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This book provides the technical essentials, state-of-the-art knowledge, business ecosystem and standards of Near Field Communication (NFC)by NFC Lab - Istanbul research centre which conducts intense research on NFC technology.

In this book, the authors present the contemporary research on all aspects of NFC, addressing related security aspects as well as information on various business models. In addition, the book provides comprehensive information a designer needs to design an NFC project, an analyzer needs to analyze requirements of a new NFC based system, and a programmer needs to implement an application. Furthermore, the authors introduce the technical and administrative issues related to NFC technology, standards, and global stakeholders. It also offers comprehensive information as well as use case studies for each NFC operating mode to give the usage idea behind each operating mode thoroughly. Examples of NFC application development are provided using Java technology, and security considerations are discussed in detail.

Key Features:

  • Offers a complete understanding of the NFC technology, including standards, technical essentials, operating modes, application development with Java, security and privacy, business ecosystem analysis
  • Provides analysis, design as well as development guidance for professionals from administrative and technical perspectives
  • Discusses methods, techniques and modelling support including UML are demonstrated with real cases
  • Contains case studies such as payment, ticketing, social networking and remote shopping

This book will be an invaluable guide for business and ecosystem analysts, project managers, mobile commerce consultants, system and application developers, mobile developers and practitioners. It will also be of interest to researchers, software engineers, computer scientists, information technology specialists including students and graduates.



Dr. Vedat Coskun, Isik University, Turkey Vedat Coskun received his MS degree from Naval Postgraduate School, U.S.A., and PhD degree from Yildiz Technical University both in Computer Science in 1990 and 1998, respectively.

Kerem Ok, Isik University, Turkey Kerem Ok received his MS degree from Isik University, Turkey and currently studying his PhD degree in Information Technology in Istanbul University.

Busra Ozdenizci, Isik University, Turkey Busra Ozdenizci received her BS double degree in Information Technology and Business Administration from Isik University, Turkey and currently studying her MS degree in Information Technology in the same University.



Auteur
Dr. Vedat Coskun, Isik University, Turkey Vedat Coskun received his MS degree from Naval Postgraduate School, U.S.A., and PhD degree from Yildiz Technical University both in Computer Science in 1990 and 1998, respectively.

Kerem Ok, Isik University, Turkey Kerem Ok received his MS degree from Isik University, Turkey and currently studying his PhD degree in Information Technology in Istanbul University.

Busra Ozdenizci, Isik University, Turkey Busra Ozdenizci received her BS double degree in Information Technology and Business Administration from Isik University, Turkey and currently studying her MS degree in Information Technology in the same University.



Contenu
Preface xv

Acknowledgments xxiii

List of Acronyms xxv

1 Executive Summary 1

1.1 Towards NFC Era 2

1.1.1 Ubiquitous Computing 2

1.1.2 Mobile Phones 3

1.1.3 Technological Motivation of NFC 4

1.1.4 Wireless Communication, RFID, and NFC 4

1.2 Evolution of NFC 4

1.2.1 Earlier Form of RFID: Barcode Technology 4

1.2.2 RFID Technology 5

1.2.3 Earlier Form of Smart Cards: Magnetic Stripe Cards 6

1.2.4 Smart Card Technology 6

1.2.5 NFC as a New Technology 7

1.3 NFC Essentials 7

1.3.1 Smart NFC Devices 8

1.3.2 Standardization of NFC Enabled Mobile Phones 8

1.3.3 General Architecture of NFC Enabled Mobile Phones 10

1.3.4 Near Field Communication Interface and Protocol (NFCIP) 11

1.4 NFC Operating Modes and Essentials 11

1.4.1 NFC Operating Modes 11

1.4.2 Reader/Writer Mode Essentials 12

1.4.3 Peer-to-Peer Mode Essentials 13

1.4.4 Card Emulation Mode Essentials 13

1.4.5 Case Studies 13

1.5 SE and Its Management 14

1.5.1 Over-the-Air Technology 15

1.5.2 GlobalPlatform Card Specification 15

1.5.3 Trusted Service Manager 16

1.5.4 UICC Management Models 16

1.5.5 Multiple SE Environments 16

1.6 NFC Application Development 17

1.6.1 JSR 257 18

1.6.2 JSR 177 18

1.7 NFC Security and Privacy 19

1.7.1 Why is Security Important? 19

1.7.2 Primary Goals of Security Measures 20

1.7.3 Vulnerability, Threat, Attack, and Risk 21

1.7.4 Security Tools and Mechanisms 21

1.7.5 NFC Security 22

1.7.6 Privacy, Legal, and Ethical Aspects 24

1.8 NFC Business Ecosystem 25

1.8.1 Stakeholders in NFC Ecosystem 27

1.8.2 Understanding NFC Business Models 28

1.8.3 Business Model Approaches 30

1.9 Usability in NFC 30

1.10 Benefits of NFC Applications 31

1.10.1 Future Scenarios on NFC 32

1.11 NFC Throughout the World 33

1.11.1 NFC Cities 33

1.11.2 NFC Trials and Projects 34

1.12 Status of Academic Research on NFC Literature 36

1.13 Chapter Summary 39

References 39

2 Towards NFC Era 41

2.1 Ubiquitous Computing and NFC 41

2.1.1 Ubiquitous Computing 41

2.1.2 New Communication Interface Alternative for Mobile Phones: NFC Technology 42

2.2 Mobile Phones 43

2.2.1 Features of a Mobile Phone 44

2.2.2 Mobile Phone Network 45

2.2.3 Mobile Phone Architecture 46

2.3 Wireless Communication as a Communication Media for NFC Technology 47

2.3.1 Wireless, Mobile, and Nomadic Communication 48

2.3.2 Wireless and Mobile Communication Technologies 48

2.4 RFID Technology 50

2.4.1 Earlier Form of RFID: Barcode Technology 51

2.4.2 Barcodes vs. RFID Tags 53

2.4.3 Essentials of RFID Technology 53

2.4.4 RFID Tags as Transponders 54

2.4.5 RFID Readers 55

2.4.6 Frequency Ranges 55

2.4.7 Operating Principles of RFID Technology 55

2.4.8 Near Field vs. Far Field Transmission 57

2.4.9 Common RFID Applications Throughout the World 58

2.5 Smart Card Technology 58

2.5.1 Earlier Form of Smart Card: Magnetic Stripe Cards 59

2.5.2 Evolution of Smart Cards 60

2.5.3 Types of Smart Cards: Capability Based Classification 60

2.5.4 Smart Card Operating System (SCOS) 61

2.5.5 Types of Smart Cards: Mechanism Based Classification 63

2.5.6 Smart Card Applications 67

2.6 Comparison between RFID Tags and Contactless Smart Cards 67

2.7 More on NFC 68

2.7.1 Inherent Security and Pairing Capability of NFC 70

2.8 Chapter Summary 70

Chapter Questions 71

References 71

3 NFC Essentials 73

3.1 Introduction to NFC 73

3.2 Standardization and Development Efforts of NFC Enabled Mobile Phones 76

3.2.1 NFC Forum 76

3.2.2 GlobalPlatform 79

3.2.3 GSM Association (GSMA) 80

3.2.4 International Organization for Standardization (ISO)/International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 80

3.2.5 ECMA International 81

3.2.6 ETSI and ETSI Smart Card Platform (ETSI SCP) 81

3.2.7 Java Community Process (JCP) 81

3.2.8 Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) 81

3.2.9 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) 82

3.2.10 EMVCo 82

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Informations sur le produit

Titre: Near Field Communication (NFC)
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9781119965787
ISBN: 978-1-119-96578-7
Protection contre la copie numérique: Adobe DRM
Format: eBook (pdf)
Editeur: Wiley
Genre: Électronique, électrotechnique, technologie des communications
nombre de pages: 416
Parution: 28.12.2011
Année: 2011
Auflage: 2. Aufl.
Sous-titre: Englisch
Taille de fichier: 24.2 MB