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Diameter 25MM Dry inlay MIFARE 1K NFC sticker for payment

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*Item: Diameter 25MM Dry inlay MIFARE 1K NFC sticker for payment
*Chip:  NXP MIFARE Classic 1K
*Memory: 1024bytes
*Protect: ISO/IEC 14443A
*Size: Diameter25MM,18MM,30MM, 38MM
*Thickness: 0.29MM
*Craft: QR Code, Serial number, UID number
*Print: Customized logo print or blank

nfc enabled devices and a person

What Are NFC Tags?

Near-field communication technology allows two devices to communicate wirelessly. The technology can be embedded in a small tag to facilitate data transfer between nearby mobile phones, laptops, tablets, and other electronics. NFC tags are often compared to RFID, but the two are different.

What is RIFD?

The RIFD technology (radio-frequency identification) is the predecessor of NFC. RFID tags are most commonly known from anti-theft systems attached to the more expensive products in stores. RIFD has been successfuly used to track inventory in a variety of sectors and industries, e.g., manufacturing, healthcare, automotive, or apparel — wherever there's a need to track items.

What is NFC?

NFC is part RFID (radio-frequency identification) and part Bluetooth. Unlike RFID, NFC tags work in close proximity, giving users more precision. NFC also doesn’t require manual device discovery and synchronization as Bluetooth Low Energy does. The biggest difference between RFID and NFC is the communication method.

RFID tags have only a one-way communication method, meaning an RFID-enabled item sends a signal to an RFID reader.

NFC devices have a one- and two-way communication capability, which gives the NFC technology an upper hand in use cases where transactions are dependent on data from two devices (e.g., card payments). Mobile wallets like Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Android Pay, and other contactless payment solutions are all powered by the NFC technology.

So in essence, RFID tags are great for inventory tracking and NFC tags work well for enhanced communication.

a diagram showing differences between rifd and nfc
a list of use cases for nfc-enabled smartphones

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