I’m fairly new to the Cyborg life, and need some assistance… My workplace uses Paradox cards. With my flipper and my PM3, I’m able to scan and emulate my badge with no issues at all. After lots of attempts, I can’t get my flipper to write to my NeXT. As for the PM3, I can get it to write to my chip, but when I re-scan my chip to validate the clone, it shows up as an HID Prox card with completely different data… I have no idea what I’m doing wrong, and would love some tips to point me in the right direction…
Your communication channel between implant and reader needs to be good or you will likely get noise which often returns with Indala type results.
Try running an lf tune
then move your hand around perpendicular to the antenna, you are looking for the position where the voltage drops to its lowest (therefore the best coupling)
mm can matter.
Learn this position and try to replicate it every time you read/write with your PM3
Roger that. I’ve fiddled with it for quite some time, and it seems the best “tuning” i can get is somwhere around 22000-23000, which doesn’t seem very good cause when my chip is nowhere near it, It’s around 24000. When I put another lf card on it, it drops substantially to around 17000.
@scorpion Ill grab that when I’m back home this evening. Yeah, from what I’ve read, paradox is pretty tough to get right. Then even after you do, some of their readers aren’t high power to deliver to the chip to get a successful scan
Also @amal I mis-remembered the numbers from when I did a tune last night… With nothing near the PM3 during a tune, it sits around 24500, and when I move my chip around the LF antenna, it only drops to about 24200-24300.