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Using a standard coil for NFC tag implant reading

Posted on Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014 in Chips, wireless by DP

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Limpkin writes:

Who knew it’d be possible to use this coil to read NFC tags?
A while ago I backed the xNT campaign , which aimed at making an NTAG216 based NFC implant for different purposes. After a few months of waiting and a few weeks of trying to find someone in Switzerland willing to do the very simple implant procedure, I finally became a cyborg.

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