Security-Enabled Near-Field Communication Tag With Flexible Architecture Supporting Asymmetric Cryptography

@article{Plos2013SecurityEnabledNC,
  title={Security-Enabled Near-Field Communication Tag With Flexible Architecture Supporting Asymmetric Cryptography},
  author={Thomas Plos and Michael Hutter and Martin Feldhofer and M. Stiglic and F. Cavaliere},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems},
  year={2013},
  volume={21},
  pages={1965-1974}
}
This paper presents the design and implementation of a complete near-field communication (NFC) tag system that supports high-security features. The tag design contains all hardware modules required for a practical realization, which are: an analog 13.56-MHz radio-frequency identification (RFID) front-end, a digital part that includes a tiny (programmable) 8-b microcontroller, a framing logic for data transmission, a memory unit, and a crypto unit. All components have been highly optimized to… CONTINUE READING
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