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ISO 15693, SHA3-256, 256-Bit User EEPROM Secure Authenticator

MAX66250 Secure Authenticator Combines FIPS 202-Compliant SHA-3 Challenge and Response Authentication with Secure EEPROM

Product Details

Key Features

Parametric specs for NFC/RFID Products
Protocol ISO15693
Functions Tag
End Equipment Access Control
Asset Tracking
IP Protection
Medical Sensor Authentication and Calibration
Printer Cartridge Configuration and Monitoring
RFID/NFC General Purpose
Secure Access Control
Memory Type EEPROM
Memory Size 256bit
Security Features SHA3-256
Write-Only Secrets
Oper. Temp. (°C) -40 to +85
Package/Pins SOIC (N)/8
Parametric specs for Secure Authenticators
Crypto Engine Symmetric
End Equipment Asset Tracking
Bus Type ISO 15693
Memory Type EEPROM
Memory Size 256 bits
Deep Cover Yes
Oper. Temp. (°C) -40 to +85
Package/Pins SOIC (N)/8
Budgetary
Price (See Notes)
1.02
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Parametric specs for Memory (EPROM, EEPROM, ROM, NV SRAM)
End Equipment Asset Tracking
Medical Consumable ID
Peripheral ID and Control
Print Cartridge Authentication
Security
Memory Type EEPROM
Memory Size 256bit
Package/Pins SOIC (N)/8
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Parameters

Parametric specs for NFC/RFID Products
Protocol ISO15693
Functions Tag
End Equipment Access Control
Asset Tracking
IP Protection
Medical Sensor Authentication and Calibration
Printer Cartridge Configuration and Monitoring
RFID/NFC General Purpose
Secure Access Control
Memory Type EEPROM
Memory Size 256bit
Security Features SHA3-256
Write-Only Secrets
Oper. Temp. (°C) -40 to +85
Package/Pins SOIC (N)/8
Parametric specs for Secure Authenticators
Crypto Engine Symmetric
End Equipment Asset Tracking
Bus Type ISO 15693
Memory Type EEPROM
Memory Size 256 bits
Deep Cover Yes
Oper. Temp. (°C) -40 to +85
Package/Pins SOIC (N)/8
Budgetary
Price (See Notes)
1.02
Parametric specs for Memory (EPROM, EEPROM, ROM, NV SRAM)
End Equipment Asset Tracking
Medical Consumable ID
Peripheral ID and Control
Print Cartridge Authentication
Security
Memory Type EEPROM
Memory Size 256bit
Package/Pins SOIC (N)/8

Key Features

  • Robust Countermeasures Protect against Security Attacks
    • All Stored Data Cryptographically Protected from Discovery
  • Efficient Secure Hash Algorithm to Authenticate Peripherals
    • FIPS 202-Compliant SHA-3 Algorithm for Challenge/Response Authentication
    • FIPS 198-Compliant Keyed-Hash Message Authentication Code (HMAC)
  • Supplemental Features Enable Easy Integration into End Applications
    • 17-Bit One-Time Settable, Nonvolatile Decrement-Only Counter with Authenticated Read
    • Secure Storage for Secrets
    • 256 Bits of Secure EEPROM for User Data
    • ISO/IEC 15693: up to 52.97kbps
    • Unique and Unalterable Factory-Programmed 64-Bit Identification Number (ROM ID) with Corresponding UID per ISO/IEC 15693

Applications/Uses

  • Medical Tools/Accessories Authentication and Calibration
  • Printer Cartridge Configuration and Monitoring
  • System Intellectual Property Protection
  • NFC-Enabled Embedded Systems
  • Asset Tracking
  • Access Control
  • Driver Identification
  • E-Cash

Description

The MAX66250 secure authenticator combines FIPS 202-compliant Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA-3) challenge and response authentication with secured EEPROM.

The device provides a core set of cryptographic tools derived from integrated blocks including a SHA-3 engine, 256 bits of secured user EEPROM, a decrement-only counter and a unique 64-bit ROM identification number (ROM ID). The unique ROM ID is used as a fundamental input parameter for cryptographic operations and serves as an electronic serial number within the application. The device communicates over an RF interface compliant with ISO/IEC 15693.

Simplified Block Diagram

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