Near Field Closes In On Short-Range

Smith, Brad
September 2002
Wireless Week;9/30/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 35, p15
Trade Publication
Focuses on the plan of short-range wireless technology called Near Field Communication (NFC), by Royal Philips Electronics and Sony Corporation as of September 2002. Existing technologies competing with NFC; Information on the open standard design which Philips and Sony planned for NFC; Features of UWB, whose technology NFC might compete against.


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