RANCANG BANGUN APLIKASI SMART CARD INTERFACE

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I Putu Agus Swastika Siti Saibah Pua Luka Yanno Dwi Ananda

Abstract

Opportunity to development smart card -based application is quite large as the need for
smart card technology in various fields of both business and government agencies and BUMN.
One brand that is widely used smart card is a smart card type from a vendor production NFC
ACR122U ACS (Advanced Card System Limited) because prices are relatively affordable, but
fairly tough.
At the Thesis is done, the ACS (Advanced Card System Limited) as a manufacturer of
smart card vendor type ACR122U NFC only supports several programming languages for
development, among other Borland Delphi 7, Java, Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0, Microsoft Visual
Basic.NET 2005, Microsoft .2005 Visual C #, Microsoft Visual C + + 6.0 Microsoft Visual C + +
2005. And what about other programming languages?, It will certainly be an obstacle for smart
card application developers to develop applications based NFC smart cards 122U ACR,
especially for developers who owned the programming language competence beyond the
programming language that supported the current ACR NFC 122U. Constraints are primarily
compatibility as well as the development time will be relatively longer.
For that application development interface between a PC with Smart Card is flexible,
able to communicate the smart card, smart card reader with the application to be developed with various programming languages (multiprogramming) that differ will help ease in the
development of other applications based on smart ACR card 122U.

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AGUS SWASTIKA, I Putu; PUA LUKA, Siti Saibah; DWI ANANDA, Yanno. RANCANG BANGUN APLIKASI SMART CARD INTERFACE. Lontar Komputer : Jurnal Ilmiah Teknologi Informasi, [S.l.], nov. 2012. ISSN 2541-5832. Available at: <https://ojs.unud.ac.id/index.php/lontar/article/view/3691>. Date accessed: 26 feb. 2020.
Keywords
smart card, smart card reader, ACR 122U, interfaces, multiprogramming.
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