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Make a GSM sim using PIC Microcontroller
posted September 21 2013 15:26.53 by spic0m




Here is a project from EHobbyProjects which demonstrates their hack for emulating a GSM SIM card using a microcontroller, EEPROM and SIM card adapter. Their instructions include reading the IMSI and KI data from the original SIM, and then using their Configurator program and hex programming files in conjunction with a PIC16F877 and 24C64 EEPROM to modify and load the desired SIM data into the PIC. Once programmed, the PIC/EEPROM SIM emulation device is connected to the GSM phone via a SIM card adapter.

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