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How can it communicate if it doesn’t know which protocol to use? Stil, I have some comments and additions.
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This might be the most important mode, since it allows the mobile phones act as contactless payment cards. I will during the day add it to my question.
Is there anything you would add? NFC guy 9, 2 20 I summarized my knowledge in the text below.
I revised the text and make changes to make it more readable Email Required, but never shown. NFC devices can in addition work in card emulation modewhich allows them to pretend they are passive sio smart cards.
Regarding SO – I still have feeling that in programming arenot only source code related questions, but also ‘how to do’, ‘where to read’, ‘help me understand the concept’, etc.
Please feel free to correct it by posting comments and replies – I will include it into my text. It is intended to be used by mobile devices that support communication according to ISOISObut they be also compatible other contactless standards like ISO Sign up using Facebook. I am not sure your questions belong on SO, as they are not related to programming.
If this is true, then it’s likely based on the ISO someway right? Also, LLCP does not require active mode. Thanks – great answer!