24. WORKING MODES4. WORKING MODES1. NFC1. NFC8. APPLICATIONS8. APPLICATIONS6. COMPARISON WITH BLUETOOTH6. COMPARISON WITH BLUETOOTH10. CONCLUSION10. CONCLUSION7. DEVICES USING NFC7. DEVICES USING NFC2. SPECIFICATIONS2. SPECIFICATIONS3. HISTORY3. HISTORY5. OPERATING MODES5. OPERATING MODES9. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES9. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES
Near Field Communication (NFC) is a technology forcontactless short-range communication. It allows for simplified transactions data exchange, and wireless connections Based on the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID),it uses magnetic field induction.3
2002NFC technology was Co-invented by NXPSemiconductors and Sony. 2004Nokia, Philips and Sony established the Near FieldCommunication (NFC) Forum. 2006Initial specifications for NFC Tags.NOKIA 6131 was the first NFC phone.5
2009NFC Forum released Peer-to-Peer standards . 2010First Android NFCphone was launchedi.e. Samsung Nexus6
NFC becomes part of the Symbian operatingsystem with the release of Symbian Anna version. The latest devices supporting NFC are Nokia700 and Nokia 7017
The BLACKBERRY BOLD 9900 and BLACKBERRY CURVE 9360smart phones have become the first SIM-based NFC phonesto be certified by MasterCard Worldwide as Pay Pass-approved devices.8
14SAMSUNG GALAXY S2 NOKIA 701 BLACKBERRY TORCH
Easy to set-upƒ NFC has very fast and easy configuration and pairing.With NFC its just touch and goƒ No search and pair procedure Fast Low cost Convenient: The number of cards that need to becarried is reduced, and there is no more searching forcoins.
Eavesdropping Data Corruption Data Modification Lost property
NFC is a fast growing technology. Soon phones will replace everything from keys tocredit cards. If NFC is to be successful, there would have to bemuch stricter security measures set in place. NFC can be pretty awesome,if you use it right,if not, you’re screwed. 17
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