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Date :
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Reference :
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Level/
Indice
0.3
Date/
Date
June
2000
History of the evolution /
Historique des évolutions
Creation and Correction
1.2
Sept.
2000
Sept
2000
January
2001
Correction: figure 5 application note for serial link
P.
Calvez,
S.
Dechicha F. Doherier,
T. Lapousterle, M.
Nau, D. Martinez, B.
Zenou
S. Dechicha
Application note for external SIM 3V/5V interface
S. Dechicha
1.3
1.4
Minor formal modifications
mechanical specifications
Name / Nom
Written
by
/ B.Zenou
Rédigé par
Validated
by / D. MARTINEZ
Validé par
Approved by / P.Calvez
Approuvé par
Writer / Rédacteur
+
addition
Function /
Fonction
Product Marketing
of
the M. Nau
Date/
Date
June
2000
Modem
Support June
Engineer
2000
Product
Marketing June
Senior Manager
2000
Signature/
Signature
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Contents
1
Introduction to the WMOi3: outstanding assets ..............................7
1.1
Scope of the user’s guide ..................................................................... 7
1.2
1.2.1
1.2.2
1.2.3
1.2.4
1.2.5
General characteristics ......................................................................... 8
General ................................................................................................ 8
Electrical .............................................................................................. 8
Physical ............................................................................................... 8
Basic Features...................................................................................... 8
Interfaces............................................................................................. 9
1.3
Mechanical Design Overview.............................................................. 10
2
Safety precautions ............................................................................13
2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.1.4
RF safety ........................................................................................... 13
General .............................................................................................. 13
Exposure to RF energy........................................................................ 13
Efficient modem operation.................................................................. 13
Antenna care and replacement............................................................ 14
2.2
2.2.1
2.2.2
2.2.3
2.2.4
2.2.5
2.2.6
2.2.7
2.2.8
General safety .................................................................................... 15
Driving............................................................................................... 15
Electronic devices............................................................................... 15
Vehicle electronic equipment............................................................... 15
Medical electronic equipment ............................................................. 15
Aircraft .............................................................................................. 15
Children............................................................................................. 15
Blasting areas .................................................................................... 16
Potentially explosive atmospheres....................................................... 16
2.3
Safety standards ................................................................................ 16
3
Standard Compliance........................................................................16
3.1
GSM compliance................................................................................ 16
3.2
FTA Compliance................................................................................. 17
3.2.1 IMEI Number...................................................................................... 17
3.2.2 CE Label............................................................................................. 18
4
Hardware Interfaces .........................................................................19
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.1.5
4.1.6
Interfaces on the 50-pin general purpose connector............................ 19
The 50-pin connector description........................................................ 19
Power supply ..................................................................................... 23
Serial link ........................................................................................... 25
ON / ~OFF ......................................................................................... 26
BOOT ................................................................................................ 28
Reset signal (~RST) ............................................................................ 29
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4.1.7 Flashing LED...................................................................................... 30
4.1.8 General Purpose Input/Output............................................................. 31
4.1.9 Analog to Digital Converter ................................................................. 31
4.1.10
Audio Interface.............................................................................. 33
4.1.11
SIM interface................................................................................. 37
4.1.12
SPI bus ......................................................................................... 39
4.1.13
Keypad interface............................................................................ 39
4.2
RF Interface ....................................................................................... 41
4.2.1 RF connector...................................................................................... 41
4.2.2 RF performances ................................................................................ 41
4.3
5
SIM interface ..................................................................................... 41
Connector Supplier and Peripheral devices.....................................42
5.1
Where to find the SMD connectors ..................................................... 42
5.1.1 GSM Antenna .................................................................................... 43
5.1.2 The SIM card holder ........................................................................... 44
6
Climatic and mechanical environment.............................................44
7
Demonstration board........................................................................45
8
General guidelines for the use of the WMOi3 .................................46
8.1
8.1.1
8.1.2
8.1.3
8.1.4
9
Key information.................................................................................. 46
Hardware and RF ............................................................................... 46
The Antenna ...................................................................................... 46
Firmware upgrade .............................................................................. 46
Getting started................................................................................... 47
Reference documents .......................................................................49
10
Acronyms and Abbreviations .........................................................50
11
Index ................................................................................................51
12
Annexes ...........................................................................................55
12.1 Mechanical specifications................................................................... 55
12.2 3V/5V SIM management..................................................................... 56
12.3 AT commands list .............................................................................. 57
12.4 Connectors data sheets ...................................................................... 61
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Cautions:
Information furnished herein by Wavecom are accurate and reliable. However no
responsibility is assumed for its use.
Please read carefully the safety precautions.
If you have any technical questions regarding this document or the product
described in it, please contact your distributor.
General information about Wavecom and its range of products is available at the
following internet address: http://www.wavecom.com
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Some mentioned
companies
products
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1 Introduction
assets
to
the
WMOi3:
outstanding
WMOi3 integrated modem provides a quick and easy way to plug in GSM
functionality to systems and terminals. Available in dual-band configurations, this
full type approved integrated modem constitutes a self-contained, fully integrated
implementation of the GSM standard.
Thanks to standard interfaces, it can be integrated into any system which offers
unlimited assets. It is ready for voice, SMS, data and fax. WMOi3 integrated
modem is a product with a sole connector, which puts together all the interface
signals in order to facilitate its integration.
It has an integrated SIM connector as well as a standard RF connector type MMCX
(Miniature Micro Connector).
For system integrators, WMOi3 is the fast track to the wireless world.
1.1 Scope of the user’s guide
This document describes the hardware interface and the technical specifications of
the WMOi3 integrated modem.
The integrated modem is referenced as WMOi3 according to the GSM 900
standard, the GSM 1800 standard and the GSM 1900 standard. This product is
based on a Dual Band WISMO TM: every integrated modem referenced WMOi3G900/1800 includes a GSM 900/1800 MHz module and every integrated modem
referenced WMOi3-G900/1900 includes a GSM 900/1900 MHz module. This two
dual-band modems have the same specifications unless otherwise specified.
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1.2 General characteristics
1.2.1 General
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Dual Band GSM modem E-GSM 900/1800 or E-GSM 900/1900
Class 4 (2W at 900MHz)
Class 1 (1W at 1800/1900 MHz)
Small size and low power consumption
Voice, SMS
fax and data transmission without extra hardware
Tricodec (FR/EFR/HR)
Internal 3V SIM interface
Easy remote control by AT commands for dedicated applications
Fully Type Approved according to GSM Phase 2+ specifications
Fully shielded and ready-to-use
1.2.2 Electrical
•
•
•
Power supply: 5 VDC +/- 5% 1A
300 mA average in GSM 900 at Tx power max 2W
9 mA in idle mode
1.2.3 Physical
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Absolute maximum dimension: 46 x 64 x 12 mm
Weight: 90 g
Volume: 36.21 cm3
Casing: Complete shielding-stainless steelMounting: 4 screw holes
Operating temperature range: -20°C to + 55°C
Storage temperature: -35°C to +85°C
1.2.4 Basic Features
1.2.4.1
•
•
•
telephony
Telephony (TCH/FS) & Emergency calls
Full Rate, Enhanced Full Rate and Half Rate
Dual Tone Multi Frequency function (DTMF)
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1.2.4.2
•
•
Point to point MT & MO
SMS Cell Broadcast
1.2.4.3
•
•
•
•
GSM Supplementary services
Call Forwarding
Call Barring
Multiparty
Call Waiting and Call Hold
Calling Line Identity
Advice of Charge
USSD
Closed User Group
Explicit Call Transfer
1.2.4.5
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Data Features
Data circuit asynchronous, transparent and non transparent up to 14,400
bits/s
Automatic fax group 3 (Class 1 & 2)
Alternate speech and fax
MNP2, V.42bis
1.2.4.4
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Short Message Service
Other features
ME+SIM phone book management
Fixed Dialling Number
SIM Toolkit Class 2
SIM, network and service provider locks
Real Time Clock
Alarm management
Software upgrade through Xmodem protocol
UCS2 character set management
1.2.5 Interfaces
Single antenna interface
Internal SIM interface:
External SIM interface:
3V only
3V only for engineering sample.
3V or 5V for production unit
For Data Operation:
RS-232C serial link
remote control by AT commands (GSM 07.07 and 07.05)
baud rate from 300 to 115,200 bits/s
from 300 up to 38400 bits/s with autobauding
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1.3 Mechanical Design Overview
The WMOi3 integrated modem is encased as shown in the figure here-below. It
includes a WISMO™ module, a 50-pin connector, a SIM holder and a RF connector.
figure 1 : mechanical description
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figure 2 : mechanical description II
4 screw holes allow the WMOi3 to be fixed on the mother PCB. The WMOi3 can
be mounted indifferently on both sides (top or bottom).
For further details see mechanical specifications in annex.
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Note: Interfaces
The integrated modem has a sole 50-pin connector which gathers all the
interface signals in order to facilitate its integration.
It has an integrated SIM card holder as well as a standard RF connector type
MMCX (Miniature Micro Connector)
The concept of the integrated modem has been defined to integrate on a sole
device:
• only one standard easy to find connector (worldwide supplied) gathering
the analog and digital interfaces
• one standard easy to find RF connector. See chapter RF connector page
34
• one SIM card holder. See chapter SIM interface
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2 Safety precautions
IMPORTANT
FOR THE EFFICIENT AND SAFE OPERATION OF
YOUR GSM INTEGRATED MODEM
READ THIS INFORMATION BEFORE USE
2.1 RF safety
2.1.1 General
Your WMOi3 integrated modem 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 modem is actually a low power radio transmitter and receiver. It sends out
and receives radio frequency energy. When you use your WMOi3 integrated
modem, the cellular system which handles your calls controls both the radio
frequency and the power level of your cellular modem.
2.1.2 Exposure to RF energy
There has been some public concern about possible health effects of using GSM
modems. 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 modem efficiently by following the below guidelines.
2.1.3
Efficient modem operation
For your modem to operate at the lowest power level, consistent with satisfactory
call quality :
If your modem has an extendible antenna, extend it fully. Some models allow you
to place a call with the antenna retracted. However your modem operates more
efficiently with the antenna fully extended.
Do not hold the antenna when the modem is « IN USE ». Holding the antenna
affects call quality and may cause the modem to operate at a higher power level
than needed.
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2.1.4 Antenna care and replacement
Do not use the modem 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 modem and may contravene local RF emission
regulations or invalidate type approval.
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2.2 General safety
2.2.1 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 modem 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.
2.2.2 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.
2.2.3 Vehicle electronic equipment
Check your vehicle manufacturer representative to determine if any on-board
electronic equipment is adequately shielded from RF energy.
2.2.4 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 modem 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.
2.2.5 Aircraft
Turn your modem 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 modem while the aircraft is on the ground. To prevent
interference with cellular systems, local RF regulations prohibit using your
modem while airborne.
2.2.6 Children
Do not allow children to play with your modem. 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.
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2.2.7 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.
2.2.8 Potentially explosive atmospheres
Turn your modem 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 modem or accessories.
Before using your modem 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.
2.3 Safety standards
THIS WMOi3 INTEGRATED MODEM COMPLIES WITH ALL APPLICABLE RF
SAFETY STANDARDS.
This cellular modem meets the standards and recommendations for the
protection of public exposure to RF electromagnetic energy established by
governmental bodies and other qualified organizations, such as the following :
Directives of the European Community, Directorate General V in Matters of Radio
Frequency Electromagnetic Energy
3 Standard Compliance
3.1 GSM compliance
Reference regulations: TBR 19, TBR 20, TBR 31, TBR 32
Table 1 : Wavecom acceptance test
Applied Standard
Acceptance Criteria
ETSI
Full conformity to the recommendation regarding the
recommendation for main RF parameters.
GSM/DCS
communication.
Cooking Test The test continues even after the Cooking Test milestone
has been reached
Stress Test
Therma shocks IEC Full conformity to the recommendation regarding the
68-2-14.
main parameters.
Tests
Performance
Test
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Vibration
Test
Vibration
Test
Shock Test
Sinusoidal vibration
IEC 68-2-6.
Random
vibration
IEC 68-2-36.
IEC 68-2-27.
Bump Test
IEC 68-2-29.
Humidity
Test
Corrosion
68-2-3.
Warehouse
Test
Low temperance IEC
68-2-1.
Warehouse
Test
High
temperature
IEC 68-2-2.
Dust Test
MIL-STD-810D,
method 510-3.
Light Test
UV
radiation
temperature
HN60E03.
IEC 68-2-32.
Fall Test
Electro Static
Discharge
Test
Salt
Mist
Test
Atmosphere
Test
Marking
Test
IEC 1000-4-2.
No performance degradation or mechanical degradation
is allowed after test.
No performance degradation or mechanical degradation
is allowed after test.
No performance degradation or mechanical degradation
is allowed after test.
No performance degradation or mechanical degradation
is allowed after test.
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.
Under normal condition (room temperature) after the
test, the unit must behave in full conformity with the
main RF parameters specification.
Under normal condition (room temperature) after the
test, the unit must behave in full conformity with the
main RF parameters specification.
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.
Visual inspection on the discoloration and other
degradation effects such as cracks in the material of the
unit after the test.
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.
No performance degradation allowed after the test.
IEC 68-2-11
After the test, visual inspection on the unit.
test
IEC
and
EDF
Flowing mixed gas After the test, visual inspection on the unit and inside.
corrosion. IEC 68-260
EN 60 950
After the test, visual inspection on the unit. No
degradation is allowed on the marking.
3.2 FTA Compliance
The WMOi3 has received a Full-Type Approval (according to normal MS
requirements) in the configuration using the internal SIM interface.
3.2.1 IMEI Number
GSM 900/1800:
TAC: 5 000 64
FAC: 11
Serial Numbers: 000000 to 999999
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GSM 900/1900:
TAC: 500 100
FAC: 11
Serial Number: 000000 to 999999
3.2.2 CE Label
The WMOi3 integrated modem is CE compliant which implies that the modem is
in conformity with the European Community directives and it bears the CE label
Carrying out tests:
Electro-magnetic field immunity
EN 61000-4-3
ETS 300-342—1
Radiated emission
EN 55022
ETS 300-342
ESD immunity
EN 61000-4-2
ETS 300-342-1
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4 Hardware Interfaces
This chapter describes the hardware interfaces:
• interfaces on the 50-pin general purpose connector
• RF interface
• SIM interface
4.1 Interfaces on the 50-pin general purpose connector
4.1.1 The 50-pin connector description
Table 2 : 50-pin connector description
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
6
Name
GND
GND
+5V
+5V
CT109/DCD
GND
GPIO4
I/O
I/O type
O
Supply
Supply
CMOS/2X
I/O
CMOS/2X
7
8
9
10
11
SPK2N
CT125/RI
SPK2P
Flashing LED
O
O
O
I/O
Analog
CMOS/2X
Analog
CMOS/2X
12
13
SPK1P
CT106/CTS
O
O
Analog
1X
14
15
16
SPK1N
ON/~OFF
MIC2P
O
I
I
Analog
17
18
AUXV0
MIC2N
I
I
Analog
Analog
19
20
~RST
MIC1P
I
I
Analog
21
22
GND
MIC1N
I
I
Analog
23
24
25
BOOT
GND
CT103/TX
I
I
Analog
Description
GROUND
GROUND
Comment
High current
High current
High current
High current
RS232-Data Carrier Detect
GROUND
High current
General Purpose I/O
Speaker2 negative output
RS232-Ring Indicator
Speaker 2 positive output
Working mode indication
Led
Speaker 1 positive output
RS232 interface Clear To
Send
Speaker 1 negative output
Power ON/OFF control
Microphone 2
positive
input
Auxiliary ADC input
Microphone 2 negative
input
Reset active low
Microphone 1
positive
input
Ground
Microphone 1 negative
input
BOOT
GROUND
RS232 interface - Transmit
Driven by module
(3)
ON = VCC
Open Collector
Open Collector
High current
(3)
Pull up to VCC
with 100KΩ when
not used
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Pin #
26
27
Name
GPIO0
CT107/DSR
28
29
CT104/RX
O
CT108-2/DTR I
30
CT105/RTS
I
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
1X
1X
1X
1X
1X
1X
1X
1X
1X
1X
42
43
44
45
46
47
COL3
COL4
COL1
COL2
ROW4
COL0
ROW2
ROW3
ROW0
ROW1
(1)
GND
(2)
NC
SPI_EN
SPI_IO
SPI_CLK
SIMCLK
SIMRST
SIMVCC
O
I/O
O
O
O
O
1X
1X
1X
2X
2X
48
SIMPRES1
I
49
50
I/O
I/O
O
I/O type
CMOS/2X
1X
1X
Description
Comment
General Purpose I/O
RS232 interface
Data Set Ready
RS232 interface – Receive
(3)
RS232 interface
Pull up to VCC
Data Terminal Ready
with 100KΩ when
not used
(3)
RS232 interface
Pull up to VCC
Request To Send
with 100KΩ when
not used
Keypad column
Keypad column
Keypad column
Keypad column
Keypad row
Keypad column
Keypad row
Keypad row
Keypad row
Keypad row
(1)
GROUND
High current
(2)
No Connected
SPI enable
2
I C Data or SPI Data
2
I C Clock or SPI Clock
Clock for SIM Interface
3V mode
Reset for SIM interface
3V mode
SIM card supply
3V mode
6mA max
SIM card detect
Connected to SIM
connector pin 8.
Pin 4 of SIM
connector must be
pulled down to
GND with 1 KΩ*
I/O for SIM interface
3V mode
See (1) and (2)
High current
SIMDATA
I/O
3X
(1)
GND ,
GPO0(2)**
(1)
for engineering sample
(2)
for production unit.
(3)
VCC = application digital power supply either 5V or 2.8V
*see SIM socket diagram 4.3 SIM interface
** GPO0 is a general purpose output for selection of external SIM 3V or 5V
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Table 3 : operating conditions
Parameter
I/O type
Min
Max
Vinput low
CMOS
-0.5 V
0.8 V
Vinput high
CMOS
2.1 V
3.0 V
Voutput low
1X
0.2 V
IOL = -1 mA
2X
0.2 V
IOL = -2 mA
3X
0.2 V
IOL = -3 mA
Voutput high
Condition
1X
2.6 V
IOH = 1 mA
2X
2.6 V
IOH = 2 mA
3X
2.6 V
IOH = 3 mA
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GND
1
2
GND
+5 V
3
4
+5V
CT109/DCD
5
6
GND
GPIO4
7
8
SPK2N
CT125/RI
9
10
SPK2P
FLASHING LED
11
12
SPK1P
CT106/CTS
13
14
SPK1N
ON/~OFF
15
16
MIC2P
AUXV0
17
18
MIC2N
~RST
19
20
MIC1P
GND
21
22
MIC1N
BOOT
23
24
GND
CT103/Tx
25
26
GPIO0
CT107/DSR
27
28
CT104/Rx
CT108-2/DTR
29
30
CT105/RTS
COL3
31
32
COL4
COL1
33
34
COL2
ROW4
35
36
COL0
ROW2
37
38
ROW3
ROW0
39
40
ROW1
GND (1) , NC (2)
41
42
SPI_EN
SPI_IO
43
44
SPI_CLK
SIMCLK
45
46
SIMRST
SIMVCC
47
48
SIMPRES1
SIMDATA
49
50
GND (1) , GPO0 (2)
(1) for engineering sample
(2) for production unit
figure 3 : 50-pin connector
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49
2
1
figure 4 : pin numbering/bottom view
4.1.2 Power supply
The main power supply is provided through a double connection. These
connections are respectively the pin 3 and 4 for the +5V and the pins 1 and 2 for
the ground (GND). The pins 6, 21, 24 and 40 are also ground connection in order
to produce a proper ground plane.
A 5V +/-5% - 1A power is strictly required to supply the modem. Otherwise,
serious dysfunctions may appear. However, the modem does not have to
constantly deliver 1A current at 5V on this power supply.
This power supply is internally regulated to a nominal value VBATT.
Table 4 : power supply pin description
Pin number
Name
1
GND
2
GND
3
+5 V
4
+5 V
6
GND
21
GND
24
GND
41*
GND
50*
GND
*for engineering sample
Description
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
Comment
High Current
High Current
High Current
High Current
High Current
High Current
High Current
High Current
High Current
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Table 5 : Power consumption in EGSM mode @ 25°C
Conditions
INOM
IMAX
+5V
During TX bursts @ 2W
810 mA
1A
+5V
Average @ 2W
310 mA
370 mA
+5V
Average @ 0.5W
185 mA
200 mA
+5V
Average Idle mode
22 mA
25 mA
+5V
Average Idle with power saving 9.2 mA
mechanism activated
10.5 mA
Table 6 : Power consumption in GSM 1800 and1900 mode @ 25°C
Conditions
INOM
IMAX
+5V
During TX bursts @ 1W
635 mA
800 mA
+5V
Average @ 1W
260 mA
280 mA
+5V
Average @ 0.25W
150 mA
170 mA
+5V
Average Idle mode
20 mA
22 mA
+5V
Average Idle with power saving 9.2 mA
mechanism activated
10.5 mA
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4.1.3 Serial link
A serial link interface is available complying with V24 protocol signalling but not
with V28 (electrical interface) due to a 2.8 Volts interface. TX, RTS and DTR can be
either 5V or 3V.
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. The
2 additional signals are Data Carrier Detect (CT109/DCD) and Ring Indicator
(CT125/RI).
Table 7 : Serial Link pin description
Signal
Pin number I/O
I/O type*
Description
CT103 / TX
25
I
CMOS
Transmit serial data
CT104 / RX
28
O
1X
Receive serial data
CT105 / RTS
30
I
CMOS
Ready To Send
CT106 / CTS
13
O
1X
Clear To Send
CT107 / DSR
27
O
1X
Data Set Ready
CT108-2 / DTR
29
I
CMOS
Data Terminal Ready
CT109 / DCD
5
O
CMOS / 2X
Data Carrier Detect
CT125 / RI
9
O
CMOS / 2X
Ring Indicator
CT102/GND
21,24…**
Ground
*See Table 3 “operating conditions” in subdivision 4.1.1The 50-pin
connector description
** Any of the available GND pins can be used
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Level Shifter
Terminal
VCC
28
27
C1+
2
25
1
C1-
26
C2+
4
GND
VCC
GND
3 C2-
VCC
RI
24 T1IN
T1OUT
DCD
23 T2IN
T2OUT
RX
22 T3IN
T3OUT
CTS
19 T4IN
T4OUT
DSR
17 T5IN
T5OUT
16
DTR
21
R1OUTB
R1IN
R2IN
R2OUT
TX
20
RTS
18
VCC
13 ON
R3IN
5
S_RI
6
S_DCD
7
S_RX
10
S_CTS
12
S_DSR
8
S_DTR
9
S_TX
11
S_RTS
R3OUT
ERROR 15
R4OUT
14
VCC
OFF
MAX 3238
figure 5* : level shifter application diagram for serial link
* This application note is valid for VCC ≥ 3.0Volt (see MAX3238 specifications). Auto shut down
mode is not used in this example.
4.1.4 ON / ~OFF
This input is used to switch ON or OFF the WMOi3 modem. A high level signal
has to be provided on the ON/~OFF pin to switch on the modem. The level of the
voltage of this signal has to be maintained to VCC during a minimum time of 1
second. When powered off, the shutdown current is roughly
60 µA.
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Table 8 : ON / OFF pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
I/O type*
Description
ON/∼OFF
15
I
CMOS
Module Power ON/OFF
*See Table 3 “operating conditions” in subdivision 4.1.1The 50-pin
connector description
4.1.4.1
Power OFF procedure
In order to power OFF the WMOi3, switch it OFF both via software (AT+CPOF,
See AT commands user’s guide for more details) and via hardware line. See the
diagram below.
ON/~OFF
F
Serial link
to WMOi3
AT+CPOF
Serial Link
from WMOi3
OK response
About
500 ms
WMOi3 Status
ON
OFF
figure 6 : power OFF procedure 1
ON/~OFF
Serial link
to WMOi3
AT+CPOF
About
500 ms
Serial link
from WMOi3
OK response
About
About
500
500ms
ms
WMOi3 status
ON
OFF
figure 7 : power OFF procedure 2
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4.1.5 BOOT
This input is used to switch the WMOi3 into download mode (backup procedure).
The internal boot procedure is started when this pin is low during the power ON of
the module. In normal mode, this pin has to be left open. If used, this input has to
be driven by an open collector or an open drain. See below an example of
application diagram. See also the software upgrade procedure in General
Guidelines chapter 8
BOOT : pin 23
Switch BOOT
figure 8 : boot procedure
If Switch Boot = 1, Boot pin 23 = 0, to download mode
If Switch Boot = 0, Boot pin 23 = 1, to normal mode
Table 9 : BOOT pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
I/O type*
Description
BOOT
23
I
CMOS
SW downloading
*See Table 3 “operating conditions” in subdivision 4.1.1The
connector description
50-pin
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4.1.6 Reset signal (~RST)
This signal is used to force a reset of the WMOi3. It has to be used by providing
low level during approximately 2ms. 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. 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. See below an example of
application diagram.
Reset : pin 19
Switch reset
figure 9 : reset procedure
If switch Reset = 1, Reset pin 19 = 0
If switch Reset = 0, Reset pin 19 = 1
Table 10 : reset signal pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
∼RST
19
I/O
I/O type*
Description
Module Reset
*See Table 3 “operating conditions” in subdivision 4.1.1The
connector description
50-pin
Table 11 : reset signal electrical characteristics
Parameter
Min
Input Impedance ( R )
4.7
Input Impedance ( C )
Max
Unit
kΩ
10
NF
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Table 12 : reset signal operating conditions
Parameter
Min
Max
*VT-
1.1V
1.2 V
*VT+
1.7V
1.9 V
VOL
0.4 V
VOH
2.0 V
Condition
IOL = -50 µA
IOH = 50 µA
VT-, VT+ : Hysterisis Level
4.1.7 Flashing LED
The flashing LED signal is used to indicate the working mode of the WMOi3.
Table 13 : the flashing LED pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
I/O type*
Description
Flashing LED
11
I/O
CMOS/2X
Working mode indication
LED
*See Table 3 “operating conditions” in subdivision 4.1.1The 50-pin
connector description
Table 14 : LED and WMOi3 status
LED status
WMOi3 status
OFF
Download mode or switched OFF
ON
Permanent Switched ON, not registered on the network
Slow flash
Switched ON, registered on the network
Quick flash Switched ON, registered on the network,
communication in progress
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4.1.8 General Purpose Input/Output
The WMOi3 provides 2 General Purpose I/O. They are used to control any external
device.
Table 15 : General Purpose pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
I/O type*
Description
Default value
GPIO0
26
I/O
CMOS / 2X
General Purpose 0
I/O
GPIO4
7
I/O
CMOS / 2X
General Purpose 0
I/O
*See Table 3 “operating conditions” in subdivision 4.1.1The 50-pin
connector description
All digital I/O comply with 3Volts CMOS.
You can access (write or read) the GPIO value via AT+WIOW and
See AT commands user’s guide for more details.
AT+WIOR.
4.1.9 Analog to Digital Converter
Analog to Digital converter (ADC) input is provided by the WMOi3. This converter
is a 10 bits one, ranging from 0 to 2.5V. You can see the measurements via
AT+ADC. See AT commands user’s guide for more details.
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Table 16 : A/D converter pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
I/O type*
Description
AUXV0
17
I
Analog
A/D converter
*See Table 3 “operating conditions” in subdivision 4.1.1The
connector description description
50-pin
Table 17 : A/D converter electrical characteristics
Parameter
Min
Resolution
10
bits
Sampling rate
90.3
Ksps
Input signal range
0
ADC Reference Accuracy
0.5
%
Integral Accuracy
+/- 1
LSB
Differential Accuracy
+/- 1
LSB
Input Impedance ( R )
10
MΩ
Input Impedance ( C )
Max
2.5V
50
Unit
V
pF
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4.1.10 Audio Interface
Two different microphone inputs and two different speaker outputs are supported.
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
recommended.
4.1.10.1
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 a
handset design while MIC1 inputs can be connected to an external headset or a
handsfree kit.
The gain of MIC2 inputs is internally adjusted. The gain can be tuned from 30dB
to 51dB. The connection to the microphone is direct. The gain can be tuned
using the AT+VGR command.
See chapter Connector suppliers and peripheral devices.
MIC2P
C1
C1 = 22pF to 100pF
33 pF recommanded
MIC2N
figure 10 : microphone 2 input
C1 has to be the nearest as possible to the microphone. Microphone
manufacturers provide this capacitor directly soldered on the microphone.
Table 18 : microphone 2 input pin description
Signal
Pin #
I/O
I/O type*
Description
MIC2P
16
I
Analog
Microphone 2 positive input
MIC2N
18
I
Analog
Microphone 2 negative input
*See Table 3 “operating conditions” in subdivision 4.1.1The
connector description
50-pin
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4.1.10.2
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 WMOI3
modem according to the characteristic of this electret microphone. These inputs
are the standard ones used for an external headset or a handsfree kit. 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.
The gain of MIC1 inputs is internally adjusted. The gain can be tuned from 30dB to
51dB.
The gain can be tuned using the AT+VGR command.
Differential connection
VCC analog power supply
2.8V
R1
R2
MIC1P
C1
C2
MIC1N
R3
R4
figure 11 : microphone 1 input
R1 = R4 = from 100 to 330 Ω
R2 = R3 = usually between 1KΩ and 3.3KΩ as per the
microphone characteristics
C1 = 22pF to 100pF
C2 = 47µF
R1 and R4 are used as a voltage supply filter with C2.
C1 has to be the nearest possible to the microphone. Microphone manufacturers
provide this capacitor directly soldered on the microphone.
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Table 19 : microphone 1 input pin description
Signal
Pin #
I/O
I/O type*
Description
MIC1P
20
I
Analog
Microphone 1 positive input
MIC1N
22
I
Analog
Microphone 1 negative input
*See Table 3 “operating conditions” in subdivision 4.1.1The
connector description
4.1.10.3
50-pin
Speaker 2 Outputs
Speaker outputs SPK2 are push-pull amplifiers and can be loaded down to 50
Ohms and up to 1nF. These outputs are differential and the output power can be
adjusted by step of 2dB. The output can be directly connected to a speaker.
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.
Differential Connection
SPK2P
SPK2N
Single-ended Connection
C1
SPK2P
+
figure 12 : speaker 2 output
C1 = from 100nF to 47µF as per the speaker characteristics and the output
power.
Using a single-ended connection also includes losing half of the output power
compared to a differential connection.
Table 20 : speaker 2 output pin description
Signal
Pin #
I/O
I/O type*
Description
SPK2P
10
O
Analog
Speaker 2 positive output
SPK2N
8
O
Analog
Speaker 2 negative output
*See Table 3 “operating conditions” in subdivision 4.1.1The
connector description
50-pin
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4.1.10.4
Speaker 1 Outputs
Speaker outputs SPK1 are push-pull amplifiers and can be loaded down to 50
Ohms and up to 1nF. These outputs are differential and the output power can be
adjusted by step of 2dB. The output can be directly connected to a speaker.
When using a single-ended connection, be sure to have a very good ground
plane, a very good filtering as well as a shielding in order to avoid any
disturbance on the audio path.
Differential Connection
SPK1P
SPK1N
Single-ended Connection
C1
SPK1P
+
figure 13 : speaker 1 output
C1 = from 100nF to 47µF as per the speaker characteristics.
Using a single-ended connection also includes losing half of the output power
compared to a differential connection.
Table 21 : speaker 1 output pin description
Signal
Pin #
I/O
I/O type*
Description
SPK1P
12
O
Analog
Speaker 1 positive output
SPK1N
14
O
Analog
Speaker 1 negative output
*See Table 3 “operating conditions” in subdivision 4.1.1The
connector description
50-pin
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4.1.11 SIM interface
The external SIM interface is available through the 50-pin connector in order to
use a stand-alone SIM card holder. This interface is 3V only on the engineering
samples. 5V SIMs can be driven with production unit using an external level
shifter.
SIM line must not exceed 15 cm. see also “General guidelines” chapter 8
5 signals are available:
SIMVCC: SIM power supply.
SIMRST: reset.
SIMCLK: clock.
SIMDATA: I/O port.
SIMPRES1 SIM card detect. This signal is connected to the external SIM connector
on pin 8. Pin 4 of SIM connector must be pulled down to GND with 1 KΩ.
This interface is fully compliant with GSM 11.11 recommendations concerning
the SIM functionality.
Transient Voltage Suppressor diodes are internally added on the signals connected
to the SIM socket in order to prevent any Electro-Static Discharge. TVS diodes
with low capacitance (less than 10pF) are connected on SIMCLK and SIMDATA to
avoid any disturbance of the rising and falling edge.
Table 22 : SIM interface pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
I/O type*
Description
SIMCLK
45
O
2X
SIM Clock
SIMRST
46
O
2X
SIM Reset
SIMDATA
49
I/O
CMOS / 3X
SIM Data
SIMVCC
47
O
SIMPRES1
48
I
CMOS
SIM Card Detect
GPO0**
50
O
2X
SIM 3V or 5V
SIM Power Supply
*See Table 3 “operating conditions” in subdivision 4.1.1The
connector description
** for production units
50-pin
See application schematics in annex for 3V/5V SIM management
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Table 23 : SIM interface electrical characteristics
Parameter
Conditions
Min
SIMDATA VIH
IIH = ± 20µA
0.7xSIMVCC
SIMDATA VIL
IIL = 1mA
SIMRST,
SIMDATA
SIMCLK VOH
SIMRST,
SIMDATA
SIMCLK VOL
Source
20µA
Typ
Max
V
0.3xSIMVCC
current
Unit
= SIMVCC – 0.1V
V
V
Sink current =
0.1
V
2.85
V
50
ns
- 200µA
SIMVCC
Voltage
Output ISIMVCC <= 6mA
SIMCLK
Time
Rise/Fall Loaded with 30pF
2.70
2.80
SIMRST,
SIMDATA
Rise/Fall Time
Loaded with 30pF
1
µs
SIMCLK
Frequency
Loaded with 30pF
3.25
MHz
Table 24 : SIM socket pin description
Signal
VCC
RST
CLK
CC4
GND
VPP
I/O
CC8
Pin number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Description
SIMVCC
SIMRST
SIMCLK
R10 to GROUND
GROUND
Not connected
SIMDATA
SIMPRES1
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SIMVCC
SIMRST
1 VCC
2 RST
SIMCLK
3 CLK
1K
GND
CC4
GND
VPP
SIMDATA
7
SIMPRES1
8
I/O
CC8
Figure 14: SIM socket
4.1.12 SPI bus
The SPI bus includes a CLK signal, an I/O signal and an EN signal complying with
SPI bus standard. The maximum speed transfer is 3.25Mb/s.
Table 25 : SPI Bus pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
I/O type*
Description
SPI_CLK
44
O
1X
SPI Serial Clock
SPI_IO
43
I/O
CMOS / 1X
SPI Data
SPI_EN
42
O
1X
SPI Enable
*See Table 3 “operating conditions” in subdivision 4.1.1The 50-pin
connector description
4.1.13 Keypad interface
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 integrated
modem. No discrete components like R,C (Resistor, Capacitor) are needed.
It is possible to scan the column and rows using the: AT+ CMER. command. See
AT command user’s guide for more details.
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Table 26 : keypad interface pin description
Signal
Pin number
I/O
I/O type*
Description
ROW0
39
I/O
CMOS / 1X
Row scan
ROW1
40
I/O
CMOS / 1X
Row scan
ROW2
37
I/O
CMOS / 1X
Row scan
ROW3
38
I/O
CMOS / 1X
Row scan
ROW4
35
I/O
CMOS / 1X
Row scan
COL0
36
I/O
CMOS / 1X
Column scan
COL1
33
I/O
CMOS / 1X
Column scan
COL2
34
I/O
CMOS / 1X
Column scan
COL3
31
I/O
CMOS / 1X
Column scan
COL4
32
I/O
CMOS / 1X
Column scan
*See Table 3 “operating conditions” in subdivision 4.1.1The 50-pin
connector description
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4.2 RF Interface
The impedance is 50 Ohms nominal.
4.2.1 RF connector
The RF connector is MMCX (Miniature Micro Connector) standard type.
An antenna can be directly connected through the matting connector or using a
small adaptor. See also paragraph on GSM antenna.
4.2.2 RF performances
RF performances are compliant with the ETSI recommendation 05.05 and 11.10.
The main parameters are :
• Receiver:
• EGSM Sensitivity : < -104 dBm
• GSM 1800/GSM 1900 Sensitivity : < -102 dBm
• Selectivity @ 200 kHz : > +9 dBc
• Selectivity @ 400 kHz : > +41 dBc
• Dynamic range : 62 dB
• Intermodulation : > -43 dBm
• Co-channel rejection : + 9 dBc
Transmitter :
• Maximum output power (EGSM) : 33 dBm +/- 2 dB
• Maximum output power (DCS/PCS) : 30 dBm +/- 2 dB
• Minimum output power (EGSM): 5 dBm +/- 5 dB
• Minimum output power (DCS/PCS): 0 dBm +/- 5 dB
• H2 level : < -30 dBm
• H3 level : < -30 dBm
• Noise in 925 - 935 MHz : < -67 dBm
• Noise in 935 - 960 MHz : < -79 dBm
• Noise in 1805 - 1880 MHz : < -71 dBm
• Phase error at peak power : < 5 ° RMS
• Frequency error : +/- 0.1 ppm max
4.3 SIM interface
The internal SIM interface of the WMOi3 integrated modem supports 3V SIMs
only.
The part number reference of the SIM card holder supplier is MOLEX 91228-0002
The part number reference of the SIM receptacle supplier is MOLEX 91236-0002
See also subdivision The SIM card holder.
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5 Connector Supplier and Peripheral devices
5.1 Where to find the SMD connectors
The WMOi3 matting interface connector is made by SAMTEC France
(http://www.samtec.com/).
Many SAMTEC products are available via SAMTEC dealers throughout the world.
The connectors data sheets are available in annex of this document.
Figure 15: high and low profile CLP connectors
Part number : SD 25 01 N
Figure 16: flexible flat cable
Part number : FLE 125 01LDVA
Figure 17: flex cable connector
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5.1.1 GSM Antenna
The integrated modem antenna connector is a MMCX connector. The MMCX
connector incorporates a 'Snap On' latching action in order to make the connection
easier with an excellent RF performance. An additional advantage is its small
physical size which is 50% of the standard MCX connector.
This type of connector is suitable for the standard ranges of flexible and semi-rigid
cables. The characteristic impedance of the MMCX coaxial connector is 50 ohm.
The antenna manufacturer must guarantee that the antenna will be working
according to the following radio characteristics:
Table 27 : radio characteristics
Frequency RX
Frequency TX
RF power stand
Impedance
VSWR
Typical
gain
radiated
EGSM 900
GSM 1800
925 to 960 MHz
1805 to 1880 MHz
880 to 915 MHz
1710 to 1785 MHZ
2W at 12.5 % duty 1W at 12.5 % duty
cycle
cycle
GSM 1900
1930 to 1990 MHz
1850 to 1910 MHz
1W at 12.5 % duty
cycle
50 Ω
<2
0 dBi on azimuth plane
The WMOi3 integrated modem requires an MMCX (Miniature Micro Connector)
plug to connect an antenna
Figure 18: MMCX connector example (right angle)
An antenna with matting connector can be ordered, for example, from :
IMS Connectors Systems GMBH
Obere Hauptstrasse 30
D-79843 Löffingen
Germany
Tel : +49 76 54 90 10
Fax : +49 76 54 90 11 99
http://www.imscs.com/
or using a small MMCX / SMA adaptor can be ordered, for example, from :
Amphenol Socapex
http://www.amphenol.com/
Order N° : 908-31100
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5.1.2 The SIM card holder
The SIM card holder used in the integrated modem is a MOLEX connector.
Part number connector: 99228-0002
Part number holder : 91236-0002
For more information about this connector :
http://www.molex.com/
It is possible to use a stand-alone SIM card holder through the 50-pin connector
(the length of the SIM line must not exceed 15 cm).
6 Climatic and mechanical environment
Table 28 : climatic and mechanical environment
WM2C-G900/G1800
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 (GSM)
-10° C (DCS)
Dry heat
IEC 68-2.2
Bb test
+70° C
72 h
+70° C
72 h
+55° C
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
16 h
16 h
16 h
-20° / +30° C (GSM) 3 cycles
-10° / +30° C (DCS) 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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7 Demonstration board
Download
Flashing
LED
Test
connector
RS 232
serial link
Power
Supply
5V only/1 A
Audio RJ 9
Handset and
handsfree
Flex
connector
ON/OFF
Reset
Keypad
WMOi3
Integrated
Modem
SIM
Card
Holder
Antenna
Connector
Figure 19: WMOi3 demoboard description
The Wavecom demonstration board (“demoboard”) is manufactured by
Wavecom. It can be ordered from Wavecom or directly from your distributor.
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8 General guidelines for the use of the WMOi3
8.1 Key information
8.1.1 Hardware and RF
•
•
•
•
•
•
Ground plane: Wavecom recommends to have a common ground
plane for analog, digital and RF grounds.
Length of the SIM interface lines (15 cm maximum)
Bias of the Microphone inputs must be properly adjusted when
using audio connectors (mic + speaker) 1.
EMC protection on audio input/output (filters against 900 MHz)
ESD protection on serial link,…
Possible spurious emission radiated by the application to the RF
receiver in the receiver band
8.1.2 The Antenna
The antenna sub-system and integration in the application is a major issue. It is a
major issue in the choice of the antenna cable ( type, length, performances,
thermal resistance, etc.)
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 recommended to shield the terminal. On terminals including the antenna, a
poor shielding could dramatically affect the sensitivity of the terminal.
Subsequently, the power emitted through the antenna could affect the application.
8.1.3 Firmware upgrade
The WMOi3 firmware is stored in flash memory and it can easily be upgraded.
Two upgrade procedures are available:
•
one (nominal) procedure based on the Xmodem protocol (AT+WDWL
command)
•
one emergency mode (backup procedure) based on a Wavecom specific
downloader
8.1.3.1
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 to the WMOi3.
The necessary serial signals to proceed with the Xmodem downloading are:
Rx, Tx, RTS, CTS, GND.
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8.1.3.2
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. As this
procedure is very specific and needs Wavecom tools, this process has to be
executed by your distributor.
The necessary signals to proceed with the downloading are: Rx, Tx, RTS, CTS,
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.
The application must support serial speed changes, up to 115,200 bps and
hardware flow control.
8.1.4 Getting started
8.1.4.1
Minimum hardware interface to get started
As a minimum, it is necessary to connect the following signals to properly
operate the WMOi3 :
Table 29 : minimum signals to operate the WMOi3
Pin
Name
Description
number
1
GND
GROUND
2
GND
GROUND
3
+5V
Power supply
4
+5V
Power supply
6
GND
GROUND
13
CT106/CTS Clear To Send
15
ON/OFF
Power On/OFF*
21
GND
GROUND
24
GND
GROUND
25
CT103/TX
Transmit
28
CT104/RX
Receive
30
CT105/RTS Request To Send
* connected to +5V for example
The serial link signals must be used through the implementation of the serial link
level shifter. See figure 5 : level shifter application diagram for serial link
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8.1.4.2
Terminal emulator setup
Here below is an example based on the WindowsT M Hyperterminal application
(terminal emulator program).
Setup:
START – PROGRAMS – ACCESSORIES – HYPERTERMINAL , then
Start the software HYPERTRM
Give the name of your choice, click on the icone of your choice, then click “OK”,
then
choose:
Connect using : direct to COM1
Properties :
choose 9600 bps – 8 bits data – no parity – 1 stop bit – hardware flow control
Click “OK”
Once Hyperterminal is open and configured, it can be used to send AT
commands to the WMOi3.
Please see the “Informative Example” annex in the AT command user’s guide to
test your WMOi3.
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9 Reference documents
Table 31 : GSM ETSI recommendations for Phase I and Phase II.
Specification Reference
GSM ph2 Radio
DCS ph2 Radio
GSM ph2 Link-Management
Title
ETSI GSM 05.05 and GT 01 v4.2.1
ETSI GSM05.05 and GT01 v4.2.1
ETSI GSM 03.06, 04.08, 05.05, 05.08, 05.10, 07.01 and
GT 01 v4.2.1
GSM ph2 Link-Management 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
GSM ph2 Layer 3
ETSI GSM 04.08 and GT 01 v4.2.1
DCS ph2 Layer 3
ETSI GSM 04.08 and GT 01 v4.2.1
GSM/DCS 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
DCS 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
You can find the documents on
ETSI Contacts:
ETSI Secretariat
F-06921 Sophia Antipolis cedex, France
e-mail: secretariat@etsi.fr
http://www.etsi.org
http://www.etsi.org
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10 Acronyms and Abbreviations
ADC : Analog Digital Converter
ASIC : Application Specific Integrated Circuit
BCCH : Broadcast Control Channel
CE : Communauté Européenne
CLK : Clock
CTS : Clear To send
dB : decibel
DCD : Data Carrier Detect
DCE : Data Circuit Terminating Equipment
DSR : Data Set Ready
DTE : Data Terminal Equipment
DTR : Data Terminated Ready
EFR : Enhanced Full Rate
E-GSM : Extended- GSM
EMC : Electromagnetic Conformity
EN : Enable
ETSI :
FAC : Final Assembly Code
FR : Full-Rate
FTA : Full Type Approval
GND : Ground
GPIO : General Purpose Input Output
GPRS : General Packet Radio Service
GSM : Global System for Mobile Communication
HR : Half-Rate
IMEI : International Mobile Equipment Identity
MO : Mobile Originated
MT : Mobile Terminated
OEM : Original Equipment Manufacturer
PDA : Personal Digital Assistant
PCB : Printed Circuit Board
PRES : Presence
RI : Ring Indicator
RTS : Request To Send
SIM : Subscriber Identity Module
SMD : Surface Mounted Design
SMS : Short Message Service
TAC : Type Approval Code
TDMA : Time Code Multiple Access
TE : Terminal Equipment
VSWR : Voltage Standing Wave Ratio
WAP : Wireless application Protocol
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11 Index
2
2X, 19, 20, 22, 23, 27, 34, 41
A
Advice of Charge, 9
analog, 12, 52
Analog, 19, 20, 34, 35, 36, 38, 39,
40, 66
antenna, 9, 13, 14, 15, 46, 48, 49,
52
antenna cable, 52
asynchronous, 9
AT commands, 8, 9, 63
AT+ CMER, 44
AT+CPOF, 29
autobauding, 9
AUXV0, 20, 35
B
baud rate, 9
BOOT, 20, 31
bursts, 26
DCS, 7, 16, 26, 46, 48, 55
digital, 12, 34, 44, 52, 66
Digital, 34, 56
dual-band, 7
E
Easy remote control, 8
Echo, 63, 65
EFR, 8, 56
EMC protection, 52
Emergency calls, 8
ESD protection, 52
ETSI, 16, 46, 55
Explicit Call Transfer, 9
F
fax, 7, 8, 9
Fixed Dialling Number, 9
Flash LED, 20
FR, 8, 56
G
C
Call Barring, 9
Call Forwarding, 9
Call Hold, 9
Call Waiting, 9
Calling Line Identity, 9
Casing, 8
CE, 18, 56
Cell Broadcast, 9
Class 1, 8, 9
Class 4, 8
Closed User Group, 9
CMOS, 19, 20, 23, 27, 29, 31, 34,
41, 44, 45
column, 21, 44
connector, 7, 10, 12, 19, 22, 27, 29,
31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 38, 39, 40,
41, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49
converter, 34, 35
D
data, 7, 8, 27, 64, 65
Data Carrier Detect, 19, 27
dB, 46, 56
gain, 36, 37, 48, 66
general purpose, 19
General Purpose, 19, 20, 34
GND, 25
GND, 19, 20, 21, 22, 25, 27, 41, 43,
56
GPIO, 66
GPRS, 56
Ground plane, 52
GSM, 7, 8, 9, 13, 16, 27, 41, 48, 52,
55, 56
H
handset, 36
hardware, 7, 8, 19, 29, 32, 53
HR, 8, 56
I
I/O, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 27, 29, 31,
32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 38, 39, 40, 41,
43, 44, 45
Idle, 26
idle mode, 8
interface, 7, 8, 9, 12, 19, 20, 21, 22,
27, 41, 42, 44, 45, 46, 52
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Keyboard, 21, 44
M
MIC1N, 20, 38
MIC1P, 20, 38
MIC2N, 20, 36
MIC2P, 20, 36
microphone, 36, 37, 38, 63
Microphone, 63
Microphone, 20, 36, 37, 38, 52
MMCX (Miniature Micro Connector),
7, 12, 46, 48
MNP2, 9
MO, 9, 56
modem, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16,
18, 25, 28, 37, 44, 46, 48, 49
module, 7, 10, 31
Mounting, 8
MT, 9, 56
Multiparty, 9
N
nominal value, 25
RF, 7, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19,
46, 48, 52
Ring Indicator, 19, 27
RST, 20, 32, 33, 43
S
serial link, 9, 27, 52
Signal , 27, 29, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35,
36, 38, 39, 40, 41, 43, 44, 45, 63
SIM, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 19, 22, 41, 42,
43, 46, 49, 52, 55, 56
SIM Toolkit, 9
SIMCLK, 22, 41, 42, 43
SIMDATA, 22, 41, 42, 43
SIMPRES, 41
SIMRST, 22, 41, 42, 43
SIMVCC, 22, 41, 42, 43
SMS, 7, 8, 9, 56
socket, 22, 41
speaker, 36, 39, 40, 52
Speaker, 19, 20, 39, 40, 63
SPI, 21, 22, 44
SPK1N, 20, 40
SPK1P, 20, 40
Storage temperature, 8
T
O
OFF, 15, 16, 20, 28, 29, 30
Ohms, 39, 40, 46
ON/~OFF, 20, 28
operating conditions, 23, 27, 29, 31,
32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 38, 39, 40, 41,
44, 45
Operating temperature range, 8
Telephony, 8
terminal, 52
Tricodec, 8
U
UCS2, 9
USSD, 9
P
PCB, 11
PCS, 7, 46, 48
Performance Test, 16
Phone Book,
Book 64
phonebook, 64
point to point, 9
power, 8, 13, 25, 29, 30, 32, 39, 40,
41, 46, 48, 52
power supply, 25, 41
Power supply, 8, 25
R
radio, 13, 16, 48, 65
Real Time Clock, 9
V
V.42bis, 9
VCC, 20, 21, 22, 43
voice, 7, 63, 66
Volume, 8
W
WAP, 56
Weight, 8
WMOi3, 1, 3, 6, 7, 10, 11, 13, 16,
17, 18, 28, 29, 31, 32, 34, 46, 52
X
Xmodem, 9
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Figures
figure 1 : mechanical description .................................................................
figure 2 : mechanical description II..............................................................
figure 3 : 50-pin connector ..........................................................................
figure 4 : pin numbering/bottom view..........................................................
figure 5* : level shifter application diagram for serial link.............................
figure 6 : power OFF procedure 1 ................................................................
figure 7 : power OFF procedure 2 ................................................................
figure 8 : boot procedure .............................................................................
figure 9 : reset procedure ............................................................................
figure 10 : microphone 2 input ....................................................................
figure 11 : microphone 1 input ....................................................................
figure 12 : speaker 2 output ........................................................................
figure 13 : speaker 1 output ........................................................................
Figure 14: SIM socket..................................................................................
Figure 15: high and low profile CLP connectors...........................................
Figure 16: flexible flat cable .........................................................................
Figure 17: flex cable connector....................................................................
Figure 18: MMCX connector example (right angle) ......................................
Figure 19: WMOi3 demoboard description ..................................................
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Wavecom acceptance test ............................................................
50-pin connector description ........................................................
operating conditions .....................................................................
power supply pin description ........................................................
Power consumption in EGSM mode @ 25°C ..................................
Power consumption in GSM 1800 and1900 mode @ 25°C .............
Serial Link pin description .............................................................
ON / OFF pin description ...............................................................
BOOT pin description ....................................................................
: reset signal pin description .........................................................
: reset signal electrical characteristics...........................................
: reset signal operating conditions ................................................
: the flashing LED pin description ..................................................
: LED and WMOi3 status...............................................................
: General Purpose pin description ..................................................
: A/D converter pin description ......................................................
: A/D converter electrical characteristics .......................................
: microphone 2 input pin description.............................................
: microphone 1 input pin description.............................................
: speaker 2 output pin description .................................................
: speaker 1 output pin description .................................................
: SIM interface pin description ......................................................
: SIM interface electrical characteristics........................................
: SIM socket pin description..........................................................
: SPI Bus pin description ...............................................................
: keypad interface pin description..................................................
: radio characteristics....................................................................
: climatic and mechanical environment .........................................
: minimum signals to operate the WMOi3 .....................................
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Table 31 : GSM ETSI recommendations for Phase I and Phase II. ................ 49
Table 30 : AT command list ......................................................................... 57
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12.1 Mechanical specifications
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12.3 AT commands list
For comprehensive information about AT Commands, please read the AT
Commands user’s guide
Table 30 : AT command list
General Commands
+CGMI
Manufacturer Identification
+CGMM
Request Model Identification
+CGMR
Request Revision Identification
+CGSN
Product Serial Number
+CSCS
Select TE Character Set
+CIMI
Request IMSI
+CCID
Card Identification
+GCAP
Capabilities List
A/
Repeat Last Command
+CPOF
Power Off
+CFUN
Set Phone Functionality
+CPAS
Phone Activity Status
+CMEE
Report Mobile Equipment Errors
+CKPD
Keypad Control
+CCLK
Clock management
+CALA
Alarm management
Call Control Commands
D
Dial command
H
Hang-up Command
A
Answer a Call
+CEER
Extended Error Report
+VTD, +VTS
DTMF Signals
ATDL
Redial Last Telephone Number
AT%Dn
Automatic Dialing (or SMS send) with DTR
ATSO
Automatic Answer
+CICB
Incoming Call Bearer
+VGR, +VGT
Gain Control
+CMUT
Microphone Mute Control
+SPEAKER
Speaker and Microphone Selection
+ECHO
Echo Cancellation
+SIDET
Side Tone Modification
+VIP
Initialize Voice Parameters
+CSNS
Single Numbering Scheme
Network Service Commands
+CSQ
Signal Quality
+COPS
Operator Selection
+CREG
Network Registration
+WOPN
Read Operator Name
+CPOL
Preferred Operator List
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Security Commands
+CPIN
Enter PIN
+CPIN2
Enter PIN2
+CPINC
PIN Remaining Attempt Number
+CLCK
Facility Lock
+CPWD
Change Password
Phone Book Commands
+CPBS
Select Phone Book Memory Storage
+CPBR
Read Phone Book Entries
+CPBF
Find Phone Book Entries
+CPBW
White Phone Book Entry
+CPBP
Phone Book Phone Search
+CPBN
Move Action in Phone Book
+CNUM
Subscriber Number
+WAIP
Avoid Phone Book Init
Short Message Commands
+CSMS
Select Message Service
+CNMA
New Message Acknowledgement
+CPMS
Preferred Message Storage
+CMGF
Preferred Message Format
+CSAS
Save Settings
+CRES
Restore Settings
+CSDH
Show Text Mode parameters
+CNMI
New Message Indication
+CMGR
Read Message
+CMGL
List Message
+CMGS
Send Message
+CMGW
Write Message to Memory
+CMSS
Send Message from Storage
+CSMP
Set Text Mode Parameters
+CMGD
Delete Message
+CSCA
Service Center Address
+CSCB
Select Cell Broadcast Message Types
+WCBM
Cell Broadcast Message Identifiers
+WMSC
Message Status Modification
+WMGO
Message Overwriting
Supplementary Services Commands
+CCFC
Call Forwarding
+CLCK
Call Barring
+CPWD
Modify SS Password
+CCWA
Call Waiting
+CLIR
Calling Line Identification Restriction
+CLIP
Calling Line Identification Presentation
+COLP
Connected Line Identification Presentation
+CAOC
Advice Of Charge
+CACM
AccumulatedCcall Meter
+CAMM
Accumulated Call Meter Maximum
+CPUC
Price Per Unit and Currency Table
+CHLD
Call Related Supplementary Services
+CLCC
List Current Calls
+CSSN
Supplementary Service Notifications
+CUSD
Unstructured Supplementary Service Data
+CCUG
Closed User Group
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Data Commands
+CBST
Bearer Type Selection
+FCLASS
Select Mode
+CR
Service Reporting Control
+CRC
Cellular Result Codes
+ILRR
DTE-DCE Local Rate Reporting
+CRLP
Radio Link Protocol Parameters
+DOPT
Others Radio Link Parameters
%C
Select Data Compression
+DS
V42 bis Data Compression
+DR
V42 bis Data Compression Report
\N
Select Data Error Correcting Mode
Fax Commands
+FTM
Transmit Speed
+FRM
Receive Speed
+FTH
HDLC Transmit Speed
+FRH
HDLC Receive Speed
+FTS
Stop Transmission and Wait
+FRS
Receive Silence
Fax Class 2 Commands
+FDT
Transmit Data
+FDR
Receice Data
+FET
Transmit Page Punctuation
+FPTS
Page Transfer Status Parameters
+FK
Terminate Session
+FBOR
Page Transfer Bit Order
+FBUF
Buffer Size Report
+FCQ
Copy Quality Checking
+FCR
Capability to Receive
+FDIS
Current Sessions Parameters
+FDCC
DCE Capabilities Parameters
+FLID
Local ID String
+FPHCTO
Page Transfer Timeout Parameter
V24-V25 Commands
+IPR
Fixed DTE Rate
+ICF
DTE-DCE Character Framing
+IFC
DTE-DCE Local Flow Control
&C
Set DCD Signal
&D
Set DTR Signal
&S
Set DSR Signal
O
Back to Online Mode
Q
Result Code Suppression
V
DCE Response Format
Z
Default Configuration
&W
Save Configuration
&T
Auto-Tests
E
Echo
&F
Restore Factory Settings
&V
Display Configuration
I
Request Identification Information
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SIM Toolkit Commands
+STSF
SIM Toolkit Set Facilities
+STIN
SIM Toolkit Indication
+STGI
SIM Toolkit Get Information
+STCR
SIM Toolkit Control Response
+STGR
SIM Toolkit Give Response
Specific AT Commands
+CCED
Cell Environment Description
+CCED
Automatic RxLev Indication
+WIND
General Indications
+ADC
Analog Digital Converters Measurements
+CMER
Mobile Equipment Event Reporting
+WLPR
Read Language Preference
+WLPW
Write Language Preference
+WIOR
Read GPIO Value
+WIOW
Write GPIO Value
+WAC
Abort Command
+WTONE
Play Tone
+WDTMF
Play DTMF Tone
+WDWL
Wavecom Downloading
+WVR
Wavecom Voice Rate
+WDR
Data Rate
+WHWV
Hardware Version
+WDOP
Date Of Production
+WSVG
Wavecom Select Voice Gain
+WSTR
Wavecom Status Request
+WSCAN
Wavecom Scan
+WRIM
Ring Indicator Mode
+W32K
Power saving mode
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FACTSHEET F-200
CLP–116–02–L–D
CLP–110–02–F–D–P
CLP–130–02–L–D
CLP–116–02–F–DH
Surface
SMT
SERIES
LOW PROFILE SOCKETS CLP
SPECIFICATIONS
High reliability
Tiger-Claw contacts
Mates with:
FTSH, FTS, FW, DIS5
Materials:
(1,27mm x 1,27mm)
.050" x .050"
micro pitch
OPTIONS
Insulator Material:
Black Liquid Crystal Polymer
Contact Material:
Phosphor Bronze
Current Rating:
1.75A @ 80°C ambient
Operating Temp Range:
-65°C to +125°C
Plating: Sn or Au over
50µ" (1,27µm) Ni
Contact Resistance:
10 mΩ max
Insertion Depth:
Top Entry = (1,40mm) .055"
minimum, Bottom Entry =
(2,21mm) .087" minimum
plus board thickness
DH Entry = (2,31mm) .091"
to (2,67mm) .105"
Insertion Force:
3.8oz (1,05N) average
Normal Force:
60 grams (0,59N) average
Withdrawal Force:
2oz (0,56N) average
Max Cycles:
100 with 10µ" (0,25µm) Au
–DH OPTION
–PA OPTION
–P OPTION
Low Profile
(2,21mm) .087"
Surface
Mount
–TR OPTION
APPLICATION
SPECIFIC OPTION
Suitable for
pass-through
applications
Alignment pins available.
Call Samtec.
NO. PINS
PER ROW
–G
–D
–BE
= Double
Row
= Bottom Entry
(Required
for bottom entry
applications)
(6,98)
.275
(5,21)
.205
(1,27)
.050
BILITY
EL AVAILA
TAPE & RE
–DH
(1,35)
.053
Board fixturing may be required
to assure proper alignment for
pass-through applications.
arges.
No tooling ch um order.
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125 piece m y above minimum.
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PIN/ROW
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(3,56) .140
04-15
(7,11)
.280
16-50
(6,35)
.250
x
(3.18)
.125
(2,44)
.096
–P OPTION
(1,40)
.055
(8,25)
.325
A
(3,00)
.118
(0,89)
.035 DIA
(7,00)
.275
–PA OPTION
Alignment pins are located
about centerline of the part. If
odd pins/row then on middle
position. If even then between
middle two positions.
IONS
–D
(5,33)
.210
SO
= Pick & Place Pad
(5 positions min.
–D only)
(Not always
necessary for
auto placement.
See Flex
Processing.)
UT
–D
V
ING
L
(1,27)
.050
= Pre-plated
(0,25µm) 10µ"
Gold on contact,
75µ" (1,91µm)
Tin on tail
(2,26)
.089
–DH
–P
–L
01
(3,43)
.135
–K
(Best Cost Option)
= (4,00mm) .157"
DIA Polyamide film
Pick & Place Pad
(5 positions min.)
= Pre-plated
Gold flash
on contact,
75µ" (1,91µm)
Tin on tail
(1,27)
.050
(3,05) (4,32)
.120 .170
(4,57) (3,05)
.180 .120
-PA
Option
(0,93)
.037
DIA(2)
(1,47)
.058
02
99
–DH
= Double
Horizontal
–F
(0,46)
.018
100
(0,74)
.029
DIA
(Pass-Thru)
(0,74)
.029
(0,71)
.028
No. of Positions
x (1,27).050
A
(1,27)
.050
TYP
02 thru 50
OTHER
OPTION
(Best Cost
Option)
= 10µ" (0,25µm)
Gold
(–D only)
Processing:
Max Processing Temp:
230°C for 60 seconds
SMT Lead Coplanarity:
(0,10mm) .004" max (02-35)
(0,15mm) .006" max (36-50)
Suggested Paste
Thickness:
For most applications add
(0,05mm) .002" to max SMT
lead coplanarity
Suggested PCB Layouts:
Your specific layout may vary
ROW
OPTION
PLATING
OPTION
02
S
1
ST
CLP
Note: Some sizes, styles and
options are non-standard,
non-returnable.
CO
Mount
–PA
= Pick &
Place Pad with
Alignment Pin
(–D only)
–TR
= Tape & Reel
SAMTEC USA • Tel: 1-800-SAMTEC-9 or 812-944-6733 • Fax: 812-948-5047
SAMTEC UK • Tel: 01236 739292 • Fax: 01236 727113
SAMTEC ASIA PACIFIC • Tel: 65-745-5955 • Fax: 65-841-1502
SAMTEC GERMANY • Tel: +49 (0) 89 / 89460-0 • Fax: +49 (0) 89 / 89460-299
SAMTEC FRANCE • Tel: 01 60 95 06 60 • Fax: 01 60 95 06 61
SAMTEC ITALY • Tel: 39 039 6890337 • Fax: 39 039 6890315
SAMTEC JAPAN • Tel: 81-424-42-8318 • Fax: 81-424-42-8319
SAMTEC CHINA • Tel: 86-21-5385-4089 • Fax: 86-21-5385-4047
SAMTEC TAIWAN • Tel: (02) 2395-1677 • Fax: (02) 2395-1689
Due to technical progress, all designs, specifications and components are subject to change without notice.
FACTSHEET F-200
FLE–110–01–G–DV
FLE–120–01–G–DV
FLE–140 –01–G–DV
Surface
SMT
STANDARD SOCKET FLE SERIES
Mount
Tiger Beam
contact
Mates with:
FTSH, FTS, FW
SPECIFICATIONS
Ideal for
pass-through
applications
Materials:
Insulator Material:
Black Liquid Crystal Polymer
Contact Material:
Phosphor Bronze
Current Rating:
1.75A @ 80°C ambient
Operating Temp Range:
-65°C to +125°C
Plating:
Au over 10µ" (0,25µm) Ni
Contact Resistance:
15mΩ max
Insertion Depth:
(1,83mm) .072" to
(4,37mm) .172" with
(0,38mm) .015" or
pass-through
Insertion Force:
1.5oz (0,42N)
Normal Force:
100 grams (0,98N)
Withdrawl Force:
1.5oz (0,42N)
Max Cycles:
100+
APPLICATION
FLE
Series
Available with optional
pick-and-place pads
Flex
Cable
NG
SO
1
NO. PINS
PER ROW
01
ST
CO
IONS
FLE
UT
(1,27mm) .050"
micro pitch
Note: Some lengths, styles
and options are non-standard,
non-returnable.
PLATING
OPTION
DV
OPTIONS
–A
Processing:
Max Processing Temp:
230°C for 60 seconds
SMT Lead Coplanarity:
(0,10mm) .004" max
Suggested Paste
Thickness:
For most applications add
(0,05mm) .002" to max SMT
lead coplanarity
Suggested PCB Layouts:
Your specific layout may
(0,74)
vary
(1,27)
(1,47)
.058
-0,00 )
(0,74 +0,08
-.000
.029 +.003
DIA (2)
VI
S
A
Surface
Mount
L
FTSH
Series
–G
05 thru 50
= 10µ" (0,25µm) Gold
–K
= (Best Cost Option)
(4,00mm) .157" DIA
Polyamide film
Pick & Place Pad
(5 Positions minimum)
(6,35)
.250
x
(4,17)
.164
.029
.050
No. of Positions x (1,27) .050 + (0,11) .0045
(1,27)
.050
(1,27)
.050
TYP
(1,27)
.050
–P OPTION
(0,51)
.020
ILITY
L AVAILAB
arges.
No tooling ch
r.
inimum orde
125 piece m above minimum.
tity
an
qu
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re.
an
tu
r
ac
de
uf
Or
sign, man
In-house de turn-around.
Quick
s
(4,36)
.172
–P
(4,74)
.187
(3,33)
.131
(0,74)
.029
DIA
(5,21)
(Pass-Thru)
.205
Board fixturing may be required
to assure proper alignment for
pass-through applications.
TAPE & REE
= Alignment Pin
(Metal or plastic at
Samtec discretion)
= Metal Pick &
Place Pad
(5 Positions minimum)
–TR
= Tape & Reel
Packaging
(4,55)
.179
(4,60)
.181
on
for specificati
Call Samtec ng information.
and orderi
SAMTEC USA • Tel: 1-800-SAMTEC-9 or 812-944-6733 • Fax: 812-948-5047
SAMTEC UK • Tel: 01236 739292 • Fax: 01236 727113
SAMTEC ASIA PACIFIC • Tel: 65-745-5955 • Fax: 65-841-1502
SAMTEC GERMANY • Tel: +49 (0) 89 / 89460-0 • Fax: +49 (0) 89 / 89460-299
SAMTEC FRANCE • Tel: 01 60 95 06 60 • Fax: 01 60 95 06 61
SAMTEC ITALY • Tel: 39 039 6890337 • Fax: 39 039 6890315
SAMTEC JAPAN • Tel: 81-424-42-8318 • Fax: 81-424-42-8319
SAMTEC CHINA • Tel: 86-21-5385-4089 • Fax: 86-21-5385-4047
SAMTEC TAIWAN • Tel: (02) 2395-1677 • Fax: (02) 2395-1689
Due to technical progress, all designs, specifications and components are subject to change without notice.