Motorola HT-1000 - SERVICE Service manual

HT 1000™, JT 1000®,
MT 2000™, MTS 2000™,
and MTX Series
Handie-Talkie® Portable Radios
Service Manual
HT 1000™, JT 1000®, MT 2000™,
MTS 2000™, and MTX Series
Handie-Talkie® Portable Radios
Service Manual
MOTOROLA, the Stylized M logo, Handie-Talkie, Private-Line, Digital Private-Line, FLASHport,
HearClear, HT 1000, JT 1000, MT 2000, MTS 2000, MTX 2000, MTX 838, MTX 8000, and MTX 9000 are
registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. All other product or service names are the property of
their respective owners.
© 2003, 2001, 1998 by Motorola, Inc.
Commercial, Government and Industrial Solutions Sector
8000 W. Sunrise Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33322
Printed in U.S.A. 7/03. All Rights Reserved.
6881200C75-B
Safety 1
Foreword
The information contained in this manual relates to all HT 1000™, JT1000®, MT 2000™, MTS 2000™, and MTX Series
Handie-Talkie® portable radios, unless otherwise specified. This manual provides sufficient information to enable qualified
service shop technicians to troubleshoot and repair the portable radio to the component level.
For details on the operation of the radio or level 1 or 2 maintenance procedures, refer to the applicable manuals, which are
available separately. A list of related publications is provided in the section, “Related Publications Available Separately” on
page vii.
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.
ATTENTION!
This radio is restricted to occupational use only to satisfy FCC RF energy exposure requirements.
Before using this product, read the RF energy awareness information and operating instructions in the
Product Safety and RF Exposure booklet enclosed with your radio (Motorola Publication part number
6881095C98) to ensure compliance with RF energy exposure limits.
For a list of Motorola-approved antennas, batteries, and other accessories, visit the following web site
which lists approved accessories: <http://www.motorola.com/cgiss/index.shtml>
Manual Revisions
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component layout diagrams. To obtain FMRs, contact the Radio Parts Services Division (refer to “Replacement Parts
Ordering” on page 115).
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assumed for inaccuracies. Furthermore, Motorola reserves the right to make changes to any products herein to improve
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Contents
List of Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vi
Related Publications Available Separately . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vii
Model Numbering System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . viii
Model Charts, Model Programming, Flashing, and Cloning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .vii
Model Charts General Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .vii
Programming, Flashing, and Cloning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .vii
MODEL CHART, Conventional Systems Radios (HT 1000 Models) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . viii
MODEL CHART, Conventional Systems Radios (JT 1000 and MT 2000 Models) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ix
MODEL CHART, Private Systems Radios (MTS 2000 Models) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .x
MODEL CHART, Shared Systems Radios (MTX 838, MTX 8000, MTX•LS, and
MTX 9000 Models) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xi
List of Antennas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xii
List of Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xii
Maintenance Specifications for VHF Radios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xiii
Maintenance Specifications for UHF Radios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xiii
Maintenance Specifications for 800MHz Radios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xiv
Maintenance Specifications for 900MHz Radios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xiv
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .xv
1 - Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
2 - Test Equipment, Service Aids, and Tools. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Recommended Test Equipment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Service Aids and Recommended Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Field Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
3 - Transceiver Performance Testing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
General. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Test Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
4 - Error-Code Displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Power-up Display Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Operational Display Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
5 - Radio Alignment Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
General. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Reference Oscillator Alignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
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Front-EndPre-Selector VHF/UHF only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Rated Audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Squelch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Transmitter Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Transmit Deviation Balance (Compensation) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Transmit Deviation Limit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Transmit Deviation Limit Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
VCO Crossover Frequency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Signalling Deviation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Alignment Procedure Conclusion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
6 - Disassembly and Reassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Disassembly to Board Level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Disassembly of Control Top. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Disassembly of Front Cover Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Reassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
7 - Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Preventive Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Safe Handling of CMOS Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Repair Procedures and Techniques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
8 - Exploded Views. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
Basic Radios and Basic Radios with Option Mate Optional Front Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Top-Display Radios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
Keypad Radios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
Uni-board Radios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55
9 - Component Location Diagrams, Parts Lists, and Schematic Diagrams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57
NUD7091B, NUD7092B, NUD/PMUD7095B, AND NUD7096B VHF (136-178MHz) TRANSCEIVER
BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
Electrical Parts List, VHF Transceivers NUD7091B, NUD7092B, NUD/PMUD7095B, NUD7096B. . .63
NUD7091B, NUD7092B, NUD/PMUD7095B, AND NUD7096B VHF (136-178MHz) TRANSCEIVER
BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 1 of 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
NUD7091B, NUD7092B, NUD/PMUD7095B, AND NUD7096B VHF (136-178 MHz) TRANSCEIVER
BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65
NUE7265B, NUE7266B, NUE/PMUE7272B, AND NUE7274B UHF (403-470MHz) TRANSCEIVER
BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66
Electrical Parts List, UHF Transceivers (403-470MHz) NUE7265B, NUE7266B, NUE/PMUE7272B,
NUE7274B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67
NUE7265B, NUE7266B, NUE/PMUE7272B, AND NUE7274B UHF (403-470MHz) TRANSCEIVER
BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 1 of 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68
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NUE7265B, NUE7266B, NUE/PMUE7272B, AND NUE7274B UHF (403-470MHz) TRANSCEIVER
BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69
NUE7267B, NUE7268B, NUE/PMUE7273B, AND NUE7275B UHF (450-520MHz) TRANSCEIVER
BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70
Electrical Parts List, UHF Transceivers (450–520MHz) NUE7267B, NUE7268B, NUE/PMUE7273B,
NUE7275B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71
NUE7267B, NUE7268B, NUE/PMUE7273B, AND NUE7275B UHF (450-520MHz) TRANSCEIVER
BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 1 of 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72
NUE7267B, NUE7268B, NUE/PMUE7273B, AND NUE7275B UHF (450-520MHz) TRANSCEIVER
BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .73
NUF6410B/C, NUF6498B/C, NUF6500B/C AND NUF6501C (800MHz) TRANSCEIVER
BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74
Electrical Parts List, Transceivers (800MHz) NUF6410B/C, NUF6498B/C, NUF6500B/C AND
NUF6501C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75
NUF6410B/C, NUF6498B/C, NUF6500B/C AND NUF6501C (800MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 1 of 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76
NUF6410B/C, NUF6498B/C, NUF6500B/C AND NUF6501C (800MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77
NUF/PMUF6500D, NUF/PMUF6533A AND NUF/PMUF6410D (800MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARD
PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78
Electrical Parts List, Transceiver (800MHz) NUF/PMUF6500D, NUF/PMUF6533A AND NUF/
PMUF6410D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79
NUF/PMUF6500D, NUF/PMUF6533A AND NUF/PMUF6410D (800MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 1 of 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80
NUF/PMUF6500D, NUF/PMUF6533A AND NUF/PMUF6410D (800MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81
NUF6499B/C AND NUF6502B/C (900MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND
COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82
Electrical Parts List, Transceivers (900MHz) NUF6499B/C AND NUF6502B/C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .83
NUF6499B/C AND NUF6502B/C (900MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
(Sheet 1 of 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84
NUF6499B/C AND NUF6502B/C (900MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
(Sheet 2 of 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85
NUF/PMUF6499D (900MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARD PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION
DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86
Electrical Parts List, Transceiver (900MHz) NUF/PMUF6499D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87
NUF/PMUF6499D (900MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 1 of 2) . . . .88
NUF/PMUF6499D (900MHz) TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2) . . . .89
NCN6145A/C, NCN6146A, NTN7089C, NCN6129C, NCN6138A, NCN6140A/B, NCN6141A,
NCN/PMCN6140C CONTROLLER BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION
DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90
Electrical Parts List, Controller: NCN6129C And NCN6138A (all HT 1000 Models)
NCN6140A/B (VHF HT 1000 Models) NCN6141A (UHF HT 1000 Models) NCN/PMCN6140C
(all HT 1000 Models) NCN6145A/C (800MHz HT 1000 Models) NTN7089C And NCN6146A
(JT 1000 Models) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91
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NCN6129C, NCN6138A, NCN6140A/B, NCN/PMCN6140C, NCN6141A, NCN6145A/C,
NCN6146A, NTN7089C AND PMCN6140C CONTROLLER BOARD ANALOG SECTION
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92
NCN6129C, NCN6138A, NCN6140A/B, NCN/PMCN6140C, NCN6141A, NCN6145A/C,
NCN6146A, NTN7089C CONTROLLER BOARD DIGITAL SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM. . . .93
NCN6129C, NCN6138A, NCN6140A/B, NCN/PMCN6140C, NCN6141A, NCN6145A/C,
NCN6146A, NTN7089C AND PMCN6140C CONTROLLER BOARD TOP-LEVEL SCHEMATIC . . .94
NCN6129C, NCN6138A, NCN6140A/B, NCN/PMCN6140C, NCN6141A, NCN6145A/C,
NCN6146A, NTN7089C CONTROLLER BOARD POWER SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . .95
NCN6147A/B, NCN6150A/B, NTN7091D, NTN7620E, PMCN6147B AND PMCN6150B
CONTROLLER BOARD’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . .96
Electrical Parts List, Controllers NCN6147A/B, NCN6150A/B, NTN7091D, NTN7620E,
PMCN6147B, PMCN6150B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .97
NCN6147A/B, NCN6150A/B, NTN7091D, NTN7620E, PMCN6147B AND PMCN6150B
CONTROLLER BOARD ANALOG SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .98
NCN6147A/B, NCN6150A/B, NTN7091D, NTN7620E, PMCN6147B AND PMCN6150B
CONTROLLER BOARD DIGITAL SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .99
NCN6147A/B, NCN6150A/B, NTN7091D, NTN7620E, PMCN6147B AND PMCN6150B
CONTROLLER BOARD TOP-LEVEL SCHEMATIC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100
NCN6147A/B, NCN6150A/B, NTN7091D, NTN7620E, PMCN6147B AND PMCN6150B
CONTROLLER BOARD POWER SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .101
NTN7512D/E, NTN7513E, NTN7857D/E AND NTN7858D/E CONTROLLER BOARDS’
PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102
Electrical Parts List, Controllers NTN7512D/E Front Display VHF, UHF and 800MHz Radios
NTN7513E Front Display 900MHz Hear Clear Radios NTN7857D/E Top/No Display VHF,
UHF and 800MHz Radios NTN7858D/E Top/No Display 900MHz Hear Clear Radios . . . . . . . . .103
NTN7512D/E, NTN7513E, NTN7857D/E AND NTN7858D/E CONTROLLER BOARD ANALOG
SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104
NTN7512D/E, NTN7513E, NTN7857D/E AND NTN7858D/E CONTROLLER BOARD DIGITAL
SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .105
NTN7512D/E, NTN7513E, NTN7857D/E AND NTN7858D/E CONTROLLER BOARD TOP-LEVEL
SCHEMATIC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106
NTN7512D/E, NTN7513E, NTN7857D/E AND NTN7858D/E CONTROLLER BOARD POWER
SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .107
NCN6106C, NCN/PMCN6153A/B, AND NCN/PMCN6176A CONTROLLER BOARDS’ PARTS
LIST AND COMPONENT LAYOUT DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .108
Electrical Parts List, Controllers NCN6106C, NCN/PMCN6153A/B, NCN/PMCN6176A. . . . . . . . .109
NCN6106C , NCN/PMCN6153A/B, NCN/PMCN6176A CONTROLLER BOARD ANALOG
SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110
NCN6106C, NCN/PMCN6153A/B AND NCN/PMCN6176A CONTROLLER BOARD DIGITAL
SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111
NCN6106C AND NCN/PMCN6153A/B AND NCN/PMCN6176A CONTROLLER BOARD TOP-LEVEL
SCHEMATIC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .112
NCN6106C, NCN/PMCN6153A/B AND NCN/PMCN6176A CONTROLLER BOARD POWER
SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .113
FRONT COVER DISPLAY FLEX AND CONTROLS FLEX SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . .114
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10 - Replacement Parts Ordering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .115
Motorola Online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .115
Mail Orders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .115
Telephone Orders. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .116
FAX Orders. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .116
Parts Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .116
Product Customer Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .116
11 - Appendix A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix A-1
12 - Appendix B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix B-1
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List of Tables
Table 1 - Recommended Test Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Table 2 - Service Aids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Table 3 - Recommended Service Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Table 4 - Equipment Initial Control Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Table 5 - Test Environments, HT 1000/JT 1000 Radios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Table 6 - Test Frequencies, HT 1000 / JT 1000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Table 7 - Test Environments, MT 2000, MTS 2000, and MTX Series Radios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Table 8 - Test Frequencies, MT 2000, MTS 2000, and MTX Series Radios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Table 9 - Receiver Performance Checks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Table 10 - Transmitter Performance Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Table 11 - Power-up Display Codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Table 12 - Operational Display Codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Table 13 - Reference Oscillator Alignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Table 14 - Standard Test Modulation (1 kHz Tone) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Table 15 - Transmit Power Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Table 16 - Transmit Deviation Limit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Table 17 - Transmit Deviation Limit Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Table 18 - Signalling Deviation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Appendix A Table 1 - MTS 2000 Single Key Secure Module I/O Definition . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix A-2
Appendix A Table 2 - Key Variable Loader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix A-4
Appendix A Table 3 - Secure Deviation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix A-7
Appendix A Table 4 - RSS Secure Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix A-10
Appendix B Table 1 - HT 1000 Models. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix B-1
Appendix B Table 2 - JT 1000 Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix B-3
Appendix B Table 3 - MT 2000 Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix B-4
Appendix B Table 4 - MTS 2000 Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix B-7
Appendix B Table 5 - MTX Series Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix B-13
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Related Publications
Available Separately
Service Manual (earliest version radios; first issue- 4/92) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81200C20
Service Manual (early version radios; first issue- 4/93) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81200C25
Service Manual (later version radios; first issue- 7/94) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81200C40
Service Manual (this publication; present version radios; first issue- 3/98) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81200C75
includes:
• all servicing information
• assembly / disassembly
• maintenance
Theory Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81200C15
includes:
• theory of operation
• troubleshooting information and troubleshooting charts
Operating Instructions
• HT 1000 A Model Portable Radios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81071C70
• HT 1000 B Model and later Portable Radios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81079C50
• JT 1000 Portable Radios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81078C45
• JT 1000 Portable Radios Front Panel Programming Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81081C30
• MT 2000 Portable Radios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81076C65
• MTS 2000 I Portable Radios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81072C15
• MTS 2000 II and III Portable Radios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81072C45
• MTX Series Model B3 Privacy Plus Portable Radios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81072C10
• MTX Series Model B4 Privacy Plus Portable Radios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81073C60
• MTX Series Model B5 and B7 Privacy Plus Portable Radios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81072C40
• MTX•LS Trunked Portable Radios. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81083C35
Mobile Vehicular Adapter (MTVA) Operating Instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81075C85
Mobile Vehicular Adapter (MTVA) Installation Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81075C90
Mobile Vehicular Adapter (MTVA) Service Manual. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81075C95
Option•Mate, HT 1000 Analog Voice Security; Installation/
Programming/Troubleshooting Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81084C35
Option•Mate, HT 1000 Analog Voice Security Operating Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81084C36
Option•Mate, HT 1000 Analog Voice Security Service Help Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68P81084C37
Refer to Chapter 10 for ordering information.
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Model Numbering System
Typical Model Number: H
Position: 1
0
2
1
3
K
4
D
5
H = Hand-Held Portable
P
8
W
9
1
10
B
11
N
12
S
13
P
14
0
15
1
16
Position 12 Unique Model Variations
C = Cenelec
N = Standard Package
Positions 2 & 3 - Model Series
336 to 410MHz
403 to 437MHz
438 to 482MHz
470 to 520MHz
Product Specific
806 to 870MHz
825 to 870MHz
896 to 941MHz
1.0 to 1.6GHz
1.5 to 2.0GHz
Values given represent range only; they are
not absolute.
Position 5 - Power Level
A = 0 to 0.7 Watts
B = 0.7 to 0.9 Watts
C = 1.0 to 3.9 Watts
D = 4.0 to 5.0 Watts
E = 5.1 to 6.0 Watts
F = 6.1 to 10 Watts
Position 6 - Physical Packages
A = RF Modem Operation
B = Receiver Only
C = Standard Control; No Display
D = Standard Control; With Top Display
E = Limited Keypad; No Display
F = Limited Keypad; With Front Display
G = Full Keypad; No Display
H = Full Keypad; With Front Display
J = Limited Controls; No Display
K = Limited Controls; Basic Display
L = Limited Controls; Limited Display
M = Rotary Controls; Standard Display
N = Enhanced Controls; Enhanced Display
P = Low Profile; No Display
Q = Low Profile; Basic Display
R = Low Profile; Basic Display, Full Keypad
Position 7 - Channel Spacing
1 = 5kHz
5 = 15kHz
2 = 6.25kHz 6 = 20/25kHz
3 = 10kHz
7 = 30kHz
4 = 12.5kHz 9 = Variable/Programmable
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9
7
Positions 13 - 16
“SP” Model Suffix
Position 1 - Type of Unit
Position 4 - Frequency Band
A = Less than 29.7MHz
P =
B = 29.7 to 35.99MHz
Q=
C = 36 to 41.99MHz
R=
D = 42 to 50MHz
S =
F = 66 to 80MHz
T =
G = 74 to 90MHz
U=
H = Product Specific
V =
J = 136 to 162MHz
W=
K = 146 to 178MHz
Y =
L = 174 to 210MHz
Z =
M = 190 to 235MHz
D
6
Position 11 - Version
Version Letter (Alpha) - Major Change
Position 10 - Feature Level
1 = Basic
6 = Standard Plus
2 = Limited Package 7 = Expanded Package
3 = Limited Plus
8 = Expanded Plus
4 = Intermediate
9 = Full Feature/
5 = Standard Package
Programmable
Position 9 - Primary System Type
A = Conventional
B = Privacy Plus®
C = Clear SMARTNET™
D = Advanced Conventional Stat-Alert™
E = Enhanced Privacy Plus®
F = Nauganet 888 Series
G = Japan Specialized Mobile Radio (JSMR)
H = Multi-Channel Access (MCA)
J = CoveragePLUS™
K = MPT1327* - Public
L = MPT1327* - Private
M = Radiocom
N = Tone Signalling
P = Binary Signalling
Q = Phonenet®
W = Programmable
X = Secure Conventional
Y = Secure SMARTNET™
* MPT = Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications
Position 8 - Primary Operation
A = Conventinal/Simplex
B = Conventional/Duplex
C = Trunked Twin Type
D = Dual Mode Trunked
E = Dual Mode Trunked/Duplex
F = Trunked Type I
G = Trunked Type II
H = FDMA* Digital Dual Mode
J = TDMA** Digital Dual Mode
K = Single Sideband
L = Global Positioning Satellite Capable
M = Amplitude Companded Sideband (ACSB)
P = Programmable
* FDMA = Frequency Division Multiple Access
** TDMA = Time Division Multiple Access
Model Charts
Model Programming,
Flashing, and Cloning
Model Charts
General Description
Four model charts cover the three families of radios discussed in
this publication:
Conventional Systems Radios, HT 1000
Conventional Systems Radios, JT 1000 and MT 2000
Private Systems Radios
Shared Systems Radios
Each model chart lists the model number and its description,
and the three main radio components: the transceiver board, the
controller board, and the front cover. A single model may be
built using alternate controller boards and alternate transceiver
boards. The model charts will list all alternate controllers and all
alternate transceivers for any one particular model. Other model
components are referenced in electrical parts lists and exploded
view parts lists located toward the rear of the manual.
To determine which controller and transceiver is in a radio, that
radio must be opened and physically examined. Identification
kit number labels are attached to the controller board and to the
transceiver board.
Programming,
Flashing, and
Cloning
All HT 1000, JT 1000, MT 2000, MTS 2000, and MTX Series
Radios covered in this manual are clonable. The JT 1000 Model
Radios are also front-panel programmable, and the MTS 2000
Series Radios are “flashable.” The following cloning information
applies only to HT 1000 Model Radios.
HT 1000 Model Radios:
VHF DN models cannot be cloned to AN, BN, or CN models.
Any DN model can be cloned from like CN or DN models.
Prior to cloning any AN or BN model into a like CN or DN
model, a code plug fix must be performed on the AN or BN
model. Failure to do so could seriously degrade the scan and
battery-saver capabilities of the CN or DN model radio. For
code plug-fix information, order Service Repair Notice,
SRN-1218.
Note: Cloning any AN model into a like CN or DN model will
remove the TEST MODE capability.
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MODEL CHART
Conventional Systems Radios
(HT 1000 Models)
MODEL NUMBER
H01KDC9AA1DN
H01KDC9AA3DN
H01RDC9AA1DN
H01RDC9AA3DN
H01SDC9AA1DN
H01SDC9AA3DN
H01UCC6AA3DN
DESCRIPTION
VHF, 2F, 5- to 1-Watt
VHF, 16F, 5- to 1-Watt
UHF B1, 2F, 4- to 1-Watt
UHF B1, 16F, 4- to 1-Watt
UHF B2, 2F, 4- to 1-Watt
UHF B2, 16F, 4- to 1-Watt
800MHz, 16F, 3-Watt
ITEM NO.
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B B
B B
B B
B
B B B B B B B
X X X X X X X
X
X
X
A
B
X
*
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=
=
=
=
DESCRIPTION
Transceiver Board
Transceiver Board
Transceiver Board
Transceiver Board
Transceiver Board
Transceiver Board
Transceiver Board
NCN6129C / NCN6129D / NCN6129E / NCN6129F / Controller Board *
NCN6129G /NCN6138A / NCN6138B / NCN6140A /
NCN6140B
B B B B
Note:
NUD7085E / NUD7085F / NUD7091A / NUD7091B /
NUD7095B / PMUD7095B
NUD7070E / NUD7070F / NUD7092A / NUD7092B
NUD7095B / PMUD7095B
NUE7240D / NUE7240E / NUE7265A / NUE7265B
NUE7272B / PMUE7272B
NUE7231C / NUE7231D / NUE7266A / NUE7266B
NUE7272B / PMUE7272B
NUE7241D / NUE7241E / NUE7267A / NUE7267B
NUE7273B / PMUE7273B
NUE7232C / NUE7232D / NUE7268A / NUE7268B
NUE7273B / PMUE7273B
NUF6394B / NUF6497A / NUF6497B / NUF6500D /
PMUF6500D
NCN6129C / NCN6141A / NCN6141B / NCN6141C
NCN6129C / NCN6145A / NCN6145B / NCN6145C
NCN6140C/ PMCN6140C
NTN7151B / NTN7151C
NTN7156A / NTN7156B
Controller Board *
Controller Board *
Controller Board *
Front Cover
Front Cover
This model chart lists the model numbers and their respective major components of all
conventional systems radios covered in this publication.
Alternate transceiver board supplied, see “Model Charts General Description” (this section).
Alternate controller board supplied, see “Model Charts General Description” (this section).
One item is supplied per radio.
The radio model number is required when placing an order for the controller board. The
model number can be found on the FCC Label on the back of the radio. Refer to Replacement
Parts Ordering, Section 10 of this manual for instructions on how to place an order.
MODEL CHART
Conventional Systems Radios
(JT 1000 and MT 2000 Models)
MODEL NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
H01KDH9PA3AN
H01RDH9PA3AN
H01SDH9PA3AN
H01KDD9AA4AN
H01KDH9AA7AN
H01RDD9AA4AN
H01RDH9AA7AN
H01SDD9AA4AN
H01SDH9AA7AN
H01UCD6AA4AN
H01UCH6AA7AN
JT 1000, VHF, 16CH, Front Display
JT 1000, UHF B1, 16CH, Front Display
JT 1000, UHF B2, 16CH, Front Display
MT 2000, VHF, 16F, 5- to 1-Watt, Top Display
MT 2000, VHF, 16CH, 5- to 1-Watt, Front Display
MT 2000, UHF B1, 16F, 4- to 1-Watt, Top Display
MT 2000, UHF B1, 16CH, 4- to 1-Watt, Front Display
MT 2000, UHF B2, 16F, 4- to 1-Watt, Top Display
MT 2000, UHF B2, 16CH, 4- to 1-Watt, Front Display
MT 2000, 800MHz, 16F, 4- to 1-Watt, Top Display
MT 2000, 800MHz, 16CH, 4- to 1-Watt, Front Display
ITEM NO.
A
A
A A
A A
A
A
A
A A
A A
A A
A
A
A A
A A
A A
A A
A A
B B B
B B B B B B B B
B B B B B B B B
X
X
X
X
X X X
X
X
X
X
Note:
A
B
X
*
=
=
=
=
DESCRIPTION
NUD7070E / NUD7070F / NUD7095A /
NUD7095B / NUD7092B / PMUD7095B
NUE7231C / NUE7231D / NUE7272A /
NUE7272B / NUE7272C / NUE7272D /
PMUE7272B
Transceiver Board
NUE7232C / NUE7232D / NUE7273A /
NUE7273B / NUE7273C / PMUE7273B
NUF6394B / NUF6498A / NUF6498B /
NUF6498C / NUF6500A / NUF6500B /
NUF6500C / NUF6500D / PMUF6500D
Transceiver Board
NTN7089C / NTN7089D / NCN6146A
NTN7091D / NTN7091E / NCN6147A /
NCN6147B / PMCN6147B
NTN7152A / NTN7152B
NTN7154A / NTN7154B
Transceiver Board
Transceiver Board
Controller Board *
Controller Board *
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Front Cover
This model chart lists the model numbers and their respective major components of all
conventional systems radios covered in this publication.
Alternate transceiver board supplied, see “Model Charts General Description” (this section).
Alternate controller board supplied, see “Model Charts General Description” (this section).
One item is supplied per radio.
The radio model number is required when placing an order for the controller board. The model
number can be found on the FCC Label on the back of the radio. Refer to Replacement Parts
Ordering, Section 10 of this manual for instructions on how to place an order.
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MODEL CHART
Private Systems Radios
(MTS 2000 Models)
MODEL NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
H01KDD9PW1BN
H01KDF9PW1BN
H01KDH9PW1BN
H01RDD9PW1BN
H01RDF9PW1BN
H01RDH9PW1BN
H01SDD9PW1BN
H01SDF9PW1BN
H01SDH9PW1BN
H01UCD6PW1BN
H01UCF6PW1BN
H01UCH6PW1BN
H01WCD4PW1CN
H01WCF4PW1CN
H01WCH4PW1CN
VHF, 16-Mode, Top Display, 5- to 1-Watt
VHF, 160-Mode, Front Display, Limited Keypad, 5- to 1-Watt
VHF, 160-Mode, Front Display, Full Keypad, 5- to 1-Watt
UHF B1, 16-Mode, Top Display, 4- to 1-Watt
UHF B1, 160-Mode, Front Display, Limited Keypad, 4- to 1-Watt
UHF B1, 160-Mode, Front Display, Full Keypad, 4- to 1-Watt
UHF B2, 16-Mode, Top Display, 4- to 1-Watt
UHF B2, 160-Mode, Front Display, Limited Keypad, 4- to 1-Watt
UHF B2, 160-Mode, Front Display, Full Keypad, 4- to 1-Watt
800MHz, 16-Mode, Top Display, 3-Watt
800MHz, 160-Mode, Front Display, Limited Keypad, 3-Watt
800MHz, 160-Mode, Front Display, Full Keypad, 3-Watt
900MHz, 16-Mode, Top Display, 2.4W (Typ), 2.9W (Max)
900MHz, 160-Mode, Front Display, Limited Keypad
900MHz, 160-Mode, Front Display, Full Keypad
ITEM NO.
A A A
A A A
A A A
A A A
A A A
A A A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A A A
A A A
B B B B
B B B B
B B B B
B
B
X
X
X
X
Note:
A
B
X
*
x
=
=
=
=
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
X
X
B
B
B
B
B
X
B
B
B
B
B
B B B B
B B B B
B B B B
B
B B B
B
B B B
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
DESCRIPTION
NUD7070E / NUD7070F / NUD7095A / Transceiver Board
NUD7095B / NUD7092B / PMUD7095B
NUE7231C / NUE7272A / NUE7272B / Transceiver Board
NUE7272C / NUE7272D / PMUE7272B
NUE7232C / NUE7273A / NUE7273B / Transceiver Board
NUE7273C / PMUE7273B
NUF6410B / NUF6500A / NUF6500B / Transceiver Board
NUF6410C / NUF6410D
NUF6500C / NUF6500D / NUF6533A /
PMUF6500D
NUF6395C / NUF6499A / NUF6499B / Transceiver Board
NUF6499C / NUF6499D / PMUF6499D
NTN7620E / NCN6150A / NCN6150B / Controller Board *
PMCN6150B
NCN6176A
NCN6106C / NCN6153A / NCN6153B / Controller Board *
PMCN6153B
NTN7152A / NTN7152B
NTN7153A / NTN7153B
NTN7154A / NTN7154B
Front Cover
Front Cover
Front Cover
This model chart lists the model numbers and their respective major components of all private systems
radios covered in this publication.
Alternate transceiver board supplied, see “Model Charts General Description” (this section).
Alternate controller board supplied, see “Model Charts General Description” (this section).
One item is supplied per radio.
The radio model number and flash code are required when placing an order for the controller board. The
model number can be found on the FCC Label on the back of the radio. The Flashcode can be obtained
several ways:
Check the FCC Label on the back of the radio.
Hook the radio (or sister radio) up to the Smart RIB.
MODEL CHART
Shared Systems Radios
(MTX 838, MTX 8000, MTX•LS, and MTX 9000 Models)
MODEL NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
MTX 838
H01KDC9DB3AN
VHF, 16-Mode, 5- to 1-Watt
H01KDD9DB4AN
VHF, 99-Mode, Top Display, 5- to 1-Watt
H01KDF9DB5AN
VHF, 160-Mode, Front Display, Limited Keypad, 5- to 1-Watt
H01KDH9DB7AN
VHF, 160-Mode, Front Display, Full Keypad, 5- to 1-Watt
H01RDC9DB3AN
UHF B1, 16-Mode, 4- to 1-Watt
H01RDD9DB4AN
UHF B1, 99-Mode, Top Display, 4- to 1-Watt
H01RDF9DB5AN
UHF B1, 160-Mode, Front Display, Limited Keypad, 4- to 1-Watt
H01RDH9DB7AN
UHF B1, 160-Mode, Front Display, Full Keypad, 4- to 1-Watt
H01SDC9DB3AN
UHF B2, 16-Mode, 4- to 1-Watt
H01SDD9DB4AN
UHF B2, 99-Mode, Top Display, 4- to 1-Watt
H01SDH9DB7AN
UHF B2, 160-Mode, Front Display, Full Keypad, 4- to 1-Watt
H01UCC6DF3AN
800MHz, 16-Mode, Type II
MTX 8000
H01UCC6DB3AN
800MHz, 16-Mode, Type I
H01UCF6DB5AN
800MHz, 160-Mode, Front Display, Limited Keypad, 3-Watt
H01UCH6DB7AN
800MHz, 160-Mode, Front Display, Full Keypad, 3-Watt
MTX•LS
H01UCC6DU3AN
800MHz, 16F
MTX 9000
H01WCC4DB3AN
H01WCF4DB5AN
900MHz, 16-Mode, 2.4W (Typ), 2.9W (Max)
900MHz, 160-Mode, Front Display, Limited Keypad
H01WCH4DB7AN 900MHz, 160-Mode, Front Display, Full Keypad
ITEM NO.
A A A A
A
A A
A A
A
NUD7085E / NUD7085F / NUD7096A / Transceiver Board
NUD7096B / NUD7095A / NUD7095B /
PMUD7095B
NUE7240D / NUE7240E / NUE7274A / Transceiver Board
NUE7274B / NUE7272A / NUE7272B /
PMUE7272B
A A A A
A A
A
A A A
A A A
A
AA A
A A A
A A A
A A A
X
B B
B B
B B B B B
B
B
B B
B B B
B B
B B B
B B
B B
B B
B B B
X
X
X
=
=
=
=
B
X
B
B B B
X
X
B
B
B BB
X
X
X
X
Note:
B B
X
X
X
A
B
X
*
B
X
X
DESCRIPTION
X
X
X
X
NUE7241C / NUE7241D / NUE7241E /
NUE7275A / NUE7275B
NUF6423B / NUF6501A / NUF6501B /
NUF6501C / NUF6500D / PMUF6500D
NUF6424B / NUF6502A / NUF6502B /
NUF6502C / PMUF6499D
NUF6460A / NUF6460B
NTN7512D / NTN7512E / NCN6147A /
NCN6147B / PMCN6147B
NTN7513D / NTN7513E / NCN6153A /
NCN6153B / PMCN6153B
NTN7857D / NTN7857E / NCN6147A /
NCN6147B / PMCN6147B
NTN7858D / NTN7858E / NCN6153A /
PMCN6153A
NCN6153B / PMCN6153B
NTN7151B / NTN7151C
NTN7152A / NTN7152B
NTN7153A / NTN7153B
NTN7154A / NTN7154B
Transceiver Board
Transceiver Board
Transceiver Board
Uniboard *
Controller Board *
Controller Board *
Controller Board *
Controller Board *
Front Cover
Front Cover
Front Cover
Front Cover
This model chart lists the model numbers and their respective major components of all shared systems radios covered in
this publication.
Alternate transceiver board supplied, see “Model Charts General Description” (this section).
Alternate controller board supplied, see “Model Charts General Description” (this section).
One item is supplied per radio.
The radio model number is required when placing an order for the uniboard. The model number can be found on the FCC
Label on the back of the radio. Refer to Replacement Parts Ordering, Section 10 of this manual for instructions on how to
place an order.
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List of Antennas
ANTENNA KIT NOS.
DESCRIPTION
NAD6566*
NAD6567*
NAD6568*
NAD6563*
NAE6546*
NAE6547*
NAE6548*
NAE6549*
NAF5037*
NAF5038*
NAF5039*
NAF5040*
NAF5042*
Helical (136 - 151MHz)
Helical (151 - 162MHz)
Helical (162 - 174MHz)
Helical Wideband (136 - 174MHz)
Helical (403 - 435MHz)
Helical (435 - 470MHz)
Helical (470 - 512MHz)
Whip (403 - 512MHz)
Whip (800MHz)
Whip (900MHz)
Dipole (800MHz)
Dipole (900MHz)
Quarter Wave, Stubby (800MHz, 900MHz)
List of Batteries
BATTERY KIT NOS.
DESCRIPTION
NTN7143
NTN7144
NTN7146*
NTN7147*
NTN7341*
NTN7372*
High-Capacity Nickel-Cadmium (groups A, B, C, D)
Ultra-High-Capacity Nickel-Cadmium (groups A, B, C, D)
High-Capacity Nickel-Cadmium FMRC Intrinsically Safe (groups D, F, G)
Ultra-High-Capacity Nickel-Cadmium FMRC Intrinsically Safe (groups D, F, G)
Ultra-High-Capacity Nickel-Cadmium FMRC Intrinsically Safe (groups C, D, E, F, G)
High-Capacity Nickel-Cadmium FMRC Intrinsically Safe (groups C, D, E, F, G)
!
Substitution of components may impair the intrinsic
safety of the radio.
WARNING
* These accessories are approved as being intrinsically safe by Factory Mutual Research Corporation
(FMRC). Refer to the radio label for intrinsic safety ratings and required batteries. Only the accessories
and antennas noted (by *) may be used on approved radios.
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Maintenance Specifications for VHF Radios
(All Specifications Are Per Electronic Industries Association (EIA) 316B Unless Otherwise Noted.)
GENERAL
FCC Designation:
RECEIVER
AZ489FT3768
Power Supply:
Frequency Range:
TRANSMITTER
*136–178MHz
Nickel-Cadmium Battery
Bandwidth:
Battery Voltage:
Nominal:
Range:
7.5 Volts
6 to 9 Volts
Battery Drain, Typical:
Standby:
Receive:
Transmit:
56mA
180mA
2100mA
Temperature Range:
Operating:
Storage:
–30˚C to +60˚C
–40˚C to +85˚C
Duty Cycle (5-5-90):
High Cap. Battery:
Ultra-High Cap. Battery:
1 Watt/5 Watts
11.2 Hrs./8 Hrs.
12.9 Hrs./9 Hrs.
42MHz
Quieting Sensitivity (20dBQ):
6.30" x 2.34" x 1.49"
(16.0cm x 5.9cm x 3.8cm)
With High Cap. Battery:
6.30" x 2.34" x 1.49"
(16.0cm x 5.9cm x 3.8cm)
With Ultra-High Cap. Battery: 6.30" x 2.34" x 1.54"
(16.0cm x 5.9cm x 3.9cm)
Weight: (w/Helical Antenna)
Less Battery:
With High Cap. Battery:
With Ultra-High Cap. Battery:
12.1oz. (343gm)
20.2oz. (573gm)
21.3oz. (604gm)
136-174MHz
1-5 Watts
174-178MHz
1-4 Watts
*136–178MHz
Frequency Range:
Usable Sensitivity
(12dB SINAD):
0.35µV Max.
Intermodulation:
–70dB
Freq. Stability
–30 to +60˚C; 25˚C ref.:
± .0005%(30kHz syst)
: ± .0003%(12.5kHz syst)
Emission (Conducted and Radiated): –66dBw
Selectivity
(30kHz Adjacent Channel):
–70dB
(12.5kHz Adjacent Channel):
–70dB
Spurious Rejection:
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Less Battery:
0.5µV Max.
RF Power:
FM Hum and Noise
(Companion Receiver):
–45dB Typical
–70dB
Distortion:
3% Typical
Freq. Stability
(–30 to +60˚C; 25˚C reference):
Rated Audio:
± 0.0005%
Modulation Limiting:
±5kHz (30kHz syst)
:
± 2.5kHz(12.5kHz syst)
500mW
Recommended Battery:
Distortion (At Rated Audio):
Channel Spacing:
3% Typical
High Capacity:
NTN7143
Ultra-High Capacity:
NTN7144
30kHz
12.5kHz
Specifications Subject to Change Without Notice.
* Frequencies in the 174-178MHz range are not permitted in the USA.
Maintenance Specifications for UHF Radios
(All Specifications Are Per Electronic Industries Association (EIA) 316B Unless Otherwise Noted.)
GENERAL
FCC
Designation:
RECEIVER
AZ489FT4781 (403-470MHz)
AZ489FT4780 (450-520MHz)
Power Supply:
Battery Voltage:
Nominal:
Range:
Frequency Range:
Bandwidth:
TRANSMITTER
403-470MHz
*450-520MHz
70MHz
Nickel-Cadmium Battery
Battery Drain, Typical:
Standby:
Receive:
Transmit:
Temperature Range:
Operating:
Storage:
Duty Cycle (5-5-90):
High Cap. Battery:
Ultra-High Cap. Battery:
Quieting Sensitivity (20dBQ):
7.5 Volts
6 to 9 Volts
60mA
180mA
1800mA
–30˚C to +60˚C
–40˚C to +85˚C
1 Watt/4 Watts
11 Hrs./8.4 Hrs.
12.7 Hrs./9.7 Hrs.
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Less Battery:
6.30" x 2.34" x 1.49"
(16.0cm x 5.9cm x 3.8cm)
With High Cap. Battery:
6.30" x 2.34" x 1.49"
(16.0cm x 5.9cm x 3.8cm)
With Ultra-High Cap. Battery: 6.30" x 2.34" x 1.54"
(16.0cm x 5.9cm x 3.9cm)
Weight: (w/Helical Antenna)
Less Battery:
With High Cap. Battery:
With Ultra-High Cap. Battery:
Usable Sensitivity
(12dB SINAD):
Intermodulation:
403-470MHz
1-4 Watts
450-512MHz
1-4 Watts
512-520MHz
1-3 Watts
Frequency Range:
403-470MHz
*450-520MHz
0.35µV Max.
–70dB
Freq. Stability
(–30 to +60˚C; 25˚C ref.): ± .0005% (25kHz syst)
Selectivity
(25kHz Adjacent Channel):
(12.5kHz Adjacent Channel):
: ± .0003%(12.5kHz syst)
–70dB
–60dB
Emission (Conducted and Radiated):
–66dBw
FM Hum and Noise
Spurious Rejection:
450-512MHz
512-520MHz
Freq. Stability
(–30 to +60˚C; 25˚C reference):
Rated Audio:
Distortion (At Rated Audio):
12.1oz. (343gm)
20.2oz. (573gm)
21.3oz. (604gm)
0.5µV Max.
RF Power:
–70dB
–65dB
(Companion Receiver):
–45dB Typical
Hear Clear:
–48dB Typical
Distortion:
3% Typical
± 0.0005%
500mW
3% Typical
Modulation Limiting:
±5kHz (25kHz syst)
:
±2.5kHz (12.5kHz syst)
Recommended Battery:
High Capacity:
25kHz
Ultra-High Capacity:
12.5kHz
Specifications Subject to Change Without Notice.
* Frequencies in the 512-520MHz range are not permitted in the USA.
Channel Spacing:
NTN7143
NTN7144
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Maintenance Specifications for 800MHz Radios
(All Specifications Are Per Electronic Industries Association (EIA) 316B Unless Otherwise Noted.)
GENERAL
FCC Designation:
Power Supply:
RECEIVER
AZ489FT5747
Frequency Range:
TRANSMITTER
851–870MHz
RF Power:
3 Watts
Nickel-Cadmium Battery
Bandwidth:
Battery Voltage:
Nominal:
Range:
7.5 Volts
6 to 9 Volts
Battery Drain, Typical:
Standby:
Receive:
Transmit:
65mA
190mA
1900mA
Temperature Range:
Operating:
Storage:
–30˚C to +60˚C
–40˚C to +85˚C
19MHz
8 Hours
9 Hours
806–824MHz
851–869MHz
Quieting Sensitivity (20dBQ):
0.5µV Max.
Usable Sensitivity
(12dB SINAD):
0.35µV Max.
Intermodulation:
–70dB
Selectivity
Freq. Stability
(–30 to +60˚C; 25˚C ref.):
± .00025%
(821-824MHz Capable):
± .00015%
Emission (Conducted and Radiated):
Spurious Rejection:
–70dB
(Companion Receiver):
–40dB Typical
–70dB
Distortion:
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Less Battery:
6.30" x 2.34" x 1.49"
(16.0cm x 5.9cm x 3.8cm)
With High Cap. Battery:
6.30" x 2.34" x 1.49"
(16.0cm x 5.9cm x 3.8cm)
With Ultra-High Cap. Battery: 6.30" x 2.34" x 1.54"
(16.0cm x 5.9cm x 3.9cm)
Weight: (w/Helical Antenna)
Less Battery:
With High Cap. Battery:
With Ultra-High Cap. Battery:
12.1oz. (343gm)
20.2oz. (573gm)
21.3oz. (604gm)
–46dBw
FM Hum and Noise
(25kHz Adjacent Channel):
Duty Cycle (5-5-90):
High Cap. Battery:
Ultra-High Cap. Battery:
Frequency Range:
3% Typical
Freq. Stability
(–30+60˚C; 25˚C reference):
± .00025%
Modulation Limiting:
±5kHz
(821-824MHz Capable):
±.00015%
(821-824MHz):
±4kHz
Rated Audio:
500mW
Distortion (At Rated Audio):
Channel Spacing:
3% Typical
Recommended Battery:
High Capacity:
NTN7143
Ultra-High Capacity:
NTN7144
25kHz
Specifications Subject to Change Without Notice.
Maintenance Specifications for 900MHz Radios
(All Specifications Are Per Electronic Industries Association (EIA) 316B Unless Otherwise Noted.)
GENERAL
FCC Designation:
Power Supply:
RECEIVER
AZ489FT5748
Frequency Range:
TRANSMITTER
935–941MHz
Battery Voltage:
Nominal:
Range:
Battery Drain, Typical:
Standby:
Receive:
Transmit:
Temperature Range:
Operating:
Storage:
Duty Cycle (5-5-90):
High Cap. Battery:
Ultra-High Cap. Battery:
Bandwidth:
7.5 Volts
6 to 9 Volts
65mA
185mA
1910mA
–30˚C to +60˚C
–40˚C to +85˚C
8 Hours
9 Hours
6.30" x 2.34" x 1.49"
(16.0cm x 5.9cm x 3.8cm)
With High Cap. Battery:
6.30" x 2.34" x 1.49"
(16.0cm x 5.9cm x 3.8cm)
With Ultra-High Cap. Battery: 6.30" x 2.34" x 1.54"
(16.0cm x 5.9cm x 3.9cm)
Weight: (w/Helical Antenna)
Less Battery:
With High Cap. Battery:
With Ultra-High Cap. Battery:
12.1oz. (343gm)
20.2oz. (573gm)
21.3oz. (604gm)
0.5µV Max.
896–902MHz
935–941MHz
Freq. Stability
Usable Sensitivity
(12dB SINAD):
0.35µV Max.
Intermodulation:
–60dB
(–30 to +60˚C; 25˚C ref.):
± .00015%
Emission (Conducted and Radiated):
–46dBw
FM Hum and Noise
Selectivity
(12.5kHz Adjacent Channel):
2.4 Watts (Typ.)
2.9 Watts (Max.)
6MHz
Frequency Range:
Quieting Sensitivity (20dBQ):
–60dB
(Companion Receiver /
HEAR CLEAR):
Spurious Rejection:
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Less Battery:
–45dB Typical
–60dB
Distortion:
3% Typical
Freq. Stability
(–30+60˚C; 25˚C reference):
Rated Audio:
± .00015%
Modulation Limiting:
±2.5kHz
500mW
Recommended Battery:
Distortion (At Rated Audio):
Channel Spacing:
3% Typical
12.5kHz
Specifications Subject to Change Without Notice.
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RF Power:
Nickel-Cadmium Battery
High Capacity:
NTN7143
Ultra-High Capacity:
NTN7144
Glossary
A/D
Analog to Digital converter; converts an instantaneous dc voltage level to a
corresponding digital value.
ALC
Automatic Level Control; a circuit in the transmit RF path that controls RF
power amplifier output, provides leveling over frequency and voltage, and
protects against high VSWR.
CMOS
Complementary metal-oxide semiconductor.
Channel
Defines conventional transmit and receive frequencies and muting conditions.
Closed Architecture
A controller configuration that utilizes a microcontroller with no external
memory (non-FLASHport operation).
CBI
(Customer Board Initialization) When the controller board is received, it will
need a serial from the defect unit. The serial is manually entered via the RSS
prior to proceeding any further with the replacement process.
D/A
Digital to Analog converter; converts a digital value to a corresponding dc
voltage value.
DTMF
Dual Tone Multi-Frequency.
DPL
Digital Private-Line.
Firmware
Software or a software/hardware combination of computer programs and data,
with a fixed logic configuration stored in a read-only memory; information can
not be altered or reprogrammed.
FGU
Frequency Generation Unit.
Flashcode
A Motorola term (model option definition code) that determines what
FLASHport options are in a radio.
FLASHport
A Motorola term that describes the ability of a radio to change memory. Every
FLASHport radio contains a FLASHport EEPROM memory chip that can be
software written and rewritten to, again and again.
IC
Integrated Circuit.
ISW
Inbound Signalling Word; data transmitted on the control channel from the
subscriber unit to the central controller.
LTR
Logic Trunked Radio; a registered trademark of E.F. Johnson Company.
MCU
MicroControl Unit.
MDC
Motorola Digital Code.
OMPAC
Over-Molded Pad-Array Carrier; a Motorola custom IC package, distinguished by
the presence of solder balls on the bottom pads.
Open Architecture
A controller configuration that utilizes a microprocessor with extended ROM,
RAM, and EEPROM, (FLASHport capable).
OSW
Outbound Signalling Word; data transmitted on the control channel from the
central controller to the subscriber unit.
PC Board
Printed Circuit board.
PL
Private-Line® tone squelch; a continuous sub-audible tone that is transmitted
along with the carrier.
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PLL
Phase-Locked Loop; a circuit in which an oscillator is kept in phase with a
reference, usually after passing through a frequency divider.
PTT
Push-To-Talk; the switch located on the left side of the radio which, when
pressed, causes the radio to transmit.
Registers
Short-term data-storage circuits within the microcontrol unit or programmable
logic IC.
RESET
Reset line; an input to the microcontroller that restarts execution.
RF PA
Radio Frequency Power Amplifier.
RSS
Radio Service Software.
RSSI
Received signal strength indicator; a dc voltage proportional to the received rf
signal strength.
RX DATA
Recovered digital data line.
SLIC
Support-Logic IC; a custom gate array used to provide I/O and memory
expansion for the microcontroller.
SmartRib
Use in conjunction with the RSS to read the Flashcode and Model Number, and
to flash upgrade radios.
Softpot
Software potentiometer; a computer-adjustable electronic attenuator.
Software
Computer programs, procedures, rules, documentation, and data pertaining to
the operation of a system.
Squelch
Muting of audio circuits when received signal levels fall below a pre-determined
value.
SRAM
Static-RAM chip used for volatile, program/data memory.
Standby Mode
An operating mode whereby the radio is muted but still continues to monitor
data.
TOT
Time-Out Timer; a timer that limits the length of a transmission.
TPL
Tone Private-Line; Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System (CTCSS), industry
standard.
TSOP
Thin Small-Outline Package.
µC
Microcontrol unit (see MCU).
VCO
Voltage-Controlled Oscillator; an oscillator whereby the frequency of oscillation
can be varied by changing a control voltage.
VSWR
Voltage Standing Wave Ratio.
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1
Introduction
This manual includes safety information, model charts, specifications,
fundamental disassembly/reassembly procedures; schematic diagrams,
printed circuit board details, flex circuit diagrams, and several parts
lists to completely cover the HT 1000, JT 1000, MT 2000, MTS 2000,
and MTX series radios. Hereafter, the text will refer collectively to these
radios as “this family of radios.” For maintenance/troubleshooting,
theory, accessories, and operation of the radio, refer to the applicable
manuals available separately. To help you with your selection, a list is
provided in this manual, titled “Related Publications Available
Separately.”
Special notices are incorporated into the text, alerting you to safety
hazards and suggesting procedures. These notices are divided and
labeled according to the information they contain so that you can
become immediately aware of the type of information being
presented. The three classifications are: WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, and
NOTES.
!
This is an operational procedure, practice, or
condition, etc., which may result in injury or
death if not carefully observed.
WARNING
!
This is an operational procedure, practice, or
condition, etc., which may result in damage to
the equipment if not carefully observed.
Caution
NOTE:
This is an operational procedure, practice, or
condition, etc., which is essential to
emphasize.
1
Notes
2
2
Test Equipment,
Service Aids, and Tools
Recommended Test
Equipment
The list of equipment contained in Table 1 includes all of the standard
test equipment required for servicing two-way portable radios, as well
as several unique items designed specifically for servicing this family
of radios. Battery-operated test equipment is recommended when
available. The “Characteristics” column is included so that equivalent
equipment may be substituted; however, when no information is
provided in this column, the specific Motorola model listed is either a
unique item or no substitution is recommended.
Table 1 Recommended Test Equipment
MOTOROLA
MODEL NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
CHARACTERISTICS
APPLICATION
R2600 Series
R2670 (for trunking)
System Analyzer
This monitor will substitute
for items with an asterisk (*)
Frequency/deviation meter and
signal generator for wide-range
troubleshooting and alignment
*R1097A
Digital Multimeter
4,000 counts
True RMS Metering
0.3% basic accuracy
Digital voltmeter recommended
for ac/dc voltage and current
measurements
*R1150E
Code Synthesizer
Injection of audio and digital
signalling codes
*R1527A
Portable Test Receiver Counter; CTCSS, DCS, and
DTMF decoder
Portable Radio Monitor
R1368A
Dual-Trace
Oscilloscope
20MHz bandwidth (some
Waveform measurements
system analyzers, R2000
series, are 15MHz bandwidth)
5mV to 5V/division
*S1350C
*ST1213B (VHF)
*ST1223B (UHF)
Watt Meter
Plug-in Element
RF Dummy Load
50-ohm, ±5% accuracy
10 Watts, maximum
0-1000MHz, 300W
Transmitter power output
measurements
R1065
Load Resistor
10-watt Broadband
For use with Wattmeter
S1339A
RF Millivolt Meter
100µV to 3V rf
10kHz to 1.2GHz
RF level measurements
*R1013B or
*R1370A
SINAD Meter
SINAD Meter V/RMS
S1347D or
DC Power Supply
S1348D (programmable)
RMS Audio Voltmeter
0-20Vdc, 0-5 Amps
current limited
Receiver sensitivity
measurements
Bench supply for 7.5Vdc
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Service Aids and
Recommended Tools
Refer to the “Service Aids” in Table 2 and “Recommended Service
Tools” list in Table 3 for a listing and description of the service aids and
tools designed specifically for servicing this family of radios, as well as
the more common tools required to disassemble and properly
maintain the radio. These kits and/or parts are available from the
United States and Canada Radio Products Services Division listed in the
“Replacement Parts Ordering” section at the back of this manual.
Field Programming
This family of radios can be aligned and programmed in the field. This
requires specific equipment and special instructions. Refer to the
applicable “Radio Service Software User's Manual” for complete field
programming information.
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The following table lists service aids recommended for working on this
family of radios. These items are available from Radio Products Services
Division.
Table 2 Service Aids
MOTOROLA PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
APPLICATION
Servicers Video Tape
Video Tape
Includes Radio Introduction.
RKN-4035D
RIB/Radio/test set cable
Connects radio to RTX-4005B Test Box and RIB.
RLN-1014A
Battery Eliminator
Interconnects radio to power supply.
RLN-1018A
Test Fixture
Provides for troubleshooting of the radio when the
housing is removed.
RTX-4005B or both
RTX-4005A / RPX-4665A
Portable Test Set
Field Modification Kit
Allows switching for radio testing.
RLN-4460A
Portable/Mobile Test Set
Provides more convenient testing of mobiles and
portables.
RLN-4008B
Radio Interface Box (RIB)
Enables communications between the radio and the
computer’s serial communications adapter.
RLN-1015C
0180302E27
3080390B48
Smart RIB
Power Supply
Computer Interface Cable
Used to read Flashcode.
Used to supply power to the Smart RIB.
Connects computer serial adapter to Smart RIB.
0180357A57
0180358A56
Wall-mounted Power Supply
Wall-mounted Power Supply
Used to supply power to the RIB (120 VAC).
Used to supply power to the RIB (220 VAC).
3080369B71
3080369B72
Computer Interface Cable
Use B72 for the IBM PC AT (7-pin). All other IBM
models use B71.Connects the computer’s serial
communications adapter to the RIB (25-pin).
RKN-4036D
Cloning Cable
Allows a radio to be duplicated from a master radio
by transferring programmed data from one radio to
another (HT 1000/MT 2000 Models Only).
RVN-4097L
Radio Service Software
Software on 3-1/2 in. and 5-1/4 in. floppy disks.
RVN-4098G
Radio Service Software
(HT/JT 1000/VISAR Models
Only)
Software on 3-1/2 in. and 5-1/4 in. floppy disks.
RVN-4138B
Radio Service Software
MTX•LS Model
Software on 3-1/2 in. and 5-1/4 in. floppy disks.
5880348B33
SMA to BNC Adaptor
Adapts radio’s antenna port to BNC cabling of test
equipment.
RLN-4201B
Battery Tester
Tests battery charge.
RLN-4048A
Battery Tester Adapter
Adapts HT 1000, JT 1000, MT 2000, MTS 2000, and
MTX Series radio batteries to the RLN-4201 Battery
Tester.
RTL-4208A
RF Probe
50-ohm, high-frequency probe.
RT-5144/48/0
RT-5144/48/2
Test Probe (black)
Test Probe (red)
Needle-fine test probes for high-density circuitry.
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Service Tools
The following table lists the tools recommended for working on this
family of radios; these tools are also available from Motorola. The
R-1319A solder/desolder workstation requires the use of some reflow
nozzles which are included with the workstation.
Table 3 Recommended Service Tools
MOTOROLA PART NO.
6
DESCRIPTION
APPLICATION
R1319A
Chip Master Surface Mount
Device (SMD) Rework Station
Temperature-controlled, self-contained soldering/
desoldering repair station for installation and
removal of surface-mounted devices. Removes RF
PA’s.
0180356B79
Solder/Desolder Station
For soldering and desoldering thru-hole
components.
0180372E51
Illuminated Magnifying
System
0180386A82
Anti-static Grounding Kit
6680384A98
Brush
1010041A86
Solder (RMA type), 63/37,
0.020" diameter, 1 lb. spool
0180303E45
SMD Tool Kit
Kit includes chemicals and hand tools required to
do many SMD rework procedures.
6680334E07
Chassis/Front Cover
Separation Tool
Used to pry the chassis away from the front cover
during disassembly.
6680334E08
Flex Connector Opening Tool
Used to raise the sliding portion of the flex
connectors.
Used during all radio assembly and disassembly
procedures.
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Transceiver
Performance Testing
General
The HT 1000, JT 1000, MT 2000, MTS 2000, and MTX series radios
have been prepared to meet published specifications through their
manufacturing process, with the use of laboratory-quality test
equipment of highest accuracy. The recommended field service
equipment approaches the accuracy of the manufacturing equipment
with a few exceptions. Accuracy of the equipment must be maintained
in compliance with the manufacturer’s recommended calibration
schedule.
Setup
Supply voltage can be connected from the battery eliminator. The
equipment required for alignment procedures is connected as shown
in the Radio Alignment Test Setup diagram.
Initial equipment control settings should be as indicated in the
following table, and should hold for all alignment procedures except
as noted in Table 4.
Table 4 Equipment Initial Control Settings
SERVICE MONITOR
TEST SET
POWER SUPPLY
Monitor Mode: Pwr Mon
Spkr set: A
Voltage: 7.5Vdc
RF Attn: –70
Spkr/load:
Speaker
PTT: OFF
(center)
DC on/standby:
Standby
Volt Range: 10
AM, CW, FM: FM
O'scope Source: Mod
O'scope Horiz: 10mSec/Div
O'scope Vert: 2.5kHz/Div
O'scope Trig: Auto
Monitor Image: Hi
Monitor BW: Nar
Monitor Squelch: mid CW
Monitor Vol: 1/4 CW
Current: 2.5
* When testing TX deviation, where the modulation is greater than
1kHz, set the Service Monitor low pass filter (LPF) to 15kHz.
** The Test Set MT/PL switch controls internal/external audio
switching.
Test Mode
RF Test Mode,
HT 1000/JT 1000 Radios
NOTE:
This note applies to software version R02.09
and earlier. If the radio is placed in TEST MODE
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with Option•Mate interface plug enabled
through the HT 1000 RSS, TX and RX audio
will be muted. Do not test Analog Voice
Security (AVS) installed radios in the TEST
MODE.
When the HT 1000/JT 1000 radio is operating in its normal
environment, the radio's microcontroller controls the RF channel
selection, transmitter key-up, and receiver muting. However, when the
unit is on the bench for testing, alignment, or repair, it is removed
from its normal environment. It cannot receive commands from its
system and, therefore, the internal microcontroller will not key the
transmitter nor unmute the receiver. This prevents the use of normal
tune-up procedures. To solve this problem a special routine, called
TEST MODE or “air test,” has been incorporated in the radio.
To enter test mode:
1. Turn the radio on.
2. Within ten seconds after the self test is complete, press the
monitor button (side button 3, SB3) five times in succession. After
the fifth press:
a. (HT 1000 radios), a tone is emitted to indicate that the rf test
mode has been entered.
b. (JT 1000 radios), the display will show the firmware version of
the microprocessor for two seconds, emit a tone, then display
TEST MODE).
3. Each additional press of SB3 will advance to the next test channel.
(refer to Table 6), and a corresponding set of tones will indicate the
channel.
4. Pressing SB2 will scroll through and access test environments as
shown in Table 5.
NOTE:
Transmit into a load when keying a radio
under test.
To exit test mode, turn the radio off then back on.
Table 5 Test Environments, HT 1000/JT 1000 Radios
NO. OF
BEEPS
8
DESCRIPTION
FUNCTION
1
Carrier Squelch
RX: if carrier detected
TX: mic audio
3
Tone Private-Line
RX: unsquelch if carrier and tone
(192.8Hz) detected
TX: mic audio + tone (192.8Hz)
4
Digital
Private-Line
RX: unsquelch if carrier and digital code
(131) detected
TX: mic audio + digital code (131)
detected
Table 6 Test Frequencies, HT 1000 / JT 1000
NO. OF
BEEPS
1
2
3
4
5
6
TEST
CHANNEL
VHF
UHF BAND 1
UHF BAND 2
800
TX #1
136.025
403.100
450.025
806.0125
RX #1
136.075
403.150
450.075
851.0625
TX #2
142.125
424.850
465.225
815.0125
RX #2
142.175
424.900
465.275
860.0625
TX #3
154.225
438.050
475.225
824.9875
RX #3
154.275
438.100
475.275
869.9375
TX #4
160.125
444.050
484.975
851.0125
RX #4
160.175
444.100
485.025
851.0625
TX #5
168.075
456.350
500.275
860.0125
RX #5
168.125
456.400
500.325
860.0625
TX #6
173.975
463.700
511.975
869.9875
RX #6
173.925
463.650
511.925
869.9375
Control Head Test Mode,
HT 1000/JT 1000 Radios
To check the buttons and the switches, perform the following tests:
1. Turn radio on.
2. After the self test is complete, press the monitor button (side
button 3, SB3) five times in succession, within 10 seconds. After
the fifth press, a tone is emitted to indicate that the RF test mode
has been entered.
3. Exit the RF test mode and enter the control head test mode by
pressing and holding SB3 for more than three seconds. Upon
entering the control head test mode, a tone is emitted and the
green LED begins flashing. The green LED continues to flash until
the control head test mode is exited.
NOTE:
Return to the RF test mode by pressing and
holding SB3 for more than three seconds. Then
re-enter the control head test mode by pressing
and holding SB3 for more than three seconds.
4. Test each switch (toggle, rotary, or button-actuated) by changing
the position of the switch. A tone is emitted to indicate a “good
test” each time a switch position is changed.
NOTE:
Pressing and releasing a button-actuated
switch are both considered switch-position
changes.
NOTE:
No tone when a switch position is changed
indicates a test failure. Test the on/off volume
potentiometer/switch by rotating the
potentiometer clockwise and counter
9
clockwise. The loudness of tone beeps will
increase and decrease accordingly.
NOTE:
During test mode, the volume level is not
regulated to the same limits as during normal
radio operation.
To exit test mode, turn the radio off then back on.
RF Test Mode, MT 2000,
MTS 2000, and MTX
Series Radios
When the MT 2000, MTS 2000, or MTX series radio is operating in its
normal environment, the radio’s microcomputer controls the RF
channel selection, transmitter key-up, and receiver muting. However,
when the unit is on the bench for testing, alignment, or repair, it is
removed from its normal environment. It cannot receive commands
from its system and, therefore, the internal microcomputer will not
key the transmitter nor unmute the receiver. This prevents the use of
normal tune-up procedures. To solve this problem a special routine,
called TEST MODE or “air test,” has been incorporated in the radio.
To enter test mode:
1. Turn the radio on.
2. After the self test is complete, press the monitor button (side
button 3, SB3) five times in succession, within 10 seconds.
3. After “RF TEST” appears (on 14-character displays) or “RF TST”
appears (on 6-character displays), press the orange button on top
of the radio once. “1 CSQ” appears, indicating: test frequency 1,
carrier squelch mode.
4. Each additional press of SB3 will advance to the next test channel.
(Refer to Table 8.)
5. Pressing SB2 will scroll through and access test environments as
shown in Table 7.
Control Head Test Mode,
MT 2000, MTS 2000,
and MTX Series Radios
NOTE:
Transmit into a load when keying a radio
under test.
NOTE:
Radios without display indicate testenvironment function by emitting a
corresponding number of beeps. See Table 7.
To check the display, the buttons, and the switches, perform the
following tests:
1. Turn radio on.
2. After the self test is complete, press the monitor button (side
button 3, SB3) five times in succession, within 10 seconds.
3. After ”RF TEST” appears on the display, press side button 1 (SB1),
“CH TEST” (14-character radio) or “CH TST” (6-character radio)
appears on the display.
4. Next, press and hold the orange button on top of the radio; all
segments on the display will light, and the LED on the control top
will illuminate a yellowish color.
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5. Release the orange button; ”3/0” appears, which indicates that
switch 3 is in the open condition.
6. Press the orange button again; “3/1” appears, which indicates that
switch 3 is in the closed condition.
7. Rotate the mode selector knob; ”4/0” thru ”4/15” appears, which
indicates that knob 4 is in mode position 1 thru 15.
8. Rotate the concentric switch; ”65/0” and “65/1” appears.
9. Rotate the volume control; “2/0” thru “2/255” appears.
10.Press SB1, view “96/1”; release, view “96/0”
11.Press SB2, view “97/1”; release, view “97/0”
12.Press SB3, view “98/1”; release, view “98/0”
13.Press PTT, view “1/1”; release, view “1/0”
14.Toggle Switch in ‘A’ position “64/0”, ‘B’ position “64/1”,
‘C’ position “64/2”
15.Keypad:
• Press 0, view “48/1”; release, view “48/0”
• Press 1, view “49/1”; release, view “49/0”
• Press 2, view “50/1”; release, view “50/0”
• Press 3, view “51/1”; release, view “51/0”
• Press 4, view “52/1”; release, view “52/0”
• Press 5, view “53/1”; release, view “53/0”
• Press 6, view “54/1”; release, view “54/0”
• Press 7, view “55/1”; release, view “55/0”
• Press 8, view “56/1”; release, view “56/0”
• Press 9, view “57/1”; release, view “57/0”
• Press *, view “58/1”; release, view “58/0”
• Press #, view “59/1”; release, view “59/0”
• Press <, view “128/1”; release, view “128/0”
• Press HOME, view “129/1”; release, view “129/0”
• Press >, view “130/1”; release, view “130/0”
To exit test mode, turn the radio off then back on.
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Table 7 Test Environments, MT 2000, MTS 2000, and MTX Series Radios
NO. OF BEEPS
DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
1*
CSQ
Carrier Squelch
RX: unsquelch if carrier detected
TX: mic audio
2
HC
Hear Clear**
RX: unsquelch if carrier detected
TX: compressed mic audio
3
TPL
Tone
Private-Line
RX: unsquelch if carrier and tone (192.8Hz) detected
TX: mic audio + tone (192.8Hz)
4
DPL
Digital
Private-Line
RX: unsquelch if carrier and digital code (131) detected
TX: mic audio + digital code (131) detected
5
TLS
Trunking
Low Speed
6
THS
Trunking
RX: unsquelch if valid outbound signalling word (OSW)
detected High Speed
TX: 1500Hz tone
7
DTM
multiple freq.
dual-tone
RX: unsquelch if carrier detected
TX: selected DTMF tone pair
8
M12
MDC1200
RX: unsquelch if carrier detected without DOS (1800Hz);
squelch if carrier detected with DOS (1800Hz)
TX: 1500Hz tone
9
SEC
Secure***
RX: auto-coded clear
TX: with key present - encrypted audio
with key absent - constant unsquelch
*
**
***
****
FUNCTION
RX: unsquelch if carrier detected
TX: mic audio + connect tone (105.8Hz) @ correct deviation
radios without display indicate function by emitting a number of beeps
on 900 MHz radios only
on radios equipped with secure option
not available on all radios
Table 8 Test Frequencies, MT 2000, MTS 2000, and MTX Series Radios
TEST CHANNEL
VHF
UHF BAND 1
UHF BAND 2
800
900
R-BAND
TX #1
136.025
403.100
450.025
806.0125
896.0125
885.0125
RX #1
136.075
403.150
450.075
851.0625
935.0625
830.0125
TX #2
142.125
424.850
465.225
815.0125
899.0125
885.0125
RX #2
142.175
424.900
465.275
860.0625
938.0625
859.9875
TX #3
154.225
438.050
475.225
824.9875
901.9875
885.0125
RX #3
154.275
438.100
475.275
869.9375
940.9375
859.9875
TX #4
160.125
444.050
484.975
851.0125
935.0125
895.0125
RX #4
160.175
444.100
485.025
851.0625
935.0625
859.9875
TX #5
168.075
456.350
500.275
860.0125
938.0125
905.0125
RX #5
168.125
456.400
500.225
860.0625
938.0625
859.9875
TX #6
173.975
463.700
511.975
869.9875
940.9875
914.9875
RX #6
173.925
463.750
511.925
869.9375
940.9375
859.9875
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Table 9 Receiver Performance Checks
TEST NAME
COMMUNICATIONS
ANALYZER
RADIO
TEST SET
COMMENTS
Reference
Frequency
Mode: PWR MON
4th channel test frequency◊
Monitor: Frequency error
Input at RF In/Out
TEST MODE,
4 CSQ
output at
antenna
PTT to continuous
during the
performance check)
Frequency error to be
±150Hz
Rated Audio
Mode: GEN
Output level: 1.0mV RF
4th channel test frequency◊
Mod: 1kHz tone at
3kHz deviation (1.5kHz
deviation for 12.5kHz
system)
Monitor: DVM: AC Volts
TEST MODE,
4 CSQ
PTT to OFF (center),
meter selector to
Audio PA
Set volume control to
3.74Vrms
Distortion
As above, except to
distortion
As above
As above
Distortion < 3.0%
Sensitivity
(SINAD)
As above, except SINAD,
lower the RF level for 12dB
SINAD.
As above
PTT to OFF (center)
RF input to be < 0.35µV
Noise Squelch
Threshold
(only radios
with
conventional
system need
to be tested)
RF level set to 1mV RF
As above
PTT to OFF (center),
meter selection to
Audio PA, spkr/load
to speaker
Set volume control to
3.74Vrms
As above, except change
frequency to a conventional
system. Raise RF level from
zero until radio unsquelches.
out of TEST
MODE; select a
conventional
system
As above
Unsquelch to occur at
< 0.25µV.
Preferred SINAD= 8-10dB
◊ See Table 6 or Table 8 as applicable.
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Table 10 Transmitter Performance Checks
TEST
NAME
COMMUNICATIONS
ANALYZER
RADIO
TEST SET
COMMENTS
Reference
Frequency
Mode: PWR MON
4th channel test frequency◊
Monitor: Frequency error
Input at rf In/Out.
TEST MODE,
4 CSQ
PTT to continuous Frequency error to be < 150Hz.
(during the
performance
check).
Power RF
As above.
As above, 4
CSQ
As above.
Refer to Maintenance Specifica
tions page in front of manual.
Voice
Modulation ∆
Mode: PWR MON
As above, 4
4th channel test frequency◊
CSQ
atten to –70, input to RF In/Out,
Monitor: DVM, AC Volts Set 1kHz
Mod Out level for 0.025Vrms at test
set, 80mVrms at AC/DC test set jack
As above, mete
selector to mic.
Deviation:
VHF, UHF, and 800MHz:
≥ 3.6kHz but ≤ 5.0kHz.
Low-Speed
As above.
Data Modulation
800/900 UHF
TEST MODE
4TLS
output at
antenna
PTT to continuous Deviation:
(during the
UHF, 800MHz: ≥ 500Hz but
performance
≤ 1000Hz.
check).
Voice
Modulation
(internal) ∆
Mode: PWR MON
4th channel test frequency◊
atten to –70, input to RF In/Out.
TEST MODE,
4 CSQ,
output at
antenna.
Remove
modulation
input.
Press PTT switch on radio.
Say “four” loudly into the
radio mic. Measure deviation:
VHF, UHF, and 800MHz:
≥ 3.8kHz but ≤ 5.0kHz.
900MHz: ≤ 2.5kHz.
High-Speed
Data
Modulation***
As above.
TEST MODE,
4 THS,
output at
antenna.
PTT to continuous
(during the
performance
check).
Deviation:
UHF and 800MHz:
≥ 2.4kHz but ≤ 3.6kHz.
900MHz: ≥ 1.52kHz but ≤ 1.95kHz.
DTMF
Modulation
As above,
4th channel test frequency◊
TEST MODE,
4 DTMF,
output at
antenna.
As above.
Deviation:
VHF, UHF, and 800MHz:
≥ 3.05kHz but ≤ 3.45kHz.
900MHz: ≥ 1.5kHz but ≤ 1.9kHz.
PL/DPL
Modulation
(radios with
conventional,
clear mode,
coded squelch
operation only)
Change frequency to a
conventional transmit
frequency, BW to narrow.
Conventional As above.
coded squelch
personality
(clear mode
operation).
4 TPL
4 DPL
Deviation:
VHF, UHF, and 800MHz:
≥ 500Hz but ≤ 1000Hz.
Talk-around
Modulation
(radios with
conventional,
clear mode,
talk-around
operation only
Change frequency to conventional
talk-around frequency.
Mode: PWR MON
deviation, attenuation to –70,
input to RF In/Out
Monitor: DVM, AC volts
Mod: 1kHz Out level for 25mVrms
at test set.
Conventional As above.
talk-around
personality
(clear mode
operation).
1 CSQ
Deviation:
UHF and 800MHz: ≥ 3.8kHz
but ≤ 5.0kHz.
Talk-around
Modulation
(radios with
conventional,
secure mode,
talk-around
operation only
(**)
Change frequency to conventional
talk-around frequency.
Mode: PWR MON
deviation, attenuation to –70,
input to RF In/Out
Monitor: DVM, AC volts
Mod: 1kHz Out level for 25mVrms
at test set.
Conventional As above.
talk-around
personality
(secure mode
operation).
Load key into
radio
1 Sec.
Deviation:
UHF and 800MHz: ≥ 3.6kHz
but ≤ 4.4kHz.
*
**
***
∆
◊
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900MHz: ≥ 250Hz but ≤ 500Hz.
900MHz: ≥ 1.95kHz but
≤ 2.45kHz.
800 MHz radios only
The secure mode, talk-around modulation test is only required for trac mode radios which
do not have clearmode talk-around capability.
Trunked Only
When testing voice modulation in the continuous mode, AGC must be disabled.
See Table 6 or Table 8 as applicable.
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Error-Code
Displays
Power-up Display
Codes
At power-up, the radio performs cursory tests to determine if its basic
electronics and software are in working order. Problems detected
during these tests are presented as error codes on the radio display. The
presence of an error code should prompt the user that a problem exists
and that a service technician should be contacted.
Self-test errors are classified as either fatal or non-fatal. Fatal errors will
inhibit user operation, while non-fatal errors will not. Use Table 11 to
aid in understanding particular power-up error code displays.
Table 11 Power-up Display Codes
FAILURE DISPLAY
14-Character 6-Character
Display
Display
TYPE OF
FAILURE
DESCRIPTION
POSSIBLE
SOURCE
ERROR 01/02
E01/02
NON-FATAL
External EEPROM checksum
error
Bad external codeplug data
ERROR 01/12
E01/12
NON-FATAL
Internal EEPROM checksum
error
Bad internal codeplug data
ERROR 09/10
E09/10
FAIL 01/81
F01/81
FATAL
External ROM/Flash checksum
error
Bad ROM data, Defective ROM
FAIL 01/82
F01/82
FATAL
External EEPROM checksum
error
Bad external codeplug data,
Defective external EEPROM
FAIL 01/84
F01/84
FATAL
External EEPROM checksum
blank
Unprogrammed external
codeplug data
FAIL 01/88
F01/88
FATAL
External RAM error
Defective RAM
FAIL 01/90
F01/90
FATAL
Hardware failure
Defective IC
FAIL 01/92
F01/92
FATAL
Internal EEPROM checksum
error
Bad internal codeplug data,
Defective microcontroller
FAIL 01/93
F01/93
FATAL
Flashport security error
Improper RSS
FAIL 01/94
F01/94
FATAL
Internal EEPROM checksum
blank
Unprogrammed internal
codeplug data
FAIL 01/98
F01/98
FATAL
Internal RAM error
Defective microcontroller
NOTE:
NOTE: Refer to the Secure Module Appendix “ERROR 09/10” section at the rear of
this manual for more information.
Due to the nature of fatal ROM and RAM errors, it may not be possible to present
an error code on the display. In these cases the radio will attempt to display the
appropriate error code, generate an illegal mode tone for one second and then
reset its microcontroller.
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Operational Display
Codes
During operation, the radio performs dynamic tests to determine if it
is working properly. Problems detected during these tests are presented
as error codes on the radio display. The presence of an error code
should prompt a user that a problem exists and that a service
technician should be contacted. Use Table 12 to aid in understanding
particular operational error code displays.
Table 12 Operational Display Codes
FAILURE CODE
DESCRIPTION
POSSIBLE SOURCE
F001
Synthesizer out of lock
Bad frequency data in codeplug;
defective synthesizer
FAIL 002
F002
Selected Mode (Zone/Channel)
codeplug checksum error
Bad codeplug data
FAIL 100
F100
Incompatible trunking
software and hardware
Trunking hardware decoder disabled in
codeplug; old SLIC IC version
FAIL 101
F101
Incompatible MDC1200
software and hardware
MDC 1200 hardware decoder disabled in
codeplug; old SLIC IC version
14-Character
Display
6-Character
Display
FAIL 001
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Radio Alignment
Procedure
General
An IBM PC (personal computer) and Radio Service Software (RSS) are
required to align the radio. Refer to the applicable RSS manual for
installation and setup procedures for the software. To perform the
alignment procedures, the radio must be connected to the PC, RIB
(radio interface box), and Universal Test Set as shown in Figure 1.
30 dB PAD
SERVICE MONITOR
OR COUNTER
30 dB PAD
WATTMETER
TRANSMIT
BNC
RF GENERATOR
RECEIVE
SMA-BNC
58-80348B33
SET TO APPROX. 800mV FOR TX
S1347D
POWER
SUPPLY
BATTERY
ELIMINATOR
RLN-1014A
AUDIO IN
TEST BOX
RTX-4005B
RADIO
TX
RX
AUDIO GENERATOR
SINAD METER
AC VOLTMETER
PROGRAM/TEST CABLE
RKN-4035A
MEASURE 80mV AT THE
AC/DC METER PORT FOR TX
COMPUTER
DATA
BUSY
GND
RIB
RLN-4008B
RIB POWER SUPPLY
01-80357A57 (120V)
COMPUTER INTERFACE
CABLE
30-80369B71
30-80369B72 (IBM "AT" ONLY)
Figure 1 Radio Alignment Test Setup
MAEPF-22856-B
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Service
Menu
F3
F2
Transmitter
Alignment
Menu
F2 - Reference Oscillator
F3 - Tx Power
F4 - Tx Dev Balance
F5 - Tx Dev Limit
F6 - Tx Dev Reference
F7 - Tx VCO Crossover
F4
Signalling
Alignment
Menu
Receiver
Alignment
Menu
F2 - Front End (VHF/UHF)
F3 - Rated Audio
F4 - Squelch (25/30 kHz)
F5 - Squelch (20 kHz)
F6 - Squelch (12.5 kHz)
F7 - RX VCO Crossover
F2 - DTMF
F3 - Trunking
F4 - MDC 1200
F6
Test
Mode
Menu
Note: F2 = Function Key 2
MAEPF-22857-A
Figure 2 RSS Service Menu Layout
All service and tuning procedures are performed from the SERVICE
menu, which is selected by pressing F2 from the MAIN MENU.
Figure 2 illustrates how the RSS SERVICE screens are organized.
All SERVICE screens read and program the radio codeplug directly; you
do NOT have to use the RSS GET/SAVE functions to use the SERVICE
menus. You will be prompted at each screen to save changed values
before exiting the screen. RSS references in this manual are to
HT 1000 / JT 1000 RSS. Some slight differences may be noted it you are
using the MTS/MTX RSS.
!
Caution
Do NOT switch radios in the middle of any
SERVICE procedure. Always use the EXIT key to
return to the MAIN menu screen before
disconnecting the radio. Improper exits from the
SERVICE screens may leave the radio in an
improperly configured state and result in
seriously degraded radio or system performance.
The radio contains internal test modes that can be accessed from the
RSS. The test modes permit the service technician to easily select
various frequency, modulation, and transmit power combinations to
verify proper operation of the radio. The test modes can be used to
check both transmit and receive operation. From the Service Menu
press F6 to navigate to the TEST MODE screen.
The SERVICE screens introduce the concept of the “softpot”, an analog
SOFTware controlled POTentiometer used for adjusting all transceiver
alignment controls.
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Each SERVICE screen provides the capability to increase or decrease
the ‘softpot’ value with the keyboard UP/DOWN arrow keys
respectively. A graphical scale is displayed indicating the minimum,
maximum, and proposed value of the softpot, as shown in Figure 3.
0
15
Min.
Value
Max.
Value
Figure 3 Softpot Concept
MAEPF-22858-O
Adjusting the softpot value sends information to the radio to increase
(or decrease) a DC voltage in the corresponding circuit. For example,
pressing the UP arrow key at the Reference Oscillator screen instructs
the radio microprocessor to increases the voltage across a varactor in
the reference oscillator to increase the frequency.
In ALL cases, the softpot value is just a relative number corresponding
to a D/A (Digital-to-Analog) generated voltage in the radio. All
standard measurement procedures and test equipment are similar to
previous radios.
Perform the following procedures in the sequence indicated.
Reference Oscillator
Alignment
Adjustment of the reference oscillator is critical for proper radio
operation. Improper adjustment will not only result in poor operation,
but also a misaligned radio that will interfere with other users
operating on adjacent channels. For this reason, the reference
oscillator should be checked every time the radio is serviced or once a
year, whichever comes first. The frequency counter used for this
procedure must have a stability of 0.1 ppm (or better).
1. From the SERVICE menu, press F2 to select TRANSMITTER
alignment.
2. Press F2 again to select the REFERENCE OSCILLATOR softpot.
3. Press F6 to key the radio. The screen will indicate that the radio is
transmitting.
4. Measure the transmit frequency on your service monitor.
5. Use the UP/DOWN arrow keys to adjust the reference oscillator per
the targets shown in Table 13.
Table 13 Reference Oscillator Alignment
BAND
TARGET
VHF
0 to 300 Hz
UHF
0 to 300 Hz
800/900 MHz
0 to 300 Hz
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Front-End
Pre-Selector
(VHF/UHF only)
NOTE:
This procedure is only required for tuning the
front-end filter varactors in the VHF and UHF
models. The 800 and 900 MHz models utilize a
stripline pre-selector.
1. Set the Test Box (RTX4005B) meter selection switch to the “VOL”
position, and connect a dc voltmeter capable of 1mV resolution
on a 2V scale to the Test Box AC/DC meter port to monitor the
Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI).
2. From the SERVICE menu, press F3 to select RECEIVER alignment.
3. Press F2 to select the FRONT END FILTER softpot. The screen will
indicate the receive frequencies at which the filter is to be tuned.
4. Set the RF test generator to the first receive frequency +150 Hz. Set
the RF level at the radio standard antenna port to 4.0 µVolts with
no modulation.
5. Adjust the UP/DOWN arrow keys to obtain a peak voltage on the
dc voltmeter.
6. Press F8 to program the softpot value.
7. Repeat steps 4-6 for the remaining test frequencies.
8. Press F10 and F2 to return to the RECEIVER menu.
Rated Audio
1. Set test box (RTX-4005B) meter selection switch to the “AUDIO
PA” position and connect an ac voltmeter to the test box ac/dc
meter port.
2. Press F3 to select the RATED AUDIO softpot. The screen will
indicate the receive test frequency to be used.
3. Set the RF test generator to the receive test frequency, and set the
RF level at the radio standard antenna port to 1 mV modulated
with standard test modulation (see Table 14).
Table 14 Standard Test Modulation (1 kHz Tone)
Band
Deviation
VHF/UHF/800 MHz
3.0 kHz
900 MHz
1.5 kHz
4. Adjust the UP/DOWN arrow keys to obtain rated audio (as close as
possible to 3.74 Vrms) into a speaker (28 ohms) or equivalent
resistive load.
5. Press F8 to program the softpot value.
6. For HearClear-equipped radios, go to step 7; otherwise press F10 to
return to the RECEIVER menu.
7. Now set the RF test generator to the receive test frequency, and set
the RF level at the radio standard antenna port to 1 mV modulated
with a 1kHz tone, 1.2kHz deviation.
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8. Select the Hear Clear RATED AUDIO softpot, and adjust the UP/
DOWN arrow keys to obtain rated audio (3.74 Vrms) into a speaker
(28 ohms) or equivalent resistive load.
9. Press F8 to program the softpot value.
10.Press F10 to return to the RECEIVER menu.
Squelch
NOTE: Verify that audio output is set to rated audio
(3.74 Vrms)
1. Select the 25kHZ squelch tuning menu. (note: 25 kHZ must be
tuned before tuning either 12.5kHZ or 20kHZ squelch).
2. With no signal applied, decrease the softpot value until squelch
opens. Set the RF test generator to the frequency plus the
following offset; (VHF: +200HZ), (UHF: +200HZ), (800MHZ:
+500HZ). Adjust the generator for 8 to 10 dB Sinad.
3. Increase the softpot until the squelch closes.
4. Monitor for squelch chatter. If chatter is present, increase the
softpot until no chatter is detected. Press F8 to program the softpot
value. Press ENTER to select the next softpot adjustment.
5. Repeat step 2 through 4 for all test frequencies shown on the
screen.
6. If you are using 25kHZ channel spacing, skip to step 8. Otherwise,
go into the 12.5kHZ or 20kHZ squelch tuning menus.
7. Repeat steps 2 through 5.
8. Press F10, then F10 again to return to the service menu.
Transmitter Power
VHF and UHF radios require two power-level adjustments, a highpower or rated-power adjustment, and a low-power adjustment. The
low power adjustment is required since the radio may be used in a
reduced power mode, or with a vehicular adapter.
NOTE:
All power measurements are to be made at the
antenna port.
1. From the SERVICE menu, press F2 to select TRANSMITTER
alignment.
2. Press F3 to select the TRANSMIT POWER softpot. The screen will
indicate the transmit test frequencies to be used.
3. Begin with the highest test frequency shown.
4. Press F6 to key the radio, and use the UP/DOWN arrow keys to
adjust the transmit power per the value shown in Table 15.
5. Press F6 to dekey the radio, and then press F8 to program the
value.
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for the remaining test frequencies.
7. Press F10, then F2 to return to the TRANSMIT menu.
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Table 15 Transmit Power Setting
VHF
Power Level
UHF
Test Frequencies
136 - 174MHz
177.975MHz
5W
5.2 - 5.4
4.2 - 4.4
1W
1.2 - 1.4
1.2 - 1.4
Power Level
Test Frequencies
450 - 512MHz
512 - 520MHz
4W
4.2 - 4.4
3.2 - 3.4
1W
1.2 - 1.4
1.2 - 1.4
800 MHz
900 MHz
Power Level
All Test Frequencies
Power Level
All Test Frequencies
3W
3.2 - 3.4
2.4 W (Typ.)
2.9 W (Max.)
2.4 - 2.6
Transmit
Deviation Balance
(Compensation)
Compensation alignment balances the modulation sensitivity of the
VCO and reference modulation (synthesizer low frequency port) lines.
The compensation algorithm is critical to the operation of signalling
schemes that have very low frequency components (e.g. DPL) and
could result in distorted waveforms if improperly adjusted.
NOTE: Disable all audio band filters on the service monitor.
NOTE: (Secure-Equipped Radios Only)
If a secure module is currently installed in the radio
being aligned, refer to the appendix at the rear of this
manual. Read section III, “Secure Alignment
Procedure”, before performing the transmit deviation
balance (compensation) procedure.
1. Press F4 to select the TRANSMIT DEVIATION BALANCE softpot.
The screen will indicate the transmit test frequencies to be used.
2. Begin with the lowest test frequency shown on the screen.
3. Set the Test Box (RTX4005B) meter selector switch to the “MX
DISC” position, and inject an 80Hz tone at 100mVrms into the
AC/DC MTR port. Keep the ac voltmeter in parallel to ensure the
proper input signal level.
4. Press F6 to key the radio, and measure deviation. Record this
measurement.
5. Change the input tone to 3 kHz, 100mVrms and use the UP/
DOWN arrow keys to adjust the deviation to within ±2% of the
value recorded in step 4.
6. Change the input tone back to 80 Hz and measure the deviation.
7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 until the 3kHz tone deviation is within ±2%
of the 80Hz tone deviation.
8. Press F6 to dekey the radio, and press F8 to program the softpot
value. Press ENTER to move to next softpot value.
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9. Repeat steps 3 through 8 for the remaining test frequencies.
10.Press F10 to return to the TRANSMIT menu.
NOTE:
Transmit Deviation
Limit
The step size change for step 5 is
approximately 2.5% per softpot value. This
adjustment should only be made to the 3kHz
deviation. Do not adjust the 80Hz deviation.
1. Press F5 to select the TRANSMIT DEVIATION LIMIT softpot. The
screen will indicate the transmit test frequencies to be used.
2. Begin with the lowest test frequency shown on the screen.
3. With the meter selector switch (RTX4005B) set to MIC, inject a
1kHz tone on the AUDIO IN terminal on the test set, 80mVrms as
measured on the AC/DC MTR port.
4. Press F6 to key the radio, and use the UP/DOWN arrow keys to
adjust the deviation per the values shown in Table 16.
Table 16 Transmit Deviation Limit
BAND
Deviation (KHz)
VHF/UHF/800 MHz
4.30 - 4.60
900 MHz
2.20 - 2.30
5. Press F6 to dekey the radio, and press F8 to program the softpot
value. Press ENTER to move to the next softpot value.
6. Repeat steps 3-5 for the remaining frequencies shown on the
screen.
7. Press F10 to return to the TRANSMIT menu.
Transmit Deviation
Limit Reference
NOTE:
This procedure is required for VHF, UHF, and
800 MHz models with 20kHz channel spacing
and VHF and UHF models with 12.5kHz
channel spacing. This procedure is not
required for 900MHz models.
1. Press F6 to select the TRANSMIT DEVIATION LIMIT REFERENCE
softpot.
2. With the meter selector switch (RTX4005B) set to MIC, inject a
1kHz tone on the AUDIO IN terminal on the test set, 80mVrms as
measured on the AC/DC MTR port.
3. Press F6 to key the radio, and use the UP/DOWN arrow keys to
adjust the deviation per Table 17.
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Table 17 Transmit Deviation Limit Reference
Channel Spacing
Deviation (kHz)
20 KHz
3.40 - 3.60
12.5 KHz
2.20 - 2.30
4. Press F6 to dekey the radio, and press F8 to program the softpot
value.
5. Press F10 to return to the TRANSMIT menu.
VCO Crossover
Frequency
NOTE:
This procedure is only required after the field
repair of a VHF or UHF VCO.
In order for a phase-locked-loop to tune very wide bandwidths, both
negative and positive control voltages (Vcntl) are required. This
procedure sets the crossover frequency at which the negative Vcntl
(or –Vee) switches from zero to negative.
Transceiver Board
Identification
VHF Radios
VHF transceiver board NUD7070 and NUD7085 (“C” and later) kits
include new VCO varactors, and are factory aligned with a new
transmit VCO crossover frequency of 164.850MHz.
Since the transmit crossover frequency has changed, whenever
transmit VCO crossover alignment (an RSS function) is performed,
circuit board identification will be important. The “C” kits can be
identified by the circuit board number 5511Y02 or 5511Y32 visible on
side 2 of the board, located along the circuit board edge just next to
crystal filter FL1. All future VHF transceiver boards will be in the
“5511Y” series.
Anytime a controller board or transceiver board is replaced in a radio,
it will be necessary to perform the RSS transmit VCO crossover
alignment, and check the transmit VCO crossover frequency. The RSS
screen for this alignment will show a “current value” box
with a frequency already assigned, placed inside the box. When
performing transmit VCO crossover alignment, first check the
transceiver circuit board number. In a VHF radio:
• If the board number is any “5511Y” series number, other than
5511Y01 or 5511Y31, the transmit VCO crossover frequency in the
“current value” box should be 164.850MHz. If it is not, change it
to 164.850MHz.
• If the board number is 5511Y01, 5511Y31 or any other number
not in the 5511Y series, the transmit VCO crossover frequency in
the “current value” box should be 161.50500MHz. If it is not,
change it to 161.50500MHz.
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VCO varactors (CR201, 202, and 203) in “C” and later kits are not
interchangeable with VCO varactors in earlier kits; Motorola parts and
part numbers are different. When replacing a VCO varactor, Identify
the transceiver board and order replacement parts from the applicable
parts list.
UHF, 403-470MHz Radios
UHF transceiver board (403 - 470MHz band split) NUE7231 and
NUE7240 (“C” and later) kits include new VCO varactors, and are
factory aligned with a new transmit VCO crossover frequency of
449.500MHz.
Since the transmit crossover frequency has changed, whenever
transmit VCO crossover alignment (an RSS function) is performed,
UHF band split and circuit board identification will be important.
• UHF band split can positively be determined by checking the
markings on the power amplifier shield. If the power amplifier
shield marking is 25U04 or 85Y10, then the transceiver is a 403 470MHz band split. If the power amplifier shield marking is 25U05
or 85Y11, then the transceiver is a 450 - 520MHz band split.
• The “C” kits can be identified by the circuit board number
4221J07 or 4221J37 visible on side 2 of the board, located along
the circuit board edge just next to crystal filter FL1. All future UHF
transceiver boards will be in the “4221J” series.
Anytime a controller board or transceiver board is replaced in a radio,
it will be necessary to perform the RSS transmit VCO crossover
alignment, and check the transmit VCO crossover frequency. The RSS
screen for this alignment will show a “current value” box
with a frequency already assigned, placed inside the box. When
performing transmit VCO crossover alignment, determine the UHF
transceiver band split, and then check the transceiver circuit board
number. In a UHF radio (403 - 470MHz range):
• If the board number is any “4221J” series number, other than
4221J01 thru 4221J06 or 4221J36, the transmit VCO crossover
frequency in the “current value” box should be 449.500MHz. If it
is not, change it to 449.500MHz.
• If the board number is 4221J01 thru 4221J06, 4221J36, or any
other number not in the 4221J series, the transmit VCO crossover
frequency in the “current value” box should be 438.025MHz. If it
is not, change it to 438.025MHz.
VCO varactors (CR201, 203, 207, 208, and 209) in “C” and later kits
are not interchangeable with VCO varactors in earlier kits; Motorola
parts and part numbers are different. When replacing a VCO varactor,
identify the UHF transceiver band split and the transceiver circuit
board number, and then order replacement parts from the applicable
parts list.
UHF, 450-520MHz Radios
UHF transceiver board (450 - 520MHz band split) NUE7232 and
NUE7241 (“C” and later) kits include new VCO varactors, and are
factory aligned with a new transmit VCO crossover frequency of
495.375MHz.
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Since the transmit crossover frequency has changed, whenever
transmit VCO crossover alignment (an RSS function) is performed,
UHF band split and circuit board identification will be important.
• UHF band split can positively be determined by the markings on
the power amplifier shield. If the power amplifier shield marking
is 25U04 or 85Y10, then the transceiver is a 403 - 470MHz band
split. If the power amplifier shield marking is 25U05 or 85Y11,
then the transceiver is a 450 - 520MHz band split.
• The “C” kits can be identified by the circuit board number
4221J07 or 4221J37 visible on side 2 of the board, located along
the circuit board edge just next to crystal filter FL1. All future UHF
transceiver boards will be in the “4221J” series.
Anytime a controller board or transceiver board is replaced in a radio,
it will be necessary to perform the RSS transmit VCO crossover
alignment, and check the transmit VCO crossover frequency. The RSS
screen for this alignment will show a “current value” box
with a frequency already assigned, placed inside the box. When
performing transmit VCO crossover alignment, determine the UHF
transceiver band split, and then check the transceiver circuit board
number. In a UHF radio (450 - 520MHz range):
• If the board number is any “4221J” series number, other than
4221J01 thru 4221J06 or 4221J36, the transmit VCO crossover
frequency in the “current value” box should be 495.375MHz. If it
is not, change it to 495.375MHz.
• If the board number is 5521Y03, the transmit VCO crossover
frequency in the “current value” box should be 486.025MHz. If it
is not, change it to 486.025MHz.
VCO varactors (CR201, 203, 207, 208, and 209) in “C” and later kits
are not interchangeable with VCO varactors in earlier kits; Motorola
parts and part numbers are different. When replacing a VCO varactor,
identify the UHF transceiver band split and the transceiver circuit
board number, and then order replacement parts from the applicable
parts list.
TX VCO Crossover
Procedure
1. From the SERVICE menu, press F2 to select TRANSMITTER
alignment.
2. Press F7 to select the TRANSMIT VCO CROSSOVER softpot. The
screen will indicate the transmit test frequency to be used.
3. Connect a dc voltmeter capable of 1mV resolution to test point 5
(TP5), which is accessible through a hole in the bottom side VCO
circuitry shield.
4. Beginning with the default softpot frequency of line 2, press F6 to
key the transmitter, and adjust the UP/DOWN arrow keys until the
voltage reading at TP5 is 3.0 ±0.1 volts. The frequency will
increment in steps of 50kHz.
5. Press F6 again to dekey the transmitter, and press F8 to program
the softpot value.
6. Press F10 twice to return to the SERVICE menu.
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RX VCO Crossover
Procedure
1. From the SERVICE menu, press F3 to select RECEIVER alignment.
2. Press F5 to select the RECEIVE VCO CROSSOVER softpot. The
screen will indicate the receive test frequency to be used.
3. Connect a dc voltmeter capable of 1mVolt resolution to test point
5 (TP5), which is accessible through a hole in the bottom side VCO
circuitry shield.
4. Beginning with the default softpot frequency of line 2, adjust the
UP/DOWN arrow keys until the voltage reading at TP5 is
3.0 ±0.1volts.
5. Press F8 to program the softpot value.
6. Press F10 twice to return to the SERVICE menu.
Signalling Deviation
Transmit deviation balance compensation and transmit deviation
limit adjustments should be completed before signalling deviation is
adjusted.
DTMF Tuning
1. From the SERVICE menu, press F4 to select SIGNALLING
alignment.
2. Press F2 to select the DTMF softpot.
3. Press F6 to key the radio on the test frequency. The screen will
indicate that the radio is transmitting.
4. Measure the DTMF deviation on your service monitor.
5. Use the UP/DOWN arrow keys to adjust the DTMF deviation per
Table 18.
6. Press F6 again to dekey the radio.
7. Press F8 to program the softpot value; press F10 to return to the
SIGNALLING menu.
High Speed Signalling
1. From the SERVICE menu, press F4 to select SIGNALLING
alignment.
2. Press F3 to select the TRUNKING HIGH SPEED softpot.
3. Press F6 to key the radio on the test frequency. The screen will
indicate that the radio is transmitting.
4. Measure the TRUNKING HIGH SPEED deviation on your service
monitor.
5. Use the UP/DOWN arrow keys to adjust the TRUNKING HIGH
SPEED deviation per Table 18.
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Table 18 Signalling Deviation
Channel Spacing
(kHz)
DTMF
High
Speed
MDC
Single
Tone
25 / 30
3.05-3.45
2.5-3.5
3.40-3.75
3.0-4.0
20 (VHF/UHF)
2.44-2.76
2.0-2.8
2.6-3.0
2.4-3.2
20 (821-824, 866-869)
2.44-2.76
2.0-2.8
2.6-3.0
2.4-3.2
12.5
1.55-1.85
1.40-1.75
1.640-1.875
1.5-2.0
6. Press F6 again to dekey the radio.
7. Press F8 to program the softpot value; press F10 to return to the
SIGNALLING menu.
MDC 1200
1. From the SERVICE menu, press F4 to select SIGNALLING
alignment.
2. Press F4 to select the MDC softpot.
3. Press F6 to key the radio on the test frequency. The screen will
indicate that the radio is transmitting.
4. Measure the MDC deviation on your service monitor.
5. Use the UP/DOWN arrow keys to adjust the MDC deviation per
Table 18.
6. Press F6 again to dekey the radio.
7. Press F8 to program the softpot value; press F10 twice to return to
the SERVICE menu.
Alignment Procedure
Conclusion
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The radio alignment procedure is now complete; the radio may be
disconnected and returned to service.
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Disassembly and
Reassembly
!
Caution
THIS RADIO CONTAINS STATIC-SENSITIVE
DEVICES. DO NOT OPEN THE RADIO UNLESS
PROPERLY GROUNDED. TAKE THE FOLLOWING
PRECAUTIONS WHEN WORKING ON THIS UNIT.
1. Store and transport all complementary metaloxide semiconductor (CMOS) devices in
conductive material so that all exposed leads
are shorted together. Do not insert CMOS
devices into conventional plastic “snow”
trays used for storage and transportation of
other semiconductor devices.
2. Ground the working surface of the service
bench to protect the CMOS device. We
recommend using the Motorola Static
Protection Assembly (part number
0180386A82), which includes a wrist strap,
two ground cords, a table mat, and a floor
mat.
3. Wear a conductive wrist strap in series with a
100k resistor to ground. Replacement wrist
straps that connect to the bench top covering
are Motorola part number RSX-4015.
4. Do not wear nylon clothing while handling
CMOS devices.
5. Neither insert nor remove CMOS devices
with power applied. Check all power supplies
that are to be used for testing CMOS devices
to be certain that there are no voltage
transients present.
6. When straightening CMOS pins, provide
ground straps for apparatus used.
7. When soldering, use a grounded soldering
iron.
8. If at all possible, handle CMOS devices by the
package and not by the leads. Prior to
touching the unit, touch an electrical ground
to remove any static charge that you may
have accumulated. The package and substrate
may be electrically common. If so, the
reaction of a discharge to the case would
cause the same damage as touching the leads.
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General
Since this product disassembles and reassembles without the use of
any screws, it is important for the technician to pay particular
attention to the snaps and tabs, and how parts align with each other.
NOTE:
Disassembly to Board
Level
In the disassembly/reassembly procedure, the
numbers in parentheses refer to call-out
numbers in the referenced figures.
1. Turn off the radio.
2. Remove the battery (see Figure 4).
a. Hold the radio such that the battery is tilted down.
b. Press down on the two battery-release levers.
c. With the release levers pulled down, the top of the battery
will fall away from the radio.
d. Remove the battery completely from the radio.
A
Figure 4 Removing the Battery
MAEPF-22524-A
3. Loosen the antenna by turning it in a counterclockwise direction,
and remove it from the radio.
4. Remove the volume on/off knob and the channel selector switch
knob by pulling them off their respective switch shafts.
NOTE:
Both knobs slide on and off but fit very snug
on their respective switch shafts. A small flat
blade screwdriver may be necessary to help pry
the knobs loose. Take care not to mar the
surrounding radio surface.
5. Separate the front cover assembly from the internal electronics
(chassis) (see Figure 5).
a. Insert the chassis/front cover separation tool (Motorola part
no. 6680334E07) or like instrument in the slotted area at the
bottom center of the radio. Take care not to mar the O-ring
sealing area on the housing.
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Small Flat Blade
Screwdriver
Chassis
Assembly
Front Cover
Assembly
MAEPF-22571-O
Figure 5 Separating the Cover From the Chassis
b. Pry the bottom of the chassis free from the cover by pushing
the separation tool down and rotating the handle of the
separation tool over and behind the base of the radio. This
prying action forces the thin inner plastic wall toward the
base of the radio, which releases the two chassis base tabs.
NOTE:
A flexible ribbon cable (front cover/display
flex), which connects to the front cover
assembly and the chassis, keeps you from
completely separating the two units.
c. Lay the chassis down, and rotate the front cover back and
partially away from the chassis (see Figure 6).
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Unit with
latest Front Shield
Unit with
early Front Shield
Front Cover
Assembly
Front Cover
Assembly
Front Cover/
Display Flex
Front Cover/
Display Flex
Chassis
Assembly
Chassis
Assembly
MAEPF-27016-O
MAEPF-22572-O
Figure 6 Rotating the Front Cover
TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS DEPT.
6. Disconnect the front cover display flex from the connector on the
chassis.
NOTE:
A special locking connector secures the flex to
the chassis (see Figure 7).
Top Corner
Pry Here
1/8
”
Flex Released
From Connector
Flex Locked
in Connector
Top Corner
Pry Here
Figure 7 Disconnecting the Flex
a. Use the flex connector opening tool, large curved end
(Motorola part no. 6680334E08), or like instrument to help
raise the sliding portion of the connector approximately 1/8
of an inch from its seated position. A slight prying action will
achieve the best results for unlocking the connector.
b. Remove the flex from the chassis connector.
7. Remove the contoured O-ring/antenna bushing seal from the
chassis.
8. Disconnect the controls flex from the connector on the controller
board by following the procedure in step 6a and 6b.
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NOTE: A large portion of the controls flex is attached to the
large metal shield (front shield) with adhesive. Do not
remove the controls flex from the front shield.
9. As a unit, separate the control top, the front shield, and the
controls flex from the chassis and circuit boards (see Figure 8).
NOTE: Three locking clips (four tabs on early front shield)
secure the front shield to the chassis and hold the RF
board and the controller board in the chassis.
Unit with
early Front Shield
Four (4)
Large Tabs
Unit with
latest Front Shield
Control
Top
Recessed
Area for
Prying Loose
PTT Switch
Area
Front
Shield
Three (3)
Locking Clips
Control
Top
Controls
Flex
MAEPF-22574-A
Recessed
Area for
Prying Loose
PTT Switch
Area
Front
Shield
Controls
Flex
MAEPF-27017-O
Figure 8 Separating Control Top From the Chassis
a. Loosen the front shield by prying each of the three clips (four
tabs on early front shield) away from the chassis. Be careful
not to pry the clips/tabs any more than is necessary to free
them from their respective retaining slots. To completely
loosen the shield from the chassis, a slight lifting and
clockwise twisting action may be required.
b. Insert a small, flat-blade screwdriver in the recessed area of
the control top and pry the control top slightly away from the
chassis.
c. Completely remove the control top/front shield/controls flex
unit from the chassis.
10.Carefully remove the RF board and the controller board from the
chassis.
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NOTE:
The RF board and the controller board are
connected together with a stiff connector strip
(P301/P704. See Figure 9.
Controller
Board
RF Board
Connector
Strip
Chassis
MAEPF-22575-A
Figure 9 Removing the RF and Controller Boards
Disassembly of
Control Top
1. Remove the rubber controls seal from the control top.
2. Turn the control top such that the grey switch housing cover is
facing up.
a. Five retaining clips hold the switch housing cover to the
switch housing. Clips 1, 2, and 3 are important during
disassembly (see Figure 10).
NOTE:
To perform step 2b, two tools will be required;
your thumbnail or small, flat-blade
screwdriver, and a pen, pencil, or another
small, flat-blade screwdriver.
b. Using your thumbnail or small, flat-blade screwdriver, lift the
tab that covers the base of the LED approximately 1/16 of an
inch from its seated position. While applying constant lifting
pressure there, (in order) release clips 1, 2, and 3 with the
other tool.
Clip 5
Clip 1
Clip 4
Switch Housing
Cover
Switch
Housing
Clip 3
Clip 2
Lift
Tab
MAEPF-22576-O
Figure 10 Switch Housing Retaining Clips
c. The cover will pop loose from the switch housing.
3. Push the three switches and the LED out of the switch housing.
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4. The remainder of the controls flex is attached to the switch
housing with adhesive. Do not remove the flex from the switch
housing unless it is absolutely necessary.
Disassembly of Front
Cover Assembly
1. On top display model radios only, release the display board by
using a “press and pull” action on the top two corners of the
display board. Press down on the two top corners of the display
board and pull the top of the board away from the two corner
retaining tabs. The display board will free itself from the retaining
tabs and two retaining slots in the front cover housing.
2. Remove the wedge connector (part of the front cover flex, located
behind the universal connector), by sliding it out of the plastic
rails that hold it in place. A slight prying action, alternating back
and forth on the bottom corners of the connector, achieves the
best results. Be careful not to damage the spring contacts on the
wedge.
3. Remove the speaker retainer bracket, speaker, microphone, and
front cover flex from the front cover housing (see Figure 11).
Small Flat Blade
Screwdriver
Sound
Dampening
Pad
Speaker
Retainer Bracket
Retaining
Tab
Front Cover
Assembly
Figure 11 Removing the Speaker and Flex From the Front Cover
MAEPF-22577-B
NOTE:
The speaker and front cover flex are held in
position with a three-leg retainer bracket. The
legs of the bracket are secured by slots in the
front cover. When removing the retainer
bracket, use caution not to damage the speaker.
a. Disengage the retainer bracket leg that points toward the
bottom of the front cover from its retaining tab.
(1) Insert a small, flat-blade screwdriver under the base of the
bracket leg near the ring.
(2) Lift the bracket leg until it pops loose from under its
retaining tab.
b. Lift the freed leg of the retainer bracket and use it to pull the
remaining two legs of the bracket out and away from their
respective slots in the front cover housing.
c. Pull the rubber microphone boot, containing the
microphone, from its seated position. Unless you are
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replacing the microphone, leave the microphone in the boot.
4. Remove, if necessary, and replace the sound dampening pad.
5. As necessary, replace the speaker and/or microphone while out of
the front cover housing.
NOTE:
If the microphone is replaced, ensure that the
microphone is reinstalled back into the rubber
boot with the microphone port facing the
round hole at the bottom of the boot.
6. On front display model radios only, notice that the keypad/display
board is secured to the front cover housing using six tabs, three
small tabs on one side and three larger tabs on the universal
connector side. Remove the keypad/display board by inserting a
small flat-blade screwdriver in the circuit board slot provided (slot
nearest the top retaining tab on the universal connector side of the
radio, see Figure 12). A slight prying action will release the keypad/
display board. If applicable, remove the rubber keypad.
NOTE:
Be careful not to mar the front cover housing
O-ring sealing area. Doing so will compromise
the sealing integrity of the radio.
Keypad/Display
Board
Insert Screwdriver
Blade in This Slot
Six Retaining
Tabs
Universal
Connector
Figure 12 Removing the Keypad/Display Board
Reassembly
Reassembly is the reverse of disassembly. Some suggestions and
illustrations are provided to help you more easily reassemble the radio.
Keypad/Display Board
(front display model
radios only)
1. If applicable, replace the rubber keypad.
2. Place the keypad/display board into the front cover housing at an
angle such that the three small slots on the edge of the board slide
under the three mating retaining tabs. Ensure that the board slides
under the tabs.
3. Near the three larger slots on the other side of the board, use finger
pressure to push and press that side of the board down until it
snaps into place under the three large retaining tabs.
Front Cover Assembly
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1. Place the speaker and microphone into their respective positions
in the front cover. Make sure that the speaker is seated properly in
the recessed area provided.
2. Press the rubber microphone boot into its respective recessed area
in the front cover housing. The little rubber flap in the back of the
rubber boot should fold up to cover the microphone insertion
opening.
3. Reinstall the speaker retainer bracket (see Figure 13).
2. Grasp Clip
Here and Here,Then Push Leg Into Slot
1. Inset Legs
Into Slots
Figure 13 Reinstalling the Speaker Retainer
Bracket
MAEPF-22578-A
a. Position the spring bracket over the speaker, and toward the
top of the front cover housing; insert the appropriate two legs
of the bracket into their respective slots.
b. Grasp the center portion of the spring bracket (ring area) with
thumb and forefinger.
c. While holding the ring area of the spring bracket at
approximately the same height as the speaker’s base, push the
remaining leg down and into its respective slot.
4. Orient the wedge connector so that its gold contacts face the gold
contacts of the housing. Align the wedge connector with the
respective slots in the housing, and slide the connector down into
place. Ensure that the wedge connector is fully seated into
position.
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5. On top display model radios only, seat the display board by
inserting the two display board tabs into their mating slots in the
front cover housing. Push the top of the display board toward the
top of the radio until the front cover housing retaining tabs
engage the display board and secure it into position.
Chassis
Inside of the chassis where the RF board fits is a protruding block that
functions as the PA heatsink. To help provide maximum heat transfer,
ensure that the PA heatsink block (top surface) includes a thermal pad
(Motorola part number 7505922Z01) adhered to it.
Place the RF board and controller board into the chassis. Ensure that
the plastic cover that more rigidly holds the two boards together is
snapped into place.
Control Top
1. Reinstall the switches and LED into the switch housing.
2. Reinstall the switch housing cover onto the switch housing by
sliding tabs 4 and 5 of the cover into their respective clips on the
housing. Then press down on the cover to engage tabs 1, 2, and 3.
Control Top/
Front Shield/
Controls Flex
as a Unit to Chassis
1. Slide the control top into the appropriate position in the chassis,
and place the front shield into position over the chassis and circuit
boards.
2. Check to see that the three clip recesses (four large tabs on early
front shield) of the front shield are aligned with the respective
slots on the sides of the chassis, then snap the front shield in
place. Ensure that the shield is fully seated, especially in the PTT
switch area.
3. a. Units using early front shield with tabs (no separate clips),
skip step three (3); proceed to step four (4).
b. Units using latest front shield with separate clips – Insert clip 1
(Motorola part number 4285350C01) onto front shield by
orienting clip stamped “1” with front shield recess stamped “1”.
Insert the narrow hook end of the clip into the slot of the front
shield. While keeping the clip hook in to the front shield slot,
press the bent portion of the clip toward the front shield until it
snaps into place. The two remaining clips (Motorola part number
4285350C02) are stamped “2”. Insert these clips into the recessed
areas on the front shield stamped “2”, and snap them into place as
was done with clip stamped “1”.
4. Slide the connector end of the controls flex into the special
locking connector mounted on the control board. Ensure that the
flex is fully seated into the board connector and secure the
connection.
NOTE:
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View the flex connection at a slight angle from
the bottom of the radio (see Figure 14). If the
flex is fully seated, the orange circuit plating
will be parallel with the connector top surface
and three reliefs in the plating will make the
flex plating appear to be separated. If the
orange plating of the flex is not parallel with
the connector's top surface, or the three reliefs
are raised enough to see plating under them,
then the flex is not fully seated.
Flex Not Fully Seated
in Connector
Flex Fully Seated
in Connector
Plating
Reliefs
Misaligned
MAEPF-22579-A
Figure 14 Seating the Flex
5. Reinstall the rubber controls top seal on the control top.
NOTE:
Front Cover Assembly to
Chassis
Two tabs are provided in the emergency button
area to help hold the seal in place.
1. Install the contoured O-ring/antenna bushing seal around the
antenna and in the groove provided (see Figure 15).
Unit with
early Front Shield
Unit with
latest Front Shield
Contoured O-ring/
Antenna Bushing Seal
Contoured O-ring/
Antenna Bushing Seal
MAEPF-27018-O
Figure 15 Installing the O-Ring/Antenna Bushing Seal
2. Orient the front cover assembly with the chassis, and insert the
front cover/display flex connector into the locking connector of
the controller board (refer back to Figure 6). Secure the
connection. View the flex connection at a slight angle from the
top of the radio and ensure that the flex connector is fully seated
into the locking connector as illustrated in Figure 7.
3. Check to make sure that the O-ring is in place, and slide the
chassis (control top first) into the front cover assembly. Check to
ensure that the orange emergency button seal slides into position
freely.
NOTE:
When performing the next part of this step,
pay particular attention to the O-ring near the
bottom of the radio to ensure that it does not
raise up and get pinched between the front
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cover clip and the chassis.With the top of the
chassis fully seated, lower the bottom of the
chassis and press it into the front cover
assembly until it snaps into place.
4. Check the emergency button again. If it is cocked to one side,
repositioning it will be necessary.
Knobs, Antenna, and
Battery
1. Reinstall the switch knobs and antenna; the shorter knob with the
volume on/off switch, the taller knob with the channel selector
switch.
2. Reinstall the battery.
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7
Maintenance
Introduction
This section of the manual describes preventive maintenance, safe
handling of CMOS devices, and repair procedures and techniques.
Each of these topics provides information vital to the successful
operation and maintenance of your radio.
Preventive
Maintenance
In order to avoid operating outside the limits set by the FCC, it is
recommended that the reference oscillator of the HT 1000, JT 1000,
MT 2000, MTS 2000, and MTX radio be aligned every time the radio is
disassembled, or once a year, whichever comes first. Periodic visual
inspection and cleaning are also recommended.
Inspection
Check that the external surfaces of the radio are clean, and that all
external controls and switches are functional. A detailed inspection of
the interior electronic circuitry is not needed or desired.
Cleaning
The following procedures describe the recommended cleaning agents
and the methods to be used when cleaning the external and internal
surfaces of the radio. External surfaces include the front cover, chassis
(rear cover), and battery case. These surfaces should be cleaned
whenever a periodic visual inspection reveals the presence of smudges,
grease, and/or grime. Internal surfaces should be cleaned only when
the radio is disassembled for servicing or repair.
The only recommended agent for cleaning the external radio surfaces is a
0.5% solution of a mild dishwashing detergent, such as JOY®, in water.
The only factory recommended liquid for cleaning the printed circuit
boards and their components is isopropyl alcohol (70% by volume).
!
Caution
The effects of certain chemicals and their vapors
can have harmful results on certain plastics.
Aerosol sprays, tuner cleaners, and other
chemicals should be avoided.
Cleaning External Plastic
Surfaces
The detergent-water solution should be applied sparingly with a stiff,
non-metallic, short-bristled brush to work all loose dirt away from the
radio. A soft, absorbent, lintless cloth or tissue should be used to
remove the solution and dry the radio. Make sure that no water
remains entrapped near the connectors, cracks, or crevices.
Cleaning Circuit Boards and
Components
Isopropyl alcohol may be applied with a stiff, non-metallic, shortbristled brush to dislodge embedded or caked materials located in
hard-to-reach areas. The brush stroke should direct the dislodged
material out and away from the inside of the radio.
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Alcohol is a high-wetting liquid and can carry contamination into
unwanted places if an excessive quantity is used. Make sure that
controls or tunable components are not soaked with the liquid. Do not
use high-pressure air to hasten the drying process, since this could
cause the liquid to puddle and collect in unwanted places.
Upon completion of the cleaning process, use a soft, absorbent, lintless
cloth to dry the area. Do not brush or apply any isopropyl alcohol to
the frame, front cover, or back cover.
NOTE:
Always use a fresh supply of alcohol and a
clean container to prevent contamination by
dissolved material (from previous usage).
Safe Handling of
CMOS Devices
Complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) devices are used
in this family of radios. While the benefits of CMOS are many, their
characteristics make them susceptible to damage by electrostatic or
high voltage charges. Damage can be latent, resulting in failures
occurring weeks or months later. Therefore, you must take special
precautions to prevent device damage during disassembly,
troubleshooting, and repair. Handling precautions are mandatory for
CMOS circuits, and are especially important in low humidity
conditions. DO NOT attempt to disassemble the radio without first
referring to the CMOS CAUTION paragraph in the Disassembly and
Reassembly section of the manual.
Repair Procedures
and Techniques
Refer to the Disassembly and Reassembly section of the manual for
pertinent information prior to replacing and substituting parts.
General
Parts Replacement and
Substitution
Special care should be taken to be as certain as possible 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
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 nearest Motorola Communications Parts office
listed in the “Replacement Parts Ordering” section of this manual.
Rigid Circuit Boards
This family of radios uses bonded, multi-layer, printed circuit boards.
Since the inner layers are not accessible, some special considerations
are required when soldering and unsoldering components. The
printed-through holes may interconnect multiple layers of the printed
circuit. Therefore, care should be exercised to avoid pulling the plated
circuit out of the hole.
When soldering near the module socket pins, use care to avoid
accidentally getting solder in the socket. Also, be careful not to form
solder bridges between the module socket pins. Closely examine your
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work for shorts due to solder bridges. When removing modules with
metal enclosures, be sure to desolder the enclosure ground tabs as well
as the module pins.
Flexible Circuits
The flexible circuits are made from a different material than the rigid
boards, and different techniques must be used when soldering.
Excessive prolonged heat on the flexible circuit can damage the
material. Avoid excessive heat and excessive bending. For parts
replacement, use the ST-1087 Temperature-Controlled Solder Station
with a 600 or 700 degree tip, and use small diameter solder such as ST633. The smaller size solder will melt faster and require less heat being
applied to the circuit.
To replace a component on a flexible circuit, grasp the edge of the
flexible circuit with seizers (hemostats) near the part to be removed,
and pull gently. Apply the tip of the soldering iron to the component
connections while pulling with the seizers. Do not attempt to puddle
out components. Prolonged application of heat may damage the
flexible circuit.
Specific
During all repair procedures, heating neighboring components can be
minimized by:
• using upper heat only.
• using the correct size heat-focus head, approximately the same size
as the carrier being replaced.
• keeping the heat focus head approximately 1/8” above the printed
circuit board when removing or replacing the device.
!
Caution
Strip Connector (P301/
P704)
If neighboring PBGA components are heated
above 365 degrees F. (185 degrees C.), they will
suffer die-bond delamination and possible
“popcorn” failure.
On the latest version HT 1000, JT 1000, MT 2000, MTS 2000, and MTX
series radios, a strip connector, two female connectors and a strain
relief electrically connect the RF board with the controller board. On
earlier versions of these radios, the RF board and controller board were
connected using a jumper flex that soldered directly to the circuit
board solder pads.
An interconnect kit, REX4350A, is available to retrofit earlier version
jumper-flex radios with the later version strip connector parts. The
REX4350A kit includes the following items:
• CONNECTOR, Female (J301) 0905461X01
• CONNECTOR, Female (J704) 0905461X01
• CONNECTOR, Male (P301/P704) 0905461X01
• STRAIN RELIEF 4205507X01
• INSTRUCTIONS 6880309F14
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Jumper Flex (on radios
shipped prior to 7/94)
Jumper flexes are not available. They are replaced with connectors as
described in paragraph “a” of this section. If the jumper flex needs to
be replaced, order Interconnect Kit REX4350A. The retrofit kit includes
all of the parts required and detailed instructions on the removal of the
old jumper flex, and the installation of the new connector
arrangement.
RF Switch (S101):
Refer to the applicable exploded view and to your radio's RF board
(antenna contact area) to locate the RF switch components.
NOTE:
To Remove the RF Switch:
The RF switch spring and the RF switch piston
must be ordered separately.
1. On VHF and UHF radios, unsolder the two tabs of the RF switch
bracket that secure the RF switch to the RF board. On 800MHz and
900MHz radios, use a #2 slotted screwdriver to straighten the two
tabs of the RF switch bracket that wrap around the RF board. Use
your forefinger to hold the RF switch bracket to the RF board while
straightening the tabs to avoid lifting the solder tabs on the
opposite end of the RF switch bracket.
2. Refer to Figure 16 and use a small heat-focus head to distribute
heat over the area occupied by the three solder tabs until the
solder softens.
3 Solder
Tabs
Figure 16 Solder Tabs
3. Carefully lift the RF switch assembly away from the rf board.
Notice that the RF switch circuit board remains attached (soldered)
to the RF board.
4. Using the same heat-focus head as in steps (2) and (3), unsolder
the RF switch circuit board, and remove it from the RF board using
forceps.
5. In the RF switch circuit board area, reflow all the solder pad areas
on the main RF board such that similarly shaped pads have
uniform solder heights. Add or remove solder as required. Clean
the RF board thoroughly. Then swab on a minimum amount of
flux to each of the solder pads.
To Replace the RF Switch:
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1. Place the RF switch assembly on the RF main board and gently
heat. Visually inspect to make sure no flux migrated onto the gold
plated areas of the RF switch board. The guide pins should provide
self alignment between the two circuit boards. Visually inspect the
plastic switch housing to ensure that it has not warped due to
overheating.
2. While holding the RF switch bracket firmly against the RF board:
• VHF and UHF radios - solder the two leads of the housing to the
solder pads on the RF board.
• 800MHZ and 900MHz radios - bend the two tabs around the side
of the RF board as close to the board edge as possible to hold the
bracket down tightly.
3. Insert the new RF switch spring and RF switch piston into the RF
switch assembly. The contacts of the piston should be facing the
gold-plated pads of the RF switch board. Once the spring and
piston are inserted into the RF switch, they will be retained by the
switch.
Chip Components
Use either the RLN-4062 Hot-Air Repair Station or the Motorola
0180381B45 Repair Station for chip component replacement. When
using the 0180381B45 Repair Station, select the TJ-65 mini-thermojet
hand piece. On either unit, adjust the temperature control to 700
degrees F. (370 degrees C), and adjust the airflow to a minimum
setting. Airflow can vary due to component density.
1. To remove a chip component, select a hot- air hand piece and
position the nozzle of the hand piece approximately 1/8” (0.3cm)
above the component to be removed. Begin applying the hot air.
Once the solder reflows, remove the component using a pair of
tweezers. Using solder wick and a soldering iron or a power
desoldering station, remove the excess solder from the pads.
2. To replace a chip component using a soldering iron, select the
appropriate micro-tipped soldering iron and apply fresh solder to
one of the solder pads. Using a pair of tweezers, position the new
chip component in place while heating the fresh solder. Once
solder wicks onto the new component, remove the heat from the
solder. Heat the remaining pad with the soldering iron and apply
solder until it wicks to the component. If necessary, touch up the
first side. All solder joints should be smooth and shiny.
3. To replace a chip component using hot air, select the hot-air hand
piece and reflow the solder on the solder pads to smooth it. Apply
a drop of solder paste flux to each pad. Using a pair of tweezers,
position the new component in place. Position the hot-air hand
piece approximately 1/8” (0.3cm) above the component and begin
applying heat. Once the solder wicks to the component, remove
the heat and inspect the repair. All joints should be smooth and
shiny.
Plastic-Ball Grid-Array
(PBGA), Over-Molded PadArray Carrier (OMPAC), and
Glob Top Components
The term Plastic-Ball Grid-Array (PBGA) will be used to describe most
of this products type of modules. PBGA modules may be the
construction of an Over-Molded Pad-Array Carrier (OMPAC)
component or “Glob Top” component. A U204 synthesizer
component in one radio may be an OMPAC and the same U204
synthesizer in another radio may be a Glob Top. The two components
look a little different, but are electrically the same and are
interchangeable.
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!
Caution
!
Caution
If neighboring PBGA components are heated
above 365 degrees F. (185 degrees C.), they will
suffer die-bond delamination and possible
“popcorn” failure. To prevent this delamination
problem, circuit boards to be repaired must be
baked in an oven for eight hours at 260 degrees F.
(125 degrees C.) prior to solder repairs.
All pad-array carriers in these radios, except for
the IF IC (U3), are PBGA components. Prior to use,
all PBGA components must be kept in the sealed
bag (with moisture-indicator card) as supplied by
the Motorola Parts Department. Once the sealed
bag is opened and/or the PBGA component
subjected to ambient humidity (for an unknown
amount of time or for more than 96 hours) then
that PBGA component must be baked in an oven
for at least eight hours at 260 degrees F. (125
degrees C.)
During all repair procedures, heating neighboring components can be
minimized by:
• using upper heat only.
• using the correct size heat-focus head, approximately the same size
as the carrier being replaced.
• keeping the heat focus head approximately 1/8”-1/4” (0.3cm0.6cm) above the printed circuit board when removing or
replacing the device.
To Remove a PBGA Component,
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select the R-1319 Rework Station and the appropriate heat- focus head
(approximately the same size as the PBGA. Attach the heat-focus head
to the chimney heater. Adjust the temperature control to
approximately 415 degrees F (215 degrees C); 445 degrees F (230
degrees C) maximum. Apply the solder paste flux around the edge of
the PBGA. Place the circuit board in the circuit board holder, and
position the PBGA component under the heat-focus head. Lower the
vacuum tip and attach it to the PBGA component by turning on the
vacuum pump. Lower the heat-focus head until it is approximately 1/
8”-1/4” (0.3cm-0.6cm) above the carrier. Turn on the heater and wait
until the PBGA component lifts off the circuit board. Once the part is
off, grab it with a pair of tweezers and turn off the vacuum pump.
Remove the circuit board from the R-1319’s circuit board holder.
!
Caution
The application of heat to the PBGA device,
beginning at ambient air temperature and
ending with the PBGA component lifting from
the circuit board, should take longer than 60
seconds. If the PBGA component lifts from the
circuit board earlier than 60 seconds:
• check the temperature control setting on
the rework station, and if OK
• lift the heat-focus head an additional 1/8”
from nominal setting, and
• check the circuit board plating for possible
damage.
To Replace an PBGA component,
the solder pads on the board must first be cleaned of all solder to
ensure alignment of the new chip carrier. Prepare the site by using
solder wick and a soldering iron to remove all solder from the solder
pads on the circuit board. If a power desoldering tool is available, it can
be used instead of the solder wick. Clean the solder pads with alcohol
and a small brush. Dry and inspect. Ensure that all solder is removed.
Once the preparation is complete, place the circuit board back in the
circuit board holder. Add solder paste flux in the trench of the flux
block and spread it using a one-inch putty knife. Flux the PBGA
component by placing it in the trench of the flux block. Once the flux
is applied, place the PBGA component on the circuit board, making
certain that it is oriented correctly on the board. Position the heatfocus head over the PBGA component and lower it to approximately
1/8”-1/4” (0.3cm-0.6cm) over the carrier. Using the same heat setting
used to remove the PBGA component, turn on the heater and wait for
the carrier to reflow (heating and reflow should take longer than 60
seconds).Watch the PBGA component reflow and note that when a
proper reflow has taken place, the PBGA component will drop (usually
one side, then the other). The end result is that both sides have
reflowed, and the PBGA component is sitting parallel to the circuit
board.
Once the carrier reflows, raise the heat-focus head and wait
approximately one minute for the part to cool. Remove the circuit
board and inspect the repair. No cleaning should be necessary.
Thin Small Outline Package
(TSOP) Components
Removing and Replacing a TSOP
Component:
will be done with the R-1319, using the same procedure used to
remove and replace an PBGA component.
Place the circuit board in the circuit board holder. Select the proper
heat focus head and attach it to the heater chimney. Position the TSOP
component under the heat-focus head. Lower the vacuum tip and
attach it to the component by turning on the vacuum pump. Lower
the focus head until it is approximately 1/8”-1/4” (0.3cm-0.6cm)
above the component. Turn on the heater and wait until the TSOP lifts
off the circuit board.
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Once the part is off, turn off the heat, grab the part with a pair of
tweezers, and turn off the vacuum pump. Prepare the circuit board for
the new component by applying solder paste flux to the solder pads.
Position the circuit board under the heat-focus head, lower the head
to approximately 1/8”-1/4” (0.3cm-0.6cm) above the board, and turn
on the heat. When the solder left behind on the pads reflows, turn off
the heat and raise the heat-focus head. Remove the circuit board from
the holder and inspect the pads to ensure that the solder has flattened
out and that there are no solder shorts. Clean the area with alcohol
and a small brush.
Once the preparation is complete, place the circuit board back in the
circuit board holder. Add solder paste flux to the solder pads and place
the new component on the circuit board. Position the heat-focus head
over the component and lower it to approximately 1/8”-1/4” (0.3cm0.6cm) above the carrier. Turn on the heater and wait for the
component to reflow.
Once the component reflows, raise the heat-focus head and wait
approximately one minute for the part to cool. Remove the circuit
board and inspect the repair. No cleaning should be necessary.
Shields
Removing and Replacing the
Shields:
will be done with the R-1319, using the same procedure used to
remove and replace TSOP and PBGA components.
Place the circuit board in the circuit board holder. Select the proper
heat focus head and attach it to the heater chimney. Add solder paste
flux around the base of the shield. Position the shield under the heatfocus head. Lower the vacuum tip and attach it to the shield by
turning on the vacuum pump. Lower the focus head until it is
approximately 1/8”-1/4” (0.3cm-0.6cm) above the shield. Turn on the
heater and wait until the shield lifts off the circuit board. Once the
shield is off, turn off the heat, grab the part with a pair of tweezers, and
turn off the vacuum pump. Remove the circuit board from the circuit
board holder.
To replace the shield, add solder to the shield if necessary, using a
micro-tipped soldering iron. Next, rub the soldering iron tip along the
edge of the shield to smooth out any excess solder. Use solder wick and
a soldering iron to remove excess solder from the solder pads on the
circuit board. Place the circuit board back in the circuit board holder.
Place the shield on the circuit board using a pair of tweezers. Position
the heat-focus head over the shield and lower it to approximately 1/
8”-1/4” (0.3cm-0.6cm) above the shield. Turn on the heater and wait
for the solder to reflow.
Once complete, turn off the heat, raise the heat-focus head, and wait
approximately one minute for the part to cool. Remove the circuit
board and inspect the repair. No cleaning should be necessary.
RF PA (U105)
48
The procedure for removing and replacing the RF PA is very similar to
the procedure for removing and replacing an PBGA or a TSOP
component. But because the device is large, extra heating time is
required to flow the pads. And as a result, neighboring components
(especially those on the opposite side of the circuit board) will heat,
reflow, and may inadvertently move. Be careful when performing the
following procedure.
Refer to Figure 17 for RF PA nomenclature.
PA Cover
Leads
Slab
Solder
Pads
Figure 17 RF PA Nomenclature
To Remove the RF PA,
add flux to the leads of the device, and use a soldering iron and pair of
tweezers to heat and lift each lead free and clear of its respective solder
pad on the circuit board. Use the R-1319 Rework Station and the heatfocus head designed especially for removal of the RF PA. Attach the
heat-focus head to the chimney heater. Adjust the temperature control
to approximately 415 degrees F (215 degrees C) 445 degrees F (230
degrees C) maximum. Apply solder paste to the exposed solder pads
under the PA. Place the circuit board in the circuit board holder, and
position the RF PA under the heat-focus head. Lower the heat-focus
head until it is approximately 1/8”-1/4” (0.3cm-0.6cm) above the PA
cover. Turn on the heater and begin the reflow cycle. Heating time
should not be less than two minutes.
Once the part has reflowed, before trying to remove the PA, carefully
lower the circuit board holder as follows:
• Loosen the thumbscrew on the shaft of the circuit board holder,
• push the spring-loaded holder down and away from the heat-focus
head, and
• retighten the thumbscrew with the holder in the bottomed
position.
Grab the PA with a large pair of tweezers and remove it from the circuit
board. Let the circuit board cool for approximately two minutes. Then
remove the circuit board from the circuit board holder.
To Replace the RF PA;
if necessary, add solder to the PA ground plane on the printed circuit
board. Then clean each PA lead solder pad on the circuit board to
ensure alignment of the new RF PA. Prepare the sight by using solder
wick and a soldering iron to remove all solder from the solder pads.
Clean the solder pads with alcohol and a small brush. Dry and inspect.
Ensure that all solder is removed.
Once the preparation is complete, place the circuit board back in the
circuit board holder. Add solder paste flux to the ground plane and to
the leads’ solder pads. Once the flux is applied, place the new RF PA on
the circuit board, making certain that the PA heatsink sits flush on the
board. Position the heat-focus head over the RF PA and lower it to
approximately 1/8”-1/4” (0.3cm-0.6cm)) above the PA cover. Turn on
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the heater and begin the reflow cycle. Heating time should not be less
than two minutes.
Once the RF PA reflows, raise the heat-focus head and wait
approximately two minute for the part to cool. Remove the circuit
board and inspect the solder joint between the slab and the ground
plane. No cleaning should be necessary. Use the soldering iron and add
solder to each of the RF PA leads and associated pads. Inspect the lead/
pad bond for opens and solder shorts.
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Exploded Views
8
There are several models in this family of radios: HT 1000, JT 1000,
MT 2000, MTS 2000, and MTX Series radios.The exploded view diagrams
in this section illustrate this family of radios by capturing them into one
of four categories:
• basic radios
• top-display radios
• keypad radios
• uni-board radios
Determine which category describes your unit, and use the appropriate
exploded view to help identify components with description and
Motorola part number.
51
Basic Radios and Basic Radios with
Option Mate Optional Front Cover
ITEM
NO.
1
2
3A
3B
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
16A
17
17A
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
52
MOTOROLA
PART NO.
4505896U01
3205902U01
1505627V05
or 1505627V03
1505637V06
or 1505637V07
---------3305183R55
3305183R56
3505535X02
See Note 1
0705470V01
See Note 1
1405330W01
8405310W04
8405333W03
3905517V01
3605253V01
3605254V02
or 3605254V01
3605636V01
1305872U02
or 1305872U01
1305698V01
3205160W01
2205159W01
3205514W01
3205177Z01
3205178Z01
2705877U01
See Note 1
See Note 1
3905329W01
DESCRIPTION
LEVER, PTT
SEAL, PTT, and ACTUATOR for S404, S405,
S406, and S408
COVER, Front
COVER, Front; Option•Mate
COVER, Front; DTMF
COVER, Front; DTMF Option•Mate
LABEL, Agency Approval; not field
replaceable
LABEL, Motorola
LABEL, HT1000
FELT, Speaker
SPEAKER (LS401)
BRACKET, Speaker Retainer
MICROPHONE (MK401)
BOOT, Microphone
FLEX, Front Cover/Display
FLEX, Controls
POPPLE, PTT (p/o S406)
KNOB, On/Off/Volume
KNOB, Frequency; 2-Freq. Radios
KNOB, Frequency; 16-Frequency Radios
KNOB, Frequency; Option•Mate
ESCUTCHEON, Control Top; 2-Freq. Radios
ESCUTCHEON, Control Top; 16-Freq. Radios
ESCUTCHEON, Control Top; Option•Mate
SEAL, Actuator; for S101
PIN, Actuator; for S101
SEAL, Accessory Connector
SEAL, Control Top
SEAL, Emergency Button
HOUSING, Switch
SWITCH, Toggle (S402)
POTENTIOMETER/SWITCH, On/Off/Volume
Control (R401/S403)
POPPLE, Emergency Button
27
28
29
30
See Note 1
See Note 1
1505632V01
----------
31
32
33
34
35
4205507X01
See Note 1
See Note 2
3205820V02
----------
36
37
3205176Z01
2605891U03
or 2685351C01
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
See Note 1
---------4105266V01
4405524V01
1405307X01
1505892U06
3905838V01
45
2605898U01
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
7505334W01
7505437W01
5102463J08
7505393N33
3205827V01
7505922Z01
1305633V01
3605635V01
1405307X07
LED (CR400A/CR400B)
SWITCH, Frequency (S401)
COVER, Switch Housing
SPRING, PA; not field replaceable, order front
shield (item 37)
STRAIN RELIEF
CONNECTOR, Strip (P301/P704)
PLUG, Connector (P404)
SEAL, Connector Plug
LABEL, Rear; Information; not field
replaceable
O-RING, Contoured/SEAL, Antenna
SHIELD, Front (earlier radios)
SHIELD, Front (latest radios; requires CLIPs,
Locking: 4285351C01 [Numbered 1, 1 req’d]
and 4285351C02 [Numbered 2, 2 req’d])
SWITCH, RF (S101)
LABEL, Barcode; not field replaceable
SPRING, RF Switch
PISTON, RF Switch
INSULATOR
CHASSIS (Rear Cover)
CONTACT, Antenna Shield Ground (800MHz
and 900MHz radios only)
SHIELD, PA (800MHz and 900MHz radios
(only)
PAD, Sound Dampening
KEYPAD, DTMF
CIRCUIT BOARD, DTMF
PAD, Shock
WEDGE, Universal
PAD, Thermal
RING, Concentric; Escutcheon
Knob, Concentric Ring
TAPE, Insulator (trim to size, 0.3” x 0.2”)
Notes: 1. Refer to electrical parts list (miscellaneous)
2. Refer to electrical parts list (transceiver board)
Top-Display
Radios
ITEM
NO.
MOTOROLA
PART NO.
1
2
4505896U01
3205902U01
3
4
1505627V04
---------
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
3305183R55
3305183R70
or 3305183R71
or 3305183R94
3505535X02
See Note 1
0705470V01
See Note 1
1405330W02
8405641V02
8405333W03
3905517V01
3605253V01
3605636V01
1305698V01
3205160W01
2205159W01
3205514W01
3205177Z01
3205178Z01
2705877U01
See Note 1
See Note 1
26
27
28
3905329W01
See Note 1
See Note 1
DESCRIPTION
LEVER, PTT
SEAL, PTT, and ACTUATOR for S404, S405,
S406, and S408
COVER, Front
LABEL, Agency Approval; not field replaceable
LABEL, Motorola
LABEL, MT 2000
LABEL, MTS 2000
LABEL, MTX
FELT, Speaker
SPEAKER (LS401)
BRACKET, Speaker Retainer
MICROPHONE (MK401)
BOOT, Microphone
FLEX, Front Cover/Display
FLEX, Controls
POPPLE, PTT (p/o S406)
KNOB, On/Off/Volume
KNOB, Frequency
ESCUTCHEON, Control Top
SEAL, Actuator; for S101
PIN, Actuator; for S101
SEAL, Accessory Connector
SEAL, Control Top
SEAL, Emergency Button
HOUSING, Switch
SWITCH, Toggle (S402)
POTENTIOMETER/SWITCH, On/Off/Volume
Control (R401/S403)
POPPLE, Emergency Button
LED (CR400A/CR400B)
SWITCH, Frequency (S401)
29
30
1505632V01
---------
31
32
33
34
35
4205507X01
See Note 1
See Note 2
3205820V02
---------
36
37
3205176Z01
2605891U03
or 2685351C01
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
See Note 1
--------4105266V01
4405524V01
1405307X01
1505892U06
3905838V01
45
2605898U01
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
7505334W01
Not Used
Not Used
7505393N33
1305633V01
3605635V01
5105238U82
7505922Z01
COVER, Switch Housing
SPRING, PA; not field replaceable, order front
shield (item 37)
STRAIN RELIEF
CONNECTOR, Strip (P301/P704)
PLUG, Connector (P404)
SEAL, Connector Plug
LABEL, Rear; Information; not field
replaceable
O-RING, Contoured/SEAL, Antenna
SHIELD, Front (earlier radios)
SHIELD, Front (latest radios; requires CLIPs,
Locking: 4285351C01 [Numbered 1, 1 req’d]
and 4285351C02 [Numbered 2, 2 req’d])
SWITCH, RF (S101)
LABEL, Barcode; not field replaceable
SPRING, RF Switch; part of item 39
PISTON, RF Switch; part of item 39
INSULATOR
CHASSIS (Rear Cover)
CONTACT, Antenna Shield Ground (800MHz
and 900MHz radios only)
SHIELD, PA (800MHz and 900MHz radios
only)
PAD, Sound Dampening
PAD, Shock
RING. Concentric; Escutcheon
KNOB, Concentric Ring
LCD, Top Display
PAD, Thermal
Notes: 1. Refer to electrical parts list (miscellaneous)
2. Refer to electrical parts list (transceiver board)
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Keypad Radios
ITEM
NO.
1
2
4505896U01
3205902U01
3A
3B
4
1505637V04
1505637V05
---------
5A
5B
6
7
8
7505870U01
7505870U02
5105238U83
3305183R55
3305183R70
or 3305183R71
or 3305183R94
or 3305409X06
3505535X02
See Note 1
0705470V01
See Note 1
1405330W02
8405310W04
8405333W03
3905517V01
3605253V01
3605636V01
1305633V01
3605635V01
1305698V01
3205160W01
2205159W01
3205514W01
3205177Z01
3205178Z01
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
54
MOTOROLA
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
LEVER, PTT
SEAL, PTT, and ACTUATOR for S404,
S405, S406, and S408
COVER, Front; Full Keypad
COVER, Front; Limited Keypad
LABEL, Agency Approval; not field
replaceable
KEYPAD, 15-key
KEYPAD, 6-key
MODULE, Display
LABEL, Motorola
LABEL, MT2000
LABEL, MTS2000
LABEL, MTX
LABEL, JT 1000
FELT, Speaker
SPEAKER (LS401)
BRACKET, Speaker Retainer
MICROPHONE (MK401)
BOOT, Microphone
FLEX, Front Cover/Display
FLEX, Controls
POPPLE, PTT (p/o S406)
KNOB, On/Off/Volume
KNOB, Frequency
RING, Concentric; Escutcheon
KNOB, Concentric Ring
ESCUTCHEON, Control Top
SEAL, Actuator; for S101
PIN, Actuator; for S101
SEAL, Accessory Connector
SEAL, Control Top
SEAL, Emergency Button
27
28
29
2705877U01
See Note 1
See Note 1
30
31
32
33
34
3905329W01
See Note 1
See Note 1
1505632V01
---------
35
36
37
38
39
4205507X01
See Note 1
See Note 2
3205820V02
---------
40
41
3205176Z01
2605891U03
or 2685351C01
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
See Note 1
--------4105266V01
4405524V01
1405307X01
1505892U06
3905838V01
49
2605898U01
50
51
7505393N33
7505922Z01
HOUSING, Switch
SWITCH, Toggle (S402)
POTENTIOMETER/SWITCH, On/Off/
Volume Control (R401/S403)
POPPLE, Emergency Button
LED (CR400A/CR400B)
SWITCH, Frequency (S401)
COVER, Switch Housing
SPRING, PA; not field replaceable, order
front shield (item 41)
STRAIN RELIEF
CONNECTOR, Strip (P301/P704)
PLUG, Connector (P404)
SEAL, Connector Plug
LABEL, Rear; Information; not field
replaceable
O-RING, Contoured/SEAL, Antenna
SHIELD, Front (earlier radios)
SHIELD, Front (latest radios; requires
CLIPs, Locking: 4285351C01
[Numbered 1, 1 req’d] and 4285351C02
[Numbered 2, 2 req’d])
SWITCH, RF (S101)
LABEL, Barcode; not field replaceable
SPRING, RF Switch
PISTON, RF Switch
INSULATOR
CHASSIS (Rear Cover)
CONTACT, Antenna Shield Ground
(800MHz and 900MHz radios only)
SHIELD, PA (800MHz and 900MHz radios
only)
PAD, Shock
PAD, Thermal
Notes: 1. Refer to electrical parts list (miscellaneous)
2. Refer to electrical parts list (transceiver board)
Uni-board Radios
ITEM
NO.
MOTOROLA
PART NO.
1
2
4505896U01
3205902U01
3
4
1505627V05
----------
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
3305183R55
3305252X18
3505535X02
See Note 1
0705470V01
See Note 1
1405330W01
8405310W04
8405333W03
3905517V01
3605253V01
3605254V01
1305872U01
3205160W01
2205159W01
3205514W01
3205177Z01
3205178Z01
2705877U01
See Note 1
DESCRIPTION
LEVER, PTT
SEAL, PTT, and ACTUATOR for S404, S405,
S406, and S408
COVER, Front
LABEL, Agency Approval; not field
replaceable
LABEL, Motorola
LABEL, MTX•LS
FELT, Speaker
SPEAKER (LS401)
BRACKET, Speaker Retainer
MICROPHONE (MK401)
BOOT, Microphone
FLEX, Front Cover/Display
FLEX, Controls
POPPLE, PTT (p/o S406)
KNOB, On/Off/Volume
KNOB, Frequency; 16-Frequency
ESCUTCHEON, Control Top; 16-Freq.
SEAL, Actuator; for S101
PIN, Actuator; for S101
SEAL, Accessory Connector
SEAL, Control Top
SEAL, Emergency Button
HOUSING, Switch
SWITCH, Toggle (S402)
25
See Note 1
26
27
28
29
30
31
3905329W01
See Note 1
See Note 1
1505632V01
1405307X01
----------
32
33
34
See Note 2
3205820V02
----------
35
36
37
---------3205176Z01
2605891U03
or 2685351C01
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
1505892U06
3905838V01
2605898U01
7505334W01
7505393N33
3205827V01
7505922Z01
POTENTIOMETER/SWITCH, On/Off/
Volume Control (R401/S403)
POPPLE, Emergency Button
LED (CR400A/CR400B)
SWITCH, Frequency (S401)
COVER, Switch Housing
INSULATOR
SPRING, PA; not field replaceable, order
front shield (item 37)
PLUG, Connector (P404)
SEAL, Connector Plug
LABEL, Rear; Information; not field
replaceable
LABEL, Barcode; not field replaceable
O-RING, Contoured/SEAL, Antenna
SHIELD, Front (earlier radios)
SHIELD, Front (latest radios; requires CLIPs,
Locking: 4285351C01 [Numbered 1, 1 req’d]
and 4285351C02 [Numbered 2, 2 req’d])
CHASSIS (Rear Cover)
CONTACT, Antenna Shield Ground
SHIELD, PA
PAD, Sound Dampening
PAD, Shock
WEDGE, Universal
PAD, Thermal
Notes: 1. Refer to electrical parts list (miscellaneous)
2. Refer to electrical parts list (transceiver board)
55
Notes
56
Component Location
Diagrams, Parts Lists, and
Schematic Diagrams
9
Introduction
General
Transceiver components and controller components reside on
separate circuit boards. Refer to the model charts located in the front
of this manual (prior to Section 1) to determine the controller board
and transceiver board unique to your model radio. Then locate the
appropriate transceiver board and controller board component
location diagram, schematic diagram, and parts list located in this
section of the manual.
Component location diagrams of the controls flex, two front cover/
display flexes, and the strip connector are also located in this section.
A miscellaneous parts list accompanies the flex circuits.
Almost all circuit boards in this family of radios are either six or eight
layers. Layer 1 is the outer most layer viewed from side 1, and layer 6
or 8 (as applicable) is the outer most layer viewed from sine 2. A typical
8-layer circuit board detail, viewing copper steps in proper layer
sequence, is illustrated in Figure 18.
SIDE 1
LAYER 1 (L1)
LAYER 2 (L2)
LAYER 3 (L3)
LAYER 4 (L4)
LAYER 5 (L5)
INNER LAYERS
LAYER 6 (L6)
LAYER 7 (L7)
LAYER 8 (L8)
SIDE 2
Figure 18. Circuit Board Layers
MAEPF-18828-A
Transceiver
Frequently, transceivers that use a common transceiver board will be
combined into one component location diagram, one schematic
diagram, and one parts list. The differences between transceivers will
be noted throughout the applicable parts list.
Controller
Frequently, controllers that use a common controller board will be
combined into one component location diagram, one schematic
diagram, and one parts list. The differences between controllers will be
noted throughout the applicable parts list.
Schematic and Circuit
Board Notes
Most all of the schematic diagrams in this manual include specific
notes. Typically the notes are colored red to make them stand-out
57
from the overall schematic. The following two notes are general and
apply to all schematic and circuit board applications.
1. Unless otherwise stated, resistor values are in ohms (k = 1000),
capacitor values are in picofarads (pF) or microfarads (µF), and
inductor values are in microhenrys (µH) or nanohenrys (nH).
2. DC voltages are measured from point indicated to chassis ground
using a high impedance (10 megohm) Motorola DC voltmeter or
equivalent. Transmitter measurements should be made with a
1.2uF choke in series with the voltage probe to prevent circuit
loading.
Reference Designator
Assignment
Reference designators are assigned in the following manner:
• Units Series =
Receiver
• 100 SERIES = Transmitter
• 200 SERIES = Frequency Generation
• 300 SERIES = Miscellaneous
• 400 SERIES = Housing/Escutcheon
• 500 SERIES = Display
• 600 SERIES = Hear Clear Option
• 700 SERIES = Controller
Interconnect Tie Point
Legend
Integrated Circuit Details
with Pin-Out Names
5V REG =
Regulated Five Volts
B+
Battery Voltage (7.5V)
=
R5
=
Receiver Five Volts
T5
=
Transmitter Five Volts
CLK
=
Clock
D
=
Data
DAC
=
Digital To Analog Converter
DAC RST =
DAC Reset
LCK
=
Lock
NC
=
No Connection
SYN
=
Synthesizer
VR
=
Voltage Regulator
Because of today’s technology, integrated circuits and special modules
are able to perform a vast amount of functions in a single component.
The components are getting smaller and the number of IO pins is
getting greater, to the point that there is not enough room to put
enough IC information on the schematics and circuit boards. To help
troubleshoot and signal trace this family of radios, several of the IC’s
are detailed with pin-out names and illustrated on the next few pages.
Remember that PBGA components in a radio can be a combination of
OMPAC and/or Glob Top. Although the illustrations on the next few
pages reflect OMPAC devices, like Good-by components are
electrically the same.
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)
CHECK
ONE
)
RLSE.
LETTERING S
REQUIRES:
MICAMPOUT
DISK
MAEPF-24677
PROGRAM
Illustrator
RLSE.
(
O.K. AS IS
O.K. AS MARKED (
JWB
JP
6/3/94 6/3/94
MICEN
DATE
DATE
AMP3OUT
GND
AMP2OUT
GND
6/3/94
REVISION
DA
6/6
DA
5/17
DESCRIPTION
FREQCOMP
ENGINEER
TF
CHECKER
A
ISS.
CORRECTED
AS
MARKED
REG
LETTERING SIZE:
REQUIRES:
DISK
MAEPF-24675
DWG. NO.
PROGRAM
Illustrator
ILLUSTRATOR
JP
JWB
EDITOR
LETTERING SIZE:
REQUIRES:
RESET
TIMING CAP
CH ACT
GCB1
GCB2
GCB3
GCB4
GCB5
CFB BYPASS
COMP BUF OUT
COMP OUT
FF ENABLE
FF OUT
FF IN
FF CTRL
RSSI IN
DATE
RLSE.
)
CHECK
ONE
)
(
O.K. AS IS
O.K. AS MARKED (
RLSE.
JP
JWB
6/6/94 6/6/94
RX LIM CAP
DATE
ENGINEER
6/3/94
CORRECTED
AS
MARKED
REVISION
59
HEAR CLEAR
ILLUSTRATOR
DATE
6/6/94
5/17/94
JWB
JP
DATE
TF
DATE
A
ISS.
INTMICEN
GND
EDITOR
5/17/94
CHECKER
TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS DEPT.
DATE
DESCRIPTION
JP
ILLUSTRATOR
6/6/94
JEDI/VISAR
SYNTHESIZER
JWB
EDITOR
LETTERING SIZE:
REQUIRES:
RX LIM OUT
)
CHECK
ONE
)
)
CHECK
ONE
)
RLSE.
RX AUD OUT
DISK
RLSE.
(
O.K. AS IS
O.K. AS MARKED (
LCAP
GCB0
PL LIM
LOW SP CAP
DISK
RLSE.
JP
JWB
6/6/94 6/6/94
RLSE.
(
O.K. AS IS
O.K. AS MARKED (
MAEPF-24671
DC5V
TEST 1
PVREF
DC5V
PREIN
SUPFIN
SUPFOUT
PROGRAM
Illustrator
REVISION
PROGRAM
MAEPF-24670
DWG. NO.
TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS DEPT.
DATE
Illustrator
EXT VOL IN
DWG. NO.
TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS DEPT.
DATE
6/3/94
ENGINEER
DATE
6/3/94
UP CLK
MAEPF-24673-A
EXP AUD IN
EXP OUT
EXP ADJ
GND
MODIN
CEX
CLK
DATA
DC5V
LOCK
AUX4
AUX3
AUX2
AUX1
LO DSAB
VAG
IC ENAB
TF
ENGINEER
CORRECTED
AS
MARKED
TF
SUPFCAP
DATE
DATE
DATE
CHECKER
SUPFBASE
5/17/94
JEDI/VISAR
D/A IC
DATE
A
ISS.
JEDI/VISAR
ALC IC
DATE
DCAP
DESCRIPTION
JP
ILLUSTRATOR
6/6/94
CHECKER
JWB
EDITOR
LETTERING SIZE:
REQUIRES:
DESCRIPTION
ILLUSTRATOR
EXP IN
5/17/94
EXTMICIN
PLIN
REF ATN
JP
JWB
6/6/94 6/6/94
AMP EN
PLOUT
TRK CLK IN
DTMF CLK
SQ DET
RSSI
INTMICIN
REGOUT
VCO ATN
EXT/INT SPKR
AMPIN
PGM EN
DACO
BOOTCAP3
VCC
DATA
AMP1OUT
VCC
XTAL OUT
HI ENAB
N FIL IN
COMP CAP
COMP BUF IN
REVISION
VAG OUT
JP
A
LOOP CAP
GND D
AUX TX IN
CPN ENAB
ISS.
TX IN
COMP BYPASS
NOISE HOLD
CORRECTED
AS
MARKED
U701, ASFIC
HCI DSAB
6/6/94
PRE MP
MAEPF-24675-A
35U49 X
WLYWW
CLOCK
BIAS RES
UNAT RX OUT
B+2
BIAS
GND
SW1
SWC
MAEPF-25991-O
REF_D/A
NC5
NC6
CEXT
DET
DE
FOUT
VREG
VOPT
VDD1
RX 1
EXP BYPASS
CLIP REF
CPBIAS 2
TEST 2
U702, AUDIO PA, Open Controller
U706, AUDIO PA, Closed Controller
UNIV IO
PL CLK
MDC REF OUT
VDD
GND A
MIC IN
U601, HEAR CLEAR
U204, SYNTHESIZER
35U50 X
WLYWW
CPBIAS 1
A/D BYPASS
XTAL 1
XTAL 2
A/D BYPASS
N FIL OUT
57W98 X
WLYWW
EDITOR
GND
JWB
RX IN
C BIAS
BOOTCAP2
VAG CAP
AUX RX IN
BIAS EN
CATH 2
BOOTCAP1
XTAL IN
35U45 X
WLYWW
LIM IN
MAEPF-24670-A
RX 5V
RX_D/A
MAEPF-24677-A
NC
EXT MIC IN
MIC AMP OUT
VOX OUT
REF V
LETTERING SIZE:
REQUIRES:
SQ IN
PL IN
TXI2
TX 5V
R/T
ANODE 2
SC2
35U51 X
WLYWW
TXI1
MAEPF-24671-A
THERM
YYWW
SC1
SW2
TX_D/A
35U52 X
WLYWW
INT CAP OUT
VCP
ADAPT_SW
IADAPT
IOUT
MODOUT
VMULT 4
VMULT 3
VMULT 2
VMULT 1
FREFOUT
DC5
RT BIAS
NC12
NC11
NC10
NC9
NC8
NC7
VDD2
XXXXX
16.8 M
NC16
NC17
NC18
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
CE*
SC4
SC3
CATH 1
V CON
NC15
NC14
NC13
VSSD/VSSA
SI
SS
LE
SCK
SO
REG5V
RESET
DATA
CLOCK
ANT_EN
BIAS_EN
GND
ANODE 1
RF DET
INT CAP IN
U203, REF. OSC.
U102, D/A
U101, ALC
A15
A14
A13
A12
PG 0
VDD AD
PE1
PE2
PE3
PE4
PE5
PE6
PE7
VRH
VRL
PE0
PF3
PF4
PF5
PF6
PF7
VSS AD
PF0
PF1
PF2
U705, MICROCOMPUTER
Closed Controller
PG0
PD0
PD1
MOSI
MISO
VDD
PD5
PD4
PA7
PA4
PA5
PA6
PA3
PA2
PA0
PA1
U705, MICROCOMPUTER
Open Controller
PG1
NC
PG2
PG3
PG4
PG5
A11
A10
A9
PG6
A8
PG7
IRQ
XIRQ
35U47 X
WLYWW
A7
A6
A5
A4
RESET
D7
A3
D6
D5
D4
A2
A1
A0
D3
D2
D1
PE0
PE4
XTAL
IRQ
PC0
PC1
PC2
PC3
PC4
PC5
PC6
PC7
VSSR
VDDR
E
XTAL
EXTAL
VDD SYN
XFC
35U56 X
WLYWW
VSSL
VSS
VDDL
VDD
XIRQ
MOD B
PH7
PH6
PH5
PH4
PH3
PH2
RESET
MODA/LIR
PD0
PD1
PD2
PH1
4XOUT
R/W*
EXTAL
PE7
VRL
VRH
VSS
MODB
MODA
ECLK
PE3
PE6
PE1
PE5
PE2
D0
PG1
PG2
PG3
PG4
PG5
PG6
PG7
PH0
5/17/94
DATE
TF
ENGINEER
CHECKER
U713, EEPROM
TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS DEPT.
)
CHECK
ONE
)
RLSE.
MAEPF-25990-O
CE
SCNSLB
PH4
SCIRXD
PH5
PK7
PM2
PM1
PM0
VSS2
VDD2
ROM1CSB
ROM2CSB
EE1CSB
EE2CSB
A14OUT
A15OUT
PL6
PL7
PH7
PH6
PM3
PK5
PK6
A15IN
PL5
MAEPF-25992-O
MAEPF-24674-O
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
DESCRIPTION
JEDI/VISAR
MICROCOMPUTER
CLOSED CONTROLLER
ILLUSTRATOR
JP
DATE
5/17/94
EDITOR
DATE
JWB
6/6/94
ENGINEER
TF
CHECKER
DATE
6/3/94
DATE
LETTERING SIZE:
REQUIRES:
DWG. NO. A3
14
13 MAEPF-24678
A4
12
A5
PROGRAM DISK
CHECK
ONE
11
A6
Illustrator
( )
O.K. AS IS
10
A7
CORRECTED
O.K. AS MARKED ( )
AS
9
A12
MARKED
ISS.
RLSE.
RLSE.
REVISION
8
A14
JWB
JP
7A
VCC
6/6/94 6/6/94
6
WE
5
A13
4
A8
3
A9
2
A11
1
OE
U714, SCRAM
PH2
PH3
RTSBOUT
PL3
PK1
PL1
PK2
PL2
A2
A1
A0
I/00
I/01
I/02
GND
I/03
I/04
I/05
I/06
I/07
CE
A10
25U98 X
WLYWW
DISK
RLSE.
(
O.K. AS IS
O.K. AS MARKED (
MAEPF-24672
DWG. NO.
PROGRAM
Illustrator
CORRECTED
AS
MARKED
TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS DEPT.
DATE
6/3/94
DATE
LHRSTI
LHRSTOB
PJ7
PJ6
PJ5
PJ4
PJ3
BOOTSTRB
PJ2
VDD4
VSS4
ECLK
PJ1 PJ0
OEB
4XECLK
D3
RWBIN
D0
MEMRWB
MAEPF-24678-A
PH1
RTSBIN
A14IN
60
D2
RXDIN
D6
D5
D1
D4
IRQB
HC11RST
D7
AV
VDD3
VSS3
PH0
VDD
VSS
PB7
PB6
PB5
PB4
PB3
PB2
PB1
PB0
DATE
JWB
JP
6/6/94 6/6/94
PK3
PD3
JP
ILLUSTRATOR
6/6/94
REVISION
VDD1
PK4
PL4
JEDI/VISAR
MICROCOMPUTER
OPEN CONTROLLER
EDITOR
A
SLIC IV P3
57W06 0
TXPG028NP06
ISS.
A1
A2
A0
A3
OVERRIDE
POR
PK0
A4
SCNEN
PL0
VSS1
DECIN
DESCRIPTION
JWB
LETTERING SIZE:
REQUIRES:
U710, SLIC IV
Open Controller
PD4
PD5
PA7
PA6
PA5
PA4
PA3
PA2
PA1
PA0
MAEPF-24672-A
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A12
A14
VDD
WE
CE2/A13
A8
A9
A11
OE
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
84256A-IOLL
YYWW T39
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
A2
A1
A0
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
VSS
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
CE1
A10
Universal Connector
Pin Numbers and Signal
Assignments
FROM P402
1
RF GROUND
RF HOT
2
1
OPTION SELECT 1
EXTERNAL SPEAKER
EXTERNAL MICROPHONE
OPTION B+
OPTION SELECT 2
SPEAKER COMMON
REQUEST TO SEND
GROUND
BUSY
CLEAR TO SEND
TRANSMIT DATA
MODE CONTROL
DATA
2
3
4
5
FROM P403
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Universal Connector
Option Select
(OPT SEL) Definition
MODE #
MODE
OPT SEL 1 OPT SEL 2
COMMENT
00
External PTT
0
0
01
External
Audio
0
1
10
Mandown
1
0
11
Normal
Operation
1
1
A
MTVA
Fixed Audio Output
Level
B
“SMART”
SB9600
Accessory
Identifies SB9600
Accessory
C
External RF
Modem/FAX
Enables AUX TX
and Discriminator
Audio Output
External Speaker
61
MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS D
Jedi VHF RF
8405511Y35.E
ILLUSTRATOR
JP
DATE
DWG. NO.
MAEPF-26
ENGINEER
DATE
PROGRAM
12/18/97
EDITOR
DATE
CHECKER
DISK
Illustrator
DATE
O.K. AS
CORRECTED
AS
MARKED
JWB
ISS.
LETTERING SIZE:
REQUIRES:
O.K. AS
REVISION
O
MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS DEPT.
Jedi VHF RF
8405511Y35.E
ILLUSTRATOR
JP
EDITOR
DATE
ENGINEER
DWG. NO.
MAEPF-26301
DATE
12/18/97
DATE
CHECKER
O
MAEPF-26300-O
MAEPF-26301-O
O.K. AS IS
CORRECTED
AS
MARKED
ISS.
LETTERING SIZE:
REQUIRES:
NUD7091B, NUD7092B, NUD/PMUD7095B, AND NUD7096B VHF (136-178MHz)
TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS
DISK
Illustrator
DATE
JWB
62
PROGRAM
CHECK
ONE
( )
O.K. AS MARKED (
REVISION
RLSE.
)
RLSE.
Electrical Parts List, VHF Transceivers
NUD7091B, NUD7092B, NUD/PMUD7095B, NUD7096B
REFERENCE
SYMBOL
C4
C6
C7
C8
C9
C11
C12
C13
C14
C15
C16
C31
C33
C34, 35
C36
C38
C39
C40
C41
C42 thru 46
C47
C48
C49
C50
C52
C53
C54
C55
C56, 57
C58
C60
C61
C62
C63
C65
C70
C71, 72
C77
C80
C82
C83
C84
C85
C86
C87
C88
C90
C95
C96
C97
C98
C99
C101
C102
C103
C104
C105
C106
C107, 108
C109
C111
C112
C113
C115
C116
C118
C121
C123
C125, 126
C128
C129
C130
C132
C133
C135
C139
C140, 141, 146
C147
C148
C149, 150
C151
C152 thru 154
C161
C162
C163
C164
C165
C202
C203
C204
C205
C206
C207
C208
MOTOROLA
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
CAPACITOR, Fixed: pF ± 5% 50V
unless stated
2113931F13
330
2113930F22
6.2 ± 0.25pF
2113930F13
2.7 ± 0.25pF
2113930F32
16
--------Not Placed
2113931F49
10nF
--------Not Placed
2113931F49
10nF
2311049A66
22µF
2113931F49
10nF
2113930F27
10
or 2113740F20 5.1 ± 0.25pF, used in NUD7091B,
NUD7092B, NUD7096B
2113931F49
10nF
2113930F26
9.1
2113930F43
47
2113930F18
4.3
2113930F13
2.7
0662057B47
0
2113930F51
100
2113743A19
0.1µF
2113743A23
0.22µF
2109720D14
0.1µF
2113741F16
430
2311049A04
0.33µF
2113932K15
0.1µF
2113741A51
0.18µF
2113743B17
0.150µF
2113931F13
330
2113930F37
27
2113930F42
43
2113930F11
2.2
2113932K15
0.1µF
2109720D14
0.1µF
--------Not Placed
2113932K15
0.1µF
2113931F49
10nF
2113931F49
10nF
2113931F13
330
2113932K15
0.1µF
2113930F39
33
2113931F49
10nF
2113931F49
10nF
2113931F49
10nF
2311049A60
10µF; 4V
2113930F22
6.2
2113930F32
16
2113930F25
8.2
2113930F18
4.3
2113930F33
18
2113931F49
10nF
2113740A32
13
2113931F13
330
2113930F39
33
2113932K15
0.1µF
2113931F13
330
2311049J26
10µF, 16V
2311049A54
3.3µF; 16V
2113931F13
330
2311049J26
10µF, 16V
2113931F13
330
2311049A07
1µF ± 10%; 16V
2113931F13
330
--------Not Placed
2113931F13
330
2113932K03
33nF
2113930F03
1
2113932K15
0.1µF
2113931F13
330
2113932K15
0.1µF
2311049A54
3.3µF; 16V
2311049A07
1µF ± 10%; 16V
2113930F03
1
2113930F28
11
2113930F23
6.8
2113930F09
1.8
2113931F13
330
--------Not Placed
2113931F13
330
2113932E07
22nF
2113930F20
5.1
2113930F34
20
2113930F27
10
2113931F13
330
2113932K15
0.1µF
2113931F13
330
2113930F44
51
2113930F51
100
2311049A86
1µF; 10V
2113930F27
10
2113930F20
5.1
2113931F13
330
2113930F14
3
2113931F20
620
2113930F03
1
2113930F22
6.2
C209
C210
C211
C212
C213
C214
C219
C220
C221
C222
C223
C225
C226
C227, C228
C230
C231
C233
C235
C236
C237
C238
C240
C241
C243
C244
C245
C246
C247
C248
C250
C251
C252
C253
C254
C255
C256, 257
C258
C259
C260
C266, 267
C270
C271
C274
C277
C280
C284
C285, 286
C287
C288
C289
C291, 292
C293
C294
C303
C304
C305
C306
C307
C308
C309
C310
C311
C314
C315
2113932K15
2113932E07
2113931F13
--------2113930F21
--------2113930F27
2113930F31
2113931F13
2113930F24
2113906C02
2113930F08
2113930F46
2113931F13
2113930F29
2311049A60
2113931F13
2113930F31
2113930F28
2113930F30
2113931F25
2113906C02
2113930F38
2113930F36
2109720D09
2113931F25
2109720D09
2311049A07
2113932K15
2113931F25
2113931F13
2113931F49
2311049J23
2113928L05
2113931F25
2113931F49
2311049J11
2311049A33
2113932K05
2113931F49
2113931F25
2385688A01
--------2113931F13
2113930F51
2113931F49
2113931F13
2113930F14
2113931F13
2109720D09
2113932E07
--------2113931F13
2113932E07
2113931F13
2113930F51
2113930F51
2113930F51
2113930F51
2113931F37
2113931F13
2113931F37
--------2113931F13
0.1µF
22nF
330
Not Placed
5.6
Not Placed
10
15
330
7.5
ATC, 4pF
1.6
62
330
12
10µF, 4V
330
15
11
13
1nF
ATC, 4pF
30
24
22nF
1nF
22nF
1µF ± 10%; 16V
0.1µF
1nF
330
10nF
10µF, 6V
4.7µF
1nF
10nF
4.7µF, 16V
0.22µF
39nF
10nF
1nF
4.7µF; 10V
Not Placed
330
100
10nF
330
3
330
22nF
22nF
Not Placed
330
22nF
330
100
100
100
100
3.3nF
330
3.3nF
Not Placed
330
CR1
CR2
CR3
CR4
CR5
CR6
CR7
CR8
CR9
CR11
CR12
CR102
CR103
CR108
CR109
CR201
CR202
CR203
CR204
CR205
CR206
CR207
CR208
4862824C01
4862824C01
4862824C01
4862824C01
4862824C01
4862824C01
4862824C01
4862824C01
4862824C01
4805129M96
4805218N57
4805129M67
4805129M67
4802482J02
4802482J02
4802245J29
4862824C03
4862824C03
4802233J09
4802233J09
4805129M06
--------4802245J29
DIODE: See Note 1
Varactor
Varactor
Varactor
Varactor
Varactor
Varactor
Varactor
Varactor
Varactor
Pin
Dual
Dual
Dual
Pin
Pin
Varactor
Varactor
Varactor
Triple
Triple
Dual
Not Placed
Varactor
E101
2484657R01
CORE:
Bead, Ferrite
F1
6505757V01
FUSE:
1-Amp
FL1
4802655J05
FILTER:
Crystal, 44.85MHz, See Note 2
FOIL
2602819X02
CONNECTOR:
Shield, Foil VCO Back
G1
G2
3905643V01
3905643V01
Contact, Antenna Ground
Contact, Ground
J301
J401
0905461X03
3905264W01
JACK:
Connector; 20 contacts
Contact, Antenna
L3
L4
L5
L6
L7
L8
L9
L10
L11
L12
L13
L14
L16
L19
L20
L22
L23
L24
L25
L30
L32
L33
L101
L105
L121
L122
L126
L127
L128
L130
L131
L201
L204
L205
L208
L209
L210
L211
L212
L213
L215
L216
L217
L218
L219
L220
L221
L222
L223
L224
L225
L301
L302
P404
Q1
Q4
Q5
Q101
Q104
Q105
Q107
Q108
Q110
Q201
Q202
R1
R2
R4
R5
R7
R8
R16
R17
R32
R33
R34
R35
R40
R41
R42
R43
R44
R45
R46
R47
R49
COIL, RF:
47nH
39nH
47nH
100nH, used in NUD7092B,
NUD7095B
or 2462587T13 68nH, used in NUD7091B,
NUD7096B
2462587T16
120nH
2462587T17
150nH
2462587T15
100nH
2462587T12
56nH
2460591M12
4 turns, airwound
2462587T23
470nH
2460591N36
5 turns, airwound
2460591N36
5 turns, airwound
2460591M12
4 turns, airwound
2462587T20
270nH
2462587N69
1.2µH
2462587T30
1µH
2462587Q50
1.8µH
2462587T23
470nH
2462587Q20
2.2µH
2462575A21
47nH
2462587Q20
2.2µH
2462587Q20
2.2µH
2462587T30
1µH
2462587T30
1µH
2462587T30
1µH
2462587T30
1µH
2460591K82
12 turns, airwound
2460591G24
9 turns, airwound
2460591K82
12 turns, airwound
2462587T30
1µH
2462587T30
1µH
2462587T40
33nH
2462587T30
1µH
2462587V28
33nH
2462587T30
1µH
2462587T30
1µH
2462587T39
27nH
2462587T12
56nH
2462587T14
82nH
2462587T30
1µH
2462587T30
1µH
2462587T41
39nH
2462587T30
1µH
2462587T30
1µH
2462587T38
22nH
2462587T17
150nH
2462587Q42
390nH
2462587Q42
390nH
2462587T18
180nH
2462587Q40
270nH
2462587Q20
2.2µH
2462587Q47
1µH
2462587Q47
1µH
3905861X02
Connector, battery, 2-pin
TRANSISTOR: See Note 1
4805218N63
NPN
4805218N63
NPN
4880048M04
PNP
4805128M16
PNP
4805921T02
PNP NPN
4805921T02
PNP NPN
4805921T02
PNP NPN
4802245J10
NPN dual
4813822A10
PNP
4802245J15
JFET
4805218N55
NPN
2462587T42
2462587T41
2462587T42
2462587T15
0662057A01
0662057A91
0662057A73
0662057A73
0662057A25
0662057A41
0662057A59
0662057A80
0662057A59
0662057A59
0662057A89
0662057A89
0662057A35
0662057A09
0662057A35
0662057A42
0662057A77
0662057A90
0662057A89
0662057A09
0662057A53
RESISTOR, Fixed: Ω ± 5% .0625W
unless stated
10
56K
10K
10K
100
470
2700
20K
2700
2700
47K
47K
270
22
270
510
15K
51K
47K
22
1500
R50
R51
R70
R72
R73
R101
R102
R106
R110
R111
R112
R113
R114
R115
R116
R117
R126
R127
R130
R131
R132
R199
0662057A63
0662057B05
0662057A53
0662057A25
0662057A73
0662057C01
0662057A65
0662057A61
0662057A57
0662057A67
0662057B22
0662057A73
0662057A77
0660078L28
0662057G19
0662057A89
0662057A18
0662057A15
0662057A65
0662057A97
0662057A97
0662057B47
or- - - - - - - - -
3900
200K
1500
100
10K
0 +.050
4700
3300
2200
5600
1.0 MEG
10K
15K
180k ± 1%
130k ± 1%; 0.1W
47K
51
39
4700
100K
100K
0
Not Placed in NUD7092B,
NUD7095B
22
20K
30K
20K
20K
4700
510
510
62
620
270
43K
30K
30K
100K
22
2000
Not Placed
1200
47K
R203
R204
R205
R206
R207
R208
R209
R210
R211
R212
R213
R214
R215
R217
R218
R219
R220
R221
R222
R223
0662057A09
0662057A80
0662057A84
0662057A80
0662057A80
0662057A65
0662057A42
0662057A42
0662057A20
0662057A44
0662057A35
0662057A88
0662057A84
0662057A84
0662057A97
0662057A09
0662057A56
--------0662057A51
0662057A89
RT101
0605621T02
S101
4005831W01
or- - - - - - - - -
THERMISTOR:
50k
SWITCH:
SWITCH LONG RF
Not used in NUD7091B, NUD7096B
T1
T2
2505515V08
2505515V11
TRANSFORMER:
Balun: 4:1
Balun: 16:1
U1
U2
U3
U101
U102
U103
U104
U105
U201
U202
U203
U204
5105457W50
5105457W52
5186296A02
5105835µ52
5105835µ51
5160880B02
5102001J69
5105385Y36
5102227J37
5105469E65
5105385Y42
5105457W81
MODULES: See Note 1
RF amplifier
Mixer
ZIF
TX ALC
DAC
5V Regulator
Stripline Coupler
5-watt PA
VCO
5V Regulator
Ref. Oscillator, 16.8MHz
Synthesizer
ME1
ME2
ME3
ME4
ME5
ME6
ME7
ME8
MECHANICAL PARTS
2602657J01
SHIELD, VCO
2602658J01
SHIELD, Pendulum
2602659J01
SHIELD, ZIF
2602661J01
SHIELD, Varactor Filter, VHF
2602832X01
SHIELD, ZIF Back
2602674J02
SHIELD, VCO Back
2602675J01
SHIELD, Synthesizer, Back
2602815X01
SHIELD, Fixed Tuned Filter
Notes:
1. For optimum performance, order replacement diodes, transistors, and
circuit modules by Motorola part number only.
2. When ordering crystals, specify carrier frequency, crystal frequency,
crystal type number, and Motorola part number.
3. “Not Placed” means that components are for future use, and are not
placed on the circuit board at this time.
63
NOTES:
MEASUREMENTS MADE BELOW CROSSOVER FREQUENCY.
7.
* = NOT PLACED
6.5Vdc (TX)
2
C121
330pF
1
B_PLUS
SWB_PLUS
1
3
5
4
TX_LO
1uH
1pF
C107
330pF
D5
D2
4
3
5
2
Q108
C162
330pF
5
1
R115
180K
C1 E3
3
C2
1
2.45Vdc (TX)
B1
B2
R106
3.3K
3
2
C123
0.1uF
ANT_SW_BS
CATH_1
*
1
C126
3.3uF
OUT
IN
2
1
3
0Vdc (RX)
C130
11pF
R199
*
CR108
S101
RF SWITCH
J401
1
C151
10pF
TO UNIVERSAL
CONNECTOR
EXTERNAL
ANTENNA
C112
P402 *
C150
20pF
R4
10K
3.2Vdc (TX)
C4
330pF
L13
5T
L12
470nH
CR2
CR6
NC
CR7
-42dBm
-34dBm
L11
4T
L16
4T
CR3
CR4
CR8
1
3
4.7Vdc (NOTE 4)
4.8Vdc (RX)
0.1Vdc (TX)
L8
150nH
R8
470
L9
100nH
OUT 7
U1
RF AMPLIFIER
4
5
ABP
AG2
1
L3
47nH
L10
56nH
C7
2.7pF
1.4Vdc
R1
10
L4
39nH
C97
13pF
L5
47nH
C80
33pF
C99
33pF
*
R2
56K
CR9
C14
22uF
5
1
2
C11
.01uF
C90
4.3pF
C16
5.1pF
C6
6.2pF
C13
.01uF
C8
16pF
8
RF1
7
RF2
14
3
4
T1
0.6Vdc
T2
5
3
C86
6.2pF
1 3 8
C9
R7
100
CR11
6
2 IN
C85
10uF
C83
.01uF
-62dBm (NOTE 4)
4.8Vdc
C31
.01uF
0.4Vdc (RX)
C15
100pF
V (RX)
1.0Vdc
2.3Vdc
4.0Vdc
L7
120nH
*
R70
1.5K
2
L6
68nH
C72
330pF
C12
CR12
R131
100K
GND1
GND2
GND3
CR1
L14
5T
RT101
50K
C111
330pF
AGC
FREQ
136MHz
156MHz
178MHz
C77
0.1uF
R102
4.7K
L32
2.2uH
C71
330pF
-49dBm
7.3Vdc (RX)
R5
10K
2.9Vdc (TX)
0Vdc (RX)
R112
1MEG
R72
100
C141
330pF
CR109
C140
330pF
1
C115
.033uF
4.6Vdc (RX/TX)
4.3Vdc (RX) (NOTE 4)
1uH
L121
1uH
5 6 7 9
C3
7.4Vdc (RX)
L122
C148
5.1pF
C149
20pF
C4
5V_TX
C113
330pF
6.7Vdc (RX)
5.6Vdc (TX)
C147
.022uF
GND3
GND
GND1
4
8
2
L127
9T
L126
12T
2
GND
G1
G2
TO UNIVERSAL
CONNECTOR
EXT. ANT.
L128
12T
3
GND2
P401
C129
1pF
TEMP_SENSE
INT_CAP_OUT
L131
1uH
Vcc
ANTENNA
D5
2.5Vdc (TX)
TP10
5Vdc (TX)
0Vdc (RX)
R117
47K
NC
NC
D2
RX_1
C135
330pF
C128
1uF
B5
C2
ANODE_2
A2 B3 D4 A4
5Vdc
B4
PA_OUT
PA_CNTL
L105
1uH
U103
5V REG
6.3Vdc (TX)
C146
330pF
U101
TX ALC IC
C139
4
2
RE_DET
D1
TX12
C5
DA_REF
5
0Vdc (RX)
BPOS
RESET
B1
ICATH_2
PA_BIAS
A3
R113
33K 5Vdc (TX)
0Vdc (RX)
Q105
R116
130K
4
1
NC
A4
C4
NC NC
D3 E4 E3 C1
E2
NC
NC
1uF
R129
4.7K
B4 C5
E4 D3
C109
0.1uF
LOIN
BVDD
C154
4
330pF
5V_REG
SC3
C161
U2
MIXER
BUFFER
12
IFP
11
IFN
2
BBP
4
BDIV
3
4Vdc
C84
.01uF
4
1Vdc
C82
.01uF
1 5 6 9 10 13
C87
16pF
C88
8.2pF
L30
0.047 uH
IF
2
GND
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
GND5
3
SC4
SC2
Q107
5
REF_DA
R_T
SC1
SB+
TX_DA
2.5Vdc
4.9Vdc (TX)
0Vdc (RX)
BIAS_EN
D4
EN_BIAS
U102
D/A IC
5Vdc (TX)
0Vdc (RX)
C156
1uF
LCK
Q101
ANODE_1
0.5Vdc, 136MHz
0Vdc, 178MHz
B3
C118
0.1uF
GND
5Vdc (RX)
0Vdc (TX)
D1
SW2
B5
NC
E2
SW_C
A3
RX_DA
NC
A2
5V
R110
2.2K
C3 B2
EN_ANT
C132
6.8pF
R111
5.6K
DATA
330pF
D
GND1
330pF
DAC CLK
R139
100K
GND2
NC
SEL
1
CLK
R126
51
C152
10uF
L130
B+
C153
Q110
C106
C105
330pF
C108
330pF
2
R127
39
2
R114
15K
RF_IN
V_CONTROL
C104
3.3uF
CR102
3
Q104
5V_REG
RF_OUT
U105
RF P.A.
C116
3
1.8pF
2.2Vdc (TX)
B+
C103
10uF
RECV_5V
C133
7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
1
6
CR103
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
U104
7
4
FWD_PWR
REV_PWR
3
6
FWD_TRM
REV_TRM
6.
C102
330pF
C101
0.1uF
GND
PWR_IN
MEASUREMENTS MADE ABOVE CROSSOVER FREQUENCY.
C164
100pF
C163
51pF
SW1
PWR_OUT
5
THESE LEVELS MEASURED BY REMOVING R52.
5.
L101
1uH
NC
VOLTAGES IN mV ARE MEASURED WITH A X10 SCOPE PROBE.
4.
R101
0
E101
BIAS_RT
RX RF VOLTAGES IN dBm ARE MEASURED WITH A 1.5 pF CAPACITOR IN SERIES WITH
THE 50 OHM ADAPTER OF AN RF MILLIVOLTMETER AND AN RF LEVEL OF -20 dBm INTO J401.
INT_CAP_IN
UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED RX DC VOLTAGES ARE MEASURED WITHOUT RF INTO J401.
2.
3.
2
B+
1.
-31dBm (RX)
0.5Vdc
C98
330pF
RX_LO
63B81097C02-O
Sheet 1 of 2
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NUD7091B, NUD7092B, NUD/PMUD7095B, AND NUD7096B VHF (136-178MHz)
TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 1 of 2)
B+
C303
.022uF
NC14
NC9
NC8
NC10
NC11
R17
20K
34
C248
0.1uF
C53
0.15uF
CR5
CAP
AUX3
MODOUT
TP5
NC
18
R211
62
NC
17
C247
1uF
C253
10uF
C246
.022uF
L224
270nH
30
L24
470nH
C56
43pF
R35
47K
1 44 43 31
L221
390nH
C213
5.6pF
C251
330pF
L205
33nH
L219
22nH
L208
1uH
C235
15pF
*
C237
13pF
R209
510
R220
2K
R204
20K
L204
1uH
R205
30K
L201
33nH
14
VC
6
C204
330pF
9
1 13 8 12 11
NC
2.2Vdc (RX)
0Vdc (TX)
IF
L215
1uH
C288
330pF
C61
0.1uF
7
40
3.4Vdc
C41
0.1uF
C3NEG
C3POS
CR202
R219
22
C233
330pF
C50
0.1uF
L216
39nH
C220
15pF
DISC
RSSI_FLT
RAMPCAP
DM_BYP
AGC
1
8 15 16 26 41
+2.5V1
3
2
9
C45
33
0.22uF
34
C44
35
0.22uF
36
C43
37
0.22uF
38
C42
0.22uF 2.8Vdc
28
J301-14
IF_SEL
SQ_OUT
J301-17
SYN_SEL
TO P301
C309
3300pF
1kHz
280mVpp/kHz
DEVIATION
J301-10
C306
100pF
2.5Vdc
DISC
C48
430pF
C47
0.1uF
1.3Vdc
2.9Vdc (RX)
(NOTE 2)
C307
100pF
RSSI
2.1MHz/2.4MHZ
Q4
2
R49
1.5K
3
2.0Vdc
J301-13
R44
15K
1
C34
47pF
-37dBm (RX)
1.6Vdc
(NOTE 4)
J301-7
CR203
C270
1000pF
L19
270nH
R40
270
R42
270
D
L302
1uH
IN
C35
47pF
C36
4.3pF
OUT
2
4
DATA
5V
J301-6
FL1
1
DAC_SEL
C310
330pF
44.85MHz
L20
1.2uH
R41
22
1200mVpp
DAC
R46
47K
*
C227
330pF
CLOCK
SYN
24
27
C33
9.1pF
CR207
J301-15
J301-11
L212
82nH C228
330pF
C226
62pF
L211
56nH
LOCK_DET
2.1MHz
L213
1uH
C223
1-4pF
C1POS
PEAMP_5V
R47
22
-31dBm (NOTE 4)
C219
10pF
C1NEG
PINS 31-38 = 2.5Vdc
32
C46
0.22uF
C231
10uF
C230
12pF
C2POS
U3
ZIF
31
2.5Vdc
L218
1uH
C222
7.5pF
-17dBm(TX)
2.8Vdc
R210
510
C205
3pF
L210
27nH
C225
1.6pF
R217
30K
AGC
C60
0.1uF
C4POS
Vpp
PEAMP_OUT
4
1.6Vdc
C4NEG
+5V1
DM_IN
5
C70
.01uF
REF_OSC_SEL
J301-12
C305
100pF
C2NEG
6
C240
1-4pF
R206
20K
3
B2
C203
5.1pF
C
E2
C202
10pF
RX_OUT
C40
100pF
+5V2
2.6Vdc
C221
330pF
VCC
U201
TX_OUT VCO BUFFER SV1
NC
2
10
RBY
GND
TX_LO
TRB
PS
4
GND1
15
7
S1
5
1.6Vdc
L33
2.2uH
C244
.022uF
R207
20K
C206
620pF
S2
C287
3pF
C201
1pF
12
+5V3
39 30
R208
4.7K
L217
1uH
16
RX_LO
R73
10K
L209
1uH
C243
24pF
-25dBm
4.5Vdc
R223
47K
1.7Vdc
C208
6.2pF
13
Q202
0.1Vdc (RX)
2.4Vdc (TX)
L223
180nH
C241
30pF
R43
510
L23
1.8uH
2.5Vdc
C212
1.2Vdc
-18dBm
17
-56dBm (NOTE 4)
(using 10 pF)
L25
2.2uH
J301-5
R45
51K
23 14 18 22 25 19 20 21 29
10
C211
330pF
3.3Vdc
C238
1000pF
CR208
C236
11pF
-16dBm
L220
150nH
D
11
R203
22
C294
330pF
C95
18pF
5V_REG
7.5Vdc (TX), 178MHz
7.5Vdc (RX), 178MHz
VCO_MOD
C311
3300pF
TP5 VCTRL
5.0Vdc (TX), 136MHz
5.0Vdc (RX), 136MHz
J301-3
L301
1uH
DURING
PROGRAMING
2.8Vdc
R33
2.7K
SW_B+
C308
100pF
LOCK=5V
UNLOCK=0V
1.7Vdc
C57
43pF
C289
.022uF
CR201
C209
0.1uF
2
RAW B+
J301-2
CLK
C58
2.2pF
CE
SBASE
R213
270
3.6Vdc
C49
0.33uF
Q1
RAW_B+
J301-20
J301-4
SQ
SOUT
PREIN
16
NC
R1=47K
3
1
2.5Vdc
J301-1
LCK
Q5
*
RSSI_OUT
WARP
NC
C62
CLK
12
C96
.01uF
3.8Vdc
C55
27pF
R212
620
C63
0.1uF
R32
2.7K
C54
330pF
4
24
CPBIAS1
C65
.01uF
R34
47K
SYN
CPBIAS2
R16
2.7K
C52
.018uF
-31 dBm
1.5Vdc
*
GND
CEXT
NC12
NC13
CE
VDD2
VDD
DE
R51
200K
2
32
0.7Vdc (RX)
4.5Vdc (TX)
C214
C304
330pF
PREAMPIN
IADAPT
EN_CE
GND4
NC7
DC5V1
DATA
IOUT
33 22 13
-38dBm
44.85MHz (NOTE 4)
0V OR 5Vdc UNLOCK
1.8Vdc typical (shield in place)
DATA
C250
1000pF
C271
4.7uF
C293
5V_REG
AD_BYPASS
C252
.01uF
1 Vpp
16.8MHz
GND_PREAMP
L222
390nH
39
4
VIBYPASS
19
21
R214
43K
NC
7.5Vdc
GND6
28
3
IS_B+
GND5
1.7Vdc (TX)
3
5V_TAP
Vc
D
29
SHUTDOWN
BATTGND
C125
3.3uF
D
PVREF
1.8Vdc (RX)
FEEDBACK
SENSE
16.8MHz
R215
30K
ERROR
8
7
BATT+
2
2.4Vdc
TST2
LOCK
C210
.022uF
INPUT
GND4
41
Q201
S
2
6
OUTPUT
LO_IN
C285
330pF
LCK
4
6 15 16 17 18 19 28
NC
5
32V
1A
5
*
NC 37 AUX1
38
AUX2
40
AUX4
NC
35
ADAPTTSW
NC
C255
1000pF
C254
4.7uF
GND3
5
MODIN
C292
.022uF
C315
330pF
15 NC
14
TST1
U204
SYNTHESIZER
A1 A2 A3
6
27
5
1
1.0A
GND2
NC
5Vpp (Note 5)
26
1
C291
.022uF
21 NC
SO
32
NC18
31
NC17
30
NC16
NC15 29
+5V4
0V
R218
100K
0Vdc (Rx, Tx) (Note 6)
Else 4.4 Vdc (Note 5)
-7.8 Vdc(Rx) (Note 5)
-7.8 Vdc(Tx) (Note 5)
Else 0 Vdc (Note 6)
C259
0.22uF
NC
XTAL1
24
2.5V
2
5V
VMULT4
4
L225
2.2uH
22
+2.5V2
C266
.01uF
3
XTAL2
SB+
U202
5V REG
25
GND
2
K1 K2 K3
CR205
NC2
3 NC3
CLK
EN
1
CLK
VMULT3
R_GND1
1
3
2
NC1
3
VMULT1
R_GND2
NC
* C284
C274
.01uF
C277
330pF
REF OSC
16.8 MHz
GND
SCK
SS
U203
VREG
5V_REG
S1
GND1
6
CR206
10
1
VOPT
F1
CLK
GND1
7
C280
100pF
26
DET
D
NC6
9
.01uF
GND3
C257
C267
.01uF
R222
1.2K
FREFOUT
VMULT2
11
FOUT
NC4
8
DC5V2
C256
.01uF
DC5V3
20 36 42 25 23 11
DC5V4
6
GND1
A3
12
C260
.039uF
2.1MHz
C286
330pF
GND2
A2
K3
5
SIN
K2
5Vdc
4
VCP
1
A1
10
8
0V
K1
2
*
3
R221
5V
CR204
NC NC NC NC
9 13 23 14 20 27 7
NC5
13Vdc
C258
4.7uF
4Vpp
(16.8MHz)
C245
1000pF
*
C314
C39
0
3
TP10
C38
2.7pF
L22
1uH
R50
3.9K
J301-8
GND
J301-9
GND
J301-16
GND
J301-18
GND
J301-19
GND
63B81097C02-O
Sheet 2 of 2
NUD7091B, NUD7092B, NUD/PMUD7095B, AND NUD7096B VHF (136-178 MHz)
TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2)
65
MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS DEPT.
Jedi UHF RF
8404221J44.S
ILLUSTRATOR
JP
EDITOR
DATE
ENGINEER
DWG. NO.
MAEPF-26303
DATE
12/18/97
DATE
CHECKER
DATE
O
MAEPF-26302-O
C157
MAEPF-26303-O
O.K. AS IS
CORRECTED
AS
MARKED
ISS.
LETTERING SIZE:
REQUIRES:
66
DISK
Illustrator
JWB
NUE7265B, NUE7266B, NUE/PMUE7272B, AND NUE7274B UHF (403-470MHz)
TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS
PROGRAM
O.K. AS MARKE
REVISION
RLSE.
Electrical Parts List, UHF Transceivers (403-470MHz)
NUE7265B, NUE7266B, NUE/PMUE7272B, NUE7274B
REFERENCE
SYMBOL
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C9
C10
C11
C12
C13
C15
C16
C17
C18
C19
C31
C35
C36
C38
C39
C40
C41
C42 thru 46
C47
C48
C49
C50
C51
C52
C53
C54
C55
C56, 57
C58
C59
C60
C61
C63, 64
C65
C72
C82
C83
C84
C85
C86 thru 88
C89
C90
C91
C92
C93
C94
C95
C96
C98
C99
C101
C102
C103
C104, 105
C106
C107, 108
C109
C110
C111, 113, 114
C115
C116
C117
C118
C119
C120
C121
C123
C125, 126
C127
C128
C132
C133
C135, 137, 138
C139
C140
C141, 145, 147
C148
C149
C150
C151
C153 thru 155
C156
C157
C201
C202
C203
C204
C205
MOTOROLA
PART NO.
2113930F20
2113930F22
2113930F18
2113930F26
2113930F24
2113930F21
2113930F31
2113930F27
2113930F45
2113931F49
2113930F51
2311049A66
2113930F51
2113930F38
2113932K15
2113930F27
2113930F23
2113931F49
--------2113930F20
2113930F27
2113930F09
2113930F51
2113743A19
2113743A23
2109720D14
2113741F16
2113743F12
2113931F49
2113932K15
2113741A51
2113743B17
2113930F41
2113930F39
2113930F42
2113930F11
2113931F49
2113932K15
2109720D14
2113932K15
2113931F41
2113930F51
2113931F49
2113930F51
2113931F49
2311049J23
2113930F51
2113740A24
2113930F31
2113930F27
2113930F20
2113930F18
2113930F32
2113930F25
2113931F49
2113930F34
2113930F30
2113932E07
--------2311049J26
2113930F51
2311049A56
------------------------2113930F51
2113932K03
--------2113930F51
2113932K15
2113930F51
--------2113930F51
2113932K15
2311049A54
--------2311049A07
2113930F25
2113930F09
2113930F51
--------2113931F41
2113930F51
2113930F18
2113930F34
2113930F31
2113930F14
2113930F51
2311049A07
2113932K15
2113930F03
--------2113930F07
2113930F51
---------
DESCRIPTION
CAPACITOR, Fixed pF ±30%; 50V
unless stated
5.1
6.2
4.3
9.1
7.5
5.6
15
10
56
0.01µF
100
22µF; 4V
100
30
0.1µF
10
6.8
0.01µF
Not Placed
5.1
10
1.8
100
0.1µF
0.22µF
0.1µF
430
0.33µF
0.01µF
0.1µF
0.018µF
0.15µF
39
33
43
2.2
0.01µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
4700
100
0.01µF
100
0.01µF
10µF; 10V
100
6.8
15
10
5.1
4.3
16
8.2
0.01Ω
20
13
0.022µF; 16V
Not Placed
10µF; 16V
100
4.7µF; 10V
Not Placed
Not Placed
Not Placed
100
0.033µF; 16V
Not Placed
100
0.1µF
100
Not Placed
100
0.1µF
3.3µF; 16V
Not Placed
1µF; 16V
8.2
1.8
100
Not Placed
4700
100
4.3
20
15
3
100
1µF; 16V
0.1µF
1 ± 0.1pf
Not Placed
1.5 ± 0.1pf
100
Not Placed
C206
C208
C209
C210
C211
C214
C216
C217
C219
C220
C221
C222
C223
C225
C226
C227, 228
C230
C231
C233
C235
C236
C237
C238
C239
C240
C243
C244
C245
C246
C247
C250
C253
C254
C255
C256, 57
C258
C260
C266, 67
C270
C271
C274
C275
C279
C280, 282
C284
C287
C288
C289, 290
C292
C294
C303
C304 thru 308
C309
C310
C311
C313, 314
C315
2113931F37
2113930F51
2113931F49
2113932E07
2113930F51
--------2113931F37
2113930F51
2113930F17
2113930F20
2113931F49
2113930F17
2113906C02
2113930F03
2113930F28
2113930F51
--------2311049A60
2113930F51
2113930F18
2113930F20
2113930F15
2113930F51
2113930F27
2113906C02
2113930F25
2109720D09
2113931F25
2109720D09
2311049A05
2113931F25
2311049J23
2113928L05
2113932K15
2113931F49
2311049J11
2113932K07
2113931F49
2113931F25
2385688A01
--------2113932K15
2113930F51
2113932K15
2311049A33
2109720D09
2113931F49
2113930F51
2113930F03
2113930F51
2113932E07
2113930F51
2113931F37
2113930F51
2113931F37
--------2113930F51
3300
100
0.01µF
0.022µF; 16V
100
Not Placed
3300
100
3.9
5.1
0.01µF
3.9
ATC, 4.0pF
1.0 ± 0.1pf
11
100
Not Placed
10µF; 4V
100
4.3
5.1
3.3
100
10
ATC, 4.0pF
8.2
0.022µF
1000
0.022µF
0.47µF; 16V
1000
10µF; 10V
4.7µF; 16V
0.1µF
0.01Ω
4.7µF; 16V
0.047µF
0.01µF
1000
4.7µF; 10V
Not Placed
0.1µF
100
0.1µF
0.22µF
0.022µF
0.01µF
100
1
100
0.022µF; 16V
100
3300
100
3300
Not Placed
100
CR5 thru 9
CR11
CR12
CR101, 103
CR108, 109
CR201
CR202
CR203
CR204, 205
CR206
CR207 thru 209
E101
E104
4862824C01
4805129M96
4805218N57
4805129M67
4802482J02
4802245J29
4862824C01
4862824C03
4802233J09
4805129M06
4802245J29
2484657R01
---------
DIODE: See Note 1
Varactor
PIN
Dual
Dual
PIN
Varactor
Varactor
Varactor
Triple
Dual
Varactor
CORE: Bead, Ferrite
Not Placed
F1
6505757V01
FUSE:
1.0 Amp
FL1
4802655J03
G1
G2
3905643V01
3905643V01
J301
0905461X03
J401
3905264W01
JACK:
Connector; 20 contacts; to P301
Strip Connector
Contact, Antenna
L6
L7
L8
L9
L10
L11
L12
L13
L14, 15
L16
L20
L22
2462587V30
2462587V38
2462587T23
2462587V29
2462587V25
2460591B04
2460591M32
2460591B80
2460591B04
2462587T23
2462587N61
2462587T23
COIL, RF:
47nH
220nH
470nH
39nH
18nH
4 turns, airwound
4 turns, airwound
4 turns, airwound
4 turns, airwound
470nH
470nH
470nH
FILTER:
73.35MHz, See Note 2
CONNECTOR:
Contact Antenna, Ground
Contact Antenna, Ground
L23
L24
L25
L30, 31
L32
L34, 35
L36
L37
L101
L102, 103
L105
L107, 108
L121, 122
L123
L126 thru 128
L201
L202
L204
L205
L207
L208, 209
L210
L211
L212
L213
L215
L216
L218
L219
L220
L221
L222
L223
L224
L301, 302
2462587Q44
2462587V37
2462587Q20
2460591A01
2460591B04
2460591A01
2462587V36
2462587V23
2462587T20
--------2462587T20
2462587T17
2462587T20
2462587V38
2460591B04
2462587T38
2462587Q20
2462587Q42
2462587V27
2462587V38
2462587T22
2405619V01
2405619V05
2462587V26
2462587T15
2462587T22
2462587T05
2462587T22
2462587T37
2462587T39
2462587T22
2462587Q40
2462587Q42
2462587T40
2462587Q42
560nH
180nH
2.2µH
4 turns, airwound
4 turns, airwound
4 turns, airwound
150nH
12nH
270nH
Not Placed
270nH
150nH
270nH
220nH
4 turns, airwound
22nH
2200nH
390nH
27nH
220nH
390nH
18.1nH, molded coil
12nH, molded coil
22nH
100nH
390nH
15nH
390nH
18nH
27nH
390nH
270nH
390nH
33nH
390nH
P404
3905861X02
PLUG:
Connector, Battery; 2-pin
Q1, Q4
Q5
Q101
Q104, 105, 107
Q108
Q110
Q201
Q202
4805218N63
4880048M04
--------4805921T02
4802245J10
4802245J12
4802245J15
4805218N55
TRANSISTOR: See Note 1
NPN
PNP
Not Placed
PNP NPN
NPN Dual
PNP
JFET
NPN
R7
R16
R17
R18
R22, 23
R26
R27
R32, 33
R34, 35
R36
R40
R41
R42
R43
R44
R45
R46
R47
R48
R49
R50
R51
R52
R53
R102
R106
R107
R110
R111
R113
R114
R115
R116
R119
R126
R127
R128
R129
R130
R139
R199
0662057A25
0662057A59
0662057A80
0662057B05
0662057A73
--------0662057A01
0662057A59
0662057A89
--------0662057A41
0662057A09
0662057A41
--------0662057A45
0662057A90
0662057A89
0662057B47
--------0662057A77
0662057A53
0662057A51
0662057A25
0662057A73
0662057A65
0662057A61
--------0662057A57
0662057A67
0662057A85
0662057A73
0611079B37
0662057G19
0662057B22
0662057A18
0662057A12
0662057A89
0662057A65
--------0662057A97
0662057B47
or- - - - - - - - -
R203
R204
R205
R206
R207
0662057A09
0662057A73
0662057A77
0662057A73
0662057A91
RESISTOR, Fixed: Ω ± 5%
0.0625W unless stated
100
2.7K
20K
200K
10K
Not Placed
10
2.7K
47K
Not Placed
470
22
470
Not Placed
680
51K
47K
0
Not Placed
15K
1.5K
1.2K
100
100
4.7K
3.3K
Not Placed
2.2K
5.6K
33K
10K
390K ± 1%
390K ± 1%
1M
51
30
47K
4.7K
Not Placed
100K
0Ω; used in place of S101 on
NUE7265B and NUE7274B
Not used, replaced with S101 on
NUE7266B and NUE7272B
22
10K
15K
10K
56K
R208
R209
R210
R211
R212
R213
R214, 215
R217
R218
R219
R220
R221
R222
R223
0662057A56
0662057A41
0662057A37
0662057A29
0662057A46
0662057A41
0662057A88
0662057A77
0662057A97
0662057A01
0662057A56
0662057A51
--------0662057A93
2K
470
330
150
750
470
43K
15K
100K
10
2K
1.2K
Not Placed
68K
RT101
0605621T02
THERMISTOR:
50K
S101
4005831W01
or- - - - - - - - -
SWITCH:
RF, used on NUE7266B and NUE
7272B
Not Used, replaced with R199 on
NUE7265B and NUE7274B
T1
T2
2505515V08
2505515V11
TRANSFORMER:
Balun; 4:1
Balun; 16:1
U1
U2
U3
U101
U102
U103
U104
U105
U201
U202
U203
U204
5105457W50
5105457W52
5186296A02
5105835U52
5105835U51
5160880B02
5102001J68
5105385Y10
5102227J37
5105469E65
5105385Y42
5105457W81
MODULE: See Note 1
RF Amp
Mixer
IF
TX ALC
D/A
5V regulator
Stripline Coupler
4-Watt PA
VCO Buffer
5V regulator
Ref. Oscillator, 16.8MHz
Synthesizer
ME1
ME2
ME3
ME4
ME5
ME6
ME7
ME8
MECHANICAL PARTS
2602657J01
SHIELD, VCO
2602658J01
SHIELD, Ref. Oscillator
2602659J01
SHIELD, ZIF
2602660J03
SHIELD, RF
2602832X01
SHIELD, ZIF Back
2602674J03
SHIELD, VCO Back
2602675J01
SHIELD, Synthesizer
2602686J01
SHIELD, Coil
Notes:
1. For optimum performance, order replacement diodes, transistors,
and circuit modules by Motorola part number only.
2. When ordering crystals, specify carrier frequency, crystal
frequency, crystal type number, and Motorola part number.
3. “Not Placed” means that components are for future use, and are
not placed on the circuit board at this time.
67
NOTES:
B+
1. UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED RX DC VOLTAGES ARE MEASURED WITHOUT RF INTO J401.
E104
L101
270nH
E101
57R01
*
NC
*
*
C104
100pF
C101
.022uF
3
5. MEASUREMENTS MADE ABOVE CROSSOVER FREQUENCY.
P.A.
U105
85Y10
6. MEASUREMENTS MADE BELOW CROSSOVER FREQUENCY.
D4
REF_DA
D5
R_T
D2
SC1
4.9Vdc (RX)
0Vdc (TX)
SB+
3
C154
100pF
4
C145
100pF
5V_REG
5
SC2
1
NC
5
E2
R129
4.7K
A3
D1
R113
33K
2.45Vdc (TX)
5Vdc (TX)
0Vdc (RX)
Q105
0Vdc (RX)
5
1
3
2
ICATH_2
RE_DET
TX12
DA_REF
1
IN
RX_1
CATH_1
5V_TX
INT_CAP_OUT
D2
DAC
NC
CLK
NC
D5
C4
C3
CLK
D
1.5Vdc (TX)
R102
4.7K
A2 B3 D4 A4
3.3Vdc (TX)
1
B5
C2
DATA
2.8Vdc (TX)
0Vdc (RX)
0Vdc (RX)
3
SB+
C157
0.1uF
C128
1uF
2
C126
3.3uF
ANODE_2
B4
C115
.033uF
U103
5V REG
OUT
PA_OUT
PA_CNTL
TEMP_SENSE
*
5Vdc
DAC
U101
TX ALC IC
ANT_SW_BS
C139
4
R116
130K
B1
B2
R106
3.3K
C123
0.1uF
2
3
1 NC
D3 E4 E3 C1
BIAS_RT
5V
NC
LCK
NC NC
*
*
B4 C5
E4 D3
C1 E3
0Vdc (RX)
C109
C110
C2
SC3
B+
4.9Vdc (TX)
C5
B1
SC4
4
4
3
R115
180K
Q108
2
U102
D/A IC
*
Q101
C4
TX_DA
C127
*
GND
5
2
0.55Vdc 450MHz
0Vdc, 520MHz
Q107
Q104
1
EN_BIAS
RX_DA
C117
100pF
3.5Vdc, 512MHz
5Vdc (TX)
0Vdc (RX)
A4
C107
3.2Vdc, 450MHz
3.6Vdc, 520MHz
RESET
D1
SW2
B5
NC
NC
E2
SW_C
EN_ANT
C119
100pF
*
7.5Vdc (RX)
*
C156
1uF
A3 B3
A2
DATA
R111
5.6K
1
B2
C3
SEL
2
C118
0.1uF
R139
100K
D
GND1
R110
2.2K
CR103
3
CLK
DAC
1
*
L102
*
6.8Vdc (TX)
PA_BIAS
3
NC
*
R107
INT_CAP_IN
C155
100pF
C133
1.8pF
TX_LO
NC
C108
2
1
BIAS_EN
CR101
3.9Vdc (TX)
0Vdc (RX)
10
CLK
9
RFIN
L103
*
5V_REG
GND2
7 8
R114
10K
NC
RFOUT
BPOS
C121
100pF
3
R127
30
4
C116
6
4
R126
51
6.5Vdc (TX)
C132
8.2pF
U104
COUPLER
1
7. * = NOT PLACED
5
B+
Q110
R130
RECV_5V
RF_IN
RF_OUT
SW1
2
C106
4.7uF
2
GND
4. THESE LEVELS MEASURED BY REMOVING R52.
C103
10uF
VCNTRL
C102
B_POS
C120
*
3. VOLTAGES IN mV ARE MEASURED WITH A X10 SCOPE PROBE.
2.2Vdc (TX)
C105
100pF
OF THE RF MILLIVOLTMETER & A RF LEVEL OF -20 DBM INTO J401.
ANODE_1
2. RX RF VOLTAGES IN DBM ARE MEASURED WITH 1.5PF IN SERIES WITH 50 OHM ADAPTER
C113
100pF
TP10
50K
RT101
C111
100pF
SB+
B+
0Vdc (RX)
5Vdc (TX)
6.5Vdc (TX)
5V_REG
5.8Vdc (TX)
L122
L16
470nH
270nH
2
6
7
-34dBm
7.4Vdc (RX)
C86
100pF
CR8
CR7
FREQ
VR (RX)
450MHz
1.14Vdc
512MHz
3.16Vdc
520MHz
3.50Vdc
6
-28dBm
CR9
-32dBm
C10
56pF
L6
47nH
0.6Vdc
2
4
OUT
RF AMPLIFIER
U1
ABP
1
C2
6.2pF
C3
4.3pF
L34
4.22nH
L35
4.22nH
L37
12nH
C9
10pF
L7
220nH
C13
22uF
*
-18dBm
3
8
AG2
7
-31dBm
(NOTE 4)
C4
9.1pF
L10
18nH
C83
100pF
-50dBm
-46dBm
L9
39nH
C5
7.5pF
C6
5.6pF
C7
15pF
C31
.01uF
0Vdc (TX)
C85
10uF
R7
100
(NOTE 4)
1
L14
11.03nH
L15
11.03nH
4
3
8
2
C92
5
2.4Vdc
C18
10pF
C19
6.8pF
R27
10
*
L11
11.03nH
L12
27.42nH
L13
19.61nH
14
C93
C88
100pF
C89
6.8pF
C90
15pF
C91
10pF
C94
16pF
1
5
5.1pF
T1
4.3pF
C11
.01uF
T2
5
IF
3
7
R36
C72
100pF
R26
CR11
IN
0.4Vdc (RX)
C15
100pF
L8
470nH
R23
10K
L32
11.03nH
L31
4.22nH
4.9Vdc (RX)
0.1Vdc (TX)
R119
1MEG
C1
5.1pF
L30
4.22nH
C17
0.1uF
7.4Vdc (RX)
C140
4700pF
R22
10K
CR6
AGC
C12
100pF
9
2
C87
100pF
L121
270nH
Vcc
5
L108
150nH
GND3
C114
100pF
CR109
R52
100
C16
30pF
L123
220nH
GND2
1
TO UNIVERSAL
CONNECTOR
EXT. ANT.
C148
4.3pF
GND1
P402
8
C149
20pF
C150
15pF
C151
3pF
C141
100pF
C138
100pF
GND3
G2
TO UNIVERSAL
CONNECTOR
EXTERNAL
ANTENNA
GND2
4
GND1
G1
GND
GND
C99
13pF
RF1
IFN
U2
MIXER
BUFFER
RF2
LOIN
1
2
5
IFP
BBP
BDIV
GND5
C137
100pF
C147
100pF
BVDD
3
1
L126
11.03nH
GND4
J401
L127
11.03nH
GND3
P401
L128
11.03nH
4.9Vdc (RX)
0.1Vdc (TX)
6.7Vdc (RX)
CR108
S101
RF SWITCH
GND2
R128
47K
5V_REG
C135
100pF
GND1
ANTENNA
B+
L105
270nH
L107
150nH
GND
C153
100pF
R199
0
6
9 10 13
C98
20pF
11
12
3
4
2
4
4Vdc
1Vdc
C84
.01uF
C82
.01uF
-22dBm (RX)
0.5Vdc
RX_LO
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NUE7265B, NUE7266B, NUE/PMUE7272B, AND NUE7274B UHF (403-470MHz)
TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 1 of 2)
B+
SO
NC13
NC12
CE
VDD2
CEXT
NC11
C55
33pF
C247
0.47uF
C253
10uF
L24
180nH
R35
47K
1 44 43 31
C238
100pF
R203
22
C214
*
C235
4.3pF
L219
18nH
L208
390nH
1.6 Vdc
17
L25
2.2uH
2.6Vdc
R209
470
Q202
0.1Vdc (RX)
2.25Vdc (TX)
R204
10K
C237
3.3pF
*
L201
22nH
C203
1.5pF
U201
SV1
VCO BUFFER
RX_OUT
14
C
6
R206
10K
9
R217
15K
C205
1.9Vdc (TX)
L215
390nH
C61
0.1uF
C4POS
Vpp
C3NEG
+5V1
C3POS
5
7
3.4Vdc
C41
0.1uF
40
C2POS
U3
ZIF
DM_IN
C1NEG
PEAMP_OUT
C1POS
PEAMP_5V
DISC
RSSI_FLT
RAMPCAP
DM_BYP
AGC
39 30 1
L218
390nH
2.5Vdc
CR202
8 15 16 26 41 3
+2.5V1
2
31 PINS 31-38 = 2.5Vdc
C45
32
33
0.22uF
CLOCK
IF_SEL
34
C44
35
0.22uF
36
C43
37
0.22uF
38
C42
0.22uF
28
C233
100pF
C51
0.1uF
J301-17
TO P301
1kHz
280mVpp/kHz
DEVIATION
2.3Vdc
J301-10
24
DISC
C306
100pF
27
2.5Vdc
C48
430pF
C47
0.1uF
9
1.2Vdc
2.9Vdc (RX) (NOTE 3)
2.1MHz
Q4
3
RSSI
2.1/2.4_MHZ
2.0Vdc
J301-13
R49
15K
1
1200mVpp
DAC
-36dBm (RX)
(NOTE 5)
1.4Vdc
R46
47K
C228
100pF
SYN_SEL
C309
3300pF
C307
100pF
2
R50
1.5K
SQ_OUT
SYN
J301-11
R47
0
C230
L212
22nH
LOCK_DET
J301-7
DAC_SEL
C310
100pF
D
-12dBm(TX)
2.8Vdc
L216
15nH
R210
330
*
6
1.6Vdc
C60
0.1uF
C4NEG
2.5Vdc
C222
3.9pF
C226
11pF
NC
0.1Vdc (TX)
RX_LO
3
1 13 8 12 11
2.2Vdc (RX)
C204
100pF
C206
3300pF
VC
S1
VCC
TX_OUT
C221
.01uF
C225
1pF
B2
C202
10
E2
2
RBY
NC
4
GND
15
TX_LO
C201
1pF
TRB
PS
C292
1pF
GND1
L224
33nH
7
-18dBm
4.5Vdc
R208
2K
REF_OSC_SEL
J301-12
C305
100pF
C2NEG
10
CR209
C231
10uF
J301-5
C313
C46
0.22uF
*
0Vdc (RX)
5
C40
100pF
-53dBm (NOTE 5)
using 10 pF
C59
.01uF
+5V2
C208
100pF
3.3Vdc
S2
3Vdc (TX)
CR201
R207
56K
16
*
+5V3
1.6Vdc
C240
4.5pF
R220
2K
1.4Vdc
-9dBm
L23
560nH
R53
10K
R43
4
C243
8.2pF
L210
18.9nH
C209
.01uF
R223
68K
12
11
C244
.022uF
R205
15K
4.6Vdc
L204
390nH
13
2.5V
C236
5.1pF
VCO_MOD
J301-15
L301
390nH
DURING
PROGRAMING
23 14 18 22 25 19 20 21 29
C239
10pF
2Vdc(RX)
0.7Vdc (RX)
4.3Vdc (TX)
R51
1.2K
J301-3
R45
51K
4.6Vdc (NOTE 5)
L209
390nH
SW_B+
D
1
CR208
L207
22nH
-8dBm
L205
27nH
L220
27nH
CR207
J301-2
C311
3300pF
C95
8.2pF
CR12
2
-23 dBm
R33
2.7K
3
C211
100pF
CLK
3.4Vdc
5V_REG
7.7(RX)Vdc @ 520MHz
9.2(TX)Vdc @ 520MHz
L221
390nH
RAW B+
J301-14
C57
43pF
6.1(RX)Vdc @ 512MHz
7.4(TX)Vdc @ 512MHz
J301-20
C308
100pF
73.35MHz
2.8Vdc
1.7Vdc
4.9(RX)Vdc @ 450MHz
5.2(TX)Vdc @ 450MHz
C49
0.33uF
C58
2.2pF
2
C56
43pF
TP5 VCTRL
C287
.022uF
RAW_B+
J301-4
LOCK=5V
UNLOCK=0V
CE
NC
30
1
C246
.022uF
L222
270nH
R1=47K
Q1
TP5
R211
150
NC
J301-1
LCK
Q5
SQ
NC
NC
3
1
2.5Vdc
R213
470
C96
.01uF
RSSI_OUT
NC
R212
750
C63
0.1uF
R32
2.7K
-23dBm
3.8Vdc
(NOTE5)
CLK
33 22 13
C54
39pF
CR5
C216
3300pF
C65
4700pF
R34
47K
PREAMPIN
MODOUT
AUX2
17
C64
0.1uF
R17
20K
DATA
CAP
16
18
R16
2.7K
C53
0.15uF
C275
0.1uF
SYN
C304
100pF
5V_REG
GND_PREAMP
R18
200K
C52
.018uF
GND6
SBASE
PREIN
C290
100pF
C294
100pF
WARP
R_GND1
21
38
CPBIAS2
SOUT
C210
.022uF
1 Vpp
Vc
C250
1000pF
28
19
R_GND2
R215
43K
C271
4.7uF
1.6Vdc (TX)
R214
43K
GND1
1.7Vdc (RX)
CPBIAS1
GND2
29
AD_BYPASS
12
4
16.8MHz
PVREF
16.8MHz
BATT-
IS_B+
0V OR 5Vdc UNLOCK
2.0Vdc typical
(shield in place)
4
24
3
BATT+
7.5Vdc
VIBYPASS
S
C270
1000pF
D
L223
390nH
EN_CE
GND4
C284
0.22uF
C303
.022uF
D
LOCK
C125
3.3uF
3
2
GND
GND5
41
Q201
C315
100pF
32V
1A
GND
5V REG
28
GND4
LCK
7
FEEDBACK
GND3
4
6 15 16 17 18 19
29
1.0A
8
INPUT
SHUTDOWN
+5V4
5
TST2
5
C255
0.1uF
C254
4.7uF
30
LO_IN
A1 A2 A3
6
C217
100pF
TST1
U204
2
NC 37 AUX1
DATA
39
SYNTHESIZER IOUT 32
AUX3
40
34
IADAPT
AUX4
NC
35
ADAPTTSW
NC
0Vdc (Rx, Tx) (Note 7)
Else 4.4 Vdc (Note 6)
-7.6 Vdc(Rx) (Note 6)
-7.8 Vdc(Tx) (Note 6)
Else 0 Vdc (Note 7)
27
4
NC14
C282
0.1uF
2.2uH
31
U202
GND2
NC
0V
5Vpp (N0te 6)
R218
100K
26
NC16
NC15
32
1
OUTPUT
5
ERROR
NC
2
SENSE
6
5V_TAP
+2.5V2
NC
5V
16.8 MHz
L202
24
R219
10
C219
C220
3.9pF
5.1pF
C223
4.5pF
CR203
L211
11.3nH
L213
100nH
C227
100pF
L36
150nH
R41
22
R40
470
R42
470
L20
470nH
C35
*
C36
5.1pF
FL1
1
IN
OUT
2
4
*
R48
*
L22
470nH
5V
J301-6
C314
C38
10pF
3
DATA
390nH
L302
C50
.01uF
FREQ=73.35MHz
-44dBm (NOTE 5)
GND1
C266
.01uF
3
NC17
22
SB+
2.3Vdc
EN
2
VMULT4
GND3
1
K1 K2 K3
CR205
3
15 NC
XTAL2
14
XTAL1
5
MODIN
VMULT3
6
NC
CLK
10
NC18
5V_REG
GND1
VMULT1
7
CR206
FREFOUT
VMULT2
9
C288
.01uF
U203
25
GND
C257
.01uF
C267
.01uF
*
R211
C289
CLK 100pF
SCK
REF OSC
NC10
8
C260
.047uF
C280
0.1uF
F1
CLK
1
S1
SS
NC9
C256
.01uF
C279
100pF
2.1MHz
R221
1.2K
20 36 42 25 23 11
NC8
4
DC5V1
A3
DC5V2
A2
K3
5
DC5V3
K2
5Vdc
6
DC5V4
A1
SIN
3
K1
VCP
2
D
*
1
NC7
FOUT
8
DET
12
VOPT
11
VREG
26
GND
1
NC1
2
NC2
3
NC3
NC6
*
4Vpp
16.8MHz 10
NC5
C274
CR204
NC4
13Vdc
C258
4.7uF
NC NC NC NC NC
9 13 23 14 20 27 7 21
DE
VDD
C245
1000pF
R44
680
C39
1.8pF
J301-8
GND
J301-9
GND
J301-16
GND
J301-18
GND
J301-19
GND
AGC
IF
63B81097C03-O
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NUE7265B, NUE7266B, NUE/PMUE7272B, AND NUE7274B UHF (403-470MHz)
TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2)
69
MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS DEPT.
Jedi UHF RF
8404221J44.S
ILLUSTRATOR
JP
EDITOR
DATE
ENGINEER
DWG. NO.
MAEPF-26303
DATE
12/18/97
DATE
CHECKER
DATE
O
MAEPF-26302-O
C157
MAEPF-26303-O
O.K. AS IS
CORRECTED
AS
MARKED
ISS.
LETTERING SIZE:
REQUIRES:
NUE7267B, NUE7268B, NUE/PMUE7273B, AND NUE7275B UHF (450-520MHz)
TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS
DISK
Illustrator
JWB
70
PROGRAM
O.K. AS MARKE
REVISION
RLSE.
Electrical Parts List, UHF Transceivers (450–520MHz)
NUE7267B, NUE7268B, NUE/PMUE7273B, NUE7275B
REFERENCE
SYMBOL
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C9
C10
C11
C12
C13
C15
C16
C17
C18
C19
C31
C35
C36
C38
C39
C40
C41
C42 thru 46
C47
C48
C49
C50
C51
C52
C53
C54
C55
C56, 57
C58
C59
C60
C61
C63, 64
C65
C72
C82
C83
C84
C85
C86, 87
C88
C89
C90
C91
C92
C93
C94
C95
C96
C98
C99
C101
C102
C103
C104, 105
C106
C107 thru 110
C111, 113, 114
C115
C116
C117
C118
C119
C120
C121
C123
C125, 126
C127
C128
C132
C133
C135, 137, 138
C139
C140
C141, 145, 147
C148
C149
C150
C151
C153 thru 155
C156
C157
C201
C202
C203
MOTOROLA
PART NO.
2113930F18
2113930F22
2113930F18
2113930F51
2113930F23
2113930F20
2113930F28
2113930F23
2113930F45
2113931F49
2113930F51
2311049A66
2113930F51
2113930F38
2113932K15
2113930F26
2113930F21
2113931F49
--------2113930F20
2113930F27
2113930F09
2113930F51
2113743A19
2113743A23
2109720D14
2113741F16
2113743F12
2113931F49
2113932K15
2113741A51
2113743B17
2113930F41
2113930F39
2113930F42
2113930F11
2113931F49
2113932K15
2109720D14
2113932K15
2113931F41
2113930F51
2113931F49
2113930F51
2113931F49
2311049J23
2113930F51
2113930F45
2113740A18
2113930F25
2113930F31
2113930F09
2113930F20
2113930F29
2113930F25
2113931F49
2113930F34
2113930F21
2113932E07
--------2311049J26
2113930F51
2311049A56
--------2113930F51
2113932K07
--------2113930F51
2113932K15
2113930F51
--------2113930F51
2113932K15
2311049A54
--------2311049A07
2113930F25
2113930F09
2113930F51
--------2113931F41
2113930F51
2113930F03
2113930F30
2113930F29
2113930F18
2113930F51
2311049A07
2113932K15
2113930F03
--------2113930F07
DESCRIPTION
CAPACITOR, Fixed: pF ± 25%;
50V unless stated
4.3
6.2
4.3
100
6.8
5.1
11
6.8
56
.01µF
100
22µF 4V
100
30
.1µF 16V
9.1
5.6
.01µF
Not Placed
5.1
10
1.8
100
.1µF
.22µF
.1µF
430
.330µF
.01µF 5%
.1µF 16V
.018µF
.150µF
39
33
43
2.2
.01µF 5%
.1µF 16V
.1µF
.1µF 16V
.0047µF 5%
100
.01µF 5%
100
.01µF 5%
10µF
100
56
4.3
8.2
15
1.8
5.1
12
8.2
.01µF 5%
20
5.6
.022µF 10% 16V
Not Placed
10µF
100
4.7µF
Not Placed
100
.047µF 16V
Not Placed
100
.1µF 16V
100
Not Placed
100
.1µF 16V
3.3µF
Not Placed
1µF
8.2
1.8 ± 0.1
100
Not Placed
.0047µF 5%
100
1 ± 0.1
13
12
4.3
100
1µF
.1µF 16V
1 ± 0.1
Not Placed
1.5 ± 0.1
C204
C205
C206
C208
C209
C210
C211
C214
C216
C217
C219
C220
C221
C222
C223
C225
C226
C227, 228
C230
C231
C233
C235
C236
C237
C238
C239
C240
C243
C244
C245
C246
C247
C250
C253
C254
C255
C256
C257
C258
C260
C266, 267
C270
C271
C274
C275
C279
C280
C282
C284
C287
C288
C289, 290
C292
C294
C303
C304 thru 308
C309
C310
C311
C313, 314
C315
2113930F51
--------2113931F33
2113930F51
2113931F49
2113932E07
2113930F51
2113930F14
2113931F37
2113930F51
2113930F15
2113930F22
2113931F49
2113930F18
2113906C02
2113930F03
2113930F26
2113930F51
--------2311049A60
2113930F51
2113930F20
2113930F18
2113930F15
2113930F51
2113930F23
2113906C02
2113930F23
2109720D09
2113931F25
2109720D09
2311049A05
2113931F25
2311049J23
2113928L05
2113932K15
2113931F49
2113931F49
2311049J11
2113932K07
2113931F49
2113931F25
2385688A01
--------2113932K15
2113930F51
2113932K15
2113932K15
2311049A33
2109720D09
2113931F49
2113930F51
2113930F03
2113930F51
2113932E07
2113930F51
2113931F37
2113930F51
2113931F37
--------2113930F51
100
Not Placed
.0022µF 5%
100
.01µF 5%
.022µF 10% 16V
100
3
.003µF 5%
100
3.3
6.2
.01µF 5%
4.3
ATC, 4pF
1 ± 0.1
9.1
100
Not Placed
10µF 4V
100
5.1
4.3
3.3
100
6.8
ATC, 4pF
6.8
.022µF
.001µF 5%
.022µF
.47µF, 25V
.001µF 5%
10µF 6V
4.7µF 16V
.1µF 16V
.01µF 5%
.01µF 5%
4.7µF 16V
.047µF 16V
.01µF 5%
.001µF 5%
4.7µF 10V 20%
Not Placed
.1µF 16V
100
.1µF 16V
.1µF 16V
0.22µF
.022µF
.01µF 5%
100
1 ± 0.1
100
.022µF 10% 16V
100
.0033µF 5%
100
.0033µF 5%
Not Placed
100
CR5 thru 9
CR11
CR12
CR101, 103
CR108, 109
CR201
CR202
CR203
CR204, 205
CR206
CR207 thru 209
4862824C01
4805129M96
4805218N57
4805129M67
4802482J02
4802245J29
4862824C01
4862824C03
4802233J09
4805129M06
4802245J29
DIODE: See Note 1
Varactor
PIN
Dual
Dual
PIN
Varactor
Varactor
Varactor
Triple
Dual
Varactor
E101
E104
2484657R01
---------
CORE:
Bead, Ferrite
Not Placed
F1
6505757V01
FUSE:
1-Amp.
FL1
4802655J03
FILTER:
Crystal, 73.35MHz, See Note 2
G1
G2
3905643V01
3905643V01
CONNECTOR:
Contact, Antenna Ground
Contact, Ground
J301
0905461X03
J401
3905264W01
JACK:
Connector; 20 contacts; to P301
Strip Connector
Contact Antenna
L6
L7
2462587V29
2462587V37
COIL, RF: nH
39 5%
180 5%
L8
L9
L10
L11
L12
L13
L14, 15
L16
L20
L22
L23
L24
L25
L30, 31
L32
L34, 35
L36
L37
L101
L102, 103
L105
L107, 108
L121, 122
L123
L126 thru 128
L201
L202
L204
L205
L207
L208, 209
L210
L211
L212
L213, 215
L216
L218
L219
L220
L221
L222
L223
L224
L301, 302
2462587T23
2462587V27
2462587V23
2460591B04
2460591M32
2460591B80
2460591B04
2462587T23
2462587N61
2462587T23
2462587Q44
2462587V37
2462587Q20
2460591A01
2460591B04
2460591A01
2462587V36
2462587V24
2462587T20
--------2462587T20
2462587T17
2462587T20
2462587V38
2460591B04
2462587T37
2462587Q20
2462587Q42
2462587V25
2462587V36
2462587T22
2405619V03
2405619V07
2462587V25
2462587T22
2462587T05
2462587T22
2462587T37
2462587T39
2462587T22
2462587Q40
2462587Q42
2462587T40
2462587Q42
470 5%
27 5%
12 5%
4 Turns, airwound
4 Turns, airwound
4 Turns, airwound
4 Turns, airwound
470 5%
470 5%
470 5%
560 10%
180 5%
2, 200 20%
3 Turns, airwound
4 Turns, airwound
3 Turns, airwound
150 5%
15 5%
270 5%
Not Placed
270 5%
150 5%
270 5%
220 5%
4 Turns, airwound
18 5%
2200 20%
390 10%
18 5%
150 5%
390 5%
15.1, Molded Coil
9, Molded Coil
18 5%
390 5%
15 10%
390 5%
18 5%
27 5%
390 5%
270 10%
390 10%
33 5%
390 10%
P404
3905861X02
PLUG:
Connector, Battery; 2-pin
Q1, 4
Q5
Q101
Q104, 105, 107
Q108
Q110
Q201
Q202
4805218N63
4880048M04
--------4805921T02
4802245J10
4802245J12
4802245J15
4805218N55
TRANSISTOR: See Note 1
NPN
PNP
Not Placed
PNP NPN
NPN Dual
PNP
JFET P-Channel
NPN
R7
R16
R17
R18
R22, 23
R26
R27
R32, 33
R34, 35
R36
R40
R41
R42
R43
R44
R45
R46
R47
R48
R49
R50
R51
R52
R53
R102
R106
R107
R110
R111
R113
R114
R115
R116
R119
R126
R127
R128
0662057A25
0662057A59
0662057A80
0662057B05
0662057A73
0662057A01
0662057A59
0662057A89
--------0662057A41
0662057A09
0662057A41
--------0662057A45
0662057A90
0662057A89
0662057A09
--------0662057A77
0662057A53
0662057A51
0662057A25
0662057A73
0662057A65
0662057A61
--------0662057A65
0662057A49
0662057A85
0662057A77
0660078L28
0662057G19
0662057B22
0662057A18
0662057A12
0662057A89
RESISTOR, Fixed: Ω ± 5% .0625W
unless stated
100
2.7K
20K
200K
10K
Not Placed
10
2.7K
47K
Not Placed
470
22
470
Not Placed
680
51K
47K
22
Not Placed
15K
1.5K
1.2K
100
10K
4.7K
3.3K
Not Placed
4.7K
1K
33K
15K
180K ± 1%; 0.125W
130K ± 1%; 0.1W
1MEG
51
30
47K
R129
R130
R139
R199
0662057A65
--------0662057A97
0662057B47
or- - - - - - - - -
R203
R204
R205
R206
R207
R208
R209
R210
R211
R212
R213
R214
R215
R217
R218
R219
R220
R221
R222
R223
0662057A01
0662057A73
0662057A77
0662057A73
0662057A93
0662057A58
0662057A41
0662057A37
0662057A29
0662057A46
0662057A41
0662057A87
0662057A88
0662057A77
0662057A97
0662057B47
0662057A56
0662057A51
--------0662057A89
RT101
0605621T02
S101
4005831W01
or- - - - - - - - -
4.7K
Not Placed
100K
0 Ω, used in place of S101 on
NUE7267B and NUE7275B
Not used, replaced with S101 on
NUE7268B and NUE7273B
10
10K
15K
10K
68K
2.4K
470
330
150
750
470
39K
43K
15K
100K
0 Ω ± .050 Ω
2000
1200
Not Placed
47K
THERMISTOR:
50K
SWITCH:
RF used on
NUE7268B and NUE7273B
Not used, replaced with R199 on
NUE7267B and NUE7275B
T1
T2
2505515V08
2505515V11
TRANSFORMER:
Balun; 4:1
Balun; 16:1
U1
U2
U3
U101
U102
U103
U104
U105
U201
U202
U203
U204
5105457W50
5105457W52
5186296A02
5105835U52
5105835U51
5160880B02
5102001J68
5105385Y11
5102227J37
5105469E65
5105385Y42
5105457W81
MODULE: See Note 1
RF AMP
Mixer
IF
TX ALC
D/A
5V Regulator
Coupler
Power Amplifier, 4W, LDMOS
VCO Buffer
5V Regulator
Ref. 0scillator, 16.8 MHz Sine Wave
Synthesizer
ME1
ME2
ME3
ME4
ME5
ME6
ME7
ME8
MECHANICAL PARTS
2602657J01
SHIELD, VCO
2602658J01
SHIELD, Ref. Oscillator
2602659J01
SHIELD, IF
2602660J03
SHIELD, Varactor Filter
2602832X01
SHIELD, IF Back
2602674J03
SHIELD, VCO Back
2602675J01
SHIELD, Synthesizer Back
2602686J01
SHIELD, Coil
Notes:
1. For optimum performance, order replacement diodes, transistors,
and circuit modules by Motorola part number only.
2. When ordering crystals, specify carrier frequency, crystal
frequency, crystal frequency, crystal type number, and Motorola
part number.
3. “Not Placed” means that components are for future use, and are
not placed on the circuit board at this time.
71
NOTES:
B+
1. UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED RX DC VOLTAGES ARE MEASURED WITHOUT RF INTO J401.
*
NC
*
C103
10uF
C104
100pF
C101
.022uF
5. MEASUREMENTS MADE ABOVE CROSSOVER FREQUENCY.
6. MEASUREMENTS MADE BELOW CROSSOVER FREQUENCY.
C116
SB+
2
3
5
1
5
1
3
NC
R129
4.7K
5Vdc (TX)
0Vdc (RX)
A3
D1
C5
R113
33K
2.45Vdc (TX)
5Vdc (TX)
0Vdc (RX)
Q105
0Vdc (RX)
1
5
B2
R106
3.3K
C123
0.1uF
2
3
TX12
DA_REF
1
IN
2
RX_1
5V_TX
INT_CAP_OUT
D2
DAC
NC
CLK
NC
D5
C4
C3
CLK
D
1.5Vdc (TX)
A2 B3 D4 A4
3.3Vdc (TX)
1
B5
C2
R102
4.7K
DATA
2.8Vdc (TX)
0Vdc (RX)
0Vdc (RX)
3
SB+
C157
0.1uF
C128
1uF
2
C126
3.3uF
ANODE_2
B4
C115
.047uF
U103
5V REG
OUT
U101
TX ALC IC
ANT_SW_BS
CATH_1
*
5Vdc
PA_OUT
PA_CNTL
TEMP_SENSE
C139
4
R116
130K
B1
ICATH_2
RE_DET
DAC
BIAS_RT
E2
GND
3
NC
LCK
NC NC
D3 E4 E3 C1
*
*
B4 C5
E4 D3
0Vdc (RX)
C109
C110
C2
SC3
NC
3.5Vdc, 512MHz
B1
SC4
C1 E3
4.9Vdc (TX)
C4
TX_DA
4
4
5V_REG
R115
180K
Q108
C145
100pF
C154
100pF
4
2
0.55Vdc 450MHz
0Vdc, 520MHz
Q107
5
SC2
Q104
U102
D/A IC
D4
REF_DA
D5
R_T
D2
SC1
4.9Vdc (RX)
0Vdc (TX)
1
EN_BIAS
B+
3.2Vdc, 450MHz
3.6Vdc, 520MHz
A4
*
*
C156
1uF
A3 B3
*
Q101
7.5Vdc (RX)
C127
PA_BIAS
D1
SW2
B5
NC
NC
E2
SW_C
C117
100pF
A2
C107
INT_CAP_IN
C119
100pF
*
*
6.8Vdc (TX)
*
L102
BIAS_EN
SEL
R111
1K
1
B2
5V
C3
R139
100K
D
RESET
R110
4.7K
2
3
CLK
DAC
CR103
*
C118
0.1uF
RX_DA
NC
1
TX_LO
R107
BPOS
3
1
NC
C108
2
C155
100pF
EN_ANT
C133
1.8pF
CLK
10
DATA
9
CR101
3.9Vdc (TX)
0Vdc (RX)
RFIN
L103
*
5V_REG
GND1
7 8
R127
30
R114
15K
B+
Q110
R130
RECV_5V
C121
100pF
3
NC
RFOUT
P.A.
U105
85Y11
GND
6
4
R126
51
4
C132
8.2pF
U104
COUPLER
1
6.5Vdc (TX)
7. * = NOT PLACED
5
RF_IN
GND2
RF_OUT
SW1
2
2
3
VCNTRL
C102
*
B_POS
C120
4. THESE LEVELS MEASURED BY REMOVING R52.
C106
4.7uF
*
3. VOLTAGES IN mV ARE MEASURED WITH A X10 SCOPE PROBE.
2.2Vdc (TX)
C105
100pF
OF THE RF MILLIVOLTMETER & A RF LEVEL OF -20 DBM INTO J401.
ANODE_1
2. RX RF VOLTAGES IN DBM ARE MEASURED WITH 1.5PF IN SERIES WITH 50 OHM ADAPTER
L101
270nH
E101
57R01
E104
C113
100pF
TP10
50K
RT101
C111
100pF
SB+
B+
0Vdc (RX)
5Vdc (TX)
6.5Vdc (TX)
C153
100pF
C147
100pF
S101
RF SWITCH
5V_REG
5.8Vdc (TX)
L122
C86
100pF
VR (RX)
450MHz
1.14Vdc
512MHz
3.16Vdc
L31
4.22nH
CR8
C2
6.2pF
4.9Vdc (RX)
0.1Vdc (TX)
520MHz
C3
4.3pF
3.50Vdc
-32dBm
C10
56pF
L34
4.22nH
L35
4.22nH
L37
15nH
L6
39nH
C9
6.8pF
L8
470nH
C15
100pF
R26
*
0.6Vdc
2
4
IN
OUT
RF AMPLIFIER
U1
ABP
1
L7
180nH
C13
22uF
3
8
AG2
-31dBm
(NOTE 4)
C4
100pF
L10
12nH
C5
6.8pF
C6
5.1pF
C7
11pF
L14
11.03nH
C31
.01uF
0Vdc (TX)
C85
10uF
R7
100
(NOTE 4)
1
L15
11.03nH
4
3
8
2
C93
5
2.4Vdc
C18
9.1pF
R27
10
*
C19
5.6pF
L11
11.03nH
L12
27.42nH
L13
19.61nH
14
C92
5
5.1pF
1
T1
1.8pF
C11
.01uF
C88
56pF
C89
4.3pF
C90
8.2pF
C91
15pF
C94
12pF
T2
5
IF
3
7
R36
C72
100pF
C83
100pF
-50dBm
-18dBm
L9
27nH
7
0.4Vdc (RX)
-46dBm
CR11
-28dBm
CR9
R119
1MEG
6
R23
10K
L32
11.03nH
CR7
FREQ
C1
4.3pF
L30
4.22nH
C17
0.1uF
7.4Vdc (RX)
C140
4700pF
-34dBm
7.4Vdc (RX)
R22
10K
CR6
L121
270nH
C12
100pF
9
2
C87
100pF
AGC
Vcc
7
L108
150nH
R52
100
C16
30pF
L123
220nH
CR109
GND3
6
C148
1pF
GND2
5
C149
13pF
C150
12pF
GND1
C114
100pF
C151
4.3pF
GND3
P402
TO UNIVERSAL
CONNECTOR
EXT. ANT.
8
1
GND2
G2
TO UNIVERSAL
CONNECTOR
EXTERNAL
ANTENNA
GND1
4
GND
G1
C138
100pF
C99
5.6pF
RF1
IFN
U2
MIXER
BUFFER
RF2
LOIN
1
2
5
IFP
BBP
BDIV
GND5
2
GND
L16
470nH
C141
100pF
270nH
BVDD
3
L126
11.03nH
GND4
1
L127
11.03nH
6.7Vdc (RX)
C137
100pF
GND3
J401
L128
11.03nH
CR108
C135
100pF
4.9Vdc (RX)
0.1Vdc (TX)
GND2
P401
L107
150nH
R128
47K
5V_REG
GND1
ANTENNA
B+
L105
270nH
GND
R199
0
6
9 10 13
C98
20pF
11
12
3
4
4Vdc
1Vdc
C84
.01uF
C82
.01uF
2
4
-22dBm (RX)
0.5Vdc
RX_LO
63B81097C04-O
Sheet 1 of 2
72
NUE7267B, NUE7268B, NUE/PMUE7273B, AND NUE7275B UHF (450-520MHz)
TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 1 of 2)
B+
SO
NC13
CEXT
CE
VDD2
NC12
R16
2.7K
C53
0.15uF
C275
0.1uF
R213
470
NC11
NC10
C55
33pF
NC
L222
270nH
C247
0.47uF
C253
10uF
30
1
L24
180nH
C246
.022uF
R35
47K
1 44 43 31
R1=47K
C211
100pF
1.6 Vdc
L207
150nH
17
L25
2.2uH
C236
4.3pF
2Vdc(RX)
C237
3.3pF
C243
6.8pF
R209
470
0.7Vdc (RX)
4.3Vdc (TX)
R204
10K
Q202
0.1Vdc (RX)
2.25Vdc (TX)
R205
15K
4.6Vdc
R223
47K
15
2
RX_OUT
L201
18nH
S2
*
C203
1.5pF
14
2.2Vdc (RX)
C
RX_LO
C205
3
6
R43
*
C40
100pF
-53dBm (NOTE 5)
using 10 pF
5
7
1.6Vdc
C59
.01uF
C60
0.1uF
C61
0.1uF
9
1.9Vdc (TX)
REF_OSC_SEL
LOCK_DET
C3NEG
+5V1
C3POS
3.4Vdc
C41
0.1uF
40
C2POS
U3
ZIF
DM_IN
C1NEG
PEAMP_OUT
C1POS
PEAMP_5V
DISC
RSSI_FLT
RAMPCAP
DM_BYP
AGC
CLOCK
IF_SEL
8 15 16 26 41 3
+2.5V1
2
31 PINS 31-38 = 2.5Vdc
C45
32
33
0.22uF
34
C44
35
0.22uF
36
C43
37
0.22uF
38
C42
0.22uF
28
SQ_OUT
SYN
J301-17
SYN_SEL
TO P301
C309
3300pF
1kHz
280mVpp/kHz
DEVIATION
2.3Vdc
J301-10
24
DISC
C306
100pF
27
2.5Vdc
C48
430pF
C47
0.1uF
9
1.2Vdc
2.9Vdc (RX) (NOTE 3)
J301-11
RSSI
C307
100pF
C231
10uF
R47
22
2.1MHz
Q4
2
3
2.1/2.4_MHZ
2.0Vdc
J301-13
C51
0.1uF
CR202
R49
15K
1
R50
1.5K
L212
18nH
1200mVpp
DAC
-36dBm (RX)
(NOTE 5)
1.4Vdc
R46
47K
J301-7
DAC_SEL
C310
100pF
D
-12dBm(TX)
2.8Vdc
C222
4.3pF
C226
9.1pF
NC
R217
15K
L213
390nH
L216
15nH
C223
4.5pF
L211
9 nH
CR203
L36
150nH
R41
22
R219
0
C219
3.3pF
C220
6.2pF
C227
100pF
R40
470
R42
470
FL1
L20
470nH
*
1
C36
5.1pF
OUT
IN
2
4
390nH
L302
C50
.01uF
FREQ=73.35MHz
-44dBm (NOTE 5)
C35
L215
390nH
Vpp
C228
100pF
R210
330
*
C4POS
C2NEG
6
10
CR209
C4NEG
1.6Vdc
C233
100pF
C230
J301-5
J301-12
C305
100pF
2.5Vdc
L218
390nH
R206
10K
1 13 8 12 11
0.1Vdc (TX)
C204
100pF
VC
VCC
U201
TX_OUT
SV1
VCO BUFFER
C202
C201
1pF
C206
2200pF
C225
1pF
B2
TX_LO
RBY
E2
4
-18dBm
4.5Vdc
10
S1
TRB
C292
1pF
7
NC
L224
33nH
C221
.01uF
R208
2.4K
VCO_MOD
R45
51K
C46
0.22uF
*
0Vdc (RX)
5
GND1
3Vdc (TX)
16
PS
-9dBm
L23
560nH
2.5Vdc
3.3Vdc
1.4Vdc
10K
R53
+5V2
39 30 1
R207
68K
GND
L204
390nH
CR201
C208
100pF
R220
2K
L220
27nH
11
C240
4.5pF
L210
14.5nH
C209
.01uF
12
+5V3
2.5V
2.6Vdc
L205
18nH
13
4
C244
.022uF
J301-3
C313
23 14 18 22 25 19 20 21 29
C239
6.8pF
-8dBm
C214
3pF
SW_B+
J301-15
L301
390nH
DURING
PROGRAMING
D
1
R51
1.2K
J301-2
C311
3300pF
4.6Vdc (NOTE 5)
L209
390nH
3.4Vdc
C95
8.2pF
CR12
CR208
RAW B+
J301-14
R33
2.7K
GND
-23 dBm
C235
5.1pF
L219
18nH
L208
390nH
CR207
CLK
C49
0.33uF
5V_REG
2
C238
100pF
J301-20
C308
100pF
UNLOCK=0V
3
R203
10
RAW_B+
J301-4
LOCK=5V
73.35MHz
2.8Vdc
C57
43pF
7.7(RX)Vdc @ 520MHz
9.2(TX)Vdc @ 520MHz
J301-1
LCK
Q5
2
1.7Vdc
4.9(RX)Vdc @ 450MHz
5.2(TX)Vdc @ 450MHz
C287
.022uF
C96
.01uF
C58
2.2pF
Q1
C56
43pF
TP5 VCTRL
6.1(RX)Vdc @ 512MHz
7.4(TX)Vdc @ 512MHz
NC
3
1
TP5
R211
150
NC
C63
0.1uF
R32
2.7K
-23dBm
3.8Vdc
(NOTE5)
2.5Vdc
R212
750
NC
C65
4700pF
R34
47K
C54
39pF
CR5
C216
3300pF
NC
C64
0.1uF
R17
20K
CE
33 22 13
SYN
C304
100pF
5V_REG
SQ
R18
200K
C52
.018uF
RSSI_OUT
C290 L221
100pF
390nH
C294
100pF
MODOUT
AUX2
17
C210
.022uF
1 Vpp
CLK
CAP
4
PREAMPIN
SBASE
R_GND1
C250
1000pF
SOUT
PREIN
18
16.8MHz
BATT-
7.5Vdc
GND
DATA
38
16
3
BATT+
IS_B+
GND_PREAMP
L223
390nH
21
R214
43K
R_GND2
R215
43K
WARP
3
2
GND
5V REG
VIBYPASS
CPBIAS2
19
32V
1A
C125
3.3uF
7
GND6
CPBIAS1
28
GND1
1.6Vdc (TX)
GND2
1.7Vdc (RX)
12
AD_BYPASS
29
D
C271
4.7uF
24
C315
100pF
0V OR 5Vdc UNLOCK
2.0Vdc typical
(shield in place)
4
EN_CE
PVREF
5V_TAP
28
GND5
LOCK
SHUTDOWN
Vc
41
Q201
S
C270
1000pF
FEEDBACK
SENSE
16.8MHz
LCK
29
ERROR
1.0A
8
INPUT
GND4
4
2
6
U202
OUTPUT
GND3
5
C303
.022uF
D
GND3
C284
0.22uF
6
NC
30
5
+5V4
A1 A2 A3
-7.6 Vdc(Rx) (Note 6)
-7.8 Vdc(Tx) (Note 6)
Else 0 Vdc (Note 7)
TST2
U204
2
NC 37 AUX1
DATA
39
SYNTHESIZER IOUT 32
AUX3
34
40
IADAPT
AUX4
NC
35
ADAPTTSW
NC
0Vdc (Rx, Tx) (Note 7)
Else 4.4 Vdc (Note 6)
C217
100pF
TST1
27
6 15 16 17 18 19
2.2uH
31
C255
0.1uF
LO_IN
NC
0V
5Vpp (N0te 6)
R218
100K
26
5
1
C254
4.7uF
C282
0.1uF
GND2
NC
5V
4
NC14
L202
32
+2.5V2
C266
.01uF
3
NC15
22
24
SB+
2.3Vdc
EN
2
K1 K2 K3
CR205
VMULT4
GND4
1
NC
15 NC
XTAL2
14
XTAL1
5
MODIN
VMULT3
6
3
CLK
NC17
5V_REG
GND1
CR206
FREFOUT
VMULT1
7
10
NC18
NC16
NC9
VMULT2
9
C288
.01uF
SS
25
GND1
C257
.01uF
C267
.01uF
*
R211
C289
CLK 100pF
1
S1
SCK
U203
REF OSC
16.8 MHz
NC8
8
C260
.047uF
NC7
C256
.01uF
2.1MHz
R221
1.2K
20 36 42 25 23 11
C280
0.1uF
C279
100pF
NC6
4
DC5V1
A3
DC5V2
A2
K3
5
DC5V3
K2
5Vdc
6
DC5V4
A1
SIN
3
K1
VCP
2
FOUT
8
DET
12
VOPT
11
VREG
26
GND
1
NC1
2
NC2
3 NC3
F1
CLK
*
1
DE
VDD
CR204
4Vpp
16.8MHz 10
NC5
C274
*
C258
4.7uF
D
NC NC NC NC NC
9 13 23 14 20 27 7 21
NC4
C245
1000pF
13Vdc
*
R48
*
L22
470nH
5V
C314
C38
10pF
3
DATA
J301-6
R44
680
C39
1.8pF
J301-8
GND
J301-9
GND
J301-16
GND
J301-18
GND
J301-19
GND
AGC
IF
63B81097C04-O
Sheet 2 of 2
NUE7267B, NUE7268B, NUE/PMUE7273B, AND NUE7275B UHF (450-520MHz)
TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2)
73
MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS DEPT.
Jedi 800/900 RF
8405108X38.J
ILLUSTRATOR
JP
EDITOR
DATE
ENGINEER
DWG. NO.
MAEPF-26305
DATE
12/19/97
DATE
JWB
CHECKER
PROGRAM
DATE
ISS.
O
MAEPF-26304-O
MAEPF-26305-O
NUF6410B/C, NUF6498B/C, NUF6500B/C AND NUF6501C (800MHz)
TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS
O.K. AS IS
CORRECTED
AS
MARKED
LETTERING SIZE:
REQUIRES:
74
DISK
Illustrator
CHECK
ONE
( )
O.K. AS MARKED (
REVISION
RLSE.
)
RLSE.
Electrical Parts List, Transceivers (800MHz)
NUF6410B/C, NUF6498B/C, NUF6500B/C AND NUF6501C
REFERENCE
SYMBOL
3Pack.xls
(Sheet 2)
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
C10
C11
C12
C13
C15
C16
C19
C31
C34
C35
C36
C37
C38
C40
C41
C42 thru 45
C46
C47
C48
C49
C52
C53
C54, 55
C56, 57
C58
C60
C61
C62
C65
C72
C82
C83
C84
C85
C87
C88
C89
C90
C91
C92
C95
C96
C98
C101, 102
C103
C104, 105
C106
C107, 108
C109
C110, 111
C113
C114
C115
C116
C117, 118
C119
C120
C121
C122, 123
C125
C126
C132
C133
C135
C137
C138
C140
C141
C149, C150
C151
C152
C153
C201
MOTOROLA
PART NO.
2311049J23
2113932K15
2113931F37
2113930F29
2113931F37
2113930F43
2113930F22
2113930F39
2113932K15
2113930F11
2113930F51
2113930F15
2311049J23
2113932E07
2113930F24
2113930F41
2113932E07
2113932K15
2113930F43
2113930F13
2113932E07
2113930F17
2113930F51
2113743A19
2113743A23
2113932K15
2109720D14
2113740A70
2311049A04
2113741A51
2311049A02
2113930F41
2113930F42
2113930F11
2113932K15
2113930F51
2113932K15
2113932K15
2113930F41
2113932E07
2113930F41
2113932E07
2311049J23
2113932K15
2113930F20
2113932E07
2113930F41
2311049J23
2113932E07
2113930F25
2113932K15
2113931F13
2113930F39
2311049A07
2113932E07
--------2113930F39
--------2113930F39
2113930F39
2113932K15
2113743K16
2113932K15
2113930F39
2113932E07
2113932K15
2113930F34
2113930F39
2113932K15
2113932E07
2113932E07
2311049J23
2113930F39
2113930F39
2113930F34
2113932E07
2113930F27
2113930F12
2113930F34
2113930F39
2113930F12
2113930F19
DESCRIPTION
CAPACITOR, Fixed: pF ± 5%; 50V
unless stated
10uF
0.1uF
3300
12
3300
47
6.2
33
0.1uF
2.2
100
3.3
10uF
0.022uF
7.5
39
0.022uF
0.1uF
47
2.7
0.022uF
3.9
100
0.1uF
0.22uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
430
0.33uF
18nF
0.15uF
39
43
2.2
0.1uF
100
0.1uF
0.1uF
39
0.022uF
39
0.022uF
10uF
0.1uF
5.1
0.022uF
39
10uF
0.022uF
8.2
0.1uF
330
33
1uF
0.022uF
Not Placed
33
Not Placed
33
33
0.1uF
0.22uF
0.1uF
33
0.022uF
0.1uF
20
33
0.1uF
0.022uF
0.022uF
10uF
33
33
20
0.022uF
10
2.4
20
33
2.4
4.7
C202
C204
C205
C209
C211
C214
C219
C225
C227, 228
C230, 231
C233
C236
C237 thru 241
C244
C245, 246
C247
C250
C251
C253, 254
C255
C256 thru 258
C260
C266, 267
C270
C271
C274
C275
C279
C280
C284
C289
C294
C301
C302
C303
C304 thru 308
C309
C310
C311
C312 thru 314
2113930F34
2113930F39
2113930F14
2113932E07
2113930F14
2113932E07
2113932E07
2113930F39
2113930F39
2113930F39
2113932E07
2113932E07
2109720D14
2113741F18
2113932E07
2105248W02
2113932K15
2113930F39
2311049J23
2113932E07
2113932K15
2113932K07
2113931F37
2311049J12
2311049J23
--------2113743A13
2113932K15
2113932E07
2113932E07
2113930F42
2113930F39
2113932E07
2113930F39
2113931F37
2113930F39
2113931F37
2113930F39
2113931F37
2113930F39
20
33
3
0.022uF
3
0.022uF
0.022uF
33
33
33
0.022uF
0.022uF
0.1uF
510
0.022uF
1200
0.1uF
33
10uF
0.022uF
0.1uF
0.047uF
3300
4.7uF
10uF
Not Placed
0.047uF
0.1uF
0.022uF
0.022uF
43
33
0.022uF
33
3300
33
3300
33
3300
33
CR4
CR5
CR101
CR103
CR107 thru 109
CR204
F1
4805218N57
4862824C01
4805218N57
4805218N57
4805129M96
4802233J09
6505757V01
DIODE: See Note 1
Dual
Varactor
Dual
Dual
PIN
Triple
FUSE SURFACE MT
FL1
4802655J03
FILTER:
73.35MHz, See Note 2
G2 thru 5
3905643V01
CONNECTOR:
Contact, Ground
J301
0905461X03
J401
3905264W01
JACK:
Connector, 20 contacts; to P301
Strip Connector
Contact, Antenna
L8
L9
L20
L22
L23
L24
L36
L105
L108
L126
L127
L204
L209
2462587V37
2462587Q40
2405452C58
2405452C64
--------2462587V37
2462587V37
2462587V28
2462587V37
2462587V37
2405430Y01
2462587V24
2462587Q59
COIL, RF:
180 nH
270 nH
820 nH
1500 nH
Not Placed
180 nH
180 nH
33 nH
180 nH
180 nH
6.5 nH
15 nH
10uH
P404
3905861X02
PLUG:
Connector, Battery
Q1
Q2
Q4
Q5
Q101
Q108
Q110
4805218N63
--------4805218N63
4880048M04
4805128M27
4805921T06
4805218N45
TRANSISTOR: See Note 1
NPN
Not Placed
NPN
PNP
PNP
Dual PNP
PNP
R1
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R16
R17
R21
R22
R23
R25
R27
R28
R32, 33
R34, 35
R36
R37
R101
R102
R103
R104
R105
R110, 111
R113
R114
R120
R128
R129
R199
R201
R211
R212
R213
R214
R215
R220
R221, 222
0662057A50
0662057A25
----------------0662057B22
0662057A25
0662057A59
0662057A80
0662057A73
0662057A85
0662057A53
0662057B05
0662057A01
0662057A73
0662057A59
0662057A89
0662057A42
0662057B47
0662057A61
0662057A67
0662057A49
0662057B47
--------0662057A73
0662057A73
0662057A81
0662057A56
0662057A90
0662057C75
--------0662057B47
0662057A18
0662057A49
0662057A56
0662057A87
0662057A90
0662057A77
0662057A49
RESISTOR, Fixed: Ω ± 0.0625W
unless stated
1.1k
100
Not Placed
Not Placed
1.0 meg
100
2.7k
20k
10k
33k
1.5k
200k
10
10k
2.7k
47k
510
0
3.3k
5.6k
1.0k
0
Not Placed
10k
10k
22k
2.0k
51k
1.0k
Not Placed
0
51
1.0k
2.0k
39k
51k
15k
1.0k
RT101
0605621T02
THERMISTOR:
50k
S101
4005831W01
SWITCH:
RF
T1
T2
2505515V04
2505515V07
TRANSFORMER:
Balun; 5:1
Balun; 25:1
U1
U2
U3
U4, 5
U101
U102
U104
U105
U201
U202
U203
U204
U205
5105457W51
5105457W52
5186296A02
5105279V15
5105835U52
5105835U51
5105279V26
5105385Y83
5105662U76
5105469E65
5105385Y61
5105457W81
5105385Y53
MODULE: See Note 1
RF Amp
Mixer
ZIF
3-Pole Filter
TX ALC
DAC
coupler
RF PA
VCO/Buffer
5V Regulator
Ref. Osc., 16.8MHz
Synthesizer
VCO
VR101
4813830A33
DIODE, ZENER: See Note 1
20 V
SH1
SH2
SH3
SH4
SH5
SH7
SH8
SH9
MECHANICAL PARTS
2605258V02
SHIELD, Synthesizer
2605259V01
SHIELD, Diode
2605260V01
SHIELD, RF Switch
2605261V01
SHIELD, ZIF
2605263V02
SHIELD, 3-Pole Filter
2605890U02
SHIELD, VCO
2605418V01
SHIELD, Transformer
2605540W01
SHIELD, Loop Filter
Notes:
1.
2.
3.
For optimum performance, order replacement diodes, transistors,
and circuit modules by Motorola part number only.
When ordering crystals, specify carrier frequency, crystal frequency, crystal type number, and Motorola part number.
“Not Placed” means that components are for future use, and are
not placed on the circuit board at this time.
75
DAC_SEL
5VREG
5VREG
LCK
C121
20pF
LCK
B+
CLK
R114
22K
B+
CLK
D
D
C132
.022uF
Q108
CR101
5
5V TX 0V RX
NC
1
A3
1
0V RX
5V TX
R113
10K
NC
B4
NC
A2
B3
R110
10K
D5
C117
33pF
EN_BIAS
SC4
SW2
U102
REF_DA
EN_ANT
DAC
TX_DA
RX_DA
DATA
D3 E4
B5
0V TX 5V RX
D1
3
2
C133
10uF
D4
C4
C5
R104
0
NC
RESET
R_T
5V TX 0V RX
R105
*
C123
33pF
E2
GND2
GND1
RF_OUT
RF_IN
U105
RF PA
9
4
5
6
RFOUT
0V RX
6-6.8V TX
2
L105
33nH
4
R102
5.6K
C151
20pF
L127
6.5nH
*
5
G1
D5
C5
C3
B5
6
7
C150
2.4pF
L126
180nH
C149
2.4pF
B4
9
C108
33pF
R128
51K
RF SWITCH
1
C105
.022uF
3
C106
C110
33pF
Q110
*
5V_TX
TEMP_SENSE
BPOS
ICATH_2
TX 12
RX_1
U101
ALC
DA_REF
INT_CAP_OUT
PA_CNTL
PA_OUT
C115
0.22uF
1
GND3
TO UNIVERSAL
CONNECTOR
EXTERNAL
ANTENNA
GND2
2
C4
5.1V TX
0V RX
2
GND
PIN2
8
C101
33pF
C104
.022uF
C103
1uF
C111
33pF
PA_BIAS
C109
C120
0.1uF
BIAS_EN
C102
33pF
4
GND1
PIN1
4
E4 D4 E3 D3
BIAS_RT
ANODE_2
ANT_SW_BS
CATH_1
ANODE_1
C107
33pF
2
L108
180nH
RT101
50K
3
RECV_5V
2
C137
33pF
3
C113
33pF
GND
C135
33pF
3
1
R101
3.3K
R129
1K
3
1
CONTACT
J401
.37V TX 7.5V RX
Q101 1
S101
SWITCH
ANTENNA
Tx_RF
6.6V TX 7.5V RX
1
CR108
R199
0
1
INT_CAP_IN
2
RFIN
RF_DET
GND3
GND4
R2
U104 R1
COUPLER
C1
VCONT
1
C2
SWB_POS
3
2
RAWB_POS
8
5
C118
33pF
R103
1K
NC
10 7
C119
.022uF
E3
SW_C
3
R111
10K
SW1
CLK
SEL
NC
A4
SC3
SC1
5V
C3
2
GND1
CR103
0V TX 5V RX
4
D2 C1 C2 B1
GND2
B2
SC2
3
2
1
NC
C122
33pF
E2
D1
D2
C1
C2
B1
B2
R120
2K
A4 A3 B3 A2
C140
.022uF
TX 5V
CR109
3
4.3 V TX
7.4 V RX
2
AGC
1
L9
270nH
C15
.022uF
C141
10pF
R3
100
C5
3300pF
C8
33pF
C6
47pF
LO
5V
5V
4
5
6
8 9 10 11
C16
7.5pF
C10
2.2pF
1
8
.55- .7V
GND
GND
GND
C13
10uF
C72
39pF
C88
5.1pF
4
5
6
13
7
12
C7
6.2pF
8
2
5
8 9 10 11
C89
.022uF
C83
39pF
BVDD
3
3
7
14
1
GND
3
R27
10
GND
GND
5
OUT
U5
3-POLE FILTER
IN
GND
2
GND
4
GND
1
GND
AVDD
3
AG2
2
GND
12
ABP
GND
RF
AMPLIFIER
GND
GND
RF_OUT
RF_IN
1
T1
XFMR
4
C85
10uF
R7
100
RFN
IFN
IFP
U2
MIXER BBP
BDIV
LOIN
BUFFER
RFP
1
5
6
GND5
C12
3.3pF
2
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
3
GND
2
7
OUT
U4
3-POLE FILTER 13
IN
GND
1
7
C4
12pF
GND4
C98
330pF
6
U1
C92
.022uF
GND3
3
CR107
C19
39pF
GND2
C31
.022uF
GND
L8
180nH
GND1
R28
10K
GND
C153
2.4pF
GND
EXTERNAL
ANTENNA
C138
20pF
2
GND
TO UNIVERSAL
CONNECTOR
9 10 13
5V
11
12
3
4
T2
15V07
2
3.93V
C84
.022uF
IF
4
2
5V
1
C82
.022uF
C90
39pF
5
C91
10uF
C11
100pF
63B81097C05-O
Sheet 1 of 2
NOTE:
* INDICATES A COMPONENT THAT IS NOT PLACED
76
NUF6410B/C, NUF6498B/C, NUF6500B/C AND NUF6501C (800MHz)
TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 1 of 2)
2.1MHz
5VREG
5VREG
5VREG
LCK
LCK
B+
B+
B+
CLK
C126
.022uF
16.8 MHz
C116
0.1uF
C202
20pF
L209
10uH
C240
00.1uF
4.7 V
4.7V
SUPFCAP 17
SUPFBASE 18NC
PREIN 21
IOUT FRACTN IC
WARP
IADAPT
EN
LOCK
R_GND1
ADAPTSW
R_GND2
SUPFOUT
16
31
43
44
C211
3pF
9 0V
16
NC
13
7
6
5V
11
C253
10uF
C271
10uF
12 VCO 5V
C95
8.2pF
R34
47K
3.3V
1
CR5
C54
39pF
R17
20K
C55
39pF
L24
180nH
3
C87
0.1uF
C57
43pF
R25
200K
18 GND
C125
0.1uF
C302
33pF
17
SYN SEL
3
VCO MOD
4
LOCK DET
5
REF OSC SEL
1.55 V
2.1MHz
C43
0.22uF
LIM
16
17
SERIAL
DATA
PORT
TO JUMPER
FLEX P301
C2NEG
35
C3POS
342.5V 0.22uF
DAC_SEL
C44
C3NEG
33
C4POS
323.0V 0.22uF
C4NEG
31 2.4V
2.4V
C45
13
2.1 MHz
7
DAC SEL
C312
33pF
C308
33pF
30
6
DATA
12
SQ OUT
10
DISC
15
CLOCK
14
IF SEL
11
RSSI
C314
33pF
C46
0.1uF
DEMOD
18 19
20
21
MAIN
LOOP
OFFSET
LOOP
2.28V
22
1.65V
23
24
25
C49
0.33uF
3.65 V
C96
0.1uF
C304
33pF
C305
33pF
15 GND DP2
C9
0.1uF
C62
0.1uF
R33
2.7K
4
J301
R37
0
SECOND
LOCAL
OSCILLATOR
SYNTH
Q1
C56
43pF
GND
SW B+
C301
.022uF
C233
.022uF
DFM
2
R35
47K
C52
.018uF
R16
C53
0.15uF 2.7K
R32
2.7K
36
29
HF DEMOD
SUM DEMOD
GND DIEPAD4
14 BASE
C61
100pF
R36
510
C65
0.1uF
37
UP CONVERSION
MIXERS
BANDPASS
FILTERS
CLK
13 EMIT
C2
0.1uF
R22
33K
38
TP401
CEX
C37
.022uF
9
16 GND
C310
33pF
VAG
90 DEG
PHASE
SHIFT
3
L23
1.5uH
C1
10uF
C231
33pF
CLK 16.8 LCK
MHz
2.4V
39
OMPAC ZIF
IOUT
DATA
4
RSS
COL
2
L22
1.5uH
C38
3.9pF
40
U3
IF IC
CR4
2
41
BASEBAND
FILTERS
11 CHARGE PUMP 5V
1
NC
3
GND1
GND
C36
2.7pF
R1
1.1K
1
RF AMP
C60
0.1uF
R21
10K
2
C2 POS
3
C1 POS
4
8 GND DP1 DOWN
MIXERS
3
1
C34
0.1uF
FL1
L20
820nH
C35
47pF
D
C42
0.22uF
2.6V
C1 NEG
5
AGC
7 6
GND DIEPAD3
R23
1.5K
Q4
C41
0.1uF
C3
3300pF
2
GND
2.5 Vdc
C40
100pF
9 RSSI OUT
AGC
RAW B+
8
19 GND
0.8 V
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 12 13 15 16 17 18 19
11 38
OUTPUT
INPUT 8
ERROR FEEDBACK 7
SENSE SHUTDOWN 3
5V_TAP
C303
3300pF
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
GND5
GND6
GND7
GND8
GND9
GND10
GND11
GND12
GND13
GND14
GND15
GND16
SW 1
SW 2
C230
33pF
GND32
GND31
GND30
GND29
GND28
GND27
GND26
GND25
GND24
GND23
GND22
GND21
GND20
GND19
GND18
GND17
10 RSSI FLT
L36
180nH
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
NC6
VDD2
NC8
NC9
VCO MOD
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
VAG1
BPOS
14 44
OUT
.022uF
1
2
3
4
5
6
14
15
16
C267
3300pF
VI BYPASS
U205
VCO
CNTRL1
CNTRL 2
5VREG
IN
C280
RAW B+
20
C309
3300pF
GND DIEPAD5
48
C225
33pF
1
1
5
2
6
26
RAMP CAP
C209 C214
.022uF .022uF
R220
15K
IF
NC18
NC17
NC16
NC15
NC14
NC13
NC12
NC11
NC10
4.7 V
57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 47 46 45 43 42 41 40 39 37 36
10
2.4 RX
4.6V TX
FREQ=73.35MHz
C227
33pF
EN_CE 23
CEXT
SS 24
27
VREGDCWARP
DET
DE 9
FOUT
VOPT 12
SCK 22
SO
U203 SI 25
REF OSC
1
U202
5V REG
C294
33pF
L204
15nH
C236
.022uF
32
31
30
29
28
20
19
18
17
R215
51K
R214
39K
C260
.047uF
VDD
SYNTHESIZER
12 5 1
C219
.022uF
4.6V
OFFSET LOOP 5V
IN
TXBB
U201 RBY
TRB
FLIP
GND
7
NC
11
8
10
21
NC
4.6V
CPBIAS1 29
CPBIAS2 28
GND
NC
32
34
41
35
19
*
C274
GND51
GND50
GND49
GND48
GND47
GND46
GND45
GND44
GND43
GND42
GND41
GND40
GND39
GND38
GND37
GND36
GND35
GND34
GND33
C205
3pF
TX
RX
SW 1
SW 2
PRE
NC
5V TX
0V RX
C241
0.1uF
C237
0.1uF
RFOUT
C204
33pF
4
2
8
10
15
14
R211
51
R222
1K
C266
3300pF
33 22 13 1
GND
GND
GND
4.7V
C238
0.1uF
U204
3
VCC
VCO
BUFFER
C239
0.1uF
AUX1
AUX2
AUX3
AUX4
13
PVREF 24NC
A/D_BYPASS 12NC
26 TST1
27 TST2
NC
R212
1K
C275
.047uF
NC 37
38
39
40
NC
J301
VCO MOD
GND4
GND3
GND2
GND1
C201
4.7pF
LO
1
R213
2K
SYN
4
MODIN 5
DATA 2
SUPFIN 20
REF CLK
C257
0.1uF
R201
0
C246
.022uF
C24
510pF
C254
10uF
GND
C228
33pF
EN_CE
VMULT1
VMULT2
VMULT3
VMULT4
C255
.022uF
VSSD/VSSA
2.5Vdc
9
8
7
NC
TP201
6
NC
3
PREAMP IN
5V
0V
F1
1A
32V
C284
.022uF
C250
0.1uF
PREAMP 5V
Tx_RF
4
A1
5
A2
6
A3
C247
1200pF
CLK
10 FREFOUT
30 MODOUT
C251
33pF
GND PREAMP
CR204
3
K1
2
K2
1
K3
2.5Vdc
C279
0.1uF
PREAMPOUT
5V
0V
R221
1K
C289
43pF
C256
0.1uF
XTAL1
15 XTAL2
NC
NC
C152
33pF
36 42 25 23 11
14
DM BYP
DM IN
C114
0.1uF
VCP
DC5V4
DC5V3
DC5V2
DC5V1
C245
.022uF
C270
4.7uF
BATT-
1
13 V
C258
0.1uF
VR101
20 V
2
D
D
BATT+
3
CLK
28
2.8 V
C306
33pF
VCC 2_5V
27 2.5 Vdc
C47
0.1uF
26
R1=
47K
C48
430pF
0V OR 5V UNLOCK
OTHERWISE LOCK
2
3
C313
33pF
1
C311
3300pF
C58
2.2pF
C307
33pF
63B81097C05-O
Sheet 2 of 2
NUF6410B/C, NUF6498B/C, NUF6500B/C AND NUF6501C (800MHz)
TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2)
77
800MHz: NUF6500D, NUF6533A
900MHz: NUF6499D
ISS.
RLSE.
RLSE.
REVISION
O
VIEWED FROM SIDE 1
MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS DEPT.
DWG. NO.
Jedi 800/900 RF
8405108X41.M
ILLUSTRATOR
JP
EDITOR
AM
DATE
MAEPF-27152
ENGINEER
DATE
2/7/01
DATE
PROGRAM
DISK
Illustrator
CHECKER
DATE
O.K. AS IS
CORRECTED
AS
MARKED
ISS.
O.K. AS MARKED (
REVISION
800MHz: NUF6500D, NUF6533A
O
900MHz: NUF6499D
MAEPF-27151-O
VIEWED FROM SIDE 2
MAEPF-27152-O
78
NUF/PMUF6500D, NUF/PMUF6533A AND NUF/PMUF6410D (800MHz)
TRANSCEIVER BOARD PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS
CHECK
ONE
( )
RLSE.
)
RLSE.
Electrical Parts List, Transceiver (800MHz)
NUF/PMUF6500D, NUF/PMUF6533A AND NUF/PMUF6410D
REFERENCE
SYMBOL
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
C10
C11
C12
C13
C15
C16
C19
C31
C34
C35
C36
C37
C38
C40
C41
C42 thru 45
C46
C47
C48
C49
C52
C53
C54, 55
C56, 57
C58
C60
C61
C62
C65
C72
C82
C83
C84
C85
C87
C88
C89
C90
C91
C92
C95
C96
C98
C101, 102
C103
C104, 105
C106
C107, 108
C109
C110, 111
C113
C114
C115
C116
C117, 118
C119
C120
C121
C122, 123
C125
C126
C132
C133
C135
C137
C138
C140
C141
C149, 150
C151
C152
MOTOROLA
PART NO.
2311049J23
2113732K15
2113741F37
2113740F29
2113741F37
2113740F43
2113740F22
2113730F39
2113732K15
2113740F11
2113730F51
2113740F15
2311049J23
2113732E07
2113740F24
2113740F41
2113732E07
2113732K15
2113740F43
2113740F13
2113732E07
2113740F17
2113730F51
2113743A19
2113743A23
2113732K15
2109720D14
2113740A70
2311049A04
2113741A51
2311049A02
2113740F41
2113740F42
2113740F11
2113732K15
2113730F51
2113732K15
2113732K15
2113740F41
2113732E07
2113740F41
2113732E07
2311049J23
2113732K15
2113740F20
2113743E07
2113740F41
2311049J23
2113732E07
2113740F25
2113732K15
2113731F13
2113730F39
2311049A07
2113732E07
--------2113730F39
--------2113730F39
2113730F39
2113732K15
2113743K16
2113732K15
2113730F39
2113732E07
2113732K15
2113740F34
2113730F39
2113732K15
2113732E07
2113732E07
2311049J23
2113730F39
2113730F39
2113740F34
2113732E07
2113740F27
2113740F12
2113740F34
2113730F39
DESCRIPTION
CAPACITOR, Fixed: pF ±5%;
50V unless stated
10uF
0.1uF
3.3nF
12pF
3.3nF
47pF
6.2pF
33pF
0.1uF
2.2pF
100pF
3.3pF
10uF
.022uF
7.5pF
39pF
.022uF
0.1uF
47pF
2.7pF
.022uF
3.9pF
100pF
0.1uF
0.22uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
430pF
0.33uF
.018uF
0.15uF
39pF
43pF
2.2pF
0.1uF
100pF
0.1uF
0.1uF
39pF
.022uF
39pF
.022uF
10uF
0.1uF
5.1pF
.022uF
39pF
10uF
.022uF
8.2pF
0.1uF
330pF
33pF
1uF
.022uF
Not Placed
33pF
Not Placed
33pF
33pF
0.1uF
0.22uF
0.1uF
33pF
.022uF
0.1uF
20pF
33pF
0.1uF
.022uF
.022uF
10uF
33pF
33pF
20pF
.022uF
10pF
2.4pF
20pF
33pF
C153
C201
C202
C204
C205
C209
C211
C214
C219
C225
C227, 228
C230, 231
C233
C236
C237 thru 241
C244
C245, 246
C247
C250
C251
C253, 254
C255
C256 thru 258
C260
C266, 267
C270
C271
C274
C275
C279
C280
C284
C289
C294
C301
C302
C303
C304 thru 308
C309
C310
C311
C312 thru 314
2113740F12
2113740F19
2113740F34
2113730F39
2113740F14
2113732E07
2113740F14
2113732E07
21137932E07
2113730F39
2113730F39
2113730F39
2113732E07
2113732E07
2109720D14
2113741F18
2113732E07
2105248W02
2113732K15
2113730F39
2311049J23
2113732E07
2113732K15
2113743K07
2113741F37
2311049J12
2311049J23
--------2113743A13
2113732K15
2113732E07
2113732E07
2113740F42
2113730F39
2113732E07
2113730F39
2113741F37
2113730F39
2113741F37
2113730F39
2113741F37
2113730F39
2.4pF
4.7pF
20pF
33pF
3pF
.022uF
3pF
.022uF
.022uF
33pF
33pF
33pF
.022uF
.022uF
0.1uF
510pF
.022uF
1200pF
0.1uF
33pF
10uF
.022uF
0.1uF
.047uF
3.3nF
4.7uF
10uF
Not Placed
.047uF
0.1uF
.022uF
.022uF
43pF
33pF
.022uF
33pF
3.3nF
33pF
3.3nF
33p
3.3nF
33p
CR4
CR5
CR101
CR103
CR107 thru 109
CR204
4805218N57
4862824C01
4805218N57
4805218N57
4805129M96
4802233J09
DIODE:
Dual
Varactor
Dual
Dual
PIN
Triple
F1
6505757V01
FUSE: 1.0A
FL1
4802655J03
FILTER: See Note 2, 73.35MHZ
G2 thru 5
3905643V01
CONNECTOR:
Contact, Ground
J301
0905461X03
J401
3905264W01
JACK:
Connector, 20 contacts; to
P301 Strip Connector
Contact, Antenna
L8
L9
L20
L22
L23
L24
L36
L105
L108
L126
L127
L204
L209
2462587V37
2462987Q40
2405452C58
2405452C64
--------2462587V37
2462587V37
2462589V28
2462587V37
2462587V37
2405430Y01
2462587V24
2462587Q59
COIL, RF:
180nH
270nH
820nH
1500nH
Not Placed
180nH
180nH
33nH
180nH
180nH
6.5nH
15nh
10uh
P402
---------
P404
3905861X02
PLUG:
Contact, External Antenna;
part of RF switch S101
Connector, Battery
Q1
Q2
4805218N63
---------
TRANSISTOR:
NPN
Not Placed
Q4
Q5
Q101
Q108
Q110
4805218N63
4880048M04
4805128M27
4805921T06
4805218N45
R1
R3
R4, 5
R6
R16
R17
R21
R22
R23
R25
R27
R28
R32, 33
R34, 35
R36
R37
R101
R102
R103
R104
R105
R110, 111
R113
R114
R120
R128
R129
R199
R201
R211
R212
R213
R214
R215
R220
R221, 222
0662057A50
0662057A25
--------0662057B14
0662057A59
0662057A80
0662057A73
0662057A85
0662057A53
0662057B05
0662057A01
0662057A73
0662057A59
0662057A89
0662057A42
0662057B47
0662057A61
0662057A67
0662057A49
0662057B47
--------0662057A73
0662057A73
0662057A81
0662057A56
0662057A90
0662057C75
--------0662057B47
0662057A18
0662057A49
0662057A56
0662057A87
0662057A90
0662057A77
0662057A49
NPN
PNP
PNP
Dual PNP
PNP
RESISTOR, Fixed:Ω ± 5% .0625W
unless stated
1.1k
100
Not Placed
470k
2.7k
20k
10k
33k
1.5k
200k
10
10k
2.7k
47k
510
0
3.3k
5.6k
1k
0
Not Placed
10k
10k
22k
2k
51k
1k
Not Placed
0 ohms
51
1k
2k
39k
51k
15k
1k
RT101
0605621T02
THERMISTOR: 50k
S101
4005831W01
SWITCH: RF, used on NUF6497B,
NUF6498B, and NUF6500B
Not Used, replaced with R199
on NUF6501B
or - - - - - - - - -
T1
T2
2505515V04
2505515V07
TRANSFORMER:
Balun; 5:1
Balun; 25:1
U1
U2
U3
U4, 5
U101
U102
U104
U105
U201
U202
U203
U204
U205
5105457W51
5105457W52
5186296A02
5105279V15
5105835U52
5105835U51
5105279V26
5105385Y83
5105662U76
5105469E65
5105385Y61
5105457W81
5105385Y53
MODULES:
RF Amp
Mixer
IF
3-Pole Filter
TX ALC
DAC
coupler
RF PA
IC, Bipolar Analog
5V Regulator
Ref. Osc., 16.8MHz
Synthesizer
VCO
VR101
4813830A33
DIODE, ZENER: See Note 1 20V
Notes:
1.
2.
3.
For optimum performance, order replacement diodes, transistors,
and circuit modules by Motorola part number only.
When ordering crystals, specify carrier frequency, crystal frequency, crystal type number, and Motorola part number.
“Not Placed” means that components are for future use, and are
not placed on the circuit board at this time.
MISCELLANEOUS
8405108X41
Board, Circuit (800/900MHz)
MECHANICAL PARTS
SH1
SH2
SH3
SH4
SH5
SH7
SH8
SH9
2605258V02
2605259V01
2605260V01
2605261V01
2605263V02
2605890U02
2605418V01
2605540W01
SHIELD, Synthesizer
SHIELD, Diode
SHIELD, RF Switch
SHIELD, IF
SHIELD, 3-Pole Filter
SHIELD, VCO
SHIELD, Transformer
SHIELD, Loop Filter
79
DAC_SEL
5VREG
5VREG
LCK
LCK
C121
20pF
LCK
B+
R114
22K
B+
CLK
CLK
D
C132
.022uF
CR101
D
Q108
5V TX 0V RX
5
0V TX 5V RX
1
1
D2 C1C2B1
R111
10K
1
R110
10K
0V RX
5V TX
R113
10K
NC
C117
33pF
5V
D3 E4
B5
0V TX 5V RX
R104
0
3
C123
33pF
2
5V TX 0V RX
E2
5
6
L105
33nH
RFIN
2
Q101 1
1
C107
33pF
3
2
5
G1
6
7
9
C150
2.4pF
D5
B5
C105
.022uF
C106
*
4
2
3
L126
180nH
C149
2.4pF
Q110
C115
0.22uF
R6
1MEG
33pF
C110
B4
5V_TX
TEMP_SENSE
51K
R128
ICATH_2
TX 12
RX_1
U101
ALC
DA_REF
INT_CAP_OUT
PA_CNTL
PA_OUT
BIAS_RT
ANODE_2
ANT_SW_BS
CATH_1
E2
D1
D2
C1
C2
B1
B2
R120
2K
A4 A3 B3 A2
1
RF SWITCH
1
C4
C104
.022uF
C103
1uF
C3
GND3
GND
TO UNIVERSAL
CONNECTOR
EXTERNAL
ANTENNA
GND2
PIN1
PIN2
8
C120
0.1uF
0V RX
5.1V TX
L127
6.5nH
C108
33pF
GND1
4
C102
33pF
C109
*
C122
33pF
E4 D4 E3 D3
C5
2
L108
180nH
C111
33pF
C101
33pF
1
CONTACT
J401
RT101
50K
3
BPOS
2
PA_BIAS
3
C151
20pF
C113
33pF
R102
5.6K
C135
33pF
1
R129
1K
3
CR108
C137
33pF
S101
SWITCH
ANTENNA
Tx_RF
R101
3.3K
.37V TX 7.5V RX
6.6V TX
7.5V RX
BIAS_EN
2
4
1
ANODE_1
0V RX
6-6.8V TX
R199
0
RFOUT
RECV_5V
RF_I N
4
GND
GND1
RF_OUT
U105
RF PA
9
RF_DET
GND2
R2
U104 R1
COUPLER
C1
INT_CAP_IN
GND3
GND4
C2
SWB_POS
1
2
RAWB_POS
3
5
VCONT
8
7
C118
33pF
R103
1K
NC
10
C119
.022uF
C133
10uF
R105
*
SW_C
2
CLK
SEL
U102
EN_BIAS
D4
REF_DA
EN_ANT
C4
TX_DA
DAC
C5
DATA
RX_DA
NC
RESET
R_T
NC
CR103
3
NC
E3
SW1
D1
SW2
GND1
GND2
B2
C3
A4
B4
NC
A2
B3
D5
4
SC1
SC2
SC3
SC4
A3
3
2
TX 5V
CR109
3
4.3 V TX
7.4 V RX
C140
.022uF
2
1
C138
20pF
TO UNIVERSAL 2
CONNECTOR
EXTERNAL
ANTENNA
5
C141
10pF
C153
2.4pF
2
NC
R5
*
R4
*
4
1
3
NC
R3
100
Q2
AGC
AGC
L9
270nH
C6
47pF
NOTE:
C8
33pF
LO
C5
3300pF
LO
5V
NUF6533A
4
5
6
8
9 10 11
C10
2.2pF
1
3
8
.55- .7V
2
5
3
R27
10
GND
GND
GND
GND
C13
10uF
C72
39pF
C88
5.1pF
4
5
6
8
13
12
C7
6.2pF
8
2
5
14
1
9 10 11
C89
C83
.022uF 39pF
C85
10uF
R7
100
BVDD
IN
OUT
U5
3-POLE FILTER
7
RFN
U2
MIXER
LOIN BUFFER
RFP
1
5
6
GND5
C16
7.5pF
4
3
3
7
GND4
12
RF
ABP
AMPLIFIER AG2
1
GND2
13
RF_OUT
RF_IN
2
GND
GND
GND
2
1
T1
XFMR
4
GND3
C98
330pF
C4
12pF
GND1
C12
3.3pF
GND
GND
7
7
C19
39pF
GND
CR107
GND
3
GND
* INDICATES A COMPONENT THAT IS NOT PLACED
GND
2
OUT
U4
3-POLE FILTER
IN
GND
1
*
GND
*
U1
GND
Q2
*
10 K
GND
R5
3
6
GND
*
GND
*
GND
R4
R28
10K
GND
*
C92
.022uF
C31
.022uF
GND
100
AVDD
R3
C15
.022uF
GND
510
GND
1.1K
L8
180nH
GND
R1
GND
NUF6500D
9 10 13
IFN
IFP
BBP
BDIV
5V
11
12
3
2
4
5V
3.93V
2
1
C84
.022uF
C82
C90
.022uF 39pF
4
T2
15V07
5
C91
10uF
C11
100pF
63B81097C06-O
Sheet 1 of 2
80
NUF/PMUF6500D, NUF/PMUF6533A AND NUF/PMUF6410D (800MHz)
TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 1 of 2)
IF
5VREG
5VREG
2.1MHz
5VREG
LCK
LCK
P404
B+
B+
B+
R212
1K
C275
.047uF
C201
4.7pF
C238
0.1uF
R211
51
C237
0.1uF
C241
0.1uF
C271
10uF
NC18
NC17
NC16
NC15
NC14
NC13
NC12
NC11
NC10
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
NC6
VDD2
NC8
NC9
10
CNTRL1
CNTRL2
C230
33pF
14 44
1138
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
4
3
1
2
41
40
39
38
37
36
C2 POS
5
510
R3
100
*
R4
*
*
R5
*
10 K
Q2
*
*
C1
10uF
C65
0.1uF
R34
47K
3.3 V
C87
0.1uF
R32
2.7K
CR5
R17
20K
C55
39pF
C54
39pF
L24
180nH
* INDICATES A COMPONENT THAT IS NOT PLACED
C53
0.15uF
R16
2.7K
R25
200K
OFFSET
LOOP
GND DP2
16
17
18 19
20 21
2.28V
22
1.65V
29
HF DEMOD
SUM DEMOD 28
MAIN
LOOP
23
24
25
C49
0.33uF
C9
0.1uF
Q1
VCO MOD
4
LOCK DET
5
REF OSC SEL
TO JUMPER
13
2.1 MHz
7
DAC SEL
6
DATA
12
SQ OUT
10
DISC
15
CLOCK
14
IF SEL
11
RSSI
C314
33pF
R37
0
3.65V
2.8V
C306
33pF
VCC 2_5V
26
27 2.5 Vdc
C47
0.1uF
C48
430pF
0V OR 5V UNLOCK
OTHERWISE LOCK
3
2
Q5
R1=
47K
C313
33pF
1
C311
3300pF
C56
43pF
C57
43pF
C52
.018uF
SERIAL
DATA
PORT
GND DIEPAD4
BASE
2
R35
47K
3
C305
33pF
SECOND
LOCAL
OSCILLATOR
SYNTH
3
1
SYN SEL
C308
33pF
C46
0.1uF
DEMOD
VI BYPASS
C95
8.2pF
NUF6533A
1.1 K
LIM
RAMP CAP
15
R36
510
R1
17
C4NEG 31 2.4V
BANDPASS
FILTERS
REF CLK
14
C61
100
pF
L23
1.5uH
NOTE:
NUF6500D
GND
C45
C4POS 32 3.0V 0.22uF
OFFSET LOOP 5V
13 EMIT
DAC_SEL
C312
33pF
C44
C3POS 34 2.5V 0.22uF
2
C2
0.1uF
R22
33K
C38
3.9pF
C302
33pF
FLEX P301
DFM
CLK
C37
.022uF
C304
33pF
VAG 30
CEX
4
12 VCO 5V
3
2.1MHz
TP401
IOUT
DATA
2
CR4
1
NC
L22
1.5uH
C125
0.1uF
J301
C3NEG 33 2.4V
OMPAC ZIF
90 DEG
PHASE
SHIFT
COL
C36
2.7pF
R1
1.1K
R21
10K
3
GND1
GND
C35
47pF
OUT
C233
.022uF
C2NEG 35
UP CONVERSION
MIXERS
U3
IF IC
RSS
GND DIEPAD3
FL1
IN
C301
.022uF
C231
33pF
C43
0.22uF
BASEBAND
FILTERS
11 CHARGE PUMP 5V
C60
0.1uF
C34 1
0.1uF
SW B+
C310
33pF
AGC
R23
1.5K
18 GND
1.55V
RF AMP
8 GND DP1 DOWN
C3
3300pF
FREQ=73.35MHz
2
16 GND
CLK 16.8 LCK
MHz
2.4V
C1 POS
7 6
9 RSSI OUT
1
D
C42
0.22uF
2.6V
C41
0.1
uF
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 12 1315 16 17 1819
3
GND
2.5 Vdc
C40
100pF
10 RSSI FLT
Q4
GND
9
19 GND
0.8 V
MIXERS
2
RAW B+
8
C303
3300pF
C1 NEG
BPOS
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
GND5
GND6
GND7
GND8
GND9
GND10
GND11
GND12
GND13
GND14
GND15
GND16
48
U205
VCO
SW1
SW2
2.4 RX
4.6V TX
C225
33pF
L20
820nH
1
2
3
4
5
6
14
15
16
VCO MOD
AGC
C209 C214
.022uF .022uF
5VREG
L36
180nH
C280
.022uF
RAW B+
20
C309
3300pF
VAG1
GND32
GND31
GND30
GND29
GND28
GND27
GND26
GND25
GND24
GND23
GND22
GND21
GND20
GND19
GND18
GND17
1
8
1
OUTPUT
2 INPUT
5
7
ERROR
FEEDBACK
2
3
SENSE SHUTDOWN
6
5V_TAP
C267
3300pF
57 5655 54 53 5251 50 49 4746 4543 42 4140 39 3736
L204
15nH
R220
15K
IF
23
24
27
9
12
22
25
26
4.7 V
GND DIEPAD5
5V
C236
.022uF
AGC
C260 C227
.047uF 33pF
C294
33pF
12 5 1
C219
.022uF
VDD
C21
1
3pF
GND
VCC
NC
32
31
30
29
28
20
19
18
17
PREAMP IN
NC
0V
U203
REF OSC
GND51
GND50
GND49
GND48
GND47
GND46
GND45
GND44
GND43
GND42
GND41
GND40
GND39
GND38
GND37
GND36
GND35
GND34
GND33
C205
3pF
U201
VCO
BUFFER
9
16
13
7
6
11
R215
51K
R214
39K
C253
10uF
33 22 13 1
IN
TXBB
RBY
TRB
FLIP
GND
RFOUT
C204
33pF
TX
RX
SW1
SW2
PRE
NC
GND
GND
GND
LO
4
2
8
10
15
14
16
WARP
31
EN
43
R_GND1
44
R_GND2
NC
NC
FRACTN IC
IOUT
IADAPT
LOCK
ADAPTSW
SUPFOUT
3
4.7 V
4.6V
4.7 V
EN_CE
SS
VREG DCWARP
8
DET
DE
10
VOPT
FOUT
21
SO
SCK
SI
7
NC 11 CEXT
4.6V
SYNTHESIZER
32
34
41
35
19
C274
*
C266
3300pF
NC
NC
29
CPBIAS1
28
CPBIAS2
17
SUPFCAP
18
SUPFBASE
21
PREIN
13
J301
U20
5V REG
4
AUX2
39
AUX3
40
AUX4
R222
1K
GND4
GND3
GND2
GND1
4.7V
C239
0.1uF
24
PVREF
12
A/D_BYPASS
26
TST1
27
TST2
NC
5V TX
0V RX
C240
0.1uF
U204
37
NC
VCO MOD
5
MODIN
2
DATA
20
SUPFIN
NC 38 AUX1
L209
10uH
C202
20pF
NC
NC
C254
10uF
SYN
4
PREAMP 5V
R201
0
C244
510pF
C228
33pF
C257
0.1uF
TP201
C246
.022uF
R213
2K
NC
F1
1A
32V
C255
.022uF
VSSD/VSSA
2.5Vdc
9
VMULT1
8
VMULT2
7
VMULT3
6
VMULT4
EN_CE
C284
.022uF
C250
0.1uF
GND PREAMP
A1
A2
A3
5V
0V
C247
1200pF
3
PREAMPOUT
4
5
6
CLK
10
FREFOUT
30
MODOUT
C251
33p F
C279
0.1uF
DM BYP
DM IN
CR204
2.5Vdc
1
5V
0V
14
XTAL1
15
XTAL2
NC
R221
1K
C289
43pF
VCP
DC5V4
DC5V3
DC5V2
DC5V1
C114 C116
0.1uF 0.1uF
C256
0.1uF
Tx_RF
BATTC152
33p F
1
36 42 25 23 11
C270 C245
4.7uF .022uF
3
K1
2
K2
1
K3
C126
.022uF
16.8 MHz
13V
C258
0.1uF
VR101
20V
2
D
D
BATT+
3
CLK
CLK
C58
2.2pF
R33
2.7K
C62
0.1uF
C96
0.1uF
C307
33pF
63B81097C06-O
Sheet 2 of 2
NUF/PMUF6500D, NUF/PMUF6533A AND NUF/PMUF6410D (800MHz)
TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2)
81
MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS DEPT.
Jedi 800/900 RF
8405108X38.J
ILLUSTRATOR
JP
EDITOR
DATE
ENGINEER
DWG. NO.
MAEPF-26305
DATE
12/19/97
DATE
JWB
CHECKER
PROGRAM
DATE
ISS.
O
MAEPF-26304-O
MAEPF-26305-O
82
O.K. AS IS
CORRECTED
AS
MARKED
LETTERING SIZE:
REQUIRES:
NUF6499B/C AND NUF6502B/C (900MHz)
TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS
DISK
Illustrator
CHECK
ONE
( )
O.K. AS MARKED (
REVISION
RLSE.
)
RLSE.
Electrical Parts List, Transceivers (900MHz)
NUF6499B/C AND NUF6502B/C
REFERENCE
SYMBOL
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
C10
C11
C12
C13
C15
C16
C19
C31
C34
C35
C36
C37
C38
C40
C41
C42 thru 45
C46
C47
C48
C49
C52
C53
C54, 55
C56, 57
C58
C60
C61
C62, 65
C72
C82
C83
C84
C85
C87
C88
C89
C90
C91
C92
C95
C96
C98
C101, 102
C103
C104, 105
C106
C107, 108
C109
C110, 111, 113
C114
C115
C116
C117, 118
C119
C120
C121
C122, 123
C125
C126, 132
C133
C135
C137
C138
C140
C141
C149
C150
C151
C152
C153
C201
C202
C204
MOTOROLA
PART NO.
2311049J23
2113932K15
2113931F37
2113930F25
2113931F37
2113930F43
2113930F34
2113930F39
2113932K15
2413926H19
2113930F51
2113930F15
2311049J23
2113932E07
2413926H12
2113930F39
2113932E07
2113932K15
2113930F43
2113930F13
2113932E07
2113930F17
2113930F51
2113743A19
2113743A23
2113932K15
2109720D14
2113740A70
2311049A04
2113741A51
2311049A02
2113930F41
2113930F42
2113930F11
2113932K15
2113930F51
2113932K15
2113930F39
2113932E07
2113930F39
2113932E07
2311049J23
2113932K15
2113930F16
2113932E07
2113930F39
2311049J23
2113932E07
2113930F25
2113932K15
2113930F20
2113930F39
2311049A07
2113932E07
--------2113930F39
--------2113930F39
2113932K15
2113743K16
2113932K15
2113930F39
2113932E07
2113932K15
2113930F34
2113930F39
2113932K15
2113932E07
2311049J23
2113930F39
2113930F19
2113930F34
2113932E07
2113930F19
2113930F12
2113930F15
2113930F31
2113930F39
2113930F10
2113930F16
2113930F24
2113930F14
DESCRIPTION
CAPACITOR, Fixed: pF ± 5% 50V
unless stated
10µF
0.1µF; 16V
3300
8.2
3300
47
20
33
0.1µF; 16V
Inductor 39nH
100
3.3 ± .25
10µF
0.022µF; 16V
Inductor 10nH
33
0.022µF; 16V
0.1µF; 16V
47
2.7
0.022µF; 16V
3.9 ± .25
100
0.1µF
0.22µF
0.1µF; 16V
0.1µF
430
0.33µF
0.18µF
0.15µF
39
43
2.2 ± .25
0.1µF; 16V
100
0.1µF; 16V
33
0.022µF; 16V
33
0.022µF; 16V
10µF
0.1µF; 16V
3.6 ± .25
0.022µF; 16V
33
10µF
0.022µF; 16V
8.2
0.1µF; 16V
5.1 ± .5
33
1; 16V
0.022µF; 16V
Not Placed
33
Not Placed
33
0.1µF; 16V
0.22µF; 16V
0.1µF; 16V
33
0.022µF; 16V
0.1µF; 16V
20
33
0.1µF; 16V
0.022µF; 16V
10µF
33
4.7pF 50V ± .25pF 50V
20
0.022µF; 16V
4.7 ± .25
2.4 ± .25
3.3 ± .25
15
33
2.0 ± .25
3.6 ± .25
7.5pF ± .25
3.0 ± .25
C205
C209
C211
C214, 219
C225
C227, 228
C230, 231
C233, 236
C237 thru 241
C244
C245, 246
C247
C250
C251
C253, 254
C255
C256 thru 258
C260
C266, 267
C270
C271
C274
C275
C279
C280
C284
C289
C294
C301
C302
C303
C304 thru 308
C309
C310
C311
C312 thru 314
--------2113932E07
2113930F14
2113932E07
2113930F39
2113930F39
2113930F39
2113932E07
2109720D14
2113741F18
2113932E07
2105248W01
2113932K15
2113930F39
2311049J23
2113932E07
2113932K15
2113932K07
2113931F37
2311049J12
2311049J23
--------2113743A13
2113932K15
2113932E07
2113932E07
2113930F42
2113930F39
2113932E07
2113930F39
2113931F37
2113930F39
2113931F37
2113930F39
2113931F37
2113930F39
Not Placed
0.022µF; 16V
3.0 ± .25
0.022µF; 16V
33
33
33
0.022µF; 16V
0.1µF
510
0.022µF; 16V
1000
0.1µF; 16V
33
10µF
0.022µF; 16V
0.1µF; 16V
0.047µF; 16V
3300
4.7µF; 16
10µF
Not Placed
0.047µF
0.1µF; 16V
0.022µF; 16V
0.022µF; 16V
43
33
0.022µF; 16V
33
3, 300
33
3300
33
3300
33
CR4
CR5
CR101, 103
CR107 thru 109
CR204
4805218N57
4862824C01
4805218N57
4805129M96
4802233J09
DIODE: See Note 1
Dual
Varactor
Dual
PIN
Triple
F1
6505757V01
FUSE:
1.0A
FL1
4802655J03
G2 thru 5
3905643V01
J301
0905461X03
J401
3905264W01
L8
L9
L20
L22
L23
L24, 36
L105
L108, 126
L127
L204
L209
2462587V37
2462587Q40
2405452C58
2405452C64
--------2462587V37
2462587V28
2462587V37
2405430Y01
2462587V24
2462587Q59
JACK:
Connector; 20 contacts; to P301
Strip Connector
Contact, Antenna
COIL, RF:
180nH
270nH
820nH
1500nH
Not Placed
180nH
33nH
180nH
6.5nH
15nH
10µH
P404
3905861X02
PLUG:
Connector Battery; 2-pin
Q1
Q2
Q4
Q5
Q101
Q108
Q110
4805218N63
--------4805218N63
4880048M04
4805128M27
4805921T06
4805218N45
TRANSISTOR: See Note 1
NPN
Not Placed
NPN
PNP
PNP
Dual PNP
PNP
0662057A50
0662057A25
----------------0662057B22
0662057A25
RESISTOR, Fixed: Ω ± 5%
0.0625W unless stated
1.1K
100
Not Placed
Not Placed
1MEG
100
R1
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
FILTER:
73.35MHz, See Note 2
CONNECTOR:
Contact, Ground
R16
R17
R21
R22
R23
R25
R27
R28
R32, 33
R34, 35
R36
R37
R101
R102
R103
R104
R105
R110, 111, 113
R114
R120
R128
R129
R199
R201
R211
R212
R213
R214
R215
R220
R221, 222
0662057A59
0662057A80
0662057A73
0662057A85
0662057A53
0662057B05
0662057A01
0662057A73
0662057A59
0662057A89
0662057A42
0662057B47
0662057A61
0662057A67
0662057A49
0662057B47
--------0662057A73
0662057A81
0662057A56
0662057A90
0662057C75
--------0662057A13
0662057A18
0662057A49
0662057A56
0662057A81
0662057A87
0662057A77
0662057A49
2.7K
20K
10K
33K
1.5K
200K
10
10K
2.7K
47K
510
0
3.3K
5.6K
1K
0
Not Placed
10K
22K
2K
51K
1K
Not Placed
33
51
1K
2K
22K
39K
15K
1K
RT101
0605621T02
THERMISTOR:
50K
S101
4005831W01
SWITCH:
RF
T1
T2
2505515V03
2505515V07
TRANSFORMER:
Balun; 4:1
Balun; 25:1
U1
U2
U3
U4, 5
U101
U102
U104
U105
U201
U202
U203
U204
U205
5105457W51
5105457W52
5186296A02
5105279V06
5105835U52
5105835U51
5105279V26
5105385Y84
5105662U76
5105469E65
5105385Y61
5105457W81
5105385Y54
VR101
4813830A33
SH1
SH2
SH3
SH4
SH5
SH7
SH8
SH9
MECHANICAL PARTS
2605258V02
SHIELD, Synthesizer
2605259V01
SHIELD, Diode
2605260V01
SHIELD, RF Switch
2605261V01
SHIELD, IF
2605263V02
SHIELD, 3-Pole Filter
2605890U02
SHIELD, VCO
2605418V01
SHIELD, Transformer
2605540W01
SHIELD, Loop Filter
MODULES: See Note 1
RF Amp
Mixer
IF
3-pole filter
TX ALC
D/A
Coupler
RF PA
VCO Buffer
5V Regulator
Ref. Oscillator
Synthesizer
VCO
DIODE:
Zener; 20V
Notes:
1. For optimum performance, order replacement diodes, transistors,
and circuit modules by Motorola part number only.
2. When ordering crystals, specify carrier frequency, crystal
frequency, crystal type number, and Motorola part number.
3. “Not Placed” means that components are for future use, and are
not placed on the circuit board at this time.
83
DAC_SEL
5VREG
5VREG
LCK
LCK
B+
C121
20pF
R114
22K
B+
CLK
CLK
D
D
C132
.022uF
CR101
Q108
5V TX 0V RX
5
0V TX
1
5V RX
1
3
CR103
A2
DATA
B3
RESET
D5
R_T
GND1
C117
33pF
DAC
1
RF_OUT
RF_IN
U105
RF PA
9
4
5
6
RFOUT
L105
33nH
0V RX
6-6.8V TX
RX_DA
3
2
C133
10uF
D4
C4
C5
NC
R104
0
C123
33pF
5V TX
R105
*
0V RX
R103
1K
B5
E2
NC
C118
33pF
4.7V TX 0V RX
RFIN
SWB_POS
R2
U104 R1
COUPLER
RAWB_POS
8
C1
3
VCONT
5 2
GND1
7
GND2
GND4
10
C2
GND3
D3 E4
TX_DA
0V TX 5V RX
SW_C
R110
10K
NC
R113
10K
NC
U102 REF_DA
GND2
1
0V RX
5V TX
C119
.022uF
SC4
5V
A4
3
4
E3
SW 1
D1
SW 2
CLK
SEL
EN_BIAS
B4
EN_ANT
NC
2
R111
10K
SC1
B2
C3
SC2
SC3
D2 C1 C2 B1
A3
2
2
4
3
1
Tx_RF
6.6V TX
7.5V RX
.37V TX
R129
1K
7.5V RX
R101
3.3K
R102
5.6K
Q101 1
S101
SWITCH
ANTENNA
1
1
C151
15pF
3
C105
.022uF
PIN1
GND
GND1
GND2
GND3
C106
*
C103
1uF
4
D5
5V_TX
TEMP_SENSE
C5
DA_REF
C3
INT_CAP_OUT
B5
PA_CNTL
B4
PA_OUT
3
C108
33pF
C4
R6
1MEG
*
C110
33pF
Q110
C115
0.22uF
BPOS
C111
33pF
C101
33pF
C104
.022uF
U101
ALC
E2
ICATH_2
D1
TX 12
D2
RX_1
C1
BIAS_RT
C2
ANODE_2
B1
ANT_SW_BS
B2
CATH_1
C122
33pF
R120
2K
A4 A3 B3 A2
L126
180nH
C149
2.4pF
RF SWITCH
5 6 7 9
R128
51K
1
P402
TX 5V
CR109
4.3 V TX 7.4 V RX
3
TO UNIVERSAL
2
CONNECTOR
Q2 *
2
1
C153
2pF
5
4
C138
20pF
C141
3.3pF
NC
C140
.022uF
R4
*
2
3
R5
*
R3
100
NC
AGC
L9
270nH
C6
47pF
C8
33pF
C5
3300pF
LO
5V
3
8
C4
8.2pF
2
3
5
R2 7
10
C1 3
10uF
C7 2
33pF
C8 8
3.6pF
OUT
U5
3-POLE FILTER
IN
GND
GND
4 5
7
13
GND
12
GND
6
.43V
7
8
2
5
1
.43V
8 9 10 11
14
C7
20pF
C8 9
C8 3
.022uF 33pF
C8 5
10uF
R7
100
BVDD
3
GND
1
1
2
.55- .7 V
GND
GND
C1 0
2.4pF
4
GND
C1 6
6.8pF
ABP
AG2
1
7
GND
GND
9 10 11
12
RF
AMPLIFIER
GND
6 8
13
RF_OUT
RF_IN
GND
5
2
GND
4
7
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
3
GND
GND
GND
C1 2
3.3pF
GND
GND
2
OUT
U4
3-POLE FILTER
IN
AVDD
U1
1
C9 8
5.1pF
C9 2
.022uF
3
RFN
IFN
U2
MIXER
LOIN BUFFER
RFP
1
5 6
IFP
BBP
BDIV
GND5
4
3 CR107
6
T1
XFMR
GND4
C1 9
33pF
GND2
GND3
C3 1
.022uF
L8
180nH
GND1
* INDICATES A COMPONENT THAT IS NOT PLACED
GND
R2 8
10K
C1 5
.022uF
GND
1
C120
0.1uF
1
ANTENNA
2
C102
33pF
C109
*
2
0V RX
5.1V TX
C150
3.3pF
4 TO UNIVERSAL
CONNECTOR
8 EXTERNAL
L108
180nH
G1
EXTERNAL
ANTENNA
L127
6.5nH
2
PIN2
CONTACT
J401
C107
33pF
PA_BIAS
3
C137
4.7pF
ANODE_1
R199
0
E4 D4 E3 D3
RECV_5V
BIAS_EN
CR108
RT101
50K
3
2
C135
33pF
GND
1
INT_CAP_IN
RF_DET
2
5V
11
12
3
4
4
5V
3.93 V
1
IF
T2
15V07
2
2
5
9 10 13
C8 4
.022uF
C8 2
C9 0
.022uF 33pF
C9 1
10uF
C1 1
100pF
63B81097C07-O
Sheet 1 of 2
84
NUF6499B/C AND NUF6502B/C (900MHz)
TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 1 of 2)
2.1MHz
5VREG
5VREG
5VREG
LCK
LCK
P404
B+
B+
B+
BATT+
3
VR101
20 V
2
CLK
CLK
1
C126
.022u F
BATTC152
33pF
16.8 MHz
16.8 MHz
13V
2.5Vdc
TP205
C257
0.1uF
C244
510pF
C202
7.5pF
37
NC
38
39
40
NC
1
L209
10uH
R211
51
3-11V 32
34
41
35
19
C240 C239 C238 C237 C241
0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF
4.7V
AUX1
AUX2
AUX3
AUX4
SYNTHESIZER
17
4.7V
SUPFCAP
18
SUPFBASE
NC
21
PREIN
FRACTN IC
IOUT
IADAPT
LOCK
ADAPTSW
SUPFOUT
16
WARP
31
EN
43
R_GND1
44
R_GND2
C253
10uF
R214
22K
GND DP1
10
RSSI FLT
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 12 13 15 16 17 18 19
11
VCO 5V
13
EMIT
BASE
2.28V
CR5
C54
39pF
R17
20K
C55
39pF
L24
180nH
SW B+
17
SYN SEL
3
VCO MOD
4
LOCK DET
5
REF OSC
13
2.1 MHz
7
DAC SEL
6
DATA
12
SQ OUT
C87
0.1uF
VAG
BANDPASS
FILTERS
LIM
C308
33pF
32 3.0V 0.22uF
C314
33pF
30
C46
0.1uF
DEMOD
R37
0
C305
33pF
SERIAL
DATA
PORT
OFFSET
LOOP
29
HF DEMOD
SUM DEMOD 28
MAIN
LOOP
17
18 19
REF CLK
16
20
21
22
23
C9
0.1uF
24
25
C96
0.1uF
2.5V
2.8V
10
DISC
15
CLOCK
14
IF SEL
11
RSSI
C306
33pF
VCC 2_5V
27 2.56 Vdc
26
C47
0.1uF
2
Q5
C313
33pF
R1=
47K
C48
430pF
3
1
0V OR 5V UNLOCK
OTHERWISE LOCK
C311
3300pF
3
C62
0.1uF
34 2.5V 0.22uF
TP401
3.65V
Q1
FLEX P301
1.65V
2
R35
47K
C56
43pF
C57
43pF
C52
.018uF
R16
C53
0.15uF 2.7K
3.3 V
1
GND
2
C312
33pF
C4NEG 31 2.4V
C49
0.33uF
R32
2.7K
DAC_SEL
C45
CLK
C61
100pF
C2
0.1uF
R22
33K
L23
1.5uH
R34
47K
GND
19
C44
C3POS
C4POS
CEX
C37
.022uF
C65
0.1uF
GND
18
TO JUMPER
UP CONVERSION
MIXERS
R36
510
C1
10uF
16
C304
33pF
2.1MHz
1.55V
C43
0.22uF
GND DP2
C95
8.2pF
2
36
OMPAC ZIF
IOUT
DATA
NC
37
U3
IF IC
SECOND
LOCAL
OSCILLATOR
SYNTH
COL
3
R21
10K
38
DFM
GND DIEPAD3
GND1
GND
15
1
3
C38
3.9pF
GND
C302
33pF
2.4V
39
C3NEG 33 2.4V
CHARGE PUMP 5V
12
14
CR4
R1
1.1K
40
BASEBAND
FILTERS
DOWN
MIXERS
RSS
3
FL1
4
GND
9
C2NEG 35
8
RSSI OUT
1
41
RF AMP
Q4
C34
0.1uF
1
C2 POS
2
C1 POS
3
C1 NEG
4
AGC
5
VAG1
6
7
9
AGC
2
RAW B+
8
C310
33pF
C42
0.22uF
GND DIEPAD4
11 38
C41
0.1
uF
C60
0.1uF
C36
2.7pF
RAW B+
20
C303
3300pF
2.6V
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
C3
3300pF
C35
47pF
C125
0.1uF
VCO MOD
90 DEG
PHASE
SHIFT
L22
1.5uH
C301
.022u F
2.5 V dc
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
GND5
GND6
GND7
GND8
GND9
GND10
GND11
GND12
GND13
GND14
GND15
GND16
14 44
SW1
SW2
C225
33pF
CNTRL1
CNTRL2
C230
33pF
OUT
C231 C233
33pF .022uF
CLK 16.8 LCK
MHz
C267
3300pF
C271
10uF
4.7V
VI BYPASS
VCO
BPOS
5VREG
IN
D
1
C309
3300pF
GND DIEPAD5
48
R220
15K
1
4
C280
.022uF
1
2
3
4
5
6
14
15
16
SYN
C211
3pF
RAMP CAP
U205
4.6V TX
2.4V RX
L20
820nH
GND
26
C40
100pF
GND32
GND31
GND30
GND29
GND28
GND27
GND26
GND25
GND24
GND23
GND22
GND21
GND20
GND19
GND18
GND17
C209 C214
.022uF .022uF
C219
.022uF
L36
180nH
1
8
OUTPUT
INPUT
5
7
ERROR
FEEDBACK
2
3
SENSE
SHUTDOWN
6
5V_TAP
57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 47 46 45 43 42 41 40 39 37 36
L204
15nH
R23
1.5K
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
NC6
VDD2
NC8
NC9
NC
J301
U202
5V REG
0.8 V
10
C236
.022uF
FREQ=73.35MHz
NC18
NC17
NC16
NC15
NC14
NC13
NC12
NC11
NC10
23
24
27
9
12
22
25
C254
10uF
C294
33pF
12 5 1
2
U203
REF OSC
R215
39K
OFFSET LOOP 5V
VCC
VDD
4.6V
4.6V
GND51
GND50
GND49
GND48
GND47
GND46
GND45
GND44
GND43
GND42
GND41
GND40
GND39
GND38
GND37
GND36
GND35
GND34
GND33
C205
3pF
U201
VCO
BUFFER
9 0V
16
NC
13
7
6
5V
11
RFOUT
C204
3pF
IN
TXBB
RBY
TRB
FLIP
GND
32
31
30
29
28
20
19
18
17
C266
3300pF
24
NC
12
NC
33 22 13 1
GND
GND
GND
LO
TX
RX
SW1
SW2
PRE
NC
VCO MOD
5
2
20
29
CPBIAS1
28
CPBIAS2
5V TX
0V RX
4
2
8
10
15
14
NC
U204
PVREF
A/D_BYPASS
3
4.7V
4.7V
MODIN
DATA
SUPFIN
26
TST1
27
TST2
NC
R212
C275
1K
.047uF
C201
3.6pF
VMULT1
8
VMULT2
7
VMULT3
NC
6
VMULT4
NC
4
GND
R201
33
C228
33pF
C246
R213 .022uF
2K
EN_CE
3
F1
1A
32V
C255
.022uF
C260 C227
.047uF 33pF
13
EN_CE
7
*
C274
CEXT
SS
NC
11
R222
VREG DCWARP
8
1K
DET
DE
10
VOPT
FOUT
21
SO
SCK
NC
SI
PREAMP IN
5V
0V
CLK
FREFOUT
2.8V TX 30
MODOUT
C247
9
1200pF
PREAMP 5V
5V
0V
4
A1
5
A2
6
A3
10
2.5Vdc
C284
.022uF
C250
0.1uF
GND PREAMP
3
K1
2
K2
1
K3
R221
1K
C289
43pF
C279 C251
0.1uF 33pF
PREAMPOUT
CR204
14
XTAL1
15
XTAL2
NC
DM BYP
DM IN
Tx_RF
C116
0.1uF
VSSD/VSSA
C114
0.1uF
C256
0.1uF
VCP
DC5V4
DC5V3
DC5V2
DC5V1
36 42 25 23 11
C245
.022uF
C270
4.7uF
GND4
GND3
GND2
GND1
C258
0.1uF
IF
NC
D
D
R25
200K
1.65V
C58
2.2pF
C307
33pF
R33
2.7K
63B81097C07-O
Sheet 2 of 2
NUF6499B/C AND NUF6502B/C (900MHz)
TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2)
85
JP
EDITOR
2/7/01
DATE
CHECKER
DATE
BW
800MHz: NUF6500D, NUF6533A
900MHz: NUF6499D
ISS.
(
)
O.K. AS MARKED (
)
O.K. AS IS
CORRECTED
AS
MARKED
RLSE.
REVISION
RLSE.
O
VIEWED FROM SIDE 1
MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS DEPT.
DWG. NO.
Jedi 800/900 RF
8405108X41.M
ILLUSTRATOR
JP
EDITOR
AM
DATE
MAEPF-27152
ENGINEER
DATE
2/7/01
DATE
PROGRAM
DISK
Illustrator
CHECKER
DATE
O.K. AS IS
CORRECTED
AS
MARKED
ISS.
REVISION
800MHz: NUF6500D, NUF6533A
O
900MHz: NUF6499D
MAEPF-27151-O
VIEWED FROM SIDE 2
MAEPF-27152-O
86
NUF/PMUF6499D (900MHz)
TRANSCEIVER BOARD PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS
CHECK
ONE
( )
O.K. AS MARKED (
RLSE.
)
RLSE.
Electrical Parts List, Transceiver (900MHz)
NUF/PMUF6499D
REFERENCE
SYMBOL
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
C10
C11
C12
C13
C15
C16
C19
C31
C34
C35
C36
C37
C38
C40
C41
C42 thru 45
C46
C47
C48
C49
C52
C53
C54, 55
C56, 57
C58
C60
C61
C62, 65
C72
C82
C83
C84
C85
C87
C88
C89
C90
C91
C92
C95
C96
C98
C101, 102
C103
C104, 105
C106
C107, 108
C109
C110, 111, 113
C114
C115
C116
C117, 118
C119
C120
C121
C122, 123
C125
C126, 132
C133
C135
C137
C138
C140
C141
C149
C150
C151
C152
C153
C201
C202
C204
C205
MOTOROLA
PART NO.
2311049J23
2113932K15
2113931F37
2113930F25
2113931F37
2113930F43
2113930F34
2113930F39
2113932K15
2413926H19
2113930F51
2113930F15
2311049J23
2113932E07
2413926H12
2113930F39
2113932E07
2113932K15
2113930F43
2113930F13
2113932E07
2113930F17
2113930F51
2113743A19
2113743A23
2113932K15
2109720D14
2113740A70
2311049A04
2113741A51
2311049A02
2113930F41
2113930F42
2113930F11
2113932K15
2113930F51
2113932K15
2113930F39
2113932E07
2113930F39
2113932E07
2311049J23
2113932K15
2113930F16
2113932E07
2113930F39
2311049J23
2113932E07
2113930F25
2113932K15
2113930F20
2113930F39
2311049A07
2113932E07
--------2113930F39
--------2113930F39
2113932K15
2113743K16
2113932K15
2113930F39
2113932E07
2113932K15
2113930F34
2113930F39
2113932K15
2113932E07
2311049J23
2113930F39
2113930F19
2113930F34
2113932E07
2113930F19
2113930F12
2113930F15
2113930F31
2113930F39
2113930F10
2113930F16
2113930F24
2113930F14
---------
DESCRIPTION
CAPACITOR, Fixed: pF ± 5% 50V
unless stated
10µF
0.1µF; 16V
3300
8.2
3300
47
20
33
0.1µF; 16V
Inductor 39nH
100
3.3 ± .25
10µF
0.022µF; 16V
Inductor 10nH
33
0.022µF; 16V
0.1µF; 16V
47
2.7
0.022µF; 16V
3.9 ± .25
100
0.1µF
0.22µF
0.1µF; 16V
0.1µF
430
0.33µF
0.18µF
0.15µF
39
43
2.2 ± .25
0.1µF; 16V
100
0.1µF; 16V
33
0.022µF; 16V
33
0.022µF; 16V
10µF
0.1µF; 16V
3.6 ± .25
0.022µF; 16V
33
10µF
0.022µF; 16V
8.2
0.1µF; 16V
5.1 ± .5
33
1; 16V
0.022µF; 16V
Not Placed
33
Not Placed
33
0.1µF; 16V
0.22µF; 16V
0.1µF; 16V
33
0.022µF; 16V
0.1µF; 16V
20
33
0.1µF; 16V
0.022µF; 16V
10µF
33
4.7pF 50V ± .25pF 50V
20
0.022µF; 16V
4.7 ± .25
2.4 ± .25
3.3 ± .25
15
33
2.0 ± .25
3.6 ± .25
7.5pF ± .25
3.0 ± .25
Not Placed
C209
C211
C214, 219
C225
C227, 228
C230, 231
C233, 236
C237 thru 241
C244
C245, 246
C247
C250
C251
C253, 254
C255
C256 thru 258
C260
C266, 267
C270
C271
C274
C275
C279
C280
C284
C289
C294
C301
C302
C303
C304 thru 308
C309
C310
C311
C312 thru 314
2113932E07
2113930F14
2113932E07
2113930F39
2113930F39
2113930F39
2113932E07
2109720D14
2113741F18
2113932E07
2105248W01
2113932K15
2113930F39
2311049J23
2113932E07
2113932K15
2113932K07
2113931F37
2311049J12
2311049J23
--------2113743A13
2113932K15
2113932E07
2113932E07
2113930F42
2113930F39
2113932E07
2113930F39
2113931F37
2113930F39
2113931F37
2113930F39
2113931F37
2113930F39
0.022µF; 16V
3.0 ± .25
0.022µF; 16V
33
33
33
0.022µF; 16V
0.1µF
510
0.022µF; 16V
1000
0.1µF; 16V
33
10µF
0.022µF; 16V
0.1µF; 16V
0.047µF; 16V
3300
4.7µF; 16
10µF
Not Placed
0.047µF
0.1µF; 16V
0.022µF; 16V
0.022µF; 16V
43
33
0.022µF; 16V
33
3, 300
33
3300
33
3300
33
CR4
CR5
CR101, 103
CR107 thru 109
CR204
4805218N57
4862824C01
4805218N57
4805129M96
4802233J09
DIODE: See Note 1
Dual
Varactor
Dual
PIN
Triple
F1
6505757V01
FUSE:
1.0A
FL1
4802655J03
G2 thru 5
3905643V01
J301
0905461X03
J401
3905264W01
L8
L9
L20
L22
L23
L24, 36
L105
L108, 126
L127
L204
L209
2462587V37
2462587Q40
2405452C58
2405452C64
--------2462587V37
2462587V28
2462587V37
2405430Y01
2462587V24
2462587Q59
JACK:
Connector; 20 contacts; to P301
Strip Connector
Contact, Antenna
COIL, RF:
180nH
270nH
820nH
1500nH
Not Placed
180nH
33nH
180nH
6.5nH
15nH
10µH
P404
3905861X02
PLUG:
Connector Battery; 2-pin
Q1
Q2
Q4
Q5
Q101
Q108
Q110
4805218N63
--------4805218N63
4880048M04
4805128M27
4805921T06
4805218N45
TRANSISTOR: See Note 1
NPN
Not Placed
NPN
PNP
PNP
Dual PNP
PNP
0662057A50
0662057A25
----------------0662057B22
0662057A25
0662057A59
RESISTOR, Fixed: Ω ± 5%
0.0625W unless stated
1.1K
100
Not Placed
Not Placed
1MEG
100
2.7K
R1
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R16
FILTER:
73.35MHz, See Note 2
CONNECTOR:
Contact, Ground
R17
R21
R22
R23
R25
R27
R28
R32, 33
R34, 35
R36
R37
R101
R102
R103
R104
R105
R110, 111, 113
R114
R120
R128
R129
R199
R201
R211
R212
R213
R214
R215
R220
R221, 222
0662057A80
0662057A73
0662057A85
0662057A53
0662057B05
0662057A01
0662057A73
0662057A59
0662057A89
0662057A42
0662057B47
0662057A61
0662057A67
0662057A49
0662057B47
--------0662057A73
0662057A81
0662057A56
0662057A90
0662057C75
--------0662057A13
0662057A18
0662057A49
0662057A56
0662057A81
0662057A87
0662057A77
0662057A49
20K
10K
33K
1.5K
200K
10
10K
2.7K
47K
510
0
3.3K
5.6K
1K
0
Not Placed
10K
22K
2K
51K
1K
Not Placed
33
51
1K
2K
22K
39K
15K
1K
RT101
0605621T02
THERMISTOR:
50K
S101
4005831W01
SWITCH:
RF
T1
T2
2505515V03
2505515V07
TRANSFORMER:
Balun; 4:1
Balun; 25:1
U1
U2
U3
U4, 5
U101
U102
U104
U105
U201
U202
U203
U204
U205
5105457W51
5105457W52
5186296A02
5105279V06
5105835U52
5105835U51
5105279V26
5105385Y84
5105662U76
5105469E65
5105385Y61
5105457W81
5105385Y54
VR101
4813830A33
SH1
SH2
SH3
SH4
SH5
SH7
SH8
SH9
MECHANICAL PARTS
2605258V02
SHIELD, Synthesizer
2605259V01
SHIELD, Diode
2605260V01
SHIELD, RF Switch
2605261V01
SHIELD, IF
2605263V02
SHIELD, 3-Pole Filter
2605890U02
SHIELD, VCO
2605418V01
SHIELD, Transformer
2605540W01
SHIELD, Loop Filter
MODULES: See Note 1
RF Amp
Mixer
IF
3-pole filter
TX ALC
D/A
Coupler
RF PA
VCO Buffer
5V Regulator
Ref. Oscillator
Synthesizer
VCO
DIODE:
Zener; 20V
Notes:
1. For optimum performance, order replacement diodes, transistors,
and circuit modules by Motorola part number only.
2. When ordering crystals, specify carrier frequency, crystal
frequency, crystal type number, and Motorola part number.
3. “Not Placed” means that components are for future use, and are
not placed on the circuit board at this time.
87
DAC_SEL
5VREG
5VREG
LCK
C121
20pF
LCK
B+
R114
22K
B+
CLK
CLK
D
D
C132
.022uF
CR101
Q108
5V TX 0V RX
5
0V TX
1
5V RX
1
3
2
3
1
A2 DATA
B3
RESET
D5
R_T
DAC
GND1
GND2
C117
33pF
D3 E4
C119
.022uF
0V TX 5V RX
3
C133
10uF
2
U102
D4
REF_DA
TX_DA C4
RX_DA C5
NC
NC
R110
10K
0V RX
5V TX
R113
10K
NC
SW1 E3
D1
SW2
B5
NC
R104
0
SW_C
5V
CR103
R111
10K
4
D2 C1C2 B1
A3
B2 CLK
C3
SEL
A4
EN_BIAS
B4
EN_ANT
NC
SC1
SC2
SC3
SC4
2
C123
33pF
5V TX
R105
*
0V RX
R103
1K
E2
C118
33pF
5
6
RFOUT
L105
33nH
2
RFIN
Tx_RF
1
6.6V TX
7.5V RX
C137
4.7pF
S101
SWITCH
ANTENNA
R102
5.6K
2
1
3
C151
15pF
3
1
L127
6.5nH
1
RT101
50K
3
PIN1
GND
GND1
GND2
GND3
C120
0.1uF
C105
.022uF
C103
1uF
4
C106
*
C4
D5
C5
C3
B5
B4
C101
33pF
C110
33pF
3
C108
33pF
C104
.022uF
E4 D4 E3 D3
C111
33pF
C115
0.22uF
R6
1MEG
Q110
5V_T X
TEMP_SENSE
DA_REF
INT_CAP_OUT
PA_CNTL
PA_OUT
C122
33pF
U101
ALC
ICATH_2
TX 12
RX_1
BIAS_RT
ANODE_2
ANT_SW_BS
CATH_1
E2
D1
D2
C1
C2
B1
B2
R120
2K
A4 A3 B3 A2
1
L126
180nH
C149
2.4pF
ANTENNA
2
C102
33pF
C109
*
2
0V RX
5.1V TX
C150
3.3pF
UNIVERSAL
4 TO
CONNECTOR
8 EXTERNAL
L108
180nH
RF SWITCH
5 6 7 9
G1
R128
51K
1
P402
TX 5V
CR109
3
4.3 V TX 7.4 V RX
2
TO UNIVERSAL
2
CONNECTOR
1
C153
2pF
Q2 *
1
C141
3.3pF
5
C140
.022uF
4
C138
20pF
NC
R4
*
2
3
R5
*
R3
100
NC
AGC
AGC
L9
270nH
C6
47pF
C8
33pF
LO
C5
3300pF
LO
5V
L8
180nH
C3 1
.022uF
3
2
GND
3
GND
2
7
13
GND
12
GND
U1
RF
ABP
AMPLIFIER AG2
C1 6
10nH
C10
39nH
1 3 8
1
RF_OUT 7
RF_IN
4
5
1
2
.55- .7 V
R2 7
10
C9 8
5.1pF
C13
10uF
C7 2
33pF
C8 8
3.6pF
IN
OUT
U5
FILTER
2 3-POLE
GND
3
GND
4
3
3
.43V
U2
7
RFN
8
RFP
2
5
1
14
.43V
13
GND
12
GND
4 5 6 8 9 10 11
4 5 6 8 9 10 11
7
C7
20pF
T1
XFMR
5V
11
12
2
BDIV 4
IFN
3
MIXER IFP
BUFFER BBP
LOIN
5V
3.93 V
C8 9
C8 3
.022uF 33pF
C8 5
10uF
R7
100
C8 4
.022uF
C9 0
C8 2
.022uF 33pF
C9 1
10uF
C11
100pF
63B81097C08-O
Sheet 1 of 2
88
NUF/PMUF6499D (900MHz)
TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 1 of 2)
IF
4
T2
15V07
2
1
1 5 6 9 10 13
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
C1 2
3.3pF
OUT
U4
3-POLE FILTER
IN
C9 2
.022uF
CR107
C4
8.2pF
GND
GND
GND
1
AVDD
6
C1 9
33pF
BVDD
C15
.022uF
GND
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
GND5
R2 8
10K
* INDICATES A COMPONENT THAT IS NOT PLACED
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
EXTERNAL
ANTENNA
C107
33pF
2
PIN2
CONTACT
J401
R101
3.3K
Q101 1
CR108
R199
0
Tx_RF
7.5V RX
R129
1K
4 3
C135
33pF
2
.37V TX
RECV_5V
BIAS_EN
PA_BIAS
BPOS
0V RX
6-6.8V TX
4.7V TX 0V RX
INT_CAP_IN
RF_DET
GND
ANODE_1
RF_IN
RAWB_POS
RF_OUT
U105
RF PA
9
4
VCONT
1
R2
U104 R1
COUPLER
SWB_POS
C2
8
C1
3
GND4
GND3
GND2
GND1
10 7 5 2
5
2.1MHz
5VREG
5VREG
5VREG
LCK
LCK
P404
B+
B+
B+
C126
3
.022uF 2
CLK
CLK
BATT+
VR101 C152
20 V
33pF
NC
D
D
F1
1A
32V
16.8 MHz
13V
C247
1200pF
SYNTHESIZER
9
VMULT1
MODIN
8
VMULT2
DATA
7
SUPFIN
NC 6 VMULT3
TP205
VMULT4 FRACTN IC
NC
PVREF
1
37
A/D_BYPASS
NC 38 AUX1
AUX2
39
AUX3
CPBIAS1
40
AUX4
CPBIAS2
NC
2.5Vdc
C257
0.1uF
R213
2K
C244
510pF
C228
33pF
C202
7.5pF
L209
10uH
C246
.022uF
C275
R212
.047uF 1K
C201
3.6pF
C240
0.1uF
C238 C237
0.1uF 0.1uF
C239
0.1uF
3-11V 32
IOUT
34
IADAPT
41
LOCK
35
ADAPTSW
19
SUPFOUT
C241
0.1uF
5V TX
0V RX
4.7V
3
11 38
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
8 GND DP1
11
2
C65
0.1uF
C1
10uF
3.3V
2.28V 1
C54
39pF
CR5
R17
20K
C55
39pF
L24
180nH
R16
2.7K
SW B+
17
SYN SEL
3
VCO MOD
LOCK DET
5
REF OSC
13
2.1 MHz
FLEX P301
C61
100pF
16
17
C9
0.1uF
C62
0.1uF
7
C96
0.1uF
DAC SEL
C308
33pF
2.4V
6
DATA
12
SQ OUT
10
DISC
15
CLOCK
14
IF SEL
C314
33pF
C46
0.1uF
R37
0
C305
33pF
SERIAL
DATA
PORT
OFFSET
LOOP
29
MAIN
LOOP
HF DEMOD
SUM DEMOD
18 19
20
21
22
23
24
25
3.65V
2.8 V
C306
33pF
VCC 2_5V
26
2.5V
28
27 2.56 Vdc
C47
0.1uF
2
C48
430pF
1
3
0V OR 5V UNLOCK
OTHERWISE LOCK
C313
33pF
R1=
47K
Q5
C311
3300pF
2
C56
43pF
R35
47K
C57
43pF
C52
.018uF
C53
0.15uF
2
C44
DEMOD
GND DP2
3
Q1
GND
C312
33pF
DAC_SEL
TP401
1.65V
C87
0.1uF
GND
19
C302
33pF
C3POS 34 2.5V 0.22uF
C4NEG 31
C49
0.33uF
R34
47K
GND
18
TO JUMPER
UP CONVERSION
MIXERS
LIM
R36
510
R32
2.7K
16
C304
33pF
2.1MHz
C43
0.22uF
BANDPASS
FILTERS
REF CLK
C95
8.2pF
C2
0.1uF
1.55V
VAG 30
CLK
L23
1.5uH
C38
3.9pF
36
C45
C4POS 32 3.0V 0.22uF
CEX
4
R22
33K
37
OMPAC ZIF
IOUT
DATA
15
BASE
COL
GND1
GND
2
C36
2.7pF
CR4
1
3
C37
.022uF
38
U3
IF IC
RSS
GND DIEPAD3
C35
47pF
14
NC
39
C3NEG 33 2.4V
SECOND
LOCAL
OSCILLATOR
SYNTH
13 EMIT
FL1
GND
4
DFM
C60
0.1uF
3
40
BASEBAND
FILTERS
DOWN
MIXERS
12 VCO 5V
2
41
1
C2 PO S
3
C1 PO S
4
C1 NEG
5
AGC
7 6
CHARGE PUMP 5V
3
R21
10K
2.6V
9 RSSI OUT
10 RSSI FLT
R1
1.1K
GND
9
C2NEG 35
Q4
1
RAW B+
8
C310
33pF
C42
0.22uF
RF AMP
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 12 13 15 16 1718 19
AGC
L22
1.5uH
C125
0.1uF
2.4V
C3
3300pF
OUT
C301
.022uF
C233
.022uF
2.5 V dc
90 DEG
PHASE
SHIFT
IN
C231
33pF
CLK 16.8 LCK
MHz
RAW B+
20
C303
3300pF
C41
0.1
uF
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
GND5
GND6
GND7
GND8
GND9
GND10
GND11
GND12
GND13
GND14
GND15
GND16
14 44
SW1
SW2
C225
33pF
CNTRL1
CNTRL2
C230
33pF
1
D
VCO MOD
VAG1
U205
VCO
BPOS
5VREG
L20
820nH
1
2
3
4
5
6
14
15
16
C267
3300pF
C271
10uF
4.7V
GND DIEPAD4
48
R220
15K
L36
180nH
GND
4
C280
.022uF
1
C309
3300pF
VI BYPASS
VCC
4.6V TX
2.4V RX
C34
0.1uF
INPUT 8
OUTPUT
7
ERROR FEEDBACK
SENSE SHUTDOWN 3
5V_TAP
SYN
C211
3pF
C40
100pF
GND32
GND31
GND30
GND29
GND28
GND27
GND26
GND25
GND24
GND23
GND22
GND21
GND20
GND19
GND18
GND17
C209 C214
.022uF .022uF
R23
1.5K
1
5
2
6
J301
U202
5V REG
0.8 V
57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 47 46 45 43 42 41 40 39 37 36
L204
15nH
FREQ=73.35MHz
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
NC6
VDD2
NC8
NC9
23
24
27
9
12
22
25
26
C253
10uF
RAMP CAP
10
C236
.022uF
2
NC18
NC17
NC16
NC15
NC14
NC13
NC12
NC11
NC10
C254
10uF
C294
33pF
12 5 1
C219
.022uF
R215
39K
GND DIEPAD5
NC
9 0V
16
NC
13
7
5V
6
11
R214
22K
OFFSET LOOP 5V
C205
3pF
4.6V
GND51
GND50
GND49
GND48
GND47
GND46
GND45
GND44
GND43
GND42
GND41
GND40
GND39
GND38
GND37
GND36
GND35
GND34
GND33
C204
3pF
IN
TX
RX
TXBB
SW1 U201 RBY
SW2 VCO TRB
PRE
FLIP
NC BUFFER GND
RFOUT
LO
4
2
8
10
15
14
4.6V
29
28
REF OSC
32
31
30
29
28
20
19
18
17
C266
3300pF
24
12 NC
NC
16
WARP
31
EN
43
R_GND1
44
R_GND2
8
10
21
NC
VCO MOD
33 22 13 1
GND
GND
GND
4.7V
4.7V
5
2
20
17
4.7V
SUPFCAP
18
SUPFBASE
21 NC
PREIN
26
TST1
27
TST2
NC
R211
51
4
EN_CE
SS
CEXT
VREG DCWARP
DET
DE
FOUT
VOPT
SO
SCK
U203 SI
7
*
C274
NC11
R222
1K
SYN
GND
R201
33
EN_CE
13
3
PREAMP IN
5V
0V
2.5Vdc
CLK
U204
10
FREFOUT
2.8V TX 30
MODOUT
PREAMP 5V
5V
0V
C289
43pF
C250
0.1uF
GND PREAMP
A1 4
A2 5
A3 6
R221
1K
C279 C251
0.1uF 33pF
PREAMPOUT
3 K1
2 K2
1 K3
14
XTAL1
15
XTAL2
NC
DM BYP
DM IN
CR204
C116
0.1uF
C260 C227
.047uF 33pF
VDD
C114
0.1uF
C284
.022uF
VSSD/VSSA
C245
.022uF
C256
0.1uF
Tx_RF
C255
.022uF
36 42 25 23 11
VCP
DC5V4
DC5V3
DC5V2
DC5V1
C270
4.7uF
GND4
GND3
GND2
GND1
C258
0.1uF
IF
BATT-
1
R25
200K
1.65V
C58
2.2pF
R33
2.7K
11 RSSI
C307
33pF
63B81097C08-O
Sheet 2 of 2
NUF/PMUF6499D (900MHz)
TRANSCEIVER BOARDS’ SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (Sheet 2 of 2)
89
MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS DEPT.
Jedi HT/JT Trans. Cont.
8405261Z04.D
ILLUSTRATOR
JP
EDITOR
DATE
ENGINEER
DATE
5/28/97
DATE
CHECKER
JWB
DWG. NO.
MAEPF-26100
PROGRAM
DATE
CHECK
ONE
(
)
O.K. AS MARKED (
)
O.K. AS IS
CORRECTED
AS
MARKED
ISS.
LETTERING SIZE:
REQUIRES:
DISK
Illustrator
REVISION
RLSE.
RLSE.
O
MAEPF-26099-O
MAEPF-26100-O
90
NCN6145A/C, NCN6146A, NTN7089C, NCN6129C, NCN6138A, NCN6140A/B, NCN6141A, NCN/PMCN6140C
CONTROLLER BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS
Electrical Parts List, Controller:
NCN6129C And NCN6138A (all HT 1000 Models)
NCN6140A/B (VHF HT 1000 Models)
NCN6141A (UHF HT 1000 Models)
NCN/PMCN6140C (all HT 1000 Models)
NCN6145A/C (800MHz HT 1000 Models)
NTN7089C And NCN6146A (JT 1000 Models)
REFERENCE
SYMBOL
MOTOROLA
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
C608, 609, 611
C674, 675
C677 thru 686
C688
C701
C702, 703
C704
C705, 06
C707
C708
C709
C710
C711
C712
C713
C714
C715, 716
C717
C718
C719
C720
C721
C722
C723
C724
C725
C726
C727
C728
C729
C730
C731
C732
C733, 734, 735
C736
C737 thru 746
C747 thru 754
C755 thru 760
C761
C762
C763
C764
C765
C766, 767, 768
C769
C770
C771
C772
C773
C774
C775
C776
C777
C778
C779
C780
C786
C787
C788
C789 thru 793
C794
C795
C796 thru 799
C800, 801
--------------------------------2113932K15
2113932E07
2113930F51
2113743A19
--------2113932K15
2113930F51
2113743A23
2311049J11
2113932K15
2311049A01
2113932K15
2113741A45
--------2113932K15
2113931F49
2311049A01
2113930F51
2311049J23
2113932K15
2113931F49
2113932K15
--------2113932K15
2113931F49
2311049A42
2113932K15
2113930F51
2113932K15
2113930F51
--------2113930F51
--------2113930F51
2113931F49
2311049A57
2113931F49
2113931F41
2311049J11
2113930F51
2311049A07
2113743B23
2311049A07
2113743B23
2311049A07
2113931F17
2113931F13
2311049A07
2113931F17
2113930F51
2113743A19
2113931F49
2113930F51
--------2113931F25
2113930F51
2113931F13
--------2113930F51
2113930F39
CAPACITOR, FIXED: pF ±5%; 50V
unless stated
Not Placed
Not Placed
Not Placed
Not Placed
.1µF 16V
.022µF 16V
100pF
.1µF
Not Placed
.1µF 16V
100pF
.22µF
4.7µF 16V
.1µF 16V
.1µF 35V
.1µF 16V
.01µF
Not Placed
.1µF 16V
.01µF
.1µF 35V
100pF
10µF 6V
.1µF 16V
.01µF
.1µF 16V
Not Placed
.1µF16V
.01µF
3.3µF 6V
.1µF 16V
100pF
.1µF 16V
100pF
Not Placed
100pF
Not Placed
100pF
.01µF
10µF 16V
.01µF
4, 700pF
4.7µF 16V
100pF
1µF 16V
.33µF
1µF 16V
.33µF
1µF 16V
470pF
330pF
1µF 16V
470pF
100pF
.1µF
.01µF
100pF
Not Placed
1, 000pF
100pF
330pF
Not Placed
100pF
33pF
CR701, 702
4805218N57
DIODE:
Dual, See Note 1
J701
J702
0905257V04
0913915A11
J703
J704
0905257V03
0905461X03
JACK:
Connector, 26-pin; to P701
Connector, 25-pin (HT 1000); J702
Not Placed on JT 1000
Connector, 18-pin; to P703
Connector, 20-contact; to P704
L701
L704 thru 707
L710 thru 712
2462587Q42
2462587Q42
2462587Q42
COIL, RF:
.39µH
.39µH
.39µH
Q701
Q702
Q703
--------4802245J04
---------
TRANSISTOR: See Note 1
Not Placed
PNP
Not Placed
R620 thru 626
R628
R700
R701
R702, 703
R704
R705, 706, 707
R708
R726
R727
R729
R730
R731
R733
R735, 737
R738
R753
R754
R755
R756
R757
R758
----------------0662057A57
0662057A56
0662057A41
0662057A65
--------0662057G07
0662057G13
0662057G08
0662057A89
0662057A25
0662057A73
0662057A65
0662057A29
--------0662057B47
--------0662057A97
0662057R92
0662057A97
0662057A65
0683962T45
0662057A73
0662057A81
--------0662057B47
0662057A73
0662057A56
0662057A97
0662057A97
R759
R760
R761, 762
0662057A97
0662057B47
0662057A97
R763
R764, 765, 766
0660076A41
0662057C55
U601
U701
U702
U704
U705
--------5185765B33
--------4805921T07
5105835U96
5105835U22
5105835U71
R709
R710, 711, 712
R713
R714, 715, 716
R717
R718, 719
R721 thru 725
RESISTOR, Fixed: Ω ± 5% .0625W
Unless stated
Not Placed
Not Placed
2200Ω
2000Ω
470Ω
4700Ω
Not Placed
75KΩ ± 1%; .1W (HT1000)
100KΩ ± 1%; .1W (JT1000)
82.5KΩ ± 1%; .1W
47KΩ
100Ω
10KΩ
4700Ω
150Ω
Not Placed (HT1000)
0 (JT1000)
Not Placed
100KΩ
47.5KΩ ± 1%; .1W
100KΩ
4700Ω
68 5-1
10KΩ
22KΩ
Not Placed
0Ω ± .050Ω
10KΩ
2000Ω
100KΩ
100KΩ (HT1000)
Not Placed (JT1000)
100KΩ
0 Ω ± .050Ω
100KΩ (HT1000)
Not Placed (JT1000)
470Ω
150Ω
U706
U708
U709
U710
5185765B31
5105835U49
--------5105469E65
5113806A20
---------
MODULE: See Note 1
Not Placed
Audio Signaling Filter
Not Placed
NPN
Microcomputer (NCN6146A)
Microcomputer (NTN7089C)
Microcomputer (NCN6129C,
NCN6138A)
Microcomputer (NCN6140A,
NCN6141A, NCN6145A)
Microcomputer (NCN6140B,
NCN6141B, NCN6145B)
Microcomputer (NCN6140C)
Audio PA
Not Placed
5V regulator
Multiplexer (HT1000)
Not Placed (JT1000)
VR701
VR702, 703
VR704
VR706
VR709
VR713, 714
VR715
VR718, 719
VR720
VR721, 722
VR723
4813830A15
4805117Y01
4813830A15
4805117Y01
4805117Y01
4813830A15
4813830A28
4805117Y01
4813830A28
4805117Y01
4813830A15
DIODE, Zener:
5.6V
Dual, 6.2V
5.6V
Dual, 6.2V
Dual, 6.2V
5.6V
15V
Dual, 6.2V
15V
Dual, 6.2V
5.6V
5105835U85
5186296A10
Notes:
1. For optimum performance, order replacement diodes, transistors,
and circuit modules by Motorola part number only.
2. When ordering crystals, specify carrier frequency, crystal
frequency, crystal frequency, crystal type number, and Motorola
part number.
3. “Not Placed” means that components are for future use, and are
not placed on the circuit board at this time.
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HI_CLMP_EN
COMP_EN
LODSAB
HCI_DIS
ASFIC_MIC_AUD_out
Vcc
3.7Vdc
C732
0.1uF
C719
.01uF
C720
0.1uF
C776
1uF
C715
.01uF
C711
4.7uF
C716
.01uF
C708
0.1uF
R729
47.5K
C714
0.1uF
HearClear Option
FF_EN
C608
R712
47K
R726
R624
*
UNIV_IO
SQ_DET
CHACT
PWR_RST
MDC TX ONLY
32
27
22
15
16
7
C787
*
29
5
13
10
12
NC
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NFILOUT
FFOUT
EXPOUT
CBUFOUT
COMPOUT
U601
LODSAB
EXPBYP
COMPCAP
VAG
Hear
Clear FFCNTL
CFBBYP
CLIPREF
NOISHLD
COMPBYP
HCIDSAB
EXPADJ
8
17
31
21
19
C611
*
C680
*
R620
*
4
26
23
3
14
20
9
11
24
6
30
AUX_RX
C609
*
J702_7
C688
*
C712
0.1uF
SQIN
E1
TX_DATAG1
LG_DTMFG2
F2
DATAE3
H4
J5
RX_IN H6
AUX_RXJ6
A7
C7
D7
H7
J7
B8
E8
G8
* C736*
R622
*
R621
*
C674
*
H1
SQDET
H2
CHACT
J2
RESET
U701
ASFIC
PLLIM
RXLIMOUT
RXAUDOUT
UNATRXOUT
MICAMPOUT
VOXO
DACO
REFATN
PREMP
VAGOUT
VCOATN
GCB0
GCB1
GCB2
GCB3
GCB4
GCB5
A4 PL_RX
G4RX_DATA
J4
H5
A6
C6
F7
G7
C8
D8
H8
B5
A3
B4
B3
A2
C4
MDC_REF
UPCLK
PL ONLY
MDC ONLY
C684
*
C678
*
PL_RX
RX_DATA
C718
0.1uF
VOX
2.5Vdc
RX_AUDIO
ASFIC_MIC_AUD_out
3.8Vdc
VCO MOD ATTENUATOR RATED 200mVpk-pk/kHz
VCO_MOD
HCI_DIS
HI_CLMP_EN
COMP_EN
AUPA_EN
EXT_SPKR_SEL
LODSAB
VCO_MOD
AUPA_EN
EXT_SPKR_SEL
VOX
C801
33pF
C713
0.1uF
C780
.01uF
C677
*
R755
10K
C1
B2
H3
J3
A5
C5
B6
D6
E7
F8
XTALIN
TRKCLKIN
DTMFCLK
PGMENAB
DATA
EXTVOLIN
EXPAUDIO
RXIN
AUXRXIN
EXTMICIN
TXIN
AUXTXIN
SQIN
PLIN
MICIN
LIMIN
RSSI
1
R623
*
EXPIN
CBUFIN
RSSIIN
FFIN
NFILIN
GND
C686
*
VCC
23
ICENAB
25
CPNENAB
18
FFENAB
28
HIENAB
C682
*
2.1_MHz
TX_DATA
LG_DTMF
ASFIC_SEL
DATA
200Hz RX MDC ONLY
B1 MDC_REF
MDCREF
D1UPCLK
UPCLK
E2
XTALOUT
GNDA
2.5Vdc
PL ONLY
CLK
PLCLK
UNIV_IO
SQ_DET
CHACT
PWR_RST
B7
SCK F1
PL_TX C3
SCK
PL_TX
SB+
LOOPCAP
UNIVIO
TIMINGCAP
RXLIMCAP
LCAP
LOWSPCAP
DCAP
BUFFDISC
VAGCAP
BIASRES
R628
*
VDD
C2
2.5Vdc
R626
*
GNDD
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
GND5
GND6
GND7
GND8
GND9
GND10
GND11
GND12
GND13
C683
*
D2
D3
F3
G3
D4
E4
F4
D5
E5
F5
G5
E6
F6
G6
R625
*
C800
33pF
C777
470pF
C675
*
C681
*
C710
0.22uF
DISC
C685
RSSI
C717
*
RATED 2.5Vdc
282mVpk-pk/kHz
Vcc
Vcc
C735
100pF
C775
330pF
0 Vdc
C707
*
C679
L701
390nH
C701
0.1uF
C705
0.1uF
R756
2K
R701
2K
L710
390nH
R702
C706
0.1uF
C779
0.1uF
R703
INT_MIC
EXT_MIC
470
4.9Vdc
C721
100pF
C702
.022uF
470
C778
100pF
C703
.022uF
4.9Vdc
R704
4.7K
63B81097C09-O
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NCN6129C, NCN6138A, NCN6140A/B, NCN/PMCN6140C, NCN6141A, NCN6145A/C, NCN6146A,
NTN7089C AND PMCN6140C CONTROLLER BOARD ANALOG SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
5V_REG
5V_REG
C729
3.3uF
R735
10K
R753
VDD2
VDD
VDD_A_D
VDDR
VDDL
VRH
XTAL
EXTAL
CLK_E
UP_CLK
5.0Vdc
J701_20
J701_19
J701_17
ASFIC_SEL
SYN_SEL
REF_SEL
ZIF_SEL
DAC_SEL
PB0
PB1
PB2
PB3
PB4
PB5
PB6
PB7
GRN_LED
RED_LED
PC0
PC1
PC2
PC3
PC4
PC5
PC6
PC7
J701_3
FF_EN
CHACT
SQ_DET
TP3
R754
*C726*
U702
VD D
*HOLD
*WP
VSS
MICRO-P
68HC711P2
PD0
PD1
PD2
PD3
PD4
PD5
0
5V_REG
8
7
3
4
U705
1
*CS
2
SO
5
S1
6
SCK
XFC
VDDSYN
R714
10K
VSS2
VSS_A_D
VSSL
VSSR
VSS
VRL
0V SQ
5V UNSQ
C737
100pF
R731
4.7K
TP2
J701_14
J701_25
R764
VR718
1 6.2V
2
* C753 *
VR702
1 6.2V
2
* C754 *
C797
100pF
R738
22K
3
R700
2.2K
R708
75K
100K
R721
0
TP1
PE0
PE1
PE2
PE3
PE4
PE5
PE6
PE7
VOX
VOL_SENSE
SW3POS
RSSI
PF0
PF1
PF2
PF3
PF4
PF5
PF6
PF7
RAT
EMERGENCY
INT_PTT
SCAN_PROG
MON
PG0
PG1
PG2
PG3
PG4
PG5
PG6
PG7
RTA0
RTA1
RTA2
RTA3
CONC_SEN
J701_10
J701_18
J701_24
R722
0
PH0
PH1
PH2
PH3
PH4
PH5
PH6
PH7
* C750 *
1
2
J701_15
J701_13
J701_11
J701_9
J701_5
J701_7
VR722
6.2V
R730
100K
* C749 *
VR714
5.6V
VR723
5.6V
3
R724
0
150
VR721
2 6.2V
1
C730
0.1uF
* C752 *
4
5
R709
82.5K
* C751 *
* C748 *
VR719
1 6.2V
2
1
3
SB+
3
R717
4.7K
RESET
U709_5
* C747 *
R725
0
R715
10K
TP4
CLK
DATA
R723
0
5V_REG
MODB
MODA
RESETB
XIRQ
IRQ
PA0
PA1
PA2
PA3
PA4
PA5
PA6
PA7
RX_DATA
PL_RX
MDC_REF
LH_BUSY
TX_DATA
PL_TX
LG_DTMF
LOCK_DET
J701_26
5V_REG
SB+
R716
10K
0V
C786
100pF
5V_REG
C727
0.1uF
5V
7.9488 MHz
5Vp-p
C728
.01uF
5V_REG
3
2
R706
U708
Q703
R707
Q701
R705
B+
3
6
63B81097C10-O
NCN6129C, NCN6138A, NCN6140A/B, NCN/PMCN6140C, NCN6141A, NCN6145A/C, NCN6146A, NTN7089C
CONTROLLER BOARD DIGITAL SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
93
SB+
5V_REG
R733
68
PWR_RST
INT_MIC
VCO_MOD
Analog Section
L711
390nH
R713
R765
100
150
FF_EN
VOX
CHACT
RX_DATA
UPCLK
R766
C709
100pF
VR715
15V
C704
100pF
VR701
5.6V
1
2
3
VR703
6.2V
R727
100K
VR709
2 6.2V
1
R737
10K
C755
100pF
C795
C757
100pF
J701_3
J701_5
J701_7
J701_9
J701_10
J701_11
J701_13
J701_14
J701_15
J701_17
J701_18
J701_19
J701_20
LH_BUSY
J701_24
J701_25
J701_26
C794
330pF
3
SB+
B+
5V_REG
5V_REG
R711
47K
J703
INT_PTT
BUTT3
BUTT2
GND1
BUTT1
5V_REG
SW3POS
B+
VOL_SENSE
SB+
CONC_SEN
RTA3
RTA1
RTA2
RTA0
INT_PTT
MON
RAT
SCAN_PROG
ASFIC_SEL
MDC_REF
TX_DATA
PL_TX
PL_RX
SQ_DET
LG_DTMF
4
U709_5
RESET
R757
100K
SB+
LOCK_DET
REF_SEL
DATA
DAC_SEL
L707
C743
100pF
VR713
5.6V
C798
100pF
VR714
5.6V
C758
100pF
C760
100pF
R710
47K
2
C796
100pF
C799
100pF
C793
100pF
C789
100pF
1
C790
100pF
C746
100pF
R763
390nH
C731
100pF
1
C742
100pF
R718
150
5
C738
100pF
4
CR702
U704
R719
150
1
2
3
470pF
470
C740
100pF
SB+
C744
100pF
X0
C733
100pF
C739
100pF
C741
100pF
12
13
X1
2
Y0
1
Y1
5
Z0
Z1
3
B+
RAW_B+
SW_B+
VCO_MOD
LOCK_DET
REFOSCSEL
DATA
DA_SEL
GND
GND
DISC
RSSI
SQ OUT
2.1 MHz
ZIF_SEL
SCK
GND
SYN_SEL
GND
GND
UNSW B+2
SYN_SEL
VR706
6.2V
C792
100pF
3
C774
ZIF_SEL
CLK
Z
C
9
R762
100K
R761
100K
RSSI
CONC_SEN
RTA3
RTA1
RTA2
RTA0
RED_LED
GRN_LED
EMERGENCY
EN
15
Y
10
B
SW3POS
EMERGENCY
C745
100pF
6
14
X
11
A
VOL_SENSE
RED_LED_DRV
GRN_LED_DRV
C759
100pF
U710
MC14053B
R760
0
Digital Section
C791
100pF
C756
100pF
5V_REG
UP_CLK
RX_DATA
CHACT
VOX
FF_EN
150
VR704
5.6V
J702
16
EXT_MIC
SCK
DATA
DISC
RSSI
SQIN
2.1_MHz
LG_DTMF
SQ_DET
PL_RX
PL_TX
TX_DATA
MDC_REF
ASFIC_SEL
VCC
390nH
GND
L712
EXPANSION BOARD CONNECTOR
J702_7
ASFIC_MIC_AUD_out
AUPA_EN
AUX_RX
RX_AUDIO
UNIV_IO
EXT_SPKR_SEL
SB+
GND
INT_SPKR
DTMF Keypad
SPKRCOM
INT_MIC
GND
DTMF Keypad
OPT_SEL1
DTMF Keypad
EXT_SPKR
DTMF Keypad
EXTMIC
DTMF Keypad
OPT_B+
DTMF Keypad
OPT_SEL2
DTMF Keypad
DTMF Keypad
RTS
LH_BUSY
CTS
TX_DATA
MODE_CNTL
DATA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
7
J701
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
2
VOL_SENSE
NC3
LH_BUSY
ground
LH_DATA
SWB+
TX_OUT
TX_IN
RX_OUT
RX_IN
INT_PTT
PWR_RST
PAENABLE
OPTENABLE
OPT_SEL1
OPT_SEL2
NC 2
NC1
TONE OUT
CONC_SEN
EMERGENCY
SW3POS
GRN LED
SB2
NC
VEE
C788
1000pF
CR701
3
Power Section
EXT_SPKR_SEL
RX_AUDIO
R758
100K
SB+
ERROR
AUPA_EN
8
INT_SPKR
SPKRCOM
EXT_SPKR
SB+
VR720
15V
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
TO
RF
BOARD
J301
P704
P301
JUMPER
FLEX
C734
100pF
R759
100K
2
6
3
63B81097C11-O
94
NCN6129C, NCN6138A, NCN6140A/B, NCN/PMCN6140C, NCN6141A, NCN6145A/C, NCN6146A,
NTN7089C AND PMCN6140C CONTROLLER BOARD TOP-LEVEL SCHEMATIC
5V_REG
5V Regulator
SB+
C725
0.1uF
U709
1
5
2
6
ERROR
GND
8
INPUT
OUTPUT
7
FEEDBACK ERROR
3
SHUTDOWN SENSE
5V_TAP
C722
10uF
C724
0.1uF
C723
0.1uF
4
SB+
Vcc Regulator
Vcc
5.0Vdc
Q702
C765
4.7uF
C763
.01uF
SB+
6.8Vdc
C761
.01uF
C762
10uF
L704
390nH
EXT_SPKR
C769
1uF
RX_AUDIO
1.1Vdc
900mVpk-pk : MAX AUDIO SETTING
250mVpk-pk : RATED AUDIO SETTING
EXT_SPKR_SEL
0Vdc EXT SPK SEL
5Vdc INT SPK SEL
C764
4700pF
VCC2
EN_AMP
EN_INT_MIC
EN_MIC
U706
AMPIN
PLIN
PLOUT
AUDIO PA
FREQCOMP
REGOUT
REG
MICAMPOUT
INT_MIC_IN
BOOTCAPC1
EXT_MIC_IN
BOOTCAPC2
EXT_INT_SPKR
INT_SPKR
BOOTCAPC3
GND1
GND2
GND3
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
NC6
NC7
NC8
AUPA_EN
2
AMP2OUT
4
AMP3OUT
L706
390nH
SPKRCOM
C771
1uF
9
11
16
C772
0.33uF
C766
100pF
RATED 5.5Vpk-pk
AUDIO OUTPUT MAX: 6.5Vpk-pk
L705
390nH
6
23
22
INT_SPKR
C773
1uF
C768
100pF
3.8Vdc UNSQ
1800mVrms, RATED AUDIO OUTPUT
1
3
12
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
20
17
15
8
10
14
13
18
19
21
24
VCC1
5
5Vdc UNSQ
0Vdc SQ
C767
100pF
7
C770
0.33uF
EXT SPK
3.8Vdc UNSQ
RATED 5.5Vpk-pk
AUDIO OUTPUT MAX: 6.5Vpk-pk
63B81097C12-O
NCN6129C, NCN6138A, NCN6140A/B, NCN/PMCN6140C, NCN6141A, NCN6145A/C, NCN6146A, NTN7089C
CONTROLLER BOARD POWER SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
95
MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS DEPT.
Jedi Dual Flash Cont.
8405940W06.E
ILLUSTRATOR
JP
EDITOR
DATE
ENGINEER
DWG. NO.
MAEPF-26098
DATE
5/28/97
DATE
PROGRAM
DISK
Illustrator
CHECKER
DATE
JWB
CORRECTED
AS
MARKED
ISS.
LETTERING SIZE:
REQUIRES:
O.K. AS IS
CHECK
ONE
( )
O.K. AS MARKED (
REVISION
RLSE.
)
RLSE.
O
MAEPF-26097-O
MAEPF-26098-O
96
NCN6147A/B, NCN6150A/B, NTN7091D, NTN7620E, PMCN6147B AND PMCN6150B
CONTROLLER BOARD’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAM
Electrical Parts List, Controllers
NCN6147A/B, NCN6150A/B, NTN7091D, NTN7620E,
PMCN6147B, PMCN6150B
REFERENCE
SYMBOL
MOTOROLA
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
2113931F17
2113743A23
2311049J11
2311049A07
2113743A19
2113932K15
2113931F49
2113932K15
2311049A01
2113931F49
2113932K15
2311049A09
2113743A23
2113930F44
2311049A07
2113743F12
2311049A07
2113743F12
2311049A07
2113931F41
2113932K15
2311049A57
2113932K15
2311049J23
2113931F17
2113930F39
2113931F17
2113741A49
2113931F49
2113930F39
2113931F17
2113932K15
2113931F17
2113932K15
2113930F36
2113930F44
2113932K15
2311049A42
2113932K15
2113931F13
2113931F17
2311049J23
2113932K15
2311049A42
--------2113931F17
2113932K15
2311049A07
2113932K15
--------2113931F17
2113930F39
2113931F17
2113931F20
2113931F13
2113743A19
2113932K15
2311049A56
2113930F51
2113931F49
2113930F39
2113931F41
2113931F17
2113930F46
2113931F17
CAPACITOR, Fixed: pF ± 5%; 50V
unless stated
470pF
0.22µF
4.7µF
1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
10nF
0.1µF
0.1µF
10nF
0.1µF
2.2µF
0.22µF
51
1µF
0.33µF
1µF
0.33µF
1µF
4700
0.1µF
10µF
0.1µF
10µF
470pF
33
470pF
15nF
10nF
33
470pF
0.1µF
470pF
0.1µF
24
51
0.1µF
3.3µF
0.1µF
330
470pF
10µF
0.1µF
3.3µF
Not Placed
470pF
0.1µF
1µF
0.1µF
Not Placed
470pF
33
470pF
620
330
0.1µF
0.1µF
4.7µF
100
10nF
33
4700
470pF
62
470pF
CR701
CR702 thru
CR704
CR705
CR706
4813825A05
4805218N57
DIODE:
Schottky
Dual
4813833C02
4805218N57
Dual
Dual
J701
0905257V04
J702
0913915A11
C700 thru C708
C709
C710
C711
C712, C713
C714, C715
C716, C717
C718
C719
C720
C721
C722
C723
C724
C725
C726
C727
C728
C729
C730
C731
C732
C733
C734
C735 thru C738
C739
C740 thru C742
C743
C744
C745
C746 thru C757
C758
C759 thru C761
C762
C763
C764
C765
C766
C767
C768
C769
C770
C771
C772
C773
C774, C775
C776
C777
C778
C779
C780 thru C786
C787
C788 thru C790
C791
C792
C793
C794
C795, C796
C797
C798
C799
C804
C808
C810
C811
---------
JACK:
Connector, 26-pin; to P701 on
Front Cover Display Flex
Connector, 25-pin (NCN/
PMCN6150A/B and NTN7620E)
Not Placed (NCN/PMCN6147B and
NTN7091D)
J703
J704
0905257V03
0905461X03
L704
L705
2462587Q40
2462587Q40
Connector, 18-pin; to P703 on
Controls Flex
Connector, 20 contacts; to P704
Strip Connector
L709
2462587Q40
COIL, RF:
270nH
270nH (NCN/PMCN6150A/B and
NTN7620E)
470Ω resistor (NCN/PMCN6147B
and NTN7091D)
IND CHIP 270nH 10%
Q701
Q703
4805128M40
4880048M01
TRANSISTOR:
TSTR BCW61BB LH 48G26
TSTR NPN DIG 47K/47K
0660076A41
R771
R773, 774
R775
R776
R802, R803
R805
R806, R807
0662057B47
0662057A41
0662057A29
--------0662057A56
0662057A41
0660076A29
RESISTOR, FIXED: Ω ± 5%;
0.0625W unless stated
4.7k
2.0k
22k
2.0k
470
47.5k
2.0k
470
2.0k
470
47k
100k
2.0k
22k
68
100k
22k
100k
150k
47k
75k 1%
82.5k 1%
22k
47k
150
10k
22k
10k
22k
10k
100k
150k
10k
100k
Not Placed
0
Not Placed
22k
100k
22k
0
10k
0
Not Placed
Not Placed (NCN/PMCN6150B and
NTN7620E)
22k (NCN/PMCN6147B and
NTN7091D)
22k (NCN/PMCN6150A/B and
NTN7620E)
Not Placed (NCN/PMCN6147B and
NTN7091D)
0
470
150
Not Placed
2.0k
470
150
U701
U702
U703
U704
U705
U708
U709
5185765B33
5105835U49
4805921T09
4805921T07
5185765B32
5105469E65
5105750U28
MODULE:
ASFIC
Audio PA
Dual Transistor
Transistor, NPN
Microcomputer 68HC11F1
5V Regulator
Mux
R700
R701
R702
R703
R704
R705
R706
R707
R708
R709
R710
R711
R712
R713
R714
R715
R716, R717
R718
R719
R720 thru R724
R725
R726
R727
R728, R729
R730, R731
R732
R736, R738
R739
R740, R741
R743
R746
R747
R749
R750
R753
R754
R755
R757
R758
R759
R760
R761
R762
R763
R768
0662057A65
0662057A56
0662057A81
0662057A56
0662057A41
0662057R92
0662057A56
0662057A41
0662057A56
0662057A41
0662057A89
0662057A97
0662057A56
0662057A81
0683962T45
0662057A97
0662057A81
0662057A97
0662057B02
0662057A89
0662057G07
0662057G08
0662057A81
0662057A89
0662057C55
0662057A73
0662057A81
0662057A73
0662057A81
0662057A73
0662057A97
0662057B02
0662057A73
0662057A97
--------0662057B47
--------0662057A81
0662057A97
0662057A81
0662057B47
0662057A73
0662057B47
----------------0662057A81
R769
0662057A81
---------
U710
U711
U712
U713
U714
U715
U716
5185765B30
5113806A20
4805718V01
5105109Z72
5185748L01
5105625U84
5105625U84
U717
---------
SLIC V
Multiplexer
Transistor, NPN
EEPROM
SRAM
256k X 8 FLASH
256k X 8 FLASH (NCN/
PMCN6150A/B and NTN7620E)
Not Placed (NCN/PMCN6147B and
NTN7091D)
Not Placed
VR701, VR702
VR703
VR706, VR709
VR712
VR713
VR714
VR715
VR717
VR720 thru
VR723
4813830A23
4813830A18
4813830A15
4813830A33
4813830A23
4813830A18
4813830A14
4813830A27
4805117Y01
DIODE, Zener:
10V
6.8V
5.6V
20V
10V
6.8V
5.1V
14V
6.2V
---------
Notes:
1. For optimum performance, order replacement diodes, transistors,
and circuit modules by Motorola part number only.
2. When ordering crystals, specify carrier frequency, crystal
frequency, crystal type number, and Motorola part number.
3. “Not Placed” means that components are for future use, and are
not placed on the circuit board at this time.
97
Vaud
C718
0.1uF
C719
0.1uF
C720
.01uF
C711
1uF
C710
4.7uF
C716
.01uF
C717
.01uF
SW_B+
C721
0.1uF
R705
47.5K
C715
0.1uF
R776
12K
R710
47K
UNIV_IO
PWR_RST
SQ_DET
CHACT
Vaud
C712
0.1uF
EXT_MIC
C743
.015uF
C742
470pF
AUX_RX
AUXTXIN
R771
0
C714
0.1uF
H1
SQDET
H2
CHACT
J2
RESET
C1
B2
H3
J3
A5
C5
B6
D6
E7
F8
ASFIC
* C779*
D2
D3
F3
G3
D4
E4
F4
D5
E5
F5
G5
E6
F6
G6
GNDD
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
GND5
GND6
GND7
GND8
GND9
GND10
GND11
GND12
GND13
SQIN
U701
C810
62pF
B1 MDC_REF
MDCREF
D1 UPCLK
UPCLK
E2
XTALOUT
PLLIM
RXLIMOUT
RXAUDOUT
UNATRXOUT
MICAMPOUT
VOXO
DACO
REFATN
PREMP
VAGOUT
VCOATN
GCB0
GCB1
GCB2
GCB3
GCB4
GCB5
GNDA
R704
470
VR706
5.6V
E1
XTALIN
TX_DATA G1
TRKCLKIN
LG_DTMF G2
DTMFCLK
F2
PGMENAB
MOSI E3
DATA
H4
NC
EXTVOLIN
J5
EXPAUDIO
H6
RXIN
AUX_RX J6
AUXRXIN
A7
EXTMICIN
C7
TXIN
D7
AUXTXIN
H7
SQIN
J7
PLIN
B8
MICIN
E8
LIMIN
G8
RSSI
2.1_MHz
TX_DATA
LG_DTM F
ASFIC_SEL
MOSI
R703
2K
CLK
PLCLK
A4 PL_RX
G4 RX_DATA
J4
H5
A6
C6
F7
G7
C8
D8
H8
B5
A3
B4
B3
A2
C4
MDC_REF
UPCL K
PL_R X
RX_DATA
C723
0.22uF
RX_AUDI O
VOX
ASFIC_MIC_AUD_out
PRE-EMP
PRE-EMP
VCO_MOD
VCO_MOD
EXT_SPKR_SEL
EXT_SPKR_SEL
B7
SCK F1
PL_TX C3
SCK
PL_TX
C796
4.7uF
VDD
R774
470
LOOPCAP
UNIVIO
TIMINGCAP
RXLIMCAP
LCAP
LOWSPCAP
DCAP
BUFFDISC
VAGCAP
BIASRES
C2
SQ_DET
CHACT
VOX
C798
.01uF
R761
10K
C709
0.22uF
DISC
C782
470pF
* C773 *
C792
330pF
C785
470pF
Vaud
C722
2.2uF
C811
62pF
R773
470
RSSI
C795
4.7uF
C808
470pF
C786
470pF
R706
2K
R707
470
INT_MIC
C704
470pF
C793
0.1uF
C713
0.1uF
R700
4.7K
63B81097C13-O
98
NCN6147A/B, NCN6150A/B, NTN7091D, NTN7620E, PMCN6147B AND PMCN6150B
CONTROLLER BOARD ANALOG SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
PL_RX
RTA1
RTA3
ZIF_SEL
DATA_LATCH
DATA_LATCH
BUSY
RED_LED
RED_LED
C769
470pF
Vdd
Vdd
R749
10K
R743
10K
Vdd
Vdd
Vdd
R727
22K
R718
100K Vdd
RXDATA
MDC_REF
Vdd
Vdd
Vdd
32k X 8 EEPROM
U714
IO0
IO1
IO2
IO3
IO4
IO5
IO6
IO7
Vdd
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
25
24
21
23
2
26
1
A(0)
A(1)
A(2)
A(3)
A(4)
A(5)
A(6)
A(7)
A(8)
A(9)
A(10)
A(11)
A(12)
A(13)
A(14)
RSSI
LBAT
VOL_SENSE
BUTT1
SW3POS
BUTT1
SW3POS
CONC_SEN
VOX
CONC_SEN
VOX
SCI_RX
SCI_TX
MISO
MOSI
SCK
DA_SEL
MISO
MOSI
SCK
DA_SEL
C748
470pF
C744
.01uF
R768
22K
R726
82.5K
C762
0.1uF
B1
B2
C3
A3
D3
A2
B3
C4
J7
G6
H6
J6
G5
H5
PE0_AN0
PE1_AN1
PE2_AN2
PE3_AN3
PE4_AN4
PE5_AN5
PE6_AN6
PE7_AN7
U705
MC68HC11F1
PD0_RXD
PD1_TXD
PD2_MISO
PD3_MOSI
PD4_SCK
PD5_SS*
PG0
PG1
PG2
PG3
PG4_CSIO2
PG5_CSIO1
PG6_CSGEN
PG7_CSPRO G
R720
47K
OVERRIDE
CSI01
CSPROG
D0_PC0
D1_PC1
D2_PC2
D3_PC3
D4_PC4
D5_PC5
D6_PC6
D7_PC7
A0_PF0
A1_PF1
A2_PF2
A3_PF3
A4_PF4
A5_PF5
A6_PF6
A7_PF7
A8_PB0
A9_PB1
A10_PB2
A11_PB3
A12_PB4
A13_PB5
A14_PB6
A15_PB7
C6
B8
C7
D5
C8
D7
D6
D8
D2
C2
C1
D1
E3
E2
E1
E4
F1
F3
F2
G1
F4
G2
H1
H2
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
8
32
30
EN_CE EN_OE
7
EN_WE
U715
A(0)
A(1)
A(2)
A(3)
A(4)
A(5)
A(6)
A(7)
A(8)
A(9)
A(10)
A(11)
A(12)
A(13)
A(14)
A(15)
R755
0
R754
0
A(0)
A(1)
A(2)
A(3)
A(4)
A(5)
A(6)
A(7)
A(8)
A(9)
A(10)
A(11)
A(12)
A(13)
A14_OUT
A15_OUT
A(16)
A(17)
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
3
2
31
1
12
4
5
11
10
6
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
24
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
VPP
21
22
23
25
26
27
28
29
32
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
21
22
23
25
26
27
28
29
9
9
C777
1uF
30 ROM2CSB
EN_OE EN_CE
7
EN_WE
U716
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
VPP
24
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
20
A(0)
19
A(1)
18
A(2)
17
A(3)
16
A(4)
15
A(5)
14
A(6)
13
A(7)
3
A(8)
2
A(9)
31
A(10)
1
A(11)
12
A(12)
4
A(13)
5 A14_OUT
11 A15_OUT
10
A(16)
6
A(17)
R763
0
R760
0
A(18)
A5
CLK_E
B7
CLK_4XE
B6
R_W*
E5
RESET
C794
0.1uF
VCC
E
C778
0.1uF
LG_DTMF
TX_DATA
PL_TX
A(18)
CR702
3
4
C765
0.1uF
C5
MODA_LIR*
B5
MODB_VSTBY
C724
24pF
11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19
R759
22K
UPCLK
RWBIN
PWR_RST
C764
24pF
7
VCC
Vdd
BUSY
PWR_RST
RSSI
VOL_SENSE
C763
24pF
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
G3
J2
H3
J3
G4
H4
J4
F5
VSS
BUTT3
BUTT2
20
EN_CS
22
EN_OE
27
EN_WE
CR705
DVP_WE/RTSBOUT
R750
100K
R769
22K
2
CNTL
R719
150K
R802
2K
U709
VDD
1
C766
3.3uF
R725
75K
C776
0.1uF
VR717
14V
C804
4700pF
A(18)
A(17)
A(16)
PA0_IC3
PA1_IC2
PA2_IC1
PA3_OC5_IC4_OC1
PA4_OC4_OC1
PA5_OC3_OC1
PA6_OC2_OC1
PA7_PA1_OC1
5
U703
GND
Vpp
R732
10K
MECH_SWB+
A7
XTAL
A6
EXTAL
E7
IRQ
E8
XIRQ
R736
22K
Vdd
J5
VDD
A4
VRH
D4
VRL
B4
VSS
VR712
20V
A(0)
A(1)
A(2)
A(3)
A(4)
A(5)
A(6)
A(7)
A(8)
A(9)
A(10)
A(11)
A(12)
A(13)
A(14)
R757
22K
C9
POR
E3
AVB
PWR_RST
H7
F6
H8
F7
G7
G8
F8
E6
VR713
10V
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
4
3
28
2
9
5
8
Vdd
LH_DATA
OPT_B+/BOOT_SEL
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
21
PK0_CTSBIN
PK1
PK2
PK3_A9
PK4_A10
PK5_XCS1B
PK6_XCS2B
PK7_XCS3B
ROM1CSB
ROM2CSB
BOOTSTRPB
BOOTRX
EE1CSB
EE2CSB
HC11RSTB
IRQB
SCNSLB
SCNEN
E8
H9
G8
F6
F7
J7
G6
K7
K5
F5
E5
J2
J4
K4
E4
E2
G2
D9
A(14)
A14_OUT
A(15)
A15_OUT
GND
C781
470pF
VR715
5.1V
H8
H4
H7
K3
B2
B3
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
256k X 8 FLASH
R739
10K
A(0)
A(1)
A(2)
A(3)
A(4)
18
19
20
22
23
24
25
26
GND
C797
100pF
PL0
PL1
PL2
PL3
PL4
PL5
PL6
PL7
A14IN
A14OUT
A15IN
A15OUT
RXDIN
RWBIN
D7
C7
C8
D8
E6
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
VCC
C790
470pF
C775
470pF
PL_RX E7
RTA1 J9
G7
RTA3 F8
ZIF_SELG9
K8
G4
J3
SLICV
U713
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
28
2K
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
U710
C3
B1
C2
D4
C1
D2
D3
D1
VCC
R701
270nH
PJ0
PJ1
PJ2_TXDOUT
PJ3_CTSBOUT
PJ4_TXDIN
PJ5
PJ6
PJ7
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
14
1K
L709
F9
VDD1
J5
VDD2
E1
VDD3
B5
VDD4
B4
DATACNTLD5
A5
CTSBOUT B6
A6
OPT_SEL2C6
OPT_SEL1A7
LOCK_DETD6
2K
27
EN_CE
1
EN_OE
6
EN_WE
256k X 8 FLASH
7
R711
100K
U717
4
GND
R723
8
R741
22K
R746
100K
2
RWBI N
KID
R712
MODECNTL
SCI_RX/TDX_OUT
Vpp
EXP_INT2/OPT_TXD
OPT_SEL2
OPT_SEL1
LOCK_DET
Vdd
E9
VSS1
H5
VSS2
F1
VSS3
C5
VSS4
R740
22K
4
Z
9
C
DVP_WE/RTSBIN J8 RTSBIN
DVP_WE/RTSBOUT J1 RTSBOUT
RXDATA B8 DECIN
CSI01 G1 CEB
MEMRWB A2 MEMRWB
R717
22K
Z1
E A4
CLK_E
UPCLK A3
CLK_4XE
C4
OEB
B9
OVERRIDE
B7
LHRSTOB
A8
LHRSTI
PH0
PH1
PH2
PH3
PH4
PH5
PH6
PH7
3
R716
22K
F3
F4
F2
H1
G3
H2
H3
K2
Vpp Vdd
VEE
Vdd
1
Y1
5
Z0
CR703
R702
22K
15
Y
10
B
R762
*
1
Vdd
C772
3.3uF
R758
100K
14
X
11
A
GN D
KID
UNIV_IO
Vdd
6
EN
13
X1
2
Y0
KEY/FAIL
*
ROM1CSB
ROM2CSB
BOOTSTRP
RTA0
CHACT
RTA2
SQ_DET
EXP_INT1
KEY_INT
INT_PTT
EMERGENCY
X0
Vdd
EE_CS
16
VCC
12
B+_CNTL
BL_CNTL
AUPA_EN
EXP_SEL1
LCD_SEL
GRN_LED
U711
UPCLK
SCI_RX
32k X 8 SRAM
MUX_CNTL
EXP_SEL2/OPT_CTBS
Vdd
A(16)K6 PM0_BNK2
A(17)G5 PM1_BNK3
A(18) J6
PM2_BNK4
A(19)H6 PM3_BNK5
UNIV_IO/DVP_WE
LH_ BUSY/KID
LH_DATA/KEY/FAIL
EXP_SEL2/OPT_CTBS
BOOTSTRP
SYN_SEL
ROSC_SEL
ASCFIC_SEL
SYN_SEL
ROSC_SEL
ASCFIC_SEL
CSGEN
63B81097C14-O
NCN6147A/B, NCN6150A/B, NTN7091D, NTN7620E, PMCN6147B AND PMCN6150B
CONTROLLER BOARD DIGITAL SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
99
Vdd
Power Section
Vd d
INT_SPKR
SPKRCOM
EXT_SPKR
R713
22K
C701
470pF
C700
470pF
PWR_RST
OPT_B+/BOOT_SEL
B+CNTL
EXT_SPKR_SEL
RX_AUDIO
SW_B+
Vdd UNSW_B+
UNSW_B+
Vdd
2.1 MHz
ground
DISC
SW_B+
ASFIC PRE-EMP out
ASFIC MIC AUD out
AUX_RX
UNIV_IO
TAMPER SWITCH
PWR_RST
KEY/FAIL
AUX_TX
KEY INSERT DATA (KID)
DVP_WE
SPI_CLK
SPI TX DATA (MOSI)
SPI RX DATA (MISO)
EXP_INT1
EXP_SEL1
EXP_INT2
EXP_SEL2
NC
RSSI
AUPA_EN
C708
470pF
J701
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
PRE-EMP
ASFIC_MIC_AUD_out
RX_AUDIO
AUX_RX
EXT_SPKR_SEL
UNIV_IO
SW_B+
GND1
BL_CNTL
INT_SPKR
RESET
SPKRCOM
INT_MIC
GND2
KEY_INT
OPT_SEL1
Vdd
EXT_SPKR
DATA_LATCH
EXTMIC
SPICLK
OPT_B+/BOOT_SEL
MOSI
OPT_SEL2
LCD_SEL
MISO
AUX_TX/DVP_WE/RTS
LH_BUSY/KID/DATA_IN
Vpp/CTS
SCI_RX/OPT_TXDATA
MODE_CNTL
LH_DATA/KEY/FAIL
PWR_RST
INT_MIC
R803
2K
AUXTXIN
VCO_MOD
Analog Section
R709
R806
R708
EXT_MIC
470
150
2K
R775
R807
VR703
6.8V
C745
33pF
C739
33pF
C702
470pF
VR721
6.2V
150
VR709
5.6V
C741
470pF
1
C799
33pF
2
VOX
CHACT
RX_DATA
UPCLK
150
VR723
6.2V
C736
470pF
C774
470pF
VR720
6.2V
C738
470pF
C740
470pF
C737
470pF
BL_CNTL
Digital
KEY_INT
OPT_SEL1
DATA_LATCH
OPT_SEL2
LCD_SEL
UNIV_IO/DVP_WE
LH_BUSY/KID
Vpp
SCI_RX/TDX_OUT
MODECNTL
LH_DATA|KEY|FAIL
Vdd
UNSW_B+
R724
47K
R721
47K
Vdd
R728
47K
R729
47K
INT_PTT
BUTT3
BUTT2
GND1
BUTT1
Vdd
SW3POS
UNSW_B+
VOL_SENSE
MECH_SWB+
CONC_SEN
RTA3
RTA1
RTA2
RTA0
RED_LED_DRV
GRN_LED_DRV
EMERGENCY
INT_PTT
BUTT3
BUTT2
BUTT1
J702
ASCFIC_SEL
MDC_REF
TX_DATA
PL_TX
PL_RX
SQ_DET
LG_DTMF
UPCLK
RXDATA
CHACT
VOX
3
MECH_SWB+
SCK
MOS I
DISC
RSSI
SQIN
2.1_MHz
LG_DTM F
SQ_DET
PL_RX
PL_TX
TX_DATA
MDC_REF
ASFIC_SEL
Section
AUPA_EN
B+_CNTL
OPT_B+|BOOT_SEL
PWR_RST
UNIV_IO
KEY|FAIL
KID
DVP_WE/RTSBOUT
MISO
EXP_INT1
EXP_SEL1
EXP_INT2/OPT_TXD
EXP_SEL2/OPT_CTBS
SW_B+
LOCK_DET
ROSC_SEL
MOSI
DA_SEL
UNSW_B+
UNSW B+1
SW_B+
VCO_MOD
LOCK_DET
ROSC_SEL
MOSI
DA_SEL
GND
GND3
DISC
RSSI
SQ OUT
2.1 MHz
ZIF_SEL
SCK
GND2
SYN_SEL
GND1
GND0
UNSW B+2
L705
SW3POS
VOL_SENSE
RSSI
CONC_SEN
RTA3
RTA1
RTA2
RTA0
RED_LED
GRN_LED
EMERGENCY
RED_LED_DRV
GRN_LED_DRV
SW_B+
C751
470pF
C747
470pF
C754
470pF
C752
470pF
C746
470pF
C757
470pF
C749
470pF
C760
470pF
C761
470pF
C759
470pF
R722
47K
C750
470pF
VR722
6.2V
R805
C755
470pF
470pF
470
SYN_SEL
C780
470pF
4
C758
0.1uF
C791
ZIF_SEL
SCK
C756
470pF
C753
470pF
R730
150
2
1
3
C784
470pF
C787
33pF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
TO
RF
BOARD
J301
P704
C789
470pF
C788
470pF
P301
JUMPER
FLEX
5
U704
R731
150
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
EXPANSION BOARD CONNECTOR
C706
470pF
SW_B+
C783
470pF
6
63B81097C15-O
NCN6147A/B, NCN6150A/B, NTN7091D, NTN7620E, PMCN6147B AND PMCN6150B
100 CONTROLLER BOARD TOP-LEVEL SCHEMATIC
SW_B+
MECH_SWB+
Vdd
Main Power Switch
Vdd Regulator
R738
*
R753
22K
L704
270nH
*
8
7
C767
0.1uF
UNSW_B+
3
INPUT
U708
OUTPUT
FEEDBACK
ERROR
SHUTDOWN
SENSE
5V_TAP
5
1
8
3
7
2
6
PWR_RST
2
6
C768
330pF
GND
U712
1
C770
10uF
VR714
6.8V
C771
0.1uF
4
5
4
R747
150K
Q703
CR704
3
1
47K
CR706
B+CNTL
47K
2
Vaud Regulator
SW_B+
Vaud
CR701
R714
68
OPT_B+|BOOT_SEL
Q701
C734
10uF
C733
0.1uF
SW_B+
C735
470pF
C731
0.1uF
C732
10uF
EXT_SPKR
VR702
10V
C727
1uF
C703
470pF
VCC2
SPKRCOM
A5
C725
1uF
NC8
NC7
D6
E6
F2
VR701
10V
C728
0.33uF
C705
470pF
NC
NC
B6
B1
INT_SPKR
C2
C729
1uF
C707
470pF
E3
E4
D3
D4
C3
NC6
BOOTCAPC3
NC5
BOOTCAPC2
INT_SPKR
NC4
BOOTCAPC1
EXT_INT_SPKR
NC3
C730
4700pF
EXT_MIC_IN
NC2
B2
MICAMPOUT
INT_MIC_IN
NC1
C1
EXT_SPKR_SEL
REGOUT
AUDIO PA
REG
C4
D2
PLOUT
U702
FREQCOMP
GND3
E1
PLIN
B3
F5
A3
EN_MIC
AMPIN
GND2
F4
AMP3OUT
B4
D5
GND1
C6
RX_AUDIO
AMP2OUT
EN_INT_MIC
E5
F3
EN_AMP
A4
E2
A2
D1
AUPA_EN
VCC1
B5
C5
C726
0.33uF
63B81097C16-O
NCN6147A/B, NCN6150A/B, NTN7091D, NTN7620E, PMCN6147B AND PMCN6150B
CONTROLLER BOARD POWER SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
101
MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS DEPT.
Jedi Controller 5273X05_E
Kits: NTN7512D, 13D
NTN7857D, 58D
ILLUSTRATOR
JP
EDITOR
DATE
ENGINEER
DWG. NO.
MAEPF-25672
DATE
6/12/96
DATE
JWB
LETTERING SIZE:
REQUIRES:
PROGRAM
CHECKER
DATE
CHECK
ONE
ISS.
A
MAEPF-25672-A
NTN7512D/E, NTN7513E, NTN7857D/E AND NTN7858D/E
CONTROLLER BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LOCATION DIAGRAMS
(
)
O.K. AS MARKED (
)
O.K. AS IS
CORRECTED
AS
MARKED
MAEPF-25671-O
102
DISK
Illustrator
REVISION
RLSE.
RLSE.
Electrical Parts List, Controllers
NTN7512D/E Front Display VHF, UHF and 800MHz Radios
NTN7513E Front Display 900MHz Hear Clear Radios
NTN7857D/E Top/No Display VHF, UHF and 800MHz Radios
NTN7858D/E Top/No Display 900MHz Hear Clear Radios
REFERENCE
SYMBOL
MOTOROLA
PART NO.
C601 thru 621
C700 thru 708
C709
C710
C711
C712, 713
C714, 715
C716, 717
C718
C719
C720
C721
C722
C723
C724
C725
C726
C727
C728
C729
C730
C731
C732
C733
C734
C735 thru 738
C739
C740 thru 742
C743
C744
C745
C746 thru 757
C758
C759 thru 761
C762
C763, 764
C765
C766
C767
C768
C769 thru 771
C770
C771
C772
C773
C774, 775
C776, 778
C779
C780 thru 786
C787
C788 thru 791
C792
C793
C797
C798
C799
C804
C808
C809
--------2113741F17
2113743A23
2311049J11
2311049A07
2113743A19
2113743K15
2113741F49
2113743K15
2311049A01
2113741F49
2113743K15
2311049A09
2113743A23
2113740F36
2311049A07
2113743F12
2311049A07
2113743F12
2311049A07
2113741F41
2113743K15
2311049A57
2113743K15
2311049J23
2113741F17
2113740F39
2113741F17
2113741A49
2113741F49
2113740F39
2113741F17
2113743K15
2113741F17
2113743K15
2113740F36
2113743K15
2311049A42
2113743K15
2113741F49
2113741F17
2311049J23
2113743K15
2311049A42
2113743A19
2113741F17
2113743K15
--------2113741F17
2113740F39
2113741F17
2113741F13
2113743A19
2113740F51
2113741F49
2113740F39
2113741F41
2113741F17
2113740F51
CR701
CR702 thru 704
CR706
4813825A05
4805218N57
4805218N57
DIODE: See Note 1
Schottky
Dual
Dual
0905257V04
J703
0905257V03
J704
0905461X03
L701
L702 thru 705
2462587Q20
2462587Q40
R601 thru 608
R700
R701
R702
R703
R704
R705
R706
R707
R708
R709
R710
R711
R712
R713
R714
R716, 17
R718
R719
R720 thru 722
R723
R724
R725
R726
R727
R728, 729
R730, 731
R732
R736, 738
R739
R740, 741
R743
R746
R747
R749
R750
R751
R752
R753
R754
R757
R758
R759
R760
R761
R762, 802, 803
R805
--------0662057A65
0662057A56
0662057A81
0662057A56
0662057A41
0662057R92
0662057A56
0662057A41
0662057A56
0662057A41
0662057A89
0662057A97
0662057A56
0662057A81
0683962T45
0662057A81
0662057A97
0662057B02
0662057A89
0662057A49
0662057A89
0662057G07
0662057G08
0662057A81
0662057A89
0662057C55
0662057A73
0662057A81
0662057A73
0662057A81
0662057A73
0662057A97
0662057B02
0662057A89
0662057A97
0662057C01
0662057A97
--------0662057A97
0662057A81
0662057A97
0662057A56
0662057A29
0662057A73
0662057A56
0662057A41
RESISTOR, Fixed: Ω ± 0.0625W
unless stated
Not Placed
4.7K
2K
22K
2K
470
47.5K
2K
470
2K
470
47K
100K
2K
22K
68
22K
100K
150K
47K
1000
47K
75K
82.5K
22K
47K
150
10K
22K
10K
22K
10K
100K
150K
47K
100K
0 +.050
100K
Not Placed
100K
22K
100K
2K
150
10K
2K
470
U601
---------
Q701
Q703
DESCRIPTION
CAPACITOR, Fixed: pF ± 50V
unless stated
Not Placed
470
0.220µF
4.7µF; 16V
1µF; 16V
0.1µF
0.1µF
10nF
0.1µF
0.1µF
10nF
0.1µF
2.2µF
0.22µF
24
1µF
0.33µF
1µF; 16V
0.33µF
1µF; 16
4700
0.1µF
10µF; 16V
0.1µF
10µF
470
33
470
15nF
10nF
33
470
0.1µF
470
0.1µF
24
0.1µF
3.3µF
0.1µF
10nF
470
10µF
0.1µF
3.3µF
0.1µF
470
0.1µF
Not Placed
470
33
470
330
0.1µF
100
10nF
33
4700
470
100
J701
4805128M40
4880048M01
TRANSISTOR: See Note 1
PNP
NPN
JACK:
Connector; 26-pin; to P7031 on
Front Cover Display Flex
Connector; 18-pin; to P703 on
Controls Flex
Connector; 18-pin; to P704 Strip
Connector
COIL, RF:
2.2uH
270nH
U701
U702
U703
U704
U705
U708
U709
U710
U712
U713
U714
U715
5105835U45
5105835U49
4805921T09
4805921T07
5105835U47
5105469E65
5105750U28
5105835U80
4805718V01
5105109Z72
5185963A21
5195229A01
U716
---------
MODULES: See Note 1
Not Placed on NTN7512D/E and
NTN7857D/E
NTN7513D/E and NTN7858D/E
(900MHz Boards)
Audio Signaling Filter
Audio PA
Dual Transistor
Transistor, NPN
Microcomputer
5V Regulator
Mux
SLIC IV
Transistor Package
EEPROM
SRAM
256 x 8 Masked ROM (for all
keypad radios)
256 x 8 Masked ROM (for no
display and top display radios)
Not Placed
VR701, 702
VR703
VR706, 709
VR712
VR713
VR714
VR715
VR720 thru 723
4813830A23
4813830A18
4813830A15
4813830A33
4813830A23
4813830A18
4813830A14
4805117Y01
DIODE, Zener: See Note 1
10V
6.8V
5.6V
20V
10V
6.8V
5.1V
Dual, 6.2V
5105835U50
5195229A01
Notes:
1. For optimum performance, order replacement diodes, transistors,
and circuit modules by Motorola part number only.
2. “Not Placed” means that components are for future use, and are
not placed on the circuit board at this time.
103
HI_CLMP_EN
COMP_EN
LC_DIS
HCI_DIS
FF_EN
ASFIC_MIC_AUD_out
C619
.01uF
Vaud
C718
0.1uF
C720
.01uF
C719
0.1uF
R604
1K
R605
100K
LODSAB
EXPBYP
COMPCAP
Hear
VAG
Clear FFCNTL
CFBBYP
CLIPREF
NOISHLD
COMPBYP
HCIDSAB
EXPADJ
C605
0.1uF
C6
F4
A2
F2
F3
C608
0.1uF
R606
47.5K
A5
C3
E1
A4
D4
E2
C5
D5
D2
B6
B2
C616
0.1uF
C611
3.3uF
C714
0.1uF
SQIN
R608
22K
C614
.01uF
R607
100K
E1
TX_DATA G1
LG_DTMF G2
F2
MOSI E3
H4
NC
J5
RX_IN H6
J6
A7
C7
D7
H7
J7
B8
E8
G8
C779
C606
C610
0.33uF 0.1uF
R761
10K
VDD
XTALIN
TRKCLKIN
DTMFCLK
PGMENAB
DATA
EXTVOLIN
EXPAUDIO
RXIN
AUXRXIN
EXTMICIN
TXIN
AUXTXIN
SQIN
PLIN
MICIN
LIMIN
RSSI
U701
ASFIC
PLLIM
RXLIMOUT
RXAUDOUT
UNATRXOUT
MICAMPOUT
VOXO
DACO
REFATN
PREMP
VAGOUT
VCOATN
GCB0
GCB1
GCB2
GCB3
GCB4
GCB5
C609
C612
0.33uF 3.3uF
MDC_REF
UPCLK
A4 PL_RX
G4 RX_DATA
J4
H5
A6
C6
VOX
F7
G7
C8
PRE-EMP
D8
H8
VCO_MOD
B5
FF_EN
A3
HCI_DIS
B4
EXT_SPKR_SEL
B3
LC_DI S
A2
COMP_EN
C4
HI_CLMP_EN
PL_RX
RX_DATA
C723
0.22uF
RX_AUDIO
VCO_MOD
EXT_SPKR_SEL
VOX
C798
.01uF
A3
NC
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
U601
UNIV_IO
PWR_RST
SQ_DET
CHACT
B1 MDC_REF
MDCREF
D1 UPCLK
UPCLK
E2
XTALOUT
GNDA
B1
B4
E5
D6
E6
R601
100K
NFILOUT
FFOUT
EXPOUT
CBUFOU
COMPOUT
2.1_MHz
TX_DATA
LG_DTMF
ASFIC_SEL
MOSI
CLK
PLCLK
D2
D3
D4
D5
E4
E5
E6
F3
F4
F5
F6
G3
G5
G6
C607
0.22uF
C721
0.1uF
B7
B3
C1
EXPIN
D3
CBUFIN
F5
RSSIIN
E4
FFIN
B5
NFILIN
VCC
ICENAB
D1
CPNENAB
E3
FFENAB
C2
HIENAB
GND
C4
SCK F1
PL_TX C3
SCK
PL_TX
GNDD
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
GND5
GND6
GND7
GND8
GND9
GND10
GND11
GND12
GND13
C621
1uF
C602
3300pF
C717
.01uF
SQ_DET
CHACT
C2
SW_B +
C604
3300pF
C710
4.7uF
H1
SQDET
H2
CHACT
J2
RESET
R602
1.5K
C716
.01uF
R710
47K
C1
B2
H3
J3
A5
C5
B6
D6
E7
F8
C603
3300pF
LOOPCAP
UNIVIO
TIMINGCAP
RXLIMCAP
LCAP
LOWSPCAP
DCAP
BUFFDISC
VAGCAP
BIASRES
R603
10K
C711
1uF
R705
47.5K
C715
0.1uF
C782
470pF
C722
2.2uF
C773
0.1uF
C615
470pF
C709
0.22uF
DISC
C601
0.1uF
RSSI
C618
0.1uF
C785
470pF
C792
330pF
C808
470pF
C613
470pF
Vaud
Vaud
C712
0.1uF
R703
2K
C713
0.1uF
R706
2K
R704
470
R707
470
EXT_MIC
C793
0.1uF
INT_MIC
VR706
5.6V
C743
.015uF
C786
470pF
C742
470pF
C620
.022uF
C704
470pF
C617
.022uF
R700
4.7K
63B81097C17-O
104
NTN7512D/E, NTN7513E, NTN7857D/E AND NTN7858D/E
CONTROLLER BOARD ANALOG SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
SCI_RX
EE_CS
R751
UV_CS
UV2_CS
BOOTSTRP
1
2
2K
PL_RX
RTA1
RTA3
ZIF_SEL
DATA_LATCH
R759
DATA_LATCH
BUSY
RED_LED
2K
RED_LED
C775
470pF
C790
470pF
C797
100pF
R739
10K
C781
470pF
VR715
5.1V
PL_RXE7
RTA1J9
G7
RTA3 F8
ZIF_SEL G9
K8
G4
J3
C769
470pF
Vdd
PL0
PL1
PL2
PL3
PL4
PL5
PL6
PL7
Vdd
R743
10K
R749
47K
7
VCC
A(0)
A(1)
A(2)
A(3)
A(4)
H8
H4
H7
K3
B2
B3
A(14)
A14_OUT
A(15)
A15_OUT
3
4
5
6
7
R757
22K
C9
POR
E3
AVB
C776
0.1uF
C804
4700pF
R802
2K
20
EN_CS
22
EN_OE
27
EN_WE
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19
5
U703
U709
TC4S66F
VDD
1
R750
100K
UPCLK
3
E
PWR_RST
RSSI
VOL_SENSE
C5
MODA_LIR*
B5
MODB_VSTBY
R720
47K
CONC_SEN
VOX
MISO
MOSI
SCK
DA_SEL
C764
24pF
C724
24pF
CONC_SEN
VOX
B1
B2
C3
A3
D3
A2
B3
C4
SCI_RX
SCI_TX
MISO
MOSI
SCK
DA_SEL
J7
G6
H6
J6
G5
H5
RSSI
LBAT
VOL_SENSE
BUTT1
SW3POS
BUTT1
SW3POS
C763
24pF
A5
CLK_E
B7
CLK_4XE
B6
R_W*
E5
RESET
C809
100pF
C748
470pF
C744
.01uF
R752
100K
R726
82.5K
C762
0.1uF
PE0_AN0
PE1_AN1
PE2_AN2
PE3_AN3
PE4_AN4
PE5_AN5
PE6_AN6
PE7_AN7
U705
MC68HC11F1
PD0_RXD
PD1_TXD
PD2_MISO
PD3_MOSI
PD4_SCK
PD5_SS*
PG0
PG1
PG2
PG3
PG4_CSIO2
PG5_CSIO1
PG6_CSGEN
PG7_CSPROG
BUTT3
BUTT2
OVERRIDE
GND
LG_DTMF
TX_DATA
PL_TX
BUSY
RWBIN
PWR_RST
R719
150K
RXDATA
MDC_REF
Vdd
Vdd
CR702
CNTL
C765
0.1uF
C766
3.3uF
R725
75K
R754
100K
2
VSS
4
R718
100K Vdd
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
25
24
21
23
2
26
1
A(0)
A(1)
A(2)
A(3)
A(4)
A(5)
A(6)
A(7)
A(8)
A(9)
A(10)
A(11)
A(12)
A(13)
A(14)
14
R727
22K
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
Vdd
G3
J2
H3
J3
G4
H4
J4
F5
R736
22K
U714
IO0
IO1
IO2
IO3
IO4
IO5
IO6
IO7
A(18)
A(17)
A(16)
R732
10K
MECH_SWB+
PA0_IC3
PA1_IC2
PA2_IC1
PA3_OC5_IC4_OC1
PA4_OC4_OC1
PA5_OC3_OC1
PA6_OC2_OC1
PA7_PA1_OC1
Vdd
A(0)
A(1)
A(2)
A(3)
A(4)
A(5)
A(6)
A(7)
A(8)
A(9)
A(10)
A(11)
A(12)
A(13)
A(14)
CSI01
CSPROG
D0_PC0
D1_PC1
D2_PC2
D3_PC3
D4_PC4
D5_PC5
D6_PC6
D7_PC7
A0_PF0
A1_PF1
A2_PF2
A3_PF3
A4_PF4
A5_PF5
A6_PF6
A7_PF7
A8_PB0
A9_PB1
A10_PB2
A11_PB3
A12_PB4
A13_PB5
A14_PB6
A15_PB7
C6
B8
C7
D5
C8
D7
D6
D8
D2
C2
C1
D1
E3
E2
E1
E4
F1
F3
F2
G1
F4
G2
H1
H2
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Vdd
Vdd1
C778
0.1uF
U715
BYTEB
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
A(0)
A(1)
A(2)
A(3)
A(4)
A(5)
A(6)
A(7)
A(8)
A(9)
A(10)
A(11)
A(12)
A(13)
A(14)
A(15)
D15|A-1
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
24
CEB
A10
OEB
A11
A12
NC|A17
A13
A14
VSS2
A15
VSS3
A16
Vss
NC
VSS5
VSS1
VSS4
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
A(0)
A(1)
A(2)
A(3)
A(4)
A(5)
A(6)
A(7)
A(8)
A(9)
A(10)
A(11)
A(12)
A(13)
A14_OUT
A15_OUT
A(16)
A(17)
A(18)
Vdd
Vdd
A7
XTAL
A6
EXTAL
E7
IRQ
E8
XIRQ
Vdd
J5
VDD
A4
VRH
D4
VRL
B4
VSS
VR712
20V
H7
F6
H8
F7
G7
G8
F8
E6
VR713
10V
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
4
3
28
2
9
5
8
Vdd
PWR_RST
OPT_B+/BOOT_SEL
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
32k X 8 EEPROM
ROM1CSB
ROM2CSB
BOOTSTRPB
BOOTRX
EE1CSB
EE2CSB
HC11RSTB
IRQB
SCNSLB
SCNEN
K5
F5
E5
J2
J4
K4
E4
E2
G2
D9
E8
H9
G8
F6
F7
J7
G6
K7
PK0_CTSBIN
PK1
PK2
PK3_A9
PK4_A10
PK5_XCS1B
PK6_XCS2B
PK7_XCS3B
A14IN
A14OUT
A15IN
A15OUT
RXDIN
RWBIN
D7
C7
C8
D8
E6
18
19
20
22
23
24
25
26
GND
R701
0
1
2
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
21
OPT_SEL2
OPT_SEL1
LOCK_DET
U710
SLICV
U713
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
28
1K
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
C3
B1
C2
D4
C1
D2
D3
D1
VCC
R723
PJ0
PJ1
PJ2_TXDOUT
PJ3_CTSBOUT
PJ4_TXDIN
PJ5
PJ6
PJ7
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
32k X 8 SRAM
SCI_RX/TDX_OUT
Vpp
B4
DATACNTLD5
A5
CTSBOUT B6
A6
OPT_SEL2C6
OPT_SEL1 A7
LOCK_DETD6
2K
27
EN_CE
1
EN_OE
6
EN_WE
RWBIN
R712
MODECNTL
DVP_WE/RTSBIN J8 RTSBIN
J1
RTSBOUT
RXDATA B8 DECIN
G1
CSI01
CEB
MEMRWB A2 MEMRWB
R740
22K
A(16) K6
PM0_BNK2
A(17) G5
PM1_BNK3
A(18) J6
PM2_BNK4
A(19) H6 PM3_BNK5
R717
22K
KEY_INT
INT_PTT
EMERGENCY
R711
100K
PH0
PH1
PH2
PH3
PH4
PH5
PH6
PH7
Vdd
R741
22K
F9
VDD1
J5
VDD2
E1
VDD3
B5
VDD4
E A4
CLK_E
UPCLK A3
CLK_4XE
C4
OEB
B9
OVERRIDE
B7
LHRSTOB
A8
LHRSTI
F3
F4
F2
H1
G3
H2
H3
K2
Vdd
R716
22K
RTA0
CHACT
RTA2
SQ_DET
CR703
R702
22K
4
Vdd
C772
3.3uF
R758
100K
E9
VSS1
H5
VSS2
F1
VSS3
C5
VSS4
Vdd
Vdd
U716
256k X 8 MASK ROM
R746
100K
Vdd
LCD_SEL
GRN_LED
UPCLK
B+_CNTL
BL_CNTL
AUPA_EN
MUX_CNTL
BOOTSTRP
SYN_SEL
ROSC_SEL
ASCFIC_SEL
SYN_SEL
ROSC_SEL
ASCFIC_SEL
CSGEN
63B81097C18-O
NTN7512D/E, NTN7513E, NTN7857D/E AND NTN7858D/E
CONTROLLER BOARD DIGITAL SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
105
Vdd
C706
470pF
SW_B +
Power Section
PWR_RST
Vdd
INT_SPKR
SPKRCOM
EXT_SPKR
R713
22K
C701
470pF
C700
470pF
OPT_B+/BOOT_SEL
B+CNTL
EXT_SPKR_SEL
RX_AUDIO
AUPA_EN
C708
470pF
J701
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
SW_B+
GND1
BL_CNTL
INT_SPKR
RESET
SPKRCOM
INT_MIC
GND2
KEY_INT
OPT_SEL1
Vdd
EXT_SPKR
DATA_LATCH
EXTMIC
SPICLK
OPT_B+/BOOT_SEL
MOSI
OPT_SEL2
LCD_SEL
MISO
AUX_TX
BUSY
Vpp/CTS
SCI_RX/OPT_TXDATA
MODE_CNTL
LH_DATA
RX_AUDIO
EXT_SPKR_SEL
PWR_RST
INT_MIC
R803
2K
VCO_MOD
Analog Section
UNIV_IO
L701
2.2uH
L702
R708
270nH
2K
R709
EXT_MIC
470
R762
VR703
6.8V
C745
33pF
C702
470pF
C739
33pF
VR721
1 6.2V
2
L703
270nH
R760
150
VR709
5.6V
C741
470pF
2
C738
470pF
C799
33pF
C736
470pF
C740
470pF
3
UPCLK
RXDATA
CHACT
VOX
C737
470pF
3
BL_CNTL
KEY_INT
OPT_SEL1
DATA_LATCH
OPT_SEL2
LCD_SEL
Vdd
R721
47K
MECH_SWB+ UNSW_B+ Vdd
ASCFIC_SEL
MDC_REF
TX_DATA
PL_TX
PL_RX
SQ_DET
LG_DTMF
C774
470pF
VR720
6.2V
VR723
1 6.2V
VOX
CHACT
RX_DATA
UPCLK
2K
R724
47K
R728
47K
INT_PTT
BUTT3
BUTT2
GND1
BUTT1
Vdd
SW3POS
UNSW_B
VOL_SENSE
MECH_SWB+
CONC_SEN
RTA3
RTA1
RTA2
RTA0
RED_LED_DRV
GRN_LED_DRV
EMERGENCY
SCK
MOSI
DISC
RSSI
SQIN
2.1_MHz
LG_DTMF
SQ_DET
PL_RX
PL_TX
TX_DATA
MDC_REF
ASFIC_SEL
Digital Section
LH_BUSY/KID
Vpp
SCI_RX/TDX_OUT
MODECNTL
LH_DATA
R729
47K
INT_PTT
BUTT3
BUTT2
AUPA_EN
B+_CNTL
OPT_B+|BOOT_SEL
PWR_RST
MISO
SW_B+ UNSW_B +
LOCK_DET
ROSC_SEL
MOSI
DA_SEL
BUTT1
UNSW B+1
SW_B +
VCO_MOD
LOCK_DET
ROSC_SEL
MOSI
DA_SEL
GND
GND3
DISC
RSSI
SQ OUT
2.1 MHz
ZIF_SEL
SCK
GND2
SYN_SEL
GND1
GND0
UNSW B+2
L705
SW3POS
VOL_SENSE
RSSI
CONC_SEN
RTA3
RTA1
RTA2
RTA0
RED_LED
GRN_LED
EMERGENCY
RED_LED_DRV
GRN_LED_DRV
SW_B +
C751
470pF
C747
470pF
C754
470pF
C757
470pF
C760
470pF
C759
470pF
C753
470pF
R722
47K
C746
470pF
C749
470pF
C761
470pF
C750
470pF
VR722
6.2V
C758
0.1uF
R805
C755
470pF
470pF
470
SYN_SEL
C780
470pF
C756
470pF
4
C752
470pF
C791
ZIF_SEL
SCK
R730
150
2
1
C787
33pF
C784
470pF
5
C789
470pF
R731
150
C788
470pF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
TO
RF
BOARD
J301
P704
P301
JUMPER
FLEX
C783
470pF
U704
3
6
63B81097C19-O
106
NTN7512D/E, NTN7513E, NTN7857D/E AND NTN7858D/E
CONTROLLER BOARD TOP-LEVEL SCHEMATIC
MECH_SWB+
SW_B +
Vdd
Main Power Switch
Vdd Regulator
R738
22K
L704
270nH
8
INPUT
OUTPUT
7
FEEDBACK ERRO R
3
SHUTDOWN SENSE
5V_TAP
C767
0.1uF
UNSW_B+
U712
1
3
2
1
5
2
6
PWR_RST
C768
330pF
C770
10uF
C771
0.1uF
VR714
6.8V
4
8
7
6
5
4
R747
150K
U708
GND
* R753 *
Q703
3
CR704
1
47K
B+CNTL
CR706
47K
2
Vaud Regulator
SW_B +
R714
68
OPT_B+|BOOT_SEL
CR701
Vaud
Q701
C734
10uF
C733
0.1uF
SW_B +
C735
470pF
C731
0.1uF
C732
10uF
EXT_SPKR
VR702
10V
C727
1uF
C703
470pF
EXT_SPKR_SEL
C730
4700pF
C5
VCC2
GND1
GND2
GND3
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
NC6
NC7
NC8
RX_AUDIO
AMP2OUT
EN_AMP
AMP3OUT
EN_INT_MI C
EN_MIC
U702
AMPIN
AUDIO PA
PLIN
PLOUT
FREQCOMP
REGOUT
MICAMPOUT
REG
INT_MIC_IN
BOOTCAPC1
EXT_MIC_IN
EXT_INT_SPKR
BOOTCAPC2
INT_SPKR
BOOTCAPC3
A3
A5
C725
1uF
D6 NC
E6
F2 NC
B6
B1
C2
VR701
10V
SPKRCOM
C728
0.33uF
C705
470pF
INT_SPKR
C729
1uF
C707
470pF
A2
A4
E5
B4
B3
C4
C3
D4
D3
E4
E3
D1
E2
F3
C6
D5
F4
F5
E1
D2
C1
B2
AUPA_EN
VCC1
B5
C726
0.33uF
63B81097C20-O
NTN7512D/E, NTN7513E, NTN7857D/E AND NTN7858D/E
CONTROLLER BOARD POWER SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
107
MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS DEPT.
JEDI 1-MEG CONTROLLER
8405774W33.C
ILLUSTRATOR
JP
EDITOR
DATE
ENGINEER
DATE
5/27/97
DATE
DWG. NO.
MAEPF-26096
PROGRAM
DISK
Illustrator
CHECKER
JWB
LETTERING SIZE:
REQUIRES:
DATE
O.K. AS IS
CORRECTED
AS
MARKED
ISS.
O.K. AS MARKED (
REVISION
O
MAEPF-26095-O
MAEPF-26096-O
108
CHECK
ONE
( )
NCN6106C, NCN/PMCN6153A/B, AND NCN/PMCN6176A
CONTROLLER BOARDS’ PARTS LIST AND COMPONENT LAYOUT DIAGRAMS
RLSE.
)
RLSE.
Electrical Parts List, Controllers
NCN6106C, NCN/PMCN6153A/B, NCN/PMCN6176A
REFERENCE
SYMBOL
MOTOROLA
PART NO.
3Pack.xls
(Sheet 23)
C700 thru 708
C709
C710
C711
C712, 713
C714, 715
C716, 717
C718
C719
C720
C721
C722
C723
C724
2113931F17
2113743A23
2311049J11
2311049A07
2113743A19
2113932K15
2113741A45
2113932K15
2311049A01
2113931F49
2113932K15
2311049A09
2113743A23
2113930F36
C725
C726
C727
C728
C729
C730
C731
C732
C733
C734
C735 thru
C739
C740 thru
C743
C744
C745
C746 thru
C758
C759 thru
C762
C763
C764
2113930F44
2311049A07
2113743F12
2311049A07
2113743F12
2311049A07
2113931F41
2113932K15
2311049A57
2113932K15
2311049J23
2113931F17
2113930F39
2113931F17
2113741A49
2113931F49
2113930F39
2113931F17
2113932K15
2113931F17
2113932K15
2113930F36
2113930F36
DESCRIPTION
C765
C766
C767
C768
C769
C770
C771
C772
C773
2113930F44
2113932K15
2311049A42
2113932K15
2113931F13
2113931F17
2311049J23
2113932K15
2311049A42
2113743A19
C774, 775
C776
C777
C778
C779
C780 thru 786
C787
C788 thru 790
C791
--------2113931F17
2113932K15
2311049A07
2113932K15
--------2113931F17
2113930F39
2113931F17
2113931F17
C792
C793
C795
C797
C798
C804
C808
2113931F20
2113931F13
2113743A19
2113930F39
2113930F51
2113931F49
2113931F41
2113931F17
CAPACITOR, Fixed: pF ± 5%; 50V
unless stated
470
0.22µF
4.7µF
1µF
0.1µF
0.1µF
10nF
0.1µF
0.1µF
10nF
0.1µF
2.2µF
0.22µF
24 (NCN6106C, NCN/
PMCN6153A/B)
51 (NCN/PMCN6176A)
1µF
0.33µF
1µF
0.33µF
1µF
4700
0.1µF
10µF
0.1µF
10µF
470
33
470
15nF
10nF
33
470
0.1µF
470
0.1µF
24
24 (NCN6106C, NCN/
PMCN6153A/B)
51 (NCN/PMCN6176A)
0.1µF
3.3µF
0.1µF
330
470
10µF
0.1µF
3.3µF
0.1µF (NCN6106C, NCN/
PMCN6153A/B)
Not Placed (NCN/PMCN6176A)
470
0.1µF
1µF
0.1µF
Not Placed
470
33
470
470 (NCN6106C, NCN/
PMCN61563A/B)
620 (NCN/PMCN6176A)
330
0.1µF
33
100
10nF
4700
470
CR701
CR702 thru 704
CR705
CR706
4813825A05
4805218N57
4813833C02
4805218N57
DIODE:
Schottky
Dual
Dual
Dual
J701
0905257V04
J702
0913915A11
738
742
757
761
JACK:
Connector, 26-pin; to P701 on
Front Cover Display Flex
Connector, 25-pin
Connector, 18-pin; to P703 on
Controls Flex
Connector, 20-pin; to P704 Strip
Connector
U713
U714
U715
U716
5105109Z72
5185748L01
5105625U22
5105279V65
32k X 8 EEPROM
32k X 8 SRAM
1 Meg X 8 FLASH
AND Gate
0662057C55
2462587Q40
--------2462587Q40
COIL, RF:
270 nH (NCN6106C, NCN/
PMCN6153A/B)
0 Ω Resistor (NCN/PMCN6176A)
270 nH (NCN6106C, NCN/
PMCN6153A/B)
150 Ω Resistor (NCN/PMCN6176A)
270 nH (NCN6106C, NCN/
PMCN6153A/B)
150 Ω resistor (NCN/PMCN6176A)
270 nH
Not Placed
270 nH
VR701, 702
VR703
VR706
VR709
VR712
VR713
VR714
VR715
VR717
VR720 thru 723
4813830A23
4813830A18
4813830A15
4813830A15
4813830A33
4813830A23
4813830A18
4813830A14
4813830A27
4805117Y01
DIODE, Zener:
10V
6.8V
5.6V
5.6V
20V
10V
6.8V
5.1V
14V
6.2V
4805128M40
4880048M01
TRANSISTOR:
PNP
NPN
J703
J704
0905257V03
0905461X03
L701
2462587Q40
L702
0662057C01
2462587Q40
L703
0662057C55
2462587Q40
L704, 705
L707
L709
Q701
Q703
R700
R701
R702
R703
R704
R705
R706
R707
R708, 709
R710
R711
R712
R713
R714
R715
R716, 717
R718
R719
R720 thru 722
R723
R724
R725
R726
R727
R728, 729
R730, 731
R732
R736
R738
R739
R740, 741
R743
R746
R747
R749
R750
R753, 754
R757
R758
R759
R761
R762
R775
0662057A65
0662057A56
0662057A81
0662057A56
0662057A41
0662057R92
0662057A56
0662057A41
0662057A56
0662057A89
0662057A97
0662057A56
0662057A81
0683962T45
0662057A97
0662057A81
0662057A97
0662057B02
0662057A89
0662057A49
0662057A89
0662057G07
0662057G08
0662057A81
0662057A89
0662057C55
0662057A73
0662057A81
0662057A81
0662057A73
0662057A81
0662057A73
0662057A97
0662057B02
0662057A73
0662057A97
--------0662057A81
0662057A97
0662057A81
0662057A73
0662057B47
0662057A56
R776
R802, 803
R805
0662057A29
0662057A75
0662057A56
0660076A41
RESISTOR, Fixed: Ω ± 0.0625W
unless stated
4.7k
2k
22k
2k
470
47.5k
2k
470
2k
47k
100k
2k
22k
68
100k
22k
100k
150k
47k
1k
47k
75k
82.5k
22k
47k
150
10k
22k
22k
10k
22k
10k
100k
150k
10k
100k
Not Placed
22k
100k
22k
10k
0
2k (NCN6106C, NCN/
PMCN6153A/B)
150 (NCN/PMCN6176A)
12k
2k
470
U701
U702
U703
U704
U705
U708
U709
U710
U711
U712
5185765B33
5105835U49
4805921T09
4805921T07
5185765B32
5105469E65
5105750U28
5185765B30
5113806A20
4805718V01
INTEGRATED CIRCUIT MODULE:
Audio Signalling Filter
Audio PA
Dual Transistor
Transistor, NPN
Microcomputer
5V Regulator
Mux
SLIC V
Multiplexer
Transistor Package
HearClear Components Not Placed on NCN6176A
C601
C602 thru 604
C605, 606
C607
C608
C609, 610
C611, 612
C613
C614
C615
C616
C617
C618
C619
C620
C621
2113743A19
2113741A33
2113932K15
2113743A23
2113743A19
2311049A04
2311049A42
2113931F17
2113931F49
2113931F17
2113932K15
2113741M53
2113743A19
2113931F49
2113741M53
2311049A07
CAPACITOR, Fixed: pF ± 5%; 50V
unless stated
0.1µF
3300
0.1µF
0.22µF
0.1µF
0.33µF
3.3µF
470
10nF
470
0.1µF
0.022µF
0.1µF
10nF
0.022µF
1µF
R601
R602
R603
R604
R605
R606
R607
R608
0662057G13
0662057A53
0662057R60
0662057R30
0662057A97
0662057R92
0662057G13
0662057A81
RESISTOR, Fixed: Ω ± 0.0625W
unless stated
100k
1.5k
10k
1k
100k
47.5k
100k
22k
U601
5105835U50
INTEGRATED CIRCUIT MODULE
HearClear
109
HI_CLMP_EN
COMP_EN
LC_DIS
HCI_DIS
FF_EN
ASFIC_MIC_AUD_out
C619
.01uF
SW_B +
Vaud
C718
0.1uF
C719
0.1uF
R603
10K
C720
.01uF
C715
0.1uF
C711
1uF
C710
4.7uF
C717
.01uF
C721
0.1uF
R705
47.5K
R776
12K
R604
1K
C603
3300pF
R710
47K
R605
100K
R602
1.5K
A5
C3
E1
A4
D4
E2
C5
D5
D2
B6
B2
AUX_RX
C616
0.1uF
AUXTXIN
C714
0.1uF
R762
C611
3.3uF
SQIN
0
R608
22K
R607
100K
C614
.01uF
C779
H1
SQDET
H2
CHACT
J2
RESET
C1
B2
H3
J3
A5
C5
B6
D6
E7
F8
LOOPCAP
UNIVIO
TIMINGCAP
RXLIMCAP
LCAP
LOWSPCAP
DCAP
BUFFDISC
VAGCAP
BIASRES
U701
ASFIC
PLLIM
RXLIMOUT
RXAUDOUT
UNATRXOUT
MICAMPOUT
VOXO
DACO
REFATN
PREMP
VAGOUT
VCOATN
GCB0
GCB1
GCB2
GCB3
GCB4
GCB5
GNDA
R606
47.5K
XTALIN
TRKCLKIN
DTMFCLK
PGMENAB
DATA
EXTVOLIN
EXPAUDIO
RXI N
AUXRXI N
EXTMICIN
TXIN
AUXTXIN
SQIN
PLIN
MICIN
LIMIN
RSSI
B1 MDC_REF
MDCREF
D1 UPCLK
UPCLK
E2
XTALOU T
NC
A4 PL_RX
G4 RX_DATA
J4
H5
A6
C6
F7
G7
C8
D8
H8
B5
A3
B4
B3
A2
C4
MDC_REF
UPCL K
PL_RX
RX_DAT A
C723
0.22uF
ASFIC_MIC_AUD_out
PRE-EMP
C606
0.1uF
C609
0.1uF
C612
3.3uF
PRE-EM P
VCO_MOD
FF_EN
HCI_DIS
EXT_SPKR_SEL
LC_DI S
COMP_EN
HI_CLMP_EN
VCO_MOD
EXT_SPKR_SEL
VOX
C798
.01uF
C610
0.1uF
RX_AUDIO
VOX
B7
C608
0.1uF
A3
NC
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
LODSAB
EXPBYP
COMPCAP
VAG
Hear
Clear FFCNT L
CFBBYP
CLIPREF
NOISHL D
COMPBYP
HCIDSAB
EXPADJ
C605
0.1uF
C6
F4
A2
F2
F3
E1
TX_DATA G1
G2
LG_DTMF
F2
MOSI E3
H4
NC
J5
RX_IN H6
AUX_RX J6
A7
C7
AUXTXIN D7
H7
J7
B8
E8
G8
CLK
PLCLK
D2
D3
F3
G3
D4
E4
F4
D5
E5
F5
G5
E6
F6
G6
B1
B4
E5
D6
E6
R601
100K
U601
NFILOUT
FFOU T
EXPOUT
CBUFOUT
COMPOUT
2.1_MHz
TX_DATA
LG_DTMF
ASFIC_SEL
MOS I
VDD
C2
B3
C607
0.22uF
EXPIN
CBUFIN
RSSIIN
FFIN
NFILIN
GN D
C1
D3
F5
E4
B5
VCC
C4
ICENAB
D1
CPNENAB
E3
FFENAB
C2
HIENAB
SCK F1
PL_TX C3
SCK
PL_TX
GNDD
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
GND5
GND6
GND7
GND8
GND9
GND10
GND11
GND12
GND13
C621
1uF
C602
3300pF
UNIV_IO
PWR_RST
SQ_DET
CHACT
SQ_DET
CHACT
SW_B +
C604
3300pF
C716
.01uF
C782
470pF
C722
2.2uF
C773
0.1uF
C615
470pF
DISC
R761
10K
C709
0.22uF
C601
0.1uF
RSSI
C618
0.1uF
C785
470pF
C792
330pF
C808
470pF
C613
470pF
Vaud
Vaud
R703
2K
C713
0.1uF
R706
2K
C712
0.1uF
R707
R704
EXT_MIC
C793
0.1uF
INT_MIC
VR706
5.6V
C743
.015uF
C786
470pF
C742
470pF
470
C620
.022uF
C704
470pF
470
C617
.022uF
R700
4.7K
63B81097C21-O
110
NCN6106C , NCN/PMCN6153A/B, NCN/PMCN6176A
CONTROLLER BOARD ANALOG SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
2K
PL_RX
RTA1
RTA3
ZIF_SEL
DATA_LATCH
DATA_LATCH
BUSY
RED_LED
RED_LED
C775
470pF
C790
470pF
C797
100pF
R739
10K
C781
470pF
VR715
5.1V
C769
470pF
Vdd
Vdd
R743
10K
R749
10K
7
VCC
K5
F5
E5
J2
J4
K4
E4
E2
G2
D9
H8
H4
H7
K3
B2
B3
A(14)
A14_OUT
A(15)
A15_OUT
R757
22K
C9
PO R
E3
AVB
C776
0.1uF
C804
4700pF
Vdd
DVP_WE/RTSBOUT
C771
0.1uF
5
U703
VDD
1
VSS
R725
75K
R750
100K
2
UPCLK
E
RWBIN
PWR_RST
PWR_RST
RSSI
VOL_SENSE
C5
MODA_LIR*
B5
MODB_VSTBY
R720
47K
CONC_SEN
VOX
SCI_TX
MISO
MOSI
SCK
DA_SEL
C764
24pF
C724
24pF
SCI_RX
SCI_TX
MISO
MOSI
SCK
DA_SEL
J7
G6
H6
J6
G5
H5
RSSI
LBAT
VOL_SENSE
BUTT1
SW3POS
BUTT1
SW3POS
C763
24pF
CONC_SEN
VOX
B1
B2
C3
A3
D3
A2
B3
C4
C748
470pF
C744
.01uF
R726
82.5K
C762
0.1uF
PE0_AN0
PE1_AN1
PE2_AN2
PE3_AN3
PE4_AN4
PE5_AN5
PE6_AN6
PE7_AN7
U705
MC68HC11F1
PD0_RXD
PD1_TXD
PD2_MISO
PD3_MOS I
PD4_SCK
PD5_SS*
PG0
PG1
PG2
PG3
PG4_CSIO2
PG5_CSIO1
PG6_CSGEN
PG7_CSPRO G
BUTT3
BUTT2
R719
150K
A5
CLK_E
B7
CLK_4XE
B6
R_W*
E5
RESET
OVERRIDE
CSI01
CSPROG
D0_PC0
D1_PC1
D2_PC2
D3_PC3
D4_PC4
D5_PC5
D6_PC6
D7_PC7
A0_PF0
A1_PF1
A2_PF2
A3_PF3
A4_PF4
A5_PF5
A6_PF6
A7_PF7
A8_PB0
A9_PB1
A10_PB2
A11_PB3
A12_PB4
A13_PB5
A14_PB6
A15_PB7
C6
B8
C7
D5
C8
D7
D6
D8
D2
C2
C1
D1
E3
E2
E1
E4
F1
F3
F2
G1
F4
G2
H1
H2
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
VR717
14V
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
25
24
21
23
2
26
1
A(0)
A(1)
A(2)
A(3)
A(4)
A(5)
A(6)
A(7)
A(8)
A(9)
A(10)
A(11)
A(12)
A(13)
A(14)
Vdd
R759
22K
C777
1uF
A(0)
A(1)
A(2)
A(3)
A(4)
A(5)
A(6)
A(7)
A(8)
A(9)
A(10)
A(11)
A(12)
A(13)
A(14)
A(15)
U714
CR705
LG_DTMF
TX_DATA
PL_TX
BUSY
CR702
Vpp
IO0
IO1
IO2
IO3
IO4
IO5
IO6
IO7
RXDATA
MDC_REF
Vdd
Vdd
3
4
CNTL
R718
100K
U709
TC4S66F
C765
0.1uF
C766
3.3uF
11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19
G3
J2
H3
J3
G4
H4
J4
F5
R727
22K
PA0_IC3
PA1_IC2
PA2_IC1
PA3_OC5_IC4_OC1
PA4_OC4_OC1
PA5_OC3_OC1
PA6_OC2_OC1
PA7_PA1_OC1
R736
22K
R732
10K
MECH_SWB+
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
C778
0.1uF
EN_CE
EN_RP
EN_OE
39
NC EN_RY_BY
40
EN_WE
NC
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
25
26
27
28
32
33
34
35
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
U715
GND
GND
Vdd
Vdd
A7
XTAL
A6
EXTAL
E7
IRQ
E8
XIRQ
Vdd
J5
VDD
A4
VRH
D4
VRL
B4
VSS
VR712
20V
20
EN_CS
22
EN_OE
27
EN_WE
R802
2K
A(19)
A(18)
A(17)
A(16)
H7
F6
H8
F7
G7
G8
F8
E6
VR713
10V
A(0)
A(1)
A(2)
A(3)
A(4)
A(5)
A(6)
A(7)
A(8)
A(9)
A(10)
A(11)
A(12)
A(13)
A(14)
Vdd
PWR_RST
OPT_B+/BOOT_SEL
32k X 8 EEPROM
ROM1CSB
ROM2CSB
BOOTSTRPB
BOOTRX
EE1CSB
EE2CSB
HC11RSTB
IRQB
SCNSLB
SCNEN
E8
H9
G8
F6
F7
J7
G6
K7
F9
VDD1
J5
VDD2
E1
VDD3
B5
VDD4
PL_RX E7
PL0
RTA1 J9
PL1
G7
PL2
RTA3 F8
PL3
ZIF_SEL G9
PL4
K8
PL5
G4
PL6
J3
PL7
A14I N
A14OUT
A15I N
A15OUT
RXDI N
RWBI N
A(0)
A(1)
A(2)
A(3)
A(4)
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
GND
R701
270nH
U710
SLICV
D7
C7
C8
D8
E6
18
19
20
22
23
24
25
26
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
4
3
28
2
9
5
8
21
L709
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
28
1K
PJ0
PJ1
PJ2_TXDOUT
PJ3_CTSBOUT
PJ4_TXDIN
PJ5
PJ6
PJ7
U713
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
VCC
R723
B4
DATACNTLD5
A5
CTSBOUT B6
A6
OPT_SEL2C6
OPT_SEL1 A7
LOCK_DETD6
C3
B1
C2
D4
C1
D2
D3
D1
32k X 8 SRAM
2K
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
GND
R712
27
EN_CE
1
EN_OE
6
EN_WE
14
MODECNT L
SCI_RX/TDX_OUT
Vpp
EXP_INT2/OPT_TXD
OPT_SEL2
OPT_SEL1
LOCK_DET
R711
100K
R741
22K
R746
100K
7
8
R740
22K
4
Z
9
C
4
TC7S08F
RWBI N
KID
R717
22K
Z1
RTSBIN
RTSBOUT
DECIN
CEB
MEMRWB
3
DVP_WE/RTSBIN J8
DVP_WE/RTSBOUT J1
RXDATA B8
CSI01 G1
MEMRWB A2
Vdd
E A4
CLK_E
UPCLK A3
CLK_4XE
C4
OEB
B9
OVERRIDE
B7
LHRSTOB
A8
LHRSTI
A(16) K6 PM0_BNK2
A(17) G5 PM1_BNK3
A(18) J6
PM2_BNK4
A(19) H6 PM3_BNK5
Vpp
PK0_CTSBIN
PK1
PK2
PK3_A9
PK4_A10
PK5_XCS1 B
PK6_XCS2 B
PK7_XCS3 B
Vdd
R716
22K
PH 0
PH 1
PH 2
PH 3
PH 4
PH 5
PH 6
PH 7
UNIV_IO
CR703
R702
22K
15
Y
10
B
Vdd
C772
3.3uF
R758
100K
F3
F4
F2
H1
G3
H2
H3
K2
KID
1
Y1
5
Z0
Vdd
14
X
11
A
RTA0
CHACT
RTA2
SQ_DET
EXP_INT1
KEY_INT
INT_PTT
EMERGENCY
13
X1
2
Y0
6
EN
VEE
KEY/FAIL
Vdd
U712
2
VCC
X0
UV CS
1
16
GND
12
Vdd
UV_CS1
UV_CS2
BOOTSTRP
VPP
11
VCC
31
VCC
10
U711
UPCLK
R754
*
B+_CNT L
BL_CNTL
AUPA_EN
EXP_SEL1
LCD_SEL
GRN_LE D
Vdd
EE_CS
1MEG X 8 FLASH
SCI_RX
MUX_CNTL
EXP_SEL2/OPT_CTBS
E9
VSS1
H5
VSS2
F1
VSS3
C5
VSS4
UNIV_IO/DVP_WE
LH_ BUSY/KID
LH_DATA/KEY/FAIL
EXP_SEL2/OPT_CTBS
AO
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
9
12
37
36
38
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
A(0)
A(1)
A(2)
A(3)
A(4)
A(5)
A(6)
A(7)
A(8)
A(9)
A(10)
A(11)
A(12)
A(13)
A14_OUT
A15_OUT
A(16)
A(17)
A(18)
A(19)
30 29
BOOTSTRP
SYN_SEL
ROSC_SEL
ASCFIC_SEL
SYN_SEL
ROSC_SEL
ASCFIC_SEL
CSGEN
63B81097C22-O
NCN6106C, NCN/PMCN6153A/B AND NCN/PMCN6176A
CONTROLLER BOARD DIGITAL SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
111
Vdd
Power Section
PWR_RST
OPT_B+/BOOT_SEL
INT_SPKR
B+CNTL
SPKRCOM
EXT_SPKR
R713
22K
C701
470pF
C700
470pF
EXT_SPKR_SEL
RX_AUDIO
SW_B+
Vdd
UNSW_B+
UNSW_B+
Vdd
2.1 MH z
ground
DISC
SW_B+
ASFIC PRE-EMP out
ASFIC MIC AUD out
AUX_RX
UNIV_IO
TAMPER SWITCH
PWR_RST
KEY/FAIL
AUX_TX
KEY INSERT DATA (KID)
DVP_WE
SPI_CLK
*L707 *
SPI TX DATA (MOSI)
SPI RX DATA (MISO)
EXP_INT1
EXP_SEL1
EXP_INT2
EXP_SEL 2
NC
RSSI
AUPA_EN
C708
470pF
J701
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
PRE-EMP
ASFIC_MIC_AUD_out
RX_AUDIO
AUX_RX
EXT_SPKR_SEL
UNIV_IO
SW_B+
GND1
BL_CNTL
INT_SPKR
RESET
SPKRCOM
INT_MIC
GND2
KEY_INT
OPT_SEL1
Vdd
EXT_SPKR
DATA_LATCH
EXTMIC
SPICLK
OPT_B+/BOOT_SEL
MOSI
OPT_SEL2
LCD_SEL
MISO
AUX_TX/DVP_WE/RTS
LH_BUSY/KID/DATA_IN
Vpp/CTS
SCI_RX/OPT_TXDATA
MODE_CNTL
LH_DATA/KEY/FAIL
PWR_RST
INT_MIC
R803
2K
Analog Section
L701
270nH R709
L702
R708
270nH
2K
EXT_MIC
2K
R775
L703
VR703
6.8V
C745
33pF
C702
470pF
C739
33pF
VR721
1 6.2V
2
VR709
5.6V
2
1
C736
470pF
2
C740
470pF
3
3
UPCLK
RXDATA
CHACT
VOX
C737
470pF
Digital
BL_CNTL
KEY_INT
OPT_SEL1
DATA_LATCH
OPT_SEL 2
LCD_SEL
UNIV_IO/DVP_WE
LH_BUSY/KID
Vpp
SCI_RX/TDX_OUT
MODECNT L
LH_DATA|KEY|FAIL
3
Vdd
UNSW_B+
MECH_SWB+
R721
47K
Vdd
R724
47K
SCK
MOS I
DISC
RSSI
SQIN
2.1_MHz
LG_DTMF
SQ_DET
PL_RX
PL_TX
TX_DATA
MDC_REF
ASFIC_SEL
C774
470pF
VR720
1 6.2V
C738
470pF
C799
33pF
VOX
CHACT
RX_DATA
UPCLK
2K
270nH
C741
470pF
VR723
6.2V
AUXTXI N
VCO_MOD
R728
47K
INT_PTT
BUTT3
BUTT2
GND1
BUTT1
Vd d
SW3POS
UNSW_B+
VOL_SENSE
MECH_SWB+
CONC_SEN
RTA3
RTA1
RTA2
RTA0
RED_LED_DRV
GRN_LED_DRV
EMERGENCY
R729
47K
INT_PTT
BUTT3
BUTT2
BUTT1
Section
J702
ASCFIC_SEL
MDC_REF
TX_DATA
PL_TX
PL_RX
SQ_DET
LG_DTM F
AUPA_EN
B+_CNT L
OPT_B+|BOOT_SEL
PWR_RST
UNIV_IO
KEY|FAIL
KID
DVP_WE/RTSBOUT
MISO
EXP_INT1
EXP_SEL1
EXP_INT2/OPT_TXD
EXP_SEL2/OPT_CTBS
SW_B+ UNSW_B+
LOCK_DET
ROSC_SEL
MOS I
DA_SEL
UNSW B+1
SW_B +
VCO_MOD
LOCK_DET
ROSC_SEL
MOS I
DA_SEL
GND
GND3
DISC
RSSI
SQ OU T
2.1 MH z
ZIF_SEL
SCK
GND2
SYN_SEL
GND1
GND0
UNSW B+2
L705
SW3POS
VOL_SENSE
RSSI
CONC_SEN
RTA3
RTA1
RTA2
RTA0
RED_LED
GRN_LED
EMERGENCY
RED_LED_DRV
GRN_LED_DRV
SW_B+
C751
470pF
C747
470pF
C754
470pF
C752
470pF
C746
470pF
C757
470pF
C749
470pF
C760
470pF
C761
470pF
C750
470pF
C759
470pF
C753
470pF
R722
47K
C758
0.1uF
C791
ZIF_SEL
SCK
C755
470pF
470pF
R805 470
SYN_SEL
C787
33pF
C780
470pF
C756
470pF
4
VR722
6.2V
R730
150
2
1
3
C784
470pF
5
U704
R731
150
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
EXPANSION BOARD CONNECTOR
C706
470pF
Vdd
SW_B+
C789
470pF
C788
470pF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
TO
RF
BOARD
J301
P704
P301
JUMPER
FLEX
C783
470pF
6
63B81097C23-O
112
NCN6106C AND NCN/PMCN6153A/B AND NCN/PMCN6176A
CONTROLLER BOARD TOP-LEVEL SCHEMATIC
MECH_SWB+
SW_B+
Vdd
Main Power Switch
Vdd Regulator
R738
22K
L704
270nH
8
1
INPUT
OUTPUT
7
5
FEEDBACK
ERROR
3
2
SHUTDOWN
SENSE
6
5V_TAP
C767
0.1uF
UNSW_B+
U712
8
7
6
5
1
3
2
C768
330pF
C770
10uF
VR714
6.8V
C771
0.1uF
4
4
R747
150K
U708
PWR_RST
GND
* R753 *
Q703
CR704
3
1
47K
CR706
B+CNTL
47K
2
Vaud Regulator
SW_B+
CR701
R714
68
OPT_B+|BOOT_SEL
Vaud
Q701
C734
10uF
C733
0.1uF
SW_B+
C735
470pF
C731
0.1uF
C732
10uF
EXT_SPKR
VR702
10V
C727
1uF
C703
470pF
C5
VCC2
VCC1
B5
C726
0.33uF
EXT_SPKR_SEL
C730
4700pF
A3
A5
SPKRCOM
C725
1uF
D6
NC
E6
F2
NC
VR701
10V
C728
0.33uF
C705
470pF
B6
B1
C2
INT_SPKR
C729
1uF
C707
470pF
A2
A4
E5
B4
B3
C4
C3
D4
D3
E4
E3
RX_AUDIO
GND1
GND2
GND3
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
NC6
NC7
NC8
D1
EN_AMP
AMP2OUT
E2
EN_INT_MIC
AMP3OUT
F3
EN_MIC
U702
C6
AMPIN
D5
AUDIO PA
PLIN
PLOUT
F4
FREQCOMP
REGOUT
F5
MICAMPOUT
REG
E1
INT_MIC_IN
D2
EXT_MIC_IN
BOOTCAPC1
C1
EXT_INT_SPKR
BOOTCAPC2
B2
BOOTCAPC3
INT_SPKR
AUPA_EN
63B81097C24-O
NCN6106C, NCN/PMCN6153A/B AND NCN/PMCN6176A
CONTROLLER BOARD POWER SECTION SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
113
FRONT COVER DISPLAY FLEX
TO DTMF KEYPAD
1
2
3
4
6
5
7
8
10
9
11
J501
LCD SEL
2
MOS1
1
SPI CLOCK
3
CONTROLS FLEX
Vdd
4
GND2
6
P703
INT_PTT
BUTT3
BUTT2
GND
BUTT1
VDD
SW3POS
UNSW_B+
VOL_SENSE
MECH_SWB+
BL CNTL
5
P502
ONLY ON
TOP DISPLAY
C
MODELS
P701
INTERNAL
MICROPHONE
MK401
C401
56pF
INTERNAL
SPEAKER
LS401
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
NC
TO J701 ON CONTROLLER BOARD
SW_B+
GND1
BL_CNTL
INT_SPKR
RESET
SPKR_COM
INT_MIC
GND2
KEY_INT
OPT_SEL1
VDD
EXT_SPKR
DATA_LATCH
EXT_MIC
SPI_CLK
OPT_B+/BOOT_SEL
MOSI
OPT_SEL2
LCD_SEL
MISO
AUX_TX/DVP_WE/RTS
LH_BUSY/KID/DATA_IN
VPP/CTS
SCI_RX/OPT_TXDATA
MODE_CNTL
LH_DATA/KEY/FAIL
RTA3
RTA1
RTA2
RTA0
RED_LED_DRV
GRN_LED_DRV
EMERGENCY
S402
MODE
S406
INT PTT
S404
MON
S408
SIDE BUTTON 2
S405
SIDE BUTTON 1
S401
SWITCH
S403
VOL SW
1
2
3 NEG
POS 1
4 OUT
VAR 2
IN 5
3
6
S8
5
C1
3
S4
8
B
1
S1
2
C
4
S2
A
LED RED
CR400A
LED GREEN
CR400B
S407
EMER
7
P403
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8*
9
10
11
12
13
J403
UNIVERSAL
CONNECTOR
MODE
OPT_SEL1
OPT_SEL2
NORMAL
1
EXT SPK
0
1
1
MAN DOWN
1
0
EXT PTT
0
0
63B81097C27-O
* P403 Pin 8 Connected to P701 pin 2
instead of P701 pin 8 On Front Display Models
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FRONT COVER DISPLAY FLEX AND CONTROLS FLEX SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
TO J703 ON CONTROLLER BOARD
TO LCD
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Replacement Parts Ordering
Introduction
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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.
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channel element type number, crystal and carrier frequency, and the
model number in which the part is used.
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Appendix A
Secure Modules:
NTN7279A,
NTN7280A,
NTN7281A,
NTN7282A, and
NTN7283A for
MTS 2000 Radios
Introduction
NOTE:
The Secure Module is NOT serviceable. The
information contained in this appendix is only
meant to help determine whether a problem is
due to the Secure Module or the radio itself.
The Secure Module is designed to digitally encrypt and decrypt voice
data in Motorola’s MTS 2000 Series Handie-Talkie™ Portable Radios.
The Secure Module uses a custom encryption integrated circuit (IC)
and an encryption key variable to perform its encode/decode function.
The encryption key variable is loaded into the Secure Module via the
radio’s universal (side) connector from a hand held key variable loader.
The encryption IC corresponds to the particular encryption algorithm
purchased. The encryption algorithms and their corresponding kit
numbers are:
• Data Encryption Standard (DES)NTN7279A
• DES-XLNTN7280A
• Digital Voice Protection (DVP)NTN7281A
• DVP-XLNTN7282A
• DVI-XLNTN7283A
Circuit Description
The Secure Module, shown in Appendix Figure 1, operates from two
power supplies. The first 5 volt supply (Vdd) is received from the
controller board through connector plug P1 pin 2. This Vdd supply is
turned on and off with the radio on/off switch. The second supply
(UNSW B+) is received from the controller board through connector
Plug P1 pin 1. UNSW B+ provides power to the Secure Module as long
as the radio battery is in place.
Key variables are loaded into the Secure Module through connector P1
pins 13, 15, and 16. One key variable can be stored in the module at a
time. The key variable is stored in volatile electronic memory, so it can
only remain in memory as long as the radio is connected to a charged
battery. If the battery is removed or if the battery fails, then a capacitor
will allow the module to retain the key variable for at least 30 seconds
while the battery is being replaced.
The radio’s host processor communicates with the Secure Module on
the Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) bus. The host processor is the
master on this bus, while the Secure Module is a slave on the bus. The
Appendix A- 1
SPI bus consists of five signal lines. Refer to Appendix Table 1 for the
signal information. A communications failure between the host
processor and the Secure Module will be indicated as an “ERROR 09/
10” message on the radio display.
UNSW B+
Vdd
1
2
SPI CLK
SPI TX DATA (MOSI)
EXP SEL 1
2.1MHz REF CLK
17
18
21
3
ASFIC PRE-EMP out
DISCRIMINATOR
7
10
Encode / Decode
14
9
DVP WE
KEY INSERT DATA
KEY/FAIL
RESET
16
15
13
12
Key Variable Storage
24
19
20
Interface and Control
SPI RX DATA (MISO)
EXP INT 1
Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)
TX AUDIO
AUX RX
CONT 5V
4 11
Not Connected: 5,6,8,22,23,25
Appendix Figure 1. Secure Module
MAEPF-26127-O
Appendix A Table 1. MTS 2000 Single Key Secure Module I/O Definition
SIGNAL NAME
CONNECTOR PLUG
P1 PIN NUMBER
FUNCTION
UNSW B+
1
Unswitched battery voltage
Vdd
2
Switched 5 volt supply
2.1MHz REF CLK
3
2.1/2.4 MHz clock signal
GROUND
4
Ground
ASFIC PRE-EMP out
7
Transmit Clear Audio
AUX RX
9
Receive Clear Audio
DISCRIMINATOR
10
Receive Encrypted Audio
GROUND
11
Ground
RESET
12
Radio Reset - Does NOT reset module
KEY/FAIL
13
Keyloading Signal
TX AUDIO
14
Transmit Encrypted Audio
KEY INSERT DATA
15
Keyloading Signal
DVP WE
16
Keyloading Signal
SPI CLK
17
SPI Data Clock
SPI TX DATA (MOSI)
18
SPI Data from Host
SPI RX DATA (MISO)
19
SPI Data to Host
EXP INT1
20
SPI Secure Interrupt Request
EXP SEL1
21
SPI Secure Slave Select
CONT 5V
24
Continuous 5 Volt Regulator Output (Not Used)
5,6,8,22,23,25
Appendix A- 2
Not Used
Troubleshooting Secure
Operations
Refer to Section 6 of this radio service manual for disassembly and
reassembly information, refer to Section 9 “Removal And Installation”
for secure module and pad orientation, and refer to the radio theory/
troubleshooting manual for a general overview of troubleshooting
information and procedures. A key variable loader and oscilloscope are
needed to troubleshoot the Secure Module.
NOTE:
ERROR 09/10
The Secure Module itself is NOT serviceable. If
the Secure Module is found to be defective
then it must be replaced.
The MTS 2000 Series Handie-Talkie™ Portable Radio automatically
performs a self test on every power-up. Should the radio fail the self
tests, the display will show “ERROR XX/XX” (where XX/XX is
alphanumeric) accompanied by a short beep. If the display shows
“ERROR 09/10” or “E09/10”, then the radio failed the secure power-up
self tests and the host microcontroller is unable to communicate with
the Secure Module via the SPI bus. Turn off the radio, check the battery
connection, and turn the radio back on. If the radio still does not pass
the self tests, then a problem exists with the secure operations of the
radio.
Since the module is removable, a good first step in troubleshooting
secure operation is simply to replace the suspect Secure Module with a
known working module. If this does not fix the problem, then the
original module is probably not the cause of the problem. If the new
module does fix the problem, then the original module must be
replaced.
A complete procedure for troubleshooting this error is listed below:
1. Turn the radio off, check the battery connection, and turn the
radio back on.
2. If the error condition still exists, check that a Secure Module is
installed and make sure that it is properly connected to the
controller board. To do this, refer to the disassembly and
reassembly sections of this manual.
3. Turn the radio back on.
4. If the error condition still exists and a working secure module with
the same kit number is available, replace the suspect module with
the working module.
5. If the problem persists, disassemble the radio and check the
encryption connector SPI pins (listed in Appendix Table 1) for data
transitions when the radio is turned on and off. If activity is not
seen on all five lines, check both sides of the connector for broken
connections.
6. Troubleshoot the Controller Board.
Keyloading Problems
Use the following procedure to troubleshoot keyloading problems:
1. Verify that the correct Key Variable Loader (KVL) is being used for
the particular encryption algorithm present in the radio. Refer to
Appendix Table 2:
Appendix A- 3
Appendix A Table 2. Key Variable Loader
Secure Module Kit
KVL Kit
Description
NTN7279A
T3011_X
DES
NTN7280A
T3011_X
DES-XL
NTN7281A
T3010_X
DVP
NTN7282A
T3014_X
DVP-XL
NTN7283A
T3012_X
DVI-XL
2. 2.Connect the KVL to the radio via the TDN9390A keyloader
cable. When the cable is connected to the radio, the radio should
enter the keyloading mode of operation, and the radio should
display “KEYLOADING” or “KEYLDG” and make a beep tone.
3. 3.If the radio displays “ERROR 09/10” or “E09/10” then go to the
ERROR 09/10 troubleshooting section.
4. 4.If the radio does not go into keyloading mode, detach and
reattach the keyloader cable.
5. 5.If there is still a problem, refer to the universal connector
illustration found in the schematic and circuit board section of
this manual, and short pins 8, 10, and 12 on the universal
connector together. If this causes the radio to go into keyloading
mode, then replace the keyloader cable.
6. 6.If the radio still does not go into keyloading mode, check the
continuity of the Front Cover/Display Flex and make sure that the
Flex is properly connected to the Universal Connector and to the
Controller Board.
7. 7.If the radio does go into keyloading mode, but after starting the
keyloading process the KVL display indicates “X FAIL”, then check
to see if there are transitions on pins 13, 15, and 16 of connector
P1 on the Secure Module during a keyload.
8. 8.If there are no transitions on any one of these lines during a
keyload, check the integrity and continuity of the Expansion
Board Connector. If it is OK, try replacing the Controller Board.
9. 9.If there are transitions on these lines, try replacing the Secure
Module.
10.10.If the KVL display indicates “X PASS” but you cannot hear a
keyload verification tone, then check the volume of the radio. If
the volume is OK, troubleshoot the receive routing paths in the
radio.
Service Aid
A cable, Motorola kit number TDN9390A, connects the MTS 2000
radio universal connector to the keyloader.
Retrofit Instructions
General
Appendix A- 4
This section gives instructions on retrofitting a secure module into a
secure-capable MTS 2000 radio. The following paragraphs give
directions on how to physically install the secure module, how to
enable the secure options by updating the codeplug, and how to tune
the radio for optimum secure performance.
Physical Retrofit of
Secure Module
The radio must be partially disassembled to install the secure module.
!
Anti-static precautions must be observed at all
times.
Caution
Follow the disassembly procedures in Section 6, located toward the
front of this manual. Proceed through “Disassembly to Board Level”)
step 8, where the front cover has been removed and the controls flex
has been disconnected from the controller board.
Continue through step 9a, to loosen the front shield. Do not
completely remove the front shield. Simply raise the lower portion of
the shield while the opposite end is still connected to the top of the
radio. With the front shield raised, observe the controller board which
takes up the bottom third of the radio. On the lower right corner of the
controller board is an empty female connector, which will be used to
mate the controller board to the secure module. Place the secure
module (component side toward controller board) over the controller
board with the secure module’s male connector placed above and
aligned to the female connector on the controller board. Interlock the
connectors by pressing down on the back of the secure module. The
secure module has now been installed. Reassemble the radio according
to the reassembly instructions in Section 6, located toward the front of
this manual. Begin with “Reassembly (Control Top/Front Shield/
Controls Flex as a unit to Chassis), step 2.
Update Codeplug Through
RSS
General
Once the secure module is installed, the radio's codeplug must be
reprogrammed so that the new hardware can be used. There will also
be some secure options that the user may or may not want to activate.
Appendix Table 3, at the end of this appendix, gives a quick reference
to several properties and a brief description for each parameter. Refer
to the RSS manual for general instructions in the use of RSS.
Set Secure-Equipped Field
The radio must be reprogrammed to utilize the secure module. At the
RSS main menu, press F4 for the CHANGE/CREATE/VIEW menu. Press
F3 for the Radio Wide Buttons, Switches, Display, Scan, Phone screen.
Press F2 for Radio Wide Options screen. Here, press tab to reach the
Secure Equipped field. Press up/down arrow keys to select YES.
Set XL IC Present Field
If the secure module has an XL IC (the Range Extension or -XL option),
the radio must be reprogrammed to show that this IC is present. While
still in the Radio Wide Options screen, press F6 to see Secure Options.
Press Tab until the XL IC Present field is highlighted. Press up/down
arrow keys to select YES. If the secure module does not have an XL IC,
set the XL IC Present field to NO.
Appendix A- 5
Enable Secure On Desired
Channels
To actually use the secure option, Secure must be enabled on the
channels for which it is desired. A channel can be strapped to secureonly, or clear-only, or secure/clear-selectable.
For conventional channels, proceed as follows: Press F4 at the Main
Menu to see the CHANGE/CREATE/VIEW menu. Press F6 to see
Conventional Systems, Personalities, MDC, Options. Press F3 to see
Conventional Personalities, Options. Press F6 to see the SECURE
OPTIONS screen. Press Tab to select the Secure/Clear Strapping field.
For trunking channels, proceed as follows: Press F4 at the Main Menu
to see the CHANGE/CREATE/VIEW menu. Press F4 to see Trunking
Systems, Personalities, Call Lists, Options screen. Press F4 to see
Trunking Personalities: Talk Groups, Emergency Options, etc. Press Tab
to select the Strapping field. An Announcement Group must be
specified for the Strapping parameter to appear. This selects the
Announcement Group Strapping. Press F7 to select Talk Groups. Press
Tab to select the strapping of each Talk Group.
Other Secure Options
There are other secure options that can be changed on a per-channel
basis, such as: Proper Code Detection, Transmit XL, or CFB. For
conventional channels, these options are found on the same screen as
Secure/Clear Strapping (F4/F6/F3/F6). These options are XL Transmit,
Scan Holdoff Strapping, RX Modulation, and Proper Code Detect. For
trunking channels, the only selectable option is Proper Code Detect.
This can be found by going to the MORE OPTIONS screen (F9) from
the screen that was used to select secure/clear Strapping for trunking
channels.
Secure Retrofit Tuning
After installing a secure-retrofit board into a radio, the secure TX
deviation and the secure RX discriminator level must be tuned. Follow
the procedure outlined in Section 9 “Secure Alignment Procedure”
in this publication for the tuning of these two secure-related
alignments.
The TX deviation balance (compensation) does not need to be
performed as part of the secure retrofit procedure. Use the transmit
deviation balance (compensation) procedure as outlined in this
appendix, only when a complete radio alignment is being performed
with a secure board installed.
Secure Alignment
Procedure
General
For optimum radio performance, the secure transmit deviation and
the receive discriminator level must be set. Refer to Section 5, “Radio
Alignment Procedure”, for a description of the radio alignment test
setup, an RSS service menu overview, and for general radio tuning
procedures. All normal radio tuning should be performed in the
proper sequence before proceeding with secure tuning.
Note that the transmit deviation balance (compensation) tuning must
be performed differently if a secure board is installed in the radio.
Follow the procedure changes outlined below when tuning transmit
deviation balance, and complete the normal tuning. Then proceed
Appendix A- 6
with the additional tuning for secure TX deviation and secure RX
discriminator level tuning.
Transmit Deviation Balance
(Compensation)
When tuning with a secure board installed, the coupling capacitor
inside the RKN4035A Test Cable will cause rolloff of the low port
modulation. To fix this, the cable should be dc coupled (“VOL”
position) and an external coupling capacitor (1.3µF or larger) must be
placed in series with the signal source input to the AC/DC MTR.
Follow the “Transmit Deviation Balance (Compensation)”
procedure outlined in Section 5, except change step 3 as follows:
3. Set the RTX4005B Test Box meter selector switch to the “VOL”
position, and connect the signal source to the AC/DC MTR port
thru a 1.3µF capacitor. Inject an 80 Hz tone at 100mVrms thru this
capacitor. Keep the ac voltmeter in parallel to the AC/DC MTR
input to ensure the proper input signal level.
Secure TX Deviation
Transmit deviation balance (compensation) and transmit deviation
limit adjustments should be completed before secure deviation is
adjusted. Remember to use the new transmit deviation balance
procedure outlined in the previous paragraphs before performing the
following steps.
1. From the SERVICE menu, press F2 to select TRANSMITTER
alignment.
2. Press F8 to select the SECURE TX DEV softpot.
3. Press F6 to key the radio on the test frequency. The screen will
indicate that the radio is transmitting.
4. Measure the secure deviation on your service monitor.
5. Use the up/down arrow keys to adjust the secure deviation per
Appendix Table 3.
Appendix A Table 3. Secure Deviation
Channel Spacing (kHz)
Secure Deviation (kHz)
25 / 30
2.91 - 3.06
20 (VHF / UHF)
1.69 - 1.84
20 (821 - 824, 866 - 969)
1.69 - 1.84
12.5
N/A
6. Press F6 to dekey the radio. Press F8 to program the softpot value.
7. Press F10 to return to the TRANSMITTER menu.
Secure RX Discriminator
Level
8. Set the RTX4005B Test Box meter selector switch to the “MX
DISC” position, and connect an ac volt-meter (capable of 1mV
resolution on a 2V scale) to the test box AC/DC meter port.
9. From the SERVICE menu, press F3 to select RECEIVER alignment.
10.Press F8 to select the SECURE DISCRIMINATOR LEVEL softpot.
The screen will indicate the receive test frequency to be used.
11.Set the RF test generator to the receive test frequency. Set the RF
Appendix A- 7
level at the radio standard antenna port to 1mV (-47dBm)
modulated with 3.0 kHz FM deviation of a 1 kHz tone.
12.Use the UP/DOWN arrow keys to obtain a discriminator level
between 206 - 218mVrms (target value of 212 mVrms) observed on
the ac volt-meter.
13.Press F8 to program the softpot value.
14.Press F10 to return to the RECEIVER menu.
Removal And Installation
Refer to Appendix Figure 2, Secure Module Location Detail, when
adding, removing, or replacing the secure module and/or secure
module pad. Notice the orientation of the secure module and the
secure module pad to the controller board.
Removal
Perform the disassembly procedure outlined in Section 6, up to and
including removing the radio’s front shield. Remove the secure
module by pulling it out and away from the controller board.
NOTE:
The secure module and the controller board
connect via a plug and jack located at the
opposite corner from the round popple switch.
Remove the secure module pad as necessary.
Replacement/Installation
Perform the disassembly procedure described in the preceding
paragraphs. Refer to Appendix Figure 2 for secure module pad and
secure module board orientation. If the secure module pad was
removed, place the removed pad or a new pad (Motorola part number
7505670Z01) on the controller board and ensure that it seats flush
with the controller board on all sides. Place the secure module on the
secure module pad. Press the secure module plug into the controller
board jack with enough force so that the jack and plug snap together.
Reassemble the radio per the procedure outlined in Section 6 of this
manual.
Appendix A- 8
Appendix Figure 2. Secure Module Location Detail
Appendix A- 9
Appendix A Table 4. RSS Secure Parameters
Default
Possible
Settings
Radio
Wide/Per
Channel
Used in
Conv/Trunk
Secure
Equipped
No
Yes/No
Radio Wide
Both
Notifies radio that Secure
Module is present
XL IC Present
No
Yes/No
Radio Wide
Both
Notifies radio that Secure
Module contains XL IC
Secure/Clear
Strapping
Select
Select/
Clear/
Secure
Per Channel
Conv
Sets channel to Clear-Only
or Secure-Only or user
Selectable
Strapping
Clear
Select/
Clear/
Secure
Per Channel
Trunk
Sets channel to Clear-Only
or Secure-Only or user
Selectable
Enable
Enable/
Disable
Per Channel
Conv
Enables TX XL operation or
disables for CFB
Non-XL&XL
Non-XL/
NonXL&XL
Per Channel
Conv
Selects between Non-XL and
XL Scan Unsquelch Duration
Scan Holdoff
Strapping
Both
Both/
Clear Only/
Secure Only
Per Channel
Conv
Scan for Clear or Secure or
Both on a particular
channel
RX
Modulation
2-Level Rx
Auto Rx/
2-Level Rx
Per Channel
Conv
Tells radio to look for 2&4
-level signals or 2-level
signals only
Proper Code
Detect (Conv)
Enabled
Enabled/
Disabled
Per Channel
Conv
Enables RX proper code
detection
Proper Code
Detect (Trunk)
Disabled
Enabled/
Disabled
Per Channel
Trunk
Enables RX proper code
detection
TX Clear
Alert Tones
Enabled
Enabled/
Disabled
Radio Wide
Both
Enables alert tone when
PTT is pressed while in
the Clear mode
Periodic
Keyfail
Alert Tone
Enabled
Enabled/
Disabled
Radio Wide
Both
Enables a Keyfail Alert
Tone to sound periodically
in a key-fail condition
Non-XL Scan
Unsquelch
Duration
275mS
0-6375ms
Radio Wide
Both
The time after an activity
detect that radio will wait
on channel without an
unsquelch in Non-XL mode
Non-XL Scan
Unsquelch
Duration
875mS
0-6375ms
Radio Wide
Both
The time after an activity
detect that radio will wait
on channel without an
unsquelch in XL mode
Parameter
XL Transmit
Scan Select
Appendix A- 10
Description
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Appendix B
Model History Tables
The following five tables include all of the HT 1000, JT 1000, MT 2000, MTS 2000, and MTX Series models
from the beginning of this product line to date. Each table includes model number, model number
description, and the kit numbers of the transceiver board (Xcvr Bd) and the controller board (Ctrl Bd) that
shipped with that particular model. The chart also lists replacement transceiver board, controller board,
and codeplug.
Refer to the “Read Me” file on the replacement code plug disc to ensure current code
plug use. Be sure to use the HJV_0002.EXE code plug tool for correct programming.
Appendix B Table 1. HT 1000 Models
Replacement
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Codeplug
H01KDC9AA1AN
VHF 2-F Closed 5-1W
NUD7070A
NTN7090A
NUD7085E
NCN6129B
D64W
H01KDC9AA1BN
VHF 2-F Closed 5-1W
NUD7085A
NTN7092A
NUD7085E
NCN6129B
D64W
H01KDC9AA1BN
VHF 2-F Closed 5-1W
NUD7085B
NTN7092B
NUD7085E
NCN6129B
D64W
H01KDC9AA1CN
VHF 2-F Closed 5-1W
NUD7085C
NCN6129A
NUD7085E
NCN6129B
D64W
H01KDC9AA1CN
VHF 2-F Closed 5-1W
NUD7085C
NCN6129B
NUD7085E
NCN6129B
D64W
H01KDC9AA1DN
VHF 2-F Closed 5-1W
NUD7085D
NCN6129C
NUD7085E
NCN6140C
D64W
H01KDC9AA1DN
VHF 2-F Closed 5-1W
NUD7085E
NCN6138A
NUD7085E
NCN6140C
D64W
H01KDC9AA1DN
VHF 2-F Closed 5-1W
NUD7091A
NCN6140A
NUD7091B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01KDC9AA1DN
VHF 2-F Closed 5-1W
NUD7091B
NCN6140B
NUD7091B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01KDC9AA1DN
VHF 2-F Closed 5-1W
NUD7091B
NCN6140C
NUD7091B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01KDC9AA1DN
VHF 2-F Closed 5-1W
NUD7095B
NCN6140C
NUD7095B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01KDC9AA1DN
VHF 2-F Closed 5-1W
PMUD7095B PMCN6140C NUD7095B
NCN6140C
H01KDC9AA3AN
VHF 16-F Closed 5-1W
NUD7070A
NTN7090A
NUD7070D
NCN6129B
D64W
H01KDC9AA3BN
VHF 16-F Closed 5-1W
NUD7070B
NTN7092B
NUD7070D
NCN6129B
D64W
H01KDC9AA3CN
VHF 16-F Closed 5-1W
NUD7070C
NCN6129A
NUD7070D
NCN6129B
D64W
H01KDC9AA3CN
VHF 16-F Closed 5-1W
NUD7070C
NCN6129B
NUD7070D
NCN6129B
D64W
H01KDC9AA3DN
VHF 16-F Closed 5-1W
NUD7070D
NCN6129C
NUD7070D
NCN6140C
D64W
H01KDC9AA3DN
VHF 16-F Closed 5-1W
NUD7070E
NCN6138A
NUD7070D
NCN6140C
D64W
H01KDC9AA3DN
VHF 16-F Closed 5-1W
NUD7092A
NCN6140A
NUD7092B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01KDC9AA3DN
VHF 16-F Closed 5-1W
NUD7092B
NCN6140B
NUD7092B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01KDC9AA3DN
VHF 16-F Closed 5-1W
NUD7092B
NCN6140C
NUD7092B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01KDC9AA3DN
VHF 16-F Closed 5-1W
NUD7095B
NCN6140C
NUD7095B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01KDC9AA3DN
VHF 16-F Closed 5-1W
PMUD7095B PMCN6140C NUD7095B
NCN6140C
H01RDC9AA1AN
UHF B1 2-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7213A
NTN7090A
NUE7240D
NCN6129B
D64W
Appendix B- 1
Appendix B Table 1. HT 1000 Models
Replacement
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Codeplug
H01RDC9AA1BN
UHF B1 2-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7240B
NTN7092B
NUE7240D
NCN6129B
D64W
H01RDC9AA1CN
UHF B1 2-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7240C
NCN6129A
NUE7240D
NCN6129B
D64W
H01RDC9AA1CN
UHF B1 2-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7240C
NCN6129B
NUE7240D
NCN6129B
D64W
H01RDC9AA1DN
UHF B1 2-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7240D
NCN6129C
NUE7240D
NCN6140C
D64W
H01RDC9AA1DN
UHF B1 2-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7265A
NCN6141A
NUE7265B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01RDC9AA1DN
UHF B1 2-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7265B
NCN6141B
NUE7265B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01RDC9AA1DN
UHF B1 2-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7265B
NCN6140C
NUE7265B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01RDC9AA1DN
UHF B1 2-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7272B
NCN6140C
NUE7272B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01RDC9AA1DN
UHF B1 2-F Closed 4-1W
PMUE7272B PMCN6140C NUE7272B
NCN6140C
H01RDC9AA3AN
UHF B1 16-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7213A
NTN7090A
NUE7231C
NCN6129B
D64W
H01RDC9AA3BN
UHF B1 16-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7213B
NTN7092B
NUE7231C
NCN6129B
D64W
H01RDC9AA3CN
UHF B1 16-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7213C
NCN6129A
NUE7231C
NCN6129B
D64W
H01RDC9AA3CN
UHF B1 16-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7213C
NCN6129B
NUE7231C
NCN6129B
D64W
H01RDC9AA3DN UHF B1 16-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7231C
NCN6129C
NUE7231C
NCN6140C
D64W
H01RDC9AA3DN UHF B1 16-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7266A
NCN6141A
NUE7266B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01RDC9AA3DN UHF B1 16-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7266B
NCN6141B
NUE7266B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01RDC9AA3DN UHF B1 16-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7266B
NCN6140C
NUE7266B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01RDC9AA3DN UHF B1 16-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7272B
NCN6140C
NUE7272B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
PMUE7272B PMCN6140C NUE7272B
NCN6140C
H01RDC9AA3DN UHF B1 16-F Closed 4-1W
H01SDC9AA1AN
UHF B2 2-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7214A
NTN7090A
NUE7241D
NCN6129B
D64W
H01SDC9AA1BN
UHF B2 2-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7241B
NTN7092B
NUE7241D
NCN6129B
D64W
H01SDC9AA1CN
UHF B2 2-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7241C
NCN6129A
NUE7241D
NCN6129B
D64W
H01SDC9AA1CN
UHF B2 2-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7241C
NCN6129B
NUE7241D
NCN6129B
D64W
H01SDC9AA1DN
UHF B2 2-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7241D
NCN6129C
NUE7241D
NCN6140C
D64W
H01SDC9AA1DN
UHF B2 2-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7267A
NCN6141A
NUE7267B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01SDC9AA1DN
UHF B2 2-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7267B
NCN6141B
NUE7267B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01SDC9AA1DN
UHF B2 2-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7267B
NCN6140C
NUE7267B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01SDC9AA1DN
UHF B2 2-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7273B
NCN6140C
NUE7273B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01SDC9AA1DN
UHF B2 2-F Closed 4-1W
PMUE7273B PMCN6140C NUE7273B
NCN6140C
H01SDC9AA3AN
UHF B2 16-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7214A
NTN7090A
NUE7232C
NCN6129B
D64W
H01SDC9AA3BN
UHF B2 16-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7214B
NTN7092B
NUE7232C
NCN6129B
D64W
H01SDC9AA3CN
UHF B2 16-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7214C
NCN6129A
NUE7232C
NCN6129B
D64W
H01SDC9AA3CN
UHF B2 16-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7214C
NCN6129B
NUE7232C
NCN6129B
D64W
H01SDC9AA3DN
UHF B2 16-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7232C
NCN6129C
NUE7232C
NCN6140C
D64W
H01SDC9AA3DN
UHF B2 16-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7268A
NCN6141A
NUE7268B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01SDC9AA3DN
UHF B2 16-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7268B
NCN6141B
NUE7268B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
Appendix B- 2
Appendix B Table 1. HT 1000 Models
Replacement
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Codeplug
H01SDC9AA3DN
UHF B2 16-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7268B
NCN6140C
NUE7268B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01SDC9AA3DN
UHF B2 16-F Closed 4-1W
NUE7273B
NCN6140C
NUE7273B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01SDC9AA3DN
UHF B2 16-F Closed 4-1W
PMUE7273B PMCN6140C NUE7273B
NCN6140C
H01UCC6AA3AN
800MHz 16-F Closed 3W
NUF6394A
NTN7090A
NUF6394B
NCN6129B
D64W
H01UCC6AA3BN
800MHz 16-F Closed 3W
NUF6394B
NTN7092B
NUF6394B
NCN6129B
D64W
H01UCC6AA3CN
800MHz 16-F Closed 3W
NUF6394B
NCN6129A
NUF6394B
NCN6129B
D64W
H01UCC6AA3CN
800MHz 16-F Closed 3W
NUF6394B
NCN6129B
NUF6394B
NCN6129B
D64W
H01UCC6AA3DN
800MHz 16-F Closed 3W
NUF6394B
NCN6129C
NUF6394B
NCN6140C
D64W
H01UCC6AA3DN
800MHz 16-F Closed 3W
NUF6497A
NCN6145A
NUF6497B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01UCC6AA3DN
800MHz 16-F Closed 3W
NUF6497B
NCN6145B
NUF6497B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01UCC6AA3DN
800MHz 16-F Closed 3W
NUF6497B
NCN6140C
NUF6497B
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01UCC6AA3DN
800MHz 16-F Closed 3W
NUF6500D
NCN6140C
NUF6500D
NCN6140C
F91P-3
H01UCC6AA3DN
800MHz 16-F Closed 3W
PMUF6500D PMCN6140C NUF6500D
NCN6140C
Appendix B Table 2. JT 1000 Models
Replacements
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcrv Bd
Ctrl Bd
Codeplug
H01KDH9PA3AN
VHF 16-Ch Front Display
NUD7070A
NTN7089A NUD7070E
NCN6146A
D64W
H01KDH9PA3AN
VHF 16-Ch Front Display
NUD7070B
NTN7089B NUD7070E
NCN6146A
D64W
H01KDH9PA3AN
VHF 16-Ch Front Display
NUD7070C
NTN7089C NUD7070E
NCN6146A
D64W
H01KDH9PA3AN
VHF 16-Ch Front Display
NUD7070E
NTN7089C NUD7070E
NCN6146A
D64W
H01KDH9PA3AN
VHF 16-Ch Front Display
NUD7095A
NCN6146A NUD7095B
NCN6146A
F91P-3
H01KDH9PA3AN
VHF 16-Ch Front Display
NUD7095B
NCN6146A NUD7095B
NCN6146A
F91P-3
H01KDH9PA3AN
VHF 16-Ch Front Display
PMUD7095B NCN6146A NUD7095B
NCN6146A
H01RDH9PA3AN
UHF B1 16 Ch Front Display NUE7213B
NTN7089B NUE7213C
NCN6146A
D64W
H01RDH9PA3AN
UHF B1 16-Ch Front Display NUE7213C
NTN7089C NUE7213C
NCN6146A
D64W
H01RDH9PA3AN
UHF B1 16-Ch Front Display NUE7272A
NCN6146A NUE7272B
NCN6146A
F91P-3
H01RDH9PA3AN
UHF B1 16-Ch Front Display NUE7272B
NCN6146A NUE7272B
NCN6146A
F91P-3
H01RDH9PA3AN
UHF B1 16-Ch Front Display PMUE7272B
NCN6146A NUE7272B
NCN6146A
H01SDH9PA3AN
UHF B2 16-Ch Front Display NUE7214B
NTN7089B NUE7232C
NCN6146A
D64W
H01SDH9PA3AN
UHF B2 16-Ch Front Display NUE7214C
NTN7089C NUE7232C
NCN6146A
D64W
H01SDH9PA3AN
UHF B2 16-Ch Front Display NUE7232C
NTN7089C NUE7232C
NCN6146A
D64W
H01SDH9PA3AN
UHF B2 16-Ch Front Display NUE7273A
NCN6146A NUE7273B
NCN6146A
F91P-3
H01SDH9PA3AN
UHF B2 16-Ch Front Display NUE7273B
NCN6146A NUE7273B
NCN6146A
F91P-3
Appendix B- 3
Appendix B Table 2. JT 1000 Models
Replacements
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcrv Bd
H01SDH9PA3AN
UHF B2 16-Ch Front Display PMUE7273B
NCN6146A NUE7273B
Ctrl Bd
Codeplug
NCN6146A
Appendix B Table 3. MT 2000 Models
Replacements
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Codeplug
H01KDD9AA4AN VHF 48-F Top Display 5-1W NUD7070A
NLD8896A
NUD7070E NCN6147A
D64W
H01KDD9AA4AN VHF 48-F Top Display 5-1W NUD7070B
NTN7091C
NUD7070E NCN6147A
D64W
H01KDD9AA4AN VHF 48-F Top Display 5-1W NUD7070C
NTN7091C
NUD7070E NCN6147A
D64W
H01KDD9AA4AN VHF 48-F Top Display 5-1W NUD7070D
NTN7091D
NUD7070E NCN6147A
D64W
H01KDD9AA4AN VHF 48-F Top Display 5-1W NUD7070E
NTN7091D
NUD7070E NCN6147A
D64W
H01KDD9AA4AN VHF 48-F Top Display 5-1W NUD7095A
NCN6147A
NUD7095B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01KDD9AA4AN VHF 48-F Top Display 5-1W NUD7095B
NCN6147A
NUD7095B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01KDD9AA4AN VHF 48-F Top Display 5-1W NUD7095B
NCN6147B
NUD7095B NCN6147B
F91P-3
H01KDD9AA4AN VHF 48-F Top Display 5-1W PMUD7095B PMCN6147B
NUD7095B NCN6147B
H01KDH9AA7AN
VHF 16-Ch Front Display
5-1W
NUD7070A
NTN7091A
NUD7070E NCN6147A
D64W
H01KDH9AA7AN
VHF 16-Ch Front Display
5-1W
NUD7070B
NTN7091C
NUD7070E NCN6147A
D64W
H01KDH9AA7AN
VHF 16-Ch Front Display
5-1W
NUD7070C
NTN7091C
NUD7070E NCN6147A
D64W
H01KDH9AA7AN
VHF 16-Ch Front Display
5-1W
NUD7070D
NTN7091D
NUD7070E NCN6147A
D64W
H01KDH9AA7AN
VHF 16-Ch Front Display
5-1W
NUD7070E
NTN7091D
NUD7070E NCN6147A
D64W
H01KDH9AA7AN
VHF 16-Ch Front Display
5-1W
NUD7095A
NCN6147A
NUD7095B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01KDH9AA7AN
VHF 16-Ch Front Display
5-1W
NUD7095B
NCN6147A
NUD7095B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01KDH9AA7AN
VHF 16-Ch Front Display
5-1W
NUD7095B
NCN6147B
NUD7095B NCN6147B
F91P-3
H01KDH9AA7AN
VHF 16-Ch Front Display
5-1W
PMUD7095B PMCN6147B
NUD7095B NCN6147B
H01RDD9AA4AN
UHF B1 48-F Open
Top Display 4-1W
NCN6111AU NTN7091A
HF Only
NUE7231C NCN6147A
D64W
H01RDD9AA4AN
UHF B1 48-F Open
Top Display 4-1W
NUE7213B
NTN7091B
NUE7231C NCN6147A
D64W
H01RDD9AA4AN
UHF B1 48-F Open
Top Display 4-1W
NUE7231C
NTN7091B
NUE7231C NCN6147A
D64W
Appendix B- 4
Appendix B Table 3. MT 2000 Models
Replacements
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Codeplug
H01RDD9AA4AN
UHF B1 48-F Open
Top Display 4-1W
NUE7231C
NTN7091D
NUE7231C NCN6147A
D64W
H01RDD9AA4AN
UHF B1 48-F Open
Top Display 4-1W
NUE7272A
NCN6147A
NUE7272B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01RDD9AA4AN
UHF B1 48-F Open
Top Display 4-1W
NUE7272B
NCN6147A
NUE7272B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01RDD9AA4AN
UHF B1 48-F Open
Top Display 4-1W
NUE7272B
NCN6147B
NUE7272B NCN6147B
F91P-3
H01RDD9AA4AN
UHF B1 48-F Open
Top Display 4-1W
PMUE7272B
PMCN6147B
NUE7272B NCN6147B
H01RDH9AA7AN
UHF B1 16-Ch
Front Display 4-1W
NUE7213A
NTN7091A
NUE7231C NCN6147A
D64W
H01RDH9AA7AN
UHF B1 16-Ch
Front Display 4-1W
NUE7213B
NTN7091B
NUE7231C NCN6147A
D64W
H01RDH9AA7AN
UHF B1 16-Ch
Front Display 4-1W
NUE7231C
NTN7091B
NUE7231C NCN6147A
D64W
H01RDH9AA7AN
UHF B1 16-Ch
Front Display 4-1W
NUE7231C
NTN7091D
NUE7231C NCN6147A
D64W
H01RDH9AA7AN
UHF B1 16-Ch
Front Display 4-1W
NUE7272A
NCN6147A
NUE7272B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01RDH9AA7AN
UHF B1 16-Ch
Front Display 4-1W
NUE7272B
NCN6147A
NUE7272B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01RDH9AA7AN
UHF B1 16-Ch
Front Display 4-1W
NUE7272B
NCN6147B
NUE7272B NCN6147B
F91P-3
H01RDH9AA7AN
UHF B1 16-Ch
Front Display 4-1W
PMUE7272B
PMCN6147B
NUE7272B NCN6147B
H01SDD9AA4AN
UHF B2 48-F Top Display 4- NUE7214A
1W
NCN6111AU
HF Only
NUE7232C NCN6147A
D64W
H01SDD9AA4AN
UHF B2 48-F Top Display 4- NUE7214B
1W
NTN7091B
NUE7232C NCN6147A
D64W
H01SDD9AA4AN
UHF B2 48-F Top Display 4- NUE7232C
1W
NTN7091B
NUE7232C NCN6147A
D64W
H01SDD9AA4AN
UHF B2 48-F Top Display 4- NUE7232C
1W
NTN7091D
NUE7232C NCN6147A
D64W
H01SDD9AA4AN
UHF B2 48-F Top Display 4- NUE7273A
1W
NCN6147A
NUE7273B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01SDD9AA4AN
UHF B2 48-F Top Display 4- NUE7273B
1W
NCN6147A
NUE7273B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01SDD9AA4AN
UHF B2 48-F Top Display 4- NUE7273B
1W
NCN6147B
NUE7273B NCN6147B
F91P-3
H01SDD9AA4AN
UHF B2 48-F Top Display 4- PMUE7273B
1W
PMCN6147B
NUE7273B NCN6147B
Appendix B- 5
Appendix B Table 3. MT 2000 Models
Replacements
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Codeplug
H01SDH9AA7AN
UHF B2 16-Ch
Front Display 4-1W
NUE7214A
NTN7091A
NUE7232C NCN6147A
D64W
H01SDH9AA7AN
UHF B2 16-Ch
Front Display 4-1W
NUE7214B
NTN7091B
NUE7232C NCN6147A
D64W
H01SDH9AA7AN
UHF B2 16-Ch
Front Display 4-1W
NUE7232C
NTN7091B
NUE7232C NCN6147A
D64W
H01SDH9AA7AN
UHF B2 16-Ch
Front Display 4-1W
NUE7232C
NTN7091D
NUE7232C NCN6147A
D64W
H01SDH9AA7AN
UHF B2 16-Ch
Front Display 4-1W
NUE7273A
NCN6147A
NUE7273B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01SDH9AA7AN
UHF B2 16-Ch
Front Display 4-1W
NUE7273B
NCN6147A
NUE7273B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01SDH9AA7AN
UHF B2 16-Ch
Front Display 4-1W
NUE7273B
NCN6147B
NUE7273B NCN6147B
F91P-3
H01SDH9AA7AN
UHF B2 16-Ch
Front Display 4-1W
PMUE7273B
PMCN6147B
NUE7273B NCN6147B
H01UCD6AA4AN
800MHz 48-F
Top Display 4-1W
NUF6394A
NTN7091A
NUF6394B NCN6147A
D64W
H01UCD6AA4AN
800MHz 48-F
Top Display 4-1W
NUF6394B
NTN7091B
NUF6394B NCN6147A
D64W
H01UCD6AA4AN
800MHz 48-F
Top Display 4-1W
NUF6394B
NTN7091D
NUF6394B NCN6147A
D64W
H01UCD6AA4AN
800MHz 48-F
Top Display 4-1W
NUF6498A
NCN6147A
NUF6498B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01UCD6AA4AN
800MHz 48-F
Top Display 4-1W
NUF6498B
NCN6147A
NUF6498B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01UCD6AA4AN
800MHz 48-F
Top Display 4-1W
NUF6500D
NCN6147B
NUF6500D NCN6147B
F91P-3
H01UCD6AA4AN
800MHz 48-F
Top Display 4-1W
PMUF6500D PMCN6147B
NUF6500D NCN6147B
H01UCH6AA7AN
800MHz 160-Ch 4-1W
NUF6394A
NTN7091A
NUF6394B NCN6147A
D64W
H01UCH6AA7AN
800MHz 160-Ch 4-1W
NUF6394B
NTN7091B
NUF6394B NCN6147A
D64W
H01UCH6AA7AN
800MHz 160-Ch 4-1W
NUF6394B
NTN7091D
NUF6394B NCN6147A
D64W
H01UCH6AA7AN
800MHz 160-Ch 4-1W
NUF6498A
NCN6147A
NUF6498B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01UCH6AA7AN
800MHz 160-Ch 4-1W
NUF6498B
NCN6147A
NUF6498B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01UCH6AA7AN
800MHz 160-Ch 4-1W
NUF6500D
NCN6147B
NUF6500D NCN6147B
F91P-3
H01UCH6AA7AN
800MHz 160-Ch 4-1W
PMUF6500D PMCN6147B
Appendix B- 6
NUF6500D NCN6147B
Appendix B Table 4. MTS 2000 Models
Replacements
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcvr Bd
H01KDD9PW1AN
VHF 3-SYS/Zone Top Display NUD7070A
Ctrl Bd
Codeplug
NTN7091A
H01KDD9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode
Top Display 5-1W
NUD7070A
NLD8897A
NUD7070E NCN6150A
D64W
H01KDD9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode
Top Display 5-1W
NUD7070B
NTN7620D
NUD7070E NCN6150A
D64W
H01KDD9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode
Top Display 5-1W
NUD7070C
NTN7620D
NUD7070E NCN6150A
D64W
H01KDD9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode
Top Display 5-1W
NUD7070D
NTN7620E
NUD7070E NCN6150A
D64W
H01KDD9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode
Top Display 5-1W
NUD7070E
NTN7620E
NUD7070E NCN6150A
D64W
H01KDD9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode
Top Display 5-1W
NUD7095A
NCN6150A NUD7095B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01KDD9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode
Top Display 5-1W
NUD7095B
NCN6150A NUD7095B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01KDD9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode
Top Display 5-1W
NUD7095B
NCN6150B
F91P-3
H01KDD9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode
Top Display 5-1W
PMUD7095B PMCN6150 NUD7095B NCN6150B
B
NUD7095B NCN6150B
H01KDF9PW1AN
VHF 16-Mode Front Display NUD7070A
Limited Keypad 5-1W
NTN7091A
NUD7070E NCN6150A
D64W
H01KDF9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode Front Display NUD7070B
Limited Keypad 5-1W
NLD8897A
NUD7070E NCN6150A
D64W
H01KDF9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode Front Display NUD7070C
Limited Keypad 5-1W
NTN7620D
NUD7070E NCN6150A
D64W
H01KDF9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode Front Display NUD7070D
Limited Keypad 5-1W
NTN7620E
NUD7070E NCN6150A
D64W
H01KDF9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode Front Display NUD7070E
Limited Keypad 5-1W
NTN7620E
NUD7070E NCN6150A
D64W
H01KDF9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode Front Display NUD7095A
Limited Keypad 5-1W
NCN6150A NUD7095B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01KDF9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode Front Display NUD7095B
Limited Keypad 5-1W
NCN6150A NUD7095B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01KDF9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode Front Display NUD7095B
Limited Keypad 5-1W
NCN6150B
F91P-3
H01KDF9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode Front Display PMUD7095B PMCN6150 NUD7095B NCN6150B
Limited Keypad 5-1W
B
H01KDH9PW1AN
VHF 16-Mode Front Display NUD7070A
Full Keypad 5-1W
NTN7091A
NUD7070E NCN6150A
D64W
H01KDH9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode Front Display NUD7070B
Full Keypad 5-1W
NLD8897A
NUD7070E NCN6150A
D64W
NUD7095B NCN6150B
Appendix B- 7
Appendix B Table 4. MTS 2000 Models
Replacements
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Codeplug
H01KDH9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode Front Display NUD7070C
Full Keypad 5-1W
NTN7620D
NUD7070E NCN6150A
D64W
H01KDH9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode Front Display NUD7070D
Full Keypad 5-1W
NTN7620E
NUD7070E NCN6150A
D64W
H01KDH9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode Front Display NUD7070E
Full Keypad 5-1W
NTN7620E
NUD7070E NCN6150A
D64W
H01KDH9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode Front Display NUD7095A
Full Keypad 5-1W
NCN6150A NUD7095B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01KDH9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode Front Display NUD7095B
Full Keypad 5-1W
NCN6150A NUD7095B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01KDH9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode Front Display NUD7095B
Full Keypad 5-1W
NCN6150B
F91P-3
H01KDH9PW1BN
VHF 16-Mode Front Display PMUD7095B PMCN6150 NUD7095B NCN6150B
Full Keypad 5-1W
B
NUD7095B NCN6150B
H01RDD9PW1AN
UHF B1 16-Mode 4-1W
NUE7213A
NTN7091A
NUE7231C NCN6150A
D64W
H01RDD9PW1BN
UHF B1 16-Mode 4-1W
NUE7231B
NTN7620C
NUE7231C NCN6150A
D64W
H01RDD9PW1BN
UHF B1 16-Mode
Top Display 4-1W
NUE7231C
NTN7620C
NUE7231C NCN6150A
D64W
H01RDD9PW1BN
UHF B1 16-Mode
Top Display 4-1W
NUE7231C
NTN7620E
NUE7231C NCN6150A
D64W
H01RDD9PW1BN
UHF B1 16-Mode
Top Display 4-1W
NUE7272A
NCN6150A NUE7272B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01RDD9PW1BN
UHF B1 16-Mode
Top Display 4-1W
NUE7272B
NCN6150A NUE7272B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01RDD9PW1BN
UHF B1 16-Mode
Top Display 4-1W
NUE7272B
NCN6150B
F91P-3
H01RDD9PW1BN
UHF B1 16-Mode
Top Display 4-1W
PMUE7272B
PMCN6150 NUE7272B NCN6150B
B
H01RDF9PW1AN
UHF B1 16-Mode 4-1W
NUE7213A
NTN7091A
NUE7231C NCN6150A
D64W
H01RDF9PW1BN
UHF B1 16-Mode 4-1W
NUE7231B
NTN7620C
NUE7231C NCN6150A
D64W
H01RDF9PW1BN
UHF B1 16-Mode Front
Display Limited Keypad 41W
NUE7231C
NTN7620C
NUE7231C NCN6150A
D64W
H01RDF9PW1BN
UHF B1 16-Mode Front
Display Limited Keypad 41W
NUE7231C
NTN7620E
NUE7231C NCN6150A
D64W
H01RDF9PW1BN
UHF B1 16-Mode Front
Display Limited Keypad 41W
NUE7272A
NCN6150A NUE7272B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01RDF9PW1BN
UHF B1 16-Mode Front
Display Limited Keypad 41W
NUE7272B
NCN6150A NUE7272B NCN6150A
F91P-3
Appendix B- 8
NUE7272B NCN6150B
Appendix B Table 4. MTS 2000 Models
Replacements
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
NUE7272B NCN6150B
Codeplug
H01RDF9PW1BN
UHF B1 16-Mode Front
Display Limited Keypad 41W
NUE7272B
NCN6150B
H01RDF9PW1BN
UHF B1 16-Mode Front
Display Limited Keypad 41W
PMUE7272B
PMCN6150 NUE7272B NCN6150B
B
H01RDH9PW1AN
UHF B1 16-Mode 4-1W
NUE7213A
NTN7091A
NUE7231C NCN6150A
D64W
H01RDH9PW1BN
UHF B1 16-Mode 4-1W
NUE7231B
NTN7620C
NUE7231C NCN6150A
D64W
H01RDH9PW1BN
UHF B1 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad 4-1W
NUE7231C
NTN7620C
NUE7231C NCN6150A
D64W
H01RDH9PW1BN
UHF B1 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad 4-1W
NUE7231C
NTN7620E
NUE7231C NCN6150A
D64W
H01RDH9PW1BN
UHF B1 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad 4-1W
NUE7272A
NCN6150A NUE7272B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01RDH9PW1BN
UHF B1 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad 4-1W
NUE7272B
NCN6150A NUE7272B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01RDH9PW1BN
UHF B1 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad 4-1W
NUE7272B
NCN6150B
F91P-3
H01RDH9PW1BN
UHF B1 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad 4-1W
PMUE7272B
PMCN6150 NUE7272B NCN6150B
B
H01SDD9PW1AN
UHF B2 16-Mode 4-1W
NUE7214A
NTN7091A
NUE7232C NCN6150A
D64W
H01SDD9PW1BN
UHF B2 16-Mode 4-1W
NUE7232B
NTN7620C
NUE7232C NCN6150A
D64W
H01SDD9PW1BN
UHF B2 16-Mode
Top Display 4-1W
NUE7232C
NTN7620C
NUE7232C NCN6150A
D64W
H01SDD9PW1BN
UHF B2 16-Mode
Top Display 4-1W
NUE7232C
NTN7620E
NUE7232C NCN6150A
D64W
H01SDD9PW1BN
UHF B2 16-Mode
Top Display 4-1W
NUE7273A
NCN6150A NUE7273B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01SDD9PW1BN
UHF B2 16-Mode
Top Display 4-1W
NUE7273B
NCN6150A NUE7273B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01SDD9PW1BN
UHF B2 16-Mode
Top Display 4-1W
NUE7273B
NCN6150B
F91P-3
H01SDD9PW1BN
UHF B2 16-Mode
Top Display 4-1W
PMUE7273B
PMCN6150 NUE7273B NCN6150B
B
H01SDF9PW1AN
UHF B2 16-Mode 4-1W
NUE7214A
NTN7091A
NUE7232C NCN6150A
D64W
H01SDF9PW1BN
UHF B2 16-Mode 4-1W
NUE7232B
NTN7620C
NUE7232C NCN6150A
D64W
H01SDF9PW1BN
UHF B2 16-Mode Front
Display Limited Keypad 41W
NUE7232C
NTN7620C
NUE7232C NCN6150A
D64W
H01SDF9PW1BN
UHF B2 16-Mode Front
Display Limited Keypad 41W
NUE7232C
NTN7620E
NUE7232C NCN6150A
D64W
NUE7272B NCN6150B
NUE7273B NCN6150B
F91P-3
Appendix B- 9
Appendix B Table 4. MTS 2000 Models
Replacements
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Codeplug
H01SDF9PW1BN
UHF B2 16-Mode Front
Display Limited Keypad 41W
NUE7273A
NCN6150A NUE7273B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01SDF9PW1BN
UHF B2 16-Mode Front
Display Limited Keypad 41W
NUE7273B
NCN6150A NUE7273B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01SDF9PW1BN
UHF B2 16-Mode Front
Display Limited Keypad 41W
NUE7273B
NCN6150B
F91P-3
H01SDF9PW1BN
UHF B2 16-Mode Front
Display Limited Keypad 41W
PMUE7273B
PMCN6150 NUE7273B NCN6150B
B
H01SDH9PW1AN
UHF B2 16-Mode 4-1W
NUE7214A
NTN7091A
NUE7232C NCN6150A
D64W
H01SDH9PW1BN
UHF B2 16-Mode 4-1W
NUE7232B
NTN7620C
NUE7232C NCN6150A
D64W
H01SDH9PW1BN
UHF B2 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad4-1W
NUE7232C
NTN7620C
NUE7232C NCN6150A
D64W
H01SDH9PW1BN
UHF B2 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad4-1W
NUE7232C
NTN7620E
NUE7232C NCN6150A
D64W
H01SDH9PW1BN
UHF B2 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad4-1W
NUE7273A
NCN6150A NUE7273B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01SDH9PW1BN
UHF B2 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad4-1W
NUE7273B
NCN6150A NUE7273B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01SDH9PW1BN
UHF B2 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad4-1W
NUE7273B
NCN6150B
F91P-3
H01SDH9PW1BN
UHF B2 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad4-1W
PMUE7273B
PMCN6150 NUE7273B NCN6150B
B
H01UCD6PW1AN
800MHz 16-Mode 3W
NUF6410A
NTN7091A
NUF6410B NCN6150A
D64W
H01UCD6PW1BN
800MHz 16-Mode 3W
NUF6410B
NTN7620C
NUF6410B NCN6150A
D64W
H01UCD6PW1BN
800MHz 16-Mode
Top Display 3W
NUF6410B
NTN7620D
NUF6410B NCN6150A
D64W
H01UCD6PW1BN
800MHz 16-Mode
Top Display 3W
NUF6410B
NTN7620E
NUF6410B NCN6150A
D64W
H01UCD6PW1BN
800MHz 16-Mode
Top Display 3W
NUF6500A
NCN6150A NUF6500B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01UCD6PW1BN
800MHz 16-Mode
Top Display 3W
NUF6500B
NCN6150A NUF6500B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01UCD6PW1BN
800MHz 16-Mode
Top Display 3W
NUF6500D
NCN6150B
F91P-3
H01UCD6PW1BN
800MHz 16-Mode
Top Display 3W
PMUF6500D PMCN6150 NUF6500D NCN6150B
B
H01UCF6PW1AN
800MHz 16-Mode 3W
NUF6410A
NTN7091A
NUF6410B NCN6150A
D64W
H01UCF6PW1BN
800MHz 16-Mode 3W
NUF6410B
NTN7620C
NUF6410B NCN6150A
D64W
Appendix B- 10
NUE7273B NCN6150B
NUE7273B NCN6150B
NUF6500D NCN6150B
Appendix B Table 4. MTS 2000 Models
Replacements
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Codeplug
H01UCF6PW1BN
800MHz 16-Mode Front
NUF6410B
Display Limited Keypad 3W
NTN7620D
NUF6410B NCN6150A
D64W
H01UCF6PW1BN
800MHz 16-Mode Front
NUF6410B
Display Limited Keypad 3W
NTN7620E
NUF6410B NCN6150A
D64W
H01UCF6PW1BN
800MHz 16-Mode Front
NUF6500A
Display Limited Keypad 3W
NCN6150A NUF6500B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01UCF6PW1BN
800MHz 16-Mode Front
NUF6500B
Display Limited Keypad 3W
NCN6150A NUF6500B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01UCF6PW1BN
800MHz 16-Mode Front
NUF6500D
Display Limited Keypad 3W
NCN6150B
F91P-3
H01UCF6PW1BN
800MHz 16-Mode Front
PMUF6500D PMCN6150 NUF6500D NCN6150B
Display Limited Keypad 3W
B
NUF6500D NCN6150B
H01UCH6PW1AN
800MHz 16-Mode 3W
NUF6410A
NTN7091A
NUF6410B NCN6150A
D64W
H01UCH6PW1BN
800MHz 16-Mode 3W
NUF6410B
NTN7620C
NUF6410B NCN6150A
D64W
H01UCH6PW1BN
800MHz 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad 3W
NUF6410B
NTN7620D
NUF6410B NCN6150A
D64W
H01UCH6PW1BN
800MHz 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad 3W
NUF6410B
NTN7620E
NUF6410B NCN6150A
D64W
H01UCH6PW1BN
800MHz 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad 3W
NUF6500A
NCN6150A NUF6500B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01UCH6PW1BN
800MHz 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad 3W
NUF6500B
NCN6150A NUF6500B NCN6150A
F91P-3
H01UCH6PW1BN
800MHz 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad 3W
NUF6500D
NCN6150B
F91P-3
H01UCH6PW1BN
800MHz 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad 3W
PMUF6500D PMCN6150 NUF6500D NCN6150B
B
H01WCD4PW1AN
900MHz 16-Mode
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6395A
NTN7093A
NUF6395C NCN 6153A
D64W
H01WCD4PW1BN
900MHz 16-Mode
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6395C
NTN7093B
NUF6395C NCN 6153A
D64W
H01WCD4PW1CN
900MHz 16-Mode Top
Display
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6395C
NCN6106C NUF6395C NCN 6153A
D64W
H01WCD4PW1CN
900MHz 16-Mode Top
Display
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6499A
NCN 6153A NUF6499B NCN 6153A
F91P-3
H01WCD4PW1CN
900MHz 16-Mode Top
Display
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6499B
NCN 6153A NUF6499B NCN 6153A
F91P-3
H01WCD4PW1CN
900MHz 16-Mode Top
Display
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6499D
NCN 6153A NUF6499D NCN 6153A
F91P-3
NUF6500D NCN6150B
Appendix B- 11
Appendix B Table 4. MTS 2000 Models
Replacements
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
H01WCD4PW1CN
900MHz 16-Mode Top
Display
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6499D
H01WCD4PW1CN
900MHz 16-Mode Top
Display
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
PMUF6499D PMCN
6153B
NUF6499D NCN 6153B
H01WCF4PW1AN
900MHz 16-Mode
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6395A
NTN7093A
NUF6395C NCN 6153A
D64W
H01WCF4PW1BN
900MHz 16-Mode
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6395C
NTN7093B
NUF6395C NCN 6153A
D64W
H01WCF4PW1CN
900MHz 16-Mode Front
Display Limited Keypad
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6395C
NCN6106C NUF6395C NCN 6153A
D64W
H01WCF4PW1CN
900MHz 16-Mode Front
Display Limited Keypad
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6499A
NCN 6153A NUF6499B NCN 6153A
F91P-3
H01WCF4PW1CN
900MHz 16-Mode Front
Display Limited Keypad
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6499B
NCN 6153A NUF6499B NCN 6153A
F91P-3
H01WCF4PW1CN
900MHz 16-Mode Front
Display Limited Keypad
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6499D
NCN 6153A NUF6499D NCN 6153A
F91P-3
H01WCF4PW1CN
900MHz 16-Mode Front
Display Limited Keypad
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6499D
NCN 6153B NUF6499D NCN 6153B
F91P-3
H01WCF4PW1CN
900MHz 16-Mode Front
Display Limited Keypad
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
PMUF6499D PMCN
6153B
NUF6499D NCN 6153B
H01WCH4PW1AN
900MHz 16-Mode
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6395A
NTN7093A
NUF6395C NCN 6153A
D64W
H01WCH4PW1BN
900MHz 16-Mode
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6395C
NTN7093B
NUF6395C NCN 6153A
D64W
H01WCH4PW1CN
900MHz 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6395C
NCN6106C NUF6395C NCN 6153A
D64W
H01WCH4PW1CN
900MHz 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6499A
NCN 6153A NUF6499B NCN 6153A
F91P-3
H01WCH4PW1CN
900MHz 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6499B
NCN 6153A NUF6499B NCN 6153A
F91P-3
H01WCH4PW1CN
900MHz 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6499D
NCN 6153A NUF6499D NCN 6153A
F91P-3
Appendix B- 12
NCN 6153B NUF6499D NCN 6153B
Codeplug
F91P-3
Appendix B Table 4. MTS 2000 Models
Replacements
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcvr Bd
H01WCH4PW1CN
900MHz 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6499D
H01WCH4PW1CN
900MHz 16-Mode Front
Display Full Keypad
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
PMUF6499D PMCN
6153B
Ctrl Bd
NCN 6153B NUF6499D NCN 6153B
Codeplug
F91P-3
NUF6499D NCN 6153B
Appendix B Table 5. MTX Series Models
Replacements
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Codeplug
H01KDC9DB3AN
MTX838 VHF 16-Mode 5-1W NUD7085A NTN7857A NUD7085E NCN6147A
D64W
H01KDC9DB3AN
MTX838 VHF 16-Mode 5-1W NUD7085B NTN7857C NUD7085E NCN6147A
D64W
H01KDC9DB3AN
MTX838 VHF 16-Mode Closed NUD7085C NTN7857D NUD7085E NCN6147A
5-1W
D64W
H01KDC9DB3AN
MTX838 VHF 16-Mode Closed NUD7085E NTN7857D NUD7085E NCN6147A
5-1W
D64W
H01KDC9DB3AN
MTX838 VHF 16-Mode Closed NUD7096A NCN6147A NUD7096B NCN6147A
5-1W
F91P-3
H01KDC9DB3AN
MTX838 VHF 16-Mode Closed NUD7096B NCN6147A NUD7096B NCN6147A
5-1W
F91P-3
H01KDC9DB3AN
MTX838 VHF 16-Mode Closed NUD7095B NCN6147B NUD7095B NCN6147B
5-1W
F91P-3
H01KDC9DB3AN
MTX838 VHF 16-Mode Closed PMUD7095 PMCN6147 NUD7095B NCN6147B
5-1W
B
B
H01KDD9DB4AN
MTX838 VHF 99-Mode
Trunked 5-1W
NUD7085A NTN7857A NUD7085E NCN6147A
D64W
H01KDD9DB4AN
MTX838 VHF 99-Mode
Trunked 5-1W
NUD7085B NTN7857C NUD7085E NCN6147A
D64W
H01KDD9DB4AN
MTX838 VHF 99-Mode
Trunked 5-1W
NUD7085B NTN7857C NUD7085E NCN6147A
D64W
H01KDD9DB4AN
MTX838 VHF 99-Mode
Top Display Trunked 5-1W
NUD7085C NTN7857D NUD7085E NCN6147A
D64W
H01KDD9DB4AN
MTX838 VHF 99-Mode
Top Display Trunked 5-1W
NUD7085E NTN7857D NUD7085E NCN6147A
D64W
H01KDD9DB4AN
MTX838 VHF 99-Mode
Top Display Trunked 5-1W
NUD7096A NCN6147A NUD7096B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01KDD9DB4AN
MTX838 VHF 99-Mode
Top Display Trunked 5-1W
NUD7096B NCN6147A NUD7096B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01KDD9DB4AN
MTX838 VHF 99-Mode
Top Display Trunked 5-1W
NUD7095B NCN6147B NUD7095B NCN6147B
F91P-3
H01KDD9DB4AN
MTX838 VHF 99-Mode
Top Display Trunked 5-1W
PMUD7095 PMCN6147 NUD7095B NCN6147B
B
B
Appendix B- 13
Appendix B Table 5. MTX Series Models
Replacements
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Codeplug
H01KDF9DB5AN
MTX838 VHF 160-Mode
Trunked 5-1W
NUD7085A NTN7512A NUD7085E NCN6147A
D64W
H01KDF9DB5AN
MTX838 VHF 160-Mode
Trunked 5-1W
NUD7085B NTN7512C NUD7085E NCN6147A
D64W
H01KDF9DB5AN
MTX838 VHF 160-Mode Front NUD7085C NTN7512D NUD7085E NCN6147A
Display Limited Keypad
Trunked 5-1W
D64W
H01KDF9DB5AN
MTX838 VHF 160-Mode Front NUD7085E NTN7512D NUD7085E NCN6147A
Display Limited Keypad
Trunked 5-1W
D64W
H01KDF9DB5AN
MTX838 VHF 160-Mode Front NUD7096A NCN6147A NUD7096B NCN6147A
Display Limited Keypad
Trunked 5-1W
F91P-3
H01KDF9DB5AN
MTX838 VHF 160-Mode Front NUD7096B NCN6147A NUD7096B NCN6147A
Display Limited Keypad
Trunked 5-1W
F91P-3
H01KDF9DB5AN
MTX838 VHF 160-Mode Front NUD7096B NCN6147B NUD7096B NCN6147B
Display Limited Keypad
Trunked 5-1W
F91P-3
H01KDH9DB7AN
MTX838 VHF 160-Mode
Trunked 5-1W
NUD7085B NTN7512C NUD7085E NCN6147A
D64W
H01KDH9DB7AN
MTX838 VHF 160-Mode
Trunked 5-1W
NUD7085B NTN7512C NUD7085E NCN6147A
D64W
H01KDH9DB7AN
MTX838 VHF 160-Mode Front NUD7085C NTN7512D NUD7085E NCN6147A
Display Full Keypad Trunked
5-1W
D64W
H01KDH9DB7AN
MTX838 VHF 160-Mode Front NUD7085E NTN7512D NUD7085E NCN6147A
Display Full Keypad Trunked
5-1W
D64W
H01KDH9DB7AN
MTX838 VHF 160-Mode Front NUD7096A NCN6147A NUD7096B NCN6147A
Display Full Keypad Trunked
5-1W
F91P-3
H01KDH9DB7AN
MTX838 VHF 160-Mode Front NUD7096B NCN6147A NUD7096B NCN6147A
Display Full Keypad Trunked
5-1W
F91P-3
H01KDH9DB7AN
MTX838 VHF 160-Mode Front NUD7095B NCN6147B NUD7095B NCN6147B
Display Full Keypad Trunked
5-1W
F91P-3
H01KDH9DB7AN
MTX838 VHF 160-Mode Front PMUD7095 PMCN6147 NUD7095B NCN6147B
Display Full Keypad Trunked B
B
5-1W
H01RDC9DB3AN
MTX838 UHF B1 16-Mode
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7240A NTN7857A NUE7240D NCN6147A
D64W
H01RDC9DB3AN
MTX838 UHF B1 16-Mode
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7240B
D64W
Appendix B- 14
NTN7857C NUE7240D NCN6147A
Appendix B Table 5. MTX Series Models
Replacements
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Codeplug
H01RDC9DB3AN
MTX838 UHF B1 16-Mode
Closed Trunked 4-1W
NUE7240C NTN7857D NUE7240D NCN6147A
D64W
H01RDC9DB3AN
MTX838 UHF B1 16-Mode
Closed Trunked 4-1W
NUE7240D NTN7857D NUE7240D NCN6147A
D64W
H01RDC9DB3AN
MTX838 UHF B1 16-Mode
Closed Trunked 4-1W
NUE7274A NCN6147A NUE7274B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01RDC9DB3AN
MTX838 UHF B1 16-Mode
Closed Trunked 4-1W
NUE7274B
NCN6147A NUE7274B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01RDC9DB3AN
MTX838 UHF B1 16-Mode
Closed Trunked 4-1W
NUE7272B
NCN6147B NUE7272B NCN6147B
F91P-3
H01RDC9DB3AN
MTX838 UHF B1 16-Mode
Closed Trunked 4-1W
PMUE7272 PMCN6147 NUE7272B NCN6147B
B
B
H01RDD9DB4AN
MTX838 UHF B1 99-Mode
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7240A NTN7857A NUE7240D NCN6147A
D64W
H01RDD9DB4AN
MTX838 UHF B1 99-Mode
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7240B
NTN7857C NUE7240D NCN6147A
D64W
H01RDD9DB4AN
MTX838 UHF B1 99-Mode
Top Display Trunked 4-1W
NUE7240C NTN7857D NUE7240D NCN6147A
D64W
H01RDD9DB4AN
MTX838 UHF B1 99-Mode
Top Display Trunked 4-1W
NUE7240D NTN7857D NUE7240D NCN6147A
D64W
H01RDD9DB4AN
MTX838 UHF B1 99-Mode
Top Display Trunked 4-1W
NUE7274A NCN6147A NUE7274B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01RDD9DB4AN
MTX838 UHF B1 99-Mode
Top Display Trunked 4-1W
NUE7274D NCN6147A NUE7274B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01RDD9DB4AN
MTX838 UHF B1 99-Mode
Top Display Trunked 4-1W
NUE7272B
F91P-3
H01RDD9DB4AN
MTX838 UHF B1 99-Mode
Top Display Trunked 4-1W
PMUE7272 PMCN6147 NUE7272B NCN6147B
B
B
H01RDF9DB5AN
MTX838 UHF B1 160-Mode
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7240A NTN7512A NUE7240D NCN6147A
D64W
H01RDF9DB5AN
MTX838 UHF B1 160-Mode
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7240B
NTN7512C NUE7240D NCN6147A
D64W
H01RDF9DB5AN
MTX838 UHF B1 160-Mode NUE7240C NTN7512D NUE7240D NCN6147A
Front Display Limited Keypad
Trunked 4-1W
D64W
H01RDF9DB5AN
MTX838 UHF B1 160-Mode NUE7240D NTN7857D NUE7240D NCN6147A
Front Display Limited Keypad
Trunked 4-1W
D64W
H01RDF9DB5AN
MTX838 UHF B1 160-Mode NUE7274A NCN6147A NUE7274B NCN6147A
Front Display Limited Keypad
Trunked 4-1W
F91P-3
H01RDF9DB5AN
MTX838 UHF B1 160-Mode NUE7274B
Front Display Limited Keypad
Trunked 4-1W
F91P-3
NCN6147B NUE7272B NCN6147B
NCN6147A NUE7274B NCN6147A
Appendix B- 15
Appendix B Table 5. MTX Series Models
Replacements
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
H01RDF9DB5AN
MTX838 UHF B1 160-Mode NUE7274B
Front Display Limited Keypad
Trunked 4-1W
NCN6147B NUE7274B NCN6147B
H01RDF9DB5AN
MTX838 UHF B1 160-Mode PMUE7274 PMCN6147 NUE7274B NCN6147B
Front Display Limited Keypad B
B
Trunked 4-1W
Codeplug
F91P-3
H01RDH9DB7AN
MTX838 UHF B1 160-Mode
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7240A NTN7512A NUE7240D NCN6147A
D64W
H01RDH9DB7AN
MTX838 UHF B1 160-Mode
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7240B
NTN7512C NUE7240D NCN6147A
D64W
H01RDH9DB7AN
MTX838 UHF B1 160-Mode
Front Display Full Keypad
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7240C NTN7512D NUE7240D NCN6147A
D64W
H01RDH9DB7AN
MTX838 UHF B1 160-Mode
Front Display Full Keypad
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7240D NTN7512D NUE7240D NCN6147A
D64W
H01RDH9DB7AN
MTX838 UHF B1 160-Mode
Front Display Full Keypad
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7274A NCN6147A NUE7274B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01RDH9DB7AN
MTX838 UHF B1 160-Mode
Front Display Full Keypad
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7274B
NCN6147A NUE7274B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01RDH9DB7AN
MTX838 UHF B1 160-Mode
Front Display Full Keypad
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7272B
NCN6147B NUE7272B NCN6147B
F91P-3
H01SDC9DB3AN
MTX838 UHF B2 16-Mode
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7241A NTN7857A NUE7241D NCN6147A
D64W
H01SDC9DB3AN
MTX838 UHF B2 16-Mode
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7241B
NTN7857C NUE7241D NCN6147A
D64W
H01SDC9DB3AN
MTX838 UHF B2 16-Mode
Closed Trunked 4-1W
NUE7241C NTN7857D NUE7241D NCN6147A
D64W
H01SDC9DB3AN
MTX838 UHF B2 16-Mode
Closed Trunked 4-1W
NUE7241D NTN7857D NUE7241D NCN6147A
D64W
H01SDC9DB3AN
MTX838 UHF B2 16-Mode
Closed Trunked 4-1W
NUE7275A NCN6147A NUE7275B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01SDC9DB3AN
MTX838 UHF B2 16-Mode
Closed Trunked 4-1W
NUE7275B
NCN6147A NUE7275B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01SDC9DB3AN
MTX838 UHF B2 16-Mode
Closed Trunked 4-1W
NUE7275B
NCN6147B NUE7275B NCN6147B
F91P-3
H01SDD9DB4AN
MTX838 UHF B2 99-Mode
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7241A NTN7857A NUE7241D NCN6147A
D64W
H01SDD9DB4AN
MTX838 UHF B2 99-Mode
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7241B
D64W
Appendix B- 16
NTN7857C NUE7241D NCN6147A
Appendix B Table 5. MTX Series Models
Replacements
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Codeplug
H01SDD9DB4AN
MTX838 UHF B2 99-Mode
Top Display Trunked 4-1W
NUE7241C NTN7857D NUE7241D NCN6147A
D64W
H01SDD9DB4AN
MTX838 UHF B2 99-Mode
Top Display Trunked 4-1W
NUE7241D NTN7857D NUE7241D NCN6147A
D64W
H01SDD9DB4AN
MTX838 UHF B2 99-Mode
Top Display Trunked 4-1W
NUE7275A NCN6147A NUE7275B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01SDD9DB4AN
MTX838 UHF B2 99-Mode
Top Display Trunked 4-1W
NUE7275B
NCN6147A NUE7275B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01SDD9DB4AN
MTX838 UHF B2 99-Mode
Top Display Trunked 4-1W
NUE7275B
NCN6147B NUE7275B NCN6147B
F91P-3
H01SDH9DB7AN
MTX838 UHF B2 160-Mode
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7241A NTN7512A NUE7241D NCN6147A
D64W
H01SDH9DB7AN
MTX838 UHF B2 160-Mode
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7241B
NTN7512C NUE7241D NCN6147A
D64W
H01SDH9DB7AN
MTX838 UHF B2 160-Mode
Front Display Full Keypad
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7241C NTN7512D NUE7241D NCN6147A
D64W
H01SDH9DB7AN
MTX838 UHF B2 160-Mode
Front Display Full Keypad
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7241D NTN7512D NUE7241D NCN6147A
D64W
H01SDH9DB7AN
MTX838 UHF B2 160-Mode
Front Display Full Keypad
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7275A NCN6147A NUE7275B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01SDH9DB7AN
MTX838 UHF B2 160-Mode
Front Display Full Keypad
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7275B
NCN6147A NUE7275B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01SDH9DB7AN
MTX838 UHF B2 160-Mode
Front Display Full Keypad
Trunked 4-1W
NUE7275B
NCN6147B NUE7275B NCN6147B
F91P-3
H01UCC6DB3AN
MTX8000 800MHz 16-Mode
Trunked Type I 3W
NUF6423A
NTN7857A NUF6423B NCN6147A
D64W
H01UCC6DB3AN
MTX8000 800MHz 16-Mode
Trunked Type I 3W
NUF6423B
NTN7857C NUF6423B NCN6147A
D64W
H01UCC6DB3AN
MTX8000 800MHz 16-Mode
Closed Trunked Type I 3W
NUF6423B
NTN7857D NUF6423B NCN6147A
D64W
H01UCC6DB3AN
MTX8000 800MHz 16-Mode
Closed Trunked Type I 3W
NUF6501A
NCN6147A NUF6501B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01UCC6DB3AN
MTX8000 800MHz 16-Mode
Closed Trunked Type I 3W
NUF6501B
NCN6147A NUF6501B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01UCC6DB3AN
MTX8000 800MHz 16-Mode
Closed Trunked Type I 3W
NUF6500D NCN6147B NUF6500D NCN6147B
F91P-3
H01UCC6DB3AN
MTX8000 800MHz 16-Mode
Closed Trunked Type I 3W
PMUF6500 PMCN6147 NUF6500D NCN6147B
D
B
Appendix B- 17
Appendix B Table 5. MTX Series Models
Replacements
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Codeplug
H01UCC6DF3AN
MTX838 800MHz 16-Mode
Trunked Type II 3W
NUF6423A
NTN7857A NUF6423B NCN6147A
D64W
H01UCC6DF3AN
MTX838 800MHz 16-Mode
Trunked Type II 3W
NUF6423B
NTN7857C NUF6423B NCN6147A
D64W
H01UCC6DF3AN
MTX838 800MHz 16-Mode
Closed Trunked Type II 3W
NUF6423B
NTN7857D NUF6423B NCN6147A
D64W
H01UCC6DF3AN
MTX838 800MHz 16-Mode
Closed Trunked Type II 3W
NUF6501A
NCN6147A NUF6501B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01UCC6DF3AN
MTX838 800MHz 16-Mode
Closed Trunked Type II 3W
NUF6501B
NCN6147A NUF6501B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01UCC6DF3AN
MTX838 800MHz 16-Mode
Closed Trunked Type II 3W
NUF6501B
NCN6147B NUF6501B NCN6147B
F91P-3
H01UCF6DB5AN
MTX8000 800MHz 160-Mode NUF6423A
Front Display Limited Keypad
Trunked 3W
NTN7512A NUF6423B NCN6147A
D64W
H01UCF6DB5AN
MTX8000 800MHz 160-Mode NUF6423B
Front Display Limited Keypad
Trunked 3W
NTN7512C NUF6423B NCN6147A
D64W
H01UCF6DB5AN
MTX8000 800MHz 160-Mode NUF6423B
Front Display Limited Keypad
Trunked 3W
NTN7512D NUF6423B NCN6147A
D64W
H01UCF6DB5AN
MTX8000 800MHz 160-Mode NUF6501A
Front Display Limited Keypad
Trunked 3W
NCN6147A NUF6501B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01UCF6DB5AN
MTX8000 800MHz 160-Mode NUF6501B
Front Display Limited Keypad
Trunked 3W
NCN6147A NUF6501B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01UCF6DB5AN
MTX8000 800MHz 160-Mode NUF6500D NCN6147B NUF6500D NCN6147B
Front Display Limited Keypad
Trunked 3W
F91P-3
H01UCF6DB5AN
MTX8000 800MHz 160-Mode PMUF6500 PMCN6147 NUF6500D NCN6147B
Front Display Limited Keypad D
B
Trunked 3W
H01UCH6DB7AN
MTX8000 800MHz 160-Mode NUF6423A
Front Display Full Keypad
Trunked 3W
NTN7512A NUF6423B NCN6147A
D64W
H01UCH6DB7AN
MTX8000 800MHz 160-Mode NUF6423B
Front Display Full Keypad
Trunked 3W
NTN7512C NUF6423B NCN6147A
D64W
H01UCH6DB7AN
MTX8000 800MHz 160-Mode NUF6423B
Front Display Full Keypad
Trunked 3W
NTN7512D NUF6423B NCN6147A
D64W
H01UCH6DB7AN
MTX8000 800MHz 160-Mode NUF6501A
Front Display Full Keypad
Trunked 3W
NCN6147A NUF6501B NCN6147A
F91P-3
Appendix B- 18
Appendix B Table 5. MTX Series Models
Replacements
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Codeplug
H01UCH6DB7AN
MTX8000 800MHz 160-Mode NUF6501B
Front Display Full Keypad
Trunked 3W
NCN6147A NUF6501B NCN6147A
F91P-3
H01UCH6DB7AN
MTX8000 800MHz 160-Mode NUF6500D NCN6147B NUF6500D NCN6147B
Front Display Full Keypad
Trunked 3W
F91P-3
H01UCH6DB7AN
MTX8000 800MHz 160-Mode PMUF6500 PMCN6147 NUF6500D NCN6147B
Front Display Full Keypad
D
B
Trunked 3W
H01WCC4DB3AN
MTX9000 900MHz 16-Mode
Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6424A
NTN7858A NUF6424B NCN6153A
D64W
H01WCC4DB3AN
MTX9000 900MHz 16-Mode
Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6424B
NTN7858C NUF6424B NCN6153A
D64W
H01WCC4DB3AN
MTX9000 900MHz 16-Mode
Closed Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6424B
NTN7858C NUF6424B NCN6153A
D64W
H01WCC4DB3AN
MTX9000 900MHz 16-Mode
Closed Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6502A
NCN6153A NUF6502B NCN6153A
F91P-3
H01WCC4DB3AN
MTX9000 900MHz 16-Mode
Closed Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6502B
NCN6153A NUF6502B NCN6153A
F91P-3
H01WCC4DB3AN
MTX9000 900MHz 16-Mode
Closed Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6499D NCN6153A NUF6499D NCN6153A
F91P-3
H01WCC4DB3AN
MTX9000 900MHz 16-Mode
Closed Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NUF6499D NCN6153B NUF6499D NCN6153B
F91P-3
H01WCC4DB3AN
MTX9000 900MHz 16-Mode
Closed Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
PMUF6499 PMCN6153 NUF6499D NCN6153B
D
B
H01WCF4DB5AN
MTX9000 900MHz 160-Mode NUF6424A
Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NTN7513A NUF6424B NCN6153A
D64W
H01WCF4DB5AN
MTX9000 900MHz 160-Mode NUF6424B
Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NTN7513C NUF6424B NCN6153A
D64W
H01WCF4DB5AN
MTX9000 900MHz 160-Mode NUF6424B
Front Display Limited Keypad
Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NTN7513D NUF6424B NCN6153A
D64W
H01WCF4DB5AN
MTX9000 900MHz 160-Mode NUF6502A
Front Display Limited Keypad
Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NCN6153A NUF6502B NCN6153A
F91P-3
Appendix B- 19
Appendix B Table 5. MTX Series Models
Replacements
Model Number
Description
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Xcvr Bd
Ctrl Bd
Codeplug
H01WCF4DB5AN
MTX9000 900MHz 160-Mode NUF6502B
Front Display Limited Keypad
Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NCN6153A NUF6502B NCN6153A
F91P-3
H01WCF4DB5AN
MTX9000 900MHz 160-Mode NUF6499D NCN6153A NUF6499D NCN6153A
Front Display Limited Keypad
Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
F91P-3
H01WCF4DB5AN
MTX9000 900MHz 160-Mode NUF6499D NCN6153B NUF6499D NCN6153B
Front Display Limited Keypad
Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
F91P-3
H01WCF4DB5AN
MTX9000 900MHz 160-Mode PMUF6499 PMCN6153 NUF6499D NCN6153B
Front Display Limited Keypad D
B
Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
H01WCH4DB7AN
MTX9000 900MHz 160-Mode NUF6424A
Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NTN7513A NUF6424B NCN6153A
D64W
H01WCH4DB7AN
MTX9000 900MHz 160-Mode NUF6424B
Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NTN7513C NUF6424B NCN6153A
D64W
H01WCH4DB7AN
MTX9000 900MHz 160-Mode NUF6424B
Front Display Full Keypad
Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NTN7513D NUF6424B NCN6153A
D64W
H01WCH4DB7AN
MTX9000 900MHz 160-Mode NUF6502A
Front Display Full Keypad
Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NCN6153A NUF6502B NCN6153A
F91P-3
H01WCH4DB7AN
MTX9000 900MHz 160-Mode NUF6502B
Front Display Full Keypad
Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
NCN6153A NUF6502B NCN6153A
F91P-3
H01WCH4DB7AN
MTX9000 900MHz 160-Mode NUF6499D NCN6153A NUF6499D NCN6153A
Front Display Full Keypad
Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
F91P-3
H01WCH4DB7AN
MTX9000 900MHz 160-Mode NUF6499D NCN6153B NUF6499D NCN6153B
Front Display Full Keypad
Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
F91P-3
H01WCH4DB7AN
MTX9000 900MHz 160-Mode PMUF6499 PMCN6153 NUF6499D NCN6153B
Front Display Full Keypad
D
B
Trunked
2.4W (Typ.), 2.9W (Max.)
Appendix B- 20
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