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    ISO/IEC 18092

    ISO/IEC 18092

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    ISO/IEC 18092:2013 Information technology — Telecommunications and information exchange between systems — Near Field Communication — Interface and Protocol (NFCIP-1)

    ISO/IEC 18092:2013 is a comprehensive standard that covers the telecommunications and information exchange between systems (TIS) using Near Field Communication (NFC). This report provides an overview of the NFCIP-1 interface and protocol, as well as examples of its use.

    What is ISO/IEC 18092:2013

    ISO/IEC 18092:2013 is a standard that defines the functionality, protocol and interfaces of Near Field Communication (NFC) for exchanging information between systems.

    NFC is a powerful technology that can be used to exchange information between devices such as smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices. NFCIP- defines the protocols and interfaces that are used to exchange data using NFC.

    ISO/IEC 18092:2013 is an international standard that was developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). It is based on ISO 15693:2008, which was also an international standard.

    The goal of ISO/IEC 18092:2013 is to provide a common framework for the development of NFC applications and services. This will allow developers to create more reliable and interoperable applications and services.

    What are the requirements of ISO/IEC 18092:2013

    ISO/IEC 18092:2013 is a new standard that defines the requirements for an NFC interface and protocol. This standard is intended to allow devices to communicate with each other without having to use a network.

    ISO/IEC 18092:2013 defines four main interfaces and five main protocols. These interfaces and protocols are used to control, monitor, and manage devices that are connected to a NFC network.

    The main interfaces that ISO/IEC 18092:2013 defines are the NFC Interface Protocol (NFP), the Secure Element Management Protocol (SEMP), the Device Management Protocol (DMP), and the Context Broker Protocol (CBCP).

    The main protocols that ISO/IEC 18092:2013 defines are the Contextual Inquiry Protocol (CIP), the Service Discovery Protocol (SDP), the Data Exchange Modeling Language (DML), and the Object Push Protocol (OPP).

    ISO/IEC 18092:2013 is a new standard, so it does not currently have any implementations. However, this standard will be updated as new technologies develop. So it is likely that there will eventually be implementations of this standard.

    What are the benefits of ISO/IEC 18092:2013

    ISO/IEC 18092:2013 is a global standard that defines the NFCIP-based interface and protocol for information exchange between systems.

    NFCIP provides a secure, efficient, and low-cost way to communicate between systems. It can be used to manage events, share data, and identify and authenticate users.

    ISO/IEC 18092:2013 has been adopted as the global standard for NFCIP-based communication. It is supported by many different manufacturers and software vendors.

    The benefits of ISO/IEC 18092:2013 include improved efficiency and security. NFCIP-based communication can reduce the time needed to perform common tasks, and it can help to protect data from unauthorized access.

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