NFC White Papers

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  • An NFC Pairing Mechanism for RF Remote Controls
    Published September 2017
    The primary mechanism for communication between remote controls and set-top boxes has been infrared. Newer technologies like RF and BLE provide many benefits over this legacy technology, resulting in increased reliability, such as working at greater distances and not requiring a line of sight. In this paper, Gautam Babbar and Braden Flowers outline a unique solution to pair an RF remote with a target utilizing Near Field Communication tags. (4 pages)
  • NFC Forum–ISO/IEC 14443 Analog Parameter Comparison and Alignment: Methodology, Procedures and Results
    Published April 2017
    This white paper compares analog parameter limits between the NFC Forum and ISO/IEC 14443 RFID standards. For each parameter limit, an associated procedure is defined, written in such a way that an experienced engineer can repeat the procedure and measure similar results. (148 pages)
  • NFC-enabled e-Ticketing in Public Transport: Clearing the Route to Interoperability
    Published January 2017
    The NFC Forum's Transport Special Interest Group explains how the growing global use of smartphones and other mobile devices offers an opportunity for the public transport industry to better serve customers and manage increasing demand, by ensuring that the millions of contactless readers and billions of smart cards deployed by public transport operators work seamlessly with the millions of NFC-enabled devices in the marketplace. (14 pages)
  • What’s the Difference Between RFID and NFC?
    Published December 2016
    Radio frequency identification and Near Field Communication are two closely related global wireless communication technologies used for a variety of applications, including access control, asset tracking and contactless payments. Both RFID and NFC technologies provide one-way communication and the ability to communicate without a direct line of sight. Jadak explains the significant differences between the two. (2 pages)
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  • Simplifying the IoT: Connecting, Commissioning and Controlling With Near Field Communication
    Published June 2016
    Eventually, most devices will be interconnected to collect sensor data or enable control of the smart-home environment. In the future, PCs and mobile phones could become outnumbered by small "headless" devices with limited or no user interface. The NFC Forum describes how Near Field Communication specifications will help developers and manufacturers to bring the Internet of Things' benefits to where people live, work and play. (14 pages)
  • NFC Non-Payment Use Cases
    Published January 2016
    Contactless payment is the most prominent use case of Near Field Communication (NFC) technology in mobile devices. But NFC also enables other non-payment use cases that are not as well known. This white paper, developed by the Smart Card Alliance Mobile and NFC Council, highlights non-payment use cases that must secure some form of user credential, and that have real-world implementations that illustrate the technology's benefits in different markets. (38 pages)
  • The 9 Golden Rules of NFC Marketing
    Published October 2015
    The potential of Near Field Communication for travel passes, contactless payments and many other applications is huge, and its operations can vary. NFC technology enables brands to develop their own interactive mobile marketing campaigns, and to connect print materials to enriched mobile content accessible via a user's smartphone. This guide, created by Unitag, explains how to utilize NFC in your marketing operations. (25 pages)
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  • NFC for Embedded Applications
    Published September 2014
    Experts predict an explosion of connected things to occur over the next few years. As more things get connected, concerns regarding data privacy and security will escalate. NXP Semiconductors explains why utilizing Near Field Communication as a communication method can help address some of these concerns. (20 pages)
  • Host Card Emulation (HCE) 101
    Published August 2014
    Host card emulation is one of the most talked-about mobile innovations today, offering solution providers a new architecture for implementing convenient mobile Near Field Communication-based solutions. But how does the new architecture impact application security? The Smart Card Alliance considers HCE and NFC opportunities and security considerations in this new white paper. (32 pages)
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