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ISO/IEC DIS 21277

2017 Edition, January 11, 2017

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION DEVICE PERFORMANCE TEST METHODS - CRYPTO SUITE



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Superseded By: ISO/IEC 21277

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ISO/IEC 21277 defines test methods to measure the performance of crypto suites of radio frequency identification (RFID) devices (tags and interrogators) for item management as specified in ISO/IEC 18000-63 and ISO/IEC 29167 all parts.

These test methods measure the crypto suite system performance (tags and interrogators) against the crypto suite outcomes as required by the desired set of use case requirements for a specific application/service. These test methods should be used as an extension of ISO/IEC 18046-1, Information technology — Radio frequency identification device performance test methods — Part1: test methods for system performance, but may be used in a standalone manner.

Crypto suite performance may vary substantially between crypto suites, implementations of a crypto suite for tags and interrogators and crypto suite outcomes in specific interrogation scenarios. Tag crypto functions require time and energy to complete successfully. The desired crypto strength and method influence the time and energy required. “Crypto suite performance” is therefore defined in this specification to have the meaning: “the shortest time to complete a crypto outcome at a given read distance in relation to the RF power available”. This specification provides guidelines in the evaluation of the measurement results.

The test methods do not measure crypto capabilities which include crypto strength, suitability and robustness. It neither measure random generator performance, nor deals with key management.
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