Near-field communication is a short-range but more capable wireless connectivity technology for communication between two electronic devices over a short distance.
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NFC is like RFID but it works for maximum range upto 4 inches. NFC tags or also called as smart tags are formatted so it can be used with NFC systems. These are more of a chip that is used to perform actions in the mobile apps.
It is quite common now to send files from one device to another. Just open the file, place both devices together and send. In mobiles NFC is commonly used as a data sharing tool and payment method.
Most of the smart phones now have NFC feature which can be used for Tap & Pay. NFC-enabled payment reader is used for the contactless payments which is done instantly on single tap.
There are two main types of NFC devices
The Passive Devices has no power source and it connects with the active devices. The initiator device provides a carrier field and the target device, acting as a transponder, communicates by modulating the incident field. In this mode, the target device may draw its operating power from the initiator-provided magnetic field.
The Active Devices has power source and it can send and receive data by switching itself to active as well as passive state. Both initiator and target device communicate by alternately generating their own fields. A device stops transmitting in order to receive data from the other. This mode requires that both devices include power supplies.