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Level 3 Service Manual
Draft 1.1
DIGITAL WIRELESS TELEPHONE
Model A920/ A925
UMTS 2100MHz/ PCS 1900MHz/ DCS 1800MHz/ GSM 800MHz

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    Level 3 Service Manual Draft 1.1 ™ DIGITAL WIRELESS TELEPHONE Model A920/ A925 UMTS 2100MHz/ PCS 1900MHz/ DCS 1800MHz/ GSM 800MHz...

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    With respect to the use of this product, in no event shall Motorola be liable for any loss of profit or any other commercial damage, including but not limited to special, incidental, consequential or other damages.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Power Solutions .............................. 1-2 Hardware Connection Solution ......................... 1-2 Figure 1. PST Hardware Configuration ...................... 1-3 PST Flash Procedure ............................1-4 A920/A925 Special Procedures ........................1-5 Flash Procedure Summary ..................... 1-5 Handset Test Commands ......................2-1 Introduction ..........................2-1 Application Installation* ......................2-1 Figure 1.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Figure 10. GSM Signalling Setup ......................3-3 Figure 11. GSM Connection Control ......................3-3 Figure 12. GSM Call Connected ........................ 3-3 Figure 13. A920 Manual Test Hardware Configuration ................3-4 Call Origination (PCS Only) ..........................3-5 Figure 14. RadioComm COM Port ......................3-5 Figure 15.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Harmony Lite (Receive Section) ................... 4-20 Harmony Lite (Control Section) ..................... 4-22 Harmony Lite (Synthesizer Section) ..................4-24 Harmony Lite (Transmitter Section) ..................4-26 WCDMA VCO ........................4-28 WCDMA TX Modulator ......................4-30 WCDMA Transmitter ......................4-32 Prelimiary Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

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    Signal Flow Diagram (Side 1) ....................4-80 Signal Flow Diagram (Side 2) ....................4-81 RF Block Diagram ........................ 4-82 Baseband Block Diagram ..................... 4-83 Parts List ............................. 5-1 Introduction ..........................5-1 Electrical Parts List ......................... 5-2 Preliminary Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 7: G Flash Procedures

    Software updates need to be handled in a controlled manner. Carrier software approvals need to be consid- Full-rate Charger (PSM5049A) ered before initializing a flashing procedure. Consult a Motorola representative to ensure that the correct soft- Interface Solution ware is programmed. USB PST Tool Kit (S8951)

  • Page 8: Pst Software, Phone Flashing, Flash Software Access, Power Solutions, Hardware Connection Solution

    PST. result in a nonfunctional (Bricked) 3G terminal. Insure that the Motorola service representative also pro- The A920/A925 contains a set of Flash EPROMs for vides installation documentation, security key require- the Adjunct Processor and a separate set of Flash ments, and other related information.

  • Page 9: Figure 1. Pst Hardware Configuration

    Flash Procedures Figure 1. PST Hardware Configuration PSM5049A SKN6311A Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 10: Pst Flash Procedure

    Click on the Flash button to begin flashing. DO Launch the PST application by choosing Start/ NOT interrupt any hardware connections dur- Programs/Motorola PST/Flash & Test Com- ing the flash process. Connection interruptions mands. may cause the flashing process to fail and ren- der the 3G terminal non-operational.

  • Page 11: A920/a925 Special Procedures, Flash Procedure Summary

    Use the Browse button to open the “Combo” flash file. In order to successfully flash a A920, the following se- quence is recommended. Select the device for flashing. 1. Backup user data Select the device again to enable Flash.

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    Flash Procedures Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 13: Handset Test Commands, Application Installation

    Application Installation* The user needs to install the Handset Test Command application before it can be accessed. Obtain the file, “testcmdui.sis”, file from your local Motorola service representative. Use the following procedure to prop- erly install the handset test command application.

  • Page 14: Handset Test Command Mode Entry, Figure 4. Password Prompt, Figure 6. Input Format

    The user can select Hexidecimal or decimal. Under the Edit menu, the user can also clear a field or all fields The Back key will return the user to the App Launcher screen Preliminary 2 - 2 Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 15: Entry Method, Figure 8. Fields Entered With Delimiter, Opcode Entry, Entering Data

    1. After all the fields are entered the user shall select Test. The results are then Figure 9. Keyboard Entry shown on the screen. Figure 7. Fields entered Separately 2 - 3 Preliminary Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 16: Figure 10. Stylus Entry, Result Screen, Figure 12. Results Screen, Figure 11. Invalid Entry

    If not, they shall get an Error Message as follows: Figure 11. Invalid Entry After the user presses, "Continue", they shall be taken back to the field where the incorrect entry method was found. Preliminary 2 - 4 Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 17: Table 1. Handset Test Command Summary

    Enable W CDMA TX carrier Pwr> * <Max Pwr> * <Min Pwr> * <Data Pattern> * <Channelization> * <Scrambling> * <DPCCH Spread Factor> * <DPDCH Spread Factor> * <Channelization Code> * <Scrambling Code> OK Preliminary 2 - 5 Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 18: Table 2. Standard Response Codes

    TDMA: command not supported in current Call Stack Test Mode error: length specified in command header greater than length received by transport 1110b (0x0E) layer 1111b (0x0F) error: irrecoverable error; phone state has been lost. Phone is being powered down Preliminary 2 - 6 Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 19: Table 3. Field And Parameter Descriptions

    7 = AMR 12.20 8 = Full Rate 16 = Enhanced Full Rate 32 = Half Rate AUD_LVL Field 1 0 = Set the volume specified Field 2 0 = lowest, 7 = loudest 2 - 7 Preliminary Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 20: Table 3. Field And Parameter Descriptions - Continued

    9 = pseudo random sequence w/midamble 7 10 = RACH BURST 12 = pseudo random sequence w/midamble 0 two time slot 13 = pseudo random sequence w/midamble 0 three time slot Field 2 0 = disable 1 = enable Preliminary 2 - 8 Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

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    005 = Grey scale block: 16 level, Black to white 006 = Horizontal Zebra Line 014 = Eight Color Box Pattern Data for 9, 000 = Front Light Off 001 = Front Light On, Full Intensity 2 - 9 Preliminary Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

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    0 and 16383. If it is set to 0xFFFF the TEST_TASK will derive the TX_FREQ_ID from the RX_FREQ_ID. Note : If a valid RX_FREQ_ID is entered, TX_FREQ_ID must be set to FFFF. Preliminary 2 - 10 Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

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    5 = SF256, slot format 5. Field 100 = SF256, slot format 0. 1 = SF128, slot format 1. 6 = SF4, slot format 6. Field 11Channelization Code Number. Field 12Scrambling Code Number. 2 - 11 Preliminary Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

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    Handset Test Commands A920/A925 Preliminary 2 - 12 Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 25: Manual Test Procedures, Non-signalling Test Measurements, Call-processing Tests

    Manual Test Procedures Introduction Non-Signalling Test Measurements In an event that the phone exhibits RF failures that pre- The phone allows keypad and computer controlled test- vent call processing, the service technician may need to ing of various digital test parameters. perform some non-signalling tests.

  • Page 26: Gsm/dcs/pcs Call Processing, Software Requirements (pcs Only)

    Serial Cable (SKN6315A¹) with CE converter (SYN0279B¹) Note: If handset test commands are being used, a con- trol interface is not needed. ¹Contact your local Motorola dealer for ordering ²Contact AMS Software and Elektronik GmbH for ordering Preliminary 3 - 2...

  • Page 27: Call Origination (gsm And Dcs Only), Call Origination (gsm And Dcs Only)

    PCL (MS) 1 (28.0 dBm) or 700 (DCS) Menus Timing Advance Set Broadcast channel level to -85dBm Set Traffic Channel (TCH) to 38 (GSM) or 512 (DCS) Set Traffic channel level to -85dBm 3 - 3 Preliminary Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 28: Figure 13. A920 Manual Test Hardware Configuration

    Manual Test Procdures A920/A925 Figure 13. A920 Manual Test Hardware Configuration CMU200 Test Box or Equivalent SMA/N-type Adapter 0-00-00-40042 A920/A925 RF Fixture SMA Cable 0.5m 2-00-4E-10000 0-00-00-40047 Power Supply 2-Wire Adapter A830 Battery Eliminator (3.6Vdc, 2A) 2-00-68-10000 5-00-3F-10000 P2K USB Cable...

  • Page 29: Call Origination (pcs Only), Call Origination (pcs Only), Figure 15. Radio Comm Screen

    Handset Test Command • 54 ok SUSPEND • 10*0*10 CPLOAD, Dual mode • Power cycle phone Computer Test Command (Radio Comm) • Click on AT+/mode, Suspend, CP_Mode 900/ 1800, respectfully • Power cycle phone 3 - 5 Preliminary Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 30: Call Test Parameters (gsm/dcs/pcs), Call Test Parameters (gsm/dcs/pcs), Table 4. Gsm Call Parameters

    RX Level Error@-104 dBm² RX Quality @-104 dBm² BER @-104, 10k bits³ ¹Power Level = 0 ²Set BS TCH level to -104 dBm ³Set BER TCH level to -104 dBm with 10k bits or 128 Frames Preliminary 3 - 6 Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 31: Wcdma Call Processing, Figure 17. Wcdma Signalling Setup, Figure 18. Channel Uplink(ue Signal)

    - 25 Threshold UE Power Control Default Settings Connect hardware as illustrated in figure 4. Connection UE Signal BS Signal Network Sync. Note: Control interface doesn’t need to be con- nected at this time. 3 - 7 Preliminary Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 32: Figure 19. Tpc Pattern Type(ue Signal), Wcdma Call Test Parameters

    - 45.1 - 34.6 - 33.7 - 49.0 ACLR (Peak) Avg. - 55.2 - 41.3 - 41.0 - 57.4 ACLR (RMS) Max. Menus Code Dom. Receiver Receiver Power Modulation Spectrum Power Quality Quality Preliminary 3 - 8 Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 33: Non-signalling Test Procedures (gsm/dcs/pcs), Non-signalling Test Procedures (gsm/dcs/pcs), Verify Tx Power Output (gsm/dcs/pcs)

    Refer to page 3-2 for a list of Hardware. Refer to Fig- ¹10*0*5 for PCS mode ure 13 for a configuration illustration. ²20*700*0 for DCS Channel 700; 20*661*0 for PCS Channel 661 ³45*0 for DCS/PCS Power level 0 3 - 9 Preliminary Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 34: Gsm Rssi

    Radio Comm Test Commands and then click Set Click on 900/1800 (GSM/DCS) or 1900 (PCS) Select 06 and then click ON Enter Channel 20 Click INIT Click Execute Verify return data is approximately -105 dBm Preliminary 3 - 10 Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 35: Non-signalling Test Procedures (wcdma), Non-signalling Test Procedures (wcdma)

    Field 8 Long scrambling Field 9 SF256, Slot format 0 Field 10 SF256, Slot format 0 Field 11 Channelization Code Field 12 000000000 Scrambling Code Note: Enter 1 in field 2 to disable carrier 3 - 11 Preliminary Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 36: Audio/vibrator Test Procedures, Vibrator Test

    ¹0x0015 -> 21 dec -> +21dBm ²0x0080 -> 128 dec -> (128-256 = -128 dBm) Handset Test Commands 3*0*1 Enable Vibrator 3*0*0 Disable Vibrator Radio Comm Test Commands Enable or Disable Vibrator Verification Verfiy vibration function when enabled. Preliminary 3 - 12 Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 37: Handset Mic/speaker Test, Mono Headset Mic/speaker Test

    Enhanced Full Rate Verification Verification Speak into the handset mic and listen for undistorted speech in the handset speaker. Speak into the headset mic and listen for undistorted speech in the headset speaker. 3 - 13 Preliminary Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 38: Stereo Headset Mic/speaker Test, Melody Speaker Test

    Currently not supported and headset speaker Verification Listen for undistorted audio. Enable Vocoder loopback at Enhanced Full Rate Verification Speak into the headset mic and listen for undistorted speech in the headset speaker. Preliminary 3 - 14 Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 39: Software Version Check

    Select Build Time Click “FL Off” to disable backlight and click “Get” to re- Click “FL On-Full” to enable backlight trieve Build Date Verification Verify that the backlights respond for each issued com- mand. 3 - 15 Preliminary Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 40: Display Color Test, Display Linearity Test, Figure 23. Eight Color Box Pattern

    Grey scale block in figure 14. This test can (uniform/smooth). also be used to confirm that the color intensity is linear. Figure 23. Eight Color Box Pattern Figure 24. Grey Scale Block Preliminary 3 - 16 Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 41: Display Flicker Test, Display Pixel Defect (bright), Display Pixel Defect (dark)

    Display Pixel Defect (Dark) Handset Test Commands 55*2*000 All pixels off (all black) RadioComm Test Commands Select All Pixels On and click “Set” Verification Verify that no greater than two pixels are on. 3 - 17 Preliminary Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 42: Leds And Keypad Backlight, Keypad Backlight, Status Leds

    62*4*3*012¹ Enable Green LED ¹000 to disable RadioComm Test Commands Select Red LED or Green LED to enable. Deselect Red LED or Green LED to disable. Verification Verify that the Red and Green status LEDS activate. Preliminary 3 - 18 Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 43: Bluetooth Tests (v500/v600 Only), Bluetooth Tests (v500/v600 Only), Unmodulated Cw Tx Test

    Use of lower quality RF probes will result in signal level differences. Unmodulated CW TX test Handset Test Commands Not Supported RadioComm Test Commands Under Bluetooth, select parameter 84 and click execute, then select 81 and click execute. 3 - 19 Preliminary Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 44: Camera Testing, Camera Test Configuration

    The Focus chart and Grey chart can be that will determine whether the camera function of a printed using any B/W printer. Motorola terminal is under normal operating conditions. For best results follow this recommended setup, In order to successfully send test commands to the phone under test, the phone doesn’t need to be in suspend...

  • Page 45: Figure 9. Camera Test Configuration

    Level 3 Service Manual Manual Test Procedures Figure 9. Camera Test Configuration Camera Test Charts Phone under Test Camera View (SKN6311A) Charger (SPN5049A) Serial (SYN0279B) Desktop Charger SPN5078A Velcro (or equivalent) Outlet Computer (110V/220V) 3 - 21 Preliminary Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 46: Image Capture

    (3) the grey scale chart. The user will be required to print all images found in Appendix A. Handset Test Commands Not supported Radio Comm Test Commands Under “Common Features” select Camera Click “Take Picture” Preliminary 3 - 22 Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 47: Macbeth Color Chart, Focus Chart

    Good white balance on blocks 19 through 24. Good color reproduction on blocks 13 through Verify that there is minimal shading deviations on all four corners when compared to the center of the image. 3 - 23 Preliminary Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

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    Manual Test Procdures A920/A925 Preliminary 3 - 24 Motorola Confidential Proprietary...

  • Page 49: Service Diagrams, Test Point Measurements

    To get the most accurate readings, take measurements The service diagrams were carefully prepared to allow nearest to the labeled measurement on the service dia- a Motorola certified technician to easily troubleshoot gram. cellular phone failures. Our professional staff provided...

  • Page 50: Antenna Circuit

    A920: Antenna Circuit Int Antenna M001 Ext Antenna Match WCDMA_RX FL010 WCDMA GSM_RX RF SECTION WCDMA_TX FL001 DCS_RX FL030 PCS_RX RF SECTION GSM_TX CMOS level shifter DCS_PCS_TX Decoder ASIC RX_EN_LIFE N_BAND_1 MAGIC HL_TX_EN HARMONY LITE Q902 N_BAND_0 GSM TX VCO...

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    A920: Antenna Circuit N_BAND_0 U500 page XX C910 Q901 TX_RX_ERROR U1000 RX_EN_LIFE page XX VRF_TX_2_775V U500 E3503 page XX page XX HL_TX_EN C909 LV_EXC_EN U101 R812 page XX Q902 page XX GSM_EXC_EN NB_EXC_EN* Q902 U1000 page XX page XX VRF_HV_5V...

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    A920: GSM RX Front End GSM_RX T650 RX_Q+ T660 DCS_RX RX_Q- MAGIC RX_I+ RX_I- U625 PCS_RX T670 LIFE ÷2 ÷2 or 4 RX_EN_LIFE ÷5 or 3 AUX_SPI_CLK AUX_SPI_DATA LIFE_CE MAGIC RX_VTUNE Filter RX_VCO Description The EGSM, PCS and DCS signals must first pass through baluns before reaching the LIFE IC. Since the LIFE expects differential inputs, the baluns will provide this.

  • Page 53: Gsm Receiver Front End

    A920: GSM Receiver Front End MAGIC_SF C537 page XX RX_I+ U500 page XX TP601 R610 VRF_RX_2_775V C671 PCS_RX L3560 FL001 page XX page XX VRF_REF_2_475V E3552 C600 T670 page XX C670 U630 C661 DCS_RX RX_I- FL001 U500 page XX U600...

  • Page 54

    A920: GSM RX Back End (Magic LV) RX_I Balanced Anti- Σ∆ Complex Filter RX_I_X Prgmable BFSR Aliasing Dig CH Sel filter Serial Complex DET_FLAG NB_RX_ACQ Interface IF Notch Front End BCLKR RX_Q Highpass Anti- Σ∆ Filter RX_Q_X Aliasing filter Dig Quad...

  • Page 55: Magic Lv (receiver Back End)

    A920: Magic LV (Receiver Back End) RX_I+ U500 U600 page XX RX_I- U600 page XX RX_Q+ U600 page XX RX_Q- U600 MAGIC LV page XX C540 C542 FL510 TP504 E977 R537 R536 FL500 NB_RX_ACQ U1000 page XX BFSR U1000 page XX...

  • Page 56

    A920: MAGIC LV Control Functions MAGIC LV N_BAND_1 U500 RF_TOP N_BAND_0 (Control) TX_KEYM Filter MAGIC_SPI_CS AOC_DRIVE 80 bit MAGIC_DX Serial DET_AOC MAGIC_SPICLK Σ DET_REF AUX_SPI_CLK AUX_SPI_DX LIFE LIFE_CE Cntrl VRF_RX_2_775V VRF_REF_2_475V VRF_REF_2_475V Superfilter VRF_DIG_1_875V Description MAGIC_DIG_1_875V The MAGIC LV contains 4 tracking regulators and one superfilter, which will generate the supplies for most of the IC as well as the front end and the main VCO. The tracking regulators derive their internal power from the REG_REF pins.

  • Page 57: Magic Lv (control)

    A920: Magic LV (Control) VRF_REF_2_475V E3552 page XX MAGIC_REG_REF_1_875V C514 page XX MAGIC_SF U7704,C603 page XX page XX RF_V4_1_875V C546 TP500 page XX Q510 MAGIC_DIG_1_875V C542 page XX VRF_DIG_1_875V C536 R3251 VRF_V3_1_875V E3951 R511 C521 page XX VRF_REF_1_875V_OUT page XX...

  • Page 58

    A920: MAGIC LV (Synthesizers/Transmitter) RX_VCO PRSC TX_VCO_PRSC Mod_sel Look-up CP_TX 3 Acc Table Σ FN Seq TXCLK Ø TX Data DMCS_MAGIC RX_VTUNE Pre-Distort Interface SDTX LIFE Y500 BFSX AMPS Interpolator CLK_SEL BB_CLK_13M 3 Acc Σ FN Seq FL510 MAGIC LV...

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    A920: Magic LV (Synthesizer/Transmitter) VRF_RX_2_775V L3560 page XX VRF_HV_5V E3601 page XX C502 NB_TX_KEYM C509 U1000 PRSCINT page XX U710 RX_VCO R508 U600 page XX R556 page XX BFSX U1000 E528 page XX C556 DET_AOC R810 C539 R506 U500 page XX...

  • Page 60

    A920: GSM TX VCO GSM_EXC_EN RF_TOP N_GSM_EXC_EN Section U700 NB_TX_EN TXVCO Q700 TX_VCO_LB Decoder N_BAND_0 GSM VCO N_BAND_1 TX_VCO_HB 9 bit CP_TX Loop Tank GMSK Dual Port Filter Look-up Table Delay GPO3 DCS/PCS VCO TX_VCO_PRSC Pre-dist SF_OUT MAGIC LV Description The VCO frequencies are 897 - 1880MHz, handling the three technology bands.

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    A920: GSM TX VCO N_BAND_0 U500 page XX N_BAND_1 U500 page XX N_GSM_EXC_EN Q902 page XX C705 C704 C713 R577 C710 R576 GPO3 U500 page XX L701 C701 TX_VCO_HB CPTX C701 U500 page XX page XX U700 C702 R703 C703...

  • Page 62

    A920: GSM PA LV_EXC_EN PA_BATT+ U810 TX_VCO_LB DCS_PCS_TX U800 TX_VCO FL020 TX_VCO_HB GSM_TX AOC_DRIVE N_BAND_0 MAGIC LV DET_AOC DET_REF Description U800 is a tri-band PA module that operates in EGSM, DCS and PCS bands. The nominal expected maximum gain is ~30dB. .

  • Page 63

    A920: GSM TX DCS_PCS_TX FL001 page XX U810 FL020 GSM_TX FL001 page XX LV_EXC_EN Q902 page XX C805 DET_AOC U500 C800 page XX R822 U800 N_BAND_0 U700 PA_BATT+ J5400 page XX C832 page XX C804 C806 GSM PA C802 C801...

  • Page 64

    A920: WCDMA RX Downconverter (MAX2388) FL310 WCDMA RF_LO U310 FL320 CDMAPOS MAX2309 CDMANEG WCDMA_RX FL300 MAX2388_SHDN* Harmony RX_RF_ATTEN Lite Description The first IC in the WCDMA Rx line up is U310 (MAX2388), which is an LNA and down converter mixer combination. The RX frequency will be mixed down to an IF frequency of 190MHz.

  • Page 65: Wcdma Rx Front End

    A920: WCDMA RX Front End C304 R315 C315 RX_VCCA R361 page XX C314 L303 C303 C313 WCDMA_RX FL010 page XX R319 FL300 C305 C319 U310 RX_VCCA R361 page XX C317 L316 R305 RF_RX_ATTEN U101 page XX R320 R304 MAX2388_SHDN U101...

  • Page 66

    A920: WCDMA RX Demodulator (MAX2309) ASPI_CLK Harmony ASPI_DATA RX_I+ Lite MAX2309_CS Interface RX_I- CDMAPOS RX_STBY* MAX2388 Bias CDMANEG 90° ÷2 MAX2309_SHDN* Harmony Lite RX_Q+ RX_Q- Harmony Lite REF_FREQ ÷R ÷M Ø MAX2309_LOCK Loop Tank Filter Description The MAX2309 is an IF quadrature demodulator with the signal paths consisting of a variable-gain amplifier (VGA) and an I/Q demodulator. The IF LO synthesizer‘s reference and RF dividers are fully programmable through the 3-wire serial bus (ASPI_CLK, aSPI_DATA, MAX2309_CS).

  • Page 67

    A920: WCDMA RX MAX2309 VRF_RX_2_775V L3560 page XX TP340 R361 RX_VCCA R344,R315 page XX page XX RX_VCCA R361 page XX C334 C335 REF_FREQ L330 U101 R344 RX_VCCA page XX R361 R339 MAX2309_SHDN page XX U101 page XX R335 RX_I+ C344...

  • Page 68

    A920: Harmony Lite (RX Section) C116 C118 Q130 C115 T100 C103 RX_VREFM C102 RX_VREFP C101 U101 VRF_RX_2_775V RX_VREF L3560 RX_SF_VCC pageXX C106 RX_VCC VRF_RX_2_775V R3560 RX_CP_VCC pageXX RX_VB2 RX_VAG RX_I+ E100 Harmony Lite RX_I- VHVIO_2_775V U330 RX_Q+ R3560 pageXX RX_Q-...

  • Page 69

    A920: Harmony Lite (RX Section) C116 C118 Q130 C115 T100 C103 RX_VREFM C102 RX_VREFP C101 U101 VRF_RX_2_775V RX_VREF L3560 RX_SF_VCC pageXX C106 RX_VCC VRF_RX_2_775V R3560 RX_CP_VCC pageXX RX_VB2 RX_VAG RX_I+ E100 Harmony Lite RX_I- VHVIO_2_775V U330 RX_Q+ R3560 pageXX RX_Q-...

  • Page 70: Harmony Lite (control Section)

    A920: Harmony Lite (Control Section) Harmony Lite(U101)-Logic Section WB_TX_RAMP 2361LOCK GPI_1 RF_RESET* WCSP 2361_SHDN SMO_15 TX_STBY* SMO_21 PORB 2361_CS* WB_ASPI_CE_2 SPI_CE HARMONY_CS HL_TX_EN SMO_9 SPI_DATA_IN WB_SPI_MOSI V_DETECTOR SMO_23 SPI_DATA_OUT WB_SPI_MISO VGC1 SPI/ WCDMA WB_SPI_CLK VGC2 Sequence WB_RX_ON Manager VLOAD_SW WB_RX_SLOT...

  • Page 71

    A920: Harmony Lite (Control Section) SPI_CE SPI_DATA_IN U1000 SPI_DATA_OUT page XX SPI_CLK C116 C118 C115 RX_RF_ATTEN HARMONY_CS R305 T100 U1000 page XX page XX C103 R341 WB_RX_ON page XX MAX2361_SHDN U1000 R232 C102 page XX page XX TX_STBY* WB_RX_SLOT R231...

  • Page 72: Harmony Lite (synthesizer Section)

    A920: Harmony Lite (Synthesizer Section) Harmony Lite U101 BLUE_CLK_EN* BLUETOOTH U5600 Synthesizer Section) VRF_RX_2_775V U5670 15.36M_CLK_EN* TCXO_EN_IN TCXO_EN_OUT CODEC_CLK_EN* Q130 HELEN SPI/ Sequence BLUETOOTH AFCDAC REF_OSC_15_36M Prescaler Manager Counters U5600 Y130 RX_LO WCDMA U140 U150 Charge REF_OSC_IN Ø Pump TX_LO...

  • Page 73

    A920: Harmony Lite (Synthesizer Section) RX_PRE C145 C116 page XX VRF_RX_2_775V C118 L3560 page XX Q130 C115 T100 C103 RX_CP U101 R141 C102 page XX RX_SF_OUT U140 C101 page XX Harmony Lite C106 BB_CLK_15_36M U1000 page XX 15_36M_CLK_EN* U1000 REF_FREQ...

  • Page 74

    A920: Harmony Lite (TX Section) HARMONY LITE U101 (TX section) PN Seq Demux Gen. 10 bits TX_I+ TX_I- BBIF_TX Phase Demux WCDMA Tracking (9:0) DCOC Loop Gain U1000 10 bits Equal TX_Q+ BBIF_TX_FRAME TX_Q- BBIF_CLK Description The BBIF(BBIF_TX) is the transmit data path for transferring digitally sampled I / Q data from the POG. The demultiplexing unit performs the I/Q deinterleaving func- tion to supply separate I and Q channel data into the transmit FIR filters.

  • Page 75: Harmony Lite (transmitter Section)

    A920: Harmony Lite (Transmitter Section) C116 C118 Q130 C115 T100 C103 PA_BIAS2 U420 page XX PA_BIAS1 C102 U420 page XX C101 U101 HL_TX_EN C106 FL001 page XX VRF_TX_2_775V E3503 AOC_VCC E100 page XX Harmony Lite TX_I+ TX_I- U200 TX_Q+ E111...

  • Page 76: Wcdma Vco

    A920: WCDMA VCO RX_LO FL310 TX_LO R141 C282 FL150 C150 RX_CP U101 L153 C140 U150 U140 R146 C148 C146 R151 L150 RX_SF_OUT U101 RX_SF_OUT U101 RX_PRE T100 Legend Sig Gen: -20dBm VCO:...

  • Page 77

    A920: TX Modulator (MAX2363) TX_LO FL150 2361_LOCK TX_STBY* 2361_SHDN IF SAW FL201 2361_CS ASPI_CLK ASPI_DATA 380 MHz TX_I+ TX SAW TX_I- FL401 Σ ¸ 2 TX_Q+ 1920-1980MHz Harmony Lite TX_Q- U101 MAX2363 Offset IF PLL IF Gain Synthesizer U200 760 MHz...

  • Page 78: Wcdma Tx Modulator

    A920: WCDMA TX Modulator VCC_ANA L201,R296 L298 page XX page XX L297 VRF_TX_2_775V FL201 E3503 VCC_DIG page XX R230 R200,R293 C245 page XX page XX VCC_DIG C297 L297 VCC_ANA page XX VCC_ANA L298 R291 L298 L241 page XX R292 page XX...

  • Page 79

    A920: WCDMA PA PA_ENABLE TEMP_SENSE Temp PCAP Sens U3000 Variable U440 Attenuator U410 U420 WCDMA_TX MAX2363 Coupler RF TOP U200 / RF Detector Isolator U450 Harmony Lite FL460 U101 VGC2 PA BIAS1 PA BIAS2 VRF_TX_2.775V VLOAD_SW Q401 V_DETECTOR RF_ DETECT...

  • Page 80: Wcdma Transmitter

    A920: WCDMA Transmitter VLOAD_SW U101 page XX VRF_TX_2_775V E3503 page XX PA_BATT+ J5400 page XX V_DETECTOR MAX2393_OUT R453 U101 C200 C422 page XX page XX FL410 R455 RF_DETECT U101 C452 page XX TEMP_COMP U420 U101 page XX U410 WCDMA_RF_OUT FL460...

  • Page 81

    A920: Charger EXT_B+ Q3963 PCAP RAW_EXT_B+ U3000 Conn R3961 Q3967 OV_SENSE ISENSE Charger OV_GATE CHRGC Q3960 PCAP MIDRATE_1 U3000 Q3966 R5480 CR3960 MAIN_FET CR3961 BattSense BATT_FDBK BATT+ Conn Q3964 BATT+ BATT_THERM Batt Conn BATT_IO Description The majority of the charging circuit is integrated in PCAP. This includes a digital to analog converter, analog to digital converter, battery feedback switch, thermistor switch/pullup, and current control sense.

  • Page 82

    A920: Voltage Regulators PCAP PCAP CAM_SHUTDOWN HELEN VCAM_3V Q3403 U3910 V6_ Drv VA_2_775V VGPS_RF_2_775V VHVIO_2_775V PCAP VRF_REF_2_475V VUSB_3_3V VUSB VBOOST_5_5V Q3502 VBOOST_LX VRF_HV_5V Vaux1_ Drv VBUCK_2_25V VRF_TX_2_775V VBUCK_LX VLVIO_1_95V Vaux1 VRF_REF_2_775V VRF_REF_1_875V V_VIB V_VIB VRF_DIG_1_875V VSIMC Vsim2 Q3610 Vaux2_ Drv...

  • Page 83: Receive Audio

    A920: RX Audio ST_CMP ST_REF ALEFT_IN R4395 HS_SPKR_L Audio Filter ALEFT_OUT MMSAP_FS 16-bit Circuit MMSAP_CLK Stereo ARIGHT_IN SSI2 Stereo J4300 MMSAP_TX Headset Audio Filter ARIGHT_OUT HS_SPKR_R Circuit ASAP_TX 13-bit SPKR- EARSPKR- ASAP_RX Phone SSI1 J7700 ASAP_CLK Handset Audio Filter SPKR+...

  • Page 84

    A920: RX Audio U3000 C3850 R3055 R5053 ASAP_TX U1000 ASAP_FS U2000 C3650 C3555 ASAP_CLK U5600 PCAP C3851 R3851 C5410 ST_CMP C3950 ST_REF R3951 R7654 EAR_SPKR+_PCAP R4004 Q6051 page XX C4207 C4008 C4355 C4198 C4306 C4100 EAR_SPKR-_PCAP R4004 page XX C4160...

  • Page 85

    A830: TX Audio LOGIC_SENSE EXT_MIC AUDIO_IN HS_MAKE_DETECT MIC_OUT MIC GAIN Audio Filter HS_MIC Circuit ASAP_RX ASAP_FS MIC_BIAS2 ASAP_CLK AUX_OUT Audio Filter AUX_MIC- Circuit J4100 MIC_BIAS1 PCAP Description The Internal Microphone is a single ended part. Following the Internal microphone path, the microphone is biased by R4103 to provide a MIC_BIAS of 2.0V from pin MIC_BIAS1 of PCAP.

  • Page 86: Transmit Audio

    A920: Transmit Audio U3000 ASAP_RX U1000 ASAP_FS U2000 ASAP_CLK U5600 PCAP R5483 C5050 VA_2_775V E3153 R5481 R5482 page XX C3950 C5407 C4550 R4550 C4210 R3951 R7654 HS_MAKE_DETECT* C4551 Q4300 page XX HS_MAKE_DETECT Q6051 R4306 page XX HS_MIC C4207 C4008 C4355...

  • Page 87

    A920: PCAP Touch Display Screen Speaker Ckts Audio Interface Mic Ckts Amplifiers Baseband Control Logic Circuits Helen CODEC Interface Bluetooth RF Interface Linear Logic Interface Regulators Interface Switching Regulator Regulator Interface Logic Multiplexer Interface Backlight Backlight Control Charger Charger Control...

  • Page 88

    A920: Helen VSAP 1-wire Keypad EL1T2 UART1 Magic LV MQSPI2 (GSM) IrDA IPCM RISC Serial BBIF M341 Starcore UART2 CKIH UART3 EL1T1 128Mbit FLASH cache MQSPI1 Harmony 64Mbit SDRAM Lite SDRAM (WCDMA) 80kB GQSPI eDRAM PCAP EBIF WCSP JTAG USIM...

  • Page 89

    A920: Legend Ref Freq: VMAIN_1_55V E3203 page XX POG_LVIO POG_LVIO R1001 page XX U1000 page XX POG_RESET* BB_CLK_13M U1300,U1310 C525 page XX page XX page XX VLVIO_1_95V VLVIO_1_95V E3352 E3352 RF_OSC_15_36M page XX page XX U130 page XX C1011 R1001...

  • Page 90

    A920: GSP_WAKEUP* GPS_TX U6000 GPS_ON_B GPS_RX page XX GPS_BOOT_SEL GPS_RESET STANDBY U2071 NB_RX_ACQ SWB+_EN page XX FL500 U5000 NB_EXC_EN* page XX page XX BFSR Q906 FL500 BATT_IO page 4-3 page XX R5485 FL500 TX_RX_ERROR page XX page XX U908 BCLKR...

  • Page 91: Pog Memory

    A920: POG Memory V_FLASH U1300,U1310 page XX page XX VMEM_1_875V U3000 page XX V_FLASH_IO V_FLASH_IO R1304 R1304 page XX page XX V_FLASH R1303 VMEM_1_875V FLASH_12V page XX U3000 TP1300 page XX page XX CR1300 V_SDRAM V_FLASH_IO R1304 U1400 V_SDRAM_IO page XX...

  • Page 92: Bluetooth

    A920: Bluetooth IC BLUETOOTH uP Unit BLUE_HOST_WAKE* A5600 (UPU) U5600 BLUE_WAKE* BLUE_CLK_EN* BT_RX- USB_DP U5600 HELEN BT_RX+ USB_DM Bluetooth 2.4GHz Baseband Core Transceiver FL5601 BT_TX+ (BBC) Peripheral BT_TX- Transport Unit (PTU) ASAP_RXD ASAP_TXD ASAP_FS PCAP ASAP_CLK Frequency Power CLK_32_768K Synthesizer...

  • Page 93

    A920: Bluetooth VBLUETH_1_875V E3451 page XX RAW_15_36 C132 page XX C5670 VAUX4_3V C5671 E3900 page XX R5623 R5671 C5617 VBLUETH_1_875V E3451 page XX U5623 C5622 U5600 C5620 VHIO_2_775V Bluetooth E3402 page XX R5613 L5604 R5675 CLK_32_768K U3000 FL5601 page XX...

  • Page 94

    A920: U6001 REF_FREQ Harmony GPS ANTENNA GPS FLASH Lite PIFA M6050 CLK_32_768K EXT GPS PCAP FL6055 ANTENNA GPS_BOOT_SEL(ED0) U6002 U6051 GPS_RESET* BUS INTERFACE FL6050 IF Filter & SIGN IQ Combiner AGCDAT U6000 GPS/WAAS SiRF ÷41 Baseband 38.194MHz GPS_WAKEUP* ACQCLK ÷7 ø...

  • Page 95: Gps Rf Circuit

    A920: GPS RF Circuit SIGN U6000 page XX U6000 page XX PECLREF U6000 page XX VGPS_EXTANT_2_775V ACQCLK U6000 page XX VGPS_RF_2_775V U3000 SW_VGPS_RF_2_775V Q6050 page XX NAND_OUT page XX U6075 GPSCLK U6000 C6062 C6064 page XX C6066 C6060 VRF_RX_2_775V page XX...

  • Page 96: Gps Baseband Circuit

    A920: GPS Baseband Circuit GPS_ON_B U1000 page XX REF_FREQ R133 page XX GPS_RESET* U1000 page XX JTDI U6000 VHVIO_2_775V page XX E3402 JTCK page XX U6000 VGPS_BB_2_775V U6010 page XX VGPS_BB_2_775V page XX GPS_RESET* U6010 U1000 page XX page XX...

  • Page 97

    A920: Camera 208x320 TFT 65K color PCAP IrDa_RX VAUX4_3V Video Reset* Buffer YUV 4:2:0 VSYNCO, HSYNCO Reset* U7605 VODATA3 Conexant Reset* YUV 4:2:2 Backend VSync, HSync Real Time Data Video VODATA[7:0] Transmission YUV 4:2:0 MPEG4/H.263 Processor Encoding Conexant CAM_ICLK ASIC...

  • Page 98: Video Circuit

    A920: Video Circuit VCAM_3V U3910 VSYNC page XX J7600 CAM_RESET* page XX HSYNC U2000 J7600 page XX page XX VCAM_3V U3910 page XX ICLK CAM_ICLK_OUT J7600 C7621 page XX page XX U7600 J7600 Pixel SENS_DATA(9:0) VODATA7 page XX VODATA6 VODATA3...

  • Page 99: Helen

    A920: Helen Helen GPIO uWIRE 1 Wire Battery MMC/SD FLASH FLASH ARM925 256 Mbit icache IrDA 16KB UART3 SDRAM dcache SDRAM Bridge 256 Mbit MCSI2 1.5Mb MCSI1 icache 12KW C55x SRAM UART2 Bluetooth Internal Bluetooth 48kW XCVR Audio DRAM (host)

  • Page 100

    A920: Helen Legend VCC_OUT U3000 Sig Gen: -20dBm C2001 VCO: HELEN_VDD2 E2013 page XX HELEN_VDD R2097 Y2000 page XX AP_F_CE_0* VAUX4_3V E3900 U2300 page XX page XX VLVIO_1_95V E3352 AP_HKSW page XX U5002 V_HFLASH_IO page XX R2011 R2051 VHOLD_EXT_EN C2002...

  • Page 101

    A920: Helen RXD_VMIN USB_TXEN* U3000 TXD_VPOUT SE0_IN page XX RTS_XRXD USB_VPIN AP_SD_CKE_HL U3000 DITHER_CLK page XX RESET_OUT* U7640 U3000 CAM_ROT_DETECT page XX page XX R7615 R3997 CAM_ICLK page XX page XX R7620 OPT2 U5003 CAM_LCLK page XX page XX R7635...

  • Page 102: Helen Flash Memory

    A920: Helen Flash Memory AP_FDATA(15:0) U2000 page XX V_HFLASH_IO R2304 AP_F_ADD(23:0) U2000 V_HFLASH_TRUM_CORE page XX page XX R2360 C2306 page XX U2380 C2350 PCAP_RESET* U3000 page XX PCAP_RESET* C2033 BB_RESET* U3000 U2000 page XX AP_F_RST* C2034 C2032 page XX U2000...

  • Page 103: Helen Sdram

    A920: Helen SDRAM USER_OFF R2404 U3000 page XX AP_SD_CS* U1000 page XX VCC_OUT VHVIO_2_775V E3402 U3000 C2401 page XX page XX Q3981 VHOLD_EXT_EN U3000 page XX VMEM_1_875V TP4504 U3000 page XX V_HDRAM_IO R2401 page XX V_HDRAM_IO R2098 page XX U2000...

  • Page 104: Parts List

    Parts List Introduction Motorola maintains a parts office staffed to process parts orders, identify part numbers, and otherwise assist in the maintenance and repair of Motorola Cellular prod- ucts. Orders for all parts listed in this document should be directed to the following Motorola International Logis-...

  • Page 105: Electrical Parts List

    Parts List A920/925 Electrical Parts List Electrical Parts List The following table lists the electrical parts list for the A920/A925 UMTS/GSM handset. Table 10. Electrical Parts List Reference Part Description Number Number 3987724N02 CONTACT A6050DNP 3988220M01 CONTACT C001 2113743N03 CAP, 1pF...

  • Page 106

    C295 2113743L17 CAP, 1000pF C296 2113743L17 CAP, 1000pF C297 2113743L41 CAP, .01uF C298 2113743N50 CAP, 100pF C299 2113743L41 CAP, .01uF C302 2113743N02 CAP, 0.75pF C303 2113743N26 CAP, 10pF C304 2113743N01 CAP, 0.5pF C305 2113743N50 CAP, 100pF Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 107

    C444 2113743L41 CAP, .01uF C445 2113743N50 CAP, 100pF C448 2113743N26 CAP, 10pF C449 2113743L41 CAP, .01uF C451 2113743N28 CAP, 12pF C452 2113947B05 CAP, 33pF C453 2113743L17 CAP, 1000pF C460 2113743N26 CAP, 10pF C502 2113743L37 CAP, 6800pF Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 108

    C576 2113743L05 CAP, 330pF C600 2113743N34 CAP, 22pF C602 2113928A01 CAP, 1.0uF C603 2113743N12 CAP, 2.7pF C604 2113743L05 CAP, 330pF C605 2113743L05 CAP, 330pF C606 2113743N54 CAP, 150pF C607 2113743L05 CAP, 330pF C608 2113743L05 CAP, 330pF Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 109

    C909 2113743N38 CAP, 33pF C910 2113743L41 CAP, .01uF C1000 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF C1001 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF C1002 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF C1003 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF C1004 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF C1005 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF C1006 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 110

    C1303 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF C1304 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF C1305 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF C1306 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF C1307 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF C1308 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF C1309 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF C1400 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF C1401 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 111

    C2090 2113928N01 CAP, 0.1uF C2094 2113928N01 CAP, 0.1uF C2097 2113928N01 CAP, 0.1uF C2098 2113928N01 CAP, 0.1uF C2099 2113928C12 CAP, 10uF C2302 2113928N01 CAP, 0.1uF C2303 2113928N01 CAP, 0.1uF C2306 2113928N01 CAP, 0.1uF C2350 2113928N01 CAP, 0.1uF Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 112

    C3402 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF C3450 2113928C04 CAP, 4.7uF C345DNP 2113743L17 CAP, 1000pF C3500 2113928C12 CAP, 10uF C3501 2113928C12 CAP, 10uF C3502 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF C3550 2113928C04 CAP, 4.7uF C3555 2113743N35 CAP, 24pF C3560 2113928C12 CAP, 10uF Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 113

    2113928C12 CAP, 10uF C3987 2113928C12 CAP, 10uF C3989 2113928P04 CAP, 1.0uF C3990 2113928C12 CAP, 10uF C3991 2113928C12 CAP, 10uF C3993 2113743L41 CAP, .01uF C3992DNP 2113743L41 CAP, .01uF C3998DNP 2113743L35 CAP, 5600pF C4000 2113928P04 CAP, 1.0uF 5-10 Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 114

    2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF C4501 2113743N38 CAP, 33pF C4502 2113928C04 CAP, 4.7uF C4503 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF C4504 2113928C04 CAP, 4.7uF C4550 2113743L25 CAP, 2200pF C4551 2113743L41 CAP, .01uF C5000 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF C5002 2113743N38 CAP, 33pF 5-11 Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 115

    2113743N38 CAP, 33pF C5404 2113743N38 CAP, 33pF C5405 2113743N38 CAP, 33pF C5407 2113743L41 CAP, .01uF C5410 2113928C12 CAP, 10uF C5411 2113928N01 CAP, 0.1uF C5412 2113928N01 CAP, 0.1uF C5413 2113928P04 CAP, 1.0uF C5501 2113743N38 CAP, 33pF 5-12 Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 116

    2113947H01 CAP, 0.1uF C6005 2113743N38 CAP, 33pF C6007 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF C6008 2113743N38 CAP, 33pF C6009 2113743M24 CAP, 0.1uF C6010 2113743L41 CAP, .01uF C6011 2113928C12 CAP, 10uF C6012 2113743L01 CAP, 220pF C6014 2113928N01 CAP, 0.1uF 5-13 Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 117

    2113743N38 CAP, 33pF C7612 2113947B05 CAP, 33pF C7613 2113743N38 CAP, 33pF C7615 2113946D02 CAP, 1.0uF C7616 2113946D02 CAP, 1.0uF C7617 2113946D02 CAP, 1.0uF C7618 2113928N01 CAP, 0.1uF C7620 2113743N30 CAP, 15pF C7621 2113743L09 CAP, 470pF 5-14 Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 118

    SHORT_RES0402 SHORT E109 SHORT_RES0402 SHORT E110 SHORT_RES0402 SHORT E111 SHORT_RES0402 SHORT E528 SHORT_RES0402 SHORT E529 SHORT_RES0402 SHORT E530 SHORT_RES0402 SHORT E975 SHORT_RES0402 SHORT E976 SHORT_RES0402 SHORT E977 SHORT_RES0402 SHORT E2013 SHORT_RES0402 SHORT E2320 SHORT_RES0402 SHORT 5-15 Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 119

    9109239M16 SAF1G95KB0 FL460 5888234M01 34M01 FL500 9188695K04 95K04 FL510 4887925N01 FLTR FL4300 4889526L04 FLTR FL5601 9109239M23 LE65A FL6050 9109239M26 855969 FL6055 9185223E01 DFM2R1575 J001 0788468M03 CONTACT J3900 0988365M02 CONN_J J4100DNP 5085600J01 SPKR J4200DNP 2888328M01 CONN_P 5-16 Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 120

    2409154M70 IDCTR, 39.0nH L703 2409154M47 IDCTR, 82.0nH L710 2113743N12 CAP, 2.7pF L713 2409154M65 IDCTR, 15.0nH L810 2409154M09 IDCTR, 4.7nH L821 2409154M61 IDCTR, 6.8nH L825 2409154M52 IDCTR, 1.2nH L832 2409154M09 IDCTR, 4.7nH L3000 2588866L14 IDCTR, 47uH 5-17 Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 121

    4809607E04 2SB1132 Q3610 4809607E04 2SB1132 Q3960 4862830F01 SI8401DB Q3963 4862830F01 SI8401DB Q3964 4862830F01 SI8401DB Q3966 4862830F01 SI8401DB Q3967 4809939C39 EMD9 Q3980 4809579E49 SI6467DQ Q3981 4862830F01 SI8401DB Q4300 4809940E03 DTC114TE Q5000 4809579E58 FDG6332C Q5600 5109572E39 AS179_92 5-18 Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 122

    RESNET, 220 R1401DNP 0662057M01 RES, 0 R150 0662057M50 RES, 100 R151 SHORT_RES0402 SHORT R200 0662057N15 RES, 47K R201 0662057M98 RES, 10K R203 SHORT_RES0402 SHORT R205 0662057M43 RES, 51 R2009DNP 0662057B27 RES, 1.6MEG R213 0609591M37 RESNET, 10K 5-19 Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 123

    RES, 47K R347 SHORT_RES0402 SHORT R348 0662057M26 RES, 10 R349 0662057M26 RES, 10 R360 SHORT_RES0402 SHORT R361 SHORT_RES0402 SHORT R410 0662057M90 RES, 4.7K R411 0662057M70 RES, 680 R412 0662057M70 RES, 680 R420 0662057M01 RES, 0 5-20 Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 124

    0662057U98 RES, 7.5K R816 0662057U60 RES, 220 R822 0662057M01 RES, 0 R900 0662057M98 RES, 10K R901 0662057M98 RES, 10K R902 0662057M98 RES, 10K R903 0662057N15 RES, 47K R904 0662057M01 RES, 0 R912 0662057N15 RES, 47K 5-21 Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 125

    0662057V35 RES, 200K R3004 0687874L02 RES, 0.1 R3051 0687874L02 RES, 0.1 R3055 0662057U85 RES, 2.2K R3056 0662057V13 RES, 27K R3057 0662057M01 RES, 0 R3104 0687874L02 RES, 0.1 R3205DNP 0662057M01 RES, 0 R3221 0662057N23 RES, 100K 5-22 Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 126

    0662057M98 RES, 10K R4396 0662057M90 RES, 4.7K R4397 0662057N39 RES, 470K R4398 0662057M68 RES, 560 R4400 0662057M50 RES, 100 R4401 0662057M74 RES, 1K R4550 0662057N06 RES, 20K R5000 0662057N23 RES, 100K R5001 0662057N15 RES, 47K 5-23 Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 127

    0662057M01 RES, 0 R5503 0662057M01 RES, 0 R5603 0662057M78 RES, 1.5K R5604 0662057N08 RES, 24K R5605 0662057M96 RES, 8.2K R5606 0655086C39 RES, 2870 R5607 0662057M80 RES, 1.8K R5608 0662057M80 RES, 1.8K R5613 0662057M96 RES, 8.2K 5-24 Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 128

    R7641 0662057M78 RES, 1.5K R7642 0662057M92 RES, 5.6K R7643 0662057M98 RES, 10K R7644 0662057N23 RES, 100K R7645 0662057N23 RES, 100K R7646 0662057N23 RES, 100K R7654 0662057N39 RES, 470K R7650DNP 0662057M01 RES, 0 S2070 4085805H02 SWITCH 5-25 Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 129

    5109817F69 MAX2309 U410 5187970L05 AV122 U420 5109908K55 PA2001_5W U440 5109768D08 LM20 U450 5187970L13 DD02-92 U500 5188450M05 50M05 U510 5109522E63 NC7WZ04 U600 5109940K41 LIFE_30PIN U6004DNP 5182159Y04 MAX6381 U630 5109512F47 LP3985 U700 4809283D97 83D97 U710 5887694L17 EXB24ATE 5-26 Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 130

    U5670 5109522E60 TC7SZ08FU U6000 5109841C70 bga1 30 GSP2E U6001 5199342A01 GT28F800B U6002 5186311J23 NC7SZ126 U6003 5186311J23 NC7SZ126 U6010 5109512F46 ILC7081 U6050 5187970L16 GRF2I_LP U6051 5105739X12 BGA428 U6075 5109522E17 TC7S00FU U6500 5162852A33 HSDL3202 U7600 5189251L01 CX1164621 5-27 Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 131

    4809948D44 CSPESD304 VS7603 4809948D44 CSPESD304 VS7604 4809948D44 CSPESD304 VS7605 4809788E17 EDZ68B VS7601DNP 4809948D44 CSPESD304 VS7730 4809788E17 EDZ68B VS7731 4809788E17 EDZ68B Y130 4809718L14 NT5032SA Y500 4809612J43 XTAL Y2000 4809612J45 CX-91F Y3982 4809995L13 CC5V Y6050 4885169E03 TX2949 5-28 Preliminary ©2003 Motorola, Inc.

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