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* [http://www.scmmicro.com/ SCM Microsystems] offered 4 ''SCL3711'' devices;
 
* [http://www.scmmicro.com/ SCM Microsystems] offered 4 ''SCL3711'' devices;
* [http://www.sensorid.it/en/index-en.html Sensor ID] offred 4 ''[[StickID|Stick ID]]'' devices;
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* [http://www.sensorid.it/en/index-en.html Sensor ID] offered 4 ''[[StickID|Stick ID]]'' devices;
 
* [[Arygon]] offered 1 ''APPB2UA33'' (NFC / Mifare Plug ‘n’ Play Module) and 1 ''ADRB-USB'' (NFC / Mifare Desktop Reader);
 
* [[Arygon]] offered 1 ''APPB2UA33'' (NFC / Mifare Plug ‘n’ Play Module) and 1 ''ADRB-USB'' (NFC / Mifare Desktop Reader);
 
* [http://ask-rfid.com/ ASK] offered 4 ''LoGO'' devices.
 
* [http://ask-rfid.com/ ASK] offered 4 ''LoGO'' devices.
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Please note, that ''SCM Microsystems'' and ''Arygon'' companies are now known as ''Identive group''.
  
 
=Corporate Sponsorship=
 
=Corporate Sponsorship=

Revision as of 14:52, 21 February 2013

Donations

Some manufacturers offered us some hardware to support them in libnfc:

  • SCM Microsystems offered 4 SCL3711 devices;
  • Sensor ID offered 4 Stick ID devices;
  • Arygon offered 1 APPB2UA33 (NFC / Mifare Plug ‘n’ Play Module) and 1 ADRB-USB (NFC / Mifare Desktop Reader);
  • ASK offered 4 LoGO devices.

Please note, that SCM Microsystems and Arygon companies are now known as Identive group.

Corporate Sponsorship

Special thanks to I.L.4 P., which actively contributed to the Libnfc since April 2009 till June 2012.

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