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The Test Kit for Eclipse KeypleTM SDK aims at helping terminal application developers to fully experience Keyple with a set of Calypso SAM and Calypso certified cards from several manufacturers in various configurations.
This document is the Test Kit user manual: it describes the contents of the kit and provides all the information necessary for its use. Although it does not repeat the elements contained in the Calypso specifications, it provides references and links to useful documents.
Even if Keyple may hide a lot of complexity of Calypso cryptography, the use of these cards and their file structure requires a minimum understanding of Calypso technology.
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