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I'm having problem. i want to make a project. security door with password remote controll. help me for refferences for it. thanks for all
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Search this forum and the old forum below using key words of your project to see previous discussions on similar projects.

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I'm having problem. i want to make a project. security door with password remote controll. help me for refferences for it. thanks for all

Sorry to say this, but you are so wrong. You don't have a problem, yet. When you start your project, you will get some...
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I guess you'll have to split your projects in different parts.

1 is the lock on the door
2 the way people have to enter their codes/passwords. (keyboard, wireless ?)
3 perhaps some sort of display to show 'm what their doing
4 getting each part to work individually
5 combining them together

One could think of more things like triggering an alarm, different codes for different people to know who's in or... opening the hatch below the burglar after 3 mistakes.

Knowing enough about programming and electronics to finish a project like this is a must. 

Unfortunately you haven't told us whether you already know a bit about programming and electronics/micro-controllers.

If not it's probably best to start with simple electronics/programming.
Once you know that it's a lot easier to start combining the different pieces of your project.
http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/HomePage

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