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11.1.19  TERMINAL CAPABILITYp. 114

11.1.19.1  Functional descriptionp. 114

This function is used to inform the UICC about terminal capability.
As a precondition to all the provisions in subsequent clauses, this command shall not be issued by the terminal if the Terminal capability mechanism is not indicated inside the supported system command field; see clause 11.1.1.4.6.8.
Input:
  • Terminal capabilities.
Output:
  • None.

11.1.19.2  Command parameters and datap. 115

11.1.19.2.0  Base codingp. 115
Code Value
CLAAs specified in clause 10.1.1
INSAs specified in clause 10.1.2
P1'00'
P2'00'
LcLength of the subsequent data field
DataCommand data
LeNot present
Command data:
The command data are organized inside the constructed TLV object for terminal capability information:
Byte(s) Description Length
1Terminal capability constructed Tag = 'A9'1
2Length1
3 to 2+XProprietary data, constructedX
The following TLV objects are defined for the terminal capability template (tag 'A9'). Additional private TLV objects (bits b7 and b8 of the first byte of the tag set to 1) may be present after the TLV objects defined in this clause.
Description Tag Clause
Terminal power supply'80' 11.1.19.2.1
Extended logical channels terminal support'81' 11.1.19.2.2
Additional interfaces support'82' 11.1.19.2.3
Additional Terminal capability indications related to eUICC'83' 11.1.19.2.4
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11.1.19.2.1  Terminal power supplyp. 115
Terminals shall issue the TERMINAL CAPABILITY command with a terminal power supply TLV object during a new card session before the first application selection.
The terminal power supply is indicated by tag '80' within the constructed TLV object. The first byte indicates the actual used supply voltage class. The coding of this byte is the same as for the supply voltage class indication in the ATR, see Table 6.1. Unused bits are set to RFU. The second byte indicates the maximum available power supply in mA for the actual used supply voltage class.
Byte(s) Description Value Length
1Tag'80'1
2Length'03'1
3Actual used Supply voltage class1
4Maximum available power supply of the terminal'0A' to '3C'1
5Actual used clock frequency'0A' to 'FF'1
The actual used clock frequency is coded in Hexadecimal format. The resolution is 0,1 MHz, i.e. '0A' is 1 MHz and 'FE' is 25,4 MHz. The value 'FF' indicates that no clock frequency is indicated.
For the Maximum available power supply of the terminal, it is advised that terminal only uses values corresponding to 10 mA, 30 mA and 60 mA.
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11.1.19.2.2  Extended logical channels terminal supportp. 115
Terminals supporting more logical channels than the standard logical channels shall indicate it to the UICC by issuing the TERMINAL CAPABILITY command with an extended logical channels terminal support TLV object during a new card session before the first application selection.
The present document only allows an extended logical channels terminal support TLV with zero length. In order to allow future extensions of this TLV, a UICC implemented according to the present document shall interpret any extended logical channels terminal support TLV as if it was sent with zero length.
The extended logical channels terminal support is indicated by tag '81' within the constructed TLV object.
Byte(s) Description Value Length
1Tag'81'1
2Length'00'1
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11.1.19.2.3  Additional interfaces supportp. 116
Terminals supporting an interface in addition to the interface defined in the present document and present in the list below (e.g. the UICC-CLF interface as defined in ETSI TS 102 613 [19]) shall indicate it to the UICC by issuing the TERMINAL CAPABILITY command with an additional interface support TLV object during a new card session before the first application selection.
In order to allow future extensions of this TLV, a UICC implemented according to the present document shall ignore any additional bytes in the TLV.
The additional interfaces support is indicated by tag '82' within the constructed TLV object.
Byte(s) Description Value Length
1Tag'82'1
2Length'01'1
3 Additional interface, see Table 11.20a1
b8 b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 Meaning
-------1 UICC-CLF interface according to ETSI TS 102 613 [19] supported
-------0 UICC-CLF interface according to ETSI TS 102 613 [19] not supported
xxxxxxx-RFU
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11.1.19.2.4  Additional Terminal capability indications related to eUICCp. 116
Terminals supporting eUICC functionality, as defined in GSMA SGP.22 [33], shall indicate it to the UICC by issuing the TERMINAL CAPABILITY command with an additional terminal capability indication related to eUICC TLV object during a new card session before the first application selection.
The terminal capability indications related to eUICC functionality are indicated by tag '83' within the constructed TLV object.
Byte(s) Description Value Length
1Tag'83'1
2LengthX1
3 to X+2 Terminal capabilities for eUICC, see RSP Device Capabilities in GSMA SGP.22 [33]X
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