Chip Card Programming
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i am currently running a program for a client whom wants me to program a chip card to auto run on inserting on a chip platform , the chip would be programmed with an ISO which needs to be auto run chip card info is stated below
The Smart Card SILVER is a field programmable ISO-7816-1 pin-out compatible multi-chip Smart Card featuring the Microchip Technology, Inc. PIC16F876 + 24LC64 die. The card features an expanded data memory and is ideally suited for applications requiring field programming and reprogramming, short time to market and small to medium volume roll outs.
The card may differ from picture as 'Silver' is a generic description of the PIC microcontroller and memory chip, not a description of card colour. They are often white, and can have optional cutout around chip.
These cards are really the best on the market, they are the size of a credit card, wafer thin and have a PIC16F876 PIC chip and a 24LC64 EEPROM chip for data storage, which is 8KB. They have far more code storage capabilities than the normal gold wafer cards.
ISO 7816-1 Compatible Pin-out
ISO 7816-1 Compatible Card Body
Single 5V Operation
DC to 10 MHz Operating Speed
DC to 400 ns Instruction Cycle
35 Word Single Word RISC Instructions
Re-programmable with Code Protection
On-Chip Program Memory
Internal EEPROM Memory
64K X 8 Expanded EEPROM Memory
Enhanced Code protection
40 Year Data Retention
1,000,000 Write/Erase Cycles
2KV ESD Protection
So basically the Chip card would be on autorun once inserted in the ship device it would automatically run the ISO which we have
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