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TS 31.101 (CT6)
UICC-Terminal Interface –
Physical and Logical Characteristics

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V13.2.0  2016/06  36 p.
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V7.2.2  2011/06  37 p.
V6.5.1  2006/01  11 p.
V5.2.1  2005/01  8 p.
V4.2.1  2005/01  8 p.
V3.3.1  2005/01  8 p.

Rapporteur:  Mr. Virk, Amandeep

This TS defines a generic Terminal/Integrated Circuit Card (ICC) interface for 3GPP applications.
It is based on ETSI (SCP) TS 102 221, which defines a generic platform for any IC card application. This ETSI document issued by the Smart Card Platform (SCP) ETSI group is 193 pages, with a similar table of contents, but it is much more detailed, and therefore most of the contents can be found in it.
Application specific details for applications residing on an ICC, are specified in the respective application specific documents.

full Table of Contents for  TS 31.101  Word version:   15.1.0


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1  ScopeWord-p. 7
2  References
3  Definitions, symbols, abbreviations and codingWord-p. 8
4  General 3GPP platform requirements
4A  Physical Characteristics
5  Physical and logical characteristicsWord-p. 10
5A  Electrical specifications of the UICC - Terminal interface
6  Application protocolWord-p. 11
6A  Initial communication establishment proceduresUp
7  User verification and file access conditions
7A  Transmission protocols
8  Application and file structureWord-p. 13
9  Security featuresWord-p. 15
10  Structure of commands and responsesWord-p. 16
11  Commands
12  Transmission oriented commands
13  Application independent files
14  Application independent protocolUp
15  Support of APDU-based UICC applications over USB
A (Normative)  UCS2 coding of Alpha fields for files residing on the UICCWord-p. 23
B  Main states of a UICCWord-p. 24
C  APDU protocol transmission examplesWord-p. 25
D  ATR examplesWord-p. 26
E  Security attributes mechanisms and examplesWord-p. 27
F  Example of contents of EFARR '2F06'Word-p. 28
G  Access Rules Referencing (ARR)Up
H (Normative)  List of SFI ValuesWord-p. 29
I  Resets and modes of operationWord-p. 30
J  Example of the use of PINsWord-p. 31
K  Examples of the PIN state transition on multi verification capable UICCWord-p. 32
L  Examples of SET DATA and RETRIEVE DATA usageWord-p. 33
M  Examples of ODD AUTHENTICATE instruction code usageWord-p. 34
N  PCB layout for the MFF [R14]Word-p. 35
O  Change historyWord-p. 36

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