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Heres an older project by Micah Dowty, that I just found out about: ahomebrew soft circuit RFID tag. Not content to justmake a homebrew RFID reader using a Propeller microcontroller, he proceeded to design an RFID tag using only anATtiny85 microcontroller and an inductor, and built an antenna for it using conductive thread. The result: a completely homebrew RFID setup, which is compatible with EM4102-style RFID tags. Awesome!

Micah is also the hacker extraordinaire who performed thesewing machine upgradewe covered recently.

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