WO1998057474A1 - Smart card, cordless telephone, system and method for access and communication by internet - Google Patents

Smart card, cordless telephone, system and method for access and communication by internet Download PDF

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WO1998057474A1
WO1998057474A1 PCT/FR1998/001225 FR9801225W WO9857474A1 WO 1998057474 A1 WO1998057474 A1 WO 1998057474A1 FR 9801225 W FR9801225 W FR 9801225W WO 9857474 A1 WO9857474 A1 WO 9857474A1
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Clayton Simmons
Philippe Martineau
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Abstract

The invention concerns a method and a system for using a smart card capable of being inserted in a terminal equipped with an explorer, comprising the following steps: storing in the card an Internet provider's address, an IP address and the card user's other personal Internet data; inserting the card in a card reader connected to the terminal; and activating the explorer to use the personal Internet data when the terminal is connected to Internet.

Description

SMART CARD, TELEPHONE WIRELESS SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR ACCESS AND COMMUNICATION INTERNET.

The invention relates generally to smart cards, digital communication and, specifically, digital cordless phones and the Internet and, in particular, exchange and storage of data via the Internet through smart cards, digital communication and particularly digital cordless phones.

A number of standards for wireless telephony are currently used in the world. One of them, the GSM is widely adopted in Europe and used in various parts of the United States. The GSM system has demonstrated access OTA (over the air, air) to the subscriber identity module (Subscriber Identification Module, SIM) in mobile phones, which often takes the form of a card chip of the subscriber, and which is a means for remotely controlling the telephone subscription. In addition, it is possible with GSM data download an application from the network to a smart card in the handset. Such access to a smart card has not been standardized, but it was added or inserted, the SMS channel (short message service, short message service). The SMS channel is currently the only standard channel directly in contact with the smart card to be used by GSM. The success of this concept is, downloading an application to a smart phone into a wireless card, was so great that at present, all smart card vendors have developed their own private protocol using SMS, and OTA service has become an essential feature for wireless network operators in many countries, including the United States.

The fact that there is no standardization on how to download many disadvantages. For example, applications must meet different protocols, each of which offers different opportunities, resulting in a reduction of available services because it can be several different protocols. Other restrictions on the implementation of this download are that the SMS channel was originally intended for text messages, and is unidirectional accordingly. It has a maximum capacity of 140 bytes per message. Obviously, this does not allow a duplex exchange. It can be used to download information into the map "blindly". The SMS channel can not be used effectively as a write channel and remote reading to the card. At present, the United States, contrary to what happens in Europe, where the GSM network and the wireless phone accept chip cards, using little devices accepting chip cards. A single wireless technology provides a map interface chip, and although the OTA existing service meets the current needs of GSM operators, it does not provide independent developers an open channel to develop applications and provide wireless applications microchip.

In addition, the United States, the Federal

Communications Commission (Federal Communications Commission

Telecommunications) sell PCS licenses. So there is no nationwide coverage through a single system, or standard technology. The decision on the protocol to be used and the material to be used is a decision left to the licensee. As a result, independent developers, for example, banks, medical institutions, etc., can develop their application for a technology standard or unique wireless but need to develop several technologies, of which there are seven different US. The differences between these technologies essentially resident in the air interface between the handset and the base station, while other services are relatively identical in the case of the implementation of a digital cellular network. Standards Authorities have now identified seven air interfaces used in the United States. One aspect of the present invention is to provide a means of communication that is independent of these seven technologies, a merger between these technologies to form a common basis. 1 A recent trend in the industry is to have Internet access from handheld devices, such phones without son, as provided herein as a technological gateway that provides a solution to the problem mentioned above above. Wireless phone manufacturers have developed new Internet protocols, HDML of Uplanet, TTML Nokia etc but these devices both have a reduced or limited CPU power, and low display capabilities. Several wireless phone manufacturers have developed home explorers to fit the environment of portable wireless devices, for example display three lines of alphanumeric characters, complete visible memory, small keyboard with scroll keys and full function keyboard etc. Whether there will be a single browser implemented on different technologies, or several different browsers to choose from, does not matter, and should pose no problem for the applicant's invention. The applicant has sought to implement a smart card for use with an explorer. The map and the filing system is not based on the technology used by the browser to connect to the Internet but connect to the Internet with any browser. To overcome the deficiencies of the prior state of the art, the applicant provides an interface with a phone explorer, instead of having an interface with the telephone operator system. Thus, one has better technology, which is an independent communications solution for PCS. On the other hand, the explorers as proposed in wireless telephony are still closely linked to an air interface, whether SMS, CDPD, etc. However, the browser provides access without difficulty

Internet, and now is the best entry point to support an "interface" open for portable devices.

At present, companies like Uplanet offer explorers for several technologies, CDMA, CDPD, AMPS, etc., and because of the nature of Internet applications, have adopted an "open protocol" so that can be supported by various providers explorer; Nokia has released such TTML and Uplanet recently released HTML, two protocols to apparently use freely. These companies actually establish a de facto standard instead of going through the regulatory authorities. One aspect of the present invention relates to a technical solution that involves using a chip in a wireless handset card, allowing exchange of data between the smart card (in the cordless handset), and the data provided over the internet . Internet received data may be stored in the smartcard for later use, or can be displayed in part on the wireless phone. The chip card carries its own elements of authentication, cryptographic encoding and security, and so provides the necessary security of transmitted and received data, and the necessary security of the stored data. For example, applications such information.The banking, electronic purse, medical information can be exchanged with cryptographic code, authentication, etc., if necessary by a cordless phone while using the Internet for fast transfer and effective data, fast and efficient transfer is not assured by the operator's channel telephone network, and is in particular not provided by the SMS channel. The user can remove the smart card and insert it into any mobile phone equipped with a slit and an explorer. It is independent of the local wireless telephone system, and should work with all the different local wireless phone protocols. The user does not restrict the use of the smart card to wireless phones, but can be used as multi-card for other applications, eg banking details, e-wallet, credit card information medical, etc., and can read the card or write on as permitted a card reader or cable or fixed terminal.

One of the drawbacks of explorers in wireless phone technology is the management of IP (Internet Provider) supplier

Internet. The son without phones that are currently delivered with an explorer have a single input IP address permanently engraved for example in the phone. This not only takes time and is difficult to manage, but is also relatively expensive, because the IP addresses are engraved in advance without knowing whether the end user will use the Internet. In the case of the present invention, the IP address is removed from the phone to be on a smart card. This allows better management of IP addresses, particularly the allocation of IP addresses on a per need, and they can be supplied OTA after the user has purchased the phone. The adaptation of the Internet is controlled by the user, and is carried out via the service provider. Also, once the smart card has accessed the Internet, that is to say that an IP address is inserted into the card, the next access is independent of the phone where the user can insert his card and use.

Another aspect of the invention consists in that a part of the information currently stored in the browser may be moved in the portable smart card. In other words, the smart card personalizes any browser that is connected to the SIM similarly that personalized the handset. User-specific information is then stored in the removable and portable location, namely the smart card, with different data items, email addresses, lists of bookmarks, cookies files, cache, etc.

The service provider or network operator or independent, may also want to control access to services that are part of the bouquet of phone subscription. The smart card according to the present invention may control the services available on the Internet. This would be similar to the NDR control of the GSM system. The smart card as used in the present invention, for example, could include fixed bookmarks restrict Internet access to certain services subscribed. This is an option that may be selected.

The smart card of the applicant of the invention can support multiple applications, in addition to access to

Internet. It is necessary to make these applications accessible from the handset MMI, to create an infrastructure for applications based on the smart card, for example, screen, keyboard, data line, tone, etc. This requires an online connection, or can function without connection, no difference. The concept here is to use microserveurs located in the smart card as if each was a remote server on the Internet. The microserveurs may also support an application for use outside Internet.

Let's look at the microserveurs. First, they can run applications like any Internet server. These applications would use a coding website, and would provide additional security. The interface between the MicroServer and explorer would be normalized. In the detailed description is a description of a protocol. More sophisticated protocols will likely be developed. The microserveurs have a way to address to be accessible from the Internet, such as MS No. 1. This would ensure a connection between a Web application and MicroServer 1 for data exchange. For example, if the IP address of the browser's IP No. 1, the MicroServer is identified as MS No. 1 IP @ No. 1. Safety is always a concern. Since the MicroServer is on the smart card, it can become a secure server by checking whether that accessing the card from the Internet, or the conditions of access to files and functions per application including secure authentication on the Internet . This could include paid access to use the service available on the internet. With this security, Internet applications can download the information to the card safely.

Another advantage of the applicant's invention is that it might be desirable to download a new version of the browser on the internet. The air interfaces do not provide the option to download more than a hundred bytes at a time. With a smart card interface to the browser, and a technology smart card providing 16 K 32 K, etc., exist on the smart card a vehicle to load explorer updates to the phone without thread. The smart card interface of the browser could be used to download the new browser from the Internet to the card, where it is temporarily stored, and then to download it from the card to the Explorer. The new browser would update or replace the old Explorer and expand the possibilities.

A further aspect of the invention lies in the ability to use the smart card on pay phones, some of which have a double line display, a small central unit, a keyboard interface card chip and a telephone line. This allows access to Internet public pay phone.

The smart card of the present invention is not limited to use on wireless phones, but can be used in a card reader for fixed terminals backhaul.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

According to one aspect of the invention there is provided a new smart card, which stores an Internet provider address on the map. The card can be read from a digital telephone with an explorer: the card is inserted in a digital telephone, browser reads the address of the Internet service provider and the user connects to the Internet. The card may also include additional data captured by the digital phone and / or Internet, including user ID and password, email address, address book, email, bookmarks, bookmarks fixed. The card may contain a cache memory and a cookie. One aspect of the invention is that the card can be distributed to a user without IP address. When the user wants to access the Internet with his card, the IP address can be entered at that time, and if the user uses a digital mobile phone, it can be entered in air. The card can further contain one or more microserveurs, each having an address and an ID microserver for exchanging data with the Internet. The map can be included an authentication program, a cryptographic code, and other appropriate security programs, for the transfer of confidential information between the card and the Internet, and the necessary security of data stored on the card.

Another aspect of the invention resides in a digital wireless telephone system that can be connected to the Internet, wherein a plurality of cordless telephones are each equipped with an Internet browser and an insertion slot of a card smart. Smart cards are given to users of the phone, and a user card may be inserted into the housing of any of the phones. Each card includes a memory for storing the IP address of the user. Thus, a user can connect a Wireless Internet phone by inserting the smart card in the phone slot, making the Internet connection through the network, and activating the IP address.

The system further includes a map memory for storing and entering data which are useful over the internet. For example the user ID and password, email address, address book, email, bookmarks, fixed bookmarks, cache and cookies. It is envisaged that the IP address of the user is initially downloaded to the card from the operator of the cellular network, for example through the SMS channel.

Another aspect of the invention is a method of operating a smart card which is plugged into a digital telephone. It includes the steps of storing on the map an internet provider address for a user of the card, plug the card into a card reader connected to a digital phone, and activating the phone to use the Internet provider address on the card when the phone is connected to the Internet. One of the process features is that the address of the supplier entered on the air in card, while the card is connected to a digital telephone. Another aspect of the method includes the steps of storing on the map various information useful items to operate the card on the Internet, including user ID and password, email address, bookmark email, fixed bookmark, cache and cookie.

According to another aspect of the invention in terms of structure and process at least one application is stored in the card in the microserver, the microserver and includes a stored web page, a microserver address, an identification, one authentication and the communication protocol with a digital phone, and can be expanded to include access to files and functions stored on the card. The method and apparatus of the invention also include downloading, that is to say in particular the modification of the application on the card where one information is exchanged over the Internet transparency for the protocol layer used by a wireless phone network operator. Other objects and advantages of the invention will become apparent from the detailed description below in connection with the accompanying drawings.

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Figure 1 is a diagram illustrating aspects of the invention.

Figure 2 is a block diagram illustrating aspects of the phone and the card of the invention.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS

1 shows a digital cordless telephone 10 having a slot 12 to receive a removable smart card 14. The phone may include a slot or additional slots not shown, for a SIM mobile and / or removable prepaid cards as shown and described in US patent applications pending of the present applicant, serial No. 08 / 634.188 filed on 19 April 1996 and 08 / 738.256 filed October 28, 1996, both assigned to the assignee of the present application and both incorporated in herein by reference, and an integral part.

The phone 10 includes an antenna 16 for communicating with an operator 18 of cellular telephone network, and an internal browser that enables communication via the telephone operator on the Internet via a service company 22 Internet.

The smart card 14 is preferably in accordance with ISO 7816-1 and -2, although any suitable or conventional card can be used.

Figure 2 shows some of the parts of the telephone 10 and the card 14. The communication between the phone and the card is via the contacts on the card, and the corresponding contacts on the phone, and if the ISO is used contacts are in number of six or eight and provide serial communication. This is shown schematically in Figure 2 as reference 24. The telephone includes an operating system 30, a browser 32, a display 34, which may typically display up

3 lines of text, a keyboard 36, and the circuit 38 and the telephone connection to the antenna 16 required.

The explorer needs an IP address for Internet access. In the embodiment of Figure 2, the address is stored in the card 14 to the memory location 40. The IP address stored in

40 can be entered into the smart card after the phone and the card were made, and when the card is presented to a user. The user inserts the card in the handset, dial the Internet provider of the service number, and registers with the service from the handset, as is done from a computer terminal. The IP address may also be entered from a post.

Additional data for the net and / or the telephone may be stored in additional registers. For example, an ID and password can be stored in a register 42, an email address in a register 44, an email address book in a register 46; bookmarks can be stored in a register 48, and fixed bookmarks in a register 50. Fixed bookmarks can come from the card or be bookmarks that the operator insert telephone network in the card when the phone is used on his system. In addition, there may be a cache memory 54 and a cookies to register 56. The various registers 40-56 are assigned to the memory, and are not necessarily a fixed location register. It is important to note that the smart card 14 having stored personal data in the registers 40-56 can be separated from the explorer and removed from the handset. The user can take the smart card 1 and insert into any other handset equipped with a slit and a browser, and connect to the Internet 1 by means of some explorer whether located in the new handset . In addition, it is envisaged that when backhaul to terminals, for example, non wireless terminals are equipped with smart card readers, the map of the present invention can be used for example in pay phones, personal computers , PDAs, etc.

In addition, there is in the smart card a series of microserveurs represented here as the address of MicroServer 1 and 2 address the MicroServer under the respective references 61 and 62. It should be understood that the invention is not limited to two microserveurs, but may have one or more. The size of microserveurs can also be flexible, and allocated as needed. A classic MicroServer includes a web page, an address, for example MS or MS No. 1 No. 2

(IP address), an identification number, an authentication mechanism, a communication protocol with the Explorer, and the ability to check the conditions of access to files and functions. The communication protocol with the explorer may be nothing more than entry and data recovery. Alternatively, a more elaborate language can be developed, for example SCML. Communication between the microserver and the explorer is done via the contacts of the card, in the same way that any communication between the components of the card and the explorer and telephone.

Access conditions refer to the circuit board, which is invoked as needed, and that is usually involved in the cryptographic code and 1 authentication when information is displaced from or to the card, and also when some information is stored in the card. Any suitable or conventional equipment cryptographic encoding, authentication and additional security can be integrated with the card. Several techniques are now well known and widely used, and reference is made to a number of books on the subject, for example Davies, DW and Price, L Security for Communications Networks 1984 John iley or PL Hawkes, Davies, DW and Price, WL Integrated Circuit Cards, Tags and tokens 1990 DSP Professional Books, Blackwell Scientific Publications Ltd., Oxford. The important point is that any suitable or conventional system of cryptographic encoding, authentication and security can be used and incorporated into the card. In addition to the ID list of files and functions, there may be a data compression algorithm (not shown) and data management of files or data assignment.

A MicroServer stores in general an application. An example application is a program that allows access to the bank account of a user. At present, his bank account can be searched on the web, for example retrieve the last five installments or the last five checks that were presented, the balance of different accounts, and other information, all very similar to the type information currently provided by DAB bank. A second application example would be an electronic wallet. In the case of an electronic wallet, a certain amount of money is electronically stored in the card. When the user wishes to make a purchase, such as a candy bar in a dispenser, instead of paying in cash, the card is inserted into a drive of the distributor, and the machine "removes" the value of the card of item purchased, and the article is delivered. It is also envisaged that some stores, such as fast-food type, are charging the electronic wallet of the smartcard. Upon payment, the card is inserted into a slot of the cash register and the cash register indicates the amount due, and this amount is removed from the map. Another aspect is the ability to replenish the purse money. At present, the user brings the card to an ATM between a PIN, and downloads or withdraw money from a bank account and stores the card. In one embodiment of the present invention, the card would be inserted in a wireless phone, wireless service would connect to the Internet and MicroServer call, or bookmark call the user's bank, and after a successful exchange authentication, verification and security, the user could download a value or "money" in the electronic wallet card. The details of the electronic wallet are not described in this application, as they are known, and reference is made, for example, experience being conducted with the electronic purse by Chase Bank of New - York on the west side of Manhattan. Further information can be obtained from the assignee of the applicant, which manufactures smart card type electronic purse. Another example of using MicroServer could be the update of the explorer in the handset. As explorers improve and become more sophisticated, it is desirable to update or get a more elaborate version of an explorer. The OTA channel (SMS Short Message Service for GSM) wireless phone operator is not always adequate to reload the Explorer, because it takes too long and cumbersome. An effective way is to download the new version of the browser from the card to replace, update, explorer in the handset. An important aspect of the Applicant's structure is that it allows easy data exchange between the user of a wireless phone and a data source, be it a bank, a source data, or any other application on the Internet.

As another example, new applications can be added to the smart card. For example, if the smart card must be used to access a facility protected by a door lock smart card, the key to unlocking and 1 opening of the door of this installation can be downloaded from the Internet. Of course, proper authentication and cryptographic code should be used for any sensitive data, be it banking information, transfer money, or opening the door of a protected space. Another example of application, which involves the transfer of a large amount of data regarding medical records. A user could be stored in one of microserveurs his personal medical file, for example current health status, treatments, recent consultations, names of doctors, etc. It will be appreciated that the present invention overcomes some of the deficiencies of the current system, and offers a universal approach to the Internet and smart card to transfer data efficiently, and if necessary security between a wireless phone and a data source, Internet and a smart card. In Figure 2, the various registers and the list of files and service functions are all contained in a single integrated circuit chip. From the perspective of data security, it is slightly better to have everything in one chip. There is an economic consideration, and with the evolution of the production of integrated circuits, it is also more advantageous to have all the components in a single chip. However, the real choice is the manufacturer of integrated circuits, and may use any suitable or conventional design. Furthermore, connections are presented as made by contacts according to ISO 8. Connections can be kind of contact list, or any other suitable or conventional contacts can be used or that may occur during the patent life.

The disclosed devices and achievements illustrate the principles of the invention. In light of this teaching, it is clear that other devices can be developed by specialists in the art without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention.

Claims

1. Smartcard comprising means mémorisation the address of an Internet service provider in a à smart card, and means in the card for reading said address à from a browser in a terminal, said explorer reading said Internet provider address when said card is connectée said terminal.
2. The card of claim 1, wherein said means for mémorisation includes personal Internet données the user of the card, including ID and password.
3. Card according to claim 2, wherein said means includes means for mémorisation mémorisation of données sélectionnées from a group comprising an email address @, notebook email addresses, bookmarks, bookmarks fixed, a mémoire cache and a cookie.
4. The card of claim 1, wherein said means mémorisation address of the supplier
Internet is a programmable read mémoire in which an address is entrée après discount card à a user.
5. Smartcard for use with a terminal, comprising a mémoire mémorisation for an IP address of the user of the card, and a itinéraire from said terminal to said mémoire reading said IP address to said terminal, said user can easily connect Internet à à équipés from multiple terminals of a card reader.
6. The card of claim 5, further comprising a microserver comprising a server address, an ID, an authentication program, and a communication protocol for échange of données Internet.
7. The card of claim 6, wherein said card further comprising a file list ID and functions, and said microserver including the conditions of accès said files and said functions.
8. The card of claim 5, wherein said mémoire map further comprises an ID, a password, an email address, an address book e-mail, and bookmarks.
9. Système of téléphone without numérique wire can être connecté à Internet, comprising:
(A) a wireless équipés téléphones pluralité of an Internet browser with a slot for insertion of a smart card à,
(B) a chip card à pluralité for the insérer removably façon into the slot of téléphones, with a card in the slot of a télé à phone any time, each card featuring a mémoire for mémorisation of a user's IP address, a user can connect a wireless Internet téléphones à in insérant map à chip of the user into the slot of téléphone by calling à Internet connection numéro réseau on, and activating the IP adress.
10. Système according to claim 9, wherein said IP address is in téléchargée aérien to map.
11. Système according to claim 9, wherein said mémoire map further comprises a mémoire for mémorisation of données sélectionnées in a group consisting of an ID, a password, an email address of the user, an address book, email, bookmarks, fixed bookmarks, cache and a mémoire a cookie, said items of data ée étant mémorisés in the card of the user, and étant available for use with a browser on any combiné in which the card is inséré e.
12. Syst├¿me according to claim 9, further comprising the application of m├⌐moris├⌐es card in said card, and said applications ├⌐tant t├⌐l├⌐charg├⌐es to m├ ⌐moire card by interm├⌐diaire Internet.
13. Système according to claim 12, wherein one of said applications is mémorisée in a microserver of said card.
14. Système according to claim 13, wherein said microserver comprising a web page, an address, an ID, a séquence authentication, and a communication protocol with the explorer.
15. Système according to claim 14, wherein said card further comprises file lists ID and functions, and said microserver has possibilité of vérifier conditions accès said files and said functions.
16. Procédé using a à pluggable smart card in a terminal of an explorer équipé comprising the étapes consisting à mémoriser in the map the address an Internet provider to a card user, insert the card into a card reader connecté to the terminal, and activate the browser for using the Internet address of the supplier when the terminal is connecté à Internet.
17. Procédé according to claim 16, comprising the étape consisting à enter the address of the supplier on the card while the card is connectée à a terminal.
18. Procédé according to claim 17, wherein said terminal is a wireless téléphone.
19. Procédé according to claim 16, comprising the étapes consisting à mémoriser in a card ID and a user password, and sélectionnées données from a group including an email address, an email address book, a bookmark, a fixed bookmark, mémoire cache and a cookie, personal données user étant m émorisées in the map, which map may être connectée à explorer équipant the terminal.
20. Procédé according to claim 16, further comprising the étapes consisting à mémoriser at least one application in the card in at least one microserver, said application having a web page mémoris ée, an address of the microServer, identification, authentication, a communication protocol with the explorer, and the accès mémorisés files and functions on the card.
21. Procédé according to claim 20, said applying téléchargée étant à to map from the internet.
22. Procédé according to claim 21, further comprising the cryptographic encoding étapes téléchargée of the application, and at least a portion mémorisation said application in a form cryptée protégée.
23. Procédé according to claim 22, wherein said card encrypts at least a portion of said transmitted données microserver said explorer, the confidentialité and sécurité said données being in améliorées.
24. Procédé according to claim 20, said mobile terminal étant a téléphone, and further comprising the étapes consisting à mémoriser an application in the card, said téléchargée étant application aérien à from the Internet to the card while the card is in said movable téléphone.
25. Procédé according to claim 20, wherein said card is plugged into différents terminals, a user can accéder without problème à à Internet from any terminal using his personal Internet données mémorisées on the map.
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