sp3110 installation manual
TECHNICAL MANUAL
FOR
PORTABLE VHF TRANSCEIVER
SP3110/SP3111 & SP3210/SP3211
S.P. RADIO A/S
AALBORG
DENMARK
Notice
The equipment described herein is manufactured by ECI, Denmark, for S.P. Radio A/S,
Denmark, and sold under the trademark SAILOR.
For warranty service, in all cases, please contact the SAILOR distributor from whom
the equipment was purchased.
For non-warranty product service, please contact in the first instance the SAILOR
distributor from whom the equipment was purchased. Spare parts and technical
service will be available through the team of SAILOR distributors worldwide.
Any responsibility or liability for loss or damage in connection with the use of this
product and the accompanying documentation is disclaimed.
The information in this manual is furnished for informational use only, is subject to
change without notice, may contain errors or inaccuracies, and represents no
commitment whatsoever.
This agreement is governed by the laws of Denmark.
Doc. No.: M3110GB
Issue: C/0348
SP3000 VHF
CONTENTS
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
GENERAL INFORMATION
INTRODUCTION
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
CONTROLS & READOUT
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION AND
BLOCK DIAGRAM.
1-12
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
TRANSCEIVER POWER SOURCES
GENERAL INFORMATION
RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES
RECHARGEABLE BATTERY TYPES & CHARGING
EMERGENCY BATTERY
BATTERY HANDLING & TRANSPORTATION
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-5
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
SERVICE
MAINTENANCE
NECESSARY TEST EQUIPMENT
PERFORMANCE CHECK
REPLACEMENT OF MODULES
REPLACEMENT OF INTERFACE MODULE
REPLACEMENT OF RF MODULE
REPLACEMENT OF DIVIDER & LOOP FILTER
MODULE
REPLACEMENT OF IF FILTER MODULE
3.8
4
4.1
4.2
3-1
3-1
3-2
3-5
3-5
3-6
3-6
3-7
4.4
4.5
MECHANICAL DESCRIPTION
GENERAL REMARKS AND HINTS
MECHANICAL DISASSEMBLING &
MODULE LOCATION
MECHANICAL ASSEMBLING OF
TRANSCEIVER UNIT
CONNECTION TO REMOTE OPERATION UNIT
BELT CLIP & STRAP CLIP
5
5.1
5.2
5.3
CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
INTERFACE MODULE (1)
5-1
VHF RF MODULE (2)
5-13
DIVIDER & LOOP FILTER (3)
5-21
4.3
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1-1
1-2
1-3
1-5
4-1
4-2
4-6
4-8
4-9
SP3000 VHF
5.4
5.5
5.6
IF FILTER MODULE (4)
KEYBOARD MODULE (5)
ANTENNA SWITCH MODULE (6)
6
PARTS LIST
5-26
5-35
5-41
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CONTENTS
1
GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1
INTRODUCTION
1-1
1.2
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
1-2
1.3
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
1-3
1.4
CONTROLS & READOUT
1-5
1.5
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION AND
BLOCK DIAGRAM.
1-12
SP3000 VHF
1
GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1 INTRODUCTION
The VHF-transceivers, in the SP3000 programme from E C I ,
includes a broad complete range of portable units, which can satisfy
any needs in the maritime environment, as well as in land based
systems.
There are basic units for the emergency, approved to the GMDSS
requirements - there are sophisticated full function models for the
particular yachtsman; all based on the same advanced transceiver
modules and the same famous mechatronic design known from
E C I .
With these VHF-transceivers, a completely new philosophy has been
introduced in portable communication. With the superior speech
quality reached on a telephone handset, and a powerfull loudspeaker,
a unique combination of general calling facilities and harmonious
communication are now available in a single unit.
All these advanced transceivers includes the newest technologies; in
components, integration, computer technology and manufacturing; all
contributing to a high reliable product, able to withstand the harsh
environmental conditions present at sea.
These VHF-transceivers are a part of a complete hand portable
programme from E C I , where you will find a broad range of
transceivers with suitable accessories like remote control units,
battery packages, fast chargers, carrying cases etc.
In spite of all the precautions taken in the design of these units, a regular
service and maintenance is recommended, to increase unit life-time
and user safety. Special attention should be given to the rechargeable
batteries and their charge terminals for optimum performance and lifetime.
E C I is the leading manufacturer of maritime radio communication
equipment - a position which has been maintained by means of
constant and extensive product development.
E C I
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fifty countries. All our dealers are well-trained, and will be able to make
service on all products.
1.2 GENERAL DESCRIPTION
With this transceiver programme, front edge technologies in electronic
and mechanical design has been combined with decades of experience
in development of communication equipment. The result is a range of
flexible products, which include a lot of unique qualities, some of these
mentioned in the folllowing.
The first multifunction portable VHF, developed to fulfil the GMDSS
requirements.
The first multifunction portable VHF, in a watertight special robust
polycarbonate housing.
The first multifunction portable VHF, with a large finger-guiding
numeric keyboard.
The first multifunction portable VHF, developed for easy single-hand
operation.
The first portable emergency VHF transceiver, with a dual-locking and
dual leak-current isolated battery package.
The first portable emergency VHF transceiver, with a dedicated long
life high capacity emergency battery pack.
The first portable VHF transceiver, with single button selection of
operating mode, to enhance calling and communication properties.
The first portable VHF transceiver, with three user programmable
channel keys, for quick selection of normal working or distress
channels.
The first portable VHF transceiver, with remote control and quick
selection of three user programmable channels by means of SP3930.
The first portable VHF transceiver, with an optional tone system
interface prepared for ATIS and equivalent systems.
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1.3 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
SP3110:
Conform to the international GMDSS requirements stated
by IMO, and equivalent specifications like ETS 300 225.
SP3111 &
SP3210:
Conform to all common international standards for handheld VHF-transceivers like ETS´s and CEPT, as well as
national specifications like MPT, FCC, KSR, FTZ etc.
GENERAL
Normal channels:
Opt. channels:
Channel spacing:
Std. freq. range:
Opt. freq. range:
Operating modes:
Modulation:
Frequency stability:
Antenna connection:
Temperature range:
Supply voltage:
Operating time:
Transceiver dimen.:
Transceiver weight:
Battery weight:
Housing category:
9706
All international simplex channels.
Up to 80 ch’s in a 12.8 MHz band.
25kHz/opt. 12.5kHz
150.8 MHz to 163.6 MHz.
12.8 MHz in 138 - 174 MHz range.
Simplex/Semi-dup.
G3EJN (Phase)
+-10ppm/opt.+-5ppm
M8 thread direct matched antenna.
Opt. adapter for BNC or TNC.
-20°C to +55°C
7.5V -15% to +40%
Minimum 8 Hours at 10% Tx, 10% Rx
and 80% standby w. emergency pack.
(H) 195mm, (W) 65mm, (D) 47mm.
460g
Primary Lithium EMERGENCY pack 200g.
Rechargeable NiCd pack 700mAh 190g.
Rechargeable NiCd pack 1200mAh 310g.
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RECEIVER
Sensitivity for:
12 dB SINAD:
AF output power
in speaker mode:
in telephone mode:
Distortion THD:
Signal/noise ratio:
AF response:
Spurious emission:
Spurious resp. att.:
Intermodulation att.:
Blocking:
Cochannel rejection:
Adj. ch. selectivity:
-119 dBm or
0.25uV p.d.
500mW/8 ohms
50mW/8 ohms
Below 10%
Better than 40dB
- 6dB/octave
Below 2nW
More than 70dB
More than 70dB
More than 90dBuV
More than 8dB
More than 70dB
TRANSMITTER
RF output power:
Adj. ch. power:
Spurious radiation:
Af response:
Distortion:
Signal/noise ratio:
2W Hi/0.25W Lo
Below -70dBc
Below 0.25uW
+ 6dB/octave
Below 5%
Better than 40dB
Specifications subject to change without further notice.
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1.4 CONTROLS & READOUT
COMMON KEYBOARD FUNCTIONS FOR ALL MODELS:
ON/OFF switch for the equipment. This pushbutton has
to be depressed for at least one second to turn on the
transceiver, which will be indicated by read-out of channel
number etc. in the LCD display.
To minimize the risk of unintended turn-off, the pushbutton has to be depressed for one second before the set
is switching off.
Keyboard lock pushbutton. When this button is depressed
for more than one second, the key-sign will show up in the
display indicating that the numeric keyboard is locked,
thus avoiding unintended change of channel number
{quick selection of Ch. 16 is still possible by long-push on
“16”}.
The numerical keyboard will be released for use by
pressing the pushbutton for more than one second.
Speaker mode selection pushbutton. The AF output level
range may be selected for the wanted mode of operation.
When the speaker-sign is shown in the display, the audio
output level will be in the high range, fitted for the oldfashioned use, with the transceiver held in front of the
user.
When there is no speaker-sign shown, the audio output
level will be in the low range, fitting the transceiver for
convenient use as a normal telephone handset.
Keyboard beep-tone function control. When depressed
for more than one second, the audible keyboard feedback
will be switched on and off alternately.
If fitted with an optional tone module, a short activation of
this key will enter the specific tone module input menu.
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UP/DOWN keys for stepwise change on the setting of the
selected function. The four functions which may be
selected are described below.
The UP/DOWN keys will default be active on the audio
volume setting, indicated by the VOL-sign.
PWR
Power level function. When the PWR-button has been
activated, the actual RF power level sign will be blinking
for a period of 2.5 seconds, in which the arrow keys may
be used to change the power level setting.
CH
Channel selection function. If the CH button is activated,
the CH-sign will be blinking for a period of 2.5 seconds,
in which the arrow keys may be use to change the channel
number, either stepwise or rolling on a continous activation.
If the CH button is depressed for more than one second,
the receiving frequency for the actual selected channel
will be shown in the display as long as the pushbutton is
activated.
SQ
Squelch level function. If the SQ button is activated, the
actual squelch-step will be shown above the blinking SQsign for a period of 2.5 seconds, in which the setting may
be changed by means of the arrow keys.
If the SQ button is depressed for more than one second,
the automatic squelch facility will be activated, where the
lowest step on which the receiver will be muted is
selected.
VOL
Volume level function. If the VOL button is activated, the
actual volume-step will be shown belove the blinking
VOL-sign for a period of 2.5 seconds.
The setting of the volume level can be changed by means
of the arrow keys whenever no other signs are blinking in
the display.
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ADDITIONAL KEYBOARD FUNCTIONS FOR SP3110 :
16
Quick selection of call and distress channel 16.
A
Quick selection of user programable channel-key A.
B
Quick selection of user programable channel on B.
Programming of channel soft-keys:
If this option is enabled, the user may change the channels which can
be selected by means of the quick channel keys
16
,
A
and
B
.
Select the channel you want to have as a quick channel by means of
the
CH
-key and the
-keys. When you have the wanted channel
read out in the display, press the
-key followed by a long-push
(more than 1 second) on the appropriate channel softkey
B
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16
,
A
or
.
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ADDITIONAL KEYBOARD FUNCTIONS FOR SP3210 :
16
Quick selection of call and distress channel 16.
P
0
SHIFT
SCAN
1
STO
Digits 0 to 9, used for numerical selection of channels.
The SHIFT button activates the second functions on
the numerical keypad.
Starts the user programmed scanning sequence.
2
Adds a channel to the programable scanning
sequence.
3
Deletes a channel from the programable scanning
sequence.
5
Selects the scan dwell time from 1 to 99 seconds. The
time chosen is the listening time on a secondary
channel receiving a signal when scanning.
4
Selects the operational mode for the VHF channels as
used in the USA.
DEL
SC-T
US
DW
6
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Selects the dual watch facility.
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DUP
7
INV
Can be used to insert a repeater offset for the transmitter on a simplex channel if this function has been
enabled.
8
Can be used to invert the Rx and Tx frequencies on
duplex channels if this function has been enabled.
9
Can be used to change the priority channel, when
priority scanning is enabled.
PRIO
P
0
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This button is used when additional P-channels is
selected. The button may be programmed to act as a
prefix for a group of channels or as a single channel
prefix.
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Monitor switch for listening-in on a channel,
irrespective of the squelch level setting.
Backlight switch, used to turn-on the illumination of the display and/or the keyboard,
depending on programming.
MONITOR
LAMP
PTT switch.
PTT
CALL
(Call switch, for selective calling.)
Microphone.
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DISPLAY READOUT.
1
2
3
HI
LO
TX
DUP
4
5
VOL
SQ
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12
9
8
7
6
1.
HIgh - LOw, TX power level indicators.
2.
TX on indicator, (carrier is transmitted).
3.
DUPlex channel indicator.
4.
Volume indicator, on in high level AF power mode.
5.
VOLume sign, the two digits below indicate the actual volume
setting.
6.
8 alpha-numeric digits, used for channel number indication etc.
7.
Squelch sign, the two digits above indicates the actual squelch
setting.
8.
Battery low indicator.
9.
Keyboard lock indicator.
10.
Individual call alarm indicator.*
11.
AF-mute indicator.*
12.
Tone system ON indicator.*
*
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Functional only in conjunction with optional tone module for
selective calling.
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1.5 PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION AND
BLOCK DIAGRAM.
ANTENNA SWITCH
On this module the RF-signal can be switched between the integral
antenna and the coaxial connector, used in applications with a remote
antenna.
This module includes, as well, the connector for a Remote Operation
Unit.
Rx-Tx UNIT
This unit includes the main RF circuit blocks, and has at the same time
the function as the motherboard for the IF & Filter unit and the Divider
& Loop filter unit.
The RF-signal from the antenna switch passes the harmonic filter,
which will suppress unwanted harmonic frequencies from the transmitter, and in turn attenuates high frequency spurious signals before
they are reaching the receiver front end.
From the Rx/Tx switch is the received signal feed to the RF amplifier
through a double tuned bandpass filter. The amplified signal passes
another narrow band bandpass filter before it is feed to the first mixer.
The input mixer converts the wanted incoming signal to a fixed
intermediate frequency of 45 MHz. The output from the mixer is feed
to the IF & Filter unit for further signal conditioning.
The local oscillator signal for the mixer is derived from the Rx VCO,
running 45 MHz above the received signal frequency. For isolation and
amplification, a buffer amplifier is inserted between the oscillator and
the mixer.
The signal for the transmitter is derived from the Tx VCO, in which the
frequency modulation takes place. The common VCO buffer amplifier
and the Tx driver amplifier, gives the needed isolation and power gain,
before the signal is feed to the RF power amplifier.
The power sensor derives the level dependent signal for the power level
control circuit, which in turn generates an appropriate DC supply
voltage for the power amplifier, resulting in a constant forward power
level. The reference voltage for the power level control circuit, and so
the actual output power level, is derived from a D/A-converter on the
interface module, controlled by the microprocessor.
A temperature sensor is included, to protect the output stage from
overheating.
This module includes several separate power supplies for different
blocks. A 5.6 V supply for the voltage controlled oscillators and
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appropriate buffers, switched by the Rx/Tx voltage switch. A 5.6 V
supply used for the power amplifier in transmit mode. Finally a stepup converter, producing 17 V’s for the synthesizer loop filter is placed
here.
The power supply fuse, reverse voltage protection diode and the ON/
OFF switch transistor are also placed on this module.
DIVIDER & LOOP FILTER
The frequency reference for the synthesizer is derived from a 14.850
MHz VCXO.
A temperature compensating control voltage for the VCXO, can
optionally be derived from a compensation table stored in the EEPROM.
The output from the temperature sensor is feed to an A/D-converter on
the interface module, and by means of this information the microcomputer can select the appropriate correction voltage.
The output from the crystal oscillator is feed to the synthesizer loop
via the reference buffer amplifier, and to the multiplying amplifier which
is generating a 44.550 MHz signal, used as the second local oscillator
signal on the IF & Filter unit.
The frequency synthesizer is using a dual modulus divider with a
prescaler dividing with 64/65. The input signal to the prescaler, coming
from the appropriate VCO, is buffered by means of the prescaler buffer
amplifier.
A single integrated circuit comprises the reference divider, the variable
divider and the phase detector. The loop reference frequency may
optionally be selected to suit special frequency resolution, but will in
standard maritime applications be 12.5 kHz.
The output from the phase detector is amplified and filtered in the loop
filter before the control signal is feed to the voltage controlled
oscillators on the Rx - Tx module.
IF & FILTER UNIT
This module is feed with the downconverted received signal at 45 MHz.
After the signal has passed the crystal filter, it is amplified in the IF
buffer amplifier.
A single integrated circuit includes the second mixer, in which the
received signal is converted down to the second IF frequency of 450
kHz. The local oscillator signal for the mixer, comes from the divider
& loop filter, and it is amplified in the 2’d LO buffer amplifier.
A ceramic filter on 450 kHz forms the final part of the receiver
selectivity. The output signal from this filter is feed to the limiting
amplifier, followed by the quadrature demodulator and an adjustable AF
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amplifier which delivers the signal for the AF-processor on the interface
module.
INTERFACE MODULE
This module includes the microcomputer which takes care of all the
internal control functions, decodes the keyboard inputs, and communicates, on a serial one wire link, with external test equipment or options.
If the equipment incorporates an optional tone module, the microcomputer
communicates with this module on an internal serial link.
An 8 MHz crystal oscillator generates the clock signal for the
microcomputer. The same signal is used as the input clock for the AFprocessor.
The output port expander converts serial data from the microcomputer
to an eight bit parallel control word, used for different internal control
functions.
By means of the 2 to 1 wire serial interface, is a two wire full duplex
SCI interface on the microcomputer converted to a single wire serial
link to external equipmet.
An optional EEPROM extension may be used to increase equipment
channel capacity.
The units custom designed LCD display is driven in the static mode by
means of a single integrated display driver, which has a serial data
interface to the microcomputer.
The AF-processor is an ASIC-circuit, which includes all the AF filters
for the receiver and the transmitter. The same integrated circuit
includes the volume controls, squelch comparators, gain blocks, AGC
and limiter, as well as A/D and D/A converters for internal measurement and control functions.
The received signal is amplified in the AF amplifier before it is feed to
the internal loudspeaker. This amplifier has its own power supply with
a separate control input for stand-by selection, to reduce current
consumption in stand-by mode.
This module includes as well the low drop 5 V voltage supply, the ON/
OFF control circuit and voltage supplies for different backlight LED
diodes.
KEYBOARD
This module includes the keyboard matrix and the associated LED
diodes for nighttime illumination.
On the same module you will find the microphone pre-amplifier which
is having its input from the electret transducer, mounted in the
equipment housing.
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BLOCK DIAGRAM
IF Filter unit (4)
Antenna
switch (6)
Antenna
switch
Limiter &
demodulator
signal strengh
2’d
mixer
2’d L.O.
buffer amp.
450 kHz
filter
IF
buffer amp.
45 MHz
X-TAL filter
9
J5
8
P5
8
Tone module
options
P4
RF unit (2)
Harmonic
filter
Rx/Tx
switch
Tuneable
BP-filter
Tuneable
BP-filter
RF-amp.
First
mixer
P4
J13
AF-processor
w.
A/D & D/A
2 to 1 wire
serial
interface
AF
amplifier
Output port
expander
uC w.
8MHz osc.
Power supply
for AF-amp.
5 Volt
power supply
E2 PROM
extension
Display
driver
ON/OFF
control cir.
L.E.D.
supply
LCD
display
To L.S.
J4
8
Power level
control
temp. sensor
Tx
VCO
w. modulator
Power
sensor
Rx
VCO
P1
J1
8
P2
RF
power
amp.
Tx driver
amp.
VCO
buffer amp.
J2
8
Mixer
buffer amp.
P3
J3
8
+
Fuse
ON/OFF
switch
5.6V
for transmitter
17V
converter
for loop filter
Rx/Tx
voltage switch
5.6V
for VCO’s.
V BAT
-
Interface (1)
P7
4
P6
6
P8
6
J7
4
J6
6
J8
6
J14
15
28034C
15
Prescaler
buffer amp.
Loop
filter
X3
amplifier
Keyboard
matrix
Prescaler
Dividers
&
phase detect.
Reference
buffer amp.
Keyboard
light
Temp.
sensor
E2 PROM
14.85 MHz
VCXO
MIc.
pre.amp.
From
Microphone
Divider & loop filter (3)
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CONTENTS
2
TRANSCEIVER POWER SOURCES
2.1
GENERAL INFORMATION
2-1
2.2
RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES
2-2
2.3
RECHARGEABLE BATTERY TYPES & CHARGING
2-3
2.4
EMERGENCY BATTERY
2-4
2.5
BATTERY HANDLING & TRANSPORTATION
2-5
2.5.1 RECHARGEABLE SECONDARY BATTERIES.
2-5
2.5.2 LITHIUM PRIMARY BATTERIES (SP3905).
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2
TRANSCEIVER POWER SOURCES
2.1 GENERAL INFORMATION
The SP3000 VHF-transceivers can be powered from different kinds of
power sources, depending on customers needs and/or application
situation.
When used as a general communication transceiver, the most convenient power source will be a rechargeable NiCd-based battery
package.
For the moment two different capacities are available, both with the
same physical size.
A standard 700 mAh version for normal use, and a high capacity 1200
mAh version for more demanding application areas.
When used in an emergency, the transceiver may be powered from a
super high capacity primary battery pack, SP3905. This battery pack
are based on Lithium cells, and is thus a one time power source.
For all types of batteries applies, that careful handling and storage will
increase battery life-time and capacity available.
Therefore:
do not store your batteries at high temperatures for longer periods
do not expose your batteries to needless bumps and shocks
do not short-circuit battery terminals
keep terminals and charging terminals clean
For rechargeable batteries a degraded capacity may be observed, due
to either low environmental temperatures or the so-called memory
effect - described in part 2.2 concerning rechargeable batteries.
Attention should be brought to national laws related to environment
and/or rules concerning recirculation & disposal of worn out batteries.
All types of batteries will be a source to pollution if not handled correct
when worn out.
WARNING!
All types of batteries may explode if exposed to open fire.
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2.2 RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES
New batteries and batteries which have been stored for a long period,
must go through two charging cycles in the standard charger - without
intervening discharge - before taken into operation. This procedure
will optimize the capacity of your secondary rechargeable NiCdbatteries.
The battery can be stored at room temperature in any charge condition,
without any risk of damage to the battery. However, if the battery has
been stored for an unknown period of time, it must be fully charged
before used.
The only maintenance needed for your NiCd battery is to keep it
charged and with clean terminals. The battery must be at normal room
temperature when it is charged, and the transceiver must be switched
off.
MEMORY EFFECT. Your NiCd battery may show a memory effect,
indicated by a reduced charging capability.
This effect will typically arise if your battery repeatedly are charged after
a partly discharge.
A battery with memory effect is not working optimal.
How to avoid memory effect:
Use your transceiver until the battery is fully discharged, indicated by
the equipment. Then fully recharge the battery once a week.
How to brake down a memory effect:
Use your transceiver until the battery is fully discharged then complete
a charge cycle.
Repeat this procedure at least three times.
Note that rechargeable batteries has a considerable reduced capacity
at low environmental temperatures; this phenomenon is normal and the
battery will regain the normal capacity when subjected to normal room
temperature.
A cold battery, below +10°C can not be fast-charged.
The fast chargers from E C I monitors the battery temperature, and
the fast-charge cycle will first begin when the battery has an appropriate temperature.
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2.3 RECHARGEABLE BATTERY TYPES & CHARGING
The rechargeable battery packs, are composed of 6 NiCd cells connected in series.
A so-called poly-fuse, a kind of a PTC-resistor,
are connected in series with the cells, acting as
a current limiting and short circuit protecting
device.
For the charging terminals in the bottom of the
battery package, they are short circuit protected,
as the plus terminal on the cells and the external
terminal are connected in series with a reedswitch.
When the battery are placed in a charger,
a magnet in the charger closes the switch
making it possible to charge the battery.
Battery diagram
Top terminals
-
-
Sense
+
Sense
+
Battery terminals
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A sense terminal on the battery package, are used to indicate the type
of battery as well as the temperature of the package. The sense
resistor, placed between the sense terminal and the minus terminal on
the battery, is a combination of a fixed 1% resistor in parrallel with a
NTC resistor. The following table shows the nominal and the typical
values of these resistors in the two types of batteries.
BATTERY
TYPE
NTC (25°C)
[kOhm]
Rp
[kOhm]
R typ. sense
[kOhm]
700 mAh
10
12.7
5.59
1200 mAh
100
127.0
55.95
Both types of batteries can be charged in any type of chargers from
E C I .
Both the standard 14 hour charger and the fast chargers will charge the
batteries with optimum charging currents for each type.
To avoid memory effect (see chap. 2.2) only charge the battery in the
standard charger when battery has been completely discharged,
indicated by the transceiver.
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The battery capacity may be masured by means of the fast chargers
with build-in optimizer SP3913/SP3915, which on the same hand will
be able to recondition a bad battery.
For further information on charging, look in the appropriate technical
manuals.
2.4 EMERGENCY BATTERY
The GMDSS VHF-transceiver SP3110 are supplied with a special
emergency battery, to secure a minimum of 8 hours operation at all
environmental temperature conditions.
This special emergency battery are composed of 3 lithium cells in
series.
Battery diagram
A so-called poly-fuse, a kind of a PTC-resistor,
are connected in series with the cells, acting as a
current limiting and short circuit protecting device.
-
+
Magnet
A small magnet in the top of the battery draws
a reed switch in the transceiver, when inserted,
thereby informing the µC that an emergency
battery are used.
29499A
The chemistry of the cells are based on a lithium anode and a liquid
thionyl chloride cathode with an electrolyte of lithium tetrachloro
aluminate in thionyl chloride.
The cells include no toxic materials, and they are housed in stainless
steel casings. The casings include a vent, and if a cell open at ambient
temperature, SOCl2 vapours will rapidly combine with air moisture to
produce corrosive vapours, however these are neither toxic nor
flammable.
The cells used are UL recognized.
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Storage. When stored, the storage temperature should be maintained
below +25°C (+95°F). Exposure to temperatures above +50°C (+122°F)
should be limited to a few days in any one year.
Areas where cells and batteries are stored must be equipped with type
D fire extinguishers.
Long-time storage, specialy at elevated temperatures, may beside the
reduction in capacity introduce a so-called delay-effect. This effect may
increase the turn-on time of the transceiver. However a special electrical circuit in the transceiver will secure that the equipment always will
be able to turn on, just keep the on/off button depressed until the set
turns on.
Battery test. The battery may be tested periodically, e.g. by inspection
of ship surveyors. The test duration must be written on the sticker on
the battery. When the total test time exceeds 30 minutes of operation
with maximum 5 minutes of transmission, the battery must be replaced
to secure 8 hours of operation at -20°C.
2.5 BATTERY HANDLING & TRANSPORTATION
2.5.1
RECHARGEABLE SECONDARY BATTERIES.
These batteries can be handled as normal goods, and no special
precaution should be taken neither under handling nor transportation.
However:
Attention should be brought to national laws related to environment
and/or rules concerning recirculation & disposal of worn out batteries.
All types of batteries will be a source to pollution if not handled correct
when worn out.
2.5.2
LITHIUM PRIMARY BATTERIES (SP3905).
This battery type must be handled with normal care to prevent shortcircuit of the battery teminals. DO NOT connect the battery to external
power sources, other-wise the battery may explode.
The transport of lithium cells and batteries is regulated by UN, the ICAO
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(civil aviation), the IMO (maritime organization) and the HM 181
(federal regulations for the USA) and other national organizations.
Each cell contains 1.45 G of lithium, each battery contains 4.35 G.
NOTE! The following rules apply for both used and unused batteries.
AIR FREIGHT.
The batteries are classified as dangerous goods, and must be packed
in special approved boxes for dangerous goods with a preprinted UNspecification.
UN 3091, lithium batteries contained in equipment.
Hazard-label no. 9 (Miscellaneous) must be attached (see next page).
A label with two arrows must be attached as well (see next page).
For some countries, e.g. USA a special orange label must be added,
to tell that the batteries must not be loaded in passenger aircrafts (see
next page).
FOR EACH SHIPMENT, a Shippers Declaration for Dangerous Goods
must be made out.
FREIGHT BY TRUCK.
The batteries are not classified as dangerous goods, and no special
action should be taken.
FREIGHT BY SHIP.
The batteries must be packed and labeled in the same way as used for
air-freight packages, as a form with Shippers Declaration for Dangerous Goods must be made out.
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EXAMPLES OF PACKAGING STICKERS.
ATTENTION, should be brought to national laws related to environment and/or rules concerning recirculation & disposal of batteries.
In some countries and in some urban areas, the collection of batteries,
including lithium types, is organized officially.
Please contact your authorized regulatory agency for guidelines.
Anyway, if any problems arise concerning disposal, the batteries may
be returned to E C I for proper treatment.
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CONTENTS
3
SERVICE
3.1
MAINTENANCE
3-1
3.2
NECESSARY TEST EQUIPMENT
3-1
3.3
PERFORMANCE CHECK
3-2
3.4
REPLACEMENT OF MODULES
3-5
3.5
REPLACEMENT OF INTERFACE MODULE
3-5
3.6
REPLACEMENT OF RF MODULE
3-6
3.7
REPLACEMENT OF DIVIDER & LOOP FILTER
MODULE
3-6
REPLACEMENT OF IF FILTER MODULE
3-7
3.8
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3.
SERVICE
3.1 MAINTENANCE
As this transceiver may be a part of the on-board safety equipment,
attention should be given to the performance of the transceiver.
Any mechanical deterioration of the transceiver should be avoided, and
a regular service check in the service shop, at intervals not exceeding
12 months, is recommended.
The transceiver is delivered with a test sheet, including some of the final
test values, recorded at the final production test. If a performance check
of the equipment, do not show a good agreement with these values, a
complete alignment/repair has to be carried out.
3.2 NECESSARY TEST EQUIPMENT
To carry out a performance check of the transceiver, the following test
equipment must be available:
Test box for SP3000 (729510)
Multimeter e.g. Philips type PM2505
Frequency counter e.g. Philips type PM 6674
RF Signal Generator e.g. Rohde & Schwarz CMT tester.
RF Power Meter e.g. Rohde & Schwarz CMT tester.
RF Modulation Meter e.g. Rohde & Schwarz CMT tester.
LF Signal Generator e.g. Rohde & Schwarz CMT tester.
LF Distortion Meter e.g. Rohde & Schwarz CMT tester.
If any of the electronical tuned parameters has to be changed, the
SP3000 Programming Interface, H1650, must be available.
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3.3 PERFORMANCE CHECK
A performance check of the transceiver should include the following
measurements, made by means of the SP3000 test box and appropriate instruments.
NOTE! The RF signal path insertion loss, of the SP3000 test box
with connection cable, is approximately 0,5dB at VHF frequencies and 0,8dB at UHF frequencies.
All levels mentioned below are referred to the terminals at the top of the
transceiver.
All measurements are carried out on VHF channel 6.
RECEIVER SENSITIVITY.
The receiver sensitivity is controlled by applying a RF-signal to the
transceiver input terminal, via the test box, and measure the receiver
AF output signal-to-noise ratio.
1.
Connect the RF signal generator to the RF in/out terminal on the
test box. Adjust the RF output level to 0,3 µV, the carrier must be
modulated with a 1 kHz tone and a frequency deviation of
± 3.0 kHz.
2.
Connect the AF distortion meter to the AF from RX output
terminal on the test box.
3.
Check that the signal-to-noise ratio is better than 12 dB SINAD.
RECEIVER AF OUTPUT TO ROU.
The AF output level for a remote operation unit may be checked by
means of a signal generator and an AF voltmeter.
1.
Connect the RF signal generator to the RF in/out terminal on the
test box. Adjust the RF output level to + 60 dB relative to 1 µV,
the carrier must be modulated with a 1 kHz tone and a frequency
deviation of ± 3.0 kHz.
2.
Connect the AF voltmeter to the AF from RX output terminal on
the test box.
3.
Check that the AF signal level is 325 mVRMS ± 30 mVRMS.
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RECEIVER DISTORTION.
The receiver distortion is controlled by applying a RF-signal to the
transceiver input terminal, and then measure the distortion of the AF
output from the receiver.
1.
Connect the RF signal generator to the RF in/out terminal on the
test box. Adjust the RF output level to + 60 dB relative to 1 µV,
the carrier must be modulated with a 1 kHz tone and a frequency
deviation of ± 3.0 kHz.
2.
Connect the AF distortion meter to the AF from RX output
terminal on the test box.
3.
Check that the distortion of the AF signal is less than 5%.
TRANSMITTER POWER LEVEL.
The transmitter power level is measured as the mean power delivered
to a 50 ohm load, with the carrier unmodulated. The level is measured
on the coaxial outlet in the top of the transceiver.
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1.
Connect the RF power meter to the RF in/out terminal on the test
box.
2.
Key the transmitter by means of the PTT switch on the test box.
3.
The RF power level should be inside the following limits.
2W version in HI power mode
1.6 W £ PTx £ 2.2 W
2W version in Lo power mode
a.with secondary battery
b.with primary battery
0.2 W £ PTx £ 0.3 W
0.7 W £ PTx £ 1.0 W
5W version in HI power mode
4.1 W £ PTx £ 5.4 W
5W version in Lo power mode
0.2 W £ PTx £ 0.3 W
1W version in HI power mode
0.7 W £ PTx £ 1.0 W
1W version in Lo power mode
0.02 W £ PTx £ 0.1 W
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TRANSMITTER CARRIER FREQUENCY.
The transmitter carrier frequency is measured as the frequency of the
unmodulated carrier.
1.
Connect the frequency counter to the RF in/out terminal on the
test box.
2.
Key the transmitter by means of the PTT switch on the test box.
3.
The carrier frequency @ 25°C should be 156.300 MHz ± 500 Hz.
NOTE!
The following two performance checks is not able to detect
errors in the signal path from the sound transducer to the AF
processor, however the specific adjustments and the signal
path from the ROU-connector may be verified.
If the following two checks are OK, a simple voice check of the
modulator should be satisfactory to verify the transducer with
its amplifier.
TRANSMITTER FREQUENCY DEVIATION.
The transmitter frequency deviation is measured by applying an AF
signal to the transmitter modulator and then measure the peak frequency deviation of the carrier.
1.
Connect the modulation meter to the RF in/out terminal on the
test box.
2.
Connect an AF signal generator to the AF to Tx input terminal on
the test box. Adjust the output frequency to 1 kHz and the output
level to 50 mVRMS.
3.
Key the transmitter by means of the PTT switch on the test box.
4.
Check that the peak frequency deviation is ± 3.0 kHz ± 2 dB.
TRANSMITTER DISTORTION.
The transmitter distortion is measured by applying an AF input signal
to the transmitter modulator and then measure the distortion of the
demodulated AF signal.
1.
Connect the modulation meter to the RF in/out terminal on the
test box. Connect the demodulated AF output from the modula
tion meter to the AF distortion meter.
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2.
Connect an AF signal generator to the AF to Tx input terminal on
the test box. Adjust the output frequency to 1 kHz and the output
level to 50 mVRMS.
3.
Key the transmitter by means of the PTT switch on the test box.
4.
Check that the distortion of the demodulated AF output is less
than 5%.
3.4 REPLACEMENT OF MODULES
Due to the advanced technologies used in this series of transceivers,
it is recommended to trace faults to module level and then exchange the
complete module.
However it should be noticed that some few adjustments need to be
made when certain modules are replaced, due to the use of internal
electronically tuned parameters.
The absolute minimum adjustments needed, to have an operational
unit after module replacement, are mentioned in the following sections.
NOTE!
Whenever the transceiver unit has been disassembled, it
must be assembled according to the instructions outlined in
chapter 4 of this manual.
3.5 REPLACEMENT OF INTERFACE MODULE
The replacement of this module may impair a lot of the internal settings
because the microcomputer on this module holds data for these
settings in the internal EEPROM.
If these settings cannot be read by means of the software program
H1650, it is recommended to have the unit repaired on the factory.
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1.
Read the complete setup of the EEPROM memory by means of
H1650.
2.
Replace the defective interface module.
3.
Programme the transceiver with the setup file loaded under
step 1.
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3.6 REPLACEMENT OF RF MODULE
If this module are replaced, the transmitter power level settings has to
be checked/reprogrammed.
1.
Check the RF power levels as described in part 3.3.
2.
If needed, programme the power settings by means of direct
address programming under H1650. The power level parameters are stored in the following addresses:
$021
$022
$023
$024
Low power level with primary battery, typical standard
value equal to $12.
High power level with primary battery, typical standard
value equal to $1C.
Low power level with secondary battery, typical standard value equal to $0A.
High power level with secondary battery, typical standard value equal to $1C.
3.7 REPLACEMENT OF DIVIDER & LOOP FILTER
MODULE
Before this module are replaced, it must be determined whether
temperature compensation of the crystal frequency are active or not.
By means of H1650 read the content of address $030, convert the
content to binary, read bit 5 (bit 0 equal to LSB):
1.
If bit 5 is equal to binary 0, temperature compensation are
inactive, and the module can just be replaced.
2.
If bit 5 is equal to binary 1, temperature compensation are active,
and the module must only be replaced with a module which has
been compensated from the factory with appropriate data.
3.
Check the carrier frequency as outlined in section 3.3. If temperature compensation are inactive, the carrier frequency may
be tuned by means of C4.
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3.8 REPLACEMENT OF IF FILTER MODULE
This module may be replaced without further action. To be sure that the
AF level from the module are correct do as follows:
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1.
Connect the RF signal generator to the RF in/out terminal on the
test box. Adjust the RF output level to + 60 dB relative to 1 µV,
the carrier must be modulated with a 1.0 kHz tone and a
frequency deviation of ± 3.0 kHz.
2.
Connect an AF voltmeter to the AF output terminal on pin 6 of the
module. The level must be 150 mVRMS ± 3 mVRMS.
3.
If needed adjust R12 to reach the right level mentioned above.
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CONTENTS
4
MECHANICAL DESCRIPTION
4.1
GENERAL REMARKS AND HINTS
4-1
4.2
MECHANICAL DISASSEMBLING &
MODULE LOCATION
4-2
MECHANICAL ASSEMBLING OF
TRANSCEIVER UNIT
4-6
4.4
CONNECTION TO REMOTE OPERATION UNIT
4-8
4.5
BELT CLIP & STRAP CLIP
4-9
4.3
SP3000 VHF
4
MECHANICAL DESCRIPTION
4.1 GENERAL REMARKS AND HINTS
This transceiver program has been specialy designed to withstand the
harsh environmental conditions met at sea; however as a self contained watertight unit, only authorized personel, as E C I service
agents, may make service on these products.
For the GMDSS version SP3110, a set of tough environmental demands has to be met. Of this reason an extensive test has been carried
out, on the factory, in the production process; including vacuum and
pressure test´s of the housing as well as the final unit.
Therefore, as a part of the safety equipment, these units must be
handled with great care when subject to service.
NOTE! if this type has been opened or serviced by unauthorized
personal, THE PRODUCT WARRANTY WILL BE LOST.
The housing material, a special polycarbonate mold, can withstand all
normal diesel-/motor-/lubricating oils and fuels met on-board ships.
For normal cleaning we recommend the use of normal washing-up
liquid and hand hot water.
If the unit has been submersed in acids or alkaline solvents, clean with
plenty of hand hot water.
To keep your transceiver watertight, keep sharp edges and points away
from the rubber parts and the membrane in front of the speaker baffle.
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4.2 MECHANICAL DISASSEMBLING
& MODULE LOCATION
Disassabling of transceiver unit.
ï
501321
501322
Transceiver unit front view.
501324
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Transceiver unit rear view.
501323
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Unscrew to remove transceiver top with Antenna Switch Module.
(Gently disconnect coax cable connector by means of a tweezer)
ï
501325
501326
501333
Pull gently upwards.
ñ
501333
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Front view with removed metal shield.
Unscrew to remove
Interface Module.
(Must only be done after
the transceiver top has
been removed)
501329
Rear view with removed metal shield.
Unscrew to remove Divider &
Loop Filter Module.
Unscrew to remove IF Filter Module.
(Gently disconnect coax cable
connector by means of a tweezer)
501330
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Unscrew to remove
RF Module.
501331
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4.3 MECHANICAL ASSEMBLING OF
TRANSCEIVER UNIT
If a transceiver unit has been disassembled; great care must be taken
to assure proper assembling to maintain watertightness.
FOR SP3110, THE RUBBER GASKETS MUST BE EXCHANGED!
(Request service kit with PART No. 729199)
Transceiver assembling:
Make sure! that the top rubber gasket is turned correct, see expanded
drawing of gasket below.
To ensure correct tightning of the screws in the bottom, a torque
hexagon head screwdriver must be used.
When the screws are tightened, alternately tighten the two screws a
little, to make sure that the unit is smoothly drawn together, with an
equal pull in each side of the chassis.
The screws must be tightened with a torque of 4 Kgcm.
Screws in the top cover must be tightened with a torque of 5 Kgcm.
Resealing of SP3110:
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20.0°
48.652
Service kit PART No. 729199 consists of:
1 pcs PART No. 48.652
2 pcs PART No. 48.650
1 pcs PART No. 48.651
29488A
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4.4 CONNECTION TO REMOTE OPERATION UNIT
The transceivers may be connected to a Remote Operation Unit
SP3930.
Remove the top cover of the transceiver.
Smoothly press the rubber molded connector, on the cable to the
Remote Operation Unit, into the top plug.
Fasten the screws tightly with your fingers.
Turn on the transceiver unit.
A
B 16
Connect to the Portable Transceiver
PWR
VOL
CH
A
SQ
B
16
29489A
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4.5 BELT CLIP & STRAP CLIP
Mounting of belt clip or strap clip.
29486
Removal of belt clip or strap clip.
29487
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5
CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
5.1
INTERFACE MODULE (1)
5-1
5.1.1 ASIC CIRCUIT BLOCK DIAGRAM
5-4
5.2
VHF RF MODULE (2)
5-13
5.3
DIVIDER & LOOP FILTER (3)
5-21
5.4
IF FILTER MODULE (4)
5-26
5.5
KEYBOARD MODULE (5)
5-35
5.6
ANTENNA SWITCH MODULE (6)
5-41
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5
CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION AND SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAMS
5.1 INTERFACE MODULE (1)
This module comprises all the control signalling circuits as well as the
AF circuit elements of the transceiver. This module has connectors for
interface to the keyboard module, the RF module, an optional tone
system unit and the antenna switch module.
ON/OFF CIRCUIT
When the on/off button on the keyboard module is activated, the common
cathode node for D1,D3 and D4 will be pulled to ground level, which will
turn-on the silicon switch on the RF module. This will in turn power-up the
complete unit, and once the microcomputer has started up, the two
transistors Q3 and Q4 will turn on, and a self keeping condition has been
reached. In this condition, the current path to ground through R9 and Q4
will be able to turn-on externally connected equipment, as e.g. a Remote
Operation Unit.
Once turned on, with the on/off button released, the anode of D1 will be
pulled high through R8. This node will now be continously monitored by
the µC, and a low level will initiate a turn off sequence, where Q3 and Q4
will be released.
+5V POWER SUPPLY
The internal reference and logic supply voltage, is generated by means
of an integrated low-drop series regulator U9. With the switched battery
voltage as the input voltage, this device creates an extremely stable
output voltage of +5V.
KEYBORD LIGHT SUPPLY
The power supply for the keyboard light diodes are supplied through Q14;
when pin 7 on U3 are low, the output voltage on the collector of Q14 will
be +5V, equal to the internal +5V reference, connected to the base of
Q13.
DISPLAY LIGHT SUPPLY
The display light are controlled from pin 4 on U3; with this port turned high,
a constant current sink are formed by means of D5, R48 and Q12.
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MICROCONTROLLER
This VLSI circuit U8, includes a microcontroller with different peripheral
subcircuits, as well as an EEPROM, in which the complete channel
coding and programable settings for a standard version are stored.
The microcontroller runs with an 8 MHz clock. The internal oscillator
circuit has an 8 MHz crystal X1 as the frequency determining device,
with capacitors C38 and C39 as the main load capacitors.
The mode of operation can be determined by means of the switch S5, or
via the serial link through the top connector.
The microcontroller takes care of all the internal control and monitor
functions, e.g. synthesizer set-up, power set-up, AF-control, display
control etc.
The microcontroller scan the keyboard for user input, monitors the
switches S1 to S4, and the control signals from a Remote Control Unit,
if connected.
PERIPHERAL DEVICES
A single serial to parrallel shift register U3, is used as a port expander
for the µC, to control different internal functions.
If the transceiver needs more than 80 channels, an optional memory
expansion must be added, by means of an EEPROM U2.
DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
The transceiver status information is read-out by means of a custom
designed LCD display. This display, which is of the static driven type to
get optimum read-out contrast, is controlled by means of an integrated
driver IC U6, which includes the oscilllators, the buffers etc. The actual
information to be displayed is send by means of a serial link to the µC.
SERIAL COMMUNICATION INTERFACE
The µC includes a two wire, bidirectional asyncroneous communication
interface (SCI-interface). By means of Q1, U1 and surrounding components, this interface is converted to a single wire bidirectional serial
communication interface.
This interface is used for external control of the equipment under
production and test.
The same interface is used, when a service agent will programme the
transceiver functions and/or channels, by means of a PC and the
programming kit H1650, from E C I .
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AF POWER SUPPLY
The AF power amplifier U7, has it´s own separate power supply, which
can be shut down from the µC. This series regulator circuit has Q7 as the
pass transistor with Q9 and Q10 as a differential pair in the feed-back
loop. The internal reference voltage of +5V are fed to the base of Q9. The
resistance divider R41 and R42 determines the output voltage, nominal
+5,6V.
The output voltage can be shut down to 0V, when the common node of
R39 and R40 is raised to +5V.
Transistor Q6 with resistor R37 acts as a current limiting and short term
short-circuit protection of the voltage regulator.
ASIC CIRCUIT U4
This custom designed ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit),
includes all the AF-processing circuits of the transceiver, as well as
some A/D and D/A coverters for internal control of different functions as
Tx power level, Rx tune voltage, XTAL oscillator temperature compensation, DC voltage level monitoring etc.
All the settings of this circuit are made by means of a serial protocol
controlled by the µC.
The internal switch-capacitor filters has the 8 MHz µC clock as the
reference oscillator.
The reference voltage to the A/D and D/A converters is taken from the
internal +5V reference.
The pre-emphasis filter in the transmitter AF-chain, is realized with
external components to determine filter shape. These components are
capacitors C4, C5, C8 and resistors R16, R18 and R19.
The time constants for the integrated compressor, is determined by
means of R17, C7 and R20.
The filter shape for the noise-squelch filter is determined by capacitors
C13, C14, C15 and reistors R27 and R28. Diode D6 forms the detector,
with R29, R30 and C17 determining the time constants.
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SP3000 VHF
ASIC CIRCUIT BLOCK DIAGRAM
This VLSI circuit, has been developed to operate as a standard building
block in VHF/UHF transceivers from E C I .
This circuit must be powered from +5 V. To minimize power supply
cross-talk, different parts have their own power supply input pin. The
internal virtual ground amplifier, has an external decoupling capacitor on
pin 34.
There are two independent AF chains, one for the Tx chain and one for
the Rx chain. Each of these chains has a control bit to enable stand-by
mode, to minimize power consumption in stand-by.
Tx AF-CHAIN
In this part there is a complete signal conditioning circuit for a transmitter.
The input may be fed to an input OP-amp, with or without filtering
depending on application. The next stage is a programable gain block
with 32 steps and a resolution of 0,25 dB. The input to this amplifier may
be taken either from the filter/preamplifier and/or the external input - pin
11 - TxAFin.
After this gain block follows a compressor circuit. The attack and decay
times are determined by external resistors and a capacitor.
An external input may be coupled directly to the compressor input via the
input/output pin 6 TxAFio.
The output from the compressor may be fed to a hard-limiter, or directly
to the summing amplifier, before the final post-filter in the Tx path.
The input to the summing amplifier may be selected to come from the
external input - pin 11 - TxAFin.
The post filter is realized as a forth order, low-pass, switch capacitor
filter, with programmeable roll-off frequency.
The filter output are fed to two independent, gain adjustable amplifiers;
each with 32 steps and a resolution of 0,25 dB. Both outputs are followed
by an anti aliasing filter, to filter off clock feed-through from the switch
capacitor filter SCF1.
Rx AF-CHAIN
In this part there is a complete signal conditioning circuit for a receiver,
including filters and amplifiers.
The input from the detector circuit may be fed to a gain adjustable
amplifier, with 32 steps and a resolution of 0,25 dB.
After this follows two filters, which can be by-passed each or both,
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depending on programming. The input may be selected either from the
preamplifier or from an external input/output - pin 13 - RxAFio. The first
filter, SCF2, is a second order band-pass filter, giving a slope of -6 dB/
octave in the AF pass-band, acting as the receiver de-emphasis filter.
The second filter, SCF3, is a fourth order high-pass filter, rejecting
frequencies below 300 Hz.
The final filtering is made in a second order low-pass filter, SCF4, the
input to which can be selected either from the filter path or from an
external input/output - pin 13 - RxAFio.
After the post filter, the signal are divided into two independent gain
adjustable amplifiers, one with 32 steps and a dynamic range of 35 dB,
the other with 64 steps and a dynamic range of 70 dB. The output from
the former are in advance attenuated 20 dB´s compared to the output
from the latter.
The outputs from the two amplifiers are each available as separate
output terminals. Besides an output terminal is available, which may be
connected to either of the above mentioned outputs.
SQUELCH COMPARATOR
For the squelch circuit, an integrated comparator with hysteresis is
implemented. The input to the comparator may be selected from one of
two external input terminals. The comparator input trigger level can be
set in 32 steps, ranging from 0,15 V to 3,1 V.
OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS
Two wide-band operational amplifiers are available for different filtering
and/or gain functions. OP1 can be powered down in stand-by mode by
means of a single control bit.
OSCILLATOR CIRCUIT
The clock signal to the switch capacitor filters can be derived, either from
an external 8 MHz clock input, or from an on-chip oscillator, with an
external crystal as the frequency determining device.
D/A CONVERTERS
Three separate 7 bit D/A converters are available for different analog
control functions. The output voltage will range from VREF- to VREF+,
increasing linearly in 128 steps.
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A/D CONVERTERS
An 8 bit, successive approximation, A/D converter can have the input
multiplexed between 4 external input terminals. The input voltage range
lies from VREF- to VREF+. The A/D converter has a differential nonlinearity
of ±½ LSB, and an integral nonlinearity of ±1 LSB.
DIGITAL CONTROL BLOCK
This part includes all the digital interface/control functions of the
complete circuit. There is a clock input, a bidirectional data port, a read/
write pin and an input latch.
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MBUF out
7
MBUF in
8
AGC 1
AGC 2
LIM I/O
5
4
3
2
12
# 13.2
Mic. amp.
VSS
AGCAC
6
VDDA
TXAF I/O
ASIC CIRCUIT BLOCK DIAGRAM
33
# 13.4
-
AGC
ANTI AL.
LIMITER
1
TX MOD 1
44
TX MOD 2
15
RX AF 1
16
RX AF2
17
RX AF 3
39
REFP
38
REFN
amp.
+
# 13.3
# 13.7
# 13.5
# 9 (5)
# 11 (5)
SCF 1
TXAF in
11
# 13.6
Tx AF chain
OP1 out
ANTI AL.
9
OP1
OP1 in
10
# 10 (5)
+
# 13 (1)
# 12.1
DET RX in
14
# 12.5
# 8 (5)
# 12.6
SCF 2
SCF 3
# 12.3
# 7 (5)
SCF 4
# 12.2
RX AF I/O
13
# 12.4
Rx AF chain
OP2out
# 12.7
# 6 (6)
19
OP2
-
+
Vref.
8 bit
A/D
+
4MHz Ref ck.
#5
20
14
# 5,6
5
Digital
Control Block
-2
#2
#3
-
# 5,0
#4
7 bit
7 bit
7 bit
Multiplex
D/A
D/A
D/A
4:1
R
22
42
41
40
34
AVREF
43
AD 4
35
AD 3
36
AD 1
37
DA 3
32
DA 2
31
DA 1
29
LATCH
30
*R/W
28
CLK
26
DATA
25
VDD
24
8MHzCK
27
XTAL 2
VDDOSC
23
XTAL 1
COMPout
21
#1
4 MHz
XTAL OSC.
VSSOSC
COMPin2
R
Squelch comparator
COMPin1
+
18
AD 2
OP2in
29490A
9706
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5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
PAGE 5-8
SP3000 VHF
9706
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
COMPONENT LOCATION INTERFACE MODULE 1
Seen from primary side with primary side tracks.
Seen from primary side with secondary side tracks.
PCB rev. 26701H
9418
PAGE 5-9
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
COMPONENT LOCATION INTERFACE MODULE 1
Seen from secondary side with secondary side tracks.
Seen from secondary side with primary side tracks.
PCB rev. 26701H
PAGE 5-10
9418
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
INTERFACE MODULE 1
9706
This diagram is valid for PCB rev. 26701H
PAGE 5-11
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
PAGE 5-12
SP3000 VHF
9339
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SP3000 VHF
5.2 VHF RF MODULE (2)
This module contains the following main blocks.
1. Receiver front-end & first mixer.
2. Transmitter power amplifier and harmonic filter.
3. Power regulator.
4. 5,6V voltage regulator for the transmitter power amplifier.
5. Voltage controlled oscillators.
6. 5,6V voltage regulator for the synthesizer circuitry.
7. Step-up converter.
8. on/off circuit.
RECEIVER FRONT-END & FIRST MIXER.
The RF signal is fed into the front-end through the harmonic filter and
relay RE2. Notice that the harmonic filter is used both in receive-and
transmitmode.
The front-end consists of two double tuned LC-resonance circuits which
are separated by the rf amplifier, built up around dual gate mosfet Q6. The
resonance circuits are tuned as a function of frequency by means of
capacitance diodes D5,D6,D7 and D8. Tuning voltage is delivered from
the circuit formed by U2, where the voltage range is increased from 0-5V
to 0-15V. From the front-end the signal is led into first mixer, which are
built up around dual gate mosfet Q7. The IF1 signal is generated by
mixing the RF signal with the local oscillator signal. The IF1 signal is
filtered out by the tuned LC-resonance circuit formed by L9,C50 and C52,
and then fed to plug P5.
TRANSMITTER POWER AMPLIFIER AND HARMONIC FILTER.
The amplifier is built up around the integrated circuit U1. The RF signal
enters the circuit at pin 1, is then amplified and led out at pin 5 into the
power detector. From the power detector the signal is led on to relay RE2
and then into the harmonic filter, which is built up around L3 and L4 with
matching capacitors. There are three supply voltages to the power
amplifier. MAIN-supply is connected directly to battery voltage VBAT,
BIAS-supply is connected to a 5,6V fixed voltage regulator and DRIVEsupply is connected to the power regulator circuitry.
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SP3000 VHF
POWER REGULATOR.
The regulator is built up of U2,3, U2,4, Q21, Q2 and the power detector,
together these components form a controle loop. The purpose of this loop
is to keep the transmitter power at a constant level regardless of
temperature, supply voltage etc., and to protect the power amplifier from
damage caused by large VSWR-values at the output.
The power detector consists of a quarter wawe transmission line, formed
by L2, C20 and C21, and a rectifier formed by D2, D3, C23, R30, R32,
R106 and R107. The transmission line is connected to the rectifier
through the capacitors C19 and C22. Output from the detector is a DCvoltage that will increase with increasing voltage level of the RF signal
on the transmission line. The detector output will also increase when the
VSWR-value of the transmission line is increased.
The transmitter power level is set through the voltage at TX POWER
CONTROL in P4.
5,6V VOLTAGE REGULATOR FOR THE TRANSMITTER POWER
AMPLIFIER.
The regulator consists of a differential amplifier U2,2 Which controlles
the voltage drop across serial transistor Q4 in order to maintain constant
output voltage from the regulator. The regulator includes shortcircuit
protection formed by Q5. The regulator is turned on and off through TX
ON in P4.
VOLTAGE CONTROLLED OSCILLATORS.
Both the tx-vco and the rx-vco are of the colpitts-clapp oscillator type
built up around a common collector amplifier respectively Q15 and Q16.
The oscillating frequency is controlled by feeding the vco controle
voltage to the capacitance diodes respectively D11 and D13. In rx-mode
the vco signal is led through D14 to the vco buffer. The output from the
vco buffer is led to P7 through C94 & R87 and to LO1 buffer through D17,
where it is amplified and then fed to first mixer as localoscillator signal.
In tx-mode the vco signal is modulated by applying the modulation signal
to the capacitance diode D12. The vco signal is then led through D15 to
the vco buffer. The output from the vco buffer is led P7 through C94 &
R87 and to the tx preamplifier through D16. The preamplifier is built up
around two transistors Q18 and Q19, and amplifies the vco signal to
achieve the correct power level for the transmitter power amplifier.
The selection of the wanted vco is done by means of the circuit formed
by Q8, Q9, Q10.
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5,6V VOLTAGE REGULATOR FOR THE SYNTHESIZER CIRCUITRY.
The regulator consists of a differential amplifier, formed by Q13 and Q14,
which controlles the voltage drop across the serial transistor Q12 to
maintain constant output voltage from the regulator. The regulator
contains also a shortcircuit protection formed by Q11.
STEP-UP CONVERTER.
This circuit generates supply voltage for the loop filter, located on
module 3, and for U4 used to create tune voltage for the receiver frontend. The converter is built up around D9, D10, C61, C62, C63, C64, U3,
C66 and R63. The converter frequency is app. 100kHz.
On/Off CIRCUIT.
The on/off switch is formed by transistor Q1, which is controlled by
SUPPLY ON/OFF in P2.
When a primary battery is used in conjunction with the tranceiver, the
circuit built up around Q23 and Q24 is armed through the reed relay
RE1.The reed relay is activated by a small permanent magnet placed in
the primary battery package.
The purpose of the circuit is to inform the microprocessor, by pulling
PRI.BAT. in P2 low, that a primary battery is supplying the tranceiver,
and to load the primary battery with a certain current, when keyboard on/
off botton is activated, as soon as the botton is released, the circuit stops
loading the battery. This load secures that the battery will meet
specifications even after long storage.
9339
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5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
PAGE 5-16
SP3000 VHF
9339
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
COMPONENT LOCATION VHF RF MODULE 2
Seen from primary side with primary side tracks.
Seen from primary side with secondary side tracks.
PCB rev. 26702C
PAGE 5-17
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
COMPONENT LOCATION VHF RF MODULE 2
Seen from secondary side with secondary side tracks.
Seen from secondary side with primary side tracks.
PCB rev. 26702C
PAGE 5-18
9339
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
VHF RF MODULE 2
9604
This diagram is valid for PCB rev. 26702C
PAGE 5-19
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
PAGE 5-20
SP3000 VHF
9339
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
5.3 DIVIDER & LOOP FILTER (3)
This module contains the following main blocks.
1. Crystal oscillator.
2. Multiplier.
3. Dual modulus prescaler, divider and phasedetector.
4. Loop filter.
CRYSTAL OSCILLATOR.
The crystal oscillator is of the colpitts type, built up around the common
collector amplifier Q1. The oscillator frequency is 14,85MHz. The
oscillator signal is led to respectively the multiplier circuit through C35
and the oscillator buffer formed by Q2. From the oscillator buffer the
signal is fed to the reference divider through C21.
As to compensate for temperaturedrift of the crystal the oscillator
frequency is adjusted by applying XTAL.CORR. in J6 to capacitance
diode D1. A temperature sensor consisting of R35, R36 and NTC resistor
R46 creates the TEMP.SENSE voltage in J6. Information about
temperaturedrift of the crystal is placed in EEPROM U2 in tableform. As
a result of the TEMP.SENSE voltage and the contents in the EEPROM,
the microprocessor located on module 1 generates the XTAL CORR.
voltage.
MULTIPLIER.
In order to generate localoscillator signal for second mixer in the receiver,
the oscillator frequency is multiplied by three. This multiplikation is done
by the circuit built up around Q4. The circuit is an ordinary amplifier,
where the working point of the transistor is chosen to achieve a large
amount of harmonic distortion. The resonance circuit L2, C37 and C39
is tuned to 44,55MHz and filteres out the wanted harmonic of the signal.
DUAL MODULUS PRESCALER, DIVIDER AND PHASEDETECTOR.
The vco signal is fed from J7 to the prescaler buffer, which is formed by
Q3. From the prescaler buffer the signal is led on to the dual modulus
prescaler U1. The modulus of the prescaler is either 64 or 65 depending
on the logic level of the modulus controle pin6 of the prescaler. A high
level on modulus controle pin6 causes the prescaler to divide by 65, and
a low level causes the prescaler to divide by 64. The output from the
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SP3000 VHF
prescaler is fed to the programmable divider included in the integrated
circuit U3. U3 controlles the modulus of the prescaler, and divides the
prescaler output with the programmable dividing figure. The total dividing
figure can be calculated as shown below.
Ntotal=A+64*N
The figures A and N are read into the programmable divider by means of
the microprocessor located on module 1. Besides the divider which
divides the prescaler output, a programmable reference divider is
included in U3. The reference divider divides the crystal oscillator
frequency by the dividing figure Nref. The dividing figure is read into the
divider by means of microprocessor located on module 1. U3 includes
also a phasedetector. The phasedetector compares the phase of the
signals coming from respectively the reference divider and the programmable divider. The output is present at pin15 and pin16 and is fed into
the loop filter. If the output frequency of the reference divider is less than
the output frequency of the programmable divider or if the phase of the
reference divider is leading, pin16 is pulsing low, while pin15 remains
essentially high. If the output frequency of the reference divider is less
than the output frequency of the programmable divider or if the phase of
reference divider is lagging, pin15 is pulsing low, while pin16 remains
essentially high. If the reference divider output is in phase with the
programmable divider output, both pin15 and pin16 remains high except
for a small minimum time period, where both are pulsed low in phase.
LOOP FILTER.
The loop filter prevents the reference frequency originated in the
phasedetector from getting through to the vco controle voltage, and
determines the closed loop performance of the PLL. The loop filter is built
up around operational amplifier U5. The integrated circuit U4 contains
four switches, which are switched ON in rx-mode and OFF in tx-mode.
By means of the switches the loop filter gain is increased in rx-mode and
decreased in tx-mode. This maintains the PLL closed loop performance
regardless of whether rx-mode or tx-mode is chosen. The purpose of the
diodes D2, D3 and D4 is to decrease the settling time of the PLL after
having been affected by a larger chance of the dividing figure Ntotal.
PAGE 5-22
9339
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
COMPONENT LOCATION DIVIDER & LOOP FILTER MODULE 3
Seen from primary side with primary side tracks.
Seen from primary side with secondary side tracks.
PCB rev. 26703B
9349
PAGE 5-23
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
COMPONENT LOCATION DIVIDER & LOOP FILTER MODULE 3
Seen from secondary side with secondary side tracks.
Seen from secondary side with primary side tracks.
PCB rev. 26703B
PAGE 5-24
9349
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
DIVIDER & LOOP FILTER MODULE 3
TL031CD
G
This diagram is valid for PCB rev. 26703B
9521
PAGE 5-25
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
5.4 IF FILTER MODULE (4)
This module contains the following main blocks.
1. IF1-filter and IF1 amplifier.
2. 2.mixer, IF2-filter & detector.
IF1-FILTER AND IF1-AMPLIFIER.
The filter FL1 is a 4-poled crystal filter with a bandwidth of app. 15kHz.
The filter ensures sufficient adjacent channel selectivity at a channel
spacing of 25kHz. The IF1 signal is led into the crystal filter from RX IF
in J5. After the crystal filter the signal is fed into an IF1 amplifier built up
around dual gate mosfet Q1. The amplifier ensures correct impedance
matching of the crystal filter and buffers the IF1 signal before entering
the 2.mixer.
2.MIXER, IF2-FILTER AND DETECTOR.
The integrated circuit U1 contains the 2.mixer and detector circuit.
The IF1 signal is fed to pin16 U1, where it is mixed with 2.localoscillator
signal thus creating IF2 signal. The localoscillator signal enters the
module at J10, and is fed to the amplifier, formed by Q2, and then led
on into 2.mixer at pin1 U1. The IF2 signal is led on to the IF2 filter FL2,
which is a ceramic filter. From there the IF2 signal is fed to the detector
circuit, consisting of limiter amplifier followed by the quadrature discriminator, where the phase shift network is formed by the ceramic
resonator XR1. The detected AF signal is fed to J6 through C12 and
FP1.
PAGE 5-26
9339
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
COMPONENT LOCATION IF FILTER MODULE 4
Seen from primary side with primary side tracks.
Seen from primary side with secondary side tracks.
PCB rev. 26704C
9349
PAGE 5-27
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
COMPONENT LOCATION IF FILTER MODULE 4
Seen from secondary side with secondary side tracks.
Seen from secondary side with primary side tracks.
PCB rev. 26704C
PAGE 5-28
9349
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
IF FILTER MODULE 4
This diagram is valid for PCB rev. 26704C
9706
PAGE 5-29
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
PAGE 5-30
SP3000 VHF
9706
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
COMPONENT LOCATION IF FILTER MODULE 4
Seen from primary side with primary side tracks.
Seen from primary side with secondary side tracks.
PCB rev. 26714A
9502
PAGE 5-31
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
COMPONENT LOCATION IF FILTER MODULE 4
Seen from secondary side with secondary side tracks.
Seen from secondary side with primary side tracks.
PCB rev. 26714A
PAGE 5-32
9502
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
IF FILTER MODULE 4
This diagram is valid for PCB rev. 26714A
9502
PAGE 5-33
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
PAGE 5-34
SP3000 VHF
9502
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
5.5 KEYBOARD MODULE (5)
The keyboard module includes the keyboard matrix, which is used for all
entries from the keyboard, ie. channel selection, Hi or Lo power mode,
squelch level etc. Besides the module include the LED-diodes for
keyboard illumination at night time. These diodes are activited using the
keyswitch LAMP at the interface module.
Furthermore the microphone pre-amplifier is included at the keyboard
module. The input to the pre-amplifier is delivered from an electret
transducer which is mounted in the equipment housing. The signal is fed
to Q1 which in accordance with resistors R7 and R5 forms the microphone pre-amplification.
9502
PAGE 5-35
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
PAGE 5-36
SP3000 VHF
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
COMPONENT LOCATION KEYBOARD MODULE 5
Seen from primary side with primary side tracks.
Seen from primary side with secondary side tracks.
PCB rev. 26705D
9726
PAGE 5-37
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
COMPONENT LOCATION KEYBOARD MODULE 5
Seen from secondary side with secondary side tracks.
Seen from secondary side with primary side tracks.
PCB rev. 26705D
PAGE 5-38
9726
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
KEYBOARD MODULE 5
This diagram is valid for PCB rev. 26705D
9502
PAGE 5-39
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
PAGE 5-40
SP3000 VHF
9502
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
5.6 ANTENNA SWITCH MODULE (6)
On the antenna switch module it is possible to switch the RF-signal
between the integral antenna, AERIAL, and the coaxial connector, EX.
AERIAL. This feature can be used in applications with a remote antenna,
ie. the Remote Operation Unit, ROU, or the SP3000 testbox. Using these
units it is possible to control relay RE1 connecting an external DC supply
to the center conductor of the coaxial connector at the antenna switch
module.
Furthermore a SUB-D 9 poled connector is included at the antenna
switch module. This connector reassures interconnection between the
interface module and external equipment. Besides the Remote Operation Unit and the SP3000 testbox, it is also possible to program the
SP3000 transceiver using a H1650 programming kit for SP3000 portable
transceivers.
9502
PAGE 5-41
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
COMPONENT LOCATION ANTENNA SWITCH MODULE 6
Seen from primary side with primary side tracks.
Seen from primary side with secondary side tracks.
PCB rev. 26706E
PAGE 5-42
9715
5 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
SP3000 VHF
ANTENNA SWITCH MODULE 6
0348
This diagram is valid for PCB rev. 26706E
PAGE 5-43
SP3000 VHF
CONTENTS
6
PARTS LIST
SP3000 VHF
6
PARTS LIST
PORTABLE VHF TRANSCEIVER SP3110 GMDSS
ECI A/S
SP3110
803110
POSITION DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
WASHER •10.2 x •4.1 x 1mm
PLATE FOR SUB-D CONNECTOR
AIR FILTER, ELEMENT
COVER FOR PLUG
EMERGENCY SIGN FOR SP3110
STAINLESS STEEL A4,SP3000
SP3xxx
SP3xxx
BLACK PLASTIC SP3000
ENGLISH
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
SANDER PLAST AS
HESTBECH
1-0-26738
1-0-26740
1-0-26804
0-3-26753 / PC943A
4-0-28466B
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
EMERGENCY SIGN FOR SP3110
EMERGENCY SIGN FOR SP3110
BELT CLIP FOR SP3XXX
PORTABLE VHF
PLASTIC HOUSING f. SP311x
GERMAN
DANISH
SP3XXX
BASE UNIT, 2W
HESTBECH
HESTBECH
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
4-0-28613
4-0-29595
0-0-26760
53.792
53.797
726760
726810
72681110
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
GASKET KIT SP3xxx
SCREW 4-40-UNC L=3.5mm
ALLEN SCREW M4x11mm
OPERATION MANUAL
OPERATION MANUAL
PAN HEAD STAINLESS STEEL
STAINLESS STEEL, NICKLED
SAILOR SP3110, GERMAN
SAILOR SP3110, DANISH
ECI A/S
S.E.CHRISTENSEN
HFC
HESTBECH
HESTBECH
0-0-29199
2-3-26818
2-3-26815D
729199
86.612
87.247
B3110D
B3110DK
SAILOR SP3110, ENGLISH
SP3210/11 ENGLISH
HESTBECH
ECI A/S
VARIOUS OPERATION MANUAL
VARIOUS MANUAL SP3110/11 AND
226738
226740
226804
48.626
53.791
B3110GB
M3110GB
PORTABLE VHF TRANSCEIVER SP3111 w. 55 INT.
ECI A/S SP3111
803111
POSITION DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
SANDER PLAST AS
HESTBECH
HESTBECH
1-0-26738
1-0-26740
1-0-26804
0-3-26753 / PC943A
4-0-28466B
4-0-28613
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
WASHER •10.2 x •4.1 x 1mm
PLATE FOR SUB-D CONNECTOR
AIR FILTER, ELEMENT
COVER FOR PLUG
EMERGENCY SIGN FOR SP3110
EMERGENCY SIGN FOR SP3110
STAINLESS STEEL A4,SP3000
SP3xxx
SP3xxx
BLACK PLASTIC SP3000
ENGLISH
GERMAN
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
EMERGENCY SIGN FOR SP3110
BELT CLIP FOR SP3XXX
PLASTIC HOUSING f. SP311x
PORTABLE VHF
SCREW 4-40-UNC L=3.5mm
DANISH
SP3XXX
HESTBECH
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
BASE UNIT, 5W
ECI A/S
PAN HEAD STAINLESS STEEL S.E.CHRISTENSEN
4-0-29595
0-0-26760
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
ALLEN SCREW M4x11mm
OPERATION MANUAL
OPERATION MANUAL
OPERATION MANUAL
MANUAL SP3110/11 AND
STAINLESS STEEL, NICKLED
SAILOR SP3110, GERMAN
SAILOR SP3110, DANISH
SAILOR SP3110, ENGLISH
SP3210/11 ENGLISH
HFC
HESTBECH
HESTBECH
HESTBECH
ECI A/S
2-3-26815D
87.247
B3110D
B3110DK
B3110GB
M3110GB
SAILOR SP3210
ECI A/S
SP3210
803210
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
SANDER PLAST AS
ECI A/S
1-0-26738
1-0-26740
1-0-26804
0-3-26753 / PC943A
0-0-26760
PORTABLE VHF TRANSCEIVER
POSITION DESCRIPTION
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
0348
WASHER •10.2 x •4.1 x 1mm
PLATE FOR SUB-D CONNECTOR
AIR FILTER, ELEMENT
COVER FOR PLUG
BELT CLIP FOR SP3XXX
STAINLESS STEEL A4,SP3000
SP3xxx
SP3xxx
BLACK PLASTIC SP3000
SP3XXX
226738
226740
226804
48.626
53.791
53.792
53.797
726760
72681110
726830
86.612
2-3-26818
226738
226740
226804
48.626
726760
PAGE 6-1
6 PARTSLIST
SP3000 VHF
POSITION DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
VARIOS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
ECI A/S
0-0-26760
ECI A/S
0-0-26812
2-3-26818
2-3-26815D
726760
726810
72681210
86.612
87.247
BELT CLIP FOR SP3XXX
SP3XXX
PORTABLE VHF
BASE UNIT, 2W
PLASTIC HOUSING f. SP321x
SCREW 4-40-UNC L=3.5mmPAN
ALLEN SCREW M4x11mmSTAINLESS STEEL
ECI A/S
S.E.CHRIST.
HFC
VARIOUS OPERATION MANUAL
VARIOUS MANUAL SP3110/11 AND
SAILOR SP3210 ENGLISH
SP3210/11 ENGLISH
HESTBECH
ECI A/S
PORTABLE VHF TRANSCEIVER
SP3211
ECI A/S
SP3211
803211
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
POSITION DESCRIPTION
B3210GB
M3110GB
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
WASHER •10.2 x •4.1 x 1mm
PLATE FOR SUB-D CONNECTOR
AIR FILTER, ELEMENT
COVER FOR PLUG
BELT CLIP FOR SP3XXX
STAINLESS STEEL A4,SP3000
SP3xxx
SP3xxx
BLACK PLASTIC SP3000
SP3XXX
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
SANDER PLAST AS
ECI A/S
1-0-26738
1-0-26740
1-0-26804
0-3-26753 / PC943A
0-0-26760
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
PLASTIC HOUSING f. SP321x
SCREW 4-40-UNC L=3.5mm
ALLEN SCREW M4x11mm
OPERATION MANUAL
MANUAL SP3110/11 AND
PAN HEAD STAINLESS STEEL
STAINLESS STEEL, NICKLED
SAILOR SP3210 ENGLISH
SP3210/11 ENGLISH
ECI A/S
S.E.CHRISTENSEN
HFC
HESTBECH
ECI A/S
0-0-26812
2-3-26818
2-3-26815D
BASE UNIT, 2W
ECI A/S
PORTABLE VHF
226738
226740
226804
48.626
726760
72681210
86.612
87.247
B3210GB
M3110GB
726810
POSITION DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
-1
-2
RF SHIELD, TOP
SP3xxx
ENGAGING PLATE
SP 3xxx
SCREW M2x4mmCOUNTERSUNK HEAD STAINLES
INTERFACE MODULE SP3000
2W VHF RF MODULE SP3000
MODULE (1)
MODULE (2)
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
HFC
HFC
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
1-0-26801C/2-3-26801
1-0-26820C
HFC 1875 M2x4 UHRX-A2
HFC 266 M2x5 PHJX-Z
5-0-26701H / 4-0-26701M
5-0-26702C / 4-0-26702L
226801
226820
86.031
88.375
62670
728712
-3
-4
-6
LS1
VHF DIV.& LOOP FILTER (3)
VHF/UHF IF MODULE SP3000
ANTENNA SWITCH
LOUDSPEAKER
MODULE (3) SP311x/SP321x
MODULE (4)
MODULE (6)
8 OHMS 1W •45mm
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
MAEKAWA
5-0-26703B / 4-0-26703F
5-0-26704C / 4-0-26704E
5-0-26706D / 4-0-26706B
SR-451R-A0827
626703
626704
626706
46.030
BASE UNIT, 5W
ECI A/S
PORTABLE VHF
PART NO.
726830
POSITION DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
-1
-2
-3
RF SHIELD, TOP
SP3xxx
ENGAGING PLATE
SP 3xxx
SCREW M2x4mmCOUNTERSUNK HEAD STAINLES
INTERFACE MODULE SP3000
MODULE (1)
5W VHF RF MODULE SP3000
MODULE (2)
VHF DIV.& LOOP FILTER (3)
MODULE (3) SP311x/SP321x
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
HFC
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
1-0-26801C/2-3-26801
1-0-26820C
HFC 1875 M2x4 UHRX-A2
5-0-26701H / 4-0-26701M
5-0-26702C / 4-0-26702L
5-0-26703B / 4-0-26703F
226801
226820
86.031
626701
728715
626703
-4
-6
LS1
VHF/UHF IF MODULE SP3000
ANTENNA SWITCH
LOUDSPEAKER
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
MAEKAWA
5-0-26704C / 4-0-26704E
5-0-26706D / 4-0-26706B
SR-451R-A0827
626704
626706
46.030
PAGE 6-2
MODULE (4)
MODULE (6)
8 OHMS 1W •45mm
PART NO.
0348
6 PARTSLIST
SP3000 VHF
POSITION DESCRIPTION
2W VHF RF MODULE SP3000
MANUFACTOR
MODULE (2)
POSITION DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
5-0-26702C / 4-0-26702L 728712
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
VARIOUS BATTERY TERMINAL+
VARIOUS SCREENING ASSY
VARIOUS INSULATING PIECE
SP3xxx
ECI A/S
METALLIZED PLASTIC SP3000 HENN. ANDERSEN
12x9.6x3.6mm
SANDER PLAST
226797
48.629
48.630
VARIOUS SCREW TAP-TITE
•1x5mm STEEL
1-0-26797D
0-3-26791C
0-3-26795A
PA6 20% MDF2
DALGAARD AGENTU S.P. 72.047
TAP-TITE M1x5 STEEL
72.047
VARIOUS
R128-2
RE2-2
U1-2
MODULE (2)
15R0 OHM 1% 0.6W
1ADC DPDT
Po= 5W, 144 - 175MHz
ECI A/S
PHILIPS
NEC
MITSUBISHI
626702
03.154
21.072
32.451
MODULE (2)
ECI A/S
VHF RF MODULE SP3000
RESISTOR MF
RELAY 6VDC
RF POWER MODULE
5W VHF RF MODULE SP3000
5-0-26702C / 4-0-26702L
2322 156 11509
EA2-6
M57732
5-0-26702C / 4-0-26702L 728715
POSITION DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTOR
VARIOUS BATTERY TERMINAL+
SP3xxx
VARIOUS SCREENING ASSY METALLIZED PLASTIC SP3000
VARIOUS SCREW TAP-TITE
•1x5mm STEEL
TYPE
PART NO.
226797
48.629
72.047
21.072
32.452
VHF RF MODULE SP3000
R128-2
RESISTOR MF
MODULE (2)
15R0 OHM 1% 0.6W
ECI A/S
1-0-26797D
H.ANDERSEN
0-3-26791C
DALGAARD
TAP-TITE M1x5 STEEL
ECI A/S
5-0-26702C / 4-0-26702L
PHILIPS
2322 156 11509
RE2-2
U1-2
1ADC DPDT
Po= 5W, VHF
NEC
MITSUBISHI
MODULE (1)
ECI A/S
RELAY 6VDC
RF POWER MODULE
INTERFACE MODULE SP3000
POSITION DESCRIPTION
0348
ECI A/S
TYPE
626702
03.154
EA2-6
M57785M
5-0-26701H / 4-0-26701M 626701
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
C1-1
C2-1
C3-1
C4-1
C5-1
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR TANTALUM 3528
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
2u2F 20% 16VDC
12nF 10% X7R 50VDC
6n8F 10% X7R 50VDC
MURATA
MURATA
ERO
MURATA
TDK
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
CB 225020 M E17
GRM40 X7R 123 K 50 PT
C2012 X7R 1H 682 K T NiBa
328.324
328.348
334.028
328.337
328.334
C6-1
C7-1
C8-1
C9-1
C10-1
CAPACITOR TANTALUM 3528
CAPACITOR TANTALUM 3528
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
2u2F 20% 16VDC
2u2F 20% 16VDC
100pF 5% NPO 50VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
ERO
ERO
TDK
MURATA
MURATA
CB 225020 M E17
CB 225020 M E17
C2012 COG 1H 101 J T NiBa
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
334.028
334.028
323.086
328.348
328.348
C11-1
C12-1
C13-1
C14-1
C15-1
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
220pF 5% NPO 50VDC
220pF 5% NPO 50VDC
15pF 5% NPO 50VDC
MURATA
MURATA
TDK
TDK
TDK
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
C2012 COG 1H 221 J T NiBa
C2012 COG 1H 221 J T NiBa
C2012 COG 1H 150 J T NiBa
328.348
328.348
323.090
323.090
323.076
C16-1
C17-1
C18-1
C19-1
C20-1
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR TANTALUM 3528
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
2u2F 20% 16VDC
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
ERO
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
CB 225020 M E17
328.336
328.348
328.348
328.336
334.028
C22-1
C23-1
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
MURATA
MURATA
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
328.336
328.348
PAGE 6-3
6 PARTSLIST
SP3000 VHF
POSITION DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
C24-1
C25-1
C26-1
C27-1
C28-1
CAPACITOR TANTALUM 3528
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR TANTALUM 3528
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR TANTALUM 3528
2u2F 20% 16VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
2u2F 20% 16VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
2u2F 20% 16VDC
ERO
MURATA
ERO
MURATA
ERO
CB 225020 M E17
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
CB 225020 M E17
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
CB 225020 M E17
334.028
328.336
334.028
328.348
334.028
C29-1
C30-1
C31-1
C32-1
C33-1
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR TANTALUM 3528
CAPACITOR TANTALUM 3528
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
15nF 10% X7R 50VDC
2u2F 20% 16VDC
2u2F 20% 16VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
MURATA
ERO
ERO
MURATA
MURATA
GRM40 X7R 153 K 50 PT
CB 225020 M E17
CB 225020 M E17
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
328.338
334.028
334.028
328.336
328.348
C34-1
C35-1
C36-1
C37-1
C38-1
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR TANTALUM 3528
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
2u2F 20% 16VDC
22pF 5% NP0 50VDC
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
ERO
TDK
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
CB 225020 M E17
C2012 COG 1H 220 J T NiBa
328.336
328.348
328.336
334.028
323.078
C39-1
C41-1
C42-1
C43-1
C44-1
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
22pF 5% NP0 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
TDK
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
C2012 COG 1H 220 J T NiBa
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
323.078
328.324
328.324
328.324
328.324
C45-1
C46-1
C47-1
C48-1
C49-1
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
328.324
328.324
328.324
328.324
328.324
C50-1
C51-1
C52-1
C53-1
C54-1
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
328.324
328.324
328.324
328.324
328.324
C56-1
C57-1
C58-1
C59-1
C60-1
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
328.324
328.324
328.324
328.324
328.324
C61-1
C62-1
C63-1
C64-1
C65-1
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
328.324
328.324
328.324
328.324
328.324
C67-1
C68-1
C69-1
C70-1
C71-1
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
328.348
328.348
328.336
328.324
328.324
C72-1
C73
D1-1
D3-1
D4-1
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
DIODE SMALL SIGNAL
DIODE SMALL SIGNAL
DIODE SMALL SIGNAL
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
2n2F 10% X7R 50VDC
SOD-80 BAS32L
SOD-80 BAS32L
SOD-80 BAS32L
MURATA
MURATA
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 222 K 50 PT
BAS32L
BAS32L
BAS32L
328.324
328.328
340.032
340.032
340.032
D5-1
D6-1
D7-1
D8-1
FP1-1
DUAL SWITCH DIODE
DIODE DUAL SCHOTTKY
DIODE LIGHT EMITTING
DIODE LIGHT EMITTING
EMI FERRITE BEAD
BAV99
BAT54S
HI.EFF. YELLOW •3mm
HI.EFF. YELLOW •3mm
2x1.25x0.9mm 0.2A
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
TFK
TFK
MURATA
BAV99
BAT54S 215
TLHY 4214 AS 12 Z ( 21Z )
TLHY 4214 AS 12 Z ( 21Z )
BLM 21 A 121 S PT
340.999
340.310
25.670
25.670
370.001
FP2-1
FP3-1
FP4-1
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
2x1.25x0.9mm 0.2A
2x1.25x0.9mm 0.2A
2x1.25x0.9mm 0.2A
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
BLM 21 A 121 S PT
BLM 21 A 121 S PT
BLM 21 A 121 S PT
370.001
370.001
370.001
PAGE 6-4
0348
6 PARTSLIST
SP3000 VHF
POSITION DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
FP5-1
FP6-1
FP7-1
FP8-1
FP9-1
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
2x1.25x0.9mm 0.2A
2x1.25x0.9mm 0.2A
2x1.25x0.9mm 0.2A
2x1.25x0.9mm 0.2A
3.2x1.6x1.6mm 0.2A
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
BLM 21 A 121 S PT
BLM 21 A 121 S PT
BLM 21 A 121 S PT
BLM 21 A 121 S PT
BLM 31 B 601 S PT
370.001
370.001
370.001
370.001
370.021
FP10-1
FP11-1
FP12-1
FP13-1
FP14-1
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
3.2x1.6x1.6mm
3.2x1.6x1.6mm
3.2x1.6x1.6mm
3.2x1.6x1.6mm
3.2x1.6x1.6mm
0.2A
0.2A
0.2A
0.2A
0.2A
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
BLM 31 B 601 S PT
BLM 31 B 601 S PT
BLM 31 B 601 S PT
BLM 31 B 601 S PT
BLM 31 B 601 S PT
370.021
370.021
370.021
370.021
370.021
FP15-1
FP16-1
FP17-1
FP18-1
FP19-1
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
3.2x1.6x1.6mm 0.2A
3.2x1.6x1.6mm 0.2A
3.2x1.6x1.6mm 0.2A
3.2x1.6x1.6mm 0.2A
2x1.25x0.9mm 0.2A
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
BLM 31 B 601 S PT
BLM 31 B 601 S PT
BLM 31 B 601 S PT
BLM 31 B 601 S PT
BLM 21 A 121 S PT
370.021
370.021
370.021
370.021
370.001
FP20-1
FP21-1
FP22-1
FP24-1
FP25-1
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
2x1.25x0.9mm 0.2A
3.2x1.6x1.6mm 0.2A
2x1.25x0.9mm 0.2A
2x1.25x0.9mm 0.2A
2x1.25x0.9mm 0.2A
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
BLM 21 A 121 S PT
BLM 31 B 601 S PT
BLM 21 A 121 S PT
BLM 21 A 121 S PT
BLM 21 A 121 S PT
370.001
370.021
370.001
370.001
370.001
FP27-1
FP28-1
FP29-1
FP30-1
J1-1
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
SOCKET 8 POLES
2x1.25x0.9mm 0.2A
3.2x1.6x1.6mm 0.2A
3.2x1.6x1.6mm 0.2A
2x1.25x0.9mm 0.2A
1/20" SIL PCB VERSION
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
AMP
BLM 21 A 121 S PT
BLM 31 B 601 S PT
BLM 31 B 601 S PT
BLM 21 A 121 S PT
3-175636-8
370.001
370.021
370.021
370.001
376.028
J2-1
J3-1
J4-1
J13-1
J14-1
SOCKET 8 POLES
SOCKET 8 POLES
SOCKET 8 POLES
SOCKET 2x6 POLES
MULTI SOCKET 15 POLES
1/20" SIL PCB VERSION
1/20" SIL PCB VERSION
1/20" SIL PCB VERSION
1/20" PCB VERSION
PITCH=2mm PCB VERSION
AMP
AMP
AMP
AMP
MOLEX
3-175636-8
3-175636-8
3-175636-8
4-175639-2
5513-15APB
376.028
376.028
376.028
376.004
78.915
L1-1
L2-1
L3-1
P4-1
P18-1
CHOKE FIXED 1210
CHOKE FIXED 1210
CHOKE FIXED 1210
PLUG 10 POLES
PLUG 2 POLES
2u2H 20%
2u2H 20%
2u2H 20%
1/20" SIL PCB VERSION
VERTICAL PCB VERSION
SIEMENS
SIEMENS
SIEMENS
AMP
JST
B82412-A1222-M
B82412-A1222-M
B82412-A1222-M
4-175642-0
B2B-ZR
337.128
337.128
337.128
375.030
78.448
Q1-1
Q3-1
Q4-1
Q5-1
Q6-1
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
NPN, BC858B
NPN, BC848B
NPN, BC848B
NPN, BC848B
NPN, BC858B
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
BC858BT1 (T3)
BC848BLT1 (T3)
BC848BLT1 (T3)
BC848BLT1 (T3)
BC858BT1 (T3)
345.058
345.048
345.048
345.048
345.058
Q7-1
Q8-1
Q9-1
Q10-1
Q11-1
TRANSISTOR AF NPN SOT-89
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
BC868-25 / BCX68-25
NPN, BC858B
NPN, BC848B
NPN, BC848B
NPN, BC848B
PHILIPS
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
BC868-25
BC858BT1 (T3)
BC848BLT1 (T3)
BC848BLT1 (T3)
BC848BLT1 (T3)
345.305
345.058
345.048
345.048
345.048
Q12-1
Q13-1
Q14-1
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
TRANSISTOR PNP
NPN, BC848B
NPN, BC848B
BCP52-16 1.5W
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
PHILIPS
345.048
345.048
346.352
Q15-1
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
NPN, BC848B
MOTOROLA
BC848BLT1 (T3)
BC848BLT1 (T3)
BCP52-16 TAPE&REEL
9339 173 20115
BC848BLT1 (T3)
R1-1
R2-1
R3-1
R4-1
R5-1
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
47 OHM 5% 0.1W
10k OHM 5% 0.1W
10k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 47R
MCR 10 EZH J 103
MCR 10 EZH J 103
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 104
302.032
302.060
302.060
302.072
302.072
R6-1
R7-1
R8-1
R9-1
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
4k7 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 472
302.072
302.072
302.072
302.056
0348
345.048
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SP3000 VHF
POSITION DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
R11-1
R12-1
R13-1
R14-1
R15-1
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
150k OHM 5% 0.1W
56k OHM 5% 0.1W
27k OHM 5% 0.1W
15k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 154
MCR 10 EZH J 563
MCR 10 EZH J 273
MCR 10 EZH J 153
MCR 10 EZH J 104
302.074
302.069
302.065
302.062
302.072
R16-1
R17-1
R18-1
R19-1
R20-1
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
3k9 OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
6k8 OHM 5% 0.1W
150k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 392
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 682
MCR 10 EZH J 154
MCR 10 EZH J 104
302.055
302.072
302.058
302.074
302.072
R21-1
R23-1
R24-1
R25-1
R26-1
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
2k7 OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 272
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 104
302.053
302.072
302.072
302.072
302.072
R27-1
R28-1
R29-1
R30-1
R31-1
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
1M0 OHM 5% 0.1W
3k3 OHM 5% 0.1W
33k OHM 5% 0.1W
330k OHM 5% 0.1W
10k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 105
MCR 10 EZH J 332
MCR 10 EZH J 333
MCR 10 EZH J 334
MCR 10 EZH J 103
302.084
302.054
302.066
302.078
302.060
R32-1
R33-1
R34-1
R35-1
R36-1
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
1k5 OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
1M0 OHM 5% 0.1W
4k7 OHM 5% 0.1W
6k8 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 152
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 105
MCR 10 EZH J 472
MCR 10 EZH J 682
302.050
302.072
302.084
302.056
302.058
R37-1
R38-1
R39-1
R40-1
R41-1
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
2R2 OHM 5% 0.1W
4k7 OHM 5% 0.1W
6k8 OHM 5% 0.1W
2k7 OHM 5% 0.1W
3k9 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 2R2
MCR 10 EZH J 472
MCR 10 EZH J 682
MCR 10 EZH J 272
MCR 10 EZH J 392
302.016
302.056
302.058
302.053
302.055
R42-1
R43-1
R44-1
R45-1
R46-1
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
6k8 OHM 5% 0.1W
10k OHM 5% 0.1W
10k OHM 5% 0.1W
1M0 OHM 5% 0.1W
82k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 682
MCR 10 EZH J 103
MCR 10 EZH J 103
MCR 10 EZH J 105
MCR 10 EZH J 823
302.058
302.060
302.060
302.084
302.071
R47-1
R48-1
R49-1
R50-1
R52-1
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
1k0 OHM 5% 0.1W
27 OHM 5% 0.1W
4k7 OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
1M0 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 102
MCR 10 EZH J 27R
MCR 10 EZH J 472
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 105
302.048
302.029
302.056
302.072
302.084
R53-1
R54-1
R55-1
R56-1
R57-1
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
56k OHM 5% 0.1W
220k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 563
MCR 10 EZH J 224
302.072
302.072
302.072
302.069
302.076
R58-1
R59-1
R60-1
R61-1
R62-1
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
47 OHM 5% 0.1W
47 OHM 5% 0.1W
47 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 47R
MCR 10 EZH J 47R
MCR 10 EZH J 47R
302.072
302.072
302.032
302.032
302.032
R63-1
R64-1
R65-1
R66-1
R67-1
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
4k7 OHM 5% 0.1W
2k7 OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
1M0 OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 472
MCR 10 EZH J 272
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 105
MCR 10 EZH J 104
302.056
302.053
302.072
302.084
302.072
R68-1
R69-1
R70-1
R71-1
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
220 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 221
302.072
302.072
302.072
302.040
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6 PARTSLIST
SP3000 VHF
POSITION DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
R72-1
R73-1
R74-1
R75-1
R76-1
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 104
302.072
302.072
302.072
302.072
302.072
R77-1
R78-1
R79-1
R80-1
R81-1
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 104
302.072
302.072
302.072
302.072
302.072
R82-1
R84-1
R85-1
R86-1
R87-1
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
10k OHM 5% 0.1W
10k OHM 5% 0.1W
1k0 OHM 5% 0.1W
2k2 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 103
MCR 10 EZH J 103
MCR 10 EZH J 102
MCR 10 EZH J 222
302.072
302.060
302.060
302.048
302.052
R92-1
S1-1
S2-1
S3-1
S4-1
RESISTOR SMD 0805
KEYSWITCH SPST 6.2x6.2mm
KEYSWITCH SPST 6.2x6.2mm
KEYSWITCH SPST 6.2x6.2mm
KEYSWITCH SPST 6.2x6.2mm
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
50V/10mA,FA=3.5N,KSC243GB ITT
50V/10mA,FA=3.5N,KSC243GB ITT
50V/10mA,FA=3.5N,KSC243GB ITT
50V/10mA,FA=3.5N,KSC243GB ITT
MCR 10 EZH J 104
KSC243GB
KSC243GB
KSC243GB
KSC243GB
302.072
373.010
373.010
373.010
373.010
S5-1
U1-1
U2-1
U3-1
U4-1
ROTARY SWITCH SP
DUAL COMPARATOR HI.PREC.
EEPROM 4k BIT SERIAL
8-BIT SHIFT REG. W.LATCH
ASIC AF 4419
ON-OFF-ON
LM393/LM393A
XL93LC66/NM93C66
74HC595
COPAL
NATIONAL
NATIONAL
MOTOROLA
AMS
CS-4-12YTA
LM393MX/LM393AM
NM 93C66 M8 (EM8)
MC74HC595D R2
ASIC 4419 QFP
373.100
350.550
356.321
355.296
356.405
U5-1
U6-1
U7-1
U8-1
DISPLAY LCD
160-DOT LCD DRIVER
AF POWER AMPLIFIER
8-BIT MICROCONTROLLER
SP3000A
MSM5265GS
DIL 8 1W BTL.
SP3xxx
SP-C1115F
TSD CO. LTD.
OKI
PHILIPS
TOSHIBA
SLC-80030-1/C1
MSM5265GS-K
TDA7052
TMP68HC11E9T 2177
SP-C1115F / 2177
342.500
356.600
31.432
356.450
U9-1
X1-1
VOLTAGE REG. ADJUSTABLE
CRYSTAL
Io=0.1A, LP2951C
8.000MHz HC-49/U
NATIONAL
NDK
350.050
39.771
X1-1
INSULATOR SILICONE RUBBER
7.6x3.0x0.5mm
NDK
LP2951CM (LP2951ACM)
LN-P-0002
Cload = 16pF
NKS-4875
MODULE (2)
ECI A/S
VHF RF MODULE SP3000
POSITION DESCRIPTION
48.720
5-0-26702C / 4-0-26702L 626702
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
C1-2
C2-2
C3-2
C4-2
C5-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR TANTALUM 3216
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1u5F 20% 16VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
MURATA
MURATA
ERO
MURATA
MURATA
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
CA 155016 M E17
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
328.336
328.324
334.007
328.324
328.336
C6-2
C7-2
C8-2
C9-2
CAPACITOR TANTALUM 3216
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 1206
1u5F 20% 16VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
220nF 10% X7R 16VDC
ERO
MURATA
MURATA
ROHM
CA 155016 M E17
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
MCH31 2 C 224 K P(K)
(MCH31 3 C 224 K K)
334.007
328.324
328.336
328.689
C10-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 1206
220nF 10% X7R 16VDC
ROHM
328.689
C11-2
C12-2
C17-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 1206
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
1u0F -20/80% Y5V 16VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MCH31 2 C 224 K P(K)
(MCH31 3 C 224 K K)
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
GRM42-6 Y5V 105 Z 16 PT10
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
C19-2
C20-2
C21-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
1p0F +/-0.25pF NP0 50VDC
27pF 5% NPO 50VDC
27pF 5% NPO 50VDC
TDK
TDK
TDK
C2012 COG 1H 010 C T NiBa 323.062
C2012 COG 1H 270 J T 000A 323.079
C2012 COG 1H 270 J T 000A 323.079
0348
328.336
328.806
328.336
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6 PARTSLIST
SP3000 VHF
POSITION DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
C22-2
C23-2
C24-2
C25-2
C26-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
1p0F +/-0.25pF NP0 50VDC
100pF 5% NPO 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
1p8F +/-0.25pF NP0 50VDC
TDK
TDK
MURATA
MURATA
TDK
C2012 COG 1H 010 C T NiBa 323.062
C2012 COG 1H 101 J T NiBa 323.086
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
328.324
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
328.336
C2012 COG 1H 1R8 C T 000A 323.065
C27-2
C28-2
C29-2
C30-2
C31-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
4p7F +/-0.25pF NPO 50VDC
18pF 5% NPO 50VDC
33pF 5% NPO 50VDC
18pF 5% NPO 50VDC
18pF 5% NPO 50VDC
TDK
TDK
TDK
TDK
TDK
C2012 COG 1H 4R7 C T NiBa
C2012 COG 1H 180 J T NiBa
C2012 COG 1H 330 J T 000A
C2012 COG 1H 180 J T NiBa
C2012 COG 1H 180 J T NiBa
323.070
323.077
323.080
323.077
323.077
C32-2
C33-2
C34-2
C35-2
C36-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
5p6F +/-0.25pF N150 50VDC
15pF 5% NPO 50VDC
1p5F +/-0.25pF NPO 50VDC
15pF 5% NPO 50VDC
p47F +/-0.25pF NPO 50VDC
MURATA
TDK
TDK
TDK
MURATA
GRM40 P2H 5R6 C 50 PT
C2012 COG 1H 150 J T NiBa
C2012 COG 1H 1R5 C T NiBa
C2012 COG 1H 150 J T NiBa
GRM40 COG R47 C 50 PT
323.471
323.076
323.064
323.076
323.058
C37-2
C38-2
C39-2
C40-2
C41-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
12pF 5% NP0 50VDC
3p9F +/-0.25pF NPO 50VDC
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
TDK
TDK
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
C2012 COG 1H 120 J T NiBa
C2012 COG 1H 3R9 C T NiBa
328.324
328.324
328.324
323.075
323.069
C42-2
C43-2
C44-2
C45-2
C46-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
15pF 5% NPO 50VDC
1p0F +/-0.25pF NP0 50VDC
15pF 5% NPO 50VDC
p82F +/-0.25pF NPO 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
TDK
TDK
TDK
MURATA
MURATA
C2012 COG 1H 150 J T NiBa
C2012 COG 1H 010 C T NiBa
C2012 COG 1H 150 J T NiBa
GRM40 COG R82 C 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
323.076
323.062
323.076
323.061
328.336
C47-2
C48-2
C49-2
C50-2
C51-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
1p8F +/-0.25pF NP0 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
10pF 5% NPO 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
TDK
MURATA
MURATA
TDK
MURATA
C2012 COG 1H 1R8 C T 000A 323.065
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
328.336
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
328.324
C2012 COG 1H 100 D T NiBa 323.074
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
328.336
C52-2
C53-2
C54-2
C55-2
C56-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
82pF 5% NPO 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
TDK
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
C2012 COG 1H 820 J T NiBa
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
323.085
328.324
328.348
328.348
328.336
C57-2
C58-2
C59-2
C60-2
C61-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR TANTALUM 3216
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
1u5F 20% 16VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
ERO
MURATA
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
CA 155016 M E17
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
328.336
328.336
328.348
334.007
328.348
C62-2
C63-2
C64-2
C65-2
C66-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
100pF 5% NPO 50VDC
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
TDK
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
C2012 COG 1H 101 J T NiBa
328.348
328.348
328.348
328.348
323.086
C67-2
C68-2
C69-2
C70-2
C71-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
33nF 10% X7R 16VDC
33nF 10% X7R 16VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
56pF 5% NPO 50VDC
27pF 5% NPO 50VDC
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
TDK
TDK
GRM40 X7R 333 K 16 PT
GRM40 X7R 333 K 16 PT
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
C2012 COG 1H 560 J T NiBa
C2012 COG 1H 270 J T 000A
328.387
328.387
328.336
323.083
323.079
C72-2
C73-2
C74-2
C75-2
C76-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR TRIMMER SMD
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
100pF 5% NPO 50VDC
3p3F +/-0.25pF NPO 50VDC
4.5-20pF N750
15pF 5% NPO 50VDC
47pF 5% NPO 50VDC
TDK
TDK
MURATA
TDK
TDK
C2012 COG 1H 101 J T NiBa
C2012 COG 1H 3R3 C T NiBa
TZB04R200BA
C2012 COG 1H 150 J T NiBa
C2012 COG 1H 470 J T NiBa
323.086
323.068
335.011
323.076
323.082
C77-2
C78-2
C79-2
C80-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
15pF 5% NPO 50VDC
47pF 5% NPO 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
TDK
TDK
MURATA
MURATA
C2012 COG 1H 150 J T NiBa
C2012 COG 1H 470 J T NiBa
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
323.076
323.082
328.324
328.336
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SP3000 VHF
POSITION DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
C81-2
C82-2
C83-2
C84-2
C85-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR TRIMMER SMD
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
27pF 5% NPO 50VDC
18pF 5% NPO 50VDC
4.5-20pF N750
10pF 5% NPO 50VDC
MURATA
TDK
TDK
MURATA
TDK
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
C2012 COG 1H 270 J T 000A
C2012 COG 1H 180 J T NiBa
TZB04R200BA
C2012 COG 1H 100 D T NiBa
328.324
323.079
323.077
335.011
323.074
C86-2
C87-2
C88-2
C89-2
C90-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
33pF 5% NPO 50VDC
12pF 5% NP0 50VDC
47pF 5% NPO 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
TDK
TDK
TDK
MURATA
MURATA
C2012 COG 1H 330 J T 000A
C2012 COG 1H 120 J T NiBa
C2012 COG 1H 470 J T NiBa
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
323.080
323.075
323.082
328.324
328.336
C91-2
C92-2
C93-2
C94-2
C95-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
328.324
328.324
328.336
328.324
328.324
C96-2
C97-2
C98-2
C99-2
C100-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
10pF 5% NPO 50VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
TDK
MURATA
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
C2012 COG 1H 100 D T NiBa
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
328.324
328.324
328.324
323.074
328.348
C101-2
C102-2
C103-2
C104-2
C105-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
15pF 5% NPO 50VDC
39pF 5% NPO 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
MURATA
MURATA
TDK
MURATA
MURATA
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
C2012 COG 1H 150 J T NiBa
GRM40 COG 390 J 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
328.324
328.324
323.076
323.081
328.324
C106-2
C107-2
C108-2
C109-2
C110-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
4p7F +/-0.25pF NPO 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
TDK
MURATA
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
C2012 COG 1H 4R7 C T NiBa
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
328.324
328.324
328.324
323.070
328.324
C111-2
C112-2
C113-2
C114-2
C115-2
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
1p0F +/-0.25pF NP0 50VDC
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
TDK
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
C2012 COG 1H 010 C T NiBa
328.336
328.348
328.348
328.324
323.062
D1-2
D2-2
D3-2
D4-2
D5-2
TRANSIENT SUPPRESSOR
DIODE BAND SWITCHING
DIODE BAND SWITCHING
DIODE SMALL SIGNAL
DIODE CAPACITANCE
12V 5%
BA582/BA782 SOD-123
BA582/BA782 SOD-123
SOD-80 BAS32L
BB215 2p0F/28VDC SOD80
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
1SMB12A-T3
BA582T1
BA582T1
BAS32L
BB215
341.510
340.650
340.650
340.032
340.615
D6-2
D7-2
D8-2
D9-2
DIODE CAPACITANCE
DIODE CAPACITANCE
DIODE CAPACITANCE
DIODE DUAL SCHOTTKY
BB215 2p0F/28VDC SOD80
BB215 2p0F/28VDC SOD80
BB215 2p0F/28VDC SOD80
BAT54S
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
340.615
340.615
340.615
340.310
D10-2
DIODE DUAL SCHOTTKY
BAT54S
PHILIPS
BB215
BB215
BB215
BAT54S 215
ID: L44
BAT54S 215
340.640
340.640
340.640
340.650
340.310
D11-2
D12-2
D13-2
D14-2
DIODE CAPACITANCE
DIODE CAPACITANCE
DIODE CAPACITANCE
DIODE BAND SWITCHING
BBY40 4p3F/28VDC
BBY40 4p3F/28VDC
BBY40 4p3F/28VDC
BA582/BA782 SOD-123
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
MOTOROLA
ID: L44
BBY40
BBY40
BBY40
BA582T1
D15-2
D16-2
D17-2
D18-2
D19-2
DIODE BAND SWITCHING
DIODE BAND SWITCHING
DIODE BAND SWITCHING
DIODE ZENER
DIODE SMALL SIGNAL
BA582/BA782 SOD-123
BA582/BA782 SOD-123
BA582/BA782 SOD-123
4V7 V 5% 1/4W SOT-23
SOD-80 BAS32L
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
PHILIPS
BA582T1
BA582T1
BA582T1
BZX84 C4V7 L T1
BAS32L
340.650
340.650
340.650
340.507
340.032
F1-2
FP1-2
FP2-2
FUSE 3A5 FF
EMI FERRITE BEAD
EMI FERRITE BEAD
290x140 MILS
3.2x1.6x1.6mm 0.2A
2x1.25x0.9mm 0.2A
SHURTER
MURATA
MURATA
3402.0015.24
BLM 31 A 601 S PT
BLM 21 A 121 S PT
374.015
370.022
370.001
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SP3000 VHF
POSITION DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
J14-2
L2-2
L3-2
L4-2
L5-2
SOCKET COAXIAL
COIL
COIL
COIL
COIL
PCB VERSION TYPE MMS
TL553
TL553
TL552
TL554
RADIALL
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
R 209 408 302 (052)
6-0-26593A
6-0-26593A
6-0-26592A
6-0-26594A
376.510
400553
400553
400552
400554
L6-2
L7-2
L8-2
L9-2
L10-2
COIL
COIL
COIL
CHOKE FIXED
CHOKE FIXED 1210
TL554
TL554
TL554
1u0H 5%
2u2H 20%
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
ECI A/S
COILCRAFT
SIEMENS
6-0-26594A
6-0-26594A
6-0-26594A
1008CS-102-XJBC
B82412-A1222-M
400554
400554
400554
337.274
337.128
L11-2
L12-2
L13-2
L14-2
L15-2
SPRING INDUCTOR
CHOKE FIXED 1210
CHOKE FIXED 1210
SPRING INDUCTOR
CHOKE FIXED 1210
43nH 5% •0.12x0.27"
2u2H 20%
2u2H 20%
35n5H 5% •3x7mm
2u2H 20%
COILCRAFT
SIEMENS
SIEMENS
COILCRAFT
SIEMENS
B10T
B82412-A1222-M
B82412-A1222-M
B09T TAPE&REEL
B82412-A1222-M
337.410
337.128
337.128
337.409
337.128
L16-2
L17-2
L18-2
L19-2
L20-2
CHOKE FIXED 1210
CHOKE FIXED 1210
CHOKE FIXED 1210
CHOKE FIXED 1210
CHOKE FIXED 1210
2u2H 20%
47nH 5%
2u2H 20%
68nH 5%
2u2H 20%
SIEMENS
SIEMENS
SIEMENS
SIEMENS
SIEMENS
B82412-A1222-M
B82412-A3470-J
B82412-A1222-M
B82412-A3680-J
B82412-A1222-M
337.128
337.158
337.128
337.160
337.128
L21-2
P1-2
P2-2
P3-2
P4-2
CHOKE FIXED 1210
PLUG 8 POLES
PLUG 8 POLES
PLUG 8 POLES
PLUG 8 POLES
47nH 5%
1/20" SIL PCB VERSION
1/20" SIL PCB VERSION
1/20" SIL PCB VERSION
1/20" SIL PCB VERSION
SIEMENS
AMP
AMP
AMP
AMP
B82412-A3470-J
6-175642-8
6-175642-8
6-175642-8
6-175642-8
337.158
375.029
375.029
375.029
375.029
P5-2
P6-2
P7-2
P8-2
Q1-2
PLUG 8 POLES
PLUG 6 POLES
PLUG 4 POLES
PLUG 6 POLES
MOSFET POWER, P-CHANNEL
1/20" SIL PCB VERSION
1/20" SIL PCB VERSION
1/20" SIL PCB VERSION
1/20" SIL PCB VERSION
IRFR9020
ME8P06
AMP
AMP
AMP
AMP
IR
3-175642-8
3-175642-6
3-175642-4
3-175642-6
IRFR9020-TR
375.028
375.026
375.024
375.026
347.820
Q2-2
Q3-2
Q4-2
Q5-2
Q6-2
TRANSISTOR MED.POW. PNP
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
TRANSISTOR MED.POW. PNP
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
DUAL GATE MOS-FET N-CHANN
SOT-89,BC869-25/BCX69-25
NPN, BC858B
SOT-89,BC869-25/BCX69-25
NPN, BC858B
BF996S
PHILIPS
MOTOROLA
PHILIPS
MOTOROLA
PHILIPS
BC869-25
BC858BT1 (T3)
BC869-25
BC858BT1 (T3)
BF996S-215
346.305
345.058
346.305
345.058
347.096
Q7-2
Q8-2
Q9-2
Q10-2
Q11-2
DUAL GATE MOS-FET N-CHANN
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
BF996S
NPN, BC858B
NPN, BC848B
NPN, BC858B
NPN, BC858B
PHILIPS
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
BF996S-215
BC858BT1 (T3)
BC848BLT1 (T3)
BC858BT1 (T3)
BC858BT1 (T3)
347.096
345.058
345.048
345.058
345.058
Q12-2
Q13-2
Q14-2
Q15-2
Q16-2
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
TRANSISTOR RF NPN
TRANSISTOR RF NPN
NPN, BC858B
NPN, BC848B
NPN, BC848B
MMBR951
MMBR951
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
BC858BT1 (T3)
BC848BLT1 (T3)
BC848BLT1 (T3)
MMBR951LT1
MMBR951LT1
345.058
345.048
345.048
345.531
345.531
Q17-2
Q18-2
Q19-2
Q20-2
Q21-2
TRANSISTOR RF NPN
TRANSISTOR RF NPN
TRANSISTOR RF NPN
TRANSISTOR RF NPN
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
BFR92A
BFR92A
SOT-89
BFQ17
BFR92A
NPN, BC848B
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
MOTOROLA
BFR92A
BFR92A
BFQ17
BFR92A
BC848BLT1 (T3)
345.530
345.530
345.717
345.530
345.048
Q22-2
Q23-2
Q24-2
R1-2
R2-2
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
TRANS. DARLINGTON PNP
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
NPN, BC848B
NPN, BC848B
SOT89
BCV28
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
1k0 OHM 5% 0.1W
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
PHILIPS
ROHM
ROHM
BC848BLT1 (T3)
BC848BLT1 (T3)
BCV28
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 102
345.048
345.048
346.427
302.072
302.048
R3-2
R4-2
R5-2
R6-2
RESISTOR SMD 1206
RESISTOR SMD 1206
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
2R2 OHM 5% 0.25W
2R2 OHM 5% 0.25W
10k OHM 5% 0.1W
1k0 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 18 EZH(JZO) J 2R2
MCR 18 EZH(JZO) J 2R2
MCR 10 EZH J 103
MCR 10 EZH J 102
303.016
303.016
302.060
302.048
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SP3000 VHF
POSITION DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
R7-2
R8-2
R9-2
R10-2
R11-2
RESISTOR SMD 1206
RESISTOR SMD 1206
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 1206
RESISTOR SMD 0805
2R2 OHM 5% 0.25W
2R2 OHM 5% 0.25W
10k OHM 5% 0.1W
390R OHM 5% 0.25W
3k9 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 18 EZH(JZO) J 2R2
MCR 18 EZH(JZO) J 2R2
MCR 10 EZH J 103
MCR 18 JZO J 391
MCR 10 EZH J 392
303.016
303.016
302.060
303.043
302.055
R14-2
R15-2
R16-2
R21-2
R24-2
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 1206
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR NTC 1206
10k OHM 5% 0.1W
10k OHM 5% 0.1W
390R OHM 5% 0.25W
10k OHM 5% 0.1W
47k OHM 10% 0.5W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
SIEMENS
MCR 10 EZH J 103
MCR 10 EZH J 103
MCR 18 JZO J 391
MCR 10 EZH J 103
B57621-C473-K62
302.060
302.060
303.043
302.060
310.708
R30-2
R32-2
R33-2
R34-2
R35-2
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
47k OHM 5% 0.1W
47k OHM 5% 0.1W
47k OHM 5% 0.1W
47k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 473
MCR 10 EZH J 473
MCR 10 EZH J 473
MCR 10 EZH J 473
MCR 10 EZH J 104
302.068
302.068
302.068
302.068
302.072
R36-2
R37-2
R38-2
R39-2
R40-2
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 1206
RESISTOR SMD 1206
180k OHM 5% 0.1W
220 OHM 5% 0.1W
330 OHM 5% 0.1W
100 OHM 5% 0.25W
100 OHM 5% 0.25W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 184
MCR 10 EZH J 221
MCR 10 EZH J 331
MCR 18 JZO J 101
MCR 18 JZO J 101
302.075
302.040
302.042
303.036
303.036
R41-2
R42-2
R44-2
R45-2
R46-2
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
47k OHM 5% 0.1W
47k OHM 5% 0.1W
470k OHM 5% 0.1W
6k8 OHM 5% 0.1W
150 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 473
MCR 10 EZH J 473
MCR 10 EZH J 474
MCR 10 EZH J 682
MCR 10 EZH J 151
302.068
302.068
302.080
302.058
302.038
R47-2
R48-2
R49-2
R50-2
R51-2
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
12k OHM 5% 0.1W
120 OHM 5% 0.1W
47k OHM 5% 0.1W
47k OHM 5% 0.1W
47k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 123
MCR 10 EZH J 121
MCR 10 EZH J 473
MCR 10 EZH J 473
MCR 10 EZH J 473
302.061
302.037
302.068
302.068
302.068
R52-2
R53-2
R54-2
R55-2
R56-2
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
47k OHM 5% 0.1W
12k OHM 5% 0.1W
10 OHM 5% 0.1W
2k7 OHM 5% 0.1W
2k7 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 473
MCR 10 EZH J 123
MCR 10 EZH J 10R
MCR 10 EZH J 272
MCR 10 EZH J 272
302.068
302.061
302.024
302.053
302.053
R57-2
R58-2
R59-2
R60-2
R61-2
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
10k OHM 5% 0.1W
27k OHM 5% 0.1W
6k8 OHM 5% 0.1W
12k OHM 5% 0.1W
22k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 103
MCR 10 EZH J 273
MCR 10 EZH J 682
MCR 10 EZH J 123
MCR 10 EZH J 223
302.060
302.065
302.058
302.061
302.064
R62-2
R63-2
R64-2
R65-2
R66-2
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
PRESET SEALED
RESISTOR SMD 0805
120 OHM 5% 0.1W
47k OHM 5% 0.1W
47k OHM 5% 0.1W
20k OHM 25% 0.1W
3k9 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
BOURNS
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 121
MCR 10 EZH J 473
MCR 10 EZH J 473
3374X-1-203-E
MCR 10 EZH J 392
302.037
302.068
302.068
310.425
302.055
R67-2
R68-2
R69-2
R70-2
R71-2
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
47k OHM 5% 0.1W
120 OHM 5% 0.1W
56k OHM 5% 0.1W
47k OHM 5% 0.1W
220k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 473
MCR 10 EZH J 121
MCR 10 EZH J 563
MCR 10 EZH J 473
MCR 10 EZH J 224
302.068
302.037
302.069
302.068
302.076
R72-2
R73-2
R74-2
R75-2
R76-2
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
8k2 OHM 5% 0.1W
18k OHM 5% 0.1W
120 OHM 5% 0.1W
470 OHM 5% 0.1W
2k7 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 822
MCR 10 EZH J 183
MCR 10 EZH J 121
MCR 10 EZH J 471
MCR 10 EZH J 272
302.059
302.063
302.037
302.044
302.053
R77-2
R78-2
R79-2
R80-2
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
120 OHM 5% 0.1W
8k2 OHM 5% 0.1W
470 OHM 5% 0.1W
18k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 121
MCR 10 EZH J 822
MCR 10 EZH J 471
MCR 10 EZH J 183
302.037
302.059
302.044
302.063
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SP3000 VHF
POSITION DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
R81-2
R82-2
R83-2
R84-2
R85-2
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
120 OHM 5% 0.1W
8k2 OHM 5% 0.1W
5k6 OHM 5% 0.1W
390 OHM 5% 0.1W
120 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 121
MCR 10 EZH J 822
MCR 10 EZH J 562
MCR 10 EZH J 391
MCR 10 EZH J 121
302.037
302.059
302.057
302.043
302.037
R86-2
R87-2
R88-2
R89-2
R90-2
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
120 OHM 5% 0.1W
47 OHM 5% 0.1W
47 OHM 5% 0.1W
1k2 OHM 5% 0.1W
1k2 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 121
MCR 10 EZH J 47R
MCR 10 EZH J 47R
MCR 10 EZH J 122
MCR 10 EZH J 122
302.037
302.032
302.032
302.049
302.049
R91-2
R92-2
R93-2
R94-2
R95-2
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
820 OHM 5% 0.1W
220 OHM 5% 0.1W
10 OHM 5% 0.1W
150 OHM 5% 0.1W
82 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 821
MCR 10 EZH J 221
MCR 10 EZH J 10R
MCR 10 EZH J 151
MCR 10 EZH J 82R
302.047
302.040
302.024
302.038
302.035
R96-2
R97-2
R98-2
R99-2
R100-2
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
2k2 OHM 5% 0.1W
1k8 OHM 5% 0.1W
47 OHM 5% 0.1W
470 OHM 5% 0.1W
1k2 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 222
MCR 10 EZH J 182
MCR 10 EZH J 47R
MCR 10 EZH J 471
MCR 10 EZH J 122
302.052
302.051
302.032
302.044
302.049
R101-2
R102-2
R103-2
R104-2
R105-2
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
1k2 OHM 5% 0.1W
120 OHM 5% 0.1W
1k5 OHM 5% 0.1W
10 OHM 5% 0.1W
470 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 122
MCR 10 EZH J 121
MCR 10 EZH J 152
MCR 10 EZH J 10R
MCR 10 EZH J 471
302.049
302.037
302.050
302.024
302.044
R106-2
R107-2
R108-2
R109-2
R110-2
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
220k OHM 5% 0.1W
180k OHM 5% 0.1W
2k2 OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 224
MCR 10 EZH J 184
MCR 10 EZH J 222
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 104
302.076
302.075
302.052
302.072
302.072
R111-2
R112-2
R113-2
R114-2
R115-2
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
10k OHM 5% 0.1W
56k OHM 5% 0.1W
1M0 OHM 5% 0.1W
22k OHM 5% 0.1W
2k2 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 103
MCR 10 EZH J 563
MCR 10 EZH J 105
MCR 10 EZH J 223
MCR 10 EZH J 222
302.060
302.069
302.084
302.064
302.052
R116-2
R117-2
R118-2
R119-2
R120-2
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
56k OHM 5% 0.1W
12k OHM 5% 0.1W
15k OHM 5% 0.1W
820 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 563
MCR 10 EZH J 123
MCR 10 EZH J 153
MCR 10 EZH J 821
302.072
302.069
302.061
302.062
302.047
R121-2
R122-2
R123-2
R124-2
R125-2
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
82k OHM 5% 0.1W
120k OHM 5% 0.1W
270k OHM 5% 0.1W
47k OHM 5% 0.1W
220k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 823
MCR 10 EZH J 124
MCR 10 EZH J 274
MCR 10 EZH J 473
MCR 10 EZH J 224
302.071
302.073
302.077
302.068
302.076
R126-2
R127-2
R128-2
R129-2
RE1-2
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR MF
RESISTOR SMD 0805
REED SWITCH
220k OHM 5% 0.1W
22k OHM 5% 0.1W
15R0 OHM 1% 0.6W
2k2 OHM 5% 0.1W
SPST 10VA FR2024
ROHM
ROHM
PHILIPS
ROHM
CP CLARE
MCR 10 EZH J 224
MCR 10 EZH J 223
2322 156 11509
MCR 10 EZH J 222
FR2024
302.076
302.064
03.154
302.052
339.400
RE2-2
U2-2
U3-2
U4-2
RELAY 6VDC
CMOS QUAD OPAMP
INTEGRATED CIRCUIT
PROGRAMMABLE CMOS OP-AMP
1ADC DPDT
SO14 LMC660
CD40106BC
SINGLE TS271C/TLC271C
NEC
NATIONAL
NATIONAL
TEXAS
EA2-6
LMC660CMX
MM74C14MX
TLC271CDR/ACD/BCD
21.072
350.605
355.101
350.610
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0348
SP3000 VHF
POSITION DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
VHF DIV.& LOOP FILTER (3) SP311x/SP321x
ECI A/S
POSITION DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
C1-3
C2-3
C3-3
C4-3
C5-3
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 15pF 5% NPO 50VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 15pF 5% NPO 50VDC
CAPACITOR TRIMMER SMD 4-25P
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 3p3F 0.25pF NPO 50VDC
Murata
TDK
TDK
MURATA
MURATA
GRM21 6 R7 1H 103 K A01 L(D)
C2012 COG 1H 150 J T NiBa
C2012 COG 1H 150 J T NiBa
TZBX4Z250BA110T00
GRM40 COG 3R3 C 50 PT
328.336
323.076
323.076
335.024
323.068
C6-2
C7-3
C8-3
C9-3
C10-3
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 100pF 5% NPO 50VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 22pF 5% NP0 50VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 22pF 5% NP0 50VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
TDK
TDK
TDK
Murata
MURATA
C2012 COG 1H 101 J T NiBa
C2012 COG 1H 220 J T NiBa
C2012 COG 1H 220 J T NiBa
GRM21 6 R7 1H 103 K A01 L(D)
GRM21 B R7 1H 104 K A01 L(D)
323.086
323.078
323.078
328.336
328.348
C11-3
C12-3
C13-3
C14-3
C15-3
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
Murata
VITRAMON
VITRAMON
VITRAMON
VITRAMON
GRM21 6 R7 1H 103 K A01 L(D)
VJ0805 Y 102 K XAT
VJ0805 Y 102 K XAT
VJ0805 Y 102 K XAT
VJ0805 Y 102 K XAT
328.336
328.324
328.324
328.324
328.324
C16-3
C17-3
C21-3
C22-3
C25-3
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 3n9F 10% X7R 50VDC
MURATA
Murata
Murata
MURATA
Murata
GRM21 B R7 1H 104 K A01 L(D)
GRM21 6 R7 1H 103 K A01 L(D)
GRM21 6 R7 1H 103 K A01 L(D)
GRM21 B R7 1H 104 K A01 L(D)
GRM21 6 R7 1H 392 K A01 L(D)
328.348
328.336
328.336
328.348
328.331
C26-3
C27-3
C28-3
C29-3
C30-3
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 3n9F 10% X7R 50VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 820pF 10% X7R 50VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
Murata
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
Murata
GRM21 6 R7 1H 392 K A01 L(D)
GRM40 X7R 821 K 50 PT
GRM21 B R7 1H 104 K A01 L(D)
GRM21 B R7 1H 104 K A01 L(D)
GRM21 6 R7 1H 103 K A01 L(D)
328.331
328.323
328.348
328.348
328.336
C31-3
C32-3
C33-3
C35-3
C36-3
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 820pF 10% X7R 50VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 100pF 5% NPO 50VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
MURATA
MURATA
TDK
Murata
VITRAMON
GRM40 X7R 821 K 50 PT
GRM21 B R7 1H 104 K A01 L(D)
C2012 COG 1H 101 J T NiBa
GRM21 6 R7 1H 103 K A01 L(D)
VJ0805 Y 102 K XAT
328.323
328.348
323.086
328.336
328.324
C37-3
C38-3
C39-3
C40-3
C41-3
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 33pF 5% NPO 50VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 120pF 5% NPO 50VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
TDK
Murata
TDK
VITRAMON
VITRAMON
C2012 COG 1H 330 J T 000A
GRM21 6 R7 1H 103 K A01 L(D)
C2012 COG 1H 121 J T NiBa
VJ0805 Y 102 K XAT
VJ0805 Y 102 K XAT
323.080
328.336
323.087
328.324
328.324
C42-3
C43-3
D1-3
D2-3
D3-3
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805 100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
DIODE CAPACITANCE BBY31 1p8F/28VDC SOT-23
DIODE SMALL SIGNAL HIGH-SPEED, BAS32L
DIODE SMALL SIGNAL HIGH-SPEED, BAS32L
MURATA
MURATA
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
GRM21 B R7 1H 104 K A01 L(D)
GRM21 B R7 1H 104 K A01 L(D)
BBY31 REEL a 3000 STK
BAS32L 115(135)
BAS32L 115(135)
328.348
328.348
340.631
340.032
340.032
D4-3
FP1-3
FP2-3
FP3-3
J6-3
DIODE SMALL SIGNAL HIGH-SPEED, BAS32L
EMI FERRITE BEAD 3.2x1.6x1.6mm 0.2A
EMI FERRITE BEAD 3.2x1.6x1.6mm 0.2A
EMI FERRITE BEAD 2x1.25x0.9mm 0.2A
SOCKET 6 POLES 1/20" SIL PCB VERSION
PHILIPS
MURATA
MURATA
Murata
AMP
BAS32L 115(135)
BLM 31 A 601 S PT
BLM 31 A 601 S PT
BLM21AF121SN1D
3-175636-6
340.032
370.022
370.022
370.001
376.026
J7-3
J8-3
L1-3
L2-3
Q1-3
SOCKET 4 POLES 1/20" SIL PCB VERSION
SOCKET 6 POLES 1/20" SIL PCB VERSION
CHOKE FIXED 1210 2u2H 20%
SIEMENS
CHOKE FIXED 1210 470nH 10%
SIEMENS
TRANSISTOR RF NPN BFS17A / BFS17P
AMP
AMP
B82412-A1222-M
B82412-A3471-K
PHILIPS
3-175636-4
3-175636-6
376.024
376.026
337.128
337.120
345.517
Q2-3
Q3-3
Q4-3
R1-3
TRANSISTOR RF NPN BFS17A / BFS17P
TRANSISTOR RF NPN BFR92A
PHILIPS
TRANSISTOR RF NPN BFS17A / BFS17P
RESISTOR SMD 0805 27k OHM 5% 0.1W
PHILIPS
BFR92A ID: P2p
PHILIPS
ROHM
5-0-26703B / 4-0-26703G 626703
PART NO.
BFS17A
BFS17A
BFS17A
MCR 10 EZH J 273
345.517
345.530
345.517
302.065
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SP3000 VHF
POSITION DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
R2-3
R3-3
R4-3
R5-3
R6-3
RESISTOR SMD 0805 27k OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 47k OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 27k OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 120 OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 3k9 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 273
MCR 10 EZH J 473
MCR 10 EZH J 273
MCR 10 EZH J 121
MCR 10 EZH J 392
302.065
302.068
302.065
302.037
302.055
R7-3
R8-3
R9-3
R10-3
R11-3
RESISTOR SMD 0805 27k OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 27k OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 120 OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 120 OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 1k5 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 273
MCR 10 EZH J 273
MCR 10 EZH J 121
MCR 10 EZH J 121
MCR 10 EZH J 152
302.065
302.065
302.037
302.037
302.050
R12-3
R13-3
R14-3
R15-3
R16-3
RESISTOR SMD 0805 120 OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 1k0 OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 560 OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 27k OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 27k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 121
MCR 10 EZH J 102
MCR 10 EZH J 561
MCR 10 EZH J 273
MCR 10 EZH J 273
302.037
302.048
302.045
302.065
302.065
R17-3
R18-3
R20-3
R21-3
R22-3
RESISTOR SMD 0805 1R0 OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 10k OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 33k OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 33k OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 47k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 MZH J 1R0
MCR 10 EZH J 103
MCR 10 EZH J 333
MCR 10 EZH J 333
MCR 10 EZH J 473
302.012
302.060
302.066
302.066
302.068
R23-3
R25-3
R26-3
R28-3
R29-3
RESISTOR SMD 0805 150k OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 33k OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 150k OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 150k OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 150k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 154
MCR 10 EZH J 333
MCR 10 EZH J 154
MCR 10 EZH J 154
MCR 10 EZH J 154
302.074
302.066
302.074
302.074
302.074
R30-3
R31-3
R32-3
R33-3
R34-3
RESISTOR SMD 0805 33k OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 100k OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 100k OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 820 OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 56k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 333
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 821
MCR 10 EZH J 563
302.066
302.072
302.072
302.047
302.069
R40-3
R41-3
R42-3
R43-3
R44-3
RESISTOR SMD 0805 47k OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 27k OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 820 OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 27 OHM 5% 0.1W
RESISTOR SMD 0805 3k9 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 473
MCR 10 EZH J 273
MCR 10 EZH J 821
MCR 10 EZH J 27R
MCR 10 EZH J 392
302.068
302.065
302.047
302.029
302.055
R45-3
U1-3
U3-3
U4-3
U5-3
RESISTOR SMD 0805 120 OHM 5% 0.1W
TWO-MODULUS PRESCALER MC12022SLA
PLL FREQ. SYNTHESIZER SERIAL-INPUT
QUAD BILATERAL SWITCH CD4066BC
Single JFET Precision Operational Amp. Low Power
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 121
Philips
SA701D
MOTOROLA
MC145158-2-DW R2
MOTOROLA
MC14066BD R2(R1)
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS TL031CD (ID)
X1-3
CRYSTAL C1074 14.850MHz 10ppm NC18C
HY-Q
NARROW BW VHF/UHF IF FILT
MODULE (4)
POSITION DESCRIPTION
ECI A/S
PART NO.
302.037
355.811
351.005
355.066
350.522
ECI SPEC: C1074
39.839
5-0-26714A / 4-0-26714A 626714
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
C1-4
C2-4
C4-4
C6-4
C7-4
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
82pF 5% NPO 50VDC
33pF 5% NPO 50VDC
8p2F +/-0.25pF NPO 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
TDK
TDK
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
C2012 COG 1H 820 J T NiBa
C2012 COG 1H 330 J T 000A
GRM40 COG 8R2 C 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
323.085
323.080
323.073
328.336
328.336
C8-4
C9-4
C10-4
C11-4
C12-4
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
22pF 5% NP0 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
MURATA
TDK
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
C2012 COG 1H 220 J T NiBa
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
328.336
323.078
328.324
328.336
328.348
C13-4
C14-4
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
10pF 5% NPO 50VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
TDK
MURATA
C2012 COG 1H 100 D T NiBa 323.074
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
328.348
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6 PARTSLIST
SP3000 VHF
POSITION DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
C15-4
C16-4
C17-4
C20-4
C21-4
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
180pF 5% NPO 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
MURATA
MURATA
TDK
MURATA
MURATA
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
C2012 COG 1H 181 J T NiBa
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
328.324
328.348
323.089
328.336
328.336
C22-4
C23-4
C24-4
C25-4
C26-4
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
82pF 5% NPO 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
TDK
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
C2012 COG 1H 820 J T NiBa
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
323.085
328.336
328.336
328.348
328.348
C27-4
C29-4
C30-4
FL1-4
FL2-4
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR TANTALUM 3216
CAPACITOR TANTALUM 3216
CRYSTAL FILTER
CERAMIC FILTER
56pF 5% NPO 50VDC
1u5F 20% 16VDC
1u5F 20% 16VDC
Fc=45MHz,BW=15kHz,BILIT
Fc=450kHz BW=16kHz
TDK
ERO
ERO
SHOWA CRYSTAL C
MURATA
C2012 COG 1H 560 J T NiBa 323.083
CA 155016 M E17
334.007
CA 155016 M E17
334.007
45U15BG / UM-1 x 2
40.038
CFZM450E
41.514
J5-4
J10-4
L1-4
L3-4
L4-4
SOCKET 8 POLES
SOCKET COAXIAL
CHOKE FIXED
CHOKE FIXED
CHOKE FIXED
1/20" SIL PCB VERSION
PCB VERSION TYPE MMS
470nH 5%
150nH 5%
470nH 5%
AMP
RADIALL
COILCRAFT
COILCRAFT
COILCRAFT
3-175636-8
R 209 408 302 (052)
1008CS-471-XJBC
1008CS-151-XJBC
1008CS-471-XJBC
376.028
376.510
337.270
337.264
337.270
L5-4
Q1-4
Q2-4
R4-4
R6-4
CHOKE FIXED
DUAL GATE MOS-FET N-CHANN
TRANSISTOR RF NPN
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
470nH 5%
BF996S
BFR92A
680 OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
COILCRAFT
PHILIPS
PHILIPS
ROHM
ROHM
1008CS-471-XJBC
BF996S-215
BFR92A
MCR 10 EZH J 681
MCR 10 EZH J 104
337.270
347.096
345.530
302.046
302.072
R7-4
R8-4
R9-4
R10-4
R11-4
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
560 OHM 5% 0.1W
1k0 OHM 5% 0.1W
120k OHM 5% 0.1W
56k OHM 5% 0.1W
27k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 561
MCR 10 EZH J 102
MCR 10 EZH J 124
MCR 10 EZH J 563
MCR 10 EZH J 273
302.045
302.048
302.073
302.069
302.065
R12-4
R13-4
R14-4
R15-4
R16-4
PRESET SEALED
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
50k OHM 25% 0.1W
68k OHM 5% 0.1W
3k9 OHM 5% 0.1W
47k OHM 5% 0.1W
27k OHM 5% 0.1W
BOURNS
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
3374X-1-503-E (G)
MCR 10 EZH J 683
MCR 10 EZH J 392
MCR 10 EZH J 473
MCR 10 EZH J 273
310.450
302.070
302.055
302.068
302.065
R17-4
R18-4
R19-4
R20-4
R21-4
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
22k OHM 5% 0.1W
4k7 OHM 5% 0.1W
1k8 OHM 5% 0.1W
47k OHM 5% 0.1W
1k5 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 223
MCR 10 EZH J 472
MCR 10 EZH J 182
MCR 10 EZH J 473
MCR 10 EZH J 152
302.064
302.056
302.051
302.068
302.050
R22-4
R23-4
U1-4
XR1-4
RESISTOR SMD 1206
RESISTOR SMD 0805
NBFM IF SYSTEM
CERAMIC DISCRIMINATOR
120 OHM 5% 0.25W
470 OHM 5% 0.1W
MC3372
Fc=450kHz, BW=4kHz
ROHM
ROHM
MOTOROLA
MURATA
MCR 18 JZO J 121
MCR 10 EZH J 471
MC3372D
CDBM450C7
303.037
302.044
350.570
41.507
MODULE (4)
ECI A/S
VHF/UHF IF MODULE SP3000
POSITION DESCRIPTION
5-0-26704C / 4-0-26704E 626704
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
C1-4
C2-4
C4-4
C6-4
C7-4
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
82pF 5% NPO 50VDC
33pF 5% NPO 50VDC
8p2F +/-0.25pF NPO 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
TDK
TDK
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
C2012 COG 1H 820 J T NiBa
C2012 COG 1H 330 J T 000A
GRM40 COG 8R2 C 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
323.085
323.080
323.073
328.336
328.336
C8-4
C9-4
C10-4
C11-4
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
22pF 5% NP0 50VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
MURATA
TDK
MURATA
MURATA
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
C2012 COG 1H 220 J T NiBa
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
328.336
323.078
328.324
328.336
0348
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6 PARTSLIST
SP3000 VHF
POSITION
C12-4
C13-4
C14-4
C15-4
C16-4
DESCRIPTION
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
10pF 5% NPO 50VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
1n0F 10% X7R 50VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
MANUFACTOR
MURATA
TDK
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
TYPE
PART NO.
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
328.348
C2012 COG 1H 100 D T NiBa 323.074
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
328.348
GRM40 X7R 102 K 50 PT
328.324
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
328.348
C17-4
C20-4
C21-4
C22-4
C23-4
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
180pF 5% NPO 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
82pF 5% NPO 50VDC
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
TDK
MURATA
MURATA
TDK
MURATA
C2012 COG 1H 181 J T NiBa
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
C2012 COG 1H 820 J T NiBa
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
323.089
328.336
328.336
323.085
328.336
C24-4
C25-4
C26-4
C27-4
C29-4
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 0805
CAPACITOR TANTALUM 3216
10nF 10% X7R 50VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
100nF 10% X7R 25VDC
56pF 5% NPO 50VDC
1u5F 20% 16VDC
MURATA
MURATA
MURATA
TDK
ERO
GRM40 X7R 103 K 50 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
GRM40 X7R 104 K 25 PT
C2012 COG 1H 560 J T NiBa
CA 155016 M E17
328.336
328.348
328.348
323.083
334.007
C30-4
FL1-4
FL2-4
J5-4
J10-4
CAPACITOR TANTALUM 3216
CRYSTAL FILTER
CERAMIC FILTER
SOCKET 8 POLES
SOCKET COAXIAL
1u5F 20% 16VDC
Fc=45MHz,BW=15kHz,BILIT
Fc=450kHz BW=20kHz
1/20" SIL PCB VERSION
PCB VERSION TYPE MMS
ERO
SHOWA CRYSTAL C
AVX/KYOCERA
AMP
RADIALL
CA 155016 M E17
45U15BG / UM-1 x 2
KBF-450R-20A
3-175636-8
R 209 408 302 (052)
334.007
40.038
41.513
376.028
376.510
L1-4
L3-4
L4-4
L5-4
Q1-4
CHOKE FIXED
CHOKE FIXED
CHOKE FIXED
CHOKE FIXED
DUAL GATE MOS-FET N-CHANN
470nH 5%
150nH 5%
470nH 5%
470nH 5%
BF996S
COILCRAFT
COILCRAFT
COILCRAFT
COILCRAFT
PHILIPS
1008CS-471-XJBC
1008CS-151-XJBC
1008CS-471-XJBC
1008CS-471-XJBC
BF996S-215
337.270
337.264
337.270
337.270
347.096
Q2-4
R4-4
R6-4
R7-4
R8-4
TRANSISTOR RF NPN
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
BFR92A
680 OHM 5% 0.1W
100k OHM 5% 0.1W
560 OHM 5% 0.1W
1k0 OHM 5% 0.1W
PHILIPS
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
BFR92A
MCR 10 EZH J 681
MCR 10 EZH J 104
MCR 10 EZH J 561
MCR 10 EZH J 102
345.530
302.046
302.072
302.045
302.048
R9-4
R10-4
R11-4
R12-4
R13-4
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
PRESET SEALED
RESISTOR SMD 0805
120k OHM 5% 0.1W
56k OHM 5% 0.1W
27k OHM 5% 0.1W
50k OHM 25% 0.1W
68k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
BOURNS
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 124
MCR 10 EZH J 563
MCR 10 EZH J 273
3374X-1-503-E (G)
MCR 10 EZH J 683
302.073
302.069
302.065
310.450
302.070
R14-4
R15-4
R16-4
R17-4
R18-4
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
3k9 OHM 5% 0.1W
47k OHM 5% 0.1W
27k OHM 5% 0.1W
22k OHM 5% 0.1W
4k7 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 392
MCR 10 EZH J 473
MCR 10 EZH J 273
MCR 10 EZH J 223
MCR 10 EZH J 472
302.055
302.068
302.065
302.064
302.056
R19-4
R20-4
R21-4
R22-4
R23-4
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 1206
RESISTOR SMD 0805
1k8 OHM 5% 0.1W
47k OHM 5% 0.1W
1k5 OHM 5% 0.1W
120 OHM 5% 0.25W
470 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 182
MCR 10 EZH J 473
MCR 10 EZH J 152
MCR 18 JZO J 121
MCR 10 EZH J 471
302.051
302.068
302.050
303.037
302.044
U1-4
XR1-4
NBFM IF SYSTEM
CERAMIC DISCRIMINATOR
MC3372
Fc=450kHz, BW=4kHz
MOTOROLA
MURATA
MC3372D
CDBM450C7
350.570
41.507
MODULE (5)
ECI A/S
KEYBOARD MODULE SP3000
POSITION DESCRIPTION
5-0-26705D / 4-0-26705B 626705
MANUFACTOR
TYPE
PART NO.
C2-5
C3-5
D1-5
D2-5
D3-5
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 1206
CAPACITOR CERAM. SMD 1206
LED SMD 0805 YELLOW
LED SMD 0805 YELLOW
LED SMD 0805 YELLOW
120nF 10% X7R 16VDC
120nF 10% X7R 16VDC
5mCd/20mA CL170Y
5mCd/20mA CL170Y
5mCd/20mA CL170Y
MURATA
MURATA
CITIZEN
CITIZEN
CITIZEN
GRM42-6 X7R 124 K 16 PT
GRM42-6 X7R 124 K 16 PT
CL-170 Y-C D-T
CL-170 Y-C D-T
CL-170 Y-C D-T
328.687
328.687
342.026
342.026
342.026
D4-5
D5-5
LED SMD 0805 YELLOW
LED SMD 0805 YELLOW
5mCd/20mA CL170Y
5mCd/20mA CL170Y
CITIZEN
CITIZEN
CL-170 Y-C D-T
CL-170 Y-C D-T
342.026
342.026
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6 PARTSLIST
SP3000 VHF
POSITION DESCRIPTION
TYPE
PART NO.
D6-5
D7-5
D8-5
Q1-5
R1-5
LED SMD 0805 YELLOW
LED SMD 0805 YELLOW
LED SMD 0805 YELLOW
TRANS. AF SMALL SIGNAL
RESISTOR SMD 0805
5mCd/20mA CL170Y
5mCd/20mA CL170Y
5mCd/20mA CL170Y
NPN, BC858B
180 OHM 5% 0.1W
CITIZEN
CITIZEN
CITIZEN
MOTOROLA
ROHM
CL-170 Y-C D-T
CL-170 Y-C D-T
CL-170 Y-C D-T
BC858BT1 (T3)
MCR 10 EZH J 181
342.026
342.026
342.026
345.058
302.039
R2-5
R3-5
R4-5
R5-5
R6-5
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
180 OHM 5% 0.1W
180 OHM 5% 0.1W
180 OHM 5% 0.1W
330 OHM 5% 0.1W
33k OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 181
MCR 10 EZH J 181
MCR 10 EZH J 181
MCR 10 EZH J 331
MCR 10 EZH J 333
302.039
302.039
302.039
302.042
302.066
R7-5
R8-5
R9-5
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
RESISTOR SMD 0805
680 OHM 5% 0.1W
82k OHM 5% 0.1W
2k2 OHM 5% 0.1W
ROHM
ROHM
ROHM
MCR 10 EZH J 681
MCR 10 EZH J 823
MCR 10 EZH J 222
302.046
302.071
302.052
MODULE (6)
ECI A/S
ANTENNA SWITCH
0348
MANUFACTOR
5-0-26706E/4-0-26706C 626706
POSITION DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTOR
K1
L1
X1
X2
X3
EA2-6
B78108-T1222-K
HUBER?? AG
12MCX 50-0-1c/111
Tyco/AMP
4-174638-0
SP SPEC. 3-3-28785 DE-9S-OL2-A197
RELAY 6VDC 1ADC DPDT
NEC
CHOKE FIXED 2u2H 10%
EPCOS
PLUG COAX STRAIGHT MCX CHASSIS VERSION
Socket PCB 10 Poles, Right Angle CC=1.25mm
SOCKET SUB D 9 POLES
CANNON
TYPE
PART NO.
21.072
20.351
78.461
376.100
78.144
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