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    TI opens NFC wearable design challenge

    June 11th, 2015

    Semiconductor maker Texas Instruments is running an NFC wearable design challenge, inviting developers to use its RF430FRL15xH NFC sensor transponder to create wearable health and fitness applications. “Developers can log on to the TI E2E Launch Your Design Portal and submit product and design ideas that utilize TI’s fully programmable NFC sensor transponder,” the company says.

    TI offers NFC sensors

    December 12th, 2014

    Texas Instruments has introduced an integrated NFC sensor transponder that combines an ISO 15693 compliant NFC interface with a programmable microcontroller, non-volatile FRAM, an analog-to-digital converter and SPI and I2C interface. Aimed at industrial, medical, wearables and internet of things (IoT) applications, the RF430FRL15xH will enable developers to “design products that require an analog or digital interface, data-logging capabilities and data transfers to an NFC-enabled reader.”

    Silicon Craft unveils NFC smart poster with multiple touchpoints

    May 29th, 2014

    Thailand-based technology provider Silicon Craft Technology (SCT) has shown off a low-cost interactive poster that contains multiple touchpoints, enabling one NFC interface to be used to provide consumers with a range of content, coupons and… More

    New Mini gets NFC key cap option

    March 5th, 2014

    Buyers of the new Mini F56 will be able to customize the design of their car key by choosing an official aftermarket ‘key cap’ that supports NFC and will be available from Mini dealers worldwide…. More

    Passive NFC chip can power lights and sounds

    November 20th, 2013

    Thailand-based NFC designer Silicon Craft Technology has developed a passive NFC transponder chip aimed at the toy, advertising and souvenir markets that harvests energy provided by an NFC interaction and uses it to power sounds… More

    Neology adds NFC to toll transponders

    May 16th, 2013

    RFID solutions provider Neology has added NFC to its UHF transponders, used in road toll payment applications, enabling consumers to use a phone-based mobile wallet to pay a toll or top up their account balance… More

    Avnet to offer Identive NFC lines

    May 15th, 2013

    Electronic components distributor Avnet is adding NFC and RFID readers, modules and tags made by Identive to its product range. “Having Identive on our line card enables us to offer customers more integrated module options, along with a vertically integrated transponder offering,” says Avnet’s Alex Iuorio.