1ChipISO7816-V1 Programmer & Reader is a full-Featured ISO 7816 Programmer and Reader board designed for educational purposes only.
This app provides the capabilities for a Smart Card Programmer and Reader using a wideband Transistor Crystal Oscillator Clock circuit. This makes it easy to change Crystal Clock frequencies for different Smart Card applications quickly. Version V-3 uses a fixed frequency CMOS TTL Crystal Oscillator module for clock requirements (Epson CMOS TTL Osc #SG-531P-3.579MC).
Part Value Device Package Description B1 Bridge1A B-DIL B-DIL Bridge Rectifier C1 10UF P128-35 P128-35 Condenser 10uf 50V C2 10UF P128-35 P128-35 Condenser 10uf 50V C3 .1UF C2,5 C2,5-4 Condenser .1uf C4 100pf C2,5 C2,5-4 Condenser 100 pf C5 22pf C2,5 C2,5-4 Condenser 22 pf D2 1N4148 1N4148 DO35-10 Diode D3 1N4148 1N4148 DO35-10 Diode DL1 GRN LED5 LED5 LED Green DL2 RED LED5 LED5 LED Red IC1 MC1489 DIL14 DIL14 IC MC1489 J1 2.1 MMJACK 2MMJACK 255SB Power Jack 2.1mm P1 DB9-Female F09H F09H DB9 Female Connector PCB P2 ISO7816 14P 14P Smart Card holder Amphenol R1 2.2K ohm 0309/10@2 0309/10@2 Resistor 1/4 W R2 470 ohm 0309/10@2 0309/10@2 Resistor 1/4 W R3 2.2k 0309/10@2 0309/10@2 Resistor 1/4 W R4 33K 0309/10 0309/10 Resistor 1/4 W R5 1K 0309/10@2 0309/10@2 Resistor 1/4 W T1 2N2222 2N2222 TO18A Trnasistor VR1 7805 78XXL 78XXL 5V Voltage Regulator 1A X1 3.579545 MHz XTAL Q Crystal
Power Supply 7.5-18 V AC/DC 2.1mm 250ma or greater. PCB or Perf board.
This unit has been tested and monitored to assure that it meets ALL requirements for an ISO 7816 Smart Card. It uses an RS-232 Line Receiver for interface with the Smartcard instead of the customarily used MAX232 interface Chip. This has proven to be a very reliable and cheap method for Interface. The Low part count of this unit makes it easy to manually construct a simple "perf" board circuit in a relatively short time. If a larger number of boards are required, the use of the "Toner Transfer System" for PCB board construction should be considered. The TTS system permits a PCB print out from a Laser printer to be directly applied (heat/Ironed) to the board for etching.
Parts for this project can be obtained from Digi-Key (www.digikey.com), Jameco (www.jameco.com), or Radio Shack. Because of the low parts count and common parts, this will be a low-cost unit to construct. Things like a perf board can be obtained from Radio Shack. The prototypes of this unit were constructed on a 4x4 inch board.
Use the latest software such as Bacich and Window Explorer. The 3,579545 frequency in the prototype works with some different Smart Cards such as the DTV H and HU cards. Other crystal frequencies must be used with Cards like DishNetwork, COP Cards, etc. If this device is to be used with multiple types of cards, it may be advisable to install several different Crystals with a simple front panel select.
The PCB ".sch" and ".brd" files are for use in an Eagle PCB software program.