Monthly Archives: March 2014

Qpython Bluetooth admin permission patch

Qpython for android is very handy for getting an idea up and running quickly. There is a problem with its bluetooth permissions though which means that whenever any Bluetooth related function is run, a permissions error occurs. Sometimes the error … Continue reading

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Automated readings of an RFID tag in a metal trolley

For a college project, I’m working on an automated product identification system for trolleys used in shops. As you can see from the above picture, this would involve mounting an antenna (attached to an RFID reader) on a trolley. All … Continue reading

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Automating measurements from an RFID reader using Python

In the last blog about communicating with the Intelleflex FMR-6000 RFID reader over a TCP/IP connection, I had a Python script sending a string and then printing the reader’s response. This opened up a lot of possibilities for doing interesting … Continue reading

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Python script to get status of an RFID reader

This is the RFID reader that I am using for a college project. It can be quite labour intensive to make a lot of readings especially if the power is varied over time. The reader is connected to a computer … Continue reading

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