Magnetic Stripe

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An electromagnetic surface that is either coded—e.g., credit or ID card—or codable—e.g., a rechargeable phone card with a small amount of information
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Multi-year supply contract for the supply of fuels to vehicles of hospital institutions ACAH members by means of magnetic cards.
Some deep-pocketed owners may choose to use magnetic cards, cameras and more.
Contract notice: Fuel acquisition by magnetic cards.
Taxpayers operating in import-export are invited to collect their magnetic cards at all tax inspectorates nationwide.
This new economical iris recognition system is a good complement for magnetic cards or proximity devices.
We have an iButton reader, which is a small, self-contained computer chip (about the diameter of a dime) that's carried on a fob and is placed into a port for entry; a keypad; magnetic cards that are swiped through a reader; and a proximity reader.
Mehall and a second defendant were accused of encoding magnetic cards with credit card numbers, and using the cards to make purchases in the San Fernando and Santa Clarita valleys, he said.
The application of IC cards in the bankcard field is generally regarded as the inner requirements for enhancing the safety standards and service abilities of Chinese bankcards and the necessary measures to cast to the international bankcard EMV movement (from magnetic cards to smart cards).
Post: fuel supply by means of magnetic cards to unlimited use, equipped with a secret code, valid for Belgium.
The system features a flat screen monitor and an omni-directional depth scanner that reads barcodes and magnetic cards anywhere within its three-dimensional field of view.
Contract notice: Fuel supply by means of magnetic cards.
The remaining methods, board-approved systems of randomly generated personal questions and electronic readers of magnetic cards, proximity badges and bar codes, require private personal identifiers such as passwords.