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NFC Tag Type Specification



A. NFC Introduction
The NFC Forum is an industry consortium to further develop and improve the Near Field Communication (UFC) techology. NFC is a new short range wireless connectivity techhology that evolved from a combination of existing contactless identification and interconnection techologies. NFC enables intuitive and easy to use consumer devices interactions.
Based on NFC th NFC Forum has created the NFC Date Exchange Format (NDEF) and the NFC Forum Type Tag Operation. NDEF is a data format to encapsulate and identify application data hat is exchanged between NFC enabled devices. Atype of such device is the NFC Forum Type Tag. The Type Tags are contactless cards based on currently available products capable to store NDEF formatted data.
NDEF and the NFC Forum Type tag Operation allow New Kind of touch based applications:
>>Access control
>>Parking meters
>>Movie theater
>>Transit ticketing
>>Bus timetable
>>Tourist spots
>>Payment
>>Guide system
>>Smart Poster
>>School
>>Medicines
>>Electronic business cards
>>Fast data transfers
>>Map information
Such application can be implemented using already available in the market NFC enabled tag products: Mifare Ultralight, Mifare Ultralight C, Mifare DESFire, SmartMX, Innovision Topaz, and Sony FeliCa.
NFC Type Tags include Type 1 Tag, Type 2 Tag, Type 3 Tag, Type 4 Tag.
B. NFC Specification
>>Operating frequency: 13.56MHz
>>Operating Distance is less than 10cm
>>Data Rate upto106kbps, 212kbps and 424kbps,
maybe 848kbps or more in the future
>>Both Read and Write Technology
>>Follow Oprfid standard:
ISO14443A/B, ISO18092, ISO21481,
ECMA340, 352, 356, ETSC
>>Combine with NXP MiFare, Sony Felica
>>Support 4 Tag Types
NFC Forum Type Tags
NFC Specification
C. NFC Tag Specification
Product name: NFC Tag with self-adhesion
Surface: Glossy or matte
Color: White
Size: 46x31x1.2mm
Frequency: 13.56MHz
Reading distance: up to 10cm
Working temp: -25℃ to 50℃
Storage temp: -25℃ to 50℃
Weight per tag:1.5g
NFC Tag with self-adhesion
Stick NFC Tag inside back side of phone
Stick NFC Tag inside back side of phone
 
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        The NFC tag is a passive device with no power of its own. Accordingly when one is used, the users touches an NFC enabled device onto the tag. A small amount of power is taken by the NFC tag from the reader/writer to power the tag electronics. The tag is then enabled to transfer a small amount of information to the reader/writer. The data stored in the tag memory is transferred to the NFC enabled device. Although normally only a small amount of data, this may be used to direct the device to a website URL, it may be a small amount of text or other data.