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Microprocessors for ID documents

Mikron offers a range of crypto-protected microprocessors ideal for the development of products with high-security requirements, such as electronic state IDs, eDriver licenses, ePassports, eResidense permits or eHealth cards. Mikron microprocessors base on both in-house developed or partner chips, feature support of international and Russian crypto-standards according to customer-requirements and can have contact or dual interface.
Item Interface ROM, Kbyte RAM, Kbyte EEPROM / Flash, Kbyte Cryptography Certification Availability Additional info
MIK51AB72D One-chip microprocessor with cryptography support and contactless interface Contactless (ISO 14443В) 160 6 72 DES, 3DES, AES, RSA, EC-DSA, GOST 28147, GOST Р34.10-2001, GOST 34-11 By authorized Russian agencies for data protection Now Already in use in Russian biometric foreign pass Datasheet, pdf
MIK51SC72D Dual interface one-chip microprocessor with cryptography support Dual (contact ISO 7816, contactless ISO 1443A/B) 384 8 72 DES, 3DES, AES-128, AES-256, RSA up to 2048-bit, EC-DSA, GOST 28147; 34-11; Р34.10-2001 By EMVco & MasterCard Now Java Card 3.0.4 Classic Edition, M/Chip 4, MoC technology; Electronic digital signature support; Currently in use in Russian Universal Electronic Card (Russian ID-card) Datasheet, pdf
Dual interface security cryptocontroller based on partner chip Dual (contact ISO 7816, contactless ISO 14443 A/В, Mifare compatible) 8 404 (solid Flash) DES, 3DES, AES up to 256-bit; RSA up to 4096-bit, ECC up to 521-bit, etc. CC EAL6+ and EMVCo Now Original OS
Important facts: Mikron expertize in chip development and top of the line manufacturing facilities allow the company to be in control of the entire IC and smart-card production cycle and be a reliable partner for nation-wide projects, such as for example the launch of unified electronic identification documents. 

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