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Learn all about NFCSession I, 15th MarchNFC applications and use 2312036099Session II, 22th MarchNFC 366231742998273Session III, 28th MarchNFC product 13508808186113Session IV, 12th AprilProduct support package for NFC Readersand NFC Connected 9706163211

Agenda2 NFC product portfolio overview NTAG I2C plus CLRC663 plus PN5180 PN7462 family PN7150 NFC product selection guide

NFC productportfolio snapshot3

NFC focus products for each application needICs for tags, labels and cardsTypical applicationHigh endSecurity, Features and priceNHS3100 / NHS3152Sensing & loggingNFC sensor tag with programmable ARM coreAccess managementMIFARE DESFire EV2Common Criteria EAL 5 security certifiedNTAG 413 DNAType 4 tag with AES security, AuthenticatedNDEF messageICODE DNAType 5 tag with AES securityNTAG 213/ NTAG213 Tag TamperBrand protectionConsumable taggingType 2 Tag, UID mirror, counter, tamper loopICODE SLIX2Entry levelType 5 tag, 2528b UMConsumer InteractionProduct authenticationNTAG 210µType 2, originality signatureUp to 10 cm4Up to 1mRange

NFC focus products for each application needReaders/connected tags: for embedded electronicsSpecialistOne chip system, programmable NFCcontroller with DPCHigh-perf full NFC with DPCPN7462 familyFeatures and pricePN5180All roundSingle-chip MCU withintegrated NFC tagLPC8N04Entry levelHigh-perf multi-protocol readerCLRC663 plusPlug&Play NFC for Linux, Android,WinIoTPN7150Proximity&vicinity readersMFRC630NTAG I²C plus(ISO14443A – Reader for NTAG and MIFARE productfamilies)SLRC610(ISO15693 / ISO18000-3M3 - Reader for ICODE family)5Connected tag solutionsNFC Frontend solutionsNFC controller solutionsNFC tags with non-volatile memory and hostconnection or integrated MCUNFC reader with NFC Reader SW LibraryNFC reader with integrated32-bit Cortex MCU and either integratedfirmware or freely programmable memoryNFC products explained in detail in this presentation

NTAG I2C plus6

NTAG I²C plus – The simplest & lowest BoM NFC Solution Low Bill of MaterialPassword authentication and originality signatureEnergy harvesting and field detectionFast & convenient data exchange via a 64 bytes SRAM bufferFull interoperability: NFC Forum and ISO/IEC 14443 compliantNTAG I²C plus Explorer Kit with design and software sources7

NTAG I²C plus product featuresFeaturesPackagesNFC interfaceISO/IEC 14443-3 Type A compliantNFC Forum Type 2 TagXQFN81.8 x 2.6 x 0.5 mmMemory1912 or 888-bytes user memory area64-bytes SRAM buffer for data transferTSSOP83 x 3 x 1.1 mmSO84.9 x 3.9 x 1.75 mmHost interfacesI²C slave 100/400 Kbit/sField detection pinEnergy harvestingUp to 15mWData transferPass-through mode with 64-byte SRAM bufferFAST WRITE and FAST READ NFC commands forhigher data throughputSecurity7-byte Unique IdentifierOne time programmable Capability ContainerRead-only lockingElliptic curve based originality signatureData access protection from NFC and I2C perspectiveTemperature range-40ºC, 105ºCMore info: 22118

NTAG I²C plus target marketsINDUSTRIAL Parametrization using NFC avoids opening the housingFull interoperability with NFC-enabled devicesNon-volatile memory area to store application data.Energy harvesting allows operation without power supply/BatteryLOGISTICS Zero power operation with non-volatile data storage Password protection to prevent unauthorized data manipulation Unique ID optimizes inventoryINTERNET OFTHINGS NFC for intentional and easy commission devices to a network Non-volatile memory area to store application data.9SMARTMETERS Meter maintenance via NFC avoids opening the housing. Full interoperability with NFC-enabled devices Password protection to prevent unauthorized data manipulationELECTRONICSHELF LABEL De facto standard in ESLs used for maintenance or for moreintuitive customer interaction Zero power operation with non-volatile data storage Password protection to prevent unauthorized access.CONSUMERELECTRONICS NFC for intentional and easy commission devices to a network Full interoperability with NFC-enabled devices Non-volatile memory area to store application data.

Zero power device and at the same time real time NFC modemWrite to EEPROM with zero power Even with an unpowered device, the NFC interface can still operate andwrite into the EEPROM. Later, when the device has power, the microprocessor can access thepreviously written data via the I2C interface. Similarly, the microprocessor can write data to the EEPROM while poweredfor later access via the NFC interface whether or not the device has power.10Data exchange from NFC to the MCU using the SRAM The NTAG I²C plus tag chip operates like a modem when in this mode. Data flows from the NFC interface through an SRAM buffer to the I²Cserial bus interface or vice versa. The on-chip, 64-byte SRAM buffer allows unlimited read and write cycles.

NTAG I2C plus: memory access configurationData access protection from NFC and I2C perspectiveEEPROMRead & WriteAfter 32-bitpasswordauthentication onlyWRITEProtectionorREAD & WRITEProtectionWRITEProtectionorREAD & WRITEProtectionI2CI2C protectedmemory accessRF/NFC protectedmemory accessProtected memory Access rights can be setindependently between I2C and RF11Unprotectedmemory access

NFC Connected Tags comparisonNTAG213FNTAG216FNTAG I2C plusUser memory144 bytes888 bytes888 / 1912 bytesI2C interface--Yes106 kbps106 kbps106 kbpsFast read commandYesYesYesFast write command--YesOriginality signatureYesYesYesNFC CounterYesYes-Field detectionYesYesYesMemory access protection via RF interfaceR/WR/WR/WMemory access protection via I2C interface--R/WEnergy Harvesting--YesPass-through mode--YesHXSON4HXSON4XQFN8, TSSOP8, SO8FeatureBaud rateDelivery form12

CLRC663 plus13

CLRC663 plus family - push your design fasterBest performance at lowest power consumptionExtended Low Power Card Detection range with new configuration options. Low supplyvoltage for battery support down to 2.5VDesign flexibilityMax. operating transmitter current of 350mA with limiting value of 500mA broadtemperature range from -40 C to 105 CBackward compatible to CLRC663Pin-to-pin and software compatible to CLRC663Faster time-to-marketComplete support package including EMVCo compliant NFC SW library and NFC Cockpitwith VCOM interface and easy antenna configuration14

CLRC663 plus vs CLRC663250mA350mA500mAMaximum operating transmitter current increasesby 40% for CLRC663 plus with 2x the limitingvalue of the CLRC663CLRC663CLRC663 plus26mm66mmCLRC663 plus has new configuration options(2)enabling up-to 2.5x the detection range inLPCD(1) modeCLRC663CLRC663 plus-40 C -25 C85 C105 CCLRC663 plus has an automotive or industrialoperating temperature range:-40 to 105 CCLRC663CLRC663 plus2.5V3.0V5.5VCLRC663CLRC663 plus15CLRC663 plus enables better support for batterypowered systems

CLRC663 plus product featuresSupported RF protocolsFeaturesNFC interfaceFull RF standard complianceEMVCo 2.6 L1 analog & digital complianceHost interfacesI²C (1000Kbps), SPI (10Mbps), UART (1228.8Kbps)SAM interface in X-modeUp to 8 GPIORF transmittersupply voltage2.5 to 5.5 VOperatingtransmitter current350 mA (max), 500 mA (Lim.)Power managementFlexible and efficient power saving modes includinghard power down, standby and LPCDLPCD range(EMVCo RefPICC)66 mmOperating ambienttemp. range-40ºC, 105ºCFIFO buffer512 bytesWaveform controlYesIntegrated PLLIntegrated PLL provides external system clock from27.12MHz RF crystalMore info: / Write modeISO/IEC 14443A (NTAG and MIFARE productfamily)ISO/IEC 14443BJIS X 6319-4 (comparable with FeliCa1 scheme)ISO/IEC 15693 (ICODE SLIX, SLIX2, DNA)ISO/IEC 18000-3 mode 3/ EPC Class-1 HF (ICODE ILT)Peer-to-Peer modePassive-Initiator according to ISO/IEC 14443A(106kbit/s)and FeliCa (212 and 424kbit/s)PackagesHVQFN32Wettable flanks5 x 5 x 0.85 mmNFCfrontendCLRC633 plus

CLRC663 plus target marketsPAYMENTTERMINALACCESS CONTROL Highest transmitter current. EMVCo 2.6 L1 analog and digital compliant. Broad temperature range -40ºC to 105ºC Pin-to-pin and SW compatible to CLRC663.GAMING Extended Low Power Card Detection range with new configuration options. Low supply voltage for battery support down to 2.5 V.17

Low Power Card Detection – Charge Pump option𝐼Low power card llingI𝑅𝐹 𝑂𝑁t𝑠𝑡𝑎𝑛𝑑𝑏𝑦𝐼The charge pump increases theoutput power at TX pins (i.e RF fieldstrength) during the RF on time.StandbyPollingPollingUp to 2.5 higher detection ranget𝑠𝑡𝑎𝑛𝑑𝑏𝑦18𝑡t𝑅𝐹 𝑂𝑁Low power card detection withCharge Pump enabledI𝑅𝐹 ��𝑒𝑟𝑎𝑔𝑒StandbyStandbyStandbyIdeal for applications wherethe detection range might bemore importantIncrease current Standbyt𝑅𝐹 𝑂𝑁𝑡

Low Power Card Detection – LPCD filter𝐼Low power card llingI𝑅𝐹 𝑂𝑁Second periodThird periodDurationResultNo wake up--RfonReturn toLPCDWake updetectedNo wake up-Rfon 32 tcReturn toLPCDWake updetectedWake updetectedNo wake upRfon 64 tcReturn toLPCDWake updetectedWake updetectedWake updetectedRfon 64tcWake uptc 1/13.56MHz 32 tc 2.5µsLow power card detection with LPCD filter“Extended” LPCDpoll if card detectedin first periodPollingStandbyPollingRegular LPCD pollif no card detectedin first periodt𝑠𝑡𝑎𝑛𝑑𝑏𝑦19𝑡t𝑅𝐹 𝑂𝑁I𝑅𝐹 ��𝑣𝑒𝑟𝑎𝑔𝑒First periodStandbyThe LPCD filter improves the card detectionrobustness: Reduces the risk of fail detections,especially in the case of spike noise Increases average current t𝑅𝐹 𝑂𝑁𝑡

CLRC663 plus family membersFeatureCLRC663 plusMFRC630 plusISO/IEC14443-A (MIFARE / NTAG)YesYesISO/IEC14443-BYesJISX6319-4 - FeliCaYesISO/IEC15693 – ICODE SLIX/DNAYesYesYesISO/IEC18000-3M3 – ICODE ILTYesYesYesISO/IEC18092 passive initiatorYesOperating transmitter currentLPCD(1) range(2) (EMVCo RefPICC)Operating ambient temp. rangeRF transmitter supply voltagePackage typeSLRC610 plus1.2.SLRC610Yes350 mA (max), 500 mA (lim)250 mA (max)66 mm26 mm-40 ºC to 105 ºC-25 ºC to 85 ºC2.5 to 5.5 V3.0 to 5.5 VHVQFN32 with wettable flanksHVQFN32 MFRC630 plus and MFRC630 (ISO14443A – Reader for NTAG and MIFARE product families) SLRC610 plus and SLRC610 ISO15693 and ISO18000-3M3 – Reader for ICODE family All derivatives are pin-to-pin compatible20MFRC630Low Power Card DetectionAll detection ranges measured using the standard CLRC663 plus developmentboard (CLEV6630B) operated with external power supply at room temperature


PN5180 - The best full NFC frontend on the marketContactless high power NFCDynamic Power Control - strong RF performance in harsh environmentsNFC Cockpit design-in toolNFC Forum, EMVCo and ISO/IEC compliant libraryNFC frontend development kit OM25180FDK22

PN5180 product featuresSupported RF protocolsFeaturesNFC interfaceFull RF standard complianceEMVCo 2.6 L1 analog & digital complianceAutomatic HW EMD handlingHost interfacesSPI up to 7MbpsIRQ and BUSY signal for improved hostcommunicationUp to 7 outputsRF transmittersupply voltage2.7 to 5.5 VOperatingtransmitter current250 mADynamic Power Control (DPC)Waveform controlAdaptive waveform control (AWC)Operating ambienttemp. range-30ºC, 85ºCReceiver controlAdaptive receiver control (ARC)PackagesHVQFN406 x 6 x 1 mmTFBGA645.5 x 5.5 x 0.85 mmMore info: / Write modeISO/IEC 14443A (NTAG and MIFARE productfamily)ISO/IEC 14443BJIS X 6319-4 (comparable with FeliCa1 scheme)ISO/IEC 15693 (ICODE SLIX, SLIX2, DNA)ISO/IEC 18000-3 mode 3/ EPC Class-1 HF (ICODE ILT)Peer-to-Peer modePassive-Initiator / Passive-TargetActive-Initiator / Active-TargetCard emulationISO/IEC 14443A (up to 848 kbit/s)Active Load ModulationNFCfrontendPN5180

PN5180 target marketsPAYMENT, POS &mPOS TERMINALS PHYSICAL ACCESSCONTROLFull interoperability with NFC-enabled devicesHigh RF field output powerDPC simplifies operation in harsh environmentTFBGA package eases PCI certificationEMVCO L1 compliancy INDUSTRIALAND eGOV24 Full interoperability with NFC-enabled devicesMulti Card protocol supports any card readingDPC simplifies operation in harsh environmentLow power card detection extends battery lifeHigh RF field output powerDPC simplifies operation in harsh environmentIntegrated EMD handling for robust communication linksVicinity card standards support for industrial applicationsISO/IEC 14443 compliant library reduces design in cycles

Dynamic Power Control feature (DPC)DynamicRegulationof Transmitter current for detuning compensationH-Field within the operating volumeModulation index and rise/fall timesDynamic Power Control enables up to 30% increase of thenominal driver current at same max driver spec25

Adaptive waveform control (AWC) principle Using the specific register and settings, we can modify the rise and fall times, the undershoot pattern, the residual carrier and SC shaping.With the proper setting, we can eliminate the undershoot and overshoot issues, allowing us to easily pass the EMVCo L1 certification.Standard Type A pulse without TX shaping26Standard Type A pulse with TX shaping

PN7462 family27

PN7462 family – The first all-in-one full NFC solutionState-of-the-art reader solution on a single chipContact and contactless interfaces with full MIFARE family support powered by an ARM Cortex-M0 coreAll integrated although highly customizable160/80kB Flash memory, USB, GPIOs, various host and master interfacesFaster time-to-marketComplete support package including NFC Forum compliant SW library and source code of typical applicationsSmaller footprint at lower system BOMReducing system components and PCB by up to 50% in typical applicationsNFC controller development kit OM27462CDKP28

PN7462AU product featuresSupported RF protocolsFeaturesNFC interfaceFull RF standard complianceEMVCo 2.6 L1 analog & digital complianceAutomatic HW EMD handlingContact interfaceClass A, B, C card supportedContact EMVCo 4.3 complianceFully integrated ISO/IEC 7816-3&4 UARTBaud rate up to 1Mbit/sCapability to drive external frontend for SAMsCPU coreCortex M0 160kB flash, 12kB RAM, 4kB EEPROM,clock 20MHzFreely programmable MCU (160KB)Interfaces andGPIOsOne configurable host interface: I2C (1000Kbps), SPI(7Mbps), USB, HSUART (1228.8Kbps)Two master interfaces: I2C and SPI12 to 21 GPIOsRF transmittersupply voltage2.7 to 5.5 VOperatingtransmitter current250 mADynamic Power Control (DPC)Waveform controlAdaptive waveform control (AWC)Operating ambienttemp. range-40ºC, 85ºCReceiver controlAdaptive receiver control (ARC)29More info: / Write modeISO/IEC 14443A (NTAG and MIFARE productfamily)ISO/IEC 14443BJIS X 6319-4 (comparable with FeliCa1 scheme)ISO/IEC 15693 (ICODE SLIX, SLIX2, DNA)ISO/IEC 18000-3 mode 3/ EPC Class-1 HF (ICODE ILT)Peer-to-Peer modePassive-Initiator / Passive-TargetActive-Initiator / Active-TargetCard emulationISO/IEC 14443A (up to 848 kbit/s)Active Load ModulationPackagesHVQFN649 x 9 x 0.85 mmVFBGA644.5 x 4.5 x 0.8 mmNFC Controller withapplicationPN762

PN7462 family target marketsACCESS CONTROL Single chip solution for standalone readers Broad temperature range from -40 to 85 C Full NFC-enabling communication with cards and phonesHOME BANKING &PAYMENT Single chip solution: USB, contact and contactless interfaces EMVCo L1 compliance for interoperability with payment cards30MULTI-MARKETUSB READER Highly customizable interfaces Complete PSP with NFC Forum and EMVCo L1 SW Source code of typical applications

PN7462 all-in-one solution5VFull NFC frontend, withembedded contact interfaceEmbedded Cortex M0 for customapplications, cost and space savingSPI masterUSB27.12MHzPN7462Contactless IFI2C masterContact IFEMVCo compliant contactlessand contact interfaces31GPIOs

PN7462 as a payment co-processor for a POS systemTDA8026SAMsI2CAUX I/O27.12MHzSPIPN7462Contactless IFISO/IEC7816EMVCo compliantcontactless and contactinterfaces32PN7462 as EMVCo L1 coprocessorPCIcompliantCPUUSB

PN7462 family membersPN7462 familyPN7462AUPN7362AUPN7360AUItem 360UHNPN7360AUEVPackage typeHVQFN64VFBGA64HVQFN64VFBGA64HVQFN64VFBGA64NFC Forum complianceYesReader / writer supportISO/IEC 14443A (MIFARE/NTAG), 14443B, 15693 (ICODE SLIX/DNA), 18000-3m3 (ICODE ILT) and JIS X 6319-4 (FeliCa)Card emulationISO14443-4 Type AP2P (ISO18092)Full passive and active initiator and target modesOperating transmitter current250 mA (max.) with Dynamic Power Control, Adaptive Waveform Control and Adaptive Range ControlIntegrated MCU20 MHz Cortex M0 Core with 12 kB RAM and 4 kB EEPROMInterfacesGPIOs, master/slave SPI and I²C, host USB and HSUARTSupply voltage2.7 to 5.5 V-40 to 85 COperating ambient temp. rangeAvailable flash memory160 KBISO/IEC7816-3&4 UARTGeneral purposes I/OContact interfaceDevelopment kitDevelopment board3380 kBYesNo12 up to 2114 up to 21Class A, B and CNoOM27462CDKP (12NC 9353 639 45598)PNEV7462C (12NC 9353 635 25598)


PN7150 – Plug-and-play NFC solutionsVery easy to integrate thanks to embedded firmware and NCI standardizedinterfaceComplete, power-efficient NFC control.Active Load Modulation to enhance the card mode performancesLinux, Android and Windows IoT drivers ease integration and reduce timeto market Low cost Bill of Material, with HVQFN40 package enabling low cost PCBmanufacturing packageFull interoperable and NFC Forum-compliant controllerSingle Board Computer kits for easy integration into platforms such asRaspberryPi, BeagleBone Black and board with Arduino-compatible headers.35

PN7150 product featuresSupported RF protocolsFeaturesNFC interfaceFull NFC Forum compliancy with small form factorantennaCPU coreCortex M0 with embedded firmwareHost interfacesDirect connection to the main host or microcontroller,by I2C-bus physical and NCI 1.0 protocolI2C interface: 3.4 Mbit/sIRQ signal for improved synchronizationSupply voltage host interface: 1.8V or 3.3VPower managementunitUltra-low power consumption in polling loop modeHighly efficient integrated power management unit(PMU) allowing direct supply from a batteryRF TransmitterSupply voltage: 2.7V to 4.75VSupply current: 180 mA / 250 mA (max)Temperature range-30C, 85CPackagesHVQFN406 6 0.85 mmWLCSP422.88 2.80 0.54 mm (backside coating included)More info: / Write modeISO/IEC 14443A (NTAG and MIFARE productfamily)ISO/IEC 14443BJIS X 6319-4 (comparable with FeliCa1 scheme)ISO/IEC 15693 (ICODE SLIX, SLIX2, DNA)Peer-to-Peer modeP2P Active, Initiator and TargetP2P Passive, Initiator and TargetCard emulationNFC Forum T4T, ISO/IEC 14443ANFC Forum T3T, FelicaNFC Controller withintegrated firmwarePN7150


PN7150 software drivers for SW integration into any platformLinux NFC architectureLinux integration isoffered through NXP’sLinux libnfc-nci SW stack38Android NFC architectureAndroid integration is offeredthrough the Android AOSP SWstack for which NXP deliversdedicated patches.Windows NFC architectureWindows integration is offeredthrough Microsoft Windowsuniversal NFC device driver model,NullOS/RTOS architectureNullOS/RTOS integration isdemonstrated with code examplesrunning on NXP’s LPC , Kinetis andi.MX MCUs

PN7150 family membersPN7150 familyPN7120Package typeVFBGA49HVQFN40WLCSP42NFC Forum complianceYesReader / writer supportISO/IEC 14443A (MIFARE/NTAG), 14443B, 15693 (ICODE SLIX/DNA), and JIS X 6319-4 (FeliCa)Card emulationISO14443-4 Type AP2P (ISO18092)RF driver supply voltageTransmitter supply current2.7V or 3.3 V2.7V to 4.75V150 mA180 mANCI interface over I2C bus high speed modeOperating ambient temp. rangeLoad modulation conceptISO14443-4 Type A, FeliCaFull passive and active initiator and target modesHost interface39PN7150-30 ºC to 85 ºCPassive load modulationActive and passive load modulation

Product selection guide40

NFC product selection path for embedded electronicsPassive solutionActive solutionMy device will onlycommunicate with NFCphones or readersMy device willcommunicate with NFCphones, readers and tagsI want highest integration(single chip MCU passive NFC interface)I want a flexibleadd-on to anexisting MCU/MPULPC8N04NTAG I²C plusI want highest integration(single chip MCU FullNFC reader)PN7462 NFCcontroller family withcustomizable FWPN71xx NFC controllerwith integrated FWI need full NFC functionalityincluding Card emulation andPeer-to-peerPN5180 FullNFC frontend41I have an applicationsprocessor running Linux,Android or WinIOTI have an MCU runningRTOS or no OSMy device will interactwith contactless cardsor NFC phonesHigh performancemulti-protocolreaderReader for NTAG /MIFARE productsCLRC663 plus NFCfrontendMFRC630, ISO/IEC14443Areader frontendReader forICODE productsSLRC610, ISO/IEC15693and ISO/IEC18000-3M3reader frontend

NFC product portfolio comparisonNTAGplusI2CZero PowerAccessEnergyHarvestingRead&WriteUp to15mWEmbeddedMCUNFCTagOutputPowerCard inhost modeReader & WriterP2P modeISO/IEC7816interfaceTagType 2CLRC663plusReaderTag Type1,2,3,4,5 PN5180ReaderTag Type1,2,3,4,5 ISO18000-3M3Active&PassivePN7150Yes, nonRewritable FWReaderTag Type1,2,3,4,5 3Active&PassivePN7462AUYes,custom FWReaderTag Type1,2,3,4,5 0-3M3Active&PassiveCardemulation42DPCRead & WritePeer-to-PeerYesYesYes


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NFC tags with non-volatile memory and host connection or integrated MCU All round High-perf multi-protocol reader CLRC663 plus Entry level Specialist e Plug&Play NFC for Linux, Android, WinIoT PN7150 One chip system, programmable NFC controller with DPC High-perf full NFC with DPC PN

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