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Inkjet printing is one of the most promising techniques that could potentially revolutionize large area and organic electronics fabrication. At the moment, technology is still under development and some problems remain to be solved. Only few applications have been demonstrated with enough performance to be moved to industrial level. In this paper we present the study of a potentially successful inkjet printing application: a Near Field Communication Antenna. In our work we characterized an inkjet printing process and developed an antenna design to evaluate its potential. Fabricated antenna was tested on NFC systems and final results lead us to conclude that NFC antennas are a potentially successful inkjet printing application.