PCF7931 – (PCF7930 – PCF7935) Memory Organisation

Part Number : PCF7931

Function : (PCF7930 – PCF7935) Memory Organisation

Manufactures : ETC

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PCF7930/31/35 Memory organisation Memory structure Control memory flags of block 0 • Password (Bytes 0..6) The password is 56 bits long. If the pasword function has been ativated by the PAC flag, the pattern being written in this area must be transmitted by the base station with every program command. PCF7930/31/35 1 • Password Active Flag PAC (Byte 7) If PAC flag = 1 , date send to the transponder is checked for correctness of the password. • Block write Protection BWP (Byte 8) Each block of the user date can be separatelu protected agains programming by setting the block write protection. Control memory flags of block 1 • Sync_pattern (Bytes 16..23) In these 8 bytes any type of data can be stored. If RB1 is enabled, the Sync_pattern is always the firs information that is transmitted from the transponder. • Identifier pattern IDE (Bytes 24..27) / PCF7935 / If the Identifier function is enabled by IDL this 4-byte pattern is transmitted after the power-up sequence. The IDE pattern is used by the calculation unit during Authentication Mode. PCF7930/31/35 2 • Identifier On/Off, Identifier Lock IDL (Byte 28) / PCF7935 / The lower nibble of this memory falg enables/disables the general Identifier function, i.e. The transmission of the IDE pattern at power-on reset and soft-reset. The flag is evaluated as “active” for two or more bits being 1, it is evaluated as “inactive” for less then two bits being 1. The higher nibble of this memory flag locks the IDE pattern area and the IDL flag irreversibly against any program access. Therefore the enable/disable status of IDE function is frozen together with the IDE pattern. • Shadow Memory Lock, Memory Bank Select SHD (Byte 29) / PCF7935 / This byte contains the two flags Select and Slock whitch control the access to the two different memory part of the SECT. PCF7930/31/35 3 • Read Block1 RB1 / Read First Block RFB (Byte 30) First block to be transmitted from transponde to the base station is given by RFB. Starting with RFB the last block will be reached by modulo counting. If RB1=1 block 1 is always sent before RFB. • Read Last Block RLB (Byte 31) Last block to be transmitted from transponde to the base station is given by RLB. Starting with RFB the last block will be reached by modulo counting. PCF7930/31/35 4 […]

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PCF7931 Datasheet


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