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What Is the Main Communications Protocol for Near Field Communication Systems?

Posted By RFID Journal, 05.07.2015

I need a 13.56 MHz Mifare RFID card with a read-write module that would meet the ISO 14443A, ISO 10536 and ISO 7816 standards. Are these specs for an NFC system that can read mobile payments?

—Lior

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Lior,

ISO 14443 is the main communications protocol for Near Field Communication (NFC) solutions. ISO 10536 is not used anymore and ISO 7816 is for contact cards, so it is not related to NFC technology (at least, not to my knowledge).

—Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal

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