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May 19, 2020 //By Rich Pell
NFC spec defines bidirectional exchange between phones, IoT devices
The NFC Forum, the global standards and advocacy association for Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, has announced new technical specifications defining bi-directional communication between smartphones and IoT devices.
streamed for a long time, such as Bluetooth audio streaming or the transfer of a photo between a digital camera or a smartphone over Wi-Fi.

Previously, negotiated handover was limited to a P2P connection. CH 1.5 can now use TNEP to allow an additional negotiated handover for a connection between a reader/writer and NFC tag device providing users more control over how they gather and share their information between devices, thereby increasing the security of paired connections.

The TNEP and CH 1.5 were published last year as Candidate Specifications and approved and adopted after a careful validation process, and are ready for implementation in the market, says the organization.

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