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Du l te fa ce C rd Dual-Interface Card

Co t ct s C rd Contactless Card

IM S M Ca d SIM/SAM Card

ad P CR 80 CR-80 - 8-Pin Card

Car Key cha in C Keychain Card

System Design Considerations
Smart cards can improve any transaction involving data and value. When you design your smart card system, comprehensive planning means optimal results. This guide is meant for general reference only, and does not cover every possible design step and contingency.

The First Four
1. 2. 3. 4. Do you require a completely original design? Or is there an existing application that you can use? (For the latter, please visit CardLogix Smart Partners at http://www.cardlogix.com/smartpartners/apply.asp) Is there a clear business case? Does it include financial and consumer behavior factors? Will the smart card handle data, value, or both? Adding a value function increases system design security and complexity. What are the card’s essential features? With multiple functionalities, prioritize, starting with the most important one and phase in additional features incrementally.

Basic Setup
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Will the system be single- or multi-application? Are there industry standards to conform to ISO, EAL, or ETTSI for specific encryption or chip requirements? What information do you want to store in the cards? How much memory is required for the applications? If the system is multi-application, how will you separate different types of data? 6. 7. 8. 9. Will data be obtained from a database or loaded every time? Will this data concurrently reside on a database? How many smart cards will be needed? Have card or infrastructure vendors been identified? What are the lead times?

Value Applications
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Is value in your cards reloadable or one-time use? How will you distribute the cards? How will cards be activated and loaded with value? Will there be a refund policy? What is the minimum and maximum value to store on each card?

Deployment Recommendations
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Establish clear and achievable program objectives Analyze the application and IT enviroment Make sure the organization has a stake in the project’s success and that management buys into the program Set a budget Name a project manager Assemble a project team and create a team vision Graphically create a dataflow diagram Assess the card and reader options Write a detailed specification for the cards and system

10. What are the required readers, handsets, terminals, and software? 11. Is a Card Management System (CMS) necessary? 12. How many types of artwork will be included in the issuance? 13. Who will do the artwork? 14. What is needed on the card? (e.g. signature panels, magnetic stripes, embossing, etc.)

10. Set a realistic schedule with inchstones and milestones 11. Establish security parameters for people and the system 12. Build your on-card and host file structures 13. Phase in each system element and test as you deploy 14. Reassess your system for security leaks 15. Deploy the first phase of cards and test the system 16. Train the key employees responsible for each area 17. Set up a system user manual 18. Check the reporting structures 19. Create contingency plans, should problems arise 20. Deploy and announce your system 21. Advertise and market your system

Security
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. What are the security requirements? Does all of the data need to be secure? Or only some? Who will have access to this information? Who will be allowed to change this information? In what manner will you secure this data? (e.g. encryption, host passwords, card passwords, PINs, etc.) Should the keys/PINs be customer or system activated? How will you identify the card issuance and versions? Will the system utilize PKI and Digital Certificates? If so, how will they be managed? What about security printing options? (e.g. guilloches, microprinting, holograms, validator images, etc.)

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Development Tools
CardLogix’ Smart Toolz®, M.O.S.T. Toolz®, and Java open source tools enable low-cost, high-performance system development for Identity and Stored Value. Geode™, S@t Manager, and VirtuoSimo™ speed handset and operator solutions for mobile applications. For expert system integration, these tools, plus other hardware, mesh together for a best of breed smart card-based system.

Smart Toolz™
Smart Toolz™ is a comprehensive suite of software and hardware that includes everything you need to develop PC-based Contact or Contactless Memory Smart Card applications. Smart Toolz™ Includes: • • • • • • • • Five different Contact Memory Smart Cards Winplex API Five different Contactless Memory Smart Cards Card Configuration Utility software Programming examples for C++, .NET, and Visual Basic Demo reader configuration utility software CardAppz® software Dual-Interface USB (contact & contactless) reader/writer
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Typical Card System
Card Configuration
M.O.S.T.
Smart Card File Creation Utilities

File Creation Utility Software Memory Card Tool SIM Card Configuration Software

API / Classes / Libraries
API for Card Encoding and Issuance

POS system for Ticketing and Stored Value

API for Gaming and Hospitality

A general purpose API

M.O.S.T. Toolz™
M.O.S.T. Toolz™ is for multifunction and/or high-security smart card applications. This low-cost kit is an add-on to the Smart Toolz™ Application Development Kit and features a utility for on-card file

Customer Application Development
Application tool for SIM Phone Browsers

Application SDK for SIM Cards

creation and encryption that works with the M.O.S.T. microprocessor-based cards.

family of

S@T Manager
EMBEDDED TOOLZ™
Smart Card & Reader Toolkit

Application for making memory demos Complete SDK for OEM designs

Embedded Toolz™
The Embedded Toolz™ SDK includes all the components, firmware, and software you need to prototype the smart cards and readers embedded in your product. The kit is supplied with a full schematic, driver software, and source code to allow easy interfacing with your host processor and system hardware. The supplied reader chip is compatible with the widest range of smart cards and protocols available. When combined with Smart Toolz or M.O.S.T. Toolz, reading and configuring your cards is a snap. The Embedded Toolz kit contains six smart cards, a prototyping reader board with card sockets and USB input cable, plus a CD with sample code, schematics manual, FAQ, and design tips.

Telecom Tools
CardLogix has you covered from SIM ToolKit configuration tools to complete Java SIM and handset emulation solutions. Our goal is to make tools easy to use so your design is done right the first time and gets to market faster. We offer the best of breed tools for your development

project. Some of them are even free, based on production commitments. So contact your CardLogix representative to get started today.

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Optional Card Features
Middleware Support
• • • • • • PCSC industry standard API All standardized PIV II Middleware meeting SP800-73-1 requirements ImageWare Systems Card Management Systems (CMS’s) Intercede CMS MovieGold API for Ticketing, Stored Value, and POS systems Printplex API for Card Encoding and Issuance • • • • • • RSA PIV II Middleware and CMS SafeSIGN Middleware Cryptographic Service Provider (CSP) SafeSIGN Token Manager Worldwide Trust CMS’s Winplex, a general purpose API Trakplex API for Gaming and Hospitality

Applet Support
• • • • PIV II for Identity systems Safesign SSO ICAO passport applets Match on-card biometric applets • • • • One-time password and digital signatures for GSM phones SMS applets Emergency medical record system applet Navy Cash applet

Encoding Options
CardLogix can program your card orders, including magnetic stripe encoding and software loading. Fulfillment services are available for all orders (e.g. affixing cards to special carriers, such as promotional collateral). You can also order cards serialized and inserted into envelopes that can be stamped and mailed. Card lots can also be individually sleeved or shrink-wrapped for non-secure delivery. Our Magnetic Stripe Cards can be encoded to the industry specifications set by leading manufacturers of automated banking equipment for tracks 1, 2, and 3. CardLogix can load both Java and MULTOS applets and all standard types of data, such as identification records, health histories, etc. For security applications, CardLogix can also load the card with digital certificates, transport keys, and encrypted keys.

Fulfillment & Packaging Options
• • • • • • • • • Letter and Z-fold mailing insertions Card wallets Tyvek card sleeves Card wallet books CD Connect cards Retail card hangers and blister packaging Customized shrink-wrap bundles Cards with peel-off coupons Tamper-evident packaging

Additional Card Options
• • • • • • • • Lithographic card printing Guilloches and rosettes Microprinting Laser engraving Magnetic stripes (HiCo, LoCo, and colored) Card punching Optically Variable Devices (OVD’s) Holograms and holomags • • • • • • • Barcode printing Serialization and variable image printing Tamper-evident signature panels Ultraviolet inks Hidden images (Card Validator™ graphics) Color shifting inks Colored interlayers

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Smart Card Dimensions & Specifications

0.35 in. 0.70 in. 1.14 in.

0.86 in.

3.37 in.

2.125 in.

0.590 in.

Ø 0.125 in.

0.984 in.

0.118 in.

Ø 0.125 in.

2.37 in.
0.43 in. 0.62 in. 0.12 in.

1 in.

Ø 0.188 in.

0.25 in.

0.562 in. 0.125 in.

2.95 in. 2.87 in. 0.188 in.
0.24 in. 0.39 in.

0.188 in

0.562 in.

CardLogix offers the following subtrates for cards, Commercial Grade, Biodegradable grade, Precision Identity Grade, Government Certified Grade, and Molded ABS substrates for SIM cards.

0.125 in.

Note: Drawings are not to scale.

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Memory Smart Cards
CardLogix Part Number
CLXSA002KA2 CLXSA008KA7 CLXSA016KA8 CLXSA032KA9 CLXSA064KA3 CLXSA128KA4 CLXSA256KA5 CLXSA512KD5 CLXSA001MD1 CLXSA004MF1 CLXSA001KK1 CLXSA001KK2 CLXSA002KK3 CLXSB002KB5 CLXSA001KL1 CLXSA004KK4 CLXSA008KK5 CLXSA016KK6

Product Type
Memory Memory Memory Memory Memory Memory Memory Memory Memory Memory Smart Memory Smart Memory Smart Memory Smart Memory Smart Memory Smart Memory Smart Memory Smart Memory

Product Functionality/Applications
Small Records Storage, Loyalty, Conventions, Digital Receipts Small Records Storage, Loyalty, Conventions, Digital Receipts Data/Record Storage, Health informatics, Loyalty, Conventions, Digital Receipts Data/Record Storage, Health informatics, Loyalty, Conventions, Digital Receipts Data/Record Storage, Health informatics, Loyalty, Conventions, Digital Receipts Data/Record Storage, Health informatics, Loyalty, Conventions, Digital Receipts Data/Record Storage, Health informatics, Loyalty, Conventions, Digital Receipts Data/Record Storage, Health informatics, Loyalty, Conventions, Digital Receipts Data/Record Storage, Health informatics, Loyalty, Conventions, Digital Receipts Data/Record Storage, Health informatics, Loyalty, Conventions, Digital Receipts Access control, Stored Value, Data/Record Storage, Health Informatics, Loyalty Access control, Stored Value, Data/Record Storage, Health Informatics, Loyalty Access control, Stored Value, Data/Record Storage, Health Informatics, Loyalty Small Records Storage, Loyalty, Conventions, Digital Receipts Access Control, Stored Value, Data/Record Storage, Health Informatics, Loyalty Access Control, Stored Value, Data/Record Storage, Health Informatics, Loyalty Access Control, Stored Value, Data/Record Storage, Health Informatics, Loyalty Access Control, Stored Value, Data/Record Storage, Health Informatics, Loyalty

Security Features
Host-based only Host-based only Host-based only Host-based only Host-based only Host-based only Host-based only Host-based only Host-based only Host-based only Read/write Password Protection Read/write Password Protection Read/write Password Protection Security Code, Fuse Lock, Write Protect Read/write Password Protection Read/write Password Protection Read/write Password Protection Read/write Password Protection

Issue Data Memory
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 644 bits 644 bits 644 bits N/A 2k bits 2k bits 2k bits 2k bits

User Data Communications Supported Memory Readers Protocols
2k bits 8k bits 16k bits 32k bits 64k bits 128k bits 256k bits 512k bits 1 Megabit 4 Megabits 1k bits 1.5k bits 2k bits 2k bits 1k bits 4k bits 8k bits 16k bits I 2C I2C I2C I 2C I 2C I 2C I2C I2C I2C SPI 7816 Synchronous 7816 Synchronous 7816 Synchronous 7816 Synchronous I 2C & T=0 I 2C & T=0 I2C & T=0 I2C & T=0 A,C,O,S A,C,O,S A,C,O,S A,C,O,S A,C,O,S A,C,O,S A,C,O,S A,C,O A,O Custom A,C,O,S A,C,O,S A,C,O,S A,C,M,O,S A,C,M,O,S A,C,M,O,S A,C,M,O,S A,C,M,O,S

Max. Supply Current
3 milliamps 3 milliamps 3 milliamps 3 milliamps 3 milliamps 3 milliamps 3 milliamps 3 milliamps 3 milliamps 3 milliamps 3 milliamps 3 milliamps 3 milliamps 5 milliamps 3 milliamps 3 milliamps 3 milliamps 3 milliamps

Winplex supported readers for memory cards:

A=ACS

C=Cardcom

M=SCM

O=OmniKey

S=I.D. Tech

Contactless Smart Cards ( ISO 14443 - MHz )
CardLogix Part Number
CLXRN004KP3 CLXRN008KP4 CLXRN016KP5 CLXRN032KP6 CLXRN064KP7 CLXRN128KP8 CLXRN512UN1 CLXRN002KN2 CLXRN008KN3 CLXRN032KN4 CLXRN032KN5ED *Manufacturer Codes:

User-Data Memory
1/2k Bytes 1k Bytes 2k Bytes 4k Bytes 8k Bytes 16k Bytes 64 Bytes 320 Bytes 1k Bytes 4k Bytes 4k Bytes

Mfg. Description
Crypto RF Crypto RF Crypto RF Crypto RF Crypto RF Crypto RF MIFARE UltraLite MIFARE Mini MIFARE STD (Classic) MIFARE STD (Classic) MIFARE DESFire

Mfg. Part Number
AT - AT88SC0404CRF AT - AT88SC0808CRF AT - AT88SC1616CRF AT - AT88SC3216CRF AT - AT88SC6416CRF AT - AT88SC12816CRF NX - MF0 IC U1 NX - MF1 IC S20 NX - MF1 IC S50 NX - MF1 IC S70 NX - MF3 IC D40

Product Functionality/Applications
Building Access, Transportation, Purse/wallet and Stored Value Building Access, Transportation, Purse/wallet and Stored Value Building Access, Transportation, Purse/wallet and Stored Value Building Access, Transportation, Purse/wallet and Stored Value Building Access, Transportation, Purse/wallet and Stored Value Building Access, Transportation, Purse/wallet and Stored Value Building Access, Transportation, Purse/wallet and Stored Value Building Access, Transportation, Purse/wallet and Stored Value Building Access, Transportation, Purse/wallet and Stored Value Building Access, Transportation, Purse/wallet and Stored Value Building Access, Transportation, Purse/wallet and Stored Value

Security Features
Anti-Collision, Authentication Anti-Collision, Authentication Anti-Collision, Authentication Anti-Collision, Authentication Anti-Collision, Authentication Anti-Collision, Authentication Anti-Collision Anti-Collision, RNG and 2 Keys Anti-Collision, RNG and 2 Keys Anti-Collision, RNG and 2 Keys Anti-Collision, RNG, DES and 14 Keys

Type
B B B B B B A A A A A

AT = Atmel

NX = Philips - NXP

Credentsys™ Dual-Interface Cards
CardLogix Part Number
CLXSU512KJ3/DIJ CLXSU001MJ4/DIJ* * Available Q22009

O.S. Type
Java Card Platform 2.2.1, Global Platform 2.1.1 Java Card Platform 3.0, Global Platform 2.2.1

Product Functionality/Applications
National ID Programs, Healthcare, Informatics, Driver Licenses, Voter Registration, Enterprise IDs National ID Programs, Healthcare, Informatics, Driver Licenses, Voter Registration, Enterprise IDs

Supported Algorithms
AES-128, MD5, DES, TDEA, RSA-1024, RSA-2048, SHA-1, SHA-256 AES-128, -192, -256, MD5, DES, TDEA, RSA-1024, RSA2048, SHA-1, SHA-256, ECC-163, -233, -283

Communications User Protocols Memory
T=0, T=1, ISO 14443 Type B T=0, T=1, ISO 14443 Type B 72k Bytes 128k Bytes

Applets in ROM
PIV II, SafeSIGN PIV II, SafeSIGN

M.O.S.T.® ( Microprocessor Based ) Cards
CardLogix Part Number
CLXSU064KJ4/T=0ED CLXSU128KJ4/T=0ED CLXSU256KJ4/T=0ED CLXSU512KJ4/T=0ED CLXSU512KC8/T=0ED*

Product Type
Microprocessor Microprocessor Microprocessor Microprocessor Microprocessor

Product Functionality/Applications
Multifunction, Purse/Wallet, Identity, E-Commerce and Campus Multifunction, Purse/Wallet, Identity, E-Commerce and Campus Multifunction, Purse/Wallet, Identity, E-Commerce and Campus Multifunction, Purse/Wallet, Identity, E-Commerce and Campus Multifunction, Purse/Wallet, Identity, E-Commerce and Campus

Security Features
Authentication, Purse, DES and 3DES Encryption Authentication, Purse, DES and 3DES Encryption Authentication, Purse, DES and 3DES Encryption Authentication, Purse, DES and 3DES Encryption DSA, Authentication, Purse, DES, 3DES and AES Encryption

User-Data Memory (EEPROM)
8k Bytes 16k Bytes 32k Bytes 64k Bytes 72k Bytes

Communications Protocols
T=0 T=0 T=0 with PTS T=0 with PTS T=0 with PTS

Max. Supply Current
3 milliamps 3 milliamps 3 milliamps 3 milliamps 3 milliamps

* Available Q12009

SIM Cards ( Java & Delos™ )
Part Number
CLXSS512KH0/SJVO CLXSS512KH0/SJV-W13O CLXSS512KH0/SJV@2O CLXSS001MH2/SJVU@2O CLXSS001MH2/SJVUW13O CLXSS256Kxx/SJVST14 * CLXSS128KF7/D CLXSS128KF7/DP2 CLXSS256KG1/DP2 CLXSS256KF3/DST14O CLXSS256KF3/DST14OW12 CLXSS256Kxx/DST14O@2* CLXSS512KG2/DSTRU * 256k & 512k Java-based SIMs are available with full browser support on a custom order basis. ** Extended EEPROM life and industrial temperature range devices available for M2M applications.

16k

32k

64k

128k

JAVA Card 2.21

Delos Native

SIM SIM ToolKit 11.11 ToolKit 11.14

R-USIM

PIM Phase 2

(U)SIM

OTA

Browser Support WIB 
1.3 2 2 1.3

S@T

1.2 2 *Available Soon

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