ISO IEC 23917-2005 pdf – Information technology — Telecommunications and information exchange between systems — NFCIP-1 — Protocol Test Methods.
1 Scope This International Standard specifies protocol test methods for ISO/IEC 18092 in addition to those specified in ISO/IEC 22536. 2 Conformance In addition to conforming to ISO/IEC 22536, implementations of ISO/IEC 18092 shall pass all normative tests and requirements specified herein; test results shall be recorded using Annex A and Annex B of this International Standard. ? 3 Normative references The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies. ISO/IEC 10373-6:2001, Identification cards — Test methods — Part 6: Proximity cards ISO/IEC 1 8092:2004, Information technology — Telecommunications and information exchange between systems — Near Field Communication — Interface and Protocol (NFCIP-1) ISO/IEC 22536:2005, Information technology — Telecommunications and information exchange between systems — NFCIP-1 – RF interface test methods 4 Notational conventions 4.1 Representation of numbers The following conventions and notations apply in this document unless otherwise stated. ?? Letters and digits in parentheses represent numbers in hexadecimal notation. ?? The setting of bits is denoted by ZERO or ONE. ?? Numbers in binary notation and bit patterns are represented by strings of digits 0 and 1 shown with the most significant bit to the left. Within such strings, X may be used to indicate that the setting of a bit is not specified within the string. 4.2 Names The names of basic elements, e.g. specific fields, are written with a capital initial letter.1 Scope This International Standard specifies protocol test methods for ISO/IEC 18092 in addition to those specified in ISO/IEC 22536.
4.3 Test report The test report includes the number of passed tests versus the total number of tests, the number of different samples and the date of the tests, see Annexes A and B. 5 Terms and definitions For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply 5.1 Activation in Active communication Mode flow to activate the DUT in Active communication Mode as defined in ISO/IEC 18092, which includes initialisation and protocol activation. 5.2 Activation in Passive communication Mode flow to activate the DUT in Passive communication Mode as defined in ISO/IEC 18092, which includes initialisation and protocol activation. 5.3 Active communication Mode in the Active communication Mode scheme, as defined in ISO/IEC 18092, both the Initiator and the Target use their own RF field to enable the communication. 5.4 Operating volume a volume with a field strength of at least H min and not exceeding H max generated by a NFC device at manufacturer specified positions. 5.5 Passive communication Mode the Initiator is generating the RF field and the Target responds to an Initiator command in a load modulation scheme as defined in ISO/IEC 18092. 5.6 Single Device Detection (SDD) SDD is an algorithm used by the initiator to detect one out of several Targets in its RF field. 5.7 Scenario a scenario is a protocol and application specific sequence test operations. Scenario description tables list all individual test operations. A horizontal line in a scenario description table indicates that the device shall be reset to initial conditions.
7 General description 7.1 Apparatus for Testing NOTE The test-apparatus may require information about the implemented protocol and functionality. These parameters shall be recorded in the test report. This clause is valid for Initiator and Target tests. Although this International Standard does not define dedicated test circuit for timing measurements and to check the correctness of the framing, influence of such circuit shall be avoided. 7.1.1 Generating the I/O character timing in reception mode The target-test-apparatus and the LT shall be able to generate the I/O bit stream according to ISO/IEC 18092. All timing parameters (e.g. start bit length, guard time, bit width, request guard time, start of frame width, end of frame width) shall be set to any value within the defined ranges of ISO/IEC 18092. The limits shall be tested according ISO/IEC 22536. 7.1.2 Measuring and monitoring the RF I/O protocol The targe-test-apparatus and the LT shall be able to measure the timing of the logical low and high states of the incoming demodulated data. 7.1.3 Test scenario and report Testing of the DUT as defined in this document and requires a test scenario to be executed. This test scenario contains a protocol and application specific sequence. The result of the test scenario shall be documented in a test report as defined in Annexes A and B. 7.1.4 RFU bits A test shall fail and the DUT declared non-compliant in case an RFU field is not set to its default value.