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  • Smart Card|Non-contact IC card・smart tag・RFID servise E ...

    2021-6-25u2002·u2002Smart Card. Contactless IC cards have high security and a user-friendly capacity. Even though they are simply called as 'IC cards', there are numerous kinds of IC chips. As a professional smart card maker, E-Garde is working with the following systems to handle more IC chips than other makers and to maintain the quality.

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  • RFID Key fobs - RFID Smart card, Chip card, contactless ...

    2019-2-17u2002·u2002RFID key fobs, made of durable ABS, epoxy or other materials, are available with broad range of RFID technology from LF to UHF. They are the extension products of normal ISO cards and easy to carry. They are also called RFID key rings, and available with the most common RFID chip types in 125KHz (LF), 13.56MHz (HF) and in UHF on request.

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  • NFC Contactless Payments - ACR122U USB NFC Reader

    The ACR122U NFC Reader is a PC-linked contactless smart card reader/writer developed based on 13.56 MHz Contactless (RFID) Technology. Compliant with the ISO/IEC18092 standard for Near Field Communication (NFC), it supports not only MIFARE® and ISO 14443 A and B cards, but also all four types of NFC tags.

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  • HF 13.56mhz Mifare 1k Card,HF 13.56mhz Mifare 1k Card ...

    2019-3-26u2002·u2002Philips 13.56MHz HF Mifare 1k 1024bytes IC card NXP Semiconductors has developed the MIFARE Classic MF1S50 to be used in a contactless smart card according to ISO/IEC 14443 Type A. Manufacturer programmed 7-byte UID or 4-byte NUID identifier for each device 1 kB, organized in 16 sectors of 4 blocks (one block consists of 16 byte)

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  • Why Do You Need a Contactless IC Card?

    Why Do You Need a Contactless IC Card? Smart Cards are authorization devices with Integrated Circuits (IC) embedded in them that are widely used to store information and use them at the time of need. This is a significant shift from magnetic strip cards technology in which all the information was stored in a magnetic strip instead of IC units.

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  • NFC Application: NFC Tags/Cards Wristband, Types of NFC ...

    NFC Applications. Near Field Communication (NFC) is a contactless communication technology based on a radio frequency (RF) field using a base frequency of 13.56 MHz. RFID NFC card technology is perfectly designed to exchange data between two devices through a simple touch gesture. Today, NFC HF RFID labels are widely used in economic activities ...

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  • Visa Contactless Payments – Learn how to Tap to Pay

    Contactless payments are transactions made by tapping either a contactless chip card or payment-enabled mobile or wearable device over a contactless-enabled payment terminal. Cards, phones, watches and other devices use the same contactless technology. When you tap to pay checkout is secure, convenient and touch-free.

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  • NFC - Near Field Communication

    2021-10-13u2002·u2002Printer. Near Field Communication (NFC) is a fast, intuitive technology that lets you interact securely with the world around you with a simple touch. NFC wireless proximity technology is available in billions of smartphones, tablets, consumer and industrial electronics—with new devices arriving almost daily. Product selector.

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  • Using a MFRC522 reader to read and write MIFARE RFID cards ...

    2021-7-13u2002·u2002ISO/IEC 14443 Type A 13.56 MHz contactless smart card standard. The MIFARE name (derived from the term MIkron FARE Collection System) covers seven different kinds of contactless cards. MIFARE Classic employs a proprietary protocol compliant to parts (but not all) of ISO/IEC 14443-3 Type A, with an NXP proprietary security protocol for ...

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