November 10, 2016

What is NFC ?And what does it do?- Chuangxinjia

What is NFC

What is NFC? Near field communication, abbreviated NFC, is a form of contactless communication between devices like smartphones or tablets. Contactless communication allows a user to wave the smartphone over a NFC compatible device to send information without needing to touch the devices together or go through multiple steps setting up a connection.
A way of transferring data quickly between two devices such as a phone and an NFC reader
This means you will be able to make purchases quickly using your phone and an NFC reader
NFC works within a radius of a few centimetres
NFC will be used in Google Android and Nokia phones (see the video below)
NFC chips cost pennies to develop
Examples of NFC:
Embedding an NFC chip in a movie poster where, when you touch the phone to the poster, a trailer of the film appears on YouTube on your phone.
You can embed an NFC chip into a map and, when you touch your phone to the chip, it will open the map with directions on your phone.
NFC will also be used to connect different devices. For example, if you have a stereo and buy new speakers, then placing them next to each other will allow them to transfer information to change the stereo’s settings for optimal audio output.
Oyster cards and Barclay cards use RFID chips which are a type of NFC working in the same way as contactless technology.

So do you know what is NFC and how it works? And CXJ RFID factory is a professional manufacturer from China. We have 17 years experience in RFID industry, so if you have any other questions, feel free to contact us directly.

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