GD52/GD92/GD92C Personal Cellular Telephone

GD52/GD92/GD92C Personal Cellular Telephone
Order Number: MCUK000601C8
Personal Cellular Telephone
EB-GD52
EB-GD92
EB-GD92C
Specification
900 MHz
1800 MHz
Frequency Range
Tx: 890 - 915MHz
Rx: 935 - 960 MHz
Tx: 1710 - 1785 MHz
Rx: 1805 - 1880 MHz
Tx/Rx frequency separation
45 MHz
95 MHz
RF Channel Bandwidth
200 kHz
Number of RF channels
124
Speech coding
Full rate/Half rate/Enhanced Full rate
Operating temperature
-10 °C to +55 °C
Type
Class 4 Handheld
Class 1 Handheld
RF Output Power
2 W maximum
1 W maximum
Modulation
GMSK (BT = 0.3)
Connection
8 ch/TDMA
Voice digitizing
13 kbps RPE-LTP / 13 kps ACLEP / 5.6 kps CELP / VSLEP
Transmission speed
270.3 kbps
Diversity
Frequency hopping
Signal Reception
Double superheterodyne
Intermediate Frequencies
225 MHz and 45 MHz
374
50 Ω
Antenna Terminal Impedance
Antenna VSWR
<2.1 : 1
Dimensions
Height: 118.1 mm
Width: 40.5 mm
Depth: 16.4 mm (GD92/92C), 21.4 mm (GD52)
Volume
GD52: 99 ml
GD92/92C: 74.5 ml
Weight
GD52: 99 g
GD92/92C: 77 g
Display
Graphical chip on glass liquid crystal, Alphanumeric,
16 x 3 characters (GD52), 16 x 4 characters (GD92/92C),
5 icons and 6 x 1 characters
Illumination
4 LEDs for the LCD (Green)
8 LEDs for the keypad (Green)
1 LED Incoming call (Green)
1 Charging LED (Red)
Keypad
17 keys, Navigation key
SIM
Plug-in type only
External DC Supply Voltage
5.8 V
Battery
GD52: 3.6V nominal, 600mAh, NiMH
GD92/92C: 3.7 V nominal, 650mAh, Li-Ion
Standby Battery Life
DRX 9
GD52: 140 hrs
GD92/92C: 160 hrs maximum
Conversation Battery Life
PL 7, DTX 50%
GD52: 180 minutes
GD92/92C: 210 minutes
Battery life figures are dependent on network conditions.
WARNING
This service information is designed for experienced repair technicians only and is not designed for use by the general public. It does not
contain warnings or cautions to advise non-technical individuals of potential dangers in attempting to service a product.
Products powered by electricity should be serviced or repaired only by experienced professional technicians. Any attempt to service or
repair the product or products dealt with in this service manual by anyone else could result in serious injury or death.
© 2000 Matsushita Communication Industrial UK
Ltd. All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and
distribution is a violation of law.
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any third party, either in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of Matsushita Communication Industrial UK Ltd.
Every care has been taken to ensure that the contents of this manual give an accurate representation of the equipment.
However, Matsushita Communication Industrial UK Ltd. accepts no responsibility for inaccuracies which may occur and
reserves the right to make changes to specification or design without prior notice.
The information contained in this manual and all rights in any designs disclosed therein, are and remain the exclusive property
of Matsushita Communication Industrial UK Ltd.
Other patents applying to material contained in this publication:
BULL CP8 PATENTS
Comments or correspondence concerning this manual should be addressed to:
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WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS
WARNING
The equipment described in this manual contains polarized capacitors utilising liquid electrolyte. These devices are entirely safe provided
that neither a short-circuit nor a reverse polarity connection is made across the capacitor terminals.
FAILURE TO OBSERVE THIS WARNING COULD RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT OR, AT WORST, POSSIBLE INJURY
TO PERSONNEL RESULTING FROM ELECTRIC SHOCK OR THE AFFECTED CAPACITOR EXPLODING. EXTREME CARE MUST
BE EXERCISED AT ALL TIMES WHEN HANDLING THESE DEVICES.
Caution
The equipment described in this manual contains electrostatic devices (ESDs). Damage can occur to these devices if the appropriate
handling procedure is not adhered to.
ESD Handling Precautions
A working area where ESDs may be safely handled without undue risk of damage from electrostatic discharge, must be
available. The area must be equipped as follows:
Working Surfaces: - All working surfaces must have a dissipative bench mat, SAFE for use with live equipment, connected via
a 1 MΩ resistor (usually built into the lead) to a common ground point.
Wrist Strap - A quick release skin contact device with a flexible cord, which has a built in safety resistor of approximately 1 MΩ
shall be used. The flexible cord must be attached to a dissipative earth point.
Containers - All containers and storage must be of the conductive type.
Batteries
This equipment may contain an internal battery in addition to the external battery packs. These batteries are recyclable and
should be disposed of in accordance with local legislation. They must not be incinerated, or disposed of as ordinary rubbish.
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1 INTRODUCTION
1.1.
Purpose of this Manual
This Service Manual contains the information and procedures required for installing, operating and servicing the Panasonic
GSM Personal Cellular Mobile Telephone system operating on the GSM Digital Cellular Network.
1.2.
Structure of the Manual
The manual is structured to provide service engineering personnel with the following information and procedures:
1.
General and technical information - provides a basic understanding of the equipment, kits and options, together with
detailed information for each of the major component parts.
2.
Installation and operating information - provides instructions for unpacking, installing and operating the equipment.
3.
Servicing information - provides complete instructions for the testing, disassembly, repair and reassembly of each major
component part. Step-by-step troubleshooting information is given to enable the isolation and identification of a
malfunction, and thus determine what corrective action should be taken. The test information enables verification of the
integrity of the equipment after any remedial action has been carried out.
4.
Illustrated parts list - provided to enable the identification of all equipment components, for the ordering of spare /
replacement parts.
1.3.
Servicing Responsibilities
The procedures described in this manual must be performed by qualified service engineering personnel, at an authorised
service centre.
The service engineering personnel are responsible for fault diagnosis and repair of all equipment described in this manual.
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2 GENERAL DESCRIPTION
2.1.
General
This section provides a general description and kit composition details for the GSM Handportable Telephone system and
optional kits.
2.2.
Features
2.2.1
Standard Features
Panasonic Telephone Models GD52, GD92 and GD92C are high performance, small, light, handsets for business and
domestic use. The following features are included as standard:
1.
Triple Rate, which includes Full Rate, Half rate and Enhanced Full Rate (EFR) speech, codec.
2.
Dual Band, GSM 900 and GSM 1800 operation.
3.
Tegic T9 Text Entry
4.
Voice Ringer
5.
Desktop Handsfree function comprising integral echo cancellation and noise suppression.
2.2.2
GD92 and GD92C
In addition, GD92 and GD92C have the following features:
1.
E-Mail access via Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP).
2.
Voice Command dialling.
3.
Backup Battery.
4.
Four background display colours.
The GD92C has extra RAM to accommodate the Chinese character set.
2.3.
Handportable Main Kit
Figure 2.1: Handportable Main Unit Kit Contents
2.3.2
GD52 Contents
ITEM
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Main Unit GD52
EB-GD52
2
Battery, Standard
EB-BSD52
3
AC Adaptor
EB-CAD52
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GD92 Contents
ITEM
2.3.4
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
1
Main Unit GD92
EB-GD92
2
Battery, Standard
EB-BSD92B (Blue)
- or
EB-BSD92T (Titanium)
3
AC Adaptor
EB-CAD92
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Documentation
See Section 7
GD92C Contents
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1
Main Unit GD92C
EB-GD92C
2
Battery, Standard
EB-BSD92B (Blue)
- or
EB-BSD92T (Titanium)
3
AC Adaptor
EB-CAD92
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Documentation
See Section 7
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3 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
3.1.
General
This section provides a brief guide to the operation and facilities available on the GD52, GD92 and GD92C telephone handsets.
Refer to the Operating Instructions supplied with the telephones for full operational information.
3.2.
LCD Display
The telephone unit has a graphical chip on glass liquid crystal display in conjunction with the following icons:
Figure 3.1: LCD Display
Indicates received signal strength:
strong signal area;
weak signal area.
Indicates that it is possible to make an emergency call.
Menu
Number
The number of the feature indicated by the pointer. To access a feature enter the menu number on the keypad.
Displays the battery charge level:
Battery is at full charge;
Battery requiresl charging;
The battery
icon flashes during charging. During car mount use, when the battery is fully charged, the icon will not light.
Menu Icon
Displays a small icon related to the current status of the telephone:
telephone is roaming on a non-home network.
using the “Call Divert” feature or the telephone has Call-Divert set;
shows that vibration alert is switched on;
shows that the telephone is in silent mode - no tones;
flashes to indicate that there are unread text (SMS) messages. Lit when SMS area is full;
indicates the telephone is locked;
shows that the normal character set has been selected;
shows that the Greek character set has been selected;
shows that the Extended character set has been selected;
shows that numbers have been selected for text entry.
Indicates that the navigation key (
Option Area
Pressing the select key (
) can be pressed. Each arrow will light individually to indicate which direction is valid.
) will select the option displayed in the option area of the display.
Following some operations, the display will clear automatically after three seconds or after pressing any key except
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3.3.
Location of Controls
Incoming / Charge indicator:
Green - Incoming call.
Red - Charging battery pack.
External connector:
Used to connect to external accessories or to charging equipment.
Antenna
Earpiece
Incoming Call /
Charging Indicator
Display
Memo Key
(GD92 / GD92C)
External Antenna
Connector
Desktop Handsfree
Speaker
External I/O
Connector
Microphone
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Figure 3.2: Location of Controls
Navigation Key. Scrolls through options or features menu and increases or decreases volume.
Select Key. Selects option shown in the Option Area of the display.
Phonebook Key. Browses through the Phonebook or stores a number in the Phonebook. Changes the type of
characters entered during Alpha Entry.
Send Key. Makes a call.
Clear Key. Clears the last digit entered, clears all digits when pressed and held or returns to the previous
display.
End Key. Ends a call or switches the telephone on/off when pressed and held.
to
Digit keys. Enter wild numbers or pauses when pressed and held. Where appropriate the 0 key scrolls up or
down through abbreviated control names and then select to reveal the international access code “+”.
Vibrator enable/disable Key. Press and hold to enable or disable the vibrator.
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3.4.
Concept of Operation
There is a close relationship between the Select Key, Navigation Key and display.
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Figure 3.3: Concept of Operation
Pressing up and down (
display.
) will move the pointer up and down and scroll through more information in the main area of the
Pressing left and right (
Key ( ).
) will scroll through options in the option area of the display. To choose the option press the Select
3.5.
Alpha Entry
3.5.1
Character Set / Key Assignments
Alpha entry is used to enter alphanumeric characters in to the Phonebook, Short Messages and Greeting Message areas
Character / Operation
Key
Normal
Greek
Extended
“@–,.;:!¡?¿()‘&%+–/<>=£$¥¤§
Num
1
ABCabc
AÄÅÆBCÇaàbc
2
DEFdef
DEÉFdeèéf
3
GHIghi
GHIghiì
4
JKLjkl
JKLjkl
5
MNOmno
MNÑOÖømnñoòö
6
PQRSpqrs
PQRSpqrsß
7
TUVtuv
TUÜVtuùüv
8
WX Y Zw x y z
WX Y Zw x y z
9
Deletes the character above the cursor, deletes the character to the left when at the end of the line or clears the entire
entry when pressed and held.
Each time a key is pressed, it will display the next character. When another key is pressed, or no key is pressed for a short
time, the cursor will move to the next position.
To cycle between Greek characters (
press
.
3.5.2
), extended characters (W), numerals (X) and normal characters (U)
Editing Alpha Entry
Pressing
will move the cursor up or down one line. Pressing
will move the cursor left or right one character. When the
cursor is moved over a character and another key pressed this will insert the new character.
Pressing
will delete the character to the left of the cursor.
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3.6.
Incoming Call Line Identification (CLI)
When a call is received the last 6 digits of the CLI information is matched with the phonebook. Therefore an incoming call could
match to the wrong phonebook entry.
3.7.
Hot Key Dial Source List
The source for Hot Key Dial Numbers is normally ‘Phonebook’ or ‘Service Dial Numbers’. For some OEMs it may be a
requirement to store these numbers in the EEPROM. When the source is the EEPROM and the telephone software is updated,
the source numbers may be lost. Also, if the user changes the source of the Hot Key Dial numbers, it will not be possible to
redirect the source back to the EEPROM. However, in the event that an OEM would like the Hot Key Dial source to be stored
in the EEPROM, it is unlikely that the user will have the option to change the Hot Key Dial source.
3.8.
Features Menu Structure
Keyguard
Browse
Create
Alert Profile **
Group Setting
Review
My Numbers
Service Dial
Hot Key Dial
Personal Dial
Speed Dial
Phonebook
Messages
Applications
Personalise
Short Message
E-Mail **
Clock Function
Calculator
Currency
Language
Tones
Display Setting
Vibration Alert
Auto Answer
DTMF Length
Defaults
Call Service
Call Divert
Clock Set
Clock Format
Alarm Set
Power On Time
Power Off Time
Voice Calls
Fax Calls
Data Calls
Cancel All
Status
Phone Lock
Call Bar
PIN
PIN2
Fixed Dial
Barred Dial
New Network
Search Mode
Network List
Received List
Send List
Create
User Defined Msg
Review
Parameters
Broadcasts
Display Pattern
Display Format
Receive
Message List
Topics
Languages
Home **
Visitor **
Time Difference
Summer Time
Auto Adjustment
All Tones
Ring Volume
Ring Type
Melody Composer **
Voice Ringer
Key Volume
Warning Tone
Greeting
Backlight Colour **
Contrast
Animation
Last Call
All Calls
Call Waiting
Caller’s ID
Withhold ID
Call Charge
Security
Network
Inbox
Outbox
Create
Send / Receive
Review
Parameters
Auto Delete
Lifetime
Message Centre
Report
Protocol
Time Set
Summer Time
Auto Adjustment
Home Country
Display Language
Tegic Language
Voice Calls
Fax Calls **
Data Calls **
Messages
Recording
Playback
Cost Left
Price/Unit
Max cost
Warning at
Bar Voice
Bar Fax
Bar Data
Cancel All
Status
Password
** Feature available in GD92 only.
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Figure 3.4: Features Menu Structure
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3.9.
Public Man Machine Interface (MMI)
3.9.1
General
It is possible to operate all GSM telephones in the same way using the Public MMI. The following operations will work with all
GSM telephones. However, this information is restricted to those operations supported by GD52, GD92 and GD92C
telephones.
The * and # in the following procedures should be replaced by
replaced with
and
keys.
3.9.2
and
respectively. Also <SND> and <END> should be
Reading the Phonebook Memory Location
# <MEMORY LOCATION>
Leading zeros can be left out of the location number, e.g. 007 can be 7.
3.9.3
Presentation of IMEI
*#06#
3.9.4
Security
Change PIN
* * 0 4 * <OLD PIN> * <NEW PIN> * <NEW PIN> #
Change PIN2
* * 0 4 2 * <OLD PIN2> * <NEW PIN2> * <NEW PIN2> #
Unblock PIN
* * 0 5 * <PIN UNBLOCKING KEY> * <NEW PIN> * <NEW PIN> #
Unblock PIN2
* * 0 5 * <PIN2 UNBLOCKING KEY> * <NEW PIN2> * <NEW PIN2> #
3.9.5
Call Hold
Place a Call on Hold
2 <SND>
Recall a Held Call
2 <SND>
Make a Second Call
<TELEPHONE NUMBER> <SND>
Swap between two Held Calls
2 <SND>
End Held Call
0 <SND>
End Active Call
1 <SND>
Reject Incoming Call
0 <SND>
3.9.6
Call Waiting
Enable Call Waiting
* 4 3 * <SND>
Disable Call Waiting
# 4 3 * <SND>
Call Waiting Status
* # 4 3 * # <SND>
3.9.7
Calling Line Identification
Feature
Service Code
Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP)
30
Calling Line Identification Restriction (CLIR)
31
Connected Line Presentation (CLOP)
76
Connected Line Restriction (CLOR)
77
Enable
* <SERVICE CODE> * # <SND>
Disable
# <SERVICE CODE> * # <SND>
Temporary Suppress Identification
* 4 3 * <SND>
Temporary Display Identification
4 3 * <SND>
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3.9.8
Telecommunication Services used for Public MMI
Teleservice
Service
MMI Service Code
All teleservices
10
Telephony
11
All data teleservices
12
Facsimilie services
13
Short Message Services (SMS)
16
All teleservices except SMS
19
Voice group services
17
Bearer Service
Service
3.9.9
MMI Service Code
All bearer services
20
All asynchronous services
21
All synchronous services
22
All data synchronous services
24
All data asynchronous services
25
All dedicated packet access
26
All dedicated PAD access
27
Call Divert
Call Divert Type
Service Code
Divert all calls
21
Divert all calls if busy
67
Divert calls if no reply
61
Divert if not reachable
62
Set (except “No Reply” Call
Bar
* * <SERVICE CODE> * <FORWARD TELEPHONE NUMBER> * <TELECOMMUNICATION
SERVICE> # <SND>
Set “No Reply” Call Bar
* * <SERVICE CODE> * <FORWARD TELEPHONE NUMBER> * <TELECOM’ SERVICE> * <TIME
TO RING (sec)> # <SND>
Clear
# # <SERVICE CODE> * <TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE> * # <SND>
Status
* * # <SERVICE CODE> * <TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE> * # <SND>
Clear all Call Diverts
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3.9.10 Call Bar
Call Ball Type
Service Code
All outgoing calls
33
Outgoing International calls
331
Outgoing International calls except those to the PLMN country
332
All incoming calls
35
Incoming international calls when roaming
351
Set
* <PASSWORD> * <TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE> # <SND>
Clear
# <TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE> # <SND>
Status
# <TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE> # <SND>
Clear all Call Bar Types
# 3 3 0 * <PASSWORD> # <SND>
Change Call Bar Password
* * 0 3 * * <OLD PASSWORD> * <NEW PASSWORD> * <NEW PASSWORD> # <SND>
3.10. Troubleshooting
The user is given the following information and advised to contact the dealer if the problems persist:
Problem
Cause
Remedy
Telephone will not switch
on
Check that the battery pack is fully charged and correctly
connected to the telephone.
Extremely short battery
life for a new battery pack
The network in use and the condition of the
battery pack can affect battery life.
Avoid areas of poor reception. Ensure batteries are fully
charged. Additionally, for NiMH batteries, ensure batteries are
also discharged fully before recharging.
Short battery life for an
old battery pack
The battery pack was worn out.
Replace with a new one.
Short battery life for NiMH battery pack
The life of the battery pack is affected by
improper charging, this is inherent in all NiMH batteries.
To maintain maximum performance, always use until the Low
Battery Warning appears and then fully recharge the battery
pack. To revive a Battery Pack, use the telephone until the
Low Battery Warning appears and then fully recharge three
times. However, if the battery life still is short, the battery pack
has eventually worn out. Replace with a new one.
The battery level indicator
does not light when
charging
If a battery is deeply discharged it will take a
short time before there is sufficient power in
the telephone to light the battery level
indicator
.
Leave to charge for several minutes in temperatures between
+5°C and +35°C.
Calls cannot be made
The telephone is locked.
Unlock the telephone (Menu: Security: Phone Lock).
Outgoing calls are barred.
Disable the outgoing call barring (Menu: Security: Call Bar).
The telephone is not registered to a network.
Move to a coverage area and operate the telephone after it
has registered with a network.
Calls cannot be made
from Fixed Dial Store
Calls cannot be received
Emergency calls cannot
be made
Telephone numbers
cannot be recalled
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switched on (Menu: Security: Fixed Dial). Check the
telephone number is stored in the Fixed Dial.
The telephone is not switched on.
Switch the telephone on.
Incoming calls are barred.
Disable the incoming call barring (Menu: Security: Call Bar).
The telephone is not registered to a network.
Move to a coverage area and operate the telephone after it
has registered with a network.
User’s phone is not in a GSM coverage area.
Check that the antenna symbol
is displayed. Move to a
coverage area and operate the telephone when the antenna
symbol is displayed.
The telephone is locked.
Unlock the telephone (Menu: Security: Phone Lock).
Fixed Dial is switched on.
Switch off Fixed Dial (Menu: Security: Fixed Dial).
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3.11. Important Error Messages
The following table is a list of error messages that may occur during use of the telephone, with a description and suggested
course of action:
Error Message
Explanation / Remedy
Area not Allowed
Roaming in the selected area is not allowed.
Network not Allowed
Roaming with the selected network is not allowed.
Security Failure
The network has detected authentication failure because the SIM is not registered with that network. Contact
the Service Provider.
SIM Blocked
The SIM is blocked because the wrong PUK has been entered ten times. Contact the Service Provider.
SIM Error
The telephone has detected a problem with the SIM. Switch the telephone off and then back on. If the
message does not disappear, contact the Service Provider.
Message Rejected
Store Full
A message has been received but the message store is full. To receive messages, delete some of the currently
stored messages or set messages to automatically clear (Menu: Messages: Parameters: Auto Delete).
PIN2 Invalidated
The PIN2 is blocked permanently because the wrong PUK2 has been entered 10 times. Services controlled by
PIN2 cannot be used. Contact the Service Provider.
Warning Store Full
Continue?
The message area is full. New messages cannot be stored until some of the currently stored messages are
deleted.
Auto Redial List Full
Redial list of unsuccessfully dialled numbers is full. Switch the telephone off and then on again.
3.12. Security Codes
Code Type
Number of Digits
Description
Personal
Identification Number
(PIN)
4 to 8
Controls SIM security. Supplied by the service provider.
PIN 2
4 to 8
Controls memory security. Supplied by the service provider.
8
Used to unblock PIN and PIN 2. A PIN or PIN 2 will become blocked if the
wrong PIN or PIN 2 is entered three times. When the blocked PIN or PIN 2
is unblocked, a new PIN or PIN 2 must be entered. If the wrong PUK or
PUK 2 is entered 10 times, the cursorr SIM will be unusable.
Password
4
Controls the call bar function. If the wrong password is entered three
times, this service will be revoked. Supplied by the service provider.
Lock Code
4
Controls telephone security.
PIN/PIN 2 Unblocking
Key
(PUK/PUK 2)
Supplied by the
service provider.
Factory set to “0000”.
3.13. SIM Personalisation
3.13.1 Introduction
SIM personalisation will limit the use of the telephone to a single SIM, a SIM supplied by one Network/Sub-network/Service
Provider or a SIM purchased by a company (corporation). If a personalised GD52 / GD92 / GD92C contains a SIM that is from
a different source it will display the message “SIM ERROR” when switched on. This personalisation is sometimes referred to
as SIM lock or SIM latch.
3.13.2 Testing
To test a personalised GD52 / GD92 / GD92C when the user has not supplied the SIM, a SIM configured for test purposes (e.g.
test SIM or soft SIM) should be used. The mobile will recognise that the SIM is for testing purposes only and operate as normal.
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3.13.3 Personalisation Function
Personalisation is activated during manufacture and then enabled at a later stage. Enabling/disabling is available by entering
a special key sequence immediately after power on. Once the enable/disable menu is shown it is possible to select the type of
personalisation. When personalisation is enabled it is only possible to disable it if the mobile contains an illegal SIM and the
sixteen digit Control Key (CK) is known. When enabled the CK is withheld from the user and cannot be read, for security
reasons.
There are two special key sequences to enter the enable/disable menu:
Key Sequence
Notes
Can only disable personalisation
Can both enable and disable personalisation
3.13.4 Disabling Procedure
1.
or
2.
to point at:
“SIM” for SIM Personalisation
”Network” for Network Personalisation
“Subnetwork” for Subnetwork Personalisation
”SP” for Service Provider Personalisation or
”Corporate” for Company Personalisation.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
.
the 16 digit Control Key.
.
the 16 digit Control Key.
.
The display will confirm which type of Personalisation has been disabled.
3.13.5 Enabling Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
to point at:
“SIM” for SIM Personalisation
”Network” for Network Personalisation
“Subnetwork” for Subnetwork Personalisation
”SP” for Service Provider Personalisation or
”Corporate” for Company Personalisation.
.
the 16 digit Control Key.
.
the 16 digit Control Key.
.
The display will confirm which type of Personalisation has been enabled.
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Bearer Service
Number
Access Structure
Bearer Service Rate
Information
Transfer
Access Rate
Error Correction Options
21
Asynchronous 300 bps
Asynch
300 bps
UDI or modem
T or NT
22
Asynchronous 1.2 kbps
Asynch
1.2 kbps
UDI or modem
T or NT
23
Asynchronous 1200/75 bps
Asynch
1200/75 bps
UDI or modem
T or NT
24
Asynchronous 2.4 kbps
Asynch
2.4 kbps
UDI or modem
T or NT
25
Asynchronous 4.8 kbps
Asynch
4.8 kbps
UDI or modem
T or NT
26
Asynchronous 9.6 kbps
Asynch
9.6 kbps
UDI or modem
T or NT
41
Dedicated PAD Access 300 bps
Asynch
300 bps
UDI
T or NT
42
Dedicated PAD Access 1.2 kbps
Asynch
1.2 kbps
UDI
T or NT
44
Dedicated PAD Access 2.4 kbps
Asynch
2.4 kbps
UDI
T or NT
45
Dedicated PAD Access 4.8 kbps
Asynch
4.8 kbps
UDI
T or NT
46
Dedicated PAD Access 9.6 kbps
Asynch
9.6 kbps
UDI
T or NT
3.15. GSM Network Codes and Names
Country
Access
Code
Service or Operator
Phone Display
Network
Code
Band
ALBANIA
+355
AMC MOBIL
AMC - AL
276
01
GSM 900
ANDORRA
+376
MOBILAND
STA-MOBILAND
213
03
GSM 900
ARMENIA
+374
ARMGSM
RA-ARMGSM
283
01
GSM 900
AUSTRALIA
+61
MOBILENET
TELSTRA
505
01
GSM 900
OPTUS Mobile
Yes Optus
505
02
GSM 900
VODAFONE
AUS VODAFONE
505
03
GSM 900
A max.
A max.
232
03
GSM 900
A1
A1
232
01
GSM 900
one
one
232
05
GSM 1800
AUSTRIA
+43
AZERBAIJAN
+994
AZERCELL GSM
AZE-AZERCELL GSM
400
01
GSM 900
BAHREIN
+973
MOBILE PLUS
BHR MOBILE PLUS
426
01
GSM 900
BELGIUM
+32
PROXIMUS
BEL PROXIMUS
206
01
GSM 900
mobistar
B mobistar
206
10
GSM 900
BOSNIA &
HERZEGOVINA
387
PTT-GSMBIH
PTT-GSMBIH
218
90
GSM 900
BULGARIA
+359
M-TEL GSM BG
M-TEL GSM BG
284
01
GSM 900
CAMEROON
+237
CAM CELLNET
CAM CELLNET
624
01
GSM 900
CHINA
+86
CT-GSM
CHINA TELECOM
460
00
GSM 900
CU-GSM
CHINA UNICOM
460
01
GSM 900
CROATIA
+385
CRONET
HR-CRONET
219
01
GSM 900
Vip Net GDM d.o.o.
HR VIP
219
10
GSM 900
CYPRUS
+357
CYTAGSM
CY CYTAGSM
280
01
GSM 900
CZECH_REPUBLIC
+42
EUROTEL GSM
EUROTEL-CZ
230
02
GSM 900
OSKAR
OSKAR
230
03
not known
Radio Mobil CZE
PAEGAS-CZ
230
01
GSM 900
SONOFON
DK SONOFON
238
02
GSM 900
TDK-MOBIL
DK TDK-MOBIL
238
01
GSM 900
Telia DK
Telia DK
238
20
GSM 1800
mobilix
mobilix
238
30
GSM 1800
EGY CLICK GSM
EGY CLICK GSM
602
02
not known
MobiNil
MobiNil
602
01
GSM 900
EMT GSM
EE EMT GSM
248
01
GSM 900
RADIOLINJA EESTI
EE RLE
248
02
GSM 900
DENMARK
+45
EGYPT
+20
ESTONIA
+372
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Code
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Phone Display
Network
Code
Band
ETHIOPIA
+251
ETMTN
ETH-MTN
636
01
GSM 900
FIJI
+679
VODAFONE FIJI
VODAFONE FIJ
542
01
GSM 900
FINLAND
+358
FINNET
FINNET
244
09
GSM 1800
Finland SONERA
SONERA
244
91
GSM 900
RADIOLINJA
FI RADIOLINJA
244
05
GSM 900
Telia
Telia
244
03
GSM 1800
Bouygues
Bouygues
208
20
GSM 1800
Itineris
F Itineris
208
01
GSM 900
FRANCE
+33
SFR
F SFR
208
10
GSM 900
FRENCH POLYNESIA
+689
TIKIPHONE
F-VINI
547
20
GSM 900
GERMANY
+49
D2 PRIVAT
D2
262
02
GSM 900
E-Plus
E-Plus
262
03
GSM 1800
Telekom Mobilfunk D1
D1-TELEKOM
262
01
GSM 900
Viag Interkom
D Interkom
262
07
GSM 1800
GIBRALTAR
+350
GIBTEL
GIBTEL GSM
266
01
GSM 900
GREECE
+30
Cosmote
Cosmote
202
01
GSM 1800
PANAFON
GR PANAFON
202
05
GSM 900
TELESTET
GR TELESTET
202
10
GSM 900
HK SMC
HK SMC
454
06
GSM 900
HK TELECOM
CAMPERSANDW HKT
454
00
GSM 900
NEW WORLD
NEW WORLD
454
10
GSM 1800
Orange
Orange
454
04
GSM 900
P Plus
P Plus
454
22
GSM 1800
P-Link
P-Link
454
18
GSM 1800
PEOPLES
PEOPLES
454
12
GSM 1800
SUNDAY
SUNDAY
454
16
GSM 1800
PANNON GSM
H PANNON GSM
216
01
GSM 900
Vodafone
Vodafone
216
70
not known
HONG_KONG
+852
HUNGARY
HUNGARY
HUNGARY
+36
WESTEL 900
H-WESTEL 900
216
30
GSM 900
ICELAND
+354
Postur og simi
IS SIMINN
274
01
GSM 900
INDIA
+91
AirTel
INA-AIRTL
404
10
GSM 900
BPL MOBILE
BPL MOBILE
404
21
GSM 900
BPL MOBILE
BPL MOBILE
404
27
GSM 900
BPL MOBILE
BPL MOBILE
404
43
GSM 900
BPL MOBILE
BPL MOBILE
404
46
GSM 900
ESSAR CELLPHONE
ESSAR CELLPHONE
404
11
GSM 900
INA - TATA CELLULAR
TATA CELLULAR
404
07
GSM 900
INA-ESCOTEL
INA-ESCOTEL
404
12
GSM 900
INA-ESCOTEL
INA-ESCOTEL
404
19
GSM 900
INA-ESCOTEL
INA-ESCOTEL
404
56
GSM 900
MaxTouch
MaxTouch
404
20
GSM 900
RPG Cellular
NA RPG
404
41
GSM 900
SKYCELL
SKYCELL
404
40
GSM 900
EXCELCOM
IND-EXCELCOM
510
11
GSM 900
IND SATELINDOCEL
IND SATELINDOCEL
510
01
GSM 900
TELKOMSEL
IND TELKOMSEL
510
10
GSM 900
EIRCELL-GSM
IRL EIR-GSM
272
01
GSM 900
IRL - DIGIFONE
IRL DIGIFONE
272
02
GSM 900
BLU
I BLU
222
98
GSM 1800
I WIND
I WIND
222
88
GSM 1800
OMNITEL
I OMNITEL
222
10
GSM 900
TELECOM ITALIA MOBIL
I TIM
222
01
GSM 900
INDONESIA
IRELAND
ITALY
+62
+353
+39
JORDAN
+962
Fastlink
Fastlink
416
01
GSM 900
KUWAIT
+965
MTCNet
KT MTCNet
419
02
GSM 900
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Code
LATVIA
LATVIA
+371
LEBANON
+961
Service or Operator
Phone Display
Network
Code
Band
BALTEL
LV BALTEL
247
02
GSM 900
LMT GSM
LV LMT GSM
247
01
GSM 900
Cellis
RL Cellis
415
01
GSM 900
LibanCell
RL LibanCell
415
03
GSM 900
LESOTHO
+266
VODACOM LESOTHO
VCL COMMS
651
01
GSM 900
LITHUANIA
+370
BITE GSM
LT BITE GSM
246
02
GSM 900
LITHUANIAN OMNITEL
OMNITEL LT
246
01
GSM 900
Millicom 1800 -> TANGO
TANGO
270
77
GSM 1800
LUXEMBOURG
+352
LUXGSM
L LUXGSM
270
01
GSM 900
MACAU
+853
TELEMOVEL+
MAC-CTMGSM
455
01
GSM 900
MACEDONIA
+389
MOBIMAK
MKD-MOBIMAK
294
01
GSM 900
MALAWI
+265
CALLPOINT 900
MW CP 900
650
01
GSM 900
MALAYSIA
+60
MY DiGi
MY DiGi
502
16
GSM 1800
MY TMTOUCH
MY TMTOUCH
502
13
GSM 900
MY a.d.a.m
MY a.d.a.m
502
17
GSM 900
MY celcom
MY celcom
502
19
GSM 900
MY maxis
MY maxis
502
12
GSM 900
MAURITIUS
+230
CELLPLUS
CELLPLUS-MRU
617
01
GSM 900
MOROCCO
+212
ONPTGSM
MOR ONPT GSM
604
01
GSM 900
NAMIBIA
+264
MTC
NAM MTC
649
01
GSM 900
NETHERLANDS
+31
Ben NL
Ben NL
204
16
GSM 1800
KPN TELECOM
NL KPN TELECOM
204
08
GSM 900
LIBERTEL
NL LIBERTEL
204
04
GSM 900
NL Dutchtone
NL Dutchtone
204
20
GSM 1800
TELFORT
TELFORT
204
12
GSM 1800
NEW_ZEALAND
+64
BELLSOUTH
BELLSOUTH NZ
530
01
GSM 900
NORWAY
+47
NetCom GSM
N NetCom GSM
242
02
GSM 900
Telenor Mobile
N Telenor Mobil
242
01
GSM 900
OMAN
+968
OMAN MOBILE
OMAN MOBILE
422
02
GSM 900
PHILLIPINES
+63
Globe Telecom
PH GLOBE
515
02
GSM 900
Islacom
ISLACOM
515
01
GSM 900
Smart Communications
SMART
515
03
GSM 1800
ERA GSM
PL-ERA GSM
260
02
GSM 900
IDEA
IDEA
260
03
GSM 1800
PL PLUS
PL PLUS
260
01
GSM 900
P OPTIMUS
P OPTIMUS
268
03
GSM 1800
TELECEL
P TELECEL
268
01
GSM 900
TMN
P TMN
268
06
GSM 900
PHILLIPINES
POLAND
PORTUGAL
+48
+351
QATAR
+974
QATARNET
QAT-QATARNET
427
01
GSM 900
RÉUNION
+262
SRR
SFR REUNION
647
10
GSM 900
RUSSIAN FEDERATION
+701
BeeLine
BeeLine
250
99
GSM 1800
MTS
MTS-RUS
250
01
GSM 900
North-West GSM
North-West GSM
250
02
GSM 900
EAE-ALJAWWAL
EAE-ALJAWWAL
420
07
GSM 900
SAUDI_ARABIA
SAUDI_ARABIA
+966
MoPTT, DMTS-1
ALJAWWAL
420
01
GSM 900
SEYCHELLES
+248
SEYCHELLES CELLULAR
SERVICES
CELLULAR SERVICE
633
01
GSM 900
SINGAPORE
+65
M1-GSM
M1-GSM-SGP
525
03
GSM 900
ST-GSM
ST-GSM-SGP
525
01
GSM 900
ST-GSM1800-SGP
ST-GSM1800-SGP
525
02
GSM 1800
EUROTEL
SK EUROTEL
231
02
GSM 900
GLOBTEL
SK GLOBTEL
231
01
GSM 900
MOBITEL GSM (Slovenia)
SI MOBITEL GSM
293
41
GSM 900
SLOVAK REPUBLIC
+42
SLOVAKIA
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Code
SOUTH_AFRICA
SOUTH_AFRICA
+27
SPAIN
+34
Service or Operator
Phone Display
Network
Code
Band
MTN
MTN-SA
655
10
GSM 900
VodaCom
VodaCom-SA
655
01
GSM 900
AIRTEL
E AIRTEL
214
01
GSM 900
AMENA
AMENA
214
03
not known
MOVISTAR
MOVISTAR
214
02
not known
MOVISTAR
MOVISTAR
214
07
GSM 900
SRI_LANKA
+94
DIALOG
SRI DIALOG
413
02
GSM 900
SUDAN
+249
SDN MOBITEL
SDN MobiTel
634
01
GSM 900
SWEDEN
+46
COMVIQ
S COMVIQ
240
07
GSM 900
EUROPOLITAN
S EUROPOLITAN
240
08
GSM 900
TELIA MOBITEL
TELIA S
240
01
GSM 900
Orange
Orange
228
03
GSM 900
SWISS GSM
SWISS GSM
228
01
GSM 900
diAx Swiss
diAx Swiss
228
02
GSM 900
SWITZERLAND
SWITZERLAND
SWITZERLAND
+41
SYRIA
+963
MOBILE SYRIA
SYR MOBILE SYR
417
09
GSM 900
TAIWAN
+886
Chunghwa
Chunghwa
466
92
GSM 900
Far EasTone
Far EasTone
466
01
GSM 900
KGT-ONLINE
KGT-ONLINE
466
88
GSM 1800
ROC MOBITAI
MOBITAI
466
93
GSM 900
TUNTEX
TUNTEX
466
06
GSM 1800
TWN GSM
TWN GSM
466
97
GSM 1800
TransAsia Telecom GSM
TransAsia GSM
466
99
GSM 900
TANZANIA
+255
Tritel-TZ
Tritel-TZ
640
01
GSM 900
THAILAND
+66
AIS GSM
TH AIS GSM
520
01
GSM 900
HELLO
HELLO
520
10
GSM 1800
WP-1800
WP-1800
520
18
GSM 1800
PTT TELSIM GSM
TR TELSIM
286
02
GSM 900
PTT/TURKCELL GSM
TR TURKCELL
286
01
GSM 900
GOLDEN TELECOM
GOLDEN TELECOM
255
05
GSM 1800
UA KYIVSTAR
UA KYIVSTAR
255
03
GSM 900
UA UMC
UA UMC
255
01
GSM 900
UA WELLCOM
UA WELLCOM
255
02
GSM 900
TURKEY
TURKEY
+90
UKRAINE
+380
UNITED ARAB
EMIRATES (UAE)
+971
UAE ETISALAT
ETISALAT-G2
424
02
GSM 900
UNITED KINGDOM
+44
BTCellnet
UK BTCELLNET
234
10
GSM 900
ONE2ONE
one2one
234
30
GSM 1800
ORANGE
ORANGE
234
33
GSM 1800
VODAFONE
UK VODAFONE
234
15
GSM 900
(Guernsey)
GUERNSEY TELECOMS
GUERNSEY TEL UK
234
55
GSM 900
(Jersey)
Jersey Telecoms GSM
Jersey Telecoms
234
50
GSM 900
(Isle of Man)
PRONTO GSM
MANX PRONTO GSM
234
58
GSM 900
Mobi Fone
VN Mobi Fone
452
01
GSM 900
VIETNAM
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Term
Definition
DTMF
Dual Tone Multiple Frequency tones. The numeric keys 0 to 9, and * and # will generate different
DTMF tones when pressed during conversation. These are used to access voice mail, paging and
home banking services.
GSM
Global System for Mobile communications. The name given to the advanced digital technology that the
telephone uses.
Home country
The country in which the home network operates.
Home network
The GSM network on which subscription details are held.
Hot Key Dial
Hot Key Dial allows quick access to numbers stored in the Phonebook of Service Dial Number list. The
source of the Hot Key Dial may be defined by the user or preprogrammed by the Service Provide. It is
most likely to be preprogrammed to the Service Dial Numbers by the Service Provider.
Lock code
Used for security of the telephone. Factory set to “0000”.
Message Centre
Where messages are sent before they are forwarded onto their destination. The Message Centre
telephone number may be programmed into the SIM or supplied by the service provider.
Network operator
The organisation responsible for operating a GSM network. Each country will have at least one
network operator.
Password
Used for the control of the call bar function. Supplied by the service provider.
PIN
Personal Identification Number used for SIM security. Supplied by the service provider.
PIN2
Personal Identification Number used for the control of Fixed Dial Memory and call charge metering.
Supplied by the service provider.
PUK/ PUK2
PIN/PIN2 Unblocking Key. Used to unblock the PIN/PIN2. Supplied by the service provider.
Registration
The act of locking on to a GSM network. This is usually performed automatically by the telephone.
Roaming
The ability to use the telephone on networks other than the Home network.
Service Dial
Numbers
Service Dial Numbers are predefined numbers that allow the user to access a set of special services
provided by the Service Provider. For example billing information or access to Voice Mail.
Service provider
The organisation responsible for providing access to the GSM network.
SIM
Subscriber Identification Module. A small smart-card which stores unique subscriber and user-entered
information such as Phone Book, Fixed Dial Memory and short messages. Supplied by the service
provider.
Supplementary
service
Network-controlled GSM functions supported by the telephone. Supplementary services may only be
available on a subscription bases.
Wild numbers
Spaces in a stored telephone number. When the telephone number is recalled pressing a numeric key
will fill in a space. This can be used to restrict dialling to a specific area.
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4 DISASSEMBLY / REASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
4.1.
General
This section provides disassembly and reassembly procedures for the main components of GD52, GD92 and GD92C
telephones.
These assemblies MUST be performed by qualified service personnel at an authorised service centre.
The following Warnings and Cautions MUST be observed during all disassembly / reassembly operations:
WARNING
The equipment described in this manual contains polarised capacitors uitilising liquid electrolyte. These devices are entirely safe provided
that neither a short-circuit nor a reverse polarity connection is made across the capacitor terminals. FAILURE TO OBSERVE THIS WARNING COULD RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT OR, AT WORST, POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL RESULTING FROM
ELECTRIC SHOCK OR THE AFFECTED CAPACITOR EXPLODING. EXTREME CARE MUST BE EXERCISED AT ALL TIMES WHEN
HANDLING THESE DEVICES.
Caution
The equipment described in this manual contains electrostatic devices (ESDs). Damage can occur to these devices if the appropriate handling procedure is not adhered to.
4.1.1.
ESD Handling Precautions
A working area where ESDs may be handled safely without undue risk of damage from electrostatic discharge , must be
available. The area must be equipped as follows:
Working Surfaces
All working surfaces must have a dissipative bench mat, safe for use with live equipment, connected via 1M2 resistor
(usually built into the lead) to a common ground point.
Wrist Strap
A quick release skin contact device with a flexible cord, which has an integral safety resistor of between 5k2 and 1M2, shall
be used.
Containers
All containers and storage must be of the conductive type.
4.2.
Disassembly
4.2.1
Case Removal (GD52)
1.
Remove the battery cover by pushing it towards the base of the phone and then lifting it away from the case.
1
2
3
10233-1
Figure 4.1: GD52 Battery Cover Removal
2.
Slide the battery lock to the ‘release’ position, and lift the battery from the case.
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Figure 4.2: GD52 Battery Removal
3.
Remove the four case screws located inside the battery compartment.
10234-1
Figure 4.3: GD52 Case Screw Removal
4.
Remove the cover from the case by pulling from the connector end of the telephone. Care must be taken when separating
the case from the cover as the retaining clips may be very stiff - if necessary, re-attach the battery cover to provide extra
support for the case.
10236-1
Figure 4.4: GD52 Case-Cover Separation
5.
Remove the PCB assembly from the cover.
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Figure 4.5: GD52 PCB Assembly Removal
4.2.2
1.
Case Removal (GD92 / GD92C)
Remove the battery from the back of the telephone. Remove the four case screws located inside the battery compartment.
10192-1
Figure 4.6: GD92 / GD92C Screw Removal
2.
Remove the cover from the case by pulling from the connector end of the telephone. Care must be taken when separating
the case from the cover as the retaining clips may be very stiff. If necessary, re-attach the battery to provide extra support
for the case.
10193-1
Figure 4.7: GD92 / GD92C Case-Cover Separation
3.
Remove the PCB assembly from the cover.
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Figure 4.8: GD92 / GD92C PCB Assembly Removal
4.2.3
Changing the Backup Battery (GD92 / GD92C)
Remove the case as previously described. The backup battery is held in a retainer on the Main PCB. Observe polarity when
replacing the battery.
nic
Panaso
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Figure 4.9: Backup Battery Polarity
4.2.4
1.
Access to Printed Circuit Boards (All)
Remove the case as described for the relevant product (GD52 or GD92 / GD92C). While applying slight pressure to the
side retaining clips, lift the Main PCB away from the chassis.
10195-1
Figure 4.10: Main PCB Removal
2.
While applying slight pressure to the side retaining clips, slide the Keypad PCB towards the bottom (I/O) connector until it
is released from the chassis.
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Figure 4.11: Key PCB Removal
3.
Insert a small screwdriver blade or similar blunt object into the chassis recess to the side of the LCD, and gently prise the
LCD from the chassis assembly.
10226-1
Figure 4.12: LCD Removal
4.
The Light Guide and Reflector can be removed in turn by prising one side away from the chassis.
4.2.5.
1.
Case-Mounted Components
Remove the keypad membrane by peeling it away from the case front.
10231-1
Figure 4.13: Keypad Membrane Removal
2.
Remove the microphone assembly by prising upward with a small screwdriver blade or similar blunt object through the slot
in the side of the microphone holder.
10230-1
Figure 4.14: Removal of Microphone
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3.
Unclip the speaker holder and lift out the speaker.
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Figure 4.15: Speaker Removal
4.
Remove the RF Shield by depressing one of the side retaining clips with a small screwdriver blade or similar blunt object.
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Figure 4.16: Removal of RF Shield
5.
Once the RF Shield has been removed, the Memo button (GD92 / GD92C) and Desktop Handsfree (DTHF) speaker may
be lifted out from the case.
6.
The Vibrate motor may be removed by gently applying pressure under the spindle / counterweight.
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Figure 4.17: Removal of Vibrate Motor
7.
Using a small screwdriver blade or similar blunt object, depress the lug on the antenna base in order to release the entire
antenna unit.
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Figure 4.18: Antenna Removal
4.3.
Re-assembly
Re-assembly is the reverse of disassembly, except that the Keypad PCB should be located in the chassis guides adjacent to
the base I/O connector before sliding it in to its normal location.
Ensure that the securing screws are not over-tightened as this may affect the operation of the keypad.
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5 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
5.1.
Tx Characteristics
All data is applicable to GSM 900 and GSM 1800 except where stated.
5.1.1.
Frequency Error
±0.1 ppm max., relative to base station frequency.
5.1.2.
Modulation Phase Error
RMS: ≤5 °
Peak: ≤20 °
5.1.3.
Output RF Spectrum due to Modulation
Offset from Centre Frequency (kHz)
Maximum Level Relative to Carrier (dB)
±100
±200
±250
±600 to 1800
5.1.4.
+0.5
-30
-33
-60
Output RF Spectrum due to Switching Transients
Maximum Level (dBm)
Offset from Centre Frequency (kHz)
GSM 900
GSM 1800
±400
-19
-22
±600
-21
-24
±1200
-21
-24
±1800
-24
-27
Measurement conditions for output RF spectrum measurements:
Frequency Span
0 Hz
Measurement Bandwidth:
30 Hz
Video Bandwidth:
100 kHz
Peak Hold
5.1.5.
Spurious Emissions at Antenna Connector
Frequency Range
Frequency Offset
Filter Bandwidth
Approximate Video
Bandwidth
Limits (dBm)
GSM 900
GSM 1800
30 to 50 MHz
-
10 kHz
30 kHz
-36
-36
50 to 500 MHz
-
100 kHz
300 kHz
-36
-36
500 MHz to 1GHz
0 to 1MHz
100 kHz
300 kHz
-36
-36
1 GHz to 4GHz
Excl. relevant TX band:
P-GSM: 890 to 915 MHz;
DCS: 1710 to 1785 MHz
0 to 10 MHz
Š 10 MHz
Š 20 MHz
(offset from edge of
relevant TX band)
100 kHz
300 kHz
1 MHz
300 kHz
1 MHz
3 MHz
-30
-30
-30
-36
-36
-36
Relevent TX band:
P-GSM: 890 to 915 MHz;
DCS: 1710 to 1785 MHz
1.8 to 6.0 MHz
(offset from carrier)
30 kHz
100 kHz
-30
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5.1.6.
Output Level, Dynamic Operation
GSM 900
Power Control
Level
Transmitter Output Power
(dBm)
Tolerance for Conditions (dB)
Transmitter Output Power
(dBm)
Tolerance for Conditions (dB)
Normal
Extreme
TBA
GSM 1800
Power Control
Level
Normal
Extreme
TBA
5.1.7.
Residual Peak Power
≤70 dBc (BW = 300 kHz)
5.2.
Rx Characteristics
5.2.1.
Sensitivity
GSM 900 Full Rate Speech
The reference sensitivity performance in terms of frame erasure, bit error, or residual bit error rates (whichever is
appropriate) is specified in the following table, according to the propagation conditions.
Propogation Conditions
TUhigh
Channels
Test Limit
error rate
%
Propogation Conditions
RA
Minimum
No. of
samples
Test Limit
error rate
%
Minimum
No. of
samples
Propogation Conditions
HT
Test Limit
error rate
%
Minimum
No. of
samples
Static Conditions
Test Limit
error rate
%
Minimum
No. of
samples
TCH/FS FER
6.742*α
8900
0.122*α
164000
class Ib (RBER)
0.42/α
1,000,000
0.41/α
20,000,000
class II (RBER)
8.33
120,000
2.439
8200
7.5
24000
9.333
60000
The reference sensitivity level is < -102 dBm.
NOTE: 1 ≤ α ≤ 1.6. The value of a can be different for each channel condition but must remain the same for FER and
class Ib RBER measurements for the same channel condition.
GSM 900 Half Rate Speech
The reference sensitivity performance in terms of frame erasure, bit error, or residual bit error rates (whichever is
appropriate) is specified in the following table, according to the propagation conditions.
Channels
Propogation Conditions
TUhigh
Propogation Conditions
RA
Propogation Conditions
HT
Test Limit
error rate
%
Test Limit
error rate
%
Test Limit
error rate
%
Minimum
No. of
samples
TCH/HS (FER)
4.598
13050
TCH/HS class Ib (BFI=0)
0.404
148500
TCH/HS class II (BFI=0)
7.725
25500
TCH/HS (UFR)
6.250
9600
TCH/HSL class Ib ((BFI or UFI)=0)
0.269
227000
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7600
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GSM 1800 Full Rate Speech
The reference sensitivity performance in terms of frame erasure, bit error, or residual bit error rates (whichever is
appropriate) is specified in the following table, according to the propagation conditions.
Channels
Propogation Conditions
TUhigh
Propogation Conditions
RA
Propogation Conditions
HT
Test Limit
error rate
%
Test Limit
error rate
%
Test Limit
error rate
%
Minimum
No. of
samples
Minimum
No. of
samples
Minimum
No. of
samples
Static Conditions
Test Limit
error rate
%
Minimum
No. of
samples
TCH/FS FER
4.478*α
13400
0.122*α
164000
class Ib (RBER)
0.32/α
1,500,000
0.41/α
20,000,000
class II (RBER)
8.333
60,000
2.439
8200
7.5
24000
9.333
30000
The reference sensitivity level is < -102 dBm.
NOTE: 1 ≤ α ≤ 1.6. The value of a can be different for each channel condition but must remain the same for FER and
class Ib RBER measurements for the same channel condition.
GSM 1800 Half Rate Speech
The reference sensitivity performance in terms of frame erasure, bit error, or residual bit error rates (whichever is
appropriate) is specified in the following table, according to the propagation conditions.
Propogation Conditions
TUhigh
Channels
Test Limit
error rate
%
Minimum
No. of
samples
TCH/HS (FER)
4.706
12750
TCH/HS class Ib (BFI=0)
0.426
141000
TCH/HS class II (BFI=0)
7.725
25500
TCH/HS (UFR)
6.383
9400
TCH/HSL class Ib ((BFI or UFI)=0)
0.291
206000
Propogation Conditions
RA
Test Limit
error rate
%
8735
Minimum
No. of
samples
20000
Propogation Conditions
HT
Test Limit
error rate
%
7600
Minimum
No. of
samples
20000
Blocking:
Small MS level in dBµVemf()
Frequency
GSM 900
GSM 1800
FR ±600 kHz to FR ±800 kHz
70
70
70
FR ±800 kHz to FR ±1.6 MHz
70
FR ±1.6 MHz to FR ±3 MHz
80
80
915 MHz to FR -3 MHz
90
-
FR ±3 MHz to FR 980 MHz
90
-
FR ±600 kHz to FR ±800 kHz
-
87
1785 MHz to FR - 3 MHz
-
87
835 MHz to <915 MHz
113
-
>980 MHz to 1000 MHz
113
-
100 kHz to <835 MHz
90
-
>1000 MHz to 12.75 GHz
90
-
100 kHz to 1705 MHz
-
113
>1705 MHz to<1785 MHz
-
101
>1920 MHz to 1980 MHz
-
101
>1980 MHz to 12.75 GHz
-
90
Measurement Conditions:
Wanted carrier is 3 dB above reference sensitivity.
Interferer is CW.
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Spurious response exceptions:
Six exceptions are permitted IN band 915 - 980 MHz.
24 exceptions are permitted OUTSIDE band 915 - 980 MHz.
Intermodulation Characteristics
Interferer Level (f1 & f2) dBm
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6 TEST AND MEASUREMENT
6.1.
Introduction
This section provides information on testing GD52, GD92 and GD92C telephones. The layout is as follows
1.
Section 6.2 ALIVH PCBs: Description and repair procedures.
2.
Section 6.3 External testing: describes equipment requirements and general set up procedure.
3.
Section 6.4 Complete Unit Test Setup: describes how the items of test equipment are used together and general set up
procedure.
4.
Section 6.5 Channel box test commands: provides detailed explanation of the different commands available using the test
equipment and channel-box software.
5.
Section 6.6 Adjustment mode: describes adjustments available on the handheld unit.
6.2.
Any-Layer Interstitial Via Hole (ALIVH) PCBs
CAUTION
The GD52, GD92 and GD92C telephone handsets use an ALIVH PCB assembly, the substrate of which is hydrophilic. To
avoid damaging the ALIVH PCB, the specialist equipment and procedures described below must be employed when
replacing suspect or faulty components.
6.2.1.
General Information
To reduce overall size and provide enhanced speech and data performance, an Any-Layer Interstitial Via Hole (ALIVH) PCB
is used in GD52, GD92 and GD92C handsets. ALIVH PCBs are multi-layer boards which have an IVH structure in all interlayers and can provide an inter-layer connection immediately under the land of a component. In addition, the PCB has no
through holes and any number of layers can be interconnected.
As the specification and performance characteristics of ALIVH PCBs differ from that of conventional multi-layered boards,
special attention is required when handling and repairing these assemblies.
Moisture Absorbency
The ALIVH PWB is more absorbent than a conventional PCB because of the nature of its material. Its aramid substrate is
hydrophilic, i.e. it absorbs moisture from the air. If, after having absorbed moisture, the ALIVH PWB is submitted to re-flow or
repair process, moisture in the board can suddenly evaporate and cause vapour explosion.
Copper Foil Peel Strength (Land Detachment Resistance)
The ALIVH PCB is slightly less resistant to copper detachment force than conventional boards. Therefore, it is necessary to
ensure that solder is melted sufficiently before a component is removed from the board.
Warping Property
The ALIVH PCB has a smaller Young's Modulus and is therefore more pliant than conventional boards. It is important that the
ALVIH PCB is not bent when component placement is performed.
6.2.2.
Repair Procedures
To prevent problems caused by moisture absorption, it will be necessary to perform dehydration of ALIVH PCBs in a suitable
oven or similar heating device prior to repair. The boards should be heated at 85 °C for a duration of at least ten hours.
The repair should also be performed under the following conditions:
6.2.2.1.
Soldering Iron
The temperature of the tip of the soldering iron should be 350 °C ±10 °C for an application time of five seconds or less.
Removal and re-mounting of components should be performed only once at any component position.
Note:
To avoid land detachment, do NOT apply excessive force on the soldering iron when heating the board.
Ensure that the solder has melted sufficiently to allow component removal without damaging the board.
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6.2.2.2.
Hot-Air Blower
The blower air temperature should be at:
295 °C ±5 °C for an application time of 120 seconds or less,
or:
395 °C ±5 °C for an application time of 30 seconds or less.
Removal and re-mounting of components should be performed only once at any component position.
Note:
6.2.2.3.
1.
To avoid land detachment, do NOT apply excessive force on the soldering iron when heating the board.
Ensure that the solder has melted sufficiently to allow component removal without damaging the board.
Re-flowing / Re-touching
Re-touching by soldering iron:
HAKKO 928 soldering iron is recommended.
900S-T-B tip for thicker solder joints and 900M-T-LB tip for thinner solder joints are recommended
2.
Tip temperature/time
Normal pad : 325±10°C, less than five seconds
Large Pad : 400±10°C, less than five seconds
3.
Pressure at solder tip
· Weight of soldering iron, (50gm) + 100gm to 150gm
· Do not exert pressure in the horizontal direction
4.
Retouching small components
Pinch the component using two soldering irons and retouch within four seconds
6.3.
External Testing
6.3.1.
General Information
The handset can be connected to a compatible personal computer for electronic adjustment and fault diagnosis. This section
provides a description of the equipment required to perform those tasks.
Testing and adjustment of the handheld unit can be performed with the outer case in place and the cradle connected. For indepth fault finding the unit should first be disassembled, as detailed in Section 4, and then the PCB Repair Jig used to connect
the PCBs together externally as they would be found in normal use. Fault tracing can then be performed on the PCBs using
suitable test equipment, such as spectrum analysers and oscilloscopes.
The unit must now be tested and calibrated for both frequency bands (900 MHz and 1800 MHz).
6.3.2.
Jigs and Tools
Interface Box (Part No. IFB003 / IFB004)
The Interface box provides:
IFB003: Voltage regulation for +7.2 V, +5.6 V or 4.8 V DC outputs. The +7.2 V switch setting is used as a supply to Li-Ion type
batteries (compatible for other products), the 5.6 V switch setting is used for PCB testing and the 4.8 V switch setting is used
for testing the complete unit.
Interface Box IFB004 is a later version that provides +4.8 V, +7.2V and +8.2 V DC outputs. It also allows selection of external
power via the Interface cable.
RS 232 interface. Ensures that the Unit Under Test is supplied with the correct signal levels and format.
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6.3.3.
Personal Computer (PC)
The PC (IBM compatible) is used as a Unit Under Test controller. This in conjunction with the channel box software, allows all
of the test facilities normally provided through the keypad of the Unit Under Test.
6.3.4.
Power Supply
Provides 12 V DC supply to Interface box IFB003 or IFB004.
Test Battery
Provides 3.6 V DC supply to Interface Box IFB003 or IFB004 to compensate for the current drain when the Unit Under Test is
used at full transmit power.
Use Test Battery part number JT00045 for GD52 and part number JT00042 for GD92 and GD92C.
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Figure 6.2: Test Battery
PCB Repair Jig (Part No. JT00041)
This unit provides the necessary connections between the Main and Keypad PCBs, and the connections between Main PCB
and external test equipment. The jig accommodates both GD52, GD92 and GD92C units.
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Figure 6.3: PCB Repair Jig
RF Adaptor
This unit provides an RF connection between the Unit Under Test and external test equipment. Use part number JT00044 for
GD52 and JT00040 for GD92 / GD92C.
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Figure 6.4: GD92 / GD92C RF Adaptor
GSM Tester
This unit acts as a base station providing all the necessary GSM signalling requirements and also provides GSM signal
measuring facilities.
Interface Cable (Part No. JT00043)
The interface cable allows connection between a computer and the Unit Under Test via IFB003 or IFB004.
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Battery Calibration Voltage Control Unit (Part No. JT00010)
The Battery Calibration Voltage Control Unit (BCVCU) provides three voltage levels (3 V, 4.1 V and 0 V) to the Test Battery,
and is used during battery calibration checks. It is powered from the Interface Box.
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Figure 6.6: Battery Calibration Control Unit
6.3.5.
Channel Box Software
This is the test software for the telephone unit and should be installed onto the personal computer to be used for testing.
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Complete Unit Setup
MAIN
PCB
RF CABLE
(INTERNAL CONNECTOR)
KEYPAD PCB
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6.4.1.
External Testing Setup Procedure
IMPORTANT NOTE
To allow accurate measurement of the complete unit the test equipment must be connected as shown (Figure 6.6). The PCB
Test Setup must be used to enable repair to PCBs. Once repair/replacement is complete, the assembled unit must be tested
and calibrated with the jigs and tools connected as shown in Figure 6.7.
Full Test Equipment Requirements
For testing the handheld unit the following equipment is required:
1.
Interface box
2.
12 V power supply
3.
Personal computer (IBM compatible) with RS232 interface
4.
RS232 interface cable (9 pin straight through connection)
5.
GSM test station
6.
RF Adaptor
7.
Interface cable – JT00004
The channel box software (supplied on floppy disk) should be installed onto the main drive of the personal computer.
The RF cable is connected to the GSM test station via a suitable adapter. The 12 V supply is connected to the rear socket of
the Interface box.
Two modes are available for testing the handheld unit:
1.
Test Mode.
The Test Mode facility allows various sections of the handheld unit to be individually activated.
2.
Normal Mode.
The Normal Mode facility allows the handheld unit to be powered externally for call origination/receiving operations.
NOTE: A suitable test SIM card will be required which is compatible with the GSM test station.
Power On into Test Mode
1.
Connect the test equipment into test mode configuration.
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Figure 6.8: External test equipment setup
2.
Ensure that the following settings are made:
a.
Interface box IFB003 or IFB004
Power:
UP position
IGN:
UP position
Mode
DOWN position
Voltage
Middle Position (7.2 V)
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b.
Power supply
+12V DC: ON
c.
PC
Channel box software loaded and the screen indicating as shown:
Figure 6.9: PC Screen (SCRN10)
3.
Press ENTER on the PC keyboard.
4.
At the PC press F10.
5.
After approximately 1 second, set the Interface Cable switch to ON (position is marked by a dot).
NOTE: The display will read:
GET STATION
ADDRESS = _ _
INFO = _ _
The back light will be illuminated and all LEDs will be lit.
Go to Section 6.5 (Channel Box Test Commands) for further testing information.
Power On In Normal Mode
1.
Connect the test equipment as shown in the diagram.
TO GSM TEST SET
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Figure 6.10: External test equipment setup
2.
Ensure that the following settings are made:
a.
Interface box
Power:
IGN:
MODE:
b.
Power supply:
+12V DC:ON
c.
PC
Channel box software loaded and the screen indicating as shown:
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DOWN position
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UP position
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Figure 6.11: PC Screen (SCRN9)
3.
On the PC, select NORMAL MODE and press ENTER.
4.
Press F10 on the PC.
5.
After approximately 1 second, set the interface cable switch to ON (position is marked by a dot).
Entering Call Mode from Test Mode
Ensure that a fully-charged battery is attached to the telephone.
The screen of the PC should resemble the one shown below:
Figure 6.12: PC Screen (SCRN11)
1.
At the PC, change the SOFT SIM field to read <ENABLE>. Press ENTER.
2.
At the PC, change the TEST MODE field to read <TERM>. Press ENTER.
The UUT will power down and up again. If the UUT is connected to a GSM test set,after a delay of approximately five
seconds, the UUT will register service.
3.
To return to test mode, set the SOFT SIM field to <DISABLE> and set the TEST MODE field to <TEST>. Press Enter.
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6.5.
Channel Box Test Commands
The following table outlines the commands available using the channel box software.
After the telephone unit has been switched on (Section 6.4), use the up / down cursor keys on the PC keyboard to select the
channel box command. Use the left / right cursor keys to display the required indication and then press the ENTER key to
select the displayed function.
CHANNEL BOX COMMAND
INDICATION
FUNCTION
TEST MODE
<TERM>
<ReST>
Terminates test mode.
Restarts test mode
INITIALIZE
<INIT>
When RETURN is pressed this will reset the
default channel settings.
CHANGE CH GSM
<xxx>
Sets up predefined channel settings for GSM frequencies.
CHANGE CH DCS
<xxx>
Sets up predefined channel settings for DCS frequencies.
POWER LEVEL
<xxx>
Allows a specified power level to be set at the
UUT.
TX DATA
<NRL 0>
<NRL 1>
<NRL R>
<ACC R>
Sets TX Modulation to
Normal burst DATA all 0s
Normal burst DATA all 1s
Normal burst DATA all random
Access burst DATA random
RSSI (DBM)
<xxx>
Provides an RSSI reading on the User specified
channel.
SET AGC 1
SET AGC 2
SET AGC 3
<xxx>
<xxx>
<xxx>
Allows changes to AGC levels on LOW, MIDDLE,
HIGH channels.
SP LOOP BACK
<START>
Provides an audio path for use with the GSM test
station
Sets audio loop-back from TX audio to RX audio
without processing by the CODEC
<STOP>
PATH CONT
<MOSO>
<MESI>
<MESE>
<MISI>
<MISE>
Sets audio paths:
MIC off speaker off
MIC external speaker internal
MIC external speaker external
MIC internal speaker internal
MIC internal speaker external
VOL. BUZZ
<xx>
Sets buzzer volume between values
0 to 3 (Min to Max)
VOL. SIDE
<xx>
Sets 4 side tone volume levels between
0dB and -18dB
VOL. MIC
<xx>
Sets 8 MIC volume levels between
26dB and 40dB
VOL. SP1
<xx>
Sets speaker pre-amp volume levels
VOL. SP2
<xx>
Sets speaker volume levels
GET KEY CODE
<ENABLE><DISABLE>
Displays the value of a key pressed on the keypad
CONTROL OUT
<LED R>
<LED B>
<CHARGE ON>
<LED C>
<HF ON>
<ALL OFF>
<ALL ON>
Switches on Incoming LED
Switches on Backlight LEDs
Switches charge sequence on LCD
Switches on Charging LED
Switches on handsfree mode
Switches off all above
Switches on all above
CHECK LCD1
<P1>
Provides 50% visual display of check pattern on
the UUT LCD
Provides 50% visual display of check pattern on
the UUT LCD
<P2>
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<DISABLE>
Unit error codes will be displayed on the UUT display
Unit error codes will not be displayed on the UUT
display
SOFT SIM
<ENABLE> <DISABLE>
With ENABLE set and TEST MODE <TERM> the
UUT is removed from test mode and can be
placed into call mode
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CHANNEL BOX COMMAND
INDICATION
FUNCTION
TEST MODE
<TERM>
With SOFT SIM <ENABLED> the UUT will be
removed from test mode and can be placed into a
call
SIM STATUS
<SHOW>
Checks and displays the SIM status
CHECK SUM
<SHOW>
Displays the software checksum
Adjustment Mode
6.6.1.
RF Calibration Procedure
NOTE: See Section 6.2 for a list of the equipment and setup procedures required to perform the following adjustment
and calibration procedures.
The following procedures MUST be performed after replacement or repair of one or both of the PCBs in the handheld unit.
Failure to do so may result in incorrect operation of the telephone.
The following adjustments MUST be made on BOARD PAIRS.
There are three distinct calibration procedures to adjust RF performance. These procedures are:
1.
Ramping gain (Section 6.6.1)
2.
RSSI (Section 6..6.2)
3.
I and Q values (Section 6.6.3)
The adjustment data selected during calibration is stored in Flash ROM.
Figure 6.13: Test software screen
6.6.2.
Ramping Gain
The carrier power must be measured and calibrated for each power level at channel 62.
GSM 900
NOTE: To ensure that the telephone operates within set SAR margins, Panasonic recommends that a power meter
capable of measurement to an accuracy of ±0.2 dB is used when calibrating power levels. Use of a less
accurate power meter may result in the telephone failing to meet SAR standards.
1.
Power on the telephone in Test Set Mode.
2.
Scroll down the menu until CHANGE CH <62> is highlighted and then press ENTER.
3.
Scroll down the menu until PL <5> is highlighted. Use the left and right cursor keys to select <14>. Press ENTER.
4.
Scroll down the menu until TX DATA <OFF> is highlighted. Using the left / right cursor keys, highlight <NRL R> and press
ENTER.
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5.
At the power meter, measure the peak power.
6.
If measured power is in the range of the target power, then proceed to step 10.
7.
At the Channel box, press F7 to view the TRIM for the mid-channel.
Figure 6.14: Power level view 1
8.
Select VIEW TRIM PL MCH, and make a note of this value.
Figure 6.15: Power level 2
9.
Perform the following calculation and make a note of the result:
New Trim Value = Old TrimValue + (Required Power - Measured Power) x Change per dB
(step 5)
(table)
(step 2)
(table)
10. At the Channel box, press F6 to program the TRIM for the mid-channel.
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Figure 6.16: Power level selection 1
11. Select PROGRAM TRIM PL MCH GSM.
Figure 6.17: Power level selection 2
12. Highlight the PL14 fieldand press ENTER.
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Figure 6.18: Power level selection 3
13. Enter the value calculated in step 9 into the data field and then press ENTER.
14. Press ESC.
15. Re-measure the peak power.
16. Repeat steps 5 to 14 for the remaining power levels, in the following order:
PL6, PL9, and PL19.
Power levels between PL9 and PL6.
Power levels between PL14 and PL9.
Power levels between PL19 and PL14.
17. Calibrate PL15 (limits ±0.2 dB).
18. After calibrating at channel 62, the carrier power must be measured and calibrated at LOW and HIGH channels as shown
in the table below.
Channel
GSM 900
GSM 1800
Low
1
512
Mid
62
698
High
124
885
19. Repeat steps 2 to 14 for the GSM 1800 settings in the following order:
PL10 (limits ±0.5 dB).
PL1, PL5, and PL15.
Power levels between PL1 and PL4.
Power levels between PL15 and PL10.
Power level PL0 (limits ±0.2 dB).
6.6.3.
RSSI
This procedure describes the calibration of RSSI on the mid-channel. This procedure must also be carried out for low / bottom
channel and high / top channel.
The procedure is as follows:
1.
Power the GD92 into Test Set mode in the service channel box.
2.
Connect the telephone to the GSM Test Set and apply a carrier frequency of 68 kHz (for channel 60 = 947.00 MHz) at an
input level of -90 dBm.
3.
At the channel box, highlight CHANGE CH, and, using the left / right cursor keys, select CH <60>. Press ENTER.
4.
Highlight the SET AGC1 field and change the set value to 45 dB. Press ENTER.
5.
Highlight the RSSI dBm <> field and press ENTER
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Figure 6.19: RSSI dB field
6.
If the measured power is not -90 ±1, then make the following calculation:
RSSI offset value
= [-(90 + MEASURED RSSI VALUE)] x 2
=[ -90 - MEASURED RSSI VALUE] x 2,
for example
[-(90 + (95))] x 2
= [-90 - (-95)] x 2
= 10
Record the result.
7.
At the channelbox, press F7 to view data.
Figure 6.20: RSSI reading 1
8.
Select TRIM OTHER and make a note of the RSSI COMP GSM reading.
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Figure 6.21: RSSI reading 2
9.
Press ESC.
10. At the Channel box, press F6 to program data.
Figure 6.22: RSSI reading 3
11. Select TRIM RSSI and press ENTER.
12. Highlight RSSI Mch GSM and press ENTER.
13. Make the following calculation:
RSSI Offset Value (step 8) + reading noted in step 6.
Enter the result in to the RSSI Mch field.
14. Press ENTER.
15. Press ESC.
16. Measure the RSSI level again by highlighting the RSSI dBm field again and press ENTER.
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17. Repeat steps 6 to 16 for both low / bottom and high / top channels.
Channel
GSM 900
Low / bottom
1
Mid
60
High / top
111
18. Repeat steps 6 to 16 for GSM 1800 on the following channels with the SET AGC 1 field set to 51 dB:
6.6.4.
Channel
GSM 1800
Bottom / low
512
Mid
650
High / top
885
I and Q Values
NOTE: With the I, Qch adjustment procedures, the transmitter must be set to Power Level 5 (this represents the worst
case of non-linearity) so care must be taken that the spectrum analyser used can accept a signal input of
33 dBm. If not, an appropriate attenuator must be used.
I, Q ch Offsets
Spectrum analyser setup:
Centre frequency
RBW = 10 kHz
VBW = 10 kHz
span = 1 MHz
sweep time
1.
= 902.4 MHz
= 2 sec
Set the Channel box to channel 62 at power level 5, nominal burst modulated with all 1’s, as shown below:
Figure 6.23: Channel box setup
2.
On the spectrum analyser, measure the image leak ratio.
Image leak ratio is the measured ratio of peak power and the power at 135 kHz below peak frequency.
Example:
Peak power = 33dB
Power at 135 kHz below peak power = -9 dBm
Image leakage ratio = 33 dBm - (-9dBm) = 42 dBm
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3.
If the image leak ratio is greater than 30 dBc, then proceed to ‘IQ ch gain calibration’.
IQ Gain Check
1.
At the Channel Box, press F6 and select TRIM OTHER.
2.
Scroll down until IQCH GAIN is highlighted. Press Enter.
Figure 6.24: I, Q data selection field1
3.
Enter ‘1’ (for -0.25 dB) into the data field and press ENTER.
Figure 6.25: I, Q data selection field 2
4.
Measure the image leak ratio. If the image leak ratio is greater than 30 dBc, the telephone is within limits. If the image
leak ratio is less than 30 dBc, repeat steps 1, 2 and 3 with the following IQ Ch gain values:
-0.50 dB (enter ‘2’)
-0.75 dB (enter ‘3’)
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6.6.5.
Battery Calibration
Preliminaries
There are three procedures to calibrating the battery, voltage, temperature and charging calibration. A Battery Calibration
Voltage Control Unit (BCVCU) is used to provide the necessary voltage levels for these checks. The BCVCU replaces the two
regulated power supplies and 82 Ohm resistor required to caibrate previous mobile products.
1.
Connect the telephone, test battery, BCVCU and Interface Box as shown in the diagram below.
BCVCU
TEST BATTERY
10162-1
Figure 6.26: Battery calibration test conections
2.
Set the Interface box to POWER ON, IGN and EXT PWR OFF.
Voltage Calibration
1.
Enter Test-Set mode in Service Channel Box.
Figure 6.27: Battery calibration 1
2.
Press F4 and select VIEW ADC LINES.
3.
Observe the ADIN1 value. This value is BAT VOLT HIGH. If this reading is outside the range 564 - 664, then there is a
fault and further investigation is required. Otherwise, record this value for later use.
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Figure 6.28: Battery calibration 2
4.
Set VBAT to 3.0 V by selecting 3.0 V on the BCVCU.
5.
On the PC, press ‘Y’ and then ENTER.
6.
Check the ADIN1 reading again - this is the BAT VOLT LOW value. If the reading is outside the range 390 - 490, there is
a fault and further investigation is required. Otherwise, record this value for use later.
7.
Press ‘N’ in the {repeat yes / no box}, then press ENTER.
8.
Press F6. Scroll down to, and select TRIM OTHER.
9.
Scroll down to, and select BAT VOLT HIGH. Enter the value recorded in step 3.
Figure 6.29: Battery Calibration 3
10. Press F6. Scroll down to TRIM OTHER and press ENTER.
11. Highlight BAT VOLT HIGH and press ENTER. Type in the value recorded in step 6.
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Figure 6.30: Battery calibration 4
12. Set the BCVCU to 12 V.
Temperature Calibration
1.
Ensure that VBAT is set to 4.1 V. Check that EXT PWR and IGN on the Interface Box is set to OFF.
2.
Scroll up the menu until CONTROL OUT is highlighted. Using the left / right cursor keys, highlight AADC ON and then
press ENTER.
3.
Press F4 and select VIEW ADC LINES.
4.
Check the value for ADIN3 (BAT TEMP). If the value is outside the range 168 - 248, then there is a fault and further
investigation is required. Otherwise, subtract this value from the theoretical value of 208 and record the result for later use.
Figure 6.31: Temperature calibration 1
5.
Press ‘N’ in the {repeat yes/no box}, then press ENTER.
6.
Press F6. Scroll down and highlight TRIM OTHER. Press ENTER.
7.
Highlight BAT TEMP and press ENTER to select. Enter the value recorded in step 4.
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Figure 6.32: Temperature calibration 2
Charging Calibration
1.
On the Interface Box, ensure that the EXT PWR switch is ON. Check that the BCVCU 82 Ohms switch is set to ON.
2.
Holding down the Shift key, press F4. Select PROG CHARG-DAC DATA.
Figure 6.33: Charging calibration 1
3.
Enter a value of 439.
4.
Highlight CNTROL OUT and, using the left / right cursor keys, select CHAR ON. Press ENTER.
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Figure 6.34: Charging Calibration 2
5.
Disconnect VBAT by setting the BCVCU Voltage switch to OFF.
6.
Measure the voltage across the Test Battery terminals. If the voltage is within the range 4.2 V ±5 mV, proceed to step 11.
Otherwise, calculate the difference (DAC STEP) as follows:
difference = (measured voltage - 4.2 V) / 7.4 mV
7.
Press Shift + F4.
8.
Scroll down and select PROG CHARG-DAC DATA and enter the value calculated by subtracting the value recorded in
step 6 from the initial CHARG-DAC DATA value (439).
9.
Repeat steps 6 to 8 until the measured voltage is 4.2 V ±5 mV.
10. If the final value is outside the range 342 - 542, then there is a fault and further investigation is required. Otherwise, record
the value for use later.
11. Press F6. Highlight TRIM OTHER and press ENTER. Highlight DAC REFERENCE and press ENTER.
Figure 6.35: Charging calibration 3
12. Enter the value recorded in step 10.
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Figure 6.36: Charging calibration 4
Current Charging ADC Calibration
It is important to monitor the current when charging the Li-ion battery, both to protect against over-current and to determine
when charging is complete. The telephone uses the VCC3 and MADC (ICHG) connections of OMEGA to measure charging
current as an amplified voltage across a sense resistor.
NOTE: This calibration procedure MUST be carried out once Charging Voltage calibration has been completed.
1.
Press F4 and select VIEW ADC LINES. Read ADIN5 (CRG CURRENT) and record this value.
Figure 6.37: ADC Calibration
2.
If this value is outside the range 101 - 251, then there is a fault and further investigation is required. Otherwise, calculate
the difference between the recorded value and the theoretical value of 161. Record this value for use later.
3.
Press F6 and select TRIM OTHER. Select COMP OFFSET and enter the value recorded in step 2.
4.
Press F9. Wait for the prompt “Saving EV Trim data” to disappear, turn OFF the power supplies and disconnect the
telephone.
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7 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
7.1.
Exploded Diagrams
7.1.1.
GD52 Case and Cover Assemblies
M104
M125
M120
M113 x 4
M123
E007
B
M110
M105
M114
E011
E004
M107
M124
M109
E001
M112
M106
A
E006
M122
M111
M103
10237-1
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Ref
A
Part Number
Description
Ref
Part Number
Description
GD52CVR01B
Front Cover Assy, Blue
M120
2AA5043A
BATTERY HOOK
M122
2QA576A
ALERT LED LENS
M123
4CA520AAAA
4CA520AABA
H/S JACK CAP, BLUE
H/S JACK CAP, GREY
M124
2RA592A
RECEIVER HOLDER
M125
EB-BSD52
GD52 BATTERY
includes:
RECEIVER CUSHION (M106)
LCD CUSHION (M107)
ALERT LED LENS (M122)
B
GD52CAS01B
Case Assembly, Blue
includes:
RF CONNECTOR CUSHION (M109)
SPEAKER CUSHION (M112)
E001
HH76017A
RECEIVER
M103
2EA575AAAA
LCD PANEL
E004
9ZA752A
MICROPHONE UNIT
M104
2NA502A
GD52 BATTERY COVER
E006
HS76008A
DTHF SPEAKER
M105
2BA523AAAA
2BA523AABA
KEYPAD, BLUE
KEYPAD, GREY
E007
BD76012A
VIBRATE MOTOR UNIT
M108
2FA543A
CHASSIS
E011
AN76097AAAA
AN76097AABA
ANTENNA, DARK GREY
ANTENNA, LIGHT GREY
M110
6RA507AAAA
6RA507AADA
RF CONNECTOR CAP, BLUE
RF CONNECTOR CAP, GREY
M111
4JA563B
RF SHIELD CASE
M113
3Z70054B
SCREW
M117
4HA532A
ANTENNA CONTACT
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Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs)
Main PCB: Variants
Model EB-GD52 & EB-GD92
Ref
Ref
Name: Main PCB Variants
Part Number
Model EB-GD52 & EB-GD92
Description
Name: Main PCB Variants
Part Number
GD52
GD92
GD52BRD023
GD92BRD023
Description
MAIN PCB E.R.A. PROGRAM
GD52BRD024
GD92BRD024
MAIN PCB PAYT VODAFONE PROGRAM
GD52BRD025
GD92BRD025
MAIN PCB CHINESE ENABLED PROGRAM
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GD52
GD92
GD52BRD001
GD92BRD001
MAIN PCB STANDARD PROGRAM
GD52BRD002
GD92BRD002
MAIN PCB BINARING PROGRAM
GD52BRD003
GD92BRD003
MAIN PCB CELCOM PROGRAM
GD52BRD004
GD92BRD004
MAIN PCB AIRTEL PROGRAM
GD52BRD029
GD92BRD029
MAIN PCB MOVISTAR ACTIVA PROGRAM
GD52BRD005
GD92BRD005
MAIN PCB EUROTEL PROGRAM
GD52BRD030
GD92BRD030
MAIN PCB DIGIFONE PROGRAM
GD52BRD031
GD92BRD031
MAIN PCB SFR CONTRACT PROGRAM
GD52BRD006
GD92BRD006
MAIN PCB MOVISTAR PROGRAM
GD52BRD032
GD92BRD032
MAIN PCB SFR PRE-PAID PROGRAM
GD52BRD007
GD92BRD007
MAIN PCB S.F.R. PROGRAM
GD52BRD008
GD92BRD008
MAIN PCB WESTEL PROGRAM
GD52BRD033
GD92BRD033
MAIN PCB AIRTEL PRE-PAID PROGRAM
GD52BRD009
GD92BRD009
MAIN PCB HUTCHISON PROGRAM
GD52BRD034
GD92BRD034
MAIN PCB SONOFON PROGRAM
GD52BRD010
GD92BRD010
MAIN PCB PLUS GSM PROGRAM
GD52BRD035
GD92BRD035
MAIN PCB SINGTEL PROGRAM
GD52BRD011
GD92BRD011
MAIN PCB TURKCELL PROGRAM
GD52BRD012
GD92BRD012
MAIN PCB FRANCETEL PROGRAM
GD52BRD013
GD92BRD013
MAIN PCB FT FTMS PROGRAM
GD52BRD014
GD92BRD014
MAIN PCB TELESTET PROGRAM
GD52BRD015
GD92BRD015
MAIN PCB ACTIVA PROGRAM
GD52BRD016
GD92BRD016
MAIN PCB TMN PROGRAM
GD52BRD017
GD92BRD017
MAIN PCB PANNON PROGRAM
GD52BRD018
GD92BRD018
MAIN PCB VODACOM PROGRAM
GD52BRD019
GD92BRD019
MAIN PCB NETCOM PROGRAM
GD52BRD020
GD92BRD020
MAIN PCB K.P.N. PROGRAM
GD52BRD021
GD92BRD021
MAIN PCB MOBILCOM PROGRAM
GD52BRD022
GD92BRD022
MAIN PCB TELESTRA PROGRAM
GD52BRD026
GD92BRD026
MAIN PCB TMN PROGRAM
GD52BRD027
GD92BRD027
MAIN PCB PAEGAS PROGRAM
GD52BRD028
GD92BRD028
MAIN PCB EUROTEL CZ CONTRACT PROGR
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GD52 Main PCB
Model EB-GD52
Name: GD52 Main PCB
Ref
Description
Part Number
Notes
Model EB-GD52
Name: GD52 Main PCB
Ref
Part Number
Description
C141
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C142
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C143
ECUE1H330JCQ
CAP CER 33pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C101
ECUE1H330JCQ
CAP CER 33pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C103
ECUE1H470JCQ
CAP CER 47pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C144
ECUE1H151JCQ
CAP CER 150pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C145
ECUE1H151JCQ
CAP CER 150pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C146
F1G1H3R0A442
CAP CER 3pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C148
F1G1C1030002
CAP CER 10nF 10% 16V X7R SMD 1
C152
ECUE1H820JCQ
CAP CER 82pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C104
F1G1H220A409
CAP CER 22pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C105
F1G1H2R0A391
CAP CER 2pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C106
F1G1H220A409
CAP CER 22pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
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F1G1H220A409
CAP CER 22pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C108
F1G1H220A409
CAP CER 22pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C153
ECUE1H820JCQ
CAP CER 82pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C154
ECUE1H151JCQ
CAP CER 150pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C155
F1G1H1R0A391
CAP CER 1pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C156
F1G1H1R5A391
CAP CER 1.5pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP
C157
F1G1H6R0A406
CAP CER 6pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0 S
C109
F1G1H220A409
CAP CER 22pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C112
F1G1HR50A391
CAP CER 0.5pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP
C113
F1G1H1R0A391
CAP CER 1pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C114
F1G1H1R0A391
CAP CER 1pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C116
F3F1A1560001
CAP TANT 15uF 20% 10V SMD CASE
C158
ECUE1H151JCQ
CAP CER 150pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C159
F1G1H1R5A391
CAP CER 1.5pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP
C161
F1G1C1030002
CAP CER 10nF 10% 16V X7R SMD 1
C162
ECUE1E681KBQ
CAP CER 680pF 10% 25V X7R SMD
C163
ECUE1E681KBQ
CAP CER 680pF 10% 25V X7R SMD
C118
ECUE1H470JCQ
CAP CER 47pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C123
F1G1H220A409
CAP CER 22pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C125
ECUE1E681KBQ
CAP CER 680pF 10% 25V X7R SMD
F3F1A1060005
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 10V SMD CASE
C131
ECUE1H330JCQ
CAP CER 33pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C164
ECUE1E221KBQ
CAP CER 220pF 10% 25V X7R SMD
C201
F1G1H220A409
CAP CER 22pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C202
ECUE1H470JCQ
CAP CER 47pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C204
F1G1H1R0A391
CAP CER 1pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C205
F1G1H3R0A442
CAP CER 3pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C132
ECUE1H330JCQ
CAP CER 33pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C133
F1G1H270A409
CAP CER 27pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C134
F1G1H3R0A442
CAP CER 3pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
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C135
F1H0J1050009
CAP CER 1uF 10% 6.3V X5R SMD 1
C136
F1G1H3R0A442
CAP CER 3pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C206
F1G1H1R0A391
CAP CER 1pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C207
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C208
F1G1H1R0A391
CAP CER 1pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C137
F1G1H100A406
CAP CER 10pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0
C138
F1H1E223A029
CAP CER 22nF 10% 25V X7R SMD 1
C139
ECUE1H391KBQ
CAP CER 390pF 10% 50V X7R SMD
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Name: GD52 Main PCB
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Name: GD52 Main PCB
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C209
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C306
F1G1H100A406
CAP CER 10pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0
C211
F1G1H2R0A391
CAP CER 2pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C307
F1G1H100A406
CAP CER 10pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0
C212
F1G1H4R0A404
CAP CER 4pF +/- 0.25pF 50V NP0
C308
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C213
F1G1H1R0A391
CAP CER 1pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C309
F3E0J1060005
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 6.3V SMD CAS
C214
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C310
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C215
F1G1H1R0A391
CAP CER 1pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C311
F1G1E1020001
CAP CER 1nF 10% 25V X7R SMD 10
C216
F1G1H2R0A391
CAP CER 2pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C312
F1G1C1030002
CAP CER 10nF 10% 16V X7R SMD 1
C217
F1G1H1R5A391
CAP CER 1.5pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP
C313
F1G1E1820001
CAP CER 1.8nF 10% 25V X7R SMD
C219
F1G1H2R0A391
CAP CER 2pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C314
F1G1H100A406
CAP CER 10pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0
C223
F1G1H2R0A391
CAP CER 2pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C315
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C225
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C316
ECUE1H151JCQ
CAP CER 150pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C226
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C320
F1G1H100A406
CAP CER 10pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0
C227
F1G1H2R0A391
CAP CER 2pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C321
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C228
F1G1H5R0A404
CAP CER 5pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C322
F1G1H100A406
CAP CER 10pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0
C229
F1G1H1R0A391
CAP CER 1pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C323
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C230
F1G1H6R0A406
CAP CER 6pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0 S
C324
ECUE1H330JCQ
CAP CER 33pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C231
F1G1H6R0A406
CAP CER 6pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0 S
C350
F1G1E1020001
CAP CER 1nF 10% 25V X7R SMD 10
C232
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C353
F1G1C1030002
CAP CER 10nF 10% 16V X7R SMD 1
C234
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C355
F1G1E1020001
CAP CER 1nF 10% 25V X7R SMD 10
C235
ECUE1H151JCQ
CAP CER 150pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C356
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C236
F1G1H1R0A391
CAP CER 1pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C357
F1G1C1030002
CAP CER 10nF 10% 16V X7R SMD 1
C301
ECUE1H122KBQ
CAP CER 1.2nF 10% 50V X7R SMD
C358
F1G1E1020001
CAP CER 1nF 10% 25V X7R SMD 10
C302
F1J1E1030005
CAP CER 10nF 10% 25V X7R SMD 2
C360
ECUE1H680JCQ
CAP CER 68pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C303
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C401
ECST0JZ106R
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 6.3V SMD CAS
C304
F1G1H3R0A442
CAP CER 3pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C402
ECUE1H330JCQ
CAP CER 33pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C305
ECUE1E221KBQ
CAP CER 220pF 10% 25V X7R SMD
C403
ECST0JZ106R
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 6.3V SMD CAS
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Name: GD52 Main PCB
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Part Number
Description
Section
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Name: GD52 Main PCB
Ref
Part Number
Description
C404
ECUE1H330JCQ
CAP CER 33pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C625
F3E0G2260002
CAP TANT 22uF 20% 4V SMD CASE
C405
C406
ECST0JZ106R
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 6.3V SMD CAS
C626
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
ECUE1H330JCQ
CAP CER 33pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C627
F3E1A4750001
CAP TANT 4.7uF 20% 10V SMD CAS
C407
F1G1H3R0A442
CAP CER 3pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C628
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C408
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C629
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C409
F3F1A1060005
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 10V SMD CASE
C630
F1G1H100A406
CAP CER 10pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0
C605
ECUE1H470JCQ
CAP CER 47pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C631
F1G1H100A406
CAP CER 10pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0
C606
F1H1A224A006
CAP CER 220nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C632
F1G1E2220001
CAP CER 2.2nF 10% 25V X7R SMD
C607
F1H1A224A006
CAP CER 220nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C633
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C608
F1H1A224A006
CAP CER 220nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C634
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C609
F1H1A224A006
CAP CER 220nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C638
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C610
F1H1A224A006
CAP CER 220nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C639
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C611
F1J1A1050011
CAP CER 1uF 10% 10V X5R SMD 20
C640
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C612
F1J1A1050011
CAP CER 1uF 10% 10V X5R SMD 20
C641
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C613
F1J1A1050011
CAP CER 1uF 10% 10V X5R SMD 20
C642
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C614
F1J1A1050011
CAP CER 1uF 10% 10V X5R SMD 20
C643
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C615
F1H0J1050009
CAP CER 1uF 10% 6.3V X5R SMD 1
C644
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C616
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C646
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C617
F1G1E2720001
CAP CER 2.7nF 10% 25V X7R SMD
C647
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C618
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C649
F1G1H150A409
CAP CER 15pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C619
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C651
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C620
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C652
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C621
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C657
F1G1C3330001
CAP CER 33nF 10% 16V X5R SMD 1
C622
F1H0J1050009
CAP CER 1uF 10% 6.3V X5R SMD 1
C658
ECUE1H330JCQ
CAP CER 33pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C623
F1H0J1050009
CAP CER 1uF 10% 6.3V X5R SMD 1
C660
F1G1C3330001
CAP CER 33nF 10% 16V X5R SMD 1
C624
F1H0J1050009
CAP CER 1uF 10% 6.3V X5R SMD 1
C661
F1H0J1050009
CAP CER 1uF 10% 6.3V X5R SMD 1
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Name: GD52 Main PCB
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C662
F1J1A4750004
CAP CER 4.7uF -20+80% 10V Y5V
C706
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C663
F1H1A224A006
CAP CER 220nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C707
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C664
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C708
ECUE1E331KBQ
CAP CER 330pF 10% 25V X7R SMD
C668
F3E1A2250001
CAP TANT 2.2uF 20% 10V SMD CAS
C709
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C669
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C710
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C671
F3E0J1060005
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 6.3V SMD CAS
C711
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C672
F3E0J1060005
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 6.3V SMD CAS
C712
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C673
F3E0J1060005
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 6.3V SMD CAS
C713
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C674
F3E0J1060005
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 6.3V SMD CAS
C714
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C675
F3E0J1060005
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 6.3V SMD CAS
C716
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C676
ECUE1H470JCQ
CAP CER 47pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C723
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C677
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C724
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C678
F3F1A1560001
CAP TANT 15uF 20% 10V SMD CASE
C681
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
CN101
PY76037A
CONNECTOR RF (FOR GD52/92)
C683
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
CN601
PY76036B
CONNECTOR BOARD TO BOARD 33 PI
CN604
JA76026A
CONNECTOR I/O 14 WAY SMD
C685
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
CN605
PY76041A
CONNECTOR BATTERY 2 PIN 2A SMD
C687
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
CN606
PY76041A
CONNECTOR BATTERY 2 PIN 2A SMD
C689
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C690
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
CN607
PY76041A
CONNECTOR BATTERY 2 PIN 2A SMD
C691
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
D602
MAZS0470GL
DIODE MAZS0470G ZENER 4.7V SMD
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C692
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
D603
MAZS0470GL
DIODE MAZS0470G ZENER 4.7V SMD
C696
ECUE1H330JCQ
CAP CER 33pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
D604
B0BD6R800004
DIODE UMZ6.8EN ZENER 6.8V QUAD
C699
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
D605
B0JCMC000004
DIODE RB491DT146 SCHOTTKY 20V
C700
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
D606
MAZS0750ML
DIODE MAZS0750ML ZENER 7.5V SM
C704
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
D607
MAZS0750ML
DIODE MAZS0750ML ZENER 7.5V SM
D608
MAZS0750ML
DIODE MAZS0750ML ZENER 7.5V SM
C705
F1G1A1040002
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
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D609
MAZT068H0L
D610
D612
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Model EB-GD52
Name: GD52 Main PCB
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Part Number
Description
DIODE MAZT068H0L ZENER 6.8V SM
L101
ELJRE5N6JF2
INDUCTOR 5.6nH 5% SMD 1608
MAZT068H0L
DIODE MAZT068H0L ZENER 6.8V SM
L102
G1C3N9Z00004
INDUCTOR 3.9nH +/-0.3nH SMD 10
MAZS0750ML
DIODE MAZS0750ML ZENER 7.5V SM
L104
G1C33NJ00009
INDUCTOR 33nH 5% SMD 1005
D613
MAZS0750ML
DIODE MAZS0750ML ZENER 7.5V SM
L105
ELJRE5N6JF2
INDUCTOR 5.6nH 5% SMD 1608
D614
B0JCDD000001
DIODE RB521S-30 SCHOTTKY 30V 2
L108
G1C10NJ00008
INDUCTOR 10nH 5% SMD 1005
D615
MAZT068H0L
DIODE MAZT068H0L ZENER 6.8V SM
L109
G1C5N6Z00005
INDUCTOR 5.6nH +/-0.3nH SMD 10
D616
MAZT068H0L
DIODE MAZT068H0L ZENER 6.8V SM
L151
G1C5N6Z00005
INDUCTOR 5.6nH +/-0.3nH SMD 10
D618
MAZS0470GL
DIODE MAZS0470G ZENER 4.7V SMD
L152
G1C15NJ00008
INDUCTOR 15nH 5% SMD 1005
D619
MA2S11100L
DIODE MA2S111 80V 100mA SMD SS
L201
G1C10NJ00008
INDUCTOR 10nH 5% SMD 1005
D620
MAZS0470GL
DIODE MAZS0470G ZENER 4.7V SMD
L203
G1C2N7Z00007
INDUCTOR 2.7nH +/-0.3nH SMD 10
D621
MAZS0470GL
DIODE MAZS0470G ZENER 4.7V SMD
L204
G1C8N2J00004
INDUCTOR 8.2nH 5% SMD 1005
D625
B0JCDD000001
DIODE RB521S-30 SCHOTTKY 30V 2
L205
G1C6N8J00004
INDUCTOR 6.8nH 5% SMD 1005
L206
G1C5N6Z00005
INDUCTOR 5.6nH +/-0.3nH SMD 10
Notes
DS603
LNJ115W8PRA
DIODE LED GREEN/RED 10mA SMD 1
L208
G1C5N6Z00005
INDUCTOR 5.6nH +/-0.3nH SMD 10
DS604
B3ABB0000035
DIODE LED GREEN 2.2V 20mA SMD
L209
G1C82NJ00010
INDUCTOR 82nH 5% SMD 1005
DS605
B3ABB0000035
DIODE LED GREEN 2.2V 20mA SMD
DS606
B3ABB0000035
DIODE LED GREEN 2.2V 20mA SMD
L210
G1C82NJ00010
INDUCTOR 82nH 5% SMD 1005
DS607
B3ABB0000035
DIODE LED GREEN 2.2V 20mA SMD
L211
G1CR22J00006
INDUCTOR 220nH 5% SMD 1608
L212
ELJRE56NJF3
INDUCTOR 56nH 5% SMD 1608
B9Z000000018
COUPLER 897.5 MHz SMD 2012 6PI
L213
ELJRER12JF3
INDUCTOR 120nH 5% SMD 1608
E102
EHFFD1729
COUPLER 1.747 GHz SMD 2012 6PI
L214
G1CR10J00010
INDUCTOR 100nH 5% SMD 1005
FL101
EXCML16A270U
SUPPRESSOR EMI 27 OHM 4A SMD 1
L215
G1C3N3Z00005
INDUCTOR 3.3nH +/-0.3nH SMD 10
FL102
EXCML16A270U
SUPPRESSOR EMI 27 OHM 4A SMD 1
L217
G1C15NJ00008
INDUCTOR 15nH 5% SMD 1005
FL201
EFCH9418MTYF
FILTER SAW RX GSM/PCN SMD
L218
ELJRE82NJF3
INDUCTOR 82nH 5% SMD 1608
FL202
J0E1847B0002
FILTER DUAL LC RX SMD
L219
G1CR18J00004
INDUCTOR 180nH 5% SMD 1608
FL203
EFCH225MDQA2
FILTER IF SAW 225MHz SMD
L220
ELJRER12JF3
INDUCTOR 120nH 5% SMD 1608
J601
JC76001A
CONNECTOR AUDIO JACK SKT 2.5mm
L303
G1C39NJ00009
INDUCTOR 39nH 5% SMD 1005
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Model EB-GD52
Name: GD52 Main PCB
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Part Number
Description
L601
ELJRE82NJF3
INDUCTOR 82nH 5% SMD 1608
R115
ERJ2GEJ561X
RES 560 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
L602
ELJRE82NJF3
INDUCTOR 82nH 5% SMD 1608
R116
ERJ2GEJ270X
RES 27 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
L603
ELJRE82NJF3
INDUCTOR 82nH 5% SMD 1608
R117
ERJ2GEJ123X
RES 12K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
L604
ELJRE82NJF3
INDUCTOR 82nH 5% SMD 1608
R118
ERJ2GEJ392X
RES 3.9K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
L605
G1C82NJ00010
INDUCTOR 82nH 5% SMD 1005
R119
ERJ2GEJ392X
RES 3.9K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
L606
G1C82NJ00010
INDUCTOR 82nH 5% SMD 1005
R120
ERJ2GEJ123X
RES 12K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R121
ERJ2GEJ392X
RES 3.9K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R122
ERJ2GEJ392X
RES 3.9K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R123
ERJ2GEJ123X
RES 12K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R124
ERJ2GEJ223X
RES 22K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
M603
4FA018AZAJ
2 PIN CONTACT
Section
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Q103
B1GKCFLL0006
TRANSISTOR UMD2N DUAL SMD UMT6
Q104
B1GKCFLL0006
TRANSISTOR UMD2N DUAL SMD UMT6
Q106
XP0338900L
TRANSISTOR XP03389 NPN/PNP 10K
R150
ERJ2GEJ121X
RES 120 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
Q301
B1GKCFJJ0006
TRANSISTOR UMC3NTR PNP+NPN SMD
R151
ERJ2GEJ680X
RES 68 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
Q601
2SD15110FL
TRANSISTOR 2SD15110FL NPN HFE=
R152
ERJ2GEJ680X
RES 68 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R153
ERJ2GEJ181X
RES 180 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R154
ERJ2GEJ680X
RES 68 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
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Q602
B1DHDC000006
TRANSISTOR SI3443DV MOSFET 20V
Q603
B1GBCFNN0015
TRANSISTOR DTC144EM NPN 47K SM
R155
ERJ2GEJ680X
RES 68 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R101
ERJ2GEJ470X
RES 47 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R156
ERJ2GEJ223X
RES 22K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R102
ERJ2GEJ470X
RES 47 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R157
ERJ2GEJ103X
RES 10K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R104
ERJ2GEJ821X
RES 820 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R158
ERJ2GEJ103X
RES 10K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R105
ERJ2GEJ4R7X
RES 4.7 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R159
ERJ2GEJ273X
RES 27K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R106
ERJ2GEJ821X
RES 820 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R160
ERJ2GEJ104X
RES 100K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R109
ERJ2GEJ223X
RES 22K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R161
ERJ2GEJ333X
RES 33K 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R110
ERJ2GEJ122X
RES 1.2K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R163
ERJ2GEJ223X
RES 22K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R111
ERJ2GEJ223X
RES 22K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R301
ERJ2GEJ332X
RES 3.3K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R112
ERJ2GEJ122X
RES 1.2K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R302
ERJ2GEJ562X
RES 5.6K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R114
ERJ2GEJ271X
RES 270 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R304
ERJ2GEJ150X
RES 15 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
Notes
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Model EB-GD52
Name: GD52 Main PCB
Ref
Part Number
Description
Section
– 65 –
Name: GD52 Main PCB
Ref
Part Number
Description
R305
ERJ2GEJ470X
RES 47 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R617
ERJ2GEJ222X
RES 2.2K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R306
R307
ERJ2GEJ4R7X
RES 4.7 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R618
ERJ2GEJ223X
RES 22K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
ERJ2GEJ821X
RES 820 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R619
ERJ2GEJ562X
RES 5.6K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R308
ERJ2GEJ821X
RES 820 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R620
ERJ2GEJ150X
RES 15 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R309
ERJ2GEJ222X
RES 2.2K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R621
ERJ2GEJ102X
RES 1K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R310
ERJ2GEJ152X
RES 1.5K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R622
ERJ2GEJ104X
RES 100K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R312
ERJ2GEJ120X
RES 12 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R623
ERJ3RED105V
RES 1M OHM 0.5% 1/16W SMD 1608
R313
ERJ2GEJ270X
RES 27 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R624
ERJ3RED274V
RES 270K OHM 0.5% 1/16W SMD 16
R314
ERJ2GEJ471X
RES 470 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R625
ERJ2GEJ222X
RES 2.2K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R315
ERJ2GEJ471X
RES 470 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R626
ERJ2GEJ393X
RES 39K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R350
ERJ2GEJ472X
RES 4.7K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R627
ERJ2GEJ124X
RES 120K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R351
ERJ2GE0R00X
RES JUMPER 0 OHM 1A SMD 1005
R628
ERJ2GEJ104X
RES 100K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R353
ERJ2GEJ104X
RES 100K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R630
ERJ2GEJ104X
RES 100K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R355
ERJ2GE0R00X
RES JUMPER 0 OHM 1A SMD 1005
R631
ERJ2GEJ224X
RES 220K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R601
ERJ2GEJ101X
RES 100 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R632
ERJ2GEJ120X
RES 12 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R602
ERJ2GEJ101X
RES 100 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R633
ERJ2GEJ120X
RES 12 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R603
ERJ2GEJ101X
RES 100 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R634
ERJ2GEJ152X
RES 1.5K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R604
ERJ2GEJ101X
RES 100 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R635
ERJ2GEJ331X
RES 330 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R605
ERJ2GEJ101X
RES 100 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R636
ERJ2GEJ152X
RES 1.5K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R606
EXB24V181JX
RES NETWORK 180 OHMx2 5% 1/16W
R637
ERJ2GEJ331X
RES 330 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R607
EXB24V181JX
RES NETWORK 180 OHMx2 5% 1/16W
R639
ERJ2GEJ223X
RES 22K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R612
ERJ2GEJ391X
RES 390 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R640
ERJ2GE0R00X
RES JUMPER 0 OHM 1A SMD 1005
R613
ERJ2GEJ181X
RES 180 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R641
ERJ2GEJ470X
RES 47 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R614
ERJ2GEJ153X
RES 15K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R642
ERJ2GE0R00X
RES JUMPER 0 OHM 1A SMD 1005
R615
ERJ2GEJ222X
RES 2.2K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R643
ERJ2GEJ223X
RES 22K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R616
ERJ2GEJ222X
RES 2.2K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R644
ERJ6RSFR15V
RES 0.15 OHM 1% 1/10W SMD 2012
Notes
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Model EB-GD52
Notes
Name: GD52 Main PCB
Ref
Part Number
Description
Notes
Model EB-GD52
Name: GD52 Main PCB
Ref
Part Number
Description
R645
ERJ2GEJ331X
RES 330 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R687
ERJ2GEJ4R7X
RES 4.7 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R646
ERJ2GEJ331X
RES 330 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R690
ERJ2GEJ471X
RES 470 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R649
ERJ2GEJ332X
RES 3.3K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R650
ERJ2GEJ681X
RES 680 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
U101
C5CB00000023
PA PF08103B-02-TB DUAL GSM/DCS
R652
EXB24V331JX
RES NETWORK 330 OHMx2 5% 1/16W
U102
J2FZ00000003
DIPLEXER ANTENNA SW GSM/DCS SM
U103
UY76130A
VCO TX 9.1mmx7.0mm SMD
R654
ERJ2GEJ331X
RES 330 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
U104
C1CB00000867
IC HD155133TF TX/RX PLL BRIGHT
R655
ERJ2GEJ331X
RES 330 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
U150
C1CB00000870
IC HD155171NPEL DUAL BAND APC
R656
ERJ2GEJ331X
RES 330 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R657
ERJ2GEJ331X
RES 330 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
U301
UY76129A
VCO RF SMD 9.1mm x 7.0mm
R659
ERJ2GE0R00X
RES JUMPER 0 OHM 1A SMD 1005
U302
UY76165A
VCO IF 538-566MHz SMD
U350
H1D1305B0005
TCVCXO 13MHz SMD 7.0 x 5.2 x 1
Section
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R664
ERJ2GEJ104X
RES 100K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
U351
C0JBAB000007
IC TC7S04FU INVERTER SMD SSOP5
R666
ERJ2GEJ223X
RES 22K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
U401
C0DBZFC00004
IC R5320G001A VOLTAGE REGULATO
R668
ERJ2GEJ104X
RES 100K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R669
ERJ2GEJ331X
RES 330 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
U601
UY76158A
IC HERCULES WITH 2M SRAM 0.8mm
R671
ERJ2GEJ272X
RES 2.7K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
U602
UY76147A
IC OMEGA 0.8MM PITCH SMD BGA10
U604
UY76126A
IC BH6007KUT ACCESSORY ASIC 0.
X608
JS76002A
CONNECTOR SIM HOLDER GSM 6 PIN
Y601
H0J327200022
CRYSTAL 32.768KHz SMD 7.0x1.5x
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R672
ERJ2GEJ222X
RES 2.2K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R674
ERJ2GEJ104X
RES 100K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R675
ERJ2GEJ104X
RES 100K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R677
ERJ2GE0R00X
RES JUMPER 0 OHM 1A SMD 1005
R678
ERJ2GE0R00X
RES JUMPER 0 OHM 1A SMD 1005
R679
ERJ2GEJ103X
RES 10K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R680
ERJ2GEJ104X
RES 100K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R681
ERJ2GE0R00X
RES JUMPER 0 OHM 1A SMD 1005
R682
ERJ2GE0R00X
RES JUMPER 0 OHM 1A SMD 1005
R685
ERJ2GEJ391X
RES 390 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R686
ERJ2GEJ4R7X
RES 4.7 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
Notes
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7.2.3.
GD92 / GD92C Main PCB
Model EB-GD92 / EB-GD92C
Name: GD92 / GD92C Main PCB
Ref
Description
Part Number
Notes
Model EB-GD92 / EB-GD92C
Name: GD92 / GD92C Main PCB
Ref
Part Number
Description
C145
ECUE1H151JCQ
CAP CER 150pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C146
F1G1H3R0A442
CAP CER 3pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C148
F1G1C1030002
CAP CER 10nF 10% 16V X7R SMD 1
C101
ECUE1H330JCQ
CAP CER 33pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C152
ECUE1H820JCQ
CAP CER 82pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C104
F1G1H220A409
CAP CER 22pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C153
ECUE1H820JCQ
CAP CER 82pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C105
ECUE1H470JCQ
CAP CER 47pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C106
F1G1H220A409
CAP CER 22pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C107
F1G1H220A409
CAP CER 22pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C154
ECUE1H151JCQ
CAP CER 150pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C155
F1G1H1R0A391
CAP CER 1pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C156
F1G1H1R5A391
CAP CER 1.5pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP
C157
F1G1H6R0A406
CAP CER 6pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0 S
C158
ECUE1H151JCQ
CAP CER 150pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C159
F1G1H1R5A391
CAP CER 1.5pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP
C161
F1G1C1030002
CAP CER 10nF 10% 16V X7R SMD 1
C162
ECUE1E681KBQ
CAP CER 680pF 10% 25V X7R SMD
C108
F1G1H220A409
CAP CER 22pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C109
F1G1H220A409
CAP CER 22pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C112
F1G1HR50A391
CAP CER 0.5pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP
C113
F1G1H1R0A391
CAP CER 1pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C114
F1G1H1R0A391
CAP CER 1pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
Section
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F3F1A1560001
CAP TANT 15uF 20% 10V SMD CASE
C163
ECUE1E681KBQ
CAP CER 680pF 10% 25V X7R SMD
C118
ECUE1H470JCQ
CAP CER 47pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C164
ECUE1E221KBQ
CAP CER 220pF 10% 25V X7R SMD
C123
F1G1H220A409
CAP CER 22pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C125
ECUE1E681KBQ
CAP CER 680pF 10% 25V X7R SMD
C127
F3F1A1060005
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 10V SMD CASE
C201
F1G1H220A409
CAP CER 22pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C202
ECUE1H470JCQ
CAP CER 47pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C204
F1G1H1R0A391
CAP CER 1pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C205
F1G1H3R0A442
CAP CER 3pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C206
F1G1H1R0A391
CAP CER 1pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C207
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C208
F1G1H1R0A391
CAP CER 1pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C209
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C211
F1G1H2R0A391
CAP CER 2pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C212
F1G1H4R0A404
CAP CER 4pF +/- 0.25pF 50V NP0
C213
F1G1H1R0A391
CAP CER 1pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C214
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C215
F1G1H1R0A391
CAP CER 1pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C216
F1G1H2R0A391
CAP CER 2pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C217
F1G1H1R5A391
CAP CER 1.5pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP
C131
ECUE1H330JCQ
CAP CER 33pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C132
ECUE1H330JCQ
CAP CER 33pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C133
F1G1H270A409
CAP CER 27pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C134
F1G1H3R0A442
CAP CER 3pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C135
F1H0J1050009
CAP CER 1uF 10% 6.3V X5R SMD 1
C136
F1G1H3R0A442
CAP CER 3pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C137
F1G1H100A406
CAP CER 10pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0
C138
F1H1E223A029
CAP CER 22nF 10% 25V X7R SMD 1
C139
ECUE1H391KBQ
CAP CER 390pF 10% 50V X7R SMD
C141
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C142
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C143
ECUE1H330JCQ
CAP CER 33pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C144
ECUE1H151JCQ
CAP CER 150pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
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Notes
Name: GD92 / GD92C Main PCB
Ref
Part Number
Description
Notes
Model EB-GD92 / EB-GD92C
Name: GD92 / GD92C Main PCB
Ref
Part Number
Description
Section
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MCUK000601C8
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C219
F1G1H2R0A391
CAP CER 2pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C321
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C223
F1G1H2R0A391
CAP CER 2pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C322
F1G1H100A406
CAP CER 10pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0
C225
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C323
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C226
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C324
ECUE1H330JCQ
CAP CER 33pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C227
F1G1H2R0A391
CAP CER 2pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C350
F1G1E1020001
CAP CER 1nF 10% 25V X7R SMD 10
C228
F1G1H5R0A404
CAP CER 5pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C353
F1G1C1030002
CAP CER 10nF 10% 16V X7R SMD 1
C229
F1G1H1R0A391
CAP CER 1pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C355
F1G1E1020001
CAP CER 1nF 10% 25V X7R SMD 10
C230
F1G1H6R0A406
CAP CER 6pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0 S
C356
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C231
F1G1H6R0A406
CAP CER 6pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0 S
C357
F1G1C1030002
CAP CER 10nF 10% 16V X7R SMD 1
C232
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C358
F1G1E1020001
CAP CER 1nF 10% 25V X7R SMD 10
C234
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C360
ECUE1H680JCQ
CAP CER 68pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C235
ECUE1H151JCQ
CAP CER 150pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C401
ECST0JZ106R
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 6.3V SMD CAS
C236
F1G1H1R0A391
CAP CER 1pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C402
ECUE1H330JCQ
CAP CER 33pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C301
ECUE1H122KBQ
CAP CER 1.2nF 10% 50V X7R SMD
C403
ECST0JZ106R
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 6.3V SMD CAS
C302
F1J1E1030005
CAP CER 10nF 10% 25V X7R SMD 2
C404
ECUE1H330JCQ
CAP CER 33pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C303
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C405
ECST0JZ106R
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 6.3V SMD CAS
C304
F1G1H3R0A442
CAP CER 3pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C406
ECUE1H330JCQ
CAP CER 33pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C305
ECUE1E221KBQ
CAP CER 220pF 10% 25V X7R SMD
C407
F1G1H3R0A442
CAP CER 3pF +/-0.25pF 50V NP0
C306
F1G1H100A406
CAP CER 10pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0
C408
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C307
F1G1H100A406
CAP CER 10pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0
C409
F3F1A1060005
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 10V SMD CASE
C308
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C605
ECUE1H470JCQ
CAP CER 47pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C309
F3E0J1060005
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 6.3V SMD CAS
C606
F1H1A224A006
CAP CER 220nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C310
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C607
F1H1A224A006
CAP CER 220nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C311
F1G1E1020001
CAP CER 1nF 10% 25V X7R SMD 10
C608
F1H1A224A006
CAP CER 220nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C312
F1G1C1030002
CAP CER 10nF 10% 16V X7R SMD 1
C609
F1H1A224A006
CAP CER 220nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C313
F1G1E1820001
CAP CER 1.8nF 10% 25V X7R SMD
C610
F1H1A224A006
CAP CER 220nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C314
F1G1H100A406
CAP CER 10pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0
C611
F1J1A1050011
CAP CER 1uF 10% 10V X5R SMD 20
C315
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C612
F1J1A1050011
CAP CER 1uF 10% 10V X5R SMD 20
C316
ECUE1H151JCQ
CAP CER 150pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C613
F1J1A1050011
CAP CER 1uF 10% 10V X5R SMD 20
C320
F1G1H100A406
CAP CER 10pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0
C614
F1J1A1050011
CAP CER 1uF 10% 10V X5R SMD 20
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Model EB-GD92 / EB-GD92C
Name: GD92 / GD92C Main PCB
Ref
Part Number
Description
Notes
Model EB-GD92 / EB-GD92C
Name: GD92 / GD92C Main PCB
Ref
Part Number
Description
Section
– 69 –
F1H0J1050009
CAP CER 1uF 10% 6.3V X5R SMD 1
C649
F1G1H150A409
CAP CER 15pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C651
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C617
F1G1E2720001
CAP CER 2.7nF 10% 25V X7R SMD
C652
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C618
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C657
F1G1C3330001
CAP CER 33nF 10% 16V X5R SMD 1
C619
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C658
ECUE1H330JCQ
CAP CER 33pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C620
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C660
F1G1C3330001
CAP CER 33nF 10% 16V X5R SMD 1
C621
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C661
F1H0J1050009
CAP CER 1uF 10% 6.3V X5R SMD 1
C622
F1H0J1050009
CAP CER 1uF 10% 6.3V X5R SMD 1
C662
F1J1A4750004
CAP CER 4.7uF -20+80% 10V Y5V
C623
F1H0J1050009
CAP CER 1uF 10% 6.3V X5R SMD 1
C663
F1H1A224A006
CAP CER 220nF 10% 10V X7R SMD
C624
F1H0J1050009
CAP CER 1uF 10% 6.3V X5R SMD 1
C664
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C625
F3E0G2260003
CAP TANT 22uF 20% 4V SMD CASE
C669
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C626
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C671
F3E0J1060005
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 6.3V SMD CAS
C627
F3E1A4750001
CAP TANT 4.7uF 20% 10V SMD CAS
C671
F3E1A2250001
CAP TANT 2.2uF 20% 10V SMD CAS
C628
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C672
F3E0J1060005
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 6.3V SMD CAS
C629
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C673
F3E0J1060005
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 6.3V SMD CAS
C630
F1G1H100A406
CAP CER 10pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0
C674
F3E0J1060005
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 6.3V SMD CAS
C631
F1G1H100A406
CAP CER 10pF +/-0.5pF 50V NP0
C675
F3E0J1060005
CAP TANT 10uF 20% 6.3V SMD CAS
C632
F1G1E2220001
CAP CER 2.2nF 10% 25V X7R SMD
C676
ECUE1H470JCQ
CAP CER 47pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C633
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C677
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C634
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C678
F3F1A1560001
CAP TANT 15uF 20% 10V SMD CASE
C635
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C681
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C638
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C683
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C639
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C685
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C640
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C687
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C641
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C689
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C642
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C690
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C643
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C691
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C644
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C692
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C646
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
C696
ECUE1H330JCQ
CAP CER 33pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 10
C647
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C699
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
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C616
Notes
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Part Number
Description
Notes
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Name: GD92 / GD92C Main PCB
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Part Number
Description
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C700
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
D612
MAZS0750ML
DIODE MAZS0750ML ZENER 7.5V SM
C701
F1H0J1050009
CAP CER 1uF 10% 6.3V X5R SMD 1
D613
MAZS0750ML
DIODE MAZS0750ML ZENER 7.5V SM
C702
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
D614
B0JCDD000001
DIODE RB521S-30 SCHOTTKY 30V 2
C703
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
D618
MAZS0470GL
DIODE MAZS0470G ZENER 4.7V SMD
C704
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
D619
MA2S11100L
DIODE MA2S111 80V 100mA SMD SS
C705
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
D620
MAZS0470GL
DIODE MAZS0470G ZENER 4.7V SMD
C706
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
D621
MAZS0470GL
DIODE MAZS0470G ZENER 4.7V SMD
C707
ECUE1H101JCQ
CAP CER 100pF 5% 50V NP0 SMD 1
D623
B0JCDC000001
DIODE RB520S-30 SCHOTTKY 30V 2
C708
ECUE1E331KBQ
CAP CER 330pF 10% 25V X7R SMD
D624
B0JCDD000001
DIODE RB521S-30 SCHOTTKY 30V 2
C710
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
D625
B0JCDD000001
DIODE RB521S-30 SCHOTTKY 30V 2
C711
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
D626
MA4SD0100L
DIODE MA4SD0100L DUAL 30V 30mA
C712
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
C713
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
DS601
LNJ717W80RAV
DIODE LED GREEN/ORANGE/BLUE SM
C717
F1G1A104A012
CAP CER 100nF 10% 10V X5R SMD
DS603
LNJ115W8PRA
DIODE LED GREEN/RED 10mA SMD 1
CN101
PY76037A
CONNECTOR RF (FOR GD52/92)
E101
B9Z000000018
COUPLER 897.5 MHz SMD 2012 6PI
CN601
PY76036B
CONNECTOR BOARD TO BOARD 33 PI
E102
EHFFD1729
COUPLER 1.747 GHz SMD 2012 6PI
CN603
K3ZZ00200009
HOLDER FOR BATTERY CELL
CN604
JA76026A
CONNECTOR I/O 14 WAY SMD
FL101
EXCML16A270U
SUPPRESSOR EMI 27 OHM 4A SMD 1
CN605
PY76041A
CONNECTOR BATTERY 2 PIN 2A SMD
FL102
EXCML16A270U
SUPPRESSOR EMI 27 OHM 4A SMD 1
FL201
EFCH9418MTYF
FILTER SAW RX GSM/PCN SMD
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CN606
PY76041A
CONNECTOR BATTERY 2 PIN 2A SMD
FL202
J0E1847B0002
FILTER DUAL LC RX SMD
CN607
PY76041A
CONNECTOR BATTERY 2 PIN 2A SMD
FL203
EFCH225MDQA2
FILTER IF SAW 225MHz SMD
D602
MAZS0470GL
DIODE MAZS0470G ZENER 4.7V SMD
J601
JC76001A
CONNECTOR AUDIO JACK SKT 2.5mm
D603
MAZS0470GL
DIODE MAZS0470G ZENER 4.7V SMD
D604
B0BD6R800004
DIODE UMZ6.8EN ZENER 6.8V QUAD
L101
ELJRE5N6JF2
INDUCTOR 5.6nH 5% SMD 1608
D605
B0JCMC000004
DIODE RB491DT146 SCHOTTKY 20V
L102
G1C3N9Z00004
INDUCTOR 3.9nH +/-0.3nH SMD 10
D606
MAZS0750ML
DIODE MAZS0750ML ZENER 7.5V SM
L104
G1C33NJ00009
INDUCTOR 33nH 5% SMD 1005
L105
ELJRE5N6JF2
INDUCTOR 5.6nH 5% SMD 1608
L108
G1C10NJ00008
INDUCTOR 10nH 5% SMD 1005
L151
G1C5N6Z00005
INDUCTOR 5.6nH +/-0.3nH SMD 10
D607
MAZS0750ML
DIODE MAZS0750ML ZENER 7.5V SM
D608
MAZS0750ML
DIODE MAZS0750ML ZENER 7.5V SM
D609
B0BD6R800004
DIODE UMZ6.8EN ZENER 6.8V QUAD
D610
B0BD6R800004
DIODE UMZ6.8EN ZENER 6.8V QUAD
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Name: GD92 / GD92C Main PCB
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Part Number
Description
Notes
Model EB-GD92 / EB-GD92C
Name: GD92 / GD92C Main PCB
Ref
Part Number
Description
L152
G1C15NJ00008
INDUCTOR 15nH 5% SMD 1005
Q601
2SD15110FL
TRANSISTOR 2SD15110FL NPN HFE=
L201
G1C10NJ00008
INDUCTOR 10nH 5% SMD 1005
Q602
B1DHDC000006
TRANSISTOR SI3443DV MOSFET 20V
L203
G1C2N7Z00007
INDUCTOR 2.7nH +/-0.3nH SMD 10
Q603
B1GBCFNN0015
TRANSISTOR DTC144EM NPN 47K SM
L204
G1C8N2J00004
INDUCTOR 8.2nH 5% SMD 1005
L205
G1C6N8J00004
INDUCTOR 6.8nH 5% SMD 1005
R101
ERJ2GEJ470X
RES 47 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R102
ERJ2GEJ470X
RES 47 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
L206
G1C5N6Z00005
INDUCTOR 5.6nH +/-0.3nH SMD 10
R104
ERJ2GEJ821X
RES 820 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
L208
G1C5N6Z00005
INDUCTOR 5.6nH +/-0.3nH SMD 10
R105
ERJ2GEJ4R7X
RES 4.7 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
L209
G1C82NJ00010
INDUCTOR 82nH 5% SMD 1005
R106
ERJ2GEJ821X
RES 820 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
L210
G1C82NJ00010
INDUCTOR 82nH 5% SMD 1005
L211
G1CR22J00006
INDUCTOR 220nH 5% SMD 1608
R109
ERJ2GEJ223X
RES 22K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R110
ERJ2GEJ122X
RES 1.2K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
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L212
ELJRE56NJF3
INDUCTOR 56nH 5% SMD 1608
R111
ERJ2GEJ223X
RES 22K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
L213
ELJRER12JF3
INDUCTOR 120nH 5% SMD 1608
R112
ERJ2GEJ122X
RES 1.2K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
L214
G1CR10J00010
INDUCTOR 100nH 5% SMD 1005
R114
ERJ2GEJ271X
RES 270 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
L215
G1C3N3Z00005
INDUCTOR 3.3nH +/-0.3nH SMD 10
L217
G1C15NJ00008
INDUCTOR 15nH 5% SMD 1005
R115
ERJ2GEJ561X
RES 560 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R116
ERJ2GEJ270X
RES 27 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
L218
ELJRE82NJF3
INDUCTOR 82nH 5% SMD 1608
R117
ERJ2GEJ123X
RES 12K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
L219
G1CR18J00004
INDUCTOR 180nH 5% SMD 1608
R118
ERJ2GEJ392X
RES 3.9K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
L220
ELJRER12JF3
INDUCTOR 120nH 5% SMD 1608
R119
ERJ2GEJ392X
RES 3.9K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
L303
G1C39NJ00009
INDUCTOR 39nH 5% SMD 1005
L601
ELJRE82NJF3
INDUCTOR 82nH 5% SMD 1608
R120
ERJ2GEJ123X
RES 12K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R121
ERJ2GEJ392X
RES 3.9K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
ELJRE82NJF3
INDUCTOR 82nH 5% SMD 1608
R122
ERJ2GEJ392X
RES 3.9K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
L603
ELJRE82NJF3
INDUCTOR 82nH 5% SMD 1608
R123
ERJ2GEJ123X
RES 12K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
L604
ELJRE82NJF3
INDUCTOR 82nH 5% SMD 1608
R124
ERJ2GEJ223X
RES 22K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
L605
G1C82NJ00010
INDUCTOR 82nH 5% SMD 1005
L606
G1C82NJ00010
INDUCTOR 82nH 5% SMD 1005
R150
ERJ2GEJ121X
RES 120 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R151
ERJ2GEJ680X
RES 68 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R152
ERJ2GEJ680X
RES 68 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R153
ERJ2GEJ181X
RES 180 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R154
ERJ2GEJ680X
RES 68 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
M603
4FA018AZAJ
2 PIN CONTACT
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Q103
B1GKCFLL0006
TRANSISTOR UMD2N DUAL SMD UMT6
Q104
B1GKCFLL0006
TRANSISTOR UMD2N DUAL SMD UMT6
Q106
XP0338900L
TRANSISTOR XP03389 NPN/PNP 10K
R155
ERJ2GEJ680X
RES 68 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
Q301
B1GKCFJJ0006
TRANSISTOR UMC3NTR PNP+NPN SMD
R156
ERJ2GEJ223X
RES 22K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
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Notes
Name: GD92 / GD92C Main PCB
Ref
Part Number
Description
Notes
Model EB-GD92 / EB-GD92C
Name: GD92 / GD92C Main PCB
Ref
Part Number
Description
Section
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R156
ERJ2GEJ273X
RES 27K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R612
ERJ2GEJ391X
RES 390 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R157
ERJ2GEJ103X
RES 10K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R613
ERJ2GEJ181X
RES 180 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R158
ERJ2GEJ103X
RES 10K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R614
ERJ2GEJ153X
RES 15K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R159
ERJ2GEJ273X
RES 27K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R615
ERJ2GEJ222X
RES 2.2K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R160
ERJ2GEJ104X
RES 100K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R616
ERJ2GEJ222X
RES 2.2K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R161
ERJ2GEJ333X
RES 33K 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R617
ERJ2GEJ222X
RES 2.2K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R163
ERJ2GEJ223X
RES 22K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R618
ERJ2GEJ223X
RES 22K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R301
ERJ2GEJ332X
RES 3.3K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R619
ERJ2GEJ562X
RES 5.6K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R302
ERJ2GEJ562X
RES 5.6K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R620
ERJ2GEJ150X
RES 15 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R304
ERJ2GEJ150X
RES 15 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R621
ERJ2GEJ102X
RES 1K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R305
ERJ2GEJ470X
RES 47 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R622
ERJ2GEJ104X
RES 100K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R306
ERJ2GEJ4R7X
RES 4.7 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R623
ERJ3RED105V
RES 1M OHM 0.5% 1/16W SMD 1608
R307
ERJ2GEJ821X
RES 820 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R624
ERJ3RED274V
RES 270K OHM 0.5% 1/16W SMD 16
R308
ERJ2GEJ821X
RES 820 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R625
ERJ2GEJ222X
RES 2.2K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R309
ERJ2GEJ222X
RES 2.2K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R626
ERJ2GEJ393X
RES 39K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R310
ERJ2GEJ152X
RES 1.5K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R627
ERJ2GEJ124X
RES 120K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R312
ERJ2GEJ470X
RES 47 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R628
ERJ2GEJ104X
RES 100K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R313
ERJ2GEJ270X
RES 27 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R630
ERJ2GEJ104X
RES 100K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R350
ERJ2GEJ472X
RES 4.7K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R631
ERJ2GEJ224X
RES 220K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R351
ERJ2GE0R00X
RES JUMPER 0 OHM 1A SMD 1005
R632
ERJ2GEJ120X
RES 12 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R353
ERJ2GEJ104X
RES 100K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R633
ERJ2GEJ120X
RES 12 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R355
ERJ2GE0R00X
RES JUMPER 0 OHM 1A SMD 1005
R634
ERJ2GEJ152X
RES 1.5K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R601
ERJ2GEJ101X
RES 100 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R635
ERJ2GEJ331X
RES 330 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R602
ERJ2GEJ101X
RES 100 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R636
ERJ2GEJ152X
RES 1.5K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R603
ERJ2GEJ101X
RES 100 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R637
ERJ2GEJ331X
RES 330 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R604
ERJ2GEJ101X
RES 100 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R639
ERJ2GEJ223X
RES 22K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R605
ERJ2GEJ101X
RES 100 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R640
ERJ2GE0R00X
RES JUMPER 0 OHM 1A SMD 1005
R606
ERJ2GEJ151X
RES 150 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R641
ERJ2GEJ470X
RES 47 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R607
ERJ2GEJ121X
RES 120 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R642
ERJ2GE0R00X
RES JUMPER 0 OHM 1A SMD 1005
R608
ERJ2GEJ121X
RES 120 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R643
ERJ2GEJ223X
RES 22K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
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Name: GD92 / GD92C Main PCB
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Part Number
Description
Notes
Model EB-GD92 / EB-GD92C
Name: GD92 / GD92C Main PCB
Ref
Part Number
Description
S601
EVQPSR02K
SWITCH TACTILE
R644
ERJ6RSFR15V
RES 0.15 OHM 1% 1/10W SMD 2012
R645
ERJ2GEJ331X
RES 330 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R646
ERJ2GEJ331X
RES 330 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
U101
C5CB00000023
PA PF08103B-02-TB DUAL GSM/DCS
R647
ERJ2GEJ561X
RES 560 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
U102
J2FZ00000002
DIPLEXER ANT SW GSM/DCS SMD
R648
ERJ2GEJ103X
RES 10K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
U103
UY76130A
VCO TX 9.1mmx7.0mm SMD
U104
C1CB00000867
IC HD155133TF TX/RX PLL BRIGHT
U150
C1CB00000870
IC HD155171NPEL DUAL BAND APC
R649
ERJ2GEJ332X
RES 3.3K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R650
ERJ2GEJ681X
RES 680 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R651
ERJ2GEJ331X
RES 330 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
U301
UY76129A
VCO RF SMD 9.1mm x 7.0mm
R652
ERJ2GEJ331X
RES 330 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
U302
UY76165A
VCO IF 538-566MHz SMD
R653
ERJ2GEJ331X
RES 330 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
U350
TX76001A
TCVCXO 13MHz SMD 7.0x5.0x1.7 4
U351
C0JBAB000007
IC TC7S04FU INVERTER SMD SSOP5
U401
C0DBZFC00004
IC R5320G001A VOLTAGE REGULATO
Section
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R654
ERJ2GEJ331X
RES 330 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R655
ERJ2GEJ331X
RES 330 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R656
ERJ2GEJ331X
RES 330 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
U601
UY76158A
IC HERCULES WITH 2M SRAM 0.8mm
R657
ERJ2GEJ331X
RES 330 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
U602
UY76147A
IC OMEGA 0.8MM PITCH SMD BGA10
R664
ERJ2GEJ104X
RES 100K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
U604
UY76159A
IC ACCESSORY ASIC 0.4mm PITCH
U607
C0JBAZ001190
IC RV5C348B RTC OUTPUT ENABLED
X608
JS76002A
CONNECTOR SIM HOLDER GSM 6 PIN
Y601
H0J327200022
CRYSTAL 32.768KHz SMD 7.0x1.5x
ERJ2GEJ223X
RES 22K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R668
ERJ2GEJ104X
RES 100K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R669
ERJ2GEJ331X
RES 330 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R671
ERJ2GEJ272X
RES 2.7K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R672
ERJ2GEJ222X
RES 2.2K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R674
ERJ2GEJ104X
RES 100K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R675
ERJ2GE0R00X
RES JUMPER 0 OHM 1A SMD 1005
GD92
R676
ERJ2GE0R00X
RES JUMPER 0 OHM 1A SMD 1005
GD92C
R677
ERJ2GE0R00X
RES JUMPER 0 OHM 1A SMD 1005
R678
ERJ2GE0R00X
RES JUMPER 0 OHM 1A SMD 1005
R679
ERJ2GEJ103X
RES 10K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R680
ERJ2GEJ104X
RES 100K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R683
ERJ2GEJ104X
RES 100K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R684
ERJ2GEJ472X
RES 4.7K OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
R685
ERJ2GEJ391X
RES 390 OHM 5% 1/16W SMD 1005
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GD52 Keypad PCB
Model EB-GD52
Name: GD52 Keypad PCB
Ref
Part Number
Description
7.2.5.
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GD92 / GD92C Keypad PCB
Model EB-GD92 / EB-GD92C
Name: GD92 / GD92C Keypad PCB
Ref
Part Number
Description
D801
MA2S11100L
DIODE MA2S111 80V 100mA SMD SS
D801
MA2S11100L
DIODE MA2S111 80V 100mA SMD SS
DS801
B3ABB0000035
DIODE LED GREEN 2.2V 20mA SMD
DS801
LNJ312G8J0MC
DIODE LED GREEN 2.2V 22mA SMD
DS802
B3ABB0000035
DIODE LED GREEN 2.2V 20mA SMD
DS802
LNJ312G8J0MC
DIODE LED GREEN 2.2V 22mA SMD
DS803
B3ABB0000035
DIODE LED GREEN 2.2V 20mA SMD
DS803
LNJ312G8J0MC
DIODE LED GREEN 2.2V 22mA SMD
DS804
B3ABB0000035
DIODE LED GREEN 2.2V 20mA SMD
DS804
LNJ312G8J0MC
DIODE LED GREEN 2.2V 22mA SMD
DS805
B3ABB0000035
DIODE LED GREEN 2.2V 20mA SMD
DS805
LNJ312G8J0MC
DIODE LED GREEN 2.2V 22mA SMD
DS806
B3ABB0000035
DIODE LED GREEN 2.2V 20mA SMD
DS806
LNJ312G8J0MC
DIODE LED GREEN 2.2V 22mA SMD
LNJ312G8J0MC
DIODE LED GREEN 2.2V 22mA SMD
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DS807
B3ABB0000035
DIODE LED GREEN 2.2V 20mA SMD
DS807
DS808
B3ABB0000035
DIODE LED GREEN 2.2V 20mA SMD
DS808
LNJ312G8J0MC
DIODE LED GREEN 2.2V 22mA SMD
R801
EXB24V181JX
RES NETWORK 180 OHMx2 5% 1/16W
R801
EXB24V181JX
RES NETWORK 180 OHMx2 5% 1/16W
EXB24V181JX
RES NETWORK 180 OHMx2 5% 1/16W
R802
EXB24V181JX
RES NETWORK 180 OHMx2 5% 1/16W
R802
R803
EXB24V181JX
RES NETWORK 180 OHMx2 5% 1/16W
R803
EXB24V181JX
RES NETWORK 180 OHMx2 5% 1/16W
RES NETWORK 180 OHMx2 5% 1/16W
R804
EXB24V181JX
RES NETWORK 180 OHMx2 5% 1/16W
R804
EXB24V181JX
Notes
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7.3.1.
Refurbishment Kits
GD52
Model EB-GD52
Name: Refurbishment Kits
Ref
Part Number
Description
9R5200B
REFURBISHMENT KIT, BLUE
Model EB-GD52/92/92C
Name: Jigs and Tools
Ref
Part Number
Description
JT00044
GD52 RF ADAPTOR
JT00045
GD52 TEST BATTERY
JT00040
GD92 / GD92C RF ADAPTOR
Notes
7.5.
7.3.2.
7.5.1.
GD92 / GD92C
Notes
Printed Material
Document Packs
NOTE: Document Packs consist of language-specific User Guide, Quick Start and
Warranty Guide where applicable.
Model EB-GD92
Name: Refurbishment Kits
Ref
Description
Section
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7.4.
Part Number
9R9200B
REFURBISHMENT KIT, BLUE
9R9200T
REFURBISHMENT KIT, TITANIUM GREY
Notes
Model EB-GD52
Ref
Repair Jigs and Tools
Name: Document Packs
Part Number
GD52
GD92
Description
GD92DPK01
ARABIC, ENGLISH
GD52DPK02
GD92DPK02
CZECH
GD52DPK03
GD92DPK03
DANISH, GERMAN, EU WARRANTY
GD52DPK04
GD92DPK04
DANISH EU WARRANTY
GD52DPK05
GD92DPK05
DUTCH, FRENCH, GERMAN, EU WARRANTY
GD52DPK06
GD92DPK06
DUTCH, EU WARRANTY
GD52DPK07
GD92DPK07
GD52DPK08
GD92DPK08
ENGLISH, FRENCH
GD52DPK09
GD92DPK09
ENGLISH, GERMAN, EU WARRANTY
GD52DPK10
GD92DPK10
ENGLISH, EU WARRANTY,ACCY CARD UK
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Model EB-GD52/92/92C
Name: Jigs and Tools
Ref
Part Number
Description
IFB004
INTERFACE BOX
JT00010
BATTERY CALIBRATION VCU
JT00040
GD92 / GD92C RF ADAPTOR
JT00041
GD52 / GD92 / GD92C PCB TEST JIG
GD52DPK11
GD92DPK11
ENGLISH, EU WARRANTY
JT00042
GD92 / GD92C TEST BATTERY
GD52DPK12
GD92DPK12
ENGLISH
JT00043
GD52 / GD92 / GD92C INTERFACE CABLE
GD52DPK13
GD92DPK13
FINNISH, SWEDISH, EU WARRANTY
GD52DPK14
GD92DPK14
FRENCH, GERMAN,ITALIAN, EU WARRANTY
Notes
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GD52DPK01
Ref
Section
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7.5.2.
Name: Document Packs
Part Number
GD52
GD92
Description
GD52DPK15
GD92DPK15
FRENCH, EU WARRANTY
GD52DPK16
GD92DPK16
GERMAN, EU WARRANTY
GD52DPK17
GD92DPK17
GREEK, EU WARRANTY
GD52DPK18
GD92DPK18
HUNGARIAN
GD52DPK19
GD92DPK19
ITALIAN, EU WARRANTY
GD52DPK20
GD92DPK20
NORWEGIAN, EU WARRANTY
GD52DPK21
GD92DPK21
POLISH
GD52DPK22
GD92DPK22
PORTUGUESE, EU WARRANTY
GD52DPK23
GD92DPK23
RUSSIAN
GD52DPK24
GD92DPK24
SPANISH, EU WARRANTY
GD52DPK25
GD92DPK25
SWEDISH, EU WARRANTY
GD52DPK26
GD92DPK26
TURKISH, EU WARRANTY
Identification of Individual Instructions
On the rear cover of each manual there is a part number. The suffix to this number is the
issue level of the manual. For example, the part number for the English GD92 Instruction is
7LB825A, where the final ‘A’ shows the manual is issue ‘A’.
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LAYOUT DIAGRAMS
9 LAYOUT DIAGRAMS
9.1.
GD52 Main PCB
Figure 9.1: GD52 Main PCB layout diagram
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9.2.
GD52 Keypad PCB
Figure 8.2: GD52 Keypad PCB layout diagram
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9.3.
GD92 Main PCB
Figure 9.3: Main PCB layout diagram
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9.4.
GD92 Keypad PCB
Figure 9.4: Keypad PCB layout diagram
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