Design Contest Flash Innovation 2003

iButton-based Personal Identification System (iBPIS)

Motorola Flash Innovation 2003 – Design Contest
Distinctive Excellence

Sunil Jha
India

Abstract:

For use in offices, the iBPIS stores personnel information on the Maxim iButton; the data then can be displayed on a PC or hand-held device through an IR link. The system consists of three modules: the 68HC908QT4-based iButton user module (iBU), the iButton enquiry module (iBE), and iButton programming module (iBP).

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Contest Ended: June 30, 2003


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