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Can pn547 MIFARE Commands support extended commands 0x71?

Question asked by zhang meng on Aug 17, 2017
Latest reply on Sep 6, 2017 by zhang meng

Can pn547 MIFARE Commands support extended commands 0x71?

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typedef enum phNfc_eMifareCmdList {    

phNfc_eMifareRaw        = 0x00U,     /* This command performs raw transcations */    

phNfc_eMifareAuthentA   = 0x60U,     /* This command performs an authentication with KEY A for a sector. */     phNfc_eMifareAuthentB   = 0x61U,     /* This command performs an authentication with KEY B for a sector. */     phNfc_eMifareRead16     = 0x30U,     /* Read 16 Bytes from a Mifare Standard block */    

phNfc_eMifareRead       = 0x30U,     /* Read Mifare Standard */    

phNfc_eMifareWrite16    = 0xA0U,     /* Write 16 Bytes to a Mifare Standard block */    

phNfc_eMifareWrite4     = 0xA2U,     /* Write 4 bytes. */    

phNfc_eMifareInc        = 0xC1U,     /* Increment */    

phNfc_eMifareDec        = 0xC0U,     /* Decrement */    

phNfc_eMifareTransfer   = 0xB0U,     /* Transfer */    

phNfc_eMifareRestore    = 0xC2U,     /* Restore.   */    

phNfc_eMifareReadSector = 0x38U,     /* Read Sector.   */    

phNfc_eMifareWriteSector= 0xA8U,     /* Write Sector.   */     /* Above commands could be used for preparing raw ommand but below one can not be */    

phNfc_eMifareReadN      = 0x01,      /* Proprietary Command */    

phNfc_eMifareWriteN     = 0x02,      /* Proprietary Command */    

phNfc_eMifareSectorSel  = 0x03,      /* Proprietary Command */    

phNfc_eMifareAuth       = 0x04,      /* Proprietary Command */    

phNfc_eMifareProxCheck  = 0x05,      /* Proprietary Command */    

phNfc_eMifareInvalidCmd = 0xFFU      /* Invalid Command */ } phNfc_eMifareCmdList_t

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