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Frequency 13.56 MHz Device type Transponder Operating temperature range (C) -40 to 85 Standard ISO 14443B Rating Catalog Transmission principle FDX - PSK open-in-new Find other Other wireless technologies

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  • NFC Tag Type 4
  • ISO14443B-Compliant 13.56-MHz RF Interface Supports up to 848 kbps
  • SPI or I2C Interface to Write and Read NDEF Messages to Internal SRAM
  • 3KB of SRAM for NDEF Messages
  • Automatic Checking of NDEF Structure
  • Interrupt Register and Output Pin to Indicate NDEF Read or Write Completion
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The Texas Instruments Dynamic NFC Interface Transponder RF430CL330H is an NFC Tag Type 4 device that combines a wireless NFC interface and a wired SPI or I2C interface to connect the device to a host. The NDEF message in the SRAM can be written and read from the integrated SPI or I2C serial communication interface and can also be accessed and updated wirelessly through the integrated ISO14443B-compliant RF interface that supports up to 848 kbps.

This operation allows NFC connection handover for an alternative carrier like , Low Energy (BLE), and Wi-Fi as an easy and intuitive pairing process or authentication process with only a tap. As a general NFC interface, the RF430CL330H enables end equipments to communicate with the fast-growing infrastructure of NFC-enabled smart phones, tablets, and notebooks.

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Technical documentation

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* Datasheet RF430CL330H Dynamic NFC Interface Transponder datasheet (Rev. C) Nov. 05, 2014
* Errata RF430CL330H Device Erratasheet (Rev. D) Jan. 22, 2014
Technical articles Bluetooth® Low Energy shifts gears for car access Jul. 15, 2019
Application notes Frequently asked questions for RF430CL33xH devices (Rev. B) Mar. 13, 2019
Technical articles Top 3 design challenges that the new generation of SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® devices will help you overcome Feb. 21, 2019
Technical articles Exploring the impact of IoT on innovation Jul. 17, 2018
Technical articles An out-of-the-box Internet of Things: building a seamless and secure smart home network Jun. 12, 2018
Application notes Frequently Asked Questions for RF430CL33xH Devices (Rev. A) Nov. 27, 2017
Application notes Automating Bluetooth Pairing With Near-Field Communications (NFC) (Rev. A) Mar. 31, 2016
Application notes RF430CL330H VCORE Pin Wake Up MCU Via NFC/RFID Freq Magnetic Field Jun. 30, 2014
Application notes RF430CL330H Practical Antenna Design Guide Jun. 05, 2014
User guides RF430CL330H Target Board User's Guide (Rev. A) May 14, 2014
White papers Navigating your way through the RFID jungle Feb. 20, 2014
More literature RF430CL330H NFC Forum Test Result Summary Jan. 22, 2014
White papers Simplifying the Bluetooth® pairing experience using a dynamic NFC transponder Nov. 20, 2012

Design & development

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Hardware development



The DLP-RF430BP BoosterPack is add-on module compatible with TI’s low-cost LaunchPad rapid prototyping ecosystem. Dynamic Dual Interface NFC Transponder BoosterPack is built with RF430CL330H – ISO14443B compatible Dual Interface Dynamic NFC Transponder. Using a combination of this BoosterPack (...)

  • Onboard antenna and connection for optional external antenna
  • Operational power supplied by the LaunchPad (Purchased Separately)
  • Standard 20-pin BoosterPack header
  • Texas Instruments RF430CL330H, Rev D Silicon
    • NFC Type 4B Tag Platform / IEC/ISO14443B Compliant
    • 13.56MHz RF Interface (supports up to 848kbps (...)

Software development

RF430CL330H Example Code
RF430CL330H-EXAMPLE-CODE This example code demonstrates how to initialize the RF430CL330H device, write a simple NDEF message and handle interrupts at the end of a read or write operation. The examples use two different hardware combinations as shown below.
  • MSP-EXP430FR5739 + RF430CL330HTB(sloc290)
  • MSP-EXP430G2 (...)
Fixed Point Math Library for MSP
MSP-IQMATHLIB The Texas Instruments® MSP IQmath and Qmath Libraries are a collection of highly optimized and high-precision mathematical functions for C programmers to seamlessly port a floating-point algorithm into fixed-point code on MSP430 and MSP432 devices. These routines are typically used in (...)
  • Optimized fixed point functions - reduce development time and enable developers to focus on optimizing application code
  • Up to 100x higher performance when executing common fixed point scalar math functions in CCS – this means the MSP microcontroller can remain in low power modes longer than (...)

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