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RFID based Attendance System


RFID based Attendance System

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ECE DEPARTMENT


Thepaper describes the development of student’s attendance system based on RFIDAND GSM followed by power saving concept. The existing system includes manualattendance which is very time consuming and at the same include lots of paperwork. The drawback of this system is that the student can make proxy or may dothe sign of other student mistakenly or intentionally. Our system includesattendance of students by swiping the RFID card. This system is easilyaccessible by both  faculty and students.The faculty can easily keep therecord of the student. This system also includessending the overall attendance of the student to their HOD , so that HOD canalso be awareabout their STUDENT sincerity at same day. Keeping in mind theirImportance of Power saving, we undertook this along with attendance system. Astechnology is getting advanced people nowadays have become more depended on itand have become lazy. They want everything to get automized. Based on suchfactors power saving concept was developed. Radio frequency identification(RFID) is a matured technology that incorporates the use of electromagnetic orelectrostatic coupling in the radio frequency portion of the electromagnetic spectrumto uniquely identify an object, animal, or person. They are grouped under theautomatic identification (Auto-ID) technologies. RFID tags are not an"improved bar code" as the proponents of the technology would likeyou to believe. An RFID system consists of three components which include: anantenna, a transceiver and a transponder (the tag). The antenna and the transceiverare often incorporated into one reader. The antenna uses radio frequency wavesto transmit a signal that activates the transponder. When activated, the tagtransmits data back to the antenna. The RFID can read the tag using RadioFrequency, meaning that the RFID reader can be read from a distance, rightthrough your clothes, wallet, bags etc. An RFID tag consists of unique ID foreach tag. The RFID technology has been in existence since the early 1920s. Thistechnology has been used in libraries, museums, race timing, toll collectionand contactless payment, tracking of persons and animals etc

 

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