• Posted Date: 06 October 2016
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Over the last few years, smartphones and tablets have shown an exponential growth. These mobile devices are having a big impact on our daily lives and they are in fact re-defining the way we communicate with each other. This is thanks to both the hardware and the specialized software that these devices are capable of running; in other words, their operating systems.

Android is a multi-platform, open source OS that dominates the mobile OS scene with an 80% market share in 2014. Combining Android OS capabilities with the new applications and use cases for NFC technology, results in an excellent opportunity for all the companies aiming at creating innovative NFC-enabled products.

This webinar introduces the main characteristics of the Android operating system. It focuses on NFC technology and the possibilities it offers for both the interaction of mobile devices with NFC-enabled infrastructure and the integration of Android OS on all kind of devices with NFC connectivity. You will learn about the NXP® products that best fit communication with NFC Readers based on the three NFC operating modes and the integration of Android in NFC-enabled goods.


What You'll Learn

NXP® products that best fit communication with NFC Readers based on the three NFC operating modes and the integration of Android in NFC-enabled goods.

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Course Outline

  • Android phone and Read / Write communication: NXP® Connected tags.
  • NXP demoboards and demonstration kits: what NXP demoboards and demo kits are and what can be used for.
  • Android-based NFC devices with NFC capability: PN7120.