Date of Completion
Electrical Engineering (ELEC)
Hossein Asghari, Ph.D.
In an increasingly interconnected world, the traditional metal lock-and-key method of securing homes and businesses is becoming more outdated and inconvenient when compared to modern solutions. Modern systems are smarter, faster, lighter, more secure and more integrated than ever before. Though the costs of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) are shrinking overall, professional solutions remain prohibitively expensive. The aim of this project is to develop an inexpensive, secure, and internet-enabled RFID door authentication system. This is to transparently investigate the design limitations for these systems and help determine the ultimate feasibility of RFID growing to define the modern door-authentication standard.
Hentrup, Austin A.; Lu, Deyi; and Roldan, Peter R., "Wireless Authentication of Smart Doors Using RFID" (2016). Honors Thesis. 133.