Questions tagged [nfc]

For questions about devices that use near-field communication for data transfer.

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NFC wand (or shield, or other) for Raspberry Pi

I am developing a system to register visitors. The visitors wear a wristband containing an NFC tag. In order to read the tag, I am currently using a cheap Samsung Android phone, with built in NFC ...
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Inexpensive NFC reader for (Windows & Linux) login

I see cheap NFC rings on eBay and elsewhere. I was wondering if there is a very cheap NFC reader which I could use to detect such a ring and use it as an HID keyboard (probably over USB) to input my ...
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Dual-interface JavaCard on wafer with ECDSA (and I2C)

I'm looking for a JavaCard model that supports dual-interface (ISO 7816+14443), with ECDSA acceleration and optionally I2C interface. Available in wafer for custom NFC antenna and flip-chipping. Do ...
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Thin Clients that support hardware authentication tokens (Smart Card, NFC etc)

we are looking to overhaul the hardware in use in our warehouse environment. I would like to go for thin clients, with a browser only interface (the only app these clients will be accessing is a web ...
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hands-free Android NFC reader

I am looking for an Android device with NFC reader capabilities, which must be rugged (professional outdoor use) and possibly leaving the operator with free hands. My first choice would be a ...
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Homemade NFC scanning antenna?

I have been reading about NFC and was wondering If it was possible to make a NFC scanner antenna to read NFC signals from a further distance. I do understand that the N in NFC stands for Near that's ...
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Apple security fob

I work with a software development team inside local government. Our team have developed an app for Apple IPhone 6 SE with Cordova that requires carers to "check-in" to client visits. Clients ...