Maxim Integrated MAX66x RFID Tags
Maxim Integrated MAX66x RFID tags combine a 64-bit unique identifier (UID) and 13.56MHz RF interface in a single chip. The Maxim Integrated MAX66000 RFID tag features a UID that can be read through the block transmission protocol (ISO/IEC 14443-4), where requests and responses are exchanged through I-blocks once a device is in the active state. The data rate can be as high as 847.5kbps. MAX66100 RFID tag is designed to support all ISO 15693-defined data rates, modulation indices, subcarrier modes, the selected state, application family identifier (AFI), and data storage format identifier (DSFID). The Maxim Integrated MAX66040 and MAX66140 combine 1024 bits of user EEPROM with secure hash algorithm (SHA-1) challenge-and-response authentication (ISO/IEC 10118-3 SHA-1), a 64-bit UID, one 64-bit secret, and a 13.56MHz RF interface (ISO/IEC 14443 Type B, Parts 2-4). The memory is organized as 16 blocks of 8 bytes plus three more blocks, one for secret and two for data and control registers. These RFID tags are ideal for driver identification (fleet application), access control, and asset tracking. The MAX66040 and MAX66140 are also optimized for eCash applications
The Maxim Integrated MAX66901-K00 Evaluation Kit includes RFID keys and reader hardware for evaluation of Maxim's line of 13.56MHz RFID keys.