Wavecom G1800 Specifications

WISMO Quik Q2400 series
Q2403 Product Specification
Reference: WM_PRJ_Q2400_PTS_001
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Date: 6th November 2002
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Document Information
Revision
001
Date
Sept 2001
002
July 2002
003
November
2002
History of the evolution
Creation as “Preliminary”
“Preliminary” mention removed but GPRS
consumption is still TBD
IMP connector removed from the PTS
GPRS consumption confirmed (§ 2.2.2)
Physical characteristics confirmed (§ 3.3.1)
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Overview
This document defines and specifies the WISMO QUIK Q2403 Series, available
under two GSM/GPRS Cl.2 versions:
•
Q2403A: EGSM/GPRS 900/1800 MHz version with 16 Mb of Flash
memory and 2 Mb of SRAM (16/2)
•
Q2403B: EGSM/GPRS 900/1800 MHz version with 32 Mb of Flash
memory and 4 Mb of SRAM (32/4)
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Contents
Document Information......................................................................... 2
Overview ............................................................................................. 3
Contents.............................................................................................. 4
Caution................................................................................................ 7
Trademarks ......................................................................................... 7
1
1.1
General description....................................................................... 8
General information .................................................................................8
1.2
Functional description .............................................................................9
1.2.1
RF functionalities ...........................................................................10
1.2.2
Baseband functionalities................................................................10
1.3
2
2.1
Firmware...............................................................................................10
Interfaces ................................................................................... 11
General Purpose Connector (GPC) .........................................................11
2.2
Power supply ........................................................................................12
2.2.1
Power supply description ..............................................................12
2.2.2
Power consumption ......................................................................13
2.3
Electrical information for digital I/O ........................................................15
2.4
LCD interface.........................................................................................16
2.4.1
SPI bus ..........................................................................................16
2.4.2
Two wires interface .......................................................................16
2.5
SPI Auxiliary bus ...................................................................................16
2.6
Keyboard interface.................................................................................17
2.7
Serial link...............................................................................................17
2.8
SIM
2.8.1
2.8.2
2.8.3
interface .........................................................................................18
General Description .......................................................................18
SIM socket connection ..................................................................20
SIM 3/5V management ..................................................................20
2.9
General Purpose Input/Output ...............................................................21
2.10
Analog to Digital Converter....................................................................22
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2.11 Audio interface ......................................................................................22
2.11.1 Common microphone inputs characteristics ..................................23
2.11.2 Common speaker outputs characteristics ......................................24
2.11.2.1.1 Differential Connection.......................................................24
2.11.2.2 Single-ended Connection .........................................................24
2.11.3 Microphone inputs ........................................................................26
2.11.3.1 Microphone 2 Inputs ...............................................................26
2.11.3.2 Microphone 1 Inputs ...............................................................27
2.11.3.2.1 Differential connection .......................................................27
2.11.3.2.2 Single-ended connection....................................................28
2.11.4 Speaker outputs ............................................................................29
2.11.4.1 Speaker 2 Outputs ...................................................................29
2.11.4.2 Speaker 1 Outputs ...................................................................29
2.11.5 Buzzer Output ...............................................................................29
2.12 Battery charging interface .....................................................................30
2.12.1 Li-ion charging procedure ..............................................................31
2.12.2 How to define R1 and C1...............................................................31
2.13 ON / ~OFF ..........................................................................................32
2.13.1 Operating sequences .....................................................................33
2.13.1.1 Power ON ................................................................................33
2.13.1.2 Power OFF...............................................................................34
2.14
BOOT (optional).....................................................................................34
2.15 Reset signal (~RST) ...............................................................................35
2.15.1 Reset sequence .............................................................................36
2.16
External Interrupt (~INTR) .....................................................................37
2.17
VCC output ..........................................................................................37
2.18 VCC_RTC (Real Time Clock) ...................................................................38
2.18.1 Interface description ......................................................................38
2.18.2 Typical implementation..................................................................38
2.18.2.1 Capacitor .................................................................................38
2.18.2.2 Super Capacitor .......................................................................39
2.18.2.3 Battery cell with regulator........................................................39
2.18.2.4 Non Rechargeable battery........................................................40
2.19 RF interface ..........................................................................................40
2.19.1 RF connection................................................................................40
2.19.1.1 Antenna directly connected to the module: matching circuit....41
2.19.2 RF performances ...........................................................................43
2.19.3 Antenna specifications ..................................................................43
3
Technical specifications ............................................................. 44
3.1
Interfaces ..............................................................................................44
3.2
Climatic and mechanical environments .................................................47
3.3
Mechanical specifications......................................................................48
3.3.1
Physical characteristics..................................................................48
3.3.2
Mechanical drawings ....................................................................48
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4
Connectors and peripheral devices references............................ 50
4.1
General Purpose Connector ...................................................................50
4.2
RF footprint ...........................................................................................50
4.3
SIM Card Reader ...................................................................................50
4.4
Microphone ...........................................................................................51
4.5
Speaker .................................................................................................51
4.6
Antenna Cable.......................................................................................51
4.7
GSM antenna ........................................................................................51
4.8
RF connector .........................................................................................51
5
Design Guidelines ....................................................................... 52
5.1
HARDWARE and RF ..............................................................................52
5.1.1
EMC recommendations .................................................................52
5.1.2
Power Supply ................................................................................52
5.1.3
Layout requirement .......................................................................53
5.1.4
Antenna.........................................................................................55
5.2
Mechanical integration ..........................................................................55
5.3
Firmware upgrade .................................................................................56
5.3.1
Nominal upgrade procedure ..........................................................56
5.3.2
Backup procedure..........................................................................56
6
Appendix..................................................................................... 57
6.1
Wavecom acceptance test.....................................................................57
6.2
Reference documents ............................................................................58
6.3
Safety recommendations (for information only) .....................................59
6.3.1
RF safety .......................................................................................59
6.3.1.1
General ....................................................................................59
6.3.1.2
Exposure to RF energy.............................................................59
6.3.1.3
Efficient terminal operation ......................................................59
6.3.1.4
Antenna care and replacement ................................................60
6.3.2
General safety................................................................................60
6.3.2.1
Driving.....................................................................................60
6.3.2.2
Electronic devices ....................................................................60
6.3.2.3
Vehicle electronic equipment ...................................................60
6.3.2.4
Medical electronic equipment ..................................................60
6.3.2.5
Aircraft ....................................................................................61
6.3.2.6
Children ...................................................................................61
6.3.2.7
Blasting areas ..........................................................................61
6.3.2.8
Potentially explosive atmospheres ...........................................61
6.4
Application notes for the SIM interface..................................................61
6.4.1
Application note #1: interfacing 3V SIMs.......................................62
6.4.2
Application note #2: interfacing 3V/5V SIMs..................................63
6.5
General Purpose Connector data sheet ..................................................64
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Caution
Information furnished herein by Wavecom are accurate and reliable. However
no responsibility is assumed for its use. Please read carefully the safety
precautions for a terminal based on WISMO Quik Q2403 Series.
General information about Wavecom and its range of products is available at
the following internet address: http://www.wavecom.com
Trademarks
Some mentioned products are registered trademarks of their respective
companies.
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1 General description
1.1 General information
WISMO Quik Q2403 is a self-contained E-GSM/GPRS 900 / 1800 dual band
module including the following features:
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58.3 x 32.2 x 3.9 mm
2 Watts EGSM radio section running under 3.6 Volts
1 Watt GSM1800 radio section running under 3.6 Volts
Digital section under 2.8 Volts
3V SIM interface
Real Time Clock with calendar
Battery charger
Echo Cancellation + noise reduction
Full GSM or GSM/GPRS software stack
Hardware GPRS class 2 capable
Complete shielding
Complete interfacing
Power supply
Serial link
Audio
SIM card
Keyboard
LCD (not available with AT commands)
WISMO Quik Q2403 Series has two external connections:
•
•
RF connection pads (to the antenna)
General Purpose Connector (GPC) to Digital, Keyboard, Audio and Supply
WISMO Quik Q2403 Series is designed to fit in very small terminals and only
some custom functions have to be added to make a complete Dual Band
solution:
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Keypad and LCD module
Earpiece and Microphone
Base connector
Battery
Antenna switch
SIM connector
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1.2 Functional description
Power Supply
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RF Interface
RF
I/O Controller
Battery
Management
A/D Converter
SIM Supply
SIM Controller
RF
CPU
FLASH
SRAM
Memory
Management
Unit
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GPSI Controller
Audio Interface
Vocoder
Keyboard
Controller
UART
Figure 1 : Functional architecture
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1.2.1 RF functionalities
The RF functionalities comply with the Phase II EGSM 900/GSM 1800
recommendation. The frequencies are:
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Rx (EGSM 900): 925 to 960 MHz Rx (GSM 1800): 1805 to 1880 MH
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Tx (EGSM 900): 880 to 915 MHz Tx (GSM 1800): 1710 to 1785 MHz
The RF part is based on a specific dual band chip including:
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Low-if Receiver
Dual RF synthesizer
Digital if to Baseband Converter
Offset PLL transmitter
1 (logarithmic) PA controller
Dual band PA module
1.2.2 Baseband functionalities
The digital part of the WISMO Quik Q2403 Series is composed of a PHILIPSVLSI chip (ONE C GSM/GPRS Kernel). This chipset is using a 0,25 µm mixed
technology CMOS, which allows massive integration as well as low current
consumption.
1.3 Firmware
WISMO Quik Q2403 Series is designed to be integrated into various types of
applications such as handsets or vertical applications (telemetry, multimedia,
automotive,…).
For
the
not
the
vertical applications, the firmware offers a set of AT commands to control
module. With this standard software, some interfaces of the module are
available since they are dependent on the peripheral devices connected to
module. They are the LCD interface and the SPI bus.
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2 Interfaces
2.1 General Purpose Connector (GPC)
A 60 pins connector1 is provided to interface the WISMO Quik Q2403 Series
with a board containing either a LCD module, or a keyboard, or a SIM
connector, or a battery connection...
The interfaces available on the GPC are described in the next paragraphs.
! Please be aware that some of these interfaces can not be handled when
using the WISMO Quik Q2403 Series driven by AT commands: LCD interface,
SPI bus.
AT
This symbol is used to indicate the interfaces not available with AT
commands.
These functions have then to be managed externally i.e using the main
processor of the application.
1
The communication interface connector is a 60 pins connector with 0.5mm pitch from KYOCERA
/ AVX group with the following reference (see chapter connectors reference for further details):
14 5087 060 930 861.
The matting connector has the following reference :
24 5087 060 X00 861.
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2.2 Power supply
2.2.1 Power supply description
The power supply is one of the key issues in the design of a GSM terminal.
Due to the burst mission in GSM / GPRS, the power supply must be able to
deliver high current peaks in a short time. During these peaks the ripple (Uripp)
and the drop (Udrop) on the supply voltage must not exceed a certain limit.
In transmission mode, a GSM/GPRS class 2 terminal emits (1Tx) 577µs radio
bursts every 4.615ms.
Udrop
Udrop
Uripp
Uripp
t = 577 µs
T = 4,615 ms
Two different inputs are provided for the power supply. The first one, VBATT is
used to supply the RF part and VDD, the second one is used to supply the
baseband part.
Note:
•
It is possible to connect VBATT to VDD.
•
In case of separate power supplies, they have to be in the same state (ie.
both active or inactive at the same time).
VBATT: supplies directly the RF components with 3.6 V. It is essential to
minimize the voltage ripple at this connection in order to avoid any phase error.
The RF Power Amplifier current (2.0A peak in GSM /GPRS mode) flows with a
ratio of 1/8 of the time, around 577µs every 4.615ms for GSM /GPRS cl 2. The
rising time is around 10µs.
VDD: supplies the +2.8V ballast regulators of the WISMO Quik Q2403 Series. It
is essential to keep the voltage over 3.1 volts.
The WISMO Quik Q2403 Series shielding case is the grounding. The ground
has to be connected on the mother board through a complete layer on the PCB.
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Power Supply Voltage
VBATT
VMIN
VNOM
VMAX
Ripple max
3.3 V (*)
3.6 V
4.5 V (**)
50 mVpp for freq<200kHz
2 mVpp for freq>200kHz
VDD
3.1 V
4.5 V
100 mVpp
(*): This value has to be guaranted during the burst (with 2.0A Peak in GSM or
GPRS mode)
(**): max operating Voltage Stationnary Wave Ratio (VSWR) 2:1
When supplying the module with a battery,
(battery+protections+PCB) should be <150 mOhms
the
total
impedance
2.2.2 Power consumption
Following information are given assuming a 50 Ω RF output.
Power consumption in OFF mode
(module supplied, OFF state, no software running)
Overall
consumption
Conditions
INOM
IMAX
Off
5 µA
10 µA
Power consumption in EGSM/GPRS 900 MHz (GPRS class 2)
Conditions
INOM
IMAX
1.7 A peak
2.0 A peak
75 mA peak
220 mA
80 mA peak
260 mA
VBATT
VDD
VDD
During TX bursts @
PCL5*
During RX bursts
Average
1Rx/1Tx@PCL5*
Average Idle mode
Average TCH/FS mode
Average Idle mode
100 µA
85 mA
2.2 mA
300 µA
100 mA
2.7 mA
VDD
Average Idle mode
12 mA
16 mA
VBATT
VBATT
VBATT
(module in handset
applications)
(module driven by AT
commands, UART running)
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VDD
Overall
consumption
During RX bursts
Average communication
1Rx/1Tx@PCL5*
Average communication
1Rx/1Tx@PCL8*
Average communication
GPRS only
2Rx/1Tx@PCL5*
Average Idle mode
(module in handset
applications)
Average Idle mode
(module driven by AT
commands, UART running)
50mA
265 mA
60mA
310 mA
190mA
210mA
275 mA
320 mA
2.3 mA
3 mA
12 mA
16 mA
(*): PCL: Power Control Level.
PCL5: 2W emission requested (max.power)
PCL8: 0.5W emission requested
Power consumption in GSM/GPRS 1800 MHz (GPRS class 2)
Conditions
INOM
IMAX
1.3 A peak
1.7 A peak
75 mA peak
170 mA
80 mA peak
220 mA
VBATT
VDD
VDD
During TX bursts @
PCL0*
During RX bursts
Average
1Rx/1Tx@PCL0*
Average Idle mode
Average TCH/FS mode
Average Idle mode
100 µA
85 mA
2.2 mA
300 µA
100 mA
2.7 mA
VDD
Average Idle mode
12 mA
16 mA
During RX bursts
Average communication
1Rx/1Tx@PCL0*
Average
1Rx/1Tx@PCL3*
Average communication
GPRS only
2Rx/1Tx@PCL0*
Average Idle mode
50 mA
215 mA
60 mA
275 mA
150 mA
180 mA
225 mA
285 mA
2.3 mA
3 mA
12 mA
16 mA
VBATT
VBATT
VBATT
VDD
Overall
consumption
(module in handset
applications)
(module driven by AT
commands, UART running)
(module in handset
applications)
Average Idle mode
(module driven by AT
commands, UART running)
(*): PCL: Power Control Level.
PCL0: 1W emission requested (max.power)
PCL3: 0.25W emission requested
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Power Supply Pinout
Signal
Pin number
VBATT
55, 57, 58, 59 60
VDD
11
GND
Shielding
The grounding connection is done through the shielding " the four legs have
to be soldered to the ground plane.
2.3 Electrical information for digital I/O
All digital I/O comply with 3Volts CMOS.
Operating conditions
Parameter
I/O type
Min
Max
VIL
CMOS
-0.5 V
0.8 V
VIH
CMOS
2.1 V
3.0 V
VOL
1X
0.2 V
IOL = -1 mA
2X
0.2 V
IOL = -2 mA
3X
0.2 V
IOL = -3 mA
VOH
Condition
1X
2.6 V
IOH = 1 mA
2X
2.6 V
IOH = 2 mA
3X
2.6 V
IOH = 3 mA
To interface the WISMO Quik Q2403 Series digital signals with other logics:
•
3V logic: some serial resistors (between 2.2K and 4.7Kohms) can be
added on the lines
•
3.3V logic: some serial resistors (between 4.7K and 10Kohms) can be
added on the lines.
•
For higher voltage logics, a resistor bridge or a level shifter IC can be
added.
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2.4 LCD interface
A
AT
T
The WISMO Quik Q2403 Series can be connected to a LCD module driver
through either a SPI bus or a two wires interface.
2.4.1 SPI bus
The SPI bus includes a CLK signal, an IO signal and an EN signal complying
with SPI bus standard. The maximum speed transfer is 3.25Mb/s.
Pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
I/O type
SPI_CLK
10
O
1X
SPI_IO
8
I/O
CMOS / 1X
SPI_EN
28
O
1X
Description
SPI Serial Clock
SPI Data
SPI Enable
2.4.2 Two wires interface
The two wires interface includes a CLK signal and a DATA signal complying
with a standard 96KHz interface. The maximum speed transfer is 400Kb/s.
Pin description
Signal
A
AT
T
Pin number
I/O
I/O type
Description
Serial Clock
SCL
10
O
1X
SDA
8
I/O
CMOS / 1X
Data
2.5 SPI Auxiliary bus
A second SPI Chip Enable (called SPI_AUX) has to be used to add a SPI
peripheral to the WISMO Quik Q2403 Series. The maximum speed transfer is
3.25Mb/s.
Pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
I/O type
SPI_CLK
10
O
1X
SPI_IO
8
I/O
CMOS / 1X
SPI_AUX
26
O
1X
Description
SPI Serial Clock
SPI Data
SPI Aux. Enable
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2.6 Keyboard interface
! Warning:
This interface is not FULLY available with AT commands:
An AT command allows to get the input key code (see +CMER command
description). This code has then to be processed by the application.
This interface provides 10 connections: 5 rows (R0 to R4) and 5 columns (C0
to C4).
The scanning is a digital one , and the debouncing is done in the WISMO Quik
Q2403 Series. No discrete components like R,C (Resistor, Capacitor) are
needed.
Pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
I/O type
Description
ROW0
13
I/O
CMOS / 1X
Row scan
ROW1
15
I/O
CMOS / 1X
Row scan
ROW2
17
I/O
CMOS / 1X
Row scan
ROW3
19
I/O
CMOS / 1X
Row scan
ROW4
21
I/O
CMOS / 1X
Row scan
COL0
23
I/O
CMOS / 1X
Column scan
COL1
25
I/O
CMOS / 1X
Column scan
COL2
27
I/O
CMOS / 1X
Column scan
COL3
29
I/O
CMOS / 1X
Column scan
COL4
31
I/O
CMOS / 1X
Column scan
2.7 Serial link
A flexible 6 wires serial interface is available complying with V24 protocol
signalling but not with V28 (electrical interface) due to a 2.8 Volts interface.
The signals are Tx data (CT103/TX), Rx data (CT104/RX), Request To Send
(CT105/RTS), Clear To Send (CT106/CTS), Data Terminal Ready (CT108-2/DTR)
and Data Set Ready (CT107/DSR).
The set of RS232 signals can be required for GSM DATA services application
and is generated by the general purpose I/O provided by the WISMO Quik
Q2403 Series. The 2 additional signals are Data Carrier Detect (CT109/DCD)
and Ring Indicator (CT125/RI).
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Pin description
Signal
Pin
number
I/O
I/O type
Description
CT103 / TX
39
I
CMOS
Transmit serial data
CT104 / RX
32
O
1X
CT105 / RTS
30
I
CMOS
CT106 / CTS
37
O
1X
Clear To Send
CT107 / DSR
36
O
1X
Data Set Ready
CT108-2 / DTR
34
I
CMOS
CT109 / DCD
51
O
CMOS / 2X Data Carrier Detect
CT125 / RI
54
O
CMOS / 2X Ring Indicator
CT102/GND
Shielding
legs
Receive serial data
Ready To Send
Data
Ready
Terminal
Ground
The rising time and the falling times of the serial signals in reception (in
particular CT103) have to be less than 200ns.
The minimum width of the reception signals (mainly CT03) have to be more
than 2ms
Note:
The WISMO Quik Q2403 Series has been designed to be operated using all the
serial signals. In particular, it is necessary to use the RTS/CTS hardware flow
control signals in order not to lose data.
2.8 SIM interface
2.8.1 General Description
5 signals exist:
•
•
•
•
•
SIMVCC: SIM power supply.
SIMRST: reset.
SIMCLK: clock.
SIMDATA: I/O port.
SIMPRES: SIM card detect.
The SIM interface controls a 3V SIM (and a 5V SIM through an external SIM
driver). This interface is fully compliant with GSM 11.11 recommendations
concerning SIM functions.
It is recommended to add Transient Voltage Suppressor diodes on the signal
connected to the SIM socket in order to prevent any ElectroStatic Discharge.
TVS diodes with low capacitance (less than 10pF) have to be connected on
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SIMCLK and SIMDATA to avoid any disturbance of the rising and falling edge.
These types of diodes are mandatory for the Full Type Approval. They shall be
placed as close as possible to the SIM socket.
The following references can be used: DALC208SC6 from ST Microelectronics.
Pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
I/O type
Description
SIMCLK
3
O
2X
SIM Clock
SIMRST
5
O
2X
SIM Reset
SIMDATA
7
I/O
CMOS / 3X
SIM Data
SIMVCC
9
O
SIMPRES
50
I
SIM Power Supply
CMOS
SIM Card Detect
Electrical Characteristics
Parameter
Conditions
SIMDATA VIH
IIH = ± 20µA
SIMDATA VIL
IIL = 1mA
SIMRST,
Source
20µA
SIMDATA
Min
Typ
Max
0.7xSIMVCC
V
0.3xSIMVC
C
current
=
Unit
V
V
SIMVCC – 0.1V
SIMCLK VOH
SIMRST,
SIMDATA
Sink current
200µA
=
-
0.1
V
2.85
V
SIMCLK VOL
SIMVCC*
Output
Voltage
ISIMVCC <= 6mA
2.70
2.80
SIMCLK
Rise/Fall Time
Loaded with 30pF
50
ns
SIMRST,
SIMDATA
Rise/Fall Time
Loaded with 30pF
1
µs
SIMCLK
Frequency
Loaded with 30pF
3.25
MHz
(*): given for the 3V interface. An external SIM driver is needed to handle 5V
SIMs.
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Note:
When not used SIMPRES has to be tied to VCC.
When used, a low to high transition means that the SIM card is inserted and a
high to low transition means that the SIM card is removed.
2.8.2 SIM socket connection
SIM socket pin description
Signal
Pin number
Description
VCC
1
SIMVCC
RST
2
SIMRST
CLK
3
SIMCLK
CC4
4
VCC module
GND
5
GROUND
VPP
6
Not connected
I/O
7
SIMDATA
CC8
8
SIMPRES with 100kΩ pull
down resistor
SIMVCC
1
SIMRST
2
SIMCLK
3
VCC
4 CC4
5
C
GND
GND
VCC
RST
CLK
GND
VPP
100 kΩ
SIMDATA
7
SIMPRES
8
I/O
CC8
Figure 2 : SIM socket
The capacitor placed on the Sim Vcc must not exceed 470nF.
2.8.3 SIM 3/5V management
The WISMO Quik Q2403 Series module is designed to interface with 3V SIMs
only2.
Nevertheless, it is possible to manage 3V and 5V SIMs using an external level
shifter (see application notes in appendix). In this case, depending on the type
of SIM detected, the module firmware triggers the GPO0 output signal (pin
#26) in order to properly set the external SIM driver level (3V or 5V).
2
Most of the GSM operators have been providing 3V SIMs since 1998.
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2.9 General Purpose Input/Output
The WISMO Quik Q2403 Series provides 6 General Purpose I/O, 3 General
Purpose Outputs and 1 General Purpose Input. They are used to control any
external device such as a LCD or a Keyboard backlight.
Pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
I/O type
Description
GPIO0
24
I/O
CMOS / 2X
General Purpose I/O
GPIO4
53
I/O
CMOS / 2X
General Purpose I/O
GPIO5
35
I/O
CMOS / 2X
General Purpose I/O
GPO1
22
O
3X
General Purpose O
GPO2
20
O
1X
General Purpose O
GPI
18
I
CMOS
General Purpose I
The following GPIOs are not available (reserved) in case of module running
with the AT commands firmware:
Signal
Pin number
I/O
I/O type
Description
Comments
GPIO1
52
I/O
CMOS / 2X
General Purpose I/O
FLASH
LED(*)
GPIO2
54
I/O
CMOS / 2X
General Purpose I/O
RI
GPIO3
51
I/O
CMOS / 2X
General Purpose I/O
DCD
GPO0
26
O
3X
General Purpose O
SIM 3V/5V
(*) The FLASH LED signal can be used to drive a LED through an open-collector
transistor according to the module activity status.
LED status
WISMO Quik Q2403 Series status
OFF
Module in download mode or module OFF
ON
Permanent
Module switched ON, not registered
on the network
Slow flash
Module switched ON, registered on
the network
LED ON for 200ms,
OFF for 2s
Quick flash
Module switched ON, registered on
the
network,
communication
in
LED ON for 200ms,
progress
OFF for 600ms
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2.10
Analog to Digital Converter
Analog to Digital converter input is provided by the WISMO Quik Q2403 Series.
This converter is a 10 bits one, ranging from 0 to 2.8V .
Pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
I/O type
Description
AUXV0
33
I
Analog
A/D converter
Electrical Characteristics
Parameter
Resolution
Sampling rate
Input signal range
Max
Unit
10
bits
90.3
Ksps
0
2.8V
V
ADC Reference Accuracy
0.75
2
%
Integral Accuracy
+/- 1
LSB
Differential Accuracy
+/- 1
LSB
Input Impedance (R)
4.7
kΩ
Input Impedance (C)
2.11
Min
100
nF
Audio interface
Two different microphone inputs and two different speaker outputs are
supported.
The WISMO Quik Q2403 Series also includes an echo cancellation feature
which allows handsfree function.
The MIC2 inputs already include the biasing for an electret microphone
allowing an easy connection to a handset.
The MIC1 inputs does not include an internal bias. MIC1/SPK1 is then
appropriate for a handsfree system or a handset with biasing exernal to the
module.
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2.11.1 Common microphone inputs characteristics
The connection can be either differential or single-ended but using a differential
connection in order to reject common mode noise and TDMA noise is strongly
recommended. When using a single-ended connection, be sure to have a very
good ground plane, a very good filtering as well as shielding in order to avoid
any disturbance on the audio path.
Internal audio filter characteristics
Frequency
Gain
0-150 Hz
< -22dB
150-180 Hz
< -11dB
180-200 Hz
< -3dB
200-3700 Hz
0dB
>4000 Hz
< -60dB
The gain of MIC inputs is internally adjusted and can be tuned from 30dB to
51dB using an AT command.
Microphone gain vs Max input voltage
Transmit Gain (dB)
Max Vin (mVrms)
AT+VGT(*)
30
43.80
0 to 31
33
31.01
32 to 63
36
21.95
64 to 95
39
15.54
96 to 127
42
11
128 to 159
45
7.79
160 to 191
48
5.51
192 to 223
51
3.9
224 to 255
(*) control of the transmit gain by AT commands (for WISMO Quik Q2403
Series driven by AT commands)
Recommended characteristics for the microphone:
•
•
•
•
•
2V – 0.5mA
2 KOhms
Sensitivity -40 to –50dB
SNR > 50dB
Frequency response compatible with the GSM specifications
For possible references, see chapter Connectors and peripheral devices
references, §4.4.
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2.11.2 Common speaker outputs characteristics
The connection can be differential or single-ended but using a differential
connection to reject common mode noise and TDMA noise is strongly
recommended. Morover in single-ended mode, ½ of the power is lost. When
using a single-ended connection, be sure to have a very good ground plane, a
very good filtering as well as shielding in order to avoid any disturbance on the
audio path.
Speaker outputs SPK2 are push-pull amplifiers and can be loaded down to 150
Ohms and up to 1nF (see details in table Speaker gain vs Max output voltage).
These outputs are differential and the output power can be adjusted by step of
2dB. The output can be directly connected to a speaker.
2.11.2.1.1
Differential Connection
Impedance of the speaker amplifier output in differential mode:
•
R ≤ 1Ω +/-10%
SPKxP
SPKxN
Figure 3: SPK outputs (single-ended connection)
2.11.2.2 Single-ended Connection
Typical implementation:
C1
C3
Speaker
ZHP
33 to
100pF
SPKxP
+
C2
R1
+
SPKxN
Figure 4: SPK outputs (single-ended connection)
C1 = from 4.7µF to 47µF as per the speaker characteristics and the output
power.
C1=C2
R1= Speaker Impedance
Using a single-ended connection also includes losing half of the output power
compared to a differential connection.
Nevertheless in a 32 Ohms speaker case, you should use a cheaper and
smaller solution: R1 = 82 Ohm et C2 = 4.7µF (ceramic)
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The gain of SPK outputs is internally adjusted and can be tuned using an AT
command.
Speaker gain vs Max output voltage
Receive Gain (dB) (*)
Max output level
(Vrms)
AT+VGR (**)
Max.speaker load (Ω)
+2
1.74
0 to 15
150
0
1.38
16 to 31
50
-2
1.099
32 to 47
32
-4
0.873
48 to 63
32
-6
0.693
64 to 79
32
-8
0.551
80 to 95
32
-10
0.437
96 to 111
32
-12
0.347
112 to 127
32
-14
0.276
128 to 143
32
-16
0.219
144 to 159
32
-18
0.174
160 to 175
32
-20
0.138
176 to 191
32
-22
0.110
192 to 207
32
-24
0.087
208 to 223
32
-26
0.069
224 to 239
32
-26
0.069
240 to 255
32
(*) analog gain: might not be significant
(**) control of the receive gain by AT commands (for WISMO Quik Q2403
Series driven by AT commands)
Recommended characteristics for the speaker:
•
150 Ohms3
•
10mW
•
110dB
•
Frequency response compatible with the GSM specifications
For possible references, see chapter Connectors and peripheral devices
references, §4.5.
3
32 Ohms for handsets
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2.11.3 Microphone inputs
2.11.3.1 Microphone 2 Inputs
The MIC2 inputs are differential ones. They already include the convenient
biasing for an electret microphone (0,5 mA and 2 Volts). This electret
microphone can be directly connected on these inputs. The impedance of the
microphone 2 has to be around 2kΩ. These inputs are the standard ones for an
handset design while MIC1 inputs can be connected to an external headset or
a handsfree kit.
AC coupling is already embedded in the module.
Typical implementation:
C3
L1
MIC2P
C1
C2
L2
MIC2N
C4
Figure 5 : MIC2 inputs (differential connection)
C1 = 10pF to 33pF
C2 = C3 = C4 = 47pF to 100pF
L1 = L2 = 100nH
C1 has to be the nearest possible to the microphone. Microphone
manufacturers provide this capacitor directly soldered on the microphone.
C2 has to be very close to the WISMO Quik Q2403 Series connector.
L1, L2, C3 and C4 has to be put near the WISMO Quik Q2403 Series connector
and can be removed according to their environment (ground plane, shielding,
etc…). The best way is to plan all the components and to remove those which
are not necessary to filter out the TDMA noise on the audio path.
Pin description
Signal
Pin #
I/O
I/O type
Description
MIC2P
46
I
Analog
Microphone 2 positive
input
MIC2N
48
I
Analog
Microphone 2 negative
input
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2.11.3.2 Microphone 1 Inputs
The MIC1 inputs are differential and do not include internal bias. To use these
inputs with an electret microphone, bias has to be generated outside the
WISMO Quik Q2403 Series module according to the characteristic of this
electret microphone. These inputs are the standard ones used for an external
headset or a handsfree kit.
AC coupling is already embedded in the module.
2.11.3.2.1
Differential connection
Impedance of the microphone input in differential mode:
•
Module ON: Rin = 10KΩ +/-10%
•
Module OFF: Rin >1MΩ +/-10%
Typical implementation:
VCC
R1
C3
R2
L1
MIC1P
C1
C5
C2
L2
MIC1N
R3
C4
R4
Figure 6 : MIC1 inputs (differential connection)
R1 = R4 = from 100 to 330Ω
R2 = R3 = usually between 1KΩ and 3.3KΩ as per the microphone
characteristics
C1 = 10pF to 33pF
C2 = C3 = C4 = 47pF to 100pF
C5 = 47µF
L1 = L2 = 100nH
R1 and R4 are used as a voltage supply filter with C5.
C1 has to be the nearest possible to the microphone. Microphone
manufacturers provide this capacitor directly soldered on the microphone.
C2 has to be very close to the WISMO Quik Q2403 Series connector.
L1, L2, C3 and C4 has to be put near the WISMO Quik Q2403 Series connector
and can be removed according to their environment (ground plane, shielding
...etc). The best way is to plan all the components and to remove those which
are not necessary to filter out the TDMA noise on the audio path.
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2.11.3.2.2
Single-ended connection
Typical implementation:
VAUDIO
C3
R1
L2
C1
R2
C4
MIC1P
L1
MIC1N
C2
C5
Figure 7 : MIC1 inputs (single-ended connection)
Note: VAUDIO must be very “clean” in single-ended connection (for example,
VCC plus filter cell like RC or LC).
R1 = from 100 to 330Ω
R2 = usually between 1KΩ and 3.3KΩ as per the VAUDIO voltage level and the
microphone characteristics
C1 = 10pF to 33pF
C2 = C3 = C5 = 47pF to 100pF
C4 = 47µF
L1 = L2 = 100nH
R1 is used as a voltage supply filter with C4.
C5 has to be the nearest
possible to the microphone. Microphone
manufacturers provide this capacitor directly soldered on the microphone.
C1, C2, C3 have to be very close to the WISMO Quik Q2403 Series connector.
L1, and L2 has to be put near the WISMO Quik Q2403 Series connector and
can be removed according to their environment (ground plane, shielding ...etc).
The best way is to plan all the components and to remove those which are not
necessary to filter out the TDMA noise on the audio path.
Pin description
Signal
Pin #
I/O
I/O type
Description
MIC1P
42
I
Analog
Microphone 1 positive
input
MIC1N
44
I
Analog
Microphone 1 negative
input
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2.11.4 Speaker outputs
2.11.4.1 Speaker 2 Outputs
Pin description
Signal
Pin #
I/O
I/O type
Description
SPK2P
45
O
Analog
Speaker 2 positive output
SPK2N
47
O
Analog
Speaker 2 negative output
2.11.4.2 Speaker 1 Outputs
Pin description
Signal
Pin #
I/O
I/O type
Description
SPK1P
41
O
Analog
Speaker 1 positive output
SPK1N
43
O
Analog
Speaker 1 negative output
2.11.5 Buzzer Output
The buzzer output is a digital one. A buzzer can be directly connected between
this output and VBATT. The maximum current is 80 mA (PEAK). A diode
against transient peak voltage must be connected as described below.
VBATT
D1
C1
Figure 8 : Buzzer connection
C1: depends on the buzzer type.
Pin description
Signal
Pin #
I/O
I/O type
Description
BUZ
49
O
Analog
Buzzer output
Operating conditions
Parameter
Condition
VOL
Min
Max
Unit
Imoy = 40mA
0.6
V
IPEAK
VBATT = VBATTmax
80
mA
IAVERAGE
VBATT = VBATTmax
40
mA
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2.12
Battery charging interface
The WISMO Quik Q2403 Series module supports one battery charging circuit
for Li-Ion batteries. This circuit uses an interface which consists of a current
source inputs (CHG_IN) where the constant current has to flow in order to
charge the battery. This current value depends on the battery capacity. It is
recommended to provide a current equal to the value of the capacity plus
50mA. For a 550mA battery the current will be 600mA. The maximum current
is 800mA.
A specific AT command (+WCBM), available from 4.3 level, allows to manage
the charge battery (start and stop the charge, enable or disable unsolicited
Battery Charge Indications and set the battery charge parameters).
The WISMO Quik Q2403 Series module monitors the battery voltage to detect
the end of the charge. WISMO Quik Q2403 Series also monitors the
temperature of the battery through the BAT_TEMP pin which has to be
connected to a temperature sensor inside the battery (a NTC resistor for
instance).
Pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
I/O type
Description
CHG_IN
1, 2, 4
I
Analog
Current source
input
BAT_TEMP
38
I
Analog
A/D converter
Electrical Characteristics
Parameter
Min
BAT_TEMP resolution
Max
10
BAT_TEMP sampling rate
Ksps/s
4.7
BAT_TEMP Input Impedance ( C )
+VBATT max +
0.7V
CHG_IN Current
BAT_TEMP Input signal range
Unit
bits
90.3
BAT_TEMP Input Impedance ( R )
CHG_IN Voltage (for I=Imax)
Typ
kΩ
100
nF
TBD*
V
800
mA
2.8
V
* To be parametrized as per battery manufacturer
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Internal Battery
Resistor
+VBATT
Safety
Circuitry
VCC
R1
BAT_TEMP
C1
CTN
GND
Figure 9 : Connection examples
2.12.1 Li-ion charging procedure
A constant current source has to be provided through CHG_IN input in order to
charge the Li-ion battery, and BAT_TEMP input has to be connected to a
battery temperature sensor. During this procedure the voltage of the battery is
accurately monitored.
The Li-ion charging involves two phases. During the first phase, the battery is
charged with a constant current until its voltage reaches 4.1V*. During the
second phase the constant current is pulsed by the module. The width and the
frequency of the pulse change during this phase in order to ensure a safety
charge. The battery is considered as fully charged when, after a pulse, the
voltage remains at a 4.1V* during more than 10s.
The Li-ion battery must have an included safety circuit to avoid any discharge
or overcharge. This circuit is delivered by the manufacturer inside the battery
pack. The impedance of this safety circuit has to be the lowest possible in
order to reduce the drop-out of the voltage. This drop-out is due to the RF
Power Amplifier current (up to 2.0A). A maximum of 150mΩ is required.
(*): To be parameterized as per battery manufacturer
2.12.2 How to define R1 and C1
How to choose R1
R1 has to be chosen to have a full range of BAT-TEMP (from 0V to 2.8V) when
the CTN value changes from the minimum to the maximum temperature
How to choose C1
C1 has to be chosen to have a RC filter with a time constant lower than 2ms.
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Calculation examples
CTN(25°C) = 47K
CTN(55°C) = 10K
CTN(-10°C) = 300K
CTN(-10°C) x VCC = ( CTN(-10°C) + R1 ) x BAT-TEMP (full range)
R1= 47K " BAT-TEMP(-20°C) = 2.42V
BAT-TEMP(55°C) = 0.49V
R(-20°C) = R1//CTN(-10°C) = 40K
R(+55°C) = 8K
With C= 10nF::
RC(-20°C) = 400µs
RC(+55°C) = 80µs
2.13
ON / ~OFF
This input is used to switch ON or OFF the WISMO Quik Q2403 Series module.
A high level signal has to be provided on the pin ON/~OFF to swith ON the
module. The level of the voltage of this signal has to be maintained between
2.4V and VDD during a minimum of 500ms. This signal can be left at high level
until switched off.
To be able to switch OFF the module, the pin ON/OFF has to be released.
Through the firmware, the module can be switched off (using the CPOF
command).
Pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
I/O type
Description
ON/∼OFF
6
I
CMOS
Module Power ON
Electrical Characteristics
Parameter
Min
Input Impedance ( R )
10
Input Impedance ( C )
Max
Unit
kΩ
50
pF
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Operating conditions
Parameter
I/O type
Min
Max
Unit
VIL
0V
0.6 V
V
VIH
2.4 V
VDD+0.5V
V
2.13.1 Operating sequences
2.13.1.1 Power ON
Once the module supplied, the application must set the ON/OFF signal to high
to start the module power ON sequence. The ON/OFF signal must be hold for
500ms minimum. After this time, an internal mechanism keeps it on hold.
During the power ON sequence, an internal reset is automatically performed by
the module for 240ms (typical). During this phase, any external reset should be
avoided. Once the initialisation is complete (timing is SIM and network
dependent) the AT interface answers « OK » to the application4. For further
details, please check the AT commands manual (+WIND, +WAIP)
POWER SUPPLY
ON/OFF
Ton/off-hold
(1000ms min)
INTERNAL RST
Trst
(240ms typ)
AT answers « OK »
STATE OF THE MODULE
Module OFF
IBB+RF < 10µA
RESET mode
IBB+RF=20 to 40mA
Module ON
IBB+RF<120mA
(no loc. update)
Module READY
SIM and Network dependent
IBB+RF = overall current consumption (Base Band + RF part)
Figure 10 : Power-ON sequence (no PIN code activated)
4
For this, the application has to send AT↵. If the application manages hardware flow control, the
AT command can be sent during the initialisation phase. Another solution is to use the +WIND
command to get an unsolicited status from the module.
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2.13.1.2 Power OFF
To properly power OFF the module, the application must set the ON/OFF signal
to low and then send the AT+CPOF command to de-register from the network
and switch off the module. Once the « OK » response is issued by the module,
the power supply can be switched off.
POWER SUPPLY
ON/OFF
AT+CPOF
AT COMMAND
OK response
Network dependent
STATE OF THE MODULE
Module OFF
Module
READY
IBB+RF<100µA
IBB+RF = overall current consumption (Base Band + RF part)
Figure 11 : Power-OFF sequence
2.14
BOOT (optional)
This input can be used to download a software in the Flash ROM of the
WISMO Quik Q2403 Series module. For the applications based on AT
commands this is a backup download procedure only (see chapter Firmware
upgrade). The internal boot procedure is started when this pin is low during
the reset of the module. In normal mode this pin has to be left open. In Internal
boot mode, low level has to be set through a 1KΩ resistor. If used, this input
has to be driven by an open collector or an open drain.
1KΩ
BOOT : Pin 12
Switch BOOT
Figure 12 : BOOT pin connection
•
If Switch Boot = 1, Boot pin 12 = 0, for download mode
•
If Switch Boot = 0, Boot pin 12 = 1, for normal mode
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Pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
I/O type
Description
BOOT
12
I
CMOS
Flash Loading
Note: The nominal firmware download procedure is using the X-modem
2.15
Reset signal (~RST)
This signal is used to force a reset procedure by providing low level during at
least 100µs. This signal has to be considered as an emergency reset only. A
reset procedure is already driven by an internal hardware during the power-up
sequence.
This signal can also be used to provide a reset to an external device. It then
behaves as an output. If no external reset is necessary this input can be left
open. If used (emergency reset), it has to be driven by an open collector or an
open drain.
BOOT : :Pin
RESET
Pin12
14
Switch RESET
Figure 13 : RST pin connection
•
If Switch Reset = 1, Reset pin 14 = 0
•
If Switch Reset = 0, Reset pin 14 = 1
Pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
∼RST
14
I/O
I/O type
Description
Module Reset
Electrical Characteristics
Parameter
Min
Input Impedance ( R )
4.7
Input Impedance ( C )
Max
Unit
kΩ
10
nF
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Operating conditions
Parameter
Min
Max
*VT-
1.1V
1.2 V
*VT+
1.7V
1.9 V
VOL
Condition
0.4 V
VOH
IOL = -50 µA
2.0 V
IOH = 50 µA
* VT-, VT+ : Hysterisis Level
Additional comments on RESET:
The RESET process is activated either by the external ~RST signal OR by an
internal signal (coming from a RESET generator). This automatic reset is
activated at Power-up.
The module remains in reset mode as long as the RST signal is held low. This
signal should be used only for “emergency” resets.
A software reset will be preferred to a HW reset.
2.15.1 Reset sequence
To activate the « emergency » reset sequence, the ~RST signal has to be set to
low for 100µs minimum. As soon as the reset is complete, the AT interface
answers « OK » to the application5.
EXTERNAL RST
Min:100µs
Typ:2ms
Module READY
STATE OF THE MODULE
RESET mode
IBB+RF=20 to
40mA
AT answers “OK”
Module ON
Module READY
IBB+RF<120mA
without loc update
SIM and network dependent
Figure 14 : Reset sequence
5
For this, the application has to send AT↵. If the application manages hardware flow control, the
AT command can be sent during the initialisation phase. Another solution is to use the +WIND
command to get an unsollicited status from the module.
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2.16
External Interrupt (~INTR)
The WISMO Quik Q2403 Series provides an external interrupt input (not
managed in the standard AT commands firmware). This input is very sensitive
and an interrupt is activated on high to low edge. If this signal is not used it
can be left open. If used this input has to be driven by an open collector or an
open drain.
This input is used for instance to power OFF automatically the module.
Pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
I/O type
Description
~INTR
16
I
CMOS
External Interrupt
Electrical characteristics
2.17
Parameter
Min
Max
Unit
VIL
-0.5V
0.7V
Volt
VIH
2.2V
3.0V
Volt
VCC output
This output can be used to power some external functions. VCC has to be used
as a digital power supply. This power supply is available when the module is
on.
Pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
I/O type
Description
VCC
40
O
Supply
Digital supply
Operating conditions
Parameter
Condition
Min
Max
Unit
Ouput voltage
I = 10mA
2.74
2.86
V
10
mA
Output Current
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2.18
VCC_RTC (Real Time Clock)
2.18.1 Interface description
This pin is used as a back-up power supply for the internal Real Time Clock.
The RTC is supported by the module when powered on but a back-up power
supply is needed to save date and hour when the module is switched off.
If the RTC is not used this pin can be left open.
Pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
I/O type
Description
VCC_RTC
56
I/O
Supply
RTC Back-up supply
Operating conditions
Parameter
Condition
Input voltage
Input Current
VCC=0V; t° =
VCC_RTC=2.5V
Input Current
VCC=0V; t°:-20°C / 55°C
VCC_RTC=2.5V
Min
Max
Unit
2
2.75
V
3
µA
10
µA
2.75
V
2
mA
25°C
Output voltage
2.4
Output current
2.18.2 Typical implementation
2.18.2.1 Capacitor
Shottky
Diode
+VBATT
Vin
Vout
470
En
Gnd
Regulator
2.5 V ±10%
(With very Low Iq)
1K
VCC-RTC
Ex : 470uF
Estimated range with 470 µF Capacitor: ~30 seconds.
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2.18.2.2 Super Capacitor
Shottky
Diode
+VBATT
Vin
Vout
En
Gnd
470
1K
VCC_RTC
Ex : EECE0EL474S
(Panasonic)
Regulator
2.5 V ±10%
(With very Low Iq)
Estimated range with 0.47 Farad Gold Cap: 2 hours min.
Note: the Gold Capacitor maximum voltage is 2.5 V.
2.18.2.3 Battery cell with regulator
Shottky
Diode
+VBATT
Vin
Vout
En
Gnd
2K
1K
VCC_RTC
Regulator
2.5 V ±10%
(With very Low Iq)
Estimated range with 2 mAh battery rechargeable battery: ~3 days.
Warning:
Before battery cell assembly insure that cell voltage is lower than 2,75V to
avoid any damage to the WISMO module.
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2.18.2.4 Non Rechargeable battery
This is the less recommended solution.
Diode (Ex : BAS16)
10
VCC-RTC
(2.75 V max)
Ex : CR2016
(VARTA)
Estimated range with 85 mAh battery: 4000 h minimum
Note: The “non rechargeable battery” is always active, except when the
module is ON.
2.19
RF interface
The impedance is 50 0Ohms nominal and the DC impedance is 0 Ohm.
2.19.1 RF connection
Two land patterns set on the PCB support the RF connection which can be
used by the application through spring contacts or a soldered RF cable.
There are two possible ways to connect an antenna to the module:
•
The antenna can be directly connected to the module on the "Antenna pad"
by using a spring contact.
•
The antenna can be connected to the module through a coaxial cable. The
coaxial cable is connected to both the "Round pad" and the "Ground pad".
Since no standard spring contact is available for WISMO Quik Q2403 Series,
this solution requires a specific part to be developed.
The soldered solution will preferably be based on a RG178 coaxial cable with
the following stripping and mounting guidelines:
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Round pad
Antenna pad
Antenna
pad
Antenna connection by spring contact.
Antenna connection by coaxial cable.
Note:
•
The WISMO™ Quik Q2403 Series does not include an antenna switch for
a car kit but this function can be implemented externally and it can be
driven using a GPIO.
•
The antenna cable and connector should be chosen in order to minimize
losses in the frequency bands used for GSM 900MHz and
GSM1800MHz.
•
0.5dB can be considered as a maximum value for loss between the
module and an external connector.
2.19.1.1 Antenna directly connected to the module: matching circuit
The goal of the matching circuit is to link the antenna (impedance ZA) to the
receiver and transmitter access of the module (impedance ZL = 50 Ohm real).
ZA
Matching
circuit
ZL = 50 Ohm
Receiver +
WISMO module
The matching circuit is composed by four elements implemented (see Figure
15 and Figure 16) on the module connecting the "Antenna pad" to the "Round
pad" (access to the receiver and the transmitter).
The four elements of the matching circuit are not yet defined, and depend on
each antenna and mechanical integration. The matching circuit must be
verified in both frequency bandwidths: 900 MHz (880 to 960 MHz) and 1800
MHz (1710 to 1880 MHz).
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CM2
CM4
CM3
CM1
Figure 15: WM2D-G900/G1800 antenna matching circuit (bottom view)
Antenna pad
GND
CM3
CM2
ZL = 5 0 Ù
CM1
GND
CM4
Round pad
GND
Figure 16: Electrical diagram for the WM2D-G900/G1800
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2.19.2 RF performances
RF performances are compliant with the ETSI recommendation 05.
The main parameters for the receiver are:
•
•
•
•
•
•
EGSM/900 Sensitivity: < -102 dBm Static & TUHigh
GSM1800 Sensitivity: < -102 dBm Static & TUHigh
Selectivity @ 200 kHz: > +9 dBc
Selectivity @ 400 kHz: > +41 dBc
Dynamic range: 63 dB
Co-channel rejection: >= 9 dBc
The main parameters for the transmitter are:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Maximum output power (EGSM): 33 dBm +/- 2 dB at ambient
temperature
Maximum output power (GSM1800): 30 dBm +/- 2 dB at ambient
temperature
Minimum output power (EGSM): 5 dBm +/- 5 dB at ambient
temperature
Minimum output power (GSM1800): 0 dBm +/- 5 dB at ambient
temperature
H2 level: < -30 dBm
H3 level: < -30 dBm
Noise in 925 - 935 MHz: < -67 dBm
Noise in 935 - 960 MHz: < -79 dBm
Noise in 1930 - 1990 MHz (GSM1900 band):
< -71 dBm
Phase error at peak power: < 5 ° RMS
Frequency error: +/- 0.1 ppm max
2.19.3 Antenna specifications
The antenna must fulfil the following requirements:
•
Frequency bands: dual band E-GSM 900MHz – GSM 1900 MHz
EGSM 900
GSM 1900
Frequency RX
925 to 960 MHz
1930 to 1990 MHz
Frequency TX
880 to 915 MHz
1850 to 1910 MHz
•
Impedance: 50Ω
•
VSWR Tx max 2:1 / Rx max 2:1
•
Typical radiated gain: 0dBi
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3 Technical specifications
3.1 Interfaces
Pin
#
1
Name
I/O
I/O type
Description
Comment
CHG_IN
I
Supply
High current
2
CHG_IN
I
Supply
3
SIMCLK
O
2X
4
CHG_IN
I
Supply
5
SIMRST
O
2X
6
ON/~OFF
I
CMOS
7
8
SIMDATA
SDA/SPI_IO
I/O
I/O
CMOS / 3X
CMOS/1X
9
10
SIMVCC
SCL/SPI_CLK
O
O
Supply
1X
11
VDD
I
Supply
Supply for battery
charging
Supply for battery
charging
Clock for SIM
interface
Supply for battery
charging
Reset for SIM
interface
Power ON/OFF
control
I/O for SIM interface
Wire interface or SPI
Data
SIM card supply
Wire interface or SPI
clock
Low power supply
12
BOOT
I
CMOS
BOOT
13
14
15
16
ROW0
~RST
ROW1
~INTR
I/O
I/O
I/O
I
CMOS/1X
SCHMITT
CMOS/1X
CMOS
Keyboard Row
Module Reset
Keyboard Row
External interrupt
17
18
ROW2
GPI
I/O
I
CMOS/1X
CMOS
19
20
ROW3
GPO2
I/O
O
CMOS/1X
1X
21
22
ROW4
GPO1
I/O
I/O
CMOS/1X
3X
23
24
25
COL0
GPIO0
COL1
I/O
I/O
I/O
CMOS/1X
CMOS/2X
CMOS/1X
Keyboard Row
General Purpose
Input
Keyboard Row
General Purpose
Output
Keyboard Row
General Purpose
Output
Keyboard Column
General Purpose I/O
Keyboard Column
High current
High current
6mA max
3.1V minimum or
connected to
VBATT
Pull down
through 1K for
Flash
downloading
Active low
Active low. 100K
Pull-up inside
100K Pull-down
inside
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GPO0 or
SPI_AUX
O
3X
General Purpose
Output or SPI Aux
enable
SIM 3V / 5V
Keyboard Column
SPI enable
Keyboard Column
RS232 interface
Request To Send
27
28
29
30
COL2
SPI_EN
COL3
CT105/RTS
I/O
O
I/O
I
CMOS/1X
1X
CMOS/1X
CMOS
31
32
COL4
CT104/RX
I/O
O
CMOS/1X
1X
33
AUXV0
I
Analog
34
CT108-2/DTR
I
CMOS
RS232 interface
Data Terminal Ready
35
36
GPIO5
CT107/DSR
I/O
O
CMOS / 2X
1X
37
CT106/CTS
O
1X
38
BAT_TEMP
I
Analog
39
CT103/TX
I
CMOS
General Purpose I/O
RS232 interface
Data Set Ready
RS232 interface
Clear To Send
ADC input for battery
temperature
measurement
RS232 interface –
Transmit
40
VCC
O
Supply
41
SPK1P
O
Analog
42
MIC1P
I
Analog
43
SPK1N
O
Analog
44
MIC1N
I
Analog
45
SPK2P
O
Analog
46
MIC2P
I
Analog
47
SPK2N
O
Analog
48
MIC2N
I
Analog
49
50
BUZ
SIMPRES
O
I
Analog
CMOS
Keyboard Column
RS232 interface –
Receive
Auxiliar ADC input 0
2.8V digital supply
output
Speaker 1 positive
output
Microphone 1
positive input
Speaker 1 negative
output
Microphone
1negative input
Speaker 2 positive
output
Microphone 2
positive input
Speaker 2 negative
output
Microphone 2
negative input
Buzzer output
SIM Card Detect
Pull up to VCC
with 100KΩ
when not used
Can be tied to
GND if not used
Pull up to VCC
with 100KΩ
when not used
Can be tied to
GND if not used
Pull up to VCC
with 100 KΩ
when not used
10mA max.
80mA max
Tied to VCC
when not used
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52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
GPIO3 or
I/O
CT109 / DCD
O
GPIO1
FLASH LED
GPIO4
GPIO2 or
I/O
CMOS/2X
I/O
I/O
CMOS/2X
CMOS/2X
RS232 – Data Carrier
Detect
General Purpose I/O
Module State
General Purpose I/O
General Purpose I/O
CT125 / RI
O
Supply
Supply
Supply
Supply
Supply
Supply
RS232 - Ring
Indicator
Battery Input
RTC back-up supply
Battery Input
Battery Input
Battery Input
Battery Input
+VBATT
VCC_RTC
+VBATT
+VBATT
+VBATT
+VBATT
I/O
CMOS/2X
General Purpose I/O
High current
High
High
High
High
current
current
current
current
2
1
59
60
WISMO Quik Q2403 series pin position (bottom view)
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3.2 Climatic and mechanical environments
Conditions
Temperature range
Operating / Full GSM specifications compliant
-20°C to +55°C
Operating / functional
-20°C to +70°C
Storage
-30°C to +85°C
WISMO2D
ENVIRONNEMENTAL CLASSES
TYPE OF TEST
STANDARDS
STORAGE
Class 1.2
TRANSPORTATION
Class 2.3
Cold
IEC 68-2.1
Ab test
-25° C
72 h
-40° C
72 h
-20° C (GSM900)
-10° C (GSM1800/1900)
16 h
16h
Dry heat
IEC 68-2.2
Bb test
+70° C
72 h
+70° C
72 h
+55° C
16 h
Change of temperature
IEC 68-2.14
Na/Nb test
Damp heat
cyclic
IEC 68-2.30
Db test
+30° C
2 cycles
90% - 100% RH
variant 1
+40° C
2 cycles
90% - 100% RH
variant 1
+40° C
2 cycles
90% - 100% RH
variant 1
Damp heat
IEC 68-2.56
Cb test
+30° C
+40° C
+40° C
Sinusoidal vibration
IEC 68-2.6
Fc test
5 - 62 Hz :
5 mm / s
62 - 200Hz :
2 m / s2
3 x 5 sweep cycles
Random vibration
wide band
IEC 68-3.36
Fdb test
-40° / +30° C
4 days
5 cycles
t1 = 3 h
4 days
5 - 20 Hz :
0.96 m2 / s3
20 - 500Hz :
- 3 dB / oct
3 x 10 min
OPERATING (PORT USE)
Class 7.3
-20° / +30° C (GSM900) 3 cycles
-10° / +30° C (GSM1800/1900):
3 cycles
t1 = 3 h
4 days
10 -12 Hz :
0.96 m2 / s3
12 - 150Hz :
- 3 dB / oct
3 x 30 min
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3.3 Mechanical specifications
3.3.1 Physical characteristics
The WISMO Quik Q2403 Series module has a complete self-contained shield.
•
Dimensions : 58.3 x 32.2 x 3.9 mm external dimensions (except
shielding pins)
•
Weight
: <12 g
3.3.2 Mechanical drawings
The next page gives the mechanical specifications of WISMO Quik Q2403
Series.
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4 Connectors
references
and
peripheral
devices
4.1 General Purpose Connector
The GPC is a 60 pins connector with 0.5mm pitch from KYOCERA / AVX group
with the following reference:
14 5087 060 930 861.
The matting connector has the following reference:
24 5087 060 X00 8616.
The stacking height is 3.0 mm.
For further details see GPC data sheets in appendix. More information is also
available from http://www.avxcorp.com
4.2 RF footprint
The RF footprint allows to connect on the mother board a ultra miniature
coaxial connector IMP series from RADIALL with the following reference:
R 107 064.
The characteristics of this RF connector are in the appendix.
4.3 SIM Card Reader
•
ITT CANNON CCM03 series (see http://www.ittcannon.com )
•
AMPHENOL C707 series (see http://www.amphenol.com )
•
JAE (see http://www.jae.com )
Drawer type:
•
6
MOLEX 99228-0002 (connector) / MOLEX 91236-0002 (holder) (see
http://www.molex.com )
X=2 or 9
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4.4 Microphone
Possible suppliers:
•
HOSIDEN
•
PANASONIC
4.5 Speaker
Possible suppliers:
•
SANYO
•
HOSIDEN
•
PRIMO
•
PHILIPS
4.6 Antenna Cable
The following cable reference has been qualified for being mounted on WISMO
Quik Q2403 Series:
•
RG178
4.7 GSM antenna
GSM antennas and support for antenna adaptation can be obtained from
manufacturers such as:
•
ALLGON (http://www.allgon.com )
•
MOTECO (http://www.moteco.com )
•
AMPHENOL (http://www.amphenol.com )
•
GALTRONICS (http://www.galtronics.com )
•
RADIALL / LARSEN (http://www.larsenantennas.com/)
•
RANGESTAR (http://www.rangestar.com/)
4.8 RF connector
RF connector and accessories can be obtained from RADIALL:
•
RADIALL (http://www.radiall.com/)
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5 Design Guidelines
The following paragraphs aims give design guidelines.
5.1 HARDWARE and RF
5.1.1 EMC recommendations
The EMC tests have to be performed as soon as possible on the application to
detect any possible problem.
When designing, special attention should be paid to:
•
Possible spurious emission radiated by the application to the RF receiver
in the receiver band
•
ESD protection on SIM (if accessible from outside), serial link,…
•
EMC protection
emissions)
•
Bias of the Microphone inputs
•
Length of the SIM interface lines (preferably <10cm)
•
Ground plane: WAVECOM recommends to have a common ground plane
for analog / digital / RF grounds.
•
Metallic case or plastic casing with conductive paint are recommended
on
audio
input/output
(filters
against
900MHz
Note:
The module does not include any protection against overvoltage.
5.1.2 Power Supply
The power supply is one of the key issues in the design of a GSM terminal.
A weak power supply design could affect in particular:
•
EMC performances
•
the emissions spectrum
•
the phase error and frequency error
Warning:
Careful attention should be paid to:
•
Quality of the power supply: low ripple, PFM or PSM systems should be
avoided (PWM converter preferred).
•
Capacity to deliver high current peaks in a short time (pulsed radio
emission).
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5.1.3 Layout requirement
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5.1.4 Antenna
Antenna sub-system and integration in the application is a major issue.
Attention should be paid to:
•
Choice of the antenna cable (type, length, performances, thermal
resistance, etc)
•
Antenna connector (type + losses)
These elements could affect GSM performances such as sensitivity and
emitted power
The antenna should be isolated as much as possible from the digital circuitry
(including the interface signals) # it is strongly recommended to shield the
terminal.
On terminals including the antenna, a poor shielding could dramatically affect
the sensitivity of the terminal.
Moreover, the power emitted through the antenna could affect the application.
Warning:
Wavecom strongly recommends to work with an antenna manufacturer either
to develop an antenna adapted to the application or to adapt an existing
solution to the application. The antenna adaptation (mechanical and electrical
adaptation) is one of the key issues in the design of a GSM terminal.
5.2 Mechanical integration
Attention should be paid to:
•
Antenna cable integration (bending, length, position, etc)
•
Legs of the module to be soldered on the Ground plane
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5.3 Firmware upgrade
The WISMO Quik Q2403 Series firmware is stored in flash memory and it can
easily be upgraded.
In order to follow the regular evolutions of the GPRS standard and to offer state
of the art software, Wavecom recommends that the application designed
around a WISMO (or WISMO based product) allows easy firmware upgrades
on the module via the standard Xmodem protocol. Therefore, the application
shall either allow a direct access to the WISMO serial link through an external
connector or implement any mechanism allowing the WISMO firmware to be
downloaded via Xmodem.
Two upgrade procedures are available:
5.3.1 Nominal upgrade procedure
The firmware file can be downloaded into the modem using the Xmodem
protocol.
To enter this mode, the AT+WDWL command (see description in the AT
command manual) has to be sent.
The necessary serial signals to proceed with the Xmodem downloading are:
Rx, Tx, RTS, CTS and GND.
5.3.2 Backup procedure
In case the nominal upgrade mode is not possible (due to critical corruption on
the flash memory), a backup procedure is also available. It requires a
WAVECOM specific software to download the firmware file into the modem.
This tool has to run on a PC connected to the serial bus of the modem.
The necessary signals to proceed with the downloading are: Rx, Tx, RTS, CTS
and GND.
Prior to running the WAVECOM downloader, the modem has to be set in
download mode.
For this, the BOOT signal has to be set to low while powering ON (or reseting)
the modem.
Note: To reduce the time of the download, it’s possible to change the speed of
the serial link at 115200 bits/s. for that, you have to execute the AT command
below:
1)
2)
3)
4)
AT+IPR=115200
AT+WDWL
file transfer
AT+CFUN=1 (reset of the module)
Make attention that after the last command, the serial link will be by default at
9600 bits/s.
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6 Appendix
6.1 Wavecom acceptance test
These tests are Wavecom internal qualification tests. They are performed on a
Wavecom evaluation platform (module on test board).
Applied standard
Test
Acceptance criteria
for Full conformity to the recommendation regarding
(and the main RF parameters.
Performance
Test
ETSI
recommendation
GSM900/GSM1800
GSM900/GSM1900)
communication.
Cooking Test
-
The test continues even after the Cooking Test
milestone has been reached
Stress Test
Therma shocks IEC 68-2-14.
Full conformity to the recommendation regarding
the main parameters.
Vibration Test
Sinusoidal vibration IEC 68-2-6.
No performance degradation or
degradation is allowed after test.
mechanical
Vibration Test
Random vibration IEC 68-2-36.
No performance degradation or
degradation is allowed after test.
mechanical
Shock Test
IEC 68-2-27.
No performance degradation or
degradation is allowed after test.
mechanical
Bump Test
IEC 68-2-29.
No performance degradation or
degradation is allowed after test.
mechanical
Humidity Test
Corrosion test IEC 68-2-3.
No visible degradation of the product, both
visual and functionnal.
The unit is tested at room temperature and must
be fully operative for the main RF parameters.
Warehouse Tet Low temperance IEC 68-2-1.
Under normal condition (room temperature) after
the test, the unit must behave in full conformity
with the main RF parameters specification.
Warehouse
Test
High temperature IEC 68-2-2.
Under normal condition (room temperature) after
the test, the unit must behave in full conformity
with the main RF parameters specification.
Dust Test1
MIL-STD-810D, method 510-3.
No visible dust in the visible areas. No more than
50 dust particules in the cabinet of the product.
The unit, tested at room temperature must be
fully operative.
Light Test1
UV radiation and temperature EDF Visual inspection on the discoloration and other
HN60E03.
degradation effects such as cracks in the
material of the unit after the test.
Fall Test1
IEC 68-2-32.
Only minor casing degradation is allowed, with a
maximum dimension change of 1mm. The unit
must remain fully operative and full specification
for the main RF parameters.
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Electro
Static IEC 1000-4-2.
Discharge Test
No performance degradation
test.
allowed after the
Salt Mist Test
IEC 68-2-11
After the test, visual inspection on the unit.
Atmosphere
Test
Flowing mixed gas corrosion. IEC After the test, visual inspection on the unit and
68-2-60
inside.
Marking Test
EN 60 950
After the test, visual inspection on the unit. No
degradation is allowed on the marking.
6.2 Reference documents
GSM ETSI recommendations for Phase I and Phase II.
Specification Reference
GSM900/1800/1900
Radio
Title
ph2 ETSI GSM 05.05 v7.1.0 release 1998
GSM
ph2
Management
Link- ETSI GSM 03.06, 04.08, 05.05, 05.08, 05.10, 07.01
and GT 01 v4.2.1
GSM
ph2
Management
Link- ETSI GSM 03.06, 04.08, 05.05, 05.08, 05.10, 07.01
and GT 01 v4.2.1
GSM ph2 Layer 2
ETSI GSM 04.06 and GT 01 v4.2.1
GSM900 ph2 Layer 3
ETSI GSM 04.08 and GT 01 v4.2.1
GSM1800 ph2 Layer 3
ETSI GSM 04.08 and GT 01 v4.2.1
GSM900/GSM1800
Multiband
ETSI GSM 02.07, 03.22, 04.08, 04.13, 05.05, 05.08
and GT 01 v4.2.1
GSM ph2 SIM
ETSI GSM 11.11 and GT 01 v4.2.1
GSM ph2 Teleservices
ETSI GSM 03.50 and GT 01 v4.2.1
GSM ph2 Miscellaneous
ETSI GSM 02.07, 03.40, 03.41, 04.08, 04.10, 04.11,
06.10, 06.11, 06.12, 06.31, 06.32, 07.01, 09.07 and
GT 01 v4.2.1
GSM1800
Miscellaneous
GSM1900 ph2+
ph2 ETSI GSM 02.07, 03.40, 03.41, 04.08, 04.10, 04.11,
06.10, 06.11, 06.12, 06.31, 06.32, 07.01, 09.07 and
GT 01 v4.2.1
EN 300 919 V7.1.0 (1999-07) European standard
(Telecommunications
series)
Digital
cellular
telecommunications system (phase2+)
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6.3 Safety recommendations (for information only)
IMPORTANT
FOR THE EFFICIENT AND SAFE OPERATION OF
YOUR GSM APPLICATION BASED ON WISMO Quik Q2403 Series
PLEASE READ THIS INFORMATION CAREFULLY
6.3.1 RF safety
6.3.1.1
General
Your GSM terminal7 is based on the GSM standard for cellular technology. The
GSM standard is spread all over the world. It covers Europe, Asia and some
parts of America and Africa. This is the most used telecommunication
standard.
Your GSM terminal is actually a low power radio transmitter and receiver. It
sends out and receives radio frequency energy. When you use your GSM
application, the cellular system which handles your calls controls both the
radio frequency and the power level of your cellular modem.
6.3.1.2
Exposure to RF energy
There has been some public concern about possible health effects of using
GSM terminals. Although research on health effects from RF energy has
focused on the current RF technology for many years, scientists have begun
research regarding newer radio technologies, such as GSM. After existing
research had been reviewed, and after compliance to all applicable safety
standards had been tested, it has been concluded that the product was fitted
for use.
If you are concerned about exposure to RF energy there are things you can do
to minimize exposure. Obviously, limiting the duration of your calls will reduce
your exposure to RF energy. In addition, you can reduce RF exposure by
operating your cellular terminal efficiently by following the below guidelines.
6.3.1.3
Efficient terminal operation
For your GSM terminal to operate at the lowest power level, consistent with
satisfactory call quality:
If your terminal has an extendible antenna, extend it fully. Some models allow
you to place a call with the antenna retracted. However your GSM terminal
operates more efficiently with the antenna fully extended.
Do not hold the antenna when the terminal is « IN USE ». Holding the antenna
affects call quality and may cause the modem to operate at a higher power
level than needed.
7
based on WISMO2D
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6.3.1.4
Antenna care and replacement
Do not use the GSM terminal with a damaged antenna. If a damaged antenna
comes into contact with the skin, a minor burn may result. Replace a damaged
antenna immediately. Consult your manual to see if you may change the
antenna yourself. If so, use only a manufacturer-approved antenna. Otherwise,
have your antenna repaired by a qualified technician.
Use only the supplied or approved antenna. Unauthorized antennas,
modifications or attachments could damage the terminal and may contravene
local RF emission regulations or invalidate type approval.
6.3.2 General safety
6.3.2.1
Driving
Check the laws and the regulations regarding the use of cellular devices in the
area where you have to drive as you always have to comply with them. When
using your GSM terminal while driving, please:
•
give full attention to driving,
•
pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if driving
conditions so require.
6.3.2.2
Electronic devices
Most electronic equipment, for example in hospitals and motor vehicles is
shielded from RF energy. However RF energy may affect some improperly
shielded electronic equipment.
6.3.2.3
Vehicle electronic equipment
Check your vehicle manufacturer representative to determine if any on-board
electronic equipment is adequately shielded from RF energy.
6.3.2.4
Medical electronic equipment
Consult the manufacturer of any personal medical devices (such as
pacemakers, hearing aids, etc...) to determine if they are adequately shielded
from external RF energy.
Turn your terminal OFF in health care facilities when any regulations posted in
the area instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using
RF monitoring equipment.
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6.3.2.5
Aircraft
Turn your terminal OFF before boarding any aircraft.
•
Use it on the ground only with crew permission.
•
Do not use it in the air.
To prevent possible interference with aircraft systems, Federal Aviation
Administration (FAA) regulations require you to have permission from a crew
member to use your terminal while the aircraft is on the ground. To prevent
interference with cellular systems, local RF regulations prohibit using your
modem while airborne.
6.3.2.6
Children
Do not allow children to play with your GSM terminal. It is not a toy. Children
could hurt themselves or others (by poking themselves or others in the eye
with the antenna, for example). Children could damage the modem, or make
calls that increase your modem bills.
6.3.2.7
Blasting areas
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your unit OFF when in a
« blasting area » or in areas posted: « turn off two-way radio ». Construction
crew often use remote control RF devices to set off explosives.
6.3.2.8
Potentially explosive atmospheres
Turn your terminal OFF when in any area with a potentially explosive
atmosphere. It is rare, but your modem or its accessories could generate
sparks. Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting in
bodily injuries or even death.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but not always, clearly
marked. They include fueling areas such as petrol stations ; below decks on
boats ; fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities ; and areas where the air
contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or metal powders.
Do not transport or store flammable gas, liquid, or explosives, in the
compartment of your vehicle which contains your terminal or accessories.
Before using your terminal in a vehicle powered by liquefied petroleum gas
(such as propane or butane) ensure that the vehicle complies with the relevant
fire and safety regulations of the country in which the vehicle is to be used.
6.4 Application notes for the SIM interface
The next 2 pages are application notes to interface the module with SIM
cards:
•
application note #1: interface with 3V SIMs
•
application note #2: interface with 3V/5V SIMs
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6.5 General Purpose Connector data sheet
The next 6 pages are the KYOCERA/ELCO data sheets for the GPC (also
available from http://www.avxcorp.com .
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0,5 mm Spacing
SERIES 5087
Surface Mount
Vertical Plug
Specifications:
• 1000 per Tape and Reel
• Voltage - 50 V
• Current Rating - 0.4 A
• Dielectric Withstanding Voltage - 500 V
• Operating Temperature - (-25°C ~ +85°C)
• Contact Material - phosphor bronze
• Insulator Material - PPS (UL 94 V-0)
MOUNTING LAYOUT
No. of Pos.
20
30
36
40
50
60
10
10
10
10
10
10
5087
5087
5087
5087
5087
5087
P/N
020 XX0
030 XX0
036 XX0
040 XX0
050 XX0
060 XX0
861
861
861
861
861
861
A
4.5/.177
7.0/.276
8.5/.335
9.5/.374
12.0/.472
14.5/.571
B
7.2/.283
9.7/.382
11.2/.441
12.2/.480
14.7/.579
17.2/.677
C
6.2/.244
8.7/.343
10.2/.402
11.2/.441
13.7/.539
16.2/.638
D
5.5/.217
8.0/.315
9.5/.374
10.5/.414
13.0/.512
15.5/.610
G
0.25/.0098
0.50/.0196
0.25/.0098
0.25/.0098
0.50/.0196
0.25/.0098
Dimensions millimeters/inches
ORDERING CODE
Typical Example
14
5087
0XX
2XX
861
14: PLUG - Tape and Reel
NUMBER OF CONTACTS:
40, 60
: 3.0mm Stack
36, 40, 50
: 3.5mm Stack
20, 30, 36,
50, 60
: 4.0mm Stack
2: Without Adhesive Tape
9: Adhesive Cover Tape
VARIATION CODE:
30
35
40
H
.9
1.4
1.9
I
2.15
2.7
3.2
PLATING VARIATION:
861: 15 microinches of gold with gold flash tails
Consult factory for other sizes
65/70
0,5 mm Spacing
SERIES 5087
Surface Mount
Vertical Receptacle
Specifications:
• 1000 per Tape and Reel
• Voltage - 50 V
• Current Rating - 0.4 A
• Dielectric Withstanding Voltage - 500 V
• Operating Temperature - (-25°C ~ +85°C)
• Contact Material - phosphor bronze
• Insulator Material - PPS (UL 94 V-0)
MOUNTING LAYOUT
No. of Pos.
20
30
36
40
50
60
20
20
20
20
20
20
5087
5087
5087
5087
5087
5087
P/N
020
030
036
040
050
060
x00
x00
x00
x00
x00
x00
861
861
861
861
861
861
A
4.5/.177
7.0/.276
8.5/.335
9.5/.374
12.0/.472
14.5/.570
B
7.2/.283
9.7/.382
11.2/.441
12.2/.480
14.7/.579
17.2/.677
C
6.4/.252
8.9/.350
10.4/.409
11.4/.449
13.9/.547
16.4/.646
D
5.4/.213
7.9/.311
9.4/.370
10.4/.409
12.9/.508
15.4/.606
0XX
200
G
0.25/.0098
0.50/.0196
0.25/.0098
0.25/.0098
0.50/.0196
0.25/.0098
Dimensions millimeters/inches
ORDERING CODE
Typical Example
24
5087
861
24: Receptacle - Tape and Reel
NUMBER OF CONTACTS:
20, 30, 36, 40, 50, 60
2: Without Adhesive Tape
9: Adhesive Cover Tape
PLATING VARIATION:
861: 15 microinches of gold with gold flash tails
Consult factory for other sizes
66/70
0,5 mm Spacing
PLUG
RECE.
PLUG
RECE.
PLUG
RECE.
No. of Pos.
20
30
36
40
50
60
10
20
10
20
10
20
P/N
5087 xxx x30
5087 xxx x00
5087 xxx x35
5087 xxx x00
5087 xxx x40
5087 xxx x00
Applications
Stacking
Height
861
861
861
861
861
861
3.0
3.5
4.0
A
7.2/.283
9.7/.382
11.2/.441
12.2/.480
14.7/.579
17.2/.677
0,5 mm Spacing
Tape and Reel
67/70
Super Micro Connectors 0.5mm Pitch
Series 5087 Plug
ORDERING CODE
14
5087 0XX X XX 8XX
FINISH
861 = Ni Under Coated
1.25µm min.
Gold-Mating Area
Au 0.38µm min.
829 = Ni Under Coated
1.25µm min.
Gold-Mating Area
Au 0.1µm min.
VARIATION
30 : H = 3.0mm
35 : H = 3.5mm
40 : H = 4.0mm
TYPE 0 = without Boss with
Retention Clip
2 = without Boss,
Retention Clip
9 = without Boss,
Retention Clip,
with Adhesive Tape
SERIES
TAPE AND REEL
14 = Plug
NUMBER OF POSITIONS
(20, 30, 32, 36, 40, 50, 60)
A = 0.5 (N⁄2 -1)
B = 0.5 (N⁄2 -1)+2.7
C = 0.5 (N⁄2 -1)+1.7
D = 0.5 (N⁄2 -1)+1.0
H = 3.0mm Type
H = 3.5mm Type
H = 4.0mm Type
Additional information on this product is available from AVX’s catalog or AVX’s FAX Service.
Call 1-800-879-1613 and request document #269. Visit our website http://www.avxcorp.com
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Super Micro Connectors 0.5mm Pitch
Series 5087 Receptacle H = 3.0 ~ 4.0mm Type
ORDERING CODE
24
5087 0XX X 00 8XX
FINISH
861 = Ni Under Coated
1.25µm min.
Gold-Mating Area
Au 0.38µm min.
829 = Ni Under Coated
1.25µm min.
Gold-Mating Area
Au 0.1µm min.
VARIATION
H = 3.0 ~ 4.0mm
TYPE 0 = without Boss with
Retention Clip
2 = without Boss,
Retention Clip
9 = without Boss,
Retention Clip,
with Adhesive Tape
NUMBER OF POSITIONS
SERIES
(20, 30, 32, 36, 40, 50, 60)
TAPE AND REEL
24 = Receptacle
A = 0.5 (N⁄2 -1)
B = A +2.7
C = A +1.9
D = A +0.9
Additional information on this product is available from AVX’s catalog or AVX’s FAX Service.
Call 1-800-879-1613 and request document #270. Visit our website http://www.avxcorp.com
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Super Micro Connectors 0.5mm Pitch
Series 5087 Plug
ORDERING CODE
14
5087 0XX X XX 8XX
FINISH
861 = Ni Under Coated
1.25µm min.
Gold-Mating Area
Au 0.38µm min.
829 = Ni Under Coated
1.25µm min.
Gold-Mating Area
Au 0.1µm min.
VARIATION
20 : H = 2.0mm
25 : H = 2.5mm
TYPE 0 = without Boss with
Retention Clip
2 = without Boss,
Retention Clip
9 = without Boss,
Retention Clip,
with Adhesive Tape
H = 2.0mm Type
H = 2.5mm Type
SERIES
TAPE AND REEL
14 = Plug
NUMBER OF POSITIONS
(10*, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60) *2.0mm H only
A = 0.5 (N⁄2 -1)
B = 0.5 (N⁄2 -1)+4.4
D = 0.5 (N⁄2 -1)+1.5
Series 5087 Receptacle H = 2.0 ~ 2.5mm Type
ORDERING CODE
24
5087 0XX X 01 8XX
FINISH
861 = Ni Under Coated
1.25µm min.
Gold-Mating Area
Au 0.38µm min.
829 = Ni Under Coated
1.25µm min.
Gold-Mating Area
Au 0.1µm min.
VARIATION
H = 2.0 ~ 2.5mm
TYPE 0 = without Boss with
Retention Clip
2 = without Boss,
Retention Clip
9 = without Boss,
Retention Clip,
with Adhesive Tape
NUMBER OF POSITIONS
SERIES
(10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60)
TAPE AND REEL
24 = Receptacle
Additional information on this product is available from AVX’s catalog or AVX’s FAX Service.
Call 1-800-879-1613 and request document #271. Visit our website http://www.avxcorp.com
ELCO
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