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usim

A Motorola 6809 simulator. Version 0.11 by Ray P. Bellis <rpb@psy.ox.ac.uk>.

ftp://ftp.cns.ox.ac.uk/pub/mc6809/.

USIM

(UMTS Subscriber Identify Module) An application for UMTS cellphones that provides the same features as the SIM card for GSM cellphones. The USIM program runs in a UICC smart card inserted into the phone, which can also be programmed to run on GSM and CDMA networks. See UICC, CSIM and SIM card.
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