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Mifare RFID Receiver Module + Integrated Antenna & S/O
The OEM-MIFARE-ICODE Reader Board is a complete Read/Write sysyem for ISO14443A Mifare 1k, 4k, Ultralight and ISO15693 ICODE / TAG-IT cards and tags. It has an integrated PCB track antenna, LEDs, TTL serial and I/O interface and is available in two versions; with RS232 connector or USB (RS232 interface version requires 5 volt...
Evaluation Board for RWD RFID Modules | RF Solutions
The Q432 kit allows you to evaluate all the features of the particular RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) transponer type and the capabilities of the MicroRWD reader module.
This is undoubtedly one of the smallest and lowest cost solutions for RFID read/write communication for the latest 125 kHz and 13.56 MHz contactless cards and tag types....
MIFARE RFID RECEIVER MODULE - RF Solutions Ltd
The MicroRWD MF LP (Low Power) module is a complete read and write solution for 13.56 MHz Mifare Classic cards (1k, 4k and Ultralight versions) and supports Mifare contactless operations to dual-interface cards such as Mifare ProX, Smart MX (JCOP) and other types. DESfire and Mifare PLUS cards are supported for serial number acquisition only. The solution is...
RFID Coil Antenna, 125KHz | RF Solutions
The Micro RWD has been designed to interface to a simple low Q (10-20) antenna coil of around 700uH (micro Henry) inductance operating at a carrier frequency of 125 kHz.
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RFID Coil Antenna, 13.56MHz | RF Solutions
The MicroRWD MF (Mifare) module has been designed to interface to a simple high Q antenna coil of around 1uH inductance together with some capacitor and resistor components. The antenna coil and passive components form the tuned RLC (ResistorInductor-Capacitor) circuit, which is designed to resonate at the 13.56 MHz carrier frequency and have a Q factor...