Length: 2 Days
NFC Training: Near Field Communication (NFC) Training
NFC training, Near field communication (NFC) is based on existing radio-frequency identification (RFID) standards including ISO/IEC 14443. NFC Training cover communications protocols and data exchange formats. Learn similarities between NFC, Bluetooth, and Bluetooth Low Energy (LE).
Near Field Communication (NFC) technology creates capabilities for consumers with simple transactions, exchange digital content, and connect electronic devices. The NFC connection is made through magnetic coupling, creating the electronic field between the devices themselves.
NFC was developed to address the contactless standards dilemma. NFC is a technology standard that harmonizes and extends existing contactless standards. By integrating NFC, devices can support and interoperate with existing contactless card applications and infrastructures such as access control, payment, and transport.
NFC technology uses a short-range, low power wireless link evolved from radio-frequency identification (RFID) tech that can transfer small amounts of data between two devices held a few centimeters from each other.
Unlike Bluetooth, no pairing code is needed, and because it’s very low power, no battery in the device being read.
Passive NFC ‘tags’ on posters, in shops and on trains could contain a web address, a discount voucher, a map or a bus timetable that passers-by could touch their phones on to receive – or to instantly pay for absolutely anything.
NFC training introduces NFC capabilities, applications, best practices, infrastructures and platforms to market to the smartphone and consumer electronics. Learn about concepts and the terminology used in NFC technology including NFC major hardware, software and network components needed for any NFC system. Learn how NFC components and how they work together to deliver an integrated NFC based product and solution. Learn about NFC operating passive and active communications modes.
Learn how to build secured NFC-based mobile apps, games, utilities and programs. You will learn how to build an actual NFC application and campaign using tags, readers and a simple NFC content management systems. You will learn how to work with tags including: initializing the tags, creating smart posters, and managing content.
Who Should Attend
Engineers and non-engineering professionals from consumer electronics (CE) and mobile device manufacturers, semiconductor companies network operators, developers, service companies, and financial institutions.
After completing this course, the student will be able to:
- Describe what NFC is
- Describe the use of NFC
- List the requirements and capabilities of NFC
- Describe the key concepts in NFC
- Explain NFC interworking with RFID, Bluetooth and Zigbee
- Explain the architecture of NFC
- List steps for NFC connection setup
- List NFC operational procedures
- Describe various ways to support NFC in mobile apps and mobile devices
- Identify the planning aspects of deploying NFC in your application and device
What is NFC?
- Principles behind Near Field Communications (NFC)
- Key Benefits of NFC
- NFC as a contactless, Wi-Fi-lite style tech
- NFC vs. RFID
- NFC vs. Bluetooth
- NFC applications and usage
- The NFC Eco-System Development
- NFC as a Business Driver
- NFC as Technology Enabler
- A standards-based connectivity technology
- NFC Solutions
- Access control
- Consumer electronics
- Information collection and exchange
- Loyalty and coupons
Example of NFC Applications
- How does NFC work?
- NFC openness and standards-based: ISO, ECMA, and ETSI standards
- NFC security
- NFC Interoperability
- NFC-enabled devices
- Trusted Service Managers (TSM)
- What’s in Your (NFC) Wallet?
- Moving NFC Beyond Payments
- NFC on mobile marketing campaigns
- Create ya simple NFC solution
- NFC Developers Kit
- Contactless USB reader, writer
- Mobile Contactless Tags
- Software to initialize, read, and write tags
- Hardware, Firmware
- Gingerbread NFC reader/writer API
- NFC Design, Development, Deployment and Management Overview
- NFC Products, Tools, Services, and Stakeholders
- NFC Elements: Tags, cards, wristbands, phones, reader/writers, and point of sale devices
- Overview of a NFC marketing Campaign
- Loyalty, Coupons
- Google and Groupon
NFC Technical Specifications and Protocols
- Protocol Technical Specifications
- Logical Link Control Protocol
- NFC Digital Protocol Technical Specification
- NFC Activity Technical Specification
- NFC Analog Technical Specification
- NFC Controller Interface (NCI) Technical Specification
- Data Exchange Format Technical Specification
- NFC Data Exchange Format (NDEF)
- NFC Simple NDEF Exchange Protocol
- NFC Forum Tag Type Technical Specifications
- NFC Forum Type 1 Tag Operation
- NFC Forum Type 2 Tag Operation
- NFC Forum Type 3 Tag Operation
- NFC Forum Type 4 Tag Operation
- Record Type Definition Technical Specifications
- NFC Record Type Definition (RTD)
- NFC Text Record Type Definition
- NFC URI Record Type Definition
- Smart Poster Record Type Definition
- NFC Signature Record Type Definition
- Reference Application Technical Specifications
- NFC Connection Handover
- NFC Security
Mobile Payments Use Cases
- NFC Mobile Payment basics
- NFC UICC Requirements Specification
- Primary NFC Mobile Payments Ecosystem Players
- GlobalPlatform’s UICC Configuration
- European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)
- GSM Association
- Mobey Forum
- mobile network operators
- payment systems
- public transport operators
- GlobalPlatform and ETSI specifications UICC platform
- StoLPaN StoLPaN
- Mobile Payments Hardware Solutions
- Secure Element (SE)
- Why Secure Element
- Cryptographic processing.
- Device-based Secure Element
- Google Wallet
- Softcard (previously Isis)
- UICC SE Versus Handset-embedded SE
- Removable NFC Using SD Cards