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NFC may refer to any of the following things:

  • Nuclear Fuel Complex, Hyderabad, A division of Department of Atomic Energy.
  • The National Football Conference, one of the two constituent conferences of the U.S. National Football League (NFL)
  • The National Freight Corporation, a UK Government privatised road services and transport company
  • Near Field Communication, a short-range wireless technology
  • Nirvana Fan Club, the largest fan-made internet website for the 90's rock group Nirvana
  • Abbreviation for "NoFrigginClue.com", an Internet-based multi-player real-time trivia game
  • NFC can refer to one of the forms of Unicode normalization
  • NFC, News First Class, an Israeli Hebrew language news website.
  • Not from concentrate, type of orange juice commonly sold at stores.

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Nokia - NFC - RFID - All terms - Glossary (328 words)
NFC (Near Field Communication) is for very short range two-way wireless connectivity, and is a short-range radio frequency (RF) technology that allows a reader to read small amounts of data from other devices or tags when brought next to each other.
NFC is based on contactless and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) solutions, which consist of a tag and a reader.
NFC is different from other contactless or RFID technologies in that it has a very short operating distance and also allows two devices to interconnect.
France Télécom R&D Home page (1313 words)
Depending on the situation, the NFC phone can turn itself into a means of payment at the check-out, a pass to open a variety of access gates, as well as a means of garnering information about its immediate environment.
The specificity of NFC is that the communication is established at a distance of a few centimetres, or sometimes even on contact between two objects.
NFC is one of the large family of applications operating with "electronic tags", or RFID (Radio Frequency Identifier).
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