hurdles to jump. I would think most, if not all signals, in that range are digital and encrypted. I guess you could forget that part and just concentrate on the few signals out there that are analog and without encryption.

Help me understand what you could do with this.

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#4 2013-09-01 10:42:11

asper
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Re: RFIDler - An open source Software Defined RFID Reader/Writer/Emulator

Well, for now it is stated that these tags are supported:

EM4102 / Unique
Hitag 1/2/S
FDX-B (ISO 11784/5 Animal Standard)
Q5
T55xx
Indala
Noralsy
HID Prox
NXP PCF7931
Texas Instruments
VeriChip
FlexPass

usually not encrypted. If you have proper datasheets you can add more.

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#5 2013-09-02 00:11:29

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Re: RFIDler - An open source Software Defined RFID Reader/Writer/Emulator

asper wrote:

Well, for now it is stated that these tags are supported:

EM4102 / Unique
Hitag 1/2/S
FDX-B (ISO 11784/5 Animal Standard)
Q5
T55xx
Indala
Noralsy
HID Prox
NXP PCF7931
Texas Instruments
VeriChip
FlexPass

usually not encrypted. If you have proper datasheets you can add more.

Nevermind.....for some reason I ended up at the KickStarter site for the HackRF by Michael Ossmann. Sorry for the confusion. However, now I'm puzzled why the PM3 is being re-invented all over again. You can achieve the same thing with the PM3 and even strip out all the HF stuff to streamline the FPGA and client code a bit.

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#6 2013-09-02 05:57:58

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Re: RFIDler - An open source Software Defined RFID Reader/Writer/Emulator

Rfidler is cheaper than a pm3 if you want to work with lf.

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#7 2013-09-09 12:05:13

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Re: RFIDler - An open source Software Defined RFID Reader/Writer/Emulator

asper wrote:

Rfidler is cheaper than a pm3 if you want to work with lf.

Did anyone noticed it is planned to supports only LF tags?
They are claiming that Rfidler will support HF tags in future, I doubt if it will work only with adding HF frontend.

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#8 2014-01-23 04:24:54

vivat
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Re: RFIDler - An open source Software Defined RFID Reader/Writer/Emulator

Any updates?

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#9 2014-01-23 04:41:27

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Re: RFIDler - An open source Software Defined RFID Reader/Writer/Emulator

Other than what you can find out from the Kickstarter page? Not really. It's still under development.
There is no sign of backers receiving their RFIDlers any time soon.

These types of campaigns usually run overtime.


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