Search results: 415000 matches (2.671612 sec.)
Mobile NFC technology for a wide array of services.
What is Mobile NFC? Find out more with mobile wallets featuring mobile ticketing
for transport, mobile payment, mobile access, mobile ID and many more.
NFC Technology Hub|NXP
NFC is available in hundreds of millions of smartphones, tablets, and other
consumer electronics, with new devices arriving almost daily. We are convinced
to ...
NFC Technology Hub|NXP
We are convinced to see NFC everywhere very soon. This hub gives you
technology insights as well as the latest news about NFC solutions from NXP.
NFC and Reader ICs|NXP
Wide range of NFC and reader ICs for physical access systems, POS terminals,
PC solutions, eGovernment applications, public transport schemes, Pay TV ...
NFC Frontend Solutions|NXP
NFC frontend solutions, the most flexible way to add NFC to a system.
RF430CL330H | RF430 | Wireless MCUs | Description & parametrics
The Texas Instruments Dynamic NFC Interface Transponder RF430CL330H is an
NFC Tag Type 4 device that combines a wireless NFC interface and a wired ...
EXPLORE-NFC - Exclusive from element14|NXP
Based on NXP® PN512 full NFC forum compliant NFC IC, meeting compliance
with all 3 NFC modes (Reader, P2P and Card Emulation). Reader mode ...
NFC SpeedTap
NFC OpenSense Technology for Marketing. Powerful pre- and post- purchase
engagement via mobile. Optimized one-to-one mobile marketing for different ...
NFC Controller Solutions|NXP
Designed for today's compact systems, our NFC controller solutions enable
higher integration with fewer components, since they combine an NFC frontend
with ...
NFC - STMicroelectronics
Near Field Communication (NFC) was born as a specialized subset of the 13.56
MHz RFID technology in 2002. Initially used for access control and public ...
EETimes Europe
Fabless mobile chip company Qualcomm Inc. has announced that its next processor architecture is called Krait and will offer multi-core chips capable of running at a clock frequency of 2.5-GHz. Dual and quad-core versions are expected to sample early in 2012.
Mobile phones will me more tightly integrated into vehicles – this has been the mantra in the industry already for several years. Now chip vendor NXP and automotive electronics supplier Continental have demonstrated how NFC (Near Field Communications) can be used as an enabler for new applications.
A testing service for certification of devices built to NFC Forum global standards is now available at AT4 wireless laboratories in Taipei in Taiwan, Herndon in the US, and Malaga in Spain.
Premo extended its SDTR1103 family of NFC antennas with the SDTR1103-HF series, suitable for signal reception at 2 MHz and/or 13,56 MHz Tx/Rx. The antenna has a high surface resistance NiZn ferrite core material (>10 MOhm/mm) and low initial permeability to work at high frequency.
STMicroelectronics and Gemalto announced a new partnership to develop a range of solutions to initiate and distribute digital security services for NFC (Near Field Communications) applications. Building on the two companies’ extensive security expertise and portfolio of NFC technologies, the partnership aims to deliver solutions that will meet the strong global demand for NFC-based services.