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SLE 78 family of 16-bit security controllers
With extremely robust digital security features
The SLE 78 is a cache-based pure 16-bit security controller family designed for a broad application spectrum, certified to Common Criteria EAL 5+ or 6+ (high). Its outstanding digital security concept Integrity Guard offers comprehensive error detection, a self-checking dual CPU and a fully encrypted data path including encrypted calculation in the CPU.
At a glance
- Prepared for a life time beyond 10 years relying on the Award winning Integrity Guard security concept
- Designed to effectively address the root causes of whole classes of attacks
- Certified to Common Criteria EAL 5+ or 6+ (high)
- High (up to 848 kBit/s) to Very High Bit Rates (VHBR up to 6.8 Mbit/s)
- Supporting all contactless proximity standards (ISO 7816, ISO 14443 type A/B, ISO 18092 NFC passive mode, ISO 14443 A/B 106 kb/s and ISO 18092, 212 kb/s modulations via ACLB interface for boosted NFC applications)
- Delivers ample performance based on a pure 16 bit micro controller architecture and the world´s first fully qualified product with Very High Bit Rate data transmission
- Respects public procurement rules such as non-discrimination and offers the free choice between the main types of the relevant contact less communication Standard (ISO 14443 Type A&B)
- Save logistic costs and drastically cut down stock level due to on demand programming capabilities of SOLID FLASH™
- SOLID FLASH™ memory concept features unique security mechanisms and offers a specific flash loader for secure flash memory programming and effective locking
- Offers operation systems, applications and packages to physically embed the chip in the document and provide a connection to the antenna
- Enables integration of national applets on a fully certified platform and a well proven system, combining quality and stability with local flexibility
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Product Selection Guide
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Presenting Infineon’s breakthrough Boosted NFC Secure Element in innovative smart wearable devices. Infineon’s Boosted NFC Secure Element is an all-in-one solution for secure NFC payments. Combining ultra-low power consumption and an ultra-small PCB footprint with extraordinary contactless performance, it is the perfect fit for today’s smart wearable devices.
The video shows the benefits our products have to offer for typical NFC applications like Mobile Payment, Access Management, etc. Learn more about our unique and complete portfolio of NFC Secure Elements which support every approach to bring NFC into mobile devices.
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