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Analysis and Test Results of Tunneling IP over NFCIP-1

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2 Author(s)
Grunberger, S. ; NFC Res. Lab., Upper Austria Univ. of Appl. Sci., Hagenberg, Austria ; Langer, J.

In this paper we present a concept for a test system, that can establish an IP connection over NFC. Any further IP data traffic is then tunneled through a wireless NFC link. Besides a short introduction about the NFC technology, this concept is described in the first part of the paper. This system has been realized with two NFC boards, each equipped with an NFC radio chip, and was tested on its performance afterwards. The test scenarios as well as the test results and its analysis are described in the final part of this paper. This work shows the advantages and disadvantages of tunneling IP over NFC devices.

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Near Field Communication, 2009. NFC '09. First International Workshop on

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24-24 Feb. 2009