Near Field CommunicationPresented by :-     Paurnima Pawar.Guided by :-    Mr.Hiralal Solunke.
What is NFC ?• NFC is a short-range wireless technology.• NFC is based on Radio Frequency  Identification (RFID) technolog...
Modes of NFC communication• The NFC interface can operate in two  different modes:               Active Mode             ...
Modes of NFC• In Active mode, both devices with NFC  chip generates an electromagnetic field  and exchange data.   Two   N...
Modes of NFC• In Passive mode, there is only one activedevice and the other uses that field toexchange information.       ...
ApplicationTouch and Confirm      Applications such as mobile paymentwhere the user has to confirm the interaction byenter...
Touch and Connect     Linking two NFC-enabled devices toenable transfer of data such as downloadingmusic, exchanging image...
Advantages• NFC over Bluetooth.• No special software.• No manual configuration and settings.
Disadvantages• The system has the limitation that it can  be operated only with devices under a  short range.• The data tr...
Some Devices Using NFC• Samsung Galaxy S II• Samsung Galaxy Note• Galaxy Nexus• Nokia 6212 Classic• Nokia 6131 NFC
Devices With NFC
ConclusionMobile handsets are the primary target forNFC and soon NFC will be implementedin most handheld devices.
References• www.nfc-forum.org• www.nfcworld.com• www.nearfieldcommunication.org
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Near field communication

  1. 1. Near Field CommunicationPresented by :- Paurnima Pawar.Guided by :- Mr.Hiralal Solunke.
  2. 2. What is NFC ?• NFC is a short-range wireless technology.• NFC is based on Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology.NFC is as easy as…. …a touch
  3. 3. Modes of NFC communication• The NFC interface can operate in two different modes: Active Mode Passive Mode
  4. 4. Modes of NFC• In Active mode, both devices with NFC chip generates an electromagnetic field and exchange data. Two NFC enabled devices transfer -ring data in active mode
  5. 5. Modes of NFC• In Passive mode, there is only one activedevice and the other uses that field toexchange information. A NFC- enabled mobile phone is paired with a RFID- tagged "smart poster"
  6. 6. ApplicationTouch and Confirm Applications such as mobile paymentwhere the user has to confirm the interaction byentering a password or just accepting thetransaction. The screenshot from a mobile device showing the confirmatio n message.
  7. 7. Touch and Connect Linking two NFC-enabled devices toenable transfer of data such as downloadingmusic, exchanging images.Data transfervia NFC
  8. 8. Advantages• NFC over Bluetooth.• No special software.• No manual configuration and settings.
  9. 9. Disadvantages• The system has the limitation that it can be operated only with devices under a short range.• The data transfer rate is very less.
  10. 10. Some Devices Using NFC• Samsung Galaxy S II• Samsung Galaxy Note• Galaxy Nexus• Nokia 6212 Classic• Nokia 6131 NFC
  11. 11. Devices With NFC
  12. 12. ConclusionMobile handsets are the primary target forNFC and soon NFC will be implementedin most handheld devices.
  13. 13. References• www.nfc-forum.org• www.nfcworld.com• www.nearfieldcommunication.org
  14. 14. THANK YOU ….
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