Huaqiang Getsmart Technology (zhuhai) Co., Ltd.
Huaqiang Getsmart Technology (zhuhai) Co., Ltd.
Guangdong, China
New Products NFC mobile socket Tag
Social media Sharing Sublimation NFC socket holder for phone cover NFC Grip Holder is an special grip holder tag combined with NFC chip inside. Now you can use this tag to attach the phone, and share social media and contact profiles
New Products Custom Print Carbon Fiber Digital smart business NFC card
High Quality Custom Print Carbon Fiber Digital smart business NFC card is made from genuine Carbon Fiber, these cards will impress. Ultra-light weight but stronger than steel, Carbon Fiber is the new medium of choice for everything from race cars to commercial airplanes. Capture attention with one of the most recent and innovative mediums.
Tutorial GuideNFC EXTENDERS HELPS EXTEND YOUR NFC REACH
NFC Antenna Extenders NFC is getting more and more used in today's life; However since NFC is near field communication, In many applications that use NFC it is not always convenient to tap against a built-in NFC antenna, especially where the antenna is on the back of a tablet or smartphone. Many consumers are annoyed by this too short reading distance, some even needs to touch, or hardly to find the touch point. We provide solutions that enhance the usability of NFC in a number of different application areas. For example, some clients have wanted to expand the active area of a commercial USB NFC unit, whilst others want to make the "tap" point more accessible. Get in touch with us to discuss your application and see if we can help
Knowledge Center HOW DOES NFC WORK?
HOW DOES NFC WORK? At its core, all NFC is doing is identifying us, and our bank account, to a computer. The technology is simple. It's a short-range, low power wireless link evolved from radio-frequency identification (RFID) tech that can transfer small amounts of data between two devices held a few centimeters from each other. Unlike Bluetooth, no pairing code is needed, and because it's very low power, no battery in the device being read. By tapping your phone on a contactless payment terminal in a shop, train station or coffee shop is able to identify your account (and even your personal preferences, shopping habits and even your most frequently travelled route home) and takes payment through an app on your phone. Passive NFC 'tags' on posters, in shops and on trains could contain a web address, a discount voucher, a map or a bus timetable that passers-by could touch their phones on to receive – or to instantly pay for absolutely anything. "The SIM card in your mobile phone is a smart card identifying your account to the network," says John Elliott, Head of Public Sector at Consult Hyperion, who's worked on the Oyster Card. "On NFC phones, the SIM is being extended to act as the Secure Element that can hold other apps such as payment cards."