"Passive Keyless Entry" is an access control system for vehicles, buildings or other facilities. It uses radio frequency technology to automatically determine whether the user is approaching and perform identity recognition to perform unlocking or locking actions without the need for a traditional physical key. Such systems are often based on wireless communication technologies such as Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), Ultra-Wideband (UWB), Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) or Near Field Communication (NFC). Users only need to carry a specific authentication device, such as a smart card, electronic key or smartphone. When the user approaches the receiver, the system verifies their identity and performs an unlocking action. Bluetooth is widely used in keyless entry systems, especially in keyless entry systems for two-wheelers, because of its ubiquity, ease of use, low power consumption and high security.
Among the many wireless communication technologies, Bluetooth has a wide application in keyless entry systems, especially in keyless entry systems for two-wheelers, due to its universality, ease of use, low power consumption, high security and other characteristics. application.