Bus Pirate based RFID development board

Posted on Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 in Bus Pirate, dev boards by Ian

Stefano writes:

I’ve made a custom RFID programmer for ST’s SRIX4K chips picking as a base design your Bus Pirate.  It uses the CRX14 chip, via I2C. With a custom software you can easily read/write/modify the tag memory. I’m implementing a plugin structure in the software, I will release it asap.

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7 Responses to “Bus Pirate based RFID development board”

  1. D.Jan says:

    Hi How can I buy it? thanks

  2. Marco says:

    come posso acquistare il chip in figura?

  3. red says:

    interessa pure a me , puoi aiutarmi ?


  4. Art says:

    Hi, i can buy it ?

  5. spike says:

    Hi, How can I buy it?

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