i.MX 6UltraLite EMV Demo

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Demonstrates how a low-cost, secure NFC card reader with a modern high-level operating system can be designed with NXP i.MX6UL applications processor, and NXP PN532 NFC front-end IC


Value Propositions

Low-cost, low-power secure Cortex-A7 MPU: runs Linux and a JavaScript-based user interface at a low overall system BOM cost

Compatible with most 13MHz contactless standards: also supporting tag emulation

Ease of use: the software utilizes libnfc to communicate with the NFC card

Security: i.MX6UL supports authenticated and encrypted boot, hardware support for symmetrical and asymmetrical cryptography, secure key storage and tamper detection, enabling design of systems conforming to latest Payment Card Industry standards

Simplest, low-cost way to design a secure embedded NFC device, including PoS EMV terminals


NXP Recommends

i.MX6UL MPU, PN532 NFC front-end