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New RaceTrack NFC RFID tag with enhanced security features
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Feb '09
UPM Raflatac is introducing a new RaceTrack NFC RFID product with outstanding global performance and security features. The ISO 14443A compliant product has been enhanced with NXP's Mifare UL C integrated circuit.

The RaceTrack NFC product offers a 1536-bit programmable read-only memory which is electronically erasable (EEPROM), 3DES authentication and cloning protection.

These new features make the RaceTrack NFC tag an excellent choice for various NFC and ticketing applications. RaceTrack NFC is also compatible in applications using tags with earlier generation versions of NXP's Mifare integrated circuits.

UPM Raflatac is constantly enhancing its product offering to guarantee customers can choose the very best products for their RFID implementations. "The improved memory capacity and introduction of enhanced security features enable completely new possibilities for our customers worldwide," says Mr Samuli Strömberg, Vice President, Marketing, UPM Raflatac, RFID.

The new RaceTrack NFC product is currently available.

RaceTrack NFC
• Antenna size 45 x 76 mm / 1.77 x 2.99"
• General purpose product suitable for a wide variety of low cost, high security NFC and ticketing applications

UPM Raflatac


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