G. P. Hancke

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The increasing technical capabilities of mobile phones have resulted in several m-payment methods being proposed. M-payment applications are being developed for both online and in-store purchases. Near Field Communication (NFC) technology has the potential to greatly impact the way mobile devices are used. NFC is a short range wireless communication(More)
A wireless sensor network (WSN) is a collection of spatially distributed, resourceconstrained sensor nodes, deployed within an application area, to monitor a specific event or set of events. These sensor nodes are standalone devices without access to a continuous energy source and are located either within or close to the phenomena they are observing. The(More)
  • G. P. Hancke
  • 2012 IEEE International Conference on RFID…
  • 2012
Time-of-flight distance-bounding protocols are potentially useful in RFID and NFC environments and are designed to discourage a number of attacks that take advantage of the inherent assumption that a token and reader that manages to communicate are located in close physical proximity to each other. These protocols are dependent on time measurements made at(More)
  • Karima Maazouz, Habib Benlahmer, +7 authors J. Schmölz
  • 2014
Smartphone are becoming more deployed, and such as a way for identification and authentication. The personal identification on mobile devices has attracted a lot of attention in the few years. In this paper we propose an identification system based on Smartphone enabled NFC. The idea is to combing the characteristics of the eID card with the NFC(More)
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