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{{ListFeaturedArticles}}Near Field Communication, more commonly referred to by its acronym of NFC, is a very short-range radio technology. It enables communication between an NFC reader and NFC tag when they are typically closer than 4cm from one another.  
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Near Field Communication, more commonly referred to by its acronym of NFC, is a very short-range radio technology. It enables communication between an NFC reader and NFC tag when they are typically closer than 4cm from one another.  
  
This category page provides links to wiki topics about NFC technology and related development tools and development technology offered by Nokia. For an overview of NFC information on the wiki and this site see [[About NFC]]. A complete introduction, more details about the technology and its support by Nokia are available in the [http://www.developer.nokia.com/info/sw.nokia.com/id/bdaa4a0f-fcf3-4a4b-b800-c664387d6894/Introduction_to_NFC.html Introduction to NFC document].
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This category page provides links to wiki topics about NFC technology and related development tools and development technology offered by Nokia. For an overview of NFC information on the wiki and this site see [[About NFC]]. Other site and community resource are available on the main [http://www.developer.nokia.com/Develop/NFC/ NFC site entry point], including the more complete overview [http://www.developer.nokia.com/info/sw.nokia.com/id/bdaa4a0f-fcf3-4a4b-b800-c664387d6894/Introduction_to_NFC.html Introduction to NFC].
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For general principles and "getting started" wiki topics see:
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== Subcategories and Portals==
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* [[:Category:NFC on Windows Phone|Windows Phone]]  ({{#ARTICLECOUNTBYCATEGORY:NFC_on_Windows_Phone}})
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* [[Portal:Qt NFC Articles|Qt]]  ({{#ARTICLECOUNTBYCATEGORY:Qt,Near_Field_Communication_(NFC)}})
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* [[Portal:Symbian C++ NFC Articles|Symbian C++]]  ({{#ARTICLECOUNTBYCATEGORY:Symbian_C++,Near_Field_Communication_(NFC)}})
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See Also

Near Field Communication, more commonly referred to by its acronym of NFC, is a very short-range radio technology. It enables communication between an NFC reader and NFC tag when they are typically closer than 4cm from one another.

This category page provides links to wiki topics about NFC technology and related development tools and development technology offered by Nokia. For an overview of NFC information on the wiki and this site see About NFC. Other site and community resource are available on the main NFC site entry point, including the more complete overview Introduction to NFC.

For general principles and "getting started" wiki topics see:

Subcategories and Portals



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