General Information

What types of SIM cards does Smartjac offer?

Smartjac offers a wide range of SIM cards including physical SIM cards and eSIMs. Our primary focus is on LTE 5G SA and Industrial SIM cards. We provide test SIM cards that are used both for lab tests and real deployments, and these can be edited with our SIM Editor tool.

What is the capacity for ordering SIM cards from Smartjac?

Smartjac can provide SIM cards in volumes ranging from 10 pieces to 10,000 or more. Our main business focuses on low volumes and fast deliveries, with all personalization and printing done in-house.

Who are some of Smartjac's key partners?

Our SIM cards are used and deployed by partners such as Nokia, Ericsson, and other network suppliers. We have a strong existing global customer base including industry giants like Facebook/Meta, Google, Microsoft, and many more.

What are the key features of the SMAOT500B 5G UICC SIM card?

  • Seamless 5G access and enhanced security
  • IMSI encryption (SUCI) for subscriber privacy
  • Dynamic control for network operators to manage privacy settings
  • Prioritization of services and control of user QoS & QoE
  • Backward compatibility with 2G/3G/4G and forward compatibility with 5G networks.

How does the Smartjac SIM Editor tool enhance SIM card management?

The Smartjac SIM Editor tool allows for advanced script creation and execution for SIM card administration. It supports UICC cards for 3G/4G/5G and can edit files in USIM and ISIM applications. The tool is optimized for quick content management, enabling users to browse, read, write, and generate dynamic scripts for SIM cards efficiently.

What are some key use cases for 5G SIM cards provided by Smartjac?

  • Security enhancements
  • Subscriber privacy protection
  • Network slicing
  • Enhanced steering of roaming (SoR)
  • 5G private networks
  • Non-3GPP network access
  • V2X in 5G networks
  • Ensuring good quality of experience (QoE)
  • Extended battery life for devices
  • Network resource optimization
  • Proximity services (ProSe)

What environmental initiatives are associated with Smartjac's SIM card offerings?

Smartjac is committed to environmental sustainability through its GREENCONNECT initiative. This includes the use of reduced-size cards, alternative card body materials, eco-friendly packaging, and optimized transportation. The 3R methodology (Reuse, Reduce, Recycle) is applied to products, services, and processes to support sustainable transformation.

How can I get a quote for SIM cards?

For a quote, please send an email to order [at] For technical inquiries, you can contact support [at]

What kind of support does Smartjac offer for SIM card deployment?

Smartjac offers comprehensive support including technical support, installation, setup, maintenance, and application support. We also provide training sessions for secure key generation and provisioning at the customer site.

5G Cards Info

What are the key features required for 5G SIM card provisioning according to the 5G User Guide?

  • Security: Implementation of various UST services and EF files for secure mobility management.
  • Subscriber Privacy: Usage of SUPI (Subscription Permanent Identifier) and SUCI (Subscription Concealed Identifier) for protecting subscriber identity.
  • Network Slicing: Configuring User Equipment Route Selection Policy (URSP) and supporting closed access groups.
  • Enhanced Steering of Roaming (SoR): Configuring SoR parameters in EF files.
  • 5G Private Networks: Specific configurations for Standalone Non-Public Networks (SNPN) and Public Network Integrated Non-Public Networks (PNI-NPN).
  • Non-3GPP Network Access: Trusted non-3GPP network access configurations.
  • V2X in 5G Network: V2X configuration parameters stored in USIM.
  • Ensuring Good Quality of Experience: Multi-device and multi-identity support in USIM/ISIM.
  • Extended Battery Life for RedCa: Configurations for eDRX and PSM.
  • Network Resource Optimization: Unified Access Control settings.
  • Unleashing Deployment of New Services: Remote file management and access to IMS networks.
  • ProSe Proximity Services: Configuration for direct discovery and communication in 5G networks.

What is the purpose of the 5G Parameter Checklist in the provisioning process?

  • Requirement Specification: Helps telecom engineers specify all necessary parameters and configurations for 5G SIM card provisioning.
  • Avoiding Iterations: Ensures that all key features are discussed and agreed upon with the customer early in the project to avoid industrialization iterations and lengthy timelines.
  • Compliance: Ensures that configurations adhere to the latest standards and customer requirements.

How is security managed in 5G SIM cards?

  • Mobility Management:
    • UST Service 20 and associated files for User Controlled PLMN selector.
    • UST Service 42 and 43 for Operator Controlled PLMN selector and HPLMN selector.
    • EF5GS3GPPLOCI and EF5GSN3GPPLOCI for location information.
  • Secondary Keys:
    • UST Service 123 and 133 with EF5GAUTHKEYS for authentication keys.
  • USAT Pairing:
    • Pairing of allowed IMEI(SV) values stored in EFIAL (6FF0).

How does the 5G SIM card ensure subscriber privacy?

  • SUPI and SUCI Management:
    • Storing SUPI type as IMSI in the 5G SIM card.
    • Configuring EFSUPI_Calc_Info for SUCI calculation, including Protection Scheme Identifier and Home Network Public Key list.
  • EF Files:
    • EF files like EFSUCI_Calc_Info and EFRouting_Indicator configured as per project-specific requirements.

What configurations are required for Network Slicing in 5G SIM cards?

  • User Equipment Route Selection Policy (URSP):
    • URSP rules stored in EFURSP, defining how traffic should be routed based on application requirements.
    • Example coding for URSP rules includes traffic descriptors, network slice selection, SSC mode, DNN selection, and access type preference.
  • Toolkit Support:
    • TERMINAL PROFILE bit 4 of byte 36 for Network Slicing information.
    • Closed Access Group (CAG) information stored in EFCAG (4F0D).

How is Enhanced Steering of Roaming (SoR) managed in 5G SIM cards?

  • Steering of Roaming Connected Mode Control Information:
    • Storing SOR-CMCI rules in EFSOR-CMCI (4F0E).
    • Coding SoR-CMCI rules as per 3GPP TS 24.501 standards.
    • Example coding includes TSOR-CM timer values and DNN values.

What are the necessary configurations for 5G Private Networks in SIM cards?

  • Standalone Non-Public Networks (SNPN):
    • Configuring EF files like EFPWS_SNPN and EFNID for network identifiers and public warning systems.
    • Subscriber identity settings for non-IMSI SUPI.
  • Public Network Integrated Non-Public Networks (PNI-NPN):
    • Subscriber identity settings for either IMSI or NAI SUPI.

How is V2X technology integrated into 5G SIM cards?

  • V2X Configuration in USIM:
    • Configuring EF files under DFV2X, such as EFVST for service tables, EFV2X_CONFIG for configuration data, EFV2XP_PC5 for data policies over PC5, and EFV2XP_Uu for data policies over Uu interfaces.
  • Priority Order:
    • Using V2X configuration parameters from the UE policy delivery service, V2X application server, USIM, and pre-configured parameters in ME.

Technical Information

What is the SIM personalization or SIM provisioning process?

The SIM personalization or provisioning process involves several key steps to ensure the secure and accurate deployment of SIM cards. This includes generating operational keys, configuring SIM profiles, designing printing, validating pre-production cards, producing cards, and securely sending key lists. For more details, please contact support here or email us at customer.service [at]

How can I transfer my SIM Editor license to a new PC?

Transferring the SIM Editor license involves installing the software on the new PC, initiating a license transfer request from the new PC, generating a new license on the current licensed PC, and finally activating the license on the new PC. For more detailed instructions, please contact support here or email us at customer.service [at]

How do I resolve issues with the SIM Editor License Manager?

If the License Manager starts correctly but the SIM Editor window fails to appear, try refreshing the License Manager, ensure the software was installed with administrative rights, and check for network and security software interactions. Additional steps include uninstalling and reinstalling the software, and verifying that the operating system is a 64-bit version of Windows. For more help, please contact support here or email us at customer.service [at]

What are Access Class Barring (ACC) settings and how do I configure them?

Access Class Barring (ACC) settings are managed in the EF_ACC file under USIM (identifier '6F78'). ACC is used to control access attempts by allocating specific classes. These classes are defined in binary format, where each bit represents an access control class. For instance, setting ACC numbers 1 and 4 involves configuring the binary value accordingly and entering it into the ACC file. For detailed guidance, please contact support here or email us at customer.service [at]

How do I handle communication errors with a PC/SC reader?

Communication errors with a PC/SC reader, such as "The Smart Card Resource Manager is not running," can be resolved by checking the Smart Card service status, updating drivers, avoiding software conflicts, ensuring proper settings in VMware if used, and trying different USB ports. For detailed troubleshooting steps, please contact support here or email us at customer.service [at]

Does the SMAOT500B card support 5G features such as URSP and network slicing?

Yes, the SMAOT500B card supports URSP and network slicing. It can be configured to determine how to route outgoing traffic using UE Route Selection Policies. For more details, please contact support here or email us at customer.service [at]

Can the SIM card support both 5G_AKA and EAP_AKA_PRIME authentication?

Yes, Smartjac's 5G SIM cards support both 5G_AKA and EAP_AKA_PRIME authentication methods without any additional configuration required on the card. These protocols are used for primary authentication in 5G networks. For more information, please contact support here or email us at customer.service [at]

What is the process for handling SUCI data on 5G cards?

SUCI data on 5G cards involves configuring files under USIM in DF 5FC0 and DF 5FD0. SUCI uses asymmetric cryptography with key pairs, where the public key is stored on the card and the private key is on the network. For detailed configuration instructions, please contact support here or email us at customer.service [at]

How can I implement TUAK instead of Milenage for authentication?

Transitioning to the TUAK algorithm involves reprogramming the SIM card to support the new keys and creating specific files. The TUAK OP key must be extended to 32 bytes. For assistance with configuration, please contact support here or email us at customer.service [at]

What are the general technical specifications for Smartjac's SIM cards?

Smartjac's SIM cards feature Java Card 3.1.0, 3GPP Release 16, GlobalPlatform 2.3, and support for OTA updates over SMS and HTTPs. They include hardware accelerators for cryptography, support various authentication algorithms (Milenage, TUAK, XOR), and offer multiple interfaces and memory specifications. For detailed specifications, please contact support here or email us at customer.service [at]