Near Field Communication

Nagashree R N, Vibha Rao, Aswini N
2014 International Journal of Wireless and Microwave Technologies  
Near Field Communication (NFC), an emerging short-range wireless point to point interconnection technology, with the combination of handheld electronic device has become a potential tool for the two devices to exchange various information when in close range. NFC unites various standards and proprietary technologies. This paper presents a brief introduction about the NFC and various applications and security issues. Near Field Communication 21 Features of the NFC Standard The Near Field
more » ... ation system operating in the global 13.56MHz unlicensed radio frequency ISM band, standardized by ISO (18092), ECMA (340) and ETSI. Additionally NFC is compatible with Sony FeliCa smart card protocols and Philips' MIFARE® (ISO 14443 A).The NFC has two standards: NFCIP-1 is an NFCspecific communication mode, defined in the ECMA-340 standard. This mode is intended for peer-to-peer data communication between devices. The NFCIP-1 mode is divided into two variants: active mode and passivemode.NFCIP-2 (specified in ECMA-352) defines how to automatically select the correct operation mode when starting communications. NFC Technology Data Transfer
doi:10.5815/ijwmt.2014.02.03 fatcat:zpti4b75cnefzmrjholw2qopam