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Wireless Connectivity


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With an NFC (near field communication) enabled mobile phone, you pay for concert or movie tickets at the box office simply by holding your phone next to the payment terminal.

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Near Field Communication

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NFC allows secure wireless communication between devices by just bringing them in each other’s vicinity. In this application example NFC provides secure payment for online-services via an NFC-enabled PC interface.

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Near Field Communication

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Short-range wireless communication systems will enable transmission of audio/video content between consumer devices or connectivity between bandwidth-hungry home applications and their sources at increasingly higher rates.

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Wireless Connectivity

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3G mobile technologies offer high-performance services and applications to mobile-phone users.

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3G mobile technology

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The optimal wireless standard solution depends on data-rate and the distance between involved devices. Although the picture is a snapshot of today's situation and may look different in the future, the heterogeneous mix of standards will remain.

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Wireless connectivity: measuring the performance of a dual-mode (GSM/UMTS) prototype.

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Measuring performance

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