ATA5575M1 Read/Write LF RFID IDIC 100kHz to 150kHz DATASHEET Features ● Contactless power supply ● Contactless read/write data transmission ● Radio frequency fRF from 100kHz to 150kHz ● 128-bit EEPROM user memory: 16Bytes (8Bits each) ● 8-bit configuration memory ● High Q-antenna tolerance due to built-in options ● Access control applications ● ● ● ● UNIQUE data format (Manchester, RF/64) 40-bit data memory 15-bit parity memory 9-bit header memory ● On-chip trimmed antenna capacitor ● 330pF ±3% ● 250pF ±3% ● Mega pads 200µm 400µm ● Mega pads 200µm 400µm with 25µm gold bumps for direct coil bonding ● Other options: ● Direct access mode ● OTP functionality 9167G-RFID-08/14 1. Description The Atmel® ATA5575M1 is a contactless read/write identification IC (IDIC®) for applications in the 100-kHz to 150-kHz frequency band. A single coil connected to the chip serves as the IC’s power supply and bi-directional communication interface. This antenna coil together with the chip form a transponder or tag. The on-chip 128-bit user EEPROM (16 bytes with 8 bits each) can be read and written byte-wise from a base station (reader). Data is transmitted from the IDIC (uplink) using load modulation. This is achieved by damping the RF field with a resistive load between the two terminals Coil 1 and Coil 2. The IC receives and decodes serial base station commands (downlink), which are encoded as 100% amplitude-modulated (OOK) pulse-interval-encoded bit streams. The Atmel ATA5575M1 is an EEPROM-based circuit. It is optimized for maximum read range. Programming is also possible, but the write range is limited. The chip has to be locked after loading the application-specific data into the device. Until the lock bits are set properly, the Atmel ATA5575M1 transmits all digits '0' in UNIQUE Format with appropriate header. Typical applications run at 125kHz. 2. System Block Diagram Figure 2-1. RFID System Using Atmel ATA5575M1 Tag Reader or Base station Coil interface Power Data Controller Transponder Memory Atmel ATA5575M1 3. Atmel ATA5575M1 - Functional Blocks Figure 3-1. Block Diagram POR Mode register Write decoder Coil 1 Analog front end Modulator Memory (136-bit EEPROM) Coil 2 Data-rate generator Controller Input register Test logic 2 ATA5575M1 [DATASHEET] 9167G–RFID–08/14 HV generator 4. Analog Front End (AFE) The AFE includes all circuits which are directly connected to the coil terminals, it generates the IC’s power supply and handles the bi-directional data communication with the reader. The AFE consists of the following blocks: ● Rectifier to generate a DC supply voltage from the AC coil voltage ● ● ● ● 4.1 Clock extractor Switchable load between Coil 1 and Coil 2 for data transmission from tag to the reader Field-gap detector for data transmission from the base station to the tag ESD protection circuitry Data Rate Generator The data rate is fixed to RF/64. 4.2 Write Decoder The write decoder detects the write gaps and verifies the validity of the data stream according to the Atmel® downlink protocol (pulse interval encoding). 4.3 HV Generator This on-chip charge pump circuit generates the high voltage required for programming the EEPROM. 4.4 DC Supply Power is externally supplied to the IDIC® via the two coil connections. The IC rectifies and regulates this RF source and uses it to generate its supply voltage. 4.5 Power-On Reset (POR) The power-on reset circuit blocks the voltage supply to the IDIC until an acceptable voltage threshold has been reached. This, in turn, triggers the default initialization delay sequence. During this configuration period of 98 field clocks, the ATA5575M1 is initialized with the configuration data stored in EEPROM byte 16. 4.6 Clock Extraction The clock extraction circuit uses the external RF signal as its internal clock source. 4.7 Controller The control logic module executes the following functions: ● Load mode register with configuration data from EEPROM byte 16 after power-on and during reading ● ● 4.8 Controls each EEPROM memory read/write access and handles the data protection Handle the downlink command decoding, detecting protocol violations and error conditions Mode Register The mode register maintains a readable shadow copy of the configuration data held in byte 16 of the EEPROM. It is continually refreshed during read mode and (re-)loaded after every POR event or reset command. The configuration data is pre-programmed when leaving Atmel's production according to Table 10-1 on page 16. 4.9 Modulator The modulator encodes the serialized EEPROM data for transmission to a tag reader or base station. The implemented encoding is Manchester. ATA5575M1 [DATASHEET] 9167G–RFID–08/14 3 4.10 Memory Figure 4-1. Memory Map 1………………....…………….8 Configuration Data Byte 16 User Data Byte 15 User Data Byte 14 User Data Byte 13 User Data Byte 12 User Data Byte 11 User Data Byte 10 User Data Byte 9 User Data Byte 8 User Data Byte 7 User Data Byte 6 User Data Byte 5 User Data Byte 4 User Data Byte 3 User Data Byte 2 User Data Byte 1 User Data Byte 0 8 bits Not transmitted The memory is a 136-bit EEPROM, which is arranged in 17 bytes of 8 bits each. Programming is carried out byte-wise, so a complete byte will be programmed with a single command. Byte 16 contains the mode/configuration data, which is not transmitted during regular read operations. A special bit combination (see Table 5-1 and Section 5.1.1 “Lock Bits” on page 5) will lock the whole memory. Once locked, the memory (including byte 16 itself) can not be reprogrammed once more via the RF field. 4 ATA5575M1 [DATASHEET] 9167G–RFID–08/14 5. Operating the Atmel ATA5575M1 5.1 Configuration The Atmel® ATA5575M1 is mainly designed for access control applications. The configuration register, byte 16, enables the customer to configure the chip according to the individual application. Modulation is Manchester coding with a data bit rate of RF/64. Default ID length is 64 bit. For specific applications, the ID length can be switched to 128 bit by setting bit 8 of byte 16 to '1'. Table 5-1. 1 2 Atmel ATA5575M1: Byte 16 Configuration Register Mapping 3 4 5 6 7 1 1 8 ID Length 0 64 bit 1 128 bit Fixed ‘11’ Lock Bits 0 0 0 0 0 Memory reprogrammable, read dummy data 0 1 1 0 1 Memory locked, read user data Note: 5.1.1 - otherwise unassigned Bits 6 and 7 must always be set to ‘1’, otherwise, malfunction will occur Lock Bits The lock bits of the configuration register are the bits 1 to 5 of the configuration byte and are able to prevent the whole memory of the Atmel ATA5575M1 from reprogramming. As long as the lock bits are set to '00000b' the memory is alterable and the device can be programmed by the customer. In this case the Atmel ATA5575M1 sends out dummy data (UNIQUE format with header and all digits set to '0'; see Section 5.3.3 “Dummy Data” on page 6) after Reset. By setting the lock bits to '01101b' the whole memory is locked and cannot be altered. After Reset the Atmel ATA5575M1 enters regular read mode and sends out the programmed user data. Consequently the user of a transponder with an Atmel ATA5575M1 can be sure that the device is locked if the programmed data are read out after reset. In delivery state the lock bits are programmed to '00000b'. All other combinations of bit 1 - bit 5 are not defined and may lead to malfunction of the IC. 5.1.2 Modulation The modulator of the Atmel ATA5575M1 is fixed to Manchester coding with a data bit rate of RF/64. Table 5-2. 5.1.3 Atmel ATA5575M1: Types of Modulation Mode Direct Data Output Encoding Manchester 0 = falling edge, 1 = rising edge on mid-bit ID Length The Atmel ATA5575M1 offers two settings for the different ID lengths. If bit 8 of byte 16 is set to '1' the ID length is 128 bit. Resetting bit 8 of byte 16 to '0' the ID length is 64 bit. ATA5575M1 [DATASHEET] 9167G–RFID–08/14 5 5.2 UNIQUE Data Format and Unique ID During Atmel’s production process the Atmel ATA5575M1 will be pre-configured in the worldwide well-known UNIQUE data format and a unique ID (UID) will be stored in the user data. The unique ID consists of Atmel’s production information like lot number, wafer number, and die-on-wafer number. With these data each chip can be traced and concurrently each chip has its own unique ID for identification purposes. For UNIQUE data format please refer to Section 7. “Programming Examples” on page 13. Section 10.2 “ATA5575M1 Configuration on Delivery” on page 16 describes the formation of the unique ID based on Atmel's production information. 5.3 Tag-to-reader Communication (Uplink) Immediately after entering the reader field, generating the internal supply voltage and the analog POR, the tag cycles either its data stored in EEPROM or, in the delivery state, sends dummy data by load modulation according to the configuration setting. This resistive load modulation can be detected at the reader device. 5.3.1 Regular Read Mode In regular read mode data from the memory is transmitted serially, starting with byte 0, bit 1, up to the last byte, bit 8. Last byte is defined in bit 8 of byte 16, ID Length. When the last bit of the last byte has been read, data transmission restarts with byte 0, bit 1. The device only enters regular read mode if the lock bits are set to '01101b' (please refer to Section 5.1.1 “Lock Bits” on page 5). Last byte is 15, when ID Length = 1 (128 bit). Last byte is 7, when ID Length = 0 (64 bit). Every time the Atmel ATA5575M1 enters regular or byte read mode, the first bit transmitted is a logical '0'. The data stream starts with bit 1 of byte 0 or bit 1 of the addressed byte. Figure 5-1. Examples for Different ID Length Settings ID Length = ‘0’ 0 Byte 0 Byte 6 Byte 7 Byte 0 Byte 1 Byte 14 Byte 15 Byte 0 Byte 1 Loading byte 16 ID Length = ‘1’ 0 Byte 0 Loading byte 16 5.3.2 Byte Read Mode With the direct access command, only the addressed byte is read repetitively. This mode is called byte-read mode. Direct access is entered by transmitting the opcode ('10'), a single 0 bit and the requested 5-bit byte address. 5.3.3 Dummy Data The dummy data are a predefined bit sequence in the UNIQUE format. They consist of a header of nine '1' bit ('111111111b') followed by 55 times '0' bit if ID length is set to 64 bit or 119 times '0' bit if ID length is set to 128 bits. In contrast to the regular read mode the dummy data are transmitted if the lock bits are set to '00000b'. Therefore they can be used to check the integrity of the device e.g. in delivery state. Consequently if the dummy data are read out after Reset the memory is not locked. 6 ATA5575M1 [DATASHEET] 9167G–RFID–08/14 5.4 Reader-to-tag Communication (Downlink) Data is transmitted to the tag by interrupting the RF field with short field gaps (on-off keying) according to the Atmel® ATA5577 fixed-bit-length protocol (downlink mode). The duration of these field gaps is, for example, 100µs. The time between two gaps encodes the 0/1 information to be transmitted (pulse interval encoding). The time between two gaps is nominally 25 field clocks for a 0 and 58 field clocks for a 1. When there is no gap for more than 64 field clocks after a previous gap, the ATA5575M1 exits the downlink mode. The tag starts with the command execution if the correct number of bits were received. If a failure is detected, the ATA5575M1 does not continue command execution and enters read mode depending on the setting of the lock bits. The initial gap, called start gap, triggers the reader-to-tag communication. The start gap may need to be longer than the subsequent gaps - so-called write gaps - in order to be detected reliably. A start gap will be accepted at any time after the mode register has been loaded (≥ 1ms). Figure 5-2. Start of Reader-to-tag Communication (Downlink) Read mode Write mode Sgap Wgap Downlink data decoding scheme in number of field clocks (T_C) Table 5-3. Downlink Data Decoding Scheme in Number of Field Clocks (T_C) Parameter Symbol Min. Typ. Max. Unit Start gap Sgap 8 15 50 TC Write gap Wgap 8 10 20 TC 0 data d0 18 25 33 TC 1 data d1 50 58 65 TC Write data coding (gap separation) Note: Remark All absolute times are given under the assumption of TC = 1/fC = 8µs (fC = 125kHz) ATA5575M1 [DATASHEET] 9167G–RFID–08/14 7 5.4.1 Downlink Data Protocol The Atmel® ATA5575M1 expects to receive a dual bit opcode as a part of a reader command sequence. There are three valid opcodes and overall five different commands (please refer to Figure 5-4 on page 8). ● The RESET opcode '00' starts an initialization cycle ● A single '10' opcode (Read ID) leads to reading the ID out of the EEPROM memory. This is suitable to check the programmed user data if the memory is not locked already. ● ● The opcode '10' precedes all downlink operations for writing data into the EEPROM ● ● The Write Byte requires the opcode ‘10’, a ‘0’ bit, 8 data bits and the 5-bit address (16 bits total) The opcode ‘11’ reads the upper bytes when the ID length (bit 8 of byte 16) is set to ‘0’ If the ID length is set to ‘1’ opcode ‘11’ is the same as opcode ‘10’ For Direct access, the opcode ‘10’, a ‘0’ bit and a 5-bit address (8 bits total), is required Note: The data bits are read in the same order as being written. Figure 5-3. Complete Write Sequence Read mode Write mode Byte data Opcode Configuration loading Start gap Read mode Byte address Programming ‘0’ POR Figure 5-4. ATA5575M1 Command Formats OP 8 Write Byte 1 0 0 1 Direct Access 1 0 0 4 Read ID 1 0 Read Upper Bytes 1 1 Reset Command 0 0 ATA5575M1 [DATASHEET] 9167G–RFID–08/14 Data Addr 0 8 4 Addr 0 5.5 Programming When all necessary information has been received by the Atmel® ATA5575M1, programming may proceed. There is a clock delay between the end of the writing sequence and the start of programming. Typical programming time is 5.6ms. This cycle includes a data verification read to grant secure and correct programming. After successful programming, the Atmel ATA5575M1 enters byte read mode, transmitting the byte just programmed. After validation of the command sequence, the new data will be programmed into the EEPROM memory. Each programming cycle consists of four consecutive steps: erase byte, erase verification (data = 0), programming, programming verification (corresponding data bits = 1). Figure 5-5. Coil Voltage after Programming a Byte VCoil 1 - Coil 2 Write data to tag 5.6ms Programming and data verification Read programmed memory byte (Byte read mode) Read ID Read ID (Regular read mode) ATA5575M1 [DATASHEET] 9167G–RFID–08/14 9 6. Error Handling To prevent that invalid bits are programmed into the EEPROM, the device is able to detect two main error types and several error conditions. 6.1 Errors During Command Sequence The following detectable errors may occur when sending a command sequence to the Atmel® ATA5575M1: ● Wrong number of field clocks between two gaps (i.e., not a valid 1 or 0 pulse stream) ● The number of bits received in the command sequence is incorrect Table 6-1. 6.2 Bit Counts of Command Sequences Command Number of Bits Write byte 16 Direct access 8 Read ID 2 Read upper bytes 2 Reset command 2 Errors Before/During Programming the EEPROM If the command sequence was received successfully, the following errors may still prevent programming: ● The lock bits of the memory are already set 10 ● If the memory is locked, programming is not possible. The Atmel ATA5575M1 enters byte read mode, continuously transmitting the currently addressed byte. ● If a data verification error is detected after the programming of an executed data byte, the tag will stop modulation (modulation defeat) until a new command is transmitted. ATA5575M1 [DATASHEET] 9167G–RFID–08/14 Figure 6-1. Atmel ATA5575M1 Functional Diagram Power-on reset Set-up modes Read ID Regular read mode / Read dummy data Byte-read mode Gap Start gap Read ID Gap Read upper bytes Command mode OP(11) Read upper bytes OP (00) Reset Command decode OP(10) Read ID OP(10) Direct access Write OP(1p) Modulation defeat Write Check Number of bits Check Write protection Data verification failed Program and verify fail data = unchanged fail data = unchanged ok data = new ATA5575M1 [DATASHEET] 9167G–RFID–08/14 11 12 ATA5575M1 [DATASHEET] 9167G–RFID–08/14 RF-field Modulator signal Manchester coded Data stream 1 2 1 32 FC 32 33 32 FC Data rate = 64 Field Clocks (FC) 64 1 32 33 0 64 1 33 32 0 64 1 32 33 1 64 1 2 32 33 1 64 1 33 32 0 64 Figure 6-2. Example of Manchester Coding with Data Rate RF/64 7. Programming Examples A typical application with Manchester Coding and data rate RF/64 is access control with the UNIQUE Format data structure of 64 bit as described in Figure 7-1. Figure 7-1. ATA5575M1: 64-bit User Data in UNIQUE Format ‘1’ ‘1’ ‘1’ bit 1 byte 4 to byte 7 ‘1’ ‘1’ ‘1’ ‘1’ ‘1’ Digit 0 D00 D01 D02 D03 PR0 Digit 1 D10 D11 D12 D13 PR1 Digit 2 D20 D21 D22 D23 PR2 Digit 3 D30 D31 D32 D33 PR3 Digit 4 D40 D41 D42 D43 PR4 Digit 5 D50 D51 D52 D53 PR5 Digit 6 D60 D61 D62 D63 PR6 Digit 7 D70 D71 D72 D73 PR7 Digit 8 D80 D81 D82 D83 PR8 Digit 9 D90 D91 D92 D93 PR9 PC1 PC2 PC3 PC0 even column parity bits 9 header bits even row parity bit per digit byte 0 to byte 3 ‘1’ ‘0’ bit 64 Table 7-1 on page 13 describes a programming of Atmel® ATA5575M1 with UNIQUE format example data: Digit 0, Digit 1, …, Digit 9 = 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 Table 7-1. Programming Atmel ATA5575M1 with UNIQUE Format Example Data Base Station ATA5575M1 Field on for t = 5ms POR and regular read mode Command: 00 Reset Command: 10 0 0000 0110 10000 Programming byte 16 with ‘06h’ (UNIQUE mode (Man RF/64, 64 bit), memory reprogrammable) Command: 10 0 1111 1111 00000 Programming byte 0 with ‘FFh’ Command: 10 0 1000 0000 00001 Programming byte 1 with ‘80h’ Command: 10 0 0110 0101 00010 Programming byte 2 with ‘65h’ Command: 10 0 0011 0010 00011 Programming byte 3 with ‘32h’ Command: 10 0 0101 0100 00100 Programming byte 4 with ‘54h’ Command: 10 0 1100 0111 00101 Programming byte 5 with ‘C7h’ Command: 10 0 1100 0110 00110 Programming byte 6 with ‘C6h’ Command: 10 0 0100 0010 00111 Programming byte 7 with ‘42h’ Command: 10 Read ID Field on for t = 50ms Read and verify data in UNIQUE format Send data in UNIQUE format Command: 10 0 0110 1110 10000 Programming byte 16 with ‘6Eh’ (memory locked, UNIQUE mode: Man RF/64, 64bit) Command: 00 Reset Field on for t = 50ms Read and verify data in UNIQUE format Send data in UNIQUE format ATA5575M1 [DATASHEET] 9167G–RFID–08/14 13 8. Absolute Maximum Ratings Stresses beyond those listed under “Absolute Maximum Ratings” may cause permanent damage to the device. This is a stress rating only and functional operation of the device at these or any other conditions beyond those indicated in the operational sections of this specification is not implied. Exposure to absolute maximum rating conditions for extended periods may affect device reliability. Parameters Symbol Value Unit Maximum DC current into Coil1/Coil2 Icoil 20 mA Maximum AC current into Coil1/Coil2 f = 125kHz Icoil p 20 mA Power dissipation (dice) (free-air condition, time of application: 1s) Ptot 100 mW Electrostatic discharge maximum to ANSI/ESD-STM5.1-2001 standard (HBM) Vmax 2000 V Operating ambient temperature range Tamb –40 to +85 °C Storage temperature range Tstg –40 to +150 °C Note: 9. For data retention please refer to Section 9. “Electrical Characteristics” on page 14 Electrical Characteristics Tamb = +25°C; fcoil = 125kHz; unless otherwise specified No. 1 2.1 Parameters Test Conditions Symbol Min. Typ. Max. Unit fRF 100 125 150 kHz 1.5 3 µA T 5 µA Q µA Q RF frequency range Supply current (without current consumed by the external LC tank circuit) Tamb = 25°C(1) IDD 2.2 Read – full temperature range 2 2.3 Programming – full temperature range 25 3.1 3.2 Coil voltage (AC supply) Read mode and write command(2) Vcoil pp Program EEPROM(2) Type* 6 Vclamp V Q 16 Vclamp V Q *) Type means: T: directly or indirectly tested during production; Q: guaranteed based on initial product qualification data Notes: 14 1. IDD measurement setup: EEPROM programmed to 00 ... 000 (erase all); chip in modulation defeat. 2. Current into Coil1/Coil2 is limited to 10mA. 3. Since the EEPROM performance is influenced by assembly processes, Atmel can not confirm the parameters for DDW (tested die on unsawn wafer) delivery. 4. See Section 10. “Ordering Information” on page 16. ATA5575M1 [DATASHEET] 9167G–RFID–08/14 9. Electrical Characteristics (Continued) Tamb = +25°C; fcoil = 125kHz; unless otherwise specified No. Parameters Test Conditions 4 Start-up time Vcoil pp = 6V Symbol Min. tstartup Typ. Max. 1.1 Unit Type* ms Q 3mA current into Coil1/2 Vpp 15 18 21 V T 5.2 20mA current into Coil1/2 Vpp 17 20 24 V T 6.1 3mA current into Coil1/2 and modulation ON Vpp 2 3 4 V T 20mA current into Coil1/2 and modulation ON Vpp 4.5 5 8.5 V T mV/°C Q 5.1 Clamp Modulation parameters 6.2 6.3 Thermal stability of modulation parameter 7.1 Clock detection level Vcoil pp = 8V Vclkdet 400 550 750 mV T 7.2 Gap detection level Vcoil pp = 8V Vgapdet med 400 550 750 mV T 8 Programming time From last command gap to re-enter read mode (64 + 648 internal clocks) Tprog 5 5.7 6 ms T 9 Endurance Erase all / write all(3) ncycle 100000 Cycles Q Top = 55°C(3) tretention 10 Years Q Top = 150°C(3) tretention 96 hrs T Top = 250°C(3) tretention 24 hrs Q Mask option(4) Vcoil pp = 1V Cr pF T 10.1 10.2 Data retention 10.3 11.1 11.2 Resonance capacitor Vp/Tamb –1 20 50 320 330 340 242 250 258 *) Type means: T: directly or indirectly tested during production; Q: guaranteed based on initial product qualification data Notes: 1. IDD measurement setup: EEPROM programmed to 00 ... 000 (erase all); chip in modulation defeat. 2. Current into Coil1/Coil2 is limited to 10mA. 3. Since the EEPROM performance is influenced by assembly processes, Atmel can not confirm the parameters for DDW (tested die on unsawn wafer) delivery. 4. See Section 10. “Ordering Information” on page 16. ATA5575M1 [DATASHEET] 9167G–RFID–08/14 15 10. Ordering Information ATA5575M1 ccc -xxx Package Drawing DDB 6” sawn wafer on foil with ring, thickness 150µm (approx. 6mil) Figure 11-1 on page 18 DBB 6” sawn wafer on foil with ring and gold bumps 25µm, thickness 150µm (approx. 6mil) Figure 11-2 on page 19 DBQ Die in blister tape with gold bumps 25µm, thickness 280µm Figure 11-3 on page 20 On-chip capacity value in pF 250 (planned) 330 10.1 33L DDB As ATA5575M1330-DDB, pre-programmed in unique format and locked Figure 11-1 on page 18 33L DBB As ATA5575M1330-DBB, pre-programmed in unique format and locked Figure 11-2 on page 19 Available Order Codes Atmel ATA5575M1330-DDB Atmel ATA5575M1330-DBB Atmel ATA5575M1330-DBQ Atmel ATA5575M133L-DDB Atmel ATA5575M133L-DBB New order codes will be created by customer request if order quantities exceed 250k pieces. 10.2 ATA5575M1 Configuration on Delivery On delivery Atmel’s production information is stored in EEPROM user data in UNIQUE format as described in Figure 7-1 on page 13. Table 10-1. ATA5575M1: Configuration on Delivery 16 Byte Address Value Comment User data byte 0 to byte 7 0b 0 0000 to 0b 0 0111 Variable data Unique ID in UNIQUE format User data byte 8 to byte 15 0b 0 1000 to 0b 0 1111 Variable data Unique ID in UNIQUE format (copy of byte 0 to byte 7) Configuration (byte 16) 0b 1 0000 0x 06 Send UNIQUE format (Man RF/64, ID length = 64) with all digits ‘0’ ATA5575M1 [DATASHEET] 9167G–RFID–08/14 The user data contains Atmel’s lot and production information, which builds a unique ID numbering system as described in Table 10-2 on page 17. Table 10-2. Atmel ATA5575M1: Meaning of the Digits in Delivery State Denotation Bit Bitcount IC revision: D00 1 D00 is LSB of IC revision Lot ID and wafer number: D01-D60 24 D01 is LSB of lot ID & wafer number DoW: D61-D93 15 D61 is LSB of die on wafer LSB first: Description The lot ID and wafer number. (D01 to D60) contain the lot information and the wafer number. Including the die-on-wafer number, this information is used to build a unique ID numbering system, which means that each ATA5575M1 has a unique ID to distinguish from each other. Atmel’s lot ID has the following topology: YQNNNN(#Wf) ● Y: alphanumeric 0, …, 9 ● ● ● Q: character F, G, H and J NNNN: alphanumeric consecutive number 0, …, 9999 (#Wf): alphanumeric for wafer number 1, …, 25 Lot ID and Wf No. is built in the following way: ● Transform Q = F, G, H, J into QQ = 0, …, 3 ● ● Transform wafer = 1, …, 25 into WW = 0, …, 24 Lot ID and wafer number = Y 1.000.000 + QQ 250.000 + NNNN 25 + WW This number is written binary into D01 to D60 with LSB first. 10.2.1 ATA5575M1 Example for Memory Content on Delivery ● ● ● ● ICR: '1b' Lot number: 9F0164 Wafer number: 12 Die on wafer: 9.127 Lot ID and Wf No = 9 1.000.000 + 0 250.000 + 0164 25 + 11 = 9.004.111 Table 10-3. ATA5575M1: Example of Memory Content on Delivery Byte# Meaning Value [hex] 0 1 2 3 4 5 Header Lot ID / ICR / Lot ID Lot ID Lot ID and lot ID and and and wafer Header and wafer wafer wafer no./ wafer no. no. no. DoW no. FF FA 43 32 63 E2 6 DoW F4 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Header Lot ID / ICR / Lot ID Lot ID Lot ID and Lot ID and and and Confiwafer DoW DoW DoW Header and wafer wafer wafer guration no./ wafer no. no. no. DoW no. B2 FF FA 43 32 63 E2 F4 B2 ATA5575M1 [DATASHEET] 9167G–RFID–08/14 06 17 11. Package Information Figure 11-1. 6” Wafer on Foil with Ring 0.946 0.21 0.2 (0.08) Die Dimensions 0.15±0.012 0.966 C1 0.402 C2 0.4 (0.08) 20:1 technical drawings according to DIN specifications 0.04 × 45° 0.326 Dimensions in mm 59.5 Orientation on frame 63.6 B 212 86.5 87.5 4B Label: Prod: ATA5575MYxxx-DDB Lot no: Wafer no: Qty: Option Y 1 Option xxx 330 1 2 2 250 330 250 Wafer ATA5575MYxxx-DDB UV Tape Adwill D176 6" Wafer frame, plastic thickness 2.5mm Ø 227.7 Ø150 Ø3 A A Ø194.5 212 01/18/11 TITLE Package Drawing Contact: [email protected] 18 ATA5575M1 [DATASHEET] 9167G–RFID–08/14 Dimensions ATA5575MYxxxC-DDB GPC DRAWING NO. REV. 9.920-6716.01-4 3 Figure 11-2. 6” Wafer on Foil with Ring and Gold Bumps 25µm 0.155±0.014 0.946 0.005±0.002 0.21 0.2 (0.08) Die Dimensions (BCB coating) 0.966 C1 0.402 C2 0.4 (0.08) 20:1 technical drawings according to DIN specifications 0.025±0.005 (Au bump) 0.04 × 45° 0.15±0.012 0.175±0.017 0.326 Dimensions in mm 59.5 Orientation on frame 63.6 B 212 86.5 87.5 4B Label: Prod: ATA5575MYxxx-DBB Lot no: Wafer no: Qty: Option Y 1 Option xxx 330 1 2 2 250 330 250 Wafer ATA5575MYxxx-DBB UV Tape Adwill D176 6" Wafer frame, plastic thickness 2.5mm Ø 227.7 Ø150 Ø3 A A Ø194.5 212 01/18/11 TITLE Package Drawing Contact: [email protected] Dimensions ATA5575MYxxx-DBB GPC DRAWING NO. REV. 9.920-6716.02-4 3 ATA5575M1 [DATASHEET] 9167G–RFID–08/14 19 Figure 11-3. Die in Blister Tape with Gold Bumps 25µm 0.946 0.285±0.0135 0.21 (0.08) 0.005±0.0015 (BCB coating) 0.2 technical drawings according to DIN specifications 0.966 C1 0.04 × 45° 0.025±0.005 (Au bump) 0.402 C2 0.4 20:1 (0.08) Die Dimensions 0.28±0.012 0.326 0.305±0.017 Label acc. ’’Packaging and Packing Spec.’’ ’’X’’ cover tape carrier tape ’’X’’ 8.4 4 2 Ø1.55 Specification Tape and reel Dimensions in mm Option xxx 330 1 2 2 250 330 250 4 1.2 1.2 Packing acc. IEC 60286-3 Option Y 1 8 3.5 reel Ø330 0.47 0.25 04/03/12 TITLE Package Drawing Contact: [email protected] 20 ATA5575M1 [DATASHEET] 9167G–RFID–08/14 Dimensions ATA5575MYxxx-DBQ GPC DRAWING NO. REV. 9.800-5108.01-4 2 12. Revision History Revision No. History 9167G-RFID-08/14 Put datasheet in the latest template 9167F-RFID-04/13 Section 10 “Ordering Information” on page 16 updated Section 11 “Package Information” on page 20 updated 9167E-RFID-07/12 Section 10 “Ordering Information” on page 16: Ordering codes added 9167D-RFID-12/11 Set datasheet from Preliminary to Standard Features on page 1 updated Section 1 “Description” on page 1 changed Section 4 “Analog Front End (AFE) on pages 3 to 4 changed Section 5 “Operating the Atmel ATA5575M1” on pages 5 to 9 changed 9167C-RFID-04/11 Section 6 “Error Handling” on pages 10 to 11 changed Section 7 “Programming Examples” on pages 13 to 14 changed Section 8 “Absolute Maximum Ratings” on page 15 updated Section 9 “Electrical Characteristics” on pages 15 to 16 updated Section 11 “Package Information” on pages 19 to 21 updated Section 8 “Absolute Maximum Ratings” on page 15 changed 9167B-RFID-10/10 Section 9 “Electrical Characteristics” on pages 15 to 16 changed Section 10.2 “Atmel ATA5575M1 Configuration on Delivery” on pages 17 to 18 changed ATA5575M1 [DATASHEET] 9167G–RFID–08/14 21 XXXXXX Atmel Corporation 1600 Technology Drive, San Jose, CA 95110 USA T: (+1)(408) 441.0311 F: (+1)(408) 436.4200 | www.atmel.com © 2014 Atmel Corporation. / Rev.: 9167G–RFID–08/14 Atmel®, Atmel logo and combinations thereof, Enabling Unlimited Possibilities®, IDIC®, and others are registered trademarks or trademarks of Atmel Corporation in U.S. and other countries. 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