Audio speakers and headphones are becoming wireless, with Bluetooth® and WiFi as the most popular technology. This requires that smartphone is paired with the audio devices to enable the connection, and NFC is the most simple and reliable solution for this. Tap your phone to a Bluetooth speaker or headphone, and the two are securely paired automatically, without searching for a connection or typing a code. NFC is also the perfect solution for easy pairing wireless speakers together and creates a multi-speakers audio system, pairing 2 Bluetooth headphones together and building a ‘silent disco’, or pairing a Bluetooth microphone or add-on speaker to the main unit of an A&V conferencing system
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|NTAG® I²C plus|
|NTAG® I2C plus: NFC Forum Type 2 Tag with I2C interface for home and consumer applications||For battery-powered device. Pairing to phone and advanced use cases.|
|PN7150: High-performance NFC controller with integrated firmware for home automation applications||For any device in OS environment. Pairing between audio devices.|
|NTAG®213F, NTAG216F: NFC Forum Type 2 Tag compliant IC with 144/888 bytes user memory and field detection for Pairing||For battery-powered device. Pairing to phone.|