NFC

Near Field Communication (“NFC”) enables short range communication between compatible devices.

NFC requires at least one transmitting device, and another to receive the signal. NFC device and can be considered either passive or active, depending on how the device works.

NFC is deployed in various applications including payment systems, doors secured with contact-less locks, logging on to computers and more.

 

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SNFC1000-M – DYNAMIC NFC INTERFACE TRANSPONDER

Near Field Communication (NFC), enables short range communication between compatible devices. NFC requires at least one transmitting device, and another to receive the signal. NFC device and can be considered either passive or active, depending on how the device works.

NFC is deployed in various applications including payments systems, secured doors with contact-less locks, logging on to computers and more.

Key Features:

  • Chip : TI RF430CL330H
  • NFC Tag Type 4
  • 3kB SRAM for NDEF Messages
  • ISO14443B Compliant 13.56-MHz RF Interface
  • Automatic Checking of NDEF Structure
  • UART Interface to Write and Read NDEF, NDEF Read or Write Completion Messages to Internal SRAM
  • Low power consumption
  • Dimension (mm): 32.0 x 20.0