Near Field Communications

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LSI Introduces Axxia 5500 Communication Processors with ARM Technology for High-Performance, Power-Efficient Networks

LSI Corporation today introduced its Axxia 5500 product family of communication processors designed to accelerate performance and increase power efficiency for multi-radio base stations and 4G/LTE-capable wireless networks.
20th February 2013

INSIDE Secure ComboPulse Speeds NFC Deployment In Consumer Electronics

INSIDE Secure has today unveiled the all-in-one ComboPulse secure near field communication system-in-package. This is a drop-in, zero-tuning solution that makes it easy and inexpensive to add NFC functionality into a broad range of mainstream consumer electronic products, including tablets, entry-level mobile phones, personal media players and other smart mobile devices.
18th February 2013

Integrating NFC With Cloud-based Solutions Challenges Payment Security

The mobile payments market is taking a new step towards simpler and cost-effective solutions. Recently introduced payment options using mobile phones integrate near-field communication technology with a cloud-based system. With this approach, cardholders’ account details will no longer be stored on a secure element within a mobile phone, but will instead be maintained in the cloud. Frost & Sullivan believes that successful combinations of NFC and cloud will require solutions to help mitigate the security risks involved in data transmission.
13th February 2013


NXP And exceet Card Group Provide ITSO-Compliant Smart Card Solution For Scotland’s NEC Scheme

NXP and exceet Card Group today announced that they will supply a contactless smart card solution to councils across Scotland, enabling them to work collaboratively and roll-out services included in the country’s National Entitlement Card scheme. The solution will feature NXP’s trusted SmartMX technology hosting an ITSO CMD2 applet provided by ESP Systex, providing the scheme with a flexible, cost-effective and secure multi-application smart card.
31st January 2013

NFC Mobile Payments Accelerate Lunch Service at NXP Cafeteria

Faster payment at the checkout counter, shorter queues -- before you know it, you're sitting down happily with your colleagues at lunch in the company cafeteria. Employees of NXP Semiconductors in Nijmegen, Netherlands are now experiencing the benefits of mobile payments in the company canteen, with two out of four payment terminals now designated fast lanes accepting Cashless Betalen.
2nd January 2013

Broadcom Launches Industry's First Certified NFC Quad-combo Wireless Connectivity Solution

Broadcom today introduced two new Near Field Communication solutions to be showcased at the upcoming 2013 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The company announced the industry's first quad-combo to integrate certified NFC, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and FM onto a single chip. Broadcom also announced a single card solution combining its 5G WiFi combo chip with its industry-leading standalone NFC.
12th December 2012

The faster way to your own RFID application

Elatec RFID Systems is now offering a USB development platform for its Mifare NFC Mini Reader (13.56 MHz). The platform allows OEMs and system integrators to quickly and simply integrate the compact RFID reader/writer unit into a proprietary application.
5th December 2012

ams Interface Chip offers bi-directional NFC, while harvesting RF emissions energy

Implementing instant, high-speed Near Field Communication between two independent devices has been made easier and cheaper with the introduction of the AS3953 interface chip from ams. The AS3953 offers a high data-rate interface between a NFC device such as a smartphone and any host microcontroller with a standard Serial Peripheral Interface.
5th November 2012

Mass Market Adoption of NFC Tag Applications enabled by NXP

NXP have today announced the introduction of the NTAG21x family - the 2nd generation of the company’s NFC tag IC products - to further expand the deployment of NFC tags for OEMs, inlay customers and end users. As well as increasing RF performance, the new NTAG21x family comes with a choice of memory sizes, from 48 up to 888 bytes, and a number of new features such as an UID ASCII mirror, a NFC counter, an integrated originality signature and password protection.
31st October 2012

Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 Devices given NFC by NXP

NXP have today revealed that Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system will integrate the software stack of NXP’s NFC controller, the PN544, enabling rich user experiences and convenient interactions for mobile users. By being pre-integrated and end-to-end validated by Microsoft, NXP’s NFC technology becomes the smart choice for handset manufacturers to deliver NFC enabled smartphones based on Windows Phone 8 quickly to market.
30th October 2012


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