NFC sticker


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NFC sticker

(Near Field Communication sticker) A stand-alone NFC tag that is pasted onto a surface. An NFC tag comprises a chip and antenna. See NFC tag and NFC.


Inside the Tag
The circular lines in this Type 2 tag from Technocel comprise the aluminum antenna. The black object (arrows) is an RFID chip that holds 144 bytes of data, which are written into the chip from a smartphone app. See NFC tag.
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The Tag On feature allows mutual content sharing and mirroring by simply "tagging" the smartphone to an NFC sticker provided with the TV.
Thus, a blind user will be able to hear what's written on the label of a medicine bottle that has a NFC sticker on it, said Zilberman,
ICICI Bank's pilot projects are within corporate offices and educational campuses where students can use NFC stickers for contactless payments.
Consumers are given NFC stickers, which are then linked into their mobile wallet, and as a result they are able to make tap-and-pay transactions.
Most of the mobile phones coming to the market are now NFC enabled, however, in countries where smart phone penetration is still low, solutions such as NFC stickers and MicroSD can operate as a technology bridge to enable any feature phones to turn into an NFC one.
Or, after some programming setup, you can log onto your SpectreOne just by tapping your phone to it an ordinary phone to which you've attached one of the two included NFC stickers. Some models of these three computers incorporate a solid-state drive (SSD), a chunk of superfast flash memory.
For example, Near Field Communication or NFC stickers are now being used for mobile payments which convert any phone into a credit card through technology that helps it communicate wirelessly and securely with payment terminals.