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Does anyone have experience in Java Card Technologies ?
Is there a specific reader that works Out of the Box with the Java Card API. What do I need to get Smart Card Reading/Writing/Programming up and running using Java Card ?

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I believe Circuit Cellar Magazine ran an article on Java Card recently. I did not pursue it because I can do the same thing with a BASIC Card for much less cost.

You may want to search their website or check the online table of contents for articles. I know they offer electronic versions of past and current issues and also of individual articles for sale, and some are available for free download.
 
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