Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2015, Volume: 8, Issue: 19, Pages: 1-5
Uday Kiran Ruttala* , M. S. Balamurugan and M. Kalyan Chakravarthi
Background/Objectives: Near Field Communication (NFC) technology follows traditional Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) standard that enables the communication using radio frequency between the devices that are separated by distance less than 10 cm. Methods/Statistical Analysis: The present work is a secured campus payment system that uses near Field Communication (NFC) technology and RFID integrated campus ID cards to make payments automatically within the organization or campus. The work is developed using an Arduino Microcontroller with PN532 based NFC controller shield and LabView. Findings: The system in implementation provides a convenient facility to act as a smart payment system in place of cash transactions with an added layer of authentication with no extra tags attached to it. Conclusion/ Improvements: The smart campus payment system in implementation can be further enhanced to include the mobile NFC as the payment authentication system with banking features attached to the mobile NFC gateway.
Keywords: Authentication System, NFC, RFID
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