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New Arduino library for NFC shield released

Posted on Sunday, September 2nd, 2012 in Arduino, library, wireless by the machinegeek


Javier Montaner has released a new Arduino library for the Seeedstudio NFC shield. The new PN532 library uses SPI HW implementation from official Arduino SPI.h library in contrast to the original PN532 library from seeed which uses a dedicated SPI SW implementation in the PN532.h library.

You can download the Javier’s NFC library and supporting docs from GitHub.

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One Response to “New Arduino library for NFC shield released”

  1. john says:

    hello this library is compatible with arduino nfc v1.0
    thanks

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