The MATRIX-M24SR board features various antenna designs for M24SRXX-Y Dynamic NFC/RFID tag IC family combined on a single ready-to-use divisible PCB.
Each individual antenna features an M24SR64-Y Dynamic NFC/RFID tag IC connected to an RF antenna on one side, and to an I2C bus on the other side.
All antennas are populated with M24SR64-Y Dynamic NFC/RFID tag IC but are applicable to other densities.
The MATRIX-M24SR antenna matrix allows system designers to evaluate the M24SRXX-Y family performance and capabilities and to get started with their design.
The MATRIX-M24SR gerber files can be downloaded from
- Ready-to-use printed circuit board including 10 divisible antenna boards. Each of those antenna board can be connected to an MCU thanks to the I2C interface.
- The MATRIX-M24SR antenna boards are based on the M24SR64-Y device which is compatible with NFC phones. As such, any NFC phone can communicate with those antenna boards.
- Various antenna designs
- 45 mm x 75 mm 13.56 MHz inductive antenna etched on the PCB (ANT1)
- 20 mm x 40 mm 13.56 MHz inductive antenna etched on the PCB (ANT2)
- 14 mm x 13.5 mm 13.56 MHz double layer inductive antenna etched on the PCB (ANT7)
- 45 mm x 65 mm 13.56 MHz inductive antenna etched on the PCB with a DSILC6-4P6 external ESD protection (ANT10)
- 4.7 μH SMD-inductor based antenna (ANT11)
- 2 spare circuits for customer antenna development (ANT12)
- Metal Tag 13 .56 MHz inductive antenna etched on the PCB (ANT9)
- 20 mm round 13.56 MHz double layer inductive antenna etched on the PCB (ANT13)
- 31 mm x 30 mm 13.56 MHz double layer inductive antenna etched on the PCB (ANT14)
- M24SR64-Y Dynamic NFC/RFID tag IC
- I2C bus connection
- RF disable input connection with 30 kΩ pull-down resistor
- GPO (General Purpose Output) output connection with 20 kΩ pull up resistor
- 100 pF and 10 nF capacitors for VCC decoupling
Product Specifications (1)
|Resource title||Latest update|
|19 Sep 2016||
19 Sep 2016