عنوان انگلیسی مقاله:
Secured miniaturized system-in-package contactless and passive authentication devices featuring NFC
ترجمه فارسی عنوان مقاله:
سیستم امن مینیاتوری در بسته بدون تماس و احراز هویت دستگاه های غیر فعال دارای NFC
Sciencedirect - Elsevier - Microprocessors and Microsystems, 53 (2017) 120-129. doi:10.1016/j.micpro.2017.07.011
Norbert Druml∗, Juergen Schilling, Walther Pachler, Bernhard Roitner, Thomas Ruprechter, Holger Bock, Gerald Holweg
RFID/NFC technology is widely spread nowadays and applications can be found in our everyday life, for
example, in payment, transportation, logistics, healthcare, and access control. State-of-the-art contactless
and passive authentication solutions implement relatively large coils outside of the chip. Therefore, the
minimum size is in the order of a few square centimeters, which limits their use for tagging of certain
small-sized goods. On top of that, those miniaturized solutions which are available today provide only
limited security measures.
Here we introduce miniaturized system-in-package contactless authentication devices. This novel solution
integrates Infineon Technologies’ CIPURSETMmove IC, which is a state-of-the-art security solution featur
ing an open security standard, into embedded Wafer Level Ball Grid Array (eWLB) packages, together
with HF-antennas, ferrites, as well as discrete elements that improve HF-coupling characteristics.
The presented devices provide better HF-coupling characteristics than Coil-on-Chip approaches, which
also enable verification of authenticity of tagged products through NFC-enabled smart phones. Thanks to
the miniaturized package sizes of 3 × 3 mm, integration into high-priced products, casings, consumable
materials, etc., can be achieved in a discreet way. Furthermore, the integrated CIPURSETM chip enables
not only the anti-counterfeiting use-case, but also micropayment, ticketing, access control, and password
storage in a secured way. Therefore, this miniaturized contactless authentication solution will open up
whole new fields of applications.
Keywords: Security | System-in-package | eWLB | RFID | NFC | CIPURSETM