I knew that I wanted to use my NExT to replace the key fob at my apartment. For the other side of it, and my xSIID though, I figured I’d just mess around with contact info, URL to a pic of a middle finger, and of course the traditional dngr. us/rick URL. I’ve rewritten to both of them so many times lol
As for me, yes. I think of use cases and then figure out what implant will make that happen; along with what type to get. Yes, a flex gets better read, but I personally like that the x series implants are easier to install. I find most of my use cases fall around my work as a System Admin/IT Help Desk.
Not to jump into someone else’s thread, but I’m having a similar issue.
I had my implant put in about a month ago, so I’ve done some waiting to ensure there’s no inflammation or anything. The hf side seems to read just fine, even accidentally triggering my phone if I rest it in the back of my hand.
I’ve tried the Proxmark3 easy from DT, and the Proxmark3 RDV4 with the lf implant antenna, and the best I get is a reading where it says there’s a valid Indala ID found with a huge randomized string as the raw data. Is it possible it was implanted too deep in my hand?
Congrats on the install!
My guess is the placement/orientation of your implant on the PM3 is off. It definitely took me a while to figure out the right placement before I could clone my apartment fob to it. I kept getting the random indala results if my placement wasn’t right.
Make sure the implant is perpendicular to the antenna on the PM3. I find a good scan when my skin is touching the antenna, though others have stated some distance between your hand and the antenna helps them.
If you type “lf search; lf search; lf search” to the PM3, it’ll run 3 lf searches. I used that feature to keep it searching while I moved my hand around to find the optimal placement.
I’ve tried using lf tune to see where the voltage drops, but I never seem to get a drop of more than 0.5V. I’ve used the keychains to experiment with orientation and distance, and that will show a full volt drop, but not my hand. Does the LED implant draw more power than the RFID one?
It’s a NExT implant. Like I said, the high frequency side works just fine. I just can’t seem to get the low frequency side to read. And I do my best to make sure the implant is perpendicular to the reader antenna, but I don’t get much in the way of feedback.