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Nokia Customer Care
Service Manual
RM-505; RM-506 (Nokia N97; L3&4)
Mobile Terminal
Part No: (Issue 1)
COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL
Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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  • Page 1

    Nokia Customer Care Service Manual RM-505; RM-506 (Nokia N97; L3&4) Mobile Terminal Part No: (Issue 1) COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 Amendment Record Sheet Amendment Record Sheet Amendment No Date Inserted By Comments Draft 1 10/2008 A. Salo Draft 2 03/2009 M. Petäjäaho Issue 1 05/2009 S.Tappola Page ii COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Nokia operates a policy of continuous development. Nokia reserves the right to make changes and improvements to any of the products described in this document without prior notice. Under no circumstances shall Nokia be responsible for any loss of data or income or any special, incidental, consequential or indirect damages howsoever caused.

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    WCDMA networks and cause problems to 3G cellular phone communication in a wide area. • During testing never activate the GSM or WCDMA transmitter without a proper antenna load, otherwise GSM or WCDMA PA may be damaged. Page iv COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 ESD protection ESD protection Nokia requires that service points have sufficient ESD protection (against static electricity) when servicing the phone. Any product of which the covers are removed must be handled with ESD protection. The SIM card can be replaced without ESD protection if the product is otherwise ready for use.

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    All of the above suggestions apply equally to the product, battery, charger or any accessory. Page vi COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Our policy is of continuous development; details of all technical modifications will be included with service bulletins. While every endeavour has been made to ensure the accuracy of this document, some errors may exist. If any errors are found by the reader, NOKIA MOBILE PHONES Business Group should be notified in writing/e- mail. Please state: •...

  • Page 8: Battery Information

    Batteries' performance is particularly limited in temperatures well below freezing. Do not dispose of batteries in a fire! Dispose of batteries according to local regulations (e.g. recycling). Do not dispose as household waste. Page viii COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    4 RF Troubleshooting 5 Camera Module Troubleshooting 6 FMTx 2.1 Technical Description 7 FMTx 2.1 Troubleshooting 8 System Module and User Interface 9 Service information differences between RM-505 and RM-506 Glossary Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page ix Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 Nokia N97; L3&4 Service Manual Structure (This page left intentionally blank.) Page x COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Nokia Customer Care 1 — General Information Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 1 –1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 12: Rm-505; Rm

    RM-505; RM-506 General Information (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 1 –2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    ................................. 1–12 Table 4 Messaging ............................... 1–12 Table 5 Positioning ............................. 1–13 Table 6 Power ..............................1–13 List of Figures Figure 1 View of RM-505/RM-506 .........................1–6 Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 1 –3 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 General Information (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 1 –4 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 15: Product Selection

    The device uses a S60 5.0 operating system and supports the full Web Browser for S60, which brings desktop- like Web browsing experience to mobile devices. It also supports MIDP Java 2.0, providing a good platform for compelling 3rd party applications. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 1 –5 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 General Information Figure 1 View of RM-505/RM-506 Page 1 –6 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 17: Product Features And Sales Package

    • Scene: auto, sports, portrait, close-up, landscape, night, user defined • Colour tone: normal, sepia, B&W, vivid, negative • Zoom (digital): up to 14x • LED flash Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 1 –7 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 18

    • Nokia XpressPrint – direct printing via USB (PictBridge), Bluetooth (BPP), and WLAN (UPnP), from memory card or via online printing Store • Up to 32GB internal user memory • Nokia XpressTransfer – easy to transfer and organize photos and video between your device and a compatible PC • Nokia Lifeblog (mobile & PC) Music •...

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    • MicroSD memory card - support up to 16GB • Nokia 3.5 mm AV connector Add-on software framework • Symbian 9.4 OS • Nokia Series 60, 5th edition, feature pack 2 • Java: MIDP2.0 • C++ and Java SDKs Additional technical specifications •...

  • Page 20: Table Of Contents

    HS-45 with AD-54 3.5mm stereo plug Stereo headset HS-16 HS-43 Mini speakers MD-6 MD-8 Wireless loopset LPS-5 Wired headsets WH-201 WH-205 WH-500 WH-502 WH-600 WH-700 WH-701 WH-800 WH-900 Page 1 –10 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 21: Table Of Contents

    BH-216 BH-504 BH-604 BH-605 BH-606 BH-607 BH-703 BH-704 BH-804 BH-900 BH-902 BH-903 BH-904 BH-905 WH-201 WH-205 WH-500 WH-502 WH-600 WH-700 WH-701 WH-800 WH-900 Bluetooth speakers MD-7W Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 1 –11 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 22: Table 3 Data

    MU-41, 4 GB MU-44, 16 GB MU-43, 8 GB MU-44 16GB Table 4 Messaging Enhancement Type Multimedia pocket keyboard SU-XX Other multimedia peripherals SU-33W Stylus STYLUS PEN ASSY Page 1 –12 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 23: Technical Specifications

    GSM1800: 1805 - 1880 MHz GSM1900: 1930 - 1990 MHz WCDMA VIII (900): 925- 960 MHz WCDMA II (1900): 1930-1990MHz WCDMA I (2100): 2110 - 2170 MHz Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 1 –13 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    200 kHz (WCDMA II 100/200 kHz) Number of Tx power levels GSM850: 15 GSM900: 15 GSM1800: 16 GSM1900: 16 WCDMA VIII (900): 75 WCDMA II (1900): 75 WCDMA I (2100): 75 Page 1 –14 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 25: Main Rf Characteristics For Gsm850/900/1800/1900 And Wcdma V/ii/i Phones

    EDGE output power EDGE850: +5 … +29dBm/3.2mW … 794mW EDGE900: +5 … +29dBm/3.2mW … 794mW EDGE1800: +0 … +26dBm/1.0mW … 400mW EDGE1900:+0 … +26dBm/1.0mW … 400mW Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 1 –15 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 26: Battery Endurance

    No operation or No storage. An attempt to operate <-40 C and >+85 storage may cause permanent damage Page 1 –16 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Condensed or dripping water may cause intermittent malfunctions. Protection against dripping water has to be implemented in (enclosure) mechanics. Continuous dampness will cause permanent damage to the module. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 1 –17 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 General Information (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 1 –18 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 29: Issue 1 Company Confidential Page

    Nokia Customer Care 2 — Service Tools and Service Concepts Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 –1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 Service Tools and Service Concepts (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 2 –2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Figure 15 Module jig top view (without module setup) ................. 2–23 Figure 16 Module jig top view (with module setup) ..................2–24 Figure 17 Module jig bottom view ........................2–25 Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 –3 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 Service Tools and Service Concepts (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 2 –4 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 33

    The table below gives a short overview of service devices that can be used for testing, error analysis, and repair of product RM-505; RM-506. For the correct use of the service devices, and the best effort of workbench setup, please refer to various concepts.

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    RJ-230 Soldering jig The jig is used for soldering and as a rework jig for the system module. It is made of lead-free rework compatible material. Page 2 –6 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    The table below gives a short overview of service devices that can be used for testing, error analysis, and repair of product RM-505; RM-506. For the correct use of the service devices, and the best effort of workbench setup, please refer to various concepts.

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    PCS-1 Power cable The PCS-1 power cable (DC) is used with a docking station, a module jig or a control unit to supply a controlled voltage. Page 2 –8 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 37

    XCS-4 is a shielded (one specially shielded conductor) modular cable for flashing and service purposes. Service concepts POS (Point of Sale) flash concept Figure 2 POS flash concept Type Description Product specific tools Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 –9 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Description Product specific devices FS-102 Flash adapter Other devices FPS-21 Flash prommer box PKD-1/PK-1 SW security device SS-46 Interface adapter PC with Phoenix service software Cables Page 2 –10 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Control unit FPS-21 Flash prommer box PKD-1/PK-1 SW security device SS-62 Flash adapter base SX-4 Smart card PC with Phoenix service software Cables PCS-1 Power cable Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 –11 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Description Product specific tools FS-102 Flash adapter Other tools FPS-21 Flash prommer box PKD-1/PK-1 SW security device SS-46 Interface adapter SB-6 Bluetooth test and interface box Page 2 –12 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Flash concept with SS-46 and CA-89DS Figure 6 Flash concept with SS-46 and CA-89DS Type Description Product specific tools FS-102 Flash adapter Other tools FLS-5 Flash device SS-46 Interface adapter Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 –13 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 42

    Figure 7 Flash concept with SS-62 and CA-89DS Type Description Product specific tools FS-102 Flash adapter Other tools CU-4 Control unit FLS-5 Flash device SS-62 Flash adapter base PC with Phoenix service software Page 2 –14 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 43

    FS-102 Flash adapter Other tools CU-4 Control unit FPS-21 Flash prommer box PKD-1/PK-1 SW security device SS-62 Flash adapter base SB-6 Bluetooth test and interface box Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 –15 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Product specific tools FS-102 Flash adapter Other tools CU-4 Control unit FPS-21 Flash prommer box PKD-1/PK-1 SW security device SB-7 WLAN test box SS-62 Flash adapter base Page 2 –16 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 45

    Figure 10 Module jig service concept Type Description Phone specific devices MJ-214 Module jig Other devices CU-4 Control unit FPS-21 Flash prommer box PK-1 SW security device SX-4 Smart card Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 –17 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 46

    XRS-6 RF cable CA-128RS RF tuning cable USB cable GPIB control cable Module jig service concept with SB-6 Figure 11 Module jig service concept with SB-6 Page 2 –18 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 47

    Measurement equipment PC with Phoenix service software Cables PCS-1 DC power cable XCS-4 Modular cable XRS-6 RF cable CA-128RS RF tuning cable GPIB control cable USB cable Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 –19 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Flash prommer box PKD-1/PK-1 SW security device SS-62 Flash adapter base Measurement equipment PC with Phoenix service software Cables PCS-1 Power cable XCS-4 Modular cable XRS-6 RF cable Page 2 –20 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 49

    Other devices CU-4 Control unit PK-1/PKD-1 SW security device SX-4 Smart card Measurement equipment Smart card reader PC with Phoenix service software Cables DAU-9S MBUS cable Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 –21 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 50

    DC power cable XRS-6 RF cable CA-128RS RF tuning cable GPIB control cable USB cable Module jig MJ-214 set-up instruction Figure 14 Module jig block diagram Page 2 –22 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 Service Tools and Service Concepts Figure 15 Module jig top view (without module setup) Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 –23 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 Service Tools and Service Concepts Figure 16 Module jig top view (with module setup) Page 2 –24 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    • SP6 can be disassembled in order to fix UI module to it easily. • Use 3 phone screws to fix UI module to the module jig. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 –25 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 54

    • Use phone SIM holder soldered on engine board to test SIM card. • Use phone SD card holder on Bezel FPC connected to engine board to test SD card. Page 2 –26 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 55

    Nokia Customer Care 3 — BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 3 –2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 57

    ..................3–59 Bluetooth and FM Radio Self Tests ....................... 3–61 Bluetooth BER test............................3–61 Bluetooth and FM radio module troubleshooting ..................3–63 TV out troubleshooting............................3–64 Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –3 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 58

    Figure 40 Single-ended output waveform of the AV Mic to AV Ear loop............3–67 Figure 41 Single-ended output waveform of the HP Mic to AV Ear loop............3–67 Page 3 –4 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Baseband main troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –5 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Page 3 –6 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –7 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Dead or jammed device troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –8 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 63

    VBAT TPS62600 VIO, VDRAM VBAT SD card VBAT levelsifter when used LEDOUT TK65604 Display VBAT backlights LED B,G,R NJOY QWERTY key VBAT LED, USB charging indicator Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –9 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 64

    Supply name voltage LED B,G NJOY_1 Menu key, Send/ VBAT End key, BEZEL ADP1653 4.5/5.5 Camera flash, VBAT Video indicator VBAT VCORE_W LP5952 White Dwarf core Page 3 –10 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 65

    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Clocking troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –11 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide USB charging troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –12 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 67

    Switch off the phone, disconnect the main battery and monitor that the voltage of the backup battery decreases. Normal behaviour of the voltage is described in the figures below: Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –13 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 68

    G2200 if necessary. If the voltage stays ~0V, check resistance VBACK against GND. If there is no shortcircuit, AVILMA N2200 is faulty. Replace N2200. Page 3 –14 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 69

    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Flash programming troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –15 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Page 3 –16 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –17 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Combo memory troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –18 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 73

    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide MicroSD card troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –19 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Page 3 –20 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 75

    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide USB troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –21 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 76

    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide SIM card troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –22 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –23 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 78

    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Power key troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –24 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 79

    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Vibra troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –25 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 80

    (reflected) signal. There is a booth between the sensor and the touch window, which isolates the IR transmitter from the IR receiver by preventing the reflection from the touch window surface. Page 3 –26 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 81

    If the automatic flow does not provide enough information, a manual check can be done to narrow down the cause of the fault. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –27 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –28 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 83

    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Figure 18 Proximity sensor troubleshooting - part 2 Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –29 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 84

    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Resistive touch screen troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –30 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –31 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Figure 19 Touch controller basic checks Page 3 –32 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    • One or more keys can be stuck, so that the key does not react when a keydome is pressed. This kind of failure is caused by mechanical reasons (dirt, rust). Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –33 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    • Malfunction of several keys at the same time; this happens when one or more rows or columns are failing (shortcircuit or open connection). If the failure mode is not clear, start with the Keyboard Test in Phoenix. Troubleshooting flow Figure 21 Keymatrix Page 3 –34 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 89

    Steps 1. Verify with a working display that the fault is not on the display module itself. Note: The display module cannot be repaired. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –35 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Before going to display troubleshooting flow, make sure that the engine is working and starting up correctly. If the problem is in the engine, go to baseband troubleshooting. Page 3 –36 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Troubleshooting flow Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –37 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 92

    Display backlights troubleshooting Context The device has a dedicated display WLED driver whose intensity is controlled by Display itself by CABC (content adaptive backlight control) signal. Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –38 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 93

    . Brightness of backlights can be adjusted manually, and it affects the keypad. Keyboard backlights and some LEDs can be turned ON/OFF separately but not without switching on the display lights. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –39 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –40 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 95

    GPS antenna pad (connected to the ground) on PWB through the poco pin (in the B- cover, above the camera). Figure 23 GPS antenna Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –41 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Figure 24 GPS poco pin GPS layout and basic test points Page 3 –42 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 97

    CW test to confirm the GPS RF path from GPS chipset to the GPS SAW filter. J6201 is the pad to inject the CW signal J6202, J6203 = Gnd Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –43 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 98

    On will turn on all the RF sections of the ASIC and so all LDOs will be present. Turning Receiver Action Note: These checks are part of GPS basic checks troubleshooting (page 3–50) Page 3 –44 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 99

    Figure 28 Simple Tests – Oscillator Test & Receiver Self Test Oscillator test Context The 16.368 MHz GPS Clk is compared against the CE Ref Clk and the output is the GPS Clk offset. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –45 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 100

    Oscillator test to prolong and result in Phoenix timing out. If you are carrying out both of these tests, run the Oscillator Test first, after which you can run the Receiver Self Test. Page 3 –46 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 101

    MHz tone at the GPS test pad J6201 at a level of -110dBm and click Start. For Pin = -110dBm and negligible other losses, the expected result ranges are: • Galvanic 29.8dB to 38.1dB • Radiated 25.8dB to 38.1dB Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –47 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 102

    Oscillator Test . It does not necessarily mean that Oscillator Test has failed, but carrying out the Oscillator Test (page 3–45), Receiver Self Test (page 3–46) CW Test (page 3–47) individually will give more valid results. Page 3 –48 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 103

    GPS troubleshooting is broken down into two parts: General GPS failure & GPS basic checks. The GPS failure troubleshooting flow can be followed and, where applicable, will feed into the basic checks troubleshooting flow. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –49 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –50 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 105

    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide GPS basic checks troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –51 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 106

    WLAN acknowledges the data blocks and so the self test is a good way to confirm that the WLAN module is communicating with the Host. The result column will change to Passed after a few seconds if operating properly. Page 3 –52 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 107

    This test verifies that the WLAN to BTH co-existence interface signals are properly connected and there are no open circuit or shorts on the four interface signals. The co-existence interface comprises BTH Txconfig, BTH RF Active, BTH Priority, and BTH Frequency. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –53 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 108

    1 Monitor the WLAN TX spectrum on a Spectrum analyser. (When making a radiated test ensure that other WLAN devices are not transmitting as these may be detected as well, confusing the result). A typical 11MBPS TX spectrum is shown in figure below. Page 3 –54 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 109

    11MBPS, 802.11b mode of operation. RX Tests Prerequisites Connect complete phone assembly with C-cover to a PC with Phoenix service software using a USB data cable. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –55 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 110

    RF cable. Start Phoenix WLAN autotune window. Check the settings and verify your PC communicates with CMU200 via GPIB. Auto tuning procedure 1 Start tuning by pressing Tune. Page 3 –56 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 111

    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Figure 34 WLAN auto tune settings Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –57 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 112

    Open circuit solder joints or Replacement of Bluetooth/FM ASIC/ Bluetooth on phone component failure of BTH/ module. user interface. FM ASIC/module BB ASICs or SMD components. Page 3 –58 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 113

    FM audio through headset. Bluetooth and FM radio component placement The figure below shows the key component placement for BTHFMRDS2.3M. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –59 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 114

    WLAN front-end module. Figure 37 BT/WLAN antenna The FM radio audio signal is routed to the headset connector through the BB ASIC shared by the phone audio functions. Page 3 –60 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 115

    JBT-9 or SB-6 Bluetooth test box (BT box) is required to perform a BER test. If a BT box is not available, Bluetooth functionality can be checked by transferring a file to another Bluetooth phone. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –61 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 116

    6. In the Bluetooth LOCALS window, write the 12-digit serial number on the Counterpart BT Device Address line. 7. Place the BT-box near (within 10 cm) of the phone and click Run BER Test. Page 3 –62 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 117

    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Bluetooth and FM radio module troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –63 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 118

    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide TV out troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –64 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 119

    Earpiece, internal microphone and speaker are in place during measurement. Applying a headset accessory during measurement causes a significant drop in measured quantities. The gain values presented in the table apply for a differential output vs. single-ended/differential input. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –65 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 120

    Measurement data Earpiece signal Figure 38 Single-ended output waveform of the AV Mic to HP Ear measurement when earpiece is connected. Integrated handsfree signal Page 3 –66 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Figure 40 Single-ended output waveform of the AV Mic to AV Ear loop. External output from AV (acoustic input) Figure 41 Single-ended output waveform of the HP Mic to AV Ear loop. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –67 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Internal earpiece troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –68 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Internal microphone troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –69 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 124

    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Internal handsfree speaker troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –70 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide External microphone troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –71 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 126

    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide External headset earpiece troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –72 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 127

    The phone should be dry and clean, and no objects must be located in such a way that they close any of the holes. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –73 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Earpiece troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –74 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 129

    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide IHF troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –75 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 130

    RM-505; RM-506 BB Troubleshooting and Manual Tuning Guide Microphone troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –76 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 131

    2. Execute the certificate restore process in Phoenix. Next actions Phoenix tuning functions. After a successful rewrite, you must retune the phone completely by using Important: Perform all tunings: RF, BB, and UI. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –77 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 132

    Write and/or repeat the procedure again. Energy Management Calibration window. 10. To end the procedure, close the Page 3 –78 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Nokia Customer Care 4 — RF Troubleshooting Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 RF Troubleshooting (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 4 –2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    4–26 Figure 48 Antenna contacts ..........................4–30 Figure 49 Antenna contact clips on PWB ......................4–30 Figure 50 Antenna matching components on PWB ..................4–31 Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –3 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 RF Troubleshooting (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 4 –4 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 137

    RF shielded environment, testing at frequencies of nearby base stations should be avoided. Level of repair The scope of this guideline is to verify functionality of the cellular RF block without removing RF shield. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –5 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 138

    Service concept for RF testing and RF/BB tuning (page 4–21). Phoenix preparations _dp_1.78_sw_sh3.26.exe . This defines phone specific Install the phone specific data package, for example settings. Page 4 –6 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 139

    • Tests that the RXI lines and VREFCM line between BB and N7500 are connected. 9 ST_CDSP_TX_GSM_POWER_TEST (77) • Checks the output power of the GSM transmitter. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –7 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 140

    RF Troubleshooting To get the best out of these instructions you need to be have the valid schematics at hand, see Chapter 10 in this document. Page 4 –8 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 RF Troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –9 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 RF Troubleshooting Page 4 –10 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 RF Troubleshooting Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –11 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 RF Troubleshooting Page 4 –12 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 RF Troubleshooting Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –13 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 RF Troubleshooting Page 4 –14 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 RF Troubleshooting Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –15 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 RF Troubleshooting Page 4 –16 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 RF Troubleshooting Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –17 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 RF Troubleshooting Page 4 –18 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 151

    RM-505; RM-506 RF Troubleshooting Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –19 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 152

    GSM RX chain activation for manual measurements/GSM received signal. For GSM RSSI measurements, see RSSI measurement . For a similar test in WCDMA mode, see WCDMA RSSI measurement . Page 4 –20 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 153

    The reading should reflect the level of the signal generator (-losses) +/- 5 dB. When varying the level in the range -30 to -102 dBm the reading should then follow within +/-5 dB. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –21 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 154

    WCDMA RX chain activation for manual measurement Steps 1. Via Phoenix Testing menu, choose WCDMA/RX Control. 2. In the RX control window, make the following settings: Page 4 –22 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 155

    Connect signal generator to RF connector and use appropriate frequency for each channel (2141MHz for channel 10700 WCDMA band I, WCDMA modulation). Steps 1. Set the following RF generator settings: Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –23 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 156

    Figure 46 Phoenix WCDMA RX power measurement window 4. Click Start to perform the measurement. Note: WCDMA RSSI measurement is accurate only with WCDMA modulated signal. Page 4 –24 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 157

    50 Ω load to the RF connector (antenna, RF-measurement equipment or at least a 2 W dummy load); otherwise the GSM or WCDMA Power amplifier (PA) may be damaged. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –25 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 158

    Figure 47 Phoenix GSM RF controls window 3. Check the basic TX parameters (i.e. power, phase error, modulation and switching spectrum), using a communication analyser (for example CMU200). Page 4 –26 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 159

    RM-505; RM-506 RF Troubleshooting 4. Change power level (RF controls) and make sure the power reading follows accordingly. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –27 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 160

    If settings are changed (eg. new channel), you have to click RF Stop and Send again. 5. Check the basic TX parameters using a communication analyzer (for example CMU200). Page 4 –28 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 161

    In the main antenna there is one feed and two GND contacts. Check that GND and feed pads take proper contact to the C-clips on main PWB. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –29 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 162

    There are four matching components on the PWB. Check visually that all components are properly soldered on the PWB. In case there is damage, you need to replace the damaged one. Page 4 –30 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 RF Troubleshooting Figure 50 Antenna matching components on PWB Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –31 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 RF Troubleshooting (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 4 –32 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 165: Troubleshooting

    Nokia Customer Care 5 — Camera Module Troubleshooting Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 5 –1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 Camera Module Troubleshooting (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 5 –2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 167

    Camera tests for Phoenix............................5–5 Camera troubleshooting flow ..........................5–7 Camera HWA failure troubleshooting ........................5–8 Main camera failure troubleshooting ........................5–9 Secondary camera failure troubleshooting ......................5–9 Flash LED failure troubleshooting........................5–10 Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 5 –3 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 Camera Module Troubleshooting (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 5 –4 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 169

    Camera tests for Phoenix Steps 1. The self tests can be executed from Phoenix test software. Connect the device to Phoenix, and select Self Tests from the Testing menu. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 5 –5 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 170

    RM-505; RM-506 Camera Module Troubleshooting 2. The following selection of tests will open (the visibility of the different tests depends on the device in question). Page 5 –6 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 Camera Module Troubleshooting Camera troubleshooting flow Troubleshooting flow Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 5 –7 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 Camera Module Troubleshooting Camera HWA failure troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 5 –8 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 Camera Module Troubleshooting Main camera failure troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Secondary camera failure troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 5 –9 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 174

    RM-505; RM-506 Camera Module Troubleshooting Flash LED failure troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 5 –10 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 175

    Nokia Customer Care 6 — FMTx 2.1 Technical Description Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 6 –1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 FMTx 2.1 Technical Description (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 6 –2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 177

    FMTx 2.1 Technical Description Table of Contents Glossary ...................................6–5 FMTx2.1 HW block..............................6–5 Device pin layout (Si4713-GM) and interfaces.....................6–7 List of Figures Figure 51 FMTx 2.1 system block diagram......................6–6 Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 6 –3 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 FMTx 2.1 Technical Description (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 6 –4 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 179

    The FMTx 2.1 implementation is based on the Silicon Laboratories Si4713 low power FM transmitter device. This device has some state of the art features which have been utilised in the Nokia implementation. Apart from having excellent RF transmitter performance and exceptional AF performance the device offers a number of unique features, including the ability to retune the output stage of the device to ensure optimal matching between the Tx antenna and the output stage of the device.

  • Page 180: System Block Diagram

    Si4713 chip. The location of the antenna in the removable cover means that ESD protection is required to prevent damage to the Si4713 device. Page 6 –6 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 181

    I/O supply voltage. Supply voltage. Digital input data. Digital frame synchronisation. Right audio line input. Left audio line input. GPO3/DCLK General purpose output – Digital bit synchronous clock. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 6 –7 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 182

    FMTx 2.1 Technical Description Pin Number(s) Name Description GPO2/IRQ General purpose output – Interrupt request. GPO1 General purpose output. 12, GND PAD Ground. Connect to ground plane on PCB. Page 6 –8 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Nokia Customer Care 7 — FMTx 2.1 Troubleshooting Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 7 –1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 FMTx 2.1 Troubleshooting (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 7 –2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Figure 55 FMTx panel before connection to the handset................7–13 Figure 56 FMTx panel after connection to the handset................... 7–13 Figure 57 FMTx panel in action .......................... 7–15 Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 7 –3 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 FMTx 2.1 Troubleshooting (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 7 –4 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 187

    FMTx 2.1 implementation will be severely impaired if these connections are not in good condition. FMTx 2.1 component layout Figure 53 FMTx 2.1 Component References and Location Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 7 –5 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 188

    Table 10 Bus mode selection truth table Bus Name Bus Mode GPO1 GPO2/IRQ 2-Wire High High Low (must drive) CBus 3-Wire Low (must drive) Page 7 –6 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 189

    • Check the surrounding components and ensure correct placement on the PWB and that there is no visual damage. Check that there are no missing components. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 7 –7 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 FMTx 2.1 Troubleshooting FMTx2.1 troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 7 –8 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 FMTx 2.1 Troubleshooting FMTx2.1 antenna visual inspection troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 7 –9 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 192

    RM-505; RM-506 FMTx 2.1 Troubleshooting FMTx2.1 audio path visual inspection troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 7 –10 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 193

    Phoenix) it is possible to monitor these pins and check that the DSP generated 1KHz tones can be seen at some point during the test. Check that the signals are clean and that no obvious distortion can be seen such Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 7 –11 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 194

    Typical maximum swing of these tones will be ~636mV peak to peak. The maximum swing may vary between Nokia handsets but for the FMTx 2.1 implementation, the swing should not be greater than the aforementioned value.

  • Page 195

    Note: Unless this carrier signal is modulated with some audio (either via the music player or a DSP or Si4713 generated tone) then all that will be heard if an Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 7 –13 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 196

    If the ‘AutoJump’ tick box is checked then this list will be transmitted to the FM receiver to allow the handset to perform AF jumps. This is dependent on the Nokia handset and if the FM receiver is RDS capable.

  • Page 197

    The table shows the truth table for the left and right audio self test. Table 12 Left and right audio self test truth table LEFT RIGHT ASQ Condition Comment SILENCE OPEN/SHORT SHORT Don’t Care Don’t Care Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 7 –15 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 198

    This procedure follows the alignment that is done in the factory to ensure that the FMTx 2.1 solution is aligned to provide the correct Tx output power for the relevant legislations such as FCC and ETSI. Page 7 –16 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Nokia Customer Care 8 — System Module and User Interface Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 System Module and User Interface (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 8 –2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 201

    DA converter, headphone amplifier and FM transmitter ................8–36 Baseband technical specifications........................8–36 External interfaces ............................8–36 SIM IF connections............................8–36 Charger connector and charging interface connections & electrical characteristics ......8–37 Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –3 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 202

    Figure 80 Digital Ambient light sensor schematics ..................8–31 Figure 81 Audio system block ..........................8–33 Figure 82 Internal microphone.......................... 8–33 Figure 83 Internal earpiece circuitry ......................... 8–34 Page 8 –4 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 203

    Figure 90 RF block diagram using RF ASIC N7500 (with WCDMA VII/II/I)............8–38 Figure 91 RF block diagram using RF ASIC N7500 (with WCDMA V/II/I) ............8–39 Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –5 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 System Module and User Interface (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 8 –6 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 205

    SIM card reader X2700 HS USB transceiver ISP1707 D3300 FM transmitter SI4713 N6150 FM transmitter SI4713 N2101 TV out graphics engine S1D13771B D2480 Accelerometer AHTI_A 3-AXIS N1100 Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –7 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 System Module and User Interface System module block diagram Figure 58 System module block diagram Page 8 –8 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 207

    This is located on the main PWB, at the place where the phone temperature is closest to the battery temperature. Battery connector The battery connector is a blade connector. It has three blades; • BSI (Battery size indicator) • GND (Ground) Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –9 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 208: Backup Battery

    Sw shutdown 3.15 In call Sw shutdown In idle Min Operating Voltage Vcoff+ 2.9 ± 0.1 Off to on Vcoff- 2.6 ± 0.1 On to off Page 8 –10 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 209

    Power down can be initiated by pressing the power key again (the system is powered down with the aid of SW). The power key is connected to EM ASIC N2200 (AVILMA) via PWRONX signal. The power key may be disabled in certain charging cases. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –11 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 210

    RM-505; RM-506 System Module and User Interface Power distribution Figure 62 Power distribution Page 8 –12 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 211

    RM-505; RM-506 System Module and User Interface Clocking scheme Figure 63 Clocking scheme Ivalo engine clocks RFCLK 38.4 MHz SleepClk 32.768kHz RFCLKEXT 38.4 MHz SYSCLK 19.2 MHz Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –13 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 212

    ASIC via a buried track to an impedance matching circuit placed near the headset connector. The following block diagram shows how Bluetooth-FM is connected to the host engine. Page 8 –14 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 213

    Two control signals are controlled by the I/O Expander, TV-out reset signal and AVVideoCtrl. AVVideoCtrl is used for two tasks: enabling TV out core regulator, and driving the switch that routes the TV out signal to the signature connector. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –15 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 214

    The I2C interface handles data transfer between GPS and the Rapido. GPS uses the CE RF system clock to calibrate its own GPS Clk. GPS has three clock sources: • 16.368MHz clock from a dedicated TCXO (G6200) Page 8 –16 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 215

    The following block diagram shows how the GPS module is connected to the host side. Figure 65 Block diagram of the GPS system Interface signals Signal name Function ANT_GPS GPS antenna port LNA_In GPS ASIC RF input Clocking Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –17 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 216

    Figure 66 WLAN module FM transmitter module The FM transmitter module Si4713 is controlled by I2C from RAPIDO with left and right analog audio input from the DAC33. Page 8 –18 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 217

    ESD protection is done with USB ASIP Z3300. VBUS (+5V) is provided by the host device. The circuit is protected from an overvoltage condition by transistor pair V3300 and reference zenner diode V3301. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –19 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 218

    Primary charging current level is up to 500 mA from USB Host and up to 1.25A from USB wall charger with external switch-mode USB Charger BQ24150. Page 8 –20 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 219

    The EM ASIC handles the detection of the SIM card. The detection method is based in the BSI line. Because of the location of the SIM card, removing the battery causes a quick power down of the SIM IF. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –21 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 220

    • Support for 5MPixel Main camera • Support for secondary VGA camera module • Support for Flash LEDs and its driver from ADI • DM5001D processor Page 8 –22 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 221

    VBAT supply. These supplies are turned off/on by the host processor using the GPIO (Julie_REG_EN), depending on the camera usage. The high-level camera subsystem block diagram is presented in the following figure: Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –23 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 222: User Interface

    This prevents accidental touch signals that could happen when, for example, user’s cheek touches the phone. The main parts of the proximity sensor subsystem are: • Proximity sensor • Proximity boot (mechanical part) Figure 73 Proximity sensor and boot Page 8 –24 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 223

    12-bit, analog-to-digital (A/D) resistive touch screen converter, including drivers and control logic to measure touch pressure. It also has embedded pre-processing function to reduce the output bus load. The host interface in TSC2004 is I2C. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –25 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 224

    The data interface between display buffer and display is CDP (Compact Display Port), display commands are sent by LoSSI interface. The display backlight control is controlled by the display. Page 8 –26 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 225

    The L5521 LED contoller is used for backlightning the HW keys . There is one LP5521 in the reference HW making it possible to have up to three LED zones. It can also drive the RGB LED. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –27 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 226

    Display backlight brightness is controlled by the CABC signal, and the equality of the current (and thus the brightness) through the two LED chains is ensured by a current mirror. Page 8 –28 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 227

    RM-505; RM-506 System Module and User Interface Figure 78 Display backlighting system Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –29 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 228

    Sensor is located on the upper flex. Figure 79 Digital Ambient Light Sensor location It is connected to the I2C bus, and powered by the VOUT (2.5V) voltage. Page 8 –30 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 229

    • Start up logic and reset control • Charger detection • Battery voltage monitoring • 32.768kHz clock with external crystal • Real time clock with external backup battery Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –31 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 230

    Avilma provides an output for the dynamic vibra component. All wired audio accessories are connected to the AV accessory connector. A Bluetooth audio and FM radio module, which is connected to RAPIDOYAWE, supports Bluetooth audio and FM radio functionality. Page 8 –32 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 231

    Internal earpiece is used for the HandPortable (HP) call mode. A dynamic 5x10 mm earpiece capsule is Connected to Avilma ASIC’s differential output EarP and EarN. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –33 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 232

    Figure 85 Vibra circuitry Accessory AV connector The features that are supported by Ivalo accessory interface are the following: • Audio output (stereo headset/headphones having the impedance >16ohm) Page 8 –34 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 233

    • Connects FM receiver to headphones, which serves as FM antenna Figure 86 Accessory (AV) connector Figure 87 Accessory (AV) connector with DAC33 and TPA6130 audio enhancements Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –35 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 234

    SIM card, 1.8V or 3.0V. SIMRST EM ASIC N2200 SIM1Rst Reset signal to SIM card SIMCLK EM ASIC N2200 SIM1ClkC Clock signal to SIM card Page 8 –36 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 235

    Table 16 Charging IF electrical characteristics Description Parameter Unit VBUS Vcharge 4.75 5.25 VBUS Icharge D+,D-,Ground Internal interfaces Name of connection Component reference Earpiece B500 on Tilt FPC Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –37 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 236

    Table 17 Back-up battery electrical characteristics Description Parameter Unit Back-Up Vback Battery Voltage RF technical description RF block diagram Figure 90 RF block diagram using RF ASIC N7500 (with WCDMA VII/II/I) Page 8 –38 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 237

    The transmitter functions are implemented in the RF ASIC. Even though the GSM and WCDMA signals are sent via different components, the principles of the transmission is the same. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –39 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 238

    RM-505; RM-506 System Module and User Interface Frequency mappings GSM850 frequencies Page 8 –40 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 System Module and User Interface EGSM900 frequencies Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –41 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 System Module and User Interface GSM1800 frequencies Page 8 –42 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 System Module and User Interface GSM1900 frequencies Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –43 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 242

    RM-505; RM-506 System Module and User Interface WCDMA 2100 Rx frequencies Page 8 –44 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 System Module and User Interface WCDMA 2100 Tx frequencies Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –45 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 System Module and User Interface WCDMA V (850) frequencies Page 8 –46 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 245

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    3000 3760 2776 895,2 3580,8 3001 940,2 3760,8 2777 895,4 3581,6 3002 940,4 3761,6 2778 895,6 3582,4 3003 940,6 3762,4 2779 895,8 3583,2 3004 940,8 3763,2 Page 8 –48 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    3035 3788 2811 902,2 3608,8 3036 947,2 3788,8 2812 902,4 3609,6 3037 947,4 3789,6 2813 902,6 3610,4 3038 947,6 3790,4 2814 902,8 3611,2 3039 947,8 3791,2 Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –49 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 248

    3070 3816 2846 909,2 3636,8 3071 954,2 3816,8 2847 909,4 3637,6 3072 954,4 3817,6 2848 909,6 3638,4 3073 954,6 3818,4 2849 909,8 3639,2 3074 954,8 3819,2 Page 8 –50 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 249

    3647,2 3084 956,8 3827,2 2860 3648 3085 3828 2861 912,2 3648,8 3086 957,2 3828,8 2862 912,4 3649,6 3087 957,4 3829,6 2863 912,6 3650,4 3088 957,6 3830,4 Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –51 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 System Module and User Interface (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 8 –52 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Nokia Customer Care 9 — Service information differences between RM-505 and RM-506 Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 9 –1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 Service information differences between RM-505 and RM-506 (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 9 –2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RF troubleshooting..............................9–6 RM-506 RF block ..............................9–6 List of Tables Table 18 Remote connectivity..........................9–5 List of Figures Figure 92 PWB markings in RM-506 (2G) and RM-505 (3G)................9–6 Figure 93 RM-505 RF key components .........................9–7 Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 9 –3...

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    RM-505; RM-506 Service information differences between RM-505 and RM-506 (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 9 –4 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 Service information differences between RM-505 and RM-506 RM-506 product data RM-506 is a 2G variant of the Nokia N97. The key product data differences between the RM-506 (2G) and RM-505 (3G) are described below. Connectivity Table 18 Remote connectivity...

  • Page 256

    RF troubleshooting RM-506 RF block As RM-506 is a 2G variant of the Nokia N97, it has no WCDMA RF components in the RF block. It also has no WLAN module on the PWB. The following WCDMA RF components are not assembled in RM-506: •...

  • Page 257

    The attenuation values for the SA-XXX RF coupler as well as the TX power level tuning targets are the same for the GSM bands in both RM-506 and RM-505. The graphics below illustrate the differences in RF block component placement between RM-506 and RM-506. Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 9 –7...

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    RM-505; RM-506 Service information differences between RM-505 and RM-506 Page 9 –8 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Nokia Customer Care Glossary Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page Glossary–1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-505; RM-506 Glossary (This page left intentionally blank.) Page Glossary–2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Digital Signal Processor Dual Transfer Mode DtoS Differential to Single ended EDGE Enhanced data rates for global/GSM evolution EGSM Extended GSM Energy management Electromagnetic compatibility Electromagnetic interference Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page Glossary–3 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Low Power Radio Frequency Micro Controller Unit (microprocessor) Multiport control unit MIC, mic Microphone MIDP Mobile Information Device Profile Mobile identification number MIPS Million instructions per second Page Glossary–4 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory Security ID Subscriber Identity Module SMPS Switched Mode Power Supply Signal-to-noise ratio Standard Product requirements SRAM Static random access memory Serial Trace Interface Issue 1 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page Glossary–5 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Voltage Controlled Crystal Oscillator Vp-p Peak-to-peak voltage VSIM SIM voltage WCDMA Wideband code division multiple access Watchdog WLAN Wireless local area network XHTML Extensible hypertext markup language Page Glossary–6 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 1 Copyright © 2009 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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