Six news stories mention Pulse Electronics
Pulse Electronics has also been known as Pulse Engineering.
Electronic components maker Pulse Electronics has introduced an ultrathin NFC antenna that measures 35mm by 50mm by just 0.133mm, making it 28% slimmer than its previous version... More
Electronic components supplier Pulse Electronics has announced a new catalog selection of NFC antennas aimed at a range of devices, including point-of-sale terminals, in-vehicle payment terminals, security control and access panels and printers... More
Ten other organisations have also joined the NFC standards association for the first time, bringing total membership “to a record high of over 180 companies and non-profit groups.” More
The electronic components maker has introduced a ferrite sheet NFC antenna for mobile phones which, it says, is 40% thinner than comparable products available today. More
The new ferrite sheet antenna for NFC phones meets EMVCo’s requirements for a 40mm read range, the component maker says, and can be customized to meet handset manufacturers’ individual requirements. More
The electronic components supplier’s new 15mm x 20mm x 5mm NFC antenna can be incorporated into a single module that also houses the phone’s main mobile communications antenna, making it easier for a handset manufacturer to build near field communication functionality into a device. More
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