In the previous blog of September 2019, we covered the software integration of NFC frontends in Linux. We discussed about how NFC frontend offers a host interface and a contactless interface.
In this blog we talk about the software integration of another group of products, the NFC controllers.
PN7150 NFC controller family are integrated solutions combining an NFC frontend together with an MCU.
PN7150 has two main external connections: the Host and the RF interfaces.
- PN7150 is connected to the host device through an I 2 C physical interface. PN7150 logical interface (API) is based on the NCI NFC Forum standard.
- It supports additional , NXP proprietary extensions specific to the PN7150 chip.
- In few NCI commands, host SW can configure the PN7150 to notify for card or peer detection and start data exchange.
- Full NFC Forum compliancy with small form factor antenna.
- Ultra low power consumption in polling loop mode allows without impacting the user experience.
- Embedded NFC firmware providing all NFC protocols as pre integrated feature
- Load modulation schemes: Active & Passive
For detailed webinar, please click here : https://www.nxp.com/video/nfc-software-integration-ii-how-to-integrate-nfc-controllers-in-linux:INTEGRATE-NFC-CONTROLLER…
Content of Webinar:
- NFC software stacks available for Linux OS.
- PN71xx NFC controllers integration in Linux OS.
- PN746x PN736x NFC controllers integration in Linux OS.
- Design in recommendations for NFC controller integration in Linux OS.
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