WINDEMO HITAG Demonstration Software

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WINDEMO HITAG™ Demonstration Software Revision 1.2

January 1999

Installation of the Demonstration Program

Rev. 1.2

January 1999

Table of Contents 1 Installation of the Demonstration Program ..................................................................3 1.1 Minimum Requirements .............................................................................................................3 1.2 Installation...................................................................................................................................3 1.3 Startup .........................................................................................................................................4 2 Main Menu .......................................................................................................................5 2.1 Select Demo ................................................................................................................................6 2.2 Select Configuration ...................................................................................................................6 3 Access Demo...................................................................................................................7 3.1 Check in ... ..................................................................................................................................8 3.2 Check Out ... ...............................................................................................................................9 3.3 At the Bar ... ..............................................................................................................................10 3.4 To your Room ... .......................................................................................................................11 3.5 General Remarks.......................................................................................................................12 4 Gate Demo .....................................................................................................................13 4.1 Initialization of HITAG 1 Transponders...................................................................................14 4.2 Initialization of MIRO Transponders........................................................................................15 4.3 F2 FFT....................................................................................................................................15 4.4 Changing the Mode of Operation..............................................................................................16 4.4.1 Security Mode.....................................................................................................................16 4.4.2 Public Mode........................................................................................................................17 4.4.3 Fast Mode ...........................................................................................................................17 4.4.4 Miro Mode..........................................................................................................................17 5 General Remarks for the Demo-Software ...................................................................18

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Installation of the Demonstration Program

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1.1 Minimum Requirements  PC with 486 / 66 MHz processor  8 MBytes of RAM  12 MBytes of free memory on the hard disc  3.5  disc drive  one free COM-port  SVGA - card with a resolution of 800 x 600 dots, 256 colors, non interlaced  WIN 3.1, WIN 3.11 or Windows95

1.2 Installation 1. Start Windows. 2. Put the first of the four delivered discs into the disc drive. 3. Choose the command Run in the Windows menu File. 4. Type A:\setup.exe or B:\setup.exe (depending on your PC-Configuration) into the input line and press Return. 5. The installation path should stay as predefined: C:\WINDEMO. 6. The software is installed and an icon is generated automatically in Windows. 7. If Windows does not work with a resolution of 800 x 600 dots (minimum requirement) change the graphic resolution with the help of the setup-program of Windows. 8. Now the demonstration software is completely installed and can be started via icon.

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Additional hints: a) If the WINDEMO installation procedure stops with “Cannot copy ver.dl_”, please take the steps, described as follows: 1. Quit the installation procedure and terminate WINDOWS/WIN95. 2. Move the file “ver.dll” (in the WINDOWS/WIN95 system directory) to “ver.bak”. Make sure that there is no “ver.dll” in the system directory. 3. Restart WINDOWS/WIN95 and start WINDEMO installation.

b) If you use the application “GATE DEMO” please ensure, that the HITAG Evaluation Kit is connected to COM 1 port.

1.3 Startup Connect the reader to a free COM port (please connect the reader to COM1 if you have two free ports, e.g. using a PS-2 mouse). Switch on the power supply of the read/write device and start the demonstration software with the help of the Windows icon.

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Main Menu

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Main Menu

Starting the demonstration software the screen will display as follows:

Clicking the ABOUT window gives you details and the version of the software and the connected read/write device. Select Demo lets you choose among the two operation modes (Gate Demo and Access Demo) and Select Configuration gives access to additional submenus to configure the software to your demands.

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Main Menu

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2.1 Select Demo

You can choose among two modes of operation: Gate Demo

(“Flag“ - Demo)

Access Demo

(“Hotel“ - Demo)

EXIT hitag Windows Demo

Quits the demonstration program.

2.2 Select Configuration

Set Sound:

enables or disables a control beep.

Set Long Range BCD:

Sets BCD value for Long Range Antennas. This menu item is only enabled using a Long Range Read/Write Device.

Attention:

Choosing the wrong BCD value decreases the performance of the Long Range Read/Write Device! For best performance please use the menu items Gate Antenna or LR-Demokit (Long Range Evaluation Kit).

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Access Demo

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Access Demo

Starting the Access Demo the screen will display as follows:

Click the Reception button to open the following submenu: Check in

Click here to enter data for checking in.

Check out

Click here to check out.

Current Account

Shows the current account on your transponder.

Memory Map

Shows the memory map of HITAG 1 and HITAG 2 transponders. By clicking the according buttons the elevator takes you to the chosen destination. The services (Health Club, Sauna and Swimming Pool) are checked and access is only granted if you have chosen the service when checking in.

Click the EXIT button to quit the Access Demo.

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Access Demo

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3.1 Check in ...

Enter data to be stored on the transponder in this window. Enter your name and address in the according lines. Choose your room number and services you demand upon. Place the transponder close to the antenna and click the Check In button to write the entered data on the transponder.

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Access Demo

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3.2 Check Out ...

Use this window to check out at the reception. The window shows your data and your account. With a click on the question mark you get a more detailed list of your account. Choose the Check Out Date, place the transponder close to the antenna and click the Check Out button to accept the data and check out.

Note: You have to check out with your transponder before you may check in again.

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Access Demo

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3.3 At the Bar ... After a click on the Bar button at the elevator the elevator takes you to the bar and the screen will display as follows:

With a mouse click on the according button you may choose among the drinks shown in this window. You may also click on the various bottles to get a drink of your choice.

Place the transponder close to the antenna and the price of the drink is added to your card-account.

Click the EXIT button to leave the bar.

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Access Demo

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3.4 To your Room ... After a click on the Rooms button at the elevator the elevator takes you to the rooms and the screen will display as follows:

Presenting the transponder you get access to the room you have chosen when checking in. Access to other rooms is denied. With the help of the green arrow buttons you can turn right or left to look for your room number. Click on the proper door and it opens. If you try to enter the wrong room for five times an alarm is triggered. Click the EXIT button to leave.

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Access Demo

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3.5 General Remarks If more than one transponder or if more than one transponder type is in the field of a Long Range Antenna you get a COLLISION warning.

This anticollision feature (the possibility to operate serveral transponders simultanously) is only available using a Long Range Read/Write Device.

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Gate Demo

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Gate Demo

Starting the Gate Demo the screen will display as follows:

F1 F2

Init FFT

F3 F10

Change Mode Exit

starts the initialization menu. starts a Fast Fourier Transformation (FFT) to eliminate periodical disturbers. changes the mode of operation. quits the Demonstration Program.

If there are more transponders in the field than the software can display as flags on the screen (3 flags - country- STOP- and skull - flag - resp. 4 small flags in Fast Mode) the number of the transponders is displayed in the bottom line. The anticollision feature (the possibility to operate serveral transponders simultanously) is only available using a Long Range Read/Write Device. The error message serial error can be displayed in the bottom line (error on the serial interface). The message is displayed if the read/write device is not switched on or not connected. Note: The Gate Demo is suitable for HITAG 1 transponders, HITAG 2 transponders in Public Mode A and Read Only transponders.

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Gate Demo

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4.1 Initialization of HITAG 1 Transponders

Pressing or clicking the F1 button in Security, Public or Fast Mode opens the initialization window for HITAG 1 transponders. Enter data to be stored on the transponder on the left hand side of the window. You can choose between “Mr.“, “Mrs.“ and “Nothing“ and give the access authorization (Access OK) by clicking these buttons or by pressing the key combination ALT + (underlined letter). Enter the name or company name in the next line and choose a flag (country). Key B can be changed if wanted. The information is written to block 2 (secret) and - identical - to block 8 (public). The right hand side of the window shows parts of the transponder memory: Serial Number, area for Keys and Logdata and the content of block 2. Place the transponder to be initialized close to the antenna. Click the INIT button to write the data on the transponder. When finished click ESC to leave the initialization window.

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Gate Demo

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4.2 Initialization of MIRO Transponders

Pressing or clicking the F1 button in MIRO Mode opens the initialization window for MIRO transponders (µEM H400x) or HITAG 2 transponders in Public Mode A. The serial number of the transponder in the field is displayed, a name can be entered and a flag (country) can be chosen. Click the INS button to insert the name into the list of authorised persons. Click the DEL button to delete a name from the list. When finished click OK to leave the initialisation window.

4.3 F2

FFT

Using a Long Range Read/Write Device this button starts a Fast Fourier Transformation (FFT) to eliminate the effects of periodical disturbers. Carry out an FFT from time to time, especially in case of noisy environment. The command has no effect if a Proximity Read/Write Device is used.

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Gate Demo

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4.4 Changing the Mode of Operation

You can choose among the following four modes: Security Mode



Public Mode



Fast Mode



Miro Mode

for HITAG 1 transponders

for MIRO transponders or HITAG 2 transponders in Public Mode A.

About

tells programming details and version of the software.

Return

returns to the program

4.4.1

Security Mode

The security mode carries out a mutual authentication between transponder and read/write device (access to the secret block 2). If the authentication was successful and the access authorisation is given (Access OK) the flag with the name and the serial number of the card is displayed. Using a Long Range Read/Write Device up to max. 3 flags can be displayed. (If there are more than 3 transponders in the field of a Long Range Antenna the total number of transponders is displayed in the bottom line.) If the access authorisation was not given (Access not OK) the flag is displayed as STOP-flag. If the authentication could not be carried out correctly (changed Key) the flag is displayed as skull - flag. The skull - flag could also be displayed if the transponder is to be found at the edge of the antenna field. Move the transponder nearer to the antenna and the normal flag is displayed (or the STOP flag in case of no access authorization).

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Gate Demo

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Public Mode

The public mode carries out an access to block 8 (public). If the authorisation is given (Access OK) the flag with the name and the serial number of the card is displayed. Using a Long Range Read/Write Device up to max. 3 flags can be displayed. (If there are more than 3 transponders in the field of a Long Range Antenna the total number of transponders is displayed in the bottom line.) If the access authorisation was not given (Access not OK) the flag is displayed as STOP-flag.

4.4.3

Fast Mode

Fast mode only reads the serial number of the transponders in the antenna field and displays the numbers in small flags (no country flags!). Access to the transponders and - above all - the display process on the screen is faster than in the other two modes (especially faster than in Secret Mode, because of the additional authentication). Using a Long Range Read/Write Device up to max. 4 flags can be displayed. (If there are more than 4 transponders in the field of a Long Range Antenna the total number of transponders is displayed in the bottom line.)

4.4.4

Miro Mode

Miro Mode reads the serial number of a MIRO Read Only transponder or of a HITAG 2 transponder in Public Mode A and evaluates it referring to the according name in the list. The country flag displays name and serial number. If there does not exist a name in the list according to the serial number a neutral VISITOR-flag is displayed. MIRO and HITAG 2 transponders do not support the anticollision feature as the HITAG 1 transponders. Therefore the transponders can only be operated (and displayed) one after the other. Due to display times of the screen it can happen that two flags are displayed concurrent for a short time.

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General Remarks for the Demo-Software

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General Remarks for the Demo-Software

In case of any problems please check the following points: 

Is the antenna tuned? (Check with the help of the Antenna Tuning Device.)



Is there an error message displayed on the screen? (Serial error)



Remove potential disturbers and metal or try to move the antenna.



Start the Fast Fourier Transformation (FFT) using a Long Range Read/Write Device.



Check the BCD-Value using a Long Range Read/Write Device.



Do not put HITAG 1, HITAG 2 and MIRO cards simultaneously in the antenna field.



Either HITAG 1 (Security-, Public Mode), or MIRO or HITAG 2 (in Public Mode A) is possible using the Gate Demo.



Either HITAG 1 or HITAG 2 - (Password- or Crypto Mode) - is possible using the Access Demo.



Did you install the software in the right way? Check again chapter 1.

If there are any problems that can not be solved following the above points please do not hesitate to contact your Philips contact person.

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General Remarks for the Demo-Software

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Definitions Data sheet status Objective specification

This data sheet contains target or goal specifications for product development.

Preliminary specification This data sheet contains preliminary data; supplementary data may be published later. Product specification

This data sheet contains final product specifications.

Limiting values Limiting values given are in accordance with the Absolute Maximum Rating System (IEC 134). Stress above one or more of the limiting values may cause permanent damage to the device. These are stress ratings only and operation of the device at these or at any other conditions above those given in the Characteristics section of the specification is not implied. Exposure to limiting values for extended periods may affect device reliability. Application information Where application information is given, it is advisory and does not form part of the specification.

Life support applications These products are not designed for use in life support appliances, devices, or systems where malfunction of these products can reasonably be expected to result in personal injury. Philips customers using or selling these products for use in such applications do so on their own risk and agree to fully indemnify Philips for any damages resulting from such improper use or sale.

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