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  • Nfc Overview

    1. 1. Near Field Presented by: Mehdi BenCommunication (NFC) Sabbah
    2. 2. Content • Introduction• What is NFC?• Applications• NFC vs Bluetooth• Conclusion
    3. 3. Introduction• Becoming a must to have feature, on our next new smartphone.• NFC is a short form for Near Field Communication• NFC enables devices to communicate with each other either by touching or bringing them into closer proximity
    4. 4. What is NFC? Application#processor# Communication#link#between the#SIM#card#and#the#RF#Chip Sim# RF#chip#• NFC is a data transferring technology RF#antenna#• NFC is a patented short-range (10cm) wireless technology standard• Designed for intuitive, simple and safe communication between electronic devices• Open platform technology standardized in ECMA, ETSI and ISO/IEC 18092 since 2003• NFC is a 2 way wireless communication technology for mobile phones, jointly developed by Sony and NXP
    5. 5. Applications• NFC has a number of applications and it will likely be a major part of our lives, it can be used for: • Ticketing or to pay for train, airplane or bus tickets. • For paying bills • Money transactions • Phones with NFC
    6. 6. NFC Use Cases
    7. 7. Example of Mobile payment
    8. 8. NFC buzzword
    9. 9. NFC vs Bluetooth• With NFC we don’t have to search the devices, enter security codes• It transfers data as soon as the devices are held near to each other.• NFC has a lesser data transfer rate than Bluetooth• no one will be able to transfer data unless he holds his device 4~10cm from your phone.• NFC can work when your mobile phone is switched off by taking extra power from the other device.
    10. 10. Conclusion• NFC Success Stories• Mobile NFC services bring a whole new dimension to customer’s digital life.• The most well-known use of NFC technology is for contactless payment.
    11. 11. Ben Sabbah Mehdi
    12. 12. Questions?
    13. 13. Questions
    14. 14. Questions Features
    15. 15. Questions?• NFC (ISO18092) is a simple extension of ISO 14443 proximity- card standard• ISO/IEC 14443• JIS X 6319-4 –FeliCa• ISO/IEC 15693 –Vicinity
    16. 16. SWOT analysis Strengh Weaknessease of useStandardization the pricevalid for new areas Fearthe proportion of the popultation equipped Short distancewith Find agreements between chipshort distance Makers and manufatures of phonescommunication with several products atthe same time without collision Opportunities Threatsthe development of mobile technology Hackers
    17. 17. What is NFC? NFC Bit rate 424 Kbit/s Fequency 13.56 MHZ Range < 0.2 m half-duplex or full- Communication mode duplex Technical feature

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