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Contactless Interface

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naresh
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Contactless Interface

Postby naresh » Wed Jul 04, 2018 9:59 am

Hello sir,
I want to Know whether my application used "CONTACTLESS INTERFACE" or NOT.

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Naresh.

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Re: Contactless Interface

Postby BirdKing » Wed Jul 04, 2018 10:15 pm

On javacard, the API "APDU.getProtocol()" should help you to find which protocol.

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Re: Contactless Interface

Postby happy123654 » Thu Jul 05, 2018 4:02 am

static native byte javacard.framework.APDU.getProtocol ( )

Returns the ISO 7816 transport protocol type, T=1 or T=0 in the low nibble and the transport media in the upper nibble in use.
Returnsthe protocol media and type in progress Valid nibble codes are listed in PROTOCOL_* constants above. See PROTOCOL_T0.

public static final byte PROTOCOL_T0 = 0;
public static final byte PROTOCOL_T1 = 1;
public static final byte PROTOCOL_MEDIA_CONTACTLESS_TYPE_A = -128;
public static final byte PROTOCOL_MEDIA_CONTACTLESS_TYPE_B = -112;


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