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Near Field Communications - In antennae theory Far Field radiation is that RF energy that gets transmitted, Near Field is the RF energy that typically does not propagate , unless it is intercepted by a special antenna. It is used to transmit signals over short distances without transmitting widely, it is used in wireless communications for very short ranges on the order of meters and is harder to intercept because you have to be close.

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This is one of those hardware questions that's making me bang my head against a wall. About six weeks ago I spent a day tuning the NFC antenna on my board. I ended up using ~71pF of shunt … over the last few weeks. I'm having trouble believing that it's the board. These are all boards from the same manufacturing run, and should be more or less identical. How can I tune the NFC antenna …
asked Apr 9 by macinblack