CISC Semiconductor GmbH

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CISC Semiconductor GmbH
Lakeside B07
9020 Klagenfurt
Phone: +43 (463) 508 808-0
Fax: +43 (463) 508 808-18
Contact: Josef Preishuber-Pfluegl, BU Manager RFID+RFComm


CISC Semiconductor

Leading in RFID test equipment and standardization

CISC Semiconductor is an international company and the leading global supplier of RFID and NFC measurement and testing solutions. We also offer engineering services in the field of design and verification of heterogeneous networked embedded microelectronic systems. CISC is represented in RFID standardization and holding various active roles within ISO / IEC and ETSI.

Leading world companies rely on our technology and expertizes during the development of their reliable products, satisfying the latest safety and security standards that are embedded in day to day life.

With our measurement solutions:

  •  Find and fix reader, tag and system issues in seconds instead of days
  •  Automated performance tests for tags, readers and systems for the know how to place, track and manage your tags
  •  Automated conformance tests to save a factor of 100 in GS1, ISO/ IEC, RAIN RFID and other standards compliance tests
  •  Save time and money. – For your benefit and success!

CISC was founded in 1999 and is 100% privately owned. The company is managed by an international team of highest skilled experts. Our headquarters office is based in Klagenfurt, Austria. Since 2007 we operate an R&D office in Graz, Austria. In 2012 we founded our 100% subsidiary CISC Semiconductor Corp. in Mountain View (CA), USA.

Our Core Competencies:

  • RFID/NFC test systems
  • RFID/NFC measurements
  • RFID/NFC standardization, design, modeling, simulation, verification and optimization


 News : MARCH 2020 : 5 Reasons why measurement methods based on international standards rock.  Read HERE

 News : MARCH 2020 : RFID Rail Standard EM17230 - ready for approval. Read HERE

News :   The CISC RFID Xplorer is a compact high-precision RFID test instrument. It is used to measure performance of RFID devices and application setups, verify conformance and support the development of readers, tags and ICs. More HERE