Near Field CommunicationTelecommunication Kacie Johnson Summer Bird Washington Farver Jonathan Wright Mike Muchane
Incorporated with… • Bluetooth: larger range for communication • Wi-Fi: larger amount of data • RFID: allows it to support a broader range of application
Bluetooth Allows our electronic devices to com-municate with one another without wires. Wi-Fi Allows for longer range and greater transfer speeds. Bluetooth and Wi-Fi
Radio Frequency Identification(RFID): • Is an automatic identification method, relying on storing and remotely retrieving data using devices called RFID tags or transponders. • Measures 0.15mm x .015mm and are thinner than a sheet of paper. • Has been around since the early 1920’s • Was used by the allies in World War II to identify airplanes and friend or foe. • RFID tags can be both Passive (one way) and Active (two-directional).
Current Usage of RFID • Pharmacies supply tags with label information stored inside • Animal identification • Replacement for barcode tags • Smart Key/Smart Start • Human implants
Near Field Communication • An easy-to-use short range wireless technology • Communication between devices when they're touched together, or brought within a few centimeters of each other • Standardized product • 13.65 megahertz • Range is approximately 0-20 cm (up to 8 in)
Sponsor Members • MasterCard International, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., Microsoft Corp., Nokia Corporation, NEC, Renesas Technology, Royal Philips Electronics, Samsung, Sony Corporation, Texas Instruments and Visa International.
NFC is interesting for us because it enables connections between mobile phones and real-world objects: bridging the gap between the real and the virtual Nokia 3220 NFC Shell