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Near Field Communication

Bilginer, Bekir LU and Ljunggren, Paul-Luis LU (2011) EEM820 20111
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Abstract
Near Field Communication (NFC) is a form of wireless communication technology enabling data transfer by putting two devices close to each other. The main idea behind NFC is to integrate wireless payment and tag reading in mobile phones along with peer-to-peer communication. An example of the benefit with NFC peer-to-peer communication is that it gives the possibility to quickly set up a Bluetooth or a WLAN connection with a simple swipe. Wireless payment is made possible through the so called card emulation mode and will be used all over the world in a near future. This enables NFC devices to be used not only with the upcoming wireless payment terminals but also to replace contactless plastic cards used in the already established RFID... (More)
Near Field Communication (NFC) is a form of wireless communication technology enabling data transfer by putting two devices close to each other. The main idea behind NFC is to integrate wireless payment and tag reading in mobile phones along with peer-to-peer communication. An example of the benefit with NFC peer-to-peer communication is that it gives the possibility to quickly set up a Bluetooth or a WLAN connection with a simple swipe. Wireless payment is made possible through the so called card emulation mode and will be used all over the world in a near future. This enables NFC devices to be used not only with the upcoming wireless payment terminals but also to replace contactless plastic cards used in the already established RFID infrastructure. The main purpose of this master’s thesis is to assemble an RF measurement system for NFC. The report covers the basics of NFC together with the involved standards and presents test results from different NFC enabled devices. (Less)
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Bilginer, Bekir LU and Ljunggren, Paul-Luis LU
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EEM820 20111
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H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
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language
English
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2011-01
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2274992
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  abstract     = {Near Field Communication (NFC) is a form of wireless communication technology enabling data transfer by putting two devices close to each other. The main idea behind NFC is to integrate wireless payment and tag reading in mobile phones along with peer-to-peer communication. An example of the benefit with NFC peer-to-peer communication is that it gives the possibility to quickly set up a Bluetooth or a WLAN connection with a simple swipe. Wireless payment is made possible through the so called card emulation mode and will be used all over the world in a near future. This enables NFC devices to be used not only with the upcoming wireless payment terminals but also to replace contactless plastic cards used in the already established RFID infrastructure. The main purpose of this master’s thesis is to assemble an RF measurement system for NFC. The report covers the basics of NFC together with the involved standards and presents test results from different NFC enabled devices.},
  author       = {Bilginer, Bekir and Ljunggren, Paul-Luis},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Near Field Communication},
  year         = {2011},
}