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  • Credit Card Reader Using PIC12C509
    Many people carry one or more magnetically encoded cards with them for accessing a range of services. Perhaps the most common example is the credit card or bank ATM card, but increasingly they are being used for access control, employee time logging, customer loyalty schemes, club membership
  • Application: Hotel Card Reader - Reed Sensor
    Card readers have come under increased use in hotels and a host of other card detection activities. With the dramatic increase in use, the quality and reliability have become big factors in shaping the technology used for card detection. Furthermore, power requirements can play an important role
  • Magnetic Stripe Reader
    Magnetic stripe readers (MSRs) are widely used in many different applications such as point-of-sale terminals and key card readers. The C8051F330 is capable of integrating MSR functionality in a very small space with few external components. The high-speed, high-resolution ADC, coupled with a fast
  • Smart Computing Article - From The Photo Files
    A memory card reader, such as this CompactFlash reader by SanDisk, can make image transfer from a card to a Many users eventually turn to card readers for transferring images to a PC. There are several benefits to using a card reader. First, card readers do not require batteries; a card reader
  • Bigger, Faster, More Complicated
    Today it may be part of the universal human condition. From the grandmother trying to email the right size photo from her smartphone, to the pro photographer hunting around for an SD card reader, and the vision system designer trying to account for high-speed, high resolution area scan sensors
  • Computer Power User Article - MSI mPC 51PV
    Card Reader; 802.11b/g Small form factor systems have increased in popularity ever since Shuttle introduced the SV24 to the
  • Computer Power User Article - Shuttle SB95P
    February 2005 Vol.5 Issue 2 Page(s) 27 in print issue Add To My Personal Library Specs: LGA775, 2GB max DDR2-533, Intel 925X/ICH6-R chipset, 7.1-channel high-def audio, GbE, 4 SATA ports with Matrix RAID, 350W power supply, PCI-E x16 graphics, 4 USB 2.0, 2 IEEE 1394, 6-in-1 card reader
  • Computer Power User Article - PC Modder
    desktop chassis with hidden front-panel USB and FireWire connectivity and a 7-in-1 card reader. An LCD display on the front is backlit in blue, relaying CPU fan speed, processor temperature, date, time, and
  • Computer Power User Article - Shuttle SB86i – BTX Hits Retail
    graphics, 4 USB 2.0, 2 IEEE 1394, 8-in-1 card reader When Intel shipped its first round of BTX review systems, I was a
  • Wired 7.05: Fetish
    input comes in live via the CCD and microphone. Then your computer can grab the encoded files through the serial or SCSI ports or with a PC-card reader. If
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Taiwan's Alcor Micro announces USB-based smart-card chip TAIPEI, Taiwan - Taiwan's Alcor Micro Corp. here unveiled what the company claims is the world's first single-chip, smart-card reader chip. The new controller, called the AU9510, combines a smart card reader function, a Universal Serial Bus
  • Computer Power User Article - A Tale Of Two SFF Innovations: Biostar vs. Foxconn
    ; Ports: 2 1394a, 4 USB 2.0, 1 PCI-E GbE LAN (BCM5751), 7-in-1 card reader, IR receiver, SPDIF in and out Our 300G, based

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