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Motorola 38C V100 Service Manual

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Level 3 Service Manual
Product Family 38C
Personal Communicator
Model V100
GSM Technology

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    Level 3 Service Manual Product Family 38C Personal Communicator Model V100 GSM Technology...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Index ................Index-1 MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY...

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    Table of Contents Product Family 38C MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

  • Page 5: Introduction

    S Product Identification Motorola products are identified by the model number on the housing. Use the entire model number when inquiring about the product. Numbers are also assigned to chassis and kits. Use these numbers when requesting information or ordering replacement parts.

  • Page 6: Computer Software Copyrights

    Motorola Inc. requires express written permission of Motorola, Inc. In this regard, you may not use the information in this manual to create a software application for separate sale or license to others not in connection with the associated product purchased from Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 7: Warranty Service Policy

    The standard out of box failure criteria applies. Customer units that fail very early on, after the date of sale, are to be returned to Manufacturing for root cause analysis, to guard against epidemic criteria. Manufacturing to bear the costs of early life failure. MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    Product Support Customer’s original units will be repaired but not refurbished as standard. Appoint- ed Motorola Service Hubs will perform warranty and non-warranty field service for level 2 (assemblies) and level 3 (limited PCB component). The Motorola Hi-Tech Centers will perform level 4 (full component) repairs.

  • Page 9: General Operation

    Related Publications. Antenna Board RX/TX Switch MAGIC Transceiver 3.6V Li Ion Battery Vibrator Motor Whitecap Keyboard Display Backlight Alert Transducer G CAP Headset Controller 000700-A Figure 1. Simplified Functional Block Diagram MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

  • Page 10: Operating Power

    To ensure proper memory retention, turn OFF the communicator before removing the battery. Immediately replace the old battery with a fresh battery. If the battery is removed while receiving a message, the message will be lost. MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

  • Page 11: Circuit Description

    I and Q signals. These baseband signals are filtered and amplified to provide RxI and Q. The RxI and Q signals are converted into digital outputs and sent over a serial bus. The chip will provide for AGC control through the SPI bus. MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    The display is a [64 X 126] pixel graphics display and is connected to the PCB via a heat seal connector. The antenna PCB is connected to the controller via a flex MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

  • Page 13: Transceiver

    The generated RX VCO signal is split, with part going back to the Magic IC U200 Pin A3 to serve as the feedback for the RX VCO phase-locked loop. The other part MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    Pin 1 of the headset jack J504 to GCAP II, Pin H3. Within the GCAP II, the analog audio is converted to digital and clocked out onto the DIG_AUD SPI bus to the Whitecap IC U800. MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

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    TX VCO IC U350 through the TX loop filter. The loop filter, made up of U360, Q360, Q361, and C367, smooths out overshoots in CP_TX when the channel is changed (see Figure 4). If this overshoot were fed to MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    Isolation diode CR330 prevents unstabilized TX VCO output from being amplified and transmitted. CR330 is biased on by the exciter voltage from the PAC IC (power amplifier control IC) U390 Pin 7 which allows the TX output frequency through to MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

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    DMCS goes high goes high goes low goes high goes low goes low TX starts Linear ramp Ramp down down begins ceases 000718-O Figure 6. Saturation Detect Signal Control of PA Drive MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

  • Page 18: Controller

    The output is controlled by MIDRATE_1 and power is made available at B+. Because the charger supports both the Personal Communicator and its internal battery, the battery is charged at the same time B+ is supplied to operate the unit. MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

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    SR_VCC allows the unit to appear to be running normally while, internally, a reset is occurring. During this loss of power the unit takes its power from RTC BATTERY+ which originates from MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    (DS504 - DS510 on the antenna board in flip housing) are turned on. They are supported by the signal ALRT_VCC (B+ through Q903) and switched by BKLT_EN (Whitecap IC Pin K3) through Q907. MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

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    • SIM I/O. Data transmission to and from SIM card. • TX: From SIM card contact SIM I/O J803 Pin 6 through to GCAP II Pin J8 SIM I/O. Level-shifted to desired voltage and out through Pin K10 MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    Charging current is monitored at GCAP II Pin D9 I_SENSE by monitoring the voltage drop across current sense resistor R913. In standby, MIDRATE_1 = 0 and MIDRATE_2 = 0 000722-O Figure 10. Standby Operation Battery Charging MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

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    RF_V2. Deep sleep mode shutdown is only for a fraction of a second and, during that time, the GCAP Clock supports the logic side of the unit. The GCAP clock is generated MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

  • Page 24: November

    KBR3 KBR4 KBC0 KBC1 KBC2 KBC3 KBC4 S509 S508 S507 S506 S505 S504 S503 S502 S501 S517 S515 S515 S514 S513 S512 S511 S510 S524 S523 S522 S521 S520 S519 S518 S530 MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

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    The data/command signal AO from Whitecap IC Pin B12. Vibrator Vibrator M1 is reflowed to the bottom side of the Controller board. The vibrator is controlled by the signal VIB_EN Whitecap IC Pin K1 and B+ through U501. MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    Circuit Description Product Family 38C MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

  • Page 27: Troubleshooting

    1. To order, contact Motorola Aftermarket and Accessories Division at (847)538-8000. 2. Not available from Motorola. To order, contact Hewlett Packard at 1-800-452-4844. 3. Not available from Motorola. To order, contact Rohde & Schwarz at www.rsd.de. MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY...

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    1. To order, contact Motorola Aftermarket and Accessories Division at (847)538-8000. 2. Not available from Motorola. To order, contact Hewlett Packard at 1-800-452-4844. 3. Not available from Motorola. To order, contact Rohde & Schwarz at www.rsd.de. MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY...

  • Page 29: Gsm Test Commands

    Change to Ringer Mode* 36x# Change Data Rate (primary access code) 0 or Omitted Full Rate* Enhanced Full Rate* Half Rate* *Note: To access these options, you must first type the primary access code. MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

  • Page 30: Programming - Software Upgrade And Flexing

    Programming - Software Upgrade and Flexing Contact your local technical support engineer for information about equipment and equipment setup for flashing and flexing. An Emmi2D box (or above) is required for flashing. MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

  • Page 31: Troubleshooting Charts

    Real Time Clock Not Functioning Check Card No Power Up Using Battery Device Draws Current When Powered Off Frequency Error No Charger Keypad Not Functioning Voice Recognition/Annotation Not Functioning ® VibraCall Not Functioning MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    -102 dbm in GSM mode? GSM Signals". Signals and voltages must be at the correct level and undistorted. If in doubt, compare with a known good assembly. Figure 12. General Test Sequence (Sheet 1 of 3) MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

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    Is frequency error /A FC ok? Signals and voltages must be at the correct level and undistorted. If in doubt, compare with a known good assembly. Figure 13. General Test Sequence (Sheet 2 of 3) MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    Signals and voltages must be at the correct level and undistorted. If in doubt, compare with a known good assembly. Figure 14. General Test Sequence (Sheet 3 of 3) MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

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    Yes: Check Q450 See Note 1 Note 1: Check components for correct Check for orientation, cold solder joints, physical intermittent faults damage, and functionallity. then end. Figure 15. Device Will Not Receive GSM Signals MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    See Note 1 Note 1: Check components for correct Check for orientation, cold solder joints, physical Check Q450 . intermittent faults damage, and functionallity. then end. Figure 16. Device Will Not Receive DCS/PCS Signals MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

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    Q2102 Pin 2? See Note 1 Note 1: Check components for correct orientation, cold solder joints, physical damage, and functionallity. RX CONTROL MATRIX functioning properly 000777-O Figure 17. No Receiver Control Matrix MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    Pin 4? Check in order: U250, U200, and U800 See Note 1 Note 1: Check components for correct orientation, cold solder joints, physical damage, and functionallity. 000778-O Figure 18. No Receive VCO MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

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    23. "PIN Diode Band Select".) See Note 1 Note 1: Check components for correct orientation, cold solder joints, physical damage, and functionallity. Figure 19. Device Will Not Transmit (Sheet 1 of 2) MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    2. If signals are correct, check U300, Note 1: Check components for correct CR301, CR302, CR303, and CR305. orientation, cold solder joints, physical damage, and functionallity. Figure 20. Device Will Not Transmit (Sheet 2 of 2) MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

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    Q370 Pin 1, Check Pin 2 Pin 3 , and See Note 1 Note 1: Check components for correct orientation, cold solder joints, physical damage, and functionallity. 000780-O Figure 21. Low Transmitter Power MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    Q2120 Pin 1 See Note 1 Q2120 Note 1: Check components for correct Check orientation, cold solder joints, physical damage, and functionallity. See Note 1 000782-O Figure 22. No Transmitter Control Matrix MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

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    Pin 4 Pin 6 See Note 1 Q1101 Check See Note 1 Note 1: Check components for correct orientation, cold solder joints, physical damage, and functionallity. 000783-O Figure 23. PIN Diode Band Select MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    See Note 1 Pin 4 and Pin 6? Check Q1100 See Note 1 Note 1: Check components for correct orientation, cold solder joints, physical damage, and functionallity. 000801-O Figure 24. Receiver VCO Band Select MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

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    Yes: check U200. See Note 1 Note 1: Check components for correct orientation, cold solder joints, physical damage, and functionallity. 000784-O Figure 25. Device Will Not Power Up (Sheet 1 of 2) MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    3. Send to HTC if still faulty. Note 1: Check components for correct orientation, cold solder joints, physical damage, and functionallity. 000785-O Figure 26. Device Will Not Power Up (Sheet 2 of 2) MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

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    Check for intermittent Terminal Pin See Note 1 fault at LS1. ALRT_OUT? Note 1: Check components for correct orientation, cold solder joints, physical damage, and functionallity. 000786-O Figure 27. No Ring Tone MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    0.5V? Check J504 Check U900 See Note 1 See Note 1 Note 1: Check components for correct orientation, cold solder joints, physical damage, and functionallity. 000787-O Figure 28. No Audio MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

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    Check U800 and Check J504 U900 See Note 1 See Note 1 Note 1: Check components for correct orientation, cold solder joints, physical damage, and functionallity. 000788-O Figure 29. Headset Microphone Not Functioning MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    -10V is present on C965? See Note 1 Check U903, U904, and related components. See Note 1 Note 1: Check components for correct orientation, cold solder joints, physical damage, and functionallity. 000789-O Figure 30. No Display MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

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    3. SIM_I/O: check R938 and U901. 2. Check in order: U800, U900. See Note 1 See Note 1 Note 1: Check components for correct orientation, cold solder joints, physical damage, and functionallity. 000793-O Figure 32. Check Card MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    Note 1 : Check components for correct orientation, cold solder joints, physical damage, and functionality. Note 1: Check components for correct orientation, cold solder joints, physical damage, and functionallity. 000795-O Figure 34. Device Draws Current When Powered Off MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

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    Note 1 or Faulty. on R2477 26 Mhz? Check U200 Note 1 or Faulty. Note 1: Check components for correct orientation, cold solder joints, physical damage, and functionallity. 000796-O Figure 35. Frequency Error MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    Faulty and J604 voltage on Pin 1 of J604 Note 1. Check for intermittent problems. Note 1: Check components for correct orientation, cold solder joints, physical damage, and functionallity. 000797-O Figure 36. No Charging MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

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    If it still does not work correctly Check U800 Note 1 or Faulty. Note 1: Check components for correct orientation, cold solder joints, physical damage, and functionallity. 000799-O Figure 38. Voice Recognition/Annotation Not Functioning MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    Check U501 (there must be about 1.3 Volts on Pin 4) and M1. Note 1: Check components for correct orientation, cold solder joints, physical damage, and functionallity. 000800-O ® Figure 39. VibraCall Not Functioning MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

  • Page 57: Part Number Charts

    SE2036AA5H1 V100, Italian, Ocean Jaxx SE2036AA5J1 V100, Norwegian, Ocean Jaxx SE2036AA5L1 V100, Spanish, Ocean Jaxx SE2036AA5M1 V100, Swedish, Ocean Jaxx Key: X = Included R = Request Option *NOTE: Non-replaceable parts for EMEA service centers MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    SE2036AY4R1 V100, Hungarian, Explosive Sonic SE2134AX4E3 V100, French, Klub Blue SE2172AA5L2 V100, Spanish, Ocean Jaxx SE2172AX4L2 V100, Spanish, Klub Blue Key: X = Included R = Request Option *NOTE: Non-replaceable parts for EMEA service centers MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

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    SE2359AX4B1 V100, British, Klub Blue SE2360AX4H4 V100, Italian, Klub Blue SE2361AX4B8 V100, British, Klub Blue SE2362AA5A7 V100, Dutch, Ocean Jaxx Key: X = Included R = Request Option *NOTE: Non-replaceable parts for EMEA service centers MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    (USA ONLY) V100, USA, Klub Blue (USA ONLY) V100, USA, Explosive Sonic (USA ONLY) V100, USA, Ocean Jaxx Key: X = Included R = Request Option *NOTE: Non-replaceable parts for EMEA service centers MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

  • Page 61: Identity And Security

    The Mechanical Serial Number (MSN) is an individual unit identity number and remains with the unit throughout the life of the unit. The MSN can be used to log and track a unit on Motorola's service center database. The MSN is divided into 4 sections (see Figure 40).

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    ASSEMBLY VERSION (MODE) D505600368 M A D E I N S U G 1792 A D 505600368 I R E L A N D 6050 SERIAL NUMBER (FACTORY) 000995-O Figure 42. Picasso Tracking Label MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

  • Page 63: Related Publications

    Level 3 Service Manual Part Number Charts Related Publications PF38C Service Manual Level 1 and 2 6881036B15 PF38C Controller Supplement 6881104B83 PF38C Transceiver Supplement 6881111B05 MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

  • Page 64: Exploded View Diagram

    Part Number Charts Product Family 38C Exploded View Diagram 000672-B Figure 43. Exploded View Diagram MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

  • Page 65: Exploded View Parts List

    There is a danger of explosion if the Lithium Ion battery pack is replaced incorrectly. Replace only with the same type of battery or equivalent as recommended by the battery manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions. MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY 6881036B20 November 20, 2000...

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    Part Number Charts Product Family 38C MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL - PROPRIETARY November 20, 2000 6881036B20...

  • Page 67: Index

    6881036B20 IndexIndex Level 3 Service Manual Index IndexIndex Index operation 5 Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment regulations 1 changes product 1 parts copyrights exploded view 60 computer software 2 exploded view parts list 61 power 6 product changes 1 exploded view 60 identification 1 names 1 publications...

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    Index Product Family 38C general 23 special 23 troubleshooting flowchart Check Card 47 Device Draws Current When Powered Off 48 Device Will Not Power Up 41, 42 Device Will Not Receive DCS/PCS Signals 32 Device Will Not Receive GSM Signals 31 Device Will Not Transmit 35, 36 Frequency Error 49 General Test Sequence 28...

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    V100 - RF SCHEMATICS RX275 RX275_GSM TX275 RVCO_275 RX275_GSM *DCS_SEL *GSM_SEL Q1101 Q1100 RX_ACQ *DCS_SEL *PCS_SEL -10V FL401 942.5Mhz DM_CS Q450 TX_GSM TX_DCS RVC0_DCS RVC0_PCS GP05 GP04 FL400 V1_SW 942,5MHz RX_EN Q400 SAW FILTER STBY_DL FL457 SF_OUT 400Mhz Q480 BRSR TX_KEY GSM MIXER -10V...

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    V100 - AL SCHEMATICS -10V TRST* EXT_CHRG_EN VCC_MEMIF VCCA VDDS U903 U904 Q600 EMU1 EMUO SVENO SIM_RX URXD RSTO RESET UTXD SIMPD CLKO SIM_TX RS232_TX (WAS SCI_TX) RS232_TX (WAS SCI_RX) EMU1 TRST* EMUO ADDRESS(21:0) CLK_SELECT STBY_DL EXT_CHRG_EN SR_VCC U906 VREF CR912 KBR3 CLK_AM_FM...

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    V100 - BLOCK DIAGRAM - PAGE 1/2 Antenna placed on seperate board connected vi a cable RX MID CHANNELS GSM: CH 62 -- 947,4 MHz EGSM: CH 37 -- 942,4Mhz RF_V2 DCS: CH 700 -- 1842,8MHz LOCAL Osc. PCS: CH 661 -- 1960MHz 800MHz GSM LNA discrete...

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    V100 - BLOCK DIAGRAM - PAGE 2/2 VDDS KBR0, KBR1, KBR2, KBR3, KBR4 H2, H1, H3. G3, G5 C14, F10, G4, H4, K5, P13 VCC_MEMIF J902 to Keyboard KBC0, KBC1, KBC2, KBC3, KBC4 J1, J2, J3, J4, J5 A9, A10, C5, K6, K10, M8, M11 Backlight BKLT_EN KEYPAD...

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    V100 - BOARD LAYOUT - PAGE 1/2...

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    V100 - BOARD LAYOUT - PAGE 2/2...

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    V100 - SIGNAL FLOW - PAGE 1/2 RVCO_PCS RX275_DPCS RVCO_DCS RVCO_PCS RX275_GSM RX275_DPCS RX275_GSM RX275 RVCO_275 CONN 2nd GSM 1st GSM Filter Filter 1st PCS Filter 942,5MHz 942,5MHz 1960MHz 1st DCS Filter DCS/PCS Filter 1842,8MHz 1897MHz SAW Filter 400MHz PAC IC RX VCO IC SDTX BCLKX...

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    V100 - SIGNAL FLOW - PAGE 2/2 HEADSET JACK ALRT BFSR BCLKR BCLKX SH11 RTC BATT. CONN EFSR BCLKR BCLKX WHITECAP SRAM FLASH EPROM SH10 SPKR- GCAP II AUX_MIC SIM CONNECTOR EXT. CONNECTOR VSIM1...

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    V100 - CONNECTOR SCHEMATICS...

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    V100 - DISPLAY SCHEMATICS...

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    V100 - FM SCHEMATICS...

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    V100 Level 3 parts List V100 8486320K01 Bottomside V100 8486320K01 TOPSIDE Part Ref. Part Number Description Part Ref. Part Number Description CR248 4809877C10 VARACTORAC, BB659 CR249 4809641F02 VARACTORAC, BB535 FL1400 9109111C08 FILTERIOG, 1842.8M CR300 4809948D13 2 , BA892 FL1401 9103769S04 FILTERGOGI, 1897MH CR301 4809948D13...

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    MOTOROLA, the Stylized M Logo, and all other trademarks indicated as such herein are trademarks of Motorola, Inc. ® Reg. U.S. Pat. & Tm. Off.  2000 Motorola, Inc. All rights reserved. Personal Communications Sector, 1500 Gateway Blvd. Boynton Beach, FL 33426-8292 Printed in U.S.A.

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