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Audio speakers and headphones are becoming wireless, with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi as the most popular technologies. NFC is the fast and simple way to associate wireless devices, without creating conflicts. No menus, no waiting.

Duration
30 minutes

Session Description

Audio speakers and headphones are becoming wireless, with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi as the most popular technologies. NFC is the fast and simple way to associate wireless devices, without creating conflicts. No menus, no waiting.

The most advanced solution for NFC pairing is connecting two Bluetooth-enabled audio devices with just a tap, which creates a multi-speaker audio system, or even a ‘silent disco’ if you use two headphones.

Join us in this session to learn how you can develop your own NFC pairing solution for a wireless audio system, step by step. In this webinar we’ll use the PN71xx NFC controller’s family. Order your development kit (OM5578) to prototype your own audio device with NFC pairing capabilities!

Session audience

  • Technical level 1
    • Specialised Sales, Marketing and Business Development
    • FAE, Development Engineers, Technical Managers

System requirements

  • PC-based attendees
    Required: Windows® 10, 8, 7, Vista or XP
  • Mac®-based attendees
    Required: Mac OS® X 10.6 or newer
  • Mobile attendees
    Required: iPhone®, iPad®, Android™ phone or Android tablet

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DateFiles
23.05.2017

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