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A new contactless smart card IC using an on-chip antenna and an asynchronous microcontroller

Abstract : This paper describes a new generation of contactless smart card chip which integrates an on-chip coil connected to a power reception system and an emitter/receiver module compatible with the ISO 14443 standard, together with an asynchronous quasi-delay insensitive (QDI) 8-bit microcontroller. Beyond the contactless smart card application field, this new chip demonstrates that system-on-chip integrating power reception and management, radio-frequency communication, and signal processing is feasible. It associates analog/digital parts as well as synchronous/asynchronous logics and has been fabricated in a CMOS six metal layers 0.25- mu m technology from STMicroelectronics.
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A. Abrial, J. Bouvier, Marc Renaudin, P. Senn, Pascal Vivet. A new contactless smart card IC using an on-chip antenna and an asynchronous microcontroller. IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2001, July ; 36(7), pp.1101-7. ⟨10.1109/4.933467⟩. ⟨hal-00009607⟩



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