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Texas Instruments, the world leader in digital signal processing [Mar. 29th, 2005|02:30 pm]
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Texas Instruments, the world leader in digital signal processing, analog, and RFID technologies, and Impinj, Inc, the fabless semiconductor company whose patented Self-Adaptive Silicon technology enables its high-performance radio frequency identification (RFID) products, announced their agreement to cooperate in development of products that are compliant with the Class 1, Generation 2 (Gen 2) standard recently ratified by EPCglobal Inc. This cooperation will ensure interoperability among Gen 2 products offered by the two companies, while enabling both companies to improve time-to-market for their Gen 2 offerings.

The newest and most advanced of the EPCglobal RFID specifications for the UHF band centered around 900 MHz, EPC Gen 2 overcomes limitations of EPCglobal’s older Class 0 and Class 1 specifications, providing enhanced features and improved performance such as robust operation in high-density reader environments, compliance with global spectrum regulations, superior tag throughput, field rewritability and enhanced security, privacy and robustness. According to TI, Impinj’s UHF chip design capability will greatly augment TI’s efforts to provide Gen 2 products quickly, so that customers can reap rewards from near-term RFID implementations.
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(no subject) [Dec. 7th, 2004|04:17 pm]
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ersonal tracking and recovery system :
Apparatus for tracking and recovering humans utilizes an implantable transceiver incorporating a power supply and actuation system allowing the unit to remain implanted and functional for years without maintenance. The implanted transmitter may be remotely actuated, or actuated by the implantee. Power for the remote-activated receiver is generated electromechanically through the movement of body muscle. The device is small enough to be implanted in a child, facilitating use as a safeguard against kidnapping, and has a transmission range which also makes it suitable for wilderness sporting activities. A novel biological monitoring feature allows the device to be used to facilitate prompt medical dispatch in the event of heart attack or similar medical emergency. A novel sensation-feedback feature allows the implantee to control and actuate the device with certainty.

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Revelations [Dec. 7th, 2004|04:11 pm]
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xtian_grl
ok ok i know a ton of people say "don't concentrate on the end times! The gospels and old testamen!!" Yeah but i'm going to put this in ok? Ok.

Rev 13 16-18
The second beast also forced all people small and great,rich and poor fre and slave to have a mark on their right hand or on their forehead. No one could buy or sell without this mark which is the name of the beast or the number of its name. This takes wisdom . Let the one who has understanding find the meaning of the number which is the number of a person . Its number is 666.

Alright, you'll be saying "what the hell does this has to do with the verichip?"
They are wanting to use it for BUYING AND SELLING. Haha. Yeah,that's funny huh?
Visa is going to be using the chip soon also funny huh? And people are using credit cards more than anything else!!! hehe,im done.
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How Does It Work? [Nov. 24th, 2004|09:39 am]
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How Does It Work?

Once implanted just under the skin, via a quick, simple and painless outpatient procedure (much like getting a shot), the VeriChip can be scanned when necessary with a proprietary VeriChip scanner. A small amount of radio frequency energy passes from the scanner energizing the dormant VeriChip, which then emits a radio frequency signal transmitting the individual's unique personal verification (VeriChip ID) number.

The VeriChip Subscriber Number then provides instant access to the Global VeriChip Subscriber (GVS) Registry - through secure, password-protected web access to subscriber-supplied information. This data is maintained by state-of-the-art GVS Registry operations centers in Riverside, California and Owings, Maryland.
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Why VeriChip? [Nov. 24th, 2004|09:38 am]
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Why VeriChip?

Benefits as a VeriChip Personal Verification System subscriber include:

Secure, tamper-proof microchip technology providing immediate identification and retrieval of subscriber-supplied GVS Registry information at VeriChip Affiliates
Password-protected, secure access to your records in the Global VeriChip Subscriber Registry (GVS Registry)
Support from a growing number of VeriChip Affiliate tm financial, security and healthcare organizations across the country
The flexibility to update GVS Registry information at any time by logging onto subscriber.4verichip.com
Support associates available 24/7 by calling the Subscriber hot line at 800-557-9241
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(no subject) [Nov. 24th, 2004|09:33 am]
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VeriChip TXI400L
12mm human-implantable RF/ID tag

Most people are familiar with laser scanners at supermarkets that scan bar codes and identify
goods to be purchased. Bar codes are used by the postal service to automatically identify packages and letters. VeriChip's electronic identification system provides essentially the same capability for the identification of people, where an ID system using labels is not practical.

There are two basic differences between electronic identification and bar code technology: how the ID number is read and how it is stored. Electronic identification uses a common low-power radio signal to read an ID number stored in a tiny electronic circuit rather than laser light to read a label. Electronic ID based on these radio signals is also referred to as radio frequency identification, or RFID. These low-frequency radio waves, unlike light, can penetrate all solid objects except those made of metal. Therefore, use of electronic ID allows the number to be stored inside the person, where it is permanent and is not subject to being lost or altered, out of view, or becoming worn and unreadable as an external bracelet, for example, would be.

The tiny electronic device used to store the electronic ID number is called a transponder. VeriChip's transponder is about the size of an uncooked grain of rice. The transponder is easily inserted, similar to starting an intravenous line. The device then remains within the person, where it provides a unique ID number any time it is scanned by a compatible electronic ID reading system.

VeriChip reading systems, or scanners, send a signal using a frequency of 125 kHz, much lower than the frequencies used in AM medium-wave broadcasting. The power of the radio signal sent by the scanner is less than one one-thousandth of a watt (one milliwatt), which is far less than the power transmitted by a child's two-way radio (walkie-talkie). VeriChip scanners are approved by the FCC in the US. and by similar organizations in other countries (PTT's) to operate as low-power radio- frequency devices not requiring licensing.

VeriChip's transponders are passive devices, meaning that the transponder carries no battery and remains inactive most of the time. The transponder's tiny electronic circuit is energized by the low-power radio beam sent by a compatible reading device. The transponder sends the ID number as a radio signal back to the scanner, which then decodes the number and displays it on a small screen similar to that on an electronic calculator. Since the transponder contains no battery there is nothing to wear out.

The transponders are cylindrical, measuring 11 mm in length and 2.1 mm in diameter. There are only three components inside: a
computer microchip (custom integrated circuit) that is shown in the figure on a human finger. This microchip contains the unique ID number assigned to the transponder, and all of the electronic circuitry necessary to send the number to the scanner when it receives the scanner radio signal.

The second component of the transponder is a coil of copper wire wound around a ferrite (iron) core. This functions as a tiny radio antenna to pick up the signal from the scanner, and to send the encoded ID number from the microchip back to the scanner. The third component is a capacitor used for tuning. The internal structure of the transponder is shown above.

Each transponder's unique ID number is encoded into it during the manufacturing process. A laser etches this code onto the surface of the microchip prior to transponder assembly and encapsulation in glass. Once the number is encoded it is impossible to after. Encoding of the number itself uses 38 bits of information which allows 490 billion possible ID numbers.

The outside of the transponder is a soda lime glass that has been specially selected for known biocompatibility. During manufacture, this glass is hermetically sealed so it is not possible for any moisture from the host human's body fluids to reach the electronics inside.

While glass is bio-chemically inert it is also very smooth, which, in rare instances could allow the transponder to move around in the body once injected.

Therefore, we have devised a special, porous polypropylene sheathe that covers one end of the transponder. This Biobond® coating offers a surface with which fibrous connective tissue begins to bond within 24 hours of the injection.

The site of the insertion may be the shoulder or, for identification of a medical device implant, near the implant. For these insertions, each transponder comes pre-loaded inside a needle cannula, and this assembly is packaged in a pre- sterilized plastic envelope. Each introducer set is discarded after one-time use.

Numerous studies have been performed to demonstrate the safety of the transponder. These studies have involved mammals, birds, fish, and reptiles that have shown no adverse reactions to the transponder, either biological or behavioral
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Is the VeriChip the "Mark of the Beast?" [Nov. 24th, 2004|09:29 am]
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Is the VeriChip the "Mark of the Beast?"

Within a few years a service will be available that will allow consumers to pay for merchandise using a microchip embedded beneath their skin. The VeriChip, which is about the size of a grain of rice, is Applied Digital’s new subdermal chip that could someday replace the use of all credit and debit cards. Instead of standing in long checkout lines customers could make purchases by scanning themselves with special readers.

Although the VeriChip holds the possibility of added convenience, there are already problems on the horizon. The most obvious one is the squeamishness of potential users, ascustomers will have the VeriChip embedded in their skin, which means elective surgery. Also, Applied Digital is attracting attention from some fundamentalist Christians who believe the Verichip relates to the biblical "mark of the beast." It is said that Satan will someday force people to "receive a mark" on their foreheads or hands in order to purchase or sell goods. Applied Digital officials say such concern is unfounded because people have a say in whether they want to have the chip surgically implanted.
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(no subject) [Nov. 23rd, 2004|11:59 am]
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Canada is joining the global migration to a new generation of VISA cards containing chips with microcomputers. Visa Member financial institutions will be introducing a credit card with chip technology that will offer greater convenience to consumers, provide added protection to merchants, enhance confidence in the Canadian payment
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(no subject) [Nov. 23rd, 2004|11:56 am]
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Radio Frequency ID chips will soon be in cash, credit cards, your drivers license, cheap crap at grocery stores, cars, car tires, possibly under your skin.

Wal-Mart is mandating its adoption by its suppliers, which will force all of corporate "america" to switch from bar codes, which merely track what kind of product something is, with RFID, which uses an 18 digit number to track which specific product it is. Bar codes track an model of car tire, RFID would track the specific tire -- which could then be cross-referenced in the great Homeland Insecurity Totalitarian Information Awareness uber-database. Simple RFID readers will probably be set up just about everywhere that will then read all RFID chips in the vicinity for plugging into the system. This is far, far more intrusive than the nightmarish vision of George Orwell's 1984.

The movie BRAZIL by Terry Gilliam (1985) was a warning about what type of society these sorts of technological slavery systems would create.

RFID chips don't have their own energy source, they are passive. They emit a signal when specific frequencies of radio energy are used to "paint" them. RFIDs contain tiny antennas that receive that RF energy and then re-radiate their encoded information.

The main problem to their widespread adoption is cost (it's too expensive to put them in every cereal box) and the lack of scanning systems to read them in stores. But with mass production and a few billion from Wal-Mart, the military, homeland security grants, and other rulers of the Brave New World Order, these technical obstacles will be overcome soon.
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(no subject) [Nov. 23rd, 2004|11:54 am]
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No one as of November 2004 has publicly received the actual M.O.B. VeriChip.
It appears from the latest news article from the BBC that the Chip that was placed in the ARM at the Baja Beach Club was for a limited DEBIT- Account ( Stored-Value) set up with the local retailer and was pre-paid in advance for financial transactions. They did not receive the actual VeriChip that works with the VeriPay System and is yet to come , and will perform financial transactions in REAL time.
First of all, the size of the chip in the arm was smaller than the size of the chip that will be placed in the right hand or forehead later on, as you can tell from the following articles :
"Imagine having a glass capsule measuring 1.3mm by 1mm, about the size of a large piece of rice injected under your skin.
The night club offers its VIP clients the opportunity to have a syringe-injected microchip implanted in their upper arms that not only gives them special access to VIP lounges, but also acts as a debit account from which they can pay for drinks."
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/3697940.stm
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