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Features

- Compact size module and ANT


- Card read/write frequency : 13.56Mhz±5%
- Power consumption : 5[V]/300[㎃]
- Reading distance : ~ 50mm
- Operating Temperature : -10 ~ 70
- Storage Temperature : -25 ~ 80
- Serial communication controlled
(RS-232C/9600bps/8BIT/1STOP/NONE PARITY)
- ANTI-Collision procedure support.
- Based on ISO/IEC-14443A&B
- PCD and PICC Data transmit& Receive capacity is 256bytes(ISO-14443A&B)
- Available PICC (VICC) : Mifare® standard, ISO-14443A&B

Total bit length

STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Command Data BCC ETX

Exclusive OR

HOST
Total bit length

STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status Response BCC ETX

Exclusive OR

1-1. Response status list

Status Result Remark


0X00 Command operating Success
0X01 Type-A PICC Select error
0X02 Type-A PICC Anti-collision error
0X03 Type-A PICC Request error
0X04 Type-A or B PICC (VICC) no response
0X05 Type-A or B CRC error
0X06 Type-A or B PICC Receive Frame error
0X80 PCD Command not found
0X81 Communication error
2. Communication

Set up each operating time according to ISO-14443.

2-1. RF Field Control

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X20 Time BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1

RF FIELD RF FIELD
(RF Carrier Frequency) (RF Carrier Frequency)

Time [㎳]

In case of Time = 0X00 , RF field is OFF.

2-2. LED1 ON

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X11 BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1

2-3. LED1 OFF

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X12 BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1

2-4. LED2 ON

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X13 BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1
2-5. LED2 OFF

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X14 BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1

3. Mifare® (Type-A)

3-1. Configuration Command

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X61 BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1

The operating is available after initializing of the circuit of RF driver/receiver in the reader/writer.

3-2. Request A & anti-collision/select (Ready state)

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X30 BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status ATQA UID SAK BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 2 4 1 1 1

STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX


Or 1 1 1 1 1 1

Processing sequence between Reader and card

PCD REQA Anti-collision SELECT

PICC ATQA 2bytes UID 4Bytes SAK 1Bytes

ISO-14443-3

Note) In case that the multiple PICCs are in the RF field, the PCD is settled according to the Anti-
collision sequence of ISO-14443.
3-3. Request A & anti-collision/select (Ready state)

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X33 BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status ATQA UID SAK BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 2 4 1 1 1

STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX


Or 1 1 1 1 1 1

Processing sequence between Reader and card

PCD WUPA Anti-collision SELECT

PICC ATQA 2bytes UID 4Bytes SAK 1Bytes

ISO-14443-3

Note) In case that the multiple PICCs are in the RF field, the PCD is settled according to the Anti-
collision sequence of ISO-14443.

3-4. Halt Command

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X39 BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1

This command is to halt the function of the Card


Among the multiple cards, it is to be used to halt the function of the Card that is under currently
operating for the purpose of reading of another card. Also it is to be used in case that the
operating of Card is completed.

3-5. Authentication1A Command (Key Type A)

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X62 Block KeyA0 – KeyA5 BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 6 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1

This command is for authentication of the Card and the Card is to be authenticated through the
Key of 6 Byte.
The Key inside of the card is composed of Key-A and Option Key-B and this command is for
KEY-A Authentication.
For more details, refer to Mifare® Standard card in MF1 IC S50
3-6. Authentication1B Command (Key Type B)

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X63 Block KeyB0 – KeyB5 BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 6 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1

This command is for authentication of the card and the card is to be authenticated through the
Key of 6 Byte (Mifare® standard).
The Key inside of the card is composed of Key-A and Option Key-B.
It is for KEY-B Authentication. For more details, refer to Mifare® Standard card in MF1 IC S50.

3-7. Authentication2 Command (Crypto1 Algorithm ON)

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X64 BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1

This command is to start the cryptography between the card and reader and always can be
operated after that the Authentication 1 Command is operated and authenticated only.
For more details, refer to Mifare® Standard card in MF1 IC S50

3-8. Read Block Command

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X65 BLOCK BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status Read Block Data BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 16 1 1

This command is to read the data on the Card.


The length of Read Data is always Block unit and 1 Block is composed of 16 Byte.
The Read/Write commands are available only in the Block of Sector that is defined at
authentication 1 and Authentication 2 after that the operation of Authentication 1, Authentication
2 is completed.

3-9. Write Block Command

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X66 BLOCK Write Block Data BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 16 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1

This command is to write the data on the Card.


The length of Write Data is always Block unit and 1 Block is composed of 16 Byte.
The Read/Write commands are available only in the Block of Sector that is defined at
Authentication 1 and Authentication 2 after that the operation of Authentication 1, Authentication
2 is completed.

3-10. Write-E2 Command

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X67 E2 Start Address Data BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 6 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1

It is to write the Key or data on the EEPROM inside of the Card Reader.
As the Key coming from outside could be flowed out, it prevent the Key from the out-flowing
by means of writing the Key on the EEPROM inside of the Card Reader.
The Block Address is to be written so as to be located with the Key of the Card on the basis
of 6 Byte internally.

3-11. AuthenticationE2 Command

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X68 Key Type E2 Start Address
1 1 1 1 1 1
Authentication Block BCC ETX
1 1 1

Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1

Authentication E2 Command can operate the Authentication 1 without out-flowing of the data to
outside using the internal EEPROM of the Card Reader.
Using the EEPROM Key Buffer structure as mentioned above, it can be stored in production or
before outgoing. Also if necessary, it can be modified to the goods under operation
Key_Type (00H : Authentication1A, 01H : Authentication1B)
Note : WriteE2 or AuthenticationE2 Command supports Mifare® standard card key format

3-12. Increment & Transfer Command (based on Mifare® standard card)

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X69 Block Transfer Address
1 1 1 1 1 1
Increment Value BCC ETX
4 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1

Mifare® supports the function of Debit(Value) card and it enables us to do e-payment.


It is used as the command for increment or decrement of fixed value with 4byte of value byte in
case of Mifare®.

BLOCK structure

B0 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10 B11 B12 B13 B14 B15


VALUE ~VALUE VALUE ADR ~ADR ADR ~ADR
Note) when using it as Debit(value) card, it is necessary to define the trailer access byte as
value block in every sector.
PICC Data maximum bytes: 32bytes
Increment Value: 4byte value for increment
Transfer_Address: transfer the value of card data register to the memory area of the card.

3-13. Decrement & Transfer Command (based on Mifare® standard card)

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X6A Block Transfer Address
1 1 1 1 1 1
Decrement Value BCC ETX
4 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1

Mifare® supports the function of Debit(Value) card and it enables us to do e-payment.


It is used as the command for increment or decrement of fixed value with 4byte of value byte in
case of Mifare®.

BLOCK structure

B0 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10 B11 B12 B13 B14 B15


VALUE ~VALUE VALUE ADR ~ADR ADR ~ADR

Note) when using it as Debit(value) card, it is necessary to define the trailer access byte as
value block in every sector.
PICC Data maximum bytes: 32bytes
Increment Value: 4byte value for increment
Transfer_Address: transfer the value of card data register to the memory area of the card.
Decrement_Value: as the 4byte value, it is for the processing with the value of PICC value
block.

3-14. Restore Command (based on Mifare® standard card)

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X6B Block BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1

Read the contents of block into the communication port


PICC Data maximum bytes: 32bytes
Restore the processing result of PICC or the value of value block to the data register of PICC.

Command Review

Command Description
Increment Increments the contents of a Block and stores the result in the
Internal data register
Decrement Decrements the contents of a Block and stores the result in the
Internal data register
Transfer Writes the contents of the internal Data register to a block
Restore Read the contents of block into the internal data register

3-15. Read Sector

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X6C Sector BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Statu Secter Read Data BCC ETX
s
1 1 1 1 64 1 1

Read the data of PICC as the unit of sector.


Sector is based on the sector of Mifare®.
1 sector is composed of 64byte.
The sector that can be read by Read sector command means the sector that included the
address of block defined when Authentication-1.

4. Reference

4-1. Card Reader (PCD) Operating Procedure(Mifare®)


CASE 1
1. Configuration Command send
2. RF Field Control Command send
3. Request A & Anti-Collision/Select Command send
4. In case Status and .ATQA , UID , SAK confirmation ERROR, retry from No. 2
5. In case Authentication1A , Authentication1B , AuthenticationE2 Command ERROR, retry
from No. 2
6. In case Authentication2 Command Error, retry from No. 2
7. Read/Write/Increment & transfer /Decrement & transfer/Restore operation
8. In case Halt Command send, operate from No. 3, operation repeatedly
4-2. Mifare® Standard Card Structure
The capacity of Mifare® Standard Card is 1 Kbytes and it is composed of Block structure.
1 Block is composed of 16 Byte. 4 Block is 1 Sector. The high-ranking Block 16 Byte in each
Sector is composed of the Trailer consisting of the Sector characteristic.
Each Trailer has the Key-A, Key-B(Option) & Access Byte and each Sector can be accessed
by the authorized Key.
The Block 0 in Sector 0 is read only block and stores the manufacturing data of the Card.
Ex) Sector 0 is composed of Block 0, Block 1, Block2 & Block3 and Block 3 is Trailer Block.
4-3. EEPROM Key Buffer structure
This structure is composed of the Block structure of 6 Byte and available for write only.
The Address of EEPROM Key Buffer is optional to set by the User, but the data that would be
written at EEPROM Key Buffer should be 6 Byte always. This structure is for easy data
writing as the structure of Key-A and Key-B on the Card is composed of 6 Byte. Also, that’s
because the Key location should be setting by User’s own right.
The capacity of Key Buffer is 192 Byte and can store maximum 16th Key-A, Key-B considering
the Key-A, Key-B with 6 Byte of the Key. It means that it can store all the Key of Mifare® Standard
Card. EEPADDR can be defined from 00H to 1FH
4-4. PICC INCREMENT/DECRMENT
4-4-1. VALUE BLOCK definition
- Write the value of 16byte to the block that is willing to use as VALUE BLOCK according
to the block format as described below.
BLOCK structure
B0 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10 B11 B12 B13 B14 B15
VALUE ~VALUE VALUE ADR ~ADR ADR ~ADR

The value is 4byte value with the amount of value stored to the VALUE BLOCK at the first time,
it should be stored three(3) times by inversion or non-inversion.

The ADR should be equal to BLOCK ADDRESS and it should be stored four(4) times with the
inverted or non-inverted value.
Transfer ADR indicates the BLOCK ADDRESS that result of the processing is to be moved, after
completion of INC/DEC command.(Refer to 4-4-2.).
- Write the trailer of sector that is included designated BLOCK by VALUE BLOCK.
- In this moment, the value of SECTOR TRAILER refers to the specification of Mifare®
Standard Card in MF1 IC S50.

Note) The Key-B of SECTOR TRAILER should be set not to be read when SECTOR TRAILER
READ.
- Operates INCREMENT/DECREMENT.

4-4-2. VALUE BLOCK structure

SECTOR2~15
SECTOR1 BLOCK7 SECTOR TRAILER
SECTOR1 BLOCK6
SECTOR1 BLOCK5 VALUE BLOCK
SECTOR1 BLOCK4
SECTOR0 BLOCK3 SECTOR TRAILER
SECTOR0 BLOCK2
SECTOR0 BLOCK1
VALUE INC/DEC SECTOR0 BLOCK0 PRODUCT BLOCK
4BYTE

INC/DEC

TRANSFER
RESTORE TEMP REGISTER

4-5. Abbreviation
UID : Unique identification PICC : Proximity integrated chip card
CT : Cascade Tag SAK : Select acknowledged
PCD : Proximity coupling device MFin : Mifare® input
ATQ : Answer to request REQA : Request type A
MFout: Mifare® output RFU : Reserved for future use
REQB: Request type B BLK : Block

5. Type A

5-1. Configuration Command


Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X61 BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1
The operating is available after initializing of the circuit of RF driver/receiver in the reader/writer.

5-2. Request A & anti-collision/select (Ready state)

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X30 BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status ATQA UID SAK BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 2 4 1 1 1

STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX


Or 1 1 1 1 1 1

Processing sequence between Reader and card

PCD REQA Anti-collision SELECT

PICC ATQA 2bytes UID 4Bytes SAK 1Bytes

ISO-14443-3

Note) In case that the multiple PICCs are in the RF field, the PCD is settled according to the Anti-
collision sequence of ISO-14443.

5-3. Request A & anti-collision/select (Ready state)


Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X33 BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status ATQA UID SAK BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 2 4 1 1 1

STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX


Or 1 1 1 1 1 1

Processing sequence between Reader and card

PCD WUPA Anti-collision SELECT

PICC ATQA 2bytes UID 4Bytes SAK 1Bytes

ISO-14443-3
Note) In case that the multiple PICCs are in the RF field, the PCD is settled according to the Anti-
collision sequence of ISO-14443.

5-4. Halt Command


Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X39 BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1
This command is to halt the function of the Card
Among the multiple cards, it is to be used to halt the function of the Card that is under currently
operating for the purpose of reading of another card. Also it is to be used in case that the
operating of Card is completed.

5-5. Active PICC


5-5-1. Request for answer to select (RATS) command
Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X31 RATS (0XE0) Parameter BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status ATS BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 Ref. ISO-14443-4 1 1

Or STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX


1 1 1 1 1 1

RATS Command is composed of Start byte and Parameter byte and includes Error check
code CRC-A.
Start byte: 0XE0
Parameter: FSDI+CID

D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1

CID (Card identification)


FSD
I
*ATS(Answer to select) : refer to the ISO-14443 standard.

5-5-2. Protocol and Parameter Selection Request


Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X31 PPSS PPS0 PPS1 BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status PPSS BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1 1
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX
Or
1 1 1 1 1 1

PPSS
D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1
1 1 0 1

CID
Shall be set to 1, 0 is RFU

Shall be set to 0, 1 is RFU


Shall be set to (11), all other values are RFU

PPS0
D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1
0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Shall be set to 1, 0 is RFU


Shall be set to (000), all other values are RFU
PPS1 Transmitted, if bit is set to 1
Shall be set to (000), all other values are RFU

PPS1
D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1
0 0 0 0

DRI
DSI
Shall be set to (0000), all other values are RFU

5-5-3. Active commands


- Half duplex block transmission format

Prologue field Information field Epilogue field


PCB CID NAD INF EDC
1byte 1byte 1byte 2byte

Error detect code


FSD/FSC

Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X31 PCB CID NAD INF BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ref. ISO-14443-4,5 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status Data BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 Ref. ISO-14443-4,5 1 1
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX
Or 1 1 1 1 1 1

Coding of I-block PCB


D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1
0 0 0

Block of number
Shall be set to 1
NAD following, if bit is set to 1
CID following, if bit is set to 1
Chaining, if bit is set to 1
Shall be set to 0, 1 is RFU
I-Block

Coding of R-block PCB


D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1
1 0 1 0 0 1

Block of number

Shall be set to 1, 0 is RFU

Shall be set to 0

CID following, if bit is set to 1

ACK if bit is set to 0

NAK, if bit is set to 1

Shall be set to 0, 1 is RFU


R-Block
Coding of S-block PCB
D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1
1 1 0 1 0

Shall be set to 0, 1 is RFU


Shall be set to 1, 0 is RFU
Shall be set to 0

CID following, if bit is set to 1

(00) DESELECT or
(11) WTX
S-Block
Coding of card identifier
D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1
0 0

CID

Shall be set to (00), all other values are RFU

Power level indication

CRC-A is transmitted to the Host in the Receive data frame


CRC-A is transmitted together with the data when the calculated result inside Reader is equal to
the received value.
If it is not equal to the received value, CRC Error code is generated at Status byte and the data is
not transmitted. CRC-A is not included in the Transmit data frame.
Calculation of CRC-A is settled inside Reader and CRC-A is included in the data when
transmitting to the PICC.

5-5-4. Type-A Dummy command


Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X32 Data BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 N Bytes 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status Data BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 N Bytes 1 1

STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX


Or 1 1 1 1 1 1

No calculation of CRC or BCC related to PICC inside Reader.


Calculation of CRC and BCC should be done separately with the information on the data field.
6. TYPE B
6-1. Type-B Setting
Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X22 SOF_LOW SOF_HIGH EOF EGT BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1

Type-B Setting command is set up by the transmission protocol stipulated to the ISO-14443-B.
When the PCD is power ON, the PCD is as follows.

SOF_ LOW: 11(0X0B) SOF_HIGH=3(0X03) EGT : 2(0X02) EOF=10(0X0A)

10ETU
9ETU
START LSB MSB STOP

≥10ETU,≤11ETU ≥2,≤3 ETU 10ETU 2ETU ≥10ETU,≤11ETU


11ETU 2ETU 2ETU 11ETU
SOF_LOW SOF_HIGH EGT EOF
SOF

1ETU=(1/fc)*128=9.438usec

Note: 0X01≤SOF_LOW≤0X0F, 0X01≤SOF_HIGH≤0X0F,


0X01≤EOF≤0X0F, 0X01≤EGT≤0X0F

6-2. Type-B Active1 command

6-2-1. Request B Command


Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0x41 Apf AFI Parameter BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1 1(Ref. ISO-14443-3) 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status ATQB BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 14(Ref. ISO-14443-3) 1 1

STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX


Or 1 1 1 1 1 1

Request B command frame format


st nd rd th th
1 byte 2 byte 3 byte 4 , 5 bytes
APf AFI PARAM (Parameter) CRC_B

In case of Type B PICC, PICC is set to Active State through Attrib command after PICC request.
The procedure of Request command can be done by the transmission of the code of APf, AFI,
Parameter, etc in the data frame to the Reader.
Anti-collision prefix byte APf is 05H(0000 0101) b

AFI Coding
AFI AFI Meaning PICCs Examples/note
Most signification Least signification respond from
Half byte Half byte
‘0’ ‘0’ All families and sub- No application preselection
families
X ‘0’ All sub-families of families Wide application preseletion
X
X Y Only the Yth sub-families
Y only
‘0’ Y Proprietary sub-family Y
only
‘1’ ‘0’.Y Transport Mass transit, Bus, Airline
‘2’ ‘0’,Y Financial IEP,Banking, retail
‘3’ ‘0’,Y Identification Access control
‘4’ ‘0’,Y Telecommunication Public telephony, GSM
‘5’ ‘0’,Y Medical
‘6’ ‘0’,Y Multimedia Internet service..
‘7’ ‘0’,Y Gaming
‘8’ ‘0’,Y Data storage Portable files
‘9’-F ‘0’,Y RFU
Note : X=’1’ to Y=’1’ to ‘F’

Coding parameter
B8 B7 B6 B5 B4 B3 B2 B1
RFU REQB/WUPB N(Number of slots)

All RFU bits shall be set to 0

B4=0 defines REQB: PICCs in idle state or ready state shall process this command
B4=1 defines WUPS: PICCs in idle state or ready state or HALT state shall process this
command
B1, B2 and B3 are used to code the number of slot N according to table

B3 B2 B1 N
0 0 0 1=2^0
0 0 1 2=2^1
0 1 0 4=2^2
0 1 1 8=2^3
1 0 0 16=2^4
1 0 1 RFU
1 1 X RFU

ATQB Response is ATQB 12bytes + CRC-B 2bytes


ATQB Response format

st nd rd th th TH TH TH TH th th th th th
1 2 ,3 ,4 ,5 6 ,7 ,8 ,9 10 ,11 ,12 13 ,14
50H Identifier 4bytes(PUPI) Application data 4bytes Protocol info CRC_B 2bytes
6-2-2. Slot marker Command
Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0x41 Slot marker BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1(Ref. ISO-14443-3) 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status ATQB BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 14(Ref. ISO-14443-3) 1 1

STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX


Or 1 1 1 1 1 1

ST nd rd
1 byte 2 ,3 bytes
APn CRC_B

Apn = (nnnn 0101)b


nnnn+1= slot number
ATQB Response is ATQB 12bytes + CRC-B 2bytes
ATQB Response format
st nd rd th th th th th th th th th th th
1 2 ,3 ,4 ,5 6 ,7 ,8 ,9 10 ,11 ,12 13 ,14
50H Identifier 4bytes(PUPI) Application data 4bytes Protocol info CRC_B 2bytes

6-2-3. Attrib PICC


Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0x41 ATTRIB BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 Ref. ISO-14443-3 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status ATTRIB Response BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 Ref. ISO-14443-3 1 1

STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX


Or 1 1 1 1 1 1

Attrib PICC frame format

1st 2nd,3rd,4th,5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th ……


1DH Identifier Param1 Param2 Param3 Param4 High layer CRC_B
4bytes 1byte 1byte 1byte 1byte INF 2bytes

Identifier
This identifier is the value if the PUPI sent by the PICC in the ATQB

Param4

B8 B7 B6 B5 B4 B3 B2 B1 B4 EOF requires
Minimum TR0 Minimum TR1 EOF SOF RFU 0 Yes
1 No
B3 SOF requires
0 Yes
B8 B7 Minimum TR0
1 No
B6 B5 Minimum TR1 0 0 Default value
0 0 Default value 0 1 48/Fs
Param20 1 64/Fs 1 0 16/Fs
B81 B70 B6 B5
16/Fs B4 B3 1 B2 B1
1 RFU
01 01 0 RFU0 Maximum frame size(byte)

Maximum frame size code 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9~F


in ATTRIB
Maximum frame size(byte) 16 24 32 40 48 64 96 128 256 256

B6 B5 Meaning
0 0 PCD to PICC, 1ETU=128/Fc, bit rate is 106kbps
0 1 PCD to PICC, 1ETU=64/Fc, bit rate is 212kbps
1 0 PCD to PICC, 1ETU=32/Fc, bit rate is 424kbps
1 1 PCD to PICC, 1ETU=16/Fc, bit rate is 847kbps

B8 B7 Meaning
0 0 PICC to PCD, 1ETU=128/Fc, bit rate is 106kbps
0 1 PICC to PCD, 1ETU=64/Fc, bit rate is 212kbps
1 0 PICC to PCD, 1ETU=32/Fc, bit rate is 424kbps
1 1 PICC to PICD, 1ETU=16/Fc, bit rate is 847kbps

Param3
B4=B3=B2=0, B1=1 then PICC compliant with ISO/IEC14443-4
B4=B3=B2=B1=0 then PICC not compliant with ISO/IEC14443-4
B8=B7=B6=B5=0

Param4

B8 B7 B6 B5 B4 B3 B2 B1
0 0 0 0 CID(Card identification)
B4=B3=B2=B1=1 then RFU

Answer to attrib command


st nd
1 2 …. bytes CRC-B
MBLI CID Higher layer response

6-2-4. HLTB Command & answer


Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0x41 HLTB Cmd(0x50) PUPI BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status HLTB Response BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1 1

STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX


Or 1 1 1 1 1 1

HLTB Command
st nd th th th th
1 byte 2 ,r3d,4 ,5 bytes 6 ,7 bytes
50H Identifier (4bytes) PUPI CRC-B
Answer
st nd rd
1 byte 2 ,3 bytes
00 CRC-B 2bytes
6-2-5. Active command
Half duplex block transmission format

Prologue field Information field Epilogue field


PCB CID NAD INF EDC
1byte 1byte 1byte 2byte

Error detect code


FSD/FSC

6-2-5-1. Type-B Active command


Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X41 PCB CID NAD INF BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ref. ISO-14443-4 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status Response BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 N (Ref. ISO-14443-4) 1 1

STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX


Or 1 1 1 1 1 1

CRC-B is transmitted to the Host in the Receive data frame


CRC-B is transmitted together with the data when the calculated result inside Reader is equal to
the received value.
If it is not equal to the received value, CRC Error code is generated at Status byte and the data is
not transmitted.
CRC-B is not included in the Transmit data frame.
Calculation of CRC-B is settled inside Reader and CRC-A is included in the data when
transmitting to the PICC.

6-2-5-2. Type-B Dummy Send command


Host
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low 0X42 Data BCC ETX
1 1 1 Dummy data 1 1
Response
STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status Data BCC ETX
1 1 1 1 Response 1 1

STX Bit_Len_high Bit_Len_low Status BCC ETX


Or 1 1 1 1 1 1

7. Dimension
7-1
7-1-1. Connection
Pin number Description Remark
1 VCC 5VDC
2 GND
3 TXD
4 RXD
5 GND

7-2.

7-2-1. Connector
Pin number Description Pin number Description
1 VCC (5~3VDC) 11 NC
2 GND 12 NC
3 RESET (OUTPUT) 13 NC
4 RF Clock 13.56㎒(OUTPUT 14 ANT-GND
5 RFU 15 ANT-GND
6 RFU 16 ANT-DRV
7 RFU 17 GND
8 TXD 18 NC
9 RXD 19 NC
10 NC 20 NC

7-3.

7-3-1. Connector Description


Pin number Description Pin number Description
1 VCC(5~3VDC) 11 NC
2 GND 12 NC
3 RESET (OUTPUT) 13 NC
4 RF Clock 13.56㎒(OUTPUT) 14 ANT-GND
5 RFU 15 ANT-GND
6 RFU 16 ANT-DRV
7 RFU 17 GND
8 TXD 18 NC
9 RXD 19 NC
10 NC 20 NC
8. Application circuit diagram (Based)
8-1. Application1