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  • What is RFID? Types of RFID Tracking Tags, Their Uses, Disadvantages and How They Compare to Barcode Labels

    A Definition of RFIDRadio-frequency identification, or RFID, utilizes radio waves to read and capture information on RFID tags. RFID tags are embedded with a transmitter and receiver and may be placed

    2020/09/17 M&W SmartCard 2

  • Encryptionfunctions of the BASIC CARDS

    Security is the main concern for smartcardsThe BasicCard support the following crypto functions:DES and TripleDES algorithmThe DES algorithm is the internationally recognized Data Encryption Standard

    2020/07/06 M&W SmartCard 4

  • RFID vs Contactless Smart Cards

    The debate between RFID and smart cards technology is an ongoing one. There is no clear definition that describes RFID and smart cards, and at times these two terms are used interchangeably, due to la

    2020/07/06 M&W SmartCard 2

  • Complete list of APDU responses

    List of APDU responses for EMV processing with their description.Note that the same list with extended searching options is implemented in our freeware BP-Tools product. SW1SW2Info/Warning/Error/Secur

    2020/06/08 M&W SmartCard 7

  • ISO 7816-4: Annex A: Transportation of APDU messages by T=0

    A.1 Case 1A.2 Case 2 ShortA.2S.1 Le acceptedA.2S.2 Le definitely acceptedA.2S.3 Le not accepted, La indicatedA.2S.4 SW1-SW2='9XYZ', except '9000'A.3 Case 3 ShortA.4 Case 4 ShortA.4S.1

    2020/06/08 ImProgram 3

  • CUSTOMER CARD ARTWORK PREPARATION​

    Design RequirementsRequirements for print-ready artwork are explained in this section. All minimum requirements must be met in order to produce the best results. If any requirements cannot be met, we

    2020/06/06 M&W SmartCard 12

  • Converged Credentials: Understanding the Decision Points

    Multi-Application Smart Cards for Identification, Access, Payments, Electronic Health Records, and MoreConverged Credentials, or multi-application smart cards, are built on card architecture designs t

    2020/06/06 M&W SmartCard 9

  • DIY FSK RFID Reader

    This page describes the construction of an RFID reader using only an Arduino (Nano 3.0 was tested, but others may work), a hand-wound wire coil, and some assorted low cost common components.Background

    2020/07/29 M&W SmartCard 6

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