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Title: Door security design using radio frequency identification with a short message service warning system
Authors: Deviana, H. 
Miftakul Amin, M. 
Sandy, R. 
Nguyen, P.T. 
Hashim, W. 
Maseleno, A. 
Issue Date: 2019
Abstract: In the workspace, when we are working at home it is vital for property holders to keep up vital records and information. In this manner, the security of the workspace entryway is extremely important to build security and it can avoid burglary when the workspace isn't utilized or relinquished. The easiest security for the entryway is introducing a manual key. Yet, manual key is anything but difficult to break. With advancement of entryway security innovation it utilizes watchword, finger check, and numerous others, yet security is just to open and shutting entryway. Yet, when the entryway was persuasively opened or harmed by hoodlums, the property holder still had no data that the entryway was broken. To conquer this issue, a framework that can supplant the manual entryway bolt to a more advanced entryway security framework is required with the goal that it is difficult to separate and can see whether the entryway is opened or harmed by a cheat. To run this framework, 3 parts are utilized, to be specific RFID card as a key re-arrangement apparatus, a sensor to gauge vibration on the entryway when it is constrained open or harmed by criminals and tells the mortgage holder by means of SMS. © BEIESP.
DOI: 10.35940/ijrte.B1061.0782S219
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