Webinar | High-performance universal NFC reader solution

Integrating NFC into your application: What you need to know

 
Watch this 1-hour webinar recording where we will show you how to overcome the most common design challenges in NFC integration to achieve optimal performance and fast time-to-market.

 

Near Field Communication (NFC) is a technology that uses magnetic field induction to enable contact-less data exchange between two compatible devices moved within close proximity to one another. While simple in concept, implementing a robust and high-performing NFC design can be daunting, as developers must first consider things like passing certifications, interoperability, shrinking size requirements, low power consumption, and development time.

In this session, we will start by exploring the most common NFC reader applications in today’s fast-growing NFC market. We will then discuss the principle design challenges faced by engineers, and how to resolve them using the ST25R3916 high-performance NFC universal reader.

This industry-leading device boasts a unique set of features including dynamic power output, automatic antenna tuning, noise supression receiver, and low power wake up, making it an ideal solution for robust and efficient designs over a wide range of consumer and industrial NFC applications. 

 
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Speaker

Dan Merino is a Staff Application Engineer supporting the RFID/NFC product portfolio at STMicroelectronics, a position he has held since 2016. He began his career in 1984 as a test technician for radar altimeters, military communications and threat simulators, and has since worked as a design engineer for drone landing systems and high power pulse modulators, and as an R&D design engineer for televisions and set top boxes. He began his Field Application career in 2005. In 2011, Dan joined ST as a field application engineer supporting the entire analog, MEMS and sensors portfolio, but specializing in RF products, including RFID. Dan is from Los Angeles, CA and graduated from California State University, Fullerton, with a Bachelor’s of Science in Engineering.