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Java Card for PayTv Application

Dutta, Pallab;
Open Access English
  • Published: 24 Jun 2013
Abstract
Smart cards are widely used along with PayTV receivers to store secret user keys and to perform security functions to prevent any unauthorized viewing of PayTV channels. Java Card technology enables programs written in the Java programming language to run on smart cards. Smart cards represent one of the smallest computing platforms in use today. The memory configuration of a smart card are of the order of 4K of RAM, 72K of EEPROM, and 24K of ROM. Using Java card provides advantages to the industry in terms of ease of coding, faster time to market and faster upgrades as compared to plain smart cards . Also different applications like payTV, e-commerce, health-car...
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free text keywords: Computer Science - Cryptography and Security
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[14] ISO/IEC 7816-4: Information technology - Identification cards - Integrated circuit(s) cards with contacts - Part 4: Inter industry commands for interchange, International Organization for Standardization, 1997. Mr.Pallab Dutta is working in C-DOT (Centre For Development Of Telematics) for last 16 years. He has worked in various fields/projects of Telecommunication during this tenure. His area of interests are Embedded system design, High Performance Computing, Cryptography, Multi-Agent system etc. He Did BTech from REC (presently known as NIT) Calicut in ECE in 1997. He completed his ME (CSE) in 2007 and presently pursuing his PhD in CSE.

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