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2008-05-15 Omron adds security protocol to RFID reader/writer
Omron, in cooperation with Hitachi, has achieved compatibility between its V750 series UHF RFID reader/writer and Secure RFID Protocol.
2012-08-01 Team up targets high density memory for RFID readers
Ramtron and Module Technology's partnership will enhance Module Technology's standard RFID reader hardware geared for applications such as smart metering and industrial manufacturing
2006-02-21 Sirit introduces RFID reader module
Sirit introduced a high-frequency 13.56MHz reader module designed for use in cashless payments, secure transactions, access control, identify or product verification and item level tracking in supply chain apps
2006-05-01 RFID readers streamlined for embedded designs
SkyeTek has announced five new RFID reader products in its Advanced Universal Reader Architecture line
2009-09-01 Newport Digital boosts RFID in Taiwan
Newport Digital Technologies has tied up with Taiwan's III and ITRI to distribute their RFID devices
2007-10-04 IBM pushes for open RFID standards
IBM convinced RFID device manufacturers to implement the Eclipse open source device model, received certification that its WebSphere RFID Information Center is compliant with EPCIS standards, and is supporting a new Low Level Reader Protocol reader-interface standard
2009-08-04 ST, Stollmann drive NFC adoption in mobile apps
STMicroelectronics and Stollman E+V GmbH have signed a joint agreement to offer turnkey NFC interface solutions.
2015-05-14 Expanding IoT market necessitates NFC tag security update
NFC Forum has come up with a major update of its SRTD 2.0 spec for securing NFC transactions, which is moving beyond its use in smartphone financial transactions into a variety of wearable IoT devices.
2011-02-21 ZTE, NXP announce NFC availability in next-gen handsets
NXP has worked with ZTE to design in NFC for use through applications such as e-wallet, automotive keyless entry and ticketless transport.
2013-02-28 Contactless smart card follows ISO/IEC15693, ISO/IEC14443A
EM Microelectronic's EM4333 boasts a ISO/IEC14443A and ISO/IEC15693 compliant transponder and is designed to fulfil the specific needs of secure access control and public transportation
2004-12-16 Chipmakers still uncertain of plunge into NFC
No chipmaker aside from Philips Semiconductors has yet agreed to supply NFC chips.
2010-12-09 NXP, Google collaborate for Android NFC
NFC has been gaining momentum, and now NXP and Google have announced a partnership to integrate the short range wireless technology into handsets.
2014-04-21 IoT designs demand EDA to refocus on basic requirements
For EDA to support the rapidly growing IoT landscape, one industry expert suggests a return to verification, power management, and analogue/mixed signal designs.
2005-04-18 How safe is private data on cell?
The recent hacking of Paris Hilton's address book-stored on the TV celebrity's Sidekick II smart phone and backed up by T-Mobile's server-has raised questions in the engineering community about whether personal data is adequately protected in the current generation of cellular products.
2007-02-01 Ensure strong security in mobile transactions
Mobile handsets are being looked to increasingly act as transactional mechanisms. But before we reach that point of complete convergence, there is the issue of security that needs to be addressed first.
2013-06-17 Designing a BLE advertise-only beacon
Here are two reference designs for BLE sensor beacons that can be powered by a single 1.5V AAA or coin cell battery.
2007-08-01 Combine security, affordability in 802.11 systems
By implementing strong Layer 2 pre-802.11i, followed by IEEE 802.11i-compliant products, 3eTI has bridged the gap to provide FIPS 140-2, 802.11i and WPA2 for security, interoperability and affordability of its wireless products.
2012-06-27 Broadening NFC's scope of applications
Ensuring reliability, security and ease of use are essential goals for any near-field communications solution as consumer acceptance is at the heart of this technology's success.
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