ZTE Mini PCI-E Module Development Board User Manual

ZTE Mini PCI-E Module Development Board User Manual
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ZTE Mini PCI-E Module Development Board
User Manual
Version: V1.0
ZTE Corporation
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Copyright Statement
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With strong technical force, ZTE Corporation can provide CDMA/GPRS module customers with the
following all-around technical support:
1. Provide complete technical documentation;
2. Provide the development board used for R&D, test, production, after-sales, etc.;
3. Provide evaluations and technical diagnosis for principle diagram, PCB, test scenarios;
4. Provide test environment;
ZTE Corporation provides customers with onsite supports, and also you could get supports through
telephone, website, instant communication, E-mail, etc.
The module website module.ztemt.com.cn provides the relevant industry information and module
technical documentation. The authorized module customers could download the latest technical
documentation for our website. If you have more requirements, you could send an E-mail to
module@zte.com.cn. You can also call us at 0755-86360280 for more supports.
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Preface
Summary
This user manual applies to ZTE CDMA and GSM modules. This manual helps the users know how to
use ZTE CDMA and GSM module’s development board.
Target Readers
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System designing engineers
Hardware engineers
Software engineers
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Test engineers
Brief Introduction
This manual contains 8 chapters. See the table below:
Chapter
Contents
错误!未找到引用源。. General
description
Introduces the features, function diagrams and relevant technical
documents of Mini PCI-E module’s development board.
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Descriptions of each part
Introduces the layout diagram and each function module of the
development board.
错 误 ! 未 找 到 引 用 源 。 . Test
environment
Introduces the test environment of the development board.
错 误 ! 未 找 到 引 用 源 。 . Test
procedure
Introduces the test procedure of the development board.
错误!未找到引用源。. Hyper
terminal configuration procedure
Introduces the configuration procedure of the hyper terminal.
错误!未找到引用源。. Location
diagram
of
the
module’s
development board
Introduces the location diagram of the module’s development board.
7. Principle diagram of the
module’s development board
Introduces the principle diagram of the module’s development board.
Update History
Document V1.0 (July 6, 2010)
The document is formally released for the first time.
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Contents
1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION............................................................................................................................ 6
1.1 FEATURES ............................................................................... 6
1.2 FUNCTION DIAGRAMS ....................................................................... 6
1.3 RELEVANT DOCUMENTS ....................................................................... 7
2 DESCRIPTIONS OF EACH PART............................................................................................................... 7
2.1 LAYOUT DIAGRAM .......................................................................... 7
2.2 DESCRIPTIONS
OF
FUNCTIONS ................................................................. 8
3 TEST ENVIRONMENT .................................................................................................................................. 8
4 TEST PROCEDURE ...................................................................................................................................... 9
5 HYPER TERMINAL CONFIGURATION PROCEDURE ......................................................................... 12
6 LOCATION DIAGRAM OF MODULE’S DEVELOPMENT BOARD ...................................................... 15
7 PRINCIPLE DIAGRAM OF MODULE’S DEVELOPMENT BOARD...................................................... 16
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Diagrams
Figure 1-1 Function Diagram of the Development Board ..................................................................... 6
Figure 2-1 Layout Diagram of the Development Board ........................................................................ 7
Figure 6-1 Create new hyper terminal ................................................................................................... 12
Figure 6-2 Set relevant test port ............................................................................................................. 12
Figure 6-3 Configuration Port Parameters ............................................................................................ 13
Figure 6-4 Activate COM port ................................................................................................................. 14
Figure 6-5 Success Diagram................................................................................................................... 14
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1 General Description
1.1 Features
The development board is designed for the purpose of testing ZTE CDMA Mini PCI-E module.
Through this board, the users can test the modules with the same kind of interface provided by ZTE
Corporation. Meanwhile, in order to consider the varieties of user power supply, we have designed
power LED, RF LED and power toggle switch on the development board. The users could adopt
different power supply methods through this board, and at the same time know about the work status
of the development board through the LEDs.
1.2 Function Diagrams
The development board provides the following basic functions: power interface, USB interface, LED
indicator, keys and test points. See the function diagrams in figure 1-1:
Figure 1-1 Function Diagram of the Development Board
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1.3 Relevant Documents
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Modules Selection Guide
《AT Command Manual for ZTE Corporation's MC2718 Modules》
《ZTE MC2718 Module Hardware Design User Manual》
2 Descriptions of Each Part
2.1 Layout Diagram
See the layout of the module’s development board in figure 2-1.
Figure 2-1 Layout Diagram of the Development Board
Figure 2-2 Actual Object of the Development Board
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2.2 Descriptions of Functions
1)Power and Reset
The users could power the module’s development board in the following two methods:
1. supplied by the external power 3.0-4.2V DC IN; 2. supplied by 3.3V converted from
USB_VBUS_5V through BUCK DC-DC. The users could switch between these two methods through
the SWITCH. The Power LED will be ON for either of these two power supply methods.
At the same time, a reset key will be provided on the development board; and the users could
press the key to reset the module as there is something wrong with the module.
2)UIM card interface
As a standard communication module, it must support UIM/SIM card. Therefore, a detailed test on
UIM/SIM card is necessary during the test phase in order to test the integrity of the module functions.
UIM/SIM card is provided on the test board. The location number of the card interface is X5 and the
card socket is no need for built-in UIM modules.
3)LED
The development board provides the following LED to indicate the module’s status (HL2 needs
software support)
 HL1: Power LED; this LED is ON, which means the power is normal.
 HL3: RF LED; this LED is ON, which means the RF is normal.
4)USB interface
开发板接口对外提供 USB2 接口,在测试板上,USB2 接口的位号为 X1。
5) Test points
There are 40 corresponding test points at the module’s 40PIN connector for the users to test the
module’s work status. The test point’s location number is T1.
As shown in figure 2-2, see the test point diagram and the common test point’s signal name:
TEST POINT SN.
TP1
TP2
TP3
TP4
TP5
TP6
TP7
TP8
TP9
TP31
DEFINE
USB_D+
USB_DV_USB_5.0V
UIM_CLK
UIM_VCC
UIM_RESET
UIM_DATA
V_DC_IN
V_MAIN_3.3V
GND
3 Test Environment
The module’s test environment is composed of the development board’s accessories and the
computer, and the accessories include: the development board, module, linear power (typical output
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DC 3.3V, 1500mA), standard 4-core USB duplex extension cable, antenna and RF transfer feed. The
optional users need prepare SIM card or UIM card themselves.
The development board is used for module’s power supply and signal educe, and the linear power or
USB 5V power is used to provide the power required by the module. The module’s required power is
3.0V-4.2V and connected to the module through the development board. The computer is used to
perform AT commands communication with the module through COM port or USB port. The
connections of each part should follow the design method of the actual development board.
4 Test Procedure
Take CDMA module for example:
1. Insert the module into the development board, as below:
2. Press down the module and fasten with the positioning column on the development board, shown
as below:
3. Test the connection main antenna and sub antenna according to the actual situation, shown as
below:
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4. Connect the USB cable as below:
5. Install the module’s driver at PC end, insert the USB into the PC and toggle the SWITCH to the left,
at this moment, if the power LED lights up, this means the power is normal. See the figure below:
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6. After about 10 to 15 seconds, HL3 LED shall light up if RF lock is completed; it means standby if
HL3 LED is always on, and means there is EVDO data service if the LED flashes. See the figure
below:
7. For the modules requiring no UIM card, please do not insert UIM card.
8. Open the corresponding COM Port (baud rate 115200, 8 data
bit, 1 stop bit, no parity bit
checking, select Service Port and perform AT command test after setting. )
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5 Hyper terminal configuration procedure
1. Connect the relevant USB port to the PC, insert the module and antenna, and then turn
on the power switch on the development board.
2. Create a new hyper terminal and input the item’s name, as shown in figure 6-1.
Figure 5-1 Create new hyper terminal
3. Set the relevant Service Port, as shown in figure 6-2.
Figure 5-2 Set relevant test port
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4. Configure Port parameters (data rate, communication format, flow control method, etc), as shown in
figure 6-3.
Figure 5-3 Configuration Port Parameters
4. Activate COM port after configurations, as shown in figure 6-4.
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Figure 5-4 Activate COM port
5. Input AT command, press carriage return and click “OK”. After setting, you could use the hyper
terminal as a test tool, as shown in figure 6-5.
Figure 5-5 Success Diagram
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6 Location Diagram of Module’s Development Board
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7 Principle Diagram of Module’s Development Board
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