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Motorola XTL 1500 Detailed Service Manual

Motorola XTL 1500 Detailed Service Manual (452 pages)

Digtal, VHF/UHF Range 1/UHF Range 2/700–800 MHz  
Brand: Motorola | Category: Radio | Size: 22.35 MB
Table of contents
Motorola, Inc2................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Software Copyrights3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents6................................................................................................................................................................
Related Publications21................................................................................................................................................................
Limited Warranty22................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Introduction36................................................................................................................................................................
Notations Used In This Manual36................................................................................................................................................................
Control-head Assembly39................................................................................................................................................................
Keypad, Volume And Frequency Knob40................................................................................................................................................................
Vehicle Interface Ports41................................................................................................................................................................
Receiver Section42................................................................................................................................................................
Mhz Band Radios43................................................................................................................................................................
Mhz Radios44................................................................................................................................................................
Uhf Range 1/uhf Range 2 Radios45................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Section46................................................................................................................................................................
Digital (astro) Mode Of Operation47................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Theory Of Operation50................................................................................................................................................................
Power Management52................................................................................................................................................................
Power Distribution53................................................................................................................................................................
Power Up / Power Down Sequence55................................................................................................................................................................
User Interface56................................................................................................................................................................
Main Board57................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-6. Xtl 1500 Main Board Sections (vhf Mid Power)—side 158................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-7. Xtl 1500 Main Board Sections (vhf Mid Power)—side 259................................................................................................................................................................
Uhf Range 1 (380-470 Mhz) And Uhf Range 2 (450-520 Mhz) Band60................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-9. Xtl 1500 Main Board Sections (uhf Range 1 Mid Power And Uhf Range 2)—side 261................................................................................................................................................................
Mhz Band62................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-11. Xtl 1500 Main Board Sections (700–800 Mhz)—side 263................................................................................................................................................................
Radio Power Distribution64................................................................................................................................................................
Receiver Front-end65................................................................................................................................................................
Db Step Attenuator (u3250)66................................................................................................................................................................
Mixer (d3258)67................................................................................................................................................................
Highpass Filter And First Low-noise Amplifier68................................................................................................................................................................
Uhf Range 2 (450–520 Mhz) Band69................................................................................................................................................................
Preselector Filter70................................................................................................................................................................
Mixer (u6251)72................................................................................................................................................................
Uhf Range 1 (380-470 Mhz) Band73................................................................................................................................................................
Intermediate Frequency (if) Filter74................................................................................................................................................................
Uhf Range 2 (450-520 Mhz) Band75................................................................................................................................................................
Transmitter78................................................................................................................................................................
Output Network (on)79................................................................................................................................................................
Power Control80................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-24. Power Control Components (vhf)81................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-27. Power Control Components (uhf Range 1)85................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-29. Output Network Components (uhf Range 2)87................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-30. Power Control Components (uhf Range 2)89................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-32. Output Network Components (700–800 Mhz)91................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-33. Power Control Components (700–800 Mhz)93................................................................................................................................................................
Frequency Generation Unit (fgu)94................................................................................................................................................................
Reference Oscillator95................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage Multiplier96................................................................................................................................................................
Charge Pump Bias97................................................................................................................................................................
Receiver Injection98................................................................................................................................................................
Transmitter Vcos102................................................................................................................................................................
Superfilter105................................................................................................................................................................
Transmitter Injection106................................................................................................................................................................
Prescaler Feedback107................................................................................................................................................................
Receiver Vcos111................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-42. Xtl 1500 Controller Section112................................................................................................................................................................
Daughtercard Module113................................................................................................................................................................
Controller Dc Power Distribution114................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Circuits115................................................................................................................................................................
Power-up/power-down Sequence116................................................................................................................................................................
Power Turn-on117................................................................................................................................................................
Rs-232 Usb Bus118................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Communications On The External Bus (sb9600)119................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Peripheral Interface (spi) Bus120................................................................................................................................................................
Receive Audio121................................................................................................................................................................
Transmit Audio122................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-49. Xtl 1500 Tx Signal Path123................................................................................................................................................................
Flash Programming124................................................................................................................................................................
Reflashing/upgrading Firmware125................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Troubleshooting Procedures126................................................................................................................................................................
Rigid Circuit Boards127................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage Measurement And Signal Tracing128................................................................................................................................................................
Operational Error Codes130................................................................................................................................................................
Vco Hybrid Assembly131................................................................................................................................................................
Out-of-lock Condition132................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-1. Frequency Generator Unit Dc Power Supply Distribution (vhf)133................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-2. Frequency Generation Unit Block Diagram (vhf)134................................................................................................................................................................
No Or Low Output Power (tx Or Rx Injection)136................................................................................................................................................................
Fgu Troubleshooting Aids138................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-5. Frequency Generation Unit Block Diagram (uhf Range 1)139................................................................................................................................................................
Uhf Range 2 (450–520 Mhz) Band Main Board Troubleshooting142................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-8. Frequency Generation Unit Block Diagram (uhf Range 2)145................................................................................................................................................................
Display Flashes "fail 001"148................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-10. Frequency Generation Unit Dc Power Supply Distribution (700–800 Mhz)150................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-11. Frequency Generation Unit Block Diagram (700–800 Mhz)151................................................................................................................................................................
Receiver Front-end (rxfe)157................................................................................................................................................................
Uhf Range 1 (380–470 Mhz) Band159................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Troubleshooting Charts162................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Tables164................................................................................................................................................................
For Uhf R2 Models167................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Test Points171................................................................................................................................................................
Flowcharts172................................................................................................................................................................
Poor Rx Sensitivity Or No Rx Audio (136–174 Mhz)—part 1 Of 2173................................................................................................................................................................
Poor Rx Sensitivity Or No Rx Audio (136–174 Mhz)—part 2 Of 2174................................................................................................................................................................
Rx If—poor Sinad Or No Audio (136–174 Mhz)175................................................................................................................................................................
Rx Back-end—poor Sinad Or No Audio (136–174 Mhz)—part 1 Of 3176................................................................................................................................................................
Rx Back-end—poor Sinad Or No Audio (136–174 Mhz)—part 2 Of 3177................................................................................................................................................................
Rx Back-end—poor Sinad Or No Audio (136–174 Mhz)—part 3 Of 3178................................................................................................................................................................
Low Or No Rx Injection Signal (136–174 Mhz)179................................................................................................................................................................
Low Or No Tx Injection Signal (136–174 Mhz)180................................................................................................................................................................
Tx Or Rx Vco Unlock (fail 001) (136–174 Mhz)—part 1 Of 2181................................................................................................................................................................
Tx Or Rx Vco Unlock (fail 001) (136–174 Mhz)—part 2 Of 2182................................................................................................................................................................
No Output Power At Tx Mode (136–174 Mhz)183................................................................................................................................................................
No Output Power And Idc < 2a At Tx Mode (136–174 Mhz)184................................................................................................................................................................
No 16.8 Mhz Reference Oscillator Frequency (380–470 Mhz And 450–520 Mhz)185................................................................................................................................................................
Poor Rx Sensitivity Or No Rx Audio (380–470 Mhz And 450–520 Mhz)—part 1 Of 2186................................................................................................................................................................
Poor Rx Sensitivity Or No Rx Audio (380–470 Mhz And 450–520 Mhz)—part 2 Of 2187................................................................................................................................................................
Rx If—poor Sinad Or No Audio (380–470 Mhz And 450–520 Mhz)—part 1 Of 2188................................................................................................................................................................
Rx If—poor Sinad Or No Audio (380–470 Mhz And 450–520 Mhz)—part 2 Of 2189................................................................................................................................................................
Rx Back-end—poor Sinad Or No Audio (380–470 Mhz And 450–520 Mhz Part 1 Of 3190................................................................................................................................................................
Rx Back-end—poor Sinad Or No Audio (380–470 Mhz And 450–520 Mhz Part 2 Of 3191................................................................................................................................................................
Rx Back-end — Poor Sinad Or No Audio (380–470 Mhz And 450–520 Mhz Part 3 Of 3192................................................................................................................................................................
Low Or No Rx Injection Signal (380–470 Mhz And 450–520 Mhz)193................................................................................................................................................................
Low Or No Tx Injection Signal (380–470 Mhz And 450–520 Mhz)194................................................................................................................................................................
No Tx Audio (380–470 Mhz And 450–520 Mhz)195................................................................................................................................................................
Tx Or Rx Vco Unlock (fail 001) (380–470 Mhz And 450–520 Mhz)—part 1 Of 2196................................................................................................................................................................
Tx Or Rx Vco Unlock (fail 001) (380–470 Mhz And 450–520 Mhz)—part 2 Of 2197................................................................................................................................................................
Rf Power Amplifier (rfpa)—no Or Low Tx Power Output (380–470 Mhz And 450–520 Mhz)—part 1 Of 5198................................................................................................................................................................
Rf Power Amplifier (rfpa)—no Or Low Tx Power Output (380–470 Mhz And 450–520 Mhz)—part 2 Of 5199................................................................................................................................................................
Rf Power Amplifier (rfpa)—no Or Low Tx Power Output (380–470 Mhz And 450–520 Mhz)—part 3 Of 5200................................................................................................................................................................
Rf Power Amplifier (rfpa)—no Or Low Tx Power Output (380–470 Mhz And 450–520 Mhz)—part 4 Of 5201................................................................................................................................................................
Rf Power Amplifier (rfpa)—no Or Low Tx Power Output (380–470 Mhz And 450–520 Mhz)—part 5 Of 5202................................................................................................................................................................
Rfpa Power Control—no Vgbias (380–470 Mhz And 450–520 Mhz)203................................................................................................................................................................
No 16.8 Mhz Reference Oscillator Frequency (700–800 Mhz)204................................................................................................................................................................
Poor Rx Sensitivity Or No Rx Audio (700–800 Mhz)—part 1 Of 2205................................................................................................................................................................
Poor Rx Sensitivity Or No Rx Audio (700–800 Mhz)—part 2 Of 2206................................................................................................................................................................
Rx If—poor Sinad Or No Audio (700–800 Mhz)207................................................................................................................................................................
Rx Back-end—poor Sinad Or No Audio (700–800 Mhz)—part 1 Of 3208................................................................................................................................................................
Rx Back-end—poor Sinad Or No Audio (700–800 Mhz)—part 2 Of 3209................................................................................................................................................................
Rx Back-end—poor Sinad Or No Audio (700–800 Mhz)—part 3 Of 3210................................................................................................................................................................
Low Or No Rx Injection Signal (700–800 Mhz)211................................................................................................................................................................
Low Or No Tx Injection Signal (700–800 Mhz)212................................................................................................................................................................
No Tx Audio (700–800 Mhz)213................................................................................................................................................................
Tx Or Rx Vco Unlock (fail 001) (700–800 Mhz)—part 1 Of 2214................................................................................................................................................................
Tx Or Rx Vco Unlock (fail 001) (700–800 Mhz)—part 2 Of 2215................................................................................................................................................................
Rf Power Amplifier (rfpa)—no Or Low Tx Power Output (700–800 Mhz Part 1 Of 5216................................................................................................................................................................
Rf Power Amplifier (rfpa)—no Or Low Tx Power Output (700–800 Mhz Part 2 Of 5217................................................................................................................................................................
Rf Power Amplifier (rfpa)—no Or Low Tx Power Output (700–800 Mhz Part 3 Of 5218................................................................................................................................................................
Rf Power Amplifier (rfpa)—no Or Low Tx Power Output (700–800 Mhz Part 4 Of 5219................................................................................................................................................................
Rf Power Amplifier (rfpa)—no Or Low Tx Power Output (700–800 Mhz Part 5 Of 5220................................................................................................................................................................
Rfpa Power Control—no K9.1v (700–800 Mhz)221................................................................................................................................................................
Rfpa Power Control—no Vgbias (700–800 Mhz)222................................................................................................................................................................
Rfpa Power Control—no Or Low Tx Rfpa_cntrl (700–800 Mhz)—part 1 Of 2223................................................................................................................................................................
Rfpa Power Control—no Or Low Tx Rfpa_cntrl (700–800 Mhz)—part 2 Of 2224................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Troubleshooting Waveforms226................................................................................................................................................................
Xtl 1500 Waveforms227................................................................................................................................................................
Power-down Reset228................................................................................................................................................................
Khz Clock Waveform229................................................................................................................................................................
Dsp Ssi Port Tx Mode Csq230................................................................................................................................................................
Sb9600 Waveforms231................................................................................................................................................................
Sb9600 Bus+ And Reset Waveforms232................................................................................................................................................................
Rs-232 Rx Waveforms233................................................................................................................................................................
Rs-232 Rx/tx Waveforms234................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Audio Port Waveforms235................................................................................................................................................................
Khz Frame Sync Waveform236................................................................................................................................................................
Tx Audio Waveforms237................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 7 Schematics, Component Location Diagrams, And Parts Lists240................................................................................................................................................................
Control Head Main Board242................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-2. Control Head Controller (omap Processor) Sheet 1 Of 2243................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-3. Control Head Controller (omap Processor) Sheet 2 Of 2244................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-4. Control Head Controller (sdram And Flash Memory)245................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-5. Tps65012 Power Management Ic, Factory Programming246................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-6. Voltage Regulators247................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-7. Avr Power Management Control248................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-8. Gcai Accessory Interface (sheet 1 Of 2)249................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-9. Gcai Accessory Interface (sheet 2 Of 2)250................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-10. Gcai Connector Schematic251................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-11. User Interface (sheet 1 Of 2)252................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-12. User Interface (sheet 2 Of 2)253................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-13. Rear Connector254................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-14. Control Head Main Board Layout—side 1 Top255................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-15. Control Head Main Board Layout—side 2 Bottom256................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-16. Gcai Connector Board Layout—side 1 Top262................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-17. Gcai Connector Board Layout—side 2 Bottom263................................................................................................................................................................
Hud4022a (vhf) Main Board265................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-21. Hud4022a Controller Urchin Ic, Mux, And Ad5320 Dac Schematic268................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-22. Hud4022a Controller Audio Schematic269................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-23. Hud4022a Controller Power Control (sheet 1 Of 2)270................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-24. Hud4022a Controller Power Control (sheet 2 Of 2)271................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-25. Hud4022a Frequency Generation Unit Overall Schematic (sheet 1 Of 2)272................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-26. Hud4022a Frequency Generation Unit Overall Schematic (sheet 2 Of 2)273................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-27. Hud4022a Vhf Transmitter Vco Schematic274................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-28. Hud4022a Frequency Generation Unit Vhf Receive Injection Schematic275................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-29. Hud4022a Frequency Generation Unit Vhf Transmit Injection Schematic276................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-30. Hud4022a Receiver Back-end Schematic277................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-31. Hud4022a Receiver Front-end Schematic (sheet 1 Of 2)278................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-32. Hud4022a Receiver Front-end Schematic (sheet 2 Of 2)279................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-33. Hud4022a Receiver If Schematic280................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-34. Hud4022a Rf Power Amplifier (rf Pa) Schematic (sheet 1 Of 2)281................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-35. Hud4022a Rf Power Amplifier (rf Pa) Schematic (sheet 2 Of 2)282................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-36. Hud4022a Secure Block Diagram And Interconnections283................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-37. Hud4022a Accessory Connector Schematic284................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-38. Hud4022a Power Supply Schematic285................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-39. Hud4022a Usb/rs232/sb9600 Schematic286................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-40. Hud4022a Sb9600 Schematic287................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-41. Hud4022a Usb/rs232/sb9600 Vip Input/output Schematic288................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-42. Hud4022a Control-head Connector Schematic289................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-43. Hud4022a Interface Connector Schematic290................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-44. Hud4022a Main Board Layout—side 1 Top291................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-45. Hud4022a Main Board Layout—side 1 Bottom292................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-46. Hud4022a Main Board Layout—side 2 Top293................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-47. Hud4022a Main Board Layout—side 2 Bottom294................................................................................................................................................................
Hue4039a (uhf Range 1) Main Board304................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-51. Hue4039a Controller Urchin Ic, Mux, And Ad5320 Dac Schematic307................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-52. Hue4039a Controller Audio Schematic308................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-53. Hue4039a Controller Power Control Schematic309................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-54. Hue4039a Frequency Generation Unit310................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-55. Hue4039a Receive Vco Schematic311................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-56. Hue4039a Transmit Vco Schematic312................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-57. Hue4039a Receiver Back-end Schematic313................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-58. Hue4039a Receiver Front-end Schematic314................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-59. Hue4039a Receiver Mixer Schematic315................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-60. Hue4039a Receiver Preselector Schematic316................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-61. Hue4039a Receiver If Schematic317................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-62. Hue4039a Rf Power Amplifier (rf Pa) Schematic318................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-63. Hue4039a Output Network (on) Schematic319................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-64. Hue4039a Secure Block Diagram And Interconnections320................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-65. Hue4039a Rear Accessory Connector Schematic321................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-66. Hue4039a Secure Power Supply Schematic322................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-67. Hue4039a Secure Usb/rs232/sb9600 Schematic323................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-68. Hue4039a Secure Sb9600 Schematic324................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-69. Hue4039a Secure Usb/rs232/sb9600 Vip Input/output Schematic325................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-70. Hue4039a Secure Control-head Connector Schematic326................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-71. Hue4039a Secure Interface Connector Schematic327................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-72. Hue4039a Main Board Layout—side 1 Top328................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-73. Hue4039a Main Board Layout—side 1 Middle329................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-74. Hue4039a Main Board Layout—side 1 Bottom330................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-75. Hue4039a Main Board Layout—side 2 Top331................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-76. Hue4039a Main Board Layout—side 2 Middle332................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-77. Hue4039a Main Board Layout—side 2 Bottom333................................................................................................................................................................
Hue4040a (uhf Range 2) Main Board345................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-81. Hue4040a Controller Urchin Ic, Mux, And Ad5320 Dac Schematic348................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-82. Hue4040a Controller Audio Schematic349................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-83. Hue4040a Controller Power Control Schematic350................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-84. Hue4040a Frequency Generation Unit351................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-85. Hue4040a Receive Vco Schematic352................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-86. Hue4040a Transmit Vco Schematic353................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-87. Hue4040a Receiver Back-end Schematic354................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-88. Hue4040a Receiver Front-end Schematic355................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-89. Hue4040a Receiver Mixer Schematic356................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-90. Hue4040a Receiver Preselector Schematic357................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-91. Hue4040a Receiver If Schematic358................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-92. Hue4040a Rf Power Amplifier (rf Pa) Schematic359................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-93. Hue4040a Output Network (on) Schematic360................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-94. Hue4040a Secure Block Diagram And Interconnections361................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-95. Hue4040a Rear Accessory Connector Schematic362................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-96. Hue4040a Secure Power Supply Schematic363................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-97. Hue4040a Secure Usb/rs232/sb9600 Schematic364................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-98. Hue4040a Secure Sb9600 Schematic365................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-99. Hue4040a Secure Control-head Connector Schematic (sheet 1 Of 2)366................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-100.hue4040a Secure Control-head Connector Schematic (sheet 2 Of 2)367................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-101.hue4040a Secure Interface Connector Schematic368................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-102.hue4040a Main Board Layout—side 1 Top369................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-103.hue4040a Main Board Layout—side 1 Middle370................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-104.hue4040a Main Board Layout—side 1 Bottom371................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-105.hue4040a Main Board Layout—side 2 Top372................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-106.hue4040a Main Board Layout—side 2 Middle373................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-107.hue4040a Main Board Layout—side 2 Bottom374................................................................................................................................................................
Huf4017a (700-800 Mhz) Main Board386................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-110.huf4017a Controller Block Diagram And Interconnections (sheet 2 Of 3)388................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-111.huf4017a Controller Block Diagram And Interconnections (sheet 3 Of 3)389................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-112.huf4017a Controller Audio Schematic390................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-113.huf4017a Power, Data, Secure, And Front/rear Connector Block Diagrams391................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-114.huf4017a Usb/rs232/sb9600 Schematic392................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-115.rear Accessory Connector (j0402) Schematic393................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-116.control-head Front Connector Schematic394................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-117.controller Power Supply And Emergency Schematic395................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-118.controller Rs232/sb9600 Schematic396................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-119.controller Vip Input/output Schematic397................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-120.controller Secure Interface Connector Schematic398................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-121.secure Interface Board Schematic399................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-122.huf4017a Controller Urchin Ic, Mux, And Ad5320 Dac Schematic400................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-123.huf4017a Controller Power Supply Schematic401................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-124.huf4017a Receiver Back-end Schematic402................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-125.huf4017a Receiver Front-end Schematic (sheet 1 Of 2)403................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-126.huf4017a Receiver Front-end Schematic (sheet 2 Of 2)404................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-127.huf4017a Receiver Intermediate Frequency (if) Schematic405................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-128.huf4017a Rf Power Amplifier (pa) Schematic (sheet 1 Of 2)406................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-129.huf4017a Rf Power Amplifier (pa) Schematic (sheet 2 Of 2)407................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-130.huf4017a Frequency Generation Unit Overall Schematic (sheet 1 Of 2)408................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-131.huf4017a Frequency Generation Unit Overall Schematic (sheet 2 Of 2)409................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-132.huf4017a Frequency Generation Unit 800 Mhz Receive Injection Schematic410................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-133.huf4017a Frequency Generation Unit 800 Mhz Transmit Injection Schematic411................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-134.huf4017a Main Board Layout—side 1 Top412................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-135.huf4017a Main Board Layout—side 1 Middle413................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-136.huf4017a Main Board Layout—side 1 Bottom414................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-137.huf4017a Main Board Layout—side 2 Top415................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-138.huf4017a Main Board Layout—side 2 Middle416................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-139.huf4017a Main Board Layout—side 2 Bottom417................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 7-140.huf4017a Daughtercard Module Board Layout418................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 8 Flex Cable Pin-out Lists428................................................................................................................................................................
A.1 Basic Ordering Information430................................................................................................................................................................
A.5 Fax Orders431................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary432................................................................................................................................................................

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Motorola XTL 1500 User Manual

Motorola XTL 1500 User Manual (120 pages)

Brand: Motorola | Category: Radio | Size: 5.41 MB
Table of contents
Trunking Features5................................................................................................................................................................
Alert Tones7................................................................................................................................................................
Declaration Of Conformity9................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Software Copyrights10................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Copyrights10................................................................................................................................................................
Disclaimer10................................................................................................................................................................
Patent Disclosure10................................................................................................................................................................
Notations Used In This Manual11................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents12................................................................................................................................................................
Getting To Know Your Radio17................................................................................................................................................................
Major Radio Components18................................................................................................................................................................
The Xtl 1500 Radio18................................................................................................................................................................
The Control Head18................................................................................................................................................................
Using Your Radio: The Basics20................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Your Radio On Or Off20................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Volume21................................................................................................................................................................
Turning The Display/keypad Light On Or Off21................................................................................................................................................................
Entering Menus (softkeys)21................................................................................................................................................................
Returning To The Home Display22................................................................................................................................................................
Trunked Modes Or Conventional Channels22................................................................................................................................................................
Field Programming22................................................................................................................................................................
Interpreting Radio Status Indicators23................................................................................................................................................................
Entering Characters Using The Keypad29................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Radio Operation31................................................................................................................................................................
Monitoring Conventional Modes32................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Zone And Mode (channel)33................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving On A Conventional Mode34................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Squelch Setting34................................................................................................................................................................
Receiving On Trunked Systems35................................................................................................................................................................
Transmitting On Conventional Modes35................................................................................................................................................................
Transmitting On Trunked Systems36................................................................................................................................................................
Time-out Timer37................................................................................................................................................................
Common Radio Features39................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Status Call (trunking Only)40................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Transmit Power Level42................................................................................................................................................................
Conventional Squelch Options43................................................................................................................................................................
Analog Squelch Options43................................................................................................................................................................
Digital Squelch Options43................................................................................................................................................................
Sending An Emergency Alarm44................................................................................................................................................................
Sending An Emergency Call45................................................................................................................................................................
Special Considerations For Emergencies46................................................................................................................................................................
Types Of Scan47................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Scan On Or Off48................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Nuisance Modes48................................................................................................................................................................
Ptt-id (optional)49................................................................................................................................................................
Telephone Operation (conventional And Trunking)50................................................................................................................................................................
Answering A Telephone Call50................................................................................................................................................................
Call Alert (conventional And Trunking)51................................................................................................................................................................
Paging The Last Id Number Transmitted Or Received51................................................................................................................................................................
Entering Directly The Id Number To Be Paged51................................................................................................................................................................
Scrolling To An Id Number In The Page List52................................................................................................................................................................
Going Directly To An Id Number In The Page List53................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Call Alert Page54................................................................................................................................................................
Answering A Call Alert Page55................................................................................................................................................................
Optional External Alarms (horn And/or Lights)57................................................................................................................................................................
Turning External Alarm(s) On Or Off57................................................................................................................................................................
When A Call Is Received While Alarms Are Turned On58................................................................................................................................................................
Conventional Features59................................................................................................................................................................
Repeater/direct Operation59................................................................................................................................................................
Status Calls (digital Modes Only)60................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Status Call60................................................................................................................................................................
Smart Ptt61................................................................................................................................................................
Talkgroup Calls62................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Talkgroup62................................................................................................................................................................
Selective Calls63................................................................................................................................................................
Calling The Last Id Number Transmitted Or Received63................................................................................................................................................................
Entering Directly The Id Number To Be Called64................................................................................................................................................................
Scrolling To An Id Number In The Call List65................................................................................................................................................................
Going Directly To An Id Number In The Call List66................................................................................................................................................................
Starting A Selective Call67................................................................................................................................................................
Features Used On Trunking Systems69................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Your Radio's Id Number70................................................................................................................................................................
Programming A Page Or Call Number71................................................................................................................................................................
Programming A Page Or Call Name74................................................................................................................................................................
Hang Up Box (hub)76................................................................................................................................................................
Enhanced Private Conversation76................................................................................................................................................................
Sending A Private Conversation Call80................................................................................................................................................................
Answering An Enhanced Private Conversation Call81................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Regrouping83................................................................................................................................................................
Electronic (menu) Mode Selection83................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Enable And Disable83................................................................................................................................................................
Smartzone Operation84................................................................................................................................................................
Locking/unlocking A Site84................................................................................................................................................................
Searching For A Site85................................................................................................................................................................
Site Trunking86................................................................................................................................................................
Failsoft86................................................................................................................................................................
Out-of-range Indication87................................................................................................................................................................
Trunked Announcement88................................................................................................................................................................
Initiating An Announcement88................................................................................................................................................................
Secure Features89................................................................................................................................................................
Features Available On Secure Xtl 150089................................................................................................................................................................
Transmitting In Secure And Clear Modes90................................................................................................................................................................
System Considerations91................................................................................................................................................................
Loss Indication91................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting A Key (conventional Only)92................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting93................................................................................................................................................................
Accessories95................................................................................................................................................................
Antennas95................................................................................................................................................................
Cables96................................................................................................................................................................
Microphones96................................................................................................................................................................
Miscellaneous96................................................................................................................................................................
Speakers96................................................................................................................................................................
Trunnion Kits96................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix: Maritime Radio Use In The Vhf Frequency Range97................................................................................................................................................................
Special Channel Assignments97................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Channel97................................................................................................................................................................
Non-commercial Call Channel98................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Frequency Requirements98................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary101................................................................................................................................................................
Commercial Warranty And Service105................................................................................................................................................................
Limited Warranty105................................................................................................................................................................
Service109................................................................................................................................................................
Index111................................................................................................................................................................
Control Head Foldout Page117................................................................................................................................................................
Motorola XTL 1500 Installation Manual

Motorola XTL 1500 Installation Manual (60 pages)

Motorola Astro XTL 1500 Digital Mobile Radio Installation manual  
Brand: Motorola | Category: Radio | Size: 4.24 MB
Table of contents
Foreword2................................................................................................................................................................
Parts Ordering2................................................................................................................................................................
Computer Software Copyrights2................................................................................................................................................................
Document Copyrights2................................................................................................................................................................
Disclaimer2................................................................................................................................................................
Trademarks2................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Requirements For Compliance With Radio Frequency (rf) Energy Exposure Safety Standards3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Radio Model Numbering Scheme10................................................................................................................................................................
Commercial Warranty11................................................................................................................................................................
Limited Warranty11................................................................................................................................................................
Motorola Communication Products11................................................................................................................................................................
What This Warranty Covers And For How Long11................................................................................................................................................................
General Provisions11................................................................................................................................................................
State Law Rights12................................................................................................................................................................
How To Get Warranty Service12................................................................................................................................................................
What This Warranty Does Not Cover12................................................................................................................................................................
Patent And Software Provisions13................................................................................................................................................................
Governing Law13................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Introduction15................................................................................................................................................................
Mobile Radio Description15................................................................................................................................................................
Dimensions15................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-1. Front View Of Dash Mount Brick Trunnion15................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-2. Side View Of Dash Mount Brick Trunnion15................................................................................................................................................................
Dash Mount Configuration16................................................................................................................................................................
Base/control Stations16................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-3. Dash Mount Configuration16................................................................................................................................................................
Tools Required For Xtl 1500 Installations17................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Standard Configurations19................................................................................................................................................................
Planning The Installation19................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-1. Mounting Flexibility In Middle Console20................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-2. On Top Or Under Dash Mounting20................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-3. In Dash Mounting20................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-4. Radio Installation With Transceiver21................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Diagrams21................................................................................................................................................................
Radio Mounting22................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-5. Trunnion Orientation22................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-6. Transmission Hump Trunnion Mounting23................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-7. Below Dash Trunnion Mounting23................................................................................................................................................................
Locking Kit (optional)24................................................................................................................................................................
Power Cable And Ignition24................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-8. Locking Kit (optional)24................................................................................................................................................................
Ignition Sense Cable26................................................................................................................................................................
Antenna Installation26................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting An Antenna Site/location On A Metal Body Vehicle26................................................................................................................................................................
Mini-uhf Connection27................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-10. Mini-uhf Connection27................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-11. Mini-uhf Connector Tool28................................................................................................................................................................
Microphone Hang-up Clip29................................................................................................................................................................
Standard Hang-up Clip29................................................................................................................................................................
Handheld Hang-up Box29................................................................................................................................................................
Completing The Installation29................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Options And Accessories Installation31................................................................................................................................................................
Vip Overview31................................................................................................................................................................
Vip Output Connections31................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Pushbutton, Footswitch, Horn Relay, And Light Relay Installation32................................................................................................................................................................
Emergency Pushbutton Or Footswitch Installation32................................................................................................................................................................
Horn (external Alarm) Relay Installation32................................................................................................................................................................
Lights (external Alarm) Relay Installation32................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-1. Vip Connector Detail32................................................................................................................................................................
Dash-mount Accessory Installation33................................................................................................................................................................
Mdc Emergency Pushbutton Or Footswitch Installation33................................................................................................................................................................
Horn And Lights (external Alarms) Relays33................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-2. Emergency Switch Wiring Diagram33................................................................................................................................................................
External Speaker (hsn4031_)34................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-3. Horn/light Wiring Diagram34................................................................................................................................................................
June34................................................................................................................................................................
Accessory Connector Assembly Details (p2)35................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-4. Speaker Mounting35................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Into The Vehicle36................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Onto The Radio36................................................................................................................................................................
Disassembly And Assembly37................................................................................................................................................................
Disassembly37................................................................................................................................................................
Assembly37................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-5. Exploded View Of Accessory Connector Assembly (p2)37................................................................................................................................................................
Transceiver Rear Accessory Jack Connection39................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-6. Rear Accessory Jack Pin Configuration (j2) (radio Side)39................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-2. Rear Accessory Jack Pin Functions40................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Finishing The Installation: Cable Connection43................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A Replacement Parts Ordering45................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Ordering Information45................................................................................................................................................................
Motorola Online45................................................................................................................................................................
Mail Orders45................................................................................................................................................................
A.2 Motorola Online45................................................................................................................................................................
A.3 Mail Orders45................................................................................................................................................................
Fax Orders46................................................................................................................................................................
Parts Identification46................................................................................................................................................................
A.5 Fax Orders46................................................................................................................................................................
A.6 Parts Identification46................................................................................................................................................................
Product Customer Service46................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary47................................................................................................................................................................
Index57................................................................................................................................................................

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