Wireless security handset mechanism set for demo

Monday, 14 February 2005, 12:27 PM EST

Texas Instruments, Orange and Trusted Logic are to demonstrate a new wireless security handset mechanism designed to eliminate unauthorised handset use and fraud. The demonstration also features a 128bit secure contactless payment application and a customer loyalty application, powered by TI-RFid technology.

As wireless evolves to 3G technology, the need for reliable security around applications handling sensitive high-value data becomes critical; in parallel, consumer demand for convenient transactions also becomes significant.

At Electronics Talk.

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