First introduction to NFC: the origins and basics, and the new scenarios that the technology opens in the contactless applications domain. Standards, modes of operation and communication protocols. NXP product portfolio for NFC readers. Overview of the new use cases and applications which are unfolding.
- 1 hour
Near Field Communication technology opens new business opportunities in a very large number of application areas. Payments, access control, secure identification, gaming and entertainment, social interaction, advertising, shopping experience, are just a few examples.
This is the new 2015 updated issue of this successful webinar we already delivered in 2014, we incorporate a larger section on the NXP product range and the plan for additional product, technical and application related webinars for 2015
We provide in this webinar a first introduction to NFC on the following topics:
- The origins and basics of NFC, and the new scenarios that the technology opens in the contactless applications domain.
- Standards, modes of operation and communication protocols.
- NXP product portfolio for NFC readers.
Support webinars plan for 2015.
- Overview of the new use cases and applications which are unfolding.
- NFC Basics
NFC origins and principles, From traditional to new NFC-enabled use cases, NFC market adoption.
- NFC Technology
NFC RF interface standardization, Read/Write, Peer-to-Peer and Card emulation operation modes, Passive and Active communication modes and the related NFC Forum specs.
- NXP Product Portfolio
Quick overview of NFC Frontends (PN512, PN5180, CLRC663 family, MFRC523, MFR522), NFC Controllers (PR601, PN7120) and Connected NFC tags (NTAG F, NTAG I2C)
- NXP Support
Quick overview on the Hardware and Software tools to speed up NFC application development
- Webinars 2015
Review of webinars for 2015
- General Introduction level
- Sales, Marketing, Business Development
- FAEs, Development Engineers, Technical Managers
- PC-based attendees
Required: Windows® 8, 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server
- Mac®-based attendees
Required: Mac OS® X 10.6 or newer
- Mobile attendees
Required: iPhone®, iPad®, Android™ phone or Android tablet
Links to materials presented and recorded sessions