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  Our Raven Registry bike emblem Near Field Communication (NFC) tag is designed primarily to be read and acted upon by law enforcement and owners of pawn and bike shops.

Because the NFC Emblem doesn’t require a line of sight to read, like a QR Code, the emblem’s reading performance can’t be compromised with a new coat of paint or scratched surface.

As cool as it is to use an NFC phone to auto-link to Raven for registration and account updates, it isn’t necessary to own an NFC phone.

   
ANYONE WITH AN INTERNET
CONNECTION CAN REGISTER WITH
RAVEN BICYCLE REGISTRY
Register Today
 

1-800-665-5727
info@ravenbikeregistry.com
San Jose, CA 95125
WHAT’S NFC GOOD FOR?
Near Field Communication (NFC) is more than a wireless Application. There’s a hardware component built into every NFC smartphone, tablet and reader, designed to power up a capacitor and read the command saved to the NFC Tag’s microchip. NFC is a form of Radio Frequency ID, but more secure because information can only be read by hovering an inch or two over the NFC tag.

Although NFC has been widely used in Europe since 2000, the wireless technology has just begun to see broader applications in the U.S. with the accelerated introduction of NFC Smartphones. In addition to using this technology to access your Raven Registry Bike Account, your NFC Smartphone automatically connects to other Websites, can pay for goods and services through Google Wallet and customer loyalty programs, reserve tickets, accept coupons, and receive promotions and discounts.

Aside from consumer applications, people are actively exploring other creative latitudes of the technology, including sharing NFC phone-to-phone contacts and media and placing customized NFC Tags in their homes or cars to quickly reset music, phone and/or Web preferences.

NFC Reader/Writer

 

RIM Blackberry
Bold 9790, 9900, 9930
Curve 9350, 9360, 9370, 9380
U.S. Carriers:
Verizon, AT&T, Sprint,
T-Mobile
NOKIA
603, 700, 701, 801T, 808
Pureview
HTC
Desire C, Droid Incredible
4G LTE, Evo 4G LTE, Incredible, One X/XL, Ruby/Amaze 4G
 
SAMSUNG
Galaxy Series:
Ace 2, Mini 2, Note and S: Advance, Blaze 4G, II, III, S5230 and 260 NFC
 
PANASONIC
Bizpad Tablets, Waterproof & Dustproof Eluga
MOTOROLA
Droid Razr, MC75A HF, Photon Q 4G LTE
 
SHARP
Aquos Phone Serie, RW-T107 & T110 NFC Tablets
 
  LG
  Optimus: Elite, L5, L7, LTE, LTE Tag, Net, Vu, Ego, Viper
ACER
E320, Liquid Glow
SONIM
XP 1301, Core NFC, XP and NFC
GOOGLE
Nexus 7 & S
 
SONY
Xperia: Acro S, P, S, Ion & Sola
LENOVA
K800
 
PANTECH
Sky Vega Racer
 
HUAWEI
Biggest Chinese Company
Fujitsu
Arrows F-07D
MOBIWIRE
Cosyphone