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Near Field Communication (NFC)
NFC- Enabled LSI

Near Field Communication (NFC) is a breakthrough technology that enables mobile users to quickly transfer small amounts of data simply by touching two devices together or bringing them in close proximity (within a few inches). Unlike Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, NFC doesn't require set-up, is more secure and has much lower power consumption. In fact, it is often used for quick pairing for more complex communication such as Wi-Fi, as well as contactless financial transactions and data exchange.

The Toshiba T6NE2XB NFC controller LSI (CLF1) offers multiple concurrent connections with three different Secure Elements (SE2) enabling manufactures to design NFC-enabled applications. Toshiba has shipped more than 400 million custom LSIs for proximity cards and mobile payment systems, and expertise in RF3 technology gained through this experience is integrated in this new product.

Features - Concurrent Connection Up To Three Multiple SEs

A range of SEs is being deployed into applications to meet the different requirements of payment system operators. The T6NE2XB NFC controller LSI enables multiple concurrent connections to a maximum of three different SEs, making it possible to design

applications before the system SE is finalized. The product also supports three different communication protocols to SE.

Integrated Circuit To Adjust RF Connectivity

Manufacturers need to adjust RF connectivity of NFC-enabled devices to receive necessary certification that payment system operators require. The T6NE2XB NFC controller integrates an adjustment circuit and records each parameter into embedded EEPROM, which enables adjustment of each operating mode (card emulation, reader writer, and P2P4) and different RF modulation options (Type A, B and F).

Applications

Smartphones, tablet terminals, NFC readers/writers, and home appliances with wireless communication functions.

1CLF: Contactless Front-End (a type of NFC controller)
2SE: Secure element (SE) is a tamper-resistant platform.
3RF: Radio Frequency.
4P2P: Peer-to-peer is a communications model in which each party has the same capabilities and either party can initiate a communication session.

ARM and Cortex are registered trademarks of ARM Limited in the EU and other countries.

 

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T6NE2XBG ARM® Cortex®-M0 27MHz ISO14443 Type A/B, ISO18092 Type F, ISO15693 (R/W mode only) SPI I2C UART (option) 3xSWP UART SPI (select 3 interfaces) 2.5V~3.3V (3 mixed power supply voltages) BGA64 (4.5mm x 4.5mm, 0.85mm, 0.5mm pitch) NFC Forum: NCI Ver1.0 (2012/11/6) compliant
EMVCo: Book D EMV contactless communication protocol specification Ver. 2.2 compliant
3 Secure Element I/F: Application ID/Technology/Protocol base routing