Near field communication is a set of standards for smartphones and similar devices to establish radio communication with each other by touching them together or bringing them into close proximity, usually no more than a few centimetres.

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How can I use the built in NFC reader in my Sony VAIO laptop?

I know that there's a n NFC reader in my laptop (Sony VAIO SVF1531C5E). I'm trying to figure out how can I access it and use it. Any ideas? lspci output: richusx@Prometheus:~/Downloads$ lspci ...
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NFC tag scanning range

I've bought several NFC stickers (NTAG213) with a diameter of 25mm and build a simple scanning app for my android phone. I noticed that the tags have to be in direct contact or within a small distance ...
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NFC passive chip power consumption

I'm fairly new to programming and just recently started researching NFC technology. I have two devices that will both have an NFC controller chip. Device A will be in active mode, while Device B will ...
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How To Read NFC event?

I have an external NFC reader connected via usb to a Windows-7, with the drivers installed. It seems to work, as when I place a NFC card on the reader its led changes from red to green and the PC ...
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NFC Keyboard emulation on Windows 8.1

I have a DELL Venue tablet with NFC card, I would like to use this reader as keyboard emulation to get mifare tags content as string. Is it possible?
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nfc pn544 write tag's

I'm trying to write nfc tag's like you can with the libnfc software. The only problem is that my reader, the pn544 is not supported by libnfc. I installed NEARD but I can't write with that. Does ...
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Practical use for Laptop NFC

I have a computer with NFC and a Google Galaxy Nexus. Both support NFC. Unfortunately, Google has failed to come up with any way to use them, too much noise around the keyword nfc. Can I transfer ...
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Need Some help, Cann't Access NFC Card in SDK on windows 7

I have ACR122U reader and Mifare1k card, When I try sdk on windows 7 It's can't access the card, But XP It's can.(XP test in VMware) result in Mifare Programming(SDK Project) I can Initialize and ...
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What all hardwares can be used for NFC Pairing?

as we all know, there are NFC facility in mobile phones now-a-days. It works on the principle related to induction. Once the paring is made, data gets transferred via WiFi or Bluetooth. We might ...
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Possible to playback RFID card using NFC functionality on phone?

Sometimes I forget my RFID door access card at home when I go to work, and when this happens I must stay in the building for the rest of the day or have a friend let me in if I leave during the day ...
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Windows 8 proximity driver

I'm developing for Windows 8, and I have an SCL3711 NFC Card Reader. Windows detects it's regular driver and has installed it seamlessly, but it doesn't see it as a proximity device. I need to ...
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Tracking people with NFC/RFID

I recently read an article about a Texan student called Andrea Hernandez who refused "wearing" an RFID tracking tag at school. I became interested in the subject. Apart from any ...
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How much battery power does Near Field Communication require from a phone? [closed]

My new Samsung SGS3 is equipped with Near Field Communication, which allows the phone to read a unique RFID code wirelessly from a nearby physical tag. The tag doesn't have any power source. Does ...
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Issues installing/compiling mfcuk/libnfc on Windows

After many issues, I think I successfully installed/compiled libnfc using these instructions. Now I am trying to compile/install mfcuk. Once I get to the ./configure step I get the following error ...
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Bluetooth with NFC chip [closed]

What's the point of NFC chip included in new generation of bluetooth headsets? The ads seem to imply the phone will use it to simplify one-time initial pairing, but does it have any other function?