NFC tag stores information and transfers a wide variety of data types to other NFC-enabled devices, they are passive devices that operate without their own power supply and communicate with ISO 14443 type A/B wireless standards. Manufactured with a basic architecture similar to RFID tags, the NFC tag contains three key components: an integrated circuit or small microchip, an antenna, and a substrate or material layer to hold all the components together.
These tags are widely available in a variety of shapes, sizes, and shape coefficients. RFID Market offers a wide variety of NFC tag types, such as clear or hard tags and wristbands, all equipped with varying storage levels and transfer speeds. Operating in the High Frequency (HF) range of the RFID spectrum at 13.56 MHz, these tags provide secure data transmission over a distance of about 10 centimeters, making them an ideal solution for access control, consumer electronics, transportation, payments, healthcare, the information collection.