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Keywords: mart card reader, system-on-chip, CCID, chip/smart card reader interface device, SoC, USB, Teridian Related Parts
APPLICATION NOTE 4879
73S1215F, 73S1217F USB CCID Guidelines
Jan 17, 2011
Abstract: This application note contains guidelines for the use of the Teridian 73S1215F and 73S1217F system-on-chip (SoC) smart card readers in a USB environment, particularly for Microsoft® Windows XP® and PCs. This article aids customers in the development of smart card reader applications specific to their environment. In the Windows® environment, the customer may employ either the enhanced chip/smart card reader interface device (CCID) USB client driver or the Microsoft-supplied CCID USB client driver. Firmware is provided as ANSI C source code and Keil® µVision®2/3 project files so that the customer can modify and enhance the application to meet their requirements.
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