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NFC, short for Near Field Communication, is a short range wireless RFID technology that makes use of interacting electromagnetic radio fields instead of the typical direct radio transmissions used by ...

NFC, short for Near Field Communication, is a short range wireless RFID technology that makes use of interacting electromagnetic radio fields instead of the typical direct radio transmissions used by technologies such as Bluetooth. It is meant for applications where a physical touch, or close to it, is required in order to maintain security. NFC is planned for use in mobile phones for, among other things, payment, in conjunction with an electronic wallet

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  • Introduction toNear Field Communication(NFC)Venkat Alagarsamyvenkat.alagarsamy@gmail.comwww.linkedin.com/in/VenkatAlagarsamywww.scribd.com/VenkatAlagarsamywww.facebook.com/Venkatachalapathi.Alagarsamywww.slideshare.net/VenkatAlagarsamywww.twitter.com/TwitsOfVenkatVenkatAlagarsamy.blogspot.inLast Updated: 7th April 2013
  • NearFieldCommunication • Near field communication (NFC), is amethod of contactless communicationbetween two NFC enabled devices(Smartphone, tablets etc.)• NFC forum ensures strict standards to NFCdevice manufactures to makecommunication secured and easy• NFC operates in two modes– Active mode : Can read/send data from/to otherNFC enabled device– Passive mode : Can not read data from otherdevice (SmartPosters)• NFC is based on RFID technology– Magnetic field induction technology– Operates on Unlicensed Frequency• Specification– Works from touching distance to 4cms (Somedevices up to 10cms)
  • History • In 2004 Nokia, Philips and Sony jointlyestablished the NFC forum• In 2006, NFC tags specification released• In 2006, Nokia released first NFC enabledmobile (Nokia 6131)• In 2009, NFC forum released Peer-to-Perstandards to exchange contact, URL etc.• In 2010 Samsung releases Nexus S withNFC capability (Android)• In 2010, city of Nice in South Franceenables some of the services liketransportation, tourism and student servicesusing NFC• In 2011, RIM was certified by MasterCardworldwide to use NFC for transaction(PayPass)• In 2011, Google demonstrated GoogleSource: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Near_field_communication
  • NFCEcosystemSource: http://www.nfc-forum.org/aboutnfc/ecosystem//
  • ArchitectureApplication ProcessorSIMCardDeviceMemorySmartCardNFC ProcessorRF unitBaseband ProcessorTagsReadersSmartCards
  • NFCCommunicationSecurityThreat PreventionNetwork Sniffingduring communication•First of all, it is a shortdistance communication•To ensure, use securedconnectionDos (Corrupting thedata by transmittingdata at right time withright frequency)•NFC device is enabled towork by checking RF fieldData Manipulation•It is very difficult, because ofworking speed in active mode•To ensure, use securedconnectionMain-in-the-MiddleAttack (By makingindependent•It is practically impossiblebecause
  • ComparisonbetweenNFCandBluetoothNFC BluetoothRange 0 to 10cms0 to 100metersParallelConnect2 device ManySpeed 400kbps 2MbpsPowerConsumptionVery Low HighConnectionEaseVery EasyDifficult(HandshakeRequired)PassiveModeBoth Activeand PassiveOnly ActiveApplication Short Prolonged
  • AdvantagesofNFC • Compatible to existing RFID technology• NFC enabled device availability• Strong NFC forum with enforced standards• Possibility of using in wide range ofapplications• Very easy to use
  • NFCsupportedOSasonMar’2013OS VersionAndroid 2.3, 3.2, 4, 4.1, 4.2 and aboveBada 2.0 and aboveBlackBerry OS7.0, 10 and aboveiOSNot yet. But there is a rumorthat 5S may supportMeeGo YesSymbian Tagged with Anna and BelleWindows 6, 7.5 8 and aboveNote:• Support to the NFC is depending on the devicemanufacturer• The OS may support but not the device that has thatOS• Security of the communication is also depending onthe device manufacturer
  • SomeApplicationusingNFC• Ticketing• Business Card (Contact Sharing)• SmartPosters• Multimedia Sharing(Photos, Audio, Video etc.)• Coupons• ID Card• Access Control• Boarding Pass• Automotive• Casino• Payments• Credit Cards• Smart Cards• Healthcare
  • GoogleWallet• It is a mobile payment system fromGoogle• It allows users to store debitcards, credit cards, loyalty cards, giftcards etc• It uses NFC to make secure payments• It is MasterCard’s PayPass and Visa’spayWave enabled• It stores encrypted user information ona secured element chip• The Wallet required additional PIN toactivate NFC antenna• Wallet must touch reader device• Once the transaction is completed, the
  • GoogleWalletSupportedDevices• Phones Samsung Nexus S 4G on Sprint Samsung Galaxy Nexus on Sprint Samsung Galaxy Nexus GSM/HSPA+ Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE on Sprint Samsung Galaxy SIII on Sprint,MetroPCS, and US Cellular Samsung Galaxy Axiom on US Cellular LG Viper™ 4G LTE on Sprint LG Optimus Elite™ on Sprint and VirginMobile LG Nexus 4 GSM/HSPA+ (available forpurchase on Google Play) HTC EVO 4G LTE on Sprint• Tablets Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_W
  • Conclusion • Every Smartphone companies and deviceOS developers are working to support NFCin all their devices• It is expected that the gross transactionvalue using NFC is going to exceed $75billion by 2013• NFC is a powerful technology that willchange our way of life in froth coming years• NFC enabled device is going to be a featurewallet