Yes, except for metal surfaces, due to the fact that metal surfaces create a signal distortion between the NFC tag and the mobile device. Thus, a special NFC tag that has a thin layer of ferrite foil is needed. This material creates a barrier between the metal surface and the NFC tag, allowing the mobile device to communicate directly with the tag without any signal distortion.
Articles in this section
- What phones have NFC built in?
- What are NFC tags
- What information can you store
- Could someone change my NFC tag?
- How can I encode NFC tags?
- What batteries do NFC tags take?
- How close do I have to be to the tag for it to work?
- Do NFC tags work on all surfaces?
- What is NFC used for?
- What is the user experience?