Near Field Communication at glance
What is NFC?
NFC or Near Field Communication is a set of standards or protocols to communicate between two devices by either touching or bringing into close proximity (less than 4 cm).
The communicating protocols of such devices are based on RFID Standards, including ISO 14443. These standards are defined and extended by the NFC Forum, which was founded on 2004 by some major companies such as Sony, Nokia, Philips, Samsung, etc.