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In the News (Sat 20 Jul 19)

  
  ISO 7816, ISO 14443 1nd ISO 15693 Smart Card standards for contact, proximity and vicinity cards
ISO 14443 RFID cards; contactless proximity cards operating at 13.56 MHz in up to 5 inches distance.
ISO 15693 RFID cards; contactless vicinity cards operating at 13.56 MHz in up to 50 inches distance.
EMV 2000 version 4.00, Europay, MasterCard and Visa worked jointly over the last few years to develop specifications that define a set of requirements to ensure interoperability between chip cards and terminals on a global basis, regardless of the manufacturer, the financial institution, or where the card is used.
www.cardwerk.com /industry-standards   (301 words)

  
  ISO 14443 contactless card standard Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
ISO 14443 is an international standard which describes how contactless cards and terminals should work to ensure industry-wide compatibility, for example in identity, security, payment, mass-transit and access control applications.
ISO standards are developed by the ISO, the International Organization for Standardization.
The ISO 14443 is divided into 4 separate parts outlining physical characteristics, radio frequency power and signal interface, initialization and anti-collision and transmission protocol.
www.gemplus.com /techno/iso14443   (332 words)

  
  MIFARE sets contactless interface standard
The ISO 14443 standard defines the interface technology used in these contactless systems to ensure compatibility and multiple sourcing along the value chain, so that all can benefit from reducing cost and from the economies of scale that mass production provides.
With ISO 14443 Type A solutions leading the market, it is easy for decision-makers to see which contactless technology is being more readily accepted by consumers.
ISO 14443 has two variants, Type A and Type B. Any reader that conforms to the ISO 14443 standard must be able to read both Type A and Type B cards.
www.semiconductors.com /news/identification/articles/articles/a49   (625 words)

  
 Innovatron : Licensing : What : ISO 14443 B Patents
Innovatron : Licensing : What : ISO 14443 B Patents
Since 1992, a major program of Research and Development has resulted in Innovatron extending the application of the smartcard technology, enabling its use through a contactless communication interface.
A number of these patents relate to the communication interface which is the subject of the standard ISO 14443.
www.innovatron.fr /isopatent.html   (241 words)

  
 RFI Global Services Ltd   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
ISO is a non-governmental organization networking the national standards institutes of 156 countries.
ISO 14442 Type A is one the types recognized by the ISO 14443 standard.
ISO 14443 Type B is the standardized version of a product originally developed by Mifare (Philips).
www.rfi-global.com /Glossary.html   (1368 words)

  
 Federal ID cards need more thought | CNET News.com
First, tests have proved that ISO 14443 chips can be read at up to 30 feet away, not merely a few inches away.
Second, the ISO 14443 specifications state that the contents of the chips can be encrypted; it is not the case that they must be encrypted, much less encrypted well.
Finally, to assume that because the contents of an ISO 14443 chip are safe from prying eyes because they are encrypted is as foolish as assuming that a house is able to withstand a stiff wind simply because it is built.
news.com.com /2009-1081_3-5722023.html   (1030 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
This story confirms the fact that National ID cards will be standardized with the global ISO 14443 radio frequency which will make all National ID cards readable in any country.
ISO 14443 is a nick-name for "contactless chip".
We will not need an ISO 14443 contactless chip, nor will we need an iris scan or fingerprint or subdermal chip in order to enter into the heavenlies on that Day of Christ (the Rapture).
www.fivedoves.com /letters/may2005/jimg516-3.htm   (181 words)

  
 First Hill Electronics Co.-Malaysia - Support Documents and Related Information
With communications speeds from 106 ~ 848 kBit/s and a minimum interrogation field strength of 1.5 A/m, 14443 even allows even microprocessor smartcards (highest security and flexibility in applications) to be operated contactless.
The ISO 14443 standard for the contactless protocol has been widely used wolrdwide.
An example of a widely used ISO 14443 contactless smartcard is Hong Kong's Octopus card, which predates the ISO/IEC 14443 standard.
www.fecinc.com.my /docs/docs_rfid_vicprox.htm   (576 words)

  
 Integrated Engineering - Contactless Smart Card Technology
The ISO 14443 standard is subdivided in four levels:
ISO 14443 level 2: Radio frequency power and signal interface
Since many current MCUs are able to generate their clock internally, even when the external modulation is 100% (Type A), MCUbased smart cards can be fully compatible with 14443 Type A protocol.
www.ieprox.com /information_technologies_iso_14443_iso_14443_levels.htm   (319 words)

  
 RFID-Forum :: ISO 14443, 15693, 18000 :: ISO 15693-3
RFID-Forum :: ISO 14443, 15693, 18000 :: ISO 15693-3
I have also a S6700 chip and I am able to read in a SID loop, but I don't know how to operate when collision is detected; I don't know how to use masks (if needed).
I mean that ISO 15693-3 shows how to deal with that in "VCD peudo-code for anticollision" but this is a very very bad source and I can't understand nothing.
rfid-handbook.de /forum/read.php?5,583   (104 words)

  
 An Introduction to RFID Development
ISO has also created a standard for the air interface protocol for RFID tags used in payment systems and contactless smart cards (ISO 14443), and in vicinity cards (ISO 15693).
The ISO 18000 series covers the air interface protocol for systems likely to be used to track goods in the supply chain.
ISO has proposed standards for tracking 40-foot shipping containers, pallets, transport units, cases, and unique items, all of which are at various stages in the approval process.
www.devx.com /enterprise/Article/31108/0/page/3   (961 words)

  
 RFID Journal - TI Embraces Prox Card Standard - RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) Technology News & Features
TI is now preparing for broader acceptance of RFID payments systems by developing tags and readers based on ISO 14443 Type B, an international standard for proximity cards operating at 13.56-MHz.
TI-RFid says it is shipping samples of the new reader module to key customers, and samples of ISO 14443-compliant microchips will be available early in the second quarter.
TI-RFid says new 14443 platform will feature a chip with a flexible and configurable memory architecture, a file system that supports multiple applications, and dynamic encryption capability.
www.rfidjournal.com /article/articleview/327/1/1   (717 words)

  
 How to Build a Low-Cost, Extended-Range RFID Skimmer - ConspiracyResearch.org
Another part of the relay attack against ISO 14443A RFID systems was implemented by Hancke [Han05]: He implemented the fast digital communication between the leech and the ghost (see Figure 1), while using standard (nominal range) devices for the leech and ghost themselves.
We focused on the ISO 14443 Type A standard, that is used in contactless smartcards and E-passports.
The ISO 10373-6 testing configuration is based on monitoring a phase difference between the signal source and the load.
www.conspiracyresearch.org /forums/index.php?showtopic=742   (7905 words)

  
 News | Gainesville.com | The Gainesville Sun | Gainesville, Fla.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
ISO 14443 defines a proximity card used for identification that usually uses the standard credit card form factor defined by ISO 7810 ID-1.
The Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) reader uses an embedded microcontroller (including its own microprocessor and several types of memory) and a magnetic loop antenna that operates at 13.56 MHz (RFID frequency).
ISO 14443 consists of four parts and describes two types of cards: type A and type B. The main differences between these types concern modulation methods, coding schemes (part 2) and protocol initialization procedures (part 3).
www.gainesville.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=ISO_14443   (203 words)

  
 Card Technology, The Smart Card News Source
The reader is compatible with DESFire, FIPS 201 (a U.S. federal government specification), ISO 14443 types A and B, ISO 15693 and FeliCa (a Sony-developed contactless product), all high-frequency technologies, in addition to the low-frequency products.
Among the potential customers may be U.S. government agencies, which are working to meeting a presidential mandate that they begin to issue a standardized ID card to employees and contractors this October.
The standard for that card, which includes FIPS 201, is distinct from the ISO 14443 specification in that it has a specific way the data must be structured, says Eric Widlitz, manager of government and technology applications at HID.
www.cardtechnology.com /article.html?id=20060306OE7W53J0   (230 words)

  
 Integrated Engineering - Contactless Smart Card Technology
The ISO 14443 reader provides a high security solution for access control applications using contact-less smartcards.
All readers are available in different housings and antenna sizes, providing read/write ranges up to 8 cm (3.15 inch) (depending on installation and used cards, tags or transponders).
More information and technical specifications about the ISO 14443 readers can be found on the product datasheet.
www.ieprox.com /iso_14443_readers.htm   (166 words)

  
 Texas Instruments RFID In the News: TI Embraces Prox Card Standard
One key reason for adopting the ISO 14443 standard is it provides increased security.
Prior to the establishment of the ISO 14443 standard, credit card issuers had been generally reluctant to do this.
“The platform we developed for ISO 14443, which supports a data exchange rate of about 106 kilobits per second, was developed specifically for the payments industry.”
www.ti.com /rfid/docs/news/in_the_news/2003/3-6-03.shtml   (457 words)

  
 Pro-Active : Contactless cards ISO 14443 contactless smartcards
ISO compliance : 14443-A (1, 2 and 3), 106kbps,
ISO compliance : 14443-A (1, 2, 3 and 4), T=CL, 106, 212 or 424kbps,
ISO compliance : 14443-B (1, and 2), 106kbps,
www.pro-active.fr /products/tags   (147 words)

  
 EPIC Response to Phil Libin's May 17, 2005 CNET Column
First, tests have proved that ISO 14443 chips can be read at up to 30 feet away, not merely a few inches away.
Second, the ISO 14443 specifications state that the contents of the chips can be encrypted; it is not the case that they must be encrypted, much less encrypted well.
Finally, to assume that because the contents of an ISO 14443 chip are safe from prying eyes because they are encrypted is as foolish as assuming that a house is able to withstand a stiff wind simply because it is built.
www.epic.org /privacy/surveillance/spotlight/0405response.html   (1262 words)

  
 E P S Y S - Smartcards & Systems
GemProx is fully compliant with the ISO 14443 A and B standard.
Gemplus is an active participant to international standardization groups and offers its unique experience in consulting services such as: Security schemes, interoperability issues, test specifications and tools, feasibility analysis, demonstrations.
Gemplus is ready to adapt its readers to specific demands in term of casing customization (color, logo, etc.) or dedicated couplers and antennas.
www.epsys.no /gemprox.htm   (1164 words)

  
 RF Technologies and the Rise of ISO 14443: The Impact on Future Proximity Payments
RF Technologies and the Rise of ISO 14443: The Impact on Future Proximity Payments
Why ISO 14443 Has Gained Traction in Payments
The Future for ISO 14443: Impact on and Integration with Mobile Payments
www.marketresearch.com /product/display.asp?productid=896603&partnerid=901625821&curr=USD&kw=&view=toc   (84 words)

  
 XceedID - Multi Technology Readers - Contactless Smart Cards - 13.56 MHz Readers - ISO 14443 and ISO 15693 - ...
ISOX readers combine well established industry standard 125 kHz prox technologies (such as HID® proximity, GE/CASI® ProxLite®, XceedID proximity) and newer 13.56 MHz contactless ISO 14443 and ISO 15693 compliant smart card technologies in the same reader device.
This design approach, and merging of technologies, provides a migration path for customers looking to move from older 125 kHz prox technology to state of the art 13.56 MHz contactless technology without having to replace entire card populations at one time.
For those customers that are looking to move to contactless smart cards, but have not yet made a firm decision on a specific technology selection or ISO standard, the ISOX multi-technology readers provide peace of mind as customers can choose their 13.56 MHz contactless card technology, at any time in the future, with confidence.
www.xceedid.com /products/index.html   (588 words)

  
 Philips Single Chip Reader IC Goes Multi-Standard - Smart Card Alliance
Designed to support the ISO contactless standards in this frequency range including ISO 14443 and ISO 15693, the CL RC 632 IC offers system integrators the flexibility to develop interoperable RFID systems for different high volume reader applications including public transport, road tolling, access control schemes and supply chain management.
Philips’ MIFARE©; and I.CODE technologies are the industry benchmarks for the international standards ISO 14443 and ISO 15693 respectively.
This technology can vary the amplitude of radio frequency signals enabling the recognition of different RFID-based smart cards, tags and labels operating in accordance with ISO 14443 and ISO 15693, e.g.
www.smartcardalliance.org /articles/2002/11/15/philips-single-chip-reader-ic-goes-multi-standard   (365 words)

  
 OTI On Track Innovations Ltd. Secured Contactless Smart Card Solutions.
OTI is fully committed to compliance with ISO standards.
Supports Multiple Standards - Our Saturn line are user-friendly and attractive, yet highly-sophisticated multi-function readers, the first to provide ISO 14443 Type A, Type B, and Type D contactless operation plus ISO 7816 contact functionality.
Customers benefit by the ability to easily reprogram and update the Saturn's software in the field using flash memory, while the reader's USB or RS232 connections enable seamless integration with existing equipment such as point-of-sale terminals.
www.oti.co.il /content.aspx?id=13   (1380 words)

  
 Letter to the editor: ISO 14443 compliance clarification : RFID News
Visa selects ISO 14443 as its standard for global contactless payments
The following letter was received in response to last month's review of the basic tenets of the ISO standards for contactless cards, Contactless Card Standards: Making Sense of 14443, 15693, and 10536.
David Dressen, Product Development Manager for Atmel and member of ISO WG 8 committee (contactless cards), clarifies the requirements for ISO 14443 compliance.
www.rfidnews.org /library/2004/09/02/letter-to-the-editor-iso-14443-compliance-clarification   (173 words)

  
 PI: Tecnologie/ Viaggio nel mondo RFID (VI)
Attualmente nel mondo, in particolare nel sud est asiatico, sono già presenti sistemi RFID di pagamento basati su tecnologia ISO 18092, equipaggiati con 2 o 4 KB di memoria.
E' bene specificare che solo gli standard ISO 14443 tipo C e ISO 18092 sono certificati con il protocollo sopracitato, tutti gli altri non hanno fatto altro che "scrivere e leggere" i dati in forma criptata sulle card.
Per intenderci: i dati sono sempre tutti leggibili, ma sono scritti in forma criptata da un lettore personalizzato sul cliente: il protocollo di mutuo riconoscimento invece non effettua la comunicazione se reader e tag non si riconoscono reciprocamente.
www.punto-informatico.it /p.aspx?id=1047159&r=PI   (783 words)

  
 Texas Instruments to Deliver RFID Solution for MasterCard PayPass - Technology - RedOrbit
The ISO/IEC 14443 standard allows for this increased level of security because it supports significantly faster rates of data exchange (up to 848 kbits per second), enabling more complex security information to be passed between an RFID card and reader without affecting the user's experience.
As an added feature, read ranges for products based on the ISO/IEC 14443 platform are also limited to 4 centimeters (roughly 1.5 inches), further increasing the security of the transaction.
As credit and bank card issuers expand pilots throughout the United States and into other countries, the opportunity for TI to serve this market with its secure ISO/IEC 14443 solutions is significant.
www.redorbit.com /news/display/?id=119703   (605 words)

  
 TI to supply secure ISO 14443 RFID Solution for MasterCard’s PayPass payment system - ITRPortal.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The cards allow customers to pay simply by presenting their card or token to a reader – without having to swipe credit cards, sign payment slips or provide cash – allowing mush faster and more convenient payment for goods and services.
The latest ISO/IEC 14443 standard allows for an increased level of security because it supports significantly faster rates of data exchange (up to 848 kbits per second), enabling more complex security and encryption between an RFID card and reader without affecting the user's experience.
As an added feature, proximity read ranges for products based on the ISO/IEC 14443 platform are reduced to 4 centimetres (roughly 1.5 inches), further increasing the security of the transaction.
www.itrportal.com /absolutenm/templates/?a=1385   (1013 words)

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