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P7382i / P7389i
Level III Service Manual
P7382i - 1900 MHz GSM
P7389i - 900 / 1800 / 1900 Tri-Band MHz GSM
P7382i / P7389i
CONTENTS
Page Number
SECTION 1: GENERAL
1.1
1.2
1.3
Introduction
Motorola service policy for P7382i / P7389i in warranty
General Safety Information
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SECTION 2: P7382i / P7389i DESCRIPTION
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
Specifications of P7382i / P7389i
P7382i / P7389i Overview
Connector Pinout
Talk time, Weight and Volume Matrix
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SECTION 3: FEATURE LIST
3.1
List of Features available
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3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
Menu
Phone Book
Call Related Features
Messages
Phone Set Up
Network selection
Call Meters
Accessory set-up
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SECTION 4: DISASSEMBLY & PARTS
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
Dissasembly Introduction
Recommended Tools
Disassembly Procedure
Assembly procedure
Exploded Parts diagram
Replacement parts
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SECTION 5: SIM CARDS AND SECURITY
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
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Manual test mode
Live Sim Card
Personality Transfer
GSM Test Command
Identity and Security
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SECTION 6: REPAIR & TEST PROCEDURES
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
Repair introduction
Mechanical repairs
Basic modular troubleshooting
Software Upgrade
Flexing
Testing on HP 8922
Testing IrDA Port
Testing on Go / NoGo Tester
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SECTION 7: ACCESSORIES
7.1
7.2
7.3
Accessory Statement
Mid Rate Charger Information
Accessory Listing
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SECTION 8: GLOSSARY OF TERMS
8.1
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List of Abbreviations
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SECTION 1: GENERAL
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1.1
Introduction
This manual is intended for use by technicians familiar with similar types of equipment. It contains all
service information required for the equipment described and is current as of the printing date.
The scope of this document is to provide the reader with basic information relating to the P7382i / P7389i, and
also to provide procedures and processes for repairing the units up to and including Level 2 repair.
Level 1 and 2 repairs involve the following activities to be carried out: •
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Unit swap out
Repairing of mechanical faults
Basic modular troubleshooting
Testing and verification of unit functionality
Upgrading software
Flexing units
Initiate warranty claims and send faulty modules to Level 3 or 4 repair centres.
Computer Software Copyrights
The Motorola products described in this instruction manual may include copyrighted Motorola
computer programs stored in semi-conductor memories or other media. Laws in the United States and
other countries preserve for Motorola certain exclusive rights for copyrighted computer programs,
including the exclusive right to copy or reproduce in any form the copyrighted computer program.
Accordingly, any copyrighted Motorola computer programs contained in the Motorola products
described in this instruction manual may not be copied or reproduced in any manner without the
express written permission of Motorola. Furthermore, the purchase of Motorola products shall not be
deemed to grant either directly or by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, any license under the
copyrights, patents or patent applications of Motorola, except for the normal non-exclusive, royalty
free license to use that arises by operation of law in the sale of a product.
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1.2
Motorola Service Policy for P7382i / P7389i in warranty
1.2.1
Warranty:
Product will be sold with the standard 12 months warranty terms and conditions. Accidental damage
misuse, retailers extended warranties will not be supported under warranty. Non warranty repairs will
be available at agreed fixed repair prices.
Proof of purchase will be required to validate warranty claims.
1.2.2
Out of Box Failure Policy
The standard OOB failure criteria will apply. Customer units that fail very early on, after date of sale,
are to be returned to Manufacturing for root cause analysis, to guard against epidemic criteria.
Manufacturing to bear the costs of early life failure.
1.2.3
Product Support
Customers original units will be repaired but not refurbished as standard. Appointed Motorola Service
Hubs will perform warranty and non-warranty field service for level 2 (assemblies) and level 3 (limited
PCB component). The Motorola HTC centres will perform level 4 (full component) repairs.
1.2.4
Customer Support:
This will be available through dedicated Call Centres and In Country Help Desks.
Product Service training should be arranged through the local Motorola Support Centre.
1.2.5
Replacement Parts Ordering
Only centres authorized to carry out repairs will be able to purchase spare parts. Orders for spare parts
from Hub’s and Hi-Tech Centres should be placed with the regional Motorola Parts Distribution
Centre.
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1.3
General Safety Information
1.3.1 Portable Operation
• DO NOT hold the radio so that the antenna is very close to, or touching, exposed parts of the body,
especially the face or eyes whilst transmitting. The radio will perform best if it is held in the same
manner as you would hold a ‘land’telephone handset, with the antenna angled up and over your
shoulder.
• DO NOT operate the portable phone in an aircraft. Switch off your telephone. The use of a cellular
telephone in an aircraft may be dangerous to the operation of the aircraft, disruption of the Cellular
Network may occur, and is illegal. Failure to observe this instruction may lead to a suspension or
denial of Cellular Telephone Service to the offender, or legal action, or both.
1.3.2 Mobile/Portable Operation - Telephone use in Vehicles:
• All equipment must be properly grounded according to installation instructions for safe operation.
• Users are advised to turn off their equipment when at a refueling point.
• Safety is every driver’s responsibility. Cellular telephones should only be used in situations in
which the driver considers it safe to do so.
1.3.3 General
• DO NOT allow children to play with any radio equipment containing a transmitter.
• DO NOT operate this equipment near electrical blasting caps or in an explosive atmosphere.
Mobile Telephones are, under certain conditions, capable of interfering with blasting operations.
When you are in the vicinity of such work, look out for and observe signs cautioning against
mobile radio transmission. If transmission is prohibited, you must turn off your mobile telephone
to prevent any transmission.
In standby mode the mobile telephone will automatically transmit to acknowledge a call if it is not
turned off.
• Refer to the appropriate section of the product user manual for additional pertinent safety
information
• All equipment should be serviced only by a Motorola qualified technician.
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SECTION 2:
P7382i / P7389i
DESCRIPTION
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2.1
Specifications of P7382i / P7389i
General
Function
Frequency Range GSM
Frequency Range DCS
Frequency Range PCS
Channel Spacing
Channels
Modulation
Transmitter Phase Accuracy
Duplex Spacing
Frequency Stability
Operating Voltage
Transmit Current
Stand-by Current
Dimensions
Size (Volume)
Weight
Temperature Range
Transmitter
Function
RF Power Output
Output Impedance
Spurious Emissions
Receiver
Function
RF Level
RX bit error rate (100 k bits)
Channel Hop Time
Time to Camp
Speech Coding
Function
Speech Coding Type
Bit Rate
Frame Duration
Block Length
Classes
Bit Rate with FEC Encoding
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Specification
880-915 MHz TX (with EGSM)
925-960 MHz RX
1710-1785 MHz Tx
1805-1880 MHz Rx
1850.2 – 1909.8 MHz Tx
1930.2 – 1989.8 MHz Rx
200 kHz
174 GSM/374 DCS carriers with 8 channels per carrier
GMSK at BT = 0.3
5 Degrees RMS, 20 Degrees peak
45 MHz GSM 95MHz DCS 80MHz PCS
+ 0.10 ppm of the downlink frequency (Rx)
Full Rate PSU = 4.4V +/- 5%
(During Charging = VBatt +/-5% 6.63V
Mid Rate Charger = 5.9V +/- 0.3V
CLA Supply = 4.4V
Battery Operating Voltage = 2.85V(Radio Shut Down voltage)
To 4.2V Max
Typically 250 ma avg, 1.0A peak
Typically 7.0 ma (DRX2)
130mm x 46mm x 24.5mm
105cc with Batt
106g with Batt
-10C to +55C
Specification
33 dBm + 2dB GSM/ 30 dBm + 2 dB DCS
50 ohms (nominal)
-36 dBm from 0.1 to 1 Ghz
-30 dBm from 1 to 4 Ghz
Specification
-102 dBm
< 2%
500 microseconds
Approximately 5-10 seconds
Specification
Regular Pulse Excitation / Linear Predictive Coding with Long
Term Prediction. (RPE LPC with LTP).
13.0 k bps
20 ms
260 bits
Class 1 bits = 182 bits. Class 2 bits = 78 bits
22.8 k bps
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2.2
P7382i / P7389i Overview
The P7382i / P7389i is of the new TRI-BAND technology allowing global roaming using the GSM 900 / 1800 /
1900 bands(see below). The following are a few of the features that will be included with the unit.
• Using the Whitecap lower voltage technology this offers good standby and talk times(see below)
• Extended GSM channels
• Tri-Codec allowing Full Rate / Half Rate / Enhanced Full Rate modes of transmission.
• SIM Toolkit.
• Enhanced Infrared Data link (see beow)
• 3 Pin RS232 connection.
• 96 x 54 row full graphics OptimaxTM with contrast control.
• Internal Headset
• Speaker Dependant Voice recognition (see below)
• VibracallTM
• VoicenotesTM
• HATIS – Hearing aid Telephone Interconnection device.
• Language support for prompts,STK, SMS and Phonebook
• WAP 1.1. compliant
• Simplified Alpha Text Entry
• Calling Name Presentation
• Display Animation
• Call Divert Interrogation
• Concatenated SMS
The TRI – BAND technology will be implimented into the unit using bandaware technology for
GSM 900 / 1800 and Knifeswitch selection should GSM 1900 selection be required. There will be 2
access choices for the user (1) throught the menu structure - Network Selection, or (2) through the
quick access key.
IrDA – Infra red Data Association, This feature will allow the user to link their mobile phone to their
computer terminal. This will allow the user to upload and download information, such as phonebok
information, SMS messages, FAX data etc… without the requirement for cables. The unit can also
communicate with other IrDA devices such as pagers and other mobile phones.
Perfect alignment of the beam is not required due to the spread of the beam.
IP SMS allows SMS messages to be constucted on a PC then downloaded to the P7382i / P7389i to be
transmtted.
IP Phonebook allows very easy and extremely flexible download / upload of phonebook information,
enabling select phonebooks available to each user, which can be quickly changed for example when
travelling to different areas.
The last 10 calls made and received can also be downloaded allowing databases to be created.
The P7382i / P7389i can be placed into IrDA mode via either the quick access menu or through the Phone Set up
menu structure ‘Activated’will appear on the screen once the feature has been selected followed by
‘Connection Made’once transfer of data is available between the P7382i / P7389i and the other device. The
P7382i / P7389i software allows more devices to be synchronised with phone e.g.Win NT, Psion and Palm.
Speaker Dependant Voice Recognition – This feature allows ‘Voice Tags’to be allocated to upto 25
names within the users phone memory and also upto 15 Voice tags be allocated to the quick access
functions. The unit must be ‘trained’for this function (ie the voice tags must first be read into the
phones memory twice before recognition can be made.)
Two main points whilst using this option.
*THERE WILL BE NO SERVICE DURING ‘TRAINING’WHICH MEANS THE USER CANNOT
RECEIVE OR MAKE CALLS DURING THIS TIME.
*THE VOICE TAGS CAN ONLY BE ADDED TO THE PHONES MEMORY, AS GSM DOES NOT
ALLOW THE OPTION TO STORE VOICE TAGS ONTO THE SIM CARD.
Voice tags can be added to the phones memory using the usual name addition methods ie via the
phonebook menu structure, using the M+ key, or using the quick access keys.
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To make a call to a person allocated with a voice tag, the smart button must first be pressed, then the
P7382i / P7389i will ask for a name, if the name is recognised, then the name will be repeated and displayed on
the screen. A call can then be placed.
For access to one of the quick access functions the quick access key must first be pressed, a name will
then be asked for, if the name is recognised e.g. Battery Meter then the name will be repeated and the
corresponding feature e.g. the battery meter will be displayed on the screen.
If 2 names are too alike then the unit will request another name.
CUG (Closed User Group) This is a network application which allows a select group of users only to
use a particular group of mobile units e.g. In the circumstance where a manager of a field service team
only wants the team to be able to call other users within his team (or CUG).
Phase 2 USSD (Unstructured Supplementary Services Data) – This is an application whereby
pressing a certain key or combination of keys whilst in idle mode ie not in a call can access certain
network functions such as helplines etc...
• WAP 1.1 Compliancy (Wireless Application Protocol) - WAP 1.1 Wireless Application
Protocol
Simplified WAP
Architecture
‘The Internet’
Content Servers
Phone with
browser
Wireless
connection
(GSM Data call
is preferred)
WAP
Gateway
ISP
account
• In the WAP environment this is how the access is made.
1. The request for information is made in WML (Wireless Markup Language) derived from HTML.
2. Request is passed to WAP Gateway, which retrieves the information from the server in standard
HTML (which is then filtered to WML) or if available WML format.
3. The information is then passed the cellular user, via the cellular network provider.
• There will be 5 Data parameters that the user will be able to edit:
-Baud rate - between 2400 and 14400
-Idle time out
-Line type
-Phone Number
-Connection type
• For image download, the bitmap image will be downloaded as text and if the image is larger than
the screen then only part of the image will be displayed
• Ways to access Browser - Quick access key and Feature Menu
During browser mode, if incoming call is received then the browser will be paused with the user having
the option to resume after the call.
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Simplified Alpha Text Entry - This gives the allowance to use all forms of Roman and Chinese Key
entry on a 96 X 54 display.
At present only Latin based characters can be entered using the multi tap key entry.
There are 3 forms of CKE (Chinese Key Entry):
• Pin Yin - Simplified Chinese (Mainland China)
• Bo-po-mo-pho - Complex Chinese (Taiwan)
• Stroke based method for both Simple and Complex
• Can be used with phone book and SMS features
• European and Pan American models will be able to switch between Roman and Latin Key Entry
• Asian Models will be able to switch between all Key entries.
Calling Name Presentation - This is an improvement on the existing name presentation.
• At present name from phone book is displayed by comparing last 8 digits of Number
• New feature will show name as sent by the network. This is up to 80 characters, but will be
shortened to 12 for the phonebook.
• This functionality must be subscribed to with network.
• Caller can restrict this
• On call arrival phone Number is compared to phonebook if match is found but name is not
allocated then callers name will be stored.(However if there is any text against that number it will
not be overwritten)
Display Animation - Aimed at physically showing the customer is executing commands.
Existing animations are for Power up and Down sequences.
• New animations • Incoming / sending call
• Incoming / sending SMS
• IrDA Quick Access icon
Call Divert Interrogation - This function is just a more accurate way of ensuring that the caller is
diverted to the correct number, this is mainly achieved through the co-operation of the network
providers.
Concatenated SMS - Concatenated: A series of linked events
Increases the amount of characters that can be sent and received from the phone.
Currently can send 1 SMS of 160 characters and the SIM can store 10 of these.
New functionality will support 5 X 153 Character messages and the SIM will be able to hold between
30 and 75 slots dependant on type of card and memory already allocated, each slot will hold 160
characters.
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Fig 2.1 Mechanical
pictorial Overview
Antenna
IrDA Port
Speaker Ports
Headset
Adapter
Voice
annotation key
Volume Keys
Quick access
key
Lens
Screw
Locations
Belt Clip Attachment
Batt Contacts
Sim Card
access
Charger / Accessory
socket
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2.3 Connector Pinouts
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Charger Socket Pin Layout
1.GND
3.GND
5.MAN_TEST_AD
7.RS232_RX
9.ON_2*
11.DSC_IN*
13.DSC_EN
15.GND
2.4
2.SW_RF
4.BATT_FDBK
6.RS232_TX
8.CHG_EN
10.GND
12.DOWNLINK
EXT B+
Talk Times, Weight and Volume Matrix
X
Volume
(cubic cm)
Flat / Flip
105 / 115
115 / 138
105 / 115
115 / 138
130 / 155
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White holographic film on display
Weight
Talk Time Standby time
(grams)
(minutes)
(hours)
With Battery type:
106 / 120
126 / 138
95 / 105
136 / 145
155 / 165
600mAh Li Ion
1000mAh Li
290mAh Li Polymer
600mAh NM (AAA)
2200mAh Li
150 - 210
240 – 330
60 – 90
150 – 240
480 - 660
75 – 125
130 – 200
70 – 90
100 – 200
260 - 410
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SECTION 3: FEATURE LIST
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3.1
List of Features Available
Below is the list of Menu functions available at present.
Menu
1st Generation Menu
Phone Book
Network
Selection
Call Related
Features
Call Meters
Messages
Phone Setup
nd
2 Generation Menu
3rd Generation Menu
4th Generation Menu
Th Generation Menu
6th Generation Menu
Only Available
with Headset
or Car Kit
connected
Accessory
Setup
Access
Internet
PHONE BOOK
Voice Dialing
Personal Numbers
1.Last Calls made
Last 10 Calls
1.Call Number
2.Time and Date
3.Add to Phone memory
4.Add to SIM Memory
Last Calls Received
Find Entry
by Name
Enter Name
Find Entry
By Location
Enter Location
Add Entry
Add to phone memory
1.Call Number
2.Modify Name or
number
3.Erase name or
number
4. Add or Edit Voice
Tag
5. Delete Voice Tag
Erase all Numbers
Add Voice Tag
My phone number(s)
Add to SIM Card Memory
Fixed dialing
View fixed dial list
Show Services
Setup
fixed
Dialing
Check Capacity
Enter
Pin2
1.On
2.Off
3.Edit Entry
4.Add Entry
5.Erase Entry
Check SIM Capacity
Prevent access
1.To Phone Memory
2.To SIM memory
3.To Fixed Dial list
One-Touch
Dial Setting
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1.No memory restrictions
2.To SIM card memory
3. To Phone Memory
4. To Phone and Sim Memory
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CALL RELATED
FEATURES
Show battery meter
Restrict my
Phone number
1.Show ID on next call
2.Restrict ID on next call
Call Diverting
Talk and Fax
1.On
2.Off
Call waiting
1.On
2.Off
Call Barring
Bar outgoing calls
1.Int’l Calls
2.Int’l Calls Except home
3.All Calls
4.Off
Bar Incoming Calls
1.When Roaming
2.All Calls
3.Off
Change Bar password
Cancel all barring
Key Answer
Only
(Flip Only)
1.On
2.Off
Divert Voice calls
Divert Fax Calls
Divert Data Calls
1.On
2.Off
1.On
2.Off
Divert when unavailable
1.On
2.Off
Divert all Voice calls
1.On
2.Off
Detailed Diverting
Cancel all diverting
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If Busy
1.On
2.Off
If not reachable
1.On
2.Off
If No Answer
1.On
2.Off
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Messages
Call Voicemail
Received messages
Go to Next message
Delete Message
Return Call
Edit Message
1.Send Message
2.Store Message
Reply to message
Delete all messages
Outgoing Messages
Go to next message
Send message
Edit message
1.Send message
2.Store message
Delete message
Cell broadcast
1.On
2.Off
Message Settings
1.Voicemail Number
2.Service Centre
3.Expiry Period
4.Outgoing message type
On
Off
Message Editor
Voice notes
Edit Message
Play Voice Notes
Show Time Available
Erase all Voice Notes
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1.Channel Index
2.Delete all Channels
Channel List
Language List
Send message
Enter Number
Store Message
Stored to Outgoing
Go To Next
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PHONE SETUP
Select phone line
Standard Tone
.
.
Adjust Ring volume
Music tone
Set Message Alert Tone
Edit Music Tone
1.Play Music
2.Save Music
3.Erase Music
Standard Tone
.
.
Music Tone
Set Ringer Tone
Set Ringer Tone 2
Phone Lock
Adjust Contrast
Automatic Lock
1.On
2.Off
Lock Now
Change Unlock mode
Change SIM PIN2 Code
Require SIM card pin
1.On
2.Off
3.Change SIM pin Code
New security code
Extended menus
1.On
2.Off
Activate IR Port
Ring or Vibrate
1.Ring Only
2.Vibrate Only
3.Vibrate then Ring
4.No Ring or Vibrate
Entry Method Selection
Language Selection
Show Time and Date
English
.
.
Automatic
Set Time and Date
Set Time Format
Battery saving mode
1.On
2.Off
Select Keypad tones
1.Normal Tones
2.Single Tones
3.No Tones
Phone Status
1.Status review
2.Master reset
3.Master Clear
Quick Access set up
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1. Assign key to feature
2. Add or Edit Voice Tag
3. Delete Voice Tag
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1.iTAP
2.Tap Mode
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NETWORK
SELECTION
Available
Networks
1.Register Now
2.Make Preferred
Network Search
Registration
Preferences
1.Automatic Search
2.Manual Search
Frequency of
Search
1.Slow Search
2.Medium Search
3.Fast Search
4.Continuous Search
Add network
to List
1.Choose From Available
2.Choose From Known
3.Add new Network Code
Find New
Networks
Show List of
Networks
1.Move to New Location
2.Delete Selection
Change Band
Select band
1.Change to 900 / 1800
2.Change to 1900
Preferred
Networks
CALL METERS
Show Call charges
1.Show last call
2.Total for all calls
3.Credit remaining
Show call timers
1.Show last call
2.Total for all calls
3.Reset all timers
Set audible Call Timers
Single Alert Timer
1.On
2.Off
Repetitive Timer
1.On
2.Off
Set in call Display
1.Show time per call
2.Show Charge per call
3.Show total Call charges
4.No in call display
Call charge settings
Reset Call charges
Set Total Charge Limit
1.On
2.Off
Lifetime Timer
Set Charge Type
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1.Units
2.Currency
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ACCESSORY
SETUP
NB. THIS MENU IS ONLY AVAILABLE WITH EITHER HEADSET PLUGGED IN OR
WHEN INSTALLED IN A CAR KIT.
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Mute Car Radio
1.ON
2.Off
Automatic Answer
1.On
2.Off
Automatic Handsfree
1.On
2.Off
Safety Timer
1.On
2.Off
Auxillary alert
1.On
2.Off
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SECTION 4: DISASSEMBLY &
PARTS
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4.1 Disassembly Introduction
The P7382i / P7389i is held together by 6 screws. 2 of these screws are placed under the escutcheon, at the top of
the phone.Unlike most products in the past there is no flex that holds the display module, this is held in
place with 4 clips.
Ensure that a properly grounded high impedance conductive wrist strap is used whilst performing any
tasks during the disassembly and assembly of the unit
Avoid stressing the plastics in any way to avoid damage to either the plastics or internal components.
!! CAUTION !!
Many of the intergrated devices used in this equipment are vulnerable to damage from
electro-static charges. Ensure that adequate static protection is in place when handling,
shipping and servicing the internal components of this equipment.
4.2
Recommended Tools
The following tools are recommended for use during the assembly / disassembly of the P7382i / P7389i.
• Anti-static Mat Kit - 0180386A82, includes:
Antistatic mat 66-80387A95
Ground Cord 66-80334B36
Wrist Band 42-80385A59
• Plastic Bladed Tool SLN7223A
• T5 Torx Driver
4.3
Disassembly Procedure
The following set of diagrams will demonstrate the correct sequence and action required to disassemble
the P7382i / P7389i
The use of the exploded diagram on pages 19 & 20 may be of some assistance for part recognition.
4.4
Assembly Procedure
Once the unit is disassembled and the repair is carried out, the unit must then be reassembled, this is
carried out in the exact reverse order as the disassembly.
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1. Remove battery door
by pressing down on clip
and sliding back.
2. Remove battery by
pushing and lifting at
the same time.
3. Press down and push SIM
cover to the left, then
remove SIM card.
4. Remove Escutcheon
from rear of unit.
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5. Unscrew antenna
(Anti – Clockwise)
7. Remove the rear
from the front housing
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6. Unscrew all of the 6
screws.
8. Levering from the side
opposite the headset socket,
carefully prize PCB from Front
Housing.
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9. Remove Alert speaker
from rear housing
13. Remove keypad
from front housing
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10. Remove vibrator
from rear housing
14.Remove flexible strip by
holding the front housing
facing downwards and
pulling strip up
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15. Carefully press down on
Service Indicator, if it gets
damaged / scratched during
this process, replace.
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16. Unclip the 4
retaining catches remove
the display module
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4.5
Exploded Parts Diagram
SUG1175A (Black)
3
4
2
1
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8 (X6)
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4.6 Description of Parts for SUG1175A (Black / Flat)
*For Part numbers of other variants please consult Level 1&2 parts list)
Reference No
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Spares Transceiver
Front Hsng Assy
Volume buttons
Lens
Rear Housing
Vibrator
Light Pipe
Screw
Keypad
K/Pad Domes
Alert Spkr
Speaker
Mic (& Grommet)
Display Module
Battery (RTC)
Batt Door cover
Antenna
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Part Number
S8505A
0103723S01
3803750S03
6103756S01
0103722S01
0185728J01
0185956H01
0309315B07
3885994H01
4085804H01
5009005J07
5009076E20
5085600J01
0185756G01
6003710K08
SHN7094A
8509397T01
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SECTION 5: SIM CARDS AND
SECURITY
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5.1 Manual Test Mode
The GSM Motorola P7382i / P7389i is equipped with a manual test mode capability. This capability allows
service personnel to take control of the unit, and by entering certain keypad commands, make the unit
performs desired functions.
To enter the manual test command mode, a GSM / DCS test sim (Part No 8102430Z04) must be used.
The test sim is inserted into the SIM slot beneath the battery (See figure 6.1), the battery should then
be re-inserted and the unit powered on. The # button should then be pressed for approximatly 3
second until ‘test’appears on the display, and the correct commands must then be followed.
Figure 6.1 SIM Card insertion
SIM CARD
5.2 Live Sim Card
A SIM (Subscriber Identity module) card will be required to access the existing local GSM / DCS /
PCS cellular network, or remote networks when travelling. (If the roaming agreement has been made
with the provider.)
The SIM card contains all the data necessary to access GSM services, and also:
• The ability to store user information such as phone numbers etc…
• All information required by the network provider to provide use to the network
5.3 Personality Transfer
5.3.1
Introduction
Personality Transfers are required when a phone is Express Exchanged or when the main board is
replaced. The reason for personality transfers are to reproduce the customer’s original personalized
details such as menu and stored memory such as phone books etc… or even just to program a unit with
basic user information such as language selection. There are two possible methods of transferring this
information from unit to unit, or with a master transfer, card to unit: •Normal Transfer is used when the customer’s original unit still powers up and as discussed above
the customers personalized menu selections etc… are required to be transferred to the replacement unit.
•Master Transfer is used when the faulty unit will not power up and the transfer is used to configure
the replacement board to a set standard.
Below is the procedure to set up a Master Transfer Card and to carry out each method of transfer
correctly.
5.3.2
Normal Transfer
1.
2.
3.
Insert transfer card into ‘Donor’Unit. Turn unit on till ‘Clone’appears.
Enter 021# to upload first block of data. ‘Please wait’will be displayed.
Remove card.
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5.
6.
7.
8.
Insert card into replacement unit, or unit with new main RF / Logic PCB.
Turn unit on wait till ‘Clone’appears.
Enter 03# ‘Please wait’will be displayed while data is transferred.
Repeat steps 1 – 6 but enter 022# at step 2 to transfer data on to Clone card.
Repeat steps 1 – 6 but enter 025# at step 2 to transfer data on to Clone card.
5.3.3
1.
2.
3.
Insert transfer card into a unit with the desired setup Pwr on and wait till unit displays ‘Clone’
Enter 024# to copy unit ‘personality’onto card. ‘Please wait’will be displayed
Master Transfer card is created.
5.3.4
1.
Master SIM Card Creation
Master Transfer
2.
3.
Insert Master Transfer Card (explained above) into replacement unit. Pwr on and wait till unit
displays ‘Clone’
Enter 03# to download data into replacement unit. Please wait will be displayed.
When ‘Clone’reappears download is completed.
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5.4
GSM Test Commands
This is a list of Level 1 and 2 Test commands available to P7382i / P7389i
GSM Test Commands
Table 6.1Key
TestSequence
commands
Test Function/Name
#(hold down for 2 seconds)
Enter manual test mode
01#
Exit manual test mode
07x#
Mute RX audio path
08#
Unmute RX audio path
09#
Mute TX audio path
10#
Unmute TX audio path
15x#
Generate tone
16#
Mute tone generator
19#
Display S/W version number of Call Processor
20#
Display S/W version number of Modem
36#
Initiate acoustic loopback
37#
Stop test
38#
Activate Mini SIM
39#
Deactivate Mini SIM
43x#
Change audio path
47x#
Set audio volume
51#
Enable sidetone
52#
Disable sidetone
57#
Initialize non-volatile memory
58#
Display security code
58xxxxxx#
Modify security code
59#
Display lock code
59xxx#
Modify lock code
60#
Display IMEI
99#
Display all display pixels
15XX#
Vibrator
Ringer
90#
91#
36XX#
0 or Omitted
1
2
Full Rate
Enhanced Full rate
Half Rate
98#
20#
21#
22#
23#
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5.5
Identity and Security
Each Motorola GSM Cellular Cassette will be labelled with various number configurations. The
following information describes what these configurations mean.
MSN
The mechanical Serial Number (MSN) is an individual unit identity number and will remain with the
unit throughout the life of the unit.
The MSN can be used to log and track a unit on Motorola’s EPPRS system.
The MSN is divided into 4 sections.
MSN 10 Digits
3 digits
APC
Account Product Code
I.e. Startac 130
1 digit
DC
Distribution Center
I.e. Easter Inch
2 digits
DC
4 digits
SNR
Date Code: Year and
Month of Shipment
Units individual serial
number
Figure 5.2 MSN label breakdown
IMEI
The International Mobile station Equipment Identity (IMEI) number is an individual number unique to
the PCB and is stored within the unit’s memory. The following figure gives a description of the make
up of this number.
IMEI 16 Digits
Type Approval code
6 digits
2 digits
6 digits
2 digits
TAC
FAC
SNR
IU
Distribution Center
factory code
Individual PCB Serial
Number
Internal use – spare
digits
Figure 5.3 IMEI label breakdown
Some other label number configurations that will be present will be: XCVR NUMBER: Identifies type of product. i.e. P7382i / P7389i (Usually SWF number)
PACKAGE NUMBER: Determines type of equipment, mode in which it was shipped and language
with which it was shipped.
*Due to the shortage of space on the label, the IMEI and MSN barcodes were removed, that is
except for the network provider ‘Orange’where the IMEI barcode is still in place
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SECTION 6: REPAIR AND TEST
PROCEDURES
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6.1 Repair Introduction
The P7382i / P7389i is divided into 3 main sections when it comes to part replacability: The housings which
contains the alert, speaker, mic, the main PCB which contains RF / Logic circuitry and the keypad
interface and finally the display module which connects to the main PCB via a elastomer connector. If
the RF / Logic board is required to be changed then a full service tranceiver should be ordered as there
is no replacement PCB available. Also a personality transfer would be necessary.
6.2
Mechanical repairs
Assembly replacement level troubleshooting and repair of the P7382i / P7389i is limited to isolation and
replacement of the main mechanical parts only (See Exploded parts diagram and associated parts list
p19 & p20)
6.3
Basic Modular Troubleshooting
The troubleshooting information in Table 2 shows some typical malfunction symptoms, and for the
corresponding verification and repair procedures refer to the disassembly instructions located in the
disassembly section of this manual. (Section 4).
NOTE
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with pre-tested, pre-phased assemblies
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Repair Chart
Table 2. GSM P7382i / P7389i Cellular Telephone: Troubleshooting and Repair Chart. (Assembly Replacement
Level).
SYMPTOM
Personal telephone will not turn on or
stay on
2. Personal telephone exhibits poor
reception and/or erratic operation
(such as calls frequently dropping,
Weak and/or distorted audio, etc.).
3. Display is erratic, or provides
Partial or no display.
PROBABLE CAUSE
a) Battery pack either
discharged or defective
Measure battery. If the battery voltage is <4.00 V dc,
recharge the battery using the appropriate battery
charger. If the battery will not recharge, replace the
battery.
If battery is not at fault, proceed to b.
b) Battery connectors open
or misaligned.
Visually inspect the battery connectors on both the
battery assembly and the portable telephone.
Re-align and, if necessary, replace either the
Battery or the battery connector assembly. Removing
the battery connector assembly has to be done with
extreme care to avoid damaging the housings. If
battery connectors are not at fault, proceed to c
c) Logic/RF Board
Assembly
Defective.
Remove the Logic/RF Assembly. Substitute a known
good assembly and temporarily reassemble the unit.
Depress the PWR button; if unit turns on and stays
on, disconnect the dc power source and reassemble
the telephone with the new Logic/RF Board
assembly (see personality transfer). Verify that the
fault has been cleared. If the fault has not been
cleared then proceed to d.
d) Display circuit failure
Disassemble unit and remove LCD module and
insert known good module. Insert Battery and
depress PWR button. Ensure unit stays on, if OK
reassemble unit in new housing assembly
a) Antenna is defective
b) Logic/RF Board
Assembly
Defective.
Check to make sure that the antenna pin is properly
connected into the Logic/ RF assembly. If OK,
substitute a known good antenna and test in a call. If
the fault is still
present, proceed to b.
Replace Logic/RF Assembly (refer to symptom 1c).
Verify that the fault has been cleared and
Re-assemble the unit with the new PCB.
a) Mating connections to /
from LCD Module faulty.
Dissasemble unit, check general condition of pads to
display. If OK proceed to b.
b) LCD module is
Defective.
Substitute a known good LCD module onto the
suspect board and connect to DC Pwr supply.
Depress PWR and ensure display is now correct, if
Ok rebuild unit with new LCD module if LCD
module is not at fault proceed to c.
Replace Logic / RF Assembly (refer to symptom 1c).
Verify that the fault has been cleared and
Re-assemble the unit with the new PCB.
c) Logic/RF Board
Assembly
Defective.
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SYMPTOM
4. Incoming call alert transducer
audio distorted or volume is too
low.
PROBABLE CAUSE
a) Faulty alert Transducer
b) Main RF / Logic PCB
defective
5. Personal telephone transmit
audio is weak, (usually indicated by
called parties complaining of
difficulty in hearing voice from
personal phone).
a) Microphone connections to
The main RF / Logic board are
defective.
Gain access to the Microphone as described in the
DISASSEMBLY instructions in this manual. . Check
connections. If connector is faulty proceed to c if the
connector is OK, proceed to b.
b) Microphone defective
Gain access to microphone. Disconnect and
substitute a known good Microphone. Place a call
and verify as heard by called party. If good, reassemble portable with new Microphone. If
Microphone is not at fault, re-install original
Microphone and proceed to c.
Replace Logic/RF Board Assembly (refer to
symptom 1c). Verify that the fault has been cleared
and re-assemble the unit with the new PCB.
Gain access to Logic/RF board as described in the
DISASSEMBLY instructions in this manual. Check
pads on the Logic/RF circuit board. Clean pads if
necessary. If pad is at fault proceed to d. If
connection is not at fault, Proceed to b.
Remove speaker from front housing and insert
known good speaker. Place a call and verify
improvement in earpiece audio. If better, reassemble
the phone with the good speaker. If it was no better
then proceed to c.
c) Logic/RF Board Assembly
defective.
6. Personal telephone receive audio
is weak and/or distorted. (From
speaker)
a) Connections to/from speaker
and Logic/RF Circuit board
defective.
b) Earpiece Speaker defective.
7. Personal telephone will not
recognize/accept SIM card
c) Antenna assembly is
defective.
Attempt a re-phasing of the unit and recheck the
symptom. If symptom is the same but unit re-phases
correctly, check to make sure the antenna
connector is correctly soldered to the main board and
that the antenna is fitted correctly. If ok, substitute a
known good antenna assembly. If this does not cure
the fault, re-install the original assembly then
proceed to d.
d) Logic/RF Board Assembly
Defective.
d) Replace Logic/RF Assembly (refer to symptom
1c). Verify that the fault has been cleared and
Re-assemble the unit with the new PCB.
a) SIM card defective
Initially check that the contacts on the card are not
dirty. Clean if necessary, and check if fault has been
eliminated. If the contacts are clean, insert a
Known good SIM card into the portable telephone.
Power up the unit and confirm whether or not the
card has been accepted. If the fault no longer
Exists, the defective SIM card should be replaced. If
the SIM card is not at fault, proceed to b.
Replace Logic/RF Board Assembly (refer to
symptom 1c). Verify that the fault has been cleared
and re-assemble the unit with the new PCB.
b) Logic/RF Board Assembly
Defective.
8. Phone does not sense when flip is
Opened or closed (L189 Only)
(usually indicated by inability to
answer incoming calls by opening
the flip, or inability to make
outgoing calls).
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Remove suspect alert transducer from rear housing
and replace with known good alert. If fault does not
clear proceed to b)
Replace Logic/RF Board Assembly (refer to
symptom 1c). Verify that the fault has been cleared
and re-assemble the unit with the new PCB.
a) Magnet in flip defective
Replace Front / flip assembly with known good one,
refer to the DISASSEMBLY instructions in this
manual. Place call to portable phone and verify
ability to answer by opening flip. If faulty rebuild
phone with new front / flip Assy. If fault is still
present, replace original front/flip assembly and
proceed to b.
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SYMPTOM
PROBABLE CAUSE
b) Reed Switch defective
VERIFICATION AND REMEDY
Gain access to RF / Logic PCB as
described in the DISASSEMBLY
instructions in this manual. Unsolder the
reed switch and replace with a known
good one. Reassemble unit. Place call to
portable phone and verify ability to
answer by opening flip. If fault still
present, replace original reed switch and
proceed to c.
9. Internal Charger not working
a) Faulty charger circuit on main
Board.
10. No / Weak audio when using headset
a) Headset not fully pushed home
Test a selection of batteries in the rear
pocket of the desktop charger.
Check LED display for the charging
indications. If these are charging ok,
then the internal charger is at fault.
Replace Logic/RF Board Assembly
(refer to symptom 1c). Verify that the
Fault has been cleared and re-assembles
the unit with the new PCB.
Fully ensure the ‘click’is felt on the
jack socket. If still at fault proceed to b)
Replace Logic/RF Board Assembly
(refer to symptom 1c). Verify that the
fault has been cleared and re-assemble
the unit with the new PCB.
Ensure unit is no more than 25cm away
from the IrDA device that will be talked
to, also ensure as good as alignment as
possible. If still no connection proceed
to b)
Check unit against known good IrDA
device to see if connection is made. If
fault still present refer to c)
Replace Logic/RF Board Assembly
(refer to symptom 1c). Verify that the
fault has been cleared and re-assembles
the unit with the new PCB.
b) Faulty Jack Socket / Defective PCB
11. No IrDA Connection
a) Alignment of handset / IrDA device
b) Remote Device faulty
c) Logic/RF Board Assembly
Defective.
6.4
Software Upgrade
For information on setting up and equipment required for the flashing of software, contact should be
made with the local technical support engineer.
Flashing must take place using the Emmi2D box.
6.5
Flexing
For information on setting up and equipment for flexing, contact should be made with the local
technical support engineer.
*IrDA does not support flashing or flexing, only Data transfer
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6.6
Testing on HP8922
Power Supply
HP8922
GSM Test
Set
PSU Cable
83220E
Down
Converter
RF Cable
P7382i / P7389i under
Test
NB* To test the PCB on its own without a housing or SIM card the unit must first be put into test mode
and then into Tx or Rx mode using the applicable manual test commands. Ensure that a battery is
present during this, as the battery acts as a SIM card presence detect for the unit. The PCB can then be
taken out of the housing for any analysis.
6.7 Testing IrDA Port
To test the IrDA port the following set up should be followed, the distance between handset and IrDA
port should be less than 30cm and although accurate alignment is not neccesary the two should be lined
up as well as possible.
Note. Software is required for both the P7382i / P7389i IrDA link and also the host IrDA port.
A CD Rom will be shipped with the unit to enable data transfer, the drivers for the host IrDA device
should be supplied with the device. For testing all we are looking for is the discovery frame between
PC and handset.
PC
Stand Alone
IrDA port
!
P7382i / P7389i
• Please note this set up can only be used for Data Transfer not
Flashing or Flexing.
Also,Windows NT does not have the drivers to support IrDA
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6.8
Testing on Go / NoGo tester
The set up for the GO / NOGO tester must be set up as per above. The tester must be set up as per
GSM specifications.
The test incorporates the basic live call, during which many of the RF parameters are checked. This test
can be ran in ‘Autotest’mode, where the radio is classified at the end of the test as a Pass or Fail. This
can be used to indicate whether or not a unit is performing to spec through the Butt Plug only.
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SECTION 7: ACCESSORIES
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7.1 Introduction: The following is a short description of accessories available for the P7382i / P7389i
that are currently available, a list of these with corresponding part numbers will follow
shortly.
•
Half Rate travel charger
–
–
•
•
Belt remains on belt
Compact and light weight
Included in every package
leather pouch stylish alternative to the plastic belt clip
Same as StarTAC (SYN4241)
Professional Install Digital Hands-free Car Kit
–
Includes new mini hang up cup
–
Easy one handed insertion
Data cable (with level translators):
–
•
No external adapter required
Cigarette Lighter Adapter
–
•
Same headset as Zap (SYN6962)
Leather carry cases
–
•
Sliding door concept reduces size and improves portability
Mini Pivoting Belt Clip
–
–
–
•
Can charge phone and second battery
Headset with Microphone and earpiece (PHFA)
–
–
•
Folding US blades built in
Mini Rapid Desktop Charger
–
–
•
Included in every package
Allows full data and fax functionality without PC Card
Range of Batteries
–
–
600 mAh LiIon
1100 mAh LiIon
Additional battery options available in the future
7.2
Mid-rate Charger Information
This is a linear DC supply that plugs into the charger socket of the unit and allows the user to
simultaneously make and receive calls. A battery must be inserted for a call to take place. If a battery is
completely dead the battery will charge for 30 secs.
Whilst in call the display will show 1 flashing ‘Battery Level Bar’, this will be re-assessed once the call
has ended.
*AA Batteries will not be able to be used, as this will cause damage to the unit through
overcharging.
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7.3
Accessory Listing
Pno
Description
Responsible
Availability Notes
PWR supplies
SPN4652 Mid rate switch mode charger
WW Accy
Mar-99
w/ US folding plug
Chargers & plugs
SPN4660 Mid rate switch mode charger (China)
WW Accy
Mar-99
w/ US folding plug
SPN4604 Mini Rae Charger
WW Accy
Done
w/ US folding plug
SYN7455 UK Plug
WW Accy
Done
SYN7456 Euro Plug
WW Accy
Done
SYN7457 Aus Plug
WW Accy
Done
SYN7458 Indian Plug
WW Accy
Done
SYN7460 Korea Plug
WW Accy
Done
SPN4608 DT charger (rapid 2-pocket)
Core P7389
At Launch
SYN4241 CLA
Done
Done
SNN5517 Li Slim LSQ6 600mAh
Core P7389
At Launch
SNN5435 Li Slim LSQ6 530mAh
Core V3688
Done
Compatible w/ V3688
SNN5451 Li LSQ8
Core V3688
Done
Compatible w/ V3688
SHN7094 Door Slim Blk
Core P7389
At Launch
Li Poly & LSQ6
SHN7239 Door Slim Galaxy Grey
Core P7389
At Launch
Li Poly & LSQ6
SHN7240 Door Slim Sea Blue
Core P7389
At Launch
Li Poly & LSQ6
SHN7905 Door Large Blk
Core P7389
At Launch
LSQ8 & AAA Std
SHN7241 Door Large Galaxy Grey
Core P7389
At Launch
LSQ8 & AAA Std
SHN7242 Door Large Sea Blue
Core P7389
At Launch
LSQ8 & AAA Std
SYN6962 HeadSet w/ mic & earpiece in pouch
Done
Done
Same as V3688
SYN5195 HATIS device
Done
Done
Same as 8700
SHN7175 Belt clip
Core P7389
At Launch
SYN7915 Leather case (stays on phone)
Regional
At Launch
SYN7914 Leather case (stays on belt)
Regional
At Launch
SKN4973 Data cadle w/ adapter and level x-lators
Communicate Feb-99
TBD
Communicate At Launch
Batteries
Doors
HeadSet
Wearability Accy
Data Accy
Car Kits
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SYN7916 New HUC Assy
Core P7389
At Launch
S8543
DSP prof install
Core P7389
At Launch
S8464
DSP easy install HF carkit
WW Accy
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Same as V3688
HUC not Incl
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SECTION 8: GLOSSARY OF
TERMS
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8.1 List of Abbreviations
Those marked ** are Motorola specific abbreviations.
µBGA
Micro Ball Grid Array
A Interface
A3
A5
A8
AB
A-bis
ACCH
ACSE
AGCH
AMPS
AOC
ARFCN
ARQ
ASIC
AUC
AUT (H)
Interface between MSC and BSS
Authentication algorithm
Stream cipher algorithm
ciphering key generating algorithm
Access Burst
Interface between BSC and BTS
Associated Control Channel
Association Control Service Element
Access Grant Channel
Advance Mobile Phone System
Advice of charge
Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number
Automatic Request for retransmission
Application Specific Integrated Circuit
Authentication Center
Authentication
BA
BAIC
BAOC
BCC
BCCH
BCD
BGA
BCU
Bm
BN
BS
BSC
BSIC
BSS
BSSAP
BSSC
BSSMAP
BSSOMAP
BSU
BTS
BCCH Allocation
Barring of All Incoming Calls
barring of all Outgoing Calls
Base Transceiver Station (BTS) Color Code
Broadcast Control Channel
Binary Coded Decimal
Ball Grid Array
BTS Control Unit **
Full-rate traffic channel
Bit Number
Base Station
Base Station Controller
Base Transceiver Station Identity Code
Base Station System
BSS Application Part (DTAP and BSSMAP)
Base Station System Control Cabinet **
Base Station Systems Management Application Part
BSS Operation and Maintenance Application Part
Base Site Controller Unit **
Base Transceiver Station
CA
CBCH
cc
cc
CC
CCBS
CCH
CCCH
CDMA
CFS
CFU
CLIP
CLIR
CM
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Call Allocation
Call Broadcast Channel
Call Control
Country Code
Cellular Cassette
Completion of Calls to Busy Subscribers
Control Channel
Common Control Channel
Code Division Multiple Access
Call Forwarding on mobile Subscriber busy
Call Forwarding Unconditional
Calling Line Identification Presentation
Calling Line Identification Restriction
Connection Management
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COLP
COLR
CONF
Connected Line identification Presentation
Connected Line identification Restriction
Conference Call add on
CSPDN
CUG
CW
Circuit Switched Public Data Network
Closed User Group
Call Waiting
DB
DBS
DCCH
DET
DFE
DISC
DL
Dm
Dm
Dp
DRCU
DRX
DTAP
DTE
DTMF
DTX
Dummy Burst
Distributed Base Station **
Dedicated Control Channel
Detach
Decision Feedback Equalizer
Disconnect
Data Link (layer)
Control Channel (ISDN terminology applied to mobile service)
Signaling channel
Dialed Pulse
Diversity Radio Channel Unit**
Discontinuous Reception
Direct Transfer Application Part
Data Terminal Equipment
Dual Tone Multi-Frequency (tone signaling type)
Discontinuous Transmission
E
Eb/No
EC
Ec/No
EGSM
EFR
EIR
EIRP
EMC
EMX
ETSI
erlang
Energy per Bit/Noise floor
Echo Canceller
Ratio of energy per modulating bit to the noise spectral density
Extended Group special Mobile
Enhanced Full Rate
Equipment Identity Register
Effective Isotropic Radiated Power
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Electronic Mobile Exchange **
European Telecommunications Standards Institute
FACCH
FACCH/F
FACCH/H
FB
FCCH
FEC
FN
FR
FTAM
GCC
GMSC
GMSK
GSM
GSM MS
GSM PLMN
HANDO
HATIS
HDLC
HLR
HOLD
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Fast Associated Control channel
Full rate Fast Associated Control channel
Half rate fast Associated Control channel
Frequency correction burst
Frequency Correction Channel
Forward Error Correction
Frame Number
Full Rate
File Transfer Access Management
Global Call Center
Gateway Mobile Services Switching Center
Gaussian Minimum Shift Keying
Group Special Mobile
GSM Mobile Station
GSM Public Land Mobile Network
Handover
Hearing Aid Telephone Interconnection System
High Level Data Link Control
Home Location Register
Call Hold (Supplementary Service)
European Customer Services
P7382i / P7389i
HPLMN
HPU
HR
HSN
Home PLMN
Hand Portable Unit
Half Rate
Hopping Sequence Number
I
IA5
ID
IMEI
IMM
IMSI
IN
INDY
IrDA
ISC
ISU
ISDN
ISUP
IWF
Information (frames)
International Alphanumeric 5
Identification
International Mobile Equipment Identity
Immediate assignment message
International Mobile Subscriber Identity
Intelligent Network
Iridium 9500 handset
Infra Red Data Association
International Switching Center
Iridium Subscriber Unit
Integrated Services Digital Network
ISDN User Part
Interworking Function
Kc
Ki
ciphering Key
Individual subscriber authentication key
LAC
LAI
LAPB
LAPDm
Lm
LPC
LR
Location Area Code
Location Area Identification (Identity)
Link Access Procedure ‘B’(balanced) channel
Link Access Procedure ‘DM’(mobile ‘D’) channel
Traffic channel (with capacity lower than Bm)
Linear Predictive Code
Location Register
MA
MAH
MAI
MAIO
MAP
MCC
MCI
MD
ME
MF
MLSE
MM
MMI
MNC
MO
MO/PP
MoU
MRN
MS
MSC
MSCM
MSIN
MSISDN
MSRN
MT
MTP
MT/PP
Mobile Allocation
Mobile Access Hunting
Mobile Allocation Index
Mobile Allocation Index Offset
Mobile Application Part
Mobile Country Code
Malicious Call Identification
Mediation Device
Mobile Equipment
Multi-Frequency (tone signaling type)
Maximum Likelihood Sequence Estimator
Mobility Management
Man Machine Interface
Mobile Network Code
Mobile Originated
Mobile Originated Point to Point messages
Memorandum of Understanding
Mobile Roaming Number
Mobile Station
Mobile Services Switching Center
Mobile Station Class Mark
Mobile Station Identification Number
Mobile Station international ISDN number
Mobile Station Roaming Number
Mobile Termination
Message Transfer Part
Mobile Terminated Point to Point messages
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NAMPS
NB
NE
NET
NM
NHC
North American-Advance Mobile Phone System
Normal Burst
Network Elements
Norme European de Telecommunications
Network Management
Network Management Center
O&M
OACSU
OCB
OMAP
OMC
OMCR
OMCS
OSI
Operations and Maintenance
Off Air Call Set-Up
Outgoing Calls Barred
Operations and Maintenance Application Part (previously was OAMP)
Operations and Maintenance Center
Operations and Maintenance Center -Radio Part
Operations and Maintenance Center -Switch Part
Open System Interconnection
PAD
PCH
PDN
PIN
PLMN
POTS
PSPDN
PSTN
PTO
Packet Assembly Disassembly facility
Paging Channel
Public Data Networks
Personal Identification Number
Public Land Mobile Network
Plain Old Telephone Service (basic telephone services)
Public Switched Packet Data Network
Public Switched Telephone
Public Telecommunications Operator
QOS
Quality of Service
RAB
RACH
RBDS
RBU
RCU
REC
REL
RELP-LTP
REQ
RFCH
RFN
RLP
ROSE
RXCDR
RXLEV
RXQUAL
SABM
SACCH
SAPI
SB
SC
SCCP
SCH
SCP
SDCCH
SDL
SFH
SIM
SMS
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Random Access Burst
Random Access Channel
Remote BSS Diagnostic Subsystem **
Remote Base Station Unit (PCN) **
Radio Channel Unit **
Recommendation
Release
Regular Pulse Excitation - Long Term Prediction
Request
Radio Frequency Channel
Reduced TDMA Frame Number
Radio Link Protocol
Remote Operations Service Element (a CCITT specification for O&M)
Remote Transcoder Unit **
Received signal level
Received signal quality
Set Asynchronous Balance Model
Slow Associated Control Channel
Service Access Point Indicator (Identifier)
Synchronization Burst
Service Center
Signaling Connection Control Part
Synchronization Channel
Service Control Point - an intelligent network entity
Stand-alone Dedicated Control Channel
Specification Description Language
Slow Frequency Hopping
Subscriber Identity Module
Short Message Service
European Customer Services
P7382i / P7389i
SMSCB
SND
SP
SRES
SS
SS
STP
Short Message Service Call Broadcast
SeND
Signaling Point
Signed RESponse (authentication)
Supplementary Service
System Simulator
Signaling Transfer Point
SYSGEN
SYStem GENeration
TA
TA
TCAP
TCH
TCH/F
TCH/FS
TCH/HS
TCP
TDMA
TE
TMN
TMSI
TN
TRX
TTY
TS
TUP
Terminal Adapter
Timing Advance
Transaction Capabilities Application Part
Traffic Channel
A full rate TCH
A full rate speech TCH
A half rate speech TCH
Transmission Control Protocol
Time Division Multiple Access
Terminal Equipment
Telecommunications Management Network
Temporary Mobile Subscriber Identity
Timeslot Number
Transceivers
TeleTYpe (refers to any terminal)
Time Slot
Telephone Users Part
UI
Um
USSD
Unnumbered Information frame
Air Interface
Unstructured Supplementary Services Data
VAD
VLR
VLSI
VPLMN
Voice Activity Detection
Visited Location Register
Very Large Scale Integration (IC)
Visited PLMN
XC
XCDR
Transcoder
Transcoder **
3PTY
Three party service
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P7382i / P7389i - RF SCHEMATICS
P7382i / P7389i - AL SCHEMATICS
P7382i / P7389i - BLOCK DIAGRAM - PAGE 1/2
H2, H1, H3
J5, J3, J2
KEYPAD
K3
DISPLAY
A11 INTERFACE
SIMPD0
LS1_IN
LS2_IN
SIM_TX
SIM_RX
IrDA_EN
VIB_EN
EXT_CHG_EN
HEAD_INT_L
CLK_SELCT
TX_EN
DM_CS
TX_KEY
RX_EN
RX_ACQ
RESET
( SDTX ) BDX
BCLKR
( SDFS ) BFSR
( SDRX ) BDR
15 PIN EXT CONN. J 600
DSC_EN
13
V2
IrDA_EN
5
AUDIO SPI
3,8
6
7
U500
IRDA
F5
2
8
14
SW_RF
EXT_B+
GND
5
1
3
10
15
ON / OFF
9
MAN_TEST_AD
GND
GND
GND
H10
EXT_B+
B2 SENSE
A2
B3 CNTL.
D9
DSC_EN_AD
DOWNLINL_AD
BATT_THERM_AD
ISENSE
G_CAP2
R976
4
Q938
HEAD_INT_L
2
6-8
4,6
2
Q909
Q904
3
Q900
1
-10V
-5V
1
KBR0, KBR1, KBR2
to WhiteCap
KBC0, KBC1, KBC2
DEEP SLEEP
V1_SW
KEYPAD
BACK
LIGHT
ALERT_VCC
from G CAP2
CIRCUIT
B
BKLT_EN
from WhiteCap
7,8
C
Q907
E
1
5
U501
4
J5001 J5002
VIBRA CON.
BATT+
EXT_B+
CLK
1
RESET
2
SIM_I/O
6
J803
SIM
Con.
4
3
VSIM1
LS1_IN
LS2_IN
SIM_TX
SIM_RX
PWR_SW
STBY_DL
V3
REG.
B5
J5
V1
REG.
A6
VSIM
REG.
C6
RX SIGNAL PATH
TX SIGNAL PATH
VREF 2.775V,for Magic
V3 1,8V, for WhiteCap
V2 2.775V, for WhiteCap logic outputs, RAM, FLASH, EEPROM
V1 5.0V, for DSC Bus, Negative Voltage Regulator
VSIM1 3.0 or 5.0V, for SIM Card Circuit
C5, B6
A10, C10
E1
MAIN VCO SIGNAL PATH
TUNING VOLTAGES
REFERENCE CLOCK
Orderable Part
Non - Orderable Part
CR902
L901
V_BOOST1 Internal GCap use only (VSIM1, LS_V1)
ALRT_VCC
B+
VREF
STBY_DL
V1
V2
CHRGC
MAIN_FET
G9
VBOOST1
REG.
1-3
ALRT
R977
Q901
4
SR_VCC
5-8
14
4
15
PWR_SW
from G CAP2
1-3
B10
ALRTOUT
SPR-
HEADSET
CON.
SPKR
V2
SPR+
PA_DRV
MIC
H9
U903
2
1
B+
VREF
REG.
V2
REG.
H6 H7 K9 J9
V1
U904
( WhiteCap ) VIB_EN
G4
Logic Control
J504
4
5
K7
G6
K10
H8
C8
E18
A5
K6
( -10V )
D7
F8
ISENSE
J2
K1
R_W
CE0
CE1
GND
R_W
DP_EN_L
4
D2
C2
1
U701
EPROM
B3 EEPROM
INT.
DIV.
BATT_THERM_AD
R913
G5
U902
B4
3
1,2,5,6
4
LEVEL J7
SHIFT
J8
Interface
Audio
Codec
G5
13
2
V2
RESET
A4, E1, F5
SRAM
Q905
3
F6
C4
Q902
MIDRATE_1
MIDRATE_2
ON_2
2
2
EXT_B+
U900
A1
V2
BATT CON. GND
For description of Midrate Charger
1
see document on: emeacs.fle.css.mot.com
J604
2
4
3
B+
CHRG_EN
BATT+
4
BATT_SER_DATA
CR903 4
D9
C7
D6 CHARGE E8
REAL TIME SELECT F10
CLOCK
F7
SENSE D10
SPI
INTERFACE
11
12
UPLINK
BATT_FDBK
to J600
A7 B7
to Antenna Switch
RESET
DOWNLINK
STBY_DL
BATT_SER_DATA
URXD
from Charger
UTXD
EXT_CHG_EN
F1
RTC_BATT
BATT_FDBK
3
D0-D7 5-12
RESET
D9
B9
TIMER
B7 P4
A1
R_W
H5
PB6
CHARGE L7
L6
SPI
INTERFACE
D6, E1
B2 U702
CE3
B11
CTM
UART
A5 INTERF.
A6
A0
C702-C706
SR_VCC
CE2
C9
E10
DSP
DSC
J902
V1-V5
MAGIC_13MHz
RS232_TX
B4
D4
A3
K2
7
6
4
RS232_RX
CPU
to MAGIC
DATA BUS
Y900
from / to MAGIC
B3
MAGIC SPI
ADDRESS BUS
I
N
T
E
R
F
A
C
E
B6
SERIAL
INTER
FACE
V3
M
E
M
O
R
Y
U700
B2
K1
C2
A1
N3
C1
A1
C1
E2
CTM
E2
E1
E1
E3 MODULE
E3
E4
E4
P2
P2
( TX_CLK ) BCLKX
V2
SPI
INTERFACE
A4
E9
SIM
E7
F3 INTER
B5 FACE
GCLK
32.768 KHz
U905
WHITE_CAP
GCAP_CLK 13 MHz
BATT_THERM_AD
A9, A10, C5, K6, K10, M8, M11
GCAP SPI
V2
VDDS
VCC_MEMIF
VDD
VCCA
C14, F10, G4, H4, K5, P13
DISPLAY
KBR0, KBR1, KBR2
to Keyboard KBC0, KBC1, KBC2
BKLT_EN
to Display DP_EN_L
ALRT_VCC to Backlight
P7382i / P7389i - BLOCK DIAGRAM - PAGE 2/2
RX MID CHANNELS
GSM: CH 62 -- 947,4 MHz
EGSM: CH 37 -- 942,4Mhz
DCS: CH 700 -- 1842,8MHz
PCS: CH 661 -- 1960MHz
A9
RF_V2
-3,5dB
+13 dB
3
C
Q400
FL400
EXT ANT
SW_RF
from J600
Pin2
6
B
5
RX275_GSM
-0,6dB
3
V2 2
2
V1
9
3
3
-2dB
E
C7
F2
D
2,75V RF_V2
FL1401
C
DCS_PCS LNA
G
Q242
S
S
Q240
B+
2,75V RF_V1
RXI
RX
RXQ
SPI
DEMODULATION
D
H1
H2
PHASE
DET
Divider
200KHz
G
RX VCO MID CHANNELS
GSM: CH 62 -- 1347,4 MHz
EGSM: CH 37 -- 1342,4Mhz
DCS: CH 700 -- 1442,8MHz
PCS: CH 661 -- 1560MHz
13MHz
H7, C8,
J1, B3
4
DM_CS
Q380
5-8
PA_B+
-0,2dB
11-14
C1
RVCO_DCS
RX VCO FRQ. RANGE
EGSM: 1325 - 1360Mhz
DCS: 1405 - 1480MHz
PCS: 1530 - 1590MHz
+6bB
-5dB
+11,5dB
C
7
PA
Q331
B
U250
RX VCO
A3
RVCO_275
6
R336
C
Q330
B
FILTERED_-5V
VRef
13MHz VCO
CR248
H9, J9
J6
G6
PHASE
DET
AFC
Divider
Prog.
Divider
200KHz
REF.
REF. OSC.
MAGIC_13MHz
to WhiteCap
CLK_SELCT
from WhiteCap
E1
Y200
26 MHz
E2
PLL
J8
R333
GP04
DM_CS
GATE CTRL CIRCUIT
to WhiteCap
( SDRX ) BDR
26MHz
SW_V1
2, 8
TX_275
( SDFS ) BFSR
Startup
Ref.
1 /2
Q1102
-2 dB
CR330
U300
B1
J7
MUX
A1
1,5V - 3,2V
5
4
3
0db 1
+21dB
4,10-15
SF_OUT
RVCO_PCS
( SCLK_OUT ) BCLKR
G1
F1
6
B+
G9
G8
SW_VCC
B
Q1400
A7 STEP
ATT.
C
400 MHz
Q450
F7
C
Q480
FL457
1805-1990MHz
1805-1880MHz
-2,5dB
RVCO_DCS
1-3
TX FRQ. RANGE
EGSM: 880-915Mhz
DCS: 1710-1785MHz
PCS:1850-1910MHz
5
4
FL1400
RX_EN
FILTERED_-5V
RF_V1
TX_EN
4
1
U400
7
5
V1
V2
U151
U401
SWITCH
2 CONTROL
1
+12dB
6
FL2400
B
C
B
+12dB
-5dB
E
+10dB
RX275_DPCS
RVCO_PCS
-2,5dB
1930-1990MHz
RX275
C
Q450
U200
MAGIC
C8
CR249 RF_V1
2
+10dB
925-960MHz
PLL
Q203
RX_EN
4
800MHz D9
SUPER
FILTER
10
925-960MHz
7
4
U150
Q112
FL401
B
Osc.
discrete
circuty
SWITCH
GSM LNA
-2,5dB
RX
LOCAL
OSCILLATOR
REG.
RX275_DCS
RX_GSM_PCS
A1
F4
C4
A4
SPI
LOGIC
CONTROL
G5
( SPI_CLK ) MOSPI_CLK1
INTER H4
FACE
SF_OUT
( CE ) MQSPI_CS1
J3
( SPI_DATA ) DX1
6
from WhiteCap
EXC
7
U390 PAC
RF_IN
2
DET
TX VCO FRQ. RANGE
EGSM: 880-915Mhz
DCS: 1710-1785MHz
PCS:1850-1910MHz
1, 3
TX VCO MID CHANNELS
GSM: CH 62 -- 902,4MHz
EGSM: CH 37 -- 897,4Mhz
DCS: CH 700 -- 1747,8MHz
PCS: CH 661 -- 1880MHz
TX_275
SAT.
4, 14
10
12
8
11
DETECT_SW
AOC_DRIVE
SAT_DETECT
RX275_DCS
RX_GSM_PCS
RVCO_PCS
RVCO_DCS
RX275_GSM
RX275_DPCS
TX_275
TX275_GSM
TX275_DPCS
TX_DCS
FILTERED_-5V
U350
TX VCO
+6-8dBm
TX_KEY_OUT
2
5
4
1,5V - 3,2V
TX LOOP
FILTER
3
( SDTX ) BDX
RF_V2
TX275_GSM
*GSM_SEL
2
TX275_DPCS
TX_DCS
MODULATION
*PCS_SEL
4
TXI
TX
TXQ
SPI
1
J2
( TX_CLK ) BCLKX
G7
Q100
3
*DCS_SEL
DETECT_SW
A5
AOC_DRIVE
B6
SAT_DETECT
TX_KEY_OUT
B4
H8
PA
CONTROL
LOGIC
J4
CONTROL H5
DM_CS
TX_KEY
from WhiteCap
C5
RX SIGNAL PATH
GSM / DPCS SELECT CIRCUIT
For description of GSM / DPCS Select Circuit
see document on: emeacs.fle.css.mot.com
RX_ACQ
REFERENCE CLOCK
TX SIGNAL PATH
Orderable Part
MAIN VCO SIGNAL PATH
Non - Orderable Part
TUNING VOLTAGES
P7382i / P7389i - BOARD LAYOUT - PAGE 1/2
P7382i / P7389i - BOARD LAYOUT - PAGE 2/2
P7382i / P7389i - SIGNAL FLOW
RX275_GSM
RX275
RVCO_PCS
RVCO_275
SF_OUT
TX275_DPCS
V1_SW
RF_V2
V1_SW
-5V
-10V
TX_EN
V_BOOST1
VREF
V2
H10
N
M
D
SH1
GSM
RX275_DPCS
2
A9
D9
LO2_CP
5
LO2_EMIT
A7 PRE_IN
942,5MHz
G
PLL_EMITJ9
PLL_BASEH9
WHITE_CAP
PLL_CP J7
1
CLK-OUT J6
A1CP_RX
B1CP_TX
RX_VCO_IC
3
E2
E1
26MHz
J600
K1
1897MHz
K9 ALRTOUT
4
B
6
5
4
GND
SH2
E
H6 SPKR-
H
6
DCS
1960MHz
1
2
1842,8MHz
SH3
1
1
4
BATT_THERM_AD 2
1
CLK
6
7
5
4
3
10
1
8
14
2
BATT_SER_DATA 3
RESET
VPP
SIM_CONN
BATT+
5
PAC
I
6
4
4
7
RVCO_DCS
GND
6
7
4
5
3
3 SIM_Vcc
1 2
4
H7SPKR+
SRAM
TX_VCO_IC
A
SIM_I/O
F
GCAP II
32,768MHz
RVCO_PCS
BATT_CONN
5
PCS
2
1
3
1
EXT CONN
1
NC
2
SW_RF
3
GND
4
BATT_FDBK
5
MAN_TEST_AD
6
RS232_TX
7
RS232_RX
8
RX_CHRG_EN
9
ON_2
10
GND
11
UPLINK
12
DOWNLINK
13
DSC_EN
14
EXT_B+
15
GND
FLASH
EPROM
1
8
EXT_CONN
5
MIC_OUT
C
XTAL_BASE
A3PRSC_IN
XTAL_EMIT
6
DCS/PCS
J902
MAGIC
J
K
RX275_DCS
TX275
TX_GSM
TX275
TX275_GSM
PA_B+
TX_DCS
PA_B+
RX275_DPCS
TX275_GSM
SF_OUT
RVCO_PCS
TX_GSM
TX_DCS
RX275_GSM_PCS
L
B+
STBY_DL
TX275
B+
RX275_GSM_PCS
RX_EN
VSIM1
RX275
V1
V3
RVCO_275
L
E
9
8
11
12
13
14
7
G
K
IPA
I
SH6
J
2
1
F
16
MIC
2
GSM
942,5MHz
5
RTC_BATT_CONN
H
B
DISPLAY_CONN
SH7
A
C
SH5
1
D
400MHz
5
SH4
M
RX Local Osc.
N
TX_EN
RF_V2
HEADSET JACK
SAW FILTER
RVCO_DCS
*PCS_SEL
SW_VCC
*DCS_SEL
*GSM_SEL
RX275_GSM
RX275_DCS
V1_SW
STBY_DL
V1
A
GSM RX ANTENNA SIGNAL
B
FILTERED GSM RX ANTENNA SIGNAL
C
UNFILTERED IF 400MHz
D
AMPLIFIED IF 400MHz
E
RX SPEAKER LINE -
F
RX SPEAKER LINE +
G
TX MIC LINE +
H
TX VCO SIGNAL
I
FILTERED PA OUTPUT SIGNAL
J
PA DETECT LINE
K
PA TUNING VOLTAGE
L
PA TUNING VOLTAGE
M
RX LOCAL OSC TUNING VOLTAGE
N
RX LOCAL OSC 800MHz
DISPLAY
CONN
1
/CS1
2
/RES
3
Data/Command
4
R_W
5
D0
6
D1
7
D2
8
D3
9
D4
10
D5
11
D6
12
D7
13
Vop
14
VSS
15
VOUT
16
V1
17
V2
18
V3
19
V4
20
V5
21
VR*
22
IRS*
23
NC
24
NC
25
NC
26
NC
27
NC
P7382i / P7389i - CONNECTOR SCHEMATICS