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®
HT 1000
, JT 1000
,
MT 2000
, MTS 2000
,
and MTX Series
®
Handie-Talkie
Portable Radios
Service Manual

Summary of Contents

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    ™ ® HT 1000 , JT 1000 ™ ™ MT 2000 , MTS 2000 and MTX Series ® Handie-Talkie Portable Radios Service Manual...

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    MOTOROLA, the Stylized M logo, Handie-Talkie, Private-Line, Digital Private-Line, FLASHport, HearClear, HT 1000, JT 1000, MT 2000, MTS 2000, MTX 2000, MTX 838, MTX 8000, and MTX 9000 are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners.

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    For details on the operation of the radio or level 1 or 2 maintenance procedures, refer to the applicable manuals, which are available separately. A list of related publications is provided in the section, “Related Publications Available Separately” on page vii.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    MODEL CHART, Conventional Systems Radios (JT 1000 and MT 2000 Models) ....ix MODEL CHART, Private Systems Radios (MTS 2000 Models) .......x MODEL CHART, Shared Systems Radios (MTX 838, MTX 8000, MTX•LS, and...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 1 of 2) ........

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    NUF/PMUF6500D, NUF/PMUF6533A AND NUF/PMUF6410D (800MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARD PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS ....... .78 Electrical Parts List, Transceiver (800MHz) NUF/PMUF6500D, NUF/PMUF6533A AND NUF/ PMUF6410D .

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    CONTROLLER BOARD TOP-LEVEL SCHEMATIC ........100...

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    10 - Replacement Parts Ordering ........

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    Table 5 - Test Environments, HT 1000/JT 1000 Radios ....... .

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    Service Manual (earliest version radios; first issue- 4/92) ......68P81200C20 Service Manual (early version radios; first issue- 4/93) ......68P81200C25 Service Manual (later version radios;...

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    Secure Conventional Standard Control; With Top Display Secure SMARTNET™ Limited Keypad; No Display Limited Keypad; With Front Display * MPT = Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications Full Keypad; No Display Position 8 - Primary Operation Full Keypad; With Front Display Conventinal/Simplex Limited Controls;...

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    VHF DN models cannot be cloned to AN, BN, or CN models. Any DN model can be cloned from like CN or DN models. Prior to cloning any AN or BN model into a like CN or DN model, a code plug fix must be performed on the AN or BN model.

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    * = The radio model number is required when placing an order for the controller board. The model number can be found on the FCC Label on the back of the radio. Refer to Replacement Parts Ordering, Section 10 of this manual for instructions on how to place an order.

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    X = One item is supplied per radio. * = The radio model number is required when placing an order for the controller board. The model number can be found on the FCC Label on the back of the radio. Refer to Replacement Parts...

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    The radio model number and flash code are required when placing an order for the controller board. The model number can be found on the FCC Label on the back of the radio. The Flashcode can be obtained several ways: Check the FCC Label on the back of the radio.

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    X = One item is supplied per radio. * = The radio model number is required when placing an order for the uniboard. The model number can be found on the FCC Label on the back of the radio. Refer to Replacement Parts Ordering, Section 10 of this manual for instructions on how to...

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    * These accessories are approved as being intrinsically safe by Factory Mutual Research Corporation (FMRC). Refer to the radio label for intrinsic safety ratings and required batteries. Only the accessories and antennas noted (by *) may be used on approved radios.

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    Maintenance Specifications for VHF Radios (All Specifications Are Per Electronic Industries Association (EIA) 316B Unless Otherwise Noted.) GENERAL RECEIVER TRANSMITTER Frequency Range: 136–178MHz FCC Designation: AZ489FT3768 RF Power: 136-174MHz 1-5 Watts Power Supply: Nickel-Cadmium Battery Bandwidth: 42MHz 174-178MHz 1-4 Watts...

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    Maintenance Specifications for 800MHz Radios (All Specifications Are Per Electronic Industries Association (EIA) 316B Unless Otherwise Noted.) GENERAL RECEIVER TRANSMITTER RF Power: 3 Watts FCC Designation: AZ489FT5747 Frequency Range: 851–870MHz Power Supply: Nickel-Cadmium Battery Bandwidth: 19MHz Frequency Range: 806–824MHz Battery Voltage: Nominal: 7.5 Volts...

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    (non-FLASHport operation). (Customer Board Initialization) When the controller board is received, it will need a serial from the defect unit. The serial is manually entered via the RSS prior to proceeding any further with the replacement process. Digital to Analog converter; converts a digital value to a corresponding dc voltage value.

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    Phase-Locked Loop; a circuit in which an oscillator is kept in phase with a reference, usually after passing through a frequency divider. Push-To-Talk; the switch located on the left side of the radio which, when pressed, causes the radio to transmit.

  • Page 23: Introduction

    HT 1000, JT 1000, MT 2000, MTS 2000, and MTX series radios. Hereafter, the text will refer collectively to these radios as “this family of radios.”...

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    Notes...

  • Page 25: Test Equipment, Service Aids, And Tools, Recommended Test Equipment, Table 1 - Recommended Test Equipment

    Test Equipment, Service Aids, and Tools Recommended Test The list of equipment contained in Table 1 includes all of the standard test equipment required for servicing two-way portable radios, as well Equipment as several unique items designed specifically for servicing this family of radios.

  • Page 26: Service Aids And Recommended Tools, Field Programming

    Service Aids and Refer to the “Service Aids” in Table 2 and “Recommended Service Tools” list in Table 3 for a listing and description of the service aids and Recommended Tools tools designed specifically for servicing this family of radios, as well as the more common tools required to disassemble and properly maintain the radio.

  • Page 27: Table 2 - Service Aids

    The following table lists service aids recommended for working on this family of radios. These items are available from Radio Products Services Division. Table 2 Service Aids MOTOROLA PART NO. DESCRIPTION APPLICATION Servicers Video Tape Video Tape Includes Radio Introduction.

  • Page 28: Table 3 - Recommended Service Tools

    Service Tools The following table lists the tools recommended for working on this family of radios; these tools are also available from Motorola. The R-1319A solder/desolder workstation requires the use of some reflow nozzles which are included with the workstation.

  • Page 29: Transceiver Performance Testing, General, Setup, Test Mode, Table 4 - Equipment Initial Control Settings

    Transceiver Performance Testing General The HT 1000, JT 1000, MT 2000, MTS 2000, and MTX series radios have been prepared to meet published specifications through their manufacturing process, with the use of laboratory-quality test equipment of highest accuracy. The recommended field service equipment approaches the accuracy of the manufacturing equipment with a few exceptions.

  • Page 30: Table 5 - Test Environments, Ht 1000/jt 1000 Radios

    (side button 3, SB3) five times in succession. After the fifth press: a. (HT 1000 radios), a tone is emitted to indicate that the rf test mode has been entered. b. (JT 1000 radios), the display will show the firmware version of the microprocessor for two seconds, emit a tone, then display TEST MODE).

  • Page 31: Table 6 - Test Frequencies, Ht 1000 / Jt 1000

    2. After the self test is complete, press the monitor button (side button 3, SB3) five times in succession, within 10 seconds. After the fifth press, a tone is emitted to indicate that the RF test mode has been entered.

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    To exit test mode, turn the radio off then back on. RF Test Mode, MT 2000, When the MT 2000, MTS 2000, or MTX series radio is operating in its normal environment, the radio’s microcomputer controls the RF MTS 2000, and MTX channel selection, transmitter key-up, and receiver muting.

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    5. Release the orange button; ”3/0” appears, which indicates that switch 3 is in the open condition. 6. Press the orange button again; “3/1” appears, which indicates that switch 3 is in the closed condition. 7. Rotate the mode selector knob; ”4/0” thru ”4/15” appears, which indicates that knob 4 is in mode position 1 thru 15.

  • Page 34: Table 7 - Test Environments, Mt 2000, Mts 2000, And Mtx Series Radios

    Table 7 Test Environments, MT 2000, MTS 2000, and MTX Series Radios NO. OF BEEPS DISPLAY DESCRIPTION FUNCTION Carrier Squelch RX: unsquelch if carrier detected TX: mic audio Hear Clear** RX: unsquelch if carrier detected TX: compressed mic audio Tone RX: unsquelch if carrier and tone (192.8Hz) detected...

  • Page 35: Table 9 - Receiver Performance Checks

    Unsquelch to occur at system need frequency to a conventional MODE; select a < 0.25µV. to be tested) system. Raise RF level from conventional zero until radio unsquelches. system Preferred SINAD= 8-10dB See Table 6 or Table 8 as applicable.

  • Page 36: Table 10 - Transmitter Performance Checks

    1 Sec. 800 MHz radios only The secure mode, talk-around modulation test is only required for trac mode radios which do not have clearmode talk-around capability. Trunked Only When testing voice modulation in the continuous mode, AGC must be disabled.

  • Page 37: Error-code Displays, Power-up Display Codes, Table 11 - Power-up Display Codes

    Defective microcontroller NOTE: Due to the nature of fatal ROM and RAM errors, it may not be possible to present an error code on the display. In these cases the radio will attempt to display the appropriate error code, generate an illegal mode tone for one second and then...

  • Page 38: Operational Display Codes, Table 12 - Operational Display Codes

    Problems detected during these tests are presented Codes as error codes on the radio display. The presence of an error code should prompt a user that a problem exists and that a service technician should be contacted. Use Table 12 to aid in understanding particular operational error code displays.

  • Page 39: Radio Alignment Procedure, General

    General An IBM PC (personal computer) and Radio Service Software (RSS) are required to align the radio. Refer to the applicable RSS manual for installation and setup procedures for the software. To perform the alignment procedures, the radio must be connected to the PC, RIB (radio interface box), and Universal Test Set as shown in Figure 1.

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    You will be prompted at each screen to save changed values before exiting the screen. RSS references in this manual are to HT 1000 / JT 1000 RSS. Some slight differences may be noted it you are using the MTS/MTX RSS.

  • Page 41: Reference Oscillator Alignment, Table 13 - Reference Oscillator Alignment

    1. From the SERVICE menu, press F2 to select TRANSMITTER alignment. 2. Press F2 again to select the REFERENCE OSCILLATOR softpot. 3. Press F6 to key the radio. The screen will indicate that the radio is transmitting. 4. Measure the transmit frequency on your service monitor.

  • Page 42: Rated Audio, Table 14 - Standard Test Modulation (1 Khz Tone)

    1. Set the Test Box (RTX4005B) meter selection switch to the “VOL” position, and connect a dc voltmeter capable of 1mV resolution on a 2V scale to the Test Box AC/DC meter port to monitor the Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI).

  • Page 43: Squelch, Transmitter Power

    3. Begin with the highest test frequency shown. 4. Press F6 to key the radio, and use the UP/DOWN arrow keys to adjust the transmit power per the value shown in Table 15.

  • Page 44: Transmit Deviation Balance (compensation), Table 15 - Transmit Power Setting

    4. 6. Change the input tone back to 80 Hz and measure the deviation. 7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 until the 3kHz tone deviation is within ±2% of the 80Hz tone deviation. 8. Press F6 to dekey the radio, and press F8 to program the softpot...

  • Page 45: Transmit Deviation Limit, Transmit Deviation Limit Reference, Table 16 - Transmit Deviation Limit

    1kHz tone on the AUDIO IN terminal on the test set, 80mVrms as measured on the AC/DC MTR port. 4. Press F6 to key the radio, and use the UP/DOWN arrow keys to adjust the deviation per the values shown in Table 16.

  • Page 46: Vco Crossover Frequency, Table 17 - Transmit Deviation Limit Reference

    Deviation (kHz) 20 KHz 3.40 - 3.60 12.5 KHz 2.20 - 2.30 4. Press F6 to dekey the radio, and press F8 to program the softpot value. 5. Press F10 to return to the TRANSMIT menu. VCO Crossover NOTE: This procedure is only required after the field Frequency repair of a VHF or UHF VCO.

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    VCO varactors (CR201, 202, and 203) in “C” and later kits are not interchangeable with VCO varactors in earlier kits; Motorola parts and part numbers are different. When replacing a VCO varactor, Identify the transceiver board and order replacement parts from the applicable parts list.

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    • UHF band split can positively be determined by the markings on the power amplifier shield. If the power amplifier shield marking is 25U04 or 85Y10, then the transceiver is a 403 - 470MHz band split. If the power amplifier shield marking is 25U05 or 85Y11, then the transceiver is a 450 - 520MHz band split.

  • Page 49: Signalling Deviation

    1. From the SERVICE menu, press F4 to select SIGNALLING alignment. 2. Press F2 to select the DTMF softpot. 3. Press F6 to key the radio on the test frequency. The screen will indicate that the radio is transmitting. 4. Measure the DTMF deviation on your service monitor.

  • Page 50: Alignment Procedure Conclusion, Table 18 - Signalling Deviation

    1.40-1.75 1.640-1.875 1.5-2.0 6. Press F6 again to dekey the radio. 7. Press F8 to program the softpot value; press F10 to return to the SIGNALLING menu. MDC 1200 1. From the SERVICE menu, press F4 to select SIGNALLING alignment.

  • Page 51: Disassembly And Reassembly

    0180386A82), which includes a wrist strap, two ground cords, a table mat, and a floor mat. 3. Wear a conductive wrist strap in series with a 100k resistor to ground. Replacement wrist straps that connect to the bench top covering are Motorola part number RSX-4015.

  • Page 52: General, Disassembly To Board Level

    Since this product disassembles and reassembles without the use of any screws, it is important for the technician to pay particular attention to the snaps and tabs, and how parts align with each other. NOTE: In the disassembly/reassembly procedure, the numbers in parentheses refer to call-out numbers in the referenced figures.

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    MAEPF-22571-O Figure 5 Separating the Cover From the Chassis b. Pry the bottom of the chassis free from the cover by pushing the separation tool down and rotating the handle of the separation tool over and behind the base of the radio. This prying action forces the thin inner plastic wall toward the base of the radio, which releases the two chassis base tabs.

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    Assembly MAEPF-27016-O MAEPF-22572-O Figure 6 Rotating the Front Cover TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS DEPT. 6. Disconnect the front cover display flex from the connector on the chassis. NOTE: A special locking connector secures the flex to the chassis (see Figure 7). Top Corner...

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    (front shield) with adhesive. Do not remove the controls flex from the front shield. 9. As a unit, separate the control top, the front shield, and the controls flex from the chassis and circuit boards (see Figure 8).

  • Page 56: Disassembly Of Control Top

    Disassembly of 1. Remove the rubber controls seal from the control top. Control Top 2. Turn the control top such that the grey switch housing cover is facing up. a. Five retaining clips hold the switch housing cover to the switch housing.

  • Page 57: Disassembly Of Front Cover Assembly

    (2) Lift the bracket leg until it pops loose from under its retaining tab. b. Lift the freed leg of the retainer bracket and use it to pull the remaining two legs of the bracket out and away from their respective slots in the front cover housing.

  • Page 58: Reassembly

    Ensure that the board slides under the tabs. 3. Near the three larger slots on the other side of the board, use finger pressure to push and press that side of the board down until it snaps into place under the three large retaining tabs.

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    2. Press the rubber microphone boot into its respective recessed area in the front cover housing. The little rubber flap in the back of the rubber boot should fold up to cover the microphone insertion opening. 3. Reinstall the speaker retainer bracket (see Figure 13).

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    Chassis Inside of the chassis where the RF board fits is a protruding block that functions as the PA heatsink. To help provide maximum heat transfer, ensure that the PA heatsink block (top surface) includes a thermal pad (Motorola part number 7505922Z01) adhered to it.

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    Figure 7. 3. Check to make sure that the O-ring is in place, and slide the chassis (control top first) into the front cover assembly. Check to ensure that the orange emergency button seal slides into position freely.

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    4. Check the emergency button again. If it is cocked to one side, repositioning it will be necessary. Knobs, Antenna, and 1.

  • Page 63: Maintenance, Introduction, Preventive Maintenance

    Each of these topics provides information vital to the successful operation and maintenance of your radio. Preventive In order to avoid operating outside the limits set by the FCC, it is recommended that the reference oscillator of the HT 1000, JT 1000, Maintenance MT 2000, MTS 2000, and MTX radio be aligned every time the radio is disassembled, or once a year, whichever comes first.

  • Page 64: Safe Handling Of Cmos Devices, Repair Procedures And Techniques

    Upon completion of the cleaning process, use a soft, absorbent, lintless cloth to dry the area. Do not brush or apply any isopropyl alcohol to the frame, front cover, or back cover.

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    Avoid excessive heat and excessive bending. For parts replacement, use the ST-1087 Temperature-Controlled Solder Station with a 600 or 700 degree tip, and use small diameter solder such as ST- 633. The smaller size solder will melt faster and require less heat being applied to the circuit.

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    To Remove the RF Switch: 1. On VHF and UHF radios, unsolder the two tabs of the RF switch bracket that secure the RF switch to the RF board. On 800MHz and 900MHz radios, use a #2 slotted screwdriver to straighten the two tabs of the RF switch bracket that wrap around the RF board.

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    2. While holding the RF switch bracket firmly against the RF board: • VHF and UHF radios - solder the two leads of the housing to the solder pads on the RF board. • 800MHZ and 900MHz radios - bend the two tabs around the side of the RF board as close to the board edge as possible to hold the bracket down tightly.

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    8”-1/4” (0.3cm-0.6cm) above the carrier. Turn on the heater and wait until the PBGA component lifts off the circuit board. Once the part is off, grab it with a pair of tweezers and turn off the vacuum pump. Remove the circuit board from the R-1319’s circuit board holder.

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    • check the circuit board plating for possible damage. To Replace an PBGA compo- the solder pads on the board must first be cleaned of all solder to nent, ensure alignment of the new chip carrier. Prepare the site by using solder wick and a soldering iron to remove all solder from the solder pads on the circuit board.

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    Once the part is off, turn off the heat, grab the part with a pair of tweezers, and turn off the vacuum pump. Prepare the circuit board for the new component by applying solder paste flux to the solder pads.

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    Figure 17 RF PA Nomenclature To Remove the RF PA, add flux to the leads of the device, and use a soldering iron and pair of tweezers to heat and lift each lead free and clear of its respective solder pad on the circuit board.

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    No cleaning should be necessary. Use the soldering iron and add solder to each of the RF PA leads and associated pads. Inspect the lead/ pad bond for opens and solder shorts.

  • Page 73: Exploded Views

    Exploded Views There are several models in this family of radios: HT 1000, JT 1000, MT 2000, MTS 2000, and MTX Series radios.The exploded view diagrams in this section illustrate this family of radios by capturing them into one of four categories: •...

  • Page 74: Basic Radios And Basic Radios With Option Mate Optional Front Cover

    3605635V01 Knob, Concentric Ring See Note 1 SWITCH, Toggle (S402) 1405307X07 TAPE, Insulator (trim to size, 0.3” x 0.2”) See Note 1 POTENTIOMETER/SWITCH, On/Off/Volume Notes: 1. Refer to electrical parts list (miscellaneous) Control (R401/S403) 2. Refer to electrical parts list (transceiver board)

  • Page 75: Top-display Radios

    LCD, Top Display See Note 1 POTENTIOMETER/SWITCH, On/Off/Volume 7505922Z01 PAD, Thermal Control (R401/S403) Notes: 1. Refer to electrical parts list (miscellaneous) 3905329W01 POPPLE, Emergency Button 2. Refer to electrical parts list (transceiver board) See Note 1 LED (CR400A/CR400B) See Note 1...

  • Page 76: Keypad Radios

    SEAL, Actuator; for S101 7505393N33 PAD, Shock 2205159W01 PIN, Actuator; for S101 7505922Z01 PAD, Thermal 3205514W01 SEAL, Accessory Connector Notes: 1. Refer to electrical parts list (miscellaneous) 3205177Z01 SEAL, Control Top 2. Refer to electrical parts list (transceiver board) 3205178Z01 SEAL, Emergency Button...

  • Page 77: Uni-board Radios

    SEAL, Accessory Connector 3205827V01 WEDGE, Universal 3205177Z01 SEAL, Control Top 7505922Z01 PAD, Thermal 3205178Z01 SEAL, Emergency Button Notes: 1. Refer to electrical parts list (miscellaneous) 2705877U01 HOUSING, Switch 2. Refer to electrical parts list (transceiver board) See Note 1 SWITCH, Toggle (S402)

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    Notes...

  • Page 79: Component Location Diagrams, Parts Lists, And Schematic Diagrams, Introduction

    Almost all circuit boards in this family of radios are either six or eight layers. Layer 1 is the outer most layer viewed from side 1, and layer 6 or 8 (as applicable) is the outer most layer viewed from sine 2. A typical 8-layer circuit board detail, viewing copper steps in proper layer sequence, is illustrated in Figure 18.

  • Page 80

    Integrated Circuit Details Because of today’s technology, integrated circuits and special modules are able to perform a vast amount of functions in a single component. with Pin-Out Names The components are getting smaller and the number of IO pins is getting greater, to the point that there is not enough room to put enough IC information on the schematics and circuit boards.

  • Page 81

    CPN ENAB NOISE HOLD COMP BYPASS COMP CAP COMP BUF IN MAEPF-24675-A U701, ASFIC MAEPF-24677-A U702, AUDIO PA, Open Controller GND A UNIV IO U706, AUDIO PA, Closed Controller MIC IN PL CLK MDC REF OUT TX IN PRE MP...

  • Page 82

    VSSL RESET VSSR VDDL WLYWW VDDR XIRQ XTAL MOD B EXTAL VDD SYN RESET MODA/LIR MAEPF-24672-A MAEPF-24678-A U710, SLIC IV Open Controller U713, EEPROM TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS DEPT. DESCRIPTION DWG. NO. JEDI/VISAR MICROCOMPUTER MAEPF-24678 CLOSED CONTROLLER ILLUSTRATOR DATE ENGINEER DATE PROGRAM...

  • Page 83

    GROUND BUSY CLEAR TO SEND TRANSMIT DATA MODE CONTROL DATA Universal Connector Option Select (OPT SEL) Definition MODE # MODE OPT SEL 1 OPT SEL 2 COMMENT External PTT External External Speaker Audio Mandown Normal Operation MTVA Fixed Audio Output Level “SMART”...

  • Page 84: Boards' Parts List And Component Location Diagrams

    DWG. NO. MAEPF-2 8405511Y35.E ILLUSTRATOR DATE ENGINEER DATE PROGRAM DISK 12/18/97 Illustrator EDITOR DATE CHECKER DATE CORRECTED MARKED ISS. REVISION LETTERING SIZE: REQUIRES: MAEPF-26300-O MAEPF-26301-O NUD7091B, NUD7092B, NUD/PMUD7095B, AND NUD7096B VHF (136-178MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS...

  • Page 85: Electrical Parts List, Vhf Transceivers Nud7091b, Nud7092b, Nud/pmud7095b, Nud7096b

    Motorola part number. CR204 4802233J09 Triple 0662057A25 C147 2113932E07 22nF 3. “Not Placed” means that components are for future use, and are not CR205 4802233J09 Triple 0662057A41 C148 2113930F20 placed on the circuit board at this time.

  • Page 86: Boards' Schematic Diagram (sheet 1 Of 2)

    RX RF VOLTAGES IN dBm ARE MEASURED WITH A 1.5 pF CAPACITOR IN SERIES WITH 2.2Vdc (TX) THE 50 OHM ADAPTER OF AN RF MILLIVOLTMETER AND AN RF LEVEL OF -20 dBm INTO J401. VOLTAGES IN mV ARE MEASURED WITH A X10 SCOPE PROBE.

  • Page 87: Boards' Schematic Diagram (sheet 2 Of 2)

    J301-16 C220 39nH 270nH L215 330pF 1000pF 2.7pF 3.9K R219 47pF 4.3pF 15pF J301-18 J301-19 2.2Vdc (RX) 0Vdc (TX) 63B81097C02-O Sheet 2 of 2 NUD7091B, NUD7092B, NUD/PMUD7095B, AND NUD7096B VHF (136-178 MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2)

  • Page 88

    PROGRAM DISK 12/18/97 Illustrator O.K. AS IS EDITOR DATE CHECKER DATE CORRECTED O.K. AS MARKE MARKED ISS. REVISION RLSE. LETTERING SIZE: REQUIRES: MAEPF-26302-O C157 MAEPF-26303-O NUE7265B, NUE7266B, NUE/PMUE7272B, AND NUE7274B UHF (403-470MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS...

  • Page 89: Nue7274b

    - - - - - - - - - Not Placed frequency, crystal type number, and Motorola part number. 2113930F18 0662057A01 3. “Not Placed” means that components are for future use, and are 2113930F32 DIODE: See Note 1 R32, 33 0662057A59 2.7K...

  • Page 90

    E104 E101 L101 270nH 57R01 2.2Vdc (TX) 2. RX RF VOLTAGES IN DBM ARE MEASURED WITH 1.5PF IN SERIES WITH 50 OHM ADAPTER C105 OF THE RF MILLIVOLTMETER & A RF LEVEL OF -20 DBM INTO J401. 100pF C106 C103...

  • Page 91

    J301-8 RX_LO J301-9 C227 C205 C219 C220 100pF J301-16 3.9pF 1.8pF R219 470nH L215 5.1pF 5.1pF J301-18 390nH 1.9Vdc (TX) J301-19 63B81097C03-O Sheet2 of 2 NUE7265B, NUE7266B, NUE/PMUE7272B, AND NUE7274B UHF (403-470MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2)

  • Page 92

    PROGRAM DISK 12/18/97 Illustrator O.K. AS IS EDITOR DATE CHECKER DATE CORRECTED O.K. AS MARKE MARKED ISS. REVISION RLSE. LETTERING SIZE: REQUIRES: MAEPF-26302-O C157 MAEPF-26303-O NUE7267B, NUE7268B, NUE/PMUE7273B, AND NUE7275B UHF (450-520MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS...

  • Page 93: Nue7275b

    C115 2113932K07 .047µF 16V CR203 4862824C03 Varactor 0662057A41 3. “Not Placed” means that components are for future use, and are C116 - - - - - - - - - Not Placed CR204, 205 4802233J09 Triple 0662057A09 not placed on the circuit board at this time.

  • Page 94

    L101 E104 E101 270nH 57R01 2.2Vdc (TX) 2. RX RF VOLTAGES IN DBM ARE MEASURED WITH 1.5PF IN SERIES WITH 50 OHM ADAPTER C105 OF THE RF MILLIVOLTMETER & A RF LEVEL OF -20 DBM INTO J401. 100pF C106 C103...

  • Page 95

    C205 RX_LO J301-9 C227 5.1pF C219 J301-16 C220 100pF 3.3pF 1.8pF 470nH L215 R219 6.2pF J301-18 390nH 1.9Vdc (TX) J301-19 63B81097C04-O Sheet 2 of 2 NUE7267B, NUE7268B, NUE/PMUE7273B, AND NUE7275B UHF (450-520MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2)

  • Page 96

    PROGRAM DISK CHECK 12/19/97 Illustrator O.K. AS IS EDITOR DATE CHECKER DATE CORRECTED O.K. AS MARKED MARKED ISS. REVISION RLSE. RLSE. LETTERING SIZE: REQUIRES: MAEPF-26304-O MAEPF-26305-O NUF6410B/C, NUF6498B/C, NUF6500B/C AND NUF6501C (800MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS...

  • Page 97: Nuf6501c

    - - - - - - - - - Not Placed 2311049J23 10uF C214 2113932E07 0.022uF 3. “Not Placed” means that components are for future use, and are - - - - - - - - - Not Placed 2113932K15 0.1uF C219 2113932E07 0.022uF...

  • Page 98: Schematic Diagram (sheet 1 Of 2), Nuf6410b/c, Nuf6498b/c, Nuf6500b/c And Nuf6501c (800mhz) Transceiver Boards

    .022uF 39pF 10uF 39pF 10uF 8 9 10 11 9 10 13 100pF 63B81097C05-O NOTE: Sheet 1 of 2 INDICATES A COMPONENT THAT IS NOT PLACED NUF6410B/C, NUF6498B/C, NUF6500B/C AND NUF6501C (800MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 1 of 2)

  • Page 99: Schematic Diagram (sheet 2 Of 2)

    OTHERWISE LOCK IF SEL C311 39pF 39pF 3300pF 43pF 0.1uF 0.1uF 180nH 2.2pF RSSI 2.7K C307 43pF 33pF .018uF 63B81097C05-O 200K Sheet 2 of 2 0.15uF 2.7K NUF6410B/C, NUF6498B/C, NUF6500B/C AND NUF6501C (800MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2)

  • Page 100: Parts List And Component Location Diagrams

    O.K. AS IS EDITOR DATE CHECKER DATE CORRECTED O.K. AS MARKED MARKED ISS. REVISION RLSE. RLSE. 800MHz: NUF6500D, NUF6533A 900MHz: NUF6499D MAEPF-27151-O VIEWED FROM SIDE 2 MAEPF-27152-O NUF/PMUF6500D, NUF/PMUF6533A AND NUF/PMUF6410D (800MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARD PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS...

  • Page 101: Pmuf6410d

    50V unless stated C205 2113740F14 Q110 4805218N45 2311049J23 10uF 3. “Not Placed” means that components are for future use, and are C209 2113732E07 .022uF RESISTOR, Fixed: ± 5% .0625W not placed on the circuit board at this time. 2113732K15 0.1uF...

  • Page 102

    3.3pF 10uF 39pF 5.1pF .022uF 39pF .022uF .022uF 39pF 10uF 10uF 4 5 6 8 9 10 6 9 10 13 100pF 63B81097C06-O Sheet 1 of 2 NUF/PMUF6500D, NUF/PMUF6533A AND NUF/PMUF6410D (800MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 1 of 2)

  • Page 103

    10 K 43pF 0.1uF 0.1uF 180nH 2.2pF INDICATES A COMPONENT THAT IS NOT PLACED RSSI 2.7K C307 43pF 33pF .018uF 63B81097C06-O 200K 0.15uF 2.7K Sheet 2 of 2 NUF/PMUF6500D, NUF/PMUF6533A AND NUF/PMUF6410D (800MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2)

  • Page 104: Component Location Diagrams

    ENGINEER DATE PROGRAM DISK CHECK 12/19/97 Illustrator O.K. AS IS EDITOR DATE CHECKER DATE CORRECTED O.K. AS MARKED MARKED ISS. RLSE. RLSE. REVISION LETTERING SIZE: REQUIRES: MAEPF-26304-O MAEPF-26305-O NUF6499B/C AND NUF6502B/C (900MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS...

  • Page 105: Electrical Parts List, Transceivers (900mhz) Nuf6499b/c And Nuf6502b/c

    Motorola part number. 4805218N63 C126, 132 2113932E07 0.022µF; 16V 3. “Not Placed” means that components are for future use, and are - - - - - - - - - Not Placed C133 2311049J23 10µF not placed on the circuit board at this time.

  • Page 106

    C8 4 C8 2 C8 5 C9 0 C9 1 9 10 11 .022uF 33pF .022uF .022uF 10uF 33pF 10uF C1 1 100pF 63B81097C07-O Sheet 1 of 2 NUF6499B/C AND NUF6502B/C (900MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 1 of 2)

  • Page 107

    0.1uF 10uF C311 3300pF 2.28V 1.65V 0.1uF 0.1uF 39pF 39pF 1.65V RSSI 43pF 2.2pF C307 180nH 33pF 2.7K 43pF .018uF 63B81097C07-O 200K Sheet 2 of 2 0.15uF 2.7K NUF6499B/C AND NUF6502B/C (900MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2)

  • Page 108: Diagrams

    CHECK 2/7/01 Illustrator O.K. AS IS EDITOR DATE CHECKER DATE CORRECTED O.K. AS MARKED MARKED ISS. RLSE. RLSE. 800MHz: NUF6500D, NUF6533A REVISION 900MHz: NUF6499D MAEPF-27151-O VIEWED FROM SIDE 2 MAEPF-27152-O NUF/PMUF6499D (900MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARD PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS...

  • Page 109: Electrical Parts List, Transceiver (900mhz) Nuf/pmuf6499d

    C126, 132 2113932E07 0.022µF; 16V - - - - - - - - - Not Placed 3. “Not Placed” means that components are for future use, and are C133 2311049J23 10µF not placed on the circuit board at this time.

  • Page 110

    EXTERNAL ANTENNA C141 C138 C153 3.3pF 20pF 270nH 47pF 33pF 3300pF C9 2 .022uF R2 8 * INDICATES A COMPONENT THAT IS NOT PLACED C3 1 C1 9 180nH .022uF 33pF C9 8 XFMR .022uF 5.1pF .43V CR107 MIXER 8.2pF...

  • Page 111: Nuf/pmuf6499d (900mhz) Transceiver Boards' Schematic Diagram (sheet 2 Of 2)

    3.3 V 0.1uF 10uF 0.1uF 0.1uF C311 3300pF 2.28V 0.1uF 0.1uF 39pF 39pF 1.65V RSSI 43pF 2.2pF C307 180nH 33pF 2.7K 43pF .018uF 200K 63B81097C08-O 0.15uF 2.7K Sheet 2 of 2 NUF/PMUF6499D (900MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2)

  • Page 112

    CHECK 5/28/97 Illustrator O.K. AS IS EDITOR DATE CHECKER DATE CORRECTED O.K. AS MARKED MARKED ISS. REVISION RLSE. RLSE. LETTERING SIZE: REQUIRES: MAEPF-26099-O MAEPF-26100-O NCN6145A/C, NCN6146A, NTN7089C, NCN6129C, NCN6138A, NCN6140A/B, NCN6141A, NCN/PMCN6140C CONTROLLER BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS...

  • Page 113

    Motorola NCN6145A/C (800MHz HT 1000 Models) part number. TRANSISTOR: See Note 1 3. “Not Placed” means that components are for future use, and are NTN7089C And NCN6146A (JT 1000 Models) Q701 - - - - - - - - - Not Placed not placed on the circuit board at this time.

  • Page 114: Schematic Diagram

    0.1uF C779 L710 L701 0.1uF R703 390nH R702 390nH EXT_MIC INT_MIC C778 100pF C721 C703 R704 C702 4.9Vdc 4.9Vdc 4.7K 100pF .022uF .022uF 63B81097C09-O NCN6129C, NCN6138A, NCN6140A/B, NCN/PMCN6140C, NCN6141A, NCN6145A/C, NCN6146A, NTN7089C AND PMCN6140C CONTROLLER BOARD ANALOG SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM...

  • Page 115: Ncn6129c, Ncn6138a, Ncn6140a/b, Ncn/pmcn6140c, Ncn6141a, Ncn6145a/c Ncn6146a, Ntn7089c Controller Board Digital Section Schematic Diagram

    VR719 6.2V VR718 VR721 C730 R709 VR702 C751 C748 6.2V 6.2V 0.1uF 82.5K 6.2V C753 C754 C797 C752 100pF R706 U708 Q703 R707 R705 Q701 63B81097C10-O NCN6129C, NCN6138A, NCN6140A/B, NCN/PMCN6140C, NCN6141A, NCN6145A/C, NCN6146A, NTN7089C CONTROLLER BOARD DIGITAL SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM...

  • Page 116

    C796 C799 C793 C789 C790 C792 C742 C734 100pF 100pF 100pF 100pF 100pF 100pF 100pF 100pF 100pF 100pF 100pF CR702 U704 R718 R719 R759 100K 63B81097C11-O NCN6129C, NCN6138A, NCN6140A/B, NCN/PMCN6140C, NCN6141A, NCN6145A/C, NCN6146A, NTN7089C AND PMCN6140C CONTROLLER BOARD TOP-LEVEL SCHEMATIC...

  • Page 117: Ncn6129c, Ncn6138a, Ncn6140a/b, Ncn/pmcn6140c, Ncn6141a, Ncn6145a/c Ncn6146a, Ntn7089c Controller Board Power Section Schematic Diagram

    EXT_SPKR_SEL EXT_INT_SPKR BOOTCAPC2 INT_SPKR INT_SPKR BOOTCAPC3 C768 100pF C764 C773 4700pF 3.8Vdc UNSQ 0Vdc EXT SPK SEL 1800mVrms, RATED AUDIO OUTPUT 5Vdc INT SPK SEL 63B81097C12-O NCN6129C, NCN6138A, NCN6140A/B, NCN/PMCN6140C, NCN6141A, NCN6145A/C, NCN6146A, NTN7089C CONTROLLER BOARD POWER SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM...

  • Page 118

    DISK CHECK 5/28/97 Illustrator O.K. AS IS EDITOR DATE CHECKER DATE CORRECTED O.K. AS MARKED MARKED ISS. REVISION RLSE. RLSE. LETTERING SIZE: REQUIRES: MAEPF-26097-O MAEPF-26098-O NCN6147A/B, NCN6150A/B, NTN7091D, NTN7620E, PMCN6147B AND PMCN6150B CONTROLLER BOARD’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAM...

  • Page 119: Pmcn6147b, Pmcn6150b

    Motorola part number. C735 thru C738 2113931F17 470pF R711 0662057A97 100k 3. “Not Placed” means that components are for future use, and are C739 2113930F39 R712 0662057A56 2.0k not placed on the circuit board at this time.

  • Page 120: Controller Board Analog Section Schematic Diagram, Ncn6147a/b, Ncn6150a/b, Ntn7091d, Ntn7620e, Pmcn6147b And Pmcn6150b

    62pF DISC C792 C785 470pF 330pF Vaud R773 RSSI C795 4.7uF C786 C808 470pF 470pF R706 R707 C793 C713 0.1uF 0.1uF INT_MIC R700 C704 4.7K 470pF 63B81097C13-O NCN6147A/B, NCN6150A/B, NTN7091D, NTN7620E, PMCN6147B AND PMCN6150B CONTROLLER BOARD ANALOG SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM...

  • Page 121: Controller Board Digital Section Schematic Diagram, Ncn6147a/b, Ncn6150a/b, Ntn7091d, Ntn7620e, Pmcn6147b And Pmcn6150b

    C762 C763 C764 C724 C748 C744 R726 R768 0.1uF 24pF 24pF 24pF 470pF .01uF 82.5K OVERRIDE CSI01 CSPROG BOOTSTRP SYN_SEL SYN_SEL ROSC_SEL ROSC_SEL ASCFIC_SEL CSGEN ASCFIC_SEL 63B81097C14-O NCN6147A/B, NCN6150A/B, NTN7091D, NTN7620E, PMCN6147B AND PMCN6150B CONTROLLER BOARD DIGITAL SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM...

  • Page 122: Controller Board Top-level Schematic, Ncn6147a/b, Ncn6150a/b, Ntn7091d, Ntn7620e, Pmcn6147b And Pmcn6150b

    FLEX C753 470pF VR722 U704 C749 C789 C788 C746 C750 C752 C755 R730 R731 C783 C761 6.2V C758 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 0.1uF 470pF 470pF 63B81097C15-O NCN6147A/B, NCN6150A/B, NTN7091D, NTN7620E, PMCN6147B AND PMCN6150B CONTROLLER BOARD TOP-LEVEL SCHEMATIC...

  • Page 123: Controller Board Power Section Schematic Diagram

    C728 RX_AUDIO AMPIN 0.33uF PLIN PLOUT U702 FREQCOMP REGOUT AUDIO PA MICAMPOUT INT_MIC_IN EXT_MIC_IN BOOTCAPC1 EXT_SPKR_SEL EXT_INT_SPKR BOOTCAPC2 INT_SPKR INT_SPKR BOOTCAPC3 C707 470pF C730 C729 4700pF 63B81097C16-O NCN6147A/B, NCN6150A/B, NTN7091D, NTN7620E, PMCN6147B AND PMCN6150B CONTROLLER BOARD POWER SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM...

  • Page 124

    DATE PROGRAM DISK CHECK 6/12/96 Illustrator O.K. AS IS EDITOR DATE CHECKER DATE CORRECTED O.K. AS MARKED MARKED ISS. REVISION RLSE. RLSE. LETTERING SIZE: REQUIRES: MAEPF-25671-O MAEPF-25672-A NTN7512D/E, NTN7513E, NTN7857D/E AND NTN7858D/E CONTROLLER BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS...

  • Page 125: Ntn7513e Front Display 900mhz Hear Clear Radios Ntn7857d/e Top/no Display Vhf Uhf And 800mhz Radios Ntn7858d/e Top/no Display 900mhz Hear Clear Radios

    Motorola part number only. NTN7858D/E Top/No Display 900MHz Hear Clear Radios Q703 4880048M01 2. “Not Placed” means that components are for future use, and are not placed on the circuit board at this time. REFERENCE MOTOROLA RESISTOR, Fixed: ±...

  • Page 126: Section Schematic Diagram

    Vaud Vaud C712 C713 0.1uF R703 R706 0.1uF R704 R707 C793 0.1uF EXT_MIC INT_MIC VR706 R700 C620 5.6V C743 C742 C704 C617 4.7K .015uF 470pF .022uF 470pF .022uF 63B81097C17-O NTN7512D/E, NTN7513E, NTN7857D/E AND NTN7858D/E CONTROLLER BOARD ANALOG SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM...

  • Page 127

    C724 C809 C748 C744 R726 R752 VSS4 VSS1 24pF 24pF 24pF 470pF 0.1uF 100pF .01uF 82.5K 100K OVERRIDE CSI01 CSPROG BOOTSTRP SYN_SEL SYN_SEL ROSC_SEL ROSC_SEL ASCFIC_SEL CSGEN ASCFIC_SEL 63B81097C18-O NTN7512D/E, NTN7513E, NTN7857D/E AND NTN7858D/E CONTROLLER BOARD DIGITAL SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM...

  • Page 128: Schematic

    470pF 470pF 470pF JUMPER FLEX VR722 C749 C750 C789 C788 C746 R730 R731 C783 C752 C761 6.2V C758 C755 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 0.1uF U704 63B81097C19-O NTN7512D/E, NTN7513E, NTN7857D/E AND NTN7858D/E CONTROLLER BOARD TOP-LEVEL SCHEMATIC...

  • Page 129

    EN_MIC 470pF U702 C728 RX_AUDIO AMPIN 0.33uF AUDIO PA PLIN PLOUT FREQCOMP REGOUT MICAMPOUT INT_MIC_IN EXT_MIC_IN BOOTCAPC1 EXT_SPKR_SEL EXT_INT_SPKR BOOTCAPC2 INT_SPKR INT_SPKR BOOTCAPC3 C707 470pF C730 C729 4700pF 63B81097C20-O NTN7512D/E, NTN7513E, NTN7857D/E AND NTN7858D/E CONTROLLER BOARD POWER SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM...

  • Page 130: List And Component Layout Diagrams

    ENGINEER DATE PROGRAM DISK CHECK 5/27/97 Illustrator O.K. AS IS EDITOR DATE CHECKER DATE CORRECTED O.K. AS MARKED MARKED ISS. REVISION RLSE. RLSE. LETTERING SIZE: REQUIRES: MAEPF-26095-O MAEPF-26096-O NCN6106C, NCN/PMCN6153A/B, AND NCN/PMCN6176A CONTROLLER BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LAYOUT DIAGRAMS...

  • Page 131: Electrical Parts List, Controllers Ncn6106c, Ncn/pmcn6153a/b, Ncn/pmcn6176a

    5185748L01 32k X 8 SRAM J704 0905461X03 Connector, 20-pin; to P704 Strip U715 5105625U22 1 Meg X 8 FLASH 3Pack.xls CAPACITOR, Fixed: pF ± 5%; 50V Connector U716 5105279V65 AND Gate (Sheet 23) unless stated C700 thru 708 2113931F17 COIL, RF:...

  • Page 132

    470pF Vaud Vaud C713 0.1uF C712 R706 0.1uF R703 R707 C793 R704 0.1uF EXT_MIC INT_MIC VR706 C620 R700 5.6V C743 C742 C704 C617 4.7K .015uF 470pF .022uF 470pF .022uF 63B81097C21-O NCN6106C , NCN/PMCN6153A/B, NCN/PMCN6176A CONTROLLER BOARD ANALOG SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM...

  • Page 133

    A(15) A(18) A15_PB7 C763 C764 C724 C748 C762 C744 R726 A(19) 0.1uF 24pF 24pF 24pF 470pF .01uF 82.5K OVERRIDE CSI01 CSPROG BOOTSTRP SYN_SEL SYN_SEL ROSC_SEL ROSC_SEL ASCFIC_SEL CSGEN ASCFIC_SEL 63B81097C22-O NCN6106C, NCN/PMCN6153A/B AND NCN/PMCN6176A CONTROLLER BOARD DIGITAL SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM...

  • Page 134

    470pF 470pF 470pF JUMPER FLEX VR722 U704 C746 C749 C750 C789 C788 R730 R731 C783 C752 C761 6.2V C758 C755 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 0.1uF 63B81097C23-O NCN6106C AND NCN/PMCN6153A/B AND NCN/PMCN6176A CONTROLLER BOARD TOP-LEVEL SCHEMATIC...

  • Page 135

    C705 EN_MIC 470pF U702 C728 RX_AUDIO AMPIN 0.33uF AUDIO PA PLIN PLOUT FREQCOMP REGOUT MICAMPOUT INT_MIC_IN EXT_MIC_IN BOOTCAPC1 EXT_SPKR_SEL EXT_INT_SPKR BOOTCAPC2 INT_SPKR INT_SPKR BOOTCAPC3 C707 470pF C730 C729 4700pF 63B81097C24-O NCN6106C, NCN/PMCN6153A/B AND NCN/PMCN6176A CONTROLLER BOARD POWER SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM...

  • Page 136: Front Cover Display Flex And Controls Flex Schematic Diagrams

    J403 63B81097C27-O UNIVERSAL CONNECTOR MODE OPT_SEL1 OPT_SEL2 P403 Pin 8 Connected to P701 pin 2 instead of P701 pin 8 On Front Display Models NORMAL EXT SPK MAN DOWN EXT PTT FRONT COVER DISPLAY FLEX AND CONTROLS FLEX SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS...

  • Page 137: Replacement Parts Ordering, Introduction, Motorola Online, Mail Orders

    This applies to all components, kits, and chassis. If the component part number is not known, the order should include the number of the chassis or kit of which it is a part, and sufficient description of the desired component to identify it.

  • Page 138: Telephone Orders, Fax Orders, Parts Identification, Product Customer Service

    (United States and Canada) 1-800-422-4210, menu 3 Product Customer Customer Response Center (Non-technical Issues) Service 1-800-247-2346 FAX:1-800-247-2347 *The Radio Products Services Division (RPSD) was formerly known as the Customer Care and Services Division (CCSD) and/or the Accessories and Aftermarket Division (AAD).

  • Page 139

    Key variables are loaded into the Secure Module through connector P1 pins 13, 15, and 16. One key variable can be stored in the module at a time. The key variable is stored in volatile electronic memory, so it can only remain in memory as long as the radio is connected to a charged battery.

  • Page 140

    SPI bus consists of five signal lines. Refer to Appendix Table 1 for the signal information. A communications failure between the host processor and the Secure Module will be indicated as an “ERROR 09/ 10” message on the radio display.

  • Page 141

    “ERROR 09/10” or “E09/10”, then the radio failed the secure power-up self tests and the host microcontroller is unable to communicate with the Secure Module via the SPI bus. Turn off the radio, check the battery connection, and turn the radio back on. If the radio still does not pass the self tests, then a problem exists with the secure operations of the radio.

  • Page 142

    7. 7.If the radio does go into keyloading mode, but after starting the keyloading process the KVL display indicates “X FAIL”, then check to see if there are transitions on pins 13, 15, and 16 of connector P1 on the Secure Module during a keyload.

  • Page 143

    With the front shield raised, observe the controller board which takes up the bottom third of the radio. On the lower right corner of the controller board is an empty female connector, which will be used to mate the controller board to the secure module.

  • Page 144

    To actually use the secure option, Secure must be enabled on the Channels channels for which it is desired. A channel can be strapped to secure- only, or clear-only, or secure/clear-selectable. For conventional channels, proceed as follows: Press F4 at the Main Menu to see the CHANGE/CREATE/VIEW menu.

  • Page 145

    2. Press F8 to select the SECURE TX DEV softpot. 3. Press F6 to key the radio on the test frequency. The screen will indicate that the radio is transmitting. 4. Measure the secure deviation on your service monitor.

  • Page 146

    (Motorola part number 7505670Z01) on the controller board and ensure that it seats flush with the controller board on all sides. Place the secure module on the secure module pad. Press the secure module plug into the controller board jack with enough force so that the jack and plug snap together.

  • Page 147

    Appendix Figure 2. Secure Module Location Detail Appendix A- 9...

  • Page 148

    Appendix A Table 4. RSS Secure Parameters Radio Default Possible Used in Parameter Wide/Per Description Settings Conv/Trunk Channel Secure Yes/No Radio Wide Both Notifies radio that Secure Equipped Module is present XL IC Present Yes/No Radio Wide Both Notifies radio that Secure...

  • Page 149

    Appendix B Model History Tables The following five tables include all of the HT 1000, JT 1000, MT 2000, MTS 2000, and MTX Series models from the beginning of this product line to date. Each table includes model number, model number description, and the kit numbers of the transceiver board (Xcvr Bd) and the controller board (Ctrl Bd) that shipped with that particular model.

  • Page 150

    Appendix B Table 1. HT 1000 Models Replacement Model Number Description Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Codeplug H01RDC9AA1BN UHF B1 2-F Closed 4-1W NUE7240B NTN7092B NUE7240D NCN6129B D64W H01RDC9AA1CN UHF B1 2-F Closed 4-1W NUE7240C NCN6129A NUE7240D...

  • Page 151

    Appendix B Table 1. HT 1000 Models Replacement Model Number Description Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Codeplug H01SDC9AA3DN UHF B2 16-F Closed 4-1W NUE7268B NCN6140C NUE7268B NCN6140C F91P-3 H01SDC9AA3DN UHF B2 16-F Closed 4-1W NUE7273B NCN6140C NUE7273B...

  • Page 152

    H01KDD9AA4AN VHF 48-F Top Display 5-1W NUD7095B NCN6147A NUD7095B NCN6147A F91P-3 H01KDD9AA4AN VHF 48-F Top Display 5-1W NUD7095B NCN6147B NUD7095B NCN6147B F91P-3 H01KDD9AA4AN VHF 48-F Top Display 5-1W PMUD7095B PMCN6147B NUD7095B NCN6147B H01KDH9AA7AN VHF 16-Ch Front Display NUD7070A NTN7091A NUD7070E NCN6147A D64W...

  • Page 153

    Appendix B Table 3. MT 2000 Models Replacements Model Number Description Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Codeplug H01RDD9AA4AN UHF B1 48-F Open NUE7231C NTN7091D NUE7231C NCN6147A D64W Top Display 4-1W H01RDD9AA4AN UHF B1 48-F Open NUE7272A NCN6147A...

  • Page 154

    Appendix B Table 3. MT 2000 Models Replacements Model Number Description Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Codeplug H01SDH9AA7AN UHF B2 16-Ch NUE7214A NTN7091A NUE7232C NCN6147A D64W Front Display 4-1W H01SDH9AA7AN UHF B2 16-Ch NUE7214B NTN7091B NUE7232C NCN6147A...

  • Page 155

    Appendix B Table 4. MTS 2000 Models Replacements Model Number Description Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Codeplug H01KDD9PW1AN VHF 3-SYS/Zone Top Display NUD7070A NTN7091A H01KDD9PW1BN VHF 16-Mode NUD7070A NLD8897A NUD7070E NCN6150A D64W Top Display 5-1W H01KDD9PW1BN VHF 16-Mode...

  • Page 156

    Appendix B Table 4. MTS 2000 Models Replacements Model Number Description Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Codeplug H01KDH9PW1BN VHF 16-Mode Front Display NUD7070C NTN7620D NUD7070E NCN6150A D64W Full Keypad 5-1W H01KDH9PW1BN VHF 16-Mode Front Display NUD7070D NTN7620E...

  • Page 157

    Appendix B Table 4. MTS 2000 Models Replacements Model Number Description Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Codeplug H01RDF9PW1BN UHF B1 16-Mode Front NUE7272B NCN6150B NUE7272B NCN6150B F91P-3 Display Limited Keypad 4- H01RDF9PW1BN UHF B1 16-Mode Front PMUE7272B PMCN6150...

  • Page 158

    Appendix B Table 4. MTS 2000 Models Replacements Model Number Description Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Codeplug H01SDF9PW1BN UHF B2 16-Mode Front NUE7273A NCN6150A NUE7273B NCN6150A F91P-3 Display Limited Keypad 4- H01SDF9PW1BN UHF B2 16-Mode Front NUE7273B...

  • Page 159

    Appendix B Table 4. MTS 2000 Models Replacements Model Number Description Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Codeplug H01UCF6PW1BN 800MHz 16-Mode Front NUF6410B NTN7620D NUF6410B NCN6150A D64W Display Limited Keypad 3W H01UCF6PW1BN 800MHz 16-Mode Front NUF6410B NTN7620E NUF6410B NCN6150A...

  • Page 160

    Appendix B Table 4. MTS 2000 Models Replacements Model Number Description Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Codeplug H01WCD4PW1CN 900MHz 16-Mode Top NUF6499D NCN 6153B NUF6499D NCN 6153B F91P-3 Display 2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.) H01WCD4PW1CN 900MHz 16-Mode Top...

  • Page 161

    Model Number Description Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Codeplug H01KDC9DB3AN MTX838 VHF 16-Mode 5-1W NUD7085A NTN7857A NUD7085E NCN6147A D64W H01KDC9DB3AN MTX838 VHF 16-Mode 5-1W NUD7085B NTN7857C NUD7085E NCN6147A D64W H01KDC9DB3AN MTX838 VHF 16-Mode Closed NUD7085C NTN7857D NUD7085E NCN6147A...

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    Appendix B Table 5. MTX Series Models Replacements Model Number Description Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Codeplug H01KDF9DB5AN MTX838 VHF 160-Mode NUD7085A NTN7512A NUD7085E NCN6147A D64W Trunked 5-1W H01KDF9DB5AN MTX838 VHF 160-Mode NUD7085B NTN7512C NUD7085E NCN6147A D64W...

  • Page 163

    Appendix B Table 5. MTX Series Models Replacements Model Number Description Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Codeplug H01RDC9DB3AN MTX838 UHF B1 16-Mode NUE7240C NTN7857D NUE7240D NCN6147A D64W Closed Trunked 4-1W H01RDC9DB3AN MTX838 UHF B1 16-Mode NUE7240D NTN7857D NUE7240D NCN6147A...

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    Appendix B Table 5. MTX Series Models Replacements Model Number Description Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Codeplug H01RDF9DB5AN MTX838 UHF B1 160-Mode NUE7274B NCN6147B NUE7274B NCN6147B F91P-3 Front Display Limited Keypad Trunked 4-1W H01RDF9DB5AN MTX838 UHF B1 160-Mode...

  • Page 165

    Appendix B Table 5. MTX Series Models Replacements Model Number Description Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Codeplug H01SDD9DB4AN MTX838 UHF B2 99-Mode NUE7241C NTN7857D NUE7241D NCN6147A D64W Top Display Trunked 4-1W H01SDD9DB4AN MTX838 UHF B2 99-Mode NUE7241D NTN7857D NUE7241D NCN6147A...

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    Appendix B Table 5. MTX Series Models Replacements Model Number Description Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Codeplug H01UCC6DF3AN MTX838 800MHz 16-Mode NUF6423A NTN7857A NUF6423B NCN6147A D64W Trunked Type II 3W H01UCC6DF3AN MTX838 800MHz 16-Mode NUF6423B NTN7857C NUF6423B NCN6147A...

  • Page 167

    Appendix B Table 5. MTX Series Models Replacements Model Number Description Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Codeplug H01UCH6DB7AN MTX8000 800MHz 160-Mode NUF6501B NCN6147A NUF6501B NCN6147A F91P-3 Front Display Full Keypad Trunked 3W H01UCH6DB7AN MTX8000 800MHz 160-Mode NUF6500D NCN6147B NUF6500D NCN6147B...

  • Page 168

    Appendix B Table 5. MTX Series Models Replacements Model Number Description Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Xcvr Bd Ctrl Bd Codeplug H01WCF4DB5AN MTX9000 900MHz 160-Mode NUF6502B NCN6153A NUF6502B NCN6153A F91P-3 Front Display Limited Keypad Trunked 2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.) H01WCF4DB5AN MTX9000 900MHz 160-Mode...

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