DEVELOPMENT OF A BIOMETRIC HARDWARE
MODULE INCORPORATING NFC FOR PEER-TO-PEER
MONEY TRANSFER & IDENTITY VIRTUALIZATION
National Institute of Technology, Arunachal Pradesh
Dept. Of Computer Science & Engineering
Most Pertinent Work
United States Patent: 8,910,879 B2
Date of Patent: Dec. 16, 2014
Inventor: Jordan Chandler Goldman, Daniel
Anthony Auten, Carlos Pizzaro Leon.
ELECTRONIC CARD WITH A
Introduction to NFC
◉Based on RFID technology at 13,56 MHz
◉Operating distance typical up to 10 cm
◉Compatible with today’s field proven contactless RFID technology
◉Data exchange rate today up to 424 kilobits/s
client sends request to the
server containing an Information
field, a request Header and.
After processing the requested
method, the SNEP server sends
back a message to the client
indicating success or failure of
the invoked method
Protocoles used in NFC
LLCP is a compact protocol,
based on the industry standard
IEEE 802.2, designed to support
either small applications with
limited data transport
◉All the system serves only one purpose. Currently there is no system is available which can do
all the types of transaction.
◉The adoption rate of contactless payments are very less in India. So the users cannot get the
fruitfulness of the features of the technology.
◉There is no device available in the market which can do Peer-to-Peer transactions on the go.
◉The most favourable solutions like Apple Pay, Samsung Pay etc. are only available on high cost
devices. So the common people cannot afford them.
◉Companies like Apple, Samsung etc. are only releasing the Payment features in developed
countries like USA, UK etc.
◉Every merchant is tied up with different transaction processor companies, so it is not possible to
use any particular application ever where.
• Dynamic Magnetic Stripe
• Inclusion of EMV chip
• Incorporate of gift card feature
• Incorporate access control feature
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