Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a promising emerging technology currently being implemented in areas such as access control, inventory management, and supply chain management. An RFID system reduces operating costs and creates and sustains customer value. RFIC chips offer extremely low power consumption and low-voltage operation and require dedicated memory for data storage and processing (e.g. EPC memory in the EPC Gen 2 protocol). eMemory has developed innovative memory silicon IP solutions that provide significant advantages over those offered by other leading RFIC chip vendors.

NVM Silicon IPs for RFIC

Among eMemory’s silicon IP family, NeoBit, NeoFuse, and NeoEE are especially well suited to RFIC chip memory design. NeoBit, NeoFuse, and NeoEE are highly flexible and the cost-effective alternatives to conventional solutions. By implementing eMemory’s logic-based IP in RFIC, customers can enjoy large margins and significant time-saving during production as well as optimal performance and impressive yields, all without the need for extra masks. NeoBit, NeoFuse, and NeoEE are compatible with logic-based processes and are available in a variety of technologies and configurations through several foundries.

RFIC Chip Functional Block Diagram