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CDMA Portable
Cellular Telephone
SCH-470
SERVICE
CDMA Portable Cellular Telephone
Manual
CONTENTS
1. General Introduction
2. Specification
3. NAM Programming
4. Data Transfer
5. Circuit Description
6. Exploded View and Its Parts List
7. PCB Diagrams
8. Troubleshooting
9. Test Command Table
10. Block & Circuit Diagrams
£ Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd. APR. 1998.
Printed in Korea
Code No. : GH68-60687A
1 . General Int roduct ion
The SCH-470 cellular phone functions as only digital cellular phone working in CDMA (Code Division
Multiple Access) mode. CDMA type digital mode applies DSSS (Direct Sequential Spread spectrum) mode
which first came to be used in the military.
The DSSS reduces channel cross talk and allow to use one frequency channel by multiple users in the same
specific area, resulting in increase of channel capacity to about ten times compared to that of analog mode
currently used.
Soft/Softer Handoff, Hard Handoff, and Dynamic RF Power Control technologies are combined into this
phone to reduce the call drop while usage.
CDMA digital cellular network consists of MSO (Mobile Switching Office), BSC (Base Station Controller),
BTS (Base Station Transmission System), and MS (Mobile Station). MS meets the specifications of the below:
¶UIS-95A : Mobile Station-Base Station Compatibility Standard for Dual-Mode Wideband Spread Spectrum
Cellular System
¶UIS-96A : Speech Service Option 1 Standard for Dual-Mode Wideband Spread Spectrum Cellular Systems
¶UIS-98A : Standards for Dual-Mode Wideband Spread Spectrum Cellular Mobile Station
¶UIS-126 : Mobile Station Loopback Service Options Standard
SCH-470 is composed of main handset, rapid charger, cradle, two batteries.
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General Introduction
1.1 General
¶Frequency Range
Transmitter
Receiver
U
: 824.64 ~ 848.37 MHz
: 869.64 ~ 893.37 MHz
¶Channel Spacing
: 1.23 MHz
U
¶Number of Channels
: 20 FA
U
¶Duplex Spacing
: 45 MHz
U
° MSC Transmitter Frequency
‹
FA NO.
CH. NO.
CENTER FREQUENCY
FA NO.
CH. NO.
CENTER FREQUENCY
1
1011
824.640MHz
11
404
837.120MHz
2
29
825.870MHz
12
445
838.350MHz
3
70
827.100MHz
13
486
839.580MHz
4
111
828.330MHz
14
527
840.810MHz
5
152
829.560MHz
15
568
842.040MHz
6
193
830.790MHz
16
609
843.270MHz
7
234
832.020MHz
17
650
844.270MHz
8
275
833.250MHz
18
697
845.910MHz
9
316
834.480MHz
19
738
847.140MHz
10
363
835.890MHz
20
779
848.370MHz
° MSC Receiver Frequency
1-2
‹
FA NO.
CH. NO.
CENTER FREQUENCY
FA NO.
CH. NO.
CENTER FREQUENCY
1
1011
869.640MHz
11
404
882.120MHz
2
29
870.870MHz
12
445
883.350MHz
3
70
872.100MHz
13
486
884.580MHz
4
111
873.330MHz
14
527
885.810MHz
5
152
874.560MHz
15
568
887.040MHz
6
193
875.790MHz
16
609
888.270MHz
7
234
877.020MHz
17
650
889.270MHz
8
275
878.250MHz
18
697
890.910MHz
9
316
879.480MHz
19
738
892.140MHz
10
363
880.890MHz
20
779
893.370MHz
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2. Specif i cat i on
Frequency Range Transmitter
: 824.64 MHz ~ 848.37MHz
Frequency Range Receiver
: 869.64 MHz ~ 893.37 MHz
Waveform Quality
: above 0.944
Time Reference
: within °æ 1uS
RX Sensitivity
: £ ≠104 dBm, FER = within 0.5%
Dynamic Range
: £ ≠104 dBm ~ £ ≠25 dBm, FER = within 0.5%
TX Output Power
: Maximum 320 mW (25dBm)
TX Frequency Deviation
: within °æ 300 Hz
Occupied Band Width
: 1.32 MHz
TX Conducted Spurious Emissions
: 900 kHz
: 1.98 MHz
Minimum TX Power Control
: below £ ≠50 dBm
Open Loop Power Control
: £ ≠25 dBm : £ ≠57.0 dBm ~ £ ≠38.5 dBm
£ ≠65 dBm : £ ≠17.5 dBm ~ £ 1.5 dBm
£ ≠104 dBm : £ 18.0 dBm ~ £ 30.0 dBm
Standby Output Power
: below £ ≠61 dBm
Closed Loop TX Power Control Range
: Test 1
Test 2
Test 3
Test 4
Test 5
Size (mm)
: 114 ° 50 ° 22 (Standard battery)
114 ° 50 ° 27 (Extended-life battery)
Weight (g)
: 114 (Standard battery)
154 (Extended-life battery)
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below £ ≠42 dBc / 30 kHz
below £ ≠54 dBc / 30 kHz
beyond °æ 24 dB
0 mS ~ 2.5 mS
beyond °æ 24 dB
beyond °æ 24 dB
beyond °æ 24 dB
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3 . NAM Programming
3.1 Switching the NAM(Numeric Assignment Module) writing mode
If you performs NAM writing mode, you have to enter the password, '4, 7, *, 8, 6, 9, #, 0, 8, #, 9'.
Keypads using in NAM writing mode are as follows :
0~9 : numberic keys
¶N, # : Use to specify the variable which include several value.
VOLUME KEY : Use to switch the next item
CLR KEY : Use to retouch a wrong digit
END KEY : Use to end a NAM writing mode
: Use to store data and switching the next function
: Use to swich the last menu
Caution
-If you enter the NAM program mode, the last data displays on screen . When you need not change the
data, press VOLUME key to go to the next item.
-You can modify the data by entering a new data. And if you enter a wrong digit, press CLR to delete the
last digit.
-If you enter a wrong digit in the middle of NAM entering, continue to enter the next digits. After that
check and modify the data using volume key
- While you check the data using volume, you can store the data by pressing STO key.
- When you enter the NAM, as there are necessary information enter the phone number and LOCK code
and press STO key.
When you enter NAM programming, display following five items.
1. GENERAL ; Display the variable used commonly NAM.
2. Setup NAM 1 ; Display the variable of CDMA used commonly when you select NAM 1.
3. Setup NAM 2 ; Display the variable of CDMA used commonly when you select NAM 2.
4. Setup NAM 3 ; Display the variable of CDMA used commonly when you select NAM 3.
5. Setup NAM 4 ; Display the variable of CDMA used commonly when you select NAM 4.
If you don't store the data by pressing STO key after modifying as explains, the data does not change.
You can check the data by pressing VOLUME key without changing the data.
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NAM Programming
3-2 Setting Up NAM1
3-2-1 General
LCD Display
Key in
Function
47¶S869#08#9
-selects NAM programming
NAM Program
1:General
2:Setup NAM1
1
-choose 'GENERAL.'
ESN
Volume °„
Electronic Serial Number of the phone.
Volume °„
The version of the Common Air Interface supported by the mobile.
Volume °„
Station Class Mark displays the power class (bit 0~1),
transmission (bit2), slotted (bit5), dual mode (bit6).
47*869#08#9
B0000000
CAI version
2
SCM
00101010
Lock
Code
0000
(0000)
4-digit code
STO
Four-digit number supplied by the user which enables
electronic locking of the phone.
Slot Mode
Yes
¶S or ¶H
STO
Enables slot mode.
Slot Index
0-7
STO
Slot mode index.
Specifies the duration and frequency of times that the mobile
checks the paging channel. The higher the value, the less often the
mobile looks at the paging channel, and the more power is saved.
Pref NAM1...
Digital only
STO
Preferred system selection for NAM1.
Pref NAM2...
Digital only
STO
Preferred system selection for NAM2.
Up to four NAMs are allowed for the phone. This lists one of the
four NAMs.
Pref NAM3...
Digital only
STO
Preferred system selection for NAM3.
Pref NAM4...
Digital only
STO
Preferred system selection for NAM4.
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NAM Programming
3-2-2 Setup NAM1
LCD Display
Key in
Function
NAM Program
1:General
2:Setup NAM1
2
-choose 'NAM1.'
IMSI MCC
number
STO
International Mobile Station Identity Mobile Country Code.
454
International Mobile Station Identity Mobile Network Code.
05
number
STO
CDMA TEL NO.
85200000000
phone number
STO
CDMA phone number.
CDMA pref...
A pref
¶S or ¶H
STO
Preferred system selection.
CDMA ACCOLC
0
class number
STO
CDMA Access Overload Class.
This two-digit number specifies the level of priority assigned
to the mobile for accessing the system.
Ranges from 0 to 15.
channel number
STO
Primary CDMA channel for the A carrier.
Ranges from 0 to 1,023. 0 indicates no channel.
channel number
STO
Primary CDMA channel for the B carrier.
Ranges from 0 to 1,023. 0 indicates no channel.
channel number
STO
Secondary CDMA channel for the A carrier.
Suggested setting is 0: ranges from 0 to 1,023.
Schn Sys B
777
channel number
STO
Secondary CDMA channel for the B carrier.
Suggested setting is 0: ranges from 0 to 1,023.
CD Acq SID 1
0
ID number
STO
CDMA Acquisition System ID.
Enables you to set the phone to acquire up to six SIDs in the
CDMA mode. If you enter ‘0’ for any SID, the program
assumes that you have no more numbers to store.
Default setting is 0: ranges from 0 to 32,767: up to six SIDs.
ID number
STO
CDMA Lock System ID.
Enable you to specify up to six SIDs that the phone will be
prohibited from acquiring in CDMA mode. If all six SIDs are
set to zero, no lock restrictions will be in effect and the phone
can acquire all SIDs.
Default setting is 10640,8103,0,0,0,0 : ranges from 0 to 32,767 up
to six SIDs.
¶S or ¶H
STO
CDMA Home System ID.
Enables the phone to allow mobile terminated calls while in
the home system. Controls the types of registration allowed for
the phone.
IMSI MNC
Pchn Sys A
283
Pchn Sys B
384
Pchn Sys A
691
CD lockSID 1
10640
CDMA HomeSID
Yes
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NAM Programming
LCD Display
Key in
Yes
¶S or ¶H
STO
CDMA foreign System ID.
Enables the phone to allow mobile terminated calls while
in a foreign system. Controls the types of registration
allowed for the phone.
Yes
¶S or ¶H
STO
CDMA foreign Network ID.
Enables the phone to allow mobile terminated calls while
in a foreign system and foreign network ID. Controls the
types of registration allowed for the phone.
10641
number
STO
System Identification Number.
Controls how the phone acquires different systems.
Determines the roaming status for the mobile.
All SIDs range from 0 to 32,767: a 0 setting for the SID
signifies that it is not active.
65835
number
STO
Network Identification Number.
Controls how the phone acquires different systems, and is
set and specified in conjunction with each SID (e.g., SID #1,
NID #1).
Determines the roaming status for the mobile.
All SIDs range from 0 to 65,535: a 0 setting for one NID
signifies that it is not active.
number
STO
See SID #1.
13
number
STO
See NID #1.
0
number
STO
See SID #1.
0
number
STO
See NID #1.
0
number
STO
See SID #1.
0
number
STO
See NID #1.
0
CDMA fSID
CDMA fNID
SID #1
NID #1
SID #2
NID #2
SID #3
NID #3
SID #4
NID #4
3-4
Function
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NAM Programming
3-3 Setting Up NAM2
LCD Display
NAM Program
1:General
2:Setup NAM1
Key in
Function
-choose 'NAM2’.
3
The NAM2 setup program is the same as°ÆNAM1°Ø. See NAM1.
3-4 Setting Up NAM3
LCD Display
NAM Program
3:Setup NAM2
4:Setup NAM3
Key in
Function
-choose 'NAM3’.
4
The NAM3 setup program is the same as°ÆNAM1°Ø. See NAM1.
3-5 Setting Up NAM4
LCD Display
NAM Program
5:Setup NAM4
Key in
5
Function
-choose 'NAM4’.
The NAM4 setup program is the same as°ÆNAM1°Ø. See NAM1.
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NAM Programming
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4 . Dat a Transfer
When the main board of a customer's cellular
phone is required to be replaced with a new one,
or the customer is needed to use a phone lent from
the service center while his phone is serviced, this
feature is used to transfer(copy) all the EEPROM
data of the customer's phone into the new board or
the lent phone to keep the information the
customer had stored into his phone personally.
F3
Displays SAMSUNG logo. To reenter
to program mode, press F3 key again.
F5
Write the data of the customer’s phone
into the EEPROM on the new board.
F8
Switches from Hands-free mode to
Diagnostic Monitor mode to allow the
data transfer. To check this mode from
the cellular phone, press FCN, 9, 1 on
the key board in sequence.
4-1 Equipment Required
¶ IBM compatible PC
ALT+X Exits programming and returns to DOS
U
mode.
U
¶ SCH-470 Test Jig
U
¶ Data Transfer program
¶ 3.6V Power Supply
4-4
U Operation Procedure
4-2 Connection
1. On standby mode, 'Please check the
communication link between your PC and the
phone prior to beginning ...' messages appear
on the screen. You are ready to transfer data.
Connect the test jig to COM1 port on the PC and
connect the interface cable of the test jig to the
phone.
Caution : When you use the Data Transfer
program with a note book PC, you might
encounter some problem. Check your serial port
setup in your notebook PC (see your note book
manual).
Don’t worry about the serial port setup when you
use a desktop PC.
4-3 Getting Started
1. Run the DTRANxx.EXE file. If you run the file
for the first time, the message 'INITIAL FILE IS
CREATED' appears. Do not delete the created
file because the file creates DTRANxx.CFG to
store environment setup data. The message
does not appear once you have run the
program.
2. Press any key to go to next procedure.
Function Keys
Fl
Reads EEPROM data from the
customer's cellular phone.
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2. Switch the phone power on after you have run
the program.
3. Press <F1> key to read EEPROM data from the
customer's cellular phone. On screen, 'Change
the mode of the phone from HANDS-FREE
mode to DM mode' message appears. On the
LCD display of the phone, 'AUTO TEST' and
'WRITE EEPROM' messages appear. If the
phone is already in DM(Diagnostic Monitor)
mode, the message does not appear.
4. After the mode is changed to DM, EEPROM
data on the cellular phone is read by PC. You
can monitor the reading procedure on the
screen.
5. When the data reading is completed, 'Replace
the source phone with the target phone and
press <F5> when ready' message appears on
the screen.
6. Press any key to clear the message. The cellular
phone displays 'DELETED' and '300-300-3000'
instead of greeting and phone number
respectively. All the features of the phone
including ESN are reset to default status, and
the phone can not be operated.
4-1
Data Transfer
7. Remove the phone from the test jig and connect
the new phone to the test jig.
Caution: If you try to perform reading again
without writing after reading is already done once,
the error message 'READING FROM THE PHONE
WAS ALREADY BEEN CARRIED OUT,
WRITING SHOULD BE CARRIED OUT' appears
on the screen.
9. When the data writing is completed, the phone
will reset. The program returns to standby
mode and is ready to read data from another
phone. 'WELL DONE, DATA TRANSFER IS
COMPLETED' appears on the screen.
10. Check if the transferred EEPROM data is the
same.
8. Press <F5> key to perform writing EEPROM
data. You can monitor the writing procedure
on the screen.
4-5 If Error Occurs
Symptom
Program is running, but reading is not achieved.
Solution
¶ Check if the serial port setup is properly made.
U
¶ Check if the test jig is connected correctly. The
U
connection is made, by ‘1:1 PIN TO PIN’ method (not
NULL modem method). Only RX, TX signal grounds
are connected.
¶ If you use DOS shell in Windows and COM1 is used
by another DOS shell, exit the program.
You tried to copy EEPROM data into several units.
¶ No way ! The test jig clears the information after
U
U
writing is done. If you force to copy it into several
units, the phone might not work properly.
You tried to write EEPROM data without reading the
data first.
¶ You cannot perform writing procedure unless reading
For some reasons, data transfer is not completed
without writing after reading the data.
¶ If the program halters or is interrupted for some
Reading is interrupted in the middle of the operation
due to some problem with the phone.
¶ You can clear the error message by pressing any key.
Writing is interrupted in the middle of the operation
due to some problem with the phone.
¶ You can clear the error message by pressing any key.
4-2
U
is completed successfully. Error message appears on
the screen.
U
reasons, and you restart the program, ‘WRITING IS
BEING CARRIED OUT BY USING DATA NOT
FINISHED’ message appears on the screen. It means
that the data you have read and not wrutten is
restored and ready to write. If you have finished the
program by pressing ALT key and X without writing
after reading, the message ‘WRITING IS NOT
ACHIEVED, WILL CARRY OUT WRUTING FOR
NEXT TIME’ appears on the screen.
U
Reading is cancelled. The EEPROM data on the phone
is not cleared. You can restart to read the data.
Writing is cancelled. You can restart writing from the
beginning.
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U
5 . Circuit Descript ion
5-1 Logic Section
5-1-1 Power Supply
With the battery installed on the phone and by
pressing the END/ key, the VBATT and
ON_SW signals will be connected. This will turn
on U123 DC_DC convertor.
This in turn will be supplied to PIN3, PIN4 of
regulators U124, PIN6 of regulators U122, thus
releasing them from the shut-down state to output
regulated 3.3V. ( The VBATT applied to ON-SW
will turn on Q103(DTC144EE) resalting in the
signal ON-SW-SENSE to change start the from
High to Low.)
The MSM recognizes this signal and sends out
PS_HOLD (logical HIGH) to turn on Q102 even
after the PWR key is released.
The power from U124 is used in the digital part of
MSM and BBA. The power from U122 is used in
analog part of BBA.
5-1-2 Logic Part
The logic part consists of internal CPU of MSM,
RAM, ROM and EEPROM. The MSM receives
TCXO and CHIPX8 clock signals from the BBA
and controls the phone during the operation. The
major components are as follows:
¶UCPU
: INTEL 80186 core (inside the MSM)
¶UFLASH ROM : U129 - 8 Mbit FLASH MEMORY
¶USRAM
: U127 - 2 Mbit STATIC RAM
¶UFLASH ROM : U130 - 1 Mbit FLASH MEMORY
¶UEEPROM : U102 - 128 Kbit SERIAL EEPROM
FLASH ROM
One 8 MBIT FROM is used to store the terminal's
program. Using the down-loading program, the
program can be changed even after the terminal is
fully assembled.
SRAM
One 2 MBIT SRAMs is used to store the internal
flag information, call processing data, and timer
data.
EEPROM
One 128 KBIT EEPROM is used to store ESN,
NAM, power level, volume level, and telephone
number.
KEYPAD
For key recognition, key matrix is setup using
SCAN0-6 of STORE signals and KEY0-3 of input
ports of MSM. Ten LEDs and backlight circuitry
are included in the keypad for easy operation in
the dark.
LCD MODULE
CPU
INTEL 80186 CMOS type 16-bit microprocessor is
used for the main processing. The CPU controls all
the circuitry. For the CPU clock, 27MHz resonator
is used.
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LCD module contains a controller which will
display the information onto the LCD by 8-bit data
from the MSM. It also consists a DC-DC converter
to supply -3.5V for fine view angle and LCD
reflector to improve the display efficiency.
5-1
Circuit Description
5-1-3 Baseband Part
MOBILE SYSTEM MODEM (MSM)
The MSM equipped with the INTEL 80C186 CPU
core is an important component of the CDMA
cellular phone. The MSM comes in a 176 pins
TQFP package.
ADC Interface
ADC_CLK (pin 3), ADC_ENABLE (pin 1) and
ADC_DATA (pin 2) are required to control the
internal ADC in the BBA.
MICROPROCESSOR INTERFACE
The interface circuitry consists of reset circuit,
address bus (A0-A19), data bus (AD0-AD15), and
memory controls (ALE, DT_R, HWR/, LWR/,
RAM_CS/, ROM_CS).
Data Port Interface
Includes the UART. Also, supports Diagnostic
Monitor (DM), HP equipment interface, down
loading, and data service.
INPUT CLOCK
CODEC Interface
¶UCPU clock: 27 MHz
¶UTXCO/4 (pin 34): 4.92 MHz. This clock signal
from the BBA is the reference clock for the MSM
except in CDMA mode.
¶UCHIPX8 : 9.8304 MHz. The reference clock used
during the CDMA mode.
BBA INTERFACE
CDMA, FM Data Interface
¶UTXIQDATA0-7 (pins 24-32) : TX data bus used
during both CDMA and FM mode but it is used
only for CDMA mode at this phone.
Clock
¶UTC_CLK (pin 22), TX_CLK/(pin 23) : Analog to
Digital Converter (ADC) reference clock used in
TX mode.
¶UCHIPX8 : ADC reference clock used in CDMA
RX mode.
¶UFMCLK: TXclock used in FM mode.
The MSM outputs 2.048 MHz PCM_CLK (pin 19)
and 8 KHz CODEC_SYNC (pin 16, 20) to the
CODEC (U117). The voice PCM data from the
MSM (U101) PCM_DIN (pin 135) is compressed
into 8 KHz, by QCELP algorithm in the CDMA
mode.
RF Interface
TX : TX_AGC_ADJ (pin 35) port is used to control
the TX power level and PA_ON (pin 44) signal is
used to control the power amplifier. This signal
depends on the TX vocoder rate.
RX : AGC_REF (pin 36) port is used to control the
RX gain and TRK_LO_ADJ (pin 45) is used to
compensate the TCXO clock.
General Purpose I/O Register Pins
Input/output ports to control external devices.
Power Down Control
When the IDLE/ signal turns LOW, only the TX
sections will be disabled. If both the IDLE/ and
SLEEP/ change to LOW, all the pins except for the
TCXO and 27MHz clock are disabled.
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Circuit Description
5-1-4 Audio Part
TX AUDIO PATH
BUZZER DRIVING CIRCUITY
The voice signal output from microphone is
filtered and amplified by the internal OP-AMP
and is converted to PCM data by the CODEC
(U117). The signal is then applied to the MSM
(U101)’s internal vocoder.
Buzzer generates alert tone when the buzzer
receives the timer signal from the MSM, it
generates alert tone. The buzzer level is adjusted
by the alert signal’s period generated from the
MSM timer.
RX AUDIO PATH
KEY TONE GENERATION
The PCM data from the MSM’s converted to audio
signal by ADC of CODEC (U117), is then
amplified by the speaker amplifer (U111) to be
sent to the speaker unit.
Ringer signal (pin49) out from MSM (U101) is
passed through 2 serial LPF consisting of R141,
C146, R145, and C142 amplified at the speaker
amp (U111), and comes out to speaker.
TX WBD, ST,SAT
These signals are generated from MSM. The
modulation level of TX WBD and ST is 8
kHz/dev, and SAT is ° 2 kHz/dev.
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5-3
Circuit Description
5-2 Receiver Section
LOW NOISE AMPLIFIER (LNA, Q302)
IF BAND PASS FILTER (FOR CDMA)
The low noise amplifier amplifies a weak signal
received from the base station to obtain the
optimum scvel (Noise figure = 1.5 dB,
Gain = 16 dB).
IF SAW BPF (F303) is used for CDMA system
having 1.23 MHz wideband and °æ630 kHz
bandwidth. The filter also attenuates the image
product generated at the mixer.
RADIO FREQUENCY BAND PASS FILTER
(RF BPF)
BUFFER AMP (Q385)
The RF BPF accepts only a specific frequency (881
°æ 12.5 MHz) from the signal received from the
base station. The band width is 25 MHz.
Buffer (Q385) amplifiers signal to be applied to the
local input of the down converter (U301) when a
phase is locked between VCO (U341) and PLL IC
(U342).
DOWN CONVERTER (MIXER, U302)
First local signal is applied to this down converter.
The down converter transfers the signal amplified
at the LNA into 85.38 MHz IF signal. 85.38 MHz IF
signal is made by subtracting 881 °æ12.5 MHz RF
signal from 966 °æ12.5 MHz first local signal.
AUTOMATIC GAIN CONTROLLER (AGC)
AMP U303)
85.38 MHz IF signal is applied to IF AGC amp, the
IF AGC output level is applied to BBA (Baseband
Analog ASIC). The IF AGC amp (U302) keeps the
signal at a constant level by controlling the gain.
Dynamic range is 90dB, up gain +45dB, and down
gain -45dB.
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Circuit Description
VOLTAGE CONTROLLED OSCILLATOR (VCO,
U341)
The VCO (U341) generates the signal having 966
MHz center frequency and °æ12.5 MHz deviation
with the voltage control. PLL IC (U342) controls
this signal.
DUPLEXER (F301)
Duplexer (F301) controls to transmit through the
antenna only the signals within acceptable Tx
frequency range (836 °æ12.5 MHz) and to receive
through the antenna only the signals within
acceptable Rx frequency range (881 °æ12.5 MHz).
It also matches LNA input in receiving part and
PA output in transmitter part with the antenna.
ANTENNA
Antenna allows signals and send to receive from
the base station.
POWER SUPPLY REGULATOR (U382)
The power supply regulator generates a regulated
power.
PHASE LOCKED LOOP (PLL, U342)
Input reference frequency is generated at
VC_TCXO (U343) and the divided signal is
generated at VCO. PLL compares the two signals
and generates the desired signal with a preprogrammed counter which controls voltage.
THERMISTOR (R498)
The thermistor (R498) detects temperature. It is
used to compensate active component
characteristics due to the temperature difference.
VOLTAGE CONTROLLED TEMPERATURE
COMPENSATED CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR (VCTCXO, U343)
It provides 19.68 MHz reference frequency to PLL.
A correct frequency tuning is made by the voltage
control.
Samsung Electronics
5-5
Circuit Description
5-3 Transmitter Section
BBA (U401)
RF BAND PASS FILTER (BPF, F451)
BBA (U401) consists of ADC, DAC, LPF
(FM/CDMA), divider, VCO, logic control circuit,
PLL, and mixer.
The RF BPF ( F451) accepts only a specific
frequency (836 °æ12.5MHz) to send it out to the
base station. The band width is 25 MHz.
BBA performs a specific function between RF part
and logic part, with MSM. The IF signal out from
Rx IF AGC amp is secondly converted throuth the
down-converter. The signal passes through the
CDMA or FM filter, converts to digital signal
through ADC, then is sent to MSM. The digital
signal out from MSM converts to analog signal
through each filter and the up-converters.
POWER SUPPLY SWITCHING (U484)
Power supply switching (Q484) turns on
TX_POWER when the phone is in traffic mode and
supplies power to the circuits.
POWER SUPPLY REGULATOR (U482, U483)
POWER AMP MODULE (U467)
Power Amp module (U467) amplifies signal (24dB
Gain) to be sent out to the base station through the
antenna.
The power supply regulators (U482,U483) supply
a regulated power to each part of transmitter.
U482 supplies 3.6V to TX AGC amp (U461) and
up-converter (U460). U483 supplies 3.0V to power
amp module control circuit (U487).
UP CONVERTER (MIXER, U460)
The up-converter (U460) receives the first local
signal to generate 836 °æ12.5 MHz from the BBA.
836 °æ12.5 MHz signal comes out of the mixer
output by subtracting 130 MHz IF signal from 966
°æ12.5 MHz first local signal.
RF AUTOMATIC GAIN CONTROLLER AMP
(U461, U464)
The signal out to the base station should be a
constant level. The TX RF AGC amp controls
power to keep the signal at a constant level.
5-6
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Circuit Description
5-4 Desk-Top Rapid Charger
The Desk-top rapid charger(DTC21) is largely divided by two parts. One part generates secondary static
voltage and current from AC power source, and the other part detects the battery pack, the battery type,
and charge voltage, and controls the charging status.
5-4-1 Power Supply
AC POWER PROTECTOR AND REGULATOR
STATIC ELECTRICAL CURRENT CIRCUITRY
The AC power is regulated through BD1, C2 and
converted to the high DC voltage.
The electric current which flows on the secondary
winding is detected by R25. The current will be
converted into proportional voltage through U23A and Q21.
TNR1 is used for surge protector, F1 is fuse to
protect from overcurrent, and C1 and LF1 are
filters to eliminate the noise of the switching
circuit.
SWITCHING CONTROLLER AND
TRANSFORMER
U1 as a switching controller supplies static voltage
and current to the secondary through U2 (photo
coupler).
Transformer PTF1 is combined with the 4 winding
coils. The primary winding is linked to the
primary side and the secondary winding is linked
to the secondary side so that it supplies power.
The fourth winding is used to supply power to U1.
This SMPS circuitry uses a flyback method, so the
secondary1, 2 and fourth coils are wound
reversely against the primary. When the power
applies to the primary, the secondary and third
will be off. When the primary is power off, the
saved power will apply to the secondary and U1.
D1, D2 is a snubber circuitry, and absorbs the
counter-voltage which comes out when the
primary winding is off.
The proportional constant is changed according to
the ON/OFF status of Q22, Q23, and Q24, so that
it finally change the value of the static electrical
current.
The Vi is added to the U24-A pin 2, and the
voltage is compared with the reference voltage
(Vr) of pin 3. When the Vi is greater than the Vr,
Q36 turns on and the IC2-2 is activated.
At this time, IC2-1 becomes on. It makes IC1 be off,
as a result, the primary will be off and limit the
electric current output.
Assumes the static current on the secondary is lc,
the Vi will be obtained by following below.
V=
(R25//R77)
Ic [R26//(•·R27)//(•‚R28)//(•„R29)]
(R23//R24)
STANDARD : •·=°ƒ
•‚= 1
•„= °ƒ
EXTENDED : •·=°ƒ
•‚=°ƒ
•„= 1
The Vi is maintained as the same level as Vr of the
comparator U24-B, so Vi is Vr. That is:
IC =
(R23//R24) °§ Vr
(R25//R77) [ R26//(•·R27)// (•‚R28)//(•„R29)]
Vr =
R48
Vcc
R47 + R48
R68 and C49 are used to compensate the phase
difference occured due to the time delay for the
circuit.
Samsung Electronics
5-7
Circuit Description
STATIC VOLTAGE CIRCUIT (4.1V OUTPUT)
The secondary (cathod of D23) output voltage Vo
is separated by R50, VR1, R55, R79 and applied to
the comparator U24-B pin 6. Q41 turns off
(10k~33k) or on (0~5.1k) according to the resistance
value in V/F (front/rear) terminal of R50,R79.
In accordance, when Q41 turns on, the parallel
linked resistance value of R50 and R79 become
smaller, so that 4.1V comes out. The voltage will be
compared with the reference input voltage of pin
5, and feedback to the primary by U2(OPT).
U24-B output voltage is linked to U24-A output. It
turns Q36 off. Consequently, if either one of these
static voltage or static current overflows, it will
automatically turn U1 off. R45 and C36 are used to
compensate the phase difference caused by the
time delay.
Vd =
R55
Vo
(R50//R79 + VR21) + R55
Since the Vd is maintained to be the same level as
the reference voltage Vr is,
Vo =
(R50 + VR21) +R55
R55
Vr
CHARGE SWITCHING CIRCUITRY
The rapid charger has two charge ports; front port
and rear port.
When the battery is charged in the front port, Q35
turns on. It turns Q34-A (P-CHANNEL FET) on.
When the battery is charged in the rear port, Q33
turns on. It turns Q34-B (P-CHANNEL FET) on.
When the battery level becomes low, this circuitry
will charge the battery until it reaches 2.7V with
Q26 and Q39.
Since, the Vd is maintained to be the same level as
the reference voltage Vr is,
Vo =
(R50//R79 + VR21) +R55
Vr
R55
5-4-2 Controller
STATIC VOLTAGE CIRCUIT (4.2V OUTPUT)
MICRO-CONTROLLER
The secondary (cathod of D23) output voltage Vo is
separated by R50, VR21, R55, R79 and applied to
the comparator U24-B pin 6. Q41 turns off
(10k~33k) or on (0~5.1k) according to the resistance
value in V/F (front/rear) terminal of R50, R79.
U21 is a 4-bit micro-controller which controls the
whole charging system. It contains I/O port, timer,
and A/D converter. 4 MHz clock is used for the
controller.
In accordance, when Q41 turns off, only the
parallel linked resistance value of R50 is selected,
so that 4.2V comes out. The voltage will be
compared with the reference input voltage of pin
5, and feedback to the primary by U2.
U24-B output voltage is linked to U24-A output. It
turns Q36 off. Consequently, if either one of these
static voltage or static current overflows, it will
automatically turn U2 off. R45 and C36 are used to
compensate the phase difference caused by the
time delay.
Vd =
5-8
DETECTION OF CHARGE VOLTAGE
The battery voltage in the front port is detected by
R60 and R61, and measured at the pin 13 of the
MPU.
The battery voltage in the rear port is detected by
R58 and R59, and measured at the pin 14 of the
MPU through the analog switch U25. measured at
the pin 14 of the MPU through U25.
R55
Vo
(R50 + VR21) + R55
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Circuit Description
DETECTION OF BATTERY TYPE
MEASURING CHARGING CURRENT
The battery type in the front port is detected by
R54, R56, and the resistor which is connected
between the battery C/F and ground terminal, and
measured at the pin 15 of the MPU through U26.
The charging current is converted through U23-A
to the voltage Vi which is proportional to the
current. The noise of Vi is eliminated with R71 and
C30. Finally the voltage Vi is measured at the pin
12 of the MPU.
The battery type in the rear port is detected by
R53, R57, and the resistor which is connected
between the battery C/F and ground terminal, and
measured at the pin 15 of the MPU through U26.
DETECTION OF AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
TH21 is a thermistor which is used to detect the
ambient temperature. It has a linear characteristic
by R51 and R52, and is measured at the pin 14 of
the MPU through U25.
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AUTONOMOUS TIMER
If the MPU stops its operation with the charging
port on due to an accidental shock (for example,
drop), the battery may become overcharged. The
external timer U23-B is equipped to protect the
battery from being overcharged. If the timer is not
reset within a specified time by MPU, MPU will be
automatically reset by the timer.
5-9
Circuit Description
5-10
Samsung Electronics
6. Expl oded Vi ew and i t s Par t s Li st
6-1 Fixed Phone Exploded View
6-2 Fixed Phone Parts List
6-3 Rapid Charger Exploded View
6-4 Cradle Dummy Ass’y & Cigar Lighter Adapter
Samsung Electronics
6-1
Exploded View and its Parts List
6-1 Fixed Phone Exploded View
6-2
Samsung Electronics
Exploded View and its Parts List
6-2 Fixed Phone Parts List
NO
SEC. CODE
DESCRIPTION
Black
Blue
Red
REMARK
Dark Gray
1
Front Window
GH72-41404A
2
Front Cover Ass’y GH75-11129A GH75-11129B GH75-11129C GH75-11129D
3
Earphone Dummy GH73-40624A
4
Volume Key
GH72-40626A
5
Key Pad
GH72-41317B
6
Antenna
GH42-10511A
7
Motor Ass’y
GH96-01029A
8
Rear Case
GH75-11130A
9
Screw
6001-001046
10
Key Pad Ass’y
GH59-10020A
11
Shield Can
GH72-41445A
12
Main PBA
GH72-41406A
13
Battery
GH94-00791A
GH43-10307A
GH43-10062A
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Medium
Extended-life
6-3
Exploded View and its Parts List
6-3 Rapid Charger Exploded View
SEC.CODE : GH96-01053A
6-4
Samsung Electronics
Exploded View and its Parts List
6-4 Cradle Dummy Ass’y & Cigar Lighter Adapter
SEC.CODE : GH75-11215A
Samsung Electronics
6-5
Exploded View and its Parts List
6-6
Samsung Electronics
7-2 Electrical Parts List
SEC. CODE
7-4
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
POSITION
0405-000107
DIODEVARACTOR
D401,D402,D403,D404
TX
0401-001052
DIODE-SWITCHING
D101,D109
POWER
0407-000115
DIODE-ARRY
D103,D105
AUDIO
0407-000115
DIODE-ARRY
D106
POWER
0407-000122
DIODE-ARRY
D102,D104
AUDIO
0407-000127
DIODE-ARRY
D108,D107
LOGIC
0407-000127
DIODE-ARRY
D481
TX
0409-000108
DIODE-PIN
D301
RX
0501-000162
TR-SMALL SIGNAL
Q116
POWER
0501-000162
TR-SMALL SIGNAL
Q452,Q450
TX
0501-000218
TR-SMALL SIGNAL
Q112
LOGIC
0501-000218
TR-SMALL SIGNAL
Q108,Q114,Q102
POWER
0501-000218
TR-SMALL SIGNAL
Q301
RX
0501-000218
TR-SMALL SIGNAL
Q451
TX
0501-000457
TR-SMALL SIGNAL
Q113
AUDIO
0501-000457
TR-SMALL SIGNAL
Q109,Q115
POWER
0501-000689
TR-SMALL SIGNAL
Q304
RX
0501-002063
TR-SMALL SIGNAL
Q303
RX
0504-000167
TR-DIGITAL
Q119
AUDIO
0504-000167
TR-DIGITAL
Q481,Q482
TX
0504-000168
TR-DIGITAL
Q103,Q121
POWER
0504-000172
TR-DIGITAL
Q120
AUDIO
0504-000172
TR-DIGITAL
Q111
POWER
0504-001016
TR-DIGITAL
Q485
TX
0505-001062
FET-GAAS
U301
RX
0505-001095
FET-SILICON
U106
POWER
0505-001119
FET-SILICON
Q302
RX
0505-001165
FET-SILICON
U104
POWER
0505-001170
FET-SILICON
U484
TX
0601-000355
LED,CHIP,RED
D116
POWER
0801-000885
IC-CMOS LOGIC
U105
LOGIC
Samsung Electronics
Electrical Parts List
SEC. CODE
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
POSITION
0803-003010
IC-TTL
U114
AUDIO
1001-001019
IC-ANALOG MULTIPLEX
U481
TX
1103-001062
IC-EEPROM
U102
POWER
1201-000103
IC-AUDIO AMP
U111
AUDIO
1201-001006
IC-OP AMP
U463,U462
TX
1201-001090
IC-PREAMP
U385
RX
1201-001175
IC-PREAMP
U464
TX
1201-001176
IC-PREAMP
U461
TX
1201-001257
IC-AGC AMP
U302
RX
1201-001259
IC-POWER AMP
U467
TX
1202-000192
IC-CMOS,COMPARATOR
U118
AUDIO
1203-000384
IC-VOLTAGE REGULATOR
U122,UX101
POWER
1203-001107
IC-VOLTAGE REGULATOR
U482
TX
1203-001256
IC-VOLTAGE REGULATOR
U382
RX
1203-001285
IC-VOLTAGE REGULATOR
U483
TX
1203-001335
IC-VOLTAGE REGULATOR
U124
POWER
1203-001396
IC-PWM CONTROLLER
U123
POWER
1204-001106
IC-ASP
U117
AUDIO
1204-001113
IC-IF CIRCUIT
U401
TX
1205-001196
IC-LIN, MODEM
U101
LOGIC
1205-001253
IC-MIXER
U460
TX
1209-000142
IC-SYNTHESIZER
U342
RX
1209-001078
IC-PLL/SYNTHESIZER
U402
TX
1404-001040
THERMISTOR-NTC
R498
RX
2007-000070
R-CHIP 0
1/16W
L450
TX
2007-000137
R-CHIP 2K 1/16W
R417
TX
2007-000138
R-CHIP 100 1/16W
R154
LOGIC
2007-000140
R-CHIP 1K 1/16W
R147,R132,R204
AUDIO
2007-000140
R-CHIP 1K 1/16W
R192,R205,R156,R158
LOGIC
2007-000140
R-CHIP 1K 1/16W
R188,R209,R109
POWER
2007-000140
R-CHIP 1K 1/16W
R345,R346
RX
Samsung Electronics
7-5
Electrical Parts List
SEC. CODE
7-6
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
POSITION
2007-000140
R-CHIP 1K 1/16W
R416,R451
TX
2007-000141
R-CHIP 2.2K 1/16W
R128,R164
LOGIC
2007-000141
R-CHIP 2.2K 1/16W
R314
RX
2007-000142
R-CHIP 2.7K 1/16W
R475,R456,R491
TX
2007-000143
R-CHIP 4.7K 1/16W
R145,R152,R140,R141
AUDIO
2007-000143
R-CHIP 4.7K 1/16W
R173,R129
LOGIC
2007-000143
R-CHIP 4.7K 1/16W
R176
POWER
2007-000143
R-CHIP 4.7K 1/16W
R466,R402
TX
2007-000146
R-CHIP 6.8K 1/16W
R455
TX
2007-000148
R-CHIP 10K 1/16W
R144,R143,R174,RX304,
RX302,RX303
AUDIO
2007-000148
R-CHIP 10K 1/16W
R196,R197,R200-R203,R206,
R207,R157,R159°
LOGIC
2007-000148
R-CHIP 10K 1/16W
R180,R182,R183,R185
POWER
2007-000148
R-CHIP 10K 1/16W
R178,U485
POWER
2007-000148
R-CHIP 10K 1/16W
R337,R305
RX
2007-000148
R-CHIP 10K 1/16W
R406,R407,R413,R415,R462,
R464,R460,R414, R485,R473,
R496
TX
2007-000149
R-CHIP 12K 1/16W
R103
POWER
2007-000151
R-CHIP 15K 1/16W
R208
POWER
2007-000151
R-CHIP 15K 1/16W
R307
RX
2007-000152
R-CHIP 20K 1/16W
R133,R134
LOGIC
2007-000153
R-CHIP 22K 1/16W
R181,R131
LOGIC
2007-000153
R-CHIP 22K 1/16W
R106,R189,R119,R199
POWER
2007-000153
R-CHIP 22K 1/16W
R474
TX
2007-000155
R-CHIP 27K 1/16W
R251,R252,R170,R136
AUDIO
2007-000155
R-CHIP 27K 1/16W
R463
TX
2007-000157
R-CHIP 47K 1/16W
R139,R166,R147
AUDIO
2007-000157
R-CHIP 47K 1/16W
R118
POWER
2007-000157
R-CHIP 47K 1/16W
R349
RX
2007-000157
R-CHIP 47K 1/16W
R481,R482,R483,R484
TX
Samsung Electronics
Electrical Parts List
SEC. CODE
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
POSITION
2007-000159
R-CHIP 56K 1/16W
R148
AUDIO
2007-000159
R-CHIP 56K 1/16W
R167
LOGIC
2007-000161
R-CHIP 82K 1/16W
R146,R150
LOGIC
2007-000162
R-CHIP 100K 1/16W
R151,R153
AUDIO
2007-000162
R-CHIP 100K 1/16W
R169,R172
LOGIC
2007-000162
R-CHIP 100K 1/16W
R120,R116,R111,R108,R110
POWER
2007-000162
R-CHIP 100K 1/16W
R105,R123,R107,R113,R122
POWER
2007-000164
R-CHIP 150K 1/16W
R114,RX301
POWER
2007-000170
R-CHIP 1M 1/16W
R137
LOGIC
2007-000171
R-CHIP 0 1/16W
R138,R216,R215
LOGIC
2007-000171
R-CHIP 0 1/16W
R125,R501,R184
POWER
2007-000171
R-CHIP 0 1/16W
R364,C318,R316,R344
RX
2007-000171
R-CHIP 0 1/16W
R425,R408,R409,R418
TX
2007-000172
R-CHIP 10 1/16W
R306,R356,R350,R347,R348,
RX
R339,R341
2007-000172
R-CHIP 10 1/16W
R401,R419
TX
2007-000772
R-CHIP 33K 1% 1/16W
R121
POWER
2007-000775
R-CHIP 33K 1/16W
R163
LOGIC
2007-000775
R-CHIP 33K 1/16W
R104
POWER
2007-000831
R-CHIP 39K 1/16W
R135
AUDIO
2007-000831
R-CHIP 39K 1/16W
R177
POWER
2007-000932
R-CHIP 470 1/16W
R127,R155
LOGIC
2007-000932
R-CHIP 470 1/16W
R301
RX
2007-000982
R-CHIP 5.6K 1/16W
R362
RX
2007-000982
R-CHIP 5.6K 1/16W
R453,R454,R476
TX
2007-001119
R-CHIP 680 1/16W
R355
RX
2007-001217
R-CHIP 82 1/16W
R186,R187
POWER
2007-001244
R-CHIP 91K 1/16W
R175
POWER
2007-001288
R-CHIP 18 1/16W
R360
RX
2007-001294
R-CHIP 36 1/16W
R191,R193,R194
POWER
2007-001294
R-CHIP 36 1/16W
R336
RX
7-7
Electrical Parts List
SEC. CODE
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
POSITION
2007-001298
R-CHIP 51 1/16W
R468
TX
2007-001305
R-CHIP 120 1/16W
R467,R469
TX
2007-001306
R-CHIP 150 1/16W
R361,R358
RX
2007-001307
R-CHIP 180 1/16W
R217
POWER
2007-001311
R-CHIP 270 1/16W
R308,R357
RX
2007-001313
R-CHIP 330 1/16W
RX102,RX201
LOGIC
2007-001319
R-CHIP 1.2K 1/16W
RX101,RX103
LOGIC
2007-001319
R-CHIP 1.2K 1/16W
R490
TX
2007-001320
R-CHIP 1.8K 1/16W
R303
RX
2007-001320
R-CHIP 1.8K 1/16W
R410
TX
2007-001325
R-CHIP 3.3K 1/16W
R190,R115
POWER
2007-001333
R-CHIP 18K 1/16W
R335
RX
2007-002797
R-CHIP 560 1/16W
R452
TX
2007-002965
R-CHIP 15 1/16W
R313
RX
2007-003030
R-CHIP 91 1/16W
R304
RX
2007-007001
R-CHIP 3.9K 1/16W
R160,R161
AUDIO
2007-007001
R-CHIP 3.9K 1/16W
R168
LOGIC
2007-007001
R-CHIP 3.9K 1/16W
R179
POWER
2007-007001
R-CHIP 3.9K 1/16W
R479
TX
2007-007021
R-CHIP 75K 1/16W
R112
POWER
2007-007131
R-CHIP 13K 1% 1/16W
R488
TX
2007-007132
R-CHIP 15K 1% 1/16W
R489
TX
2007-007133
R-CHIP 300 1% 1/16W
R404
TX
2007-007134
R-CHIP 39K 1% 1/16W
R411
TX
2007-007141
R-CHIP 240 1/16W
R309,R310
RX
2007-007480
R-CHIP 130K 1% 1/16W
R101
POWER
2007-007529
R-CHIP 91K 1% 1/16W
R102
POWER
2203-000234
C-CHIP 100P 1005
C145,C185,CX102,CX201
LOGIC
2203-000234
C-CHIP 100P 1005
C345,C370,C331,C334,C347,
RX
C359,C348
2203-000234
7-8
C-CHIP 100P 1005
C360-C362
RX
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Electrical Parts List
SEC. CODE
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
POSITION
2203-000234
C-CHIP 100P 1005
C411,C451,C417,C491,C493
TX
2203-000254
C-CHIP 10NF 1005
C110,C112,C111
AUDIO
2203-000254
C-CHIP 10NF 1005
C100,C179,C177,C169,C171,
C175,C126,C152
LOGIC
2203-000254
C-CHIP 10NF 1005
C155,CX101
LOGIC
2203-000254
C-CHIP 10NF 1005
C121,CX104,CX105
POWER
2203-000254
C-CHIP 10NF 1005
C326,C308,C388,C346,C354,
C355,C356,C358
RX
2203-000254
C-CHIP 10NF 1005
C381,C386,C333,C371,C394,
C343,C349
RX
2203-000254
C-CHIP 10NF 1005
C461,C403,C444,C445,C429,
C425,C475
TX
2203-000254
C-CHIP 10NF 1005
C423,C437,C435,C433,C431,
C452,C495,C490
TX
2203-000254
C-CHIP 10NF 1005
C492,C481,C487,C486,C443,
C483,C455,C470
TX
2203-000254
C-CHIP 10NF 1005
C471,C472,C473,C418,C457,
C484,C441,C477
TX
2203-000278
C-CHIP 10PF 1005
C342,C313,C316
RX
2203-000359
C-CHIP 150PF 1005
C453
TX
2203-000386
C-CHIP 15PF 1005
C303
RX
2203-000438
C-CHIP 1N
CX304
AUDIO
2203-000438
C-CHIP 1NF 1005
C125,C101,C140,C190
LOGIC
2203-000438
C-CHIP 1NF 1005
C113
POWER
2203-000438
C-CHIP 1NF 1005
C302,C301,C309,C311,C310,
C377,C305,C306
RX
2203-000438
C-CHIP 1NF 1005
C336,C338,C307,C368,C327,
C344,C315,CX001
RX
2203-000438
C-CHIP 1NF 1005
C450,C414,C428,C426,C424,
C422,C436,C434
TX
2203-000438
C-CHIP 1NF 1005
C432,C430,C496,C442,C459,
C460,C464,C419
TX
2203-000438
C-CHIP 1NF 1005
C454,C408
TX
2203-000466
C-CHIP 1PF 1005
C332,C325,C317
RX
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Electrical Parts List
SEC. CODE
7-10
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
POSITION
2203-000466
C-CHIP 1PF 1005
C456
TX
2203-000489
C-CHIP 2.2NF 1005
C148,C131
AUDIO
2203-000489
C-CHIP 2.2NF 1005
C156
LOGIC
2203-000489
C-CHIP 2.2NF 1005
C402
TX
2203-000585
C-CHIP 220PF 1005
C124
LOGIC
2203-000585
C-CHIP 220PF 1005
C139
POWER
2203-000585
C-CHIP 220PF 1005
C387
RX
2203-000628
C-CHIP 22PF 1005
C314,C328
RX
2203-000679
C-CHIP 27PF 1005
C412,C413
TX
2203-000696
C-CHIP 2PF 1005
C420,C406,C465
TX
2203-000714
C-CHIP 3.3N 1005
C117
AUDIO
2203-000870
C-CHIP 3PF 1005
C319,C320,C341
RX
2203-000941
C-CHIP 470PF 1005
C144
LOGIC
2203-000941
C-CHIP 470PF 1005
CX103
LOGIC
2203-000941
C-CHIP 470PF 1005
C335,C329,CX002
RX
2203-000995
C-CHIP 47PF 1005
C463,C458,C404,C405
TX
2203-001033
C-CHIP 5.6NF 1005
C153
AUDIO
2203-001124
C-CHIP 680PF 1005
C133,C132
AUDIO
2203-001153
C-CHIP 68PF 1005
C135,C147
LOGIC
2203-001153
C-CHIP 68PF 1005
C337
RX
2203-001201
C-CHIP 7PF 1005
C304
RX
2203-001210
C-CHIP 8.2NF 1005
C102,C122
LOGIC
2203-001210
C-CHIP 8.2NF 1005
C438,C421
TX
2203-001259
C-CHIP 8PF 1005
C322
RX
2203-001405
C-CHIP 22NF 1005
C141,C142,C154
AUDIO
2203-001416
C-CHIP 33NF 1005
C415
TX
2203-001432
C-CHIP 47NF 1005
C365
RX
2203-001437
C-CHIP 5PF 1005
C137,C138
LOGIC
2203-001724
C-CHIP 47uF
CX302
POWER
2203-005054
C-CHIP 4.7P 1005
C466
TX
2203-005061
C-CHIP 100NF 1005
C129,C128,C146,C136
AUDIO
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Electrical Parts List
SEC. CODE
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
POSITION
2203-005061
C-CHIP 100NF 1005
C176,C174,C178,C170,C172,
C173,C168
LOGIC
2203-005061
C-CHIP 100NF 1005
C106,C108,C120,C116,C118,
C157,C127,CX303, CX301
POWER
2203-005144
C-CHIP 1UF 2012
C150,C151,C130
AUDIO
2203-005144
C-CHIP 1UF 2012
C143
2404-000139
C-TA 10UF/6.3V
C107,C109
POWER
2404-000139
C-TA 10UF/6.3V
C312,C330,C389,C353,C357
RX
2404-000139
C-TA 10UF/6.3V
C439,C401,C488,C485,C476,
C474
TX
2404-000151
C-TA 1UF/16V
C410
TX
2404-000167
C-TA 2.2UF/16V
C134
AUDIO
2404-000167
C-TA 2.2UF/16V
C482
TX
2404-000222
C-TA 33UF/16V
C382
RX
2404-000232
C-TA 4.7UF/10V
C163,C165,C164
POWER
2404-000274
C-TA 1.5UF/16V
C416
TX
2404-000278
C-TA 100UF/10V
C440
TX
2404-000312
C-TA 470NF/16V
C350
RX
2404-001032
C-TA 33UF/6.3V
C123
AUDIO
2404-001032
C-TA 33UF/6.3V
C104,C119
POWER
2703-000109
INDUCTOR 100NH
L309
RX
2703-000109
INDUCTOR 100NH
L404
TX
2703-000195
INDUCTOR 330NH
L310
RX
2703-000237
INDUCTOR 750NH
L403
TX
2703-000261
INDUCTOR 390NH
L311
RX
2703-000300
INDUCTOR 1UH
L305,L314,L343,L346,L342
RX
2703-000300
INDUCTOR 1UH
L455
TX
2703-000301
INDUCTOR 2.7UH
L312,L344
RX
2703-001031
INDUCTOR 33NH
L401
TX
2703-001049
INDUCTOR 100NH
L402
TX
2703-001166
INDUCTOR 5.6NH
L391
RX
2703-001167
INDUCTOR 8.2NH
L341
RX
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POWER
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Electrical Parts List
SEC. CODE
7-12
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
POSITION
2703-001172
INDUCTOR 100NH
L303,L317
RX
2703-001172
INDUCTOR 100NH
L458
TX
2703-001173
INDUCTOR 12NH
L451,L499
TX
2703-001175
INDUCTOR 56NH
L355,L356
RX
2703-001179
INDUCTOR 10NH
L351,L354
RX
2703-001181
INDUCTOR 27NH
L316
RX
2703-001190
INDUCTOR 15NH
L301
RX
2703-001263
INDUCTOR 4.7NH
C446
TX
2703-001285
INDUCTOR 39NH
L302
RX
2703-001408
INDUCTOR 8.2NH
L306
RX
2703-001409
INDUCTOR 12NH
L304
RX
2703-001413
INDUCTOR 27NH
L453,L454,L456
TX
2703-001563
INDUCTOR 10UH
L101
POWER
2802-001048
RESONATOR 27MHz
X101
LOGIC
2806-001146
OSCILLATOR-VCTCXO
U341
RX
2809-001205
OSCILLATOR-VCTCXO 19.68M
U343
RX
2904-000297
FILTER-SAW 85.38MHz
F303
RX
2904-001011
FILTER-SAW 881.5MHz
F302
RX
2904-001012
FILTER-SAW 836.5MHz
F451
TX
2909-001004
FILTER-DUPLEXER 881MHz
F301
RX
3710-001105
CONNECTOR-SOCKET 2P
J102
POWER
3710-001117
CONNECTOR-SOCKET 24P
CON100
LOGIC
3710-001302
CONNECTOR-SOCKET 18P
J101
AUDIO
3711-002048
CONNECTOR-HEADER
CON50
LOGIC
3722-001172
JACK POWER
J104
AUDIO
GH07-20521A
LCD
M101
POWER
GH39-20008A
CBF-SIGNAL
J301
RX
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8 . Troubleshoot ing
8-1 Logic Section
8-1-1 No Power
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8-1
Troubleshooting
8-1-2 Abnormal Initial Operation (Normal +3.3V voltage source)
8-2
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Troubleshooting
8-1-3 Abnormal Backlight Operation
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8-3
Troubleshooting
8-1-4 Abnormal Key Data Input
8-4
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Troubleshooting
8-1-5 Abnormal Keytone
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8-5
Troubleshooting
8-1-6 Abnormal Alert Tone
8-6
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Troubleshooting
8-2 RF Section
8-2-1 RF Secton Troubleshooting
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8-7
Troubleshooting
8-2-2 Receiver Part
8-8
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Troubleshooting
8-2-3 Transmitter Part
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Troubleshooting
8-4 Desk-Top charger
8-4-1 Check 1
8-10
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Troubleshooting
8-4-2 Check 2
8-12
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Troubleshooting
8-4-3 Check 3
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Troubleshooting
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9 . Test Command Table
Command No.
(OP, AB, RB)
Command SW Name
Description
01(1F, 0, 0)
T_SUSPEND_I
Terminate the normal mode, enter to the test mode.
02(3F, 0, 0)
T_RESTART_I
Terminate the test mode, enter to the normal mode.
03(FD, 0, 0)
T_SAVE_VAL_I
Save value in EEPROM (Only for Auto test).
06(1E, 0, 0)
T_WRITE_NV_I
Write an EEPROM item (One of the NV items).
07(81, 0, 0)
T_CARRIERON_I
Turn the carrier on.
08(82, 0, 0)
T_CARRIEROFF_I
Turn the carrier off.
09(83, 0, 0)
T_LOADSYN_I2)
Set the synthesizer to the channel specifed by ch_data.
22(91, 96, 96)
T_SNDNAM_I1)
Display and send NAM information.
23(95, 3, 4)
T_SNDVERSION_I1)
Display and return s/w version.
24(9F, 7, 8)
T_SNDESN_I1)
Display and return ESN.
25(92, 0, 0)
T_BACKLIGHT_ON_I
Turn on the backlight.
26(93, 0, 0)
T_BACKLIGHT_OFF_I
Turn off the backlight.
27(96, 0, 0)
T_LAMP_ON_I
Turn on the LAMP.
28(97, 0, 0)
T_LAMP_OFF_I
Turn off the LAMP.
29(9A, 0, 0)
T_REBUILD_I
Rebuild EEPROM.
30(15, 15, 0)
T_PLINE_I
Display and return Production data.
34(A2, 0, 0)
T_CDATA_I
Transmit continuous 5°©word Reverse CTL CH message.
35(A3, 3, 0)
T_VOLUME_UP_I
Increase value of the last command (Only for autotest).
36(A4, 3, 0)
T_VOLUME_DOWN_I
Decrease value of the last command (Only for autotest).
48(B4, 3, 0)
T_VIBRATOR_ON_I
Turn on vibrator.
49(B5, 0, 0)
T_VIBRATOR_OFF_I
Turn off vibrator.
50(B6, 0, 4)
T_BATT_TYPE_I
Get battery type.
51(B7, 1, 1)
T_BBA_I
Set BBA suppler company.
52(B9, 2, 2)
T_HW_VERSION_I
Get H/W version .
53(BA, 1, 1)
T_LOCK_CODE_I
Get Lock Code.
57(BC, 0, 0)
T_MIC_ON_I
Mic path on.
58(BD, 1, 0)
T_MIC_OFF_I
Mic path off.
59(BE, 1, 1)
T_SIO_MODE_I
SIO mode change.
67(C6, 3, 6)
T_READ_BATT_I1)
Reads Low-Bayyery in the standby, talk.
68(C8, 0, 3)
T_VBATT1_I3)
Set the low battery position in the standby.
69(C9, 0, 3)
T_VBATT2_I3)
Set the low battery position in the talking.
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Test Command Table
Command No.
(OP, AB, RB)
Signal. Name
Description
70(CA, 3, 0)
T_WRITE_BATT_I3)
Write battery level.
71(D1, 3, 0)
T_CDMA_TXADJ_I2)
Set tx_agc_adj in CDMA mode.
74(D4, 3, 0)
T_TXADJ_OBM_I
Set tx_agc_adj for 0 dBm power.
75(D5, 0, 3)
T_READ_RSDI_I3)
Read RSSI.
76(D6, 3, 0)
T_WRITE_RSSI_I3)
Writes RSSI.
77(D7, 0, 3)
T_READ_REMP_I
Read a temp.
79(D9, 1, 0)
T_BUZZER_ON_I2)
Buzzer on.
80(DA, 0, 0)
T_BUZZER_OFF_I
Buzzer off.
81(E3, 0. 0)
T_VOC_PCMLPON_I
Play a PCM LOOP BACK.
82(E4, 0, 0)
T_VOC_PCMLPOFF_I
Play off a PCM LOOP BACK.
85(E7, 0, 0)
T_SPEAKER_ON_I
Turn on the speaker path.
86(E8, 0, 0)
T_SPEAKER_OFF_I
Turn off the speaker path.
89(EB, 3, 0)
T_CDTRK_ADJ_I3)
Set trk_lo_adj in CDMA mode.
90(F0, 4, 0)
T_HW_CHANFLAT_T
91(F2, 4, 0)
T_SW_CHANFLAT_T
Measure the feature of the channel deviation.
(before adjusting)
Check the feature of the channel deviation applied
channel deviation algorithm. (after adjusting)
93(F3, 4, 0)
T_CH_FLATLESS_I
Setting 22dBm channel deviation 10 Points.
1)
The AB (Input Argument Byte Number) values of these commands are used only in the manual test. In
automatic test mode, the AB is regarded as 0.
2)
You can assign the value for these commands. If the AB value is assigned without argument, the test is
achieved with the value stored in EEPROM.
3)
After you get a desired test value by performing these commands, if you want to save the value into
EEPROM, use T-SAVE-VAL-I command to store the test value into the corresponding position.
¶S
OP: Operation Command Number
AB: Input Argument Byte Number
RB: Return Byte Number
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1 0 . Bl ock & Ci r cui t Di agr ams
10-1 Block Diagram
10-2 Circuit Diagram
10-2-1 Power Circuit Diagram
10-2-2 Audio Circuit Diagram
10-2-3 RX Circuit Diagram
10-2-4 TX Circuit Diagram
10-2-5 Logic Circuit Diagram
10-2-6 Memory Circuit Diagram
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