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JR/T 0025.11-2013 English PDF (JRT0025.11-2013)

JR/T 0025.11-2013 English PDF (JRT0025.11-2013)

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JR/T 0025.11-2013: China financial integrated circuit card specifications. Part 11: Contactless integrated circuit card communication specification

This Part is applicable to the financial contactless integrated circuit card issued or received by the banks. The using objects are mainly the relevant departments for such card design, manufacture, management, issuance and acceptance and those for the development, integration and maintenance of the application system.
JR/T 0025.11-2013
JR
FINANCIAL INDUSTRY STANDARD
OF THE PEOPLE REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 35.240.40
A 11
Record number.
Replacing JR/T 0025.11-2010
China financial integrated circuit card specifications -
Part 11. Contactless integrated circuit card
communication specification
ISSUED ON. FEBRUARY 05, 2013
IMPLEMENTED ON. FEBRUARY 05, 2013
Issued by. PEOPLE Bank of China
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 4
Introduction ... 6
1 Scope ... 7
2 Normative references ... 7
3 Terms and definitions ... 8
4 Symbols and Abbreviations ... 11
5 Contactless system ... 14
6 Sequence ... 15
6.1 Summary of encoding modes... 16
6.2 Bit rate ... 17
6.3 Type A - Bit encoding requirement ... 18
6.4 Type B - Bit encoding requirement ... 20
6.5 Synchronization and desynchronization ... 22
7 Frame ... 26
7.1 Frame format ... 26
7.2 Frame time sequence ... 30
8 Type A - Commands and responses ... 37
8.1 Type A - Command set ... 37
8.2 Type A - CRC_A ... 37
8.3 WUPA ... 38
8.4 ANTICOLLISION ... 39
8.5 SELECT ... 41
8.6 HLTA ... 42
8.7 Request for Answer To Select (RATS) ... 43
9 Type B - Commands and responses ... 48
9.1 Type B - Command set ... 48
9.2 Type B - CRC_B ... 49
9.3 WUPB ... 49
9.4 ATTRIB ... 55
9.5 HLTB ... 61
10 Type A - PICC state machine ... 61
10.1 State diagram ... 61
10.2 State of Type A PICC ... 63
11 Type B - PICC state machine ... 66
11.1 State diagram ... 66
11.2 State of Type B PICC ... 68
12 PCD handling ... 70
12.1 Primary cycle ... 71
12.2 Polling ... 73
12.3 Collision detection ... 75
12.4 Activation ... 79
12.5 Shifting Out ... 80
12.6 Exception handling ... 82
13 Half-duplex block transmission protocol ... 83
13.1 Block format ... 83
13.2 Waiting Time Extension (WTX) for frame ... 86
13.3 Protocol operation ... 87
Annex A (normative) Values ... 95
Annex B (informative) PCD exception handling ... 97
Bibliography ... 98
Foreword
JR/T 0025 consists of the parts as follows in the general name of ?€?China financial integrated circuit card specifications?€?.
- Part 1. Electronic Purse/Electronic Deposit Card Specification (abolished); - Part 2. Electronic Purse/Electronic Deposit Application Specification (abolished); - Part 3. Application Independent ICC to Terminal Interface Requirements; - Part 4. Debit/credit Application Specifications;
- Part 5. Debit/Credit Application Card Specifications;
- Part 6. Debit/Credit Application Terminal Specifications;
- Part 7. Debit/Credit Application Card Security Specifications;
- Part 8. Contactless Specification Independent of Application
- Part 9. Electronic Purse Extended Application Guide (abolished);
- Part 10. Debit/Credit card Personalization Guide;
- Part 11. Contactless Integrated Circuit Card Communication Specifications; - Part 12. Contactless Integrated Circuit Card Payment Specification;
- Part 13. Low-value Payment Specifications Based on Debit/Credit Application; - Part 14. Comprehensive Application Specification Based on Contactless Low- value Payment Application;
- Part 15. Electronic Cash Dual-currency Payment Specifications;
- Part 16. IC Card Internet Terminal Specifications;
- Part 17. Enhanced Debit/Credit Application Security Specifications.
This Part is Part 11 of JR/T 0025.
This Part was drafted according to the rules specified in GB/T 1.1-2009. This Part replaces JR/T 0025.11-2010 ?€?China financial integrated circuit card specifications - Part 11. Contactless integrated circuit card communication specification?€?.
Compared with JR/T 0025.11-2010, this Part has the main changes as follows. - Foreword is amended;
- Some parameters are amended to be compatible to ISO/IEC 14443.2011.
This Part is proposed by the PEOPLE Bank of China.
This Part is under the jurisdiction of the National Technical Committee on Financial of Standardization Administration of China (SAC/TC 180).
Chief drafting organizations of this Part. People's Bank of China, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Bank of China, China Construction Bank, Agricultural Bank of China, Bank of Communications, Postal Savings Bank of China, China UnionPay, China Financial Computerization Corp., Bank Card Test Center, Zhongchao Credit Card Industry Development Co., Ltd., Giesecke and Devrient (China) Technology Co., Ltd., VeriFone (China) Inc., Fujian Landi Commercial Equipment Co., Ltd.
Chief drafting staff of this Part. Wang Yonghong, Li Xiaofeng, Lu Shuchun, Pan Runhong, Du Ning, Chen Zedong, Wu Xiaoguang, Li Chunhuan, Liu Zhigang, Zhang Yongfeng, Tang Qinying, Li Xin, Zhang Dong, Wang Hongjian, Li Yifan, Yu Qin, Zhou Xinheng, Zhang Bu, Feng Ke, Li Jianfeng, Xiang Qian, Tu Xiaojun, Qi Dapeng, Chen Zhenyu, Zheng Yuanlong, Nie Shu, Ding Ji, Bai Xuejing, Li Zida, Shen Zhuoqun, Liu Shiying, Yu Haitao, Weng Xiucheng
The previous edition of the standard replaced by this Part is as follows. - JR/T 0025.11-2010.
Introduction
This Part is Part 11 of JR/T 0025 and prepared on the basis of JR/T 0025.8; it specifies, in detail, the relevant requirements for wireless communications protocol between contactless equipment and contactless card.
China financial integrated circuit card specifications -
Part 11. Contactless integrated circuit card
communication specification
1 Scope
This Part mainly includes the following contents.
- specifies the symbolic coding technique used by the contactless communication and defines the different logical values according to the symbols and their sequences, and also defines the Type A and Type B respectively according to bit encoding of PCD???PICC and PICC???PCD communication;
- specifies the data frame format used by Type A and Type B. The data bits are transmitted between PCD and PICC as the frame type;
- specifies the Composition mode of Type A and Type B data frames, frame size, frame time sequence, etc.;
- specifies valid command format of PCD in polling, collision detection and PICC activation;
- specifies contents of Type A and Type B PICC at initialization, polling, collision detection and state machine;
- specifies PCD processing flow at the initialization, poll and collision detection of PICC as well as its activation and shifting out.
The half-duplex block transmission protocol defined in this Part is applicable to Type A and Type B and it is used to transmit information (C-APDU and R-APDU) defined by the application layer. The requirements for application layer are not defined in this Part. This Part is applicable to the financial contactless integrated circuit card issued or received by the banks. The using objects are mainly the relevant departments for such card design, manufacture, management, issuance and acceptance and those for the development, integration and maintenance of the application system.
2 Normative references
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest editions of the normative documents (including all the amendments) are applicable to this document.
GB/T 16649.4 Identification cards - Integrated circuit cards - Part 4. Organization, security and commands for interchange (GB/T 16649.4-2010, ISO/IEC 7816-4. 2005, IDT)
JR/T 0025.8 China financial integrated circuit card specifications - Part 8. Contactless specification independent of application
ISO/IEC 13239 Information technology - Telecommunications and information exchange between systems - High-level data link control (HDLC) procedures" 3 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply. 3.1
Integrated circuit (IC)
Electronic devices to implement processing and/or memory functions.
3.2
Contactless
To exchange signal with the card and provide energy to the card without the galvanized components (i.e. without the direct path to the integrated circuit from external interface equipment to the card).
3.3
Contactless integrated circuit(s) card
ID-1 card (as specified in GB/T 14916), equipped with the integrated circuit above and the communication to the integrated circuit is communicated with contactless mode. 3.4
Proximity IC card (PICC)
ID-1 card, equipped with integrated circuit and coupling circuit above and the communication to the integrated circuit is completed by inductance coupling with the proximity coupling equipment.
3.5
Proximity coupling device (PCD)
The read-write equipment which provides energy to PICC with inductance coupling and controls the data exchange with PICC.
3.6
Bit duration
The time during which a logic state is determined and at the end of this time, a new bit will start.
3.7
Binary phase shift keying (BPSK)
Phase shift keying of 180 ?? phase shift, making two phase states possible. 3.8
Modulation index
Defined as [a - b]/[a + b], in which, a and b are peak value and minimum value of signal amplitude.
3.9
Non-return to zero (NRZ-L)
The bit encoding mode; the logic state in bit duration may be expressed by either of two defined physical states of the telecommunication media.
3.10
Subcarrier
RF signal generated by modulation of carrier frequency fc at the frequency fs. 3.11
Anticollision loop
In PCD exciting field, algorithm used when the PCD makes dialogues with one or more PICCs.
3.12
Bit collision detection protocol
Anticollision method within frame used by bit grade for collision detection. The collision happens when at least two PICC send to the complementary bit pattern to PCD. In such cases, the bit patterns are combined, and the carrier wave is modulated by the subcarrier throughout the bit duration (100 %).
PCD detects the col...

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