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Using Tag-it HF-I transponder for NFC vicinity apps

Posted: 15 Oct 2014     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Tag-it HF-I  transponders  NFC  TRF796x  microcontrollers 

Texas Instruments' Tag-it HF-I family of transponders and silicon (inlays, encapsulated devices, and wafers) consist of 13.56MHz high-frequency (HF) devices that are compliant with the ISO/IEC15693 and ISO/IEC18000-3 (Mode 1) global open standards.

The NFC Forum has specified the NFC data exchange format (NDEF) for using tag memory to store text, a uniform resource identifier (URI), or images (portable network graphics (PNG) or joint photographic experts group (JPEG) file types). This application report is intended to guide users and developers who are interested in also using them for NFC vicinity applications.

The Tag-it HF-I transponder inlay and silicon wafer offerings are well suited for a variety of applications including but not limited to: product authentication, library applications, supply chain management, asset management, and ticketing/stored value applications.

Texas Instruments TRF796x and TRF797x family of RFID/NFC reader/writer ICs coupled with any of the broad portfolio of Texas Instruments microcontrollers can be used with the above mentioned transponders, inlays, or transponder ICs to create complete RFID/NFC system.

View the PDF document for more information.

Originally published by Texas Instruments Inc. at as "Using Texas Instruments Tag-it HF-I Transponder Technology for NFC Vicinity Applications".

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