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Overview of NXP MIFARE product portfolio. Product families include: MIFARE Classic, MIFARE Plus, MIFARE DESFire and MIFARE Ultralight. Details the evolution and innovation of the various product families are given.

Overview of NXP MIFARE product portfolio. Product families include: MIFARE Classic, MIFARE Plus, MIFARE DESFire and MIFARE Ultralight. Details the evolution and innovation of the various product families are given.

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  1. 1. EXTERNAL USE CHRISTOPH ZWAHLEN MAY 24TH, 2016 PRESENT IMPROVED - FUTURE INSIDE MIFARE INNOVATION ROADMAP
  2. 2. Introduction Access Management Webinar Series Motivation • Provide update on the MIFARE portfolio • Provide update on latest features and methods embedded in new products Target Audience • System Integrators • Solution providers • Credential manufacturers Format • Series of 8 webinars of 30´ duration each • Addressing one industry challenge per session
  3. 3. Agenda 1. MIFARE – Short history 2. MIFARE in Access Management 3. MIFARE Portfolio Overview • ICODE Family • MIFARE Ultralight Family • MIFARE Classic Family • MIFARE Plus Family • MIFARE DESFire Family • MIFARE Complementing products Miriama Faberova Marketing Manager MIFARE Ultralight Christoph Zwahlen Marketing Manager Access Management Johannes Grüll Marketing Manager MIFARE Classic / MIFARE Plus
  4. 4. 1994 MIFARE was born Starting a contactless revolution
  5. 5. MIFARE Product Introduction: MIFARE DESFire EV2 2016 MIFARE is the world leading contactless smart card IC platform
  6. 6. June 22, 20167. MIFARE – The True Multi-application Platform
  7. 7. Behind the success Drivers behind the adoption of MIFARE June 22, 20168. Flexible technology Continuous innovation Security
  8. 8. MIFARE Portfolio Overview Comprehensive portfolio addressing applications requirements June 22, 20169.
  9. 9. “In the fields of physical security and information security, access management is the selective restriction of access to a place or other resource. The act of accessing may mean consuming, entering, or using. Permission to access a resource is called authorization.” Source: Wikipedia ACCESS MANAGEMENT – BEYOND SECURING THE DOOR
  10. 10. Access Management Market Segments June 22, 201611. Enterprise Access to corporate facilities and services including • Access mgmt. • Logical Access • Resource mgmt. • Payment • Parking • IT Services Hospitality Access to facilities and services including • Room Access • Leisure facilities • Parking • Vending Education Access to campus facilities and services including • Access mgmt. • Logical Access • Attendance ctrl. • Payment • IT Services • Library services Residential Access to residential buildings • House • Appartment building • Residential complex Leisure Access to leisure activities such as • Theme park • Fitness studio • Stadium • Event ticketing • Waterpark and Spa • Ski resorts
  11. 11. NXP Contactless Portfolio Part of a broad portfolio of contactless solutions June 22, 201612. Operating Distance 10m+Up to 10cm >1,5m 13,56 MHz ISO 18000-3 ISO 15693 EPC Class-1 HF RFID • Gaming & toys • Brand protection 840-960 MHz ISO 18000-6 UHF EPC G2 UHF EPC G2 V2 • Access Management: crowd control and personalized user experiences 13,56 MHz ISO 14443 ISO 7816 Global Platform • Access Management: Logical Access combined with Physical Access 13,56 MHz ISO 14443 NFC Forum • Consumer Experience • Device Pairing & configuration • Brand Protection • Gaming & toys 13,56 MHz ISO 14443 ISO 7816 • Access Management • Event Management • Micropayment • Loyalty Platform Operating freq. Standard Apps • Access Management ISO 14223 ISO 11784/85 125 kHz
  12. 12. MIFARE™ – 2 decades of innovation June 22, 201614. MIFARE DESFire EV2 MIFARE Plus EV1 MIFARE DESFire EV0 MIFARE DESFire EV1 MIFARE Classic MIFARE Plus MIFARE Ultralight MIFARE Ultralight C 1994 2011 Smart Paper TicketsSmart Cards Banking Cards Mobile Phones MIFARE Ultralight EV1 2015 MIFARE Classic EV1 2016 MIFARE Ultralight Nano
  13. 13. ICODE® PRODUCT FAMILY
  14. 14. • ICODE is the leading Brand for high-frequency (HF) smart label solutions with billions of ICs in the field and thousands of successful installations. • With NEW ICODE DNA, NXP revolutionize ICODE portfolio by bringing the mutual AES cryptographic authentication to enhance the security for vicinity applications. • Moreover ICODE DNA offers easy cloud connectivity through NFC phones to support convenient consumer engagement and offers easy system integration thanks to a broad range of supporting tools. Enhanced Security for Vicinity Applications June 22, 201616.
  15. 15. IS YOUR SOLUTION FOR SECURE VICINITY • Security • Flexibility • Performance • Innovation M RD AO E Need for SECURE VICINITY? June 22, 201617.
  16. 16. • AES128 authentication compliant to ISO/IEC 15693-3 Amdmt. 4 (Ref. 5) and ISO/IEC 29167-10 (Ref. 6) • 3 user keys for tag authentication and/or mutual authentication • Separate privileges for different access rights per key • Optional authentication limit • 2016 bit user memory with flexible memory segmentation • Originality signature (customer programmable) • Privacy mode – no track and trace via UID • Programmable Counter – command based counter increase/reset • Fast read and persistent quiet mode for increase identification speed and inventory accuracy • Improved RF performance ICODE DNA main product features June 22, 201618.
  17. 17. Hands-free access Made for rough conditions – and unforgettable moments! • Target applications • Ski ticketing • Attractions • Event ticketing • Flexible, secure and convenient solutions • Enhance protection of business case • Superior performance enabling more convenience in harsh environments and small form factors • Enrich visitors experience through NFC compatibility • Easy integration to existing systems • AES authentication ensures state of the are security and highest performance in both HW and SW implementations • Backwards compatible with existing systems June 22, 201619.
  18. 18. MIFARE® ULTRALIGHT PRODUCT FAMILY
  19. 19. 21 • MIFARE Ultralight is NXP’s well-known brand for single / limited use tickets and cards • MIFARE Ultralight based tickets are ideal for low-cost, high-volume applications serving as the perfect contactless replacement for magnetic stripe, barcode, pure printed tickets,… • MIFARE Ultralight products comply with the international standard ISO/IEC 14443, which is used in more than 80% of all contactless smart cards today • Backwards compatibility ensures that the existing infrastructure can be smoothly upgraded MIFARE Ultralight Target applications and positioning June 22, 2016
  20. 20. June 22, 201622. Multiple sourcing on all levels of the value-chain (readers, cards, etc.) Compliant to >4 standards and industry best practices NFC TagType2 4 family members & continuous development Preferred solution for smart paper ticketing with > 80% market share With the best RF performence (ABI research 2013) >6 Bilion pcs shipped Powering paper Ticketing in >100 cities MIFARE Ultralight by numbers
  21. 21. • Convenience Contactless technology improving guests experience • Reliability Dependable applications through field proven solutions • Efficiency Faster transactions reducing waiting times • Cost effectiveness Reduced maintenance costs for infrastructure • Increased revenue Increased guest satisfaction leads to additional spending Benefits of contactless replacement Enhancing guest experience June 22, 201623.
  22. 22. 2002 MIFARE Ultralight 2009 MIFARE Ultralight C 2013 MIFARE Ultralight EV1 Q3 2016 MIFARE Ultralight NANO June 22, 201624. Continuous evolution of MIFARE Ultralight ISO/IEC 14443 A 1-3 compliant NFC forum tag type 2 compliant Adding 3DES security additional features: • 1536 bits (192 bytes) EEPROM • 16 bit counter • 3DES authentication • Cloning protection via authentication key Successor of MIFARE Ultralight Ideal solution for limited use tickets additional features: • Two memory versions 48 Byte/128 Byte • Lock Bits for memory write protection • 3 independent 24-bit one-way counter • configurable 32-bit password feature for write or read/write protection • ECC supported NXP originality check The best contactless alternative to mag stripe/ barcode/ QR Code & printed tickets Cost down solution for the single use tickets features: • 40 Byte memory version • ECC supported NXP originality signature (preprogramed by NXP, reprogrammable in the field to own unique originality signature)
  23. 23. THE EXISTING MIFARE ULTRALIGHT FAMILY
  24. 24. MIFARE Ultralight Family Comparison MIFARE Ultralight® MIFARE Ultralight Nano MIFARE Ultralight EV1 MIFARE Ultralight C memory 40 bytes 48 / 128 bytes 144 bytes OTP 32 bit 32 bit 32 bit write lock counter 3 x 24 bit 1 x 16 bit access protection 32 bit Password 3DES fast read originality signature Programmable June 22, 201626.
  25. 25. References June 22, 201627.
  26. 26. MIFARE ULTRALIGHT NANO
  27. 27. MIFARE Ultralight Nano Reprogrammable originality signature June 22, 201629 • Based on MIFARE Ultralight EV1 NXP originality signature • Differentiate tickets used in your system by using reprogrammable NXP Originality signature • MIFARE Ultralight Nano ECC supported originality signature (programed by NXP, reprogrammable to own unique originality signature) • Develop Android applications for checking your own originality signature easily thanks to MIFARE SDK Android Libraries. Distributed completely for free with the upcoming product launch!
  28. 28. MIFARE Ultralight Nano – RELEASE Q3 2016 Release details: • Engineering samples available end of Q2 • Release begining of Q3 • Mass production- end of Q3 2016 June 22, 201630.
  29. 29. 31 MIFARE® CLASSIC PRODUCT FAMILY
  30. 30. 32 MIFARE DESFire EV2 MIFARE® – 2 decades of innovation MIFARE DESFire EV0 MIFARE DESFire EV1 MIFARE Classic MIFARE Ultralight MIFARE Ultralight C 1994 2011 Smart Paper TicketsSmart Cards Banking Cards Mobile Phones MIFARE Ultralight EV1 2015 MIFARE Classic EV1
  31. 31. 33 Target applications … and many more  >40 different Applications globally are based on MIFARE Classic and MIFARE Plus June 22, 2016
  32. 32. 34 MIFARE Classic EV1 MIFARE Classic EV1 • The MIFARE Classic family is the market leading most widely used contactless smart card ICs operating in the 13.56 MHz frequency range with read/write capability and ISO/IEC 14443 A compliance.  MIFARE Classic EV1 replaces all previous MIFARE Classic versions and offers: Connectivity optimized robustness, assembly and RF performance Originality signature Check for genuine products 40 different applications globally Reliability, Sustainability, Maturity continuos product advancements and MIFARE compatibility ISO 14443 MIFARE ClassicEV1 June 22, 2016
  33. 33. 35 Memory Structure – Linear Memory 16 bytes Secto r0 Secto r1 …… ……. Block 0 Block 1 Block 2 Block 3 Block 0 Block 1 Block 2 Access Conditions Key B Key A Sector 0, Block 0 contains (N)UID & production specific data • for customer data • for values (enables value operations) Sector Trailer MIFARE Classic 48-bit Crypto1 June 22, 2016
  34. 34. 36 MIFARE PLUS® PRODUCT FAMILY
  35. 35. 37 MIFARE DESFire EV2 MIFARE Plus EV1 MIFARE® – 2 decades of innovation MIFARE DESFire EV0 MIFARE DESFire EV1 MIFARE Classic MIFARE Plus MIFARE Ultralight MIFARE Ultralight C 1994 2011 Smart Paper TicketsSmart Cards Banking Cards Mobile Phones MIFARE Ultralight EV1 2015 MIFARE Plus SE MIFARE Classic EV1
  36. 36. 38  Get AES security in existing MIFARE Classic® cards budgets  Be protected from clones  Upgrade smoothly within the MIFARE® product family  Enjoy optimized transaction performance  Implement NFC capabilities at highest security level Introducing MIFARE Plus® June 22, 2016
  37. 37. 39 SL1 = MIFARE Plus® in Crypto1 mode + existing MIFARE Classic® cards SL3 = MIFARE Plus® with AES security SL0 = Virgin MIFARE Plus® • Functional backwards compatible with MIFARE Classic • AES for authentication, integrity • Multi sector authentication • Optional Random ID • Anti-tearing for keys & sector trailers Key features per level • Program AES level switching keys (mandatory) • Program Crypto 1 and AES keys per sector (recommended) Security Level 2 MIFARE Plus® – Simplified Security Concept • Mandatory AES authentication • Still using Crypto1 on memory blocks June 22, 2016
  38. 38. 40 Memory Structure – Linear Memory 16 bytes Secto r0 Secto r1 …… ……. Block 0 Block 1 Block 2 Block 3 Block 0 Block 1 Block 2 Access Conditions Key B Key A Sector 0, Block 0 contains (N)UID & production specific data • for customer data • for values (enables value operations) Sector Trailer MIFARE Plus 48-bit Crypto1 or 128-bit AES MIFARE Classic 48-bit Crypto1 June 22, 2016
  39. 39. 41 Advantages Compared to Other Security Products  State-of-the-art 128 bit AES security  Clone & fraud protection  ISO 14443-4 compatible  NFC capable  Pricing at the level of MIFARE Classic® InSecurityLevel3
  40. 40. 42 MIFARE PLUS EVOLUTION
  41. 41. 43 MIFARE Plus® generation benefits MIFARE Plus® SE  Entry level version of the proven MIFARE Plus product family  Get AES security in existing MIFARE Classic cards budgets  Be protected from clones  Upgrade smoothly within the MIFARE product family  Implement NFC capabilities in highest security level Features: • 1K EEPROM only • Based on MIFARE Plus S • Including MIFARE Classic value block commands 1994 MIFARE Classic 2008 MIFARE Plus 06/2015 MIFARE Plus SE 04/2016 MIFARE Plus EV1 June 22, 2016
  42. 42. 44 securing legacy systems – guaranteeing lowest cost of ownership MIFARE PLUS SE – Key Features Smooth migration not interfering with end user experience Security level concept & backwards compitablilty Use existing memory organization and access rights – 1:1 mapping to new MIFARE Plus SE MIFARE Classic 1K memory organization Card top-up via mobile phone / no need for additional infrastructure State-of-the-art 128-bit AES encryption Minimizing migration efforts Seamless migration process Enable new value streams & services June 22, 2016
  43. 43. 45 MIFARE Plus® generation benefits MIFARE Plus® EV1  Operate legacy- next to bench-mark AES-secure infrastructure  Enhanced mobile support with ISO- 7816 wrapping  Secure transactions even for legacy Crypto1 applications  Enhanced service support with end to end secure channel communication  Common Criteria EAL5+ targeted Features: • Sector-wise security level switching • ISO 7816 wrapping – full mobile support • 2K or 4K EEPROM available 1994 MIFARE Classic 2008 MIFARE Plus 06/2015 MIFARE Plus SE 04/2016 MIFARE Plus EV1 June 22, 2016
  44. 44. 46 allows for selective system security upgrades and enables new, over-the-air value stream possibilities MIFARE PLUS EV1 – Key Features Card top-up via mobile phone / no need for additional infrastructure Secure end2end channel communication even for legacy crypto Upgrade security relevant applications only instead of whole system Sector-wise security upgrade from Crypto1 to 128-bit AES Enable combined service offerings for end-users incl. mobile offerings Transaction MAC ensuring that no fraudulent claims can be made by merchants Minimize total cost of ownership for end customer system Enable new value streams & services Secure convergence of multiple 3rd party applications June 22, 2016
  45. 45. 47 MIFARE® DESFire PRODUCT FAMILY
  46. 46. • Flexible application and file system • Each application is alike a folder under a Windows root directory • Applications and files are defined during its creation • Each individual application manages its own keys • Access rights defined per file MIFARE DESFire Product Family Secure Multi-application Platform 48 Root directory PICC Level Files 5 standard file types Keys Application specific keys Keys Card Specific keys Application Application ID June 22, 2016
  47. 47. • High-end platform for secure multi-application • Seamless integration into other form factors, e.g. NFC devices or banking cards • Offering flexible, high level security features • DES/3DES/AES authentication • MAC Protection • Full enciphered communication • Common Criteria certification up to EAL 5+ • Compliance with industry standards • ISO 14443-4 A compliant • Compatible with ISO 7816 MIFARE DESFire Product Family Features and benefits 49 June 22, 2016
  48. 48. 2002 MIFARE DESFire 2008 MIFARE DESFire EV1 2015 MIFARE DESFire EV1 256B 2016 MIFARE DESFire EV2 Evolution to MIFARE® DESFire® EV2 MIFARE DESFire EV1 MIFARE DESFire EV2 ISO/IEC 14443 A 1-4   ISO/IEC 7816-4 support extended extended EEPROM data memory 2/4/8KB 2/4/8KB Flexible file structure   NFC Forum Tag Type 4   Secure, high-speed cmd   Unique ID 7BUID or 4B RID 7BUID or 4B RID Number of applications 28 unlimited Number of files per app 32 32 High data rates support up to 848 Kbit/s up to 848 Kbit/s Crypto algorithms support DES/2K3DES/ 3K3DES/AES DES/2K3DES/ 3K3DES/AES CC certification (HW + SW) EAL 4+ EAL 5+ MIsmartApp feature -  Transaction MAC per app -  Multiple keysets per app - Up to 16 keysets Multiple file access rights - Up to 8 keys Inter-app files sharing -  Virtual Card Architecture -  Proximity Check -  Delivery types Wafer, MOA4 & MOA8 Wafer, MOA4 & MOB6
  49. 49. • Limited memory of typ. 256Bytes for one application configuration • Ideal for applications with low memory but high security needs • Based on MIFARE DESFire EV1 • Fully interoperable with existing MIFARE DESFire infrastructure MIFARE DESFire EV1 256B Features and compatibility 51. June 22, 2016
  50. 50. MIFARE DESFire EV1 256B Target application 52. June 22, 2016
  51. 51. Functional backward compatible to DESFire EV1 – Drop-In Replacement MIsmartApp supporting post-issuance applications – Multi-Application Secure inter-applications files sharing – Inter-Applications Transaction PerformanceSecurity Multi Application Multiple rolling keysets per application – Update Keys in the Field Transaction MAC – Proof of Transaction State-of-the-art HW & SW security design – Security Assurance Optimum transaction speed vs security – Fast & Secure Improved RF performance – More Operating Range Improved transaction tearing handling – Reliable Transactions MIFARE® DESFire® EV2 Key Innovative Features 53. June 22, 2016
  52. 52. MIFARE Mobile Solution MIFARE4Mobile • MIFARE emulation in mobile devices • Available for MIFARE Classic, MIFARE Plus and MIFARE DESFire • Secure implementation • Seamless integration into existing infrastructure MIFARE SDK • Integrate c´less smart cards into mobile app • Make your application mobile today - Develop your NFC app within 10 minutes! • Available for Android supporting all MIFARE products 54. June 22, 2016
  53. 53. OVERCOMES THE COMPLEXITY OF HANDLING BITS AND BYTES READ AND WRITE ON NXP ICs ON A JAVA LEVEL FIRST API TO DEVELOP NFC ANDROID APPS EASY LIBRARY INTEGRATION IN ANDROID STUDIO COMPATIBLE WITH MIFARE, ICODE & NTAG PRODUCTS
  54. 54. • DESFire.authenticate (); • DESFire.readData (); • DESFire.readNDEF (); • DESFire.writeData () • ... Java documentation is available at MIFARE.net COMPLEXITY Decreasing development time by using Java commands instead of using bits and bytes or hexa-decimals. June 22, 201656.
  55. 55. REFERENCES EVENT AND MICROPAYMENT SOLUTIONS • Attendance check & consumer engagement at events and payment solutions • Product: MIFARE Ultralight • Located in Spain HUMANITARIAN SOLUTIONS • Multi-wallet solution for organizing money/vouchers to save them on the card • Product: MIFARE DESFire Ev1 • Located in UK as well as Turkey NFC GAMING SOLUTIONS • NFC based mobile gaming • One solution: by tapping a plastic chip, dinosaurs become real in an Android app and fight • Product: NTAG 210 • Located in US NXP TagInfo NXP TagWriter
  56. 56. OTENTICO – BRAND PROTECTION • Mobile product authentication and brand protection for a variety of products • Current use-case with Adidas • Product: depends on the use-case • Located in London, UK One use-case of OTENTICO with Fyshe • Product authentication for racing suits to comply with racing requirements and to ensure drivers safety • Driver details are saved on the tags such as Name, Race, Fotos, Track-history, etc. • If the suit will be sold for charity it also ensures its originality and buyers can track the drivers history EMPLOYEE IDENTIFICATION • Employees tap a phone and guarantee their presence • Times are saved in the cloud and can be checked from employees and HR • Chinese Telecom also offers the solution to business clients and set it up for them at their location • Product: NTAG 213 • Located in China NXP TagInfo NXP TagWriter REFERENCES
  57. 57. MIFARE Product Selection Guide Cost sensitive solutions Migration solutions Secure, Multi- application solutions Mobile and convergence Corporate MIFARE Plus SE DESFire 256B MIFARE Plus EV1 DESFire 2k/4k/8k MIFARE4Mobile SmartMX with MIFARE Impl. Hospitality Ultralight C/EV1 DESFire 256B MIFARE Plus EV1 DESFire 2k/4k/8k Campus MIFARE Plus SE DESFire 256B MIFARE Plus EV1 DESFire 2k/4k/8k Leisure Ultralight C/EV1 DESFire 256B ICODE DNA MIFARE Plus EV1 DESFire 2k/4k/8k Residential MIFARE Plus SE DESFire 256B - DESFire 2k/4k/8k June 22, 201659.
  58. 58. Thank you Visit us at http://MIFARE.net Follow us: https://twitter.com/nxp_mifare https://at.linkedin.com/in/nxpmifarewww.youtube.com/user/nxpsemiconductorshttp://blog.nxp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/nxpsemi
  59. 59. Q&A
  60. 60. Webinar Series Outlook Date Title May 24th 2016 MIFARE Innovation Roadmap – present improved, future inside June 1st 2016 How to protect contactless systems today and tomorrow June 8th 2016 Enhanced user experience through active application management June 15th 2016 Streamlined user management for multi-vendor installations June 22nd 2016 Secure closed loop payments in an open environment June 29th 2016 Introduce the future in your today’s system – how to ensure smooth system upgrades July 6th 2016 Added value to card based environments through NFC and cloud – when IoT becomes reality July 13th 2016 Complement use cases with mobiles and wearables
  61. 61. MIFARE IC family overview Product Features MIFARE Ultralight MIFARE Classic MIFARE Plus MIFARE DESFire Nano EV1 C EV1 S SE X EV1 EV1 EV2 RF Interface ISO/IEC14443-2, Type A Protocol ISO/IEC14443-3 ISO/IEC14443-3&4 ISO/IEC14443-4 UID – uniqueidentifier 7-byte UID 7-byte UID, 4-byte NUID, Random ID 7-byte UID, Random ID Communication speed 106 Kbps 106-848 Kbps Memory size [Bytes] 40 48 128 144 1K 4K 2K 4K 1K 2K 4K 2K 4K 256 2K 4K 8K 2K 4K 8K Memory Model Compact, 4-byte page Compact, Sectors & 16-byte block Flexiblefile system Crypto TDES Crypto-1 Crypto-1, AES DES / 2K3DES / 3K3DES / AES Key Length 112-bit 48-bit Crypto-1 48-bit Crypto-1, 128-bit AES 128-bit AES, up to 168-bit DES Authentication key / password Password 3-pass mutual Communication-Security - Encrypted Plain, CMACed, Encrypted w. CMAC Plain, CMACed, Encrypted w. CMAC MIsmartApp - - ✔ TransactionMAC - - ✔ - ✔ Multi Key Sets - - ✔ Proximity Check - ✔ - ✔ Virtual Card Select - ✔ - ✔ Originality check features ECC signature re-programmable ECC signature ECC signature AES originalitykeys AES originalitykeys, ECC signature AES originalitykeys, ECC signature CC Certification - EAL4+ - EAL4+ EAL5+ EAL4+ EAL5+ ISO 7816-4 APDU - ✔ ✔ NFC compliance NFC Forum Tag Type 2 compliant No- supported by majority of NFC devices NFC capable in SL 3 NFC capabilities in SL1 and SL 3 NFC Forum Tag Type 4 V2.0 compliant Target applications Public Transport & Event Ticketing Loyalty Programs, limiteduse tickets Various applications – recommended to move to higher security ICs Public transport / Campus cards / Access management Smart City Platform / Advanced Mobility Multi-applications / Micropayment/ Loyalty Programs / Access Management Input capacitance 17pF or 50pF 17pF or 50pF 17pF 17pF or 70pF 17pF or 70pF Multi applications - supported via MAD supported via MAD dynamic Delivery Types – 7 Byte UID Wafer 120µm / 17 pF MF0UN0001 DUD MF0UL1101 DUD MF0UL2101 DUD MF0ICU2001 DUD MF1S5001X DUD1) MF1S7001 XDUD1) MF1SPLUS6001 DUD1) MF1SPLUS8001 DUD1) MF1SEP1001 DUD1) MF1PLUS6001 DUD1) MF1PLUS8001 DUD1) MF1P2101 DUD1) MF1P4101 DUD1) MF3ICDQ101 DUD MF3ICD2101 DUD MF3ICD4101 DUD MF3ICD8101 DUD MF3D2201 DUD MF3D4201 DUD MF3D8201 DUD Wafer 120 µm / High Cap MF0UN0001 DUF MF0ULH1101 DUD MF0ULH2101 DUD MF0ICU2101 DUD - - - - - - - MF1PH2101 DUD1) MF1PH4101 DUD1) MF3ICDHQ101 DUD MF3ICDH2101 DUD MF3ICDH4101 DUD MF3ICDH8101 DUD MF3DH2201 DUD MF3DH4201 DUD MF3DH8201 DUD Wafer 75 µm / 17pF MF0UNH0001 DUD MF0UL1101 DUF MF0UL2101 DUF - MF1S5001X DUF1) MF1S7001 XDUF1) - - - - - MF1P2101 DUF1) MF1P4101 DUF1) MF3ICDQ101 DUF MF3ICD2101 DUF MF3ICD4101 DUF MF3ICD8101 DUF MF3D2201 DUF MF3D4201 DUF MF3D8201 DUF Wafer 75 µm / High Cap MF0UNH0001 DUF MF0ULH1101 DUF MF0ULH2101 DUF - - - - - - - - MF1PH2101 DUF1) MF1PH4101 DUF1) MF3ICDHQ101 DUF MF3ICDH2101 DUF MF3ICDH4101 DUF MF3ICDH8101 DUF MF3DH2201 DUF MF3DH4201 DUF MF3DH8201 DUF MOA4 / 17pF - - - MF0MOU2001 DA4 - - MF1SPLUS6001 DA41) MF1SPLUS8001 DA41) MF1SEP1001 DA41) MF1PLUS6001 DA41) MF1PLUS8001 DA41) MF1P2100 DA41) MF1P4100 DA41) - MF3MOD2101 DA4 MF3MOD4101 DA4 MF3MOD8101 DA4 MF3D2200 DA4 MF3D4200 DA4 MF3D8200 DA4 MOA4 / High Cap - - MF0MOU2101 DA4 MF1S5000 XDA41) MF1S7000 XDA41) - - - - - MF1PH2100 DA41) MF1PH4100 DA41) - MF3MODH210 1DA4 MF3MODH4101 DA4 MF3MODH810 1DA4 MF3DH2200 DA4 MF3DH4200 DA4 MF3DH8200 DA4 MOA8 / 17 pF - MF0UL2101 DA8 MF0MOU2001 DA8 - - MF1SPLUS6001 DA81) MF1SPLUS8001 DA81) MF1SEP1001 DA81) MF1PLUS6001 DA81) MF1PLUS8001 DA81) - - MF3MODQ101 DA8 MF3MOD2101 DA8 MF3MOD4101 DA8 MF3MOD8101 DA8 - - - MOA8 / High Cap - - - MF1S5000 XDA81) MF1S7000 XDA81) - - - - - - - MF3MODHQ101 DA8 MF3MODH210 1DA8 MF3MODH4101 DA8 MF3MODH810 1DA8 - - - MOB6 / 17pF - - - - - - - - - - MF1P2100 DA61) MF1P4100 DA61) - - - - MF3D2200 DA6 MF3D4200 DA6 MF3D8200 DA6 MOB6 / High Cap - - - - - - - - - - MF1PH2100 DA61) MF1PH4100 DA61) - - - - MF3DH2200 DA6 MF3DH4200 DA6 MF3DH8200 DA6 1) available also in legacy 4 Byte NUID
  62. 62. MIFARE functionality on the SmartMX Platform Product MIFARE Implementations Features available card IC functionality UID options Parameters Exit on MIFARE select MIFAREClassic1K MIFAREClassic4K MIFAREPlusX2K MIFAREPlusX4K MIFAREDESFire EV12K MIFAREDESFire EV14K MIFAREDESFire EV18K 7 Byte UID 4 Byte FNUID 4Byte Random ID incomplete SAK Time out UART RF-Field P5Cx145 ✔ ✔ - - - - - ✔ ✔ ✔ ATQA,SAK,ATS - ✔ N/A CD128Cx081 CD051 CD041 CD021/CD016 P5Cx081V1D/CD041V1D - - - - ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ - - ATS - N/ACD021V1D CD016V1D P5Cx144 ✔ ✔ - - - - - ✔ - - ATQA,SAK,ATS - -✔ N/ACx080/CD040 CD020/CD012 P5Cx145 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ATQA,SAK,ATS ✔ N/A CD128 P60D144M ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ATQA,SAK,ATS ✔ ✔ - P60D080M ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ATQA,SAK,ATS ✔ ✔ - P60D024M ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ATQA,SAK,ATS ✔ ✔ - P60D144D ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ATQA,SAK,ATS ✔ ✔ - P60D080D ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ATQA,SAK,ATS ✔ ✔ - P60D024D ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ATQA,SAK,ATS ✔ ✔ - P60N144J ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ATQA,SAK,ATS ✔ ✔ ✔ P60D144J ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ATQA,SAK,ATS ✔ ✔ ✔ P60D080J ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ATQA,SAK,ATS ✔ ✔ ✔

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