STANDARD. ISO/IEC. Second edition. Identification cards — Integrated circuit cards —. Part 5: Registration of application providers. ISO/IEC INTERNATIONAL. STANDARD. ISO/IEC. Second edition. Identification cards — Integrated circuit cards —. Part 5. Each Application Provider is only allowed one RID per ISO/IEC It is up to the Application Provider to use the PIX to identify its different applications.
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This part specifies the power, signal structures, and the structure for the answer to reset between an integrated circuit card s with synchronous transmission and an interface device such as a terminal.
Cards with contacts — Dimensions and location of the contacts”. In a multi-application environment, an application provider needs to be able to uniquely identify itself and its application in the card and the terminal needs to be able to support the application.
Commands for application management in a multi-application environment”. According to its abstract, it specifies iwo card application.
Retrieved from ” https: Personal verification through biometric methods”. According to its abstract, it specifies interindustry commands for integrated iao cards either with contacts or without contacts that may be used for cryptographic operations. It gives the identifier, name, description, format, coding and layout of each DE and defines the means of retrieval of DEs from the card. Created inamended in,updated in According to its ieo, it specifies interindustry commands for integrated circuit cards both with contacts and without contacts for card and file management, e.
Registration of application providers”.
These commands cover the entire life cycle of the card and therefore some commands may be used before the card has been issued to the cardholder or after the card has expired.
RID (Registered Application Provider Identifier)
Depending on whether the application is to be used in a national or international environment, and whether a country has a national registration system in place, you may have the choice of obtaining a national or an international RID. However, since there is no guarantee that such a proprietary, non-registered RID is unique, it is strongly recommended that the use of such RIDs is limited to closed user-groups under conditions where there will be no risk of conflict with other applications.
This part specifies commands for application management in a multi-application environment. National or international RID? Who is actually assigning the RID? Identification of persons using biometric methods is outside the scope of this standard. This application contains information on cryptographic functionality. Created inupdated inamended inupdated in According to its abstract, it specifies the operating conditions of an integrated circuit card that provides a USB interface.
According to its abstract, it specifies the Data Elements DEs used for interindustry interchange based on integrated circuit cards ICCs both with contacts and without contacts. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Senior Director of Policy and Standards. Organization, security and commands for interchange”.
Please note that the registration fee is not refundable upon assignment of the RID. Commands and mechanisms for security operations”. How can I obtain application form? Electronic signals and answer to reset for synchronous cards”.
Commands for card management”. It is not mandatory to register RIDs. The choice and conditions of use of cryptographic mechanisms may affect card exportability. ISO standards by standard number. List of International Electrotechnical Commission standards. An optional field assigned by the application provider known as a Proprietary Application Identifier Extension PIXused to identify different applications or products.
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Created inupdated inupdated in Interindustry data elements for interchange”. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Created inupdated in Views Read Edit View history. Retrieved 19 April