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NXP PN7160/PN7161 NFC Plug & Play Controller
NXP Semiconductors’ PN7160/PN7161 is an NFC controller designed for integration in mobile devices and devices compliant with NFC standards.
The PN7160/PN7161 includes drivers for Android and Linux, and it supports RTOS and no OS applications. Embedded NFC firmware reduces the need for host interactions and minimizes code size, making design-in that much easier. Available with an I2C or SPI interface, the PN7160 is compatible with popular MCUs, including LPC, Kinetis and i.MX. The PN7161 version adds support for Apple ECP.
A highly efficient integrated power management unit allows direct supply with an extended battery supply range while an optimized architecture enables a low-power consumption in different modes.
A low PCB footprint enables a reduced external bill of material and the support of an external DC-DC converter can provide more output power.
PN7160 embeds a new generation RF contactless front-end, supporting various transmission modes according to NFCIP-1 and NFCIP-2, ISO/IEC14443, ISO/IEC 15693, MIFARE and FeliCa specifications.
This new contactless front-end design brings a major performance step-up with a higher sensitivity as well as the capability to work in active load modulation communication, thus enabling the support of a small antenna form factor.
With the support of a single-ended receiver, 1.3 W of transmit power, and a card mode receiver sensitivity of 20 millivolts peak-to-peak, the PN7160 can be readily integrated in mobile devices.
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