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Inventory Controlling System Using RFID

hi all...

have any of you here know how to build a program like Inventory Controlling System using RFID? I'm confuse which software that i can use to create inventory system RFID. Hopefully someone could help me on this.

thanks in advance...
Sep 22 '07 #1
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Heya, Fairuz. Welcome to TSDN!

You're going to need some hardware if you want to be able to read RFID transponders.

What programming language will you be using to code your application?
Sep 23 '07 #2
Hey All,

What type of RFID reader I can use to just know how the RFID works..?
Where I can get information about test RFID readers which are less in Price and give me minimum functionality....

I am well aware about the functionality of RFID system and want to start actual work on building application.
Dec 22 '07 #3
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@diablo4303 - Sure, you need an idea of what you want to do with this system - how much information are you going to take in, what information are you going to take in, how do you want to store it, and how are you going to access it?

Something like, "I want to take in serial number, mfg number, description, size, through an RFID reader and store them in a MySQL database to be accessed through a Java interface I'm going to write".

RFID is just one part of that (as you can see). Don't focus on the minutiae when you need to get a solid grasp on the whole concept.

@chetandeshmukh0314 - Asking your question in someone else's thread is called 'thread hijacking' and is considered extremely rude. Please don't do it again. However, if you're just looking for an intro to RFID, I'd suggest the RFID experimentation kit.
Dec 23 '07 #4

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