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metadata.fyp.dc.title: Bluetooth Lock System
metadata.fyp.dc.contributor.*: Mohd Aizat, Ali 23-May-2012
metadata.fyp.dc.description.abstract: This research study is to design a solution for secure access control that can replace physical keys for accessing private buildings. The solution is using digital keys on Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones providing wireless and automatic unlocking. This was the best solution for fully automatic discovery and connection establishment using Bluetooth. Moreover the Bluetooth unlock system is a simple and secure authentication and access control protocol, allowing each mobile phone to unlock multiple different locks using a single identity certificate and public unencrypted digital keys. The process of unlocking the door begin when the user open the application that was created by the author. The application was called ―Bluetooth Unlock Door‖ and it was installed in a mobile phone. The author use ―Galaxy Mini‖ mobile phone as a device to connect to the Arduino. When the application started, Bluetooth from mobile phone will try to connect to the Arduino board via Bluetooth Module. Bluetooth Module will receive the connection and activate the system in Arduino. Then, the user need to fill the login to access the door. If the username/password was incorrect, text result that tell the password/username is incorrect will appear. The author tries to use the login form as a secure connection. The door will only open when username/password was correct.
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