The fob is just the form factor. Nobody knows what is in.
Have you ever tried to ask somebody who he/she is, without a matching language? It is possible with hands and feet, but the result also will be meh. And you don’t have hands/feet at your flipper, just a antenna ‘to talk’.
No matter how interesting he/she may looks like, you won’t be able to ask for a date to get more information.
I have two fobs from my employer, one to get into the building and one to track my work time. They looking exact the same from the outside, but one has a longer number written on it.
One fob I can read out, emulate, analyze, have a lot of flipper fun.
The other one, I can create ReadRAW dumps and admire the beauty. But as long as I don’t know what is in, I am not able to go on with a analysis. I don’t know the protocol, the language or anything to start.
And some chips have a very strong cryptography. The vendor or manufactor won’t tell us anything about the magic behind. So maybe some day someone is lucky and find a hole by accident. Maybe the system is really really good.
I would be very disappointed in the modern world, if a 200USD tool magically can break every well kept secret and clone everything, even without knowing what it is.
And that’s the reason why nobody want to answer. There is nothing to answer. You’ve got a black box and nobody knows more about it, than you.
So try to find the hole, maybe by brute force? It will take a long time (probably more than our both rest lifespan together) and a lot of computing power. Energy is not cheap these days… Or accept it is hard for everyone and try another fob/card/transmitter …
Edit: I do think, even if you break it open, the chip could be blank, or not give all needed information, for security reason. But I haven’t opened one myself.