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  • Page 1 MOA!fiiTRBOTM BASE STATION/REPEATER BASIC SERVICE & INSTALL ATION MANUAL SLR 8000 en-US fr-CA...
  • Page 3: General Safety Precautions

    It includes all the information necessary to maintain peak product performance and maximum working time, using levels 1 and 2 maintenance procedures. This level of service goes down to the module replacement level and is typical of some local service centers, Motorola Authorized Dealers, self-maintained customers, and distributors.
  • Page 4 Notice Foreword Trademarks MOTOROLA, MOTO, MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS and the Stylized M logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC and are used under license. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. © 2016 Motorola Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • Page 5 Do not operate the radio transmitters unless all RF connectors are secure and all connectors are properly terminated. • All equipment must be properly grounded in accordance with the Motorola R56 and specified installation instructions for safe operation. • Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation. Do not block or cover openings that protect the devices from overheating.
  • Page 6 • All Tx and Rx RF cables shall be connected to a surge protection device according to Motorola R56 manual. Do not connect Tx and Rx RF cables directly to an outside antenna.
  • Page 7 Part 68 Information Notice Part 68 Information Part 68 FCC Guideline This section applies when the SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater is equipped with the optional Wireline Interface Board. This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by the ACTA. On the rear of this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, the registration number: US: ABZNINANSLR8000...
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  • Page 9 MOTOTRBO SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater Supplemental Safety and Installation Requirements Notice MOTOTRBO SLR 8000 Base Station/ Repeater Supplemental Safety and Installation Requirements IMPORTANT: • The MOTOTRBO SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater must be installed in a suitable, in- building enclosure. A restricted access location is required when installing this equipment into the end system.
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  • Page 11: Environmental Information

    In European Union countries, please contact your local equipment supplier representative or service center for information about the waste collection system in your country. Disposal Guideline The following symbol on a Motorola product indicates that the product should not be disposed of with household waste. Send Feedback...
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  • Page 13: Document History

    Document History Document History The following major changes have been implemented in this manual since the previous edition: Edition Description Date MN002253A01-AA Initial Release May 2016 Send Feedback...
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  • Page 15: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Document History..................... 13 List of Figures......................25 List of Tables......................31 Related Publications....................33 Summary of Bands Available...................35 Chapter 1: SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater............41 1.1 Notations Used in This Manual....................41 1.2 Description..........................41 1.3 Operating Features........................44 1.4 Frequency Ranges and Power Levels...................45 1.5 Specifications.........................46 1.6 Theory of Operation.......................48 1.7 Basic Base Station/Repeater Level Troubleshooting –...
  • Page 16 Contents 3.4.2 Audio........................63 3.5 Station Control Interface......................64 3.5.1 Front Panel Interface Connector................64 3.5.2 Rear Panel Connections..................64 3.5.3 Power Amplifier Interface Connector............... 64 3.5.4 Power Supply Interface Connector................65 3.5.5 Expansion Board Interface Connector..............65 3.5.6 Chassis ID Interface Connector................65 3.5.7 Wireline/ Aux Board Interface Connector..............66 Chapter 4: SLR 8000 Power Amplifier..............67 4.1 Description..........................67...
  • Page 17 Contents 7.2 Back Panel Interfaces......................84 7.2.1 AC Power Inlet......................85 7.2.2 DC Power Inlet/DC Charger Outlet................85 7.2.3 Option 1/GNSS......................86 7.2.4 Option 2/WLAN......................86 7.2.5 USB..........................86 7.2.6 Ethernet 1........................ 87 7.2.7 Ethernet 2........................ 88 7.2.8 Auxiliary (Aux)......................88 7.2.9 Frequency Reference....................91 7.2.10 Receiver RF......................
  • Page 18 Contents 10.4 Base Station/Repeater Tuning Setup................112 10.5 Rx Audio Level Set......................112 10.5.1 Tuning Procedure....................112 10.6 Tx Audio Level Set......................113 10.6.1 Tuning Procedure....................114 10.7 Modulation Limit Alignment....................114 10.7.1 Tuning Procedure (with no Tx Data and no PL)...........115 10.7.2 Verification (with no Tx Data and no PL).............
  • Page 19 Contents 11.6.2.4 Faceplate Disassembly– Detailed............135 11.6.2.5 Fan Module Disassembly...............136 11.6.2.6 Bezel Clip Disassembly................136 11.6.2.7 Cable Disassembly................137 11.6.2.8 Power Supply Module Disassembly............138 11.6.2.9 Modem Module Disassembly..............138 11.6.2.10 Power Amplifier Disassembly...............139 11.6.2.11 Back Panel Disassembly..............140 11.7 Reassembly........................140 11.7.1 Reassembly – Detailed..................140 11.7.1.1 Bottom Cover Installation...............
  • Page 20 Contents 12.1.4.2 DC Input Power Requirements.............. 159 12.1.4.3 Ground Connection................159 12.1.4.4 Battery Connection.................159 12.1.4.5 RF Antenna Connections............... 159 12.1.4.6 System Cable Connections..............159 12.1.5 Equipment Mounting Methods................159 12.1.5.1 Floor-Mounted Cabinet................160 12.1.5.2 Modular Racks..................160 12.1.6 Recommended Tools and Equipment..............161 12.1.7 Equipment Unpacking and Inspection..............
  • Page 21 Mounting......................... 207 Preselectors........................208 Service Kits........................208 Service Parts........................209 Service Tools........................209 Microphone........................209 Miscellaneous......................... 209 Appendix B: Replacement Parts Ordering............211 Replacement Parts Ordering..................... 211 Basic Ordering Information..................... 211 Motorola Online.......................211 Mail Orders........................211 Telephone Orders......................211 Send Feedback...
  • Page 22 Contents Fax Orders........................211 Parts Identification......................212 Product Customer Service....................212 Appendix C : Motorola Service Centers..............213 Motorola Service Centers......................213 Servicing Information...................... 213 Motorola Service Center....................213 Motorola Federal Technical Center.................213 Motorola Canadian Technical Logistics Center.............. 213 Appendix D: SLR 8000 Third-Party Controllers........... 215 Overview............................215...
  • Page 23 Contents Channel Steering....................225 Monitoring......................225 PTT........................225 Wildcard 1 (optional).................... 225 Trunking Controllers........................225 Description........................225 Compatibility........................226 Hardware Connections....................226 CPS Configuration......................227 Trunking Controller Settings................... 228 Discriminator......................228 Tx Audio....................... 228 Tx Data.........................228 Appendix E: Audio Enhancement................. 229 Overview............................229 Hear Clear feature with the third-party controllers............
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  • Page 25: List Of Figures

    List of Figures List of Figures Figure 1: Front view of the SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater..............42 Figure 2: Rear view of the SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater (with no options installed).......43 Figure 3: Front view (without top cover) of the SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater (with no options installed)............................
  • Page 26 List of Figures Figure 36: Receiver RF Connector......................92 Figure 37: Transmitter RF Connector.....................92 Figure 38: Bonding Ground Connection....................93 Figure 39: RJ-45 Connector (Wireline 1)....................93 Figure 40: RJ-45 Connector (Wireline 2)....................94 Figure 41: RJ-45 Connector (GPIO 1)....................95 Figure 42: RJ-45 Connector (GPIO 2)....................96 Figure 43: RJ-45 Connector (GPIO 3)....................97 Figure 44: RF Antenna Relay Connectors....................98 Figure 45: P-TEMP Connector.......................
  • Page 27 List of Figures Figure 75: Removing Modem Module....................139 Figure 76: Removing Power Amplifier....................139 Figure 77: Securing Bottom Cover to Base Station/Repeater.............. 140 Figure 78: Installing the Power Amplifier Module................. 141 Figure 79: Installing the Power Amplifier Module and Preselector Module.......... 142 Figure 80: Securing Modem Gasket Seal.....................143 Figure 81: Securing Modem to Base Station/Repeater Chassis............
  • Page 28 List of Figures Figure 114: External Dual Circulator Tray (UHF version shown)............179 Figure 115: Typical Antenna Relay Module – Inputs/Outputs.............. 180 Figure 116: Connecting Preselector to the NWA..................186 Figure 117: Initial Curve (Start 400 MHz, Stop 620 MHz)..............187 Figure 118: Initial Curve (Start 400 MHz, Stop 505 MHz)..............
  • Page 29 Figure 156: Model L3276 Tone Remote Adapter................. 222 Figure 157: Signal Connections between 8000 Base Station/Repeater Motorola L3276 25-Pin connector for a 15 Channel Remote Control..........223 Figure 158: Configuration L3276 Tone Remote Adapter (For a 15 Channel Remote Control)....................224 Figure 159: Model Trident’s Marauder....................
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  • Page 31: List Of Tables

    List of Tables List of Tables Table 1: Callout Legend......................... 42 Table 2: Callout Legend......................... 43 Table 3: Callout Legend......................... 43 Table 4: Callout Legend......................... 43 Table 5: SLR 8000 Frequency Ranges and Power Levels..............45 Table 6: SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater General Specifications (All Bands)........46 Table 7: SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater Specifications..............
  • Page 32 List of Tables Table 37: Functional Characteristics of RJ-45 Connector (Wireline 2)...........94 Table 38: Functional Characteristics of RJ-45 Connector (GPIO1)............95 Table 39: Functional Characteristics of RJ-45 Connector (GPIO 2)............96 Table 40: Functional Characteristics of RJ-45 Connector (GPIO 3)............97 Table 41: Recommended Test Equipment................... 101 Table 42: Callout Legend........................
  • Page 33: Related Publications

    Related Publications Related Publications Related Publications Part No. MOTOTRBO SLR 8000 Quick Start Guide MN002302A01 Send Feedback...
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  • Page 35: Summary Of Bands Available

    Summary of Bands Available Summary of Bands Available Table below lists the SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater bands available in this manual. For details, see Model Chart section. Frequency Band Bandwidth Power Level 136–174 MHz 1–100 W 400–470 MHz 1–100 W Send Feedback...
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  • Page 37: Limited Warranty

    Product Accessories One (1) Year Motorola, at its option, will at no charge either repair the Product (with new or reconditioned parts), replace it (with a new or reconditioned Product), or refund the purchase price of the Product during the warranty period provided it is returned in accordance with the terms of this warranty.
  • Page 38 MOTOROLA will have sole control of the defense of such suit and all negotiations for its settlement or compromise; and should the Product or parts become, or in MOTOROLA's opinion be likely to become, the subject of a claim of infringement of a United States patent, that such purchaser will permit MOTOROLA, at its...
  • Page 39 Notice Commercial Warranty without limitation, alteration, modification, reproduction, distribution, or reverse engineering of such MOTOROLA software or exercise of rights in such MOTOROLA software is permitted. No license is granted by implication, estoppel or otherwise under MOTOROLA patent rights or copyrights.
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  • Page 41: Chapter 1: Slr 8000 Base Station/Repeater

    Symbol indicates areas of the product that pose potential burn hazards. Description The Motorola SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater provides a modular, flexible analog and digital station designed for today's communication systems and for the future. The station is available for use in these configurations: •...
  • Page 42: Figure 1: Front View Of The Slr 8000 Base Station/Repeater

    Chapter 1: SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater The SLR 8000 can either be configured as a stand-alone base station/repeater or as a base station/ repeater connected to a back-end network, as in the case of operating in IP Site Connect mode. As a base station/repeater, it listens on one uplink frequency, and then re-transmits on a downlink frequency, thus providing the RF interface to the field subscribers.
  • Page 43: Figure 2: Rear View Of The Slr 8000 Base Station/Repeater (With No Options Installed)

    Chapter 1: SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater Figure 2: Rear view of the SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater (with no options installed) Table 2: Callout Legend Label Description Back Panel Interface Connectos and Power Switch Figure 3: Front view (without top cover) of the SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater (with no options installed) Table 3: Callout Legend Label...
  • Page 44: Operating Features

    Physical Dimensions: 3.5 in. H x 19 in. W x 17 in. D (89 x 483 x 438 mm) 2RU • Weight: 31 lb (14.06 kg) excluding cabinet or other peripheral equipment Motorola Network Interface: • IP Site Connect •...
  • Page 45: Frequency Ranges And Power Levels

    Chapter 1: SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater • Linked Capacity Plus • Connect Plus • Capacity Max Third-Party Controller Interface: • Phone Patch • Multi-Coded Squelch Interface (Repeater Panel) • Tone Remote Adapter • LTR Trunking • Passport Trunking • MPT1327 Trunking NOTICE: The SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater only supports the third-party controllers noted above when it is configured in analog mode.
  • Page 46: Specifications

    Chapter 1: SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater Specifications Specifications of the SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater are available in the following tables. Table 6: SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater General Specifications (All Bands) Parameter Specifications Number of Channels Frequency Generation Synthesized Input Voltage AC 100–240 VAC (47–63 Hz) Input Voltage DC 11–15.5 VDC or 21.6–32 VDC...
  • Page 47 Chapter 1: SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater Parameter Specifications Frequency Bands Electronic Bandwidth 136–174 MHz 400–470 MHz Receiver Selectivity 25 kHz/12.5 kHz (TIA603D) 83 dB/52 dB 78 dB/52 dB Selectivity 25 kHz/12.5 kHz (TIA603) 83 dB/75 dB 80 dB/75 dB Selectivity 25 kHz/12.5 kHz (ETSI) 70 dB/63 dB Sensitivity (12 dB SINAD) 0.3 uV...
  • Page 48: Theory Of Operation

    Chapter 1: SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater Parameter Specifications Industry Canada • 109AB-99FT3095 • 109AB-99FT4098 • IC certification/registration number • SLR 8000-VHF • SLR 8000-UHF 1 • IC model number • Tx: 138–174 MHz • Tx: 406.1–430 MHz and 450–470 MHz •...
  • Page 49 Chapter 1: SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater + Customer Programming Software (CPS) + Tuner application + Base station/repeater Diagnostic and Control (RDAC) software Provides an Ethernet port for IP site connectivity and remote RDAC Provides GPIO connectivity for third party controller interfaces Provides for analog base station/repeater audio connectivity Data and Control to the Receiver subsystem via the SPI and SSI respectively Data and Control to the Exciter subsystem via the SPI and SSI respectively...
  • Page 50: Basic Base Station/Repeater Level Troubleshooting - Rdac And Leds

    Chapter 1: SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater 2-wire balanced audio connection Analog Voting Tn-nR Functionality • Further details can be found in the individual sections of the respective FRU chapters of this manual. Basic Base Station/Repeater Level Troubleshooting – RDAC and LEDs Diagnostic tests are available for the Modem, PA, and Power Supply Modules.
  • Page 51: Table 9: Slr 8000 Front Panel Led Definitions

    Chapter 1: SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater Definition Tx A Tx Slot 1 Rx A Rx Slot 1 Tx B Tx Slot 2 Rx B Rx Slot 2 Ethernet Link/Network Connectivity Reference Table 9: SLR 8000 Front Panel LED Definitions LED Function Name LED Color LED State Status Indication...
  • Page 52: Model Chart

    Chapter 1: SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater LED Function Name LED Color LED State Status Indication Green Solid Rx Slot B or Analog (qualifier met) Amber Solid Rx Slot B or Analog (non-qualified) Ethernet/Network Con- No Ethernet connection nectivity Green Solid Connectivity/Linked Flashing Attempting to connect to the system...
  • Page 53 Chapter 1: SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater SLR 8000, UHF, 400–470 MHz Model/Item Description x = Indicates compatibility with model(s) Option Description X CA02962AA Add: UHF1 (400–470 MHz) Send Feedback...
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  • Page 55: Chapter 2: Slr 8000 Satellite Receiver

    “talk-in” coverage on a particular receive frequency when used in a receiver voting system. The Motorola SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater is not offered as an exclusive Satellite Receiver only model, rather the SLR 8000 can be configured via the CPS to operate as a Satellite Receiver in a receive only mode of operation.
  • Page 56: Basic Station Level Troubleshooting - Rdac And Leds

    Chapter 2: SLR 8000 Satellite Receiver Figure 6: "Operation Mode" configuration for Satellite Receiver Functionality Basic Station Level Troubleshooting – RDAC and LEDs The troubleshooting procedures are similar to the SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater with regards to the control, power supply, and receiver sub-systems. See Basic Base Station/Repeater Level Troubleshooting –...
  • Page 57: Figure 7: Satellite Receiver Connections Within A Voting System

    Chapter 2: SLR 8000 Satellite Receiver Figure 7: Satellite Receiver Connections Within a Voting System Phone Line Control Console Comparator Repeater Dispatch Site Phone Line Satellite Receiver Phone Line Satellite Receiver Phone Line Satellite Receiver Send Feedback...
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  • Page 59: Chapter 3: Slr 8000 Modem

    SLR 8000 Modem Chapter 3 SLR 8000 Modem Description The Modem Module is described in this section. A general description, identification of inputs and outputs, and functional theory of operation are provided. The information provided is sufficient to give service personnel a functional understanding of the module, allowing maintenance and troubleshooting to the module level.
  • Page 60: Frequency Bands

    Chapter 3: SLR 8000 Modem Figure 8: Modem Module Connector Locations Table 10: Callout Legend Label Description Auxiliary Connector Receiver Input External Reference Input PA Digital Interface Tx Exciter Output DC Power Input Front Panel Interface Chassis ID Connector Wireline/Aux Board Interface PSU Digital Interface Future Expansion Port USB Host...
  • Page 61: Receiver Subsystem

    Chapter 3: SLR 8000 Modem • 400–470 MHz Receiver Subsystem The Modem Module includes the receiver circuitry for the station. A cable connects the board connector to a BNC connector located on the rear panel of the base station/repeater. Figure 8: Modem Module Connector Locations on page 60 for the location of this connector.
  • Page 62: Transmitter Exciter Subsystem

    Chapter 3: SLR 8000 Modem Transmitter Exciter Subsystem This section describes the transmitter exciter subsystem as well as provides the specifications for the subsystem. The Exciter Subsystem in the Modem Module (in conjunction with the Power Amplifier Module) provides the transmitter functions for the station. The Exciter circuitry generates a low-level modulated Radio Frequency (RF) signal which is input to the Power Amplifier (PA) module for further amplification and output to the transmit antenna.
  • Page 63: High Stability Reference Block

    Chapter 3: SLR 8000 Modem • EMMC Flash memory • DDR3 memory • Texas Instruments Power Management IC • NOR Flash • 2-TI AIC3204 Codecs General controller functionality includes: • Data and Control interface to the transceiver ICs • Audio interface with CODEC ICs •...
  • Page 64: Station Control Interface

    Chapter 3: SLR 8000 Modem Figure 10: Audio Block Diagram RFIC SSI (4) To Optional Wireline TX Audio 1 TX Audio 1 (Pin 1 & 22) TX Audio 2 TX Data TX Audio 2 (Pin 25) TI AIC3204 RX Audio 1 Audio Audio SSI (4) RX Audio 1 (Pin 7)
  • Page 65: Power Supply Interface Connector

    Chapter 3: SLR 8000 Modem 3.5.4 Power Supply Interface Connector ™ The power supply digital interface utilizes a 15-pin Pico-Clasp connector. The location is detailed in Figure 8: Modem Module Connector Locations on page 60. The following figure shows the pin number locations. Figure 12: Power Supply Interface Connector Pin Locations Pin 15 Pin 1...
  • Page 66: Wireline/ Aux Board Interface Connector

    Chapter 3: SLR 8000 Modem Figure 14: Chassis ID Interface Connector Pin Locations Pin 8 Pin 1 3.5.7 Wireline/ Aux Board Interface Connector Refer to SLR 8000 Wireline on page 167 for details. Send Feedback...
  • Page 67: Chapter 4: Slr 8000 Power Amplifier

    SLR 8000 Power Amplifier Chapter 4 SLR 8000 Power Amplifier Description The Power Amplifier Module is described in this section. A general description, identification of inputs and outputs and functional theory of operation are provided. The information provided is sufficient to give service personnel a functional understanding of the module, allowing maintenance and troubleshooting to the module level.
  • Page 68: Frequency Ranges

    Chapter 4: SLR 8000 Power Amplifier Figure 15: Input and Output Connections Table 13: Callout Legend Label Description Antenna Port Modem Interface (+) DC Input DC Input (-) DC Input Exciter Input Frequency Ranges The power amplifier module models cover the following ranges: •...
  • Page 69: Specifications

    Chapter 4: SLR 8000 Power Amplifier Specifications Table 14: Specifications of Power Amplifier on page 69 shows the specifications of SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater's Power Amplifier (PA). Table 14: Specifications of Power Amplifier Parameter Specifications Specifications Operational Frequency Range 136–174 MHz 400–470 MHz Minimum Input Return Loss (Tx mode) 15 dB...
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  • Page 71: Chapter 5: Slr 8000 Power Supply

    SLR 8000 Power Supply Chapter 5 SLR 8000 Power Supply Description In this chapter, a general description, performance specifications, and identification of the inputs and outputs are given for the power supply. The information provided is sufficient to give service personnel a functional understanding of the module, allowing maintenance and troubleshooting to the module level.
  • Page 72: Specifications

    Chapter 5: SLR 8000 Power Supply Figure 17: Front View of the SLR 8000 Power Supply Table 15: Callout Legend Label Description Air Intake Figure 18: Rear View of the SLR 8000 Power Supply Table 16: Callout Legend Label Description Air Exhaust Specifications Table 17: Power Supply AC Performance Specifications on page...
  • Page 73: Power Supply Interface

    Chapter 5: SLR 8000 Power Supply Table 18: Power Supply DC Performance Specifications Parameter Value or Range Input Voltage Range (24 V System) 20.6–32 VDC Input Voltage Range (12 V System) 11–15.5 VDC Steady State Output Voltage (24 V System) Transmit Power dependent (11–15.75 VDC) Steady State Output Voltage (12 V System) Input voltage dependent (0–0.4 V below input)
  • Page 74: Power Source Inputs

    Chapter 5: SLR 8000 Power Supply 5.3.1 Power Source Inputs Figure 19: Power Source Inputs Table 20: Callout Legend Label Description AC Source Input Connector Power Switch DC Source Input Connector (also charging output) NOTICE: When the power switch is in standby, all outputs are disabled (regardless of input source(s) connected).
  • Page 75: Power Supply Outputs

    Chapter 5: SLR 8000 Power Supply 5.3.2 Power Supply Outputs Figure 20: Power Supply Outputs Table 21: Callout Legend Label Description Power Amplifier Modem Power Supply/ Modem Fan Power Amplifier Fan Send Feedback...
  • Page 76: Power Supply Digital Interface

    Chapter 5: SLR 8000 Power Supply 5.3.3 Power Supply Digital Interface Figure 21: Power Supply Digital Interface Table 22: Callout Legend Label Description Pin 15 Pin 1 Modem Interface 5.3.4 Power Supply Output Cable Signaling Table 23: Power Supply Output Cable SIgnalling Output Load Signal Power Amplifier...
  • Page 77 Chapter 5: SLR 8000 Power Supply Output Load Signal Brown–Fan speed control Power Supply/ Red, 8 –12 VDC (nominal) Modem Fan Black–Ground Yellow–Fan speed detect Brown–Fan speed control Send Feedback...
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  • Page 79: Chapter 6: Slr 8000 Front Panel

    SLR 8000 Front Panel Chapter 6 SLR 8000 Front Panel Description The Front Panel Module is described in this section. A general description, identification of inputs and outputs and functional theory of operation are provided. The information provided is sufficient to give service personnel a functional understanding of the module, allowing maintenance and troubleshooting to the module level.
  • Page 80: Interfaces

    Chapter 6: SLR 8000 Front Panel Figure 23: Front Panel Output Connections LED Indicators Table 25: Callout Legend Label Description Speaker Volume Adjust Buttons Microphone Connector LED Indicators USB Device Connector Interfaces This section describes the different interfaces that are available in the repeater. 6.3.1 Modem Interface The interface to the modem is made via a 30-pin flex cable.
  • Page 81: Speaker Volume Adjust Buttons

    Chapter 6: SLR 8000 Front Panel 6.3.2.3 Speaker Volume Adjust Buttons The front panel assembly contains an integrated speaker which is controlled via the two front panel speaker volume adjust buttons. The Front Panel speaker audio is supported in both analog and digital modes of operation. In digital modes of operation, via CPS configuration the user has the ability to configure the Front Panel speaker audio for either slot 1, slot 2, or a mix of slot 1 and slot 2 audio.
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  • Page 83: Chapter 7: Slr 8000 Back Panel

    SLR 8000 Back Panel Chapter 7 SLR 8000 Back Panel Description The Back Panel interface provides the electrical interconnection interface between the SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater and the end user’s system. This includes the connectors necessary to interface the base station/repeater to RF peripheral equipment, power system, system controllers, LANs, as well as other communications and maintenance equipment.
  • Page 84: Back Panel Interfaces

    Chapter 7: SLR 8000 Back Panel Location Connector Type Function(s) T30 TORX Screw Bonding Ground Connection BNC – Female Frequency Reference Input (REF) Type A Socket RJ-45 – Jack Ethernet 2 (future) RJ-45 – Jack Ethernet 1 DB25 – Female Aux: Rx Audio, Tx Audio, PTT, COR, Accessory Power, 1 PPS, and GPIO N-Type –...
  • Page 85: Ac Power Inlet

    Chapter 7: SLR 8000 Back Panel 7.2.1 AC Power Inlet The AC power inlet connector is of the C14 type socket (IEC 60320) and accepts interface to C13 type plugged (IEC 60320) power cords. Location of the pins and functional characteristics of the connector's pins are shown in the following figure and table.
  • Page 86: Option 1/Gnss

    Chapter 7: SLR 8000 Back Panel Figure 28: DC Power Inlet/DC Charger Outlet Connector Table 30: DC Power Inlet/DC Charger Outlet Connector Location Pin Assignment Type Signal Characteristics Positive 11–14.4VDC Power 17 A (max) Negative 7.2.3 Option 1/GNSS Not supported at this time (No connection). Figure 29: Option 1/GNSS Connector 7.2.4 Option 2/WLAN...
  • Page 87: Ethernet 1

    Chapter 7: SLR 8000 Back Panel Figure 31: USB Connector Table 31: USB Connector Loca- Pin Assignment Type Signal Characteristics tion Ground USB Physical 3.6 V differential data Layer VBUS +5 VDC 7.2.6 Ethernet 1 Fully compliant with IEEE and 802.3 and 802.3u standards. Supports 10 Base-T, 100 Base-Tx rates, full duplex, half duplex mode and flow control.
  • Page 88: Ethernet 2

    Chapter 7: SLR 8000 Back Panel Loca- Pin Assignment Type Signal Characteristics tion Unused Ethernet Rx- 5 V differential data Unused Unused 7.2.7 Ethernet 2 Not supported at this time. Fully compliant with IEEE and 802.3 and 802.3u standards. Supports 10 Base-T, 100 Base-Tx rates, full duplex, half duplex mode and flow control.
  • Page 89: Figure 34: Auxiliary Connector

    Chapter 7: SLR 8000 Back Panel Figure 34: Auxiliary Connector Table 34: Auxiliary Connector Location Pin Assignment Type Signal Characteristics Tx Audio 1 Audio Transmit Audio – Nominal input level is 80 mVrms for 60% deviation with scaling factor set to 100%. 600 Ω input impe- dance.
  • Page 90 Chapter 7: SLR 8000 Back Panel Location Pin Assignment Type Signal Characteristics Input Logic Low: 0–0.8 VDC Input Logic High: 3.0–14 VDC Ground GPIO 7/Analog Digital or Digital: RSSI Out Analog Output Logic Low: 0.5 VDC max Output Logic High: Open Collector with 10 k pull-up to 5 V Input Logic Low: 0–0.8 VDC Input Logic High: 3.0–14 VDC Analog RSSI:...
  • Page 91: Frequency Reference

    Chapter 7: SLR 8000 Back Panel Location Pin Assignment Type Signal Characteristics Fused B+ Power The B+ is 13.6 VDC when base station/repeater is sourced by AC, and can range from 11–14.4 VDC when sourced by DC. 1 A (max). GPIO 8/Analog Digital or Digital:...
  • Page 92: Receiver Rf

    Chapter 7: SLR 8000 Back Panel Various external frequency reference signal types can be provided to the SLR 8000 Base Station/ Repeater for normal operation. The following table provides a list of acceptable input signal types as well as their permissible levels. Table 35: Frequency Reference Frequency (MHz) Wave-...
  • Page 93: Bonding Ground Connection

    Chapter 7: SLR 8000 Back Panel 7.2.12 Bonding Ground Connection The base station/repeater Bonding Ground Connection is realized with two M6 x 1 x 3 mm screws (T30 Torx). Figure 38: Bonding Ground Connection 7.2.13 Wireline 1 (WL1) This is an RJ-45 connection that supports the wireline interface to the SLR 8000 Base Station/ Repeater, which includes configuration provisions for a balanced 2-wire or 4-wire operation (via CPS), configurable impedance settings (via CPS), and settable audio/tone levels (via Tuner).
  • Page 94: Wireline 2 (Wl2)

    Chapter 7: SLR 8000 Back Panel Location Pin Assignment Type Signal Characteristics Line 1- 4-wire Phone Line (differential) input; 600 Ω typical impedance (country specif- Audio Line 1+ Aux In 1- Opto-Isolated In-Current flow to Activate* Aux Out Relay 1 Form Relay A Closed When Active (N.O.) Aux Out Relay 1...
  • Page 95: Gpio 1

    Chapter 7: SLR 8000 Back Panel Location Pin Assignment Type Signal Characteristics Aux Out Relay 2 Form Relay A Closed When Active (N.O.) 7.2.15 GPIO 1 Not supported at this time. This is an RJ-45 connection that provides four additional GPIO connections to the SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater.
  • Page 96: Gpio 2

    Chapter 7: SLR 8000 Back Panel Location Pin Assignment Type Signal Characteristics Input Logic High: 3.0–14 VDC Ground Aux GPIO 4 Digital Output Logic Low: 0.5 VDC max Output Logic High: Open Collector with 10k pull-up to 5V Input Logic Low: 0–0.8 VDC Input Logic High: 3.0–14 VDC 7.2.16 GPIO 2...
  • Page 97: Gpio 3

    Chapter 7: SLR 8000 Back Panel Location Pin Assignment Type Signal Characteristics Ground Aux GPIO 7 Digital Output Logic Low: 0.5 VDC max Output Logic High: Open Collector with 10k pull-up to 5V Input Logic Low: 0–0.8 VDC Input Logic High: 3.0–14 VDC Ground Aux GPIO 8 Digital...
  • Page 98: Rf Antenna Relay

    Chapter 7: SLR 8000 Back Panel Location Pin Assignment Type Signal Characteristics Aux GPIO 10 Digital Output Logic Low: 0.5 VDC max Output Logic High: Open Collector with 10k pull-up to 5V Input Logic Low: 0–0.8 VDC Input Logic High: 3.0–14 VDC Ground Aux GPIO 11 Digital...
  • Page 99: P-Temp

    Chapter 7: SLR 8000 Back Panel 7.2.19 P-TEMP The P-TEMP connector is a MOLEX 43020-0200 panel mount plug and accepts interface to MOLEX 43025-0200 receptacles. The P-TEMP interface provides for termperature sensing of the optional External Dual Circulator Tray. Figure 45: P-TEMP Connector Send Feedback...
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  • Page 101: Chapter 8: Slr 8000 Test Equipment And Service Aids

    SLR 8000 Test Equipment And Service Aids Chapter 8 SLR 8000 Test Equipment And Service Aids Recommended Test Equipment The list of equipment includes most of the standard test equipment required for servicing Motorola SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeaters. Table 41: Recommended Test Equipment Equipment Example...
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  • Page 103: Chapter 9: Slr 8000 Performance Check Or Testing

    SLR 8000 Performance Check or Testing Chapter 9 SLR 8000 Performance Check or Testing General The SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater meets published specifications through the manufacturing process by utilizing high-accuracy laboratory-quality test equipment. The recommended field service equipment approaches the accuracy of the manufacturing equipment with few exceptions. This accuracy must be maintained in compliance with the equipment manufacturer’s recommended calibration schedule.
  • Page 104: Verifying Transmitter Circuitry Procedure

    Chapter 9: SLR 8000 Performance Check or Testing • Station Rear Accessory Test Cable Dummy Load (50 Ω, base station/repeater wattage or higher) • 9.2.3 Verifying Transmitter Circuitry Procedure The following procedure shows you ways to verify the transmitter circuitry of the repeater. Procedure: 1 Connect and set up test equipment as shown in Figure 46: Backside - Test Equipment Setup for...
  • Page 105: Receiver Testing

    Chapter 9: SLR 8000 Performance Check or Testing 8 This completes the Verifying Transmitter Circuitry test procedure. If all displays and measurements are correct, the transmitter circuitry may be considered to be operating properly. Figure 46: Backside - Test Equipment Setup for Verifying Transmitter Circuitry Dummy Load Power Meter IFR 390I Digital Radio Test Set...
  • Page 106: Required Test Equipment

    Chapter 9: SLR 8000 Performance Check or Testing In general, the Receiver circuitry is exercised by injecting and measuring signals using a Service Monitor (or equivalent). Incorrect measurement values indicate a faulty module(s); measurement values within the acceptable range verify proper operation of the receiver circuitry on the Modem Module.
  • Page 107: Auto Test And Tune Support

    To accomplish the overall Test and Tune procedure, the repeater must be tested in two test suites: Analog mode and Digital mode. This procedure includes Tuning and Testing in Analog mode and Testing in Digital mode. NOTICE: Contact Motorola Solutions Customer Support for more details on this procedure. Send Feedback...
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  • Page 109: Chapter 10: Slr 8000 Programming And Tuning

    SLR 8000 Programming and Tuning Chapter 10 SLR 8000 Programming and Tuning 10.1 Introduction This chapter provides an overview of the MOTOTRBO Customer Programming Software (CPS) and ™ ™ ™ the MOTOTRBO Tuner application for use on Windows 7 , Windows 8 , or Windows 8.1 .
  • Page 110: Figure 50: Customer Programming Software Setup

    Chapter 10: SLR 8000 Programming and Tuning CAUTION: Computer USB ports can be sensitive to Electronic Discharge. Employ proper ESD practices (wrist strap, grounding, etc.) and do not touch exposed contacts on cables when connected to a computer. Figure 50: Customer Programming Software Setup Station Rear Panel Front Panel...
  • Page 111: Reference Oscillator Alignment

    Chapter 10: SLR 8000 Programming and Tuning Table 45: Callout Legend Label Description AC Inlet Connector DC Inlet Connector Rx RF Connector Aux Connector Tx RF Connector 10.3 Reference Oscillator Alignment This feature is used to adjust the reference oscillator of the base station/repeater. This alignment process should be done as maintenance schedules and regulations require or if the Modem FRU has been replaced in the base station/repeater.
  • Page 112: Base Station/Repeater Tuning Setup

    Chapter 10: SLR 8000 Programming and Tuning 10.4 Base Station/Repeater Tuning Setup ™ A personal computer (PC), Windows operating system, and the MOTOTRBO Tuner application are required to align the base station/repeater. To perform the tuning procedures, the base station/repeater must be connected to the PC and test equipment setup as shown in the follwing figure.
  • Page 113: Tx Audio Level Set

    Chapter 10: SLR 8000 Programming and Tuning Figure 55: Rx Menu tree (Rx Rated Volume) 5 Set the Communication Analyzer to output a -47 dBm RF signal modulated with a 1 kHz tone at 60% of full deviation on the tuning frequency. The tuning frequency is the value displayed on the Tuner GUI under the heading of "Frequency Points".
  • Page 114: Tuning Procedure

    Chapter 10: SLR 8000 Programming and Tuning 10.6.1 Tuning Procedure This procedure shows the ways you can tune the Tx Audio Level set. Procedure: 1 Connect the base station/repeater's transmitter antenna port to the Communication Analyzer. 2 Power the base station/repeater from either an AC or DC source. 3 Apply a 1 kHz signal at the desired input level to pin #1 or #22 (in reference to ground) on the Aux connector.
  • Page 115: Tuning Procedure (With No Tx Data And No Pl)

    Chapter 10: SLR 8000 Programming and Tuning 10.7.1 Tuning Procedure (with no Tx Data and no PL) Prerequisites: NOTICE: If data or PL signaling is applied to Pin 13 of the J7 connector, proceed to Tuning Procedure (with Tx Data or PL) on page 116.
  • Page 116: Verification (With No Tx Data And No Pl)

    Chapter 10: SLR 8000 Programming and Tuning 10.7.2 Verification (with no Tx Data and no PL) Procedure: 1 Connect the base station/repeater's antenna port to the attenuation pad, if necessary, before connecting to the Communication Analyzer. 2 Power the base station/repeater from either an AC or DC source. 3 Via CPS, program the base station/repeater with any frequency within the specified range of the base station/repeater under test, and set the base station/repeater for low power and disable the repeat path.
  • Page 117: Verification (With Tx Data Or Pl)

    Chapter 10: SLR 8000 Programming and Tuning 7 Apply a 1 kHz signal at 1.2Vrms to Pin 22 of the J7 backplane connector. • Signal ground is Pin 9 of the J7 backplane connector. • If the manufacturer of the third party controller specifies that the Tx Audio is not to be pre-emphasized, use Pin 1 instead of Pin 22.
  • Page 118: Wireline Receive Level Tuning

    Chapter 10: SLR 8000 Programming and Tuning 10.8.1 Wireline Receive Level Tuning The procedure outlined in this section is used to set the output level on the Wireline/Aux board’s Rx path for a given RF signal deviation on the received signal. Perform this procedure during initial Wireline installation or any time the Rx audio level needs adjustment.
  • Page 119: Wireline Rx Equalization - 2800 Hz Tuning

    Chapter 10: SLR 8000 Programming and Tuning Location Pin Assignment Operation Line 2+ 2-wire or 4-wire Line 2- 2-wire or 4-wire NOTICE: It is imperative that the load the Wireline/Aux board is driving, matches that of the Wireline/Aux board's source impedance setting noted in the Tuner environment. Optimally, it is recommended to use the actual load which is used during normal operation of the radio.
  • Page 120: Figure 61: Rx Menu Tree (Wireline Rx Equalization - 2800 Hz)

    Chapter 10: SLR 8000 Programming and Tuning Figure 61: Rx Menu tree (Wireline Rx Equalization – 2800 Hz) 5 Set the Communication Analyzer to output a -47 dBm RF signal modulated with a 2800 Hz tone at 60% of full deviation on the tuning frequency. The tuning frequency is the value displayed on the Tuner GUI under the heading of "Frequency Points".
  • Page 121: Wireline Rx Equalization - 400 Hz Tuning

    Chapter 10: SLR 8000 Programming and Tuning Location Pin Assignment Operation Line 2- 2-wire or 4-wire 7 Click "Write" to save the new tuned softpot value into the radio's codeplug. 10.8.3 Wireline Rx Equalization – 400 Hz Tuning The Rx Equalization feature allows the frequency response adjustment of the Rx Audio relative to a specified rated system deviation, to compensate (equalize) for the response of the Wireline backhaul network itself.
  • Page 122: Wireline Transmit Level Tuning

    Chapter 10: SLR 8000 Programming and Tuning 6 Adjust the softpot value until the best equalization is achieved across line two of the WL1 Wireline/Aux backplane connector terminals. Best equalization is achieved when the far side of the Wireline cable measures a flat response across the lower region of the audio spectrum. Compare the response at 400Hz with the response measured at 1000 Hz.
  • Page 123: Figure 63: Tx Menu Tree (Wireline Transmit Level)

    4-wire NOTICE: Most Motorola dispatch consoles can generate a 1 kHz tone at the correct level by using the "Alert Tone" feature. Consult the appropriate console manual for more information. If the Wire Mode is set for 2 Wire operation, then inject the signal into the line two terminals of connector WL1.
  • Page 124: Wireline Squelch Level Tuning

    Chapter 10: SLR 8000 Programming and Tuning 8 Adjust the softpot value until 60% of the rated system deviation (RSD) is achieved. NOTICE: The Tuner aligns this parameter in a 12.5 kHz channel spacing, so 60% is 1.5 kHz of deviation. If the CPS is set for 25 kHz operation, the base station/repeater will automatically scale the deviation by a factor of two when it is outside the Tuner environment.
  • Page 125: Figure 64: Tx Menu Tree (Wireline Squelch Level)

    Chapter 10: SLR 8000 Programming and Tuning Location Pin Assignment Operation Line 2+ 2-wire Line 2- 2-wire Line 1- 4-wire Line 1+ 4-wire NOTICE: If the Wire Mode is set for 2 Wire operation, then inject the signal into the line two terminals of connector WL1.
  • Page 126: Wireline Status Tone Level Tuning (Analog Voting)

    Chapter 10: SLR 8000 Programming and Tuning NOTICE: • If enabled, the Wireline's Automatic Level Control (ALC) and Wireline Squelch Hysteresis features are automatically turned off when the radio is keyed up from the "PTT Toggle" button within the Tuner environment. The features are automatically re- enabled when the radio is de-keyed by pressing the "PTT Toggle"...
  • Page 127: Figure 65: Rx Menu Tree (Wireline Status Tone Level)

    Chapter 10: SLR 8000 Programming and Tuning Figure 65: Rx Menu Tree (Wireline Status Tone Level) 5 Set the Communication Analyzer to output a -47 dBm RF signal modulated with a 1 kHz tone at 100% of full deviation on the tuning frequency. The tuning frequency is the value displayed on the Tuner GUI under the heading of "Frequency Points".
  • Page 128: Changing To Battery Charger Only Mode

    Chapter 10: SLR 8000 Programming and Tuning Location Pin Assignment Operation Line 2+ 2-wire or 4-wire Line 2- 2-wire or 4-wire NOTICE: It is imperative that the load the Wireline/Aux board is driving, matches that of the Wireline/Aux board's source impedance setting noted in the Tuner environment. Optimally, it is recommended to use the actual load which is used during normal operation of the radio.
  • Page 129: Chapter 11: Slr 8000 Maintenance And Disassembly/Reassembly

    Disassembly and reassembly of the base station/repeater 11.2 Routine Maintenance NOTICE: Motorola Solutions recommends that the base station/repeater is cleaned with a soft dry cloth while in service. The base station/repeater and ancillary equipment have been designed with state-of-the-art technology and operate under software control, thus requiring minimal routine maintenance.
  • Page 130: Safe Handling Of Cmos And Ldmos Devices

    ESD chair. • Wear a conductive wrist strap in series with a 100k resistor to ground. (Replacement wrist straps that connect to the bench top covering can be ordered using the Motorola part number 4280385A59). • Do not wear nylon clothing while handling CMOS/LDMOS devices.
  • Page 131: Disassembly Of Optional Equipment

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly 11.5 Disassembly of Optional Equipment This section describes ways you can disassemble optional equipments. 11.5.1 External Circulator Tray Disassembly/Reassembly Prerequisites: NOTICE: For the correct procedure in handling static-sensitive parts, see Safe Handling of CMOS and LDMOS Devices on page 130.
  • Page 132: Disassembly

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly c Place the new Circulator Load module on the tray in the same position and orientation as the module which will be removed. d Secure the new Circulator Load to the External Dual Circulator module by tightening the connector.
  • Page 133: Disassembly - Detailed

    Torque Gauge capable of measuring torque up to 20 lb-in within +/- 1 lb-in If a unit requires more complete testing or service than is customarily performed at the basic level, send the base station/repeater or FRU to a Motorola Service Center. 11.6.2 Disassembly –...
  • Page 134: Front Bezel Disassembly

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly Figure 67: Removing Top Cover from Base Station/Repeater Table 46: Callout Legend Label Description Use Torx T15 Driver For This Screw 4 Remove the remaining ten screws securing the top cover with a T10 Torx driver. 5 Detach the top cover.
  • Page 135: Faceplate Disassembly

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly 11.6.2.3 Faceplate Disassembly Procedure: 1 Disengage the flex cable from the Modem that connects to the faceplate. Figure 69: Disconnecting Flex Cable from Modem 2 Remove the four screws securing the faceplate to the repeater frame with a T20 Torx driver. Remove the faceplate assembly from the unit.
  • Page 136: Fan Module Disassembly

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly 3 Pull the keypad out of the faceplate. 11.6.2.5 Fan Module Disassembly Prerequisites: NOTICE: If replacing the fans only, it is not necessary to remove the base station/repeater from the rack or remove either of the covers. However, please ensure that the power cord and all external cables are disconnected per Disassembly –...
  • Page 137: Cable Disassembly

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly Figure 72: Removing Screws from Bezel Clip 11.6.2.7 Cable Disassembly Prerequisites: NOTICE: When disengaging flexible cables, pull parallel to the insertion direction of the cable to avoid damaging the cables. Procedure: 1 Remove the flex cable that connects the Power Amplifier module to the Modem module by pulling out of the connectors.
  • Page 138: Power Supply Module Disassembly

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly Figure 73: Removing Cables 11.6.2.8 Power Supply Module Disassembly Prerequisites: NOTICE: Ensure all connections from Power Supply to various parts of the repeater have been detached. Procedure: 1 Remove the three screws securing the Power Supply module to the base station/repeater frame with a T20 Torx driver.
  • Page 139: Power Amplifier Disassembly

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly Procedure: 1 Remove the four screws securing the Modem module to the base station/repeater frame with a T20 Torx driver. 2 Remove the Modem module and Modem Gasket seal from the base station/repeater. Figure 75: Removing Modem Module 11.6.2.10 Power Amplifier Disassembly...
  • Page 140: Back Panel Disassembly

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly 11.6.2.11 Back Panel Disassembly Procedure: 1 Using a 16 mm hex nut driver, remove the two nuts securing the RX and Reference BNC cables to the back panel. 2 Remove the two corresponding lock washers and both cables. 3 Using a T10 Torx driver, remove the four screws securing the back panel to the base station/ repeater frame.
  • Page 141: Power Amplifier Module Installation (For Base Station Repeater With Preselector Module)

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly Procedure: 1 Connect the Power Amplifier to Modem flex cable (PN: CB000057A01) into the connector on the Power Amplifier module. See the following figure for orientation. Figure 78: Installing the Power Amplifier Module 2 Place the Power Amplifier module (PN: PMTE4000_) into the chassis using the grip points at the ends to lower into place.
  • Page 142: Modem Module Installation

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly Figure 79: Installing the Power Amplifier Module and Preselector Module 2 Place the Power Amplifier module (PN: PMTE4000_) into the chassis using the grip points at the ends to lower into place. 3 Using a T20 Torx driver, install two M4 x 16 mm screws (PN: 0371274L02) through the back panel clearance holes into the mounting points on the Power Amplifier module to 15 lb-in.
  • Page 143: Power Supply Installation (For Base Station/Repeater Without Wireline Card)

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly Figure 80: Securing Modem Gasket Seal 2 Lift the Chassis ID cable out of the way. CAUTION: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE CABLE. DAMAGE WILL OCCUR. 3 Place the Modem (PN: PMTE4032_) onto the chassis. 4 Using a T20 Torx driver, install the four M4 x 16 mm screws (PN: 0371274L02) and tighten to 15 lb-in.
  • Page 144: Power Supply Installation (For Base Station/Repeater With Wireline Card)

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly 4 Install a third M4 x 16 mm screw (PN: 0371274L02) at the mounting location at the other end of the module to 15 lb-in. Figure 82: Securing Power Supply to Base Station/Repeater Chassis 11.7.1.6 Power Supply Installation (for Base Station/Repeater with Wireline Card) This is an optional procedure.
  • Page 145: Back Panel Installation

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly Figure 83: Securing Power Supply with Wireline Card to Base Station/Repeater Chassis 11.7.1.7 Back Panel Installation Procedure: 1 Place the back panel (PN: EN000019A01) onto chassis. 2 Hold the top corners to ensure the back panel seats flat. 3 Using a T10 Torx driver, install four M3 x 6 mm screws (PN: 0310907A18) to 10 lb-in.
  • Page 146: Optional - Antenna Relay Installation

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly Figure 84: Securing Back Panel to Base Station/Repeater 11.7.1.8 OPTIONAL - Antenna Relay Installation For base station/repeater with Antenna Relay Module Procedure: 1 Place the Antenna Relay module onto the back panel as shown in the following figure. Send Feedback...
  • Page 147: Receive Cable Installation

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly Figure 85: Securing Antenna Relay Module 2 Using a T10 Torx driver, install two M3 screws (PN: 0310909A54) into place. 11.7.1.9 Receive Cable Installation Procedure: 1 Assemble the BNC to MCX coax cables (PNs: CB000058A01 and CB000164A01) into the corresponding holes in the back panel.
  • Page 148: Faceplate Installation

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly Figure 86: Installing RX Cables 11.7.1.10 Faceplate Installation Procedure: 1 Install the Front Panel to Modem Flex cable (PN: 84007002001) into the connector on the Faceplate assembly. 2 Ensure the cable is fully seated and installed straight. Figure 87: Installing Front Panel to Modem Flex Cable 3 Place the Faceplate (Kit Number: PMLN6822_) onto the front of the base station/repeater using the alignment pins to guide into place.
  • Page 149: Cable Installation

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly Figure 88: Aligning Faceplate to Front of Base Station/Repeater 4 Using a T20 Torx driver, install the four M4 x 10 mm screws (PN: 0310909A61) to 15 lb-in in the order shown in the following figure. Figure 89: Securing Faceplate to Base Station/Repeater 11.7.1.11 Cable Installation...
  • Page 150: Figure 90: Cable Installation

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly 5 Place the Power Amplifier, Modem and Power Amplifier Fan cables into the cable clamp (PN: 42009306002) and using a M4 x 10 mm screw (PN: 0310909A61) drive clamp into location 5. Tighten to 15 lb-in using a T20 Torx driver. 6 Place the Power Amplifier and Power Amplifier Fan cables into the cable clamp (PN: 42009306002) and using a M4 x 10 mm screw (PN: 0310909A61) drive clamp into location 6.
  • Page 151: Bezel Clip Installation

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly Figure 91: Option Cable Installation 11.7.1.12 Bezel Clip Installation Procedure: 1 Place the Bezel clip (PN: BR000050A01) in the location and orientation as shown in the following figure. 2 Install two M3 x 10 mm screws (PN: 0310907A20) through the chassis into the clip nut and tighten to 10 lb-in using a T10 Torx driver.
  • Page 152: Figure 93: Securing And Positioning The Rubber Isolators

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly 2 Once all four rubber isolators are pulled through the fan clips, pull the rubber isolators through the fans (PN: MR121971A02), orienting the fans such that the wires are in line with the printed text "wires"...
  • Page 153: Option Plug Installation

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly Label Description Cable 11.7.1.14 Option Plug Installation Procedure: 1 For models without the Expansion Board, install two Expansion Board plugs (PN: 3287533V01) into the holes as shown in the following figure. Figure 95: Installing Expansion Board Plugs 2 For models without the Antenna Relay, install the Antenna Relay plug and Brown Wire plug onto the back panel of the base station/repeater.
  • Page 154: Top Cover Installation

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly 11.7.1.15 Top Cover Installation Procedure: 1 Install one M3.5 x 6 mm screw (PN: 0310909A45) into the location indicated in the following figure. 2 Tighten to 10 lb-in using a T15 Torx driver. 3 Install ten flathead M3 x 6 mm screws (PN: 0310913B41).
  • Page 155: Exploded Mechanical View

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly 11.8 Exploded Mechanical View Figure 99: SLR 8000 Assembly Exploded View 11.9 Parts List Table 48: SLR 8000 Exploded View Parts List Item No. Description Part Number Quantity Base Frame PMHN4355_ Back Plate EN000019A01 PA FRU Table 49: FRU Part Num-...
  • Page 156: Torque Charts

    Chapter 11: SLR 8000 Maintenance and Disassembly/Reassembly Item No. Description Part Number Quantity M4 x 10 mm Screw 0310909A61 M3.5 Screw 0310909A45 Rx Cable CB000058A01 Rx Reference Cable CB000164A01 Cable Clamp 42009306002 Top Cover HN000168A01 Bottom Cover HN000168A02 Antenna Relay Plug SL000203A01 P-Temp Plug SL000204A01...
  • Page 157: Chapter 12: Slr 8000 Installation

    • the Motorola Quality Standard Fixed Network Equipment Installation manual, R56 (which can be obtained by ordering CDROM 9880384V83), specifically refer to the information on ground connection for lightning protection.
  • Page 158: Equipment Ventilation

    Chapter 12: SLR 8000 Installation These are: • Operating Temperature Range: -30 °C (-22 °F) to +60 °C (+140 °F) This is the temperature measured in close proximity to the base station/repeater. For example, if the base station/repeater is mounted in a cabinet, the temperature within the cabinet is measured. •...
  • Page 159: Dc Input Power Requirements

    The size of the wire used for this connection must be 8 AWG minimum. CAUTION: Refer to Motorola Quality Standards Fixed Network Equipment Installation Manual R56 (which can be obtained by ordering CDROM 9880384V83), for complete information regarding lightning protection.
  • Page 160: Floor-Mounted Cabinet

    Chapter 12: SLR 8000 Installation • In a floor-mount cabinet. Each floor-mount cabinet has front and rear vented doors and has the capacity to hold a minimum of a single base station/repeater (see thermal limitations described under Equipment Ventilation), and required ancillary equipment. The larger cabinets provide additional room for supplementary peripheral equipment.
  • Page 161: Recommended Tools And Equipment

    Chapter 12: SLR 8000 Installation Model Description DDN2194A 52 in. (132.08 cm) Modular Rack (27 RK U) The side, top and bottom views for all available modular racks are shown in the following figure. The top and bottom plates are identical and all dimensions and clearances are common to all racks. Recommended clearance front and rear is 91.44 cm (36 in.) minimum for servicing access.
  • Page 162: Initial Inspection

    Motorola Solutions. When a repeater is delivered from Motorola Solutions, it arrives in suitable packing materials. If the unpacked equipment is damaged, return it to Motorola Solutions in its original packaging.
  • Page 163: Transferring Equipment From Shipping Container To Rack Or Cabinet

    • 13.4 cm (5.25 in.) high • Two mounting rails 5 cm (2 in.) from front of cabinet with front mounting holes 5.7 cm (2.25 in.) apart (center to center). Contact Motorola Customer Support for specific questions regarding mounting equipment in customer-supplied cabinets. 12.2.2.2 Installing Racks In a typical installation, the rack is bolted to a concrete floor to provide stability.
  • Page 164: Installing Cabinets

    Chapter 12: SLR 8000 Installation CAUTION: Cement dust from concrete flooring is harmful to electronic equipment and wiring. Make sure that the rack and any collocated equipment are protected prior to drilling holes in the concrete floor. Use a tarpaulin, cloth, or plastic sheeting to cover exposed equipment.
  • Page 165: Copying The Repeater Codeplug Data To A Computer

    6 AWG copper wires. See the Motorola R56 manual Standards and Guidelines for Communication Sites (which can be obtained by ordering CDROM 9880384V83) for more information on proper bonding and grounding at a site.
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  • Page 167: Chapter 13: Slr 8000 Wireline

    SLR 8000 Wireline Chapter 13 SLR 8000 Wireline 13.1 Description The Wireline Interface Board is described in this section. A general description, identification of inputs and outputs, a functional block diagram, and functional theory of operation are provided. The information provided is sufficient to give service personnel a functional understanding of the module, allowing maintenance and troubleshooting to the module level.
  • Page 168: Specifications

    Chapter 13: SLR 8000 Wireline Figure 102: Wireline Board Jumpers and Input/Output Connections Table 53: Callout Legend Label Description GPIO1 GPIO2 GPIO3 P2301_1 Jumpers (E&M Type) P2200_1 (Antenna Relay/External Isolator Temp) J2301_1 (Modem Interface) J2300_1 (Modem Interface) P1200_3 Jumpers (DC Remote for WL1) P1200_4 Jumpers (DC Remote for WL2) NOTICE: WL1, WL2, GPIO1, GPIO2, and GPIO3 pin out information is in SLR 8000 Back...
  • Page 169: Board Configuration

    Chapter 13: SLR 8000 Wireline Parameter Specification Wireline Receive Level +7 to -30 dBm Return Loss > 20 dB Distortion Introduced < 0.5% 13.3 Board Configuration There are only two options on the Wireline board that must be configured through jumpers. All other configuration settings are modified using the Customer Programming Software (CPS).
  • Page 170: E&M Jumper Configuration

    Chapter 13: SLR 8000 Wireline Location Description Bottom (from left to right) Jumper pins: 1, 3, 5, and 7 13.3.2 E&M Jumper Configuration When operating the SLR 8000 in an E&M configuration via the Wireline board, there are two modes to choose from.
  • Page 171: Cps Configuration

    Chapter 13: SLR 8000 Wireline 13.3.3 CPS Configuration This section describes how to set up the Wireline board using the Customer Programming Software (CPS) tool. Ensure that the Wireline board is properly installed in the base station/repeater and that the CPS software is configured for "Expert View"...
  • Page 172: Other Wireline Configuration Options

    Chapter 13: SLR 8000 Wireline Figure 107: Setting 2-Wire/4-Wire Mode If TRC is chosen as the remote type, the TRC function tones must be mapped to their desired function. See the following figure. Figure 108: Setting Wireline TRC Functions 13.3.3.2 Other Wireline Configuration Options All remaining wireline options can be set as desired, with their respective functions explained in the CPS Help Pane.
  • Page 173: Tone Remote Control

    Chapter 13: SLR 8000 Wireline 13.4 Tone Remote Control A tone sequence must meet specific requirements for timing, amplitude, and frequency to be considered valid. The timing requirements for a tone sequence are defined in Figure 109: Timing Requirements for a Valid Tone Remote Control Sequence on page 173.
  • Page 174: Dc Remote Control

    Chapter 13: SLR 8000 Wireline Figure 110: Valid Amplitudes for Tone Remote Control Signaling HLGT (adjustable -30dBm -> +10dBm) Nominal 0dB 0 dB 100% RSD @ -1.6dB Valid HLGT Valid Function Test Tone / 60% RSD / Average Voice @ -6dB Tone Nominal -10dB Valid...
  • Page 175: Voting

    In other words, the level of Rx Guard Tone is always at the same level as that of Test Tone. While Status Tone is nominally set 13 dB below the Test Tone level for Motorola comparators, the Status Tone level can be adjusted via the Tuner application. See...
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  • Page 177: Chapter 14: Slr 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (Rfds) Equipment

    Equipment 14.1 Description The Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) equipment included in your system depends on what options were purchased from Motorola. The following lists some examples of the RFDS equipment available for your system. 14.1.1 General Description This section describes the preselector for the base station and repeater, as well as the duplexer, external dual circulator tray, and the antenna relay.
  • Page 178: Duplexer

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment Figure 112: Base Station/Repeater Preselector (UHF version shown) Table 60: Callout Legend Label Description RF Input RF Output 3, 4, and 5 Tuning Screws Tuning Plug 14.1.1.2 Duplexer This optional filter provides the capability to use a single antenna for both transmitter and Receiver. Only one transmitter and Receiver can be combined.
  • Page 179: External Dual Circulator Tray

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment Label Description RF to/from Antenna NOTICE: A Preselector is required when a base station/repeater Duplexer is ordered. 14.1.1.3 External Dual Circulator Tray An option for the SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater is an External Dual Circulator module which isolates the base station/repeater from the antenna, thus reducing the transmitter generated intermodulation.
  • Page 180: Specifications

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment Figure 115: Typical Antenna Relay Module – Inputs/Outputs Table 63: Callout Legend Label Description Connects to Station Transmit RF Output (from Power Amplifier Module) Connects to Single Transmit/Receive Antenna Connects to Station Receive RF Input (yo Receiver Module or to Optional Preselector) Antenna Relay Control Cable Snaps into Wireline Board...
  • Page 181: Base Station/Repeater Preselectors

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment 14.2.1 Base Station/Repeater Preselectors Table 64: SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater Preselector Filter Specifications (VHF) on page 181 shows the spec limits for the the VHF frequency band and Table 65: SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater Preselector Filter Specifications (UHF) on page 181 for the UHF frequency band for the Preselector.
  • Page 182: Duplexer

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment 14.2.2 Duplexer Table 66: SLR 8000 Duplexer Specifications (VHF) on page 182 shows the spec limit for Duplexer for VHF frequency band and Table 67: SLR 8000 Duplexer Specifications (UHF) on page 182 for UHF frequency band.
  • Page 183: External Dual Circulator Tray

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment 14.2.3 External Dual Circulator Tray Table 68: SLR 8000 External Dual Circulator Specifications (VHF) on page 183 shows the spec limit for External Dual Circulator Tray for VHF frequency band and Table 69: SLR 8000 External Dual Circulator Specifications (UHF) on page 183 for UHF frequency band.
  • Page 184: Antenna Relay

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment 14.2.4 Antenna Relay The following table shows the spec limit for Antenna Relay. Table 70: SLR 8000 Antenna Relay Specifications Parameter Antenna Relay Spec Limit Operating Frequency DC to 4 GHz @ 20°C Maximum Input Power 500 W @ 1 GHz Coil Specifications:...
  • Page 185: Internal Preselector Tuning Procedure (Preferred Method)

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment The internal preselector must be retuned if the preselector assembly or Receiver Module are replaced in the field, or if the base station/repeater operating frequency (s) are modified. The integrated varactor-tuned preselector is factory-tuned to cover the relevant frequency band in its entirety.
  • Page 186: Figure 116: Connecting Preselector To The Nwa

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment 1 Unit Connection a If necessary, disconnect and remove the 350–470 MHz band preselector assembly from the base station/repeater. b Connect the 350–470 MHz band preselector to the NWA via the adaptors and cables shown in the following figure.
  • Page 187: Figure 117: Initial Curve (Start 400 Mhz, Stop 620 Mhz)

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment Figure 117: Initial Curve (Start 400 MHz, Stop 620 MHz) To expand and thus better display the curve, readjust the STOP band value to a lower value (such as 505 MHz as shown in the following figure. Figure 118: Initial Curve (Start 400 MHz, Stop 505 MHz) b Rough Tuning a Adjustment of the tuning screws changes the position of the frequency peaks on the...
  • Page 188: Figure 119: Passband Tuning Of Tuning Screw 1

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment Figure 119: Passband Tuning of Tuning Screw 1 b Continue adjust tuning screw 1 until the peak moves into the 466–470 MHz range (the area between Marker 3 and Marker 4). See the following figure. Figure 120: Passband Tuning of Tuning Screw 1 to the New Passband c Adjust tuning screw 2 until the peak moves into the 466–470 MHz range (the area between Marker 3 and Marker 4).
  • Page 189: Figure 121: Passband Tuning Of Tuning Screw 2

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment Figure 121: Passband Tuning of Tuning Screw 2 Figure 122: Passband Tuning of Tuning Screw 2 to the New Passband d In a similar process as tuning with screws 1 and 2, tune screw 3 until the peak adjusted by it moves into the passband area between Marker 3 and Marker 4.
  • Page 190: Figure 123: Passband Tuning Of Tuning Screw 3 To The New Passband

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment Figure 123: Passband Tuning of Tuning Screw 3 to the New Passband c Fine Tuning a The 350–470 MHz band preselector is now roughly tuned to the required passband. See the following figure.
  • Page 191: Figure 126: Turn Screw Clockwise

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment in worse return loss such as shown in the following figure or better as shown in the subsequent figure. Figure 126: Turn Screw Clockwise Figure 127: Turn Screw Counterclockwise c Continue this process of adjusting each of the screws one at a time by small rotations until the optimized return loss performance is provided as shown in the following figure where all of the pass band return loss curve is well below the red limit line.
  • Page 192: Figure 128: Result After Fine Tuning

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment Figure 128: Result after Fine Tuning 3 Final Inspection a Inspect the final performance curves and parameter plot against the following specification limits Table 65: SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater Preselector Filter Specifications (UHF) on page 181.
  • Page 193: Internal Preselector Tuning Procedure (Alternate Method)

    The following test equipment is required to properly tune the preselector assembly. Item Type Network Analyzer Keysight E5062A/E5071B/E5071C or equivalent Tuning Cable N-type Tuning Probe Motorola part number 3082059X02 Torx Driver T10 bit Adaptor N-BNC 14.3.1.2.2 Equipment Setup For the 350–470 MHz preselector, perform the following 1 Initial frequency setup: Press the START key, input 310 MHz, then press the STOP key and input 620 MHz.
  • Page 194: Duplexer

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment 1 Unit Connection a Remove the protective plug of the probe cavity from the rear of the preselector. b Connect the 350–470 MHz band preselector to the NWA via the adaptors and cables shown in the following figure.
  • Page 195: Duplexer Tuning Procedure (With Basic Instruments)

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment CAUTION: This tuning procedure is valid for channels with a bandwidth of 200 kHz or less. If the bandwidth is more than 200 kHz, the duplexer must be tuned by the service depot. Tuning is performed by injecting RF signals and making tuning adjustments (using the tuning pass and notch and trimmer screws) while monitoring for maximum or minimum readings on the RF millivoltmeter.
  • Page 196: Figure 130: Preliminary Tasks Prior To Tuning Duplexer

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment Figure 130: Preliminary Tasks Prior to Tuning Duplexer Disconnect twelve N-type connectors and remove six cables from cavities. Low-Pass High - High-Pass Low- Notch Cavities Notch Cavities Notching Adjustment For each of the 6 cavities, use Screw open-end wrench to loosen locknuts (2 per cavity).
  • Page 197: Figure 131: Uhf Duplexer Field Tuning Procedure

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment Figure 131: UHF Duplexer Field Tuning Procedure To Start Remove cables from the duplexer, noting and label the position of each cable. Each cable is unique and must be returned to the original position when tuning is complete. Tuning Low Pass Resonators 6 dB In-line Boonton 92E RF...
  • Page 198: Figure 132: Uhf Duplexer Field Tuning Procedure (Continued)

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment Figure 132: UHF Duplexer Field Tuning Procedure (continued) Tuning High Notch Loop Assemblies Notch Adjustment Boonton 92E RF 1. Set up test equipment as shown, Screw and Lock Millivoltmeter connecting to cavity no.1. 2.
  • Page 199: Figure 133: Uhf Duplexer Field Tuning Procedure (Continued)

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment Figure 133: UHF Duplexer Field Tuning Procedure (continued) Verifying Insertion Loss Boonton 92E RF Millivoltmeter 1. Connect test equipment as shown. Range set to +10 dBm 2. Observe and note the level in dBm as shown on the millivoltmeter.
  • Page 200: Figure 134: Uhf Duplexer Field Tuning Procedure (Continued)

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment Figure 134: UHF Duplexer Field Tuning Procedure (continued) Verifying Isolation Aeroflex 3900 Series Communications System Analyzer Monitor Function. Center frequency set to Tx or Rx frequency, whichever is LOWER 1. Connect test equipment as Attenuator set to -50 dBm shown.
  • Page 201: Duplexer Tuning Procedure (With Advanced Instruments)

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment Figure 135: UHF Duplexer Field Tuning Procedure (continued) Post-Tuning Checks 1. Make sure all six notch adjustment lock nuts are tight. 2. Make sure all six pass adjustment lock nuts are tight. This completes the Duplexer Tuning Procedure (with basic instruments).
  • Page 202: Figure 136: Untuned Lo Side-Cavity 1

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment 2 If the unit to be tuned is one of the VHF sub-bands, unscrew all the tuning screw caps (two each for the LO side cavities, and one each for the HI side cavities). Use a torque wrench to loosen the screws by the side of the tuning rods.
  • Page 203: Figure 137: Tuned Ch1 - Lo Side-Cavity 1

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment Figure 137: Tuned CH1 - LO SIDE–Cavity 1 3 Turn the pass screw until Marker 2 falls in the dip of the CH2 curve as shown in the following figure. Lightly tighten the locknut in place to prevent further movement. Figure 138: Tuned CH1, CH2 - LO SIDE–Cavity 1 4 Do not change the settings on the network analyzer, just repeat Step 1, 2, and 3 for the other LO cavities 2 and 3 on the left.
  • Page 204: Figure 139: Untuned Hi Side-Cavity 4

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment Figure 139: Untuned HI SIDE–Cavity 4 2 Turn the notch screw until Marker 1 falls in the dip of the CH1 curve as shown in the following figure. Lightly tighten the locknut in place to prevent further movement. Figure 140: Tuned CH1 - HI SIDE–Cavity 4 3 Turn the pass screw until Marker 2 falls in the dip of the CH2 curve as shown in the following figure.
  • Page 205: Figure 142: Lo Side Response Curves

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment a Connect ports 1 and 2 of the NWA to the LO input side (far left) and ANT, respectively. The desired response on the NWA for m1 (return loss), m2 (insertion loss), and m3 (noise suppression) is as shown in the following figure.
  • Page 206: Figure 145: After Fine Tuning-Hi Side Response Curves

    Chapter 14: SLR 8000 Radio Frequency Distribution System (RFDS) Equipment Figure 145: After Fine Tuning–HI Side Response Curves 3 See the following figure for the post-tuning checks. Figure 146: UHF Duplexer Field Tuning Procedure (continued) 1. Make sure all six notch adjustment lock nuts are tight.
  • Page 207: Appendix A: Accessories

    Appendix A: Accessories Appendix A: Accessories Introduction Motorola provides the following approved accessories to improve the productivity of the SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater. For a list of Motorola-approved accessories, visit the following web site: http://www.motorolasolutions.com Cables Part No. Description 3082933N08...
  • Page 208: Preselectors

    PMPN4053_S SLR 8000 Power Supply Unit Service Kit PMLN6822_S SLR 8000 Front Panel Service Kit PMHN4355_ Chassis Service Kit (contact Motorola Service Center for replace- ment) PMLN7450_ SLR 8000 Fan Assembly Service Kit PMLN6730_S SLR 8000 Wireline Card Service Kit...
  • Page 209: Service Parts

    Appendix A: Accessories Service Parts Part No. Description 0185172Y03 UHF Cicrulator 0185172Y07 VHF Circulator 132 – 146 MHz 0185172Y06 VHF Circulator 144 – 160 MHz 0185172Y05 VHF Circulator 158 – 174 MHz 9185856Y01 UHF Low Pass Filter 9185856Y03 VHF Low Pass Filter 0185172Y10 RF Load Service Tools...
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  • Page 211: Appendix B: Replacement Parts Ordering

    Some replacement parts, spare parts, and/or product information can be ordered directly. While parts may be assigned with a Motorola Solutions part number, this does not guarantee that they are available from Motorola Solutions Radio Products and Solutions Organization (RPSO). Some parts may have become obsolete and no longer available in the market due to cancelations by the supplier.
  • Page 212: Parts Identification

    Appendix B: Replacement Parts Ordering 1-800-622-6210 1-847-576-3023 (United States and Canada) USFGMD (Federal Government Orders) 1-800-526-8641 (For Parts and Equipment Purchase Orders) Parts Identification Radio Products and Solutions Organization* (United States and Canada) 1-800-422-4210 Product Customer Service Radio Products and Solutions Organization (United States and Canada) 1-800-927-2744 * The Radio Products and Solutions Organization (RPSO) was formerly known as the Radio Products Services Division (RPSD) and/or the Accessories and Aftermarket Division (AAD).
  • Page 213: Appendix C : Motorola Service Centers

    If a unit requires further complete testing, knowledge and/or details of component level troubleshooting or service than is customarily performed at the basic level, please send the radio to a Motorola Service Center as listed below or your nearest Authorized Service Center.
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  • Page 215: Appendix D: Slr 8000 Third-Party Controllers

    • Community Repeater Panel (Zetron Model 38-Max) • Phone Patch (Zetron Model 30) • Tone Remote Adapter (Motorola Model L3276) • LTR (Trident Model Raider and Marauder) • Passport (Trident Model NTS) (see Note) CAUTION: Do not hot swap any of the third party controllers as this could (at a minimum) cause a malfunction with the base station/ repeater.
  • Page 216: Compatibility

    Appendix D: SLR 8000 Third-Party Controllers See Zetron Model 38 Repeater Panel Instruction Manual (supplied with the panel) for panel specifications, operation, installation, alignment, programming, and repair information. Figure 148: Model Zetron 38 Repeater Panel Compatibility Zetron Model 38 Repeater Panel is compatible for all versions of SLR 8000 software and hardware. Hardware Connections The connections between the SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater and the community repeater panel are facilitated with a multi-conductor cable connected between the SLR 8000 back panel AUX 25-Pin...
  • Page 217: Cps Configuration

    Appendix D: SLR 8000 Third-Party Controllers CPS Configuration The SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater will need to be configured via the CPS application as shown in the following figures. More specifically, the affected parameters are as follows: • Audio Type Flat Unsquelched •...
  • Page 218: Community Repeater Panel Settings

    Appendix D: SLR 8000 Third-Party Controllers Figure 151: CPS Configuration for Community Repeater Panel (2 of 2) Community Repeater Panel Settings The input and output levels should be adjusted per the community repeater panel’s instructions. The summary below gives a brief overview of the high level characteristics and community repeater panel settings for configuration with the SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater.
  • Page 219: Carrier Operated Relay (Cor)

    Appendix D: SLR 8000 Third-Party Controllers Carrier Operated Relay (COR) For use with the SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater, configure the specified back panel switches on the community repeater panel as follows: • Switch 6 “COR source internal/external” (set to the Down position) •...
  • Page 220: Cps Configuration

    Appendix D: SLR 8000 Third-Party Controllers board section of this manual. See Zetron Model 30 manual for its connector and physical Pin locations. The part number for a pre-fabricated cable is noted in the SLR 8000 ordering guide. Figure 153: Signal Connections between SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater and Zetron Model 30 Phone Patch (Analog Phone Patch Cable &...
  • Page 221: Phone Patch Level Settings

    Appendix D: SLR 8000 Third-Party Controllers • Squelch Type (Tx) Figure 154: CPS Configuration for Phone Patch (1 of 2) Figure 155: CPS Configuration for Phone Patch (2 of 2) Phone Patch Level Settings The input and output levels should be adjusted per the phone patch’s instructions. The summary below gives a brief overview of the high level characteristics and phone patch settings for configuration with the SLR 8000.
  • Page 222: Tx Audio

    The SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater is capable of decoding function tones, sent over a Wireline from a remote analog deskset or console, via the Motorola Tone Remote Adapter (Model L3276). When properly configured, the Tone Remote Adapter will perform the following functions in conjunction with the SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater: •...
  • Page 223: Hardware Connections

    Pin locations are noted in the backplane interface board section of this manual. See Motorola L3276 25-Pin manual for its connector and physical Pin locations. The part number for a pre- fabricated cable is noted in the SLR 8000 ordering guide.
  • Page 224: Figure 158: Cps Configuration For L3276 Tone Remote Adapter (For A 15 Channel Remote Control)

    Appendix D: SLR 8000 Third-Party Controllers Set to 0 for console priority • GPIO Pin number 2, 11 Ext PTT Active Low • GPIO Pin number 4 CSQ Detect or PL/ Talk group Detect Active Low • GPIO Pin number 24 Monitor Active Low •...
  • Page 225: Tone Remote Adapter Settings

    Appendix D: SLR 8000 Third-Party Controllers Tone Remote Adapter settings The input and output levels should be adjusted per the Tone Remote Adapter’s instructions. The summary below gives a brief overview of the high level characteristics and typical Tone Remote Adapter settings for configuration with the SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater.
  • Page 226: Compatibility

    Appendix D: SLR 8000 Third-Party Controllers Figure 159: Model Trident’s Marauder Figure 160: Model Trident’s Raider Figure 161: Model Trident’s NTS Compatibility Trident Model Raider, Marauder and NTS are compatible for all versions of SLR 8000 Software and Hardware. Hardware Connections The connections between the SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater and the trunking controllers are facilitated with a multi-conductor cable connected between the J7 SLR 8000 back panel AUX 25-Pin connector and that of the connector on the trunking controller.
  • Page 227: Cps Configuration

    Appendix D: SLR 8000 Third-Party Controllers • Ground NOTICE: If this connection is used, the external equipment must draw less than 1A. This connection is not supported for the NTS controller. Signal connections are noted in Figure 150: CPS Configuration for Community Repeater Panel (1 of 2) on page 217.
  • Page 228: Trunking Controller Settings

    Appendix D: SLR 8000 Third-Party Controllers Ext PTT Active Low Figure 163: CPS Configuration for Trident Model Raider, Marauder and NTS Trunking Controller Settings The input and output levels should be adjusted per the trunking controller’s instructions. The summary below gives a brief overview of the high level characteristics and trunking controller settings for configuration with the SLR 8000 Base Station/Repeater.
  • Page 229: Appendix E: Audio Enhancement

    Appendix E: Audio Enhancement Appendix E: Audio Enhancement Overview The Hear Clear, Flutter Fighter, and Companding features improve analog audio quality in a multi-path fading environment. The Hear Clear (Companding and Flutter Fighter activated together) and Flutter Fighter features are only available in the 800 and 900 MHz bands, while the Companding feature is available for all bands.
  • Page 230: Companding Feature Configuration Between Third-Party Controllers And Subscriber

    Appendix E: Audio Enhancement Companding feature configuration between third-party controllers and subscriber The companding feature requires matching configuration between the third-party controllers and the subscriber. SLR 8000 with Phone Patch/Tone Remote Adapter Subscriber Companding Companding None None Companding feature configuration between the repeater and subscribers The companding feature requires matching configurations between the subscribers.
  • Page 231: Appendix F : Mototrbo Repeater - Eme Assessment

    The Electromagnetic Energy (EME) compliance boundaries in a typical system configuration of the Motorola MOTOTRBO SLR 5000 Series Repeater described in the following are derived. Compliance is established with respect to the applicable limits defined in the ICNIRP guidelines [1], the United States regulations [2]-[3], and in the CENELEC Standards EN50384:2002 [5] and EN50385:2002 [6].
  • Page 232: Figure 164: Reference Frame For The Point Of Interest (Poi) Cylindrical Co-Ordinates

    Appendix F : MOTOTRBO Repeater – EME ASSESSMENT Figure 164: Reference frame for the point of interest (POI) cylindrical co-ordinates Per the reference frame in Figure 164: Reference frame for the point of interest (POI) cylindrical co- ordinates on page 232, the cylindrical-wave model is applicable in the volume described in cylindrical co-ordinates for omni-directional array antennas as follows:...
  • Page 233: Exposure At Ground Level

    Appendix F : MOTOTRBO Repeater – EME ASSESSMENT where available power at the antenna port (W); physical antenna length (metres); peak antenna directivity (unit-less), assumed equal to the peak gain electrical down-tilt angle of the antenna main beam (radians), and is the distance from the antenna center (metres).
  • Page 234: Typical System Configuration

    Appendix F : MOTOTRBO Repeater – EME ASSESSMENT where is the free-space wavenumber and L is the effective antenna length yielding the appropriate vertical beamwidth, while H is the antenna height above ground and d is the point of interest (POI) distance from the vertical antenna projection to ground (see the following figure). The multiplicative factor 2.56 is introduced to enforce near-perfect, in-phase ground reflection as recommended in [2].
  • Page 235: Exposure Limits

    Appendix F : MOTOTRBO Repeater – EME ASSESSMENT Exposure Limits Based on the operating frequency range, the most conservative power density limits are those defined in the ICNIRP guidelines [1]. They are 10.1 W/m2 for occupational exposure, and 2.02 W/m2 for general public exposure.
  • Page 236: Product Put In Service

    Appendix F : MOTOTRBO Repeater – EME ASSESSMENT Figure 166: Compliance boundary for general public (GP) and occupational (OCC) exposure Product Put In Service Some regulations require that additional exposure assessments be performed when putting the product in service, to account for antenna site-specific circumstances such as the environment (e.g.
  • Page 237 Appendix F : MOTOTRBO Repeater – EME ASSESSMENT (110 MHz–40 GHz). Occupational. CENELEC (European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization). 6 EN 50385:2002. Product standard to demonstrate the compliance of radio base stations and fixed terminal stations for wireless telecommunication systems with the basic restrictions or the reference levels related to human exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields (110 MHz–40 GHz).
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  • Page 239: Glossary Of Terms And Acronyms

    Glossary of Terms and Acronyms Glossary of Terms and Acronyms This glossary contains an alphabetical listing of terms and their definitions that are applicable to repeater products. All terms do not necessarily apply to all radios, and some terms are merely generic in nature.
  • Page 240 Glossary of Terms and Acronyms Digital Signal Processor, microprocessor specifically designed to perform digital signal processing algorithms. Electronic Industries Association Electro Static Discharge European Union Federal Communications Commission. Frequency Modulation Frequency Number of times a complete electromagnetic-wave cycle occurs in a fixed unit of time (usually one second).
  • Page 241 Light Emitting Diode: An electronic device that lights up when electricity is passed through it. Motorola Data Communications. 1200 or 4800 baud data signalling scheme. Megahertz: One million cycles per second. Used especially as a radio-frequency unit.
  • Page 242 Glossary of Terms and Acronyms Radio Frequency: The portion of the electromagnetic spectrum between audio sound and infrared light (approximately 10 kHz to 10 GHz). RSSI Received Signal Strength Indicator; a dc voltage proportional to the received RF signal strength. Receive.
  • Page 243 Glossary of Terms and Acronyms Transmitter Electronic equipment that generates and amplifies an RF carrier signal, modulates the signal, and then radiates it into space. Trunking Radio control system which permits efficient frequency utilization and enhanced control features. Transmit. Ultra High Frequency Universal Serial Bus: An external bus standard that supports data transfer rates of 12 Mbps.
  • Page 244 MOTOROLA, MOTO, MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS and the Stylized M logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC and are used under license. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. © 2016 Motorola Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved.