The global Near Field Communications (NFC) market is growing rapidly. In fact, in 2011 alone, 30 million NFC-equipped handsets shipped worldwide. Championed by mobile phone handset manufactures, the integration of NFC into phones allows for many new, exciting applications. These applications include using a mobile phone to make payments at the
cash register and wirelessly transfering paperless receipts to your phone after a purchase. Not limited to phones, NFC technology is being integrated in security access and control systems, used for peer-to-peer file sharing applications, transit transportation payment systems, point of sale terminals and credential storage and exchange (such as electronics business cards).

One of the major challenges of integrating NFC into a product´s system is having confidence the antenna will meet the requirements of the NFC standard required. As an antenna supplier, it is critical to understand these standards. When integrating an antenna, size, shape, and material selection is critical to the design-in process. Pulse offers experience in understanding these requirements and testing to the standards to ensure compliance.

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If you are looking to partner with an antenna supplier to make your products compliant with NFC standards, from
ISO 14443B specifications to NFC-Forum Type 4 Tag compliance, let Pulse be your first choice!