Dynamic Near Field Communication (NFC) Type 4B Tag


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This dynamic Near Field Communication (NFC) tag design outlines the required components, layout considerations, and provides firmware examples to implement NFC into applications such as Bluetooth® and Wi-Fi® pairing, equipment configuration and diagnostics, or as a general purpose NFC data interface. The documentation, hardware, and example code provided allows the designer to quickly implement NFC functionality with an MSP430 or other MCU of choice.

  • NFC Tag Type 4B compliant design
  • ISO14443B compliant 13.56-MHz RF interface supports up to 848 kbps for fast data transfer
  • Code examples to write and read NDEF messages to internal SRAM
  • 3kB SRAM for a large variety NDEF message types
  • Interrupt register and output pin to indicate NDEF read or write completion for further processing
  • This design is tested and includes firmware, hardware design, and a user's guide
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Design files

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TIDR476.PDF (36 K)

Detailed schematic diagram for design layout and components

TIDR475.PDF (106 K)

Complete listing of design components, reference designators, and manufacturers/part numbers

TIDC333.ZIP (83 K)

Design file that contains information on physical board layer of design PCB


Includes TI products in the design and potential alternatives.

MSP430 microcontrollers

MSP430FR573924 MHz MCU with 16KB FRAM, 1KB SRAM, 10-bit ADC , comparator, UART/SPI/I2C, timer

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Other wireless technologies

RF430CL330HDynamic Dual Interface NFC Transponder

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Code example or demo

RF430CL330H Example Code — SLOC290.ZIP (148 K)

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