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ASTRO
®
Digital Spectra
and Digital Spectra Plus
UHF
VHF
800 MHz
Mobile Radios
Detailed Service Manual
®

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    ASTRO ® ® Digital Spectra and Digital Spectra Plus 800 MHz Mobile Radios Detailed Service Manual...

  • Page 3: Motorola, Inc

    Title Page Digital Spectra ® ® and Digital Spectra Plus VHF/UHF/800 MHz Mobile Radios Detailed Service Manual Motorola, Inc. 1301, E. Algonquin Rd, 6881076C25-E Schaumburg, IL 60196-1078, U.S.A.

  • Page 4: Computer Software Copyrights

    No duplication or distribution of this document or any portion thereof shall take place without the express written permission of Motorola. No part of this manual may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose without the express written permission of Motorola.

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    Document History The following major changes have been implemented in this manual since the previous edition: Edition Description Date 6881076C25-O Initial edition 2002 6881076C25-E Added info from FMR2035, FMR2048. Added Sep. 2008 PCBs, Schematics and Parts List for HLN6837E...

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    Document History Notes September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

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    ASTRO Digital Spectra 800 MHz Model Chart ..................xxxvi ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus VHF 25–50 and 50–110 Watt Model Chart ..........xxxvii ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus VHF 25–50 and 50–110 Watt Model Chart (cont.) ........ xxxviii ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus UHF 20–40 Watt Model Chart ..............xxxix ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus UHF 20–40 Watt Model Chart (cont.)............

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents VHF Radio Specifications ........................xlv UHF Radio Specifications ........................xlvi 800 MHz Radio Specifications ........................xlvii Chapter 1 Introduction................1-1 General............................1-1 Notations Used in This Manual ......................1-2 Chapter 2 General Overview ..............2-1 Introduction.............................2-1 Analog Mode of Operation ......................2-2 ASTRO Mode of Operation ......................2-2 Control Head Assembly........................2-2 2.4.1 Display (W3 Model) ......................2-2...

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents 3.1.2.5 Loop Filter ........................3-5 3.1.2.6 Auxiliary Control Bits ....................3-5 3.1.2.7 Second VCO ......................3-6 3.1.2.8 Power Distribution ....................3-6 3.1.3 Receiver Back-End......................3-6 3.1.3.1 First IF ........................3-6 3.1.3.2 ABACUS II IC ......................3-7 Command Board ..........................3-8 3.2.1 Microcontroller and Support ICs ..................3-8 3.2.2 Serial Input/Output IC ......................3-8 3.2.3...

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    viii Table of Contents 3.5.1.5 RX Buffer Circuitry....................3-48 3.5.1.6 Frequency Divider and TX Buffer Circuitry.............3-48 3.5.2 UHF Band........................3-49 3.5.2.1 General........................3-49 3.5.2.2 Super Filter 8.6 V ....................3-49 3.5.2.3 VCO........................3-49 3.5.2.4 Receive Mode (AUX2* Low)...................3-49 3.5.2.5 Transmit Mode (AUX2* High).................3-49 3.5.2.6 Bandshift Circuit .....................3-49 3.5.2.7 Output Buffer ......................3-49 3.5.2.8...

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    Table of Contents 3.7.2.1.3 Power Control Circuitry ...................3-69 3.7.2.2 40-Watt Power Amplifier..................3-72 3.7.2.2.1 Transmitter ......................3-72 3.7.2.2.2 Antenna Switch and Harmonic Filter ...............3-73 3.7.2.2.3 Power Control Circuitry ...................3-74 3.7.3 800 MHz Band Power Amplifiers..................3-77 3.7.3.1 15- and 35-Watt Amplifiers..................3-77 3.7.3.1.1 Transmitter ......................3-77 3.7.3.1.2 Antenna Switch and Harmonic Filter ...............3-78 3.7.3.1.3 Power Control Circuitry ...................3-79 3.7.3.1.4 Temperature Sensing..................3-81...

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    Table of Contents Power Amplifier Procedures......................4-21 4.5.1 VHF Band........................4-21 4.5.1.1 High-Power Amplifier....................4-21 4.5.1.1.1 General Troubleshooting and Repair Notes............4-21 4.5.1.1.2 PA Functional Testing ..................4-25 4.5.1.1.3 Power Control and Protection Circuitry ............4-28 4.5.1.2 25/10 Watt Power Amplifier..................4-29 4.5.1.2.1 General Troubleshooting and Repair Notes............4-29 4.5.1.2.2 PA Functional Testing ..................4-30 4.5.1.2.3 Localizing Problems ..................4-34 4.5.1.2.4 Isolating Failures .....................4-35...

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    Waveform W7: Receive Audio .......................6-5 Waveform W8: Transmit Audio ......................6-5 Waveform W9: Power-Down Reset....................6-6 Waveform W10: ADSIC 2.4 MHz Reference..................6-6 ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus VOCON Board Waveforms...............6-7 32 kHz Clock Waveform.........................6-7 16.8 MHz Clock Waveform......................6-8 TX Modulation Out Waveform ......................6-8 Differential ADDAG Output Waveform ...................6-9...

  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Chapter 7 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists List of Schematics and Component Location Diagrams..............7-1 RF Section .............................7-2 ASTRO Spectra Radio Interconnection ...................7-4 HRN4009B/HRN6014A VHF RF Board, HRN4010B/HRN6020A UHF RF Board, and HRN6019A 800 MHz RF Board Schematic................7-5 HRN4009B/HRN6014A VHF RF Board, HRN4010B/HRN6020A UHF RF Board, and HRN6019A 800 MHz RF Board Component Location Diagrams ..........7-6 HRN4009C/HRN6014C VHF RF Board Schematic Diagram ..........7-9...

  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents xiii HLN6837A ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Component Location Diagram, Bottom View ..7-59 HLN6837C ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Top Level Schematic (Sheet 1 of 2) ....7-62 HLN6837C ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Top Level Schematic (Sheet 2 of 2)....7-63 HLN6837C ASTRO Spectra Plus Digital/Memory Schematic (Sheet 1 of 2) ......7-64 HLN6837C ASTRO Spectra Plus Digital/Memory Schematic (Sheet 2 of 2)......7-65 HLN6837C ASTRO Spectra Plus Audio/DC Discrete Schematic .........7-66...

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    Keyload ..........................A-2 Appendix B Replacement Parts Ordering ..........B-1 Basic Ordering Information......................B-1 Transceiver Board and VOCON Board Ordering Information ............B-1 Motorola Online ..........................B-1 Mail Orders............................ B-1 Telephone Orders ......................... B-2 Fax Orders ............................ B-2 Parts Identification......................... B-2 Product Customer Service ......................

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    List of Figures List of Figures Figure 2-1. DC Voltage Routing Block Diagram..................2-9 Figure 2-2. ASTRO Spectra B+ Routing for Vocoder/Controller (VOCON) Board.........2-10 Figure 3-1. Prescaler IC Block Diagram ....................3-2 Figure 3-2. Synthesizer IC Block Diagram....................3-2 Figure 3-3. Loop Divider Waveforms .......................3-4 Figure 3-4.

  • Page 18: Table Of Contents

    Table 7-7. J801 VOCON Board to Encryption Board ................7-3 Table 7-8. J601 RF Board to VCO Board ....................7-3 Table A-1. ASTRO Digital Spectra Secure Modules ................A-1 Table A-2. ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus Secure Modules ..............A-1 September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

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    List of Tables xvii Related Publications ASTRO Digital Spectra and Digital Spectra Plus Model W3 User’s Guide........6881090C61 ASTRO Digital Spectra and Digital Spectra Plus Models W4, W5, W7, and W9 User’s Guide..6881090C62 ASTRO Digital Spectra Hand-Held Control Head User’s Guide (Model W3) ......... 6881073C25 ASTRO Digital Spectra (Model W4, W5, W7, and W9) User’s Guide ..........

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    xviii List of Tables Notes September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 21: Limited Warranty

    Product Accessories One (1) Year Motorola, at its option, will at no charge either repair the Product (with new or reconditioned parts), replace it (with a new or reconditioned Product), or refund the purchase price of the Product during the warranty period provided it is returned in accordance with the terms of this warranty. Replaced parts or boards are warranted for the balance of the original applicable warranty period.

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    Warranty service will be provided by Motorola through one of its authorized warranty service locations. If you first contact the company which sold you the Product, it can facilitate your obtaining warranty service. You can also call Motorola at 1-888-567-7347 US/Canada.

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    A. that MOTOROLA will be notified promptly in writing by such purchaser of any notice of such claim; B. that MOTOROLA will have sole control of the defense of such suit and all negotiations for its settlement or compromise; and C.

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    xxii Commercial Warranty Notes September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

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    Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications Mobile Radio Model Numbering Scheme Typical Model Number: Position: 12 13 Position 1 - Type of Unit Positions 13 - 16 D = Dash-Mounted Mobile Radio SP Model Suffix M = Motorcycle Mobile Radio T = Trunk-Mounted Mobile Radio Position 12 - Unique Model Variations Positions 2 &...

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    xxiv Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications ASTRO Digital Spectra Motorcycle 15 Watt (Ranges 1 and 2) Model Chart Model Number Description M04JGF9PW4AN Model W4 (136–162 MHz), Range 1, 15 Watt, 128 Channels M04JGF9PW5AN Model W5 (136–162 MHz), Range 1, 15 Watt, 128 Channels M04JGH9PW7AN Model W7 (136–162 MHz), Range 1, 15 Watt, 128 Channels M04KGF9PW4AN...

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    Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications ASTRO Digital Spectra Motorcycle 15 Watt (Ranges 3 and 3.5) Model Chart Model Number Description M04RGF9PW4ANSP02 Model W4 (450–482 MHz), Range 3, 15 Watt, 128 Channels M04RGF9PW5ANSP02 Model W5 (450–482 MHz), Range 3, 15 Watt, 128 Channels M04RGF9PW4ANSP01 Model W4 (453–488 MHz), Range 3.5, 15 Watt, 128 Channels M04RGF9PW5ANSP01...

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    xxvi Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications ASTRO Digital Spectra VHF 10–25 Watt Model Chart Model Number Description D04JHH9PW3AN Model W3 (136-145.9 MHz), 10–25 Watt, 255 Channels D04JHF9PW4AN Model W4 (136–162 MHz), 10–25 Watt, 128 Channels D04JHF9PW5AN Model W5 (136–162 MHz); 10–25 Watt, 128 Channels D04JHH9PW7AN Model W7 (136–162 MHz), 10–25 Watt, 255 Channels T04JHH9PW9AN...

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    Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications xxvii ASTRO Digital Spectra VHF 25–50 and 50–110 Watt Model Chart Model Number Description D04JKH9SW7AN Model W7 (136–162 MHz), 25–50 Watt, 512 Channels D04KKH9SW3AN Model W3 (146–174 MHz), 25–50 Watt, 512 Channels D04KKF9SW4AN Model W4 (146–174 MHz), 25–50 Watt, 512 Channels D04KKF9SW5AN Model W5 (146–174 MHz), 25–50 Watt, 512 Channels D04KKH9SW7AN...

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    xxviii Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications ASTRO Digital Spectra VHF 25–50 and 50–110 Watt Model Chart (cont.) Model Number Description D04JKH9SW7AN Model W7 (136–162 MHz), 25–50 Watt, 512 Channels D04KKH9SW3AN Model W3 (146–174 MHz), 25–50 Watt, 512 Channels D04KKF9SW4AN Model W4 (146–174 MHz), 25–50 Watt, 512 Channels D04KKF9SW5AN Model W5 (146–174 MHz);...

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    Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications xxix ASTRO Digital Spectra UHF 10–25 Watt Model Chart Model Number Description D04RHH9PW3AN Model W3 (438–470 MHz), 10–25 Watt, 255 Channels D04RHF9PW4AN Model W4 (438–470 MHz), 10–25 Watt, 128 Channels D04RHF9PW5AN Model W5 (438–470 MHz), 10–25 Watt, 128 Channels D04RHH9PW7AN Model W7 (438–470 MHz), 10–25 Watt, 255 Channels T04RHH9PW9AN...

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    Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications ASTRO Digital Spectra UHF 20–40 Watt Model Chart Model Number Description D04QKH9PW3AN Model W3 (403–433 MHz), 20–40 Watt, 128 Channels D04QKF9PW4AN Model W4 (403–433 MHz), 20–40 Watt, 128 Channels D04QKF9PW5AN Model W5 (403–433 MHz), 20–40 Watt, 128 Channels D04QKH9PW7AN Model W7 (403–433 MHz), 20–40 Watt, 255 Channels T04QKH9PW9AN...

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    Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications xxxi ASTRO Digital Spectra UHF 20–40 Watt Model Chart (cont.) Model Number Description D04QKH9PW3AN Model W3 (403–433 MHz), 20–40 Watt, 128 Channels D04QKF9PW4AN Model W4 (403–433 MHz), 20–40 Watt, 128 Channels D04QKF9PW5AN Model W5 (403–433 MHz), 20–40 Watt, 128 Channels D04QKH9PW7AN Model W7 (403–433 MHz), 20–40 Watt, 255 Channels T04QKH9PW9AN...

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    xxxii Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications ASTRO Digital Spectra UHF 50–110 Watt Model Chart Model Number Description T04QLF9PW4AN Model W4 (403–433 MHz), 50–110 Watt, 128 Channels T04QLF9PW5AN Model W5 (403–433 MHz), 50–110 Watt, 255 Channels T04QLH9PW7AN Model W7 (403–433 MHz), 50–110 Watt, 255 Channels T04QLH9PW9AN Model W9 (403–433 MHz), 50–110 Watt, 255 Channels T04RLF9PW4AN...

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    Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications xxxiii ASTRO Digital Spectra UHF 50–110 Watt Model Chart (cont.) Model Number Description T04QLF9PW4AN Model W4 (403–433 MHz), 50–110 Watt, 128 Channels T04QLF9PW5AN Model W5 (403–433 MHz), 50–110 Watt, 255 Channels T04QLH9PW7AN Model W7 (403–433 MHz), 50–110 Watt, 255 Channels T04QLH9PW9AN Model W9 (403–433 MHz), 50–110 Watt, 255 Channels T04RLF9PW4AN...

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    xxxiv Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications ASTRO Digital Spectra 800 MHz Model Chart Model Number Description D04UJF9PW3AN Model W3 (800 MHz), 35 Watt, 128 Channels D04UJF9PW4AN Model W4 (800 MHz), 35 Watt, 128 Channels D04UJF9PW5AN Model W5 (800 MHz), 35 Watt, 128 Channels D04UJF9PW7AN Model W7 (800 MHz), 35 Watt, 255 Channels T04UJF9PW9AN...

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    Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications xxxv ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus VHF 25–50 and 50–110 Watt Model Chart Model Number Description D04JKH9SW7AN Model W7 (136–162 MHz), 25–50 Watt, 512 Channels D04KKH9SW3AN Model W3 (146–174 MHz), 25–50 Watt, 512 Channels D04KKF9SW4AN Model W4 (146–174 MHz), 25–50 Watt, 512 Channels D04KKF9SW5AN Model W5 (146–174 MHz), 25–50 Watt, 512 Channels...

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    Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus VHF 25–50 and 50–110 Watt Model Chart (cont.) Model Number Description D04JKH9SW7AN Model W7 (136–162 MHz), 25–50 Watt, 512 Channels D04KKH9SW3AN Model W3 (146–174 MHz), 25–50 Watt, 512 Channels D04KKF9SW4AN Model W4 (146–174 MHz), 25–50 Watt, 512 Channels...

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    Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications xxxvii ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus UHF 20–40 Watt Model Chart Model Number Description D04QKH9SW3AN Model W3 (403–433 MHz), 20–40 Watt, 512 Channels D04QKF9SW4AN Model W4 (403–433 MHz), 20–40 Watt, 512 Channels D04QKF9SW5AN Model W5 (403–433 MHz), 20–40 Watt, 512 Channels D04QKH9SW7AN Model W7 (403–433 MHz), 20–40 Watt, 512 Channels...

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    Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus UHF 20–40 Watt Model Chart (cont.) Model Number Description D04QKH9SW3AN Model W3 (403–433 MHz), 20–40 Watt, 512 Channels D04QKF9SW4AN Model W4 (403–433 MHz), 20–40 Watt, 512 Channels D04QKF9SW5AN Model W5 (403–433 MHz), 20–40 Watt, 512 Channels D04QKH9SW7AN Model W7 (403–433 MHz), 20–40 Watt, 512 Channels...

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    Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications xxxix ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus UHF 50–110 Watt Model Chart Model Number Description T04QLH9SW3AN Model W3 (403–433 MHz), 50–110 Watt, 512 Channels T04QLF9SW4AN Model W4 (403–433 MHz), 50–110 Watt, 512 Channels T04QLF9SW5AN Model W5 (403–433 MHz), 50–110 Watt, 512 Channels T04QLH9SW7AN Model W7 (403–433 MHz), 50–110 Watt, 512 Channels...

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    Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus UHF 50–110 Watt Model Chart (cont.) Model Number Description T04QLH9SW3AN Model W3 (403–433 MHz), 50–110 Watt, 512 Channels T04QLF9SW4AN Model W4 (403–433 MHz), 50–110 Watt, 512 Channels T04QLF9SW5AN Model W5 (403–433 MHz), 50–110 Watt, 512 Channels T04QLH9SW7AN Model W7 (403–433 MHz), 50–110 Watt, 512 Channels...

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    Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus 800 MHz Model Chart Model Number Description M04UGF9SW4AN Model W4 (800 MHz), 15 Watt, 512 Channels M04UGF9SW5AN Model W5 (800 MHz), 15 Watt, 512 Channels M04UGH9SW7AN Model W7 (800 MHz), 15 Watt, 512 Channels...

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    Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus 800 MHz Model Chart (cont.) Model Number Description M04UGF9SW4AN Model W4 (800 MHz), 15 Watt, 512 Channels M04UGF9SW5AN Model W5 (800 MHz), 15 Watt, 512 Channels M04UGH9SW7AN Model W7 (800 MHz), 15 Watt, 512 Channels...

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    Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications xliii VHF Radio Specifications GENERAL RECEIVER TRANSMITTER FCC Designations: AZ492FT3772 Frequency Range: Frequency Range: AZ492FT3773 Range 1: 136–162 MHz Range 1: 136–162 MHz Range 2: 146–174 MHz Range 2: 146–174 MHz Temperature Range: Operating: -30°C to +60°C Channel Spacing: 12.5 kHz, 25 kHz Rated Output Power:...

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    xliv Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications UHF Radio Specifications GENERAL RECEIVER TRANSMITTER FCC Designations: AZ492FT4786 Frequency Range: Frequency Range: AZ492FT4787 Range 1: 403–433 MHz Range 1: 403–433 MHz Range 2: 438–470 MHz Range 2: 438–470 MHz Temperature Range: Range 3: 450–482 MHz Range 3: 450–482 MHz...

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    Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications 800 MHz Radio Specifications GENERAL RECEIVER TRANSMITTER FCC Designations: AZ492FT5759 Frequency Range: 851–869 MHz Frequency Range: AZ492FT5751 Repeater Mode: 806–824 MHz Channel Spacing: 12.5 kHz/20 kHz/25 kHz Talk-Around Mode: 851–869 MHz Temperature Range: Operating: -30°C to +60°C Input Impedance: 50 Ohm Rated Output Power:...

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    xlvi Model Numbering, Charts, and Specifications Notes September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 49: Chapter 1 Introduction

    Use this manual in conjunction with the ASTRO Digital Spectra and Digital Spectra Plus Mobile Radios Basic Service Manual (Motorola part number 6881076C20), which helps in troubleshooting a problem to a particular board. Conduct the basic performance checks first to verify the need to analyze the radio and help pinpoint the functional problem area.

  • Page 50: Notations Used In This Manual

    Introduction: Notations Used in This Manual Notations Used in This Manual Throughout the text in this publication, you will notice the use of warnings, cautions, and notes. These notations are used to emphasize that safety hazards exist, and care must be taken and observed.

  • Page 51: Chapter 2 General Overview

    Chapter 2 General Overview Introduction The ASTRO Digital Spectra radio is a dual-mode (trunked/conventional), microcontroller-based transceiver incorporating a Digital Signal Processor (DSP). The microcontroller handles the general radio control, monitors status, and processes commands input from the keypad or other user controls.

  • Page 52: Analog Mode Of Operation

    General Overview: Analog Mode of Operation Analog Mode of Operation When the radio is receiving, the signal comes from the antenna/antenna-switch on the power amplifier board to the front-end receiver assembly. The signal is then filtered, amplified, and mixed with the first local-oscillator signal generated by the voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO). The resulting intermediate frequency (IF) signal is fed to the IF circuitry on the RF board, where it is again filtered and amplified.

  • Page 53: Display (w9 Model)

    General Overview: Control Head Assembly 2.4.3 Display (W9 Model) The control-head assembly for a W9 model has an 11-character, alphanumeric, vacuum fluorescent display. It needs three separate voltages to operate; the cathode needs 35 V to accelerate electrons to the anode; the grid needs 40 V to totally shut off current flow; the filament needs 3.8 Vac at 80mA. These voltages are obtained from the transformer on the display controller board.

  • Page 54: Vehicle Interface Ports

    General Overview: Control Head Assembly 2.4.9 Vehicle Interface Ports The Vehicle Interface Ports (VIPs) allow the control head to activate external circuits and receive inputs from the outside world. In general, VIP outputs are used for relay control and VIP inputs accept inputs from external switches.

  • Page 55: Power Amplifier

    General Overview: Power Amplifier Power Amplifier The power amplifier (PA) is a multi-stage, discrete-transistor RF amplifier consisting of the following: • Low-level power controlling stage • Drivers • Final amplifier • Directional coupler • Antenna switch • Harmonic filter 2.5.1 Gain Stages The first stage buffers the RF signal, filters harmonics, and acts as a variable amplifier.

  • Page 56: Front-end Receiver Assembly

    General Overview: Front-End Receiver Assembly Front-End Receiver Assembly The receiver front-end consists of a preselector, a mixer circuit, and an injection filter. The receiver injection (1st local oscillator) comes from the VCO assembly through a coax cable. The injection filter is either fixed-tuned or tuned at the factory depending upon the bandsplit.

  • Page 57: Uhf And 800 Mhz Radios

    General Overview: Command Board The VCO output is coupled to a transistor for amplification and for impedance buffering. The output of this stage passes through a low-pass filter where the signal is split into three paths. One path feeds back to the synthesizer prescaler; the other two provide injection for the RX and TX amplification strings.

  • Page 58: Radio Power

    General Overview: Radio Power The support-logic IC acts as an extension of the microcontrol unit by providing logic functions such as lower address latch, reset, memory address decoding, and additional control lines for the radio. The VOCON board controls a crystal-pull circuit to adjust the crystal oscillator frequency on the microcontrol unit, so that the E-clock harmonics do not cause interference with the receive channel.

  • Page 59: B+ Routing For Astro Spectra Vocon Board

    General Overview: Radio Power When the command board regulators are “on,” the 9.6-V output sources the command board and RF board circuits. The switched +5 V is routed to the VOCON board. See Figure 2-1. Control Command Board Battery Head Power Amp SWB+ UNSW...

  • Page 60: Figure 2-2. Astro Spectra B+ Routing For Vocoder/controller (vocon) Board

    2-10 General Overview: Radio Power Transistor Q206 controls solid-state power switch Q207, providing SWB+ to the encryption module (if equipped). The "SWB+" and "UNSWB+" encryption voltages both originate from pin 38 of J501 and are fed to the encryption module via J801. Port PL3 (5-V EN) on the SLIC and Q207 are under the control of the microcontroller unit (MCU), U204.

  • Page 61: Chapter 3 Theory Of Operation

    Chapter 3 Theory of Operation RF Board This section provides a detailed circuit description of the ASTRO RF board for VHF, UHF, and 800 MHz models. This board contains the common synthesizer circuits (synthesizer section) and dual IF receiver and demodulation circuits (receiver back-end). When reading the theory of operation, refer to your appropriate schematic and component location diagrams located in “Chapter 7.

  • Page 62: Figure 3-1. Prescaler Ic Block Diagram

    Theory of Operation: RF Board VREF CONT PNP BASE MULTI - MODULUS BASE PRESCALER 5V OUT LATCH S.F. VIN U601 MOSAIC PRESCALER S.F. BASE 300KHz 2ND L.O. CHARGE - PUMP S.F. OUT PHASE DETECTOR S.F. CAP DATA 2ND L.O. S.F. GND CLOCK 0 DET REF IN DATA OUT...

  • Page 63: Synthesizer

    Theory of Operation: RF Board The reference oscillator generates the 16.8 MHz signal that serves as the reference for all radio frequency accuracy. It uses a proprietary temperature compensation circuit to keep the radio within its specified frequency tolerance. The receiver back-end uses the ABACUS II IC (U301) to demodulate all the way to baseband, starting from the first IF.

  • Page 64: Programmable Reference Divider

    Theory of Operation: RF Board The synthesizer generates a modulus control output which instructs the prescaler to divide by either P or P + 1 (that is, 255 or 256). When modulus control is low, the prescaler is dividing by P + l (256) and the A counter is running;...

  • Page 65: Phase Modulator

    Theory of Operation: RF Board 3.1.2.4 Phase Modulator ASTRO radios use a dual-port modulation scheme. The nature of the synthesizer loop is to track out low-frequency errors. In order to enable low-frequency modulation, such as DPL, the reference signal is modulated with the same signal as the VCO. Effectively, this prevents the low-frequency error in the loop (DPL) from tracking out because the same error is on the reference signal.

  • Page 66: Second Vco

    Theory of Operation: RF Board 3.1.2.7 Second VCO The second VCO is a grounded-gate, FET Colpitts oscillator. The resonator consists of a fixed inductor and a varactor. A potentiometer, R634, adjusts the negative voltage to the varactor. This adjustment is performed at board test to bring the phase detector output to the center of its linear region;...

  • Page 67: Abacus Ii Ic

    Theory of Operation: RF Board 3.1.3.2 ABACUS II IC Once in the ABACUS II IC (U301), the first IF frequency is amplified and then down converted to 450 kHz, the second IF frequency. At this point, the analog signal is converted into two digital bit streams by a sigma-delta A/D converter.

  • Page 68: Command Board

    Theory of Operation: Command Board Command Board This section of the theory of operation provides a detailed circuit description of the ASTRO Digital Spectra Command Board. When reading the Theory of Operation, refer to your appropriate schematic and component location diagrams located in “Chapter 7.

  • Page 69: Power-up/-down Sequence

    Theory of Operation: Command Board 3.2.3 Power-Up/-Down Sequence Normally, switched B+ (SWB+) enters the command board from P502, pin 31. This voltage is derived from the battery A+ voltage which enters the control head through P502, pin 30. A power FET transistor, located in the control head (W5 and W7 models), provides the means of controlling the main power source via the control head’s on/off switch.

  • Page 70: Regulators

    3-10 Theory of Operation: Command Board 3.2.4 Regulators The regulator circuits include an unswitched +5 V (UNSW5V) discrete circuit, and the regulator/ power-control IC (RPCIC) that produces switched +5 V (U500, pin 14) and 9.6 V (U500, pin 17). The UNSW+5-V source is used by the RPCIC as a reference (U500, pin 20) for its switched + 5-V source.

  • Page 71: Serial Communications On The External Bus

    Theory of Operation: Command Board 3-11 The three inputs to the NOR gate (SW9.6-V, RPCIC EN, and RPCIC_EN delayed) must be at a logic low to enable the power-on reset (POR*) to a high logic state. During this power-up sequence, this reset is delayed approximately 170 ms after the B+ voltage is sensed.

  • Page 72: Synchronous Serial Bus (mosi)

    3-12 Theory of Operation: Command Board 3.2.7 Synchronous Serial Bus (MOSI) The synchronous serial bus is an internal bus used by the microcontroller for communicating with various ICs. The serial bus, called MOSI (master out/ slave in), is used to program the digital-to-analog (D/A) converter IC (U526), the serial-to-parallel shift register (U530) on the command board, and the ABACUS II IC (U301) on the RF board.

  • Page 73: Transmit Deviation

    Theory of Operation: Command Board 3-13 3.2.10 Transmit Deviation The analog transmit deviation (MAI) enters the VOCON board through P501, pin 39, and is converted to a digital format. The digital representation is processed and pre-emphasized by the DSP processor. The pre-emphasized digital bit stream is converted back to analog by the ADSIC device.

  • Page 74: Regulator And Power-control Ic

    3-14 Theory of Operation: Command Board 3.2.14 Regulator and Power-Control IC The regulator and power-control IC (RPCIC), U500, contains internal circuitry for the 9.6-V regulator and the switched +5-V regulator. Refer to Section 3.2.4, "Regulators," on page 3-10 for detailed theory of operation.

  • Page 75: Astro Spectra Vocon Board

    The controller section is the central interface between the various subsystems of the radio. It is very similar to the digital logic portion of the controllers on many existing Motorola radios. Its main task is to interpret user input, provide user feedback, and schedule events in the radio operation, which includes programming ICs, steering the activities of the DSP, and sending messages to the display through the control head.

  • Page 76: Figure 3-7. Vocon Board – Controller Section

    3-16 Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra VOCON Board The SLIC (U206) performs many functions as a companion IC for the MCU. Among these are expanded input/output (I/O), memory decoding and management, and interrupt control. It also contains the universal asynchronous receiver transmitter (UART) used for the RS232 data communications.

  • Page 77: Vocoder Section

    Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra VOCON Board 3-17 3.3.3 Vocoder Section Refer to Figure 3-8 on page 3-18 and your specific schematic diagram. The vocoder section of the VOCON board is made up of a digital signal processor (DSP) (U405), 24k x24 static-RAM (SRAM) (U414, U403, and U402), 256kB FLASH ROM (U404), and ABACUS II/DSP support IC (ADSIC) (U406).

  • Page 78: Rx Signal Path

    3-18 Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra VOCON Board When transmitting, the microphone audio is passed from the command board to the ADSIC, which incorporates an analog-to-digital (A/D) converter to translate the analog waveform to a series of data. The data is available to the DSP through the ADSIC parallel registers. In the converse way, the DSP writes speaker data samples to a D/A in the ADSIC, which provides an analog speaker audio signal to the audio power amplifier on the command board.

  • Page 79: Figure 3-9. Dsp Rssi Port – Rx Mode

    Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra VOCON Board 3-19 8KHz IRQB IRQB Command Board Interface D8-D23 J501-40 ADSIC DSP56001 A0-A2,A13-A15,RD*,WR* U406 U405 ABACUS II 2.4 MHz Receive Data Clock Interface SCKR 20 KHz RX Data Interrupt J501-6 48KHz TX Data Interrupt Data In J501-2 1.2 MHz Tx Data Serial Clock...

  • Page 80

    3-20 Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra VOCON Board The DSP accesses this data through its SSI port. This is a 6 port synchronous serial bus. It is used by the DSP for both transmit and receive data transferal, but only the receive functions will be discussed here.

  • Page 81: Tx Signal Path

    Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra VOCON Board 3-21 3.3.5 TX Signal Path The transmit signal path follows some of the same design structure as the receive signal path described in Section 3.3.4, "RX Signal Path," on page 3-18 (refer to Figure 3-10).

  • Page 82: Controller Bootstrap And Asynchronous Buses

    Figure 3-11 on page 3-23) is an asynchronous serial communication bus, utilizing a Motorola proprietary protocol. It provides a means for the MCU to communicate with other hardware devices. In the ASTRO Digital Spectra radio, it communicates with hardware accessories connected to the accessory connector and the remote interface board.

  • Page 83: Figure 3-11. Host Sb9600 And Rs232 Ports

    Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra VOCON Board 3-23 The same UART internal to the MCU is used in the controller bootstrap mode of operation. This mode is used primarily in downloading new program code to the FLASH ROMs on the VOCON board.

  • Page 84: Vocoder Bootstrap

    3-24 Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra VOCON Board 3.3.7 Vocoder Bootstrap The DSP has two modes of bootstrap: from program code stored in the FLASH ROM U404, or retrieving code from the host port. During normal modes of operation, the DSP executes program code stored in the FLASH ROM, U404.

  • Page 85: Figure 3-12. Controller Memory Mapping

    Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra VOCON Board 3-25 MAP 2 $0000 NON-MUX 32K COMMON External $0000 $1000 $0E00 $2000 Int EE $1000 F1 REGS $1060 $3000 INT RAM $4000 $1400 SLIC REG $5000 $1500 HOST PORT $6000 $1600 Ext RAM $1800 $7000 External...

  • Page 86: Vocoder Memory Map

    3-26 Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra VOCON Board The MCU executes program code stored in the FLASH ROMs. On a power-up reset, it fetches a vector from $FFFE, $FFFF in the ROMs and begins to execute code stored at this location. The external SRAM along with the internal 1Kx8 SRAM is used for temporary variable storage and stack space.

  • Page 87: Figure 3-13. Vocoder Memory Mapping

    Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra VOCON Board 3-27 $FFFF ADSIC Registers ADS Vectors $E000 $DFFF External ROM External ROM 16KB Physical 16KB Physical Banks Banks $20000-3FFFF $00000-1FFFF $A000 $9FFF Not Used $8000 $7FFF External External External U401 U402 U403 $2000 $1FFF $1000 $0FFF...

  • Page 88: Mcu System Clock

    3-28 Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra VOCON Board The DSP program code is stored in the FLASH ROM, U404. During normal modes of operation, the DSP moves the appropriate program code into the three SRAMs (U401, U402, and U403) and internal RAM for execution.

  • Page 89: Vocon Board Signals

    Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra VOCON Board 3-29 During this process, the MCU does power diagnostics. These diagnostics include verifying the MCU system RAM, and verifying the data stored in the internal EEPROM, external EEPROM, and FLASH ROMs. The MCU queries the DSP for proper status and the results of DSP self tests. The DSP self tests include testing the system RAM, verifying the program code in ROM U404, and returning the ADSIC configuration register checksum.

  • Page 90: Table 3-3. Vocon Board Address Bus (ha) Pinouts

    3-30 Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra VOCON Board Table 3-3. VOCON Board Address Bus (HA) Pinouts U201 U202 U204 U205 U206 U210 U405 – – – – – – – – – – HA10 – – HA11 – – HA12 –...

  • Page 91: Table 3-5. Vocon Board Data Bus (hd) Pinouts

    Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra VOCON Board 3-31 Table 3-4. VOCON Board Data Bus (D) Pinouts (Continued) U402 U403 U404 U405 U406 U414 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Table 3-5. VOCON Board Data Bus (HD) Pinouts U201 U202 U204...

  • Page 92: Table 3-6. U204 (mcu)

    3-32 Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra VOCON Board Table 3-6. U204 (MCU) U204 Description To/From Pin # R260 PE1 B SENSE/LBAT/PWR DWN VR214 PE3 EMERG J901-4 PE6 SPKR COMMON R263 PE7 EXT SPKR R261 4XECLK (7.3726 MHz) U206-A3 PD0 BOOT DATA IN (RXD) J501-17 U206 PD1 BOOT DATA OUT (TXD) J501-18 U208...

  • Page 93: Table 3-7. U206 (slic)

    Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra VOCON Board 3-33 Table 3-6. U204 (MCU) (Continued) U204 Description To/From Pin # PG4 ADSIC RST* U406-A8 PG3 ADSIC SEL* U406-B8 PG2 DSP RST* U405-G9 PG1 ROSC/PSC CE* J501-12 PG0 SYN SEL* J501-11 R/W* U405-D9 U206-B3 ECLK (1.8432 MHz) U206-A4...

  • Page 94

    3-34 Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra VOCON Board Table 3-7. U206 (SLIC) (Continued) U206 Description To/From Pin # R268 PJ5 OPT SEL2 (KEYLOAD*) R237 PJ6 VIP IN1 J501-24 PJ7 EMC EN* J801-10 POR* U409-2 HC11RST*/RESET* U204-E5 U201-31 U201-25 U202-22 U205-32 U210-32 R/W* U405-D9...

  • Page 95: Table 3-8. Vocon U405 (dsp)

    Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra VOCON Board 3-35 Table 3-7. U206 (SLIC) (Continued) U206 Description To/From Pin # MICEN J501-45 B+ CNTL U409-2 Q206B VIP OUT1 J501-22 CS3B EMC MAKEUP* J801-12 CS2B RAM SEL* U211-2 CS1B HEN* U405-E8 DISP EN*/LATCH SEL* J601-4 RED LED GRN LED...

  • Page 96: Table 3-9. Vocon U406 (adsic)

    3-36 Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra VOCON Board Table 3-8. VOCON U405 (DSP) (Continued) U405 Description To/From Pin # U406-J4 U406-K4 SCLK U204-G3 U406-C9 TXD/EMC RXD J801-3 RXD/EMC TXD J801-4 RESET/DSP RST* U204-H8 HACK* R409 HREQ* U204-H3 HEN* U206-J7 HR/W* U204-B6 Table 3-9.

  • Page 97

    Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra VOCON Board 3-37 Table 3-9. VOCON U406 (ADSIC) (Continued) U406 Description To/From Pin # SSW/EPS* U404-30 SCLK/SPI SCK U204-G5 J501-8 J801-9 SPO/MOSI J501-9 J801-8 U501-39 U501-40 VRO REFMOD J501-48 MODIN J501-49 RXD SRO 2.4 MHz U405-C5 RFS SC1 U405-B5...

  • Page 98: Astro Spectra Plus Vocon Board

    The controller section is the central interface between the various subsystems of the radio. It is very similar to the digital logic portion of the controllers on many existing Motorola radios. Its main task is to interpret user input, provide user feedback, and schedule events in the radio operation, which includes programming ICs (Integrated Circuits), steering the activities of the DSP (Digital Signal Processor), and sending messages to the display through the control head.

  • Page 99: Astro Spectra Plus Vocoder Section

    Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Board 3-39 In addition to the SPI bus, the controller also maintains two asynchronous serial busses; the SB9600 bus and an RS232 serial bus. The SB9600 bus is for interfacing the controller section to different hardware option boards, some of which may be external to the radio.

  • Page 100: Figure 3-15. Astro Spectra Plus Vocon Board – Vocoder Section

    3-40 Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Board When transmitting, the microphone audio is passed from the command board to the MC145483 CODEC (U402), which incorporates an analog-to-digital (A/D) converter to translate the analog waveform to a data stream. The data is made available to the DSP through the Serial Audio Port (SAP) of the Patriot IC.

  • Page 101: Astro Spectra Plus Rx Signal Path

    Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Board 3-41 3.4.4 ASTRO Spectra Plus RX Signal Path The vocoder processes all received signals digitally. This requires a unique back end from a standard analog radio. This unique functionality is provided by the ABACUS IC with the KRSIC (U200) acting as the interface to the DSP.

  • Page 102: Astro Spectra Plus Tx Signal Path

    3-42 Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Board The DSP accesses this data through its SSI port. The SSI port is used by the DSP for both transmit and receive data transferal, but only the receive functions will be discussed in this section. The KRSIC transfers the data to the DSP on the SRDB line at a rate of 1.2 MHz.

  • Page 103: Astro Spectra Plus Controller Bootstrap And Asynchronous Busses

    Figure 3-18 on page 3-44) is an asynchronous serial communication bus, utilizing a Motorola proprietary protocol. It provides a means for the MCU to communicate with other hardware devices. In the ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus radio, it communicates with hardware accessories connected to the accessory connector and the remote interface board.

  • Page 104: Astro Spectra Plus Serial Peripheral Interface Bus

    Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Board The ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus radio has an additional asynchronous serial bus, which utilizes the RS232 bus protocol. This bus utilizes the secondary UART in the Patriot IC (U300). It consists of TX / RS232 (J501-43), RX / RS232 (J501-50), CTS / RS232 (J501-5), and RTS / RS232 (J501-42).

  • Page 105: Astro Spectra Plus Voltage Regulators

    Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Board 3-45 3.4.9 ASTRO Spectra Plus Voltage Regulators The ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON board contains two voltage regulators, a 3-V regulator (U411) and a 1.8-V regulator (U410). SW+5-V, which is routed to the ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON board from the command board, drives the two regulators.

  • Page 106: Astro Spectra Plus Radio Power-up/power-down Sequence

    3-46 Theory of Operation: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Board 3.4.10 ASTRO Spectra Plus Radio Power-Up/Power-Down Sequence The radio power-up sequence begins when the user actuates the control head's on/off switch. The control head then produces the switched B+ (SWB+) output voltage which is routed to the command board.

  • Page 107: Voltage Control Oscillator

    Theory of Operation: Voltage Control Oscillator 3-47 Voltage Control Oscillator This section of the theory of operation provides a detailed circuit description of voltage control oscillator (VCO). When reading the Theory of Operation, refer to your appropriate schematic and component location diagrams located in “Chapter 7.

  • Page 108: Synthesizer Feedback

    3-48 Theory of Operation: Voltage Control Oscillator The VCO output is coupled through C672 to Q645 to amplify the signal and provide load isolation for the VCO. The collector voltage of Q645 is normally about 5 Vdc. 3.5.1.4 Synthesizer Feedback The synthesizer locks the VCO on frequency by the VCO feedback to the prescaler IC on the RF board.

  • Page 109: Uhf Band

    Theory of Operation: Voltage Control Oscillator 3-49 3.5.2 UHF Band 3.5.2.1 General The VCO is located on an alumina substrate with a metallic cover. The buffer-doubler-buffer section is located on the PC board and may be repaired using normal repair methods. 3.5.2.2 Super Filter 8.6 V Super-filtered 8.6 V enters the carrier board at J601-12, through an R-C filter, then on to the drain of Q9610 and the collector of Q9635.

  • Page 110: Doubler

    3-50 Theory of Operation: Voltage Control Oscillator 3.5.2.9 Doubler The first buffer output is coupled to the input of the doubler by C5663. Q5660 doubles the drive frequency and increases power by approximately 3 dB as a result of the high and low impedances presented to its collector at the doubled frequency and drive frequency, respectively.

  • Page 111: Receive Mode-aux 1* And Aux 2* High

    Theory of Operation: Voltage Control Oscillator 3-51 The positive steering line connects to the cathodes of the four varactors and the negative steering line connects to the anodes. The negative line should be -4.0 ±0.3 V and the positive line can go as high as 9 V, allowing a difference of 15 to 16 V between the two.

  • Page 112: Second Buffer

    3-52 Theory of Operation: Voltage Control Oscillator Doubler-biasing differs between receive mode and transmit mode. For receive, R9677, R9678, and R9676 (in parallel to dissipate power) plus R9679 and R9680 bias the base of Q9675 to 0.7-V potential, if NO input RF power is applied to the base. For transmit mode, keyed 9.4 V is fed through CR9694 and another parallel resistor network R9674 and R9675.

  • Page 113: Receiver Front-end

    Theory of Operation: Receiver Front-End 3-53 Receiver Front-End This section of the theory of operation provides a detailed circuit description of receiver front-end (RXFE). When reading the Theory of Operation, refer to your appropriate schematic and component location diagrams located in “Chapter 7.

  • Page 114: Theory Of Operation

    3-54 Theory of Operation: Receiver Front-End 3.6.2.2 Theory of Operation The factory-tuned ceramic preselector filter accommodates RF input frequencies ranging from 438 to 470 MHz (Range 2), 450 to 482 MHz (Range 3), or 482 to 512 MHz (Range 4). The injection filter is tuned to pass frequencies from 549 to 580 MHz for Range 2, 559 to 592 MHz for Range 3, or 592 to 622 MHz for Range 4.

  • Page 115: Power Amplifiers

    Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers 3-55 Power Amplifiers This section of the theory of operation provides a detailed circuit description of the power amolifiers. When reading the Theory of Operation, refer to your appropriate schematic and component location diagrams located in “Chapter 7.

  • Page 116: Antenna Switch And Harmonic Filter

    3-56 Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers The final stage output network serves the dual purpose of impedance matching and power combining of the two final devices. R3872 and R3873 help balance the load impedances presented to the collectors of the final devices. Filtered A+ is routed to the final amplifier devices via the current sense resistor R3841, the ferrite bead L3881, and the coil L3880.

  • Page 117: Power Control Circuitry

    Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers 3-57 3.7.1.1.3 Power Control Circuitry Command Board Circuitry Inside U500, the Regulator Power Control IC (see Figure 3-20) is an operational amplifier that has four inverting inputs, and one non-inverting input (at pin 44) which is the reference input for the entire power control loop of the power amplifier.

  • Page 118

    3-58 Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers Control Voltage Limiter R3807 and R3808 form a voltage divider that connects to control voltage drive. The output of this voltage divider is connected to the control-voltage-limit input (pin 4) of the RPCIC. If the voltage at this input reaches 3.2 V, then the control voltage will be clamped to a maximum value.

  • Page 119: Watt Power Amplifier

    Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers 3-59 Temperature Sensing The temperature-sensing circuit of the PA works with the RPCIC to protect the PA devices from excessively high temperatures. On the PA board, this circuit (formed by resistors R3916, R3841, and thermistor RT3842), provides a temperature dependent voltage to the RPCIC via J1 pin 6. As the PA temperature increases, the resistance of RT3842 decreases, causing the voltage at pin 6 to increase.

  • Page 120

    3-60 Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers Final Stage The final device is a 3- to 33-Watt device and is driven by the driver through a low-pass matching circuit that consists of C3815, C3816, C3817, L3811, C3819, C3821, C3822, C3823 and associated transmission lines.

  • Page 121: Figure 3-21. Regulator/power Control Ic Block Diagram

    Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers 3-61 The power control loop is controlled by the microprocessor U204 on the VOCON board. Through the SLIC IC U206, the microprocessor enables the RPCIC by pulling TX PA ENABLE (U500 pin 33) low while the radio synthesizer is locked (U500 pin 35). U520 writes data to a digital-to-analog converter, U502, to change and control the power-set voltage from pin 10 of U502 to pin 6 of U500.

  • Page 122

    3-62 Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers The collector currents of the 25/10-Watt amplifier is monitored by sensing the voltage across R3875. CURRENT SENSE + connects to one end of R3875; CURRENT SENSE - connects to the other end. These lines connect to the command board on U500, Pins 37 and 38, respectively. If the TX CURRENT LIMIT is set for 1.5 V, then the voltage difference between U500, Pins 37 and 38 must be 0.

  • Page 123: Watt Power Amplifiers

    Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers 3-63 3.7.1.3 50-Watt Power Amplifiers 3.7.1.3.1 Transmitter The 50-Watt ASTRO Spectra power amplifiers (PA's) are discussed in the following text. A block diagram of the circuit is shown in Figure 3-22. CONTROLLED FINAL DIRECTIONAL TX INJECTION E3851 TX BUFFER PREDRIVER...

  • Page 124

    3-64 Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers Final Stage The final device is a 12- to 75-Watt device and is driven by the driver through a low pass matching circuit that consists of C3850 through C3854 and associated transmission lines. Base network, L3852, L3853, and R3851, provide the zero-DC bias required by the final device's Class C operation.

  • Page 125

    Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers 3-65 3.7.1.3.3 Power Control Circuitry Command Board Circuitry Inside U500, the Regulator Power Control IC (Figure 3-23), is an operational amplifier that has four inverting inputs, and non-inverting input at pin 44 which is the reference input for the entire power control loop of the power amplifier.

  • Page 126

    3-66 Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers Control Voltage Limiter R3807 and R3808 form a voltage divider that connects to control voltage drive. The output of this voltage divider is connected to the control-voltage-limit input, pin 4 of the RPCIC. If the voltage at this input reaches 3.2 V, then the control voltage will be clamped to a maximum value.

  • Page 127

    Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers 3-67 Temperature Sensing The temperature-sensing circuit of the PA works with the RPCIC to protect the PA devices from exclusively high temperatures. On the PA board, this circuit, formed by resistors R3878 thru R3880 and thermistor RT3877, provides a temperature-dependent voltage to the RPCIC via P0853, pin 7. As the PA temperature increases, the resistance of RT3875 decreases, causing the voltage at pin 7 to increase.

  • Page 128: Uhf Band Power Amplifiers

    3-68 Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers 3.7.2 UHF Band Power Amplifiers 3.7.2.1 High-Power Amplifier 3.7.2.1.1 Transmitter The high-power Spectra amplifier is discussed in the following text. A block diagram of the circuit is shown in Figure 3-24. FINAL AMPLIFIER Q5875 25C29 ANTENNA HARMONIC...

  • Page 129

    Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers 3-69 Final Stage The final amplifier stage is the parallel combination of two 25-Watt input to 75-Watt output RF transistors. The matching network from the collector of the driver device Q5851 to the bases of the final devices Q5875 and Q5876 utilizes transmission lines as part of a combination matching network and power splitter.

  • Page 130: Figure 3-25. Rpcic Block Diagram

    3-70 Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers The power control loop is controlled by the microprocessor U204 on the VOCON board. Through the SLIC IC U206, the microprocessor enables the RPCIC by pulling TX PA ENABLE (U500 pin 33) low while the radio synthesizer is locked (U500 pin 35). U520 writes data to a digital-to-analog converter, U502, to change and control the power-set voltage from pin 10 of U502 to pin 6 of U500.

  • Page 131

    Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers 3-71 The collector current of the high-power amplifier is monitored by sensing the voltage across R5875. CURRENT SENSE + connects to one end of R5875; CURRENT SENSE - connects to the other end. These lines connect to the command board on U500 pins 37 and 38, respectively. If the TX CURRENT LIMIT is set for 1.5 V, then the voltage difference between U500 pins 37 and 38 must be 0.1 V before the current through R5875 is reduced.

  • Page 132

    3-72 Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers 3.7.2.2 40-Watt Power Amplifier 3.7.2.2.1 Transmitter The 40-Watt ASTRO Spectra power amplifier is discussed in the following text. Transmit Low Level Amplifier (LLA) NOTE: The minimum input drive level to the PA into P5850 is 30 mW. Refer to the synthesizer section if input drive is less than 30 mW.

  • Page 133

    Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers 3-73 3.7.2.2.2 Antenna Switch and Harmonic Filter Antenna Switch The antenna switch's impedance inverter circuit, made up of C5923 and L5921, takes the place of a quarter-wave microstrip line. During transmission, Keyed 9.4 V forward-biases CR5921, producing low impedance on CR5921's anode and high impedance on the C5923/L5921 node.

  • Page 134: Figure 3-26. Rpcic Block Diagram

    3-74 Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers 3.7.2.2.3 Power Control Circuitry Command Board Circuitry Inside U500, the Regulator Power Control IC (Figure 3-26), is an operational amplifier that has four inverting inputs, and one non-inverting input (at pin 44) which is the reference input for the entire power control loop of the power amplifier.

  • Page 135

    Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers 3-75 Control Voltage Limiter R5807 and R5808 form a voltage divider that connects to control voltage drive. The output of this voltage divider is connected to the control-voltage-limit input (pin 4) of the RPCIC. If the voltage at this input reaches 3.2 V, then the control voltage will be clamped to a maximum value.

  • Page 136

    3-76 Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers Temperature Sensing The temperature-sensing circuit of the PA works with the RPCIC to protect the PA devices from excessively high temperatures. On the PA board, this circuit, formed by resistors R5878, R5876, R5877, and thermistor RT5875, provides a temperature-dependent voltage to the RPCIC via P0853, pin 7.

  • Page 137: Mhz Band Power Amplifiers

    Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers 3-77 3.7.3 800 MHz Band Power Amplifiers 3.7.3.1 15- and 35-Watt Amplifiers 3.7.3.1.1 Transmitter The 15-Watt and 35-Watt ASTRO Spectra power amplifiers are discussed in the following text. Transmit Buffer The PA receives 18 to 23 dBm (60 to 200 mW) at the transmit injection (TX INJ) coax. The first stage, TX BUFFER, uses adaptive biasing which varies the base voltage inversely proportional to the input drive level.

  • Page 138

    3-78 Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers Final Stage (35-Watt Only) On the 15-Watt radio, the transmit RF signal from U9850, pin 5, is applied to the 50-ohm microstrip directional coupler. On the 35-Watt radio, the transmit RF signal is applied to the emitter of the final power amplifier Q9880 through the coupling capacitor C9856, the 50-ohm quarter-wave matching transmission line, and the matching capacitors C9875 and C9876.

  • Page 139: Figure 3-27. Rpcic Block Diagram

    Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers 3-79 NOTE: When removing any of the discrete coils, take care to avoid leaching the plate capacitor metallization. Removal of the entire hybrid is best accomplished by heating hybrid/PC board assembly with a heat gun or heat blower until solder joint reflows. 3.7.3.1.3 Power Control Circuitry Command Board Circuitry Inside U500, the Regulator Power Control IC...

  • Page 140

    3-80 Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers Power Module Control Voltage Limiter R9562 and R9563 connect in series to the emitter of Q9500. The ratio of R9563 and R9562 feed a portion of the control voltage (U9850, Pins 2 and 3) to U500, pin 4. When pin 4 exceeds 3.2 V, the output of the control op-amp (U500, pin 42) is reduced.

  • Page 141

    Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers 3-81 3.7.3.1.4 Temperature Sensing When the radio is keyed, K9.4-V is applied to pin 5 of the PA connector and on one side of thermistor RT9560. As the temperature increases, the resistance of RT9560 decreases, creating more voltage across R9561.

  • Page 142

    3-82 Theory of Operation: Power Amplifiers Notes September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 143: Chapter 4 Troubleshooting Procedures, Astro Spectra Procedures, Handling Precautions

    5. Use a static-safeguarded workstation, which can be accomplished through the use of an anti- static kit (Motorola part number 01-80386A82). This kit includes a wrist strap, two ground cords, a static-control table mat and a static-control floor mat.

  • Page 144: Table 4-1. Power-up Self-check Error Codes

    Troubleshooting Procedures: ASTRO Spectra Procedures 4.1.2 Voltage Measurement and Signal Tracing In most situations, the problem circuit may be identified using a dc voltmeter, RF millivoltmeter, and oscilloscope (preferably with 100 MHz bandwidth or more). The “Recommended Test Equipment, Service Aids, and Tools” section in the ASTRO Digital Spectra and Digital Spectra Plus Mobile Radios Basic Service Manual (6881076C20) outlines the recommended tools and service aids which would be useful.

  • Page 145

    Troubleshooting Procedures: ASTRO Spectra Procedures Table 4-1. Power-Up Self-Check Error Codes (Continued) Error Description Troubleshooting Chart Code (p. 5-10) 02/81 DSP ROM checksum failure Chart C.12 (p. 5-12) 02/82 DSP RAM 1 failure Chart C.15 (p. 5-11) 02/84 DSP RAM 2 failure Chart C.14 (p.

  • Page 146

    Troubleshooting Procedures: ASTRO Spectra Procedures - Set the EMC wake-up line high. 7. Begin power-up self-tests. 8. Begin RAM tests: - External RAM ($1800-3FFF). - Internal RAM ($1060-$1300). - External RAM ($0000-$0DFF). - Display 01/88 if failure. The radio will get stuck here if the internal RAM is defective. The radio uses the internal RAM for stack.

  • Page 147: Table 4-2. Voltage By Location

    Troubleshooting Procedures: ASTRO Spectra Procedures 12. Power-up the EMC (if it is enabled in the codeplug). 13. Turn off the green LED. 14. Start up operating system. 15. Display for one second: - “SELF TEST” for the W3, model. - “SELF CHK” for the W4, W5, and W7 models. - “SELF CHECK”...

  • Page 148

    Troubleshooting Procedures: ASTRO Spectra Procedures 5. Check the positive steering line, J601, pin 1 or 2 for positive voltage between 1.0 and 8.0 V. If not correct, go to “Incorrect Voltage at Positive Steering Line”; otherwise, continue with the following checks. NOTE: It is common for both steps 3 and 5 to be incorrect in an “out-of-lock”...

  • Page 149: Table 4-3. Feedback Frequency Ranges

    Troubleshooting Procedures: ASTRO Spectra Procedures 4.1.4.1.2 Incorrect Values at U602 Pin 25 (MODULUS CONTROL) If the frequency is not 6.25 kHz (or 5.0 kHz for VHF), verify the proper VCO pin-shift logic. See VCO block diagram (Figure 4-1 on page 4-14) for pin-shift logic.

  • Page 150: Second Vco Checks

    Troubleshooting Procedures: ASTRO Spectra Procedures At 450 MHz, there are 72,000 counts of 2.22 nanoseconds each per reference period. When modulus control (MCT) is high, the VCO output is prescaled by 255 (see the diagram below). The output frequency of the prescaler is 1.765 MHz which corresponds to a period, per-cycle, of 567 nanoseconds.

  • Page 151: Table 4-4. Standard Operating Bias

    Troubleshooting Procedures: ASTRO Spectra Procedures 4.1.5 Standard Bias Table Table 4-4, below, outlines some standard supply voltages and system clocks which should be present under normal operation. These should be checked as a first step to any troubleshooting procedure. Table 4-4. Standard Operating Bias Signal Name Nominal Value Tolerance...

  • Page 152: Table 4-5. Astro Spectra Plus Power-up Self-check Error Codes

    Troubleshooting Procedures: ASTRO Spectra Plus Procedures ASTRO Spectra Plus Procedures This section will aid you in troubleshooting a malfunctioning ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus radio. It is intended to be detailed enough to localize the malfunctioning circuit and isolate the defective component.

  • Page 153

    Troubleshooting Procedures: ASTRO Spectra Plus Procedures 4-11 Table 4-5. ASTRO Spectra Plus Power-Up Self-Check Error Codes (Continued) Error Code Description Corrective Action 09/10 Secure Hardware Failure Turn radio off, then on 09/90 Secure Hardware Fatal Error Turn radio off, then on NOTE: In cases of multiple errors, the codes are logically OR’d and the results displayed.

  • Page 154: Table 4-6. Astro Spectra Plus Standard Operating Bias

    4-12 Troubleshooting Procedures: ASTRO Spectra Plus Procedures 4.2.3 ASTRO Spectra Plus Standard Bias Table Table 4-6 outlines some standard supply voltages and system clocks which should be present under normal operation. These should be checked as a first step to any troubleshooting procedure. Table 4-6.

  • Page 155: Vco Procedures, Vhf Band, Vco Hybrid Assembly

    Troubleshooting Procedures: VCO Procedures 4-13 VCO Procedures This section provides band-specific troubleshooting procedures for the VCO. 4.3.1 VHF Band Use these instructions along with the Theory of Operation, the block diagram, and the schematic to help isolate failures: first, to the individual circuits, and finally, to the failing piece part. 4.3.1.1 VCO Hybrid Assembly The VCO hybrid substrate is glued to the carrier board.

  • Page 156: Figure 4-1. Vco Block Diagram – Vhf Band

    4-14 Troubleshooting Procedures: VCO Procedures AUX 1 AUX 2 SF 8.6 J601-9 J601-12 J601-11 J601-2 PIN DIODE BIAS BIAS DRIVERS RX INJECTION TO RECEIVER FRONT J601-3 END > + 19dBm PASS Q3645 Q3675 J601-4 J3642 FILTER VCO SUBSTRATE J601-10 K9.4 J601-5 J601-1 SYNTHESIZER...

  • Page 157: Table 4-7. Vco Frequency

    Troubleshooting Procedures: VCO Procedures 4-15 Table 4-7. VCO Frequency Mode AUX 1 AUX 2 Radio Freq (MHz) VCO Freq (MHz) Port Freq (MHz) Port VHF RANGE 1 136.00 – 158.35 245.65 – 268.00 245.65 – 268.00 HIGH HIGH (RX) HIGH (RX) 158.35 –...

  • Page 158

    4-16 Troubleshooting Procedures: VCO Procedures 4.3.2.2 Out-of-Lock Condition The probable cause of an out-of-lock condition is a failure in the synthesizer circuit. (See Section 4.1.4.2 on page 4-7.) If the voltages on the AUX 1*, AUX 2*, or -8V lines at P0601 do not conform to the values shown in Figure 4-2 on page 4-17, check the pin shift circuitry on the carrier...

  • Page 159: Figure 4-2. Vco Block Diagram – Uhf Band

    Troubleshooting Procedures: VCO Procedures 4-17 4.3.2.4 No or Low Modulation Under standard test conditions with a 1 kHz tone injected and 4.5 kHz deviation, there should be 700 mV (RMS) ±20% present on P0601-10. If this level is not present, troubleshoot the modulation circuit on the carrier board and then troubleshoot the audio circuitry.

  • Page 160: Figure 4-3. Vco Block Diagram – 800 Mhz Band

    4-18 Troubleshooting Procedures: VCO Procedures 4.3.3 800 MHz Band Use these instructions along with the Theory of Operation, the block diagram, and the schematic to help isolate failures, first, to the individual circuits, and finally to the failing piece part. 4.3.3.1 VCO Hybrid Assembly The VCO hybrid substrate is glued to the carrier board.

  • Page 161

    Troubleshooting Procedures: VCO Procedures 4-19 4.3.3.3 No or Low Output Power (TX or RX Injection) Use the test cables listed in the “Service Aids” in the ASTRO Digital Spectra and Digital Spectra Plus Mobile Radios Basic Service Manual (6881076C20). Measure the power at the synthesizer feedback port-if it is not within the range specified in the block diagram, troubleshoot the first buffer.

  • Page 162: Mhz Band

    4-20 Troubleshooting Procedures: Receiver Front-End (RXFE) Receiver Front-End (RXFE) This section provides band-specific troubleshooting procedures for the receiver front-end. 4.4.1 VHF Band This information will help you troubleshoot the Spectra radio. Use this information, along with the Theory of Operation, to diagnose and isolate the cause of failures. The principle tools needed to troubleshoot a circuit to the component level are the schematic and the Theory of Operation.

  • Page 163: Power Amplifier Procedures

    ASTRO Digital Spectra and Digital Spectra Plus Mobile Radios Basic Service Manual (6881076C20). Due to high operating frequencies, you must use specified Motorola parts when component replacement is necessary. Substitute components may not work. It is also critical that you use great care when replacing parts.

  • Page 164: Figure 4-4. Connector Pin-out – High-power Amplifier

    4-22 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures Begin troubleshooting by connecting an RF power meter and appropriate power load to the antenna connector. Connect the control cable and the power cable. Make sure the ignition sense lead is also connected to the positive lead of the power supply. Note that a regulated DC power supply capable of at least 30 A.

  • Page 165: Table 4-8. Power Control Dc Voltage Chart

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-23 If it is verified that both power set and current limit are not related to the power problem, then the synthesizer output must be checked. A milliwatt meter connected to the TX injection cable should indicate at least 10 mW of injection power during key-up.

  • Page 166

    4-24 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures Table 4-8. Power Control DC Voltage Chart (Continued) RX MODE TX MODE LOCATION COMMENTS Thermister Buffer in 5-V Sense Input (follows pin 20 ±0.1 V) 5-V Current Limit (limits at 5.7 V) 5-V Series Pass Drive (6.4 at max current) 9.6-V Sense Input 5-V Reg.

  • Page 167: Pa Functional Testing

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-25 Table 4-8. Power Control DC Voltage Chart (Continued) RX MODE TX MODE LOCATION COMMENTS Ground Control AMP Output (Approx 1/2-V Control) Loop Integrator Capacitor Control AMP Reference Q0500E 13.0 13.0 A+ - CR0500 Drop Q0501C 12.3 12.3...

  • Page 168: Table 4-9. Lla And 2nd Stage Typical Voltages

    4-26 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures Testing Low-Level Amplifier (LLA) Circuitry Proper operation of the LLA can be checked by monitoring the voltage across resistor R3804. The voltage should measure in the range of 0.4 V to 1.0 V, depending on the value of control voltage. A 0.4-V reading corresponds to a low control voltage (4 to 5 V) and a 1.0-V reading corresponds to a high control voltage (up to control voltage limit).

  • Page 169

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-27 Troubleshooting the Driver Stage (Q3805) • Make sure A+ is at the collector. • Check for shorts and/or opens in the matching circuitry. Also look for faulty components (cracked parts or parts not properly soldered). •...

  • Page 170: Power Control And Protection Circuitry

    4-28 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures Additional antenna switch tests are: • Check CR3901, CR3902, and CR3903 using the diode check function of a multimeter. Note that CR3903 is on the bottom side of the board. This diode affects the receive path only and is unrelated to transmitter problems.

  • Page 171

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-29 The directional coupler samples a small amount of forward power during transmit. This power is rectified by a detector diode CR3904. This rectified DC voltage is fed back to the RPCIC where it is compared to a reference voltage.

  • Page 172

    4-30 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures NOTE: Due to high operating frequencies, you must use specified Motorola parts when component replacement is necessary. Substitute components may not work. It is also critical that you use great care when replacing parts. Excessive solder or flux, longer than original leads on coax connectors, misorientation of parts, and other commonly benign imperfections may cause the radio's performance to degrade.

  • Page 173: Figure 4-5. Pa Test Adapter, 25/10 Watt Power Amplifier

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-31 A+ TO COMMAND BOARD A+ TO COMMAND BOARD CURRENT SENSE + CURRENT SENSE - CONTROL VOLTAGE LIMIT FEMALE RECEPTACLE CONNECTOR W 100 MIL SPACING MATES TO P853 REGULATED 9.6V CONTROL VOLTAGE DRIVE V DETECT K9.4 TEMP SENSE Figure 4-5.

  • Page 174

    4-32 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures Table 4-11. Power Control DC Voltage Chart (Continued) RX MODE TX MODE LOCATION COMMENTS U0500 Ground Control AMP Input Control AMP Input (not used) Control Voltage Limit (cutback at 3.3 V) N.C. Power Set from D-A (max power at 1.5 V) Power Set Buffer Out Coupler Buffer Out Forward Detect Voltage...

  • Page 175

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-33 Table 4-11. Power Control DC Voltage Chart (Continued) RX MODE TX MODE LOCATION COMMENTS – – – – – – 9.6-V Programming (N.C.) – – – – – – 9.6-V Programming (N.C.) Ground 10.8 13.6 16.5 10.0...

  • Page 176: Localizing Problems

    4-34 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures Table 4-12. Antenna Switch DC Voltage Chart TYPICAL TX LOCATION TYPICAL RX NO PRE- COMMENTS DRIVE CR3920 ANODE CATHODE ANODE CR3921 CATHODE – – CR3922 ANODE <0.8 CATHODE – – 4.5.1.2.3 Localizing Problems Failure locations often can be determined by externally measured symptoms. Basic symptoms are noted below with probable failure locations.

  • Page 177: Isolating Failures

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-35 4.5.1.2.4 Isolating Failures Methods of analyzing individual stages of the Power Amplifiers are detailed below. Most of the stages are Class C and must be analyzed under relatively high RF power levels. Generators capable of such levels may not be available in all service shops, therefore the tests below are arranged in order of ascending power.

  • Page 178

    4-36 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures Testing Driver Circuitry The driver is a typical Class-C stage, except the base is biased with resistors R3809 and R3810. The necessary conditions for proper operation of this stage are input drive power, and bias conditions as shown in Table 4-13 on page 4-35.

  • Page 179

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-37 - Check for proper DC current through the PIN diodes; correct current is indicated if approximately 1.5 V is present at the junction of C3900 and L3900 during transmit mode. DO NOT measure bias directly at the PIN diodes while in transmit mode unless TX injection is removed.

  • Page 180

    ASTRO Digital Spectra and Digital Spectra Plus Mobile Radios Basic Service Manual (6881076C20). NOTE: Due to high operating frequencies, you must use specified Motorola parts when component replacement is necessary. Substitute components may not work. It is also critical that you use great care when replacing parts.

  • Page 181

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-39 4.5.1.3.2 PA Functional Testing To test the PA assembly for proper operation, perform the following steps: 1. Disassemble the PA assembly from the radio, leaving the power cable connected to the rear connector. Replace the PA shield and cover. Disconnect the coax connectors and the ribbon cable.

  • Page 182: Figure 4-6. Pa Test Adapter, 50 Watt Power Amplifier

    4-40 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 8. If no failure is located from the previous checks, troubleshoot the power control circuitry. A+ TO COMMAND BOARD A+ TO COMMAND BOARD CURRENT SENSE + CURRENT SENSE - CONTROL VOLTAGE LIMIT FEMALE RECEPTACLE CONNECTOR W 100 MIL SPACING MATES TO P853 REGULATED 9.6V...

  • Page 183

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-41 Table 4-15. Power Control DC Voltage Chart (Continued) RX MODE TX MODE LOCATION COMMENTS Control Voltage Limit (cutback at 3.3 V) N.C. Power Set from D-A (max power at 1.5 V) Power Set Buffer Out Coupler Buffer Out Forward Detect Voltage Reflected Power Detect (not used)

  • Page 184

    4-42 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures Table 4-15. Power Control DC Voltage Chart (Continued) RX MODE TX MODE LOCATION COMMENTS TX PA Enable (from U520-25) Control AMP one-shot Lock (5-V of Synth Out of Lock) Control AMP one-shot 10.8 13.6 16.3 10.0 13.0...

  • Page 185

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-43 4. Power Zero and Current Greater Than 5 A. - Check harmonic filter, antenna switch, and matching circuits beyond final stage. 5. Power Zero and Current Between 2 and 5 A. - Check driver and/or final stages. 6.

  • Page 186

    4-44 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures If the above DC bias conditions are correct, check to see if the LLA is providing drive power to the pre-driver, Q3804. Do so by checking Q3804's collector current under normal drive conditions, as follows: •...

  • Page 187

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-45 • Unsolder either L3859, R3875, or L3851 to isolate the driver and final stages. Measure the collector emitter DC resistances. If the resistance is below 5k ohms, then replace the driver device. NOTE: The position of capacitors C3853 and C3854 is critical to the performance of the circuit. If they are removed for any reason, they must be re-installed as close to the cap of the final device as possible.When replacing either the driver or final device, apply thermal compound on the heatsink surface.

  • Page 188

    4-46 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures Temperature Sense Circuit Test Temporarily place a leaded 6.8k ohm resistor in parallel with RT3875. Key the transmitter and monitor the output power. The power meter should read approximately 1/2 the rated power (25 Watts). Control-Voltage-Limit Circuitry Test Disconnect the transmitter injection from the internal transceiver chassis.

  • Page 189

    ASTRO Digital Spectra and Digital Spectra Plus Mobile Radios Basic Service Manual (6881076C20). NOTE: Due to high operating frequencies, you must use specified Motorola parts when component replacement is necessary. Substitute components may not work. It is also critical that you use great care when replacing parts.

  • Page 190: Figure 4-7. Connector Pin-out – High-power Amplifier

    4-48 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures Begin troubleshooting by connecting an RF power meter and appropriate power load to the antenna connector. Connect the control cable and the power cable. Make sure the ignition sense lead is also connected to the positive lead of the power supply. Note that a regulated DC power supply capable of at least 30 A.

  • Page 191: Table 4-17. Power Control Dc Voltage Chart

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-49 Table 4-17. Power Control DC Voltage Chart RX MODE TX MODE LOCATION COMMENTS Control Voltage Limit 10.0 Drive Voltage 10.8 13.6 16.5 10.0 13.0 16.0 Current Sense + Keyed 9.4 10.8 13.6 16.5 10.0 13.0 16.0 A+ to Command Board...

  • Page 192

    4-50 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures Table 4-17. Power Control DC Voltage Chart (Continued) RX MODE TX MODE LOCATION COMMENTS 5-V Series Pass Drive (6.4 at max current) 9.6-V Sense Input 5-V Reg. Compensation Capacitor N.C. 5-V Reference Input (UNSW5-V) 9.6-V Reg.

  • Page 193

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-51 Table 4-17. Power Control DC Voltage Chart (Continued) RX MODE TX MODE LOCATION COMMENTS Control AMP Reference Q0500E 13.0 13.0 A+ - CR0500 Drop Q0501C 12.3 12.3 VQ0500E - B/E Drop Q0501E V pin 23 - B/E Drop Q0503E V pin 42 - B/E Drop (TX) Q0503C...

  • Page 194: Table 4-18. Lla And 2nd Stage Typical Voltages

    4-52 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures Methods of analyzing individual stages of the power amplifiers are detailed below. Most of the stages are Class-C and must be analyzed under relatively high RF power levels. The following information should help in isolation and repair of the majority of transmitter failures. Testing Low-Level Amplifier (LLA) Circuitry Proper operation of the LLA can be checked by monitoring the voltage across resistor R5805.

  • Page 195

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-53 NOTE: If it is necessary to replace Q5803, use a hot-air blower to remove and replace the part. It is important that the replacement device's case be properly soldered to its heatsink. Do so by flowing a small bead of solder around the rim of the device while it is clamped in the hot-air soldering device.

  • Page 196

    4-54 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures Installation of the PA board into the radio chassis must be done carefully. The PC board screws use a T-15 Torx bit and should be torqued to 6 to 8 inch-pounds. The device screws use a T-8 Torx bit and should be torqued to 6 to 8 inch-pounds.

  • Page 197

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-55 Control-Voltage-Limit Circuitry Test Disconnect J5901 (transmitter injection) from the PA input. With all other connections in normal condition, key the transmitter and monitor the control voltage at J1 pin 2. If the voltage exceeds 10.0 V, troubleshoot the control voltage limit circuitry.

  • Page 198

    4-56 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures Low-Voltage Current Drain Cutback An additional circuit associated with the over-voltage protection circuit is the low-voltage current drain circuit. This circuit acts to reduce the transmitter current drain under conditions of low supply voltage. This action extends the available transmit time when, for example, the transmitter in a vehicular installation must be used when the engine is not running.

  • Page 199

    ASTRO Digital Spectra and Digital Spectra Plus Mobile Radios Basic Service Manual (6881076C20). NOTE: Due to high operating frequencies, you must use specified Motorola parts when component replacement is necessary. Substitute components may not work. It is also critical that you use great care when replacing parts.

  • Page 200: Figure 4-9. Pa Test Adapter, 40 Watt Power Amplifier

    4-58 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 8. If no failure is located from the previous checks, troubleshoot the power control circuitry. Table 4-19. DC Voltages and Input Power Chart CONTROL POWER IN Test Keyed 9.4 V 9.6 V VOLTAGE (mW) DRIVE Transmit See note...

  • Page 201: Table 4-20. Power Control Dc Voltage Chart

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-59 Table 4-20. Power Control DC Voltage Chart RX MODE TX MODE LOCATION COMMENTS P0853 – – – – – – Key (no pin or wire) Control Voltage Limit 10.0 Drive Voltage 10.8 13.6 16.5 10.0 13.0 16.0...

  • Page 202

    4-60 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures Table 4-20. Power Control DC Voltage Chart (Continued) RX MODE TX MODE LOCATION COMMENTS 5-V Current Limit (limits at 5.7 V) 5-V Series Pass Drive (6.4 at max current) 9.6-V Sense Input 5-V Reg. Compensation Capacitor N.C.

  • Page 203

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-61 Table 4-20. Power Control DC Voltage Chart (Continued) RX MODE TX MODE LOCATION COMMENTS Loop Integrator Capacitor Control AMP Reference Q0500E 13.0 13.0 A+ - CR0500 Drop Q0501C 12.3 12.3 VQ0500E - B/E Drop Q0501E V pin 23 - B/E Drop Q0503E...

  • Page 204

    4-62 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 3. Power Intermittently Low (or Zero) and Current Less than 1 A. When Power Drops - Check LLA stage. 4. Power Zero and Current Greater Than 2 A. - Check harmonic filter, antenna switch, matching circuits between driver and final stages, and matching circuits beyond final stage.

  • Page 205

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-63 NOTE: The LLA voltages change with different control voltages. An example of LLA voltages with control voltage equal to 10.0 V and 6 V is shown. If Q5803 draws no current under normal conditions, then check for short or open input cable, or for defective parts in the transmit injection filter or matching circuitry between Q5801 and Q5803.

  • Page 206

    4-64 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 5. Testing the Antenna Switch and Harmonic Filter Verify that most of this circuit is functioning properly by testing the receiver insertion loss as follows: - Apply a low-level signal source at the antenna connector. - Apply the conditions indicated in Table 4-19 on page 4-58 for RX tests.

  • Page 207

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-65 3. Control-Voltage-Limit Circuitry Test Disconnect J5901 (transmitter injection) from the internal transceiver chassis. This will require removal of the power amplifier assembly. With all other connections in normal condition, key the transmitter and monitor the control voltage at the node of R5811, C5814,L5808, and R5808.

  • Page 208: Mhz Band

    ASTRO Digital Spectra and Digital Spectra Plus Mobile Radios Basic Service Manual (6881076C20). NOTE: Due to the high frequency of operation, it is imperative that you use specified Motorola parts when component replacement is necessary. At these frequencies, second and third order properties of the components are very important and are part of the circuit's design.

  • Page 209

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-67 4.5.3.1.2 PA Functional Testing To test the PA assembly for proper operation, perform the following steps: NOTE: The following instructions pertain to both the 15 Watt and 35 Watt power amplifiers. A distinction between the two PA’s is given only where necessary. 1.

  • Page 210: Table 4-24. Power Control Dc Voltage Chart

    4-68 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 3. Apply the required input power via adapter cable 30-80373B27 or equivalent. For this application, non N-type connectors are acceptable. 4. With the applied control voltage initially at 0 V slowly increase the voltage until power out equals 17 Watts (15-Watt radio) or 38 Watts (38-Watt radio) Power should rise smoothly with control voltage once the turn-on threshold is reached.

  • Page 211

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-69 Table 4-24. Power Control DC Voltage Chart (Continued) RX MODE TX MODE LOCATION COMMENTS Power Set Buffer Out Coupler Buffer Out Forward Detect Voltage Reflected Power Detect (not used) Same as pin 8 (not used) Thermister Buffer out (increases as PA gets hot) Thermister Buffer in 5-V Sense Input (follows pin 20 ±0.1 V)

  • Page 212

    4-70 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures Table 4-24. Power Control DC Voltage Chart (Continued) RX MODE TX MODE LOCATION COMMENTS Control AMP one-shot 10.8 13.6 16.3 10.0 13.0 16.0 A+ (Current Sense +) 10.8 13.6 16.3 10.0 13.0 16.0 Current Sense - Voltage Delta 150 mV (35 Watt only) Keyed 9.4-V in Current Limit D-A (max current at 4.5 V)

  • Page 213

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-71 Table 4-25. Antenna Switch DC Voltage Chart TYPICAL TX LOCATION TYPICAL RX NO PRE- COMMENTS DRIVE CR9920 ANODE TX Series P.I.N. diode CATHODE (on in TX mode) ANODE CR9921 TX Shunt P.I.N. diode CATHODE –...

  • Page 214

    4-72 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4.5.3.1.4 Isolating Failures Methods of analyzing individual stages of the Power Amplifiers are detailed below. Most of the stages are Class C and must he analyzed under relatively high RF power levels. Generators capable of such levels may not be available in all service shops, therefore the tests below are arranged in order of increasing power.

  • Page 215

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-73 When testing is complete, replace any capacitors or resistors that were removed for testing with new parts. 3. Testing the Final Stage (35-Watt Models Only) The final stage is capable of producing over 50 Watts. Be sure to protect power measuring equipment with series attenuation.

  • Page 216

    4-74 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures Additional antenna switch tests are: - Check CR9922 with an ohmmeter for forward and reverse continuity. - In the transmit mode, adjust control voltage for 38 Watts at the antenna connector. Check for less than 10 mW at the end of the receive input cable. If power exceeds 10 mW, then check CR9922 and associated circuitry.

  • Page 217

    Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures 4-75 6. Power-Leveling Circuitry Test With the radio connected for power measurements, vary the line voltage from 12.5 to 16 V. The power should not vary more than 3 Watts. At a line voltage of 13.6 V, vary the frequency using the three test modes.

  • Page 218

    4-76 Troubleshooting Procedures: Power Amplifier Procedures Notes September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 219: Chapter 5 Troubleshooting Charts

    Chapter 5 Troubleshooting Charts Introduction This chapter contains detailed troubleshooting flowcharts. These charts should be used as a guide in determining the problem areas. They are not a substitute for knowledge of circuit operation and astute troubleshooting techniques. It is advisable to refer to the related detailed circuit descriptions in the theory section prior to troubleshooting a radio.

  • Page 220

    Troubleshooting Charts: List of Troubleshooting Charts Table 5-1. List of Troubleshooting Charts (Continued) Chart Description Page 5-15 Chart C.20 No TX Modulation 5-16 Chart C.21 Key Load Fail 5-17 Chart C.22 800 MHz Receiver Front-End Hybrid 5-17 Chart C.23 UHF Receiver Front-End Hybrid 5-18 Chart C.24 VHF Receiver Front-End Hybrid...

  • Page 221: Rf Board Back-end

    Troubleshooting Charts Bad SINAD. Bad 20Db Quieting. No Recovered Audio. Note: Inject Modulated On Carrier Frequency Signal As Required. Inject 1 st IF into Johnson connector on RF board IF Freqs: 109.65MHz Check RX Audio Front End. Heard? Check 2nd VCO "Second VCO Checks"...

  • Page 222

    Troubleshooting Charts Note 1: See Control Head Troubleshooting Chart In Spectra Detailed Service Manual. Control Head Display: "FAIL 01/82" Note 2: See VOCON Board Troubleshooting Chart. "FAIL 01/84" Control Head Display: "FAIL 01/90" or Blank "FAIL 01/88" "FAIL 01/02" START START Replace and/or Check Busy In...

  • Page 223: Radio Power-up Fail

    Troubleshooting Charts Radio Power-Up Synopsis Failure. This failure assumes the radio fails to power up correctly and Verify Host Port: does not send any Power up Use ohmmeter to Verify standard failure messages via the electrically verify bias per table display or serial bus.

  • Page 224: Bootstrap Fail

    Troubleshooting Charts Host C Synopsis Bootstrap Failure. The host C bootstrap mode is used during reprogramming of the host C and DSP FLASH ROMs. Refer to appropriate Verify standard Theory of Operation section for bias per table description of bootstrap Table 3.

  • Page 225: General Hardware Failure

    Troubleshooting Charts Fail 01/81 Host ROM Checksum Synopsis Failure This failure indicates the Host ROM program code is incorrect. It is implied that the host Visually inspect all processor found and executed leads to U205 and enough valid code at power up U210 with a 5x glass.

  • Page 226: Or 002, External Eeprom Checksum Failure

    Troubleshooting Charts Fail 01/82 or 002 External EEPROM Fail 01/84 Synopsis Synopsis Checksum Failure SLIC Init Failure This failure indicates a failure This failure indicates the External EEPROM data in verification of the data in the containing mostly customer SLIC parallel programming Use ohmmeter to electrically specific channel/mode Verify standard...

  • Page 227: Mcu (host Mc) External Sram Failure

    Troubleshooting Charts Fail 01/88 Host C External RAM Synopsis Failure. This failure indicates a failure in the C external SRAM at power up test. Some basic Verify standard failure modes: bias per table 1) Missing supply or ground to Fail 01/92 Table 3 pertaining SLIC.

  • Page 228: A0, Adsic Checksum Failure

    5-10 Troubleshooting Charts Fail 02/81 Fail 02/A0 Synopsis DSP ROM Checksum ADSIC Checksum Synopsis The ADSIC calculates a checksum of the Failure Failure This failure indicates the DSP configuration bus data programmed ROM program code is incorrect. through the Host C SPI interface. This It is implied that the DSP found failure indicates some problem with the Visually inspect all...

  • Page 229

    Troubleshooting Charts 5-11 Fail 02/84 Synopsis Fail 02/88 Synopsis DSP SRAM U403 On power-up the DSP writes DSP SRAM U414 Failure On power-up the DSP writes data to the device and then Failure data to the device and then verifies the data. This failure indicates the DSP SRAM failed verifies the data.

  • Page 230

    5-12 Troubleshooting Charts Fail 02/90 DSP Hardware Fail 02/82 Synopsis Failure Synopsis On power-up the host C sends DSP SRAM U402 several handshake commands On power up the DSP writes through the host interface to Failure the DSP system to coordinate data to the device and then Verify standard the power up programming of...

  • Page 231

    Troubleshooting Charts 5-13 Fail 09/10 Synopsis Secure Hardware This failure relates only to Failure secure equipped radios and Fail 09/90 Synopsis indicates a power up self-test Secure Hardware This failure relates only to failure for the secure module. Failure secure equipped radios and Verify connections More specifically this failure indicates a power up self-test...

  • Page 232

    5-14 Troubleshooting Charts No Receive Audio Verify signals per Verify signal Fig. W2 at points at output of indicated. U524 pin 2. Set radio to test mode CSQ. Inject a 1KHz modulated signal at the carrier. Frequency at -60dBm level Verify signal with 3KHz deviation.

  • Page 233

    Troubleshooting Charts 5-15 No Tx Modulation Verify 1KHz signal present at U401. Verify standard bias per Table 6. Verify control Fig. W8 signals at U524. Trace 4 Ext Mic present? VRX TX audio Low Check for continuity Signal between U406 Isolate and present? Standard...

  • Page 234

    5-16 Troubleshooting Charts Keyload Failure Verify the use of the correct keyloader per the following table: Secure Board Kit(s) KVL Kit(s) Encryption Synopsis NTN1146 NTN7770 T3010DX This failure relates only to NTN1152 NTN7771 T3011DX secure equipped radios and NTN1153 NTN7772 T3011DX DES-XL indicates a failure to load key...

  • Page 235

    Troubleshooting Charts 5-17 START START Check Module Gain: Inject Check Module Gain: Inject Measure Transceiver On-Channel Signal Measure Transceiver Signal -20dBm at J9127 Sinad by Injecting (851-870 MHz) of -20dBm Sinad by Injecting Measure at IF Output Pad Signal at J9127 at J9127: Measure Level 109.65 Signal at J9127...

  • Page 236

    5-18 Troubleshooting Charts START Check Module Gain: Inject Measure Transceiver 160MHz -20dBm at J9127 Sinad by Injecting Measure at IF Output Signal at J9127 Sinad No Problem with Recheck RF Board and >-13 with <-120 with Preamp RX Front End or Preamp;...

  • Page 237

    Troubleshooting Charts 5-19 Verify Standard Bias per Table (xref to standard operating bias table) See Chart C.26 Standard Bias Measure waveform at R428, should match Figure 6-11 Make sure the following Refer board to components are placed Fixed? Replace U408 Fixed? Replace Y401 Service Depot...

  • Page 238

    5-20 Troubleshooting Charts Check for 1.8V at R419 Make sure the following Refer board to components are placed Fixed? Replace U410 Service Depot and soldered correctly: Present? U410, C430 R431, R451, R452, C433, C415, R419 Repair proper Check for 3.0 V at R420 components Make sure the following components are placed...

  • Page 239

    Troubleshooting Charts 5-21 Inspect and Repair Repair proper components U202 Inject a 1kHz tone into MIC with sufficient amplitude to produce 3kHz of deviation, PTT radio Make sure the following components Replace U202 Check 5V supply of U202-8 are placed and soldered correctly: and GND U202-4 U202, R207, R208, C216, R209, R226, Measure waveform at...

  • Page 240

    5-22 Troubleshooting Charts Inspect U201 Repair component Check Patriot clocks C326 - T1 - 16.8MHz R428 - T2 - 32kHz 16.8MHz Measure waveform at U201-39 Repair regulator Repair components Clock should match Figure 6-12 circuit Inspect and repair Patriot IC - U300 Inspect R200, Waveform Repair oscillator...

  • Page 241

    Troubleshooting Charts 5-23 Inspect U402, also check 3V at pin6 and GND at pin 15 Inspect U501 Repair U402 Repair U501 Inspect U404, also check 5V at pin8 and GND at pin 4 Is problem with TXPA_EN Check for GND Keyed9.4_EN or at J501-14 Present?

  • Page 242

    5-24 Troubleshooting Charts Put the radio into Test mode (CSQ 1). Connect RF Signal Generator to the RF input of the radio. Use Dev=3kHz, Amplitude=-47dBm and Freq=851.025MHz Amplitude of Measure waveform at TP403, Measure waveform at the Vocon waveform should match Figure 6-17 Connector, J501 pin 40.

  • Page 243

    Troubleshooting Charts 5-25 Make sure the Secure Module is connected to the Plus VOCON board and the radio is ON Measure the voltage at pins 1, 2 and 20 on the secure connector. The voltage reading should be between 10V and 13V Measure voltage on Q600, Verify placement, soldering Voltages...

  • Page 244

    5-26 Troubleshooting Charts Make sure the Secure Module is connected Synopsis to the Plus VOCON board and the radio is ON This failure relates only to secure equipped radios and indicates a failure to load a key with the KVL indicated by the message “xFail”...

  • Page 245: Chapter 6 Troubleshooting Waveforms

    Waveform W7: Receive Audio Waveform W8: Transmit Audio Waveform W9: Power-Down Reset Waveform W10: ADSIC 2.4 MHz Reference ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus VOCON Waveforms 32 kHz Clock Waveform 16.8 MHz Clock Waveform TX Modulation Out Waveform Differential ADDAG Output Waveform...

  • Page 246: Astro Digital Spectra Waveforms, Waveform W1: Power-on Reset Timing

    Troubleshooting Waveforms: ASTRO Digital Spectra Waveforms ASTRO Digital Spectra Waveforms Waveform W1: Power-On Reset Timing SWB+ 217mS MAEPF-25187-O Waveform W2: DSP SSI Port RX Mode Tek stopped: 2893 Acquisitions Ch1 Freq 19.991kHz Low signal amplitude 5.00V 5.00V M 20.0us Ch1 2.2 V 5.00V MAEPF-24377-O...

  • Page 247: Waveform W3: Dsp Ssi Port Tx Mode Csq, Waveform W4: Abacus Programming At Mode Change

    Troubleshooting Waveforms: ASTRO Digital Spectra Waveforms Waveform W3: DSP SSI Port TX Mode CSQ Tek stopped: 2836 Acquisitions Ch1 Freq 47.856kHz Low signal amplitude 5.00V M 5.00us Ch1 2.2 V 5.00V 5.00V MAEPF-24378-O W3: DSP SSI Port TX mode CSQ. Trace 1 - SC2 Trace 2 - STD Trace 3 - SCK (1.2MHz)

  • Page 248: Waveform W5: Abacus/adsic Interface, Waveform W6: Spi Bus Programming Adsic

    Troubleshooting Waveforms: ASTRO Digital Spectra Waveforms Waveform W5: ABACUS/ADSIC Interface 34513 Acquisitions Tek stopped: Ch1 Freq 2.251920 MHz Low resolution 2.00V 500mV M 5.00us Ch1 2.2 V 500mV MAEPF-24380-O W5: ABACUS/ADSIC Interface. Receiving 1KHz tone @ 3KHz deviation, -60dbm. Trace 1 -IDC (2.4MHz) Trace 2 - DOUT TRACE 3 - DOUT* Note 2: Since these signals are a differential...

  • Page 249: Waveform W7: Receive Audio, Waveform W8: Transmit Audio

    Troubleshooting Waveforms: ASTRO Digital Spectra Waveforms Waveform W7: Receive Audio Tek stopped: 103 Acquisitions Ch1 Freq 7.9118kHz Low signal amplitude 5.00V 500mV M 200us Ch1 2.20 V 10.00V 10.00V W7: Receive audio: Receiving 1KHz tone @ 3KHz deviation, -60dBm. Volume set to rated audio. Trace 1 - IRQB @ DSP (8KHz) Trace 2 - SD0 @ C412 on Command Board Trace 3 - SPKR_LOW Out of U450...

  • Page 250: Waveform W9: Power-down Reset, Waveform W10: Adsic 2.4 Mhz Reference

    Troubleshooting Waveforms: ASTRO Digital Spectra Waveforms Waveform W9: Power-Down Reset 1 Acquisitions Tek stopped: 2.00V 2.00V M1.00ms Ch1 4.52 V MAEPF-24384-O W9: Power Down Reset. Trace 1 - +5V @ U407 (VDD) Trace 2 - Reset @ U407 (OUT) Waveform W10: ADSIC 2.4 MHz Reference Tek stopped: 493 Acquisitions Ch1 Freq...

  • Page 251: Astro Digital Spectra Plus Vocon Board Waveforms

    Troubleshooting Waveforms: ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus VOCON Board Waveforms ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus VOCON Board Waveforms This section contains images of waveforms specific to the ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus VOCON board. These waveforms might be useful in verifying operation of certain parts of the circuitry. These waveforms are for reference only;...

  • Page 252: Mhz Clock Waveform, Tx Modulation Out Waveform

    Troubleshooting Waveforms: ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus VOCON Board Waveforms 16.8 MHz Clock Waveform Trace 1 — TP401 — 16.8 MHz Clock TX Modulation Out Waveform Transmitting 1 kHz tone at 85mVrms into microphone Trace 1 — U201 — 9 September 5, 2008...

  • Page 253: Differential Addag Output Waveform, Tx Ssi Waveform

    Troubleshooting Waveforms: ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus VOCON Board Waveforms Differential ADDAG Output Waveform Transmitting 1 kHz tone at 85mVrms into microphone Trace 1 — U201 — 4 Trace 2 — U201 — 5 TX SSI Waveform Transmitting 1 kHz tone at 85mVrms into microphone Trace 1 —...

  • Page 254: Spi Bus Waveform, Tx 1 Khz Tone Waveform

    6-10 Troubleshooting Waveforms: ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus VOCON Board Waveforms SPI Bus Waveform Radio Power Up Trace 1 — U201 — 41 - Data Trace 2 — U201 — 43 - Chip Select Trace 3 — U201 — 42 - Clock...

  • Page 255: Serial Audio Port Waveform, Rx Audio Waveform

    Troubleshooting Waveforms: ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus VOCON Board Waveforms 6-11 Serial Audio Port Waveform Transmitting 1 kHz tone at 85mVrms into microphone Trace 1 — U402 — 7 - Frame Sync Trace 2 — U402 — 11 - Clock Trace 3 — U402 — 13 - Data...

  • Page 256: Rx Bbp Waveform, Secure Interface Waveform

    6-12 Troubleshooting Waveforms: ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus VOCON Board Waveforms RX BBP Waveform Receiving 1 kHz tone at 3 kHz Dev, -47dBm Trace 1 — TP221 — Frame Sync Trace 2 — TP223 — Data Trace 3 — TP219 — Clock...

  • Page 257: Khz Frame Sync For Security Circuitry Waveform

    Troubleshooting Waveforms: ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus VOCON Board Waveforms 6-13 8 kHz Frame Sync for Security Circuitry Waveform Receiving 1 kHz tone at 3 kHz Dev, -47dBm Secure Mode Trace 1 — U601 — 5 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 258

    6-14 Troubleshooting Waveforms: ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus VOCON Board Waveforms Notes September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 259: List Of Schematics And Component Location Diagrams

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: List of Schematics and Component Location Diagrams Chapter 7 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists List of Schematics and Table 7-1. List of Schematics and Component Location Table 7-1. List of Schematics and Component Location Table 7-1.

  • Page 260: Rf Section

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RF Section Table 7-1. List of Schematics and Component Location Table 7-1. List of Schematics and Component Location Table 7-2. J500 Command Board to RF Board Table 7-3. P502 Command Board to Control Head Diagrams (Continued) Diagrams (Continued) Interconnect Board (Continued)

  • Page 261: Table 7-4. P503 Command Board To Rf Power Amplifier Board

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RF Section Table 7-4. P503 Command Board to RF Power Amplifier Table 7-6. J501 Command Board to VOCON Board Table 7-6. J501 Command Board to VOCON Board Table 7-8. J601 RF Board to VCO Board Board (Continued) J501 J501...

  • Page 262: Astro Spectra Radio Interconnection

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RF Section MID/LOW-POWER PA HIGH-POWER PA ANTENNA ANTENNA CONNNECTOR CONNNECTOR DIRECTIONAL LPF/ COUPLER/ FRONT-END ANTENNA SW RECEIVER DETECTOR BOARD COAXIAL CABLE FRONT-END RECEIVER BOARD DIRECTIONAL LPF/ FRONT-END COUPLER/ ANTENNA SW RECEIVER DETECTOR BOARD LOW-POWER IF AMP MIXER...

  • Page 263: Hrn4009b/hrn6014a Vhf Rf Board, Hrn4010b/hrn6020a Uhf Rf Board, And Hrn6019a 800 Mhz Rf Board Schematic

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RF Section O.K. AS IS EDITOR DATE CHECKER DATE CORRECTED O.K. AS MARKED MARKED ISS. REVISION RLSE. LETTERING SIZE: REQUIRES: MAEPF-27086-O HRN4009B/HRN6014A VHF RF Board, HRN4010B/HRN6020A UHF RF Board, and HRN6019A 800 MHz RF Board Schematic 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 264: Hrn4009b/hrn6014a Vhf Rf Board, Hrn4010b/hrn6020a Uhf Rf Board, And Hrn6019a 800 Mhz Rf Board Component Location Diagrams

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RF Section MAEPF-27088-O MAEPF-27087-O HRN4009B/HRN6014A VHF RF Board, HRN4010B/HRN6020A UHF RF Board, and HRN6019A 800 MHz RF Board Component Location Diagrams September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 265

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RF Section HRN4009B, HRN6014A VHF RF Board MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA HRN4010B, HRN6020A UHF RF Board ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER HRN6019A 800 MHz RF Board or 2113740B13 3.3pF (UHF and 800 MHz Bds) or –...

  • Page 266

    Notes: or 0611077B01 12k (UHF Bd) For optimum performance, order replacement diodes, transistors, and circuit or 0611077A98 10k (800MHz Bd) modules by Motorola part number only. When ordering crystals, specify carrier frequency, crystal frequency, crystal R617 0611077B11 type number, and Motorola part number.

  • Page 267: Hrn4009c/hrn6014c Vhf Rf Board Schematic Diagram

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RF Section MAEPF-27089-O HRN4009C/HRN6014C VHF RF Board Schematic Diagram 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 268: Hrn4009c/hrn6014c Vhf Rf Board Component Location Diagrams

    7-10 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RF Section MAEPF-27090-O MAEPF-27091-O HRN4009C/HRN6014C VHF RF Board Component Location Diagrams September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 269

    2113740B34 24pF For optimum performance, order replacement diodes, transistors, and circuit R318 0611077A01 E302 2680004M03 Ferrite Bead modules by Motorola part number only. C604 2113741N21 1000pF R319 – Not Placed When ordering crystals, specify carrier frequency, crystal frequency, crystal E602...

  • Page 270: Hrn4009e/hrn6014d Vhf Rf Board, Hrn4010d/hrn6020c Uhf Rf Board, And Hrn6019c 800 Mhz Rf Board Schematic Diagram (sheet 1 Of 2)

    7-12 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RF Section 9.6V J500-12 CASE2 CASE1 JU351 JU352 +5V-REG C322 0.1uF FLTR K9.4V FL300 R313 J500-22 R311 J500-23 J500-24 CASE2 CASE1 Q353 Q351 R307 C312 *R355* 470pF C314 FLTR 0.1uF R358 FL301 R612 220K R308...

  • Page 271: Hrn4009e/hrn6014d Vhf Rf Board, Hrn4010d/hrn6020c Uhf Rf Board, And Hrn6019c 800 Mhz Rf Board Schematic Diagram (sheet 2 Of 2)

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RF Section 7-13 J602 NOTE 3 R641 T-LINE 2 J500-1 U600 SPARE 91B11 C330 C618 J500-13 16.8MHz 100pF 0.1uF R602 C610 R642 REF-TUNE 1 WARP J500-2 RF_OUT SYNTH-FDBK .01uF C329 C619 0.1uF 0.1uF *JU601* T-LINE 1 R670...

  • Page 272: Hrn4009e/hrn6014d Vhf Rf Board, Hrn4010d/hrn6020c Uhf Rf Board, And Hrn6019c 800 Mhz Rf Component Location Diagram

    7-14 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RF Section 8485219C03 C617 C636 Q607 L604 C615 R608 R627 L605 C616 R628 C611 CR602 CR603 C657 R653 C343 C638 R610 C621 C318 C631 C629 R630 C639 C656 R618 R609 C641 R629 TP604 C620 TP601...

  • Page 273

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RF Section 7-15 HRN4009E and HRN6014D VHF RF Board, HRN6010D MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION and HRN6020C UHF RF Board, and HRN6019C 800 PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER...

  • Page 274

    Pad, VF Shock 8485219C02 Circuit Board Notes: For optimum performance, order replacement diodes, transistors, and circuit modules by Motorola part number only. When ordering crystals, specify carrier frequency, crystal frequency, crystal type number, and Motorola part number. Part value notations: p=10...

  • Page 275: Command Board Section

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RF Section 7-17 Command Board Section HLN5558E/F/G, HLN6529C/D/E/F/G, HLN6560C/D/E/F/G/H, and HLN6562C/D/E/F/G/H Command Board Schematic Diagram 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 276: Hln5558e/f/g, Hln6529c/d/e, Hln6560c/d/e/f/g/h, And Hln6562c/d/e/f/g/h Command Board Component Location Diagrams

    7-18 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RF Section MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS DEPT. Astro Mobile Command Board DWG. NO. MAEPF-25699 HLN5558DSP01/8405885V05 ILLUSTRATOR DATE ENGINEER DATE PROGRAM DISK CHECK 7/17/96 Illustrator O.K. AS IS EDITOR DATE CHECKER DATE CORRECTED O.K. AS MARKED MARKED ISS.

  • Page 277

    0611077A01 NOT PLACED JU532 NOT PLACED NOT PLACED NOT PLACED 0611077A01 R561 0611077B29 NOT PLACED 0611077B29 NOT PLACED HLN5558E/F/G, HLN6529C/D/E, HLN6560C/D/E/F/G/H, MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION and HLN6562C/D/E/F/G/H Parts List PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER...

  • Page 278

    R525 0611077A50 Notes: or 0611077B29 180k (HLN5558E and R526 0611077B07 For optimum performance, order replacement diodes, transistors, and circuit HLN6529C) modules by Motorola part number only. R527 thru 531 0611077B15 R409, 410 0611077B11 Part value notations: R532, 533 0611077A62 R411, 412...

  • Page 279: Hln5558h/j, Hln6529h, Hln6560j, And Hln6562j Command Board Schematic Diagram

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RF Section 7-21 HLN5558H/J, HLN6529H, HLN6560J, and HLN6562J Command Board Schematic Diagram 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 280: Hln5558h/j, Hln6529h, Hln6560j, And Hln6562j Component Location Diagram

    7-22 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RF Section C571 Q517 R536 R552 Q516 side 1 side 2 HLN5558H/J, HLN6529H, HLN6560J, and HLN6562J Component Location Diagram September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 281

    NOT PLACED JU528 NOT PLACED NOT PLACED 0611077A01 NOT PLACED JU532 NOT PLACED NOT PLACED NOT PLACED 0611077A01 HLN5558H/J, HLN6529H, HLN6560J, and HLN6562J MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION Parts List PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER...

  • Page 282

    7-24 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RF Section MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER C581 2113740B65 CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 CR401 4813833C03 DIODE DUAL 70V 'A1X'...

  • Page 283

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RF Section 7-25 MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER R528 thru 0611077B15 RES CHIP 47K 5 1/8W U523 5113806A20 IC MUX/DEMUX,TRIPLE 2- R531 CHNL R532 & R533 0611077A62 RES CHIP 330 5 1/8W...

  • Page 284: Vocon Section

    7-26 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RF Section VOCON Section 63B81087C40-O HLN6458D VOCON Board Schematic (Sheet 1 of 2) September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 285: Hln6458d Vocon Board Schematic (sheet 2 Of 2)

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VOCON Section 7-27 VOCON Section J501 VOCON Universal Connector DOUT* DOUT CTS/RS232 SCLK) MOS1 LOCK DET6 SYN SEL* ROSC/PSC CE*) DA SEL* ROW4/TXPA EN* ROW5/5V EN EMERG LH/RX DATA LH/TX DATA BUSY OUT BUSY RTS KEY FAIL* VIP OUT1...

  • Page 286: Hln6458d Vocon Board Component Location Diagrams (sheet 1 Of 2)

    7-28 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VOCON Section RXDIN DECIN OVERRIDE MCM56824ZP25 IRQB SC415012ZP HC11RST DSPRAM SLIC SCNEN 62U52 X XIRQ VDD3 VSS1 57W06 0 29V12 VSS3 VDD1 RESET TXPG028NP06 ATWLYYWW WAUDWL9201 ATWLYYWWW JAPAN RTSBOUT JAPAN SCNSLB RTSBIN BOOTRX A14IN MAEPF-24369-O...

  • Page 287: Hln6458d Vocon Board Component Location Diagrams (sheet 2 Of 2)

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VOCON Section 7-29 HREQ* HR/W* HEN* HACK* DSP56001ZP33 29V08 RST* IRQA WAUDWL9201 IRQB JAPAN XTAL MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS DEPT. EXTAL ASTRO Spectra VOCON DWG. NO. MAEPF-26122 8405160Y01.O (HLN6458D) ILLUSTRATOR DATE ENGINEER DATE PROGRAM DISK CHECK 7/21/97...

  • Page 288

    7-30 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VOCON Section HLN6458D VOCON Board Parts List MOTOROLA PART MOTOROLA PART MOTOROLA PART ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION NUMBER NUMBER NUMBER MOTOROLA PART ITEM DESCRIPTION C265 thru – NOT PLACED C469 –...

  • Page 289

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VOCON Section 7-31 MOTOROLA PART MOTOROLA PART MOTOROLA PART ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION NUMBER NUMBER NUMBER R259 & 0662057A97 CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5% R481 0662057A97 CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5%...

  • Page 290: Hln6458e Vocon Board Schematic (sheet 1 Of 2)

    7-32 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VOCON Section 63B81087C42-O HLN6458E VOCON Board Schematic (Sheet 1 of 2) September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 291: Hln6458e Vocon Board Schematic (sheet 2 Of 2)

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VOCON Section 7-33 J501 VOCON Universal Connector DOUT* DOUT CTS/RS232 SCLK) MOS1 LOCK DET6 SYN SEL* ROSC/PSC CE*) DA SEL* ROW4/TXPA EN* EMERG ROW5/5V EN LH/RX DATA LH/TX DATA BUSY RTS BUSY OUT KEY FAIL* VIP OUT1 VIP OUT2...

  • Page 292: Hln6458e Vocon Board Component Location Diagrams (sheet 1 Of 2)

    7-34 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VOCON Section HREQ* Fiducial Fiducial DECIN RXDIN VSS1 OVERRIDE SCLK HR/W* VSSAb IRQB HEN* V20b HC11RST HACK* DSP56001ZP33 SLIC SCNEN VAGB VDD3 VSS1 SC380017ZP VAG0b 57W06 0 VDDAb VSS3 VDD1 GDRN TXPG028NP06 ADSIC EPSb 29V08...

  • Page 293: Hln6458e Vocon Board Component Location Diagrams (sheet 2 Of 2)

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VOCON Section 7-35 MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS DEPT. ASTRO Spectra VOCON DWG. NO. MAEPF-26124 8405160Y02.B (HLN6458E) ILLUSTRATOR DATE ENGINEER DATE PROGRAM DISK CHECK 7/21/97 Illustrator O.K. AS IS EDITOR DATE CHECKER DATE CORRECTED O.K. AS MARKED MARKED ISS.

  • Page 294

    7-36 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VOCON Section HLN6458E VOCON Board Electrical Parts List MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION C467 2113930F24 7.5pF Q208 4805128M12 R270, 271...

  • Page 295

    MISCELLANEOUS: 8405160Y02 Printed Circuit Board Notes: For optimum performance, order replacement diodes, transistors, and circuit modules by Motorola part number only. When ordering crystals, specify carrier frequency, crystal frequency, crystal type number, and Motorola part number. Part value notations: p=10 n=10 µ=10...

  • Page 296: Hln6458f/g Vocon Board Schematic (sheet 1 Of 2)

    7-38 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VOCON Section MAEPF-27097-O SHEET 1 HLN6458F/G VOCON Board Schematic (Sheet 1 of 2) September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 297: Hln6458f/g Vocon Board Schematic (sheet 2 Of 2)

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VOCON Section 7-39 J501 VOCON J501 VOCON Universal Connector Universal Connector DOUT* DOUT* DOUT DOUT CTS/RS232 CTS/RS232 SCLK) SCLK) MOS1 MOS1 LOCK DET6 LOCK DET6 ROSC/PSC CE*) ROSC/PSC CE*) SYN SEL* SYN SEL* ROW4/TXPA EN* ROW4/TXPA EN* DA SEL*...

  • Page 298: Hln6458f/g Vocon Board Component Location Diagrams (sheet 1 Of 2)

    7-40 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VOCON Section HREQ* Fiducial Fiducial VSS1 DECIN RXDIN SCLK OVERRIDE VSSAb HR/W* V20b IRQB HEN* HC11RST HACK* DSP56001ZP33 SLIC VAGB SCNEN VAG0b SC380017ZP VDDAb VSS1 VDD3 57W06 0 GDRN VSS3 ADSIC VDD1 EPSb IRQB TXPG028NP06...

  • Page 299: Hln6458f/g Vocon Board Component Location Diagrams (sheet 2 Of 2)

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VOCON Section 7-41 MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS DEPT. Astro Saber Vocon DWG. NO. MAEPF-27096 PCB - 8405160Y03 ILLUSTRATOR DATE ENGINEER DATE PROGRAM DISK CHECK 6/30/99 Illustrator O.K. AS IS EDITOR DATE CHECKER DATE CORRECTED O.K.

  • Page 300

    7-42 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VOCON Section HLN6458F/G VOCON Board Parts List MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION C269 – NOT PLACED C471 thru –...

  • Page 301

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VOCON Section 7-43 MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER R257 thru 0662057A97 CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5% R308 0662057B47 CHIP RES 0 OHMS +-.050...

  • Page 302: Hln6458h Vocon Board Schematic (sheet 1 Of 2)

    7-44 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VOCON Section MAEPF-27100 SHEET 1 HLN6458H VOCON Board Schematic (Sheet 1 of 2) September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 303: Hln6458h Vocon Board Schematic (sheet 2 Of 2)

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VOCON Section 7-45 J501 VOCON Universal Connector DOUT* DOUT CTS/RS232 SCLK) MOS1 LOCK DET6 ROSC/PSC CE*) SYN SEL* ROW4/TXPA EN* DA SEL* ROW5/5V EN EMERG LH/RX DATA LH/TX DATA BUSY RTS BUSY OUT KEY FAIL* VIP OUT1 VIP OUT2...

  • Page 304: Hln6458h Vocon Board Component Location Diagrams

    7-46 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VOCON Section VIEWED FROM SIDE 1 RXDIN DECIN OVERRIDE IRQB HC11RST SLIC SCNEN VDD3 VSS1 57W06 0 VSS3 VDD1 TXPG028NP06 ATWLYYWWW RTSBOUT MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS DEPT Astro Saber Vocon DWG. NO. MAEPF-270 PCB - 8405160Y04 SCNSLB ILLUSTRATOR...

  • Page 305

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VOCON Section 7-47 HLN6458H VOCON Board Electrical Parts List MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION C416 thru 420 2113932K15 0.1µF CR205...

  • Page 306

    ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION For optimum performance, order replacement diodes, transistors, and circuit PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER modules by Motorola part number only. When ordering crystals, specify carrier frequency, crystal frequency, crystal R251 0662057B47 R419 0662057A73 U214 5105279V65 AND Gate type number, and Motorola part number.

  • Page 307: Astro Spectra Plus Vocon Section

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section 7-49 ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section USB CONNECTOR SECURE_CNT(12:0) USB_D+ TP100 USB_D- TP101 USB_PWR TP102 TP103 USB_CONTROL TP104 USB_BOOT TP105 CODEC_PWR_DOWN USB_VPP TP106 KRSIC_SEL USB_MOD TP107 DOUT* MISOB MISOB DCLK DCLK...

  • Page 308: Astro Spectra Plus Vocon Top Level Schematic (sheet 2 Of 2)

    7-50 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section VOCON BOARD CONNECTOR TX-RS232_3 TX-RS232_5 TX/RS232 J501-43 CTS-RS232_3 CTS-RS232_5 LH-TX_DATA_3 LH-TX_DATA_5 CTS/RS232 J501-5 BUSY_OUT_3 BUSY_OUT_5 LH_RESETO_3 LH_RESETO_5 J501-18 LH/TX_DATA DISP_EN-LATCH_3 DISP_EN-LATCH*_5 SPKR_EN_3 SPKR_EN_5 J501-19 BUSY_OUT TXPA_EN*_3 TXPA_EN*_5 J501-27 LH_RSTO K9_4EN-MIC_EN_3...

  • Page 309: Hln6837a Astro Spectra Plus Rf Interface Schematic (sheet 1 Of 2)

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section 7-51 ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section KRSIC_DB(7:0) KRSIC_DB(7:0) KRSIC_AB(4:0) KRSIC_AB(4:0) VCC3.0 VCC3.0 C200 ADDAG_SEL R200 QSCKA ADDAG QSPIA 0.1uF 100K MOSIA C201 MISOA 4.3pF R201 100K VCC3.0 VCC5.0 VCC5.0 C202 0.1uF...

  • Page 310: Hln6837a Astro Spectra Plus Rf Interface Schematic (sheet 2 Of 2)

    7-52 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section R242 R241 VCC3.0 R243 R240 5.6K R245 3.3K R234 VCC5.0 Q200 R250 ABACUSII 4.7K L200 DOUT* INTERFACE DOUT 270nH VCC3.0 R213 VCC3.0 Q201 R214 R215 Q202 VCC3.0 VCC3.0 R216 R246...

  • Page 311: Hln6837a Astro Spectra Plus Digital/usb Schematic (sheet 1 Of 2)

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section 7-53 EIM MODULE 12V_VPP USB_VPP VR302 VCC1.8 TP312 TP313 TP314 VCC1.8 TP336 R301 TP337 TP338 C303 C302 0.1uF 0.1uF D300 U302 CY62147V EN_BLE 28F320 EN_OE EN_BHE EN_CE R/W* EN_WE BURSTCLK SRAM...

  • Page 312: Hln6837a Astro Spectra Plus Digital/usb Schematic (sheet 2 Of 2)

    7-54 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section KRSIC_DB(7:0) VCC3.0 R340 spare parts BRD_ID0 *U300-4* SIM_INT_TOUT_BLOCK L300 VCC3.0 MC74LCX125 R341 U306-1 EEPOT_INC* EEPOT C300 SIM_D0TX_PB4 EEPOT_CS* BRD_ID1 C301 C310 C313 C311 C312 SIM_D0RX_PB5 SIM_RST0_PB6 EEPOT_U_D* CONTROL BBP(7:0) 33pF...

  • Page 313: Hln6837a Astro Spectra Plus Audio/dc Schematic

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section 7-55 AUDIO DC BLOCK VCC3.0 VCC3.0 VCC3.0 C441 0.1uF R403 C400 C401 C425 0.1uF 0.1uF U400 U401 VCC3.0 4.7uF MAX5160 MAX5160 R402 EEPOT_CS BCLKR EEPOT_U_D* 100K BCLKT MCLK EEPOT_INC* R404 RO_NEG...

  • Page 314: Hln6837a Astro Spectra Plus Voltage Conversion Schematic

    7-56 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section HLN6837A ASTRO Spectra Plus Voltage Conversion Schematic September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 315: Hln6837a Astro Spectra Plus Secure Interface Schematic

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section 7-57 HLN6837A ASTRO Spectra Plus Secure Interface Schematic 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 316: Hln6837a Astro Spectra Plus Vocon Component Location Diagram, Top View

    7-58 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section R307 C330 R347 R316 U307 U304 R308 R325 C300 R318 U303 C301 U410 C314 L300 L301 R329 VR302 C308 U306 C324 C315 C310 U301 R303 R452 U601 R322 L400 C303...

  • Page 317: Hln6837a Astro Spectra Plus Vocon Component Location Diagram, Bottom View

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section 7-59 R603 R403 R342 C425 C406 C407 R340 R219 R404 R401 Q203 TP401 U402 U401 R229 R216 R405 R230 C211 R221 Q202 U400 Q204 R400 C210 R215 C400 R249 C214 C205...

  • Page 318

    7-60 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section HLN6837A ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Electrical MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA Parts List ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER MOTOROLA C305 2113743M24 CAP CHIP 100000 PF +80-20%...

  • Page 319

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section 7-61 MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER R223 0662057M98 RES. CHIP 10K 5% 20X40...

  • Page 320: Hln6837c Astro Spectra Plus Vocon Top Level Schematic (sheet 1 Of 2)

    7-62 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section SECURE_CNT(12:0) USB CONNECTOR USB_D+ TP100 USB_D- TP101 USB_PWR TP102 TP103 TP104 USB_CONTROL USB_BOOT TP105 RF INTERFACE BLOCK DIGITAL/USB BLOCK USB_VPP TP106 KRSIC_SEL ABACUS II/ KRSIC USB_MOD TP107 DOUT* MISOB MISOB...

  • Page 321: Hln6837c Astro Spectra Plus Vocon Top Level Schematic (sheet 2 Of 2)

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section 7-63 VOLTAGE CONVERSION BLOCK VOCON BOARD CONNECTOR 5V TO COMMAND 3V FROM VOCON TX-RS232_3 TX-RS232_5 J501-43 TX/RS232 AUDIO DC BLOCK CTS-RS232_3 CTS-RS232_5 LH-TX_DATA_3 LH-TX_DATA_5 J501-5 CTS/RS232 CODEC_PWR_DOWN BUSY_OUT_3 BUSY_OUT_5 LH_RESETO_3 LH_RESETO_5...

  • Page 322: Hln6837c Astro Spectra Plus Digital/memory Schematic (sheet 1 Of 2)

    7-64 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section KRSIC_DB(7:0) *U300-4* SIM_INT_TOUT_BLOCK EEPOT_INC* EEPOT EIM MODULE SIM_D0TX_PB4 EEPOT_CS* SIM_D0RX_PB5 SIM_RST0_PB6 EEPOT_U_D* CONTROL SIM_PD0_PB9 SIM_CLK0_PB7 EEPOT_CS_2 SIM_SVEN0_PB8 SIM_D1RX_PB11 SIM_D1TX_PB10 SIM_PD1_PB15_DSP_DBG_PAW SIM_RST1_PB12_TIO0 TP340 SIM_CLK1_PB13_TIO1_DSP_DBG_YDW KRSIC DATA SIM_SVEN1_PB14_TIO2_DSP_DBG_XDW KRSIC_DB(7:0) 12V_VPP USB_VPP OSC AND ONE WIRE...

  • Page 323: Hln6837c Astro Spectra Plus Digital/memory Schematic (sheet 2 Of 2)

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section 7-65 VCC3.0 R340 L300 BRD_ID0 spare parts VCC3.0 MC74LCX125 R341 U306-1 C300 BRD_ID1 C310 C313 C311 C301 C312 BBP(7:0) 33pF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF R342 BRD_ID2 U307-4 VCC1.8 SECONDARY_UART(3:0) MC74LCX02 PRIMARY_UART(7:0)

  • Page 324: Hln6837c Astro Spectra Plus Audio/dc Discrete Schematic

    7-66 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section AUDIO DC BLOCK DISCRETE VCC3.0 VCC3.0 VCC3.0 VCC3.0 U409-2 C441 PWR_GND R403 0.1uF C401 C425 C400 U400 0.1uF U401 VCC3.0 4.7uF 0.1uF MAX5160 MAX5160 EEPOT_CS R402 BCLKR EEPOT_U_D* 100K BCLKT...

  • Page 325: Hln6837c Astro Spectra Plus Rf Interface Schematic

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section 7-67 R241 R242 5.6K VCC3.0 R245 R240 R243 3.3K R234 Q200 VCC5.0 R250 ABACUSII 4.7K L200 DOUT* INTERFACE DOUT 270nH VCC3.0 R213 VCC3.0 Q201 Parallel combinations for KRSIC_DB(7:0) Abacus Interface Resistors KRSIC_DB(7:0) R214...

  • Page 326: Hln6837c Astro Spectra Plus Secure Schematic

    7-68 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section IC Power/GND Supply U307-2 U602-1 3V IN MC74LCX02 MC74HC32A U307-1 U602-2 RESET MC74LCX02 MC74HC32A VCC3.0 VCC3.0 VCC3.0 SSI_CLK_3IN Spare Parts U600-1 U602-5 MC74HC393 U600-3 U601-1 U601-3 SSI_FS U602-4 U602-3 PWR_GND...

  • Page 327: Hln6837c Astro Spectra Plus Vtrans/usb Schematic

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section 7-69 VCC5.0 TO CONNECTOR VCC3.0 TX-RS232_5 CTS-RS232_5 C500 VOCON TO COMMAND 0.1uF R500 LH-TX_DATA_5 TX-RS232_3 EN_OE1 EN_OE2 BUSY_OUT_5 U500 CTS-RS232_3 LH_RESETO_5 LH-TX_DATA_3 MOSIA_5 BUSY_OUT_3 QSCKA_5 LH_RESETO_3 ROSC-PSC_EN_5 MOSIA_3 SYN_SEL_5 QSCKA_3 VCC5.0...

  • Page 328: Hln6837c Astro Spectra Plus Vocon Component Location Diagram, Top View

    7-70 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section VIEWED FROM SIDE 1 C502 TP407 TP208 R427 U501 U500 U504 U503 R235 R428 U502 R426 R425 R236 Y401 TP603 C424 R606 VR303 VR301 C422 TP330 R315 TP217 TP215 Q301...

  • Page 329: Hln6837c Astro Spectra Plus Vocon Component Location Diagram, Bottom View

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section 7-71 VIEWED FROM SIDE 2 TP302 SC400 R209 TP301 C226 C223 U202 C224 R231 C217 J501 C215 R225 R202 C202 C201 L200 TP400 R245 TP209 C402 TP325 R250 R223 R222 R243...

  • Page 330

    7-72 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section HLN6837C ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Electrical MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA Parts List ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER MOTOROLA C304 2113743M24 CAP CHIP 100000 PF +80-20%...

  • Page 331

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section 7-73 MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER R223 0662057M98 RES. CHIP 10K 5% 20X40...

  • Page 332: Hln6837e Astro Spectra Plus Vocon Top Level Schematic (sheet 1 Of 2)

    7-74 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section USB CONNECTOR SECURE_CNT(12:0) TEST_POINT USB_D+ TP100 TEST_POINT USB_D- TP101 TEST_POINT USB_PWR TP102 TEST_POINT TP103 TEST_POINT USB_CONTROL TP104 TEST_POINT USB_BOOT TP105 RF INTERFACE BLOCK TEST_POINT DIGITAL / USB BLOCK USB_VPP TP106 2 1 3...

  • Page 333: Hln6837e Astro Spectra Plus Vocon Top Level Schematic (sheet 2 Of 2)

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section 7-75 VOCON BOARD CONNECTOR VOLTAGE CONVERSION BLOCK 2.85V FROM VOCON 5V TO COMMAND TX-RS232_2.85 TX-RS232_5 J501-43 TX/RS232 AUDIO_DC_BLOCK CTS-RS232_2.85 CTS-RS232_5 J501-5 CTS/RS232 LH-TX_DATA_2.85 LH-TX_DATA_5 CODEC_PWR_DOWN BUSY_OUT_2.85 BUSY_OUT_5 J501-18 LH_RESETO_2.85 LH_RESETO_5 LH/TX_DATA...

  • Page 334: Hln6837e Astro Spectra Plus Digital/memory Schematic (sheet 1 Of 2)

    7-76 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section KRSIC_DB(7:0) *U300-4* SIM_INT_TOUT_BLOCK VCC2.85 VCC2.85 EEPOT_INC* EIM MODULE EEPOT SIM_D0TX_PB4 EEPOT_CS* SIM_D0RX_PB5 SIM_RST0_PB6 EEPOT_U_D* CONTROL R608 SIM_PD0_PB9 SIM_CLK0_PB7 EEPOT_CS_2 R350 SIM_SVEN0_PB8 SIM_D1RX_PB11 SIM_D1TX_PB10 MILL_ASP_ID SIM_PD1_PB15_ SIM_RST1_PB12_TIO0 DSP_DBG_PAW KRSIC DATA SIM_CLK1_PB13_TIO1_DSP_DBG_YDW VCC2.85...

  • Page 335: Hln6837e Astro Spectra Plus Digital/memory Schematic (sheet 2 Of 2)

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section 7-77 R342 VCC2.85 R341 L300 spare parts VCC2.85 MC74LCX125 R340 U306-1 C300 C301 BBP(7:0) 100pF C310 C313 C311 C312 VCC1.8 MC74LCX02 SECONDARY_UART(3:0) 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF U307-4 VCC1.55 BRD_ID0 PRIMARY_UART(7:0) L301...

  • Page 336: Hln6837e Astro Spectra Plus Vtrans Schematic

    7-78 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section KRSIC_DB(7:0) KRSIC_DB_3(7:0) KRSIC DATA VCC2.85 KRSIC_DB(7:0) KRSIC_DB_3(7:0) VCC2.85 C509 MC74LCX573 0.1uF BRAVO TO KRSIC R352 U602-3 EN_LE MC74HC32A EN_OE KRSIC_CS U417 VCC2.85 C514 KRSIC_RD 0.1uF U423 NLASB3157 RESET_OUT SELECT LOGIC_BOOT...

  • Page 337: Hln6837e Astro Spectra Plus Audio/dc Discrete Schematic

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section 7-79 AUDIO DC BLOCK DISCRETE VCC2.85 VCC2.85 VCC2.85 VCC2.85 U409-2 C441 PWR_GND R403 0.1uF C442 0.1uF C400 C401 VCC2.85 0.1uF 0.1uF U400 U401 MAX5160 MAX5160 R402 C425 EEPOT_CS 100K 4.7uF BCLKR...

  • Page 338: Hln6837e Astro Spectra Plus Voltage Conversion Block Schematic

    7-80 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section VCC5.0 TO CONNECTOR VCC2.85 TX-RS232_5 CTS-RS232_5 VOCON TO COMMAND C500 0.1uF R500 LH-TX_DATA_5 TX-RS232_2.85 EN_OE1 EN_OE2 BUSY_OUT_5 U500 CTS-RS232_2.85 MC74VHCT244A LH_RESETO_5 LH-TX_DATA_2.85 MOSIA_5 BUSY_OUT_2.85 QSCKA_5 LH_RESETO_2.85 ROSC-PSC_EN_5 MOSIA_2.85 SYN_SEL_5 QSCKA_2.85...

  • Page 339: Hln6837e Astro Spectra Plus Rf Interface Schematic

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section 7-81 R241 5.6K R242 VCC3.0 R245 R240 R243 R234 VCC5.0 3.3K Q200 ABACUSII R250 4.7K DOUT* INTERFACE DOUT L200 VCC3.0 270nH R213 KRSIC_DB_3(7:0) VCC3.0 Q201 Parallel combinations for KRSIC_DB_3(7:0) R214 Abacus Interface Resistors...

  • Page 340: Hln6837e Astro Spectra Plus Secure Schematic

    7-82 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section IC Power/GND Supply Spare Parts VCC3.0 VCC3.0 VCC3.0 U600-3 U601-3 U602-5 PWR_GND PWR_GND PWR_GND U601-2 MC14013B C600 C601 C602 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF U307-2 U602-1 2.85V IN MC74LCX02 MC74HC32A U307-1 U602-2...

  • Page 341: Hln6837e Astro Spectra Plus Vocon Component Location Diagram, Top View

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section 7-83 C502 R461 C445 R427 R458 U501 U500 U504 U503 R428 C447 C446 R426 R425 Y401 C506 C508 R606 VR303 C507 C515 C424 VR301 C422 R459 C449 R315 R462 R460 Q301...

  • Page 342: Hln6837e Astro Spectra Plus Vocon Component Location Diagram, Bottom View

    7-84 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section C516 C511 SC400 C514 R209 U423 C226 C223 C224 R231 C217 R357 R358 R353 R354 J501 C215 R202 L200 C201 R245 C202 C402 R250 R222 R243 R223 C200 R224 C209...

  • Page 343

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section 7-85 HLN6837E ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Electrical MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA Parts List ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER MOTOROLA C228 2113743L09 CAP,CHIP,470PF,+10%,-10%,...

  • Page 344

    7-86 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER C502 2113743M24 CAP,CHIP,.1UF,+80%,-20%, 0913915A18 RECTANGULAR/SQUARE R220 0662057A37 RES,MF,330OHM,5%,.063W,...

  • Page 345

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: ASTRO Spectra Plus VOCON Section 7-87 MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER R351 0662057M98 RES,MF,10KOHM,5%,.032W, R435 0662057M74 RES,MF,1KOHM,5%,.032W,SM,0 U201...

  • Page 346: Vco Section

    7-88 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VCO Section VCO Section C3649 HLD6061D and HLD6062D VHF VCO Hybrid Schematic September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 347: Hld6061d And Hld6062d Vhf Vco Hybrid Component Location Diagram

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VCO Section 7-89 C3662 C3663 C3664 R3654 L3646 C3681 CR3645 C3660 CR3644 C3668 R3651 CR3643 C3667 Q3644 C3666 L3652 C3670 C3669 C3656 C3655 CR3646 C3654 RT640 MP648 R656 L3649 CR3643 L3645 MP647 JU3602 JU3601 Q3645 C3651...

  • Page 348

    7-90 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VCO Section HLD6061D and HLD6062D Parts List MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION C3680 2113740B01 CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 PART NUMBER C3647 thru 2113740B65 CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 –...

  • Page 349: Hld4342b And Hld4343b Vhf Vco Carrier Schematic Diagram

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VCO Section 7-91 HLD4342B and HLD4343B VHF VCO Carrier Schematic Diagram 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 350: Hld4342d And Hld4343d Vhf Vco Carrier Schematic Diagram

    7-92 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VCO Section HLD4342D and HLD4343D VHF VCO Carrier Schematic Diagram September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 351: Hld4342b/hld4343b Vhf Vco Carrier Component Location Diagram

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VCO Section 7-93 C703 L685 C639 R639 C673 C638 C665 R637 L684 R636 C672 C671 C637 C664 JU670 L672 JU671 R700 L671 C668 MP648 R649 L668 L674 MP647 Q643 C662 C675 L675 C646 J642 C674 R680...

  • Page 352: Hld4342d/hld4343d Vhf Vco Carrier Component Location Diagram

    7-94 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VCO Section MP648 MP647 C646 J642 R680 C689 C685 Q675 L681 L676 L686 L678 C687 L677 T602 L679 J3641 R664 L665 L664 C655 Q683 C653 R667 R652 L663 R660 R657 T601 Side 1 Side 2 HLD4342D/HLD4343D VHF VCO Carrier Component Location Diagram September 5, 2008...

  • Page 353

    0611077A94 RES CHIP 6800 5 1/8 10000 C690 2113741N45 CAP CHIP CL2 X7R 10% R637 0611077B07 RES CHIP 22K 5 1/8W MOTOROLA PART C3655 2113740B65 CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 470 ITEM DESCRIPTION 10000 R639 0611077B15 RES CHIP 47K 5 1/8W...

  • Page 354

    7-96 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VCO Section MOTOROLA PART MOTOROLA PART MOTOROLA PART ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION NUMBER NUMBER NUMBER C674 – NOT PLACED L679 2405452C87 COIL CHIP INDUCTOR 39 R662 – NOT PLACED 2113740B65...

  • Page 355: Uhf Vco Ranges 1, 2, 3, And 4 Hybrid Schematic

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VCO Section 7-97 L9621 C9615 UHF VCO Ranges 1, 2, 3, and 4 Hybrid Schematic 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 356: Hle6101a Uhf Vco Range 1 Hybrid And Hle6102a Range 2 Hybrid Component Location Diagram

    7-98 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VCO Section PIN2A BIAS PIN2C PIN2A BIAS PIN2C RF OUT RF OUT FID1 FID1 MP9638 MP9633 MP9632 MP9639 MP9632 MP9639 MP9636 MP9637 MP9636 MP9637 MP9638 MP9633 C9633 C9633 C9636 C9636 R9639 R9639 C9632 C9632 Q9635...

  • Page 357

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VCO Section 7-99 HLE6101A UHF VCO Range 1 Hybrid and HLE6102A MOTOROLA PART ITEM DESCRIPTION UHF VCO Range 2 Hybrid Parts List NUMBER CR9610 4813825A05 DIODE 30V HOT CARRIER MOTOROLA PART ITEM DESCRIPTION...

  • Page 358: Hle6103b Uhf Vco Range 3 Hybrid And Hle6104b Range 4 Hybrid Component Location Diagram

    7-100 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VCO Section C325 C318 C333 C336 L319 MP314 C332 C324 R339 L318 CR317 Q335 C310 R338 R313 CR316 R337 C311 C314 R335 CR326 Q310 L311 RT311 C313 MP328 R311 C321 L332 CR321 R311 C330 CR310...

  • Page 359

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VCO Section 7-101 HLE6103B UHF VCO Range 3 Hybrid and HLE6104B MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION UHF VCO Range 4 Hybrid Parts List PART NUMBER MP9618 0780299L01 FRAME LEAD J STRAP MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION &...

  • Page 360: Uhf Vco Ranges 1, 2, 3, And 4 Schematic Diagram

    7-102 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VCO Section UHF VCO Ranges 1, 2, 3, and 4 Schematic Diagram September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 361: Hle6045b Range 1 And Hle6046b Range 2 Uhf Vco Component Location Diagrams

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VCO Section 7-103 MP9614 MP9613 MP9628 C5652 R5686 J5642 R5698 R5661 C5661 R5631 R5632 L5682 R5630 L5660 R5664 CR5690 C5662 Q5660 C5690 Q5680 C5687 R5694 P602 L5680 L5671 Q5670 R5691 C5693 L5690 CR5691 C5694 C5671 J5641...

  • Page 362: Hle6000d Range 3 And Hle6041d Range 4 Uhf Vco Component Location Diagrams

    7-104 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VCO Section C5648 JU5669 C5641 MP9614 JU5641 JU5642 JU5643 JU5644 MP9613 MP9628 MP9615 Q5652 Q5653 Q5650 Q5651 C5683 R5682 R5681 R5632 C5699 R5630 R5686 R5684 C5688 Q5640 J5642 R5698 L5681 R5661 C5661 L5682 L5683 R5683...

  • Page 363

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VCO Section 7-105 HLE6000D and HLE6041D UHF VCO Parts List MOTOROLA PART MOTOROLA PART MOTOROLA PART ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION NUMBER NUMBER NUMBER MOTOROLA PART ITEM DESCRIPTION J5642 0980212N03 RECP COAX PCB MOUNT...

  • Page 364: Hlf6080b 800 Mhz Vco Schematic Diagram

    7-106 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VCO Section (Not Used) HLF6080B 800 MHz VCO Schematic Diagram September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 365: Hlf6080b 800 Mhz Vco Component Location Diagram

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VCO Section 7-107 Side 1 Side 2 HLF6080B 800 MHz VCO Component Location Diagram 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 366

    7-108 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: VCO Section HLF6080B 800 MHz VCO Parts List MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION CR690 4880066M01 DIODE SIGNAL RLS4148 R662 – NOT PLACED PART NUMBER...

  • Page 367: Rx Front-end Section

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RX Front-End Section 7-109 RX Front-End Section C3211 CR3201 C3209 C3210 CR3127 CR3126 CR3200 HRD6001E/6002E/6011E/6012E VHF Receiver Front-End Schematic 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 368: Hrd6001e/6002e/6011e/6012e Vhf Component Location Diagram

    7-110 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RX Front-End Section RX Front-End Section C3103 C3102 R3101 R3100 T3125 C3126 T3126 R3127 R3126 C3125 C3153 C3100 C3205 C3151 R3209 R3208 C3203 R3201 Q3202 R3205 C3207 R3200 R3202 C3211 C3206 C3210 C3209 Side 1 Side 2...

  • Page 369

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RX Front-End Section 7-111 HRD6001E VHF RXFE Parts List HRD6002E Parts List MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION Q3200 & 4880141L01 TSTR PNP SOT23 LO...

  • Page 370

    7-112 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RX Front-End Section MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUBER PART NUBER PART NUMBER R3208 0611077A26 RES CHIP 10 5 1/8W C3202 &...

  • Page 371

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RX Front-End Section 7-113 MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER R3130 0611077A01 RES CHIP JUMPER R3131 & – NOT PLACED R3132 R3200 – NOT PLACED R3201 0611077A98 RES CHIP 10K 5 1/8W R3202 0611077B15...

  • Page 372: Hrd6001g/6002g/6011g/6012g Vhf Receiver Front-end Schematic

    7-114 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RX Front-End Section J3101 L3204 JU3175 JU3176 JU3177 JU3178 1.165uH *R3132 *R3131 C3205 C3126 1MEG R3203 1MEG R3130 .01uF 27pF TP11 Q3200 L3126 L3125 R3204 0.117uH 0.117uH JU3179 JU3180 JU3181 JU3182 R3128 R3201 C3152 C3125...

  • Page 373: Hrd6001g/6002g/6011g/6012g Vhf Receiver Front-end Component Location Diagram

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RX Front-End Section 7-115 C3103 C3102 R3101 R3100 C3110 C3126 C3109 R3127 R3126 C3125 *R3132 C3108 C3152 C3153 C3205 L3151 C3101 R3209 C3100 R3210 R3208 C3203 R3200 Q3202 Q3201 R3202 C3207 R3205 C3206 C3210 C3209 Side 1...

  • Page 374

    7-116 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RX Front-End Section VHF RXFE HRD6001G/HRD6002G/HRD6011G/HRD6012G MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION Parts List PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER C3203 2113740B49 CAP CHIP REEL CL1 L3125 & 2480140E06...

  • Page 375: Hre6001b/c,6002c,6003b/c,6004b/c,6011b/c,6012b,6014b Uhf Receiver Front-end Preamp And Standard Schematics

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RX Front-End Section 7-117 Front-End-Preamp Front-End-Standard HRE6001B/C,6002C,6003B/C,6004B/C,6011B/C,6012B,6014B UHF Receiver Front-End Preamp and Standard Schematics 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 376: Hre6001b/c,6002c,6003b/c,6004b/c,6011b/c,6012b,6014b Uhf Receiver Front-end Hybrid Component Location Diagram

    7-118 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RX Front-End Section C132 L125 R128 L127 Q125 R126 C127 R104 C100 C138 C103 Q100 R101 HRE6001B/C,6002C,6003B/C,6004B/C,6011B/C,6012B,6014B UHF Receiver Front-End Hybrid Component Location Diagram September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 377

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RX Front-End Section 7-119 HRE6011B/C UHF RXFE Pre-Amp Parts List MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION R103 0611077A62 RES CHIP 330 5 1/8W...

  • Page 378

    7-120 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RX Front-End Section HRE6001B/C and HRE6002C UHF RXFE Standard MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION Parts List PART NUMBER PART NUMBER R126 0611077A74 RES CHIP 1000 5 1/8 L125 2480140E10 INDUCTOR CHIP 100NH...

  • Page 379: Hrf6004b/c 800 Mhz Receiver Front-end Schematic Diagram

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RX Front-End Section 7-121 T-line T-line T-line HRF6004B/C 800 MHz Receiver Front-End Schematic Diagram 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 380: Hrf6004b/c 800 Mhz Receiver Front-end Component Location Diagram

    7-122 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RX Front-End Section Q8128 C8136 R8131 L8132 RF INPUT FROM DOUBLE/BUFFER R8129 J8350 R8132 IF OUTPUT & DC INPUT Q8127 L8131 L8130 C8134 Q8126 C8129 RF INPUT FROM PRESELECTOR HRF6004B/C 800 MHz Receiver Front-End Component Location Diagram September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 381

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: RX Front-End Section 7-123 HRF6004B/C 800 MHz RXFE Parts List MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER C8126 2111078B42 CAP CHIP RF 100 5 NPO 100V C8129 2111059D57 CAP CHIP 21D84873H57 A/I C8130 2111059B11 CAP CHIP 21D84547A11 A/I...

  • Page 382: Power Amplifier Section

    7-124 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section Power Amplifier Section 63D81085C15-O HLD6022C VHF 50-Watt PA Schematic September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 383: Hld6022c Vhf 50-watt Pa Component Location Diagram, Side 1

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section 7-125 Power Amplifier Section HLD6022C VHF 50-Watt PA Component Location Diagram, Side 1 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 384: Hld6022c Vhf 50-watt Pa Component Location Diagram, Side 2

    7-126 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section HLD6022C VHF 50-Watt PA Component Location Diagram, Side 2 September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 385

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section 7-127 HLD6022C VHF 50-Watt PA Parts List MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION C3912 2111078B19 CAP CHIP RF 16 5 NPO 100V P0853...

  • Page 386: Hld6064c Vhf Range 1 And Hld6063d Range 2 100-watt Pa Schematic

    7-128 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section R3844 63D81085C19-O HLD6064C VHF Range 1 and HLD6063D Range 2 100-Watt PA Schematic September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 387: Hld6064c Vhf Range 1 And Hld6063d Range 2 100-watt Pa Component Location Diagram, Side 1

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section 7-129 HLD6064C VHF Range 1 and HLD6063D Range 2 100-Watt PA Component Location Diagram, Side 1 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 388: Hld6064c Vhf Range 1 And Hld6063d Range 2 100-watt Pa Component Location Diagram, Side 2

    7-130 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section HLD6064C VHF Range 1 and HLD6063D Range 2 100-Watt PA Component Location Diagram, Side 2 September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 389

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section 7-131 HLD6064C VHF R1 and HLD6063D R2 100-Watt PA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION Parts List PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER C3881 2111078B59 CAP CHIP RF 470 5 NPO 100V...

  • Page 390: Hld6032b/hld6066b Vhf 25-watt Pa Schematic

    7-132 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section HLD6032B/HLD6066B VHF 25-Watt PA Schematic September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 391: Hld6032b/hld6066b Vhf 25-watt Pa Component Location Diagram, Side 1

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section 7-133 HLD6032B/HLD6066B VHF 25-Watt PA Component Location Diagram, Side 1 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 392: Hld6032b/hld6066b Vhf 25-watt Pa Component Location Diagram, Side 2

    7-134 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section HLD6032B/HLD6066B VHF 25-Watt PA Component Location Diagram, Side 2 September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 393

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section 7-135 HLD6032B VHF R2 25-Watt PA Parts List HLD6066B VHF R1 25-Watt PA Parts List MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION C3921 &...

  • Page 394

    7-136 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER C3923 2113740B65 CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 470 Q3850 4880225C22 TSTR NPN 174MHZ3/30W MRF1946 C3925 2113740B17 CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 4.7...

  • Page 395: Hle6062b And Hle6071b Uhf 25-watt Pa Schematic

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section 7-137 63D81085C13-O HLE6062B and HLE6071B UHF 25-Watt PA Schematic 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 396: Hle6062b Uhf 25-watt Pa Component Location Diagram, Side 1

    7-138 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section HLE6062B UHF 25-Watt PA Component Location Diagram, Side 1 September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 397: Hle6062b Uhf 25-watt Pa Component Location Diagram, Side 2

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section 7-139 HLE6062B UHF 25-Watt PA Component Location Diagram, Side 2 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 398

    7-140 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section HLE6062B VHF R2 25-Watt PA Parts List MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION C5923 2111078B01 CAP CHIP RF 3.3 .25 NPO 100V...

  • Page 399: Hle6043c/d, Hle6044c/d, And Hle6049b/c Uhf 40-watt Pa Schematic

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section 7-141 63D81085C14-O HLE6043C/D, HLE6044C/D, and HLE6049B/C UHF 40-Watt PA Schematic 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 400: Hle6043c/d, Hle6044c/d, And Hle6049b/c Uhf 40-watt Pa Component Location Diagram, Side 1

    7-142 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section HLE6043C/D, HLE6044C/D, and HLE6049B/C UHF 40-Watt PA Component Location Diagram, Side 1 September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 401: Hle6043c/d, Hle6044c/d, And Hle6049b/c Uhf 40-watt Pa Component Location Diagram, Side 2

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section 7-143 HLE6043C/D, HLE6044C/D, and HLE6049B/C UHF 40-Watt PA Component Location Diagram, Side 2 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 402

    7-144 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section HLE6043C/D UHF R3 40-Watt Parts List MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION C5894 – NOT PLACED L5904 &...

  • Page 403

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section 7-145 MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM PART DESCRIPTION ITEM PART DESCRIPTION ITEM PART DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER NUMBER NUMBER NUMBER C5851 2113740B39 CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 39 C5880 2111078B08 CAP CHIP RF 6.2 .25 NPO 100V...

  • Page 404

    7-146 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER CR5900 4813825A05 DIODE 30V HOT CARRIER R5801 0611077A30 RES CHIP 15 5 1/8W MMBD301L R5802 0611077A50 RES CHIP 100 5 1/8W CR5920 &...

  • Page 405: Hle6039c, Hle6040c, And Hle6051c Uhf 100-watt Pa Schematic

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section 7-147 63D81085C18-O HLE6039C, HLE6040C, and HLE6051C UHF 100-Watt PA Schematic 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 406: Hle6039c, Hle6040c, And Hle6051c Uhf 100-watt Pa Component Location Diagram, Side 1

    7-148 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section HLE6039C, HLE6040C, and HLE6051C UHF 100-Watt PA Component Location Diagram, Side 1 September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 407: Hle6039c, Hle6040c, And Hle6051c Uhf 100-watt Pa Component Location Diagram, Side 2

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section 7-149 HLE6039C, HLE6040C, and HLE6051C UHF 100-Watt PA Component Location Diagram, Side 2 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 408

    7-150 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section HLE6039C UHF R3 100-Watt PA Parts List MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION C5877 & 2111078B13 CAP CHIP RF 10 .5 NPO 100V...

  • Page 409

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section 7-151 MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER R5907 0611077B11 RES CHIP 33K 5 1/8W C5855 2111078B22...

  • Page 410

    7-152 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER PART NUMBER R5855 0611077A50 RES CHIP 100 5 1/8W C5823 2113740B24 CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 9.1...

  • Page 411

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section 7-153 MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER Q5804 4880141L01 TSTR PNP SOT23 LO PROFILE R5881 & 0680194M01 RES 10 OHMS 5% 1W TAPE R5882 Q5805 &...

  • Page 412: Hlf6078b 800 Mhz 15-watt Pa Schematic

    7-154 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section 63D81085C16-O HLF6078B 800 MHz 15-Watt PA Schematic September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 413: Hlf6078b 800 Mhz 15-watt Pa Component Location Diagram, Side 1

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section 7-155 U9850 HLF6078B 800 MHz 15-Watt PA Component Location Diagram, Side 1 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 414: Hlf6078b 800 Mhz 15-watt Pa Component Location Diagram, Side 2

    7-156 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section HLF6078B 800 MHz 15-Watt PA Component Location Diagram, Side 2 September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 415

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section 7-157 HLF6078C 800MHz 15-Watt PA Parts List MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION PARTS NUMBER MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION L9900 & 2480091G32 COIL AIRWOUND PARTS NUMBER L9920 C9500 2311049A37 CAP TANT CHIP 1 20 20...

  • Page 416: Hlf6077d 800 Mhz 35-watt Pa Schematic

    7-158 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section 63D81085C17-O SPECTRA 30W - KITS: HLF6075B AND HLF6087B - PCB:8480156P04 HLF6077D 800 MHz 35-Watt PA Schematic September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 417: Hlf6077d 800 Mhz 35-watt Pa Component Location Diagram, Side 1

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section 7-159 Spectra 8480156p04.A HLF6077D 800 MHz 35-Watt PA Component Location Diagram, Side 1 6881076C25-E September 5, 2008...

  • Page 418: Hlf6077d 800 Mhz 35-watt Pa Component Location Diagram, Side 2

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  • Page 419

    Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section 7-161 HLF6077D 800MHz 35-Watt PA Parts List MOTOROLA MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER PART NUMBER MOTOROLA ITEM DESCRIPTION CR9800 4880066M01 DIODE SIGNAL RLS4148 R9801 0611077A74 RES CHIP 1000 5 1/8...

  • Page 420

    7-162 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams and Parts Lists: Power Amplifier Section Notes September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

  • Page 421: A.1 Introduction

    HLN1441 DES, DES-XL, DES-OFB NTN1158 DVI-XL NTN1147 DVP-XL NTN1369 DES-XL , DVP-XL NTN1565 DES-OFB, DVP-XL Table A-2. ASTRO Digital Spectra Plus Secure Modules KIT NO. ENCRYPTION TYPE NNTN4024A DES, DES-XL, DES-OFB NNTN4025A DVI-XL NNTN4026A DVP-XL NNTN4027A DES, DES-XL , DES-OFB with DVP-XL Encryption Kit NOTE: The secure module is NOT serviceable.

  • Page 422: A.2 Circuit Description

    Secure Modules: Circuit Description Circuit Description The secure module operates from three power supplies (UNSW_B+, SW_B+, and KG_BACKUP). The SW_B+ is turned on and off by the radio’s on/off switch. The UNSW_B+ provides power to the secure module as long as the radio battery is in place. Key variables are loaded into the secure module through connector P1, pin 15.

  • Page 423: B.1 Basic Ordering Information

    Chart in the front of this manual, read the Transceiver Board or VOCON Board note, and include the proper information with your order. Motorola Online Motorola Online users can access our online catalog at https://www.motorola.com/businessonline To register for online access, please call 1-800-422-4210 (for U.S. and Canada Service Centers only).

  • Page 424: B.5 Telephone Orders

    Replacement Parts Ordering Telephone Orders Telephone Orders Radio Products and Solutions Organization* (United States and Canada) 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM (Central Standard Time) Monday through Friday (Chicago, U.S.A.) 1-800-422-4210 1-847-538-8023 (United States and Canada) U.S. Federal Government Markets Division (USFGMD) 1-877-873-4668 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time) Fax Orders...

  • Page 425: Glossary

    Glossary Glossary This glossary contains an alphabetical listing of terms and their definitions that are applicable to ASTRO portable and mobile subscriber radio products. Term Definition See analog-to-digital conversion. Abacus IC A custom integrated circuit providing a digital receiver intermediate frequency (IF) backend.

  • Page 426

    Glossary-2 Term Definition See Customer Programming Software. Customer Software with a graphical user interface containing the feature set of an Programming ASTRO radio. See also RSS. Software See digital-to-analog conversion. See digital-to-analog converter. default A pre-defined set of parameters. digital Refers to data that is stored or transmitted as a sequence of discrete symbols from a finite set;...

  • Page 427

    FLASHport process. ® FLASHport A Motorola term that describes the ability of a radio to change memory. Every FLASHport radio contains a FLASHport EEPROM memory chip that can be software written and rewritten to, again and again.

  • Page 428

    SPI data line from a peripheral to the MCU. Master Out Slave In SPI data line from the MCU to a peripheral. See microcontroller unit. Motorola Digital Communications. MCU/DSP Interface internal to the Patriot IC. See Megahertz. Megahertz One million cycles per second. Used especially as a radio-frequency unit.

  • Page 429

    Data transmitted on the control channel from the central controller to the word subscriber unit. over-molded pad- A Motorola custom IC package, distinguished by the presence of solder array carrier balls on the bottom pads. over-the-air rekeying Allows the dispatcher to remotely reprogram the encryption keys in the radio.

  • Page 430

    Glossary-6 Term Definition See Push-to-Talk. Push-to-Talk The switch or button usually located on the left side of the radio which, when pressed, causes the radio to transmit. When the PTT is released, the unit returns to receive operation. radio frequency The portion of the electromagnetic spectrum between audio sound and infrared light (approximately 10 kHz to 10 GHz).

  • Page 431

    Glossary-7 Term Definition RPCIC Regulator/power control IC. RPT/TA See repeater/talkaround. See Radio Service Software. See real-time clock. Receive. RX DATA Recovered digital data line. See Serial Audio CODEC Port. SCI IN Serial Communications Interface Input line. Serial Audio CODEC SSI to and from the GCAP II IC CODEC used to transfer transmit and Port receive audio data.

  • Page 432

    Glossary-8 Term Definition Standby mode An operating mode in which the radio is muted but still continues to monitor data. static RAM A type of memory used for volatile, program/data memory that does not need to be refreshed. Synchronous Serial DSP interface to peripherals that consists of a clock signal line, a frame Interface synchronization signal line, and a data line.

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    Glossary-9 Term Definition vocoder An electronic device for synthesizing speech by implementing a compression algorithm particular to voice. See also voice encoder. vocoder/controller A PC board that contains an ASTRO radio’s microcontroller, DSP, memory, audio and power functions, and interface support circuitry. voice encoder The DSP-based system for digitally processing analog signals, and includes the capabilities of performing voice compression algorithms or...

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    Glossary-10 Notes September 5, 2008 6881076C25-E...

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    Index-1 Index Index command board assembly components 2-1 description 2-7 encryption voltages 3-13 Numerics external bus serial communications 3-11 flash programming 3-13 800Mhz specifications 3-xlv microcontroller and support ICs 3-8 microphone audio 3-12 power-up/-down sequence 3-9 received audio 3-12 ABACUS II IC, receiver back-end 3-7 regulator and power control IC 3-14 amplifier, power regulators 3-10...

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    Index-2 encryption modules manual circuit description A-2 introduction 1-1 Spectra A-1 notations 1-2 Spectra Plus A-1 organization 1-1 encryption voltages, command board 3-13 revisions 1-ii errors MCU system clock 09/10 A-2 Spectra 3-28 09/90 A-2 Spectra Plus 3-44 power-up self-check microcontroller and support ICs, command board 3-8 Spectra 4-2 microphone audio, command board 3-12...

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    Index-3 assembly Spectra 3-22 circuit protection 2-5 Spectra Plus 3-43 components 2-1 controller memory map, Spectra 3-24 DC interconnect 2-5 controller section description 2-5 Spectra 3-15 gain stages 2-5 Spectra Plus 3-38 power control 2-5 description 2-7 description 3-55 DSP system clock troubleshooting Spectra 3-28 800 MHz band 4-66...

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    Index-4 RF exposure compliance information 1-ii description RS-232 line drivers, command board 3-13 Spectra 3-15 RX signal path, VOCON board Spectra Plus 3-38 Spectra 3-18 DSP system clock Spectra Plus 3-41 Spectra 3-28 Spectra Plus 3-44 MCU system clock Spectra 3-28 Spectra Plus 3-44 schematics power-up/power-down sequence...

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    Index-5 waveforms TX signal path ASTRO Spectra 6-2 Spectra 3-21 ASTRO Spectra Plus 6-7 Spectra Plus 3-42 TX signal path, VOCON board vocoder bootstrap, Spectra 3-24 Spectra 3-21 vocoder memory map, Spectra 3-26 Spectra Plus 3-42 vocoder section Spectra 3-17 Spectra Plus 3-39 voltage regulators, Spectra Plus 3-45 VOCON Plus board assembly 2-1...

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