Near Field Communications Handbook by Syed A. Ahson, Mohammad Ilyas
By Syed A. Ahson, Mohammad Ilyas
From easy ideas to investigate grade fabric and destiny instructions, the Near box Communications Handbook presents accomplished technical insurance of this speedily rising box. jogging readers via rising purposes, it deals a glimpse at a destiny within which close to box communique (NFC) expertise is totally built-in into way of life.
Containing state-of-the-art contributions from 50 specialists from all over the world, the ebook covers the variety of themes regarding NFC. It starts off with an outline of the fundamentals in electronic, biometric, and cellular identification and safety. subsequent, it stories NFC functions with an all-in-one equipment and offers certain instructions for designing NFC functions with excessive degrees of attractiveness in purchaser markets.
- Investigates the position of NFC within the improvement of pervasive universities and ubiquitous cities
- Examines privacy-preserving receipt administration with NFC phones—proposing a policy-based process for coping with consumer transaction background
- Considers the empirically grounded layout of a foodstuff monitoring process for sufferers with consuming disorders
- Compares the functionality of 4 conventional cellular money carrier techniques
The instruction manual comprises assurance of the StoLPAN Consortium and its contribution to growth, in addition to using RFID/NFC for pervasive severe video games. taking pictures the cutting-edge in NFC know-how, this reference provide you with prepared entry to the knowledge required to improve the sphere. Its well-illustrated and arranged constitution additionally makes it appropriate as a textual content for graduate-level and research-oriented classes facing NFC.
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Often, NFC is discussed for payment application. Even if the transferred amount of such payments is small for a single transaction, an automated attack after successful eavesdropping of transaction secrets may cause considerable damage. 42 M a r tin F el d h o f er a n d M a n f red A i g ner Security Flaws in Existing Products Already today, RFID tags are used in critical security applications. In accordance with our suggestion, most of these applications rely on proprietary cryptographic solutions.
3. Near field communication forum. org. 4. Consumer fraud and identity theft complaint data, January-December, 2005. pdf, 2006. 5. Ana I. Anton. Testimony before the House Committee on Ways and Means subcommittee on protecting the privacy of social security number from identity theft. US Public Policy Committee of the Association for Computing Machinery, 1:1–19, June 2007. 6. Abhilasha Bhargav-Spantzel, Anna C. Squicciarini, Matthew Young, and Elisa Bertino. Privacy requirements in identity management solutions.
NFC allows communication of both kinds of protocol types. This chapter discusses protection of the communication between NFC devices and low-cost RFID tags. Current sales figures for this kind of tag lead us to the assumption that in the near future objects with such tags will be common. In general, RFID is a means of automatically capturing data from objects. The technology is relatively old, with its first uses in military applications in the 1940s. A massive growth in the industry started in the late 1990s with the possibility of fabricating low-cost RFID tags in high volume.