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NFC, E-PAYMENT & WIRELESS POWER TESTING

Micropross designs R&D and Manufacturing test tools which characterize and test the electrical and protocol performance of products such as smart cards, smartphones and smart objects in design, conformance and production

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NFC, E-PAYMENT & WIRELESS POWER TESTING

Micropross designs R&D and Manufacturing test tools which characterize and test the electrical and protocol performance of products such as smart cards, smartphones and smart objects in design, conformance and production

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NFC, E-PAYMENT & WIRELESS POWER TESTING

Micropross designs R&D and Manufacturing test tools which characterize and test the electrical and protocol performance of products such as smart cards, smartphones and smart objects in design, conformance and production

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07/06/2019

Lille, June 7th 2019 : Micropross now NI, announced earlier today that the NFC Forum had successfully qualified their NFC Forum Digital Protocol and LLCP test tool according to the Certification Release 11 with Test Release 11.1 (TR11.1) which is the latest applicable version that the NFC Forum has defined. This tool can from now on be used by the NFC Forum Authorized test laboratories to perform official certification of NFC devices and NFC tags.

Stéphane Czeck, Marketing Director for NI’s NFC and Wireless Charging group commented: “We are determined to always provide our customers with test tools that implement the latest updates of the NFC Forum test specifications at the time they need them. This TR11.1 enhances the way the right implementation of the NFC Forum defined communications layers are tested, and therefore contributes to the improvement of the interoperability between NFC devices. Furthermore, in an effort of continuous improvement, our R&D team took this opportunity to improve the overall usability of our product, leveraging feedback from customers.”

“Companies like National Instruments through its acquisition of Micropross, certify their testers with the NFC Forum because it provides them a competitive advantage in the marketplace.  NFC Forum certification confirms that a device, tag or reader is compliant with NFC Forum specifications. Conformance to the specifications provides consistency of behavior across NFC implementations and is the foundation for interoperability,” said Koichi Tagawa, chairman, NFC Forum.

This TR11.1 qualification is a significant step in the direction of the upcoming CR12 test specification, which will be released at the end of 2019, positioning Ni on the right track for this major release.