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    Smart Card as Web Server

    Hello,

    Do you know if the 6131 NFC can communicate with smartcards which has some applications which implement web servers for using HTTP protocol instead APDU commands for communicate the Java applications with the Smart Card applications?

    This is defined in the Open Mobile Alliance.

    Thanks!

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    Re: Smart Card as Web Server

    As far as your smartcards copplies with ISO14443 MiFare and not to Vicinity ISO 15693, I think it should be possible to do something.

    I hope this remark will be relevant.

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    Re: Smart Card as Web Server

    Quote Originally Posted by tboufflet View Post
    As far as your smartcards copplies with ISO14443 MiFare and not to Vicinity ISO 15693, I think it should be possible to do something.

    I hope this remark will be relevant.
    Hello,
    are you saying that 6131 NFC can not communicate with ISO 15693tags ?
    I'm trying to do so, using the 6131 Emulator + CardMan reader and I'm having troubles with tag detection (even if the reader itself can detect the tag).
    Thanks in advance

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    Re: Smart Card as Web Server

    The Nokia 6131 DOES NOT support ISO15693 Tags (and yes, the OmniKey reader is able to read them)

    The Nokia 6131 is not able to communicate with the SIM Card or a SmartCard with a SCWS (SmartCard Webserver). You might want to have a Sagem my700X to do so.

    Cheers, Gerald

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    Re: Smart Card as Web Server

    Quote Originally Posted by geri-m View Post
    The Nokia 6131 DOES NOT support ISO15693 Tags (and yes, the OmniKey reader is able to read them)

    The Nokia 6131 is not able to communicate with the SIM Card or a SmartCard with a SCWS (SmartCard Webserver). You might want to have a Sagem my700X to do so.

    Cheers, Gerald

    Thank you very much Gerald,
    unfortunately this is not a good news for me ...
    some questions about my700x:
    Are you saying that Sagem my700X does support ISO15693 tags ?
    Where can I get the SDK from ?
    Did you tried it ?
    thanks again

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    Re: Smart Card as Web Server

    Actually I don't have ISO15693 Tags to try it. But the inside chip inside the phone supports ISO15693. You don't need an extra SDK; the Phone supports JSR257 for Communcation.

    cheers, Gerald

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    Re: Smart Card as Web Server

    Can anyone tell me where to buy a Sagem my700X or any other NFC phone? I have a 6131 NFC but I want to test with other phones.

    thanks.

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    Re: Smart Card as Web Server

    Quote Originally Posted by crm32 View Post
    Can anyone tell me where to buy a Sagem my700X or any other NFC phone? I have a 6131 NFC but I want to test with other phones.

    thanks.
    I could not find a Sagem NFC phone on the web.
    I directly contact Sagem, but it looks like the phone is not availble yet outside of France, where it is still at prototype level.
    Gemalto provide a kit with developer suite including phone emulator (not free if you want to use real readers).
    I read that BenQ T80 is available in Taiwan.

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    Re: Smart Card as Web Server

    I think both, the Sagem and the BenQ phone are prototypes for Trials and develeopement. Thus you might not be able to buy it (in case you don't by hunderts).

    Additionally (at least for the Sagem) you do require the SWP Sim Card (the one from Gemalto) and additionally an Operator (to put in on Air). So It is not only the Phone you need ...

    Cheers, geri-m

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    Re: Smart Card as Web Server

    Hi geri,

    Originally Posted by geri-m:
    You don't need an extra SDK; the Phone supports JSR257 for Communcation.
    You mean Sagem my700x Contactless supports JSR257 rt? So can i use the midlets that i developed for nokia 6131 in Sagem phone ? Can i use the same nfc push registry entries?
    Can you give me any link/url where i can find more details on this phone?

    thanks and regards
    sunil

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    Re: Smart Card as Web Server

    Hi Sunil,

    jetzt I have an app jusing the JSR257 that is running on the NOkia and the Sagem without any modifications. There is one difference: the Nokia supports Type-A only and the Sagem supports Type-B only with regard to ISO14443.

    As the phone is not avaiable commercially, there are no product details avaible to public. sorry.

    cheers, geri-m

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    Re: Smart Card as Web Server

    Hi gerald,

    thanks for quick reply.

    i have a sample Sagem phone with UICC SIM from sagem itself. My firm already contacted Sagem about the same. In the meantime i am clarifying things so that i can armed up.

    Can i connect to SE without any changes (i used ISO14443Connection in nokia)?

    What about NFC push-registry entries ? Are they the same for NDEF and SE push ?


    thanks and regards
    sunil

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    Re: Smart Card as Web Server

    Hi,

    the connection to the UICC is different, as the phone supports the JSR177 (unlike the 6131). An issue I came accross is, that the communcation with my UICC was not very stable.

    Regarding the Push Registry: I have not worked on that.

    cheers, geri-m

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    Re: Smart Card as Web Server

    geri, thanks for the tips. i will let you know the result after the Sagem replies.

    sunil

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    Re: Smart Card as Web Server

    just a quick note - it does not support JSR82 (Bluetooth). I just tested that.

    Cheers, geri-m

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