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Motorola G30 Developer's Guide
Developer's Kit
DECEMBER 15, 2009
6802986C48-A

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  • Page 1: Technical Information

    Technical Information Motorola G30 Developer’s Guide Developer’s Kit DECEMBER 15, 2009 6802986C48-A...

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    Motorola, Inc. does not assume any liability arising out of the application or use of any product, software, or circuit described herein;...

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    High Risk Activities. Trademarks MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. © Copyright 2009 Motorola, Inc.

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  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Connecting the G30 Adapter ........

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    G30 to 70 pin Adapter Board ........

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    G30 Developer’s Kit—Right Side View with Cover....... . . 2...

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    G30 Developer’s Kit Package Contents ........

  • Page 9: Manual Scope

    The G30 Developer’s Kit is designed to support the hardware and software development and validation of the G30/G30 Adapter Quad Band GSM module. This is done by routing the G30 81 pins to the “24” family 70 pin connector interface, to provide quick interface with the “24” family Evaluation Board.

  • Page 10: Developer Board Safety

    RF exposure compliance. Contact Us We at Motorola want to make this guide as helpful as possible. Keep us informed of your comments and suggestions for improvements. For general contact, technical support, report documentation errors and to order manuals, use this email address: M2M.CustomerCare@motorola.com...

  • Page 11: Text Conventions

    Motorola, Inc. assumes no liability for the customer’s failure to comply with these requirements. The safety precautions listed below represent warnings of certain dangers of which we are aware.

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    Do not substitute parts or modify equipment Because of the danger of introducing additional hazards, do not install substitute parts or perform any unauthorized modification of equipment. Contact Motorola Warranty and Repair for service and repair to ensure that safety features are maintained.

  • Page 13: Caring For The Environment

    Select Customer Network Resolution Center contact information . Alternatively if you do not have access to CNRC or the internet, contact the Local Motorola Office. Disposal of Motorola equipment in non-EU countries In non-EU countries, dispose of Motorola equipment in accordance with national and regional regulations.

  • Page 14: Limitation Of Liability

    If CUSTOMER should use any Product or provide any Product to a third party for any such use, CUSTOMER hereby agrees that MOTOROLA is not liable, in whole or in part, for any claims or damages arising from such use, and further agrees to indemnify and hold MOTOROLA harmless from any claim, loss, cost or damage arising from such use.

  • Page 15: How To Get Warranty Service

    In no event shall Motorola be liable for damages nor loss of data in excess of the purchase price nor for any incidental special or consequential damages* arising out of the use or inability to use the Product, to the full extent such may be disclaimed by law.

  • Page 16: Conditions

    Motorola, Motorola does not warrant the operation of the Product/peripheral combination and Motorola will not honor any warranty claim where the Product is used in such a combination and it is determined by Motorola that there is no fault with the Product. Motorola specifically...

  • Page 17: Installed Data

    Motorola may in its discretion carry out such repairs subject to you paying Motorola its fees for such a repair or it may refer you to an authorized third party to carry out such repairs.

  • Page 18: Revision History

    Revision History Revision History Manual Number 6802986C48 Manual Title G30 Developer’s Kit Version Information The following table lists the manual version, date of version, and remarks about the version required. Revision History Version Date Issue Remarks December 15, 2009 Initial Release G30 Developer’s Kit...

  • Page 19: Chapter 1: Introduction

    The main component of the G30 Developer’s Kit is the Developer Board, which is mounted in a chassis. The kit includes a cover for the Developer Board. The cover has openings on the top and sides to accommodate the Developer Board’s external connectors.

  • Page 20: G30 Developer's Kit-front View With Cover

    G30 On/Off Pushbutton Figure 1-2: G30 Developer’s Kit—Front View with Cover NA For Headset Connector Speaker Microphone Connector Connector Figure 1-3: G30 Developer’s Kit—Left Side View with Cover For Development Power Use Only Indicator LED Wall-mount NA For Power RS232-1 RS232-2...

  • Page 21: Package Contents

    Package Contents The G30 Developer’s Kit includes the Developer Board, chassis, cover and standard accessories, which enable you to better utilize the board. The kit and its components are described in Table 1-1. Table 1-1: G30 Developer’s Kit Package Contents Description Part No.

  • Page 22: G30 Developer's Kit With Board, G30 Adapter And Accessories

    Package Contents Power Adapter Adapter Plug RS232 Cable Headset Cables Developer Card Board Adapter Figure 1-6: G30 Developer’s Kit with Board, G30 Adapter and Accessories G30 Developer’s Kit December 15, 2009...

  • Page 23: G30 Developer's Kit With Board, G30 And Accessories

    Wall-mount Power Adapter Adapter Plug RS232 Cable Headset Cables Developer Card Board Figure 1-7: G30 Developer’s Kit with Board, G30 and Accessories December 15, 2009 G30 Developer’s Kit...

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  • Page 25: Chapter 2: Developer Board And Interfaces Description

    The G30 Developer Board is designed to support the hardware and software development and validation of the G30 GSM/GPRS/EGPRS data module. The Developer Board provides a peripheral platform to operate the G30 as a standalone product, and to easily access the G30 70-pin interface connector signals.

  • Page 26: Developer Board Structure

    SIM Card Tray RS232-1 Display LEDs GPIO LEDs RS232-2 GPIO Connector Switches Host General Connector Switches General NA for LEDs Speaker Headset NA for Connector Connector NA for Microphone Connector Figure 2-1: Developer Board Structure G30 Developer’s Kit December 15, 2009...

  • Page 27: Initial Setup

    G30 adapter 70-pin connector down into the G30 70-pin connector on the Developer Board. The screw hole on the G30 adapter should be aligned with the G30 spacer (denoted by M2). 2. Fasten the G30 adapter to the Developer Board using one M2 screw provided with the kit.

  • Page 28: Connecting The G30

    2-4) on the Developer Board area, marked by a white rectangle, and push the G30 70-pin connector down into the G30 70-pin connector on the Developer Board. The two screw holes on the G30 should be aligned with the G30 spacers (denoted by M2 and M3).

  • Page 29: Connecting The U.fl Connector To The G30

    Chapter 2: Developer Board and Interfaces Description Internal RF Cable U.FL Connector G30 Bottom View Figure 2-3: Connecting the U.FL Connector to the G30 Internal U.FL Antenna Connector Connector External RF Cable External Internal Screws Antenna RF Cable Connector Figure 2-4: Connecting the G30 December 15, 2009 G30 Developer’s Kit...

  • Page 30: Connecting External Accessories

    (labeled Power ) at the rear of the Developer Board. 2. Plug the adapter into a wall outlet. Note: The G30 Developer Board can also be powered by an external DC power supply. This option is described in “Configuration” on page...

  • Page 31: Audio Devices

    The RS232 connector is located to the right of the Developer Board On/Off switch (labeled Power ) at the rear of the Developer Board. Audio Devices The G30 Developer’s Kit has connectors that support the following audio devices: • Headset (supplied) •...

  • Page 32: Antenna

    The Developer Board power On/Off switch (labeled Power ) is located at the rear of the Developer Board. The Developer Board power indicator LED is lit. 2. Turn on the G30 power by pressing the On/Off pushbutton (S110) for at least 0.5 seconds (Figure 2-8).

  • Page 33: G30 On/off Pushbutton And Power Indicator Led

    The G30 On/Off LED is lit. G30 Power Indicator SIM Tray G30 On/Off Pushbutton Figure 2-8: G30 On/Off Pushbutton and Power Indicator LED Initial Setup of the Developer Board is now complete and the board is ready for use. December 15, 2009 G30 Developer’s Kit...

  • Page 34: Configuration

    (See “DC Power Source Operation” on page 18.) A single power source is used for the G30 and the board peripherals. You must connect the Developer Board to a power source, and then set the power source jumper (P204), if necessary (See “Selecting the Power Source”...

  • Page 35: Wall Mount Adapter Operation

    Detection circuit Important: The G30 includes an on-board protection circuit for cases in which the USB connector is connected by mistake to the Wall Mount Adapter connector (J210). If by mistake, the Mini AB USB cable is connected to J210 instead of J380, the on board Wall mount adapter is disabled, preventing unrequired load on the host computer.

  • Page 36: Dc Power Source Operation

    3.3 V to 4.2 V. In any case, the DC source input is protected from over voltage and reverse polarity, and includes a protective fuse. Important: The DC power source should not be used when other sources are connected. G30 Developer’s Kit December 15, 2009...

  • Page 37: Selecting The Power Source

    Developer Board. Disconnecting power to the Developer Board is generally used to diagnose a problem that may be caused by the board. This is independent of power supply to the G30, which will continue to receive power. The Developer Board Power jumper (P201)

  • Page 38: Communication Interfaces

    This serial interface is described in the sections that follow. RS232-1 The 9-pin, D-type RS232-1 serial port (J300) is the primary interface to the G30. The G30 UART signals are active-low CMOS-level signals (0-2.7 V), which are converted by the Developer Board to standard RS232 levels for PC communications.

  • Page 39: On-board Reset Button

    The On-Board Reset Button is applicable only when G30 adapter is used. The S1 button is directly connected to G30 reset input pin. Pressing this button causes the module to perform soft reset. This is valid when the module is turned ON. See Figure 2-13.

  • Page 40: Audio Interface

    • When G30 adapter is used, "MIC_HDST" Input (pin 57), "HDST_SPK" output (pin 67). Note: In order to operate the G30 EVB with the G30 70 pin connector module, pin 54 of the 70 pin connector, must be manually shorted with pin 67 of the 70 pin connector.

  • Page 41: Alert - Speaker

    The headset interface is designed as a portable phone audio interface, and is similar to a phone headset interface. The headset connector (J440), labeled HEADSET, includes a speaker, microphone and a detection signal. The speaker and microphone signals are directly connected to the G30 audio signals. The Headset Connector pinout (J440) is shown in Table 2-8.

  • Page 42: Audio Source Selection

    (Figure 2-15). Figure 2-15: Antenna Connectors (external) On the inside of the Developer Board, the EXT ANT connector is connected to the G30 and the INT ANT is connected to the on-board internal antenna. G30 Developer’s Kit...

  • Page 43: Antenna Connectors (internal) - For G30 Adapter

    This is the Developer Board’s default configuration. The board arrives with the EXT ANT and INT ANT already connected. INT ANT External RF Cable G30 Adapter EXT ANT On-board G30 Adapter Internal RF Cable Figure 2-16: Antenna Connectors (internal) - For G30 Adapter December 15, 2009 G30 Developer’s Kit...

  • Page 44: Antenna Connectors (internal) - For G30

    Internal RF Cable Antenna Figure 2-17: Antenna Connectors (internal) - For G30 To Connect to an External Antenna 1. Disconnect the external RF cable from the EXT ANT connector. 2. Connect an external antenna or antenna application to the EXT ANT connector...

  • Page 45: Option Switches

    G30 ADC voltage input range is 0V-1.92V. Therefore, only level 1 to level 7 are applicable. The Developer Board can route up to 8 different analog voltage levels to the 3 G30 analog to digital converters, using the S160 and S161 switches.

  • Page 46: Voltage Level Settings For A/d Switches (j161)

    ADC channel mapping is shown in Table 2-11. Table 2-11: A/D Selection Switch Settings (J160) Reference Description ADC1 Routing voltage level to ADC1 (G30 J1/37) ADC2 Routing voltage level to ADC2 (G30 J1/43) ADC3 Do Not Use Not Used G30 Developer’s Kit...

  • Page 47: General Purpose I/o (gpio) - S120

    Chapter 2: Developer Board and Interfaces Description General Purpose I/O (GPIO) - S120 Note: The following GPIOs are G30 GPIO names. In order to verify the G30 GPIOs that are connected to these pins, refer to “G30 to 70 pin Adapter Board” on page The Developer Board can simulate all 8 G30 GPIO1-GPIO8 states using the S120 switches.

  • Page 48: Uid - S170

    The GPIO switches have two positions: Logic High (left position, marked with "H") and Logic Low (Right position, marked with "L"). When setting a switch to "H" (default position), the GPIO line is not connected (uses the internal G30 pull-up resistor), when setting the GPIO to "L", the line is being shorted to ground.

  • Page 49: General Function Switch - S141

    "OFF". General Function Switch - S141 Note: The S141 is not applicable for G30 Adapter Board/G30. The S141 switches are used for development purpose only and should remain at OFF (left position) for proper use of the G30.

  • Page 50: General Function Switch - S100

    Figure 2-22 shows the S141 switches. S141 Figure 2-22: S141 Switches General Function Switch - S100 Note: The S100 is not applicable for G30 Adapter Board. Figure 2-23 shows the S100 switches. S100 Figure 2-23: S100 Switches G30 Developer’s Kit...

  • Page 51: Sim Card

    Chapter 2: Developer Board and Interfaces Description SIM Card The SIM card connector (J100) is external to the G30, but is connected directly to it, similar to an internal SIM. The G30 can accept 3V SIM cards. The SIM Connector pinout (J100) is shown in Table 2-14.

  • Page 52: Host Connection

    The cable is an optional accessory. All pin numbers and functions of the host connector are identical to those of the G30 (P1) and the G30 diagnostic connector (P100). For more information on the pins of the host connector, refer to “G30 to 70 pin Adapter Board”...

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    It is recommended to place the audio selection switch (S140 - AUDIO) to analog audio mode (OFF) • When connecting an external application that provides the power to the G30 and the Developer Board, remove any other power sources from the Developer Board December 15, 2009...

  • Page 54: Components And Specifications

    G30 to 70 pin Adapter Board The following table lists the pin names and functions available for the G30 to 70 pin interface connector. All pin numbers and functions are identical to the G30 (P1), host (J1) and G30 Diag- nostic (P100) connectors on the Developer Board.

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    GPIO GPRS GPRS PWR_ON Power-on/off input VSIM SIM supply output SIM_RST External SIM reset SIM_IO SIM data SIM_CLK SIM clock Capture/Compare WKUPI Wake-Up In RESET_IN External reset input C bus clock line GPIO4/SCL GPIO December 15, 2009 G30 Developer’s Kit...

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    High power differen- 65,69 SPKR_P tial analog audio output Headset detection input HDST_INT External interrupt input GPIO Headset microphone analog bias Handset microphone AGND1 analog reference Headset microphone MIC_HDST analog bias G30 Developer’s Kit December 15, 2009...

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    1,2,3,4 Ground 1,2,3,4 Ground 1,2,3,4 Ground 5,6,7,8 Voltage Supply Input 5,6,7,8 Voltage Supply Input GPIO1 GPIO GPIO2 GPIO Reference voltage VREF supply Not Connected – Refer to "RF Recommendation in G30 Module Description Manual". December 15, 2009 G30 Developer’s Kit...

  • Page 58: Switches And Jumpers

    Components and Specifications Applying voltage to ADC lines before power up is forbidden and may cause G30 Important: power up issues. Switches and Jumpers Figure 2-25 shows the jumpers and switches on the Developer Board. P201 P200 S200 (Developer Board...

  • Page 59: Developer Board Switches And Jumpers

    Table 2-16: Developer Board Switches and Jumpers Reference Switch/Jumper Description Switches S200 Board on/off Developer Board on/off switch S110 G30 on/off G30 on/off pushbutton switch S100 General Function Switch Four switches for Developer Board options S141 S140 S120 GPIO Switch Eight switches for GPIO signals...

  • Page 60: Led Indicators

    RS232-1 Developer LEDs LEDs LEDs Board Power General GPIO LEDs LEDs On/Off Figure 2-26: LEDs on Developer Board Note: Some LED indicators detailed in the table below are not applicable for G30 Adapter Board. G30 Developer’s Kit December 15, 2009...

  • Page 61: Developer Board Led Indicators

    Clear to send D725 Data terminal ready D726 Data set ready D727 Carrier detect D728 Ring indicator RS232-2 D743 DTE receive data D742 DTE transmit data D744 Clear to send D745 Request to send December 15, 2009 G30 Developer’s Kit...

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  • Page 63: Chapter 3: Service And Troubleshooting

    Note: The support services provided by Motorola are subject to the agreement between the customer and Motorola and may be at an additional charge to the customer. Motorola will inform the customer in advance of any such charge. Indirect Customer Please contact your Motorola licensed distributor.

  • Page 64: Troubleshooting

    3.3 V to 4.2 V. Fasten the G30 to the board with the supplied screws. Check the MMCX RF cable connection to the G30. Fasten the RF cable connections between the EXT ANT and INT ANT connectors.

  • Page 65: Acronyms And Abbreviations

    Electromagnetic Emission Electro-Static Discharge Evaluation Board GPRS General Packet Radio Service Global System for Mobile Communications Interrupt Request Light Emitting Diode MIDI Musical Instrument Digital Interface MMCX Mini Micro Coax Man-Machine Interface December 15, 2009 G30 Developer’s Kit Acr & Abbr-1...

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    Abbreviation Full Name Original Equipment Manufacturer Pulse Code Modulation Radio Frequency Subscriber Identity Module Serial Peripheral Interface UART Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter Universal Serial Bus Unit Under Test Acr & Abbr-2 G30 Developer’s Kit December 15, 2009...

  • Page 67

    , 24 Reception , 12 , 34 Header Connection , 36 Header Connector , 13, 22–23 Headset Voltage , 23 Connector Pins , 17 AC Adapter , 34 Host Connector , 34 Flex Cable December 15, 2009 G30 Developer’s Kit Index-1...

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    Index V - V Index-2 G30 Developer’s Kit December 15, 2009...

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    MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. ©Copyright 2005 Motorola, Inc. Java™Technology and/or J2ME™: Java and all other Java–based marks are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc.

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