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Smart card ATR parsing

Enter an ATR (Answer To Reset) and I will parse it for you.

Results

Parsing ATR:

3B FE 18 00 00 80 31 FE 45 53 43 45 36 30 2D 43 44 30 38 31 2D 6E 46 A9
TS = 0x3BDirect Convention
T0 = 0xFEY(1): b1111, K: 14 (historical bytes)
TA(1) = 0x18Fi=372, Di=12, 31 cycles/ETU (129032 bits/s at 4.00 MHz, 161290 bits/s for fMax=5 MHz)
TB(1) = 0x00VPP is not electrically connected
TC(1) = 0x00Extra guard time: 0
TD(1) = 0x80Y(i+1) = b1000, Protocol T=0
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TD(2) = 0x31Y(i+1) = b0011, Protocol T=1
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TA(3) = 0xFEIFSC: 254
TB(3) = 0x45Block Waiting Integer: 4 - Character Waiting Integer: 5
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Historical bytes53 43 45 36 30 2D 43 44 30 38 31 2D 6E 46
Category indicator byte: 0x53 (proprietary format) "CE60-CD081-nF"
TCK = 0xA9 correct checksum

Possibly identified card:

3B FE 18 00 00 80 31 FE 45 53 43 45 36 30 2D 43 44 30 38 31 2D 6E 46 A9

G&D Sm@rtCafé Expert 6.0 (JavaCard)

http://www.smartcardfocus.com/shop/ilp/id~684/smartcafe-expert-6-0-80k-dual-/p/index.shtml

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See also

The parsing code is part of pyscard and is available at parseATR.py.

The list of known ATR is also available online at smartcard_list.txt.

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