NFC Tags

An NFC tag is a generic term used to describe a physical object that contains an NFC chip and an antenna and conforms to the NFC protocols. NFC tags are passive, meaning that they can not initiate a conversation with an NFC device. NFC tags do not have a battery or other power source; they harvest power from the NFC device. The features of an NFC tag are defined by the NFC chip type used in it.


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