ProxmarkPro

by Rysc Corp

A handheld RFID & NFC test instrument optimized for untethered use in the field

View all updates May 13, 2019

Meet the ProxmarkPro

We’re happy to announce that the ProxmarkPro campaign is officially live!

The ProxmarkPro represents an evolution of the Proxmark3. The Proxmark3 is a general purpose RFID test instrument originally designed by Jonathan Westhues to snoop, listen, and emulate everything from low-frequency (LF: 125 kHz) to high-frequency (HF: 13.56 MHz) tags. These powerful capabilities can be used to research and test existing proximity technologies, as well as prototype new ones.

Proxmark is the only research and development platform targeting NFC and RFID that is capable of both transmitting and receiving while meeting the timing requirements of most proximity protocols. The Proxmark also provides full control over the radio layer, in addition to software support for several higher-level protocols (e.g., Mifare).

The LF antenna enables communication with tags that operate at 125 kHz and 134 kHz, including HID Prox II, HITAG, and EM4100. The HF antenna enables communication with tags operating at 13.56 Mhz, including Mifare Classic/Ultralight, Mifare 1K, Mifare 4K, Mifare Desfire EV1 4K, and iClass.

Learn more about the ProxmarkPro on the main campaign page.


$45,752 raised

of $25,000 goal

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Product Choices

$400

ProxmarkPro Kit

Everything you need get started with your NFC and RFID experiments, including a ProxmarkPro main unit with enclosure and 1200 mAh battery, one low-frequency (LF) antenna, one high-frequency (HF) antenna, a bundle of three HF tags, a bundle of three LF tags, one 16 GB microSD card, and a carrying pouch.


$52

ProxMark Pro Dual Band Antenna

The ProxmarkPro Dual Band Antenna includes one High Frequency (HF) and Low Frequency (LF) inductor along with tuning circuitry matched to the ProxmarkPro. The antenna is comprised of an on-board PCB trace HF antenna and a wound-wire LF antenna. The LF antenna is connected to the PCB via a JST 2-Pin connector to the board. The whole antenna is wrapped in black shrink wrap to keep everything solid in the field.

Credits

Rysc Corp

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