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Inside Connection Handover 1.4 and LLCP 1.3

The NFC Forum recently released a set of new specification s . It consists of the new Connection Handover 1.4 Candidate Technical Specification, the Verb RTD 1.0 Technical Specification, and the Logical Link Control Protocol (LLCP) 1.3 Technical Specification. The new specificationsRead more »

The NFC Forum Sets Its Near-Term Priorities

NFC technology has broad applicability to a diverse range of industries and use cases – from health care in developing countries to access control on college campuses. With so many worthwhile opportunities to develop, it’s important to set priorities thatRead more »

The Meaning Behind Our New Mission Statement

The NFC Forum has unveiled a new mission statement that reflects the evolving focus of our work as the market for NFC grows and matures: The NFC Forum brings the convenience of NFC technology to life. We empower organizations toRead more »

Inside NCI 2.0 and What It Means for the New Generation of NFC Devices, Part 2

In this, the second of two blog posts (read Part 1 here ) on the new NCI 2.0 candidate specification, we’ll take a closer look at more new features that benefit both NFC developers and device users: RF Interface Extension TheRead more »

Inside NCI 2.0 and What It Means for the New Generation of NFC Devices, Part 1

Several weeks ago, the NFC Forum released a new NFC Controller Interface (NCI) 2.0 candidate specification. Because NCI describes an internal interface between an NFC Controller and the main processor of an NFC-enabled device, it is not something most usersRead more »

The Practical Uses of the NFC Signature RTD 2.0 Specification

Imagine walking into your favorite coffee shop and, while you wait in line, you tap an NFC smart poster with your smartphone. It connects you to free Wi-Fi, offers you the promotion of the day, and allows you to placeRead more »

Winning the User Experience Relay Race

As any Olympic track athlete will tell you, winning a successful 4×100 meter relay race is as much about the baton-passing as it is the speed of the runners. There are multiple passing techniques to choose from – from theRead more »

By Koichi Tagawa, March 28, 2014 A decade ago, representatives from Nokia, Royal Phillips Electronics (now NXP Semiconductors) and Sony got together to discuss an idea. Up until that time, each of us had been pursuing, in our own way,Read more »