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APPLICANT: MOTOROLA INC.
FCC ID: IHDT5AT1
USERS MANUAL INFORMATION
1. A preliminary draft copy of the users manual follows:
Note: This preliminary English version of the manual does not contain graphics. It is
text only. The RF safety and antenna installation sections are on page 8.
EXHIBIT 8
Supplement 9-8-00

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  • Page 1 APPLICANT: MOTOROLA INC. FCC ID: IHDT5AT1 USERS MANUAL INFORMATION 1. A preliminary draft copy of the users manual follows: Note: This preliminary English version of the manual does not contain graphics. It is text only. The RF safety and antenna installation sections are on page 8.
  • Page 2 MOTOROLA CMR 2100 – General View 1/78 CMR2100 UM.doc...
  • Page 3 All MOTOROLA cellular phones are designed and manufactured to meet MOTOROLA's exacting specifications and world-class quality standards. The CMR 2100 is no exception to this rule. This car phone successfully passed reliability trials, such as temperature, humidity, vibration, dust, shaking, and dropping.
  • Page 4 Contents Introduction What's new? Major advantages Safe and efficient operation The Basics General view Using the phone Using the smart button Reading the indicators Placing and ending calls Receiving calls Redialing numbers Basic tone controls Your phone and its shortcuts Using memory Making the most of memory Storing names and phone numbers...
  • Page 5 Instant redial Display options submenu Changing the language Changing the banner Backlighting Auto hyphen 24-hour clock Mini Browser options Launching the Mini Browser Power up mode Confirm at start-up System options submenu Displaying the system ID Using messaging Access to messages Caller IDs Caller ID options Voice mail options...
  • Page 6 What's new? The CMR 2100 car phone is an innovative product incorporating the CDMA advanced digital technology, which offers the following new features: Mini Browser WAP The browser permits fast and easy access to personal information services* such as weather reports, sports results, traffic reports, etc.
  • Page 7 • Updating the phonebook from a computer If the MOTOROLA data connecting kit* is installed in your car you can transfer names and phone numbers between your PC and the CMR 2100 (in both directions), using the Phone Synchronizer software.
  • Page 8 Adjust the ringer style to the type you wish • Large, easy to use keypad in Hebrew and English • Large, easy-to-read display • As you get to know the CMR 2100 you will discover more and more important and easy-to-use features. 7/78 CMR2100 UM.doc...
  • Page 9 Safety Information IMPORTANT: Read this information before using your wireless mobile phone. Exposure to Radio Frequency Signals Your wireless mobile telephone is a low power radio transmitter and receiver. When it is ON, it receives and also sends out radio frequency (RF) signals. International agencies have set standards and recommendations for the protection of public exposure to RF electromagnetic energy.
  • Page 10 Mobile Configuration Do not operate your mobile telephone when a person is within 8 inches (20 centimeters) of the antenna. A person or object within 8 inches (20 centimeters) of the antenna could impair call quality and may cause the phone to operate at a higher power level than necessary and expose that person to RF energy in excess of that established by the FCC RF Exposure Guidelines.
  • Page 11 Posted Facilities Turn your phone OFF in any facility where posted notices so require. Blasting Areas To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your phone OFF when in a "blasting area" or in areas posted: "Turn off two-way radios." Obey all signs and instructions. Blasting Areas To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your phone OFF when in a "blasting area"...
  • Page 12 Overview See illustration on front page Signal strength Displays the strength of the connection between your phone and the wireless network. Alpha numeric display Status indicators Volume keys The upper and lower keys enable you to adjust the keypad, the ringer and earpiece volume. In addition, you can use them to browse through memory and scan the menus.
  • Page 13 Overview See illustration on front page [**] Messages key – Opens the messages menu Real time clock – The clock is automatically displayed when you are in area of full CDMA digital system coverage. Function keys [PWR] Turns the phone ON and OFF [FCN] Acts as a "shift"...
  • Page 14 * If the banner has not been changed in your phone ( see page __). Using the smart button The smart button [MENU] simplifies use of the CMR 2100 and enables you to dial, end a call, enter the menu and operate or cancel features, and select items from the display.
  • Page 15 Reading the indicators [diagram] Signal strength Displays the strength of the connection between your phone and the wireless network. The more lights that come on, the greater is your chance of making and receiving calls. If no signal strength lights come on, this means you are in an area in which it is impossible to make phone contact.
  • Page 16 Enter number Enter the number you want to call, for example 5551234 correct errors Press [CLR] to erase one digit at a time if you make errors. Press and hold [CLR] to erase the entire entry and start again. Press and hold [MENU] until you hear a dual tone, or press [SEND] to call. You will see: Dialing 03 5551234...
  • Page 17 If you wish to make the call using the handset, press simultaneously the pair of buttons on the handset holder to release the handset. To end the call press [END] and replace the handset. Unanswered call indicator Sometimes you are unavailable to answer calls. If your phone is ON, it keeps a count of unanswered calls.
  • Page 18 Press [CLR] or [END] to clear the display, and you can begin placing calls again. Call Waiting If you subscribe to Call Waiting through your service provider, you may hear a tone while on a call, indicating that you are receiving a second call. Press [SEND] to answer the call and automatically place the current call on hold.
  • Page 19 This feature permits dialing any of the last ten numbers dialed. Enter list Press [RCL] and then [0], [0]. The display will show the last number you dialed. Review list Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll through the last calls made, starting from the last number. For example: You will see: [display]...
  • Page 20 Your phone and its shortcuts Throughout this guide you will see shortcuts that point out simple ways to access some of your phone's features. If you have owned a MOTOROLA phone before, some of these shortcuts will already be familiar to you.
  • Page 21 Making the most of memory Tip: If you purchase a MOTOROLA data Connectivity Kit, you can easily transfer data between your phone and computer. See page __. Numbered 01-99, each memory location allows you to store a name and as many as four phone numbers.
  • Page 22 Enter a digit and press [← *] to store in the next available location beginning with that digit. Choose label: Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll through the icons. From left to right: Work, home, mobile, pager, fax, or other. Press [MENU] or [STO] to select the highlighted icon.
  • Page 23 Tip: Press the upper or lower volume keys to switch between upper and lower case letters. Recalling from memory Recalling by name Once you have stored entries, you can recall them alphabetically, and immediately place calls. Press the smart button twice to enter the phonebook. Enter Press [MENU] twice to enter your name directory.
  • Page 24 Begin Press [RCL] to begin recalling. Enter location Enter the two-digit memory location of the entry you are looking for. Select entry Press [MENU] to select the displayed entry. You will see the first number stored in the location. Choose number Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll through the numbers stored in that location.
  • Page 25 Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to the name you are looking for. Choose number Press [MENU] to select the entry, then press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to the icon of the number you would like to delete. Clear entry Press [CLR] to clear the entry.
  • Page 26 Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to the name you are looking for and press [MENU] to select. Select number Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to the number you want to make the dialing shortcut for that location and press [STO] to select. You will see: Edit number. Select SET Press [CLR].
  • Page 27 Enter numbers Enter the next group of numbers, for example the number of the voice mail box. In the automated system requires a * or #, enter these symbols too. Insert pause Enter an additional pause followed by the next group of numbers, by repeating steps 2–3. After you finish entering the entire group, store it in memory in the same way as you would store any other number.
  • Page 28 If you have stored a pause in the 2nd location, your phone will pause as usual when it reaches the pause character. Using calling cards Storing calling card numbers Number characters are another way your phone can save you time in dialing. The number character saves a place in the memory sequence for whatever number you are calling when you use your calling card.
  • Page 29 Press [↓] to scroll down Press [MENU] to select Shortcut Experienced MOTOROLA users: Make use of shortcuts. You will discover that in many cases the sequence of key presses is identical to that for other MOTOROLA phone. 28/78 CMR2100 UM.doc...
  • Page 30 Phone options (page ___) Previous use capability If you are already familiar with previous MOTOROLA phones, you may prefer to use your phone's [? *] and [#? ] keys to scroll through the menu system. In the chapters that follow, detailed instructions describe the operation of each feature. We will explain everything you need to know about your new phone, including how to access and use a feature and what happens when you do.
  • Page 31 Follow these symbols as a guide for using the volume keys and smart button: Press [↑] to scroll up. Press [↓] to scroll down. Press [MENU] to select. Road Map Press [FCN] then press [MENU] to enter the menu system. Start Phone Book (page ___) →...
  • Page 32 Then press [END] again. Tip: Press [MENU] while scrolling through the icons to go to another entry. Recalling by location Each entry you store is placed in a memory location numbered 01–99. Once you have stored the entry, you can use this feature to recall it by the number of the location. Enter menu Press [FCN] then press [MENU].
  • Page 33 Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to Phone book status and press [MENU] to select. You will see: XX in use XX empty. Exit menu Press [END] to exit menu, or you may scroll to other features. Storing a new number This feature allows you to create a new entry in the internal phone book.
  • Page 34 Tip: IF the name or number is already in your phone book, you will see: Duplicate name or number. Press [END] and start storing again. Editing a memory location You can use this feature to add a number to an entry, change an old number, or duplicate an entry to make a similar one in a snap.
  • Page 35 If you would like to move the entry to a new location and keep the original entry, then press and hold [CLR] to erase the location and enter a new two digit location. You will see the name associated with the entry. Edit name Press [CLR] to erase one letter at a time, or press and hold [CLR] to erase the entire name.
  • Page 36 When receiving calls: If you subscribe to Caller ID, your phone automatically looks up callers in your phone book and displays the name stored in the entry. If you prefer to see the caller's number (555-1212), then turn Number preference ON. Enter menu Press [FCN] then [MENU].
  • Page 37 Individual timer off (Page ___) One minute timer off (Page ___) Repeating timer off (Page ___) Single timer off (Page ___) To main menu Viewing the individual timer The individual timer records the air-time of your most recent call in hours, minutes, and seconds, from the time you press [SEND] until you press [END].
  • Page 38 You will see the air-time in minutes since you last reset the timer. Exit Menu Press [END] to exit the menu, or you may scroll to other features. Shortcut #1: Press [RCL] then [*→ ] three times to view this timer. Shortcut #2: Press [FCN], [MENU], then [4], [6] to view this menu.
  • Page 39 Reset timer Press [MENU] to reset. You will see: Resettable time 00000. Exit Menu Press [END] to exit the menu, or you may scroll to other features. Shortcut: Press [FCN], [MENU], then [4], [3], and continue with step 4. Shortcut: Press [FCN], then [0], [7], [CLR] to reset the timer.
  • Page 40 Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Timers, and press [MENU] to select. Find feature Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: One minute timer. Toggle timer Press [MENU] to toggle the timer ON or OFF. Exit Menu Press [END] to exit the menu, or you may scroll to other features. Shortcut: Press [FCN], [MENU], then [4], [4], and continue with step 4.
  • Page 41 You can set this timer to beep during your calls at a time that you select – from 11 to 999 seconds. It will beep once during each call, 10 seconds before the end of the preset time, and the party on the other end will not hear the beeps.
  • Page 42 Start: Phone book (page –) [↓] Timers (page –) [↓] Tone control (page –) [MENU] Silent mode off (page –) [↓] Ringer style 1 (page –) [↓] Setup Msg tones (page –) [↓] Reminder tones setup (page –) [↓] Keypad tones ON (page –) [↓] DTMF select...
  • Page 43 Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Tone control, and press [MENU] to select. Enter features Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Ringer style, and press [MENU] to select. Select ringer Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll through the ringer styles, or press [1] to [9]. As you scroll, your phone will give an audible sample of the currently displayed style.
  • Page 44 Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Tone control, and press [MENU] to select. Find feature Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Reminder tones setup and press [MENU] to select. Select call or Msg tone Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Call remind tone or Msg remind tone and press [MENU] to select.
  • Page 45 Enter Menu Press [FCN] then press [MENU]. Enter Tone control Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Tone control, and press [MENU] to select. Enter feature Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: DTMF Select, and press [MENU] to select. Select setting Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Transmit DTMF long, Transmit DTMF short, or Transmit DTMF OFF, and press [MENU] to select.
  • Page 46 Exit menu Press [END] to exit the menu, or you may scroll to other features. Keep in mind: Your phone will always beep if a call is dropped. Lock/ Security While you probably would not want to leave your phone unattended, your phone has a number of built-in security features to prevent unauthorized use.
  • Page 47 [↓] Master reset (page ___) [↓] Master clear (page ___) [↓] To main menu Auto lock Turn this feature ON and your phone will automatically lock itself each time the phone is turned OFF. Enter menu Press [FCN] and then press [MENU] Enter lock secure Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Lock secure, and press [MENU] to select.
  • Page 48 Tip: If you have forgotten the code, try to enter [1], [2], [3] or the last three digits of your phone number. Priority call Your phone's priority call feature allows you to instantly place a call from location 01, even when your phone is locked.
  • Page 49 Place call When Priority call is ON, press and hold [1] at any time. Keep in mind: If call restriction Service level 1 is enabled, the Turbo Dial keys will not be active. To override the restriction and place a priority call, press [RCL], [1], [SEND]. See page ___ for information on your phone's service levels.
  • Page 50 Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Lock secure, and press [MENU] to select. Access secure options Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Secure options and press [MENU]. You will see: Secure code ____. Enter your six digit secure code. Begin change Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: change lock code and press [MENU] to select.
  • Page 51 Enter menu Press [FCN] and then press [MENU] Enter lock secure Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Lock secure, and press [MENU] to select. Access secure options Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Secure options and press [MENU]. You will see: Secure code ____.
  • Page 52 Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Master reset and press [MENU] to select. You will see: Reset? Confirm reset Press [MENU] to confirm. You will see: Standard setting. or Exit Press [END] to exit without resetting. Exit menu Press [END] to exit the menu, or you may scroll to other features. Shortcut: Press [FCN], then [MENU], then [5], [2], and continue from step 3.
  • Page 53 Personal identification number (PIN) Your service provider may require a Personal/ Identification Number (PIN) when placing calls. If so, you will probably want to activate this feature, which allows you to send your PIN code with one touch of a button. Note: Program this feature once only.
  • Page 54 Press [FCN] then [MENU] to enter the menu system. Start: Phone Book [↓] Timers (page –) [↓] Tone control (page –) [↓] Lock secure (page –) [↓] Phone options (page –) [MENU] Change number (page –) [↓] Phone info (page –) [↓] Feature review (page –)
  • Page 55 [MENU] Display system ID (page –) [↓] To main menu (page –) Changing your number [This feature is intended for subscribers to the PELE-ABROAD service (when travelling abroad only), for whom 2 phone numbers are programmed in the phone.] Your phone can be activated with up to 4 unique phone numbers.
  • Page 56 Feature review After you have spent some time adjusting your phone's settings, use this feature to review the changes you have made. When you enter Feature Review, your phone will display any features that you have changed from their default factory settings. Keep in mind: Feature review is simply an opportunity to review –...
  • Page 57 Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: PIN inactive or active, and press [MENU] to toggle. Exit menu Press [END] to exit the menu, or you may scroll to other features. Storing PIN code in Memory Location 07 When PIN code is active, your phone automatically uses the number stored in Location 07 as your PIN code.
  • Page 58 Toggle feature Press [MENU] to toggle the feature ON or OFF. Exit menu Press [END] to exit the menu, or you may scroll to other features. Keep in mind: If there are any digits in your scratchpad or if your phone is locked, this feature will not work.
  • Page 59 Enter Call options Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Call options, and press [MENU] to enter. Find feature Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Instant redial. Toggle feature Press [MENU] to toggle the feature ON or OFF. Exit menu Press [END] to exit the menu, or you may scroll to other features.
  • Page 60 Press [FCN] then press [MENU]. Enter phone options Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Phone options, and press [MENU] to select. Enter display options Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Display options, and press [MENU] to enter. Begin selection Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Change language, and press [MENU] to enter.
  • Page 61 Just turn Auto hyphen ON to have all phone numbers automatically hyphened on the display. This allows you to easily distinguish between area codes, call prefixes, and other numbers. Enter menu Press [FCN] then press [MENU]. Enter phone options Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Phone options, and press [MENU] to select. Enter display options Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Display options, and press [MENU] to enter.
  • Page 62 Launching the Mini Browser Select this feature to launch the Mini Browser and access sports scores, stock reports, weather reports, and more. Enter menu Press [FCN] then press [MENU]. Enter phone options Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Phone options, and press [MENU] to select. Enter Minibrowser options Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Mini Browser options, and press [MENU] to enter.
  • Page 63 Confirm at start-up Your phone can display reminders when you launch the Mini Browser to indicate that your time browsing may be charged. This feature toggles the reminder ON or OFF. Enter menu Press [FCN] then press [MENU]. Enter phone options Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Phone options, and press [MENU] to select.
  • Page 64 Using Messaging* Use of text messages If your service provider supplies the text messages service, your phone is capable of receiving pager-like alpha numeric messages. Your phone can store up to 100 text messages (depending on their length) and can automatically replace the old messages by new ones received.
  • Page 65 When you open the Messaging menu the icon of the message type you received will be flashing. [Caller ID Voice mail Messages Send message Mini Browser Alert] Tip: See page ___ for information on receiving caller IDs. Tip: For more information on Mini Browser Alerts, se page ___. Tip: Your Service Provider holds your messages and will forward them after you have made room.
  • Page 66 Select Caller Press [↑] or [↓] to highlight a Caller ID to view, and press [MENU] to view complete information for that call. [Number of times they called Caller's name Caller's phone number] Keep in mind: You will see the caller's name only if it is stored in your phone book. [**] A check mark will appear in the corner if you have answered or returned the call.
  • Page 67 If you have one or more Voice Mail messages, you will see: [You have Voice Mail] or "You have ** Voice Mail messages" if the message includes the number of messages received for you. To listen to your messages, dial your access number. Your phone will do this automatically with one keypress.
  • Page 68 Select messages Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Messages, and press [MENU] to select. [Selected message More messages to left Locked Msg Msg number Text of message More messages to right Time and date of msg. Sender's number More text] You will see a row of + symbols, one for each message.
  • Page 69 Lock (Unlock) Call back Store to memory] Choose function Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to one of the following: To Msg menu. Press [MENU] to return your phone to the messaging menu. Exit. Press [MENU] to exit messaging to idle mode. Delete message.
  • Page 70 Turn to page ___ for a detailed explanation of all the keys. * Contact your service provider for availability. Getting started browsing To get started with your Mini Browser, you will need an IP address for your phone. The IP address is the location of a server provided by the Service Provider, and it will be loaded into your phone by your Service Provider when you subscribe to this service.
  • Page 71 Select item Press the key matching the number of the list item. In the above example, press [7] for Email. Scroll Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll up and down the page. You can also use [← *] or [#→ ]. Above, press [↓] once to scroll to email, twice to scroll to the To-Do list.
  • Page 72 Left soft key Press [RCL] to choose the option on the left. In the above example, press [RCL] to select OK and accept the highlighted option: Web Sites. Right Soft Key Press [STO] to choose the option on the right. In the above example, press [STO] to select Inbox.
  • Page 73 Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll to: Bookmarks, and press [MENU] to select. Scroll Press [↑] or [↓] to scroll through your bookmarks and press [MENU] to select the highlighted bookmark. Keep in mind: Bookmarks are only available while browsing. Mini Browser Alerts To stay current with changing information, like stock prices or sports scores, you can subscribe to Mini Browser Alerts through your Service Provider*.
  • Page 74 At times you may need to enter information while browsing, like a keyword for searching or a message. If you see a "I" symbol, you can use the keypad to enter letters and punctuation in the same way you do for the internal phone book. See page ___ for more information. Security To find out if the information you are sending is secure, just look at the lower line of the display.
  • Page 75 Using Data features* Add the MOTOROLA Data Connectivity Kit** to your wireless package and transform your Digital CMRZ100 phone into a convenient and portable fax modem. Use the data cable**** to connect your digital phone to a compatible computer, and you can then send faxes***, access the Internet, send and check email, transmit and receive data wherever there is a wireless signal.
  • Page 76 Getting started with the Data Connectivity Kit Attaching the Data Cable Before you install the fax/modem software on your computer, it is a good idea to attach the cable to the computer and phone. Plug into phone Plug the smaller (male) end of the data cable, with the release tab facing up, into the accessory connector on your phone.
  • Page 77 Close Always close the connection through the application on your computer. See the software user's guide for more help. Your phone will return to the idle display. Note: To place or receive calls when the data cable is connected between your phone and computer, move the VOICE/DATA switch to VOICE.
  • Page 78 Keep in mind: Data Setup is only available if your Service Provider requires pre-arrangement and the data cable is connected to your phone. Receiving a data call When you have an incoming data or fax call, your phone's display will show what kind of call your are receiving, along with the number of the caller.
  • Page 79 • Full synchronization between the list of phone numbers stored in the Outlook environment and your phone. • The software works in Outlook 97 and above environments. * Contact your service provider for availability. Accessory options Data Connectivity Kit* This exciting new accessory transforms your phone into a fax modem. Use the data cable to connect your digital phone to a computer, and you can fax*, access the Internet*, send and check email, and transmit and receive data wherever there's a wireless signal.

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