Motorola Digital Spectra Plus Instruction manual

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ASTRO
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Spectra /Spectra Plus
Consolette
Instruction Manual
Motorola, Inc.
8000 West Sunrise Boulevard
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33322
MOTOROLA, the Stylized M Logo, ASTRO and Spectra are
registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. All other
product or service names are the property of their respective owners.
© Motorola, Inc. 2002.
All rights reserved. Printed in U.S.A.
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Spectra®/Spectra Plus
Consolette
Instruction Manual
Motorola, Inc.
8000 West Sunrise Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33322
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Foreword
The information contained in this manual relates to all ASTRO™ Spectra®/Spectra Plus Consolettes, unless
otherwise specified. This manual provides sufficient information to enable service shop personnel to troubleshoot
and repair an ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette to the component level.
Safety Information
Before operating an ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette, please read the “Consolette Installation Guidelines”
on page ix in the front of this manual.
Manual Revisions
Changes which occur after this manual is printed are described in FMRs (Florida Manual Revisions). These FMRs
provide complete replacement pages for all added, changed, and deleted items. To obtain FMRs, contact the
Radio Products Services Division (see “Appendix B - Replacement Parts Ordering”).
Computer Software Copyrights
The Motorola products described in this manual may include copyrighted Motorola computer programs stored in
semiconductor memories or other media. Laws in the United States and other countries preserve for Motorola
certain exclusive rights for copyrighted computer programs, including, but not limited to, the exclusive right to copy
or reproduce in any form the copyrighted computer program. Accordingly, any copyrighted Motorola computer
programs contained in the Motorola products described in this manual may not be copied, reproduced, modified,
reverse-engineered, or distributed in any manner without the express written permission of Motorola. Furthermore,
the purchase of Motorola products shall not be deemed to grant either directly or by implication, estoppel, or
otherwise, any license under the copyrights, patents or patent applications of Motorola, except for the normal nonexclusive license to use that arises by operation of law in the sale of a product.
Document Copyrights
No duplication or distribution of this document or any portion thereof shall take place without the express written
permission of Motorola. No part of this manual may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any form or by any
means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose without the express written permission of Motorola.
Disclaimer
The information in this document is carefully examined, and is believed to be entirely reliable. However, no
responsibility is assumed for inaccuracies. Furthermore, Motorola reserves the right to make changes to any
products herein to improve readability, function, or design. Motorola does not assume any liability arising out of the
applications or use of any product or circuit described herein; nor does it cover any license under its patent rights
nor the rights of others.
Trademarks
MOTOROLA, the Stylized M logo, ASTRO, and Spectra are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. All
other product or service names are the property of their respective owners.
© Motorola, Inc. 2003
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Table of Contents
Foreword . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii
Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii
Manual Revisions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii
Computer Software Copyrights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii
Document Copyrights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii
Disclaimer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii
Trademarks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii
List of Figures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vi
List of Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vii
Consolette Installation Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ix
RF Operational Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ix
Product Safety and RF Exposure Compliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ix
Operational Cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ix
Lightning and Surge Suppression . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ix
Safe Handling of CMOS Integrated-Circuit Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xi
ASTRO Spectra Consolette Model Chart. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xiii
ASTRO Spectra Plus Consolette Model Chart. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xv
Specifications for ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus VHF Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .xvi
Specifications for ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus UHF Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xvii
Specifications for ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus 800MHz Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xviii
ASTRO Spectra Consolette Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .xix
1 - Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
General. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Hardware Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Software Options. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Encryption Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
2 - Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Planning the Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Ventilation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Station Mounting Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Desktop Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Wall Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Antenna Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Power and Ground Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
AC Power Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
DC Input Power (Optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
DIP Switch and Jumper Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Audio Interface Board Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Tone Remote Control Board Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Clock/VU Meter Setup (Optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Time Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Month and Day Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Year Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
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Accessory Connector 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Accessory Connector 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Remote Control Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Digital Remote Control Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Tone Remote Control Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
3 - Theory of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Audio Interface Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
General Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Detailed Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Tone Remote Control Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
General Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Detailed Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Power-Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Receive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Transmit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Power-Up Self-Check Errors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
4 - Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Alignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Codeplug Programming. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
FLASHport Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Maintenance and Troubleshooting Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Recommended Test Equipment and Service Aids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Electrical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Mechanical. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Disassembly and Reassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Top Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
ASTRO Transceiver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
AIB/TRC Interface Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Power Supply. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Fan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Control Head (W7 Models Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
5 - Cable Diagrams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
Standard Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
Optional Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
6 - Diagrams and Parts Lists. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
List of Troubleshooting Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
List of Schematics, Boards, and Parts Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
Troubleshooting Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
Consolette Does Not Work Troubleshooting Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Power Problem Troubleshooting Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
TRC Local TX Troubleshooting Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
TRC RX Audio Troubleshooting Chart. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Trunking Tones Not Heard at Remote Console Troubleshooting Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
TRC Board DC Voltage Troubleshooting Chart. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
TRC TX Audio Troubleshooting Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
AIB TX Audio Troubleshooting Chart. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
AIB RX Audio Troubleshooting Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
AIB DC Power Troubleshooting Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Schematics, Boards, and Parts Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
ASTRO Spectra Consolette Exploded View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
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TRN 7393B Control Head Interface Board Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TRN7393B Component Location Diagram - Side 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TRN7393B Component Location Diagram - Side 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ASTRO Spectra Consolette Exploded View Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TRN7393B Control Head Interface Board Parts List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tone Remote Control Board Block Diagram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Audio Interface Board Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TRN7391C Audio Interface Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 1 of 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TRN7391C Audio Interface Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 2 of 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TRN7391C Audio Interface Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TRN7391C Audio Interface Board Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Component Location Diagram (viewed from side 1) . . . .
PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 1 of 6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 2 of 6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 3 of 6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 4 of 6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 5 of 6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 6 of 6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Electrical Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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A - Appendix A - Cross Patch Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
General Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Detailed Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Level Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Radio-Wide Changes Using CPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Audio Degradation Issues . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
B - Appendix B - Replacement Parts Ordering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Basic Ordering Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Transceiver Board and VOCON Board Ordering Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Motorola Online. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Mail Orders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Telephone Orders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Fax Orders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Parts Identification. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Product Customer Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
6881086C22-B
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List of Figures
Figure 1.
Figure 2.
Figure 3.
Figure 4.
Figure 5.
Figure 6.
Figure 7.
Figure 8.
Figure 9.
Figure 10.
Figure 11.
Figure 12.
Figure 13.
Figure 14.
Figure 15.
Figure 16.
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Wall Mounting ..................................................................................................................................... 6
Rear Panel .......................................................................................................................................... 6
Power Supply VAC-Select Switch ....................................................................................................... 7
Accessory 2 and 3 Mating Connector ............................................................................................... 16
Consolette Block Diagram................................................................................................................. 19
Consolette Front Panel - Model W7 .................................................................................................. 20
Consolette Front Panel - Model W9 .................................................................................................. 20
Remote Key-Up................................................................................................................................. 24
TRC to ACIM Cable Diagram ............................................................................................................ 30
TRC to ACIM Cable Orientation (not provided by Motorola) ............................................................. 31
ASTRO Spectra Programming Hardware Configuration ................................................................... 36
ASTRO Spectra Plus Programming Hardware Configuration ........................................................... 36
Removing the Top Cover .................................................................................................................. 38
Removing the Transceiver ................................................................................................................ 39
Removing the AIB/TRC Board .......................................................................................................... 41
Removing the Power Supply ............................................................................................................. 42
6881086C22-B
List of Tables
Table 1.
Table 2.
Table 3.
Table 4.
Table 5.
Table 6.
Table 7.
Table 8.
Table 9.
Table 10.
Table 11.
Table 12.
Table 13.
Table 14.
Table 15.
Table 16.
Table 17.
Table 18.
Table 19.
Table 20.
Table 21.
Table 22.
Table 23.
Table 24.
Audio Interface Board DIP Switch Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Audio Interface Board Jumper Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Tone Remote Control Board DIP Switch Settings (S100) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Tone Remote Control Board DIP Switch Settings (S101) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Tone Remote Control Board Jumper Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Tone Remote Control Board Plug Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Tone Table Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Accessory Connector 2 - Pin Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Accessory Connector 3 - Pin Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Accessory Connector 2 Pins: Digital Remote Control Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Accessory Connector 2 Pins: Tone Remote Control Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
TRC Function Tone Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Accessory Connector 1 (J13) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Supported IDs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
ASTRO Spectra Consolette Power-Up Self-Check Error Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
ASTRO Spectra Plus Consolette Power-Up Self-Check Error Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Field Programming items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Power LED Cable Part #3084459T01 (P/O TKN8676). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
RF Coaxial Cable Part #0112004E09 (P/O TKN8676). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Speaker Cable Part #3084457T01 (P/O TRN7394) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Control Head Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Radio Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Accessory Cable. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Clock/VU Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
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6881086C22-B
Consolette Installation Guidelines
RF Operational Characteristics
Your ASTRO® Spectra® Consolette and ASTRO Spectra Plus Consolette contain a digital mobile wireless two-way
radio. When the Consolette is ON, it receives and transmits radio frequency (RF) energy.
Product Safety and RF Exposure Compliance
!
Caution
Before using this product, read the operating instructions
for safe usage contained in the Product Safety and RF
Exposure booklet enclosed with your radio (Motorola
Publication part number 6881095C99).
Operational Cautions
•
Because of danger of introducing additional hazards, do not install substitute parts or perform any unauthorized
modifications of equipment.
•
DO NOT operate the transmitter of any Consolette unless all RF connectors are secure and all connectors are
properly terminated.
•
All equipment must be properly grounded in accordance with Motorola Standards and Guideline for
Communications Sites “R56” 68P81089E50 and specified installation instructions for safe operation.
•
Slots and openings in the Consolette housing are provided for ventilation. To ensure reliable operation of the
product and to protect if from overheating, these slots and openings must not be blocked or covered.
•
Only an authorized technician familiar with the Consolette should service equipment.
Lightning and Surge Suppression
General
The installation of Transient Voltage Surge Suppression (TVSS) devices is a requirement for all communication sites
and is essential for all facilities where communication-related electronics and electrical equipment are in use. Surges
and transient power anomalies are potentially destructive electrical disturbances, the most damaging being overvoltage occurrences and short duration over-voltage events. Sometimes referred to as “spikes,” high-energy
transient power anomalies can arise from inductive load switching of other events within the power system or
capacitive and inductive coupling from environmental events, such as nearby lightning activity. Environmental and
inductive power anomalies are wideband occurrences with a frequency range from close to DC to well into the RF
high frequency spectrum. It is critical that each point-of-entry (AC, telephone, LAN, signal/control, and RF) into the
equipment area be protected against these anomalies. This protection is essential to reduce the risk of personal
injury, physical equipment damage, and loss of operations (equipment downtime).
Recommendations
To protect your equipment from lightning and surge damage, do the following:
•
Install these TVSS devices as described in Chapter 9, “Transient Voltage Surge Suppression,” of the Motorola
Standards and Guideline for Communications Sites “R56” 68P81089E50 manual.
•
Ground all RF transmission lines from the antenna structure to the shelter or building as described in Chapter 6,
“External Grounding,” of the Motorola Standards and Guideline for Communications Sites “R56” 68P81089E50
manual. Upon entering the building, all RF transmission lines shall route through a coaxial RF-type TVSS (or
Surge Protection Device).
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Recommended Protectors
TVSS devices are available through Motorola’s Radio Products Services Division. Installation instructions
are generally included with each device. The following listing includes phone line suppressors, AC line
surge protectors, coaxial cable in-line lightning arrestors, and coaxial cable ground clamp kits.
Phone Line Suppressors
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RRX4021 - Single Line Suppressor, 3-electrode gas tube protector
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TRN4589 - Dual Line Suppressor, 3-electrode gas tube protector
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RRX4021 - Single Line Suppressor, 3-electrode gas tube protector
AC Line Surge Protectors
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RRX4034 - AC Line Surge Protector, 117VAC line, 7/8" x 14 conduit hole mounting
Coaxial Cable In-Line Lightning Arrestors
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RLN4711 - UHF-Type Connector
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RRX4025 - N-Type Connector
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RRX4032 - Tower Mount Kit
Coaxial Cable Ground Clamp Kits
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RDN5826 - 1/4" or 3/8" Cable Ground Clamp Kit
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RDN5514 - 1/2" Cable Ground Clamp Kit
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RDN5517 - 5/8" to 7/8" Cable Ground Clamp Kit
6881086C22-B
Consolette Installation Guidelines
Safe Handling of CMOS Integrated-Circuit Devices
Introduction
This section will aid you in troubleshooting a malfunctioning Consolette. It is intended to be detailed enough to
localize the malfunctioning circuit and isolate the defective component.
!
Caution
Before using this product, read the operating instructions
for safe usage contained in the Product Safety and RF
Exposure booklet enclosed with your radio (Motorola
Publication part number 6881095C99).
Handling Precautions
Complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) devices and other high-technology devices are used in the
Consolette. While the attributes of these devices are many, their characteristics make them susceptible to damage
by electrostatic discharge (ESD) or high-voltage charges.
Damage can be latent, resulting in failures occurring weeks or months later. Therefore, special precautions must be
taken to prevent device damage during disassembly, troubleshooting, and repair. Handling precautions are
mandatory for this radio and are especially important in low humidity conditions. DO NOT attempt to disassemble
the radio without observing the following handling precautions.
1. Eliminate static generators (plastics, Styrofoam, etc.) in the work area.
2. Remove nylon or double-knit polyester jackets, roll up long sleeves, and remove or tie back loose hanging
neckties.
3. Store and transport all static-sensitive devices in ESD-protective containers.
4. Disconnect all power from the unit before ESD-sensitive components are removed or inserted unless otherwise
noted.
5. Use a static-safeguarded workstation, which can be accomplished through the use of an antistatic kit (Motorola
part number 01-80386A82). This kit includes a wrist strap, two ground cords, a static-control table mat and a
static-control floor mat.
6. Always wear a conductive wrist strap when servicing this equipment. The Motorola part number for a
replacement wrist strap that connects to the table mat is 42-80385A59.
Parts Replacement and Substitution
Special care should be taken to ensure that a suspected component is actually the one at fault. This special care
will eliminate unnecessary unsoldering and removal of parts, which could damage or weaken other components or
the printed circuit board (PCB) itself.
When damaged parts are replaced, identical parts should be used. If the identical replacement component is not
locally available, check the parts list for the proper Motorola part number and order the component from the Radio
Products Services Division.
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Notes
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6881086C22-B
ASTRO Spectra Consolette Model Chart
ASTRO Spectra Consolette Model Chart
MODEL OR OPTION NUMBER
L04JKH9PW9_
L04KKH9PW9_
L04QKH9PW9_
L04RHH9PW9_
L04RKH9PW9_
L04RKH9PW9_SP01
L04SKH9PW9_
L04UJH9PW9_
L04JKH9PW7_
L04KKH9PW7_
L04QKH9PW7_
L04RHH9PW7_
L04RKH9PW7_
L04RKH9PW7_SP01
L04SKH9PW7_
L04UJH9PW7_
L146
ITEM NUMBER
X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
HPN4005_
X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
FRN5358_
X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
HLN5558_
X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
HLN6282_
X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
HLN6344_
X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
HLN6458_
X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
THN6676_
X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
TKN8676_
X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X
HLN6607_
X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X D TRN7391_
X X X X X X X X A PLN1360_
X X X X X X X X
HLN6396_
X X X X X X X X
HLN6441_
X X X X X X X X
HMN1050_
X X X X X X X X
TRN7392_
X X X X X X X X
TRN7393_
X X X X X X X X
TRN7394_
X X X X X X X X
HLN6523_
X X X X X X X X
HLN6105_
X X X X X X X X
HLN6688_
X X X X X X X
X X X X X X X
HLN6418_
X X X X X X X X
TGN6150_
X X X X X X X X
HLN6185_
X X
X X
HLN6060_
X
X X X
X
X X X
HLN6073_
X
X
HLN6126_
X
X
HLN6127_
X X
X X
HLD6022_
X
X
HLE6049_
X
X
HLE6062_
X X
X X
HLE6043_
X
X
HLE6044_
X
X
HLF6077_
X X
X X
HRN6014_
X
X X X
X
X X X
HRN6020_
X
X
HRN4010_
DESCRIPTION
20-25W 136-162MHZ W/Digital Rem Controller
20-25W 146-174MHZ W/Digital Rem Controller
20-40W 403-433MHZ W/Digital Rem Controller
10-25W 438-470MHZ W/Digital Rem Controller
20-40W 450-482MHZ W/Digital Rem Controller
10-25W 453-488MHZ W/Digital Rem Controller
20-40W 482-512MHZ W/Digital Rem Controller
35W 806-870MHZ W/Digital Rem Controller
20-25W 136-162MHZ W/Local Control
20-25W 146-174MHZ W/Local Control
20-40W 403-433MHZ W/Local Control
10-25W 438-470MHZ W/Local Control
20-40W 450-482MHZ W/Local Control
10-25W 453-488MHZ W/Local Control
20-40W 482-512MHZ W/Local Control
35W 806-870MHZ W/Local Control
Tone Rem Control Option (All Local Control Models)
DESCRIPTION
Power Supply, 13.8V, 10-Amp
Fan
Command Board
Power Cord, 100V
Interface Board
Vocoder Controller (VOCON) Board
Housing Assembly
Cable Kit
Front Panel Assembly
Audio Interface Board
Tone Remote Control Board
Control Head Board
Control Head Display
Desk Microphone
Control Head Bracket Hardware
Control Head Interface Board
Speaker Hardware
Control Head Button (Trunking Only)
Spare Button Kit
Spare Button Kit
Transceiver Hardware
Blank Control Head Panel
Remote Control Head Hardware
Radio Dash Hardware, Mid-Power
Radio Dash Hardware, Mid-Power, UHF
Radio Dash Hardware, Mid-Power TD
Radio Dash Hardware, Low-Power TD
PA Board, 50W, VHF
PA Board, 40W, Range 1, UHF
PA Board, 25W, Range 2, UHF
PA Board, 40W, Range 3, UHF
PA Board, 40W, Range 4, UHF
PA Board, 35W, 800MHz
ASTRO RF Board, VHF
ASTRO RF Board, UHF
RF Board, Low-Pass, UHF
Key: X = Item Included, D = Item Deleted, A = Item Added
(Model Chart continued on next page)
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ASTRO Spectra Consolette Model Chart
ASTRO Spectra Consolette Model Chart (continued)
MODEL OR OPTION NUMBER
L04JKH9PW9_
L04KKH9PW9_
L04QKH9PW9_
L04RHH9PW9_
L04RKH9PW9_
L04RKH9PW9_SP01
L04SKH9PW9_
L04UJH9PW9_
L04JKH9PW7_
L04KKH9PW7_
L04QKH9PW7_
L04RHH9PW7_
L04RKH9PW7_
L04RKH9PW7_SP01
L04SKH9PW7_
L04UJH9PW7_
X
X X
X
X X
X
X
X
X
X X
X X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X X
X X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X X
X X
X
X
X
X
ITEM NUMBER
HRN6019_
HLD4342_
HLE6045_
HLE6046_
HLE6000_
HLE6041_
HLF6080_
HLD6061_
HLD6062_
HLE6101_
HLE6102_
HLE6103_
HLE6104_
HLF6079_
HRD6001_
HRD6002_
HRE6001_
HRE6002_
HRE6003_
HRE6004_
HRF6004_
DESCRIPTION
20-25W 136-162MHZ W/Digital Rem Controller
20-25W 146-174MHZ W/Digital Rem Controller
20-40W 403-433MHZ W/Digital Rem Controller
10-25W 438-470MHZ W/Digital Rem Controller
20-40W 450-482MHZ W/Digital Rem Controller
10-25W 453-488MHZ W/Digital Rem Controller
20-40W 482-512MHZ W/Digital Rem Controller
35W 806-870MHZ W/Digital Rem Controller
20-25W 136-162MHZ W/Local Control
20-25W 146-174MHZ W/Local Control
20-40W 403-433MHZ W/Local Control
10-25W 438-470MHZ W/Local Control
20-40W 450-482MHZ W/Local Control
10-25W 453-488MHZ W/Local Control
20-40W 482-512MHZ W/Local Control
35W 806-870MHZ W/Local Control
DESCRIPTION
ASTRO RF Board, 800MHz
VCO Carrier Board, VHF
VCO Carrier Board, Range 1, UHF
VCO Carrier Board, Range 2, UHF
VCO Carrier Board, Range 3, UHF
VCO Carrier Board, Range 4, UHF
VCO Carrier Board, 800MHz
Hybrid VCO Board, Range 1, VHF
Hybrid VCO Board, Range 2, VHF
Hybrid VCO Board, Range 1, UHF
Hybrid VCO Board, Range 2, UHF
Hybrid VCO Board, Range 3, UHF
Hybrid VCO Board, Range 4, UHF
Hybrid VCO Board, 800MHz
Receiver Board, Front-End, Range 1, VHF
Receiver Board, Front-End, Range 2, VHF
Receiver Board, Front-End, Range 1, UHF
Receiver Board, Front-End, Range 2, UHF
Receiver Board, Front-End, Range 3, UHF
Receiver Board, Front-End, Range 4, UHF
Receiver Board, Front-End, 800MHz
Key: X = Item Included
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6881086C22-B
ASTRO Spectra Plus Consolette Model Chart
ASTRO Spectra Plus Consolette Model Chart
MODEL OR OPTION NUMBER
L04JKH9SW7_
L04KKH9SW7_
L04QKH9SW7_
L04RKH9SW7_
L04UJH9SW7_
L04KKH9SW9_
L04QKH9SW9_
L04RKH9SW9_
L04UJH9SW9_
L146
DESCRIPTION
25-50 W 136-162 MHz with Local Control
25-50 W 146-174 MHz with Local Control
20-40 W 403-433 MHz with Local Control
20-40 W 450-482 MHz with Local Control
35 W 806-869 MHz with Local Control
25-50 W 146-174 MHz with Digital Remote Controller
20-40 W 403-433 MHz with Digital Remote Controller
20-40 W 450-482 MHz with Digital Remote Controller
35 W 806-869 MHz with Digital Remote Controller
Tone Remote Control Option (All Local Control Models)
ITEM NUMBER
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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DESCRIPTION
HPN4005_
Power Supply, 12 V, 12-Amp
FRN5358_
Fan
HLN5558_
Command Board
HLN6282_
Power Cord, 100 V
HLN6344_
Interconnect Board
HLN6396_
Control Head Board
HLN6441_
Control Head Display
HLN6801_
Hardware Consolette
HLN6837_
Vocoder Controller (VOCON) Board
HMN1050_
Desk Microphone
THN6676_
Housing Assembly
TKN8676_
Cable Kit
TRN7391_
Audio Interface Board (AIB)
PLN1360_
Tone Remote Control Board
TRN7392_
Control Head Bracket Hardware
TRN7393_
Control Head Interface Board
TRN7394_
Speaker Hardware
HLN6607_
Front Panel Assembly
HLN6688_
Spare Button Kit
HLN6105_
Spare Button Kit
HLN6185_
Remote Control Head Hardware
TGN6150_
Blank Control Head Panel
HLN6060_
Radio Dash Hardware, Mid-Power
HLN6073_
Radio Dash Hardware, Mid-Power UHF
HLN6126_
Radio Dash Hardware, Mid-Power TD
HLN6866_
Transceiver Hardware, VHF
HLN6418_
Transceiver Hardware
HLN6613_
Transceiver Hardware, 800
HLD6022_
PA Board, 50 W, VHF
HLE6049_
PA Board, 40 W, Range 1, UHF
HLE6043_
PA Board, 40 W, Range 3, UHF
HLF6077_
Power Amplifier Board, 35 W, 800 MHz
HRN6014_
ASTRO RF Board, VHF
HRN6020_
ASTRO RF Board, UHF
HRN6019_
ASTRO RF Board, 800 MHz
HLD4342_
VCO Carrier Board, VHF
HLE6045_
VCO Carrier Board, Range 1, UHF
HLE6000_
VCO Carrier Board, Range 3, UHF
HLF6080_
VCO Carrier Board, 800 MHz
HLD6061_
Hybrid VCO Board, Range 1, VHF
HLD6062_
Hybrid VCO Board, Range 2, VHF
HLE6101_
Hybrid VCO Board, Range 1, UHF
HLE6103_
Hybrid VCO Board, Range 3, UHF
HLF6079_
Hybrid VCO Board, 800 MHz
HRD6001_
Receiver Board, Front-End, Range 1, VHF
HRD6002_
Receiver Board, Front-End, Range 2, VHF
HRE6001_
Receiver Board, Front-End, Range 1, UHF
HRE6003_
Receiver Board, Front-End, Range 3, UHF
HRF6004_
Receiver Board, Front-End, 800 MHz
Key: X = Item Included, D = Item Deleted, A = Item Added
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Specifications for ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus VHF Models
Specifications for ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus VHF Models
GENERAL
FCC Designation:
Temperature Range:
Power Supply:
RECEIVER
AZ492FT3772
–20°C to +50°C
115 VAC/230 VAC
12 Vdc
AC Current Drain: (Maximum)
25-50 Watts Variable:
Receive:
0.7A/0.4A
Transmit:
2.30A/1.16A
DC Current Drain: (Maximum)
25-50 Watts Variable:
Receive:
Transmit:
3A
13.5A
Dimensions (H x W x D):
4.25" x 15.75"x 17"
(108 mm x 400 mm x 432 mm)
Weight:
16.1 lbs (7.3 kg)
Frequency Range:
Range 1:
Range 2:
TRANSMITTER
136-162 MHz
146-174 MHz
Channel Spacing:
12.5/25/30 kHz
Input Impedance:
50 Ohms
Frequency Separation:
Full Bandsplit
Analog Sensitivity:+
20 dB Quieting (25/30 kHz Channel Spacing):
With Optional Pre-Amp
0.25µV
Without Optional Pre-Amp
0.40µV
12 dB Quieting (25/30 kHz Channel Spacing):
With Optional Pre-Amp
0.20µV
Without Optional Pre-Amp
0.30µV
Digital Sensitivity:*
1% BER (12.5 kHz Channel Spacing):
With Optional Pre-Amp
0.25µV
Without Optional Pre-Amp
0.40µV
5% BER (12.5 kHz Channel Spacing):
With Optional Pre-Amp
0.20µV
Without Optional Pre-Amp
0.30µV
Selectivity:+
25/30 kHz Channel Spacing:
12.5 kHz Channel Spacing:
–80 dB
–70 dB
Intermodulation:+*
(25/30 kHz Channel Spacing)
With Optional Pre-Amp
Without Optional Pre-Amp
–80 dB
–85 dB
Spurious Rejection:+*
With Optional Pre-Amp
Without Optional Pre-Amp
–80 dB
–83 dB
Frequency Range:
Range 1:
Range 2:
Channel Spacing:
136-162 MHz
146-174 MHz
12.5/25/30 kHz
Output Impedance:
50 Ohms
Frequency Stability
(–20 to +50°C; 25°C Ref.):
± .00025%
Modulation Limiting:+
25/30 kHz Channel Spacing:
12.5 kHz Channel Spacing:
±5.0 kHz
±2.5 kHz
Modulation Fidelity (C4FM):*
12.5 kHz Channel Spacing:
±2.8 kHz
FM Hum and Noise:+
25/30 kHz Channel Spacing:
12.5 kHz Channel Spacing:
–50 dB
–40 dB
Emissions:+*
(Conducted and Radiated)
–70 dB
Audio Response:+
(6 dB/Octave Pre-Emphasis
from 300 to 3000 Hz)
Audio Distortion:+
+1, –3 dB
2%
Emissions Designators:
8K10F1E/F1D, 10K0F1D/F2D, 10K4F3E,
11K0F1D/F2D/F3E, 15K0F1D/F2D,
16K0F3E, and 20K0F1E/F1D
Audio Output at External Speaker:
(Local Control Only) 5W@<5% Distortion
+ = Measured in Analog Mode per TIA/EIA-603
* = Measured in Digital Mode per TIA/EIA TSB102.CAAB
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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Specifications for ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus UHF Models
Specifications for ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus UHF Models
GENERAL
FCC Designation:
Temperature Range:
Power Supply:
RECEIVER
AZ492FT4786
–20°C to +50°C
115 VAC/230 VAC
12 Vdc
Frequency Range:
Range 1:
Range 2:
Range 3:
Range 4:
TRANSMITTER
403-433 MHz
438-470 MHz
450-482 MHz
482-512 MHz
Channel Spacing:
12.5/25 kHz
Input Impedance:
50 Ohms
AC Current Drain: (Maximum)
25-40 Watts Variable:
Receive:
0.7A/0.4A
Transmit:
2.30A/1.16A
Frequency Separation:
DC Current Drain: (Maximum)
25-40 Watts Variable:
Receive:
Transmit:
3A
13.5A
Analog Sensitivity:+
20 dB Quieting (25 kHz Channel Spacing):
With Optional Pre-Amp
0.25µV
Without Optional Pre-Amp
0.40µV
Dimensions (H x W x D):
4.25" x 15.75"x 17"
(108 mm x 400 mm x 432 mm)
12 dB Quieting (25 kHz Channel Spacing):
With Optional Pre-Amp
0.20µV
Without Optional Pre-Amp
0.30µV
Weight:
Digital Sensitivity:*
1% BER (12.5 kHz Channel Spacing):
With Optional Pre-Amp
0.25µV
Without Optional Pre-Amp
0.40µV
16.1 lbs (7.3 kg)
Full Bandsplit
5% BER (12.5 kHz Channel Spacing):
With Optional Pre-Amp
0.20µV
Without Optional Pre-Amp
0.30µV
Selectivity:+
25 kHz Channel Spacing:
12.5 kHz Channel Spacing:
–80 dB
–75 dB
Intermodulation:+*
(25kHz Channel Spacing)
With Optional Pre-Amp
Without Optional Pre-Amp
–80 dB
–85 dB
Spurious Rejection:+*
With Optional Pre-Amp
Without Optional Pre-Amp
–80 dB
–83 dB
Frequency Range:
Range 1:
Range 2:
Range 3:
Range 4:
Channel Spacing:
403-433 MHz
438-470 MHz
450-482 MHz
482-512 MHz
12.5/25 kHz
Output Impedance:
50 Ohms
Frequency Stability
(–20 to +50°C; 25°C Ref.):
± .00020%
Modulation Limiting:+
25 kHz Channel Spacing:
12.5 kHz Channel Spacing:
±5.0 kHz
±2.5 kHz
Modulation Fidelity (C4FM):*
12.5 kHz Channel Spacing:
±2.8 kHz
FM Hum and Noise:+
25 kHz Channel Spacing:
12.5 kHz Channel Spacing:
–45 dB
–40 dB
Emissions:+*
(Conducted and Radiated)
–70 dB
Audio Response:+
(6 dB/Octave Pre-Emphasis
from 300 to 3000 Hz)
Audio Distortion:+
+1, –3 dB
2%
Emissions Designators:
8K10F1E/F1D, 10K0F1D/F2D, 10K4F3E,
11K0F1D/F2D/F3E, 15K0F1D/F2D,
16K0F3E, and 20K0F1E/F1D
Audio Output at External Speaker:
(Local Control Only) 5W@<5% Distortion
+ = Measured in Analog Mode per TIA/EIA-603
* = Measured in Digital Mode per TIA/EIA TSB102.CAAB
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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Specifications for ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus 800MHz Models
Specifications for ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus 800MHz Models
GENERAL
FCC Designation:
Temperature Range:
Power Supply:
RECEIVER
AZ492FT5751
Frequency Range:
851–869 MHz
–20°C to +50°C
Channel Spacing:
12.5/20/25 kHz
115 VAC/230 VAC
12 Vdc
Input Impedance:
50 Ohms
Frequency Separation:
AC Current Drain: (Maximum)
35 Watts Variable:
Receive:
0.7A/0.4A
Transmit:
2.30A/1.16A
DC Current Drain: (Maximum)
35 Watts Variable:
Receive:
Transmit:
3A
13.5A
Dimensions (H x W x D):
4.25" x 15.75"x 17"
(108 mm x 400 mm x 432 mm)
Weight:
TRANSMITTER
16.1 lbs (7.3 kg)
Full Bandsplit
Analog Sensitivity:+
20 dB Quieting (25 kHz Channel Spacing):
0.30µV
12 dB Quieting (25 kHz Channel Spacing):
0.25µV
Digital Sensitivity:*
1% BER (12.5 kHz Channel Spacing):
0.30µV
5% BER (12.5 kHz Channel Spacing):
0.25µV
Frequency Range:
Repeater Mode:
TalkAround Mode:
806-824 MHz
851-869 MHz
Channel Spacing:
12.5/20/25 kHz
Output Impedance:
50 Ohms
Frequency Stability
(–20 to +50°C; 25°C Ref.):
Modulation Limiting:+
25 kHz Channel Spacing:
±5.0kHz
20 kHz Channel Spacing:±4kHz (NPSPCA)
Modulation Fidelity (C4FM):*
12.5 kHz Channel Spacing:
±2.8 kHz
FM Hum and Noise:+
25 kHz Channel Spacing:
–40 dB
–60 dB
Selectivity:+
25 kHz Channel Spacing:
12.5 kHz Channel Spacing:
–80 dB
–65 dB
Emissions:+*
(Conducted and Radiated)
Intermodulation:+
–80 dB
Spurious Rejection:+*
–83 dB
Audio Response:+
(6 dB/Octave Pre-Emphasis
from 300 to 3000 Hz)
Audio Output at External Speaker:
(Local Control Only) 5W@<5% Distortion
± .00015%
Audio Distortion:+
+1, –3 dB
2%
Emissions Designators:
8K10F1E/F1D, 10K0F1D/F2D, 10K4F3E,
11K0F1D/F2D/F3E, 15K0F1D/F2D,
16K0F3E, and 20K0F1E/F1D
+ = Measured in Analog Mode per TIA/EIA-603
* = Measured in Digital Mode per TIA/EIA TSB102.CAAB
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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ASTRO Spectra Consolette Options
ASTRO Spectra Consolette Options
Option
Description
Software Options
G48
ENH: Consolette Conventional Operation
G50
ENH: Consolette SmartNET Operation
G51
ENH: Consolette SmartZone Operation
G101*
ENH: Stat-Alert Repeater Access
G114
ENH: Digital PTT-ID Console
G173
ENH: SmartZone OmniLink Multizone Operation
G241
ADD: Analog Only Mode
G242*
ADD: Digital and Analog Mode (VSELP)
G361
ENH: 9600 Baud Project 25 Trunking
G806
ENH: ASTRO Digital CAI Operation
Consolette Encryption Options
G62*
ADD: DVP-XL & DES-XL Encryption
G159+
ADD: Encryption UCM Hardware
G275*
ADD: DES-OFB/DVP-XL Encryption
G298
ADD: Enhanced OTAR 3.0A
G625
ENH: DES/DES-XL/DES-OFB UCM
G843
ADD: AES Encryption UCM
G851
ADD: AES/DES-XL/DES-OFB Encryption
W797
ADD: DVP-XL Encryption
W969
ADD: Advanced SECURENET Multi-Key
General Hardware Options
L32
12 Volts DC Only
L73
Omit Microphone—Only compatible with W7 Version
L114
Clock/VU Meter
L146
Tone Remote Control (TRC)—Only compatible with W7 version
* denotes that an option is for the ASTRO Spectra Plus Consolette only
+ denotes that an option is for the ASTRO Spectra Consolette only
Note: The ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette (W9 model) incorporates the Digital
Remote Control feature. This model is compatible with DGT9000 models L1751 and
L1752, RCH3000 models L3030 and CDN1337, and MC3000 model L3223.
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ASTRO Spectra Consolette Options
Notes
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6881086C22-B
Introduction
General
The information presented in this manual describes the installation, operation,
and maintenance of the ASTRO™ Spectra®/Spectra Plus Consolette. Refer to
the front of this manual for the model/option chart and performance
specifications. For additional information about the ASTRO Spectra/Spectra
Plus radio, refer to the appropriate ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus radio user’s
guide and service manual.
The ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette incorporates functional design in
a modern, lightweight plastic housing. This housing was designed using
“design-for-assembly” principles to minimize fasteners, part count, and
assembly time, while improving versatility, assembly ease, and quality.
The Consolette consists of a base plate, onto which the entire Consolette is
assembled. Subassemblies, which “snap-fit” into this base, include the fan,
power supply, audio interface or optional tone remote control board, ASTRO
Spectra/Spectra Plus radio, RF connector, and front panel assembly. The
ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus radio, fan, and power supply also have screws
that are used to secure them.
The front panel assembly consists of the ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus control
head assembly, speaker, power-on LED, optional VU meter/clock, and optional
keyloading connector. In addition, all internal cabling for the station is
completely connectorized. To complete the assembly, the top cover snaps into
the base plate. See “Diagrams and Parts Lists” on page 51 for the Consolette
exploded view and detailed cable connectorization information.
The ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette allows conventional or trunked
operation, analog or digital operation, SECURENET™ operation, local control,
tone remote control, Digital Remote Control, and a variety of other options. The
Microsoft Windows-based Customer Programming Software (CPS) allows for
field programming for such items as channel frequencies, PL/DPL, etc.
The ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette supports all ASTRO mobile
features except Siren, Vehicular Repeater System, and those requiring the
addition of a direct-entry keyboard (DEK). Refer to the applicable ASTRO
Spectra/Spectra Plus service manual for additional information about ASTRO
features.
NOTE:
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While SCAN can be enabled on the ASTRO Spectra/Spectra
Plus Consolette, it is advised that this feature not be used in
conjunction with the Tone Remote Control option. This
feature does not indicate to the remote user which channel
the ASTRO transceiver may have scanned to, and thus
might cause confusion.
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Introduction: Options
Two DB-25 connectors, located on the back panel of the unit, provide
connections for external equipment. The bottom connector (Accessory 2)
provides an interface for tone remote and digital remote desksets.
Options
Hardware Options
12V DC Only, L32
This optional module replaces the AC power supply in sites where AC power
is not available and allows the Consolette to operate with a 12V DC battery or
generator.
Omit Microphone, L73
This option omits the desk microphone, which is part of the standard product.
This option is incompatible with W9 versions (Digital Remote Control) of the
ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette.
Clock/VU Meter, L114
This option provides a digital clock display with provisions for time setting, and
a VU meter which provides indication of transmit audio level in the form of
incremental bars.
Tone Remote Control,
L146
This option provides tone remote control capability, as well as a digital interface
to the Gold Series Elite Console. This option is incompatible with W9 versions
(Digital Remote Control) of the ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette. See
the note on page 1 concerning SCAN.
Software Options
Enhanced Digital PTT-ID
Console, G114
This option provides display capability of Push-To-Talk, Private Call, Call Alert,
and Emergency Call IDs. This information will either be displayed on the local
control head (W7 models) or at the remote control head (W9 models). If the
TRC option L146 is ordered in combination with the G114 option, then the ID
will be made available to the console. The PTT-ID option is not automatically
enabled in the ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette. To enable the G114
option, the ID Display field in the ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette
codeplug will need to be enabled using ASTRO CPS. The ID Display field can
be found in the Radio Configuration –> Display & Menu section of the ASTRO
Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette codeplug.
NOTE:
Enhanced Stat-Alert
Repeater Access, G101
2
The ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette uses an
ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Mobile subscriber radio as its
transceiver. Therefore, the ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus
Consolette will NOT decode an Emergency Alarm generated
by field subscriber units, and it will NOT display the
Emergency Alarm ID locally or at a console station. This
signal is typically generated by the subscriber radio by
pushing the orange alarm button.
This option allows the user to access a specific repeater for voice and data
transmission. This option is NOT available on the ASTRO Spectra Plus
Consolette.
6881086C22-B
Introduction: Options
Enhanced SmartZone
Omnilink Multizone
Operation, G173
This option is required for the 3600 SmartZone System.
Digital Remote Control,
W9 Models
This option is standard with W9 ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette
models. It allows operation with DGT9000 models L1751 and L1752,
RCH3000 models L3030 and CDN1337, and MC3000 model L3223. This
option is incompatible with L73, L114, and L146.
NOTE:
ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette mode names,
phone lists, call lists, and message names are programmed
in the radio using Customer Programming Software (CPS)
for both W7 and W9 models.
Encryption Options
Encryption UCM
Hardware, G159
This option provides the UCM hardware necessary for options G298, G843,
and G851 in the ASTRO Spectra Plus Consolette.
OTAR 3.0A, G298
This option provides Over-the-Air Rekeying (OTAR) capability.
DVP-XL, W797
This option provides DVP-XL encryption/decryption capability. This option is
incompatible with all other encryption options.
DVP-XL and DES-XL, G62
This option provides DVP-XL and DES-XL encryption/decryption capability.
This option is incompatible with all other encryption options. This option is NOT
available on the ASTRO Spectra Plus Consolette.
DES-OFB and DVP-XL,
G275
This option provides DES-OFB and DVP-XL encryption/decryption capability.
This option is incompatible with all other encryption options. This option is NOT
available on the ASTRO Spectra Plus Consolette.
DES, DES-XL, and
DES-OFB UCM, G625
This option provides DES, DES-XL, and DES-OFB encryption/decryption
capability. This option is incompatible with all other encryption options.
AES, G843
This option provides AES encryption/decryption capability. This option is
incompatible with all other encryption options.
AES, DES-XL and DESOFB, G851
This option provides AES, DES-XL and DES-OFB encryption/decryption
capability. This option is incompatible with all other encryption options.
Advanced SECURENET
Multi-Key, W969
This option provides Advanced SECURENET Multi-Key and OTAR encryption/
decryption capability. This option is incompatible with all other encryption
options.
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Introduction: Options
Notes
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Installation
Planning the
Installation
Since a good installation is important to obtain optimal performance of the
Consolette, carefully plan the installation before the actual work is started.
Location of the Consolette in relation to power, control lines, and antenna, as
well as convenience and access for servicing, should be considered.
NOTE:
The RF transmission line should be kept as short as possible
to minimize line losses; however, the antenna should not be
placed so close as to cause interference with the Consolette.
See “Lightning and Surge Suppression” on page ix of this
manual for additional antenna, RF transmission line, and
control line installation considerations.
Read the entire procedure and the suggestions offered to help plan the
installation. Make sure all necessary equipment and facilities are available
during installation.
The ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette is not recommended for dense
site applications (that is, dense metropolitan areas or “antenna farms”).
Ventilation
The Consolette is designed for wall mount or horizontal flat plane installation
with forced convection cooling on both mountings. For proper cooling, the
Consolette must be kept free of obstructions at its back and sides for at least
4 inches (100 mm), so as not to restrict airflow.
NOTE:
Make certain that the air temperature around the unit does
not exceed the recommended operating temperature range
of –20°C to 50°C.
Station Mounting
Procedures
Refer to the specifications section in the front of this manual for unit
dimensions.
Desktop Installation
The Consolette may be placed on any solid, flat surface with easy access to
the power source and RF transmission line. Keep in mind the ventilation
requirements as previously described in “Ventilation” on page 5.
Wall Mounting
Ensure that the selected mounting surface is strong enough to support the
Consolette weight of 16 lbs. Mark the location of the four mounting screws. See
Figure 1 on page 6. Use screws suitable for the wall material. The maximum
diameter of the screw and screw head should be 0.25 inches (6.5 mm) and
0.43 inches (11 mm), respectively. Allow the bottom surface of the screw head
to protrude 0.3 inches (7.5 mm) from the wall surface. Hold the station with the
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Installation: Antenna Connections
front panel facing up and guide the holes provided on the bottom of the cabinet
over the mounting screws.
11.8 inches
(300.0 mm)
9.2 inches
(233.0 mm)
Figure 1. Wall Mounting
Antenna
Connections
The antenna and transmission lines are not part of the Consolette; therefore,
antenna installation instructions are not included in this section. Refer to the
instructions shipped with the antenna for applicable information.
In its primary application, the Consolette is used for communication with mobile
radios. Therefore, an omni-directional antenna is recommended. However, if
the Consolette is located at the outer perimeter of a communications area, or
if it is to be used for communication with a fixed station, an antenna with
specific directional characteristics may be preferred. Local government
agencies may also dictate the type of antenna to be used.
The coaxial antenna cable connects to an N-type coaxial connector located on
the rear panel of the station. See Figure 2.
Figure 2. Rear Panel
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Installation: Power and Ground Connection
Power and Ground
Connection
General
All Consolettes should have a separate AC power circuit with proper current
and voltage for Consolette operation. Refer to the specifications section in the
front of this manual for AC requirements of each model. The power lines should
be installed in accordance with local electrical codes. A substantial earth
ground must be provided in a straight line close to the ground terminal provided
on the Consolette. DO NOT consider an electrical output box as a substantial
earth ground. See “Lightning and Surge Suppression” on page ix for additional
grounding recommendations.
!
WARNING
Even if a three-wire grounding AC power source is
available, the radio equipment must be grounded
separately to prevent electrical shock hazards and
provide lightning protection.
The AC power line leading to the selected site for the Consolette may be
installed prior to installation of the Consolette itself.
AC Power Input
!
WARNING
The Consolette is shipped standard from the
factory for operation from a 115 VAC power
source. For 230 VAC operation, remove the
Consolette top cover (see “Disassembly and
Reassembly” on page 38) and slide the AC power
selector switch, located on the Consolette power
supply, to the 230 VAC position. Install the
appropriate AC power connector on the end of the
115 VAC power cord provided with the Consolette.
VAC-Select Switch
Figure 3. Power Supply VAC-Select Switch
NOTE:
6881086C22-B
Replacement 115 VAC power cords may be ordered from
Motorola as kit number HLN6282A.
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Installation: DIP Switch and Jumper Settings
1. Install the Consolette as described in “Station Mounting Procedures” on
page 5.
2. Connect the female plug of the AC line cord to the AC input power
connector on the rear panel of the station. See Figure 2 on page 6.
3. Connect the ground terminal on the Consolette in as straight a line as
possible to a substantial earth ground located as close as possible to the
Consolette ground terminal.
4. Make certain the AC power source is of the proper current and voltage
rating for the Consolette. Refer to the specifications section in the front of
this manual for the AC requirement of each model. Then connect the male
plug of the AC line cord to the AC power source.
NOTE:
DC Input Power
(Optional)
The ON/OFF power button located on the ASTRO control
head is disabled before shipment; therefore, the Consolette
is immediately operational when its power cord is plugged
into a live AC outlet. To enable the ON/OFF power button on
the ASTRO control head, refer to the information in “DIP
Switch and Jumper Settings” on page 8. Please note that the
ON/OFF power button on the control head controls the power
to the control head only. For Consolettes containing the
Digital Remote Control feature, W9 models, no control head
is present and the Consolette will always be immediately
operational when its power cord is plugged into a live AC
outlet.
Connection of DC input power to the Consolette is offered as an option. The
battery should be connected to the DC connector (DC IN) on the rear panel of
the Consolette. See Figure 2 on page 6. Note that the top and bottom pins of
DC IN are the negative and positive terminals, respectively.
!
Caution
DIP Switch and
Jumper Settings
The DIP switches and jumpers are used to provide various operating
configurations to the Consolette. The Audio Interface board has a DIP switch
package and three jumpers. The optional Tone Remote Control board has two
DIP switch packages, two jumpers, and two plugs. Refer to the tables below
for detailed descriptions of switch and jumper settings for each board.
NOTE:
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To prevent damage to the Consolette, be sure to use
a battery that is connected only to the Consolette.
Disconnect both battery terminals from the
Consolette when connecting the battery to any other
equipment, including a battery charger. Be sure to
observe proper polarity when making the DC power
connections.
0Ω chip resistors are used for some jumpers. A low-power
soldering iron must be used to install and remove them.
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!
Caution
Audio Interface Board
Settings
Review “Safe Handling of CMOS Integrated-Circuit
Devices” on page xi before setting any DIP switches
or jumpers.
Table 1. Audio Interface Board DIP Switch Settings
Switch
State
Description
ON
ASTRO control head power button disabled
OFF
ASTRO control head power button enabled
S101-1
S101-2
S101-3
S101-4
S101-5
Not used
ON
EMER active high
OFF
EMER active low
ON
600Ω Impedance
OFF
900Ω Impedance
ON
900Ω Impedance
OFF
600Ω Impedance
ON
Local desk microphone not present
OFF
Local desk microphone present
ON
Digital Remote Control option present
OFF
Digital Remote Control option not present
S101-6
S101-7
S101-8
Not used
BOLD indicates factory default setting
Table 2. Audio Interface Board Jumper Settings
Jumper
State
JU101
IN
Description
Always placed for ASTRO
A-B
Transmitted and received audio is routed to
TAPE_OUT (Accessory Connector 3, pin 11)
B-C
Only received audio is routed to TAPE_OUT
(Accessory Connector 3, pin 11)
A-B
SPKR_UNMUTE active high (COR)
B-C
SPKR_UNMUTE active low (COR)
J14
J15
BOLD indicates factory default setting
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Tone Remote Control
Board Settings
IMPORTANT!
Make sure you remove power to the Consolette when making
changes to the DIP switch settings for S100. This DIP switch
resides under the RFI shield on the Tone Remote Control board.
The ASTRO mobile unit and the shield cover must be removed in
order to access the DIP switch. After changes have been made,
replace the shield cover, ASTRO mobile unit, and Consolette lid
before restoring power to the Consolette.
Table 3. Tone Remote Control Board DIP Switch Settings (S100)
Switch
State
Description
S100-1
OFF
Always off for ASTRO
ON
Local mic audio not routed down wireline
OFF
Local mic audio routed down wireline
ON
Tone Remote Control
OFF
SMP Control
ON
AGC Disabled
OFF
AGC Enabled
ON
Tone Table Select 1*
S100-2
S100-3
S100-4
S100-5
OFF
ON
Tone Table Select 2*
S100-6
OFF
ON
Tone Table Select 3*
S100-7
OFF
ON
Tone Table Select 4.*
S100-8
OFF
BOLD indicates factory default setting
* Refer to Table 7 for setting information
Table 4. Tone Remote Control Board DIP Switch Settings (S101)
Switch
State
Description
ON
ASTRO control head power button disabled
OFF
ASTRO control head power button enabled
S101-1
S101-2
Not used
ON
EMER active high
OFF
EMER active low
ON
600Ω impedance
OFF
900Ω impedance
S101-3
S101-4
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Table 4. Tone Remote Control Board DIP Switch Settings (S101) (cont’d)
Switch
State
Description
ON
900Ω impedance
OFF
600Ω impedance
ON
Local desk microphone not present
OFF
Local desk microphone present
ON
Two-wire operation
OFF
Four-wire operation
ON
Four-wire operation
OFF
Two-wire operation
S101-5
S101-6
S101-7
S101-8
BOLD indicates factory default setting
Table 5. Tone Remote Control Board Jumper Settings
Jumper
State
Description
IN
Crystal frequency shift circuit enabled
OUT
Crystal frequency shift circuit disabled
JU100
JU101
IN
Always placed for ASTRO
BOLD indicates factory default setting
Table 6. Tone Remote Control Board Plug Settings
Plug
Jumper
Description
A-B
Transmitted and received audio is routed to
TAPE_OUT (Accessory Connector 3, pin 11)
B-C
Only received audio is routed to TAPE_OUT
(Accessory Connector 3, pin 11)
A-B
SPKR_UNMUTE active high
B-C
SPKR_UNMUTE active low
P101
P102
BOLD indicates factory default setting
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Table 7. Tone Table Selection
Selected Tone
Table
SEL #4
SEL #3
SEL #2
SEL #1
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Standard
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
CentraCom II
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
No Mode Sel
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Mode 1 only
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
No Mode 1
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Not supported
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
Not supported
OFF
ON
ON
ON
Not supported
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
Not supported
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
Not supported
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Not supported
ON
OFF
ON
ON
Not supported
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
Not supported
ON
ON
OFF
ON
Not supported
ON
ON
ON
OFF
Not supported
ON
ON
ON
ON
Not supported
Clock/VU Meter
Setup (Optional)
General
The clock shows the time, day, month, and year.
Operation
Press the mode button to change the display cyclically between the time,
month.day, and year.
Time Setting
After power up, the display flashes and the clock starts from the default time
of: 00:00:00, month.day: 1.1, year: 1990.
1. Press the mode button until the time is displayed (HH:MM).
2. Press the set button for 5 seconds.
3. Press the mode button to reset the seconds. The display shows the
seconds.
4. Press the set button. The display shows the hours and minutes (flashing).
5. Press the mode button until the correct minutes are displayed.
6. Press the set button. The display shows the hours (flashing) and minutes.
7. Press the mode button until the desired hour is displayed.
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8. Press the set button to complete the time setting.
Month and Day Setting
1. Press the mode button until the month.day (MM.DD) is in the display.
2. Press the set button for 5 seconds (the day flashes).
3. Press the mode button until the desired day appears in the display.
4. Press the set button (the month flashes).
5. Press the mode button until the desired month is displayed.
6. Press the set button to complete the month and day setting.
Year Setting
1. Press the mode button until the year is in the display (1990 default).
2. Press the set button for 5 seconds (the right digit flashes).
3. Press the mode button until the correct digit flashes.
4. Press the set button (the next digit flashes).
5. Repeat the previous two steps to set all the digits.
The setting is complete. To display the time, press the mode button.
Accessory
Connector 2
Table 8 contains pin descriptions for Accessory Connector 2. See Figure 4 on
page 16 for pin locations on mating connector.
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Caution
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To avoid possible damage to external equipment
and the Consolette, make sure equipment is
connected to the proper accessory connector pins
before applying power to the station.
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Installation: Accessory Connector 2
Table 8. Accessory Connector 2 - Pin Descriptions
Pin
Signal Name
Description
RX+ (LINE1+)†
Receive high used with TRC desksets (TX and RX high for two-wire operation;
RX high for four-wire operation)†
2
AUD_SHLD
Ground: audio or analog
3
TX+ (LINE2+)†
Transmit high used with all desksets (TX high for four-wire operation)†
4
FILT_AUD
(DET_AUD)†
RX filtered audio (RX detect or discriminator audio)†
5
A+
+13.8VDC or battery voltage
6
BUSY
Busy line of data bus; 5V logic
7
BUS+
High side of bus data: 180° out of phase with BUS–; 5V logic
8
UNAVAILABLE
Not supported
9
VIP OUTPUT 1
Vehicle interface output port 1
10
PTT*
Push-To-Talk initiates a transmission; 5V logic
11
TX– (LINE2–)†
Transmit low use with all desksets (TX low for four-wire operation)†
12
DIG_GND
Ground for 5V logic signals
13
VIP INPUT 1
Vehicle interface input port 1
14
REMOTE_RX+
(SPKR_HI)†
Remote deskset speaker high output (CAUTION: grounding this pin will result
in damage to the radio) (Speaker high output)†
15
REMOTE_RX–
(SPKR_LO)†
Remote deskset speaker low output (CAUTION: grounding this pin will result
in damage to the radio) (Speaker low output)†
RX– (LINE1–)†
Receive low used with TRC desksets (TX and RX low for two-wire operation, RX
low for four-wire operation)†
17
TX_AUD (AUD_TX)†
Transmit audio used for telephone interconnect
18
VIP OUTPUT 3
Vehicle interface output port 3
19
BUS–
Low side of bus data: 180° out of phase with BUS–; 5V logic
20
RESET
Data bus reset line; 5V logic
21
5V
5V for logic circuits
22
VIP INPUT 3
Vehicle interface input port 3
23
VIP OUTPUT 2
Vehicle interface output port 2
24
MONITOR*
Allows activation of monitor (used with MRTI telephone interconnect)
25
SPKR_UNMUTE
Signal indicating if the Consolette is receiving valid audio
1
16
Notes: * indicates an active-low condition
† indicates TRC information
NC indicates Not Connected
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Accessory
Connector 3
Table 9 contains pin descriptions for Accessory Connector 3. See Figure 4 on
page 16 for pin locations on mating connector.
!
Caution
To avoid possible damage to external equipment
and the Consolette, make sure equipment is
connected to the proper accessory connector pins
before applying power to the station.
Table 9. Accessory Connector 3 - Pin Descriptions
Pin
Signal Name
Description
1
RS232_RXD (NC)†
RS232 receive data (pin not used on TRC)†
2
ANA_GND
Ground: audio or analog
3
AUX_RX_AUD
External SECURENET not supported by the Consolette
4
FILT_AUD
(DET_AUD)†
RX filtered audio (RX detect or discriminator audio)†
5
A+
+13.8 Vdc or battery voltage
6
BUSY
Busy line of data bus; 5V logic
7
BUS+
High side of bus data: 180° out of phase with BUS–; 5V logic
8
BUS_SHLD
Ground for data bus; logic ground
9
VSENSE1
(RS232_RXD)†
External SECURENET not supported by the Consolette (RS232 receive data)
10
VSENSE1_SHLD
Ground for VSENSE; analog ground
11
TAPE_OUT
Tape recorder audio output
12
DIG_GND
Ground for 5V logic signals
13
EMER
Activates emergency MDC1200 transmission
14
RS232_TXD (NC)†
RS232 transmit data (pin not used on TRC)†
15
RS232_RTS (NC)†
RS232 request to send (pin not used on TRC)†
16
RS232_CTS
(PS_AUD_OUT)†
RS232 clear to send (external SECURENET not supported by the Consolette)†
17
AUX_TX_AUD
External SECURENET not supported by the Consolette
18
SWB+
Switched +13.8 Vdc or battery voltage
19
BUS–
Low side of bus data: 180° out of phase with BUS–; 5V logic
20
RESET
Data bus reset line; 5V logic
21
NC
Currently not used
22
NC (RS232_TXD)†
Pin not used on AIB (RS232 Transmit data)†
23
VSENSE2
(RS232_RTS)†
External SECURENET not supported by the Consolette (RS232 request to send)†
24
VSENSE2_SHLD
Ground for VSENSE; analog ground
25
NC (RS232_CTS)†
Pin not used on AIB (RS232 clear to send)†
Notes: † indicates TRC information
NC indicates Not Connected
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Figure 4. Accessory 2 and 3 Mating Connector
Remote Control
Installation
Digital Remote Control
Installation
This procedure is to be used for installation of the RCH3000 or MC3000 digital
remote deskset. Make sure switches 1 and 7 of S101 on the audio interface
board are in the ON position. Refer to the digital remote deskset manual for
information regarding deskset operation. Table 10 lists the Accessory
Connector 2 pins used for Digital Remote Control operation.
NOTES: All information, such as mode names, phone lists, call lists,
and message names should be programmed in the ASTRO
radio using Customer Programming Software (CPS).
External Alarms (Horn and Lights): The Consolette routes
the VIP lines from the local control head in W7 models to the
rear accessory connector of the Consolette for the External
Alarm feature. Access to the VIP lines in W9 models is at the
remote deskset. Consult the MC3000 manual for detailed
information concerning configuration and support.
Table 10. Accessory Connector 2 Pins: Digital Remote Control Operation
Pin
Number
16
Signal Name
2
AUD_SHLD
3
TX+
6
BUSY
7
BUS+
11
TX–
12
DIG_GND
14
REMOTE_RX+
15
REMOTE_RX–
19
BUS–
20
RESET
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Tone Remote Control
Installation
NOTE:
The Tone Remote Control Option (L146) must be ordered for
this option to be available.
Tone remote desksets are to be connected to Accessory Connector 2 on the
rear panel of the Consolette. See Figure 2 on page 6. Two-wire or four-wire
operation is available. Two-wire operation uses Line1+ and Line1- for both
receive and transmit audio. Four-wire operation uses Line 1+ and Line1- for
receive audio and Line2+ and Line2- for transmit audio. The default setting for
wireline operation is two-wire. Impedance flexibility of 600Ω or 900Ω between
Line1+ and Line 1- is also provided. The default setting for impedance is 600Ω.
For information regarding changing wireline operation or impedance, refer to
Table 3 on page 10 for S100 and Table 4 on page 10 for S101. Refer to the
applicable tone remote deskset manual for information regarding deskset
operation. Table 11 indicates the Accessory Connector 2 pins used for tone
remote control operation.
Table 11. Accessory Connector 2 Pins: Tone Remote Control Operation
Pin Number
Signal Name
1
LINE1+
3
LINE2+
16
LINE1–
11
LINE2–
TRC Adjustment
Procedure
Since the potentiometers are factory adjusted, the following information is for
reference only.
Transmit
R529 is set fully clockwise, then turned counterclockwise one-half turn. This
sets the AGC gain to somewhat less than maximum. If AGC is disabled with
S100-4 set to the ON position, then R529 should be adjusted to obtain 0.7 VAC
at TP1 when a 1 kHz audio signal is sent from the console.
A 120 mVrms, 1 kHz audio signal from a 600Ω source is applied to the Line 2+
and Line 2– input pins at Accessory Connector 2. The Consolette is placed in
transmit and R569 is adjusted to obtain 3 kHz deviation.
Receive
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While receiving a 1 kHz, 3 kHz deviation audio signal, R545 is adjusted for
0 dBm (775 mVrms) across a 600Ω load at Line1+ and Line1– output pins at
Accessory Connector 2.
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Notes
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Theory of Operation
Introduction
This section explains the general operation of the ASTRO Spectra/Spectra
Plus Consolette. For more detailed information about the ASTRO transceiver,
refer to the applicable ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus operator’s manual or
service manual.
Provisions have been made for the connection of voice recorders to the
ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette.
General
The ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette consists of three major building
blocks: the ASTRO transceiver, the Audio Interface or optional Tone Remote
Control board, and the power supply. The Audio Interface board is standard for
the Consolette. The Tone Remote Control board replaces the Audio Interface
board when the L146 option is added. All other blocks contained within the
Consolette are served by the three major building blocks shown in bold (see
Figure 5).
ASTRO
Transceiver
ASTRO
Control Head
Power Supply
Fan
Audio Interface Board/
Tone Remote Control Board
Power On
LED
VU Meter/Clock
(Option)
Accessory
Connectors
Speaker
Figure 5. Consolette Block Diagram
Each major building block has its own unique function:
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Modulation, demodulation, and all other RF signal processing are
performed by the ASTRO transceiver.
•
All baseband signals being routed to and from the radio pass through the
Audio Interface board or optional Tone Remote Control board. The board
provides an interface for the ASTRO control head, speaker, accessory
connectors, and other options.
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•
The power supply converts AC power into DC power for use by the radio’s
transceiver and the Audio Interface board or optional Tone Remote Control
board.
The ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus control head and speaker are present in all
W7 models. W9 Digital Remote Control models do not have a control head or
speaker. Refer to the appropriate ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus radio user’s
guide for information regarding the operation of the control head.
The accessory connectors (see Figure 2 on page 6) are used to connect
external equipment to the Consolette. Accessory Connector 3 (top) is currently
used for tape recorder audio out. Tone remote desksets or digital remote
desksets should use Accessory Connector 2 (bottom). Accessory Connector 1
(RJ45) is used to connect to a Gold Series Elite Console via the ACIM.
!
Caution
If any external equipment is inadvertently connected
to the wrong accessory connector, damage to the
equipment may result.
The optional VU meter/clock provides a transmit audio level indicator and a
digital clock display. Power is provided to the VU meter/clock as soon as the
Consolette is plugged into a live AC outlet.
A fan is provided with every Consolette. It circulates the air inside the
Consolette to keep the internal ambient temperature at an acceptable level. It
is important for the fan to be operating at all times to maintain proper
Consolette operation. In addition, it is important to leave the top cover in place
to maintain proper thermal conditions inside the Consolette.
The location of the control head, Power On LED, VU meter/clock, and speaker
are indicated on the front panel of the station shown in Figure 6.
Figure 6. Consolette Front Panel - Model W7
Figure 7. Consolette Front Panel - Model W9
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Audio Interface
Board
General Description
The TRN7391C Audio Interface board (AIB) serves as the central interface for
all internal and external components of the ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus
Consolette. All signals are routed through the AIB where processing may
occur. Most audio paths incorporate some processing, while most control and
data signals are passed unaltered.
Multiple transmit and receive audio paths provide for numerous configurations
of the ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette. All audio signals passing
through the audio interface board are baseband signals in the range of
300-3000 Hz.
Most data and control signals are provided by 0-5V protected CMOS logic
circuitry. PTT* and MONITOR* are provided for external control of transmit and
receive functions. The ASTRO radio Vehicle Interface Ports (VIPS) are also
available at Accessory Connector 2 (W7 models only).
Detailed Description
Receive Audio Paths
Two sources from the ASTRO radio are used for receive audio. Detect audio
(DET_AUD) is located on J1 pin 17, and filtered audio (FILT_AUD) is located
on J1 pins 11 and 36. Both DET_AUD and FILT_AUD are at a fixed level
(approx. 300 mVrms); however, DET_AUD has a DC voltage level associated
with it, while FILT_AUD has no DC voltage. FILT_AUD is also present at
Accessory Connector 2 pin 4 and Accessory Connector 3 pin 4.
Detect audio (DET_AUD) passes to the Audio Interface board via J1 pin 17 at
a level of 300 mVrms, relative to a 1.0 kHz tone at 60% FSD. It is then amplified
by U102 pins 8, 9, and 10 and the level set by potentiometer R111. The level
should be set to attain 1.0 Vrms between RX+ and RX– (Accessory Connector
2 pins 1 and 16, respectively). The audio then passes through an audio
shaping filter (U102 pins 12, 13, and 14), which has unity gain for frequencies
below 3000 Hz. The output of the audio shaping filter (U102 pin 14) is split into
opposing phases by U102 pins 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, and 7 to provide a balanced output.
Q103 and Q104 provide a final amplification stage. The impedance between
RX+ and RX– can be set to 600Ω or 900Ω using S101-4 and 5. See Table 1
on page 9.
When the radio is in an idle state, the DET_AUD line of the ASTRO Digital
transceiver is muted using the U107 op-amp circuit in combination with
multiplexor U106. U107 compares the voltage level of the SPKR_HI line (U107
pin 3) to a fixed DC voltage level of 4V (U107 pin 2). When the mobile radio
routes received audio to the speaker, the SPKR_HI line measures
approximately 6 Vdc. This causes the output of U107 to activate transistor
Q101 connected to control input A of the two-input multiplexor (U106 pin 11).
When Q101 is active, U106 allows DET_AUD to be passed to the receive
audio circuitry. When Q101 is inactive, the receive audio path is muted.
Receive audio is also routed from U106 gate 1 to buffer amplifier U101 opamp 4 (MOB_RX). The output of this buffer drives the TAPE_OUT line at
approximately 190 mVrms, which is used for external recording purposes.
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Speaker audio is available at Accessory Connector 2, pins 14 and 15
(REMOTE_RX+ and REMOTE_RX–, respectively) for use with Digital Remote
Control models. Speaker audio level is factory set but can be adjusted using
Customer Programming Software. An array of resistors capable of dissipating
10 watts provides a 16Ω impedance for the desksets. To enable this audio
output, S101-7 must be ON.
!
Caution
Transmit Audio Paths
REMOTE_RX– (SPKR_LO) and REMOTE_RX+
(SPKR_HI) should never be grounded. If they are
grounded, this will damage the radio.
There are three main paths for transmit audio. All of these paths pass through
transmit audio summing amplifiers (U101 pins 8, 9, and 10). The output of the
summing amplifier (U101 pin 8) following AC-coupling capacitor C101 is fed
into the ASTRO radio microphone input at J1 pin 23 and J1 pin 48. The level
of this signal should be 90 mVrms relative to a 1.0 kHz tone at 60% FSD.
Local microphone audio passes through the control head to J2 pin 30. The
microphone audio is biased and passed through the summing amplifier with
unity gain. This path has an impedance of 600Ω.
A differential transmit path is available at Accessory Connector 2 pins 3 and 11
(TX+ and TX–, respectively) with an impedance of 1.0kΩ. This signal is
combined at U101 pins 2 and 3 into a linear signal at U101 pin 1 and then
routed through the transmit audio summing amplifier with a gain of +6 dB.
A linear transmit audio path is provided at Accessory Connector 2 pin 17
(TX_AUD). This transmit path has an impedance of 600Ω and unity gain
through the transmit summing amplifier.
Transmit audio taken from the MIC_HI line is routed to the tape recorder output
based on the jumper position at header J14. TX audio is routed to the tape
recorder output at approximately 90 mVrms when the jumper is in the A-B
position. If the jumper is moved to the B-C position, TX audio is not routed to
the tape recorder output. (The TX and RX audio measurements were made
relative to a 1 kHz tone at 60% FSD.)
Transmit audio is routed to the VU meter/clock (option L114) with a gain of
+14dB.
Control and Data Paths
The Audio Interface board is transparent to all control and data lines except the
data bus lines, MONITOR*, EMER (Emergency), and SPKR_UNMUTE. The
amount of gain developed by U105 is determined by the current requirements
of the remote desksets. Each op-amp on the BUS+, BUS-, and BUSY lines
compares the voltage drop between the + and – inputs. The resulting amplified
signal is further amplified by the transistor following each op-amp.
MONITOR* is presented to the radio with S101-6 OFF. See Table 1 on page 9.
The monitor function is available at the control head.
EMER (Emergency) is available at Accessory Connector 3 pin 13. When
triggered, the radio will broadcast an emergency signal (refer to the ASTRO
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Spectra/Spectra Plus radio user’s guide). S101-3 determines the method in
which the emergency is triggered.
SPKR_UNMUTE is available at Accessory Connector 2 pin 25 as an output to
provide an indication to accessories when the radio is receiving valid audio and
the speaker is unmuted. This signal is configurable for either active-high or
active-low operation using jumper J15. See Table 2 on page 9. When
configured for active-high, the emitter of Q101 is used to determine the state
of the speaker. (If the voltage of the emitter of Q101 is high, the speaker is
unmuted; if the voltage here is low, the speaker is muted.) Similarly, if activelow is selected, the collector of Q102 is used to determine the state of the
speaker. (If the voltage at the collector of Q102 is high, the speaker is muted;
if the voltage here is low, the speaker is unmuted.) Typically, this signal is
known as COR (Carrier-Operated Relay).
Tone Remote Control
Board
General Description
NOTE:
For the ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette to work
properly with the Tone Remote Control (TRC) option, several
codeplug parameters must be properly set using the ASTRO
mobile CPS. The TRC option must be enabled, and “HUB
defeats PL” must be selected. For instructions on setting
these parameters, see the ASTRO mobile CPS manual.
Tone Remote Control (TRC) allows control of a Consolette from a remote
location using a pair of wires (wireline) which need not have DC continuity.
Control is accomplished using a tone remote control console that sends a
sequence of control tones that are interpreted by the Consolette. A Consolette
function normally corresponds to a function tone (FT) of a predefined
frequency. All function tones must be preceded by a high-level guard tone
(HLGT—usually 2175 Hz), which alerts the Consolette for a sequence of one
or more function tones. On two-wire operation, receiver audio is muted when
HLGT is detected, so there will be no interfering audio signals on the wireline
when the function tones are being received. Upon receipt of the function
tone(s), the appropriate functions (are) executed by the Consolette. An
example might be the monitor function, which disables receiver PL; the monitor
function tone frequency is usually designated 2050 Hz. See Table 12 on
page 24 for function tone descriptions.
Receiver audio is gated through the radio and passed through a guard tone
notch filter on the TRC board. This processed audio is then filtered and applied
to the phone line. Transmit audio passes through a sample-and-hold AGC
circuit, a guard tone notch filter, and then to the radio to transmit. Audio coming
from the wireline is also passed through a bandpass filter that is centered at
the guard tone frequency. This audio is then routed to the microprocessor
(U123) to be decoded.
Figure 8 illustrates the sequence of tones involved in a line push-to-talk (LPTT)
function. In such a case, the function tone must be defined as a transmit
function on a certain mode (that is, 1950 Hz is usually defined as the function
tone for keying on mode 1). If an LPTT function tone is sent, the remote control
console follows the function tone with a continuous low-level guard tone
(LLGT), which is at the same frequency as the HLGT, but at an amplitude 30 dB
lower. LLGT is a pilot tone that is present, along with the transmitted audio, for
the duration of the transmission. At the end of the transmission, the Consolette
dekeys after the LLGT is no longer detected.
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Voice
HLGT
FT
120 ms
40 ms
Amplitude
LLGT
Time
Figure 8. Remote Key-Up
Table 12. TRC Function Tone Descriptions
Tone Table Description
Function
Tone
0000 - Standard
Table
0001
CentraCom II
0010
No Mode Select
0011
Mode 1 Only
0100
No Mode 1
2175 Hz
Guard Tone/PTT
Guard Tone/PTT
Guard Tone/PTT
Guard Tone/PTT
Guard Tone/PTT
2050 Hz
Monitor
Monitor
Monitor
Monitor
Monitor
1950 Hz
Mode 1 Select
Mode 1 Select
No effect
Mode 1 Select
Mode 2 Select
1850 Hz
Mode 2 Select
Mode 2 Select
No effect
No effect
Mode 2 Select
1750 Hz
Mode 7 Select
Mode 7 Select
No effect
No effect
Mode 7 Select
1650 Hz
Mode 8 Select
Mode 8 Select
No effect
No effect
Mode 8 Select
1550 Hz
Mode 5 Select
Mode 5 Select
No effect
No effect
Mode 5 Select
1450 Hz
Mode 6 Select
Mode 6 Select
No effect
No effect
Mode 6 Select
1350 Hz
Mode 3 Select
Mode 3 Select
No effect
No effect
Mode 3 Select
1250 Hz
Mode 4 Select
Mode 4 Select
No effect
No effect
Mode 4 Select
1150 Hz
Secure Coded
Select
Mode 5 Select
Secure Coded
Select
Secure Coded
Select
Secure Coded
Select
1050 Hz
Secure Clear
Select
Mode 6 Select
Secure Clear
Select
Secure Clear
Select
Secure Clear
Select
0 indicates OFF state of S100 (8-5)
0101-1111 indicates same as Standard Table
1 indicates ON state of S100 (8-5)
During an LPTT function, the LLGT is removed from the transmitted audio path
by a notch filter on the TRC board. This notch filter is tuned to the guard tone
frequency (2175 Hz).
When not in the LPTT mode, the TRC board accepts receiver audio from the
ASTRO radio, passes it through a notch filter (tuned to guard tone), and then
through a line driver for transmission down the wireline to the remote console.
The receive notch filter prevents false HLGT detection due to possible receiver
audio components near the guard tone frequency (since on a two-wire board,
receiver audio output and transmit audio/tone inputs are tied together at the
wireline).
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Detailed Description
Control Point Monitor
The ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette with the TRC option (L146)
supports Control Point Monitor as defined by the FCC. The local Consolette
speaker will unmute for remote audio that is being passed from the remote
device to the Consolette to be transmitted. When the local microphone is
keyed, the local speaker will be muted to voice audio. In addition, audio from
the local microphone that is to be transmitted by the Consolette is routed, via
the wireline interface, to the remote device. (This is not needed for FCC
Control Point Monitor and can be disabled by S100-2.)
When the ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette with the TRC option is
being used by both a local and a remote user at the same time, situations arise
in which one user has priority over the other. The following cases describe the
effect of dual interaction:
Receive Audio Path
•
If the remote user performs a push-to-talk (PTT) while the local user is
already keyed, the remote user’s audio will be transmitted with the
encryption state that the local user has selected. This is only the case if
the remote user requested a PTT on the same channel that was selected
by the local user. If the remote user requested a PTT on a different
channel than what was selected by the local user, the Consolette will
dekey and a “bad” alert tone will be heard by both users until both PTTs
are released.
•
If the remote user attempts to change channels while the local user is
keyed, the Consolette will dekey and a “bad” alert tone will be heard until
the local user releases the PTT.
•
All attempts by the remote user to change the state of encryption are
ignored if the local user is already keyed.
•
If the local user performs a PTT while the remote user is already keyed,
the local user’s audio will be transmitted on the channel that the remote
user has selected with the encryption state that the remote user has
selected.
•
If the local user attempts to either change channels or the state of
encryption while the remote user is keyed, the Consolette will dekey and a
“bad” alert tone will be heard until the remote user releases the PTT.
Audio from the receiver, as well as the various tones produced from the mobile
(that is, keyfail tones and button-press “beeps”), are gated through the ASTRO
transceiver and sent to the TRC board via a ribbon cable that plugs into J1 pin
42 (DET_AUD). Audio coming from the transceiver should measure
approximately 300 mVrms.
DET_AUD from the ASTRO transceiver is always passed through U116 gate 2
(S100-1 is always OFF for the Consolette). Audio at U116 pin 14 should
measure approximately 90 Vrms. Receive audio then passes through the
muting gate (U116 gate 1), controlled by RX_MUTE. Receive audio muting is
controlled by the microprocessor (U123 pin 36), which toggles the RX_MUTE
output line. When HLGT is detected or an LPTT is in progress, the receiver
audio will be muted. This gate is also muted for a local PTT in order to block
ASTRO noise at the DET_AUD line from entering the wireline.
The audio is passed through buffer amplifier U105 op amp 3 and then notched
at the guard tone frequency (2175 Hz) by hybrid HY2 filter 1. This hybrid
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contains an MF10 dual switched capacitor filter and a dual op-amp for
summing purposes. The notch filter is formed by summing together the highpass and low-pass outputs of the filter IC. The MF10s on both HY1 and HY2
require a high-frequency clock input that is derived from a divider circuit (U127
and U129) and the MPU “E” clock. The output of the clock divider circuit
(FILTER CLK) is a 110.4 kHz square wave that is used by the MF10s to create
the filters. The purpose of the notch filter is to notch out the guard tone
frequency area of the voice spectrum prior to transmission across the wireline.
The receive notch filter has a gain of 0 dB at 1 kHz. At the 2175 Hz notch
frequency the response is -35 dB, relative to 1 kHz. To allow the slight drifting
of the guard tone frequency due to wireline translation, the filter must
guarantee 30 dB of attenuation at ±5 Hz from the center frequency. The filter
has a “Q” of 3.8 in order to remove all voice components in the guard tone
frequency range before reaching the wireline. Without this protection, false
guard tone detects by the TRC board would be inevitable, since the audio
leaving the TRC board is up to 20 dB higher than that arriving to make up for
wireline attenuation.
The output of the notch filter passes through another muting gate (U114 gate
2). This audio path is always closed when the Consolette is receiving. Local
microphone audio and trunking tones also share this audio path to the console.
During local PTT this gate can be used to mute local audio on the receive path
(see “Transmit Audio Path” on page 26).
Receive audio is also routed from U116 gate 1 to buffer amplifier U106 op amp
4 (MOB_RX). The output of this buffer drives the TAPE OUT line, which is used
for external recording purposes.
The line-adjust circuit (U111 op amp 3 and R545) allows the notched audio
level to be adjusted via R545. By varying R545, you can adjust the audio level
to the line. This allows you to compensate for line losses to obtain the desired
audio levels. The adjusted audio is then sent through an audio-shaping filter
(U111 op amp 4). This filter is a unity-gain, low-pass filter with a corner
frequency of 3 kHz.
The output of the line audio-shaping filter is split into opposing phases in the
line driver circuit (U111 op amps 1 and 2, Q114 and Q115), where the receiver
audio is applied to the line transformer and the phone line. With two-wire
selected, the line driver audio is also applied to the input of the transmit audio/
tones detection path through T100-6. A portion of the line driver audio is also
fed into the input amplifier of the transmit audio/tone detection path, via U111
op amp 2 and S101-7,8; this audio is approximately 180° out of phase with the
received audio at T100. This is done in order to, at least partially, cancel the
receive audio so that a tone from a control console may be more easily
detected in the presence of receiver audio. With four-wire selected, this
cancellation is not necessary and S101-7 should be open and S101-8 should
be closed.
Transmit Audio Path
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Wireline audio originating from a console to be transmitted over the air is
applied to the wireline interface network. The wireline interface network
consists of T100 (two-wire operation), T1610 (four-wire operation), U110, and
other discrete components. The purpose of this circuitry is to match the
impedance of the TRC board to that of the wireline (T100, T1610, S101), block
any DC components between the TRC board and the wireline (C502, C501),
and provide protection from surges on the line (E1, E2).
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The input from the phone line is applied to U112 op amp 1 pin 2, along with the
line driver audio-canceling voltage (described previously) via S101-7 and
S101-8. The gain of U112 op amp 1 is controlled by FET transistor Q113. The
lower the DC gate voltage on Q113, the higher the gain, since a more negative
gate voltage tends to turn off the FET, creating maximum feedback resistance
across pins 1 and 2 of U112 op amp 1. The AGC potentiometer (R529) sets the
maximum gain point of the AGC. Normally, the potentiometer setting allows
input signals as low as –35 dBm to achieve full deviation. After the AGC circuit,
the audio is amplified by a factor of 20 (U112 op amp 4) and is sent to the
transmit guard-tone notch filter (HY2 filter 2).
The transmit guard-tone notch filter is formed by summing the two outputs of
the hybrid in the same manner as the receive notch filter previously discussed.
This filter notches out the guard-tone frequency area of the voice spectrum
before sending the audio to the radio to be transmitted. The notch filter's high
“Q” of 5.8 ensures removal of the guard-tone frequency component without
affecting the adjacent voice energy in the audio signal being transmitted.
The filtered audio level is adjusted by potentiometer R569 to set the
transmitted deviation. The audio is routed through buffer amplifier U105 op
amp 4 and then (via TX_AUDIO) into amplifier U110 op amp 1, after which it is
sent to the ASTRO transceiver to be transmitted. The audio is also passed to
buffer amplifier U106 op amp 2. The output of this buffer drives the TAPE OUT
line, which is used for external recording purposes.
The filtered audio is also passed to amplifier U106 op amp 1, whose gain is set
by digital potentiometer U107. The audio is passed to the AUX_RX_AUD input
of the radio, where it is then output to the local speaker.
Audio tones associated with trunking operation are generated locally on the
TRC board. They originate from the microprocessor (U132 pin 38) and are
filtered by low-pass filter U106 op amp 3. The filtered tones are then sent to
buffer amplifier U105 op amp 3 to be sent down the wireline to the remote
speaker.
Local microphone audio (MIC_AUDIO) is passed to buffer amplifier U105 op
amp 2. It is then sent down the wireline allowing local transmit audio to be
monitored at the remote unit. If it is desired to prevent local audio (audio not
received by the radio) from being routed to the remote speaker via the wireline,
place S100-2 to the ON position. This will cause microprocessor U123 pin 35
(WL MUTE) to be asserted, opening the wireline path at U114 gate 2 for local
microphone audio, local trunking tones, and locally generated beeps. Local
microphone audio is also passed through buffer amplifier U105 op amp 1 to
TX_AUDIO to the transmitter
Tone Processing Section
Inputs to this section originate from TP1 (the output of U112 op amp 4) in the
wireline transmit audio path. When looking for guard tone (standby operation),
the audio is selected by U114 gate 1 to be routed through the guard tone
bandpass filter and then sent to the filter/limiter. After high-level guard tone
(HLGT) has been detected, U114 gate 1 is toggled to allow audio to bypass the
bandpass filter. This permits unfiltered audio to be decoded and allows for
proper identification of the function tones.
The limiter consists of a gain stage (U112 op amp 3), which also provides some
broadband filtering, followed by a limiter stage that converts the signal to a
square wave. The output of U112 op amp 2 drives transistor Q116. This
transistor provides an input to the microprocessor's Input Capture (U123
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pin 41). The input to this pin is a 0-5V peak-to-peak square wave. The
frequency of the square wave depends on the particular guard/function tone
being sent. The microprocessor determines which tone is being sent and then
takes the corresponding actions.
AGC Circuit Operation
The output of U112 op amp 4 feeds reference comparators (U117 op amps 2,
3, and 4) of the AGC circuit. If the peak voltage at the input exceeds the
threshold of U117 op amp 4 (+5.8V) in the positive direction, the output of U117
op amp 4 pulses high, causing current to pass through R510 and charge C506
via D1012. Similarly, if the peak minimum voltage at the input dips below the
threshold of U117 op amp 3 (+3.6V), U117 op amp 3 will allow a pulse of
current to pass through R509 to charge C506 via D1013. As C506 charges, the
DC voltage on the gate of Q113 rises. This rise in gate voltage on Q113 will
reduce the drain-source resistance and hence the gain of U112 op amp 1. This
in turn will reduce the output of the AGC circuit. This output is again used to
feed the comparators, and the process continues until the voltage is just equal
to the threshold of U117 op amp 4 minus the threshold of U117 op amp 3, or
2.2V peak-to-peak.
The “sample-and-hold” action of the AGC occurs when a new HLGT is
received. Upon detection of HLGT by the microprocessor (U123 pin 41), the
AGC_RESET* line (which has been low when no LPTT was present) and the
TONE detect line will go high (approximately 5V). This action will cause the
gain of Q113 to rapidly increase (C503 is placed parallel with the smaller C506,
reducing the gate voltage on Q113), and also turns Q110 off to allow a higher
gain in the U112 op amp 1 stage. This action will momentarily cause a rise in
the AC voltage level on TP1 above the usual compression point of 0 dBm.
During the time that the peak voltage on TP1 is more than 0.7V higher than the
1.1V peak (0 dBm) threshold, comparator U112 op amp 2 and Q116 are
actuated to provide faster than normal attack (gain reduction) time. In this
manner, the gain is always reset to maximum at the beginning of a new line
push-to-talk, and then is reduced as required until the HLGT is at 0 dBm (which
is the AGC compression point) as measured on TP1. This ensures full
deviation, regardless of the amplitude of any audio signal on the line just prior
to the line push-to-talk.
During an LPTT function, the Auto Level Control (ALC) action of the AGC
causes the gain to freeze for the duration of LLGT. This will preserve the natural
characteristics of the speech without producing any pumping effects.
In extreme cases where the audio signal received at the Consolette is
unusually low (due to very long lines or other attenuating factors), the AGC
action of the TRC board may be inhibited, yielding slightly more gain. Switch
S100-4, when set to the ON position, will disable the AGC circuitry. Absolute
gain and transmit deviation is then adjustable by potentiometers R529 and
R569, respectively. This option is NOT recommended because the Low-Level
Guard Tone (LLGT) may already be too low to be detected and thus the
Consolette will not transmit.
Power Distribution
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A+ is routed to the TRC board from the power supply through J11. This
connection provides ignition sense to the control head and the mobile. When
S101-1 is in the ON position, A+ is immediately sourced from the power supply
to the SWB+ connections of the mobile, control head, and TRC board. When
S101-1 is in the OFF position, the user must enable power at the front of the
control head. SWB+ is then sourced from the control head to the mobile and to
the TRC board.
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On the TRC board, A+ is converted to regulated 9.6V through U100. From this
9.6V source, several comparator voltages are produced. SWB+ is routed to a
5V regulator (U132) on the TRC board, which provides regulated 5V to all of
the logic ICs.
One exception to the IC power distribution is the Serial I/O IC (U131). This IC
needs to be powered at all times, regardless of the state of S101-1. A+ is
routed to U131, as well as a continuous 5V source from the regulated 9.6V
source.
Input/Output Control
Definitions
AGC_INHIBIT*—This signal is generated by the microprocessor (U123)
through the latch (U124 pin 14). It is used to disable the AGC circuit of the TRC.
TONE_DETECT—This signal is generated by the microprocessor (U123)
through the latch (U124 pin 12). It is toggled from low(0V) to high(5V) when a
guard/function tone is successfully detected. This line provides a discharge
path between C503 and C506, which varies the gain of the AGC circuit.
LPTT*—This signal is generated by the microprocessor (U123) through the
latch (U124 pin 19). It is high during an LPTT to provide additional gain for
LLGT. This additional gain improves the accuracy of the tone decoding
process.
GT/FT*—This signal is generated by the microprocessor (U123) through the
latch (U124 pin 17). During the detection of guard tone, the bandpass filter is
switched into the path of the audio. This allows isolation of the 2175 Hz signal
and provides more accurate decoding. Once the guard tone has been
detected, the signal line goes low. This switches the bandpass filter out of the
path to allow the function tone(s) to pass to the limiter/decoder undisturbed.
RX_MUTE—This signal is generated by the microprocessor (U123 pin 36). It
is used to mute receiver audio (DET_AUD) when an HLGT has been detected
or an LPTT is in progress. DET_AUD is also muted during a local PTT to block
ASTRO noise from entering the wireline.
WL_MUTE—This signal is generated by the microprocessor (U123 pin 35). It
is used to mute the wireline during a remote PTT, and when S100-2 is in the
ON position (mute local audio and local trunking tones).
AGC_RESET*—This signal is generated by the microprocessor (U123)
through the latch (U124 pin 16). It is used to provide an additional discharge
path for C503 and C506 (changing the feedback path of U112A in the AGC
circuit). Upon detection of HLGT by the microprocessor, the AGC_RESET line
will go high. AGC_RESET will go low at the end of LPTT.
SPKR_UNMUTE—This signal is available at Accessory Connector 2 pin 25 as
an output to provide an indication to accessories when the radio is receiving
valid audio and the speaker is unmuted. This signal is configurable for either
active high or active low operation using Plug P102. See Table 6 on page 11.
When configured for active high, the emitter of Q117 is used to determine the
state of the speaker. (If the voltage at Q117's emitter is low, the speaker is
muted, and if the voltage here is high, the speaker is unmuted.) Similarly, if
active low configuration is selected, the collector of Q118 is used to determine
the state of the speaker. (If the voltage at Q118's collector is low, the speaker
is unmuted, and if the voltage here is high, the speaker is muted.)
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Smart Modem Protocol
(SMP) Control
The ASTRO Tone Remote Control Board also provides an RS232 port through
which the Consolette communicates with an ASTRO Console Interface
Module (ACIM) using the Smart Modem Protocol (SMP).
NOTE:
For correct operation, the ACIM must be connected to a Gold
Series Console programmed with System 3.0 Conventional
or later.
Depending on the setting of S100-3, the operation of the Tone Remote Control
board can vary as follows:
S100 Pin 3 ON—Tone Remote
Control
In this setup, the Consolette can only be controlled remotely by a tone remote
deskset, via the wireline, as described in “General Description” on page 23
under “Tone Remote Control Board.” The Consolette will report both PTT-IDs
and Call Alert IDs, when applicable, to Accessory Connector 1 (J13). See
Table 13. For a list of supported IDs, see Table 14 on page 31.
Table 13. Accessory Connector 1 (J13)
J13
Pin Number
To
Accessory 1
of the TRC
Signal
1
N/C
2
N/C
3
N/C
4
ACIM_TXD
5
N/C
6
ACIM_RXD
7
N/C
8
GND
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
ACIM_TXD
5
5
6
ACIM_RXD
To the ACIM
6
7
7
8
4
GND
8
MAEPF-27878-O
Figure 9. TRC to ACIM Cable Diagram
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MAEPF-27879-O
Figure 10. TRC to ACIM Cable Orientation (not provided by Motorola)
1
1
8
8
ACIM Connector
(looking from the outside)
Accessory 1 on the Consolette
(looking from the outside)
Table 14. Supported IDs
S100-3 OFF—SMP Control
Emergency
Call PTT-ID
Emergency
Alarm PTT-ID
Call Alert
PTT-ID
Analog
Conventional
Not Reported
Not Reported
Not Reported
Not Reported
Analog Trunked
Reported
Not Reported
Not Reported
Not Reported
APCO
Conventional
Reported
Reported
Reported
Not Reported
APCO Trunked
(3600 & 9600)
Reported
Reported
Reported
Not Reported
In this setup, the Consolette can only be controlled remotely by the Gold Series
Console via Accessory Connector 1 (J13). The Consolette will report both
PTT-IDs and Call Alert IDs, when applicable, to Accessory Connector 1. See
Table 13 on page 30. For a list of supported IDs, see Table 14 on page 31.
As with Tone Remote Control, the Gold Series Console (using Smart Modem
Protocol) can command the Consolette to do the following:
•
Change modes (the number depends on console support)
•
Enable/disable encryption
•
Enable/disable monitor
•
PTT with positive mode
Audio routing to and from the Consolette continues to pass down the wireline.
See “Receive Audio Path” on page 25 and “Transmit Audio Path” on page 26
for audio routing details.
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!
Caution
Power-Up
Do not connect anything to Accessory Connector 1
other than the supported ACIM connection.
Damage could occur to the Consolette and
unsupported external devices.
The ON/OFF power button located on the ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus
control head is disabled before shipment. Therefore, the station is immediately
operational when its power cord is plugged into a live AC outlet. To enable the
ON/OFF power button on the control head, refer to the information in “DIP
Switch and Jumper Settings” on page 8 of this manual. Please note that the
ON/OFF power button on the control head controls the power to the control
head only. For W9 model Consolettes (Digital Remote Control), no control
head is present and the station will become immediately operational when its
power cord is plugged into a live AC outlet.
Once the station is powered, the Power On LED should light up, and the station
should be ready to receive or transmit.
Receive
Since there can be various configurations of the Consolette depending upon
the user's requirements, no detailed receive operating instructions will be given
in this section. However, detailed operating instructions can be found in the
ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus radio user’s guide. For information regarding
remote control deskset operation, refer to the applicable instruction manual.
Transmit
Since there can be various configurations of the Consolette depending upon
the user's requirements, no detailed transmit operating instructions will be
given in this section. However, detailed operating instructions can be found in
the ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus radio user’s guide. For information regarding
the operation of the digital remote deskset, refer to the applicable instruction
manual.
NOTE:
Power-Up Self-Check
Errors
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Each Consolette is shipped with the Emergency (Emer)
button disabled. Use the current version of the ASTRO CPS
to enable the Emergency button, if desired.
Each time the radio is turned on, the MCU and DSP perform some internal
diagnostics. These diagnostics consist of checking the programmable devices
such as the FLASH ROMs, internal and external EEPROMs, SRAM devices,
and ADSIC configuration bus checksum. At the end of the power-up self-check
routines, if an error exists, the appropriate error code is shown on the display.
Self-test errors are classified as either “fatal” or “non-fatal.” Fatal errors will
inhibit user operation; non-fatal errors will not. For non-display radios, the error
codes may be read using the Customer Programming Software (CPS) from the
universal connector at the rear of the ASTRO Spectra or Spectra Plus
Transceiver.
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Table 15. ASTRO Spectra Consolette Power-Up Self-Check Error Codes
Error
Code
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Description
Troubleshooting
Chart
01/02
External EEPROM checksum non-fatal error
See Note 1
01/81
ROM checksum failure
See Note 1
01/82
External EEPROM checksum failure
See Note 1
01/84
EEPROM is blank
See Note 1
01/88
RAM failure —Note: Not a checksum failure
See Note 1
01/90
General hardware failure
See Note 1
01/92
Internal EEPROM checksum failure
See Note 1
02/81
DSP ROM checksum failure
See Note 1
02/82
DSP RAM 1 failure
See Note 1
02/84
DSP RAM 2 failure
See Note 1
02/88
DSP RAM failure —Note: Not a checksum failure
See Note 1
02/90
General DSP hardware failure (DSP start-up
message not received correctly)
See Note 1
02/A0
ADSIC checksum failure
See Note 1
09/10
Secure option not communicating with radio
See Note 1
09/90
Secure hardware failure
See Note 1
1C/10
TRC option not communicating with radio
See Note 2
1C/81
TRC ROM checksum failure
See Note 3
1C/82
TRC configuration register corrupted
See Note 3
1C/88
TRC RAM failure —Note: Not a checksum failure
See Note 3
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Table 16. ASTRO Spectra Plus Consolette Power-Up Self-Check Error
Codes
Error
Code
Description
01/02
FLASH ROM Codeplug Checksum Non-Fatal Error
See Note 1
01/12
Security Partition Checksum Non-Fatal Error
See Note 1
01/20
ABACUS Tune Failure Non-Fatal Error
See Note 1
01/22
Tuning Codeplug Checksum Non-Fatal Error
See Note 1
01/81
Host ROM Checksum Fatal Error
See Note 1
01/82
FLASH ROM codeplug Checksum Fatal Error
See Note 1
01/88
External RAM Fatal Error —Note: Not a checksum
error
See Note 1
01/90
General Hardware Failure Fatal Error
See Note 1
01/92
Security Partition Checksum Fatal Error
See Note 1
01/93
FLASHport Authentication Code Failure
See Note 1
01/98
Internal RAM Fail Fatal Error
See Note 1
01/A2
Tuning Codeplug Checksum Fatal Error
See Note 1
02/81
DSP ROM Checksum Fatal Error
See Note 1
02/88
DSP RAM Fatal Error —Note: Not a checksum
failure
See Note 1
02/90
General DSP hardware failure (DSP start-up
message not received correctly)
See Note 1
09/10
Secure option not communicating with radio
See Note 1
09/90
Secure hardware failure
See Note 1
1C/10
TRC option not communicating with radio
See Note 2
1C/81
TRC ROM checksum failure
See Note 3
1C/82
TRC configuration register corrupted
See Note 3
1C/88
TRC RAM failure—Note: Not a checksum failure
See Note 3
Troubleshooting
Chart
In the case of multiple errors, the codes are logically OR’d and the results
displayed. As an example, in the case of an ADSIC checksum failure and a
DSP ROM checksum failure, the resultant code would be 02/A1.
NOTES:
34
1.
Refer to the ASTRO Spectra Plus Detailed Service Manual, Motorola
Publication 68P81076C25-D, for troubleshooting charts and
information.
2.
Refer to the “Consolette Does Not Work Troubleshooting Chart” on
page 53 in this manual.
3.
For hardware failure with the TRC option, please contact an
authorized service shop for repair.
6881086C22-B
Maintenance
Alignment
The advanced design and manufacturing techniques eliminate the need for
traditional tuning tasks for the ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus transceiver. All
circuits in the transceiver have been aligned at the factory with specialized
equipment. Alignment in the field should not be necessary or attempted.
Programming
Codeplug
Programming
Configuration items for field programming of the ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus
Consolette are shown in Table 16 on page 34. It is important to note that the
field programming setup connects directly to the ASTRO transceiver and not
to the accessory connectors on the rear panel of the Consolette. Therefore, the
first step in programming the codeplug of the Consolette is to remove the top
cover. See “Disassembly and Reassembly” on page 38 for cover removal and
replacement instructions. Once the top cover has been removed, the ASTRO
Spectra/Spectra Plus transceiver can be connected to a PC.
There are two different methods by which the ASTRO transceivers are
connected to the PC, based on whether it is an ASTRO Spectra or ASTRO
Spectra Plus model. The ASTRO Spectra transceiver is connected to the PC
using a Smart Radio Interface Box (RLN1015). The Smart Radio Interface Box
is connected to the 15-pin accessory connector on the rear of the ASTRO
Spectra transceiver via the ASTRO Spectra Interface cable (30-80369B73),
and to the PC via an IBM PC-AT Computer Interface Cable (30-80369B72).
See Figure 11 on page 36. The ASTRO Spectra Plus transceiver is connected
directly to the PC using the HKN6155 Programming/Flash cable connected to
the microphone connector on the front panel of the transceiver. See Figure 12
on page 36. Prior to programming, make certain that external equipment is
disconnected from the accessory connectors on the rear of the Consolette.
FLASHport
Programming
Always be sure you are ordering/using the latest version of the software
package. If you are not sure, contact Motorola Product Services or United
States and Canada Aftermarket Products Division at 1-800-422-4210.
In order to FLASH the internally housed ASTRO mobile, the lid must be
removed from the Consolette. Connect the ASTRO mobile programming cable
(HKN6155_) to the microphone connector on the front panel of the ASTRO
mobile and follow the FLASHport instructions.
6881086C22-B
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Maintenance: Programming
.
Table 17. Field Programming items
Item
Kit/Part No.
Description
RVN4183_
ASTRO Spectra Customer Programming
Software (CPS)
RVN4185_
ASTRO Spectra Plus Customer Programming
Software (CPS)
2
30-80369B72
IBM PC-AT Computer Interface Cable
3
30-80369B73
ASTRO Spectra Interface Cable
4
RLN1015_
Smart Radio Interface Box (SRIB)
5
01-80302E27
SRIB Power Pack (110 VAC)
6
HKN6155_
ASTRO Spectra Plus Programming/Flash Cable
1
30-80369B73
30-80369B72
ASTRO Spectra
Consolette
SRIB
RLN1015_
MAEPF-27880-O
Figure 11. ASTRO Spectra Programming Hardware Configuration
ASTRO Spectra Plus
Consolette
HKN6155_
MAEPF-27881-O
Figure 12. ASTRO Spectra Plus Programming Hardware Configuration
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6881086C22-B
Maintenance: Maintenance and Troubleshooting Procedures
Maintenance and
Troubleshooting
Procedures
Depending upon the environment in which the ASTRO Consolette operates, a
service schedule should be created to periodically clean out the inside of the
Consolette. This will ensure proper air flow within the station at all times.
“Diagrams and Parts Lists” on page 51 provides a listing of Troubleshooting
Charts and Schematics, Boards, and Parts Lists. These diagrams contain
detailed cable connectorization information for each cable in the ASTRO
Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette. These diagrams should be used in
conjunction with the applicable ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Mobile Service
Manual to efficiently service the Consolette.
The troubleshooting charts assist you in tracing a problem to its source. Start
with the “Consolette Does Not Work Troubleshooting Chart” on page 53 and
you will be directed to the source of the problem. Use other troubleshooting
charts and the applicable ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Service Manual to
further identify the source of the problem.
Recommended Test
Equipment and
Service Aids
Electrical
Mechanical
6881086C22-B
•
R2001 Communications System Analyzer or R2600 Service Monitor (or
equivalent)
•
R1037 or R1024 Digital Multimeter (or equivalent)
•
HP8903 Audio Analyzer (or equivalent)
•
HP3552 Transmission Test Set (or equivalent)
•
13.8Vdc, 15A Power Supply (for DC-only operation)
•
Radio Service Cable (Motorola PN 3084565T01)
•
ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Basic Service Manual (Motorola PN
68P81076C20)
•
ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Detailed Service Manual (Motorola PN
68P81076C25)
•
Current ASTRO Mobile Customer Programming Software
•
T10, T15, and T25 Torx™ Drivers
•
Straight Blade and Phillips Screwdrivers
•
Tuning Tool (Motorola PN 66-84974L01)
•
3/16-inch (4.7625 mm) and 11/32-inch (8.73125 mm) Hex Nut Drivers/
Wrenches
•
Needle-nose Pliers
•
3/32-inch (2.38125 mm) Allen Wrench
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Maintenance: Disassembly and Reassembly
Disassembly and
Reassembly
!
Caution
Make sure to remove power to and disconnect all
accessories from the Consolette when performing
any of the following Disassembly and Reassembly
instructions.
The following is a list of detailed instructions on how to remove and replace the
main components of the Consolette. All of the retainer snaps surrounding the
individual components must be released for removal.
!
Caution
Never attempt to lift the station by the front panel
after the top cover is removed as damage may
occur to the connected cables. Also, never attempt
to disconnect any cable by pulling on the wires;
disconnect by connectors only.
Top Cover
Removing the Top Cover
1. Raise the two latches on the rear of the Consolette upwards.
2. Simultaneously lower both latches all the way down. When both latches
are lowered, the top cover will automatically spring toward the rear of the
Consolette.
3. Pull the top cover towards the rear of the Consolette to further separate it
from the front panel.
4. Lift the top cover straight up to remove.
Figure 13. Removing the Top Cover
NOTE:
38
The rear view of the Consolette shown in Figure 13 might be
of an earlier model.
6881086C22-B
Maintenance: Disassembly and Reassembly
Replacing the Top Cover
1. Lower the top cover straight down onto the base, making certain that the
four side tabs on the cover (two on each side) align with, and set into, the
corresponding grooves in the base.
2. From the rear of the unit, push the top cover forward to close. It may be
necessary to use a soft mallet to tap the top cover forward so that it locks
into place securely.
NOTE:
It is assumed from this point on that all disassembly and
reassembly procedures begin with the top cover removed
and end with the top cover being replaced.
ASTRO Transceiver
Removing the Transceiver
Begin removal of the transceiver by placing the Consolette on a solid surface
with the front of the unit facing you.
1. Disconnect the DC power cable from the rear of the ASTRO Transceiver.
2. Disconnect the coaxial cable from the antenna port at the rear of the
ASTRO Transceiver.
3. Remove the screw holding the transceiver in place. This screw is located
on the left side of the transceiver in-between the two "retainer snaps."
4. Pull out on the two retainer snaps on the left side of the ASTRO
Transceiver to release it.
5. Tilt the ASTRO Transceiver to the right (lift from the left side) to release it
from the retaining bosses on the right side of the ASTRO Transceiver.
6. Disconnect the interface cable from connectors J5 and J6 on the front of
the ASTRO Transceiver. These connectors are held in place by four
screws (two per connector).
7. Disconnect the Keyload Cable from the front panel of the transceiver, if
present.
Antenna
Port
DC Power
Cable
Retainer
Snap
Screw
Retainer
Snap
Keyload
Connector
(Not Pictured)
J5
J6
Figure 14. Removing the Transceiver
6881086C22-B
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Maintenance: Disassembly and Reassembly
Replacing the Transceiver
1. Connect the interface cable to the connectors J5 and J6 on the front of the
ASTRO Transceiver. Be sure to tighten the four screws (two per
connector) so that the connectors do not inadvertently come loose.
2. Connect the Keyload cable to the microphone connector on the front panel
of the ASTRO Transceiver, if the cable is present.
3. Insert the right side of the transceiver at a 45-degree angle so the bracket
on the radio hooks under the retaining bosses in the center of the
Consolette housing.
4. Lower the left side of the transceiver into the snap retainers on the left side
of the Consolette housing, making sure that both retainers snap into place,
locking the transceiver down.
5. Insert the screw between the two retainer snaps.
6. Connect the coaxial cable to the antenna port at the rear of the ASTRO
Transceiver. (Make sure the connector is tightened down to where no
threads are exposed. If threads are exposed, then the connector is not
seated properly.)
7. Connect the DC power cable to the DC plug on the rear of the ASTRO
Transceiver.
AIB/TRC Interface
Board
Removing the AIB/TRC
Board
NOTE:
Follow the instructions for removing the ASTRO Transceiver
prior to attempting to remove or replace the AIB/TRC
interface board.
The AIB/TRC board is located underneath the ASTRO transceiver. You must,
therefore, remove the transceiver before removing the interface board.
1. Disconnect the accessory cable from connector J3 of the AIB/TRC board.
2. Disconnect the transceiver cable from connector J1 of the AIB/TRC board.
3. Disconnect the power cable from connector J11 of the AIB/TRC board.
4. Disconnect the power LED cable from connector J5 of the AIB/TRC board.
5. Disconnect the fan cable from connector J8 (AIB) or J13 (TRC).
6. Disconnect the control head cable TRN7393 from connector J2 of the AIB/
TRC board. (This cable is present only on the Local Control (W7)
Consolettes.)
7. Disconnect the speaker cable from connector J4 of the AIB/TRC board.
(This cable is present only on the Local Control (W7) Consolettes.)
8. Disconnect the cables for the battery revert and clock VU meter from J7
and J6 of the AIB/TRC board, respectively, if those options are present.
NOTE:
The emergency battery revert option is no longer supported
by Rev C and higher versions of the AIB and TRC boards
9. With everything disconnected from the AIB/TRC board, the board can be
removed by releasing the three retainer snaps on either side of the board
(six total). It is easier if you start from the front of the unit and work to the
back when releasing the retainers.
10.The AIB/TRC board should now be free from the Consolette housing.
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Maintenance: Disassembly and Reassembly
Fan
Cable
Accessory
Cable
Power
Cable
Retainer
Snaps
Retainer
Snaps
Transceiver
Cable
Control Head Cable
(Underneath the
Transceiver Cable)
Power LED
Cable
Speaker
Cable
Figure 15. Removing the AIB/TRC Board
Replacing the AIB/TRC
Board
1. Insert the AIB/TRC board into the Consolette housing and snap it into
place. When inserting the TRC into the Consolette housing, make sure
that the board is secured by the two retainers to the right and left of the
opening for Accessory Connector 1.
2. Connect the accessory cable to connector J3 on the AIB/TRC board.
3. Connect the transceiver cable to connector J1 on the AIB/TRC board.
4. Connect the power cable to connector J11 on the AIB/TRC board.
5. Connect the power LED cable to connector J5 on the AIB/TRC board.
6. Connect the fan cable to connector J8 (AIB) or J13 (TRC).
7. Connect the control head cable TRN7393 to connector J2 on the AIB/TRC
board. (This cable is only present on the Local Control (W7) Consolettes.)
8. Connect the speaker cable to connector J4 on the AIB/TRC board. (This
cable is only present on the Local Control (W7) Consolettes.)
9. Connect the cable for the Clock/VU meter to J6 on the AIB/TRC board, if
the option is present.
NOTE:
The emergency battery revert option is no longer supported
by Rev C and higher versions of the AIB and TRC boards.
10.Perform the steps for replacing the ASTRO Transceiver (see “Replacing
the Transceiver” on page 40).
6881086C22-B
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Maintenance: Disassembly and Reassembly
Power Supply
Removing the Power
Supply
1. Make sure that the AC power cord is disconnected from the Consolette
and that the ground connection has been removed.
2. Remove the screw located to the left of the power supply retainer snap.
3. Disconnect the DC power cable from the rear of the ASTRO transceiver.
4. Disconnect the power cable from connector J11 on the AIB/TRC board. (It
may be necessary to remove the ASTRO Transceiver in order to access
connector J11.)
5. Push down on the power supply retainer snap to release the power supply.
6. Slide the power supply toward the front of the Consolette to free the power
supply from the Consolette housing.
7. Lift the power supply out of the Consolette housing.
DC Power
Cable
Screw
Retainer
Snap
AIB/TRC Power
Cable
(Underneath the
Transceiver)
Figure 16. Removing the Power Supply
Replacing the Power
Supply
1. Set the new power supply into the Consolette housing in the right rear
corner.
2. Align the slits in the base of the power supply with the retainers on the
Consolette housing so that the retainers come through the base of the
power supply.
3. Slide the power supply to the rear of the Consolette. The retainer snap
should engage and lock the power supply into place.
4. Connect the power cable to connector J11 on the AIB/TRC board.
5. Connect the DC power cable to the DC connector on the rear of the
ASTRO transceiver.
6. Insert the screw in the hole to the left of the retainer snap.
7. Make sure to reconnect the ground wire to the power supply before
plugging the power supply back in to an AC outlet.
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Maintenance: Disassembly and Reassembly
Fan
Removing the Fan
1. Make sure that the AC power cord is disconnected from the Consolette.
2. Disconnect the fan power leads from either connector J8 (AIB) or J13
(TRC). (If this is an older model Consolette, the fan may be plugged
directly into the power supply.)
3. Remove the dust filter cover from its mounting bracket by releasing the
four snap retainers holding it in place. This will expose the four Phillips
screws holding the fan in place.
4. Remove the four Phillips screws and lock nuts that secure the fan to the
rear of the Consolette housing. (There are openings in the bottom of the
Consolette housing that will allow access to the two lock nuts on the
bottom of the fan.) This will release the dust filter mounting bracket from
the rear of the Consolette.
5. Release the two retainer snaps, one on each side, and tilt the top of the
fan towards the front of the Consolette housing. This should release the
fan from the retaining boss in the bottom of the Consolette housing.
6. Lift the fan out of the Consolette housing.
Replacing the Fan
1. Insert the fan at the rear of the Consolette housing at an angle.
2. Tilt the fan to the rear of the Consolette housing, making sure that the
lower lip of the fan locks underneath the retaining boss in the bottom of the
Consolette housing and the retainer snaps lock into place.
3. Insert the four phillips screws through the dust filter mounting bracket, the
Consolette housing, and the fan assembly and secure them in place with
the four lock nuts. (The bottom two screws can be accessed through two
holes in the bottom of the Consolette housing to tighten down the lock
nuts.)
4. Replace the dust filter cover onto the mounting bracket.
Control Head (W7
Models Only)
Removing the Control
Head
1. Make sure the AC power cord is disconnected from the Consolette.
2. Remove the two control head mounting screws located on either side of
the control head.
3. Push the control head from the rear to free it from the front panel.
4. Disconnect the TRN7393 control head interface kit from the rear of the
control head.
6881086C22-B
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Maintenance: Disassembly and Reassembly
Replacing the Control
Head
1. Connect the TRN7393 control head interface kit to the connector on the
rear of the control head.
2. Push the control head into the front panel.
3. Insert the two control head mounting screws, one on either side of the
control head.
!
Caution
NOTE:
44
When servicing control heads, it is recommended
that all water seals (O-ring, keypads, etc.) that are
disturbed in the procedure be replaced to ensure
radio sealing integrity.
Care must be taken to shield the control head (front and
back) from a direct exposure to pressurized water. The
pressurized water from a hose is, in most cases, more
severe than the stated tests, conditions, and typical
environments.
6881086C22-B
Cable Diagrams
Standard Cables
Table 18. Power LED Cable Part #3084459T01 (P/O TKN8676)
Pin Number
Signal
Power LED
J5
1
1
POWER_LED_A
2
2
POWER_LED_K
3
N/C
Table 19. RF Coaxial Cable Part #0112004E09 (P/O TKN8676)
Pin Number
Signal
1 RX
Radio
1
1
RF
2
2
ANA_GND
Table 20. Speaker Cable Part #3084457T01 (P/O TRN7394)
Pin Number
Signal
6881086C22-B
Speaker
J4
1
1
SPKR_HI
2
2
SPKR_LO
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Cable Diagrams: Standard Cables
Table 21. Control Head Cable
Pin Number
Signal
Control Head
J2
1
1
VSENSE1
2
2
N/C
3
3
N/C
4
4
VSENSE2
5
5
ANA_GND
6
6
N/C
7
7
N/C
8
8
ANA_GND
9
9
BUS+
10
10
BUS-
11
11
A+
12
12
SWB+
13
13
BUSY
14
14
SWB+
15
15
IGN
16
16
RESET
17
17
VO3
18
18
VI3
19
19
20
20
VI1
21
21
VO1
22
22
VO2
23
23
N/C
24
24
N/C
25
25
N/C
26
26
MIC_LO
27
27
N/C
28
28
HUB
29
29
N/C
30
30
CTRL_HD_MIC
31
N/C
32
N/C
33
N/C
34
N/C
(N/C)†
(N/C)†
(DIG_GND)†
(DIG_GND)†
HUB* (N/C)†
(RESET/PTT*)†
Notes: * Denotes active low signal
† Denotes TRC signal name
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Cable Diagrams: Standard Cables
Table 22. Radio Cable
Radio J6
Pin Number
Radio J5
Signal
J1
1
1
14
2
PTT*
N/C
2
3
RS232-RXD
15
4
RSSI
3
5
RS232-TXD
16
6
N/C
4
7
RS232_RTS
17
8
N/C
5
9
RS232_CTS
18
10
DIG_GND
6
11
FILT_AUD
19
12
N/C
AUX_RX_AUD
7
13
20
14
N/C
8
15
AUX_TX_AUD
21
16
N/C
9
17
DET_AUD
22
18
SWB+
10
19
ANA_GND
23
20
CHAN_ACT*
11
21
MIC_LO
24
22
SPKR_LO
12
23
RAD_MIC
25
24
SPKR_HI
13
25
N/C
1
26
PTT*
14
27
BUS-
2
28
FLT_AUD_SHD
15
29
RSSI
3
30
IGN
16
31
VO1
4
32
N/C
17
33
VO2
5
34
BUS+
18
35
DIG_GND
6
36
FILT_AUD
19
37
RESET
7
38
AUX_RX_AUD
20
39
N/C
8
40
AUX_TX_AUD
21
41
BUS_SHLD
9
42
N/C
22
43
SWB+
10
44
ANA_GND†
23
45
BUSY
(N/C)†
(N/C)†
(N/C)†
(MIC_HI/
MOD_CTRL)†
(N/C)†
(DET_AUD)†
11
46
MIC_LO
24
47
SPKR_LO
12
48
RAD_MIC
(N/C)†
25
49
SPKR_HI
(N/C)†
13
50
EMER
(N/C)†
Notes: * Denotes active low signal
† Denotes TRC signal name
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Cable Diagrams: Standard Cables
Table 23. Accessory Cable
Accessory
2
Pin Number
Accessory
3
Signal
J3
1
1
RX+
14
2
REMOTE_RX+
2
3
AUD_SHLD
15
4
REMOTE_RX-
3
5
TX+
16
6
RX-
4
7
FILT_AUD
17
8
TX_AUD
5
9
A+
18
10
VO3
6
11
BUSY
19
12
BUS-
7
13
BUS+
20
14
RESET
UNAVAILABLE
8
15
21
16
5V
9
17
VO1
22
18
VI3
10
19
PTT*
23
20
VO2
11
21
TX-
24
22
MONITOR*
12
23
DIG_GND
25
24
SPKR_UNMUTE
25
VI1
13
(LINE1+)†
(SPKR_HI)†
(SPKR_LO)†
(LINE2+)†
(LINE1-)†
(DET_AUD)†
(AUD_TX)†
(LINE2-)†
1
26
RS232_RXD
(N/C)†
14
27
RS232_TXD
(N/C)†
2
28
ANA_GND
15
29
RS232_RTS
3
30
AUX_RX_AUD
16
31
RS232_CTS
4
32
FILT_AUD
17
33
AUX_TX_AUD
5
34
A+
18
35
SWB+
6
36
BUSY
19
37
BUS-
7
38
BUS+
20
39
RESET
(N/C)†
(PS_AUD_OUT)†
(DET_AUD)†
8
40
BUS_SHLD
21
9
41
42
N/C
VSENSE1
(RS232_RXD)†
22
43
N/C
(RS232_TXD)†
10
44
VSENSE1_SHLD
23
45
VSENSE2
11
46
TAPE_OUT
24
47
VSENSE2_SHLD
12
48
DIG_GND
25
49
N/C
13
50
EMER
(RS232_RTS)†
(RS232_CTS)†
Notes: * Denotes active low signal
† Denotes TRC signal name
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Cable Diagrams: Optional Cables
Optional Cables
Table 24. Clock/VU Cable
Pin Number
Signal
6881086C22-B
Clock/VU
J6
1
1
VU_AUD
2
2
N/C
3
3
ANA_GND
4
4
A+
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Cable Diagrams: Optional Cables
Notes
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6881086C22-B
Diagrams and Parts Lists
List of
Troubleshooting
Charts
List of Schematics,
Boards, and Parts
Lists
6881086C22-B
Title
Page
Consolette Does Not Work Troubleshooting Chart
53
Power Problem Troubleshooting Chart
54
TRC Local TX Troubleshooting Chart
55
TRC RX Audio Troubleshooting Chart
56
Trunking Tones Not Heard at Remote Console Troubleshooting Chart
57
TRC Board DC Voltage Troubleshooting Chart
58
TRC TX Audio Troubleshooting Chart
58
AIB TX Audio Troubleshooting Chart
59
AIB RX Audio Troubleshooting Chart
60
AIB DC Power Troubleshooting Chart
61
Title
ASTRO Spectra Consolette Exploded View
Page
63
TRN 7393B Control Head Interface Board Schematic
64
TRN7393B Component Location Diagram - Side 1
64
TRN7393B Component Location Diagram - Side 2
64
ASTRO Spectra Consolette Exploded View Parts List
65
TRN7393B Control Head Interface Board Parts List
65
Tone Remote Control Board Block Diagram
66
Audio Interface Board Block Diagram
67
TRN7391C Audio Interface Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 1 of 2)
68
TRN7391C Audio Interface Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 2 of 2)
69
TRN7391C Audio Interface Board
70
TRN7391C Audio Interface Board Parts List
71
PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Component Location Diagram
(viewed from side 1)
73
PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 1 of 6)
74
PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 2 of 6)
75
PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 3 of 6)
76
PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 4 of 6)
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PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 5 of 6)
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PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 6 of 6)
79
PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Electrical Parts List
80
51
Diagrams and Parts Lists: List of Schematics, Boards, and Parts Lists
Notes
52
6881086C22-B
Troubleshooting Charts
CONSOLETTE DOES NOT WORK
Consolette
does not work
No
Is there
an ASTRO Spectra
control head
present?
Yes
Does
the message
ERROR IC/10
appear on the
display?
Yes
Is the
TRC board
present?
No
Disable
TRC option
in codeplug
Are
the radios in
the system programmed
to correct frequencies
and PL/DPL
codes?
No
Program
correctly
Yes
Apply
push to talk
to consolette
Yes
No
Reprogram
the TRC board
or replace
Other
error
messages?
Yes
Check connections and/or
refer to Troubleshooting
Procedures in ASTRO/Spectra
Detailed Service Manual
Connect
properly
No
Refer to Troubleshooting
Procedures in the
ASTRO Spectra
Detailed Service Manual
Is
speaker
present?
Apply standard test
signal to receiver
(see note)
No
Yes
Is it
properly
connected?
No
Yes
With
volume turned
up can 1kHz tone
be heard at
speaker?
Yes
No
Is the
power on
LED lit?
No
Yes
Program
correctly
No
Is the
radio programmed
to correct frequencies
and PL/DPL
codes?
Yes
Is the
equipment
connected to the proper
accessory
connector?
No
Connect
properly
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Apply modulation
and push to talk
to radio
No
Refer to power
problem troubleshooting chart
Yes
Is the
unit being
operated with any
external
equipment?
Does
RF signal
appear at RX/TX
port?
Is the
equipment
functioning
properly?
Is 1kHz
signal routed to
pin 17 of connector J1
on board from
radio?
Repair
equipment
Check connections and/or
refer to Troubleshooting
Procedures in ASTRO/Spectra
Detailed Service Manual
Connect
cable
Yes
Check and/or
repair or
replace board
No
Is
RF cable
connected to
radio?
Yes
Yes
Is the
board getting
DC power?
No
No
No
Check connections and/or
refer to Troubleshooting
Procedures in ASTRO/Spectra
Detailed Service Manual
Check
connections
and/or power
supply
Does
modulating
signal appear at pin
23 of J1 on
board?
No
Check and/or
repair or
replace board
Yes
Check connections and/or
refer to Troubleshooting
Procedures in ASTRO/Spectra
Detailed Service Manual
NOTE:
Standard test signal is an on-channel
signal at 1mV, modulated by a 1kHz tone
at 3kHz deviation and a correct PL tone
modulated at 0.75kHz deviation.
MAEPF-26153-A
Consolette Does Not Work Troubleshooting Chart
6881086C22-B
53
POWER PROBLEM
TROUBLESHOOTING
START
Is
AC power
cable connected and
AC power
available?
No
Connect the
power cable.
Disconnect
power cable
from radio.
Put switch to
correct position and
change fuse to
proper rating.
Is
12.0V ±10%
present on pin 1 of
J11 on board?
Yes
Is
115/230 volt
switch in the correct
position?
No
Yes
No
Yes
Reconnect radio,
disconnect ribbon
cable to J1 on board.
Yes
Repair or
replace board.
No
No
Reconnect radio;
disconnect any
external equipment
if present.
Is a
control head
present?
Is
12.0V ±10%
present on pin 1
of J11 on
board?
Repair or
replace radio.
Yes
Is the
cable to the
control head
connected?
No
Connect
the cable.
Yes
Is the
power cable
to the radio
connected?
Is
12.0V ±10%
present on pin 1 of
J11 on board?
Yes
Repair or
replace external
equipment.
No
No
Connect the
power cable.
Reconnect external
equipment; disconnect
cable to J11 on board.
Connect
the cable.
Is
12.0V ±10%
present on yellow and
black cable from the
power supply?
Yes
Is the
cable from power
supply to J11on board
connected?
No
Yes
Is
12.0V ±10%
present on pin 1 of
J11 on board?
Yes
Repair or
replace board.
No
Yes
DC power
is okay.
Repair or
replace power
supply.
MAEPF-26158-A
No
Power Problem Troubleshooting Chart
54
6881086C22-B
TRC LOCAL TX
Set up
radio for test.
Inject a 90mVrms
1kHz signal into
the mic input of
the control head.
Is 1kHz
signal present
at U114-13?
1
Check control head and
mic operation as specified
in ASTRO Spectra Detailed
Service Manual.
No
Is 1kHz
signal present
at C605?
2
1
Check/replace
U110 and U105
No
Check/replace
U101.
No
Check/replace
U106.
No
4
Yes
(Tape Out)
Is 1kHz
signal present
at J3-46?
No
Yes
Is
WL_MUTE
signal high?
No
4
Determine why
U123 is holding
signal low and
repair.
4
No
Is 1kHz
signal present
between R556
and R559?
Yes
Is
9.6V and VB
present?
Is
FILTER_CLOCK
signal a 0-5V square
wave at
110.4kHz?
Yes
Is 1kHz
signal present
at TP3?
6
Yes
No
Yes
Is 1kHz
at line1
output?
Refer to TRC
Board Voltage
Troubleshooting
Chart.
No
Check HY2 for
correct operation and
replace if necessary.
5
3
Is
signal at
U111-1?
No
Yes
Is
signal at
secondary of
T100?
Yes
No
Check for
correct operation
of U127 and U123.
3
Check 9.6V and VB,
also, evaluate
operation of U111 and
position of R545 wiper.
Yes
STOP
No
Yes
Yes
Is 1kHz
signal present
at U114-14?
5
Check/replace
U113 and U114.
Check VB, 9.6V and
FILTER_CLOCK signal,
also, be certain HY2
is inserted properly.
Yes
4
Check/replace
U105.
Yes
VU Meter
Is 1kHz
signal present
at J6-1?
4
3
Check for
proper operation
of U124.
Yes
Mic Hi
Is 1kHz
signal present
at J1-23?
3
2
4
No
Check 9.6V and VB;
also, check for
correct operation
of U111.
6
No
Check/replace
Q114 and/or
Q115.
6
Check/replace
transformer.
MAEPF-26156-A
6
TRC Local TX Troubleshooting Chart
6881086C22-B
55
START
Setup radio for test.
Be sure all jumpers, switches,
and connectors are in correct
positions. Transmit on channel a
1kHz tone at 60%FSD (3kHz dev).
TRC RX AUDIO
Troubleshooting
SPKR_Unmute
Operation
?
No
1
Yes
Are
RX_MUTE and
RADIO_SEL signals
low?
No
3
1
No
No
Determine why
U123 is holding
signal high, and
repair.
Yes
Yes
Is 1kHz
signal present
at J1-42?
Check/replace
U116 and U118.
Is RX_Mute
low when
receiving
?
Is S100-1
off?
Yes
Is jumper
P102 placed
appropriately
?
Is jumper
placed for active
high or active
low?
Yes
active
low
No
Place the jumper for
either active high or
active low operation.
Does
voltage between
the collector of Q118
and R186 go from
5V to 0V when
receiving
?
No
Set
S100
Correctly.
No
Does
voltage at R190
go from 0V to 5V
when receiving
?
active
high
No
Does
voltage between
the collector of Q102
and R189 go from
0V to 8V when
receivng
?
No
Yes
Check / Replace
Q117 and/or
Q118.
Yes
No
Check / Replace
jumper
P102.
Refer to ASTRO Spectra
Detailed Service Manual
for correct operation
and troubleshooting.
Check / Replace
jumper
P102.
Yes
Check / Replace
Q102.
Yes
Is 1kHz
signal present
at U116-15?
2
Is 1kHz
signal present
at U114-14?
Yes
No
Check for
proper operation
of U124.
(Tape Out)
Determine why U123
is holding signal
high and repair.
Yes
Is S100-1
off?
No
1
Set S100
correctly.
1
Is 1kHz
signal present
at J3-46?
3
Yes
Is 1kHz
signal present
at U114-13?
4
No
5
Check/replace
U106.
Check 9.6V and VB,
also, evaluate
operation of U111 and
position of R545 wiper.
2
No
Check VB, 9.6V and
FILTER_CLOCK signal;
also, be certain HY2
is inserted properly.
Check 9.6V and VB;
also, check for
correct operation
of U111.
No
Refer to
TRC board voltage
troubleshooting chart.
Is
FILTER_CLOCK
signal a 0-5V square wave
at 110.4kHz?
Yes
Check HY2 for
correct operation
and replace if
necessary.
No
Check for
correct operation
of U127 and U123.
3
Is
signal present
at U111-1?
Yes
6
Check/replace
transformer.
Yes
No
Yes
Is 1kHz
signal present
at TP3?
6
5
Yes
Is
9.6V and VB
present?
No
Is
signal at
secondary of
T100?
No
Yes
Yes
Is 1kHz
signal present
at line 1
output?
Is
WL_MUTE
signal high?
Yes
Check/replace
U113 and U114.
No
Yes
4
STOP
Determine why
U123 is holding
signal low and repair.
No
6
4
Check/replace
Q114 and/or Q115.
6
3
MAEPF-26155-O
TRC RX Audio Troubleshooting Chart
56
6881086C22-B
TRUNKING/MDC TONES NOT HEARD
AT REMOTE CONSOLE
START
Apply a Push-to-Talk
to the consolette
on a trunking
channel.
Yes
Is S100-2
set to OFF?
No
Set S100
correctly
1
START
Monitor U123-38
during the time when
trunking tones should
be present
(on each push-to-talk).
Yes
Are
associating
trunking tones heard at
the local consolette
speaker?
No
Is the
local speaker
connected?
No
Connect the
speaker.
Yes
Is a
0-5VDC signal
present at
U123-38?
2
Check/replace
U106.
2
No
No
Check/replace
microprocessor.
Yes
START
1
Check the
programming of the
trunking channel in the
consoletteÕs codeplug.
1
Does the
signal appear
at U114-13?
Do the
trunking tones
appear at
R171?
3
4
Yes
Do the
trunking tones
appear at line 1
output?
Check for
proper operation
of U124.
No
No
Check VB, 9.6V and
FILTER_CLOCK signal,
also, be certain HY2
is inserted properly.
Is
9.6V and VB
present?
Yes
No
Refer to TRC
Board Voltage
Troubleshooting
Chart.
Yes
Is
filter_clk signal
a 0-5V square wave
at 110.4kHz?
Does the
signal appear
at U114-14?
No
Check for
correct operation
of U127 and U123.
No
5
Yes
Check/replace
U113 and U114.
STOP
Yes
Is
WL_MUTE signal
high?
No
4
Determine why
U123 is holding
signal low and
repair.
4
Yes
Does the
signal appear
at TP3?
6
Yes
No
Yes
Does the
signal appear at
line 1 output?
No
Check 9.6V and VB,
also, evaluate
operation of U111 and
position of R545 wiper.
Check HY2 for
correct operation and
replace if necessary.
5
3
Is
signal at
U111-1?
Yes
Yes
STOP
No
Is
signal at
secondary of
T100?
Yes
3
Check 9.6V and VB;
also, check for
correct operation
of U111.
6
No
Check/replace
Q114 and/or
Q115.
6
Check/replace
transformer.
MAEPF-26159-O
6
Trunking Tones Not Heard at Remote Console Troubleshooting Chart
6881086C22-B
57
TRC BOARD DC VOLTAGE
TRC TX AUDIO
START
START
NOTE;
To set up radio for test, be sure all connectors,
jumpers, switches, are configured appropriately.
Refer to manual for proper set up procedure.
Set up
radio for test.
Set up for radio test,
be sure all connectors,
switches and jumpers
are in connect positions
No
Check AC source
is present and
that power supply
is functioning
START
No
Replace 9.6V
regulator (U100)
and check for
short in circuit
2
Check that JU101
is installed and
U110 and U105 are
operating correctly.
No
No
No
START
Check for proper
operation of U106
and U107 and
replace if necessary.
No
No
Replace VR101
and check
for short in circuit
START
Check
P101 and U106.
Yes
No
Yes
Is 1kHz
signal present
at J3-46?
Yes
STOP
No
Replace 5V regulator
(U132) and check
for short in circuit
No
Is
S100-4
off?
Yes
Is
voltage on C506
approximately
0VDC?
No
Yes
Check U117
comparators for
correct operation.
1
Remove drain
and source leads
of Q113.
Yes
Is 1kHz
signal present
at J1-13?
5
4
Yes
Is 1kHz
signal present
at J1-23?
4
3
Check for
correct operation
of U102 and replace
if necessary
Yes
Is 1kHz
signal present
at TP4?
3
5
Is
5V present
at U132-2?
Is signal
at TP1 0dBm
–1dB?
START
Yes
Is
5V present
at U131-3?
No
Is
FILTER_CLOCK
a 0-5V square wave and
at 110.4kHz?
Check that
HY2 is inserted
properly.
Yes
Is
4.8V present
at audio IC s?
Yes
No
2
Yes
Is
9.6V present
on audio IC s?
Check for
proper operation
of HY2 and replace
if necessary.
Set S100
correctly and
reset consolette.
1
2
Is
12.0V present
at J11-1?
Inject a 440mVrms
1kHz signal into
the TX wireline.
Check that U127,
U123, and U129 are
operating correctly.
Is
signal present
at TP1 now?
Yes
No
Trace signal
from input
to find failure.
1
Replace
Q113.
1
MAEPF-26157-O
START
Yes
STOP
MAEPF-26154-A
TRC Board DC Voltage Troubleshooting Chart
58
TRC TX Audio Troubleshooting Chart
6881086C22-B
AIB TX AUDIO
START
Set up standard
transmit test
configuration
(see notes)
NOTES:
1. Standard transmit receive signal is 1kHz
at 60% FSD on appropriate carrier.
2. Be sure all jumpers and switches are
appropriately set for application (see schematic).
Remove all
external
accessories
Short J3-19 to
digital ground
J1-1
0V?
No
1
Verify accessory
cabling continuity
and consult appropriate
component manual
2
Repair or
replace board
as necessary
Consult
appropriate radio
service manual
2
Yes
Yes
Carrier
at RX/TX
connector?
No
Radio cable
continuity ok?
Yes
9.6V ±5%
present at
U101-4?
No
Replace
radio
cable
Yes
9.6V ±5%
present between
R104 and
C105?
4.8V
present at
U101-3, 5, 10?
No
No
2
Yes
2
Yes
Inject 1kHz tone
onto appropriate
transmit source path
1kHz
90mVrms at
U101-8?
No
2
Yes
Is
1kHz signal
present at
J3-46?
1
No
No
2
Yes
2
MAEPF-26317-A
AIB TX Audio Troubleshooting Chart
6881086C22-B
59
START
AIB RX AUDIO
Set up standard
receive test
configuration
(see notes)
Is
busy light
on?
No
Consult
appropriate radio
service manual
Yes
1kHz
present at
J1-17, 36, 49?
Yes
No
Radio cable
continuity
ok?
No
Replace
cable
1
Verify accessory
cabling continuity
and consult appropriate
component manual
2
Repair or
replace board
as necessary
Yes
Determine
receiver audio
routine source
NOTES:
1. Standard receive receive signal is 1kHz
at 60% FSD on appropriate carrier.
2. Be sure all jumpers and switches are
appropriately set for application (see schematic).
1
Yes
Filtered
Audio?
Yes
Continuity
between J1-11,
36 and J3-32,
7 ok?
No
2
2
No
Speaker
audio?
No
Yes
WARNING:
SPKR_LO must not be
grounded or damage
to the radio may result
Digital
deskset
present?
Yes
Does
TP17 go from
0V to 5V when
receiving?
Active
high
Active
low
No
Check/Replace
U107
No
Does
TP25 go from
0V to 8V when
receiving?
Is jumper
placed for active
high or active
low?
No
Does TP16
voltage go from
5V to 0V when
receiving?
Yes
Is
Jumper J15
placed
appropriately?
Yes
No
No
Continuity
between J1-24,
49 and J3-2
ok?
Ensure
S101-SW7
is on
Detect
Audio
Continuity
between J1-22,
47 and J4-2
ok?
Yes
Continuity
between J1-22,
47 and J3-4
ok?
No
2
Yes
Yes
Yes
1
Speaker
UnMute?
No
Place the jumper for
either active high or
active low operation
Continuity
between J1-24,
49 and J4-1
ok?
No
Yes
No
Check/Replace
jumper J15
2
Yes
1
No
2
Yes
No
Check/Replace
Q101 and/or Q102
Check/Replace
jumper J15
9.6V ±5%
present between
R104 and C105?
Yes
9.6V ±5%
present at
U102-4?
2.2V
present at
U102-5, 10?
No
No
2
Yes
2
Yes
Remove cables
from accessory
connectors
1kHz
at J3-1 and
J3-6?
Yes
1kHz
at J3-46
No
Yes
No
2
2
MAEPF-26318-A
AIB RX Audio Troubleshooting Chart
60
6881086C22-B
AIB DC POWER
Done
START
Yes
Is
12.0V ±10%
present between
pins 1 & 2
of J11?
Yes
Is
control head
present?
Yes
No
No
Is
switch
S101-SW1
on?
No
Is
SW B+
12.0V ±10%?
Move S101-SW1
to "ON" position
Yes
No
Check
S101-SW1
Press power
button on
control head
Disconnect
power cable
from J11
Is
12.0V ±10%
on power
cable?
No
Yes
Remove all
cables from
board connectors
Connect
power cable
to J11
Is
12.0V ±10%
present between
pins 1 & 2
of J11?
Yes
Leaving power
cable connected,
connect other cables
one at a time
No
No
Troubleshoot
power supply
and/or radio
Power-ground short
on interconnect
board, replace or
repair as necessary
Is
12.0V ±10%
present between
pins 1 & 2
of J11?
No
Verify component
cabling and consult
appropriate
component manual
Yes
All
cables
tested?
Yes
DC
power
ok
MAEPF-26316-A
AIB DC Power Troubleshooting Chart
6881086C22-B
61
Notes
62
6881086C22-B
Schematics, Boards, and Parts Lists
MAEPF-27904-A
ASTRO Spectra Consolette Exploded View
6881086C22-B
63
VIEWED FROM SIDE 1
30
26
C
29
25
28
27
P502
22
21
24
18
20
23
1991
1
15
14
17
19
12
13
16
8
11
7
10
9
3
6
2
5
1
14
J103
28
4
15
MAEPF-26343-O
TRN7393B Component Location Diagram - Side 1
VIEWED FROM SIDE 2
R1
R7
R3
R2
R4
R5
R6
MAEPF-26344-O
TRN 7393B Control Head Interface Board Schematic
64
TRN7393B Component Location Diagram - Side 2
6881086C22-B
ASTRO Spectra Consolette Exploded View
Parts List
Ref. Des.
Part Number
TRN7393B Control Head Interface Board Parts
List
Description
Res. Des.
Part Number
Description
1
0385144C01
SCREW, Control Panel (2
req’d)
2
HLN1072A
CONTROL HEAD, ASTRO
Spectra
4
3083139N40
CABLE, Control Head
5
6408270S01
PANEL, Front
6
3308509S05
NAMEPLATE
7
0784466T01
BRACKET, Control Head
8
3084459T01
CABLE, LED
9
L114
OPTION, Clock/VU Meter
R1, 2
0611077B06
20k
10
5005913X02
SPEAKER
R3, 4
0611077A98
10k
11
0310945A11
SCREW, Speaker (4 req’d)
R5 thru 7
0611077A01
0Ω
12
3084457T01
CABLE, Speaker
13
0784465T01
BRACKET, Radio (2 req’d)
14
0380114M02
SCREW, Radio Bracket (4
req’d)
5483865R01
Label, Bar Code; 1/4”
Wide
15
3084460T01
CABLE, Radio
8484501T03
Board, Circuit
16
CONNECTOR:
J103
0980113M03
Receptacle, 28-Contact
CONNECTOR:
P502
3083139N40
Cable, Flat (with
connectors)
RESISTOR: Ω±5%; 1/8W
unless stated
MISCELLANEOUS:
RADIO, ASTRO Spectra/
Spectra Plus
Notes:
1.
For optimum performance, order replacement diodes, transistors, and
circuit modules by Motorola part number only.
TRN7391
and PLN1360
Audio Interface Board
Tone Remote Control Board
(Optional)
2.
Part value notations:
p=10-12
m=10-3
18
3084493T01
CABLE Power
19
0112004E09
CABLE, Antenna
20
3808649S01
SUPPORT, N-Type
21
FRN5358A
FAN
22
2708271S01
or 2708271S02
CHASSIS, Main
CHASSIS, Main
23
5508626S01
LATCH (2 req’d)
24
3808649S02
COVER, N-Type (2 req’d)
25
3084462T01
CABLE, Accessory
26
1508346S01
COVER, Top
27
HPN4005
SUPPLY, Power
17
6881086C22-B
n=10-9
k=103
µ=10-6
M=106
65
DRIVER/
RECEIVER
RS232
DATA LINES
ACIM
CONNECTION
RX_MUTE
RADIO_SEL
LINE 2 +
TRUNK_TONES
WIRELINE
LINE 2 -
BUFFER
WIRELINE
INTERFACE
TX_AUDIO
TONE_DETECT
AGC_RESET
3
SERIAL BUS
TO
RADIO
RESET
LOGIC
&
CONTROL
AGC_INHIBIT
GT/FT
TONE_DETECT
LPTT
LPTT
AGC_ RESET
WL_MUTE
AGC_INHIBIT
DECODE
TONES
AUX_RX_AUD
GT/FT
CLOSE
FOR 4-WIRE
OPERATION
5.8V
FILTER
&
LIMITER
6.5V
GUARD TONE
BANDPASS FILTER
VOLUME
ADJUST
AGC
3.8V
FILTER-CLK
TO
RADIO
FILTER_CLK
TX AUDIO
BUFFER
BUFFER
JUMPER
P101
9.6V
A+
BUFFER
CH_MIC
OPEN
FOR 4-WIRE
OPERATION
GUARD TONE
NOTCH FILTER
LEVEL
ADJUST
LINE 1 +
6.5V
WIRELINE
5.8V
FROM
CONTROL
HEAD
POWER
ROUTING
SWB +
5.0V
VB
LINE 1 -
WIRELINE
INTERFACE
RX_AUDIO
TX_AUDIO
BUFFER
WL_MUTE
4.8V
3.6V
2.2V
TAPE_OUT
GUARD TONE
NOTCH FILTER
TO
ACCESSORY
CONNECTOR
LEVEL ADJUST
& FILTER
LINE
DRIVER
BUFFER
SPKR_UNMUTE
BUFFER
RADIO_SEL
DET_AUDIO
FROM
RADIO
RX_MUTE
MAEPF-26235-A
100K
FILT_AUDIO
TRUNK TONES
LOW PASS
FILTER
Tone Remote Control Board Block Diagram
66
6881086C22-B
T100
DETECTED
AUDIO
DETECT
AUDIO
MUTING CIRCUIT
ELC RX AUDIO
LEVEL ADJUST
U106-12, 13, 14
U102-8, 9, 10
ELC RX AUDIO
SHAPING FILTER
R111
U102-12, 13, 14
ELEC RX AUDIO
LINE DRIVER
Q103, Q104,
U102-1, 2, 3
U102-5, 6, 7
ELC
RX AUDIO
IMPEDANCE
MATCHING
(600 or 900)
ELC
RECEIVE +
ELC
RECEIVE SPEAKER
SPEAKER SPEAKER
UNMUTE
CIRCUIT
S101-7
U107-1, 2, 3
Q101, Q102
DESKSET
RECEIVE AUDIO
IMPEDANCE
DESKSET
RECEIVE -
16 OHM
RESISTOR ARRAY
DESKSET
RECEIVE +
SPEAKER +
SPEAKER +
SPEAKER
UNMUTE
TAPE OUT
AUDIO
SUMMER
TAPE OUTPUT
U101-12, 13, 14
DESKSET
TRANSMIT
AUDIO
TO/FROM
RADIO
J1
DESKSET
TRANSMIT +
TRANSMIT
AUDIO
SUMMER
MIC HI
TO
SPEAKER
J4
TO
ACCESSORY 2
CONNECTOR J3
TO
ACCESSORY 3
CONNECTOR J3
FROM
ACCESSORY 2
CONNECTOR J3
U100-8, 9, 10
VU AUDIO
BUFFER
CONTROL
HEAD
MIC HI
FROM
LOCAL MIC
J2
VU/CLOCK
AUDIO INPUT
TO VU/CLOCK
J6
U101-5, 6, 7
AUXILIARY
RECEIVE AUDIO
AUXILIARY
TRANSMIT AUDIO
FILTERED
RECEIVE AUDIO
AUX RX AUDIO
AUX TX AUDIO
FILTERED
RECEIVE AUDIO
EMERGENCY
FILTERED
RECEIVE AUDIO
PTT
CHANNEL
ACTIVITY
MONITOR
PTT
CONTROL
LOGIC
UNAVAILABLE
U103
820
ANODE
CATHODE
VSENSE BUS
VEHICLE
INTERFACE
I/O BUS
RESET
BUSY
BUS -
TO/FROM
ACCESSORY 2
CONNECTOR J3
MONITOR
SWB+
BUS +
TO/FROM
ACCESSORY 3
CONNECTOR J3
EMERGENCY
S101-3
TO/FROM
CONTROL
HEAD
J2
TO
ACCESSORY 2
CONNECTOR J3
TRANSMIT
AUDIO
LOCAL CONTROL
DESK
MICROPHONE
AUDIO BIAS
TO
CONTROL
HEAD
J9
TO
SPEAKER
J4
DESKSET
TRANSMIT -
U101-1, 2, 3
JU101
TO
ACCESSORY 2
CONNECTOR J3
VSENSE
VEHICLE
INTERFACE
I/O BUS
RESET
TRANSIENT
PROTECTION
BUS DRIVER
Q106, Q107, Q108
U105
VR101, VR102,
VR103, VR104
BUS +
TO
POWER LED
J5
TO ACCESSORY 3
CONNECTOR
J3
TO/FROM
ACCESSORY 2
CONNECTOR
J3
BUS BUSY
SIGNAL LEGEND
AUDIO
DATA
CONTROL
MAEPF-27884-O
Audio Interface Board Block Diagram
6881086C22-B
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2.2V
SWB+
A+
MOB_RX
A+ J2
A+ J11
IGN J1
IGN J2
SWB+ J1
SWB+ J1
SWB+ J2
SWB+ J2
11
1
30
15
43
18
12
14
2.2V
TP94
10
5V
9
+
11
_U102 +
4
C103
39pF
C124
1uF
C147
0.1uF
C146
470pF
DET_AUD J1 17
16
12
X0
47K
5V
3
+
2
_
11
+
TP93
4
2
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
22
24
29
4
47
_
1
U102
+
4
Q104
MC3303
9.6V
R135
4.7K
R139
1.2K
R141
1.8K
TP90
TP106
C140
470pF
Q101
4.7K
C144
470pF
47K
R129
TP89
Q102
J15
B
J15
C
J15
R132
TP27
2.2V
C143
470pF
C120
6
_
5
+
U102
R131
R114
10K
10K
TP150
Q103
11
TP86
R134
4.7K
2
11.6 VDC
R236
10K
5V
5V
R140
10K
TP151
2.6 VDC
7
MC3303
TP88
R116
10K
47K
4
+
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
TP104
9.6V
C149
470pF
39pF
VR104
10V
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R137
75
TP87
47K
A
SWB+
S101
SWITCH
TP1
10K
R145
47K
R143
43K
A+
R138
75
5V
TP14
R186
10K
7
TP17
9.6V
R142
R121
5V
SPKR_LO
SPKR_HI
RSSI
RSSI
SPKR_LO
+
9.6V
5V
C138
470pF
1
TP91
11
R187
10K
MC3303
ADJUST TO 1.0 Vrms
AT ELC RECEIVE OUTPUT
TP16
R144
1
U107
4
R126
47K
VEE
GND
U106
MC14053B
TP92
C110
1000pF
3
2.0 VDC
C121
39pF
TP23
TP25
R128
4
Z
9
C
8
Z1
13
11.6 VDC
+ U102 11 14
_
+ MC3303
10
TP26
15
Y
10
B
1
Y1
5
Z0
3
5V
14
X
11
A
13
X1
2
Y0
C157
1uF
6
EN
0.1uF
12
84.5K
84.5K
R111
200K
0.33uF
R188
VCC
TP51
9.6V
R118
R113
9.6V
C139
C111
330pF
TP105
18K
R119
100K
MC3303
TP103
C100
R102
300mVrms
TP95
8
ELC RECEIVE AUDIO
LEVEL ADJUST
3
TP145
4
5
6
7
TP18
SPKR_HI
PTT*
J1 49
J1 1
J1 26
HUB*
J2 19
HUB1
J2
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J2
J2
J2
J2
J2
J2
J2
J2
J2
J2
J2
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
PTT*
TP143
5
9
R238
TP58
CHAN_ACT*
EMER
AUX_RX_AUD
AUX_TX_AU D
FILT_AUD
VSENSE1
VSENSE2
V03
VI 3
VI 1
VO1
V02
RESET
BUSY1
BUS+1
BUSBUSBUS+
BUSY
RESET
V02
VO1
FILT_AUD
AUX_TX_AU D
AUX_RX_AUD
0
TP29
MIC_LO
RAD_MIC
DIG_GND
BUS_SHLD
DIG_GND
ANA_GND
AND_GND
FLT_AUD_SHD
ANA_GND
ANA_GND
TP57
TP43
TP32
TP19
3
12
U103
13
TP61
MC3303
TP59
TP56
4.8VDC
4.8V
MC3303
TP119
11
8
+
+
10
_
9
U101
R110
47K
TP82
TP122
_
2
C107
R117
.015uF
200K
TP79
4.7uF
C104
JU101
0
TP108
R127
1K
R124
C117
200K
.015uF
C135
R109
TP78
C116
C108
100K
.015uF
C112
R211
100K
J14 B
1uF
TP3
MOB_RX
100K
TP11
100K
1uF
C145
470pF
TP9
C136
4.8V
J14 C
1uF
R115
160K
9.6V
13
12
_
U101
+
R241
10K
4
+
11
14
TP34
_
3
+
4
+
U105
MC33074A
1
CR104
TP38
R219
Q106
10K
11
R149
TP37
R130
R218
1K
100K
10
VR101
6.8V
TP44
R221
1K
.015uF
R214
18K
C127
R215
C128
0.1uF
100K
0.1uF
9.6V
TP80
J14 A
R217
120
2
TP36
R210
R108
TP110
R216
1.2K
10
220pF
TP4
10K
SWB+
.015uF
200K
R112
TP118
TP83
R125
4.8V
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
5V
C113
22pF
DNP
100K
90mVrms
+
1.8K
R220
C118
200K
R106
C101
R101
9.6V 4
U101
9
R237
4.8V
+3
11
11
MC74HC00A
200K
R122
90mVrms
TP96
1
TP77
9.6V 4
TP121
TP113
48
23
35
41
10
5
8
28
44
19
U103
8
TP21
4
R120
TP35
J1 21
J1 46
J2 26
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J2
J2
J1
J1
J1
1
10
U103
MC74HC00A
10K
RAD_MIC
6
MC74HC00A
2
TP60
MIC_LO
U103
MC74HC00A
TP31
28
20
50
13
15
11
1
4
17
18
20
21
22
16
13
9
10
27
34
45
37
33
31
36
40
38
TP146
MIC_LO
8
VR107
5.6V
C154
470pF
TP10
4.8V
TP101
TP102
9.6V
R213 1K
R212
560
C126
MC3303
VU AUDIO BUFFER
6
_
5
+
U101
+
7
11 MC3303
400mVrms
9.6V
C158
0.1uF
CONTROL HEAD
MICROPHONE BIAS
10uF
R123
560
TP81
4
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
TP13
MAEPF-27901-O
TRN7391C Audio Interface Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 1 of 2)
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6881086C22-B
TP97
1
1
J3
A+
5
ELC RECEIVE AUDIO
4
SWB+
5V
TP99
T100
XFMR
6
A+
JUMPER
1 Vrms BETWEEN RX+ AND RX-
3
J3
C125
100uF
TP128
J6
J3
J3
4 A+
9 A+
34 A+
J3
J3
35 SWB+
16 5V
J14
A-B
S101 - 1
TRANSMITTED AND RECEIVED AUDIO IS ROUTED T
O
S101 - 3
*EMER ACTIVE HIGH
EMER ACTIVE LOW
S101 - 4
*600 OHM IMPEDANCE
900 OHM IMPEDANCE
S101 - 5
900 OHM IMPEDANCE
*600 OHM IMPEDANCE
S101 - 6
LOCAL DESK MICROPHONE NOT PRESENT
*LOCAL DESK MICROPHONE PRESENT
S101 - 7
DIGITAL REMOTE CONTROL OPTION PRESENT
*DIGITAL REMOTE CONTROL OPTION NOT PRESENT
ONLY RECEIVED AUDIO IS ROUTED TO
J15
TAPE_OUT (ACCESSORY CONNECTOR 3, PIN 11)
A-B
SPKR_UNMUTE ACTIVE HIGH (COR)
TP126
*B-C
*ASTRO CONTROL HEAD POWER BUTTON DISABLED
ALWAYS PLACED FOR ASTRO
TAPE_OUT (ACCESSORY CONNECTOR 3, PIN 11)
*B-C
OFF (OPEN)
ON (CLOSED)
SWITCH
DESCRIPTION
*I N
6 RX-
TP127
TP100
STATE
JU101
1 RX+
*SPKR_UNMUTE ACTIVE LOW (COR)
SWITCH NOTES:
1. AN ASTERISK (*) INDICATES DEFAULT FACTORY SETTING
J1 3
J3
26
RS232_RXD
J1 5
J3
27
RS232_TXD
J1 7
J3
29
RS232_RTS
1. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, ALL RESISTOR VALUES
ARE IN OHMS AND ALL CAPACITOR VALUES ARE IN MICROFARADS
.
J1 9
J3
31
RS232_CTS
2. AN ASTERISK (*) FOLLOWING A SIGNAL NAME INDICATES AN
JUMPER NOTES
:
1. AN ASTERISK (*) INDICATES DEFAULT FACTORY SETTING
TP98
ASTRO CONTROL HEAD POWER BUTTON ENABLED
2. SWITCHES S101-2 AND S101-8 ARE UNUSED
SCHEMATIC NOTES:
10
R153
8
750
750
750
750
R199
R166
R200
R190
R194
750
750
R189
750
750
R198
R185
750
R193
R184
750
750
R192
750
750
R191
750
R177
R178
750
R176
GND
750
750
750
750
750
750
750
750
750
750
750
750
750
750
750
750
R197
R169
R174
R171
R168
R158
R157
R156
R202
R201
R173
R196
R172
R205
750
750
750
R167
R165
R195
R179
750
750
R183
750
750
750
R180
R182
750
R181
750
R170
22 MONITOR*
R159
J3
750
2 REMOTE_RX+
1 SPKR_HI
19 PTT*
750
J3
J4
J3
REMOTE_RX-
SPKR_LO
R164
4
2
R163
J3
J4
OUT
IN
SHDN
4
2
C119
4.7uF
C115
220pF
2.2V
4.8V
R104
1
OUT
2
SENSE
R105
18K
33K
C102
4.7uF
R100
68K
TP2
C105
.01uF
C109
.01uF
C106
.01uF
R103
43K
TO DISSAPATE MAXIMUM 10W
47 RESISTORS IN PARALLEL
SWB+
PROVIDES 16 OHM OUTPUT
TP52
R147
J5
1
PWR_LED_A
J5
3
TP24
PWR_LED_A
R148
9
J3
TP107
15 UNAVAILABLE
A+
R240
TP111
J5
2
J3
J3
J3
J3
J3
J3
J3
J3
J3
J3
J3
J3
J3
J3
J3
J3
J3
J3
50
30
33
32
42
45
10
18
25
17
20
39
36
38
13
11
14
7
J13
J13
J13
PWR_LED_K
10
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
R152
10
R239
6.8K
5V
R222
R225
R136
TP41
R224
120
TP120
9
100K
Q107
TP33
5
6
+
_
11
+
4
SWB+
R226
7
MC33074A
U105
10K
R227
10K
VR102
6.8V
TP50
R150
10
R228
1.2K
R229
120
10
_
+
+
4
5V
10K
SWB+
1K
R223
1.2K
TP62 TP123
R233
TP22
1K
5V
U105
MC33074A
8
11
TP48
CR103
2
R230
CR102
1K
VR103
6.8V
100K
TP49
1
J3
J3
J3
J3
J3
J2
J6
J3
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
41
J3
49
VSENSE1
TP125
J6
2
VSENSE2
V03
VI 3
VI 1
V01
9.6V
V02
RESET
BUS+
BUS+
BUSY
C159
VR100
15V
TP116
TP63
TP114
0.1uF
FILT_AUD
6
5
_
+
4
+
U107
MC3303
7
13
12
11
_
4
U105
+
+
14
11
MC33074A
9.6V
37
12
21
5
8
30
1
46
BUSBUSTX-
J6
J3
J3
3 ANA_GND
3 AUD_SHLD
28 ANA_GND
J3
J3
J3
J3
J3
23
40
44
47
48
470pF
VR112
15V
9
_
10
+
4
+
U107
MC3303
8
11
5V
TX+
TX_AUD
CTRL_HD_MIC
VU_AUD
TAPE_OUT
DIG_GND
BUS_SHLD
VSENSE1_SHLD
VSENSE2_SHLD
DIG_GND
TP117
TP109
470pF
C160
0.1uF
RESET
C156
C155
SWB+
BUSY
0.1uF
TP53
R154
1K
J3
TP131
C122
3
10
TP64
TP65
TP66
TP67
TP68
TP69
TP70
TP71
TP72
TP73
TP74
TP75
TP76
TP45
2
R231
2
3
6
7
23
24
25
27
29
31
32
33
34
43
R133
10K
TP42
R151
J2
J2
J2
J2
J2
J2
J2
J2
J2
J2
J2
J2
J2
J3
TP129
EMER
0.1uF
TP47
4.7K
TP132
TP147
TP148
TP137
TP138
TP139
TP140
TP141
TP142
TP136
AUX_RX_AUD
AUX_TX_AUD
FILT_AUD
C123
3
Q108
R232
51
C141
100uF
C142
100uF
TP46
1
CR105
1
3
2
2
6
8
12
14
16
25
32
39
42
U103
PWR_GND
14
TP124
TP112
R107
15K
TP152
TP12
820
TP30
UNUSED CONNECTOR PINS
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J1
J11 2 CHASSIS_GND
9.6V
13
12
_
+
4
+
U107
MC3303
14
C137
0.1uF
VCC
GND
7
10
R146
IN
TP7
3
C114
10uF
750
3
R204
TP144
TP54 TP55
4
5
6
7
1
9.6V
9.6V REGULATOR
U100
LT1129CQ
A+
TP8
R162
VR110
6.8V
SPKR_UNMUTE
750
VR109
6.8V
24
R161
VR108
6.8V
5V
U104
MC78M05
C148
470pF
VR105
5.6V
AUDIO REFERENCES
5V REGULATOR
SWB+
15V
J3
2
3. ALL VOLTAGE MEASUREMENTS TAKEN USING 1 KHZ AT 60% FSD
.
3
GND1
6
GND2
15V
15V
R203
15V
C150
470pF
750
C151
470pF
ACTIVE LOW SIGNAL.
VR113
750
C152
470pF
C153
470pF
TP149
R160
VR114
VR115
R175
VR116
11
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VR100
R148
J6
R152
R146
C151
C155
J11
49
1
J3
50
1
2
J4
J5
FRICTION LOCK
C152
C153
VR108
VR110
1
1
FRICTION LOCK
C156
R153
FRICTION LOCK
VR109
VR112
VR114
VR115
VR116
1
2
3
4
2
FRICTION LOCK
9
16
C148
VR113
C150
VR105
S101
8
1
R236
R239
R166
R170
R175
R201
R194
R198
R176
R200
R180
R160
R202
R203
R184
R177
R174
R181
R161
R156
R204
R185
R178
R238
R237
R165
R183
R163
R158
R172
R190
R192
C143
R195
R167
R164
R199
R173
R168
R193
7
U107
8
C138
R144
5
U100
1
R145
R141
R139
C126
C121
R212
R132
R211
JU101
C111
R129
R118
C110
R113
R121
R215
R127
C117
C102
C118
R124
R110
R125
C107
R117
R210
R112
C113
B
A
C157
R123
C116
R120
VR103
J2
R134
C104
C120
R228
R232
R229
R233
R114
Q107
R222
R224
R226
R223
C124
8
C119
7
14
Q106
C115
C160
1
R220
R219
3
1
R216
R217
R221
2 U104
R122
C123
R227
33 34
R213
R116
R150
J1
R119
C108
C139
C103
C128
U106
J15
C
1
R140
VR102
R230
1
3
R187
C127
CR105
C105
1
J13
FRICTION LOCK
R214
R135
14
CR103
R186
Q102
1
3
4 Q103
7
Q108
C109
R188
R240
4 Q104
R138
VR104
R107
C106
3
R137
C144
R105
C141
Q101
R104
R196
C146
R171
CR102
R154
R151
C147
R159
C149
R197
2
6
14
1
R179
1
R103
C140
8
C122
R128
R143
R136
R191
R130
R189
R225
R205
R218
R157
U105
R162
R131
2
R133
R182
1
R231
C142
R169
C125
R100
2
C159
3
1
C137
R147
R126
U103
R142
R111
R149
CR104
VR101
R106
1
C114
3
49 50
C101
4
14 1
VR107
R241
5
C154
6
R102
8
7
C158
U101
C100
R101
7
U102
8
C145
T100
14 1
R108
C135
C112
J14
A
B
R109
R115
8484502T05
C
C136
REV H
MAEPF-27903-O
TRN7391C Audio Interface Board
70
6881086C22-B
TRN7391C Audio Interface Board Parts List
Ref. Des.
Part Number
Ref. Des.
Part Number
Description
Ref. Des.
Part Number
Description
Ref. Des.
Part Number
Description
Description
C136
2311049A08
CAP,1uF
J4
2884324M07
CONN_P
R117
0611077B30
RES,200K
0984728L01
Socket, Yellow Conn.
C137
2113741B69
CAP,0.1uF
J5
2884324M08
CONN_P
R118
0611077G81
RES,84.5K
0984728L01
Socket, Yellow Conn.
C138
2113740B65
CAP,470pF
J6
2884324M09
CONN_P
R119
0611079B23
RES,100K
C100
2380090M15
CAP,0.33uF
C139
2113741B69
CAP,0.1uF
J11
2880004T02
CONN_P
R120
0611077B30
RES,200K
C101
2311049A15
CAP,4.7uF
C140
2113740B65
CAP,470pF
J13
2884324M08
CONN_P
R121
0611077A90
RES,4.7K
C102
2311049A14
CAP,4.7uF
C141
2380090M25
CAP,100uF
J14
2880001R03
CONN_P
R122
0611077B30
RES,200K
C103
2113740B39
CAP,39pF
C142
2380090M25
CAP,100uF
J15
2880001R03
CONN_P
R123
0611077A68
RES,560
C104
2113740B57
CAP,220pF
C143
2113740B65
CAP,470pF
JU101
0611077A01
RES, 0
R124
0611077B30
RES,200K
C105
2113741B45
CAP,.01uF
C144
2113740B65
CAP,470pF
Q101
4813824A10
MMBT3904
R125
0611077B30
RES,200K
C106
2113741B45
CAP,.01uF
C145
2113740B65
CAP,470pF
Q102
4813824A10
MMBT3904
R126
0611077B15
RES,47K
C107
2113741B49
CAP,.015uF
C146
2113740B65
CAP,470pF
Q103
4813822A07
MJD340
R127
0611077A74
RES,1K
C108
2113741B49
CAP,.015uF
C147
2113741B69
CAP,0.1uF
Q104
4813822A07
MJD340
R128
0611077B15
RES,47K
C109
2113741B45
CAP,.01uF
C148
2113740B65
CAP,470pF
Q106
4813824A18
MMBT4403
R129
0611077B15
RES,47K
C110
2113740B73
CAP,1000pF
C149
2113740B65
CAP,470pF
Q107
4813824A11
MMBT2222A
R130
0611077A74
RES,1K
C111
2113740B61
CAP,330pF
C150
2113740B65
CAP,470pF
Q108
4813824A18
MMBT4403
R131
0611077A98
RES,10K
C112
2311049A08
CAP,1uF
C151
2113740B65
CAP,470pF
R100
0611077B19
RES,68K
R132
0611077B15
RES,47K
C113
2113740B33
CAP,22pF
C152
2113740B65
CAP,470pF
R101
0611077A98
RES,10K
R133
0611077A98
RES,10K
C114
2311049A45
CAP,10uF
C153
2113740B65
CAP,470pF
R102
0611077B05
RES,18K
R134
0611077A90
RES,4.7K
C115
2113740B57
CAP,220pF
C154
2113740B65
CAP,470pF
R103
0611077B14
RES,43K
R135
0611077A90
RES,4.7K
C116
2113741B49
CAP,.015uF
C155
2113740B65
CAP,470pF
R104
0611077B11
RES,33K
R136
0611077A74
RES,1K
C117
2113741B49
CAP,.015uF
C156
2113740B65
CAP,470pF
R105
0611077B05
RES,18K
R137
0611072A22
RES,75
C118
2113741B49
CAP,.015uF
C157
2311049A08
CAP,1uF
R106
0611077B23
RES,100K
R138
0611072A22
RES,75
C119
2311049A15
CAP,4.7uF
C158
2113741B69
CAP,0.1uF
R107
0611077B03
RES,15K
R139
0611077A76
RES,1.2K
C120
2113740B39
CAP,39pF
C159
2113741B69
CAP,0.1uF
R108
0611077B23
RES,100K
R140
0611077A98
RES,10K
C121
2113740B39
CAP,39pF
C160
2113741B69
CAP,0.1uF
R109
0611077B23
RES,100K
R141
0611077A80
RES,1.8K
C122
2113741B69
CAP,0.1uF
CR102
4813833C04
BAV70
R110
0611077B15
RES,47K
R142
0611077A98
RES,10K
C123
2113741B69
CAP,0.1uF
CR103
4813833C03
BAW56
R111
1813905A14
RES,200K
R143
0611077B14
RES,43K
C124
2311049A08
CAP,1uF
CR104
4813833C10
MMBD6050
R112
0611077B23
RES,100K
R144
0611077A98
RES,10K
C125
2380090M25
CAP,100uF
CR105
4813833C10
MMBD6050
R113
0611077G81
RES,84.5K
R145
0611077B15
RES,47K
C126
2311049A45
CAP,10uF
J1
2882505T15
CONN_P
R114
0611077A98
RES,10K
R146
0611077A26
RES,10
C127
2113741B69
CAP,0.1uF
J2
2882505T04
CONN_P
R115
0611077B28
RES,160K
R147
0611072A47
RES,820
C128
2113741B69
CAP,0.1uF
J3
2882505T15
CONN_P
R116
0611077A98
RES,10K
R148
0611077A26
RES,10
C135
2311049A08
CAP,1uF
6881086C22-B
71
Ref. Des.
Part Number
Description
Ref. Des.
Part Number
Description
Ref. Des.
Part Number
Description
Ref. Des.
Part Number
Description
R149
0611077A26
RES,10
R182
0611072A46
RES,750
R218
0611077B23
RES,100K
VR100
4813830A28
MMBZ5245B
R150
0611077A26
RES,10
R183
0611072A46
RES,750
R219
0611077A98
RES,10K
VR101
4813830A18
MMBZ5235B
R151
0611077A26
RES,10
R184
0611072A46
RES,750
R220
0611077A98
RES,10K
VR102
4813830A18
MMBZ5235B
R152
0611077A26
RES,10
R185
0611072A46
RES,750
R221
0611077A74
RES,1K
VR103
4813830A18
MMBZ5235B
R153
0611077A26
RES,10
R186
0611077A98
RES,10K
R222
0611077A74
RES,1K
VR104
4813830A23
MMBZ5240B
R154
0611077A74
RES,1K
R187
0611077B15
RES,47K
R223
0611077A76
RES,1.2K
VR105
4813830A15
MMBZ5232B
R156
0611072A46
RES,750
R188
0611077A26
RES,10
R224
0611077A52
RES,120
VR107
4813830A15
MMBZ5232B
R157
0611072A46
RES,750
R189
0611072A46
RES,750
R225
0611077B23
RES,100K
VR108
4813830A18
MMBZ5235B
R158
0611072A46
RES,750
R190
0611072A46
RES,750
R226
0611077A98
RES,10K
VR109
4813830A18
MMBZ5235B
R159
0611072A46
RES,750
R191
0611072A46
RES,750
R227
0611077A98
RES,10K
VR110
4813830A18
MMBZ5235B
R160
0611072A46
RES,750
R192
0611072A46
RES,750
R228
0611077A76
RES,1.2K
VR112
4813830A28
MMBZ5245B
R161
0611072A46
RES,750
R193
0611072A46
RES,750
R229
0611077A52
RES,120
VR113
4813832C28
MMBZ15
R162
0611072A46
RES,750
R194
0611072A46
RES,750
R230
0611077A74
RES,1K
VR114
4813832C28
MMBZ15
R163
0611072A46
RES,750
R195
0611072A46
RES,750
R231
0611077B23
RES,100K
VR115
4813832C28
MMBZ15
R164
0611072A46
RES,750
R196
0611072A46
RES,750
R232
0611077A90
RES,4.7K
VR116
4813832C28
MMBZ15
R165
0611072A46
RES,750
R197
0611072A46
RES,750
R233
0611077A98
RES,10K
R166
0611072A46
RES,750
R198
0611072A46
RES,750
R236
0611077A98
RES,10K
R167
0611072A46
RES,750
R199
0611072A46
RES,750
R237
0611077A80
RES,1.8K
R168
0611072A46
RES,750
R200
0611072A46
RES,750
R238
0611077A01
RES,0
R169
0611072A46
RES,750
R201
0611072A46
RES,750
R239
0611077A94
RES,6.8K
R170
0611072A46
RES,750
R202
0611072A46
RES,750
R240
0680194M18
RES,51
R171
0611072A46
RES,750
R203
0611072A46
RES,750
R241
0611077A98
RES,10K
R172
0611072A46
RES,750
R204
0611072A46
RES,750
S101
4083706T01
SWITCH
R173
0611072A46
RES,750
R205
0611072A46
RES,750
T100
2584422T01
XFMR
R174
0611072A46
RES,750
R210
0611077B23
RES,100K
U100
5105109Z13
LT1129CQ
R175
0611072A46
RES,750
R211
0611077A26
RES,10
U101
5113819A04
MC3303
R176
0611072A46
RES,750
R212
0611077A68
RES,560
U102
5113819A04
MC3303
R177
0611072A46
RES,750
R213
0611077A74
RES,1K
U103
5113805A01
MC74HC00A
R178
0611072A46
RES,750
R214
0611077B05
RES,18K
U104
5113816A07
MC78M05
R179
0611072A46
RES,750
R215
0611077B23
RES,100K
U105
5113819A05
MC33074A
R180
0611072A46
RES,750
R216
0611077A76
RES,1.2K
U106
5113806A20
MC14053B
R181
0611072A46
RES,750
R217
0611077A52
RES,120
U107
5113819A04
MC3303
72
6881086C22-B
FRONT SIDE
D103
U121
C304
7
U113
7
8
U107
C100
11
20
C105
R107 R106
14
R180
R176
R610
U101
FRICTION L0CK
FRICTION L0CK
R145
R171
R137
R189
R146
VR125
B
R190
33
34
A
P102
C137
49
4
50
3
5
3
4
2
VR113
J14
6
7
9
8
10
2
SH3
VR115
VR114
C139
U106
8
R170
R179 C147
R577
C146
C112
R128
R127
C545
R575 R121
R101
R173
7
R570
R578
C566
R172
Q118 C
R178
C535
J2
Q117
R186
7
A
C138 C565
B
U103
R183
C166
Q102
R184
R185
8
J1
C161
C113
C167
C117 R126
14
R134
R188
C561
C114
R156
R168
8
R175
17
R576
R574
P101
R174
C152
C110
14
R104 R573
C
U118
C564
8
R129
9
2
VR128
VR112
C552
R102
8
C118
R116
R125
U117
R506
C107
U102
5
16
2
C159
R181
1
C160
C555
R115
U105
C111 R169
10
7
6
5
4
C563
R177
9
16
18
7
C101
C151
C309
U125
C136
C158 R154
28
C133
40
11
R571
R114 R110
R108
29
U100
C556
16
R572
C168
VR129
C140
C132
R117
4
39
C308
C324
Y301
1
C153
10
Q113
C512
R530
R533
C538
TP2
R514
Q111
C551
R531
C542
C313
3
C325
R109
2
6
4
8
U122
C301
U124
1
Y101
3
C323
14
9
C150
8
14
2
1
C102
C307
20
R166
R301
C121
7
C303
C302
C322
8
C554
U130
C560
14
C328
1
L101
C129
U116
VR130
C169
R103 C164
R112 R111
U126
C310
R122
C130
C305
7
C651
R124
C553
C327
R123 JU100
C559
C157
C122
U132
C123
C120 C119
C149
U129
Q101
8
14
26
C109
C606
16
17
C312
27
10
C143
C134
C125
C156
L300
L301
9
8
C562
18
17
2
R135
C104
8
32
8
7
R607
C320 R155
C315
R510
14
U131
7
U123
J6
4
C171
C170 VR131
C605
C316
R187
R523
R606
29
28
39
40
R167
U127
SH2
C155
6
R323
1
VR502
44
R525
D1005 D1013 D1012
R509
R511
4
R532
1
J5
3
G
S
R526
R522
R518
C141
R120
9
1
Q114
43
C311
C314
SH1
R566
C548
R537
60
61
R322
16
8
VR101
C508
C148
D
4
3
R567
R165
16
C319
C128
2
Q116
R162
R163
R164
9
5
VR501
R564 R565
R157
Q307
R548
R321
Q306
C326
6
C529
S100
Q115
4
1
C522
R504
C520
C550
C514
D1017
C513
R521
C510
D1018
R563 R558
VR110
C135
R502
R503
2
R160
R158
T100
R118
9
U114
3
R609
R141
C501
C504
R539
R560
C523 R579
C543
R562
R542
R561
R544
8
14
R557
U112
7
R535
C142
R148
TP1
R550
R568
16
R569
C541
3
4
R527 C515
R159
3
C505
R161
R559
20
R138
VR127
Q110
U110
R513
TP4
C546
3
R520
R113
11
8
C124
R517 R519 R507
8
5
D1007
R556
7
VR108 VR107
C536
C521 R540
R603
R602
14
7
1
C601 R529
C544 C540
C549
7
C604
T1610
8
C532
E1
C507
6
D1008
R604
R119
J13
R505
C509
C547
U133
R501
14
C154
TP5
2
8
C525
2
1
U115
8
10
3
E2
J4
14
JU101
7
R515
C530
R554
C539
C557
C531
C533
R552
HY2
C127
HY1
C126
R549 R546 C528 C534 R553
C537 R555
3
VR123
C607
FRICTION LOCK
C506
C603
R601
2
R551
R547
C527
3
R545
C517
C558
R534
3
1
R512
8
7
C163
4
C526
U111
R541
C602
R543 C524
C518
R536
VR106
VR121
C519
14
R538
C162
C516
R508
TP3 R105
3
VR120 VR119
C503
8
R615
FRICTION L0CK
J8
VR122
R516
C511
S101
VR126
C502
2
2
C145
J11
2
C165
R139
9
R140
R182
R528 R524
16
C608
J3
50
C615
49
VR104 VR100
FRICTION L0CK
VR105
VR103
R147
8405595Y04 REV E
C131
C108
C106
MAEPF-27900-O
PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Component Location Diagram (viewed from side 1)
6881086C22-B
73
A+
SWB+
A+
A+
IGN
IGN
SWB+
SWB+
SWB+
SWB+
J11- 1
J2-11
J1-30
J2-15
1
A+
J3- 9
J3-34
J6- 4
S101-1
16
A+
A+
J1-43
J1-18
J3-35
J2-12
J2-14
J3-16 +5V
+9.6 V
A+
A+
+6.5 V
U100
5
1
IN
OUT
4
2
SHDN
SENSE
VR100
20V
SWB+
LT1129C Q
3
GND1
6
GND2
+5 V SWB+
R106
68K
R116
R125
R127
10K
2.2K
3.3K
C105
.01uF
C104
4.7uF
VB
+5.8V
C109
.01uF
C107
.01uF
R128
15 K
C112
.01uF
5
+
6
_
4
+
8
+9.6 V
R129
7
U102-2
+2.2 V
+3.6 V
8.2K
LM2904
R134
10 K
C114
.01uF
R137
15 K
MT1
2
1
MT3
E1
MT2
3
45L04
R107
43K
A+
LINE1LINE1+
R182
LINE1LINE1+
J3- 6
J3- 1
MT3
2
MT1
LINE2LINE2+
MT2
C118
0.1uF
+5V_CONT
J8- 1
51
E2
1
C146
470pF
R135
180
+5 V
J8- 3
3
C163
100uF
C162
100uF
45L04
VR101
5.1V
J8- 2
C161
4.7uF
R187
10K
LINE2-
J3-21
J3- 5
LINE2+
1
J3- 7
J1-36
SPKR LO J1-22
SPKR HI J1-24
DET_AUD
FILT_AUD
FILT AUD
PTT*
PTT*
2
3
4
J1- 1
J1-26
R178
+5 V
5
10K
+5 V
R179
10 K
MC74HC00A
R126
10K
3
9
HUB
CHAN ACT*
AUX RX AUD
AUX TX AUD
DET AUD
V03
VI 3
VI 1
V01
V02
RESET
BUSY
BUS+
BUSBUSBUS+
BUSY
RESET
V02
V01
DET AUD
AUX TX AUD
AUX RX AUD
J2-28
J1-20
U103-3
10
1
2
8
6
J1-13
J1-15
J1-17
7
8
9
J2-17
J2-18
10
11
J2-20
J2-21
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
J2-22
J2-16
J2-13
J2- 9
R142
R139
R138
J2-10
J1-27
J1-34
J1-45
VB
RESET
BUSY
BUS+
BUS1
6
J1-37
J1-33
J1-31
S101-6
+9.6 V 4
+
R607
_
560
2
C602
100pF
11
DET_AUD
J1-42
J1-40
J1-38
U110- 1
R603
100K
R601
AUX_RX_AUD
R141
22
22
22
22
+9.6 V
3
+
11
R615
EMER
U103-1
MC74HC00A
C603
20K
0.22uF
1K
C606
10uF
R604
680
R602
R606
CONTROL HEAD
MICROPHONE BIAS
19
100K
J3-50
J1-50
EMER
C604
1.8K
C601
C605
20
21
22
TX_AUDI O
MIC HI/MOD CTRL
J1-23
4.7uF
JU101
TAPE_OUT
J3-46
R101
10K
MIC LO
MIC LO
DIG GND
BUS SHLD
DIG GND
DIG GND
DIG GND
FLT AUD SHD
ANA GND
ANA GND
J1-46
J2-26
J1-35
J1-41
J1-10
J2- 5
J2- 8
J1-28
J1-44
J1-19
0
R173
R105
10K
3
A
100K
P101-1
P101-2
B
S101-3
14
C
P101-3
R172
1uF
47K
1uF
R609
VR110
5.6V
18K
C607
R176
5
_
4
+
7
R174
R175
U106- 2
+
11
1K
1K
4
14
2
3
_
+U106- 4
+
11
_
4
+
1
U101-1
+
11
VU AUDIO BUFFER
13
12
.1uF
+9.6 V
100K
VB
100K
C608
R610
.1uF
+9.6 V
6
VB
.015uF
MIC_AUDI O
+9.6 V
_
C136
100pF
C133
MC3303
VB
R177
C131
MOB_RX
24K
MAEPF-27894-O
1uF
PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 1 of 6)
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R190
10
+5V
+5 V
+5V
R183
+9.6 V
14
VCC
R186
47K
A
Q117
P102-1
10K
R185
C166
470pF
Q118
B
P102-2
J3-2 4 SPKR_UNMUT E
C167
470pF
R184
47K
C
P102-3
VR127
5.6V
+9.6 V
9
U116-3
10K
R189
4.7K
5
13
12
3
C165
470pF
4
_
U101-4
+
4
+
14
C145
470pF
C615
0.1uF
11
RESISTOR VALUES ARE IN OHMS AND ALL
INDICATES AN ACTIVE LOW SIGNAL.
+9.6 V
U103-2
MC74HC00A
R14 6
PWR LED A
J5-3
PWR LED A
J5-2
PWR LED K
1
J3- 4
J4- 2
J3- 2
2
3
4
J4- 1
J3-19
J3-22
470
R145
5
SPKR LO
SPKR LO
SPKR HI
4
6
5
6
5
10
PTT*
MONITOR*
R147
J3-15
UNAVAILABLE
J3-30
J3-33
J3-32
AUX RX AUD
_
4
+
+
11
MC3303
3
_
U117-1
+
+
2
6 Q*
12
LM2901
5
Q
U118- 2
5
MC14504
DET AUD
U118- 3
7
10
11
J3-10
J3-18
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
J3-25
J3-17
J3-20
J3-39
J3-36
J3-38
VR104
5.6V
VR103
5.6V
VR123
5.6V
VR105
5.6V
VR106
5.6V
VR125
15V
19
VI 1
MC14504
V01
U118- 5
V02
MC74HC74A
13
12
MC14504
6
U122- 3
MC74HC14A
10
BUS+
BUS-
J3-14
J3- 8
J2-30
RESET
AUD TX
J6- 1
VU AUD
J3-31
J6- 3
PS_AUD_OUT
BUSBUS+
BUSY
CH MIC/MOD CTRL
ANA GND
AUD SHLD
1
R113
10K
U121-1
MC74HC00A
3
11
J2-1
J3-26
J1-6
J2-2
J3-27
J1-8
J2-3
J3-29
J1-11
J2-4
J3-41
J1-12
J1-14
J1-16
J2-6
J2-7
J2-19
J6-2
J2-23
J1-21
J1-25
J1-29
J13- 1
J2-24
J13- 2
J2-29
J13- 3
J1-32
J2-31
J13- 5
J1-39
J2-32
J13- 7
J1-47
J2-33
J1-48
J2-34
J14- 6
J1-49
12
2
J1-2
12
U122-6
MC74HC14A
+5 V
BUSY
J3-37
J3-12
J3-13
J3-11
J3- 3
J3-28
11
RESET
UNUSED CONNECTOR PINS
5
U118- 4
9
3
6
MC14504
V03
VI 3
4
CLK
1
AUX TX AUD
D 2
U129- 1
470
7
8
9
8
U101-3
4
4
5
6
7
11
+9.6 V
9
SPKR HI
VR126
5.6V
VR122
5.6V
+
11
13
+9.6 V
VR121
5.6V
4
+
MC3303
U103-4
MC74HC00A
12
_
U101-2
SET
J5-1
820
C113
470pF
1. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, ALL
2. AN ASTERISK (*) FOLLOWING A SIGNAL NAME
RESET
10 K
SCHEMATIC NOTES:
CAPACITOR VALUES ARE IN MICROFARADS.
MC3303
SWB+
Q102
C147
470pF
7
MC14053B
R188
RX_MUTE_1
C117
0.1uF
U103-5
GND
U130- 4
J14- 7
J14- 9
13
4
6
9
5
8
U130- 3
10
U121- 2
MC74HC00A
LEGEND
JUMPER IN
UNUSED PARTS
ANA GND
20
21
22
JUMPER OUT
J1-4
J2-2 5
RESET/PTT*
RS232_RXD
RS232_RTS J1-7
J3-42
J3-43
J3-45
RS232_RTS
J3-40 BUS SHLD
J3-44 VSENSE1 SHLD
J3-47 VSENSE2 SHLD
RS232_CTS J1-9
J3-49
RS232_CTS
J3-48 DIG GND
RESET/PTT*
COAX CONNECTOR
J3-23 DIG GND
RS232_RXD J1-3
RS232_TXD
J1-5
VR12 8
C168
470pF
VR129
C169
470pF
15 V
VR130
C170
470pF
15V
DIGITAL GROUND
VR131
C171
470pF
15V
RS232_TXD
ANALOG GROUND
J11- 2 CHASSIS GND
15 V
CHASSIS GROUND
MAEPF-27895-O
PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 2 of 6)
6881086C22-B
75
1
2
+5V_CONT
A+
C142
0.1uF
470pF
R169
10K
4.32K
C148
43
WDT_T_CAP WDT_TICKLE
25
VI P
OSC_OUT
22
VIP*
EXT_OSC_IN
35
VIP1
VIP_IN_1
9
BUSY_IN
10 RESET
RESET1
BUSY
16
IGN*
BUS_NEG
17
VIP_IN_2
BUS_POS
7
VIP_IN_3
RESET_FILTR
44
WDT_IN_T_CAP HUB_INV
28
PT T
IGN
32
RX_DATA
HUB_PO
L
14
NC
BUSY_OUT
8
TX_DATA
NC1
U131
40
PTT1
NC2 SC74487F
27
NC3
RES_HUB
26
NC4
NC7
33
NC5
NC8
15
NC6
NC9
1
GND
5
GND1
34
GND2
RESET
BUSY
BUSBUS+
R168
2
42
0.1uF
11
R181
10K
+
4
+9.6V
R180
8
U106-3
TRUNKING_TONES
1MEG
+9.6V
VB
15K
2
_
3
+
R171
100 K
8
U102-1
+
+5V
+5V
C159
1
R154
10K
R155
10K
4.7u F
4
LM2904
+5V
C307
30
38
20
13
3
R301
6.8K
470pF
4
D103
19
37
+5V_CONT
C304
.01uF
31
12
18
23
35
PA 7
36
37 PA 6
PA 5
38
PA 4
39
PA 3
40
41 PA 2
PA 1
42
PA 0
17
RESET*
18
XIRQ*
19
IRQ*
28
PD0
29
U123-1
PD1
30
PD2
31
PD3
32
PD4
33
PD5
59
PE0
61
PE1
63
PE2
65
PE3
60
PE4
62
PE5
64
PE6
66
PE7
23
PG4/CSIO2*
20
22 PG7/CSPROG*
PG5/CSIO1*
WL_MUTE
RX_MUTE
DECODE_TONES
MOSI-MISO
+5V
R160
47K
R158
C139
470pF
47K
9
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
5
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
6
7
8
9
13
14
15
4
E
5
RW
6
EXTAL
7
XTAL
2
MODB
3
MODA
67
VRL 68
VRH
C143
470pF
Y101
74W03
Q101
1
4
IN1
IN2
L101
R120
4.7K
+5V
47K
8
47K
12
11
10
51
PF7
52
PF6
53
PF5
54
PF4 55
PF3
56
PF2
57
PF1 58
PF0
9
PC0
10
PC1
11
PC2 12
PC3
13
PC4
14
PC5
15
PC6
16
PC7
50
PB 0
49
PB 1 48
PB 2
47
PB 3
46
PB 4
45
PB 5
44
PB 6
43
PB 7
R164
5
6
7
RADIO_SEL
R162
S100-1
16
15
14
13
47K
VR114
5.6V
1
2
3
4
47K
C152
470pF
47K
C151
470pF
SCK
47K
C138
470pF
VR113
5.6V
C137
470pF
_
R170
29
21
36
C135
470pF
VR112
5.6V
+
9
C110
.01uF
C150
470pF
41
24
11
4
10
C111
.039uF
DATA(7:0)
C132
ADDRESS(15:0)
6
POS5V
3
POS5_REG
39
APOS
C141
470pF
22uH
2
OUT1
3
OUT2
JU100
R123
0
10K
+5V
+5V
R124
47K
R117
10 K
7.9488MHz
10
R122
R156
R165
+5V
SWB+
J14- 4
SWB+
1
3
C119
1u F
VI N
GND
HS1 6
C120
470pF
3
+5V
U132
P0
4
P1
5
P2
6
P3
5
RESET*
2
VOUT
4
DELAY
7
HS2
C121
4700pF
C122
47u F
C123
47uF
R323
RCO
U127
2.7K
C311
0.1uF
8
Q*
15
14
Q0
13
Q1
12
Q2
11
Q3
D
U129-2
9
FILTER_CLOCK
R322
+5V
Q
CLK
11
MC74HC74A
Q306
SH 2
SH 3
SHIELD
15K
MC74HC163A
14
15
12
R321
4.7K
1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
0 21 22 23 24 25 26
4
2
CLK
7
EN_P
10
EN_T
1
RESET
9
LOAD
C326
470pF
1
2
3
+5V
SET
C319
220pF
R157
82K
10
47K
RESET
J14- 1
+5V
Q307
C140
470pF
VR115
15V
16
J14- 5
R163
13
SRIB MOD CTRL
13
J14- 8
11
12
SRIB TX
VCC
J14-10
SRIB RX
GND
J14- 2
C130
15pF
SRIB BUSY
8
J14- 3
R161
R159
1MEG
C129
15pF
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6881086C22-B
+5V
1
2
+5V
C312
5.1pF
C301
5.1pF
Y301
74W0 4
OUT1
3
OUT2
C128
+5V
C310
17
19
3.6864MH z
20
C1_POS
18
C1_NEG
+5V
470pF
10uF
C325
470pF
R118
10 K
C309
0.1u F
16
DO1
15
DI1
14
DO2
13
DI2
12
DO3
11
DI3
VCC
8
3
4
7
U125
0 1
6
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
11
14
15
2 3
U122-5
7
8
9
24
10
21
IO0 22
IO1
23
IO2
25
IO3 26
IO4
27
IO5
28
IO6
29
IO7
C2_NEG
470pF
J13 8 GND
1
3
J13 4 ACIM TX D
J13 6 ACIM RXD
10uF
VR107
15V
5
RX1
6
TX1
7
RX2
U133-1 TX2 8
9
RX3
10
TX3
VR119
15V
VR108
15V
VR120
15V
C126
0
1
2
10uF
3
4
5
6
+5V
A+
+9.6 V
+9.6 V
+5V
+5V
+5V
7
C305
0.1uF
C324
470pF
20
3
4
5
6
20
19 A0 U126
A1
18
A2
17
16 A3
A4
15
A5
14
A6
13
3 A7
A8
2
A9
31
A10
1
A11
12
A12
4
A13
5
11 A14
A15
10
A16
0
1
2
3
GND
0
1
2
C149
0.1uF
C127
C2_POS
VCC
3
IP 3 43
IP 4
42
IP 5
41
IP 6 14
OP1
15
SN_PTT
30
OP4
16
OP5 29
OP6
39
CSI01
2
RS 1
4
RS 2
6
RS 3
7
RS 4
9
WE*
10
OE*
38
RESET
17
OP7
13
TXDB
32
OP0
11
RXDB
IP2
31
OP2
24
28 IRQ*
D0
18
D1
27
D2
19
26 D3
D4
20
D5
25
D6
21
D7
C153
470pF
C156
470pF
C155
470pF
C154
470pF
C158
470pF
C157
470pF
11
EN_LE
1
EN_OE
6
NC1
9
NC2
2
D0
3
D1
4
D2
5
D3
6
D4
7
8 D5
D6
9
D7
0
1
2
3
4
AT29C010A
19
Q0
18
Q1
17
Q2
16
Q3
15
Q4
14
Q5 13
Q6
12
Q7
LPTT
GT_FT*
AGC_RESET*
AGC_INHIBIT*
TONE_DETECT
MOSI-MISO
10
5
6
7
U124
GND
X1CLK
40
5
30
32 EN_CE
EN_OE
7
EN_WE
37
X2
22
GND
34
NC
1
NC1
12
NC2
23
NC3
44
VCC
35
RXDA
33
TXDA
8
IP0
5
IN
36
C134
0.1uF
VDD
IN1
IN2
VCC
4
C124
10uF
10u F
C308
2
VSS
4
GND
2
1
C125
+5V
MC74HCT573A
+5V
+5V
R166
10K
R167
10K
1
3
U122- 2
4
U130-1
11
9
10
U121-3
8
5
6
U130-2
4
1
3
VH0_RH0 3
VL0_RL0 2
VW0_RW0 1
SCK
U122- 1
2
2
C108
1000pF
U121-4
13
C106
VH1_RH1 8
7
14
SCL VL1_RL1
6
9
SDA VW1_RW1
100pF
+5V
12
8
11
12
U122-4
C101
1000pF
C100
100pF
R119
10K
13
9
14
15
4
A0
16
A1
5 A2
15 A3
VH2_RH2 11
VL2_RL2 12
VW2_RW2 13
VH3_RH3 17
VL3_RL3 18
VW3_RW3 19
10
+5V
EEPOT_IN
EEPOT_OUT
VSS
+5V
+5 V
+5 V
C102
10uF
VCC
MC74HC00A
MC74HC02A
U107
X9241M
20
VSUP
10
+5 V
L300
6.8uH
14
34
4
1
2
3
SH 1
SHIELD
C313
1000pF
L301
6.8uH
C315
47pF
POWER
U123-2
1
C320
470pF
C316
0.1uF
VCC
U121-5
GND
7
C322
470pF
C302
0.1uF
14
VCC
U122-7
GND
7
14
VCC
C323
470p F
C303
0.1uF
U129-3
GND
7
C327
470pF
C314
0.1u F
14
VCC
U130-5
GND
7
C328
470pF
C651
0.1u F
MAEPF-27897-O
PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 4 of 6)
6881086C22-B
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Q110
R505
D
S
1.0MEG
U113-1
3
AGC_INHIBIT*
R512
2
12K
MC14504
5
4
6
3
U115-2
1
C538
9
8
U115-3
+9.6V
+9.6V
+5.8V
HEF4066
3
_
+
+
12
+9.6V
TONE_DETECT
5
8
U113-2
4
R503
1
U115-1
C503
47uF
R509
3.9K
R506
HEF4066
Q113
D1013
9
U113-4
5459
R518
100
3
R511
1
U117-2
D1005
Q111
+9.6V
R525
100K
+9.6V
820
12
C548
470pF
R523
1K
VB
5.6K
R502
10
MC14504
D1007
9
1.0MEG
S101- 8
8
3
C511
R516
47K
C506
4.7uF
C529
0.1uF
R514
LM2901
AGC_RESET*
2
12K
D1018
R529
200K
12
6
7
R539
0.22uF
14
+9.6V
330K
C520
R526
100K
LM2901
13
2
+
+
1.2K
D1008
_
+6.5V VB
R501
.056uF
3
9 U117-3
10K
MC14504
D1017
+9.6V
LM2901
+3.6V
82K
D1012
10
C512
R522
470pF
13
11 U117-4
U115-4
+9.6V
R510
3.9K
C551
10
12
11
0.1uF
+
U112-1
_
R535
R537
270
10K
+9.6V
C514
39pF
7
1
+
4
2
0.1uF
11
S101- 7
10
R508
R515
R527
20K
12K
3.3K
C515
R534
3
R507
200K
7
+9.6V
C501
3
LINE2+
4
4.7uF
C504
.022uF
5
1
LINE2-
R579
680
C505
R504
0.1uF
200K
13
_
4
+
12 U110-4
1%
VB
+
C509
6.8pF
VB
1%
U110-2
4
14
+
11
+
47K
0.22uF
5
_
6
+9.6V
R532
75
R513
R517
R521
C513
20K
100K
200K
1%
1%
0.1uF
MC3303
C557
470pF
C525
0.1uF
4
8
_
+U110-3
+
11
9
10
LINE1-
1
LINE1+
6
C507
R520
C510
200K
0.1uF
5
4
12
13
S101-4
VR502
56V
4
4.7uF
+2.2V
5
R531
4.7K
C517
39pF
R530
75
C516
39pF
+9.6V
C508
.022uF
100uF
3
+
1%
Q115
5
C502
+
U111-2
6
R519
100K
S101-5
A+
_
11
1%
T100
0.1uF
4
7
+9.6V
T1610
470pF
C526
+9.6V
Q114
MJD340
VB
11
6
C558
R524
1.8K
R528
1.2K
4
1
56V
VR501
_
U111-1
11
MJD340
+
+
2
3
4
R533
4.7K
MAEPF-27898-O
PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 5 of 6)
78
6881086C22-B
+9.6V
+5 V
+5 V
U113-5
11
GT_FT*
A+
MC14504
C559
0.1uF
8
27K
3
BP_A
TP1
+
U112-4
+
13
1
2
GNDX
TRC DECODER FILTER & LIMITER
15
14
MC14053 B
C539
100pF
12
R562
C540
.018uF
+9.6V
9
10
R561
R557
R549
12K
12K
12
N_A
INV_A
B_N_A
CLK
6
5
R553
6
8
11
5
_
+
+
C546
27K
R563
R564
3.3K
180K
4
14
_
12
33K
43K
2
3
_
+
0.1uF
4
+
_
13
+
1
R102
100K
10
MC14504
R578
R571
11
2
R103
12
DET_AUD
0
11
U116-1
C535
4.7uF
VB
1
15
100K
13K
13
R572
6.2K
C160
4.7uF
C164
1uF
14
AUX_RX_AUD
C521
330pF
12
4
U106-1
VB
+
15
U116-2
R577
VB
R575
0
11
U111- 4
U118-6
14
RADIO_SEL
470pF
R576
2
MC14504
100K
+U105-4
+
11
3
RX_MUTE
0.1uF
13
U118-1
0.1uF
C565
EEPOT_OUT
R574
14
RX_MUTE_1
EEPOT_IN
+9.6V
R573
C536
0.1uF
C550
470pF
VSS
7
R566
4.7K
C547
0.1uF
100K
C519
10K
11
0
FILTER_CLOCK
47K
Q116
C566
+9.6V
3
7
U112-2
U115-5
PWR_GND
R565
R570
R569
50K
R536
4
MC3303
22uF
TP4
GND2
17
C528
1000p F
270pF
VCC1
HY2-2
R558
3.9K
16
R546
+
C542
15
13
VBIAS
+9.6V
+
U112-3
180K
5.6K
C534
VDD
4
MC3303
+9.6V
+9.6V
_
14
DECODE_TONES
+9.6V
R560
11
VB
+9.6V
R567
10K
TP2
33K
470K
R544
10K
+5V
270pF
12K
MC3303
C522
1uF
BP_B
R554
4
13
WL_MUTE
VB
R541
R543
84.5K
84.5K
C524
1000pF
+9.6V
8
11
4
R545
200K
+
10
_
9
U111-3
+
RX LEVEL CONTROL
R148
15
FILT_AUD
VB
11
VB
12
20K
C531
C530
R568
470K
0.1uF
0.33uF
VCC
R555
C544
13
14
TRUNKING_TONES
R108
1000p F
R551
1MEG
VB
+9.6V
C537
U114-2
C527
39pF
+9.6V
R104
100K
MOB_RX
100K
MC14504
R547
TP3
U113-6
14
2
27K
3
1uF
VB2
N_B
+9.6V
VB1
HY2-1
INV_B
18
R556
4
R559
8
12K
B_N_B
12K
GND
GND1
8
+9.6V
100K
TP5
1
12
VB
_
C562
0.1uF
C556
470pF
8
_
+U105-3
+
11
9
10
VB
C541
1000pF
14
13
1
+9.6V
U118-7
2
HY1
C533
1000p F
7
POWER
7
MC14053 B
270K
6
C561
0.1uF
C543
GND
R542
INV_A
CLK
47K
10
VCC
R552
18
R550
4
VBIAS
3
11
180K
100pF
2
+9.6V
VB
5
13
16
C555
470pF
10
U114-1
INV_B
R548
9
1
C545
0.1uF
C552
470pF
POWER
U116-4
8
17
U114-3
C523
16
C560
0.1uF
C554
470pF
U113-7
6
MC1450 4
1
16
POWER
4
LPTT
1
C553
470pF
U113-3
7
+9.6V
12
R540
4.7K
R115
AUDIO SHAPING FILTER
R110
100K
C563
10uF
MIC_AUDI O
C564
470pF
100K
+9.6V
+2.2V
R121
TX_AUDIO
R538
470K
100K
C518
4
1
+
_
U105-1
11
+
2
3
VB
R114
R112
R111
100K
0
100K
6
5
_
4
+
U105-2
+
11
7
R109
+9.6V
12K
VB
16
4
U114-4
6
7
C532
0.1uF
C549
470pF
POWER
0.1uF
8
MAEPF-27899-O
PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board Schematic Diagram (Sheet 6 of 6)
6881086C22-B
79
PLN1360C Tone Remote Control Board
Electrical Parts List
Ref. Des.
Part Number
Ref. Des.
Part Number
C132
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
2311049A08
CAP TANT CHIP 1 10 35 A/P
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
Description
-
2605255S01
HT SINK
C133
-
2605455Z04
SHLD 3 X 3.5 COVER
C134
C100
2113740F51
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 100
C101
2113741A21
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 1000
C102
2311049A19
CAP TANT CHIP 10 10 25 A/P
C104
2311049A14
CAP TANT CHIP 4.7 1020 A/P
C105
2113741A45
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
10000
C106
2113740F51
C107
2113741A45
Description
C135
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C136
2311049A08
CAP TANT CHIP 1 10 35 A/P
C137
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C138
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C139
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 100
C140
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
10000
C141
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C142
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
Ref. Des.
Part Number
C170
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C171
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C301
2113740A20
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 5.1
C302
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C303
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C304
2113741A45
Description
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
10000
Ref. Des.
Part Number
Description
C504
2113741A53
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
22000
C505
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C506
2380090M22
CAP ALU 4.7 20 50V SURF MT
C507
2380090M25
CAP ALU 100UF 25V
C508
2113741A53
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
22000
C509
2113740A24
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 6.8
C305
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C510
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C307
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C511
2113741B69
C308
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C512
2113741B63
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
56000
C513
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C514
2113740A43
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 39
C515
2311049A03
CAP TANT CHIP A/P .22 10 35
C108
2113741A21
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 1000
C143
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C109
2113741A45
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
10000
C145
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C146
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C310
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C110
2113741F49
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
10000
C147
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C311
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C111
2113743K05
CER CHIP CAP .039UF
C148
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C312
2113740A20
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 5.1
C516
2113740A43
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 39
C112
2113741A45
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
10000
C149
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C313
2113740A79
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30
1000
C517
2113740A43
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 39
C113
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C150
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C518
2113741B69
C314
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C114
2113741A45
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
10000
C151
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C519
2113741B69
C152
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C315
2113740A46
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 47
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C153
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C316
2113741B69
C520
2311049A03
CAP TANT CHIP A/P .22 10 35
C154
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C521
2113740A67
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 330
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C319
2113740A63
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 220
C522
2113743G21
CER CHIP CAP 1.0 UF
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C320
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C523
2113740A55
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 100
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C322
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C524
2113740A79
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30
1000
C525
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C526
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C527
2113740A43
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 39
C528
2113740A79
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30
1000
C529
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C530
2311049A04
CAP TANT CHIP A/P .33 10 35
C531
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C117
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C118
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C119
2311049A08
CAP TANT CHIP 1 10 35 A/P
C120
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C121
2113741A37
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 4700
C122
2311049A23
CAP TANT CHIP 47 10 10
C123
2311049A23
CAP TANT CHIP 47 10 10
C124
2311049A19
CAP TANT CHIP 10 10 25 A/P
C125
2311049A19
CAP TANT CHIP 10 10 25 A/P
C126
2311049A19
CAP TANT CHIP 10 10 25 A/P
C127
2311049A19
CAP TANT CHIP 10 10 25 A/P
C128
2311049A19
CAP TANT CHIP 10 10 25 A/P
C129
2113740A33
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 15
C130
2113740A33
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 15
C131
2311049A08
CAP TANT CHIP 1 10 35 A/P
80
C155
C156
C157
2113741A13
2113741A13
2113741A13
C309
2113741B69
C158
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C323
C159
2311049A14
CAP TANT CHIP 4.7 1020 A/P
C324
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C160
2311049A14
CAP TANT CHIP 4.7 1020 A/P
C325
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C161
2311049A14
CAP TANT CHIP 4.7 1020 A/P
C326
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C162
2380090M25
CAP ALU 100UF 25V
C327
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
CAP ALU 100UF 25V
C328
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C501
2382174V01
CAP LYTIC 4.7UF 200V 20% N/
PLR
C502
2382174V01
CAP LYTIC 4.7UF 200V 20% N/
PLR
C503
2380090M07
CAP ALU 47 20 16.0V SURF
MT
C163
2380090M25
C164
2311049A07
CAP TANT CHIP 1 10 16 A/P
C165
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C166
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C167
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C168
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C169
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
6881086C22-B
Ref. Des.
Part Number
C532
2113741B69
C533
2113740A79
Description
Ref. Des.
Part Number
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C562
2113741B69
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30
1000
C563
C534
2113740A65
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 270
C535
2311049A14
CAP TANT CHIP 4.7 1020 A/P
C536
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C537
2113740A79
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30
1000
C538
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
Description
Ref. Des.
Part Number
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
J11
2880004T02
HDR .156 FLK SNPB SR ST 2
POS
2311049A19
CAP TANT CHIP 10 10 25 A/P
J13
0960113B01
JACK MOD. 8 PIN MT
C564
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
J14
2880068M01
HEADER MIC
C565
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
J2
2882505T04
PLUG HEADER 34 CKT
C566
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
J3
2882505T15
CONN HEADER 50 PIN
J4
2884324M07
PLUG HDR 2.54MM GLD ST
SR 2POS
J5
2884324M08
PLUG HDR 2.54MM GLD ST
SR 3POS
C601
2113740A55
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 100
C602
2113740A55
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 100
C603
2311049A03
CAP TANT CHIP A/P .22 10 35
C604
2311049A14
CAP TANT CHIP 4.7 1020 A/P
C539
2113740A55
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 100
C605
2113741A49
C540
2113741A51
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
18000
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
15000
C606
2311049A19
CAP TANT CHIP 10 10 25 A/P
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30
1000
C607
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C608
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C615
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C541
2113740A79
C542
2311049A21
CAP TANT CHIP 22 10 20 A/P
C543
2113740A65
CAP CHIP REEL CL1 +/-30 270
C544
2311049A07
CAP TANT CHIP 1 10 16 A/P
C545
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
C651
C546
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
D1005
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
D1007
C547
2113741B69
C548
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C549
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C550
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C551
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C552
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C553
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C554
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C555
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C556
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C557
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C558
2113741A13
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 470
C559
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
D1008
D1012
4813833C10
4813833C10
4813833C10
4813833C10
Description
Part Number
Description
R103
0662057A97
CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5%
R104
0662057A97
CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5%
R105
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
R106
0660076A93
RES CHIP 68K 5 1/8
R107
0660076A88
RES CHIP 43K 5 1/8
R108
0662057A97
CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5%
R109
0662057A75
CHIP RES 12K OHMS 5%
R110
0662057A97
CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5%
R111
0662057A97
CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5%
J6
2884324M09
PLUG HDR 2.54MM GLD ST
SR 4POS
R112
0662057B47
CHIP RES 0 OHMS +-.050
OHMS
J8
2884324M08
PLUG HDR 2.54MM GLD ST
SR 3POS
R113
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
R114
0662057A97
CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5%
JU100
0662057B47
CHIP RES 0 OHMS +-.050
OHMS
R115
0662057A97
CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5%
JU101
0662057B47
CHIP RES 0 OHMS +-.050
OHMS
R116
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
R117
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
L101
2480289M16
COIL IF 22UH 1611 CS 223
R118
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
L300
2411087B36
COIL CHIP 6.8 UH 5 A/I
R119
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
L301
2411087B36
COIL CHIP 6.8 UH 5 A/I
R120
0660076A65
RES CHIP 4700 5 1/8
P101
2880001R03
R121
0662057A97
CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5%
DIODE GEN PUR 70V
MMBD6050
CON PCB HDR .1 GLD SR ST 3
POS
R122
0660079V49
P102
2880001R03
RES CHIP 1.M OHM 5 1/8W
200PPM
DIODE GEN PUR 70V
MMBD6050
CON PCB HDR .1 GLD SR ST 3
POS
R123
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
Q101
4813824A10
TSTR NPN 40V .2A GEN PURP
R124
0662057A89
CHIP RES 47K OHMS 5%
Q102
4813824A10
TSTR NPN 40V .2A GEN PURP
R125
0660076A57
RES CHIP 2200 5 1/8
Q110
4813823A08
XSTR P-CH FET SW
MMBFJ175LT1
R126
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
Q111
4813824A18
XSTR PNP 40V .6A SW B=100
R127
0660076A61
RES CHIP 3300 5 1/8
R128
0660076A77
RES CHIP 15K 5 1/8
R129
0660076A71
RES CHIP 8200 5 1/8
DIODE GEN PUR 70V
MMBD6050
DIODE GEN PUR 70V
MMBD6050
D1013
4813833C10
DIODE GEN PUR 70V
MMBD6050
Q113
4884581T01
FET GENPUR N-CH _5459_ 6D
SOT
D1017
4813833C10
DIODE GEN PUR 70V
MMBD6050
Q114
4813822A07
TSTR NPN 300V .5A
MJD340T4
R134
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
R135
0611072A31
RES CHIP 180 5 1/4
D1018
4813833C10
DIODE GEN PUR 70V
MMBD6050
Q115
4813822A07
TSTR NPN 300V .5A
MJD340T4
R137
0660076A77
RES CHIP 15K 5 1/8
D103
4813825A05
DIODE 30V HOT CARRIER
MMBD301L
R138
0660076A09
RES CHIP 22 5 1/8
Q116
4813824A10
TSTR NPN 40V .2A GEN PURP
R139
0660076A09
RES CHIP 22 5 1/8
Q117
4813824A10
TSTR NPN 40V .2A GEN PURP
R140
0660076A09
RES CHIP 22 5 1/8
Q118
4813824A10
TSTR NPN 40V .2A GEN PURP
R141
0660076A09
RES CHIP 22 5 1/8
Q306
4813824A10
TSTR NPN 40V .2A GEN PURP
R145
0660076A41
RES CHIP 470 5 1/8
Q307
4813824A10
TSTR NPN 40V .2A GEN PURP
R146
0611072A47
RES CHIP 820 5 1/4
R147
0660076A41
RES CHIP 470 5 1/8
E1
E2
8083545L04
8083545L04
TFN6061A
SPKGAP 3P-4L1
SPKGAP 3P-4L1
C560
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
HY1
C561
2113741B69
CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL
100000
HY2
TFN6056A
HYBRID FLTR NOTCH 2175
R101
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
J1
2882505T15
CONN HEADER 50 PIN
R102
0662057A97
CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5%
6881086C22-B
Ref. Des.
HYBRID FLTR BANDPASS
2175
81
Ref. Des.
Part Number
R148
0662057A97
R154
Description
Ref. Des.
Part Number
CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5%
R321
0662057A65
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
R322
R155
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
R156
0662057A89
R157
R158
Description
Ref. Des.
Part Number
CHIP RES 4700 OHMS 5%
R530
0611072A22
0660076A77
RES CHIP 15K 5 1/8
R531
R323
0660076A59
RES CHIP 2700 5 1/8
CHIP RES 47K OHMS 5%
R501
0660076A51
0660076A95
RES CHIP 82K 5 1/8
R502
0662057A89
CHIP RES 47K OHMS 5%
Description
Ref. Des.
Part Number
Description
RES CHIP 75 5 1/4
R567
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
0660076A65
RES CHIP 4700 5 1/8
R568
0660076B17
RES CHIP 470K 5 1/8
R532
0611072A22
RES CHIP 75 5 1/4
R569
1885848F01
RES CHIP 1200 5 1/8
R533
0660076A65
RES CHIP 4700 5 1/8
POT 50KOHM 20% SURF MT
TOP ADJ
0660079V49
RES CHIP 1.M OHM 5 1/8W
200PPM
R534
0662057A89
CHIP RES 47K OHMS 5%
R570
0662057B47
CHIP RES 0 OHMS +-.050
OHMS
R535
0660076A35
RES CHIP 270 5 1/8
R503
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
R571
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
R536
0662057A89
CHIP RES 47K OHMS 5%
R504
0660079L33
RES CHIP 200. KOHM 11/8
200PPM
R572
0662057A68
CHIP RES 6200 OHMS 5%
R537
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
R573
0662057A97
CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5%
R538
0660076B17
RES CHIP 470K 5 1/8
R574
0662057A97
CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5%
R539
0662057A75
CHIP RES 12K OHMS 5%
R575
0662057B47
CHIP RES 0 OHMS +-.050
OHMS
R159
0662057A89
CHIP RES 47K OHMS 5%
R160
0662057A89
CHIP RES 47K OHMS 5%
R161
0662057A89
CHIP RES 47K OHMS 5%
R162
0662057A89
CHIP RES 47K OHMS 5%
R163
0662057A89
CHIP RES 47K OHMS 5%
R506
0660076B13
RES CHIP 330K 5 1/8
R540
0660076A65
RES CHIP 4700 5 1/8
R164
0662057A89
CHIP RES 47K OHMS 5%
R507
0660079L33
R541
0611077G81
RES CHIP 84.5K 1 1/8W
R576
0662057A85
CHIP RES 33K OHMS 5%
R165
0662057A89
CHIP RES 47K OHMS 5%
RES CHIP 200. KOHM 11/8
200PPM
R542
0660076B11
RES CHIP 270K 5 1/8
R577
0662057A88
CHIP RES 43K OHMS 5%
R166
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
R508
0660076A80
RES CHIP 20K 5 1/8
R543
0611077G81
RES CHIP 84.5K 1 1/8W
R578
0662057B47
R167
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
R509
0660076A63
RES CHIP 3900 5 1/8
R544
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
CHIP RES 0 OHMS +-.050
OHMS
R168
0660076E73
RES CHIP FILM 10K 1 1/8
R510
0660076A63
RES CHIP 3900 5 1/8
R545
1813905A14
R579
0662057A45
CHIP RES 680 OHMS 5%
R169
0662057R46
RES CHIP 4320 .1W 1%
R511
0660076A47
RES CHIP 820 5 1/8
POT 200K 20% SURF MT TOP
ADJ
R601
0662057A97
CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5%
R170
0660076E77
RES CHIP FILM 15K 1 1/8
R512
0662057A75
CHIP RES 12K OHMS 5%
R546
0662057A75
CHIP RES 12K OHMS 5%
R602
0660076A80
RES CHIP 20K 5 1/8
R171
0662057A97
CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5%
R513
0660076A80
RES CHIP 20K 5 1/8
R547
0660076A80
RES CHIP 20K 5 1/8
R603
0662057A97
CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5%
R172
0662057A89
CHIP RES 47K OHMS 5%
R514
0660076A67
RES CHIP 5600 5 1/8
R548
0660076B07
RES CHIP 180K 5 1/8
R604
0660076A45
RES CHIP 680 5 1/8
R173
0662057A97
CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5%
R515
0662057A75
CHIP RES 12K OHMS 5%
R549
0662057A75
CHIP RES 12K OHMS 5%
R606
0660076A49
RES CHIP 1000 5 1/8
R174
0662057A49
CHIP RES 1000 OHMS 5%
R516
0662057A89
CHIP RES 47K OHMS 5%
R550
0662057A89
CHIP RES 47K OHMS 5%
R607
0660076A43
RES CHIP 560 5 1/8
R175
0662057A49
CHIP RES 1000 OHMS 5%
R517
0660078L01
RES CHIP 100 KOHM 1 1/8
100PPM
R551
0660079V49
RES CHIP 1.M OHM 5 1/8W
200PPM
R609
0660076A79
RES CHIP 18K 5 1/8
R176
0662057A97
CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5%
R610
0662057A97
CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5%
R518
0660076A25
RES CHIP 100 5 1/8
R552
0660076A83
RES CHIP 27K 5 1/8
R177
0662057A82
CHIP RES 24K OHMS 5%
R615
0660076A55
RES CHIP 1800 5 1/8
R519
0660078L01
R553
0660076A83
RES CHIP 27K 5 1/8
R178
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
RES CHIP 100 KOHM 1 1/8
100PPM
S100
4083706T01
R554
0660076B17
RES CHIP 470K 5 1/8
SWITCH DIP SURFACE
MOUNT
R179
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
R555
0660076A83
RES CHIP 27K 5 1/8
S101
4083706T01
R180
0662057B22
CHIP RES 1.0 MEG OHMS 5%
R556
0662057A75
CHIP RES 12K OHMS 5%
SWITCH DIP SURFACE
MOUNT
R181
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
R557
0660076A67
RES CHIP 5600 5 1/8
SH1
2605425Z01
SHIELD
R182
0680194M18
RES 51 OHMS 5% 1W
R183
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
R184
0662057A89
CHIP RES 47K OHMS 5%
R185
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
R186
0662057A89
CHIP RES 47K OHMS 5%
R187
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
R188
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
R189
0662057A65
CHIP RES 4700 OHMS 5%
R190
0662057A01
CHIP RES 10 OHMS 5%
R301
0660076A69
RES CHIP 6800 5 1/8
82
R505
0660079V49
RES CHIP 1.M OHM 5 1/8W
200PPM
R520
0660079L33
RES CHIP 200. KOHM 11/8
200PPM
R521
0660079L33
RES CHIP 200. KOHM 11/8
200PPM
R522
0660076A95
RES CHIP 82K 5 1/8
R558
0660076A63
RES CHIP 3900 5 1/8
SH2
2605455Z03
SHLD 3 X 3.5
R523
0660076A49
RES CHIP 1000 5 1/8
R559
0662057A75
CHIP RES 12K OHMS 5%
SH3
2605887Z01
SHLD BD
R524
0660076A55
RES CHIP 1800 5 1/8
R560
0662057A75
CHIP RES 12K OHMS 5%
SKT1
0984728L01
SKT CONN
R525
0662057A97
CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5%
R561
0660076B07
RES CHIP 180K 5 1/8
SKT2
0984728L01
SKT CONN
R526
0662057A97
CHIP RES 100K OHMS 5%
R562
0662057A85
CHIP RES 33K OHMS 5%
T100
2584422T01
XFMR LINE ISOLATION
TELEPHONE
R527
0660076A61
RES CHIP 3300 5 1/8
R563
0660076A61
RES CHIP 3300 5 1/8
T1610
2584422T01
R528
0660076A51
RES CHIP 1200 5 1/8
R564
0660076B07
RES CHIP 180K 5 1/8
XFMR LINE ISOLATION
TELEPHONE
R529
1813905A14
POT 200K 20% SURF MT TOP
ADJ
R565
0662057A73
CHIP RES 10K OHMS 5%
U100
5105109Z13
R566
0660076A65
RES CHIP 4700 5 1/8
IC MICRO PWR LOW DROPUT
REGLTR
6881086C22-B
Ref. Des.
Part Number
U101
5113819A04
U102
Ref. Des.
Part Number
Ref. Des.
Part Number
IC QD OP AMP GEN PURP
MC3303D
U133
5113811A11
IC RS-232-C DVR/RCVR SNGL
SUP
VR129
4813832C28
ZENER BPLR 15V FOR ESD
SOT23
5113818A01
IC LOW COST SING SPLY
LM2904DR
VR100
4880140L25
DIODE SOT ZENER 20V
TAPE&REEL
VR130
4813832C28
ZENER BPLR 15V FOR ESD
SOT23
U103
5113805A01
IC QUAD 2INP NAND
74HC00AD
VR101
4880140L06
DIODE SOT ZENER 5.1V
TAPE&REEL
VR131
4813832C28
ZENER BPLR 15V FOR ESD
SOT23
U105
5113819A04
IC QD OP AMP GEN PURP
MC3303D
VR103
4880140L07
DIODE SOT ZENER 5.6V
TAPE&REEL
VR501
4813832A46
DIODE 56V TRANS SUP
P6SMB
U106
5113819A04
IC QD OP AMP GEN PURP
MC3303D
VR104
4880140L07
DIODE SOT ZENER 5.6V
TAPE&REEL
VR502
4813832A46
DIODE 56V TRANS SUP
P6SMB
U107
5105109Z14
IC QUAD PROG POT
VR105
4880140L07
Y101
4805574W03
U110
5113819A04
IC QD OP AMP GEN PURP
MC3303D
DIODE SOT ZENER 5.6V
TAPE&REEL
XTAL PRL RESONANCE
7.9488MHZ
VR106
4880140L07
Y301
4805574W04
XTAL SURFACE MOUNT
IC QD OP AMP GEN PURP
MC3303D
DIODE SOT ZENER 5.6V
TAPE&REEL
VR107
4880140L20
IC QD OP AMP GEN PURP
MC3303D
DIODE SOT ZENER 15V
TAPE&REEL
VR108
4880140L20
IC CMOS 04M90 LEVEL
SHIFTER
DIODE SOT ZENER 15V
TAPE&REEL
VR110
4880140L07
DIODE SOT ZENER 5.6V
TAPE&REEL
VR112
4880140L07
DIODE SOT ZENER 5.6V
TAPE&REEL
VR113
4880140L07
DIODE SOT ZENER 5.6V
TAPE&REEL
VR114
4880140L07
DIODE SOT ZENER 5.6V
TAPE&REEL
VR115
4880140L20
DIODE SOT ZENER 15V
TAPE&REEL
VR119
4880140L20
DIODE SOT ZENER 15V
TAPE&REEL
VR120
4880140L20
DIODE SOT ZENER 15V
TAPE&REEL
U111
U112
U113
5113819A04
5113819A04
5184704M90
Description
Description
U114
5184704M60
IC CMOS 04M60 ANALOG
U115
5185956E80
IC CMOS 04M52 QUAD SW
U116
5184704M60
IC CMOS 04M60 ANALOG
U117
5113820A03
IC QUAD SING/DUAL SPLY
LM2901
U118
5184704M90
IC CMOS 04M90 LEVEL
SHIFTER
U121
5113805A01
IC QUAD 2INP NAND
74HC00AD
U122
5113805A09
IC INV HEX SCHMITT TRIG
HC14
U123
5113802A27
IC 68HC11 W.SCI SPI A/D
U124
5113805A91
IC LATCH-TRANSP.OCT 3-ST
N-INV
VR121
4880140L07
DIODE SOT ZENER 5.6V
TAPE&REEL
U125
5105625U57
DUART IC
VR122
4880140L07
U126
5105625U79
IC 128KX8 FLASH ROM
DIODE SOT ZENER 5.6V
TAPE&REEL
U127
5113805A41
IC CTR BINP SYNC RST
74HC163D
VR123
4880140L07
DIODE SOT ZENER 5.6V
TAPE&REEL
U129
5113805A18
IC DUAL D FF W/SET RST
74HC74
VR125
4880140L20
DIODE SOT ZENER 15V
TAPE&REEL
U130
5113805A02
IC QUAD 2INP NOR
74HC02AD
VR126
4880140L07
DIODE SOT ZENER 5.6V
TAPE&REEL
U131
5180057S04
“IC CUST SER I/O 13”” REEL”
VR127
4880140L07
DIODE SOT ZENER 5.6V
TAPE&REEL
U132
5185130C06
IC 5V REG W/RESET CS-81261T5
VR128
4813832C28
ZENER BPLR 15V FOR ESD
SOT23
6881086C22-B
Description
83
Notes
84
6881086C22-B
Appendix A - Cross Patch Configuration
General Description
The Cross Patch provides interoperability between two systems on different bands, analog or digital or trunking. An
interface cable can be built to allow the interconnection of two ASTRO Spectra/Spectra Plus Consolette stations to
form a repeater system. The information received by Consolette 1 will be retransmitted or repeated by Consolette 2.
Similarly, information received by Consolette 2 will be retransmitted on Consolette 1. The system is a first come, first
served system in that one station does not have priority over the other. Moreover, the Consolettes must be located
in different frequency bands to prevent RF interference from occurring from one Consolette to another.
Detailed Description
To enable Cross Patch operation between two Consolettes, build the cable shown in the Cross Patch Cable diagram
below and connect each dB-25 connector to Accessory Connector 2 of the two Consolettes. If you wish to have the
option of enabling/disabling Cross Patch operation, you must include an in-line switch (or switches) to open and
close the connection between SPKR_UNMUTE and PTT, along with the connection between RX+(LINE1+)† and
TX_AUD(AUD_TX)†. To disable the Cross Patch, the connection between SPKR_UNMUTE and PTT must be open.
This will prevent the Consolette that is receiving information from keying the Consolette it is connected to. In
addition, the connection between RX+(LINE1+)† and TX_AUD(AUD_TX)† must also be switched open to prevent
received audio from one Consolette unintentionally mixing into the connected Consolette's microphone audio.
The PTT for Consolette 2 is derived from the SPKR_UMUTE signal of Consolette 1 which is active when
Consolette 1 is receiving information. RX audio from Consolette 1 is routed to the TX Audio of Consolette 2.
Adjusting the potentiometer (R111 on AIB, R545 on TRC) on the RX Audio path of Consolette 1 will enable the user
to match the transmitter audio input sensitivity of Consolette 2. The behavior of the audio path from Consolette 2 to
Consolette 1 is identical to the Consolette 1 to Consolette 2 path just described.
NOTE: In this configuration, the SPKR_UNMUTE jumper (J15 on AIB, P102 on TRC) should be placed
for active low operation. (See Table 2 on page 9 for AIB and Table 6 on page 11 for TRC jumper
location.)
Cross Patch Cable
Consolette 2
Consolette 1
PTT*
10
10
PTT*
SPKR_UNMUTE
25
25
SPKR_UNMUTE
TX_AUD(AUD_TX)
17
17 TX_AUD(AUD_TX)
RX+(LINE+)
1
1
RX+(LINE+)
RX-(LINE-)
16
16
RX-(LINE-)
DIG_GND
12
12
DIG_GND
Notes:
6881086C22-B
* Denotes active low signal
† Denotes TRC signal name
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Appendix A - Cross Patch Configuration
Level Settings
Consolette 1 to Consolette 2 Path
1. Connect Consolette 1 to Consolette 2 via the cable described above.
2. Connect a signal generator or communications analyzer to Consolette 1.
3. Connect Consolette 2 to a modulation analyzer or communications analyzer. Set the analyzer up to measure
deviation level.
4. Apply a –47 dBm on channel RF signal modulated with a 1 kHz tone at 60% FSD into Consolette 1. Consolette
1 will now be receiving and Consolette 2 will be transmitting.
5. Adjust the RX Audio path potentiometer (R111 on AIB, R545 on TRC) on Consolette 1 until 60% FSD is
obtained on the Consolette 2 modulation analyzer or communications analyzer.
6. Turn off the –47 dBm RF signal.
Consolette 2 to Consolette 1 Path
1. Connect Consolette 2 to Consolette 1 via the cable described above.
2. Connect a signal generator or communications analyzer to Consolette 2.
3. Connect Consolette 1 to a modulation analyzer or communications analyzer. Set the analyzer up to measure
deviation level.
4. Apply a –47 dBm on channel RF signal modulated with a 1 kHz tone at 60% FSD into Consolette 2. Consolette
2 will now be receiving and Consolette 1 will be transmitting.
5. Adjust the RX Audio path potentiometer (R111 on AIB, R545 on TRC) on Consolette 2 until 60% FSD is
obtained on the Consolette 1 modulation analyzer or communications analyzer.
6. Turn off the –47 dBm RF signal.
Radio-Wide Changes Using CPS
The Cross Patch uses the SPKR_UNMUTE signal from Consolette 1 as a PTT signal to PTT Consolette 2.
Furthermore, the SPKR_UNMUTE signal is derived from voltage changes on the speaker leads. The speaker
voltage changes if voice audio is present or if alert tones are present. Therefore, all the Alert Tones should be
turned OFF using CPS. This will prevent unintended mobile PTTs. For example, if TX Clear Alert Tones are enabled,
when Consolette 1 receives a signal, it PTTs Consolette 2. This sends an alert tone to Consolette 2's speaker, which
then causes Consolette 1 to transmit, etc., causing cyclical keying and unkeying of both Consolettes.
To disable the Alert Tones, disable the following fields in ASTRO Spectra or ASTRO Spectra Plus CPS:
1. Radio Configuration Radio Wide → Alert Tones
-
Alert Tones
Disabled
-
Power Up Self Test Alert Tone
Disabled
2. Radio Configuration → Secure → Secure Configuration → Advanced
NOTE: These fields will be active only if the “Secure Hardware Equipped” field is enabled in the Radio
Configuration → Secure → Secure Configuration → General section.
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-
Tx Clear Alert Tones
Disabled
-
Periodic Keyfail Alert Tone
Disabled
6881086C22-B
Appendix A - Cross Patch Configuration
!
Caution
When using the Cross Patch, you may exceed the
duty cycle rating of the Consolette. If this condition
is expected, the customer may want to reduce the
RF power output of the Consolette.
Audio Degradation Issues
The Consolette Cross Patch Interface is a base band audio interface that can be used to interconnect the following:
•
Analog to Analog systems
•
Digital to Analog systems
•
Analog to Digital systems
•
Digital to Digital systems
Analog to analog patch systems should experience no audio degradation since there are no vocoders in the system.
The audio will not be degraded in the digital to analog or analog to digital patches since the voice audio is only
vocoded once. The digital to digital patches will experience degraded audio. The repeated voice will not be as
intelligible as the original digital audio. The voice audio that passes through the patch is vocoded twice, and therefore
isn’t quite as sharp as the original. The small artifacts of the first vocoding are amplified and added to by the second
vocoding. The net result is voice that isn’t as intelligible as the high quality first vocoding. The voice has some audio
aberrations, but mainly it’s harder to understand what is being said. The degree of intelligibility loss varies with the
type of vocoder. Field experience has shown that VSELP is affected more than IMBE, but both are degraded from
the original message.
6881086C22-B
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Appendix A - Cross Patch Configuration
Notes
88
6881086C22-B
Appendix B - Replacement Parts Ordering
Basic Ordering Information
When ordering replacement parts or equipment information, the complete identification number should be
included. This applies to all components, kits, and chassis. If the component part number is not known,
the order should include the number of the chassis or kit of which it is a part, and sufficient description of
the desired component to identify it.
Crystal orders should specify the crystal type number, crystal and carrier frequency, and the model
number in which the part is used.
Transceiver Board and VOCON Board Ordering Information
When ordering a replacement Transceiver Board or VOCON Board, refer to the applicable Model Chart in
the front of this manual, read the Transceiver Board or VOCON Board note, and include the proper
information with your order.
Motorola Online
Motorola Online users can access our online catalog at
https://www.motorola.com/businessonline
To register for online access, please call 800-814-0601 (for U.S. and Canada Service Centers only).
International customers can obtain assistance at https://businessonline.motorola.com.
Mail Orders
Send written orders to the following addresses:
Replacement Parts/
Test Equipment/Manuals/
Crystal Service Items
(United States and Canada):
Federal Government Orders:
International Orders:
Motorola Inc.
Radio Products and Services
Division*
Attention: Order Processing
1307 E. Algonquin Road
Schaumburg, IL 60196
U.S.A.
Motorola Inc.
U.S. Federal Government Markets
Division
Attention: Order Processing
7230 Parkway Drive
Landover, MD 21076
U.S.A.
Motorola Inc.
Radio Products and Services
Division*
(United States and Canada)
Attention: Order Processing
1307 E. Algonquin Road
Schaumburg, IL 60196
U.S.A.
* The Radio Products and Services Division (RPSD) was formerly known as the Customer Care and
Services Division (CCSD) and/or the Accessories and Aftermarket Division (AAD).
6881086C22-B
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Appendix B - Replacement Parts Ordering
Telephone Orders
Radio Products and Services Division*
(United States and Canada)
7:00 AM to 7:00 PM (Central Standard Time)
Monday through Friday (Chicago, U.S.A.)
1-800-422-4210
(International Orders)
1-847-538-8023
U.S. Federal Government Markets Division (USFGMD)
1-800-826-1913 Federal Government Parts - Credit Cards Only
8:30 AM to 5:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time)
Fax Orders
Radio Products and Services Division*
(United States and Canada)
1-800-622-6210
(International)
1-847-576-3023
USFGMD
(Federal Government Orders)
1-800-526-8641 (For Parts and Equipment Purchase Orders)
Parts Identification
Radio Products and Services Division*
(United States and Canada)
1-800-422-4210, menu 3
Product Customer Service
Customer Response Center
(Non-technical Issues)
1-800-247-2346
FAX:1-800-247-2347
* The Radio Products and Services Division (RPSD) was formerly known as the Customer Care and
Services Division (CCSD) and/or the Accessories and Aftermarket Division (AAD).
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Motorola, Inc.
8000 West Sunrise Boulevard
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33322
MOTOROLA, the Stylized M Logo, ASTRO and Spectra are
registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. All other
product or service names are the property of their respective owners.
© Motorola, Inc. 2002.
All rights reserved. Printed in U.S.A.
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Motorola, Inc.
8000 West Sunrise Boulevard
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33322
MOTOROLA, the Stylized M Logo, ASTRO and Spectra are
registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. All other
product or service names are the property of their respective owners.
© Motorola, Inc. 2003.
All rights reserved. Printed in U.S.A.
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