Children's shoes who have bought speakers will certainly find that many speakers now mark that they have NFC function, but what does NFC mean? I'm afraid not many people know. In fact, NFC is no longer a new term, and most mainstream smartphones on the market now have this feature. What exactly is NFC? How to use NFC? What can speakers do with NFC?
NFC is a near field communication technology, jointly developed by Philips Semiconductors (now NXP Semiconductors), Nokia and Sony, and its foundation is RFID and interconnection technology. NFC near field communication technology is evolved from the integration of non-contact radio frequency identification (RFID) and interconnection technology. It combines inductive card readers, inductive cards and point-to-point functions on a single chip, which can be compatible within a short distance The equipment performs identification and data exchange.
It seems quite esoteric, but to put it bluntly, the transportation card used for commuting every day uses NFC technology, and the fee can be deducted with a single swipe. This is point-to-point data exchange. how about it? Enough to understand!
Naturally, mobile phone users can travel all over the country with their mobile phones equipped with payment functions. Mobile phones can be used for airport boarding verification, building access keys, transportation cards, credit cards, payment cards, etc. The use of NFC has spread to all aspects of life.
For speakers, NFC will also make the use of speakers more convenient. Especially for parents who don’t use smart phones for Bluetooth connection, they only need to turn on the Bluetooth function of the phone and touch the phone lightly to the side of the speaker, and the phone will prompt whether it is connected. How about? Is it so easy?
Moreover, this little guy still has a memory function. As long as the connection is successful once, it will remember the last connected device, and it will automatically connect next time. Isn't this very considerate for lazy bugs? Of course, this is only for mobile phones, tablets and other devices with built-in NFC technology. For Apple mobile phones, the NFC function is not necessary, so Apple users should use the old method, and the editor is also very helpless!
NFC is a major trend of Bluetooth speakers. It has revolutionized the experience of traditional speakers, is closer to our lives, and solves the needs of many applications. I believe that in the future, the use of NFC on speakers will become more popular!