TAP3 DLL

The Transferred Account Procedure 3 (TAP3) DLL is a software component that supports the encoding and decoding of data files in ASN.1 format as defined in the GSM TD.57 TAP3 standard.

Code for the DLL was generated with our ASN1C Compiler for multiple versions of the TAP3 standard. The DLL can be easily integrated into a user application to support manipulation of TAP3 data. Features of the API are as follows:

  • Supports multiple versions of the TAP3 standard (9 through 12)
  • Auto-detection of file version in reader.
  • Available for both Windows and Linux in 32-bit and 64-bit configurations.
  • Includes support for Return Account Procedure (RAP).
  • Supports encoding and decoding of large TAP3 files in parts for more efficient memory usage.

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License Costs

The TAP3DLL is licensed on either a per-host or unlimited redistribution basis. The costs and descriptions of these options are as follows:

License Type Description Price
Per-host A node-locked license tied to a given computer. $600
Unlimited License is not tied to a specific machine. Redistribution of the DLL embedded within end-user products is permitted. This type of license must be purchased for use in virtual machine environments such as Amazon Web Services (AWS). $6,000

Support

Support entitles the user to phone and E-mail support with guaranteed response within 2 business days. It also provides the user with access to all new releases, both minor and major. Support for the first year is included in the initial development fee cost. After that, support may be renewed annually at a cost of 20% of the total license fees paid to date. Continuing support is optional, if not renewed, the user may continue to use and deploy applications with the current version of the product they had the time support expired.