Mifare Ultralight Smart Card
    The MIFARE Ultralight card has only 512 bits of memory (i.e. 64 bytes), without cryptographic security. The memory is provided in 16 pages of 4 bytes.This card is so inexpensive it is often used for disposable tickets for events such as the Football World Cup 2006.

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     Mifare Ultralight Smart Card   

    1. Chip: MIFARE Ultralight
    2. Dimension: CR80(85.5x54mm)
    3. Frequency: 13.56MHz
    4. Standard ISO14443A
    5. EEPROM Size: 64 byte
    6. Material: PVC or ABS
    7. Options: Signature panel, LOCO/HICO Magnetic Stripe, embossing letter and number, barcode, sequential 
    numbering, Gold/Silver card, frosted card.
    8. Application:Limited-use tickets in public transport (e.g.: single trip tickets, multiple trip tickets, tourist weekend passes),Event ticketing (stadiums, exhibitions, leisure parks, etc.),hotel key cards,access control cards.

    Key features:

    100% compatible with existing MIFARE infrastructure
    Real anti-collision supported
    Operating distance up to 10 cm
    106 kbits/s data transfer rate
    Unique 7 byte serial number (ISO 14443A, cascade level 2)
    High data integrity – 16 bit CRC, parity per byte, bit coding, bit count check
    512 bit EEPROM, organized in 16 pages of 4 bytes
    32 bit one-time programmable (OTP) area
    384 bit read / write area for user data
    Field programmable ‘Read only’ locking function per page
    DESFire SAM based security methods supported

    Tickets based on NXP MIFARE Ultralight ICs can act as single trip tickets in public transportation networks,loyalty cards or even day passes at big events. They are the ideal replacement for conventional ticketing solutions such as paper tickets, magnetic-stripe tickets or coins.

    As the usage of contactless proximity smart cards becomes more and more common, transport operators are beginning to switch to completely contactless solutions. The introduction of the new contactless MIFARE Ultralight IC for limited-use tickets will lead to a reduction of system installation and maintenance costs.

    Terminals will be less vulnerable to damages and mechanical failures caused by ticket jams. MIFARE Ultralight can easily be integrated into existing schemes and even standard paper ticket vending equipment can be upgraded. In addition, this solution for low cost tickets helps transport operators to reduce fraud and the circulation of cash within the system.

    As frequent travellers and commuters normally use a high end contactless smart card (e.g.: based on MIFARE DESFire) for their regular trips, MIFARE Ultralight enables occasional travellers to benefit from the same advantages. It significantly improves boarding times and helps to experience quicker travel and easier movement between buses, trains and other means of transportation.
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