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Semiconductor Solutions for the Development of the RFID Technology in BrazilChief Design and Institutional Relations Offic...
Agenda1. Introduction2. RFID IC Design Challenges3. RFID Brazilian Market4. CEITEC and its RFID Products5. Final Considera...
Semiconductor Industry DriversIntroduction
IntroductionConnected Objects
[1] Sundmaeker et al., eds., “Vision and Challenges for Realizing the Internet of Things”, IoT European Research Cluster, ...
• ID‐only• Ultra low cost• Very high volumesIntroductionRFID Market Segments
• Value‐added• Higher profit margins• Still high volumesIntroductionRFID Market Segments
Agenda1. Introduction2. RFID IC Design Challenges3. RFID Brazilian Market4. CEITEC and its RFID Products5. Final Considera...
ModulatorDemodulatorNVMorOTPPower-OnResetClockGeneratorMemoryControlEncoderDecoderCommandDecoderMainControl(FSM)PMUFlagsCr...
 Low cost Low power Small footprint Reduced pin count Mixed‐signalChallengesRFID IC DesignChallenges
RFID IC DesignChallenges Low cost Low power Small footprint Reduced pin count Mixed‐signal High volume, low cost app...
RFID IC DesignChallenges Low cost Low power Small footprint Reduced pin count Mixed‐signal Passive RFIDs:– No batter...
RFID IC DesignChallenges Low cost Low power Small footprint Reduced pin count Mixed‐signal Increase number of dice p...
RFID IC DesignChallenges Low cost Low power Small footprint Reduced pin count Mixed‐signal Reducing pad count reduce...
[5] Abdennadher, S. ; Shaikh, S. A. “Practices in Mixed-Signal and RF IC Testing.” Design & Test of Computers, IEEE, Volum...
Agenda1. Introduction2. RFID IC Design Challenges3. RFID Brazilian Market4. CEITEC and its RFID Products5. Final Considera...
 RFID and smart cards are quickly turning into preferential technologies in Brazilfor the identification and tracking of ...
 Several brazilian government programs can benefit from electronic identification technologies:  RIC – citizen ID SINIA...
Agenda1. Introduction2. RFID IC Design Challenges3. RFID Brazilian Market4. CEITEC and its RFID Products5. Final Considera...
State‐owned company:  Controlled by the MCTI  Part of the IC‐Brazil Program  Started operation in 2009Two companies in ...
CTC11002 – Chip do Boi First CEITEC’s RFID product, Chip do Boi is thebase element of cattle earing tags; From 2014, CTC...
RFID‐HF ProductsCTC12000 Partnership with Hemobras; Currently undergoing final tests; Applications: identification and ...
CTC 21001 (e‐passport) Chip to use in the Brazilian passport; Compliant with the ICAO (InternationalCivil Aviation Organ...
CTC13001 (EPC Gen2) Multiple applications in logistics, inventorycontrol and asset management; CTC 13001 is already avai...
• Access to tax incentives through the use of national content chips and solutions• Tailored engineering: customization to...
Agenda1. Introduction2. RFID IC Design Challenges3. RFID Brazilian Market4. CEITEC and its RFID Products5. Final Considera...
Results Chips of the CTC 13000 familiy were used in tests with printers and cartridges tags of HP Brasil, Epson and Samsu...
Results From Aug 2012 the CTC 11002 (Chip do Boi) started being used in electronic earings for animal identification prod...
CTC12100CTC21001CTC13100CTC13001CTC11002CTC12000RFID Products: timeline
Global Partners
• Within one generation, CEITEC as an important Brazilian company recognized as a global player in the semiconductor indus...
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  1. 1. Semiconductor Solutions for the Development of the RFID Technology in BrazilChief Design and Institutional Relations OfficerMARCELO LUBASZEWSKI
  2. 2. Agenda1. Introduction2. RFID IC Design Challenges3. RFID Brazilian Market4. CEITEC and its RFID Products5. Final Considerations
  3. 3. Semiconductor Industry DriversIntroduction
  4. 4. IntroductionConnected Objects
  5. 5. [1] Sundmaeker et al., eds., “Vision and Challenges for Realizing the Internet of Things”, IoT European Research Cluster, Mar. 2010; www.internet-of-things-research.eu[2] Fleisch E., “What Is the Internet of Things? An Economic Perspective”, White Paper, WP-BIZAPP-053, AutoID Labs, Jan. 2010;www.autoidlabs.orgIntroductionInternet of Things
  6. 6. • ID‐only• Ultra low cost• Very high volumesIntroductionRFID Market Segments
  7. 7. • Value‐added• Higher profit margins• Still high volumesIntroductionRFID Market Segments
  8. 8. Agenda1. Introduction2. RFID IC Design Challenges3. RFID Brazilian Market4. CEITEC and its RFID Products5. Final Considerations
  9. 9. ModulatorDemodulatorNVMorOTPPower-OnResetClockGeneratorMemoryControlEncoderDecoderCommandDecoderMainControl(FSM)PMUFlagsCryptoFrameEncoder01100110VddGndAnalog DomainDigital DomainMemory (NVM or OTP)CRC[3] Finkenzeller, K. “RFID Handbook: Fundamentals and Applications in ContactlessSmart Cards and Identification.” 2nd ed. ; Wiley (2003)[4] Lehpamer, H. “RFID Design Principles.” ; Boston: Artech House (2003)RFID IC Design
  10. 10.  Low cost Low power Small footprint Reduced pin count Mixed‐signalChallengesRFID IC DesignChallenges
  11. 11. RFID IC DesignChallenges Low cost Low power Small footprint Reduced pin count Mixed‐signal High volume, low cost applications:– Animal tracking– Goods inventory– Product logistics– Vehicular control– Perishables tracking
  12. 12. RFID IC DesignChallenges Low cost Low power Small footprint Reduced pin count Mixed‐signal Passive RFIDs:– No battery or other external power supply– The lower the power, the more sensitive the tag  Semi‐passive RFIDs:– External battery– The lower the power, the longer the battery lifetime
  13. 13. RFID IC DesignChallenges Low cost Low power Small footprint Reduced pin count Mixed‐signal Increase number of dice per wafer Lower IC cost in volume production
  14. 14. RFID IC DesignChallenges Low cost Low power Small footprint Reduced pin count Mixed‐signal Reducing pad count reduces die size The fewer pins, the more parallel the wafer test can be
  15. 15. [5] Abdennadher, S. ; Shaikh, S. A. “Practices in Mixed-Signal and RF IC Testing.” Design & Test of Computers, IEEE, Volume 24, Issue 4. (2007)RFID IC DesignChallenges Low cost Low power Small footprint Reduced pin count Mixed‐signal Mixed‐signal design:– Analog signals– Digital signals– RF signals– Non‐Volatile Memory Long test time
  16. 16. Agenda1. Introduction2. RFID IC Design Challenges3. RFID Brazilian Market4. CEITEC and its RFID Products5. Final Considerations
  17. 17.  RFID and smart cards are quickly turning into preferential technologies in Brazilfor the identification and tracking of people, animals and objects.Brazilian MarketA sample of the potential market:
  18. 18.  Several brazilian government programs can benefit from electronic identification technologies:  RIC – citizen ID SINIAV – vehicle ID and tracking SISBOV – cattle tracking etc. Important tax breaks are offered to companies adhering the PPB (basic productive process) through products with proven national added valueBrazilian MarketOpportunities
  19. 19. Agenda1. Introduction2. RFID IC Design Challenges3. RFID Brazilian Market4. CEITEC and its RFID Products5. Final Considerations
  20. 20. State‐owned company:  Controlled by the MCTI  Part of the IC‐Brazil Program  Started operation in 2009Two companies in one:  CMOS Fab Design House (operates as fabless)CEITECMarkets: Starting with Brazil and Latin America Private and government customers
  21. 21. CTC11002 – Chip do Boi First CEITEC’s RFID product, Chip do Boi is thebase element of cattle earing tags; From 2014, CTC11002 will be produced in theCEITEC’s CMOS Fab; Applications: identification of animals, gascylinders, tires, containers and other.RFID‐LF ProductRadio‐Frequency Identification: Low Frequency solution
  22. 22. RFID‐HF ProductsCTC12000 Partnership with Hemobras; Currently undergoing final tests; Applications: identification and tracking ofperishable goods (blood products), and also ofdrugs, books, correspondence, etc.CTC12100 (with temperature sensor) Measures and records temperatures andtransmits data through radio‐frequency; Applications: Can be used in food, medicine and other perishable products. Radio‐Frequency Identification: High Frequency solutions
  23. 23. CTC 21001 (e‐passport) Chip to use in the Brazilian passport; Compliant with the ICAO (InternationalCivil Aviation Organization) definitions; Applications: personal identification withsecure information for use in electronicpassports.RFID‐HF ProductsRadio‐Frequency Identification: High Frequency solutions
  24. 24. CTC13001 (EPC Gen2) Multiple applications in logistics, inventorycontrol and asset management; CTC 13001 is already available to the marketwith prompt delivery; Applications:  identifying and tracking airlinebaggage, vehicles, retail products, cargo logisticsand in healthcare (medicines, management ofpatients, etc.)CTC13100 (SINIAV) Compliant with the national standards of theSINIAV program and with the international normsof security and encryption;  Application: identification of the fleet of nationalvehicles. RFID‐UHF ProductsRadio‐Frequency Identification: Ultra High Frequency solutions
  25. 25. • Access to tax incentives through the use of national content chips and solutions• Tailored engineering: customization to balance cost and functionality• Business model adapted to the customer needs:– Confidenciality– Partnership for technological developments – Long term relationshipWhat else do we offer?
  26. 26. Agenda1. Introduction2. RFID IC Design Challenges3. RFID Brazilian Market4. CEITEC and its RFID Products5. Final Considerations
  27. 27. Results Chips of the CTC 13000 familiy were used in tests with printers and cartridges tags of HP Brasil, Epson and Samsung. The wafers were tested, grinded and diced in‐house. CTC 13000 and CTC 13001 chips have recently received the national content certification:
  28. 28. Results From Aug 2012 the CTC 11002 (Chip do Boi) started being used in electronic earings for animal identification produced by the Fockink Group. The whole chip and electronic taghave already received the ICAR international certification. Casa da Moeda and CEITEC signed in 2012 an agreement to develop the new chip for thebrazilian passport. The first pilot of brazilian passports with the CTC 21001 chip will bereleased in 2014. Novus and CEITEC signed this year an agreement to develop the CTC 12100 chip for theidentificiation, temperature monitoring and tracking of perishable goods. The new productwill be delivered mid 2014.
  29. 29. CTC12100CTC21001CTC13100CTC13001CTC11002CTC12000RFID Products: timeline
  30. 30. Global Partners
  31. 31. • Within one generation, CEITEC as an important Brazilian company recognized as a global player in the semiconductor industry • Short and medium term actions guided by this vision:• Choices of markets, technologies and programs for HR training• Assist increasing the national content in products designed/assembled in Brazil• Get leverage from government programs to boost growth and conquer markets• Help developing a regional microelectronics ecosystem, attracting and partnering with established companies, other start‐ups, universities and R&D centersVision
  32. 32. Thank you!
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