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NCD1015ZG: 50mm Glass Tag - Half Duplex
Read Only RFID Transponder
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  • Reliable Half-Duplex (HDX) Low Frequency (LF) Communications Format
  • 64 Bits For Data / Identification Storage
  • 134.2 kHz Operating Frequency
  • FSK Modulation
  • Energy Harvesting Battery-Free Wireless Power
  • 16 Bit CRC Error Detection Code Generator
  • 10 Year Data Retention
 

NCD1015ZG (Data Sheet Rev. B) The NCD1015ZG is a passive,
glass-encapsulated, cylindrical, low frequency, half-duplex, read-only radio frequency identification (RFID) transponder that operates at a nominal resonant frequency of 134.2kHz. With 64-bits of pre-programmed identification data storage and a 16-bit CRC error checking code generator, the transponder supports ISO 11784 and ISO 11785 standards.

Using the power acquired from harvesting the RF energy transmitted by the RFID reader, the passive transponder responds by sending out a 128-bit packet that contains the stored 64-bit data, a 16-bit CRC-CCITT error checking code, and the overhead bits necessary to ensure transmission recognition. Transmission of the digital data from the transponder to the reader utilizes an FSK modulation technique where a logic 0 is represented by a 16 cycle burst of 134.2 kHz while a logic 1 uses 124.2 kHz.

 

NCD1015ZP: 50mm Half Duplex Read Only RFID Transponder
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  • Reliable Half-Duplex (HDX) Low Frequency (LF) Communications Format
  • 64 Bits For Data / Identification Storage
  • 134.2 kHz Operating Frequency
  • FSK Modulation
  • Energy Harvesting Battery-Free Wireless Power
  • 16 Bit CRC Error Detection Code Generator
  • 10 Year Data Retention
 

NCD1015ZP (Data Sheet Rev. 2) The NCD1015ZP is a passive 50mm cylindrical low frequency half-duplex read-only radio frequency identification (RFID) transponder that operates at a resonant frequency of 134.2kHz. With 64-bits of pre-programmed identification data storage and a 16-bit CRC error checking code generator, the transponder supports ISO 11784 and ISO 11785 standards.

Using the power acquired from harvesting the RF energy transmitted by the RFID reader, the passive transponder responds by sending out a 128-bit packet that contains the stored 64-bit data, a 16-bit CRC-CCITT error checking code, and the overhead bits necessary to ensure transmission recognition. Transmission of the digital data from the transponder to the reader utilizes an FSK modulation technique where a logic 0 is represented by a 16 cycle burst of 134.2 kHz while a logic 1 uses 124.2 kHz.

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