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  • Page 1 Technical Information G24 D ’ OTOROLA EVELOPER UIDE ’ EVELOPER ENGLISH APRIL 1, 2006 6889192V26-B...
  • Page 2 Motorola, Inc. does not assume any liability arising out of the application or use of any product, software, or circuit described herein;...
  • Page 3 Usage and Disclosure Restrictions License Agreements The software described in this document is the property of Motorola, Inc. and its licensors. It is furnished by express license agreement only and may be used only in accordance with the terms of such an agreement.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Connecting the G24 ........
  • Page 6 G24 Interface Connector........
  • Page 7 G24 Developer’s Kit—Right Side View with Cover....... . . 2...
  • Page 9 G24 Developer’s Kit Package Contents ........
  • Page 11: Manual Scope

    Motorola G24 cellular engine into an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) wireless host device. With the help of this manual, the user can utilize the Developer's Kit to conduct a full series of test and evaluation procedures on the G24, as well as perform application development.
  • Page 12: Developer Board Safety

    16 dBi. Contact Us We at Motorola want to make this guide as helpful as possible. Keep us informed of your comments and suggestions for improvements. For general contact, technical support, report documentation errors and to order manuals, use this email address: n2cshd@motorola.com...
  • Page 13: Text Conventions

    Motorola, Inc. assumes no liability for the customer’s failure to comply with these requirements. The safety precautions listed below represent warnings of certain dangers of which we are aware.
  • Page 14 Do not substitute parts or modify equipment Because of the danger of introducing additional hazards, do not install substitute parts or perform any unauthorized modification of equipment. Contact Motorola Warranty and Repair for service and repair to ensure that safety features are maintained.
  • Page 15: Caring For The Environment

    Product could create a situation where personal injury or death may occur. If CUSTOMER should use any Product or provide any Product to a third party for any such use, CUSTOMER hereby agrees that MOTOROLA is not liable, in whole or in part, for any April 1, 2006...
  • Page 16: Warranty Notification

    In no event shall Motorola be liable for damages nor loss of data in excess of the purchase price nor for any incidental special or consequential damages* arising out of the use or inability to use the Product, to the full extent such may be disclaimed by law.
  • Page 17: How To Get Warranty Service

    (IMEI) and mechanic serial number [MSN]. Such information is contained with the Product. You must ensure that all and any repairs or servicing is handled at all times by a Motorola Authorized Service Center in accordance with the Motorola Service requirements...
  • Page 18: What Is Not Covered By The Warranty

    Motorola, Motorola does not warrant the operation of the Product/peripheral combination and Motorola will not honor any warranty claim where the Product is used in such a combination and it is determined by Motorola that there is no fault with the Product. Motorola specifically...
  • Page 19: Out Of Warranty Repairs

    Motorola may in its discretion carry out such repairs subject to you paying Motorola its fees for such a repair or it may refer you to an authorized third party to carry out such repairs.
  • Page 20: Revision History

    Revision History Revision History Manual Number 6889192V26-B Manual Title Developer’s Kit Version Information The following table lists the manual version, date of version, and remarks about the version. Revision History Version Date Issue Remarks January 1, 2006 Initial Release April 1, 2006 Minor updates to the manual Developer’s Kit April 1, 2006...
  • Page 21: Chapter 1: Introduction

    The main component of the G24 Developer’s Kit is the Developer Board, which is mounted in a chassis. The kit includes a cover for the Developer Board. The cover has openings on the top and sides to accommodate the Developer Board’s external connectors.
  • Page 22: G24 Developer's Kit—front View With Cover

    General Description G24 Power Indicator SIM Tray G24 On/Off Pushbutton Figure 1-2: G24 Developer’s Kit—Front View with Cover Figure 1-3: G24 Developer’s Kit—Left Side View with Cover Power Indicator LED Wall-mount Power Data Logger RS232-1 RS232-2 Adapter Connector On/Off Switch...
  • Page 23: Package Contents

    Package Contents The G24 Developer’s Kit includes the Developer Board, chassis, cover and standard accessories, which enable you to better utilize the board. The kit and its components are described in Table 1-1. Table 1-1: G24 Developer’s Kit Package Contents Description Part No.
  • Page 24: G24 Developer's Kit With Board, G24 And Accessories

    Package Contents Adapter Plug Wall-mount Power Cable Adapter RS232 Cable Headset Cables Developer Card Board Figure 1-6: G24 Developer’s Kit with Board, G24 and Accessories Developer’s Kit April 1, 2006...
  • Page 25: Chapter 2: Developer Board And Interfaces Description

    The G24 Developer Board is designed to support the hardware and software development and validation of the G24 GSM/GPRS data module. The Developer Board provides a peripheral platform to operate the G24 as a standalone product, and to easily access the G24 70-pin interface connector signals.
  • Page 26: Developer Board Structure

    Overview Figure 2-1: Developer Board Structure Developer’s Kit April 1, 2006...
  • Page 27: Initial Setup

    2-2) on the Developer Board area, marked by a white rectangle, and push the G24 70-pin connector down into the G24 70-pin connector on the Developer Board. The two screw holes on the G24 should be aligned with the G24 spacers (denoted by M2 and M3).
  • Page 28: Connecting External Accessories

    Internal Screws Antenna Connector RF Cable Connector Figure 2-2: Connecting the G24 Connecting External Accessories Replace the Developer Board cover and connect the following external connectors in the sequence shown. Power Supply Caution: Before connecting the power supply, make sure that the Developer Board On/Off...
  • Page 29: Serial Communications

    (labeled Power ) at the rear of the Developer Board. 2. Plug the adapter into a wall outlet. Note: The G24 Developer Board can also be powered by an external DC power supply. This option is described in “Configuration” on page...
  • Page 30: Sim Card

    Initial Setup The G24 Developer Board enables connection of additional audio devices, which Important: are not supplied with the Developer Kit. These devices are described in “Configuration” on page Figure 2-4: Audio Connectors (Left Side) SIM Card To Insert the SIM Card Note: A test SIM card is provided with the G24 Developer’s Kit.
  • Page 31: Power Up

    The Developer Board power On/Off switch (labeled Power ) is located at the rear of the Developer Board. The Developer Board power indicator LED is lit. 2. Turn on the G24 power by pressing the On/Off pushbutton (S110) for at least 0.5 seconds (Figure 2-6).
  • Page 32: Configuration

    External DC power source (see “DC Power Source Operation” on page A single power source is used for the G24 and the board peripherals. You must connect the Developer Board to a power source, and then set the power source jumper (P204), if necessary (see “Selecting the Power Source”...
  • Page 33: Wall Mount Adapter Operation

    Detection circuit Important: The G24 includes an on-board protection circuit for cases in which the USB connector is connected by mistake to the Wall Mount Adapter connector (J210). If by mistake, the Mini AB USB cable is connected to J210 instead of J380, the on board Wall mount adapter is disabled, preventing unrequired load on the host computer.
  • Page 34: Dc Power Source Operation

    Configuration DC Power Source Operation To Use an External DC Power Supply 1. Remove the Developer Board cover. When using the DC power input connectors, the Developer Board cover must be removed. 2. Attach the supplied DC input connectors to the Developer Board (Figure 2-9).
  • Page 35: Selecting The Power Source

    Developer Board. Disconnecting power to the Developer Board is generally used to diagnose a problem that may be caused by the board. This is independent of power supply to the G24, which will continue to receive power. The Developer Board Power jumper (P201)
  • Page 36: Communication Interfaces

    Each of these serial interfaces is described in the sections that follow. RS232-1 The 9-pin, D-type RS232-1 serial port (J300) is the primary interface to the G24. The G24 UART signals are active-low CMOS-level signals (0-2.7 V), which are converted by the Developer Board to standard RS232 levels for PC communications.
  • Page 37: Usb

    Chapter 2: Developer Board and Interfaces Description RS232-2 The 9-pin, D-type RS232-2 serial port (J330) is the secondary interface to the G24. The G24 RS232 signals are active-low CMOS-level signals (0-2.7 V), which are converted by the Developer Board to standard RS232 levels for PC communications. The RS232-2 Connector...
  • Page 38: Audio Interface

    Configuration Audio Interface The Developer Board includes analog and digital audio interfaces. The audio interface contains a speaker, alert speaker, microphone, and a headset (Figure 2-11). Speaker Connector Microphone Connector Headset Connector Alert Speaker Connector Figure 2-11: Audio Connectors Speaker The Developer Board uses an audio amplifier to amplify the speaker audio output to desired levels.
  • Page 39: Microphone

    Grounding switch Audio Source Selection The microphone and speaker audio can be routed through two different sources, the G24 audio amplifiers or the G24 digital audio interface. The Developer Board includes an on board CODEC that converts the G24 digital audio data to analog audio signals.
  • Page 40: Alert Speaker

    Configuration Table 2-10: Headset Connector Pinout (J440) (Cont.) Pin # Description Microphone audio-in Ground Headset pull down Alert Speaker The loud speaker connector (J480) is labeled ALERT. The speaker output is 8 ohms matched. The Speaker Connector pinout (J480) is shown in Table 2-11.
  • Page 41: Antenna

    (Figure 2-12). Figure 2-12: Antenna Connectors (external) On the inside of the Developer Board, the EXT ANT connector is connected to the G24 and the INT ANT is connected to the on-board internal antenna. April 1, 2006...
  • Page 42: Antenna Connectors (internal)

    Configuration To Connect to the Internal Antenna • Connect the EXT ANT and INT ANT connectors with the additional RF cable supplied in the Developer’s Kit (Figure 2-13). Note: This is the Developer Board’s default configuration. The board arrives with the EXT ANT and INT ANT already connected.
  • Page 43: Option Switches

    The Developer Board contains 7 option switches that are described in the following paragraphs. Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) - S160, S161 The Developer Board can route up to 8 different analog voltage levels to the 3 G24 analog to digital converters, using the S160 and S161 switches.
  • Page 44 ADC channel mapping is shown in Table 2-13. Table 2-13: A/D Selection Switch Settings Reference Description ADC1 Routing voltage level to ADC1 (G24 J1/37) ADC2 Routing voltage level to ADC2 (G24 J1/43) ADC3 Routing voltage level to ADC3 (G24 J1/47) Not Used Developer’s Kit...
  • Page 45: General Purpose I/o (gpio) - S120

    GPIO8 Map to GPIO8 signal (G24 J1/42) The G24 GPIO lines can be configured both as output or input lines. The Developer Board contains 8 LEDs, marked as GPIO1 through GPIO8, that indicate the GPIO state, regardless of its configuration.
  • Page 46: Uid - S170

    The GPIO switches have two positions: Logic High (left position, marked with "H") and Logic Low (Right position, marked with "L"). When setting a switch to "H" (default position), the GPIO line is not connected (uses the internal G24 pull-up resistor), when setting the GPIO to "L", the line is being shorted to ground.
  • Page 47: General Function Switch - S140

    Enabling the on board output path. CODEC to Audio speaker. audio CODEC to Audio Speaker and microphone analog speaker. Audio is routed audio are routed from the G24 using the G24 digital audio module. signals. LOGGER Enabling/Disabling RS232-3 Disabling RS232-3 labeled as Enabling RS232-3 labeled labeled as "DATA LOGGER".
  • Page 48: General Function Switch - S141

    Configuration General Function Switch - S141 The S141 switches are used for development purpose only and should remain at OFF (left position) for proper use of the G24. Figure 2-18 shows the S141 switches. S141 Figure 2-18: S141 Switches General Function Switch - S100 Figure 2-19 shows the S100 switches.
  • Page 49: Sim Card

    G24 by setting the switch to ON. SIM Card The SIM card connector (J100) is external to the G24, but is connected directly to it, similar to an internal SIM. The G24 can accept 3V SIM cards. The SIM Connector pinout (J100) is shown in Table 2-17.
  • Page 50: Host Connection

    The cable is an optional accessory. All pin numbers and functions of the host connector are identical to those of the G24 (P1) and the G24 diagnostic connector (P100). For more information on the pins of the host connector, refer “G24 Interface Connector”...
  • Page 51 (S140 - AUDIO) to analog audio mode (OFF) • When connecting an external application that provides the power to the G24 and the Developer Board, remove any other power sources from the Developer Board April 1, 2006...
  • Page 52: Components And Specifications

    Reference Connector Description Internal Connectors (not visible when cover is on) G24 UUT G24 UUT (Unit Under Test) connector Host Emulates the G24 connector for host systems P100 Header Debug header connector (70-pin) Header For development use only J201 Developer Board DC power supply...
  • Page 53: G24 Interface Connector

    Table 2-19 lists the pin names and functions available for the G24 interface connectors. All pin numbers and functions are identical to the G24 (P1), host (J1) and G24 Diagnostic (P100) connectors on the Developer Board. Table 2-19: G24 Connectors Pinout...
  • Page 54: Switches And Jumpers

    Components and Specifications Table 2-19: G24 Connectors Pinout (Cont.) Pin # Pin Name Pin # Pin Name AGND LCD_RS ALRT_N ALRT_P SPKR_N SPKR_P Switches and Jumpers Figure 2-21 shows the jumpers and switches on the Developer Board. Figure 2-21: Jumpers and Switches on Developer Board Developer’s Kit...
  • Page 55 Table 2-20: Developer Board Switches and Jumpers Reference Switch/Jumper Description Switches S200 Board on/off Developer Board on/off switch S110 G24 on/off G24 on/off pushbutton switch S100 General Function Switch Four switches for Developer Board options S141 General Function Switch Four switches for Developer Board options S140...
  • Page 56: Led Indicators

    Table 2-20: Developer Board Switches and Jumpers (Cont.) Reference Switch/Jumper Description Jumpers P201 Peripheral power input jumper P200 G24 UUT power input jumper P203 ADAPTER Wall mount adapter power source selec- tion jumper P204 External power supply, power source selection jumper...
  • Page 57 GPIO6 D765 General purpose I/O 6 signal GPIO7 D766 General purpose I/O 7 signal GPIO8 D767 General purpose I/O 8 signal Power D701 G24 on/off Power D200 Developer Board Power D780 USB VBUS DATA D711 USB D+ RS232-1 D722 DTE receive data...
  • Page 59: Chapter 3: Service And Troubleshooting

    Note: The support services provided by Motorola are subject to the agreement between the customer and Motorola and may be at an additional charge to the customer. Motorola will inform the customer in advance of any such charge. Indirect Customer Send requests to your distributor and not to Motorola help desk.
  • Page 60: Motorola Workflow

    Service – Email address • Product name (G24) • Software version of the unit (ATI3 command) or model number • PCB version (located on the PCB near the RF connector) • Severity of the problem • Problem description, including: –...
  • Page 61: Service Centers

    Tel: 54 11 4309 2046 FeiHongDaLi Telecommunications Technology Co.Ltd.,TianjinSHi B-6F JuFu Yuan Building XinKai Road, Hedong District, Tianjin 300011 China Field service should be coordinated with the Service Manager in Motorola using the following email address: n2csfs01@motorola.com April 1, 2006 Developer’s Kit...
  • Page 62: Troubleshooting

    3.3 V to 4.2 V. Fasten the G24 to the board with the supplied screws. Check the MMCX RF cable connection to the G24. Fasten the RF cable connections between the EXT ANT and INT ANT connectors.
  • Page 63 No sound is produced from the head- headset (J440) audio connector. set microphone Use only the supplied headset. Check the G24 volume level. Digital audio does No sound from the speaker or Check the audio switch (S140) position. not work...
  • Page 64 Troubleshooting Developer’s Kit April 1, 2006...
  • Page 65 Appendix A: Parts List Developer Board Parts list Table A-1 is a parts list for the G24 Developer’s Kit. Schematic diagrams for the kit are provided “Appendix B: Schematics and Placement Diagrams” Table A-1: Developer Board Parts List Reference Symbol...
  • Page 66 Table A-1: Developer Board Parts List (Cont.) Reference Symbol Description Resistors, cont. R723, R725, R745, R747 180Ω 5% R703 270Ω 5% R710, R705, R707, R709, R731, R718, 300Ω 5% R733, R727, R735, R729, R737, R760, R753, R761, R762, R763, R749, R764, R765, R780, R766, R781, R767 R203 390Ω...
  • Page 67: Appendix A: Parts List

    Appendix A: Parts List Table A-1: Developer Board Parts List (Cont.) Reference Symbol Description Capacitors, cont. C174, C182 0.1uF C430, C431, C433, C434 0.22uF C302, C303, C304, C305, C352, C353, 0.33uF C354, C355, C372, C373, C374, C375 330pF C208 3.3pF C151, C153, C155, C148, C157, C159, 10pF C425, C426, C427, C442, C450, C444,...
  • Page 68 Table A-1: Developer Board Parts List (Cont.) Reference Symbol Description Connectors P200, P201, P203, P204 Jumper 2 pin P1 (G24) Molex 52991-0708 Samtec TMMH-120-01-S-DV-M-TR P100 Samtec TMMH-135-01-SM-DV-M-TR HUBER AND SUHNER 85 SMA-50-0-144/133JH J330, J350, J300 TYCO 5788797-1 J1 (Host) Molex 53748-0708...
  • Page 69 Appendix A: Parts List Table A-1: Developer Board Parts List (Cont.) Reference Symbol Description Diodes D100, D102 INFINEON BAS52-02V VR200 ON SEMI 1SMB5918BT3G VR230, VR383 ON SEMI MMBZ5246BLT1G Integrated Circuits U160 ON SEMI LM2904DR2G U180, U181 ON SEMI NL7SZ18DFT2G U190, U342, U712, U714 ON SEMI MC74VHC1G14DFT2G U220, U240...
  • Page 70: Developer Board Unplaced Parts List

    Motorola Shield Y340 NX1255GB Developer Board Unplaced Parts list Table A-2 is the unplaced parts list for the G24 Developer’s Kit.t Table A-2: Developer Board Unplaced Parts List Reference Symbol Resistors R133, R439, R425 R420, R100, R150, R180, R182, R183, R230,...
  • Page 71: Appendix B: Schematics And Placement Diagrams

    Appendix B: Schematics and Placement Diagrams The following schematics and placement diagrams are provided on the pages that follow: • Developer Board Top-Level Design • Diagnostics • Power • Serial Interface • Audio Interface • LEDs • Developer Board Top Layout •...
  • Page 72 XX|XX XXXX DEVELOPER BOARD XXXXX XX|XX XXXX Revision: P2 XXXXX XX|XX XXXX HOST 70 PIN CONNECTOR (PLUG) J1-1 DGND J1-2 G24 70 PIN CONNECTOR (SOCKET) J1-3 SERIAL J1-4 REF# 300-399 J1-5 EVB_B+ J1-6 P1-1 UTXD J1-7 AUDIO P1-2 DGND URXD...
  • Page 73 DGND REF# 200-299 DGND PROJ. G24 DEVELOPER BOARD DESCRIPTION: KIT NO. NAME PCB_NO: XXX-XXXXX XXXX POWER SUPPLY DRAWN XXXX XX/XX/XX CHECKED XXXX XX/XX/XX 1. DRAWING GENERATED BY COMPUTER. APPROVED XXXX XX/XX/XX RELEASED XXXX XX/XX/XX 2. MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL PROPRIETARY !! SHEET...
  • Page 74 J122-14 MISOB J122-15 R183 0.000 DGND DGND DGND REF# 100-199 DIG_3.0V C190 DGND U190 MC74VHC1G14DFT2G G24_BUS(9:70) PROJ. G24 DEVELOPER BOARD DESCRIPTION: C191 33.00p KIT NO. NAME PCB_NO: XXX-XXXXX DIAGNOSTIC INTERFACE XXXX DRAWN XXXX XX/XX/XX CHECKED XXXX XX/XX/XX RESET ACTIVE HIGH...
  • Page 75 REF# 300-399 For Enable DGND PROJ. G24 DEVELOPER BOARD DESCRIPTION: KIT NO. NAME PCB_NO: XXX-XXXXX SERIAL COMM XXXX DRAWN XXXX XX/XX/XX CHECKED XXXX XX/XX/XX 1. DRAWING GENERATED BY COMPUTER. APPROVED XXXX XX/XX/XX RELEASED XXXX XX/XX/XX 2. MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL PROPRIETARY !! SHEET...
  • Page 76 DGND DGND DGND DGND DGND G24 DEVELOPER BOARD PROJ. DESCRIPTION: KIT NO. NAME PCB_NO: XXX-XXXXX AUDIO XXXX DRAWN XXXX XX/XX/XX CHECKED XXXX XX/XX/XX 1. DRAWING GENERATED BY COMPUTER. APPROVED XXXX XX/XX/XX RELEASED XXXX XX/XX/XX 2. MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL PROPRIETARY !! SHEET...
  • Page 77 UART2 LEDS G24_BUS(9:70) REF# 700-799 DGND G24 DEVELOPER BOARD PROJ. DESCRIPTION: KIT NO. NAME PCB_NO: XXX-XXXXX LEDS XXXX DRAWN XXXX XX/XX/XX CHECKED XXXX XX/XX/XX 1. DRAWING GENERATED BY COMPUTER. APPROVED XXXX XX/XX/XX RELEASED XXXX XX/XX/XX 2. MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL PROPRIETARY !! SHEET...
  • Page 78 Top Side Components View D200 J330 J300 J230 J350 J380 J210 S200 J201 J200 C234 C231 D781 D780 D745 D744 D743 D742 D728 D727 D724 D725 D726 D723 D722 D721 C204 C205 F202 C206 P204 P203 C230 R230 D100 S141 S100 P201 P200...
  • Page 79 Bottom Side Components View RV382 RV380 VR383 R206 RV381 VR230 R780 U714 U712 R781 C304 C222 R220 R200 C375 R202 Q200 Q201 C303 U372 C353 R201 R738 U352 C781 C780 U370 U330 C373 C355 U332 U220 U350 R739 C793 C371 C302 C372 Q780...
  • Page 80 Developer’s Kit April 1, 2006...
  • Page 81 Acronyms and Abbreviations Abbreviation Full Name Analog to Digital Converter CMOS Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor CODEC Coder-Decoder DIAG Diagnostics Data Terminal Equipment (such as terminals, PCs and so on) Electromagnetic Emission Electro-Static Discharge Evaluation Board GPRS General Packet Radio Service Global System for Mobile Communications Interrupt Request Light Emitting Diode...
  • Page 82 S - U Abbreviation Full Name Subscriber Identity Module Serial Peripheral Interface UART Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter Universal Serial Bus Unit Under Test Acr & Abbr-2 Developer’s Kit April 1, 2006...
  • Page 83 Index Numerics , 19 Connector Pins , 30 Host Connector , 5, 7 70-pin Connectors , 30 Flex Cable AC Adapter , 5, 34 Jumpers , 13 Connector Pins , 19 Audio , 13 Voltage , 12, 31 Power Source Accessories , 5, 18 Alert Transducer...
  • Page 84 Index U - V , 9, 16–17 Voltage , 17 , 13 Connector Pins AC Adapter , 30 Index-2 Developer’s Kit April 1, 2006...
  • Page 86 MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. ©Copyright 2005 Motorola, Inc. Java™ Technology and/or J2ME™ : Java and all other Java–based marks are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc.

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