VeriChip: The FDA Approved Biohack

edited August 2 in RFID/NFC

Did a write-up for the VeriChip scanner and implant that I recently received! Was a fun little exploration into one of the early RFID implants.

https://www.biohackingforhumans.com/2020/08/verichip-fda-approved-biohack.html

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  • Very interesting read! I wasn't aware of your blog either.
  • There are a number of really good ones that I don't think most people know about. 24hrengineer is a great one I haven't checked in forever. Do we have a list somewhere?
  • Thanks! Not that I know of. Do you have a link for 24hrengineer? Probably something that can be added to the biohack.me Wiki or I may create a running list myself.

  • Awww, Cass likes my blog!
    https://www.24hourengineer.com/
    He might be too modest to talk about his own, but I have no trouble telling people that
    http://augmentationlimitless.com/ should be on the list.
    Lepht Anonym keeps a sporadic blog going.
    https://sapiensanonym.blogspot.com/

  • How much attenuation is experienced with embedded RFID tags?

  • edited September 11
    @Muiren it depends on the frequency and the antenna shape/coupling. Commonly RFID uses 125kHz and 13.56MHz. In most cases the flesh doesn't attenuate the signal significantly, it's really the characteristics of the LC tank circuit in the implant that changes the performance. The shape of the reader antenna and the amplitude of the signal play a large role as well.
  • Wow so doing more reading and apparently VeriChip was implanting chips in Alzheimer's patients with only the caregivers consent. I really question whether those patients had any concept of what was happening. Super questionable.
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