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Java Card Technology Seminar Report 2006 Admission
Java Card technology adapts the Java platform for use on smart cards and other deviceswhose environments are highly specialized, and whose memory and processingconstraints are typically more severe than those of J2ME devices. Java Card technologyis evolving. Accompanying both the technical evolution of smart card chips and the needsof application developers, new features have been introduced recently, such as remotemethod invocation (RMI), automated de-allocation of unreachable objects, and thepossibility of having several communication channels open between the card and the cardreader. In addition, version 2.2 of the Java Card specifications ([JCVM22][JCRE22][JCAPI22]) also introduces some of the previously mentioned card management features,such as applet deletion. Smart cards are very useful in the areas of personal security.They can be used to add authentication and secure access to information systems thatrequire a high level of security. Information stored in smart cards is portable. With JavaCard technology you can carry around valuable and sensitive personal information suchas your medical history, credit card numbers, or electronic cash balances in a mediumthat is compact, yet very secure.
Dept.of Computer Science & Engg Veda Vyasa Institute of Technology1
Java Card Technology Seminar Report 2006 Admission
Identical to the size of a credit card, a smart card stores and processes informationthrough the electronic circuits embedded in silicon in the plastic substrate of its body.There are two basic kinds of smart cards: An intelligent smart card contains amicroprocessor and offers read, write, and calculating capability, like a smallmicrocomputer.
memory card
on the other hand, does not have a microprocessor andis meant only for information storage. A memory card uses security logic to control theaccess of memory.All smart cards contain three types of memory: persistent non-mutable memory;persistent mutable memory; and non-persistent mutable memory. ROM, EEPROM, andRAM are the most widely-used memory for the three respective types in the current smartcards. Persistent memory is also called non-volatile memory. We will use the terms
interchangeably in this article.ISO 7816 part 1-7, defined by International Standard Organization, contains a set of standards that covers various aspects of smart cards. ISO 7816 consists of:
Physical characteristics (part 1)
Dimensions and location of the contacts (part 2)
Electronic signals and Transmission protocols (part 3)
Inter-industry commands for interchange (part 4)
Application identifiers (Part 5)
Inter-industry data elements (Part 6)
Inter-industry commands for SCQL (Part 7)
Dept.of Computer Science & Engg Veda Vyasa Institute of Technology2
Java Card Technology Seminar Report 2006 Admission
The following diagram illustrates the physical characteristics of a smart card, which aredefined in ISO 7816, part 1.For more on ISO 7816 and smart cards, see "Smart cards: A primer ."Normally, a smart card does not contain a power supply, a display, or a keyboard. Itinteracts with the outside world using the serial communication interface via its eightcontact points. The dimensions and location of the contacts are covered in part 2 of ISO7816. This diagram shows the contacts on a smart card.
Dept.of Computer Science & Engg Veda Vyasa Institute of Technology3

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