NFC / RFID Test
Near Field Communication (NFC) standards cover communications protocols and data exchange formats, and are based on existing short range HF technologies working at 13.56 MHz. NFC Technology is already present in most popular electronic devices like smartphones, other devices may become NFC enabled soon. Studies say the adoption trend will continue and soon millions of individual will have at hand a NFC enabled device to interact to other NFC infrastructure devices (transport, retail, payment, entertainment, etc) and therefore access to new services. To guarantee a successful roll out, compliance and IOT must be granted. Some initiatives like NFC Forum have developed already technical specs and test specs that enable different developers to successfully test and certify their NFC devices.
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology provides the ability to track the placement and movement of objects. While RFID has been touted as the next evolution in consumer goods supply-chain management, new applications for this technology are quickly emerging.
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Evaluating Fluorescent Lighting Interference on Passive UHF RFID Systems
This paper highlights how the use of N934xC handheld spectrum analyzers are an effective way to determine if the effects of fluorescent lighting is impacting an RFID system
Notes d’application 2011-11-30