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Table Of Contents

General
1 Scope
1.1 Changes in Version 4.2
1.2 Structure
1.3 Underlying Standards
1.4 Audience
2 Normative References
3 Definitions
4 Abbreviations, Notations, Conventions, and Terminology
4.1 Abbreviations
4.2 Notations
4.3 Data Element Format Conventions
4.4 Terminology
5 Electromechanical Interface
5.1 Lower Voltage ICC Migration
5.2 Mechanical Characteristics of the ICC
5.2.1 Physical Characteristics
5.2.2 Dimensions and Location of Contacts
Figure 1: ICC Contact Location and Dimensions
Figure 2: Layout of Contacts
5.2.3 Contact Assignment
Table 2: ICC Contact Assignment
5.3 Electrical Characteristics of the ICC
5.3.1 Measurement Conventions
5.3.2 Input/Output (I/O)
Table 4: Electrical Characteristics of I/O for ICC Transmission
5.3.3 Programming Voltage (VPP)
5.3.4 Clock (CLK)
Table 5: Electrical Characteristics of CLK to ICC
5.3.5 Reset (RST)
Table 6: Electrical Characteristics of RST to ICC
5.3.6 Supply Voltage (VCC)
5.3.7 Contact Resistance
5.4 Mechanical Characteristics of the Terminal
5.4.1 Interface Device
Figure 3: Terminal Contact Location and Dimensions
Table 10: Electrical Characteristics of I/O for Terminal Transmission
Table 11: Electrical Characteristics of I/O for Terminal Reception
5.5.3 Programming Voltage (VPP)
5.5.4 Clock (CLK)
Table 12: Electrical Characteristics of CLK from Terminal
5.5.5 Reset (RST)
5.5.6 Supply Voltage (VCC)
Figure 5: Maximum Current Pulse Envelopes
5.5.7 Contact Resistance
5.5.8 Short Circuit Resilience
5.5.9 Powering and Depowering of Terminal with ICC in Place
6 Card Session
6.1 Normal Card Session
6.1.1 Stages of a Card Session
6.1.2 ICC Insertion and Contact Activation Sequence
6.1.3 ICC Reset
Figure 8: Warm Reset Sequence
6.1.4 Execution of a Transaction
6.1.5 Contact Deactivation Sequence
6.2 Abnormal Termination of Transaction Process
7 Physical Transportation of Characters
7.1 Bit Duration
Figure 10: Character Frame
8 Answer to Reset
8.1 Physical Transportation of Characters Returned at Answer to Reset
8.2 Characters Returned by ICC at Answer to Reset
8.3 Character Definitions
Table 17: Terminal Behaviour
8.3.1 TS - Initial Character
8.3.2 T0 - Format Character
Table 18: Basic Response Coding of Character T0
8.3.3 TA1 to TC3 - Interface Characters
The basic response coding of character TB1 is shown in Table 19:
Table 20: Basic Response Coding of Character TC1
Table 24: Basic Response Coding of Character TB3
8.3.4 TCK - Check Character
8.4 Terminal Behaviour during Answer to Reset
8.5 Answer to Reset - Flow at the Terminal
9 Transmission Protocols
9.1 Physical Layer
9.2 Data Link Layer
9.2.1 Character Frame
9.2.2 Character Protocol T=0
Table 25: Terminal Response to Procedure Byte
Table 26: Status Byte Coding
9.2.3 Error Detection and Correction for T=0
Figure 12: Character Repetition Timing
9.2.4 Block Protocol T=1
Table 27: Structure of a Block
Table 28: Types of Blocks
Table 29: Coding of the PCB of an I-block
Table 30: Coding of the PCB of a R-block
Table 31: Coding of the PCB of a S-block
Figure 13: Chaining C-APDU
Figure 14: Chaining I-Blocks
9.2.5 Error Detection and Correction for T=1
9.3 Terminal Transport Layer (TTL)
9.3.1 Transport of APDUs by T=0
Table 32: Structure of Command Message
Table 33: GET RESPONSE Error Conditions
9.3.2 Transportation of APDUs by T=1
9.4 Application Layer
Table 34: Definition of Cases for Data in APDUs
9.4.1 C-APDU
9.4.2 R-APDU
Files, Commands, and Application Selection
10 Files
10.1 File Structure
10.1.1 Application Definition Files
10.1.2 Application Elementary Files
10.1.3 Mapping of Files Onto ISO/IEC 7816-4 File Structure
10.1.4 Directory Structure
10.2 File Referencing
10.2.1 Referencing by Name
10.2.2 Referencing by SFI
11 Commands
11.1 Message Structure
11.1.1 Command APDU Format
Figure 15: Command APDU Structure
Table 36: Command APDU Content
11.1.2 Response APDU Format
Figure 16: Response APDU Structure
Table 37: Response APDU Content
11.2 READ RECORD Command-Response APDUs
11.2.1 Definition and Scope
11.2.2 Command Message
Table 38: READ RECORD Command Message
Table 39: READ RECORD Command Reference Control Parameter
11.2.3 Data Field Sent in the Command Message
11.2.4 Data Field Returned in the Response Message
11.2.5 Processing State Returned in the Response Message
11.3 SELECT Command-Response APDUs
11.3.1 Definition and Scope
11.3.2 Command Message
Table 40: SELECT Command Message
Table 41: SELECT Command Reference Control Parameter
Table 42: SELECT Command Options Parameter
11.3.3 Data Field Sent in the Command Message
11.3.4 Data Field Returned in the Response Message
Table 43: SELECT Response Message Data Field (FCI) of the PSE
Table 44: SELECT Response Message Data Field (FCI) of a DDF
Table 45: SELECT Response Message Data Field (FCI) of an ADF
11.3.5 Processing State Returned in the Response Message
12 Application Selection
12.1 Overview of Application Selection
12.2 Data in the ICC Used for Application Selection
12.2.1 Coding of Payment System Application Identifier
12.2.2 Structure of the PSE
12.2.3 Coding of a Payment System Directory
Table 46: Payment System Directory Record Format
Table 47: DDF Directory Entry Format
Table 48: ADF Directory Entry Format
Table 49: Format of Application Priority Indicator
12.2.4 Coding of Other Directories
12.2.5 Error Handling for FCI Response Data
12.3 Building the Candidate List
12.3.1 Matching Terminal Applications to ICC Applications
12.3.2 Using the PSE
12.3.3 Using a List of AIDs
Figure 18: Using the List of AIDs in the Terminal
12.4 Final Selection
Annexes
Annex A Examples of Exchanges Using T=0
A1 Case 1 Command
A2 Case 2 Command
A3 Case 3 Command
A4 Case 4 Command
A5 Case 2 Command Using the '61' and '6C' Procedure Bytes
A6 Case 4 Command Using the '61' Procedure Byte
A7 Case 4 Command with Warning Condition
Annex B Data Elements Table
B1 Data Elements by Name
B2 Data Elements by Tag
Annex C Examples of Directory Structures
C1 Single Application Card
C2 Single Level Directory
C3 Multi-Level Directory
Common Core Definitions
Common Core Definitions
Changed Sections
10 Files
10.1 File Structure
10.1.4 Directory Structure
11 Commands
11.3 SELECT Command-Response APDUs
11.3.5 Processing State Returned in the Response Message
12 Application Selection
12.2 Data in the ICC Used for Application Selection
12.2.2 Structure of the PSE
12.2.3 Coding of a Payment System Directory
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EMV v4.2 Book 1 ICC to Terminal Interface CR05_20090122093645

EMV v4.2 Book 1 ICC to Terminal Interface CR05_20090122093645

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