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2009-09-28 PSoC 3 magnetic card reader
This application note describes a four-track magnetic card reader and its implementation in PSoC 3 using the AGC feature.
2013-02-21 Magnetic card reading in the presence of noise
Overcome noise issues when designing an optimum card reading system
2013-06-03 Improve power consumption in card detection system
Here's a solution for achieving the ultra-low power card detection operations
2008-03-11 The DS8007 and smart card interface fundamentals
This application note describes some of the fundamentals of smart cards and how to communicate with them.
2002-11-12 Smart-card chips advance as market stalls
Hampered by the market saturation of prepaid telephone cards and by serious delays in Europe's 3G mobile-phone rollout, smart cards are fast losing their 1990s glow of consistent double-digit annual growth.
2009-05-18 Interfacing the DS5250 with a magnetic stripe card reader
This application note explains how magnetic stripe card reading and decoding can easily be implemented on the DS5250 secure microcontroller.
2001-10-04 Applying the AN10E40 magnetic stripe read head amplifier
This application note briefly describes how the AN10E40 Field Programmable Analog Array (FPAA) can be used to construct a complete magnetic stripe read amplifier/decoder and how it can be easily interfaced to a host processor
2004-09-07 Philips supplies BMAC with contactless chips
Royal Philips Electronics has announced that the Beijing Municipal Administration and Communications Card Co. Ltd (BMAC) is using Philips' MIFARE UltraLight contactless chip technology in a new e-ticketing system for the Great Wall of China at Badaling, Beijing
2012-12-11 SMIC, Crocus to make MLU-based MCUs
Crocus and China-based SMIC will take magnetic logic devices down to 45nm in a bid to develop a process flow which supports secure microcontroller applications
2002-11-20 London system adopts contactless access cards
Beginning a volume rollout, London has issued 80,000 contactless smart cards for the London Underground and the rest of the city's public transportation system.
2004-05-03 Improving RFID chip security
It is important to incorporate measures against attacks in IC card design and implementation, to protect crucial data from illegal use
2008-08-15 HK transport system adopts Toppan smart cards
Japan-based Toppan Printing Company Ltd has been selected to produce and supply smart cards for transport and electronic payment in Hong Kong.
2012-11-22 Enabling utility transactions with NFC
Find out how the need for a more sophisticated payment infrastructure may be addressed to facilitate automated payments.
2008-12-01 MCU helps secure e-Government services
STMicroelectronics offers the ST23YR80, a MCU for secure identity cards supporting the latest cryptography techniques and offering large memory for biometric data.
2007-09-21 Secure MCUs enable EMV migration to SDA
ST's new family of secure MCUs are suitable for a range of finance applications, but particularly for EMV migration from magnetic stripe to SDA chip and PIN cards
2010-04-08 Connectors support Cat5E UTP cable gigabit speeds
From Tyco Electronics comes a RJ point five connector system that supports Gigabit speeds of Cat5E UTP cable, in integrated and non-integrated magnetic solutions
2013-09-25 China's market for smart payment, banking cards surges on
With financial institutions in China gearing up to the 2015 deadline for all new issued cards to be smart-card compliant, the country's market for smart payment and banking cards has exploded
2007-09-21 Zilog breaks into 32bit market with Zatara SoC
Zilog is now focusing on newly developed 32bit ARM-secured transaction products for POS applications, particularly the Zatara 32bit SoC designed for high-end applications requiring encryption.
2012-01-12 Precisely measure signals in weigh scale
Here's how to measure this signal levels accurately to meet the requirements of precision measurement for weighing scales.
2014-03-03 Intro to C-slow retiming, system hyper pipelining
Read about the potential of system hyper pipelining especially in the multi-core era.
2014-11-20 Zytronic outs EMI-resilient capacitive touch controller
The ZXY110 boasts improvements in the speed, accuracy and EMI stability of self-service touchscreens, and supports Windows 7, Windows 8 and Linux OS.
2013-04-30 Why flash storage is important to MEMS
Solid state drives operate at higher temperatures, and MEMS devices can withstand that environment because they regulate themselves.
2015-10-12 What you need to know about sensor fusion
Here is a look at the general concept of sensor fusion, the historical perspective, and two detailed casesinertial sensor fusion and image fusion.
2011-12-22 USBs, peripherals take center stage
USB has become ubiquitous on almost every consumer electronic device, from smartphones to PCs, TVs to game consoles, disk drives to tablets, cameras and much more besides.
2009-08-14 Sun's Cornwell: NAND is moving to litho death march
A Sun Microsystems Inc. technologist scolded the NAND flash industry, saying vendors are ignoring the needs of the enterprise and moving towards the "lithography death march."
2007-01-24 Slender BlackBerry boasts more consumer appeal
With some keyboard changes and a clever navigation rollerball, RIM apparently hopes to slim the BlackBerry e-mail terminal and bring in a new audience while not forgetting its traditional user.
2008-07-02 Serial ATA and the evolution in data storage technology
Before we can fully appreciate the benefits behind the SATA standard, it makes sense to look back on the history of data storage.
2010-02-16 Sensor, MCU combo module delivers 10 freedom
ST's STEVAL-MKI062V1 iNEMO module integrates six different sensors and a 32bit MCU and it is available as a 4.5cm x 5cm evaluation board with firmware library, PC GUI and software solutions.
2012-11-12 Seeing beneath Microsoft Surface
In this teardown, iFixit has exposed the innards of Microsoft's run at the iPad.
2007-07-16 Secure MCUs boast 'impressive' cryptographic features
Atmel has released three new devices in its secure MCU family integrating an impressive set of cryptographic features.
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