Mifare cards are a type of contactless smart card that can store information and transfer data between a reader and the card. They were initially developed by NXP Semiconductors in 1995. They have been used in many countries, from public transit to storing employee ID badges at work.
This article will discuss 3 main points about them: what they are, how they work, and their benefits/disadvantages.
What Are Mifare Cards?
First, Mifare cards are small plastic cards with embedded integrated circuits (ICs). They can be used to store and transfer data in several ways.
How do They Work?
They are used in Mifare card readers. These tiny magnetic stands or hand-held devices can read Mifare cards and store their data for later use.
What Are Their Benefits/Disadvantages?
They are affordable and easy-to-use identification tokens. They can be used in various applications, though they have been known to lose data when exposed to extreme temperatures or radio waves.
Mifare cards are an excellent way to store important data for your organization!