NFC label is part of RFID and operates in the 13.56 Mhz frequency. It communicates between a mobile phone with wireless technology & media content. NFC label stands for Near Field Communication label .

NFC labels are programmed with just about any sort of information and then plopped into almost any product, letting you read them with a smartphone or another NFC-capable device.
The labels can carry more data than barcodes, URLS or QR codes. They are more secure, can be password protected, and tracked to a specific person/account.
Those using the NFC labels are brand owners, retailers, small businesses, telecom operators, games, transport companies, museums, venue owners, and entertainment providers.
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Examples of application

  • Physical access
  • Logical access
  • Public transport
  • e-ticketing
  • Smart posters
  • e-purse systems
  • Loyalty schemes

Based on specific customer requests, our antenna design allows us to position an antenna on the sheet layout along the embedding of contact chip module without any interference from the RFID antenna. This is what we call the hybrid card, which combines contactless and contact chip technology into one card.

Examples of application

    • Physical access
    • Logical access
    • Public transport
    • City card
    • Student card
    • e-purse systems
NFC Tag

Available chip technologies

Manufacturer 13.56 MHz
NXP MIFARE Ultralight®, MIFARE Ultralight® C, MIFARE Ultralight® EV1, MIFARE® Mini, MIFARE® Classic, MIFARE® Classic EV1, MIFARE® DESFire® EV1, MIFARE® DESFire® EV2, MIFARE Plus®
NTAG213, NTAG216
LEGIC® Advant: ATC2048, ATC 4096

Other ICs are available upon request.

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