NEAR FIELD
COMMUNICATION
INTRODUCTION
● Short-range radio technology- enables communication
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between devices by either touch or when they are...
RFID AND NFC - DIFFERENCE
● NFC - emerging technology; RFID is currently in
widespread use all over the world.
● RFID tags...
NFC STANDARDS
● Always two parties to the communication; the protocol is
also known as peer-to-peer communication protocol...
COMMUNICATION MODES
●

Active: In this mode, the target and the initiator devices have power
supplies and can communicate ...
COMMUNICATION MODES
Passive:In this mode, the initiator device generates radio
signals and the target device gets powered ...
OPERATING MODES
● Read/Write: NFC enabled phone can read or write data
to any of the supported tag types in a standard NFC...
NFC ARCHITECTURE
● A mobile device integrated with NFC basically
comprises of various integrated circuits (ICs), SEs
(Secu...
NFC ARCHITECTURE
Secure Element:
NFC enabled services must reassure users and service
providers that transaction takes pla...
VARIATIONS AND COMPETING
TECHNOLOGIES
What are the top alternatives to NFC?
BLUETOOTH: There are several features in commo...
VARIATIONS AND COMPETING
TECHNOLOGIES
Like NFC, QR codes also allow people to visit a website,
access videos, download ima...
APPLICATIONS
● Commerce: NFC devices can be used in payment
systems , similar to those currently used in credit cards
and ...
APPLICATIONS
● Identity and access tokens
NFC-enabled devices act as electronic identity documents
and
keycards. As NFC ha...
CONCLUSION
● NFC improves the user experience of mobile
services and makes service initiation more
convenient.
● Customers...
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  1. 1. NEAR FIELD COMMUNICATION
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION ● Short-range radio technology- enables communication ● ● ● between devices by either touch or when they are momentarily held close together. NFC is a variant of RFID technology which operates at 13.56 MHz. The NFC forum was formed in 2004 by major technological pioneers which include Nokia, Sony and Philips. Applications : "electronic wallet" - used to make payments using the handset; "TecTiles" - NFC enabled tags created by Samsung, people can use their NFCcapable handsets to change in phone settings, share contacts, make a call, and more.
  3. 3. RFID AND NFC - DIFFERENCE ● NFC - emerging technology; RFID is currently in widespread use all over the world. ● RFID tags contain an antenna and a memory chip that stores data, read with RFID reader. ● Inventory and package tracking - two of the most common uses of RFID ● RFID in highway toll tag in a car; in a living organism; airlines use RFID tags in one-way communication systems ● NFC is short-range(max. 4 inches); can be set up for one- or two-way communications. ● NFC tags in smartphones ● Sharing, pairing and transactions - objects that work on
  4. 4. NFC STANDARDS ● Always two parties to the communication; the protocol is also known as peer-to-peer communication protocol. ● Protocol establishes wireless network connections between network appliances and consumer electronics devices. The interfaces operate in the unregulated RF band of 13.56 MHz. ● Operating distances of 0~20 cm. ● Communication is half-duplex - devices implement “listen before talk” policy. ● Initiator - device that initiates and controls the exchange of data; Target - device that answers the request from the Initiator. ● Only one device generates the RF field while the other device uses load modulation to transfer the data.
  5. 5. COMMUNICATION MODES ● Active: In this mode, the target and the initiator devices have power supplies and can communicate with one another by alternate signal transmission.
  6. 6. COMMUNICATION MODES Passive:In this mode, the initiator device generates radio signals and the target device gets powered by this electromagnetic field. The target device responds to the initiator by modulating the existing electromagnetic field.
  7. 7. OPERATING MODES ● Read/Write: NFC enabled phone can read or write data to any of the supported tag types in a standard NFC data format. ● Peer to Peer: two NFC-enabled devices can exchange data. For example, you can share Bluetooth or Wi-Fi link set up parameters to initiate a Bluetooth or Wi-Fi link. You can also exchange data such as virtual business cards or digital photos. ● Card Emulation: An NFC-enabled phone acts as reader when in contact with tags. In this mode, the phone can act as a tag or contactless card for existing readers.
  8. 8. NFC ARCHITECTURE ● A mobile device integrated with NFC basically comprises of various integrated circuits (ICs), SEs (Secure Elements) and an NFC interface ● The NFC enabled interface consists of a contactless, analog/digital front end, an NFC controller, an NFC antenna and an IC called NFC an NFC controller to enable NFC transactions which basically acts as a switch.
  9. 9. NFC ARCHITECTURE Secure Element: NFC enabled services must reassure users and service providers that transaction takes place in a protected environment. This protection is achieved by using an SE which provides the security mechanisms required to support various business models.
  10. 10. VARIATIONS AND COMPETING TECHNOLOGIES What are the top alternatives to NFC? BLUETOOTH: There are several features in common between Bluetooth and Near Field Communication, as both are forms of wireless communication between devices over short distances. NFC is limited to a distance of approximately four centimeters while Bluetooth can reach over thirty feet. QR CODES: QR codes are those pixilated black and white square boxes that is seen alongside movie posters, newspapers and magazine advertisements, products packaging.
  11. 11. VARIATIONS AND COMPETING TECHNOLOGIES Like NFC, QR codes also allow people to visit a website, access videos, download images and other content on their smart phones. The difference is that users need to have a QR code reader application installed on their smart phones. SQUARE INC. It essentially turns the mobile phone into a cash register complete with electronic receipts, high levels of customization, and reports on one’s inventory and sales patterns.
  12. 12. APPLICATIONS ● Commerce: NFC devices can be used in payment systems , similar to those currently used in credit cards and electronic ticket smart cards, thereby allowing mobile payment to replace or supplement these systems. ● Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections NFC offers a lowspeed connection with extremely simple setup. For example, the Android beam software uses NFC to complete the steps of enabling, pairing and establishing a Bluetooth connection when doing a file transfer. ● Social networking: NFC can be used in networking for sharing contacts, photos, videos or files, and entering multiplayer mobile games.
  13. 13. APPLICATIONS ● Identity and access tokens NFC-enabled devices act as electronic identity documents and keycards. As NFC has a short range and supports encryption, it may be more suitable than earlier, less private RFID systems. ● Smartphone automation and NFC tags Smart phones equipped with NFC can be paired with NFC tags or stickers which can be programmed by NFC apps to automate tasks..
  14. 14. CONCLUSION ● NFC improves the user experience of mobile services and makes service initiation more convenient. ● Customers will benefit by faster checkouts, shorter and quicker lines, and the eventual elimination of needing to carry a wallet at all. ● NFC smart phones will replace credit cards, social security cards, birth certificates, licenses, and even passports. ● Users will be able to purchase tickets online and just walk past a scanner without slowing down or the need to keep track of tickets. ● Also , it can be said that as long as security can keep pace with the hackers..
  15. 15. THANK YOU!
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