What is NFC in IoT?

What is NFC in IoT?

What is NFC in IoT?

In many cases, these services are powered by a method of wirelessly transferring data called near-field communication (NFC). NFC isn't just useful on its own—it can also be used in conjunction with other cutting-edge technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT).

Why 4G is not suitable for IoT?

While the coverage is good, 4G is not the best option for many IoT devices because of higher module cost, high power consumption and often, there is no need for high-speed data connections.

What is massive IoT?

Massive IoT refers to applications that are less latency sensitive and have relatively low throughput requirements, but require a huge volume of low-cost, low-energy consumption devices on a network with excellent coverage.

Who is making Internet of Things?

Back then, the idea was often called “embedded internet” or “pervasive computing”. But the actual term “Internet of Things” was coined by Kevin Ashton in 1999 during his work at Procter&Gamble.

Is ZigBee better than Wi-Fi?

Zigbee network is more reliable compared to Wi-Fi network. Wi-Fi network is less reliable as compared to Zigbee network. 11. It requires low bandwidth but greater than Bluetooth's bandwidth most of time.

Is ZigBee 5G?

Thanks to the inclusion of M2M communication function, the 5G terminals which locate within the coverage of the ZigBee networks are able to join the existing ZigBee networks.

What are 5G promises in IoT?

“5G will cause explosive growth of IoT devices in the market,” Engarto says. The ultra-low latency of 5G will pave the way for newer use cases such as augmented and virtual reality, “and opens up newer ground-breaking possibilities in digitizing verticals like health care, smart manufacturing, and education,” she says.

What is replacing Zigbee?

As it prepares for the launch of a smart home interoperability standard, the Zigbee Alliance has changed its name to the Connectivity Standards Alliance (CSA) and will broaden its scope.

What is difference between cat-M1 and NB-IoT?

Bandwidth and Data RateNB-IoT uses a very narrow bandwidth (200 kHz), compared to Cat-M1 which uses 1.4 MHz. As a result the maximum data rate for NB-IoT is around 250 kb per second. Compared to Cat-M1 - up to 1 Mbps.

What comes after LTE?

LTE Advanced Pro is the next evolution of LTE that might make practical gigabit mobile internet a reality, as well as begin to lay the groundwork for technologies that for 5G, including things like MIMO (multiple antennas) technology and use of unused spectrum in the 5 GHz LTE-U band.

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