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  1. #1
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    Question Internal Secure Card !

    I think many developers have similar questions at this time and try to ask couple of them.

    Is the internal secure card a javacard? what are the restrictions, limits to run applets?

    Can i use internal secure card as a MIFARE card? if so what kind of a MIFARE card?

    Is it possible to have different cards e.g. one javacard and MIFARE 1k on same time or different time frames?

    I have heard from IBM's JCOP Tool to upload applets to internal secure card. Are there any other tools?

    Best regards.

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    Re: Internal Secure Card !

    Hello yakdogan,

    Lot of questions.. Here are some answers.

    >Is the internal secure card a javacard?
    Yes, see http://java.sun.com/products/javacard/


    > what are the restrictions,

    For example size maximum 72 kB - (to be more exact 71 kB, if Mifare emulator is 1 K.)


    > limits to run applets?
    Limits? offcourse there are. You need basic Java knowlegde.
    Javacard is a small version of Java.
    [/COLOR]

    > Can i use internal secure card as a MIFARE card?
    Yes, that's possible.

    SmartMX has two parts:
    Javacard OS (for applets)
    Emulated Mifare card

    If needed, you can use the Mifare cards alone, or both together.
    In an applet (Javacard) you can also connect towards the Mifare emulator
    part.



    > if so what kind of a MIFARE card?
    As far as I know all 1kB (6131 maybe 4kB ??)


    > Is it possible to have different cards e.g. one javacard and MIFARE 1k on
    > same time or different time frames?

    This question is not clear to me. You can speak to 1 of them at the time.



    > I have heard from IBM's JCOP Tool to upload applets to internal secure
    > card. Are there any other tools?
    Yes, there is GPShell http://sourceforge.net/projects/globalplatform/

    I had contact with one of the developers of GPShell, he made an adjustment,
    this tool now surely works with Nokia 3220, for example..

    Still, I advise to use JCOP tools from IBM. This tool is very stable,
    you can get registration for free. (only have to wait a few weeks to get
    activation key) See: http://www.zurich.ibm.com/jcop/




    Greetings,
    Marc van Dam

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    Smile Re: Internal Secure Card !

    Excellent information, I will search further. Thank you very much.

    Best regards.

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    Re: Internal Secure Card !

    Quote Originally Posted by marcvandam4
    > if so what kind of a MIFARE card?
    As far as I know all 1kB (6131 maybe 4kB ??)

    Nokia 6131 NFC emulates a MiFare 4k card.
    Thanks for all the other answers!
    Raluca Cindrea
    Helsinki, Finland
    www.nokia.com/nfc

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    Re: Internal Secure Card !

    Quote Originally Posted by marcvandam4

    Still, I advise to use JCOP tools from IBM. This tool is very stable,
    you can get registration for free. (only have to wait a few weeks to get
    activation key) See: http://www.zurich.ibm.com/jcop/
    [/COLOR]
    I received JCOP activation key in two work-days, Thanks from hier to IBM team.

    Best regards.

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