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  • NXP makes a splash at NRF 2012

    This week the National Retail Federation (NRF) show concluded at the large NYC convention center. Feedback from the exhibitors was positive – the show attendance was up (record 24,000) and the show seemed busy…

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  • RFID in Electronics Rocks the Boat!

    Last week, at CES in Las Vegas, we had an opportunity to showcase one of the most interesting RFID products I can ever recall – NXP’s new UCODE I2C, an interactive UHF RFID IC...

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  • NXP’s new NTAG203 the clear winner in NFC Tag Performance Index

    NFC tagging is about convenience – a single tap with your phone is enough to trigger actions like launching a web site, redeeming a coupon or changing your phone’s settings. For a great user...

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  • NXP Enhances NFC Tag IC Portfolio

    NXP Semiconductors introduced the NTAG203 NFC Forum-compliant Type 2 tag, the newest family of integrated circuits to enhance the deployment of NFC tags for OEMs, inlay customers and end users. As customer interest in...

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  • Ease of borrowing in RFID libraries through use of NFC phones

    The prototype of the first ever mobile SelfCheck was premiered at the 100th German Librarian Day in Berlin: an NFC capable, private smart phone makes borrowing possible straight from the shelf. Users can check…

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  • Deutsche Bahn and NXP continue cooperation on “Touch&Travel”

    Deutsche Bahn and NXP Semiconductors N.V. (NASDAQ: NXPI) today announced to continue their co-operation on “Touch&Travel” in Germany. “Touch&Travel” is a mobile ticketing scheme which is running in a pilot phase in Germany since...

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  • NXP Unveils UCODE I2C RFID Chip

    NXP Semiconductors N.V. (NASDAQ: NXPI), the market leader in RFID solutions, today unveiled its groundbreaking UCODE I2C chip, which features an integrated I2C interface and a large 3,328-bit user memory. The UCODE I2C IC…

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  • NXP aids ‘No Sponge Left Behind’ in surgical procedures

    ClearCount Medical Solutions has selected NXP RFID technology to enables its SmartSponge System. The RFID-based SmartSponge System can detect and account for surgical sponges and other retained foreign objects placed in a patient’s body...

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