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The Design and Implementation of a Door-Lock System using a smart phone on Near Field Communication environments
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 Title & Authors
The Design and Implementation of a Door-Lock System using a smart phone on Near Field Communication environments
Kim, Dong-Hyun; Ban, Chae-Hoon;
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 Abstract
The doorlock using buttons has been widely used since it does not exploit the physical key and has much functions though it is cheap. However, the doorlock has problems where it is easy to forget the secret number since the user has to remember the number and difficult to keep secure when the one secret number has been used for a long time. In this paper, we propose the doorlock system using the near field communication. The proposed system controls the open and close of the doorlock using user data acquired by the near field communication tag, The implemented doorlock system has the benefit to control the doorlock without a secret number.
 Keywords
Near Field Communication;Doorlock System;Arduino;Nfc;Smart Phone;
 Language
Korean
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