Frankie's booboo has a question!



My little Frankie dawg has a question! He wants to know what is that thing you put on my back! (Ouchy woo woo) not I get radar signals and my owner is paying for it by wiping the counter with my back!



Microchip?


NFC is similar to Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) but far more functional when incorporated in products or devices such as mobile phones. RFID is a usefulContactless (proximity) technology most of us use today but may not realize it or take for granted. Some common examples are:

  • Electronic Toll  Collection (i.e. TollTag) and public transit fare collection 
  • Access Control- building access cards, key tags or electronic keys 
  • Automobile key authentication (i.e. Automobile Immobilization Systems)
  • Household pet identification (veterinarian-placed ID tags/capsules)
  • Certain types of electronic credit and debit cards, Speedpass key tag

NFC can emulate RFID functionality, both as aTag (also referred to as a token or transponder) which is usually the mobile component used to provide unique identification information, and as a Reader  (or Interrogator) which is generally the fixed or stationary component used to read or identify tags. When NFC technology is incorporated into a device like a mobile phone that has a display, keypad, programmable memory and wireless Internet connection, the NFC mobile phone can emulate multiple tags, tokens or cards, as well as provide additional contactless functionality. Some functionality includes:

  • Electronic Toll  Collection (i.e. TollTag) and public transit fare collection 
  • Access Control- building access cards, key tags or electronic keys 
  • Automobile key authentication (i.e. Automobile Immobilization Systems)

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