Near Field Communication is hot. In today's increasingly connected world, this simple, intuitive technology lets you interact securely with the world around you with a simple touch. NFC is available in hundreds of millions of smartphones, tablets, and other consumer electronics, with new devices arriving almost daily. We are convinced to see NFC everywhere very soon. This hub gives you technology insights as well as the latest news about NFC solutions from NXP.
With NFC being a specialized subset of RFID, also check out our dedicated RFID technology page.
When adding NFC to a system, there are three options to choose from: NFC frontends, which provide just the NFC function, NFC controllers, which combine the NFC frontend with a microcontroller, and NFC connected tag ICs, which are passive microchips used in smart NFC tags. We have released new products in all categories ushering in a new era in the evolution of NFC to bring intuitive proximity technology everywhere:
IoT solution made easy with NFC 1: NFC commissioning solution with the NTAG I²C plus kit for Arduino pinout
The newly released NTAG I²C plus kit for Arduino® pinout further simplifies the integration of NFC with many MCU families. This webinar series consists of two sessions. This one details how NFC overcomes the cumbersome network commissioning process.
How to develop NFC applications 3: NFC pairing for audio devices
Audio speakers and headphones are becoming wireless, with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi as the most popular technologies. NFC is the fast and simple way to associate wireless devices, without creating conflicts. No menus, no waiting.
How to develop NFC applications 1: Parametrization via NFC
30 min hands-on session on how-to integrate NFC into your application for configuration and parametrization, along the concrete implementation of a DIN rail demo.
How to develop NFC applications 2: Device-to-device communication via NFC
30 min hands-on session on how to integrate NFC for device-to-device communication, e.g. when you need to exchange data between devices which cannot be connected via a cable, as sealed, moving or rotating parts.
Discover the use of NFC in an industrial environment. Find application examples, source code and moreIndustrial NFC