SocketModem ® HSPA+ MTSMC-H5 Device Guide - Multi

SocketModem ® HSPA+ MTSMC-H5 Device Guide - Multi
SocketModem® Cell HSPA+
SocketModem® iCell HSPA+
MTSMC-H5 Device Guide
LEGAL NOTICES AND CONTACT INFORMATION
SocketModem Cell HSPA+ and SocketModem iCell HSPA+ MTSMC-H5 Device Guide
S000540, Version G
MTSMC-H5-xx, MTSMC-H5-U-xx, MTSMC-H5-IP-xx, MTSMC-H5-GP-xx, MTSCMC-H5-MI-IP-xx, MTSMC-H5-MI-GP
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CONTENTS
Contents
Chapter 1 – Device Overview ......................................................................................................................................5
Description .......................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Product Build Options ......................................................................................................................................................... 5
Documentation ................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Chapter 2 – Mechanical Drawing ................................................................................................................................7
MTSMC-H5 All Builds .......................................................................................................................................................... 7
Chapter 3 – Specifications ..........................................................................................................................................8
Technical Specifications ...................................................................................................................................................... 8
Mounting Hardware ............................................................................................................................................................ 9
Recommended Parts ......................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Device Reset ...................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Powering Down Your Device ............................................................................................................................................. 10
Serial Signal DC Electrical Characteristics ......................................................................................................................... 10
Absolute Maximum Rating .............................................................................................................................................................. 10
Electrical Characteristics Other Pins ................................................................................................................................. 10
Pinout Specifications ......................................................................................................................................................... 11
Pin 58 .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 12
Pin Availability by Build ..................................................................................................................................................... 12
Power Measurements ....................................................................................................................................................... 13
MTSMC-H5 ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
MTSMC-H5-U .................................................................................................................................................................................. 14
MTSMC-H5-IP .................................................................................................................................................................................. 15
MTSMC-H5-GP ................................................................................................................................................................................ 17
MTSMC-H5-MI-IP ............................................................................................................................................................................ 18
MTSMC-H5-MI-GP ........................................................................................................................................................................... 19
Additional Information for the MTSMC-H5 Serial Device ............................................................................................................... 21
Set Phone and Registration Functionality +CFUN ........................................................................................................................... 21
GSM Power Saving Modes for Serial Devices.................................................................................................................................. 22
RTS Control of Power Mode AT+CFUN=9........................................................................................................................................ 23
DTR Control of Power Mode AT+CFUN=5 ....................................................................................................................................... 23
Chapter 4 – Device Specific Regulatory Information .................................................................................................. 24
FCC Part 15 ........................................................................................................................................................................ 24
FCC Grant Parts 22, 24, and 27 ......................................................................................................................................... 24
Industry Canada ................................................................................................................................................................ 25
EMC, Safety, and R&TTE Directive Compliance ................................................................................................................ 25
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Chapter 5 – Carrier Specific Information ................................................................................................................... 27
Notice for Devices that Use Aeris Radios .......................................................................................................................... 27
Chapter 6 – Application Notes .................................................................................................................................. 28
LED Interface ..................................................................................................................................................................... 28
LED 1 – Heartbeat – IP and –GP Builds Only ................................................................................................................................... 28
LED 2 – Link Status – All Builds ........................................................................................................................................................ 28
LED 3 – Signal Strength –IP and –GP Builds Only ............................................................................................................................ 28
LED 4 – GPS Status – GP Builds ....................................................................................................................................................... 29
RF Performances ............................................................................................................................................................... 29
Receiver Features ............................................................................................................................................................................ 29
Transmitter Features....................................................................................................................................................................... 29
RF Connection and Antenna ........................................................................................................................................................... 29
Frequency Bands ............................................................................................................................................................... 30
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CHAPTER 1 – DEVICE OVERVIEW
Chapter 1 – Device Overview
Description
The SocketModem Cell and iCell HSPA+ models are complete, ready-to-integrate communications devices that
offer standards-based HSPA+ 21 performance. These quick-to-market communications devices allow developers
to add wireless communication and GPS tracking to products with a minimum of development time and expense.
Both models are based on industry-standard open interfaces and use MultiTech’s Universal Socket design. The
SocketModem iCell features the intelligence of the embedded Universal IP stack, which allows for
automatic/persistent connectivity for mission critical applications and enhanced M2M functionality.
Product Build Options
Product
MTSMC-H5-MI-GP
MTSMC-H5-MI-IP
MTSMC-H5-GP
MTSMC-H5-IP
MTSMC-H5
MTSMC-H5-U
Developer Kit
MTSMI-UDK
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Description
Region
Global HSPA+ 21M - Data Only, MTS GPS, US
Serial, USB, GPIO, Universal IP
Europe
Canada
Australia
Global HSPA+ 21M - Data Only, Serial,
US
USB, GPIO, Universal IP
Europe
Canada
Australia
Global HSPA+ 21M - Data Only, MTS GPS, US
Serial, Universal IP
Europe
Canada
Australia
Global HSPA+ 21M - Data Only, Serial,
US
Universal IP
Europe
Canada
Australia
Global HSPA+ 21M - Data Only, Serial
US
Europe
Canada
Australia
Global HSPA+ 21M - Data Only, USB
US
Europe
Canada
Australia
Universal Developer Kit
Global
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Notes:
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These units ship without network activation. To connect them to the cellular network, you need a cellular
account. For more information, refer to Account Activation for Cellular Devices in the Universal Socket
Developer’s Guide.
GP devices have a dedicated GPS receiver.
MI devices have multiple interfaces.
The complete product code may end in .Rx. For example, MTSMC-H5.Rx, where R is revision and x is the revision
number.
All builds can be ordered individually or in 50-packs.
Documentation
The following documentation is available by email to oemsales@multitech.com or by using the Developer Guide
Request Form on the multitech.com
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Device Guide – This document. Provides model-specific specifications and developer information.
Universal Socket Developer Guide – Provides an overview, safety and regulatory information, design
considerations, schematics, and general device information. (S000342)
USB Driver Installation Guide for H5 and G3 Devices – Provides steps for installing USB drivers. (S000533)
AT Command Guide – Use the following AT Command Guides with HSPA devices:
 S000574 for H5-xx.R1 Modems
 80378ST10091A Rev 9 Telit 3G Modules AT Commands Guide for H5-xx.R2 Modems
 S000528 for H5-xx Modems (not .R1 or .R2)
 S000457 Universal IP Commands
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CHAPTER 3 – SPECIFICATIONS
Chapter 2 – Mechanical Drawing
MTSMC-H5 All Builds
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Chapter 3 – Specifications
Technical Specifications
Category
General
Standards
Frequency Bands
Speed
Data Speed
Interface, Ports
USB Interface
Serial Modem Interface
Ports
Physical Description
Weight
Dimensions
Connectors
Antenna Connector
SIM Holder
Environment
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Humidity
Power Requirements
Operating Voltage
Input Power
IP, M2M, SMS
Supported IP Protocols
M2M Applications
SMS
Description
Penta-band HSPA+ 21
Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE
SMS is based on CS/Packet-Switched (PS) domain of GSM and WCDMA
USB Interface is CDC-ACM compliant
Penta-band HSPA+: 850/900/1700/1900/2100 MHz
Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
HSPA+: Up to 21.0 Mbps downlink/5.76 Mbps uplink
EDGE: Up to 296 Kbps downlink/236.8 Kbps uplink
GPRS: Up to 107 Kbps downlink/85.6 Kbps uplink
MI builds: USB 2.0 full speed
High speed on other builds: 480 Mbps
Up to 921.6 Kbps
GPIO ports – MI builds only
0.4 oz. (10g)
Refer to mechanical drawing for details.
3 surface mount UFL: cellular, GPS, RX diversity
Standard 1.8V and 3V.
-40° C to +85° C
-40° C to +85° C
20%-90% RH, non-condensing
3.3V - 5V
3.3 - 5VDC
DNS resolve, FTP client, Ping, POP3 client, PPP (dialout), SMTP client, TCP RAW client &
server
Universal IP models: Automatic connect/reconnect, device monitor, modem emulation,
Ping & TCP keep alive, wake-up on caller ID, wake-up on ring, GPS tracking (GP model
only)
Point-to-Point messaging
Mobile-Terminated SMS
Mobile-Originated SMS
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Category
Description
Certifications, Compliance, Warranty
EMC Compliance
FCC Part 15 Class B
FCC Part 15.31 (Co-location)
EN55022 Class B
EN55024
Radio Compliance
FCC Part 22
FCC Part 24
RSS 132
RSS 133
EN 301 511
EN 301 489-1
EN 301 489-7
EN 301 489-24
Safety Compliance
UL 60950-1
cUL 60950-1
EN 60950-1
AS/NZS 60950-1
Network Compliance
PTCRB
AT&T
Warranty
Two years
Notes:
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Radio performance may be affected by temperature extremes. This is normal. The radio is designed to
automatically fallback in class and reduces transmitter power to avoid damage to the radio. When this occurs
depends on the interaction of several factors, such as ambient temperature, operating mode, and transmit
power.
Mounting Hardware
The board has three mounting holes at corners. Use #4 or M3 hardware for mounting the SocketModem to the
board. Refer to the Mechanical Drawings for more information.
Recommended Parts
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Manufacturer
Part
Part Number
PEM PennEngineering
RAF Electronic Hardware
RAF Electronic Hardware
Surface Mount Standoff
3/16” Hex Female Standoff
4.5mm Hex Female Standoff
SMTSO-M3-4ET
2051T-440-S-12-Zinc
1251-3005-S-12-Zinc
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Device Reset
The SocketModem is ready to accept commands after a fixed amount of time (“X” Time) after power-on or reset.
Model
Time Constant
"X" Time
MTSMC-H5
250 ms
10 seconds
1
The SocketModem may respond to a shorter reset pulse.
Minimum Reset Pulse1
200 µs
Maximum Reset Pulse
Less than 1 second
Powering Down Your Device
CAUTION: Failing to properly shutdown the device before removing power may corrupt your device's file system.
To properly power down your device, use the following sequence:
1. Issue the AT#SHDN command.
2. Wait 30 seconds.
3. Power off the device. Disconnect power from the device.
Serial Signal DC Electrical Characteristics
Units: Volts
Applies to the following pins:
Pin
J33
J34
J35
J36
Signal Name
-RTS
-RXD
-TXD
-RI
Parameter
3.3 Volt Powered
Input Low Level
Input High Level
Output Low Level
Output High Level
5 Volt Powered
Input Low Level
Input High Level
Output Low Level
Output High Level
Pin
J37
J38
J39
J40
Signal Name
-DSR
-CTS
-DCD
-DTR
Minimum
Maximum
0
1.5
0
2.35
0.55
3.3
0.55
3.3
0
2.3
0
3.7
0.8
5
0.55
5
Absolute Maximum Rating
All models can run with an input voltage of either 3.3V or 5V. The maximum voltage on any signal pin equals the
input voltage.
Electrical Characteristics Other Pins
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Pin
Signal Name
Min
J24
J25
J26
J27
J28
J41
J48
Pin
-RESET
USB VBUS
GND
USB DP
USB DN
GND
GPIO0
Signal Name
J49
J50
J51
J58
J61
J63
GPIO1
GPIO2
GPIO3
-LED LINK
VCC
GND
-0.3
--
--0.3
Min
-0.3
-0.3
-0.3
----
VIL
Max
0.8
0.8
-0.8
0.8
-0.8
VIL
Max
0.8
0.8
0.8
----
VIH
Min
2.0
2.0
-2
2
-2.0
VIH
Min
2.0
2.0
2.0
----
Max
8.7
--
-5.5
Max
5.5
5.5
5.5
----
VOL
Max
---0.3
0.3
--0.4
VOL
Min
Max
0.4
0.4
0.4
0
0.45
----Min
----
Min
---2.8
2.8
-2.9
VOH
Max
----
--
VOH
Min
Max
2.9
2.9
2.9
2.85 3.3
-----
Pinout Specifications
Pin
Signal Name
Logic Level Voltage1 I/O
J24
–RESET
3.3 – 5.0
I
J25
USB VBUS
3.3 – 5.0
I
J26
GND
GND
GND
J27
USB DP
3.3
I/O
J28
USB DN
3.3
I/O
J33
–RTS
5.0
I
J34
–RXD
5.0
O
J35
–TXD
5.0
I
J36
–RI
5.0
O
J37
–DSR
5.0
O
J38
–CTS
5.0
O
J39
–DCD
5.0
O
J40
–DTR
5.0
I
J41
GND
GND
GND
J48
GPIO0
3.3
I/O
J49
GPIO1
3.3
I/O
J50
GPIO2
3.3
I/O
J51
GPIO3
3.3
I/O
J58
–LED LINK
3.3
O
J61
VCC
5.0
PWR
J63
GND
GND
GND
1 A hyphen (-) indicates a range of acceptable logic levels.
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Description
Device reset (active low)
USB power supply input
Ground
USB data
USB data
Request to send (active low)
Received data (active low)
Transmitted data (active low)
Ring indicator (active low)
Data set ready (active low)
Clear to send (active low)
Data carrier detect (active low)
Data terminal ready (active low)
Ground
User configurable general purpose I/O
User configurable general purpose I/O
User configurable general purpose I/O
User configurable general purpose I/O
Link status (active low, can sink up to 150mA)
DC input power
Ground
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Pin 58
Note: Pin 58 may or may not be available on some SocketModems.
Pin 58 LED Mode
Operating Status
OFF
Subscriber Carrier Mode is OFF or running in SLEEP or ALARM mode.
600 ms ON/600ms OFF No SIM card inserted, no PIN entered, network search in progress, ongoing user
authentication, or network login in progress.
75 ms ON / 75 ms OFF / One or more EDGE/GPRS/CDMA contexts activated. Indicates EDGE/GPRS/CDMA data
75 ms ON
transfer: When a transfer is in progress, the LED goes on within 1 second after data
3 s OFF
packets were exchanged.
Flashing or Blinking
Flash duration is approximately 0.5 s.
ON
Depending on call type:
Voice Call:
Connected to remote party.
Data Call:
Connected to remote party or parameter exchange while call is set up or
disconnected.
Pin Availability by Build
Pin and Function
J24 Reset
J25 USB_VBUS
J26 GND
J27 USB_DP
J28 USB_DN
J33 -RTS
J34 -RXD
J35 -TXD
J36 -RI
J37 -DSR
J38 -CTS
J39 -DCD
J40 -DTR
J41 GND
J48 GPIO
J49 GPIO
J50 GPIO
J51 GPIO
J58 -LED LINK
J61 VCC
J63 GND
MI-IP/GP
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
IP/GP
x
Serial only
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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x
x
x
x
x
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Power Measurements
MultiTech recommends that you incorporate a 10% buffer into your power source when determining product
load.
MTSMC-H5
Radio Protocol
AT command used to Time (sec) to reduced Time (sec) to “ready
set radio function
power from command for data connection”
and power mode
or DTE signal change from reduced power
Registered Power
Radio Idle, SIM
installed and
connected to tower
3.3 Volts
GSM850/HSDPA AT+CFUN=1
N/A
N/A
30mA
AT+CFUN=5
Approx. 1 second
Approx. 1 second
17mA
AT+CFUN=7
Approx. 1 second
Approx. 2 seconds
17mA/30mA
N/A
N/A
28mA
AT+CFUN=5
Approx. 1 second
Approx. 1 second
19mA
AT+CFUN=7
Approx. 1 second
Approx. 2 seconds
17mA/30mA
5 Volts
GSM850/HSDPA AT+CFUN=1
Radio
Protocol
Low Power
Measured MS Xmit
Current
or Power
(Amps)
Cntrl
Level
3.3 Volts
GSM850 100mA
HSDPA 286mA
28
Half Power
GSM Xmit
Power or
HSDPA Ch
Power
Meas.
(avg)
Measured MS Xmit
Current
or
(Amps)
Power
Cntrl
Level
Max Power
GSM Xmit
Power or
HSDPA Ch
Power
Meas.
(avg)
Measured MS Xmit
Current
or
(Amps)
Power
Cntrl
Level
GSM Xmit
Power or
HSDPA Ch
Power
Meas.
(avg)
4.70
104mA
15
13
481mA
0
32.9
Alternating N/A
Bits
288mA
Active
Bits
N/A
610mA
All Up
Bits
N/A
GSM850 72mA
28
74mA
15
13.02
226mA
0
32.88
HSDPA
Alternating N/A
Bits
173mA
Active
Bits
N/A
397mA
All Up
Bits
N/A
5 Volts
162mA
4.75
Note: This data is measured using an Agilent call box connected to the cellular radio.
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Radio
Protocol
Instant Peak TX
Current (Amps)
Peak Reset Current Peak Reset Current
(InRush) (Amps)
(InRush) Duration
3.81A
700mA
1.82A
1.82A
3.68ms
3.68ms
GSM850
1.73A
1.95A
3.12ms
HSDPA
390mA
1.95A
3.12ms
3.3 Volts
GSM850
HSDPA
5 Volts
Notes:
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AT+CFUN=1 used to set radio function and power mode.
Instant Peak Tx: The peak current during a GSM850 transmission burst period or HSDPA connection. This
current is handled by bulk capacitance in a design.
Measured Current: The continuous current during a Transmit with the radio transmitter at specified power.
Inrush Current: The input current during power up, or a reset.
Registered Power: Registered to tower. Receive active for SMS. No data is sent.
MTSMC-H5-U
Radio Protocol
AT command used to set radio
function and power mode
Registered Power Radio Idle, SIM
installed and connected to tower
AT+CFUN=1
62mA
AT+CFUN=1
46mA
3.3 Volts
GSM850/HSDPA
5 Volts
GSM850/HSDPA
Radio
Protocol
Low Power
Measured MS Xmit
Current
or
(Amps)
Power
Control
Level
3.3 Volts
GSM850 126mA
HSDPA
250mA
Half Power
GSM Xmit
Power or
HSDPA Ch
Power
Meas.
(avg)
28
4.70
Alternating
bits
Measured MS Xmit
Current
or Power
(Amps)
Control
Level
130mA
15
294mA
Active
bits
89mA
15
Max Power
GSM Xmit
Power or
HSDPA Ch
Power
Meas.
(avg)
13
Measured
Current
(Amps)
MS Xmit
or
Power
Control
Level
GSM Xmit
Powr or
HSDPA Ch
Power
Meas.
(avg)
492mA
0
32.9
672mA
All up
bits
231mA
0
5 Volts
GSM850 81mA
HSDPA
28
4.75
163mA
13.02
Alternating
192mA
Active
416mA
bits
bits
Note: This data is measured using an Agilent call box connected to the cellular radio.
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All up
bits
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Radio
Protocol
Instant Peak TX
Current (Amps)
Peak Reset Current Peak Reset Current
(InRush) (Amps)
(InRush) Duration
3.53A
620mA
2.14A
2.14A
4.80ms
4.80ms
GSM850
1.48A
2.11A
3.00ms
HSDPA
407mA
2.11A
3.00ms
3.3 Volts
GSM850
HSDPA
5 Volts
Notes:
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The USB model does not have sleep mode.
AT+CFUN=1 used to set radio function and power mode.
Instant Peak Tx: The peak current during a GSM850 transmission burst period or HSDPA connection. This
current is handled by bulk capacitance in a design.
Measured Current: The continuous current during a Transmit with the radio transmitter at specified power.
Inrush Current: The input current during power up or a reset.
Registered Power: Registered to tower. Receive active for SMS. No data is sent.
MTSMC-H5-IP
AT command
Radio Registration Data
used to set
Peak Current
Peak Current
Time (sec) to
radio function
and power mode Amplitude during Pulse Duration Peak
radio registration during radio
Registration
(Amps)
registration
Current Pulse
Radio Idle, SIM
installed and
connected to tower
(Amps)
GSM850
AT+CFUN=1
2.2A
.720ms
54
0.117mA
HSDPA
AT+CFUN=1
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.115mA
GSM850
AT+CFUN=1
1.11A
.720ms
54
0.078mA
HSDPA
AT+CFUN=1
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.078mA
Radio Protocol
3.3 Volts
5 Volts
Radio
Protocol
Low Power
Measured MS Xmit
Current
or Power
(Amps)
Cntrl
Level
3.3 Volts
GSM850 0.173mA
HSDPA 0.262mA
15
Half Power
GSM Xmit
Power or
HSDPA Ch
Power
Meas.
(avg)
Max Power
Measured MS Xmit
Current
or
(Amps)
Power
Cntrl
Level
GSM Xmit
Power or
HSDPA Ch
Power
Meas.
(avg)
Measured MS Xmit
Current
or
(Amps)
Power
Cntrl
Level
GSM Xmit
Power or
HSDPA Ch
Power
Meas.
(avg)
28
4
0.178mA
15
12.4
0.566mA
0
31.7
All Down
N/A
0.318mA
Active
N/A
0.804mA
All Up
N/A
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Radio
Protocol
Low Power
Measured MS Xmit
Current
or Power
(Amps)
Cntrl
Level
Half Power
GSM Xmit
Power or
HSDPA Ch
Power
Meas.
(avg)
Max Power
Measured MS Xmit
Current
or
(Amps)
Power
Cntrl
Level
GSM Xmit
Power or
HSDPA Ch
Power
Meas.
(avg)
Measured MS Xmit
Current
or
(Amps)
Power
Cntrl
Level
GSM Xmit
Power or
HSDPA Ch
Power
Meas.
(avg)
5 Volts
GSM850 0.114mA
28
4
0.116mA
15
12.4
0.275mA
0
31.7
HSDPA
All Down
N/A
0.211mA
Active
N/A
0.476mA
All Up
N/A
0.169mA
Note: This data is measured using an Agilent call box connected to the cellular radio.
Radio
Protocol
Peak Amplitude
TX Current
(Amps) for
GSM850 or Peak
Current for
HSDPA
Peak Current
during power
up (InRush
Amps)
Peak Current
Peak Current
Duration during during Reset
powerup
(InRush Amps)
(InRush
duration)
Peak Current Duration
during Reset (InRush
Duration)
3.37A
0.856mA
3.84
3.84
2.04ms
2.04ms
3.31A
N/A
0.640ms
N/A
GSM850
1.95A
3.78
2.00ms
1.73A
0.560ms
HSDPA
0.536mA
3.78
2.00ms
N/A
N/A
3.3 Volts
GSM850
HSDPA
5 Volts
Notes:





AT+CFUN=1 used to set radio function and power mode.
Instant Peak Tx: The peak current during a GSM850 transmission burst period or HSDPA connection. This
current is handled by bulk capacitance in a design.
Measured Current: The continuous current during a Transmit with the radio transmitter at specified power.
Inrush Current: The input current during power up, or a reset.
Registered Power: Registered to tower. Receive active for SMS. No data is sent.
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MTSMC-H5-GP
AT command
Radio Registration Data
used to set
Peak Current
Peak Current
Time (sec) to
radio function
and power mode Amplitude during Pulse Duration Peak
radio registration during radio
Registration
(Amps)
registration
Current Pulse
Radio Idle, SIM
installed and
connected to tower
(Amps)
GSM850
AT+CFUN=1
2.37A
.760ms
10
0.24mA
HSDPA
AT+CFUN=1
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.241mA
GSM850
AT+CFUN=1
1.2A
.460ms
10
0.155mA
HSDPA
AT+CFUN=1
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.155mA
Radio Protocol
3.3 Volts
5 Volts
Radio
Protocol
Low Power
Measured MS Xmit
Current
or Power
(Amps)
Cntrl
Level
3.3 Volts
GSM850 0.308mA
HSDPA 0.395mA
Half Power
GSM Xmit
Power or
HSDPA Ch
Power
Meas.
(avg)
Max Power
Measured MS Xmit
Current
or
(Amps)
Power
Cntrl
Level
GSM Xmit
Power or
HSDPA Ch
Power
Meas.
(avg)
Measured MS Xmit
Current
or
(Amps)
Power
Cntrl
Level
GSM Xmit
Power or
HSDPA Ch
Power
Meas.
(avg)
28
3.5
0.313mA
15
12.1
0.731mA
0
31.9
All Down
N/A
0.457mA
Active
N/A
1.15mA
All Up
N/A
GSM850 0.197mA
28
3.5
0.198mA
15
12.1
0.358mA
0
31.9
HSDPA
All Down
N/A
0.286mA
Active
N/A
0.678mA
All Up
N/A
5 Volts
0.249mA
Note: This data is measured using an Agilent call box connected to the cellular radio.
Radio
Protocol
Peak Amplitude TX
Current (Amps) for
GSM850 or Peak
Current for HSDPA
Peak Current
during power
up (InRush
Amps)
Peak Current
Duration during
powerup (InRush
duration)
Peak Current
Peak Current
during Reset
Duration during
(InRush Amps) Reset (InRush
Duration)
3.56A
1.236A
3.96A
3.96A
2.00ms
2.00ms
2.4A
2.4A
0.760ms
0.760ms
GSM850
1.92A
3.96A
1.88ms
1.2A
0.400ms
HSDPA
0.728mA
3.96A
1.88ms
1.2A
0.400ms
3.3 Volts
GSM850
HSDPA
5 Volts
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Notes:





AT+CFUN=1 used to set radio function and power mode.
Instant Peak Tx: The peak current during a GSM850 transmission burst period or HSDPA connection. This
current is handled by bulk capacitance in a design.
Measured Current: The continuous current during a Transmit with the radio transmitter at specified power.
Inrush Current: The input current during power up, or a reset.
Registered Power: Registered to tower. Receive active for SMS. No data is sent.
MTSMC-H5-MI-IP
AT command
Radio Registration Data
used to set
Peak Current
Peak Current
Time (sec) to
radio function
and power mode Amplitude during Pulse Duration Peak
radio registration during radio
Registration
(Amps)
registration
Current Pulse
Radio Idle, SIM
installed and
connected to tower
(Amps)
GSM850
AT+CFUN=1
1.9A
.390ms
32
0.123mA
HSDPA
AT+CFUN=1
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.123mA
GSM850
AT+CFUN=1
0.911A
.390ms
32
0.081mA
HSDPA
AT+CFUN=1
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.081mA
Radio Protocol
3.3 Volts
5 Volts
Radio
Protocol
Low Power
Measured MS Xmit
Current
or Power
(Amps)
Cntrl
Level
3.3 Volts
GSM850 0.179mA
HSDPA 0.265mA
Half Power
GSM Xmit
Power or
HSDPA Ch
Power
Meas.
(avg)
Max Power
Measured MS Xmit
Current
or
(Amps)
Power
Cntrl
Level
GSM Xmit
Power or
HSDPA Ch
Power
Meas.
(avg)
Measured MS Xmit
Current
or
(Amps)
Power
Cntrl
Level
GSM Xmit
Power or
HSDPA Ch
Power
Meas.
(avg)
28
3.8
0.185mA
15
12.4
0.669mA
0
32
All Down
N/A
0.321mA
Active
N/A
0.831mA
All Up
N/A
GSM850 0.12mA
28
3.8
0.122mA
15
12.4
0.264mA
0
32
HSDPA
All Down
N/A
0.211mA
Active
N/A
0.502mA
All Up
N/A
5 Volts
0.174mA
Note: This data is measured using an Agilent call box connected to the cellular radio.
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Radio
Protocol
Peak Amplitude
TX Current
(Amps) for
GSM850 or Peak
Current for
HSDPA
Peak Current
during power
up (InRush
Amps)
Peak Current
Peak Current
Duration during during Reset
powerup
(InRush Amps)
(InRush
duration)
Peak Current Duration
during Reset (InRush
Duration)
2.33A
0.904mA
2.33
2.23
1.41ms
1.41ms
3.31A
N/A
0.400ms
N/A
GSM850
1.22A
2.95
1.68ms
1.23A
0.360ms
HSDPA
0.572mA
2.95
1.68ms
N/A
N/A
3.3 Volts
GSM850
HSDPA
5 Volts
Notes:





AT+CFUN=1 used to set radio function and power mode.
Instant Peak Tx: The peak current during a GSM850 transmission burst period or HSDPA connection. This
current is handled by bulk capacitance in a design.
Measured Current: The continuous current during a Transmit with the radio transmitter at specified power.
Inrush Current: The input current during power up, or a reset.
Registered Power: Registered to tower. Receive active for SMS. No data is sent.
MTSMC-H5-MI-GP
AT command
Radio Registration Data
used to set
Peak Current
Peak Current
Time (sec) to
radio function
and power mode Amplitude during Pulse Duration Peak
radio registration during radio
Registration
(Amps)
registration
Current Pulse
Radio Idle, SIM
installed and
connected to tower
(Amps)
GSM850
AT+CFUN=1
2.37A
.400ms
28
0.238mA
HSDPA
AT+CFUN=1
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.238mA
GSM850
AT+CFUN=1
1.07A
.400ms
28
0.157mA
HSDPA
AT+CFUN=1
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.156mA
Radio Protocol
3.3 Volts
5 Volts
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Radio
Protocol
Low Power
Measured MS Xmit
Current
or Power
(Amps)
Cntrl
Level
3.3 Volts
GSM850 0.295mA
HSDPA 0.386mA
Half Power
GSM Xmit
Power or
HSDPA Ch
Power
Meas.
(avg)
Max Power
Measured MS Xmit
Current
or
(Amps)
Power
Cntrl
Level
GSM Xmit
Power or
HSDPA Ch
Power
Meas.
(avg)
Measured MS Xmit
Current
or
(Amps)
Power
Cntrl
Level
GSM Xmit
Power or
HSDPA Ch
Power
Meas.
(avg)
28
3.7
0.3mA
15
12.6
0.862mA
0
31.8
All Down
N/A
0.445mA
Active
N/A
0.945mA
All Up
N/A
GSM850 0.195mA
28
3.7
0.198mA
15
12.6
0.368mA
0
32.1
HSDPA
All Down
N/A
0.290mA
Active
N/A
0.581mA
All Up
N/A
5 Volts
0.253mA
Note: This data is measured using an Agilent call box connected to the cellular radio.
Radio
Protocol
Peak Amplitude TX
Current (Amps) for
GSM850 or Peak
Current for HSDPA
Peak Current
during power
up (InRush
Amps)
Peak Current
Duration during
powerup (InRush
duration)
Peak Current
Peak Current
during Reset
Duration during
(InRush Amps) Reset (InRush
Duration)
2.500A
1.036A
2.18A
2.18A
1.48ms
1.48ms
3.59A
N/A
0.400ms
N/A
GSM850
1.560A
2.95A
1.60ms
1.51A
0.400ms
HSDPA
0.656mA
2.95A
1.60ms
N/A
N/A
3.3 Volts
GSM850
HSDPA
5 Volts
Notes:





AT+CFUN=1 used to set radio function and power mode.
Instant Peak Tx: The peak current during a GSM850 transmission burst period or HSDPA connection. This
current is handled by bulk capacitance in a design.
Measured Current: The continuous current during a Transmit with the radio transmitter at specified power.
Inrush Current: The input current during power up, or a reset.
Registered Power: Registered to tower. Receive active for SMS. No data is sent.
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Additional Information for the MTSMC-H5 Serial Device
Mode
IDLE mode (WCDMA)
AT+CFUN=5
IDLE mode (GSM/EDGE)
AT+CFUN=1
AT+CFUN=5
Average (mA)
Mode description
17ma
Full Function with power save
30ma
17ma
Normal mode: full functionality of the module
Full function with power save.
Reset hold
13ma
AT+CFUN=7
Operative mode (WCDMA)
WCDMA HSPA+ (0dBm)
WCDMA HSPA+ (22dBm)
Operative mode (EDGE)
EDGE 4TX+2RX
GSM900 PL5
DCS1800 PL0
Operative mode (GSM)
GPRS 4TX+2RX
GSM900 PL5
DCS1800 PL0
17-30
Deep sleep mode. Need to hold unit in reset event until
wake up. Disabled TX and RX and AT commands.
Full Function w/periodic power save.
286
610
WCDMA data call (Cat 14, TX = 0dBm)
WCDMA data call (Cat 14, TX = 22dBm)
EDGE Sending data mode
495
484
GPRS Sending data mode
580
438
Set Phone and Registration Functionality +CFUN
AT+CFUN=[<fun>[,<rst>]] Sets the functionality level in the ME.
<fun>
Power saving function mode.
+CFUN=0 is not operational. The board wakes it.
0
1
Mobile full functions with power saving disabled. Default: 1.
4
Disable both TX and RX.
5
Mobile full functions with power saving enabled.
7
CYCLIC SLEEP mode. In this mode, the serial interface is periodically
enabled while CTS is active. If characters are recognized on the serial
interface, the ME stays active for 2 seconds after the last character was
sent or received. ME exits SLEEP mode only, if AT+CFUN=1 is entered.
Reset flag.
Do not reset the ME before setting it to <fun> function level.
<rst>
0
1
21
Reset the device. The device is fully functional after the reset. This value is
available only for <fun> = 1
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Notes






Issuing AT+CFUN=4[,0] actually causes the device to perform either a network deregistration or a SIM
deactivation.
Enabling power saving reduces power consumption during idle time, thus allowing a longer standby time with a
given battery capacity.
 To place the device in power saving mode, set the <fun> parameter to value = 5 and the line DTR (RS232) to
OFF.
 Once in power saving, the CTS line switch to the OFF status to signal that the device is really in power saving
condition.
 During the power saving condition, before sending any AT command on the serial line, set the DTR to ON
(0V) to exit from power saving and wait for the CTS (RS232) line to go in ON status.
Power saving does not affect the network behavior of the device. Even during the power save condition the
device remains registered on the network and reachable for incoming calls or SMS. If a call comes in during the
power save, the device will wake up and proceed normally with the unsolicited incoming call code.
When the device detects a connected USB port, the power saving mode is not allowed.
In CYCLIC SLEEP mode (AT+CFUN=7) CTS line toggles slowly, the toggle delay is about 2 seconds.
In CYCLIC SLEEP mode (AT+CFUN=7) during incoming voice call the CTS line continues to toggle.
GSM Power Saving Modes for Serial Devices
The H5 serial devices provide a function that reduces the power consumption when they are in IDLE state (waiting
for a call), allowing a longer activity with a given battery capacity. You can configure the power saving function in
several modes as needed.
To verify the power saving modes supported by your device, use the AT+CFUN=? command.
AT+CFUN=?
+CFUN: (0,1,2,4,5,7,9),(0)
OK
AT+CFUN=?
+CFUN: (0,1,2,4,5,7,9),(0, 1)
OK
AT+CFUN=?
+CFUN: (0,1,4,5,7),(0, 1)
OK
Legacy device.
Device supports all modes.
Device in the H5 family.
To select the power saving mode for your device, use the following AT Command:
AT+CFUN=[<fun>[,<rst>]]
Example
Check the current mode:
AT+CFUN?
+CFUN: 1
OK
CFUN = 1, device with full functionality and power saving disabled (factory setting)
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RTS Control of Power Mode AT+CFUN=9.
Device in power saving mode, this command forces the module to monitor the RTS control line indicating if the
user application (DTE) is ready to receive data from the module (DCE):


RTS OFF: This condition causes the module (DCE) to power down its serial port and stays in CFUN=0 or CFUN=9
mode, in accordance with the entered command.
RTS ON: This condition causes the module (DCE) to power up its serial port and enters CFUN=1 mode (Normal
Operative Mode, factory setting).
DTR Control of Power Mode AT+CFUN=5
In CFUN=5 mode, the module monitors the DTR line, indicating if the user application (running on the DTE) is
ready to operate:


DTR OFF: The module enters power saving mode (11- 20ma)
DTR ON: The module detects this control line condition and exits power saving mode.
In AT+CFUN=7 mode, the module forces CTS=OFF when it enters power saving mode. After exiting power saving
mode, it forces CTS=ON.
CTS control line indicates permission from the DCE for the DTE to send data to the DCE. When the module is not
ready to receive data (e.g.: commands) it ties up the CTS line, when it is ready to receive data it ties down the CTS
line. The user application can monitor the CTS control line to check if the module is ready for commands, in
accordance with V.24 Standard
Notes




23
When the module is powered ON the power saving function is disabled (CFUN=1, factory setting) in order to
guarantee the data exchange between the H5 device and the user device; for this reason the CFUN mode
command should be entered after every power up.
The protocol implementation of the module requires a delay between consecutive activation of CFUN=1 and
CFUN=4 (or vice versa) modes. It is suggested you use a delay of 10 sec.
The power saving function does not affect the network activity of the module. During the power saving mode
the module remains registered on the network and reachable for incoming calls or SMS. If a call comes in during
the power saving mode, the module will wake up and proceed normally with the unsolicited incoming call code.
Assume that the module is in power saving mode. The paging time range is 0.5 - 2.1 sec, depending on DRX time
set by network. When the module wakes up from the power saving mode, it takes a maximum of 150 ms before
checking the DTR line coming from the DTE. If a command is received during power saving, the module needs at
least 0.5-2.1 sec +150 ms to be ready. Use a delay of at least 2250 ms between opening the port (DTR=ON) and
sending commands.
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Chapter 4 – Device Specific Regulatory Information
The following is device specific FCC and Industry Canada information. For additional approval and regulatory
information, see the Universal Socket Developer Guide.
FCC Part 15
FCC Identifier
Equipment Class
Notes
FCC Rule Parts
Approval
RI7HE910
Part 15 Class Computing Device Peripheral
WWAN Module
15B
Single Modular
FCC Grant Parts 22, 24, and 27
FCC Identifier
Equipment Class
Notes
Approval
FCC Rule Parts
22H
22H
22H
27
24E
24E
24E
RI7HE910
PCS Licensed Transmitter
WWAN Module
Single Modular
Frequency Range (MHz)
824.2 - 824.2
824.2 - 848.8
826.4 - 846.4
1712.4 - 1752.6
1850.2 - 1909.8
1850.2 - 1909.8
1852.4 - 1907.6
Output Watts
1.995
0.997
0.446
0.226
0.993
0.38
0.243
Frequency Tolerance
1.0 PM
1.0 PM
1.0 PM
1.0 PM
1.0 PM
1.0 PM
1.0 PM
Emission Designators
300KGXW
300KG7W
4M20F9W
4M20F9W
300KGXW
300KG7W
4M20F9W
Power listed is conducted. The maximum antenna gain including cable loss for compliance with radiated power
limits, RF exposure requirements and the categorical exclusion requirements of 2.1091 is 5.22 dBi for part 22H,
3.31 dBi for part 24E and 6.45 dBi for part 27. The antenna(s) used for this transmitter must be installed to provide
a separation distance of at least 20cm from all persons and must not be co-located or operated in conjunction
with any antenna or transmitter not described under this FCC id, except in accordance with FCC multi-transmitter
product procedures. The final product operating with this transmitter must include operating instructions and
antenna installation instructions, for end-users and installers to satisfy RF exposure compliance requirements.
Compliance of this device in all final product configurations is the responsibility of the Grantee. Installation of this
device into specific final products may require the submission of a Class II permissive change application
containing data pertinent to RF Exposure, spurious emissions, ERP/EIRP, and host/module authentication, or new
application if appropriate.
This device contains GSM functions that are not operational in the U.S. Territories. This filing is only applicable for
U.S. operations.
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CHAPTER 4 –FCC AND INDUSTRY CANADA INFORMATION
Industry Canada
Certification Number/No. de Certification
5131A-HE910
Type of Radio Equipment/Genre de Matériel
Advanced Wireless Services Equipment (1710-1755 MHz and
2110-2155 MHz) Cellular Mobile
GSM (824-849 MHz) Modular Approval PCS Mobile
(1850-1910 MHz)
HE910
Model/Modele
Specification/
Cahier des
Charges
RSS133
RSS133
RSS132
RSS139
RSS133
RSS132
RSS132
Issue/ From
Édition Frequency/
De Fréquences
5.0
1.85 G
5.0
1.852 G
2.0
824.2 M
2.0
1.712 G
5.0
1.85 G
2.0
826.4 M
2.0
824.2 M
To
Emission Designation/
Frequency/ Designation
Á Fréquences D’émission
1.91 G
241KGXW
1.908 G
4M09F9W
848.8 M
248KG7W
1.753 G
4M06F9W
1.91 G
252KG7W
846.4 M
4M07F9W
848.8 M
240KGXW
Minimum Power
Maximum
Power
993 mW
243 mW
997 mW
226 mW
380 mW
446 mW
1.995 mW
993 mW
243 mW
997 mW
226 mW
380 mW
446 mW
1.995 mW
EMC, Safety, and R&TTE Directive Compliance
Hereby, MULTI-TECH SYSTEMS INC, declares that these SocketModem Cell and iCell HSPA+ modules are in
compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
In order to satisfy the essential requirements of 1999/5/EC Directive, the module is compliant with the following
standards:
RF spectrum use (R&TTE art. 3.2)
EN 301 511 V9.0.2
EN 301 908-1 V5.2.1
EN 301 908-2 V5.2.1
EN 300 440-2 V1.4.1 (1)
EMC (R&TTE art. 3.1b)
EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2
EN 301 489-3 V1.4.1 (1)
EN 301 489-7 V1.3.1
EN 301 489-24 V1.5.1
Health & Safety (R&TTE art. 3.1a)
EN 60950-1:2006 + A11:2009 + A1:2010 + A12:2011 + AC:2011
EN 62311:2008
(1)Only applicable to MTSMC-H5-MI-GP and MTSMC-H5-IP-GP product version.
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The conformity assessment procedure referred to in Article 10 and detailed in Annex IV of Directive 1995/5/EC has
been followed with the involvement of the following Notified Body:
AT4 wireless, S.A.
Parque Tecnologico de Andalucía
C/ Severo Ochoa 2
295990 Campanillas – Málaga
SPAIN
Notified Body No: 1909
Thus, the following marking is included on the product:
There is no restriction for the commercialization of this device in all European Union countries.
The CE mark is affixed to this product to confirm compliance with the following European Community Directives:
Council Directive 2004/108/EC of 15 December 2004 on the approximation of the laws of Member States
relating to electromagnetic compatibility;
and
Council Directive 2006/95/EC of 12 December 2006 on the harmonization of the laws of Member States
relating to electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits;
and
Council Directive 1999/5/EC of 9 March 1999 on radio equipment and telecommunications terminal
equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity.
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CHAPTER 5 – CARRIER SPECIFIC INFORMATION
Chapter 5 – Carrier Specific Information
Notice for Devices that Use Aeris Radios
One component of your device is a radio. A radio algorithm prevents your device from repeatedly attempting to
connect to the network when the radio:

cannot establish a packet data connection or

fails to access the application server.
When writing applications for your devices, ensure that your applications do not interfere with the radio's
connection retry algorithm. If you fail to do so, Aeris might block network access for your devices.
After your devices reach the end of their commercial lifespan, you must remove them from the Aeris network. To
do so, remove power from the devices and remove their antennas. If your devices continue to attempt to register
with the network after you cancel device subscriptions, Aeris can bill you for any traffic generated by those
devices.
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Chapter 6 – Application Notes
LED Interface
The LED signal indicates the SocketModem working status. Refer to the mechanical drawing for LED locations.
LED 1 – Heartbeat – IP and –GP Builds Only
LED 1 Signal
OFF
Blinking
Heartbeat LED
No power to the unit.
Power on.
LED 2 – Link Status – All Builds
LED 2 Signal
OFF
ON
Link Status LED
No power to the unit.
Continuously lit
Powered and connected, but not transmitting or receiving.
Slow blink (-0.2Hz)
Powered and searching for a connection.
Faster blink (-3Hz)
Transmitting or receiving.
Note:
For non-IP builds, to ensure that the Link Status LED works properly, issue the following AT Command
sequence to the GPIO:
AT#GPIO=1,0,2
AT#SLED=2
LED 3 – Signal Strength –IP and –GP Builds Only
LED 3 Signal
OFF
Blinking
Signal Strength LED
No signal.
+CSQ
GSM
99
HSDPA
99
The faster the LED blinks, the stronger the signal.
1.5 s flash
+CSQ
GSM
5-10
HSDPA
4-10
600ms flash
+CSQ
GSM
11-20
HSDPA
11-20
200ms flash
+CSQ
GSM
21-31
HSDPA
21-31
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CHAPTER 6 –APPLICATION NOTES
LED 4 – GPS Status – GP Builds
LED 4 Signal
OFF
ON
GPS Status LED
No power to the unit.
Continuously lit
Satellite not acquired.
Blinking
Satellite acquired.
RF Performances
RF performances are compliant with the ETSI recommendation 05.05 and 11.10. The module’s radio transceiver
meets the requirements of 3GPP Release 5 & 6. All values indicated are conducted.
Receiver Features
Category
GSM 850 Sensitivity
E-GSM 900 Sensitivity
DCS 1800 Sensitivity
PCS 1900 Sensitivity
UMTS Band I 2100 Sensitivity
UMTS Band II 1900 Sensitivity
UMTS Band V 850 Sensitivity
UMTS Band VI 800 Sensitivity
Description
< -109 dBm
< -106 dBm
< -105 dBm
< -105 dBm
< -109 dBm
< -108 dBm
< -110 dBm
< -110 dBm
Transmitter Features
Category
Maximum output power (GSM 850 / GSM 900)
Maximum output power (DCS 1800 / PCS 1900)
Maximum output power (UMTS Band II 1900, V 850, &VI 800)
Maximum output power (UMTS Band I 2100)
Description
+32 dBm ± 1 dBm GSMK mode (class 4)
+27 dBm ± 1 dBm 8PSK mode (class E2)
+29 dBm ± 1 dBm GSMK mode (class 1)
+26 dBm ± 1 dBm 8PSK mode (class E2)
+23 dBm ± 1 dBm (class 3)
+23 dBm ± 1 dBm (class 3)
RF Connection and Antenna
The RF connector on the SocketModem is a UFL standard type. See the Universal Socket Developer Guide for
antenna details.
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Frequency Bands
Mode
GSM850
EGSM900
DCS1800
PCS1900
WCDMA850
(band V)
WCDMA900
(band VIII)
WCDMA1700
(band IV)
WCDMA1900
(band II)
WCDMA2100
(band I)
Freq. TX (MHz)
824.2- 848.8
890.0 - 914.8
Freq. RX (MHz)
869.2 - 893.8
935.0 - 959.8
Channels
128 - 251
0 - 124
TX - RX offset
45 MHz
45 MHz
880.2 - 889.8
925.2 - 934.8
975 - 1023
45 MHz
1710.2 - 1784.8
1850.2 - 1909.8
826.4 - 846.6
1805.2 - 1879.8
1930.2 - 1989.8
871.4 - 891.6
95MHz
80MHz
45MHz
882.4 - 912.6
927.4 - 957.6
1710.4 - 1755.6
2112.4 - 2167.6
1852.4 - 1907.6
1932.4 - 1987.6
1922.4 - 1977.6
2112.4 - 2167.6
512 - 885
512 - 810
Tx: 4132 - 4233
Rx: 4357 - 4458
Tx: 2712 - 2863
Rx: 2937 - 3088
Tx: 1312 - 1513
Rx: 9662 - 9938
Tx: 9262 - 9538
Rx: 9662 - 9938
Tx: 9612 - 9888
Rx: 10562 - 10838
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400MHz
80MHz
190MHz
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