Smart card reader interface ICs for pay TV, point of sale and banking terminals

23-03-2015 | Mouser Electronics | Semiconductors

Ideal for pay TV applications, point of sale and banking terminals, Mouser
now stocks NXP's TDA80x smart card reader interface ICs. The devices offer
the strong cryptography, high data rate support and the security required by
such applications.

The TDA8024, TDA8034, and TDA8035 are low-cost, contact-based smart-card
reader ICs that read the majority of viewing cards issued by broadcasters.
They are CISCO technology and ISO 7816 compliant, so they offer high levels
of design flexibility and support all three levels of smart-card classes.

The TDA8007 is tailored to the requirements for the POS market, enabling
with two front-ends in addition to an included UART an easy integration into
the POS reader, having the EMV L1 certification available.

The TDA8023 enables due to its availability of simple logic to include
easily the payment functionality into the payment reader. Several SAMs on
top of the contact reader IC may be included through the TDA8026, having 5
smart card interfaces on board.

The TDA8029 includes a microcontroller on top of a UART and a smart card
interface; as such the integration into existing solutions is only low
effort as the protocol is handled by the contact reader IC.

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