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  • Published in issue 11/2006 on page 0
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A Tale of Two Smartcards

…that read, write and program

A Tale of Two Smartcards
Any application for Smartcard requires what’s commonly referred to as a ‘card reader’. If you’ve read the article on the various types of Smartcards elsewhere in this issue, you already know that a variety of card readers may be required. It all depends on whether you’re dealing with an Open OS card, or a one that’s still blank.
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Fun/ Jupiter programmer
Resistors
R1,R2,R3 = 220
R4,R5,R9 = 1k
R6,R7,R8 = 10k
R10 = 330
Capacitors
C1 = 10µF 25V radial
C2 = 220nF MKT
C3 = 470µF 25V radial
C4 = 100nF MKT
Semiconductors
IC1 = 78L05
T1 = BC557
T2 = BC547
D1 = 1N4004
LED1 = LED, 5mm, red
Miscellaneous:
K1 = Centronics socket (female), right angle pins
K2 = standard Smartcard connector (e.g., Selectronic no. 60.9292)
K3 = mains adapter socket, PCB mount
JP1 (K4) = SIL pinheader, 3 pins, lead pitch 2.54 mm, with jumper
PCB, ref. 050237-1 from The PCBShop

Phoenix / SmartMouse / JDM reader/programmer
Resistors
R1,R2,R9,R11,R19,R22 = 1k
R3,R12 = 4k7
R4,R6,R7,R8 = 10k
R5 = 10
R10 = 47k
R13 = 22k
R14 = 1k5
R15,R16 = 1M
R17,R18 = 2k2
R20 = 150
R21 = 220
Capacitors:
C1,C3,C5,C7,C8 = 10µF 16V radial
C2,C11 = 10nF ceramic
C4 = 220nF MKT
C6 = 100nF MKT
C9 = 470µF 25V radial
C10 = 1nF MKT
C12 = 47pF ceramic
C13-C16 = 22pF ceramic
Semiconductors
IC1 = 7805
IC2 = MAX232
IC3 = 74HC00
T1 = BC327
T2 = BC557
T3,T4 = BC547
D1,D2,D4,D6,D8,D9 = 1N4148
D3 = 1N4004
D5 = BAT82
D7 = zener diode 13V 0.4 W
LED1 = LED, bicolour, 5 mm, with separate anodes
LED2 = LED, red, 3mm
LED3= LED, yellow, 3mm
Miscellaneous
X1 = 3.579MHz quartz crystal, HC18/U case
X2 = 6MHz quartz crystal, HC18/U case
K1 = 9-way sub-D socket (female), right angle pins, PCB mount
K2 = standard chip card connector (e.g., Selectronic no. 60.9292)
K3 = mains adapter socket, PCB mount PS1 = switch, square, type D6 (ITT)
S1-S4 = 4-way DIP switch block (ASE42FN, Tyco/Alcoswitch) or 4 3-way SIL pinheaders with jumpers
LED1 = 3-way SIL pinheader
S5 = 2-way SIL pinheader with jumper
1 off 14-way DIL IC socket
1 off 16-way DIL IC socket
PCB, ref. 050237-2 from The PCBShop
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