ISO 7816-2 PDF

ISO/IEC specifies the dimensions and locations for each of the contacts on an integrated circuit card of an ID-1 card type. It also provides. ISO describes the physical characteristics of smart chip cards. It includes accommodation of exposure limits for electromagnetic phenomena such as. ISO is one of most important standards in the smart card industry. Parts of ISO specify physical characteristics, dimensions and location of the.

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A card may support either but not both simultaneously. The first three parts in particular are well established and allow total physical and electrical interoperability as well as defining the communication protocol between the IC card and the CAD Card Acceptor Device. Cards with contacts — USB electrical interface and operating procedures”. Views Read Edit View history. The three uso widely used tests applied by fabricators are specified in the annex to the standard: According to its abstract, it specifies interindustry commands for integrated circuit cards both with contacts and ido contacts for card and file management, e.

The 7816 Standard

Created inamended in,updated in In order to avoid further delay in publishing the standard, two options were allowed to include both the front and back of the card. Introduction To Smart Cards – Page 2.

For this purpose the back is defined to be the side with the magnetic stripe. Your email address will not be published. Personal verification through biometric methods”.

ISO/IEC – Wikipedia

Physical characteristics of a card includes: Area 2 is provided for the cardholder identification data such as his name and address. Created inupdated inamended in In particular the standard defines more precisely the physical dimensions of the card as follows: Organization, security and commands for interchange”. One of the issues surrounding the use of the IC card relates to the temperature range for operational use.


Created inupdated inupdated in While this is certainly one way of comparing cards fabricated by different companies, whether it bears any relationship to the use of IC cards in the field seems debatable. The IC should still be operational at the end of the test. It ay use biometric methods and standards to achieve personal identification. The ISO standard defines a single line for the interchange of data between the IC and the interface device.

ISO part 2 smart card standard

This standard applies to the ID – 1 identification card specified in ISO and includes cards which may have embossing or magnetic stripes. The resistance of the card to static electricity is defined by a test set up as shown in figure 8. Given the close coupling normally achieved between an IC card and the interface device one has to question whether this level of error control has sufficient benefits to outweigh the disadvantages.

Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. This standard is in five parts and covers the specification of the magnetic stripe and the card embossing.

Even the embossing process itself is mechanically stressful and must raise serious doubts over the appropriate migration strategy. The biggest hole in the current standards work is the lack of agreement in the security 78162- which one might argue is fundamental to the application platform.

These commands cover the entire life cycle of the card and therefore some commands may be used before the card has been issued to the cardholder or after the card has expired. This application contains information on cryptographic functionality. The electronic properties and transmission characteristics of the IC card are fundamental to interoperability. This standard specifies the physical characteristics of identification cards including card material, construction, characteristics and nominal dimensions for three sizes of cards ID -1, ID -2 and ID Two transmission protocols are included in it: ISO is a family of standards primarily dealing with aspects of smart card interoperability regarding communication characteristics, 8716-2 properties, and application identifiers of the implanted chip and data.

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According to its abstract, it specifies a card application. According to its abstract, it specifies interindustry commands for integrated circuit cards either with contacts or without contacts that may be used for cryptographic operations. The guard time is defined to be equal to two bit periods although for block mode it can be changed to a 1 bit period.

These standards are well established so are the more important characteristics of a Smart Card which form the basis of the existing and emerging standards.

This standard defines isp requirements for cards to be used in financial transactions. The ISO standard is meant for personal identification of the user.

It provides the facility of interoperability across all industries to provide security and transmission of card data. Area 1 is for the number identifying both the card issuer and the card holder.

The half duplex refers only to data transmissions in one direction at a time which a PC is perfectly capable isp managing with its UART.

The thickness of the card is particularly important for Smart Card readers because of the mechanical construction of the card connector mechanism. According to its abstract, it specifies the operating conditions of an integrated circuit card that provides a USB interface. This signal is designed to provide the high voltage required to enable writing to the non volatile memory.