Inductor for short-range wireless communication

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Inductors are used in NFC circuits, which are most notably used for communication between mobile devices, payment methods, and other forms of short-range wireless communication. The inductors used here must provide a level of performance that meets the unique requirements for an NFC. The inductors for short-range wireless communication from Murata enable the increasing efficiency and miniaturization of NFC circuits by providing a level of performance that is suited to these requirements.

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Using an inductor in an NFC Using an inductor in an NFC
This section explains why an inductor is used in an NFC.
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Selecting an NFC inductor. Key points for usage Selecting an NFC inductor. Key points for usage
A large-amplitude current of 13.56 MHz flows through an NFC inductor. For this reason, different points must be considered when selecting an NFC inductor as compared to a typical matching inductor. This section explains the characteristics of an NFC circuit and the key points for selecting an inductor.
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Precautions when mounting an NFC inductor (coupling between inductors) Precautions when mounting an NFC inductor (coupling between inductors)
NNFC inductors are always used in pairs, but if they are improperly mounted and come into contact, they may couple and cause many different problems. This section explains the key points for mounting to avoid any problems.
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