What is NFC?
NFC stands for Near Field Communication, used to refer a short range wireless technology. NFC requires a distance of about 4cm or less to establish a connection. It helps you in sharing small data from a NFC tag and an android device or even can be used between two android devices.
NFC android devices mainly performs three main operations, which are
> Helps in reading and writing passive NFC tags.
> Allows data exchange with the other NFC devices.
> It can help in making the NFC device a NFC card.
Technobezz Explains NFC
NFC or Near field communication is used to establish a connection between two compatible devices, within a short range, to exchange data between them. Where one works as the transmitter and the other becomes the receiver.
> NFC devices can be defined as active or passive depending on how they are working.
> Active NFC devices includes Smartphone’s, etc., which can send and receive data and are able to communicate with the similar type of devices as well as the passive ones.
> Passive NFC devices consists of tags, transmitters (small ones), which can only send the data and doesn’t require a power source of them.