NTAG-5 boost. NTA5332 Datasheet

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Part NTA5332
Description NTAG-5 boost
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Manufacture NXP
Total Page 30 Pages
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NTA5332
NTA5332
NTAG 5 boost - NFC Forum-compliant I2C bridge for tiny
devices
Rev. 3.2 — 27 April 2020
Product data sheet
544732
COMPANY PUBLIC
1 General description
NTAG 5 boost uses active load modulation (ALM) to deliver robust and reliable
communication with NFC phones, bringing a new level of convenience to tiny devices.
NXP’s NTAG 5 boost shrinks the NFC footprint while adding AES security, so designers
can deliver ultra-compact devices for use in IoT, consumer, and industrial applications.
It offers an NFC Forum-compliant (customer development board is NFC Forum certified
- Certification ID: 58625) contactless interface that delivers exceptional read range,
giving tiny devices the ability to interact with the cloud and other NFC-enabled devices,
including smartphones.
ALM
SRAM
VCC
l2C
EEPROM
1 01 01 0
MCU
TRANSPARENT I2C MASTER CHANNEL
e.g
T SENSOR
(energy harvesting)
data
data
(energy)
event detection
(energy)
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Figure 1. NTAG 5 boost overview
ALM allows construction of a compact yet highly reliable antenna, creating a significantly
smaller footprint without compromising the read range. When operating in ALM mode,
the read range is significantly longer than when operating in passive mode.
An energy-efficient design, equipped with a hard power-down mode and a standby
current of typically less than 10 μA, ensures long battery life.
2048 bytes (16384 bits) of user memory can be divided into three areas, and each area
can use a different protection level, varying from no protection to 32-/64-bit password
protection or up to 128-bit AES-protected read/write access with mutual authentication.
Different parties in the value chain can have their own dedicated memory areas for
storing access data.
The NTAG 5 boost comes with pre-programmed proof-of-origin functionality to verify
authenticity. The elliptic curve cryptography (ECC) based originality signature can be
locked or reprogrammed by the customer.
With NTAG 5 boost, the device can connect to the cloud with a single tap. The
connection uses an NFC Forum-compliant data exchange mechanism involving
256 bytes (2048 bits) SRAM to ensure highly interoperable data transfers.



NTA5332
NXP Semiconductors
NTA5332
NTAG 5 boost - NFC Forum-compliant I2C bridge for tiny devices
2 Features and benefits
Antenna size reduction by a factor of 40, same read range as in passive load
modulation
Long battery life due to low standby current and hard power-down
Adjustable security levels up to mutual AES authentication
Flexible split between three open and/or protected memory areas
Ensured authenticity of product through value chain
Interoperable data exchange according to NFC Forum standards
Interoperable and high performance NFC interface
ISO/IEC 15693 and NFC Forum Type 5 Tag compliant
64-bit Unique IDentifier
Reliable and robust memory
2048 bytes (16384 bits) user EEPROM on top of configuration memory
256 bytes (2048 bits) SRAM for frequently changing data and pass-through mode
40 years data retention
Write endurance of 1 000 000 cycles
Configurable contact interface
I2C slave standard (100 kHz) and fast (400 kHz) mode
Transparent I2C master channel (for example, read sensors without an MCU)
One configurable event detection pin
Two GPIOs as multiplexed I2C lines
Two Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) channels as multiplexed GPIOs and/or ED pin
1.62 V to 5.5 V supply voltage
Scalable security for access and data protection
Disable NFC interface temporarily
Disable I2C interface temporarily
NFC PRIVACY mode
Read-only protection as defined in NFC Forum Type 5 Tag Specification
Full, read-only, or no memory access based on 32-bit password from both interfaces
Optional 64-bit password protection from NFC perspective
128-bit AES authentication as defined in ISO/IEC 15693
ECC-based reprogrammable originality signature
Multiple fast data transfer mode
Pass-through mode with 256 byte SRAM buffer
Standardized data transfer mode (PHDC, TNEP)
Low-power budget application support
Energy harvesting with configurable output voltage up to 30 mW
Low-power standby current typically <10 µA
Hard power down current typically <0.25 µA
Very robust architecture
-40 °C to 105°C
Extensive product support package
Feature specific application notes
Development board including software and source code
Hands-on training
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Product data sheet
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Rev. 3.2 — 27 April 2020
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