ISO15693 Reader Testing Platforms

Test platforms for ISO15693 allow emulatation of smart card signals and analysis of reader responses, or spy and analysis of signals between reader and card

 

 

Our laboratory tools facilitate design and interoperability testing of contactless, vicinity smart cards (Operating at 13.56 MHz, range of 1 - 1.5 meters) and readers that use the ISO 15693 radio frequency communication protocol. It is typically used for ticketing, smart labels and identification. It is also one of the protocols supported by mobile platforms implementing the NFCIP-2 protocol.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Test Platforms, Options & Accessories

Tester

Fully programmable card (PICC), reader (PCD) and NFC signal emulator for device characterization and protocol conformance verification. ProxiLAB...

Spy

Innovative protocol analyzer for easy, non-intrusive capture and protocol analysis of communication between contactless cards, readers and mobile...

License options

ProxiSPY NFC, FeliCa, ISO 15693 protocol analysis option with probes adapted to mobile phones and other non-card form factors
Requires ProxiSPY hardware
Software license option for ProxiLAB Quest adds analog control of emulated smart card (PICC) signals when testing smart card reader (PCD) and NFC...
Requires ProxiLAB with SC-ProxiLAB-PICC-AB option
Software license option for ProxiLAB Quest adds emulation of PICC ISO14443 A/B to test card readers (PCD)
Requires ProxiLAB hardware
Software license option for ProxiLAB Quest adds emulation of PICC for NFC (includes NFC IP1/IP2, ISO 15693, FeliCa) to test card readers (PCD) and...
Requires ProxiLAB with SC-ProxiLAB-PICC-AB option

Hardware Accessories

Signal capture probes adapted to smart objects with non-standard form factors
Requires ProxiSPY hardware
Replacement cable for connection of hardware platforms to external test bench equipment.
Cable for connection of NFC probes for ProxiSPY
Cable for inter-connection of KEOLABS' hardware plarforms
VICC reference probe for testing of contactless readers that implement ISO 15693 protocol