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NFC

abbr.
National Football Conference

NFC

abbreviation for
near field communication: a technology that allows wireless communication of electronic devices over short distances
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Wi-Fi Protected Setup is another way to add XBee Wi-Fi modules to a network, via a simple push-button method.
Wi-Fi Protected Setup relies on eight-digit PINs broken into two sets of four digits, but it allows for repeated attempts at authentication and notifies users when the first four numbers are correct -- a flaw that helps make it possible to guess the passcode in no more than 11,000 tries, instead of as many as 100 million.
A Wi-Fi Protected Setup allows for easy and secure establishment of a wireless home network, and a three-line OLED display makes it easy to see exactly where the music is coming from.
11n Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), Motion JPEG and 20fps streaming, as well as infrared (IR) illumination for night vision up to 5m (16.
In addition, the DIR-600 includes Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) with a push button feature that easily sets up and activates network security.
In order to make wireless networking simpler, the router also includes Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), a one-button feature to instantly create an encrypted wireless network between WPS-enabled devices.
Equipped with the industry-standard Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) introduced by the WiFi Alliance, the NETGEAR Dual Band Wireless-N Router makes it fast and easy to connect clients to the home network with the highest level of security by simply pushing the "Push 'N' Connect" button, eliminating the need to remember or input security password keys.