Loyola University Maryland Computer Science Near Field Communication Research

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NEAR FIELD COMMUNICATION

Introduction
The introduction of the paper needs to be written in paragraph form. It should
highlight a brief description of Near Field Communication.

What Is NFC
This section should give a detailed description of NFC and how it works
Tags for NFC
This section should describe the NFC tags, several types of tags, and how they operate
NFC operation modes
This section highlights the modes of operation of the devices in this technology as
highlighted in ISO
Communication modes of NFC
This section highlights the mode of communication of the NFC devices and technology
Solution Types
This section highlights how NFC is used in solving some problems in the technology world.
NFC security
This section highlights the risks and vulnerabilities and some of the security measures put
in place for NFC technology.
Use of NFC Technology
This section highlights how NFC has been applied in society.
Conclusion
The conclusion of the paper needs to be written in paragraph form. IT should be a
summary of the whole paper on NFC technology

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References
ED,. (2019). “History.” Retrieved from http://www.nfcnearfieldcommunication.org/history.
Proehl G., (2015). “An Introduction to Near Field Communications.” Retrieved from
https://www.mouser.in/applications/rfid-nfc
Want, R. (2011). Near-field communication. IEEE Pervasive Computing, 10(3), 4-7.
Haselsteiner, E., & Breitfuß, K. (2006, July). Security in near-field communication (NFC). In Workshop on
RFID Security (Vol. 517, No. 517, p. 517). sn.

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NEAR FIELD COMMUNICATION

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NEAR FIELD COMMUNICATION

NEAR FIELD COMMUNICATION
INTRODUCTION
NFC (Near Field Communication) refers to a short-range radio technology that enables
transactions/communication among devices such as smartphones, tablets, payment cards, and
other devices is also designed to support Radio Frequency Identification transactions including
ticketing systems. Near Field Communication started in the early 1980s as Radio Frequency
Identification (RFID). Sony and NXP Semiconductors companies went ahead and invented the
new NFC technology in 2002. This technology was initially inspired by RFID. (ED, 2019).
During the transaction process, one device can be inactive but it draws power from the
active device inductively. The main goal of the NFC technology on phones is contactless
payments and ticketing. NFC technology in credit cards has been widely used in places like
Japan for a long period. However, it has also started to be common in other parts of the world.
This technology has been used on vending machines, public transport, and convenience stores.
With NFC technology, simply having two devices put into contact will establish a connection
between them via protocols such as Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.
WHAT IS NFC.
This technology utilizes a base frequency of 13. 56MHz.The range within which the
devices communicate with NFC technology can be up to 3 inches. This communication depends
on the design of the antenna and the kind of protocol that has been utilized. Presently, with the
standards of NFC, it supports data broadcast rates up to 424kbit/communication between devices
in NFC has the same mechanism as the traditional ...


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