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Automotive 13.56 MHz NFC Transceiver

MLX90132

The Melexis MLX90132 is a 13.56MHz, fully integrated and multi-protocol NFC transceiver IC. It has been designed to support a large scope of protocols enabling the NFC functionality.


The MLX90132 supports

  • Reader/Writer mode: to read-out NFC tags compliant to the technologies NFC-A, NFC-B, NFC-F and ISO/IEC15693

  • Card emulation mode: to emulate NFC tags compliant to the technologies NFC-A, NFC-B and NFC-F

  • Peer-to-Peer mode: to communicate with NFC compliant active devices (e.g. smartphones)


The dual driver architecture of the MLX90132 requires minimal numbers of external components and allows the transmitter to provide up to 300 milliwatts RF power to an appropriate antenna load. This delivered power is suitable for most short to mid-range applications.


Thanks to its embedded Field and Tag detectors, the MLX90132 features a very low-power consumption, reducing to a minimum the power dissipation of the final application. The MLX90132 also features an electromagnetic disturbance (EMD) algorithm, improving the performances in Reader/Writer or Peer-to-Peer modes.


The MLX90132 is packaged in a 5x5mm QFN package and is rated for operation over -40 to +105 °C. It is manufactured and qualified according to the AEC-Q100 automotive standard.
Automotive 13.56 MHz NFC Transceiver - MLX90132

Features and benefits

  • Conforms with ISO/IEC 18092 (NFC-F)

  • Conforms with ISO/IEC 14443 (NFC-A and NFC-B)

  • Conforms with ISO/IEC 15693 or ISO/IEC 18000-3 mode 1

  • Standard SPI interface with 528 bytes buffer

  • High speed communication up to 848 kbit/s

  • Embedded RF field and TAG detectors

  • Power supply from 2.7 to 5.5 Volts
Used in these

Industries

  • Medical & Healthcare
  • Industrial & Robotics
  • Building, Security, Home & Office Automation
  • White Goods & Household Appliances

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