Keolabs Smart Card & Payment Solution (NFC) Smart Card Solution » Mobile / Tester



Complete, Autonomous & Easy to Use

NomadLAB provides signal capture and protocol analysis of technologies commonly used in payment and identity solutions including future NFC phones. This includes support of ISO 14443 (A, B types) protocol for 13.56 MHz contactless smart cards, readers and systems, with the possibility to add support of NFC (IP1 and IP2*) protocols including FeliCa, NFC Forum protocols (NDEF, SNEP and etc). NomadLAB also supports ISO 7816 and SWP (HCI and HDLC) protocols for test of contact smart cards, USIM and their implementation in mobile phones.

Furthermore,NomadLAB is able to emulate ISO 14443 Type A and B card at digital protocol level. **

NomadLAB’s autonomy, price and test features which are tailored to integrators and software developers make it the ideal diagnostic tool for companies who need to equip development and support teams. NomadLAB operates both as a PC peripheral (USB 2.0) and in a fully autonomous standalone mode for testing in the field. NomadLAB can be used and configured with KEOLABS RGPA software and controlled by scripting like any KEOLABS laboratory class tools. In standalone mode, users benefit from a large color display with touch controls to facilitate tool configuration and display of resulting communication traces. NomadLAB provides the right degree of visibility of communication at the protocol level, so that engineers can rapidly and easily understand where and when problems occur without getting bogged down in the dynamics of low-level signal behavior.

  • Analyze ISO 14443 (A, B), NFC (IP1, IP2*), Felica, NFC Forum protocols (NDEF, SNEP, DEP and etc)
  • Real-time capture and analysis
  • Display of communication at Protocol and Byte levels
  • Easy-to-use interface for standalone operation
  • Battery operated with recharge from USB interface to PC
  • Compatibility with KEOLABS’ laboratory class tools
  • Optional support for contact SWP and ISO7816 protocols


* Decoding ISO 15693 is not implemented.
** This feature is coming soon.