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Looking for a little help with RFID

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Hello   Iam currently researching RFID. The goal of this project is simply to be able to read a tag from a specific zone, but I had no idea the reach was so limited. Basically what I want to do is configure an old wireless router to operate at a 13.56mhz and help boost the reach of the rfid reader. is this possible?  I read about something called zigbee but am unsure if this is the right technology i should be focusing on

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Wikipedia: Radio-frequency identification (RFID) > Frequencies


Band: 13.56 MHz (HF)
Regulation: ISM band worldwide
Range: 10 cm - 1 m(eter)


FCC.gov > Understanding the FCC Regulations for Low-Power, Non-Licensed Transmitters (PDF)

Edited by SpywareDr, 21 June 2014 - 01:27 PM.

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