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CONFIDENTIAL
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SERVICE MANUAL
No. S0422JNJ300/W
3G(UMTS)/GSM/GPRS PHONE
MODEL
INTERNAL
MODEL
NAME
JNJ300BW
JNJ300CW
JNJ300DW
JNJ300EW
JNJ301EW
JNJ300FW
JNJ300GW
JNJ301GW
JNJ300HW
SELECTION
CODE
B
C
D
E
EP
F
G
GP
H
DESTINATION
INTERNAL
MODEL
NAME
Hungary
JNJ300KW
Switzerland
JNJ300PW
Greece
JNJ301PW
U.K.
JNJ300RW
U.K. (Prepaid)
JNJ300SW
France
JNJ300TW
Germany
JNJ300UW
Germany (Prepaid) JNJ300WW
Netherlands
JNJ300ZW
902SH
SELECTION
CODE
K
P
PP
R
S
T
U
W
Z
DESTINATION
Austria
Portugal
Portugal (Prepaid)
Ireland
Spain
Italy
Belgium
Sweden
New Zealand
• In the interests of user-safety the set should be restored to its
original condition and only parts identical to those specified
should be used.
• Caution
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type,
dispose of used batteries according to the instruction.
CONTENTS
SERVICING CONCERNS
CHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
[1] Specifications ................................................. 1-1
[2] Names of parts ............................................... 1-3
[3] List of Menu Functions ................................... 1-5
[4] Optional Accessories ..................................... 1-5
CHAPTER 2. ADJUSTMENTS,
PERFORMANCE CHECK, AND
FIRMWARE UPGRADE
[1] SHARP Programme Support Tool (SPST)........ 2-1
[2] Test points .................................................... 2-18
[3] Troubleshooting............................................ 2-25
CHAPTER 3. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
[1] Servicing Concerns ........................................ 3-1
[2] Disassembly and reassembly ........................ 3-3
[3] Precautions for installing the thin coaxial........ 3-6
CHAPTER 4. DIAGRAMS
[1] Block diagram ................................................4-1
CHAPTER 5. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND
WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD
[1] Notes on schematic diagram .........................5-1
[2] Types of transistor and LED ..........................5-1
[3] Waveforms of circuit ......................................5-2
[4] Schematic diagram/
Wiring side of P.W.Board .............................5-7
CHAPTER 6. OTHERS
[1] Function table of IC........................................6-1
[2] Function table of Display .............................6-33
Parts Guide
Parts marked with "
" are important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these parts with specified ones for
maintaining the safety and performance of the set.
SHARP CORPORATION
This document has been published to be used
for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
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ManualCONCERNS
SERVICING
1. When requested, back up user’s handset data using SPST (SHARP Programme Support Tool). Otherwise, before servicing, warn the user that
data in the memory may be lost during repairs.
2. Upgrade the firmware to the latest version using SPST before returning the handset to the customer.
3. After repairs, inspect the handset (phone) according to the following flowchart.
Repairs are completed.
(Fixed parts have been checked for proper operation.)
Check IMEI NO./Operator code (Destination)/
Firmware version by Identity function of SPST.
Inspect each device using performance check
adjustment function of SPST.
Carry out RF performance check with SPST.
All completed.
4. When storing or transporting a PWB, put it into a conductive bag or wrap it in aluminum foil. (C-MOS IC may be damaged by electrostatic
charges.)
5. Do not leave fingerprints, etc. on ornamental parts including a cabinet, especially clear windows for main and sub displays. Wear fingerstalls to
avoid this.
Also, ensure not to leave fingerprints on the surface of main and sub display panels.
6. To prevent oxidation which causes connection problems, do not touch any terminals on the electric board, microphone, vibrator, earpiece and
speaker.
When handling these parts, wear fingerstalls. Should you touch these parts, clean them with a soft dry cloth.
Always wear fingerstalls when handling a shield case on the electric board. Otherwise oxidation may occur causing handset performance deterioration.
7. The FPC is a precision device. Handle it carefully to prevent any damages.
8. Do not expose the moisture sensor to liquids.
If the sheet gets wet, red ink runs. In this case, replace the sheet with a new one.
Be careful about your perspiration.
9. Before you disassemble or reassemble handset, make sure to remove the Li-Ion battery.
10.Be sufficiently careful with static electricity of integrated circuits and other circuits. Wear static electricity prevention bands whilst servicing.
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PRECAUTIONS FOR USING LEAD-FREE SOLDER
1 Employing lead-free solder
This model employs lead-free solder.
This is indicated by the “LF” symbol printed on the PWB and in the service manual.
The suffix letter indicates the alloy type of the solder.
Example:
Indicates lead-free solder of tin, silver and copper.
2 Using lead-free solder
When repairing a PWB with the “LF” symbol, only lead-free solder should be used. (Using normal tin/lead alloy solder may
result in cold soldered joints and damage to printed patterns.)
As the melting point of lead-free solder is approximately 40ºC higher than tin/lead alloy solder, it is recommended that a
dedicated bit is used, and that the iron temperature is adjusted accordingly.
3 Soldering
As the melting point of lead-free solder (Sn-Ag-Cu) is higher and has poorer wettability (flow), to prevent damage to the land
of the PWB, extreme care should be taken not to leave the bit in contact with the PWB for an extended period of time.
Remove the bit as soon as a good flow is achieved.
The high content of tin in lead free solder will cause premature corrosion of the bit.
To reduce wear on the bit, reduce the temperature or turn off the iron when it is not required.
Leaving different types of solder on the bit will cause contamination of the different alloys, which will alter their
characteristics, making good soldering more difficult.
It will be necessary to clean and replace bits more often when using lead-free solder. To reduce bit wear, care should be
taken to clean the bit thoroughly after each use.
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Manual 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
CHAPTER
FOR A COMPLETE DESCRIPTION OF THE OPERATION OF THIS UNIT, PLEASE
REFER TO THE OPERATION MANUAL.
[1] Specifications
General:
Dimensions
(folded, excluding the aerial)
(W x H x D):
Weight:
Battery operating
temperature:
Main display:
Sub display:
Camera:
Sub Camera:
Quad - band (W-CDMA/GSM 900 MHz/
DCS 1800 MHz/PCS 1900MHz)
GPRS-enabled
WAP, MMS, SMS
Sound:
Mobile light:
External DC
supply voltage:
Battery:
Standby time:
50 x 102 x 26 mm
149 g
Talk time:
0°C - 40°C
Display dimensions: 2.4 inch
Resolution: 240 x 320 pixels
LCD display: TFT 262,144 colours with backlight
LCD back light: LED back light white colour LEDs
Resolution: 72 x 12 pixels
LCD display: STN B/W LCD with back light
CCD 2M pixels built-in camera
Zoom: Wide and zoom mode
[Supported 40 (when image size is
160 x 320 pixels) x zoom]
Lens: (Wide) F3.3, f = 4.85 mm
(Tele) F4.9, f = 9.7 mm
CMOS 110K pixels built-in camera
Lens: F2.8, f = 1.7 mm
Others:
64-polyphonic ring melodies
Stereo Speakers
3 colours (RGB)
5.2 V
3.7 V, 870 mAh, Li-Ion
Up to 240 hours (3G mode)
Up to 250 hours (GSM mode)
Up to 150 minutes (3G mode))
Up to 240 minutes (GSM mode)
Side key
Infrared port 1.2 L/P (maximum distance 20 cm)
Connector for AC charger and data cable
Battery running time depends on the battery and SIM card as well as
the network conditions and usage.
Specifications for this model are subject to change without prior
notice.
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[2] Names of parts
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1. Earpiece
2. Navigation Keys (Arrow Keys):
Moves cursor to highlight a menu item, etc.
Up/Down arrow keys: Displays the Contacts List when pressed during stand-by.
Left arrow key:
Displays the message inbox when pressed during
stand-by.
Right arrow key:
Displays the monthly calendar when pressed during
stand-by.
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3. Centre Key:
Displays Main menu when pressed during stand-by,
then executes a function highlighted.
Executes a function at the bottom left of the screen.
Press during stand-by to display the Messaging screen.
4. Left Soft Key:
5. Send/Redial Key:
Makes or accepts calls, displays the All Calls screen in
stand-by mode.
Press to open the shortcut menu to access the desired
applications.
Press and hold to connect to the Voice mail centre
automatically. (Depending on the SIM card.)
6. Shortcut Key:
8
7. Voice Mail Key:
9
8. * /Shift Key:
Switches character case between four modes: Abc, ABC,
123 and abc on the text entry screen.
Press to enter P, ?, – or * in stand-by mode.
9. Microphone
10. Sub Camera (Internal Camera)
11. Main Display
12. Microphone (for the viewer style of the display)
13. Right Soft Key:
Executes the function at the bottom right of the screen.
Shortcut to “Vodafone live!” by opening the browser.
Press during stand-by.
14. End/Power Key:
Ends a call and turns power on/off.
15. Clear/Back Key:
Clears the characters before the cursor, returns to the
previous screen, etc.
16. Multimedia Key:
Opens the Media Player screen.
17. Keypad:
1 key:
Shortcut to the Voice mail centre. (Depending on the SIM
card.) Press and hold during stand-by.
Press and hold during stand-by to display each speed dial
phone number.
Press and hold to enter +.
2-9 keys:
0 key:
18. #/Flash Light Key:
17
18
Switches symbol screens on the text entry screen.
Press and hold to switch languages on the text entry
screen.
Turns the flash/auxiliary light on or off in camera mode.
Press and hold during stand-by to switch Profiles settings
between the mode most recently activated and Silent
mode.
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21 19. Camera (External Camera)
20. Sub Display
21. Built-in Aerial:
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22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
Warning: Do not cover the top of the phone with your hand
when in use as this may interfere with the performance of
the built-in aerial.
Used as a flash or an auxiliary light in camera mode.
Mobile Light:
Battery Cover
VIDEO OUT/Handsfree Microphone Connector
External Connector: Used to connect either the charger or a USB data cable.
Stereo Speakers
Infrared Port:
Sends and receives data via infrared.
28. Memory Card Slot Cover
29. Small Light:
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25
27
Cancel Key:
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30
Used as a battery charge indicator.
30. Side Keys (Side-Up/Side-Down/Camera/Cancel):
Side-Up/Side-Down: (These two keys work in reverse with the viewer
position of the display.)
Moves the highlight up or down.
Press during stand-by or during a call to increase or
decrease the earpiece volume.
Press in camera mode to increase or decrease the
zooming ratio.
Camera Key:
Displays the Main menu when pressed during stand-by,
then executes a highlighted function. Press and hold to
activate the camera.
Press and hold to display the Options menu.
Press during an incoming call to answer the call.
Press during a call to display the Call options.
Press halfway to lock the focus in camera mode.
Press (and hold) to take a picture with the camera.
Press to return to the previous screen.
Press and hold to reject an incoming call.
Press during an incoming call to send a busy tone
to the caller.
Press to end the call.
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[3] List of Menu Functions
Menu No./
Main Menu
1 Games & More
Menu No./
Main Menu
Menu No./
Sub Menu1
1
2
3
4
Games
Screensavers
Settings
JavaTM Information
2 Vodafone live!
3 Media Player
4 Messages
7 Organiser
1 Create New
2 Inbox
3 Drafts
4 Templates
5 Sent
6 Outbox
7 live! Studio
8 Messenger
9 Voice Mail
10 Cell Broadcasts
11 Area Info
12 Settings
13 Memory Status
8 Contacts
6 My Items
1 Calendar
2 Alarms
3 Calculator
4 Voice Recorder
5 Scanner
6 Stopwatch
7 Tasks
8 World Clock
9 Countdown Timer
10 Expenses Memo
11 Phone Help
1 Contacts List
2 Manage Group
3 Speeddial List
4 My Contact Details
5 Advanced
9 SIM Application
10 Connectivity
5 Camera
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Menu No./
Sub Menu1
Pictures
Videos
Sounds & Ringtones
Games & More
Bookmarks
My Saved Page
Text Templates
Other Documents
11 Call Log
12 Settings
[4] Optional Accessories
Lithium Ion Battery (XN-1BT90)
Cigarette Lighter Charger (XN-1CL30)
USB Data Cable (XN-1DC30)
AC Charger (XN-1QC30, XN-1QC31, XN-1QC32)
External Antenna Cable (XN-1AT90)
Audio Remote-Controller (XN-1AR90)
Car Holder (XN-1CH90)
Desktop Holder (XN-1DH90)
Stereo Headset (XN-1HS90)
Handsfree Microphone Unit (XN-1HU90)
Video Cable (XN-1VC90)
The above accessories may not be available in all regions.
For details, please contact your dealer.
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1 Bluetooth
2 Infrared
3 Network Settings
4 Internet Settings
5 Backup/Restore
1 All Calls
2 Missed Calls
3 Received Calls
4 Dialled Numbers
5 Call Timers
6 Call Costs
1 Profiles
2 Display Settings
3 Sound Settings
4 Time & Date
5 Language
6 Call Settings
7 Video Call Settings
8 Security Settings
9 Memory Settings
10 Master Reset
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Manual 2. ADJUSTMENTS, PERFORMANCE CHECK, AND FIRMWARE
CHAPTER
UPGRADE
SPST (SHARP Programme Support Tool) allows you to adjust settings, conduct performance checks, and upgrade the firmware.
[1] SHARP Programme Support Tool (SPST)
1. Installation/uninstallation
•
Do not change the installation structures (see “2. Structure”).
•
SPST cannot be installed on a PC if Windows Installer is not supported.
•
The SPST installer does not include MFC that is required to run SPST. If not already installed, install MFC (DLLs including MFC42.DLL).
1.1. System requirements
The following are required for installation.
•
OS: Windows 2000 Professional (SP3 or SP4) or Windows XP Home/Professional (SP1) *1
•
PC: IBM/PC compatible *2
•
HDD: 200 MB available space (or more)
•
RAM: 256 MB or more (512 MB recommended)
•
COM port: Windows compatible serial port
•
Display resolution
XGA or higher
Basically use the default settings in Display Properties, however, small system font size is recommended. *3
(Display Properties → Settings → Advanced → General → Display → Font size)
•
Recommended devices for serial connection between a PC and handsets (phones): *4, *5
The PC’s serial port
PCI serial expansion card
USB-UART serial conversion cable *6
Note
*1: SPST does not run on Windows 95, 98, 98 SE, and Me. The behaviour is not guaranteed on Windows XP Media Center Edition/Tablet Edition
and in the Virtual PC environment. Also, its compatibility with upcoming operating systems and service packs is not guaranteed.
*2: A brand name product is recommended. Minimum requirements: 1 GHz Pentium III processor and 256 MB of RAM, and compatibility with USB
2.0 specification for use of USB-UART serial conversion cables.
*3: Depending on the font size, the screen layout may change or some portions and characters may not be displayed on a XGA screen.
*4: Use only the specified PCI serial expansion card and USB-UART cables. Currently, no specific PCMCIA card is recommended.
*5: Transfer rate is 115 Kbps when using a PC’s standard serial port. When using a PCI/PCMCIA card or USB-UART conversion cable, its maximum transfer rate (115 Kbps, 230 Kbps or 460 Kbps) can be selected.
*6: Use cables of either manufacturer only.
[Important] Restrictions for stable operation of Windows/PC (IBM/PC compatible)
When using multiple USB-UART conversion cables, do not connect more than 2 cables (IO-DATA) or 3 cables (NEC) to a USB-HUB/BUS, and do not
change the connection of cables.
Do not connect other USB devices to the PC.
Whilst the PC is in use, avoid connecting/disconnecting cables and USB devices for stable serial communication for Windows/driver.
* SPST may run in other environments, however, the system may become unstable.
1.2. Procedure
1.2.1 Installing SPST
Execute the “SPST.msi”.
Figure 1
[Caution]
When an older version of SPST has already been installed, uninstall it first as follows:
Through “Add/Remove Programs” in the Control Panel, remove the “SPST for 902SH/802SH”.
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1) Setup screen
Figure 2
•
Click “Next” to proceed.
•
To cancel the installation, click “Cancel”.
2) Location selection screen
Figure 3
•
Click “Next” to proceed.
•
To cancel the installation, click “Cancel”.
[Caution]
Do not change the folder.
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3) Confirmation screen
Figure 4
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Click “Next” to proceed.
•
To cancel the installation, click “Cancel”.
4) Progress screen
Figure 5
•
Wait until the installation is completed.
•
To cancel the installation, click “Cancel”.
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5) Complete screen
Figure 6
•
The above screen appears when the installation has been successfully completed.
•
Click “Close” to exit.
1.2.2 Starting SPST
•
When the installation has been completed, the shortcut icon shown below is created on your desktop.
•
Double-click the icon to start SPST.
Figure 7
2. Structure
•
Tool structure
SPST Ver.1.0:
SHDownLoader Ver.3.0:
SHDiag Ver.1.0:
SHInfoView Ver.1.0:
SHPwdReset Ver.1.0:
Main application
Handset (Phone) software and data update utility
Handset (Phone) adjustment and inspection utility
Handset (Phone) information display utility
Handset (Phone) password reset utility
3. Start-up
Connect a dongle to the PC.
Double-click the icon “SPST for 902SH/802SH” to launch.
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4. Function (screen example)
4.1. Password entry screen (after SPST start-up)
Figure 8
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Type in the specified password and press “Enter” on the keyboard.
•
Click “Exit” on the screen to quit.
The screen below appears if the password is incorrect. Click “OK” and enter the password again.
Figure 9
4.2. Function selection (after entering SPST password)
•
Function selection screen.
Figure 10
•
Select one of the following functions from the combo box and click “Execute”.
Selecting “SHDownLoader”
Selecting “SHDiag”
Selecting “SHInfoView”
Selecting “SHPwdReset”
Selecting “Change Password”
•
See page 2-6
See page 2-10
See page 2-13
See page 2-15
See page 2-17
Click “Exit” to quit.
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4.3. Functions
4.3.1 SHDownLoader
1) Basic functions
•
SHDownLoader is the updating tool that is supported in Windows 2000/XP and designed for 902SH.
•
SHDownLoader allows simultaneous updating operation via serial communication for up to 8 handsets (phones). *1
•
A PC and handsets (phones) can be connected via serial connection by using the PC’s serial port, serial ports added by using PCI/PCMCIA cards
or USB-UART serial conversion cables.
•
Batteries can be used to power handsets (phones), however, we recommend that you use chargers.
Note
*1: The maximum number of handsets (phones) may vary depending on the PC’s performance, devices used to add serial ports, etc. For details,
refer to the restrictions in “Important” below.
2) Screen description
2) - 1. Main screen
Tool Bar
Port Field
[for up to
8 handsets
(phones)]
Status Bar
Figure 11
2) - 2. Tool bar
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2
3
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5
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7
Figure 12
1. Exit Application:
2. Setup Option:
3. Start All Ports:
4. Stop All Ports:
5. View Actual Result:
6. Create Profile:
7. Select Profile:
8. Edit Profile:
9. View Application Information:
Close SHDownLoader.
Adjust optional settings.
Start the operation for all the ports at once.
Stop the operation for all the ports at once.
The operation result appears.
Create a new profile.
Select a profile.
Edit a profile.
Show the version of SHDownLoader, etc.
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2) - 3. Port field
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2
3
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5
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7
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10
Figure 13
1. Port Name:
2. Connect:
3. Select Function:
4. Stop:
5. Status
The (logical) port name appears.
Execute a selected function for the port only.
Select a function for the port only.
Terminate an ongoing operation for the port only.
The operation status appears (see below).
Unavailable
6. Information:
7. Rate/Progress:
8. IMEI:
9. Firmware Version:
10. Profile
Ready
In progress
Completed
Cancelled/failed
Show details of the operation, error, etc.
The progress bar appears with %.
IMEI of the handset (phone) appears.
Show information for handset (phone) identification.
The last executed profile name appears whilst a profile is in progress. When the profile is completed, the display changes to its name.
2) - 4. Status bar
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2
Figure 14
1. Move the mouse cursor to “Tool Bar” items to see Tips (descriptions).
2. Show the total number of updated handsets (phones).
3. Show the total number of successfully updated handsets (phones).
4. Show the total number of handsets (phones) with update failure.
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3) Option Settings
Adjust settings in Option when you use SHDownLoader for the first time or when the serial port connection is changed. Click “Setup Option” on “Tool
Bar” to open the screen and follow the procedures below.
1. Select a port from the list on the left.
2. In the field next to “Port (Ex. \\.\COM1)”, enter the corresponding serial port name.
3. Set a value for “Baud Rate” according to the serial port.
After performing these procedures for all the required ports, click “Save” to save the settings.
* Do not change settings in other fields.
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2
3
Figure 15 Option Screen
When the settings are correct, “Ready” appears in the corresponding Port Field on Main Screen.
* When a USB-UART serial conversion cable is in use, assigned COM ports may vary as the system environment changes.
4) Procedures
Updating handsets (phones)
Figure 16
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From the “Select Profile” (combo box) on “Tool Bar”, select a profile.
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Click “Start All Ports” on “Tool Bar”. According to the selected profile, all handsets (phones) will be updated via the corresponding ports set up in
“Option”.
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When you select a function from “Select Function” in “Port Field” and click “Connect”, handsets (phones) will be updated according to the profile
specified for the port.
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Figure 17
•
When you start updating, “Status/Information” in “Port Field” changes to “Execute/Under Connection” as shown above, and then handsets
(phones) become ready for connection or power-on. Connect chargers to the handsets (phones).
•
To stop updating all at once, click “Stop All Ports” on “Tool Bar”.
•
To stop updating individually, click “Stop” in “Port Field”.
Note
*
Depending on the handset (phone) status, it may take up to 1 minute before updating stops after you click “Stop All Ports” / “Stop” button.
*
To restart updating for ports disabled due to an error, etc., follow the procedure above (click “Start All Ports” on “Tool Bar” and click “Connect” in
“Profile Field”).
5) Basic rewriting procedure for handset (phone)
1. Preparation
<When you start SHDownLoader for the first time>
1) Add a serial port to a PC.
2) Start SHDownLoader and adjust settings of serial ports in “Option”.
2. Rewriting procedure
<Preparation>
1) Start a PC after connecting all the necessary cables and other devices.
* When using a USB-UART conversion cable, make sure not to change the connection port. Otherwise the corresponding COM port will also
change.
* Communication may be disrupted if you connect cables or devices after starting a PC.
2) Start SHDownLoader.
* Always select the latest profile.
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<Rewriting>
1) Remove batteries from all the handsets (phones).
2) Connect communication cables to all the handsets (phones).
3) Click “Start All ME” to start rewriting for all the handsets (phones).
4) Connect a charger to all the handsets (phones).
5) After the rewriting is completed, disconnect the chargers and communication cables from the handsets (phones).
<Initialisation>
After the rewriting operation, initialise each handset (phone).
1) Install a battery to the handset (phone).
2) Press the “End/Power” key for approx. 2 seconds.
3) The display indicates initialisation is in progress, and in approx. 8 minutes, indicates the completion.
4) Press the “End/Power” key until the display turns off.
5) Press the “End/Power” key for approx. 2 seconds.
6) Wait until the stand-by screen appears.
7) Press the “End/Power” key until the display turns off.
<After completing the operation>
•
When this application is finished, the SPST function selection screen returns.
•
Turn off the PC and disconnect the cables and other devices.
If you disconnect them before turning off the PC, Windows may not shot down.
4.3.2 SHDiag
1) Overview
SHDiag allows you to perform various adjustments for handsets (phones) and to protect/unprotect the handset (phone) to be adjusted.
2) Operation screen
1. Connection confirmation window
Figure 18
At the start-up of SHDiag, the above window prompts you to connect a handset (phone) (ME). Connect a handset (phone) to be adjusted to a PC.
[User action]
1) Turn on a handset (phone) and set it to the stand-by mode. *1
2) Connect the handset (phone) to a PC.
3) Click “OK” on the window.
* When SHDiag is started unintentionally, click “OK” on the above window, and then click “Cancel” on the next COM port settings window.
[Caution]
Once a handset (phone) is connected, never disconnect/operate the handset (phone) or let the battery run out before exiting SHDiag.
*1: In the stand-by mode, one of the following screens appears.
• The main screen that appears after the start-up animation (Vodafone logo and Openwave logo), including the clock setting screen and the
network setup screen.
• The white background screen with “TEST PROGRAM” displayed.
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2. COM port settings window
Figure 19
After the connection confirmation window, the above window appears. From the list boxes, select a transfer rate (set to 115200 by default) and the
PC COM port that is connected to the handset (phone).
[User action]
1) Select the COM port connected to the handset (phone) from the “COM Port” list box.
2) Select a transfer rate for the PC to handset (phone) communication from the “Baudrate” list box (set to 115200 by default).
3) Click “Connect”.
* When SHDiag is started unintentionally, click “Cancel”.
3. Main window
Figure 20
After the COM port settings window, the main window above appears. The handset (phone) initial settings are performed, adjustment values are
obtained, and then adjustments are performed.
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[User action]
1) Wait until “--- ME Initialise Complete ---” is displayed.
2) Carry out adjustments.
•
[Display LCD Test pattern]: Displays a test pattern on the handset (phone) display.
“Main LCD” is for the [main display] display, and “Sub LCD” for the [sub display] display.
Click the spin button (up or down arrow) to select a test pattern number. Click “Disp.” to display the test pattern on the handset (phone) display.
•
[Check LED]: Turns on/off or controls brightness of the charge LED [red light on the side of the handset (phone)], call LED [green light on
the side of the handset (phone)], three-colour LED, and the display backlight.
To turn on/off the charge LED or call LED, click “ON” / “OFF” next to “Charge LED” or “Call LED” respectively.
For the three-colour LED, use “R”, “G”, or “B” to control each colour. To turn on/off the LED, click “ON” / “OFF”. To change the brightness,
click the spin button (up or down arrow). To check the strobe light, click “Stroboscope” with the three-colour LED illuminated.
As for the display backlight, “Main LCD backlight” is for the main display, and “Sub LCD backlight” for the sub display. To turn on/off the
backlight, click “ON” / “OFF”. To change the brightness, click the spin button (up or down arrow).
•
[Flicker Calibration]: Adjusts the flicker of the main display.
Click “Disp. Pattern” to display the flicker calibration screen.
Click the spin button to change the flicker calibration value.
Click “Set” to temporarily use the value for the handset (phone).
Click “Save” to apply the value.
•
[Camera Calibration]: Automatically corrects bright and dark defects.
To perform the bright defect correction, click “Calibration” next to “White hazard”.
To perform the dark defect correction, click “Calibration” next to “Black hazard”.
3) To initialise the handset (phone) and exit SHDiag after completing adjustments, click “Format and Quit”.
•
To change handsets (phones), click “Settings”. After the necessary operation on the handset (phone) change confirmation window, the connection confirmation window appears. Change handsets (phones) here.
•
To exit SHDiag without handset (phone) initialisation, click “Quit”.
4. Quit confirmation window 1
Figure 21
The above window appears when “Format and Quit” is clicked on the main window. Handset (Phone) initialisation starts and SHDiag closes.
[User action]
1) To initialise the handset (phone) and exit SHDiag, click “Yes”.
•
Click “No” not to exit SHDiag.
•
When “Yes” is clicked, initialisation starts and SHDiag closes. Now, disconnect the handset (phone) and the PC.
5. Quit confirmation window 2
Figure 22
The above window appears when “Quit” is clicked on the main window. The handset (phone) turns off and SHDiag closes.
[User action]
1) To turn off the handset (phone) and exit SHDiag, click “Yes”.
•
Click “No” not to exit SHDiag.
•
When “Yes” is clicked, the handset (phone) turns off and SHDiag closes. Now, disconnect the handset (phone) and the PC.
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6. Handset (Phone) change confirmation window
Figure 23
The above window appears when “Settings” is clicked on the main window. Before changing handsets (phones), specify whether to initialise the
handset (phone) or not. After initialisation or handset (phone) change, make communication settings again.
[User action]
1) Click “Yes” to initialise the handset (phone) and make communication settings again.
•
Click “No” to turn off the handset (phone) and make communication settings again.
•
Click “Cancel” not to make communication settings.
•
When “Yes” is clicked, initialisation starts and the connection confirmation window appears. Now, disconnect the handset (phone) and the
PC, and connect another handset (phone).
•
When “No” is clicked, the handset (phone) turns off and the connection confirmation window appears. Now, disconnect the handset (phone)
and the PC, and connect another handset (phone).
•
When this application is finished, the SPST function selection screen returns.
4.3.3 SHInfoView
1) Function
Handset (Phone) information appears on the screen.
•
Displayed information:
IMEI
Software version
Country code
Provider name
* For a screen example, refer to “Appendix 1: Handset (Phone) information”.
•
Batteries can be used to power handsets (phones), however, we recommend that you use chargers.
2) Operation
Stop
Start
Option
Figure 24
*
The initial setting file and the option file are created during the start-up process if they do not exist.
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1. Change the option settings if necessary.
Default settings, when the tool is started for the first time, are as follows:
Port1
View Title
COM1
Port
Baud Rate
115200bps
Make sure to set the “Port” at the first start after the installation.
Example: COM3 port at 460,800 bps
Figure 25
*
Set following to restore the PC settings.
Port
\\.\COM1
Baud Rate
115200
After completing changes, click “Save”.
2. Connect the communication cable to the handset (phone).
*
10-pin flat cable which connects the PC’s serial port and the handset’s (phone’s) handsfree microphone connector.
3. Click “Start”.
Figure 26 Waiting for connection
4. Supply power to the handset (phone).
Figure 27 Loading information
Refer to Appendix 1 for the display after loading information.
5. When this application is finished, the SPST function selection screen returns.
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Appendix 1: Handset (Phone) information
IMEI
Software Version
Country code: Provider name
Figure 28 Screen example
4.3.4 SHPwdReset
1) Overview
SHPwdReset allows you to reset all the handset (phone) passwords to the factory defaults.
2) Operation Screen
1. Connection Confirmation Window
Figure 29
At the start-up of SHPwdReset, the above window prompts you to connect a handset (phone) (ME). Connect a handset (phone) to be adjusted to
a PC.
[User Action]
1) Turn on a handset (phone) and set it to the stand-by mode. *1
2) Connect the handset (phone) to a PC.
3) Click “OK” on the window.
* When SHPwdReset is started unintentionally, click “OK” on the above window, and then click “Cancel” on the next COM port settings window.
[Caution]
Once a handset (phone) is connected, never disconnect/operate the handset (phone) or let the battery run out before exiting
SHPwdReset.
*1: In the stand-by mode, one of the following screens appears.
• The main screen that appears after the start-up animation (Vodafone logo and Openwave logo), including the clock setting screen and the
network setup screen.
• The white background screen with “TEST PROGRAM” displayed.
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2. COM port settings window
Figure 30
After the connection confirmation window, the above window appears. From the list boxes, select a transfer rate (set to 115200 by default) and the
PC COM port that is connected to the handset (phone).
[User Action]
1) Select the COM port connected to the handset (phone) from the “COM Port” list box.
2) Select a transfer rate for the PC to handset (phone) communication from the “Baudrate” list box (set to 115200 by default).
3) Click “Connect”.
* When SHPwdReset is started unintentionally, click “Cancel”.
3. Main Window
Figure 31
When the COM port settings window closes, SHPwdReset starts to reset the handset (phone) passwords immediately.
If the connection fails, the error message below appears.
Figure 32
On the above window or when the operation is successfully completed, click “OK” to exit SHPwdReset and return to the SPST function selection
screen.
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4.3.5 Change Password
Figure 33 Password change screen
•
Enter a new password, enter it again for confirmation, and click “Setting”.
•
Click “Cancel” to quit.
•
After completing or cancelling the operation, the SPST function selection screen returns.
* For allowable symbols and alphanumeric characters, see “Password entry screen (after SPST start-up)”.
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[2] Test points
Main PWB
No.
Checker
1
Name
φ
BANDSEL_1
0.3
IC1000
Ref.
TP1002
Output
Input
→
Function
Band switching
TP1003
VRTC15
1.2
IC1204
→
IC1000
RTC 1.5 V power supply
3
TP1004
PCMDATA–B
0.3
IC1001,
IC1200
→
IC1000
PCM data
4
TP1005
PCMDATA–A
0.3
IC1000
→
IC1001,
IC1200
PCM data
IC1001,
IC1200,
IC1400
32.768 kHz output
2
O
5
O
TP1006
RTCCLK
1.2
IC1000
→
6
O
TP1007
SYSCLK2
1.2
IC1000
→
7
TP1008
M_LCD_I2CCLK
0.3
IC1000
→
IC3000
I2C clock
8
TP1009
SYSCLK0
1.2
IC1000
→
IC1001
13MHz
9
TP1010
M_LCD_I2CDAT
0.3
IC1000
↔
IC3000
I2C data
10
TP1011
PCMCLK
0.3
IC1000
→
IC1001,
IC1200
PCM clock
11
TP1012
PCMSYN
0.3
IC1000
→
IC1001,
IC1200
PCM sync
→
IC1000
Mandatory test mode
IC1000
→
IC1500,
IC1502,
IC1600
13MHz
13MHz
12
O
TP1013
TP-IN
1.2
13
O
TP1014
SYSCLK1
1.2
14
TP1015
UARTRX3
0.3
IC1001
→
IC1000
Bluetooth UART Rx
15
TP1016
UARTTX3
0.3
IC1000
→
IC1001
Bluetooth UART Tx
16
TP1017
UARTCTS3
0.3
IC1001
→
IC1000
Bluetooth UART CTS
17
TP1018
UARTRTS3
0.3
IC1000
→
IC1001
Bluetooth UART RTS
18
TP1019
KeyCK1
1.2
CN1000
→
Key FPC
unit
Check for the key unit insertion
19
TP1020
KeyCK2
1.2
CN1000
→
Key FPC
unit
Check for the key unit insertion
TP1021
VBT29
1.2
IC1002
→
IC1001
Bluetooth IC power supply (2.9 V)
21
TP1022
RRESOUT2
0.3
IC1000
→
IC1001
Bluetooth IC reset
22
TP1023
CLKREQ
0.3
IC1000
→
IC1001,
IC1200,
IC1400
CLK request signal
IC1100
VPP
20
O
TP1024
WP_N
1.2
IC1000
→
24
O
TP1200
VBATT
1.2
CN1200
→
Handset (Phone) power supply
(battery terminal)
25
O
TP1201
VBATT
1.5
CN1200
→
Handset (Phone) power supply
(battery terminal)
26
O
TP1202
VBATT
1.5
CN1200
→
Handset (Phone) power supply
(battery terminal)
27
O
TP1203
PRGDET
1.2
JK1600
→
Q1204,
Q1205
Action trigger (Insert the socket to
turn on the power.)
ONSWB_N
TP1204
VCHG
1.2
Q1212
→
Q1206
External supply power (at normal
voltage)
TP1205
CHPEG
1.2
IC1200
→
Q1200
FET gate signal
TP1206
SERVICE_N
1.2
Q1205
→
IC1000
Rewrite mode and log mode
TP1207
BDATA
1.2
CN1200
→
IC1200
Battery sense terminal
23
28
29
30
O
31
32
O
TP1209
GND
1.2
GND
→
Earth
33
O
TP1210
GND
1.5
GND
→
Earth
34
O
TP1211
VBATIB
1.2
CN1200,
IC1202
→
Handset (Phone) power supply
(BB)
35
O
TP1212
GND
1.5
GND
→
36
O
TP1213
ONSWB_N
0.5
Q1204,
Q1215
→
Earth
IC1200
Action trigger (Insert the socket to
turn on the power.)
37
O
TP1215
BEARP
1.2
IC1200
→
TP3055
Earpiece
38
O
TP1216
BEARN
1.2
IC1200
→
TP3054
Earpiece
39
O
TP1217
PWRRST_N
1.2
IC1200
→
IC1000
Power reset signal
40
O
TP1218
SIMVCC
1.2
IC1200
→
CN1201
Power supply for USIM
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Back-up
Back-up
Back-up
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
No.
41
Checker
O
Ref.
Name
TP1219
SIMVCC
φ
1.2
Output
Input
→
IC1200
Function
CN1201
Power supply for USIM
USIM data
42
O
TP1220
SIM I/O
1.2
IC1200
↔
CN1201
43
O
TP1221
SIM CLK
1.2
IC1200
→
CN1201
USIM clock
44
O
TP1222
SIM RESET
1.2
IC1200
→
CN1201
USIM reset
IC1101
SRAM power supply (1.8 V)
CN3003
Back-up power supply
IC1200
Action trigger (Switch the key to
turn on the power.)
45
O
TP1223
VSRAM18
1.2
IC1206
→
46
O
TP1225
GND
1.2
GND
→
47
O
TP1226
VCCR
1.2
IC1206
→
48
O
TP1227
VANA15
1.2
IC1205
→
49
O
TP1228
ONSWA_N
1.2
Key FPC
unit
→
Earth
Analogue power supply (1.5 V)
50
O
TP1229
LEDR
1.2
LED1200
→
IC1200
Charge LED
51
O
TP1230
LEDG
1.2
LED1200
→
IC1200
Incoming notifications LED
52
O
TP1231
VMEM18
1.2
IC1200
→
IC1100,
IC1101
Power supply for memory (1.8 V)
53
O
TP1232
VDIG275
1.2
IC1200
→
Digital power supply (2.75 V)
54
O
TP1233
VDDB
1.2
IC1200
→
RF power supply (2.75 V)
55
O
TP1234
VDDA
1.2
IC1200
→
RF power supply (2.75 V)
56
O
TP1235
VCORE15
1.2
IC1200
→
57
O
TP1236
LED1
1.2
LED1200
→
IC1200
Charge LED
58
O
TP1237
LED2
1.2
LED1200
→
IC1200
Incoming notifications LED
59
O
60
61
O
62
Core power supply (1.5 V)
TP1301
VDCIO
1.2
CN1300
→
Q1212
External supply power
TP1302
CTS (Rx voice)
1.2
CN1300
→
IC1300
CTS (hands free Rx voice)
TP1303
Manufacture
Specific
1.5
CN1300
→
Q1301
UART detection signal
TP1304
RTS (Tx voice)
1.2
IC1300
→
CN1300
RTS (hands free Tx voice)
Synchronisation Clock
63
O
TP1305
TXD
USB D–
1.2
IC1300
→
CN1300
UART1 Tx
USB D– line
64
O
TP1306
RXD
USB D+
1.2
CN1300
→
IC1300
UART1 Rx
USB D+ line
65
O
TP1307
VBUS
1.2
CN1300
→
IC1303
External USB VBUS
66
O
TP1308
VUSB33
1.2
IC1303
→
IC1300,
IC1000
USB power supply (3.3 V), USB
detection signal
TP1400
TSFRM
0.3
IC1500
→
TP1500
VDCDC
1.2
IC1504
→
IC1504
DCDC power supply (1.5 to 2.5 V)
67
68
O
TS I/F frame sync signal GPIO
69
O
TP1501
VTRAM25
1.2
IC1504
→
IC1500
T4G RAM power supply (2.5 V)
70
O
TP1502
VTRAM15
1.2
IC1504
→
IC1500
T4G RAM power supply (1.5 V)
71
O
TP1503
VDIG29
1.2
IC1504
→
72
O
TP1504
VTLVDS25
1.2
IC1504
→
IC1500
T4G LVDS power supply (2.5 V)
T4G LVDS power supply (1.5 V)
73
O
TP1505
VTLVDS15
1.2
IC1504
→
IC1500
O
TP1506
T4G NC1
1.2
IC1500
→
IC1500
Check for peeling of T4G
75
O
TP1507
T4G NC2
1.2
IC1500
→
IC1500
Check for peeling of T4G
TP1600
A0
0.3
O
TP1601
MIC2+
1.2
77
→
MIC200
→
78
O
TP1602
MIC-
1.2
MIC201
→
79
O
TP1603
MIC1+
1.2
Key FPC
unit
→
Adress 0
IC1200
Mic bias2
Mic earth
IC1200
Mic bias1
Connector microphone
80
O
TP1604
JMIC
1.2
JK1600
→
IC1200
81
O
TP1605
JEARR
1.2
IC1600
→
JK1600
Connector EAR R-ch
82
O
TP1606
JEARL
1.2
IC1600
→
JK1600
Connector EAR L-ch
83
O
TP1607
VAMP
1.2
IC1701
→
JK1600
TV signal output
84
O
TP1608
SP-L1
1.2
IC1603
→
CN3003
Speaker 1 L-ch
TP1609
VVIB
1.2
IC1601
→
VIB1600
Vibrator power supply
O
TP1610
SP-R1
1.2
IC1603
→
CN3003
Speaker 1 R-ch
85
86
87
O
TP1611
SP-L2
1.2
IC1603
→
CN3003
Speaker 2 L-ch
88
O
TP1612
SP-R2
1.2
IC1603
→
CN3003
Speaker 2 R-ch
89
O
TP1613
UART0TX
1.2
IC1000
→
JK1600
UART Tx software rewrite and log
90
O
TP1614
UART0RX
1.2
JK1600
→
IC1000
UART Rx software rewrite and log
91
O
TP1800
BECLK
1.2
IC1500
→
IC1800
27MHz clock output
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Digital power supply (2.9 V)
74
76
Remarks
Back-up
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
MAIN PWB-A
(FRONT SIDE)
MAIN PWB-A
(REAR SIDE)
MIC200
MIC201
TP1600
TP1234
TP1800
TP1606
TP1604
TP1608
TP1611
TP1215
TP1605
TP1601
TP1216
TP1602
TP1607
TP1400
TP1609
TP1223
TP1217
TP1206
TP1613
TP1614
TP1203
TP1213
SP029
TP1219
TP1506
TP1202
TP1200
TP1201
TP1218
SP021
TP1307
TP1301
SP022
VIB1600
TP1011
TP1503
TP1009
TP1005
TP1225
TP1022
TP1308
TP1232
TP1235
SP028
SP018
SP009
SP017
SP015
SP016
TP1209
TP1500
SP001
TP1233
SP020
TP1230
TP1229
TP1003
SP004
TP1610
SP019
SP027
TP1612
SP002
SP023 TP1222
SP008
SP012
SP003
TP1212
TP1302
TP1231
TP1304
TP1220
TP1221
SP014
TP1505
TP1227
SP032
TP1210
TP1228
TP1303
TP1305
TP1306
TP1021
SP031
TP1501
TP1006
TP1023
TP1010
TP1008
VIB1601
TP1004
TP1012
TP1226
TP1236
TP1002
TP1007
TP1504
TP1014
TP1018
TP1016
TP1017
TP1015
TP1237
TP1502
TP1507
TP1211
TP1024
TP1013
TP1204
TP1207
TP1205
TP1603
TP1019
Figure 34 TEST POINT
2 – 20
TP1020
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CONFIDENTIAL
Display PWB
No.
Checker
1
Ref.
TP3002
Name
φ
Output
VDON
1.2
IC1500
Input
Function
→
IC3000
VD-LINK ON/OFF setting
IC3000
Display clock (6.5 MHz)
2
TP3003
LCDCLK
1.2
IC1500
→
3
TP3004
VBATIB
1.2
CN1200,
IC1202
→
Handset (Phone) power supply
(BB)
4
TP3005
GND
1.2
GND
→
Earth
5
TP3007
GND
0.3
GND
→
6
TP3008
BLED+
1.2
IC2005
→
TP3008
Main display/Sub display backlight
+, white LED boost output
7
TP3009
BLED –
1.2
TP3009
→
IC2005
Main display backlight –, white
LED feedback circuit
Earth
8
TP3010
DUMMY1
0.3
IC3000
→
IC3000
Check for peeling of LCDC
9
TP3011
DUMMY2
0.3
IC3000
→
IC3000
Check for peeling of LCDC
10
TP3012
LVSYN
1.2
IC3000
→
IC1500
11
TP3018
VDD2
0.3
Main
display
→
VSYNC output signal
DC/DC convertor output
12
TP3019
VCCR
1.2
IC1206
→
CN3003
13
TP3024
FLIP_R
0.3
CN3003
→
IC1000
Rotation detection
14
TP3025
BLED+
1.2
IC2005
→
TP3008
Main display/Sub display backlight
+, white LED boost output
Back-up power supply
15
O
TP3026
VUDIG29
0.3
IC3001
→
Digital power supply (2.9 V)
16
O
TP3027
VUDIG18
0.3
IC3002
→
Digital power supply (1.8 V)
17
O
TP3028
VUDIG25
0.3
IC3004
→
18
TP3031
VDWAIT
1.2
IC3000
→
IC1500
19
TP3032
M_LCD_I2CDATA
1.2
IC1000
↔
IC3000
I2C data
20
TP3033
M_LCD_I2CDCLK
1.2
IC1000
→
IC3000
I2C clock
21
TP3034
PDW_ECO
1.2
IC1000
→
IC3001,
IC3002,
IC3004
REG ECO mode signal
22
TP3035
PDW_CE
1.2
IC1200
→
IC3001,
IC3002,
IC3004
REG enable signal
Display RST signal
Digital power supply (2.5 V)
WAIT signal
23
TP3036
LCDRST
1.2
IC1500
→
IC3000
24
TP3037
LCDINT
1.2
IC3000
→
IC1500
Display INT signal
25
TP3048
TXDTP
1.2
IC1500
→
IC3000
VD-LINK operational data input
26
TP3049
TXDTN
1.2
IC1500
→
IC3000
VD-LINK operational data input
27
TP3050
TXCKP
1.2
IC1500
→
IC3000
VD-LINK operating clock input
TP3051
TXCKN
1.2
IC1500
→
IC3000
VD-LINK operating clock input
TP3053
BLED –
1.2
TP3009
→
IC2005
Display backlight –, white LED
feedback circuit
28
29
O
30
TP3054
BEARN
0.3
IC1200
→
TP3054
Earpiece
31
TP3055
BEARP
0.3
IC1200
→
TP3055
Earpiece
32
TP3056
CDAT0
1.2
SUB
CAMERA
→
IC1500
Sub camera DATA0
33
TP3057
CDAT1
1.2
SUB
CAMERA
→
IC1500
Sub camera DATA1
34
TP3058
CDAT2
1.2
SUB
CAMERA
→
IC1500
Sub camera DATA2
35
TP3059
CDAT3
1.2
SUB
CAMERA
→
IC1500
Sub camera DATA3
36
TP3060
CDAT4
1.2
SUB
CAMERA
→
IC1500
Sub camera DATA4
37
TP3061
CDAT5
1.2
SUB
CAMERA
→
IC1500
Sub camera DATA5
38
TP3062
CDAT6
1.2
SUB
CAMERA
→
IC1500
Sub camera DATA6
39
TP3063
CDAT7
1.2
SUB
CAMERA
→
IC1500
Sub camera DATA7
40
TP3064
VSYNC
1.2
IC1500
→
SUB
CAMERA
Horizontal sync signal
41
TP3065
HSYNC
1.2
IC1500
→
SUB
CAMERA
Vertical sync signal
2 – 21
Remarks
902SH
Checker
Ref.
φ
Name
Output
Input
Function
42
TP3066
PCLK
1.2
IC1500
→
SUB
CAMERA
Sub camera clock
43
TP3067
I2CCLKA
1.2
IC1500
→
SUB
CAMERA
I2C clock
44
TP3068
I2CDATA
1.2
IC1500
↔
SUB
CAMERA
I2C data
Remarks
TP3054
TP3055
TP3059
TP3034
TP3050
TP3048
TP3035
TP3012
TP3004
TP3064
TP3066
TP3049
TP3065
TP3060
TP3061
TP3056
TP3062
TP3058
TP3063
TP3057
TP3068
TP3053
TP3036
TP3031
TP3051
TP3025
TP3008
TP3026
TP3027
TP3010
TP3009
TP3028
TP6
TP9
TP3
TP4
TP5
TP2
TP7
TP8
TP10
TP1
TP11
TP14
TP13
TP23
TP15
TP16
TP17
TP18
TP19
TP20
TP21
TP22
TP12
TP3011
TP3007
TP3018
TP3024
DISPLAY PWB-B
(REAR SIDE)
TP3003
TP3033
TP3032
TP3037
TP3002
TP3019
TP3005
DISPLAY PWB-B
(FRONT SIDE)
Figure 35 TEST POINT
2 – 22
TP3067
No.
CONFIDENTIAL
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
SD PWB
No.
Checker
Ref.
Name
φ
Output
Input
→
O
TP2000
VPLUS2
1.2
IC2005
2
O
TP2001
VPLUS1
1.2
IC2005
→
IC2005
White LED boost output
TP2002
BLED –
0.3
TP3009
→
IC2005
Sub display backlight –, white LED
feedback circuit
Camera power supply (15 V)
3
LED2005
Function
1
Three-colour LED power supply
anode
4
O
TP2003
VDD3
1.2
IC2002
→
CN2002
5
O
TP2004
VOUT2
1.2
IC2002
→
CN2002
Digital power supply (1.8 V)
6
O
TP2005
VDD4
1.2
IC2002
→
CN2002
Camera power supply (–8 V)
7
O
TP2006
VGIG29
1.2
IC2002
→
CN2002
Digital power supply (2.9 V)
8
TP2007
BLED+
0.3
IC2005
→
TP3008
Main display/Sub display backlight
+, white LED boost output
9
TP2008
BLED –
0.3
TP3009
→
IC2005
Sub display backlight –, white LED
feedback circuit
10
TP2009
I2CCLKB
0.3
IC1500
→
CN2002
I2C clock
11
TP2010
I2CDATB
0.3
IC1500
→
CN2002
I2C data
12
TP2011
TXON
0.3
IC1000
→
IC2005
LED control signal
13
TP2012
FLOW
0.3
IC1500
→
CN2002
FLOW control signal
14
TP2013
GAINT
0.3
CN2002
→
IC1500
Camera INT signal
15
TP2014
LEDLD
0.3
IC1500
→
IC2005
LED control select signal
16
TP2015
SEOO
0.3
IC1500
→
IC2002,
IC2005
Data
17
TP2016
SECLK
0.3
IC1500
→
IC2002,
IC2005
Clock
18
TP2017
SL_CDCE
0.3
IC1500
→
Sub Display
Sub display chip enable signal
19
TP2018
SL_CDDC
0.3
IC1500
→
Sub Display
Sub display data/command select
signal
20
TP2019
BDRST
0.3
IC1500
→
IC2002
Camera power supply, reset signal
21
TP2020
BDCE
0.3
IC1500
→
IC2002
Camera power supply, control
select signal
22
TP2021
SLCDRST
0.3
IC1500
→
Sub Display
Sub display reset signal
23
TP2022
LEDRST
0.3
IC1500
→
IC2005
LED reset
24
25
O
TP2023
RSTGA
0.3
IC1500
→
CN2002
Camera reset signal
TP2024
VOUT1
1.2
IC2002
→
CN2002
Digital power supply (3.0 V)
26
O
TP2025
LEDR
1.2
LED2005
→
IC2005
Three-colour LED red cathode
27
O
TP2026
VDDD
1.2
IC2004
→
CN2002
Camera driver power supply
(3.1 V)
28
O
TP2027
VSD29
1.2
IC2001
→
CN2001
SD power supply (2.9 V)
2 – 23
Remarks
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
TP2013
SD PWB-C
(FRONT SIDE)
TP2012
TP2009
TP2011
TP2010
TP2023
TP2022
TP2014
TP2015
TP2017
TP2019
TP2020
TP2002
TP2008
TP2007
TP2018
TP2021
TP2016
SD PWB-C
(REAR SIDE)
TP2006
TP2000
TP2004 TP2024 TP2005
TP2026
TP2025
TP2003
TP2001
Figure 36 TEST POINT
2 – 24
TP2027
CONFIDENTIAL
[3] Troubleshooting
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
No voice is heard and playback is impossible.
Voice transmission/recording is impossible.
Power dose not turn on.
Battery does not charge/Charging does not complete.
System settings are reset.
Clock settings are reset.
Vibrator does not work.
Speaker does not work.
The display does not appear on Main Display.
The display does not appear on Sub Display.
Camera does not operate.
Sub Camera does not operate.
The display backlight does not turn on.
The Key backlight does not turn on.
Mobile Light does not turn on.
Out-of-range appears and no transmission/reception is available.
SD memory card is not recognised.
Music on SD memory card cannot be played.
USIM card is not recognised.
Bluetooth communication is impossible.
See page 2-25
See page 2-26
See page 2-26
See page 2-27
See page 2-28
See page 2-28
See page 2-29
See page 2-29
See page 2-30
See page 2-31
See page 2-31
See page 2-32
See page 2-32
See page 2-33
See page 2-33
See page 2-33
See page 2-39
See page 2-39
See page 2-40
See page 2-40
1. No voice is heard and playback is impossible.
Earpiece
Are signals sent to TP3054 and TP3055?
YES
Earpiece is defective. Or earpiece is in a poor
contact with TP3054 and TP3055.
YES
R3017A and R3016A are defective.
NO
Are signals sent to R3000 and R3037?
NO
Are signals sent to L1566 and L1567?
YES
R3000 and R3037, or the thin coaxial is defective. Otherwise, the thin coaxial and the connector is in poor contact.
NO
Are signals sent to TP1215 and TP1216?
YES
L1566 and L1567 are defective.
YES
JK1600 handsfree earpiece, L1600, L1601,
C1674 and C1675 are defective.
YES
C1629, C1630, C1671 and C1672 are defective.
YES
IC1600, R1625 and R1626 are defective.
NO
R1241 and R1242 are defective.
Or IC1200 is defective.
Handsfree Microphone Unit
Are signals sent to TP1605 and TP1606?
NO
Are signals sent to R1625 and R1626?
NO
Is signal sent to R1612?
NO
IC1200, R1612 and C1614 are defective.
2 – 25
902SH
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
2. Voice transmission/recording is impossible.
Built-in microphones 1 and 2
Is 2.2 V or more applied to TP1601 and
TP1603?
NO
Is 2.2 V or more applied to C1673?
YES
NO
C1673 or IC1200 is
defective.
NO
C1673 or IC1200 is
defective.
YES
C1633, C1634, R1661, IC1200 or microphone
are defective.
R1643, R1648, R1649, R1650, R1651, R1658,
C1642, C1646, Q1604 and Q1605 are defective.
Handsfree Microphone Unit
Is 2.2 V or more applied to R1639?
NO
Is 2.2 V or more applied to C1673?
YES
YES
L1602, R1654, C1644 and JK1600 handsfree
microphone are defective. Or earpiece is in a
poor contact with JK1600 and socket.
R1638, R1639 and C1637 are defective.
3. Power dose not turn on.
Is the voltage of the battery 3.6 V or more?
NO
The battery is dead, defective, or deteriorated.
NO
The battery terminal CN1200 is mounted
improperly or in poor contact.
NO
Fuse FS1200 is blown, resistance R1219 is
defective, or power amplifier IC300 is defective.
NO
IC400 and peripheral circuits are defective.
NO
IC1200 and Q1210 are defective or mounted
improperly.
NO
IC1204 is defective or mounted improperly.
NO
IC1000 and X1000 are defective or mounted
improperly.
YES
Is 3.6 V or more on TP1200?
YES
Is 3.6 V or more on TP1211?
YES
Does MCLK (R760) oscillate at 13 MHz?
YES
Is 1.5 V applied to TP1235 when the Power key
is pressed?
YES
Is 1.5 V supplied from TP1003?
YES
Is 32.768kHz supplied from RTCCLK
(TP1006)?
YES
IC1000, IC1100 and IC1200 are defective or
mounted improperly.
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902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
4. Battery does not charge/Charging does not complete.
4.1. Battery does not charge.
When the AC charger is connected, is the voltage of TP1301 higher than that of the battery?
NO
The AC charger is defective. CN1300 is
mounted improperly or in poor contact.
NO
The AC charger is defective.
NO
Q1212, IC1201, R1200, R1201, R1261, C1241
and C1200 are defective.
NO
Go to the section “3. Power dose not turn on.”
(see page 2-26)
NO
Is the red LED (LED1200) flashing?
YES
Is 7.0 V or lower on TP1301?
YES
Is the voltage of TP1204 is higher than that of
the battery?
YES
Does the handset (phone) turn on?
YES
Is the voltage of TP1211 is higher than that of
the battery?
NO
IC1200 is defective,
and charge parameter data is corrupted
YES
YES
Is the ambient temperature between 5 and
35°C?
NO
Temperature abnormality.
YES
IC501 and IC1200 are defective or mounted
improperly.
Is the resistance between TP1207 and GND
(TP1209) 82 k ohms?
NO
S terminal of the Li-Ion battery is defective.
CN1200 is in poor contact.
NO
Is the temperature of the front cabinet (key
side) below 35°C?
YES
LED1200 and R1248 are defective.
4.2. Charging does not complete.
Is 4.2 V or more on TP1211?
Is 5.0 V or lower on TP1301?
YES
The Li-Ion battery is defective, charge parameter data is corrupted, or IC1200 is defective.
NO
Charging time depends on handset (phone)
use, or the degree of the battery deterioration.
(Wait for more than 30 seconds.)
YES
Is the temperature of the front cabinet (key
side) below 35°C?
Depending on the
temperature, charging may take longer.
YES
YES
Is 4.2 V or more on TP1211 for over 30 minutes?
NO
NO
Depending on the temperature, charging may
take longer.
YES
Charge parameter data is corrupted.
2 – 27
NO
Go to the section
“4.1. Battery does not
charge.”
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
5. System settings are reset.
Is TP1217 at high level (2.75 V) when the
Power key is pressed with 3.7 V applied to the
battery terminals (VBATT:TP:1200, TP1201,
and TP1202)?
NO
Is 1.8 V applied to TP1231?
Is 2.75 V applied to TP1232,TP1233 and
TP1234?
NO
Go to the section
“3. Power dose not
turn on.”
(see page 2-26)
YES
YES
IC1200 is defective.
Is the resistance between GND (TP1210) and
TP1207 82 k ohms?
NO
Is there conduction between the battery terminals and TP1207?
NO
Battery terminal
(CN1200) is mounted
improperly.
YES
YES
IC1200 or the battery is defective.
Is the USIM card recognised?
NO
Connection to the USIM card is instantaneously
interrupted.
NO
Connection to the battery terminal is instantaneously interrupted.
NO
IC1206, C1239 and R1247 are defective or
mounted improperly.
NO
Is the voltage of the back-up battery 1.0 V or
more?
YES
Are the battery terminals clean?
YES
The software has a problem, or IC1100 parts
are defective.
6. Clock settings are reset.
Is 1.8 V applied to TP1223 with 3.7 V applied to
the battery terminal (TP1200)?
YES
Is 1.0 V or more on TP1226 with the battery terminal (TP1200) disconnected?
Is 1.0 V or more on TP3019?
YES
CN3001 and CN1501 are defective, or the thin
coaxial is broken.
NO
IC1204 or peripheral circuits are defective or
short-circuited. IC1206 is defective.
NO
IC1204 is defective or mounted improperly
YES
Is 1.5 V applied to TP1003 with 3.7 V applied to
the battery terminal (TP1200)?
The back-up battery is
defective or deteriorated, or earth short
circuit.
YES
YES
Is 1.0 V or more on TP1223 with the battery terminal (TP1200) disconnected?
NO
YES
IC1000 is defective
2 – 28
NO
The back-up battery is
mounted improperly.
The flexible PWB is
broken
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
7. Vibrator does not work.
Is 3.0 V on TP1609 when the vibrator is
removed and then activated?
NO
At this time, is 1.6 V or more on IC1601 pin 1?
NO
IC1600 is defective.
YES
YES
IC1601, CA1609, and D1600 are defective,
mounted improperly, or short-circuited
Is 3.0 V on TP1609 when the vibrator is fixed
and then activated?
NO
Vibrator is defective.
YES
The vibrator is defective, or there is clogging
caused by foreign objects.
8. Speaker does not work.
• When both voice and ring tones are not heard from the speaker, check the items of 8.1.
• When ring tones are heard from the speaker but voice is not, check the items of 8.2.
• When voice is heard from the speaker but ring tones are not, check the items of 8.3.
8.1. Both voice and ring tones are not heard from the speaker.
Is there contact between the FPC land and the
speaker spring?
NO
Poor contact.
NO
Speaker parts are defective.
NO
The speaker FPC is defective or in poor contact
with CN3003.
NO
R3051, R3052, R3053, R3054, R3000A,
R3001A, R3002A and R3003A are defective.
YES
Is the impedance between speaker terminals
approx.8 ohms?
YES
Is there conduction between each speaker
FPC land and the corresponding pair (C3004,
C3005, C3010, or C3011)?
YES
Does each of R3051, R3052, R3053, and
R3054 have 1 ohm of resistance?
YES
Is there conduction between R3051/R3052/
R3053/R3054 and the corresponding pair
(TP1608/TP1610/TP1611/TP1612)?
NO
YES
The thin coaxial is defective. Otherwise, the
thin coaxial and CN1501 or CN3001 have poor
contact
IC1603, C1632, C1620, R1613, R1614, R1615,
R1616, R1642 and R1646 are defective.
YES
Are signals sent to R1642 and R1646?
YES
Is the battery voltage applied to R1656 and
R1624? Also is the voltage 2.9 V applied to
R1645?
NO
The main PWB or the
power supply system
is defective.
NO
Are signals sent to C1621 and C1622?
NO
Is the battery voltage applied to R1607? Also is
the voltage 1.8 V applied to R1602 and 2.9 V to
R1606 and R1609?
YES
C1621, C1622, C1625, C1626, R1617, R1618,
R1619, R1620, R1631 and IC1600 are defective.
NO
The main PWB or the power supply system is
defective.
2 – 29
YES
IC1600 is defective.
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
8.2. Ring tones are heard from the speaker but voice is not.
Is signal sent to R1612?
YES
IC1600 is defective.
NO
IC1200 is defective.
8.3. Voice is heard from the speaker but ring tones are not.
Is the volume set to zero?
YES
Is sound heard after turning up the volume?
OK.
NO
The display parts are
not mounted properly.
NO
NO
Is clock sent to R1673?
YES
YES
R1673 is defective.
Or IC1600 is defective.
NO
IC1200 is defective.
9. The display does not appear on Main Display.
Is the flexible PWB of the display securely
locked to CN3000?
NO
Unlock it, and then reinsert and lock it.
YES
Replace Main Display.
Does the display appear?
NO
YES
Main Display unit is defective.
Are the following display parts in good condition?
C3050, C3053, C3055, C3056, C3057, C3058,
C3059, C3060, C3062, C3063, C3064, C3066,
C3067, C3068, C3069, C3070, D3000, D3003,
IC3006, R3019, R3021, R3062, R3063, R3018,
C3044
YES
Is 2.9 ± 0.1 V applied to TP3026 and R3019?
Is 1.85 ± 0.1 V applied to TP3027 and R3063?
NO
YES
NO
Is the waveform from R3018 a 6.5 MHz pulse
wave?
The battery is defective or not set; the
PWB is defective; the
battery needs to be
charged; the thin
coaxial cable socket is
mounted improperly or
broken; the main PWB
is defective; R3019
and R3063 are
mounted improperly;
or the display PWB is
defective.
YES
Is the waveform from RA3010, RA3011,
RA3012, RA3013, R3017, and R3024 a pulse
wave?
NO
YES
RA3010, RA3011,
RA3012, RA3013,
R3017 and R3024 are
defective or mounted
improperly.
CN3000 socket parts are defective, or the display PWB pattern is broken.
Is 3.2 V or more applied to TP3004?
NO
The thin coaxial cable
is broken, or the thin
coaxial cable socket is
in poor contact.
YES
Is the waveform of TP3002 a rectangular
wave?
YES
IC3000 is defective.
2 – 30
NO
R3008A is mounted
improperly, or the display PWB and the
main PWB are defective.
CONFIDENTIAL
10. The display does not appear on Sub Display.
Is 2.9 ± 0.1 V applied to R2005?
NO
FPC or connector for the SD P.W.B. connect
FPC is connected improperly.
YES
Sub Display unit is defective.
YES
The SD PWB is defective.
YES
The camera module is defective.
YES
The SD PWB is defective.
YES
The SD P.W.B. connect FPC is defective.
YES
The main PWB is defective.
YES
Does the display appear after replacing the
Sub Display?
NO
Does the display appear after replacing the SD
PWB and the SD P.W.B. connect FPC?
NO
IC1500 or peripheral parts are defective.
11. Camera does not operate.
The camera does not operate. Enter the test
mode.
Replace the camera module to a properly working one, and activate the camera.
Is the image through the camera lens properly
displayed?
NO
Replace the SD PWB to a properly working
one, and activate the camera.
Is the image through the camera lens properly
displayed?
NO
Replace the the flexible PWB connected to the
SD PWB to a properly working one, and activate the camera.
Is the image through the camera lens properly
displayed?
NO
Replace the main PWB to a properly working
one, and activate the camera.
Is the image through the camera lens properly
displayed?
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902SH
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CONFIDENTIAL
12. Sub Camera does not operate.
Replace the display PWB to a properly working
one, and activate the sub camera.
Is the image through the sub camera lens properly displayed?
YES
The display PWB is defective. Find the cause.
YES
The thin coaxial is defective.
YES
The main PWB is defective.
NO
Replace the thin coaxial to a non-defective one,
and activate the sub camera.
Is the image through the sub camera lens properly displayed?
NO
Replace the main PWB to a properly working
one, and activate the sub camera.
Is the image through the sub camera lens properly displayed?
NO
The display PWB is defective.
13. The display backlight does not turn on.
Is fuse FS2001 mounted properly, and is there
conduction?
NO
FS2001 is mounted improperly, or the fuse is
blown.
NO
CN1501 and CN2000 are in poor contact with
the flexible PWB, or the flexible PWB is broken.
NO
The LED FPC unit is soldered improperly.
YES
Is the voltage applied to FS2001 when the voltage is applied to the battery terminals?
YES
Is the LED FPC unit properly soldered to
TP3008 and TP3009?
YES
Is 10 - 16 V sent to TP2001?
NO
IC2005, L2001, D2000, D2002, R2008, C2019,
C2009 and C2012 are defective or mounted
improperly.
YES
Is 10 - 16 V sent to TP3025?
NO
CN2000 and CN3001 are defective, mounted
improperly, or in poor contact. The thin coaxial
is broken.
YES
LED is defective. LED FPC unit is defective.
IC2005 is defective.
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902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
14. The Key backlight does not turn on.
Does the power turn on?
NO
Go to the section "3. Power dose not turn on."
(see page 2-26)
YES
Do all the Key backlight LEDs remain off?
NO
The disabled LEDs are defective. Otherwise,
the resistances corresponding to the disabled
LEDs are mounted improperly.
YES
Is there 2.75 V of electric potential difference
between both ends of R1046 when trying to
turn on the Key backlight?
NO
IC1000 is defective or mounted improperly.
NO
Q1002 is defective or mounted improperly.
NO
FS2002 is mounted improperly, or the fuse is
blown.
YES
Is the voltage 0 V on CN1000 pin 18?
YES
CN1000 is defective or mounted improperly.
The key FPC unit is broken or in poor contact.
15. Mobile Light does not turn on.
Is fuse FS2002 mounted properly, and is there
conduction?
YES
Is the voltage applied to FS2002 when the voltage is applied to the battery terminals?
NO
CN1501 and CN2000 are in poor contact with
the flexible PWB. Otherwise, the flexible PWB
is broken.
YES
Try the white light and see whether only the red
turns on or none does.
Only the red
turns on
Is the voltage 4.2 V or lower on TP2000?
None does.
NO
IC2005 and LED2005
are defective or
mounted improperly.
YES
IC2005, Q2005, L2003, D2004, R2009 and
C2007 are defective or mounted improperly.
IC2005 and LED2005 are defective or mounted
improperly.
16. Out-of-range appears and no transmission/reception is available.
In the Japan mode (W-CDMA), “out-of-range” appears, and no transmission/reception is available.
[Reception system]
A
Is the system setting in the network settings is
set to “Auto” or “3G”?
NO
Set the system setting to “Auto” or “3G”.
NO
Insert the USIM.
YES
Is the USIM inserted?
YES
B
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B
Does Error occur when the command VERS =
1 is entered? (*1)
YES
The file system or SRAM is defective.
NO
Use the wire method for measurement.
In the test mode, can synchronisation be established with a simulator, etc.? (ANT terminal
input: -90 dBm)
Use the PUCA command. (*2)
YES
C
NO
In mandatory reception mode (*3), is MCLK
output sent correctly?
NO
VCXO circuit or IC400 is defective.
YES
In mandatory reception mode (*3), is the RSSI
value normal?
NO
Are the appropriate signals for SP015, SP016,
SP017, and SP018 displayed on an oscilloscope?
YES
YES
IC1400 or PWB is defective.
IC1400 or PWB is defective.
NO
FL001 and IC400 or
PWB are defective.
*1: The command input procedure will be described later.
*2: Check both “Yes” and “No” items when the PUCA command is not available due to the lack of a simulator (such as MT8820A made by Anritsu)
or other necessary devices.
*3: The command input procedure will be described later.
[Transmission system] C
Use the PUCA command. (*2)
Are the appropriate signals for SP001, SP002,
SP003, and SP004 displayed on an oscilloscope?
NO
IC1400 is defective.
NO
Is the voltage approx. 1 V on both ends of
C710?
YES
Is the transmission frequency correct?
YES
Is the transmission waveform normal?
(At maximum output, ACLR ± 5 MHz is –34 dBc
or less, occupied bandwidth is 4.3 MHz or less,
and modulation accuracy is 12% or less.)
YES
IC400 is defective.
NO
IC630 or IC1200 is
defective.
NO
IC630 or IC620 is
defective.
NO
NO
IC700 is defective.
NO
At maximum output, is the voltage on IC630 pin
1 acceptable (approx. 2.6 V)?
YES
Is the output level is correct?
(21 to 25 dBm, at maximum output)
YES
The aerial circuit and parts are defective.
YES
At maximum output, is the voltage 3 V or more
on both ends of C627?
YES
FL001 and IC700 or PWB are defective.
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Additional information 1: Out-of-range display for W-CDMA
<Setting examples for MT8820A>
Parameter group
Common
Physical Channel Parameter
Parameter
Setting
Remarks
Call Processing
Off
Test Loop Mode
Off
UL Frequency
9887ch 1977.4MHz
Measurement-dependent
DL Frequency
10837ch 2167.4MHz
Measurement-dependent
Frequency Separation
190MHz
Input Level
25dBm (at maximum output)
Level is measurement-dependent
Output Level
-70dBm
Level is measurement-dependent
AWGN
Off
Sequential Output
Off
External Loss(Main DL)
On
Offset required
External Loss(Main UL)
On
Offset required
External Loss(Aux)
Off
Channel Coding
reference measurement channel
DTCH Data Pattern
PN9
DCCH Data Pattern
PN9
Prioritised RABs DL Max. Rate
12.2kbps
Primary Scramble Code
8
Channel Level Unit
Ior
CPICH Power(CPICH_Ec/Ior)
-3.3dB On
P-CCPCH Power(P-CCPCH_Ec/Ior)
-5.3dB On
SCH Power(SCH_Ec/Ior)
-5.3dB On
PICH Power(PICH_Ec/Ior)
Changeable
-8.3dB On
Channelization Code
100
DPCH Power(DPCH_Ec/Ior)
-10.3dB On
Secondary Scrambling Code
Stand Alone DCCH
0
RAB
0
Timing Offset
0
Channelization Code
Stand Alone DCCH
30
RAB
5
S-CCPCH
Off
AICH
Off
Uplink Physical Channel
PRACH Preamble Scrambling Code
0
DPCH Scrambling Code
1
Scrambling Code Type
Long
Call Processing Parameter
Tx Measurement Setup Parameter
OFF
Occupied Bandwidth
Detect Mode
Average
OBW Ratio
99%
Spectrum Emission Mask
Detect Mode
Average
Template [Template Setup]
Level of RBW : 30kHz
2.5MHz
-35dBc
3.5MHz
-50dBc
Level of RBW : 1MHz
3.5MHz
-35dBc
7.5MHz
-49dBc
Lower Limit
Additional limit
-50dBm/3.84MHz
Non
Modulation Analysis
Storage Mode
Latest
Long Span Code Search
OFF
Measuring Object
W-CDMA
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Parameter group
Rx Measurement Setup Parameter
Parameter
Setting
Number of Sample
10000 bit
BER Upper Limit
10%
Measurement Input
RF Loopback
Ext.BER.Input Polarity
Not used
Ext.BER.Input Clock
Not used
Voice Channel
Not used
Block Error Rate
Fundamental Measurement
Parameter
Remarks
Bit Error Rate
Not used
BER/BLER Timeout Length
10sec
Power measurement
On Average count 1
Frequency Error
On Average count 1
Occuupied Bandwidth
On Average count 1
Specturm Emission Mask
On Average count 1
Adjacent Channel Power
On Average count 1
Modulation Analysis
On Average count 1
Peak Code Domain Error
On Average count 1
BER
On
BLER
Off
Additional information 2: Out-of-range display for W-CDMA
1) VERS command
<Start the test programme.>
VERS = 1
<Check the response.>
2) PUCA command
<Start the test programme.>
MODE=4
WWDL=0
WWDL=1
WWDL=2
WRST=1
PUCA = 1,10837,0,2,5,8,15
(* When MT8820A is used, set up the measurement equipment according to the setting examples for MT8820A.)
<Measurement.>
PUCA = 0 (Measurement is complete.)
WRST = 0
POFF
<Turn off the power.>
3) Mandatory reception mode
<Send CW, 2167.4 MHz from SG.>
<Start the test programme.>
MODE=4
WWDL=0
WWDL=1
WWDL=2
WRXC=10832
TCMP=2,0
RXPW=0
<Check RSSI.>
WRST = 0 (Measurement is complete.)
POFF
<Turn off the power.>
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In the overseas mode (GSM), “out-of-range” appears, and no transmission/reception is available.
Is the system setting set to “Auto” or “GSM”?
NO
Change the setting in the network settings to
“Auto” or “GSM”.
NO
Insert the USIM.
YES
Is the USIM inserted?
[Reception system]
YES
Are 4 reception bars displayed?
* Set the BCCH/TCH level of a simulator to -80
dBm in EGSM band.
YES
D
NO
Is the voltage approx. 2.75 V applied to VCCA/
VCCB line?
NO
IC1000, IC1200 and Main PWB-A are defective.
YES
IC100, IC101 and IC1000 are defective.
YES
FL110 is defective.
YES
FL001 is defective.
YES
FL003 is defective.
NO
IC100, IC400, X770 and IC1000 are defective.
NO
IC100 and Main PWB-A are defective.
NO
IC100 and FL330 are defective.
NO
IC300 and IC1200 are defective.
NO
FL001 is defective.
NO
FL003 is defective.
YES
Is the EGSM band received signal sent to
IC100 pins 4 and 5?
NO
Is the EGSM band received signal sent from
FL001 pin 1?
NO
s the EGSM band received signal sent to
FL001 pin 7?
NO
Is the EGSM band received signal sent to
FL003 pin 3?
NO
CN1300 is defective.
[Transmission system] D
Does IC100 oscillate at the frequency of the
EGSM band transmitted signal?
YES
Is the IQ signal sent to IC100 pins 49, 50, 51,
and 52?
YES
Is the EGSM band transmitted signal sent to
IC300 pin 5?
YES
Is the EGSM band transmitted signal sent to
FL001 pin 13?
YES
Is the EGSM band transmitted signal sent to
FL003 pin 1?
YES
Is the EGSM band transmitted signal sent to
FL003 pin 3?
YES
CN1300 is defective.
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In the overseas mode (DCS/PCS), “out-of-range” appears, and no transmission/reception is available.
Is the system setting set to “Auto” or “GSM”?
NO
Change the setting in the network settings to
“Auto” or “GSM”.
NO
Insert the USIM.
YES
Is the USIM inserted?
YES
[Reception system]
Are 4 reception bars displayed?
* Set the BCCH/TCH level of a simulator to -80
dBm in DCS (PCS) band.
YES
E
NO
Is the voltage approx. 2.75 V applied to VCCA/
VCCB line?
NO
IC1000, IC1200 and Main PWB-A are defective.
YES
IC100, IC101 and IC1000 are defective.
YES
FL100 (FL120) is defective.
YES
FL001 is defective.
YES
FL003 is defective.
NO
IC100, IC400, X770 and IC1000 are defective.
NO
IC1000 and Main PWB-A are defective.
NO
IC100 and FL331 are defective.
NO
IC300 and IC1200 are defective.
NO
FL001 is defective.
NO
FL003 is defective.
YES
Is the DCS (PCS) band received signal sent to
IC100 pins 13 and 21 (1 and 2)?
NO
Is the DCS (PCS) band received signal sent
from FL001 pin 2 (3)?
NO
Is the DCS (PCS) band received signal sent to
FL001 pin 7?
NO
Is the DCS (PCS) band received signal sent to
FL003 pin 3?
NO
CN1300 is defective.
[Transmission system] E
Does IC100 oscillate at the frequency of the
DCS (PCS) band transmitted signal?
YES
Is the IQ signal sent to IC100 pins 49, 50, 51,
and 52?
YES
Is the DCS (PCS) band transmitted signal sent
to IC300 pin 1?
YES
Is the DCS (PCS) band transmitted signal sent
to FL001 pin 12?
YES
Is the DCS (PCS) band transmitted signal sent
to FL003 pin 1?
YES
Is the DCS (PCS) band transmitted signal sent
to FL003 pin 3?
YES
CN1300 is defective.
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17. SD memory card is not recognised.
Prepare the SD memory card. [*1]
Put the SD memory card. Is it recognised?
[*1] Use the specified, formatted SD card for 902SH.
It does not matter if data exists or not.
YES
SD memory card is defective.
NO
CN2001 has poor fit.
NO
IC2001 is defective.
YES
CN2001 is defective.
YES
The SD PWB or its flexible PWB is defective.
Otherwise, CN2000 and CN1500 are defective.
NO
Check for proper fit of CN2001. Is there any
problem?
YES
Is 2.9 V applied to TP2027?
YES
Are signals sent to R2000, R2001, R2002,
R2003 and R2022?
NO
Are signals sent to R1528, R1529, R1530,
R1531, R1532 and R1533?
NO
IC1500 is defective.
18. Music on SD memory card cannot be played.
[Music is not heard through the headphones]
Is music heard from the speaker?
YES
The headphones are defective, JK1600 is
defective, or the headphone socket fails to be
detected. C1674, C1675, L1600, and L1601
are defective.
NO
Is the audio waveform sent to TP1605 and
TP1606?
YES
The headphones are defective, JK1600 is
defective, or the headphone socket fails to be
detected. C1674, C1675, L1600, and L1601
are defective.
NO
Are signals sent to R1625 and R1626?
YES
C1629, C1630, C1671, C1672, R1625, R1626,
Q1601 and Q1602 are defective.
YES
IC1600 is defective.
NO
Is the rectangular wave is sent to R1565,
R1571, and R1572?
NO
IC1500 is defective.
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19. USIM card is not recognised.
Is the USIM card inserted and securely locked?
NO
The USIM card is not properly inserted.
NO
USIM card is defective.
NO
The software has a problem.
NO
IC1200 is defective.
NO
IC1000, IC1200, and R1232 are defective or
mounted improperly.
YES
Is the USIM card recognised when inserted to a
properly working handset (phone)?
YES
Is “Insert SIM Card” displayed when the power
is turned on without the USIM card?
YES
Is the voltage 3.0 V on TP1218 and TP1219?
YES
Does R1232 oscillate?
YES
IC1000, IC1200, R1230, R1231 and R1232 are
defective or mounted improperly.
20. Bluetooth communication is impossible.
A connection cannot be established via Bluetooth.
Is the voltage approx. 2.9 V applied to TP1021?
NO
IC1002 is defective.
NO
IC1000 is defective.
NO
IC1000 is defective.
NO
IC1000 is defective.
NO
IC1001 is defective.
YES
TP1022 (RESET signal)always at “High”?
YES
Are pulse signals sent to TP1016
(BT_UARTTX signal)?
YES
IC1001 is defective.
Phone can be connected to Bluetooth headset,but sound is not heard.
Is the signal waveform sent to TP1004 (PCMDATB)?
YES
Is the signal waveform sent to TP1005 (PCMDATA)?
YES
IC1000 is defective. Or IC1001 is defective.
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Service
E
Market
Manual 3. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
CHAPTER
[1] Servicing Concerns
Standard position
1. For disassembling
Front Cabinet
(Key)
1. Do not remove the board of baseband section by pulling external
interface connector not to damage the board.
2. Shield case is attached on shield case holder with no space.
Do not remove together with shield case holder. If you do, you cannot attach it again because they are soldered and in such a case,
you should take the electric pattern on the board as well.
Standard position
Sensor Moisture (Small):
Deleted in the middle of October production.
2. For reassembling
[Sensor, Moisture (Small)]
1. Make sure that all ornamental parts have no scratch and clean.
2. Make sure that you can open and close handset (phone) smoothly
and hear hinges click.
3. Make sure that display panel is placed in a proper position without
inclination.
Front Cabinet
(Display)
Standard position
Move up to this line.
4. Make sure that all three battery terminals protrude evenly.
5. Make sure that the pawl of aerial is upside.
•
Attach the cover as
shown (leave no
gap between the
cover and Main
Display panel).
FASTENING TORQUE (Referential Value)
• Back Cabinet (Key)/
Front Cabinet (Key)
• Back Cabinet (Display)/
Front Cabinet (Display)
• Hinge Unit
13.8 to 15.7 N • cm
(1.4 to 1.6 Kgf • cm)
Standard position
9.8 to 11.8 N • cm
(1.0 to 1.2 Kgf • cm)
Screw Cover, Display (Bottom)
Standard position
To the left reference position on the
front cabinet (Main Display side).
The reference value is measured when an electric screwdriver
(HIOS CL4000) is used.
•
SOLDERING SPECIFICATION
[Panel, Main Display/Screw Cover, Display (Bottom)]
Soldering iron must be set to 380° C for 5 seconds.
•
Panel,
Main Display
STANDARD POSITION OF ATTACHMENT
When replacing the following labels (marked with
place new ones on the specified positions.
), be sure to
Standard position
Attach within the rib area on the
rear cabinet (Main Display side).
Sensor, Moisture (Large):
Deleted in the middle of
October production.
No protrusion
Sensor, Moisture
(Small)
Standard
position
Put on
the rib.
Standard
position
To the
left
edge
Spacer Cushion,
Back Cabinet (Display)
Holder, SD PWB
[Sensor, Moisture (Small)]
Back Cabinet
(Display)
[Spacer Cushion, Back Cabinet (Display)/
Sensor, Moisture (Large)]
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Standard Standard
position position
No protrusion
from the PWB
Holder, Hinge
Cushion, Hinge
Attach along
the resist line.
Main PWB-A
Standard
position
Main PWB-A
Do not place on
the BBK shield
case cover.
[Holder, Hinge/Cushion, Hinge]
Thin Coaxial (Earth FPC)
Standard position
To the centre of the marking on
the BBK shield case cover.
No protrusion from the marking.
Cushion, Coaxial Cable
Standard position
Do not go beyond
the rib. Attach within
the shaded area.
Holder,
Main PWB
Standard position
Do not go beyond
the thin coaxial
(flexible earth)
Do not get into
the cutout area.
Standard position
No contact with the circle
FPC Retainer Kapton
Standard position
To the centre of
the thin coaxial
(Earth FPC)
[Cushion, Coaxial Cable]
[Thin Coaxial (Earth FPC)/FPC Retainer Kapton]
Display PWB-B
Standard position
Standard
position
Standard position
Regist
(Attach within the shaded
area.)
Put on the left corner,
without protrusion from
the register.
Label, Qualcomm
Standard
position
Cushion,
Display PWB
Kapton, Handling
(Left side view)
Connector
Rib
Front Cabinet
(Key)
Connector
Standard
position
[Label, Qualcomm]
Rib
Kapton, Display PWB
Standard position
Standard position
[Cushion, Display PWB/Kapton, Handling]
Standard position
Display PWB-B
Standard position: Centre
LED FPC Unit PWB-F
Front Cabinet,
Hinge
Standard position
Cushion,
LED FPC Unit
Deleted in the
December production.
[Kapton, Display PWB/Cushion, LED FPC Unit]
Screw Cover, Side
[Screw Cover, Side]
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[2] Disassembly and reassembly
•
To reassemble, reverse the procedure.
Note that the aerial cover needs to be installed after assembling the
back cabinet (key side).
STEP
1
REMOVAL
Back Cabinet
(Display)
Assembly
PROCEDURE
(A5) x 2
Top belt
FIGURE
1.Battery Cover........
2.Li-Ion Battery.........
3.Screw Cover..........
4.Screw....................
5.Hook.....................
(A1)x1
(A2)x1
(A3)x3
(A4)x6
(A5)x2
1
2
Front Cabinet
(Display)
3
2
Main Display
Holder Unit
1.Socket...................
2.Hook.....................
(B1)x1
(B2)x2
4
3
Display
PWB-B
1.Solder....................
2.Flat Cable..............
3.Hook.....................
4.Hook.....................
(C1)x2
(C2)x2
(C3)x1
(C4)x1
5
Jig
Slide
(Use something flat and hard,
for example guitar picks.)
Insert a jig into the gap between the Top belt and front cabinet
(Main Display side), and slide it to remove the hook A5.
Figure 3
1
Protect Cover,
Cabinet
(A1) x 1
Kapton, Handling
Top belt
(A2) x 1
Front/Back Cabinet
(Key)
4 (B2) x 1
2 (B1) x 1
3
4 (B2) x 1
Main Display Holder Unit
1 Remove the cabinet protection and Top belt.
2 Remove the handling kapton, and then the socket B1.
Back Cabinet (Key)
3 Lift and pull off the front/back cabinet (key side).
4 Remove the hook B2.
Figure 1
Figure 4
Back Cabinet (Display)
Pull and
set it upright.
(C4)x1*
(C2)x1
(C1)x2
(A4) x 2
M1.7 x 4.5mm,
Black
Display PWB-B
Main Display
Holder Unit
Open
(A4) x 2
M1.4 x 2.8mm
(A3) x 1
Set it
upright.
(A3) x 2
(C3)x1*
(C2)x1
* Remove the hook C3,
and then the hook C4.
(A4) x 2
M1.7 x 6.0mm
Figure 5
Figure 2
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REMOVAL
Hinge Cabinet
Back Cabinet
(Key)
Assembly
PROCEDURE
FIGURE
1.Screw Cover..........
2.Screw....................
3.Hook.....................
4.Hinge Belt Left......
5.Hinge Belt Right....
(D1)x2
(D2)x2
(D3)x4
(D4)x1
(D5)x1
6
1.Screw Cover..........
2.Screw....................
3.Hook.....................
(E1)x2
(E2)x4
(E3)x7
9
Back Cabinet, Hinge
7
8
(D5)x1
* Set it upright
(D4)x1
90 degrees.
10
For removal of the hinge unit, refer to “Precautions for installing the
thin coaxial” (3-8).
Front Cabinet, Hinge
Set it
upright.
(D1)x2
Rotate 90
degrees.
(D2)x2
M1.4x2.8mm
* Set it upright as shown and remove the front cabinet (hinge).
Figure 8
Back Cabinet,
Hinge
(E2)x2
M1.7x5.5mm,
Black
Figure 6
Back Cabinet (Key)
(D3)x2
(E2)x2
M1.7x7.5mm
(D3)x2
(E1)x2
Slide
Figure 9
Jig
(E3)x2
Insert a jig and slide it to remove the hook D3.
(E3)x2
Figure 7
Jig
(E3)x3
Figure 10
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STEP
6
REMOVAL
PROCEDURE
Aerial Cover
FIGURE
1.Screw Cover..........
2.Screw....................
3.Hook.....................
(F1)x1
(F2)x2
(F3)x4
11
12
7
Main PWB-A
1.Hook.....................
(G1)x3
13
8
Sub Display
Holder Unit
1.Hook.....................
2.Flat Cable..............
(H1)x2
(H2)x1
14
9
Camera
Assembly
1.Socket...................
(J1)x1
14
10
Key FPC Unit
PWB-E/
Holder, Main
PWB
1.Hook.....................
2.Flat Cable..............
(K1)x5
(K2)x1
14
11
Hinge Unit
1.Socket...................
(L1)x1
14
12
SD PWB-C
1.Hook.....................
2.Socket...................
3.Hook.....................
(M1)x3
(M2)x1
(M3)x4
15
Remove the FPC
retainer kapton.
Thin Coaxial
(Earth FPC)
Sub Display
Holder Unit
Main
PWB-A
(J1)x1
(H2)x1
(H1)x2
Camera
Assembly
Set it
upright.
Set it
upright.
For assembly of the camera, refer to “Assembly procedure for the
camera” (3-7).
Hinge Unit
(L1)x1
(F1)x1
(F2)x2
M1.4x1.6mm
Key FPC Unit PWB-E/
Holder, Main PWB
(K2)x1
(K1)x5
Aerial Cover
Figure 14
SD PWB-C
Figure 11
(F3)x2
(M2)x1
Aerial Cover
(F3)x2
(M1)x1
(M3)x4
(M1)x2
Jig
Holder, SD PWB
Figure 12
Front Cabinet (Key)
(G1)x1
Main PWB-A
Main PWB-A
Figure 15
Open
VIDEO OUT/
Handsfree
Microphone
Connector
(G1)x2
Cover, External
Connector
Hook(G1)
Minus
Driver
Insert a small flat head screwdriver and lift off the main PWBA to remove the hook G1.
Figure 13
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[3] Precautions for installing the thin coaxial
Attach the connector cover before installing the thin coaxial.
After the installation, leave the connector cover off.
Part Code
Description
PCOVPA003AFZZ
Wire Holder A
Cover, Connector
Yellow
Cover,
Connector
When routing through the hole
B, straighten the thin coaxial and
continue to make arcs with it.
Hole A
Sagging must be
out of the hole B.
Fit the hooks of the
hinge holder.
Hinge Unit
Fix Holder, Hinge
Hole B
Thin Coaxial
(Earth FPC)
A
a
b
Thin Coaxial
(Cable)
Hole B
Hinge Unit
Position the thin coaxial
(earth FPC) outside the
thin coaxial (cable). Pay
special attention to the
sections "a" and "b".
Fit the hooks of the
hinge holder.
Fix the "A" part and bend the
thin coaxial into an N shape to
insert the hole A. This prevents
twisting of the thin coaxial (cable/earth FPC).
Adjusting the length, insert the
thin coaxial into the hinge holder.
Hinge Unit
Blue
Wire Holder B
The thin coaxial connector
should be routed through the
wire holders A and B
beforehand.
The earth FPC must
be in contact with the
hinge unit.
Nitoflon
End face overlap
of the
area
earth
Hinge Unit
FPC
Earth FPC
Holder, Hinge
The end face of the earth FPC
must be within this range.
(Keep it inside the hinge.)
3–6
Thin Coaxial
CONFIDENTIAL
– MEMO –
3–7
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
902SH
902SH
CHAPTER 4. DIAGRAMS
2, 13, 66~69, 76, 77,
86, 92, 94, 95, 108,
138, 143, 148, 154,
191, 193, 212, 223,
227, 233, 229, 244,
248,271, 276, 284
12, 13,
28, 43
Combiner
HSSL
133
HSSL
Path
Searcher
Memory
Controller
Cell
Searcher
To IC400/
IC700
3wire
Serial bus
Rate dematching
RF-I/F
AGC
Pow
Control
126, 145
TXI/IBAR
D/A
TXQ/QBAR
3.3 V
REGULATOR
3
183, 230, 231,
250~253, 270,
272, 285, 286
KEYPAD
218, 236
LCD I/F
IC1001
BGB202
BLUETOOTH
IC2003
BD6030
COMPOUND
POWER
SUPPLY 3
REGULATOR
RTCCLK
3
BATT+B : 4.0V
PCM
REGULATOR
MCK
IC2004
XC640231
4
SUB CAMERA
IC3001
R1162D291D
CAM
Cont
2.9V
REGULATOR
8, 9
2
CCD
sensor
I2C
IC2005
BD6015GU
COMPOUND
POWER
SUPPLY 1
CAMERA
(2MPixel)
INFRARED
REMOTE
Tx CONTROLLER
LSI
SIO
LVDS
MAIN BACKLIGHT
SUB BACKLIGHT
MAIN
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
CONTROLLER
LCD3000
IC3000
LR38866
MOBILE LIGHT LED
32, 50,
51, 68
DA
PCM
I/F
BATT+B : 4.0V
10
AMP
AMP
10, 12,
13, 15
SP2001
SPEAKER
10
50
18, 28, 56,
64, 69
IC1601
BH30FB1WHFV
1.8V
IC1200
TWL93004CZQW
POWER SUPPLY
/RF CONTROL
2.9V
55
3, 11, 25
STEREO
AMP.
54
MIX
29~31
1
VIBRATOR
REGULATOR
4
VIBRATOR
IC1800
AK8813P
NTSC ENCODER
VIB001
5
5
3
4
I2C
17, 18
10, 12, 15,
28, 35, 48, 51
VIDEO
AMP
2
IC1701
MM1671XN
JK1600
VIDEO OUT/
HANDSFREE
MICROPHONE
CONNECTOR
X1500
27MHz
PCM
PCM
CODEC
PCM
111, 112, 117,
125, 127, 139,
172, 177,
206~208, 235,
236, 240, 242,
314, 334
From
IC1200
11, 12, 23
IC1700
AK4569
3
2.9V
REGULATOR
5
IC1602
R1163D291B
54~56, 59, 61, 69, 76, 85, 92,
101, 108, 116, 118, 120, 122
SIO
Figure 1 MAIN BLOCK DIAGRAM
4 -- 1
FM
SY
N
I/F
SDI/F
LVDS
BATTERY
IC1600
IC1603
SPEAKER
YMU783C AN12974A
MOBILE 28,
AUDIO 48, 30 AGC
MA5
ADPCM
LOGIC
Encode
IC1500
200
TC3525XBG
MULTIMEDIA 213
ACCELERATOR
T4C
IC1201
XC61CC20C2NR
VOLTAGE DETECTOR
BATTERY TERMINAL
PLL
LCD2000
4
2.0V
CN1201
PCM
I/F
279,
296
2
SP2000
I2C
SUB
DISPLAY
SIM
CONNECTOR
71
I2C
I2C
CAM Cont
2
8, 9
LDOA/B/D
CCD sensor
2
2, 5
IC3004
R1162D251D
EXTERNAL
CONNECTOR CN1300
2, 5
2.9 V
REGULATOR
USB
AC CHARGER
CHARGER
CIRCUIT
61, 72,
73, 86
SIM
Level
sift
CN1200
5
IC1202
TK73840BDB
REGULATOR
5, 6
84,
85,
98
LED1503
INFRARED PORT
IrDA
38,
39,
49
Charger
Control
I2C
5
3
IC1205
1.5V
S-817A15APF
POWER SUPPLY
IC1502
BU7876GL
IC1300 Handsfree
BU7880GU
EXTERNAL
INTERFACE
1.8V
REGULATOR
PCM
130
CAM I/F
I2C
IC1205
S-817A15APF
POWER SUPPLY
IC1204
S-817A15APF
KEY
MATRIX POWER SUPPLY
196
INTCON
LEAD3
Speech Codec
Audio
Algorithm
etc
USB I/F
3
3
ROM
MCPC MUX
12, 28
IC1002
R1162D291D
DSP
MIC201
MIC
Sleep
Con
1.5V
5, 7
Turbo Coder
2
283
MMC
IC1303
XC6219C332DR
Viterbi Coder
Waveform
Gen
SYS
CONTROL
DARAM
GPIO UART2
UART3
UART
CN061
UART1
163~166
142, 173
BLUETOOTH
AERIAL
SARAM
UART0
220,
260
From HP MIC
OSC
IC1206
R1163D181B
SIM I/F
MIC200
139
BAT1200
BACK-UP
BATTERY
3
238,
258
138
58
TIMER
UART4
CRC
Interleaver
Interconnect Matrix
I2C
JK1600
VIDEO OUT/
HANDSFREE
MICROPHONE
CONNECTOR
Ciphering
EP1000
EARPIECE
To HP Receiver
To PCM CODEC
MIC
SRAM
(8Mbit)
1.8V
IC1200
TWL93004CZQW
POWER SUPPLY
/RF CONTROL
169~171
TX-Stage1
TX-Stage3
124, 174
DMA
HSSL
A/D
144, 160
RXQA/QB
RAM
HSSL
Interleaver
Rate
Matching
122,
135
Audio
I/F
PCM
I/F
PCM
121
246
Turbo Decoder
CRC
De-ciphering
TX-Stage2
TIMGEN
RTC
Viterbi Decorder
To
IC1200
DAC BUS
RXIA/IB
De-interleaver
TIMING
Generator
EMIF
226
I2C
RX-Stage2
BOOT
ROM
GSM/GPRS
PSRAM
(128Mbit)
PSRAM
(64Mbit)
9, 10,
74, 80
SERCON
CLKCON
Phys.CH
Transport.C
De-seg H
De-multiplex
8, 16,
77, 78,
81~84
DIRMOD
75, 83,
84, 123
X1000
32.768KHz
De-interleaver
RAM
CPU
ARM946E
UART
Code
Generator
4 x CHD
144
MOD
[A-D]
CH Codec
RX-Stage1
To RF Block
DCLK
FLASH
(256Mbit)
FLASH
(128Mbit)
FLASH
(256Mbit)
PCM
Sleep
Contlor
132
NODI
IO-Bus
QDATA
EQU
APLL
FCHDET
TFCI
decorder
RRMA
Rake
Fingers
Rake
Fingers
Rake
Fingers
Rake
Fingers
IDATA
System
Cont
EMI F
20, 23, 24,
27, 34, 41,
45, 48, 67,
70, 83, 87,
94, 104, 109,
120, 127, 135,
138, 139, 156,
179, 181
CRYPTO
DPL L
IC1100
IC1101
IC1200
LHF65NZ1
MB82R6A5C
TWL93004CZQW
FRASHMEMORY1 FRASHMEMORY2 POWER SUPPLY
/RF CONTROL
56, 82
RXIF
DSP
From
IC101
Clock
square
RAM
IC1000
D751668AZZG
BASEBAND
MANAGEMENT
IC1504
FA3727R
IC1400
D751980CZPH
W-CDMA MODEM
30, 42~44, 52~58, 64~68, 75~80,
88~92, 111, 112, 115,
POWER CONTROL
[1] Block diagram
4 -- 2
CN2001
IC2001
R1161D291D
SD CARD
CONNECTOR
SD POWER
CONTROL
CONFIDENTIAL
902SH
FL400
902SH
FL420
9, 10
37
RXIA/RXIB
To IC1400
RXQA/RXQB
7, 8
LNA
2, 27, 29
31, 33, 40~45
48
FL002
DUPLEXER
Rx_IF AMP
fIF_Rx=190MHz
GLNA
1stLO
fL1: 2302.6~2357.4MHz
FL650
36
32
29
25
19
DET
VGA
CTRL
CN1300
EXTERNAL
CONNECTOR
FILTER
DAC1
IC620
MAX1820XEBC
DC/DC
GPA3
4
SWITCH
VBAT
REF
IC700
OM5955ET
W-CDMA
TRANSMITTER IC
IC501
LM20SITLX
5, 6, 10
3
2
5
13
IF
PLL
1
ATT
ATT
FL330
HYBRID
BALUN
897.5MHz
29, 33
FL331
HYBRID
BALUN
1.810MHz
45, 47
[GSM RF]
PCS (1900MHz)
LOGIC
GSM (900MHz)
From IC1400
Tx High Rx Low (2G)
13
RFHA
DIV
90
0
PCTL
From IC1000
54
PHD
XO
55
CHARGE
PUMP
RFHB
RFHC
1
141
117
130
118
5
RFLA
4
M
U
X
1MHz
OSC
116
MCLK
GP
ADC
DAC01
DAC02
DAC03
DAC04
13MHz
XOOB
XOOC
17
82
94
83
8bit DAC
8bit DAC
11bit DAC
8bit DAC
To IC1000
REG
DAC BUS
From IC1400
PA
CONT
IC101
AB1011
GSM CODEC
VDD_D
I2C
I2C
25, 27
I2C SERIAL
CONTROL
To IC1000
I2C
46
PHDOUT
2, 13, 15,
45, 48, 62
56
10
IRA
IPOS
8
9
IRB
INEG
7
8
QRA
QPOS
6
7
QRB
QNEG
5
SIGMA
DELTA
4
1, 9, 17, 18, 20, 28, 39, 40,
46, 47, 51, 52, 54, 63, 64
Figure 2 RF BLOCK DIAGRAM
4 -- 4
IDATA
DCLK
SIGMA
DELTA
3, 11, 12, 14, 19, 23, 25, 27,
28, 31, 32, 38, 39, 41, 43
SYSCLK2
21
CLOCK
SQUARER
RFLB
4 -- 3
VDD_A
VDD_B
VDD_D
11
21, 32
MOD[A-D]
VCCPA
21
2
GPA0
GPA2
GPA3
GPA4
49~52
DIV
90
0
IC100
OM5952AET
RECEIVER/
TRANSMISSION IC
FOR GSM
24
LDOA
LDOB
LDOD
142
GPADC
DELAY
PRESCALER
44
Rx VCO High
(4G)
IC1200
TWL93004CZQW
POWER
SUPPLY
LDO
/RF CONTROL
RFHD
FL110
RX-SAW
Tx
SERIAL
IF
3WIRE SERIAL BUS
From IC1000
BUSINTERFACE
VTUNE
VCO
TEST
FL120
RX-SAW
+B
LOGIC
CURR.REQ.
34
PHDOUT
DCS (1800MHz)
4, 7
IC800
LP3981ILD
2.8 V
REGULATOR
2
VDD_A
Tx VCO Low (1G)
FL100
RX-SAW
8, 10, 28
33, 36, 44
From IC1400
3WIRE SERIAL BUS
+B
LOOP
FILTER
Tx LPF
1/2
TXRFVGA
TXIFVGA
VCXOCTRL
PLLCTRL
11
FL003
ESD DEVICE
TXI/TXIBAR
TXQ/TXQBAR
1, 2
D770
X770
GPA0
9
DIPLEXER
DAC3
XOOB
XOOC
13MHz
2ndLO
fL2:760MHz
IF VCO
1520MHz
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
1, 8
PWM
/PFM
1/2
π/2 0
TXIFVGA
9, 14, 16, 17, 19, 20,
22~24, 30, 31, 34,
38~42, 43, 46, 50
7
FB
7, 8, 10, 12
14, 15, 17
FL001
ANT SW
MODULE
fIF_Tx=380MHz
TXRFVGA
7, 15, 16
18, 19
3
CRYSTAL
13MHz
23
I/QMOD
IF BPF
DAC4
8
VCCPA
MCLK
24
20
4, 3
FL500
COAXIAL CABLE
MCPC_I/F
3WIRE SERIAL BUS
48
LX
CN901
From IC1400
49
IC630
RF9266
W-CDMA POWER AMP.
IC300
DAC2
CX77313
POWER AMP.
MODULE (FOR GSM)
Rx SERIAL IF
PA
CPL
3, 6, 9,
11~14, 17
20, 22, 23
CN902
VCO TUNE
GLNA
RXON
PLLCTRL
XO
21
10
ISOLATOR
VDD_B
VGA
CTRL
18
RECEIVER
fRx: 2112.6~2167.4MHz
BUILT-IN
AERIAL
LPF
TUNE
RF
PLL
IC400
OM5954ET
RECEIVER IC FOR W-CDMA
TRANSMITTER
fTx: 1922.6~1977.4MHz
GAIN
TOL.
KILLER
2ndLO
fL2: 760MHz
RF VCO
Rx AGC AMP
Rx LPF
I/QDEM
π/2 0
1/4
45 56
37 46
[W-CDMA RF]
29
QDATA
To IC1000
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
902SH
Phone
Service
E
Market
Manual 5. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD
CHAPTER
[1] Notes on schematic diagram
•
•
•
The voltage of each section is obtained by measuring between the
section and chassis using a digital multimeter [handset (phone) out
of range].
Letters K and M are prefixed to ohm (unit of resistance).
K means 1000 ohms and M means 1000 kohms.
•
Conditions: SIM card inserted, power on, in stand-by mode
(opened)
Capacitor:
•
Schematic diagram and Wiring Side of P.W. Board for this model
are subject to change for improvement without prior notice.
•
Parts marked with “ ” are important for maintaining the safety of
the set. Be sure to replace these parts with specified ones for maintaining the safety and performance of the set.
Resistor:
P is an abbreviation for “pico” and a farad (unit of capacitance)
without P means “microfarad”. Expressions “capacitance/withstand
voltage” are used for electrolytic capacitors.
(CH), (RH), (UJ): Temperature compensation
(ML): Mylar type
(S): Styrol type
(PP): Polypropylene type
[2] Types of transistor and LED
1 1
(S)
1
(G)
2
(S)
2
(G)
8 1
TOP
VIEW
4
5
(D)
1
(D)
2
(D)
2
(D)
E1
E2
1
6
TOP
VIEW
3
4
4
1
B
TOP
VIEW
C
3
2
E
EC3201 C
TOP VIEW
3
4
C1,B2
C2
1
(D)
3
(D)
2
(G)
RN47A4 JEF
2
(C)
3
(B)
1
(E)
G
1
4
S
2
3
1
(D)
2
(D)
3
(G)
D
D
D
D
1
TOP
VIEW
3
2
6
TOP
VIEW
3
4
B
(3)
(G)
E
(1)
(S)
1
6
TOP
VIEW
3
TOP VIEW
TOP
VIEW
C
(2)
(D)
DTC114 YM
DTC123 EM
4
6
(D)
5
(D)
4
(S)
TOP VIEW
1
(E)
2
(B)
3
(C)
TOP
VIEW
6
(C)
5
(B)
4
(E)
FDG312 P
TOP VIEW
G
S
EC4301 C
EC4401 C
CUS02Z
SB0203EJ
SB0503EJ
TOP VIEW
TOP VIEW
6 5 4
1 2 3
GM56281A
2
(D)
3
(D)
1
(S)
SCH1302
SI1555 DL
EC4404 C
4
1
MCH6413
TOP
VIEW
EMT1
HN1C03 FUZ
C
5
TOP
VIEW
B1
ECH8603
1
(E)
3
(B)
2
(C)
1
NECW008A
BRPY121F
5–1
1SS389F
BBY58-02V
RB520S30
RB521G30
RB521S30
RB551V30
TOP VIEW
GP2W3240
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
[3] Waveforms of circuit
1 C001 EGSM (Talking)
5 C331 EGSM (Talking)
(CH1=1V, 1ms/div)
(CH1=1V, 1ms/div)
2 C002 DCS (Talking)
(CH1=1V, 1ms/div)
3 C003 DCS (Talking)
(CH1=1V, 1ms/div)
4 C327 EGSM/DCS/PCS (Talking)
(CH1=1V, 1ms/div)
6 C331 DCS/PCS (Talking)
(CH1=1V, 1ms/div)
9 SP032 EGSM·DCS·PCS (Stand-by)
(CH1=1V, 1ms/div)
10 SP032 EGSM·DCS·PCS (Out-of-range)
(CH1=1V, 200ms/div)
7 R213 (IC2100 side) EGSM/DCS/PCS (Talking) 11 R760 MCLK (13MHz)
(CH1=1V, 1ms/div)
8 SP031 EGSM/DCS/PCS (Talking)
(CH1=1V, 1ms/div)
5–2
(CH1=500mV,100ns/div)
12 TP1023 RF_CLKREQ (Stand-by)
(CH1=1V, 1s/div)
902SH
13 TP1023 RF_CLKREQ (Talking)
(CH1=1V, 1s/div)
CONFIDENTIAL
17 SP029 TX_ON (Talking)
(CH1=1V, 1s/div)
20 SP001 TXIA
(Transmitting W-CDMA modulated waves)
SP002 TXIB
(Transmitting W-CDMA modulated waves)
(CH1, CH2=200mV, 10µs/div)
14 SP023 RX_ON (Stand-by)
(CH1=1V, 1s/div)
18 SP015 RXIA
(Receiving W-CDMA modulated waves)
SP016 RXIB
(Receiving W-CDMA modulated waves)
(CH1, CH2=200mV, 5µs/div)
21 SP003 TXQA
(Transmitting W-CDMA modulated waves)
SP004 TXQB
(Transmitting W-CDMA modulated waves)
(CH1, CH2=200mV, 10µs/div)
15 SP023 RX_ON (Talking)
(CH1=1V, 1s/div)
19 SP017 RXQA
(Receiving W-CDMA modulated waves)
SP018 RXQB
(Receiving W-CDMA modulated waves)
(CH1, CH2=200mV, 5µs/div)
16 SP029 TX_ON (Stand-by)
(CH1=1V, 1s/div)
5–3
22 CN1300 (RF output)
(9862ch, Pout=23dBm)
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
23 C1031 MCLK (Talking)
(CH1=1V, 80ns/div)
24 TP1006 RTCCLK (Power ON)
(CH1=1V, 20µs/div)
27 R1522 CAMCLK (Camera is active)
(CH1=1V, 80ns/div)
30 R1572 BICK (Playing Music)
R1571 LRCK (Playing Music)
R1565 ADSDO (Playing Music)
(CH1, CH2, CH3=2V, 2µs/div)
28 TP1800 BECLK (Sending video call image)
(CH1=2V, 20ns/div)
31 R1058 PCMCLK (Talking)
R1057 PCMSYN (Talking)
R1025 PCMDATA (Talking)
(CH1, CH2, CH3=2V, 10µs/div)
25 TP1014 SYSCLK1 (Display is turned on) 29 R1533 SDCLK (Playing Music)
(CH1=1V, 40ns/div)
R1532 SDDATA0 (Playing Music)
R1528 SDCMD (Playing Music)
(CH1, CH2, CH3=2V, 80ns/div)
32 TP1221 SIMCLK
(Accessing SIM after power-on)
TP1220 SIMDAT
(Accessing SIM after power-on)
(CH1, CH2=2V, 2µs/div)
26 R1517 LCDCLK (Display is turned on)
(CH1=1V, 80ns/div)
5–4
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
33 R1041 M_I2CCLK (Display is turned on) 36 TP1305 USBDM (Connected to PC) 39 RA1018 HSSLTXCLK (Talking)
R1042 M_I2CDAT (Display is turned on)
(CH1, CH2=2V, 2µs/div)
TP1306 USBDP (Connected to PC)
(CH1, CH2=2V, 200ns/div)
(CH1=1V, 80ns/div)
40 RA1018 HSSLTX (Talking)
34 R1544 I2CDATA
(Video call: Sub camera is active)
R1545 I2CCLKA
(Video call: Sub camera is active)
(CH1, CH2=2V, 4µs/div)
37 TP1613 UARTOTX
(CH1=1V, 400ns/div)
(Display remote is active)
TP1614 UARTORX
(Display remote is active)
(CH1, CH2=2V, 1ms/div)
41 RA1018 HSSLRXCLK (Talking)
(CH1=1V, 80ns/div)
35 R1542 I2CDATB (Camera is active)
R1543 I2CCLKB (Camera is active)
(CH1, CH2=2V, 4µs/div)
38 TP1016 BT_UARTTX
(Turning on the power)
TP1015 BT_UARTRX
(Turning on the power)
(CH1, CH2=2V, 400µs/div)
42 RA1018 HSSLRX (Talking)
(CH1=1V, 400ns/div)
5–5
CONFIDENTIAL
43 R1506 LEDLD (Backlight ON: Key is pressed) 46 L3009 VTX1DP (Display is turned on)
R1503 SECLK (Backlight ON: Key is pressed)
R1504 SEDO (Backlight ON: Key is pressed)
(CH1, CH2, CH3=2V, 1µs/div)
44 C1555 VRX2DP (Camera is active)
C1555 VRX2DN (Camera is active)
(CH1, CH2=100mV, 20ns/div)
L3010 VTX1DN (Display is turned on)
(CH1, CH2=500mV, 20ns/div)
902SH
49 Pressure-welded flexible PWB of sub camera
PCLK
(During video call, with sub camera active)
VSYNC
(During video call, with sub camera active)
HSYNC
(During video call, with sub camera active)
D0
(During video call, with sub camera active)
(CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4=2V, 10ms/div)
47 L3011 VTX1CKP (Display is turned on)
L3012 VTX1CKN (Display is turned on)
(CH1, CH2=500mV, 20ns/div)
50 Pressure-welded flexible PWB of sub camera
45 C1554 VRX2CKP (Camera is active)
C1554 VRX2CKN (Camera is active)
(CH1, CH2=100mV, 20ns/div)
48 RA1800 BEVSYNC
(Sending video call image)
RA1800 BEHSYNC
(Sending video call image)
(CH1, CH2, CH3=2V, 2ms/div)
5–6
PCLK
(During video call, with sub camera active)
VSYNC
(During video call, with sub camera active)
HSYNC
(During video call, with sub camera active)
D0
(During video call, with sub camera active)
(CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4=2V, 400ns/div)
CONFIDENTIAL
902SH
902SH
[4] Schematic diagram/Wiring side of P.W.Board
MAIN PWB-A(1/6)
RECEPTION SIGNAL
TRANSMISSION SIGNAL
VDIG275_M
WE_N
62 F1-OE
60 F2-OE
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
41 F-WE
NC 25 R-WE
RESOUT0_N
8
16
77
78
81
82
83
84
VCC
40 F-RST
1
2
NC 39 R-UB
NC
NC
3 NC
4 NC
NC 14 R-LB
DU
F-VPP
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
VMEM18
GND
24 F-VPP
85 NC
86 NC
32 F-WP
87 NC
88 NC
33
54
12
32
53
73
81
88
102
118
129
140
19
11
31
52
72
80
87
101
117
128
139
10
16
15
9
14
13
8
12
11
30
51
71
29
50
70
28
49
69
27
48
68
26
47
67
9
6
8
7
5
6
5
4
4
86
100
99
127
149
138
148
216
202
W
Y
256
276
289
21
171
187
201
208
215
235
255
275
288
20
159
170
186
200
207
214
234
254
274
287
19
172
158
169
185
126
137
147
157
168
184
125
136
146
156
167
183
206
199
213
198
233
253
273
232
252
272
231
251
230
250
270
229
249
269
46
66
98
113
182
197
228
248
268
65
97
112
181
196
227
247
267
44
64
96
111
180
195
226
246
95
43
63
22
42
62
94
109
21
41
61
93
108
20
40
60
19
39
59
18
38
58
17
37
57
110
107
179
134
123
77
165
245
193
224
244
265
192
223
243
264
92
106
122
133
143
153
164
175
142
152
163
174
151
162
173
36
56
76
84
91
105
121
132
15
35
55
75
83
90
104
120
131
1
1
14
34
74
89
E
F
G
141
119
H
J
K
L
N
14
13
284
12
11
10
222
242
263
221
241
262
6
280
5
4
190
204
211
218
238
259
279
3
189
203
210
217
237
258
278
2
236
257
277
1
209
R
T
U
V
260
W
SERVICE_N
RESPOW_N
RESOUT4_N
RESOUT3_N
RESOUT2_N
RESOUT1_N
RESOUT0_N
PWRREQ_N
SYSCLK2
SYSCLK1
SYSCLK0
CLKREQ
7
281
219
239
IRRX
IRTX
IRCTRL
8
261
240
9
282
212
P
Y
MCLK
ADCSTR
DACSTR
DACCLK
DACDAT
NC0
MSSCLK
MSSDI0
MSBS
I2CSCL
I2CSDA
RTCBDIS_N
RTCDCON
RTCCLK
RTCOUT
RTCIN
VSSRTC
AA
2
R1035
100K
UARTSENSE
LPMODE
TP1008
TP1010
YMUINT_N
T4G_HINT
CAMINT
31
TP1004
TP1005
TP1011
R1058
0
R1026
0
31
RA1027
100K
IRRX
IRTX
5-12 (9-B)
IRCTRL
SERVICE_N 5-9 (3-B)
VDIG29
R1020
22
RESOUT0_N
PWRREQ_N
R1024
22
C1031
330P
TP1014
23
25
R1021
47
X1000
32.768kHz
R1030
100K
C1032
10P (CH)
R1023
390K
TP1006
24
VMEM18
VMEM18
M_A23
M_A24
M_A22
M_A21
M_A24
M_A23
7
6
GND
TEMU1_N
TEMU0_N
VRTC15
ND
NG
5-9 (3-F)
5-9 (3-A)
5-17 (6-C)
M_I2CCLK
M_I2CDAT
5-9 (3-A)
5-10 (8-E)
ND
NS
PWRRST_N
IC1002
R1162D291D
2.9 V REGULATOR
CE
ECO
6
GND
GND
5
VBATIB
1
5-9 (6-G)
5-9 (6-F)
5-9 (6-G)
2
5-14 (8-F)
5-9 (3-A)
VDD
Vout
5-7 (1-B)
MCLK
5-10 (8-E)
5-15 (3-A)
TP1021
C1040
1
5-9 (5-F)
5-9 (5-H)
5-9 (5-G)
5-9 (5-F)
5-9 (2-E)
C1041
2.2
6
VDIG275
VCC
NC
C1034
0.1
GND
5-16 (9-A)
5-17 (6-G)
HSSLRXCLK
HSSLTXCLK
HSSLTX
HSSLRX
5
6
7
8
BT_RTCCLK
5-10 (8-C)
1
C1036
0.1
C1037
0.1
R1130
1
C1038
10
NS
2
3
TCK_JTAG
TDI_JTAG
TDO_JTAG
TMS_JTAG
XTAL1_LPO
XTAL2_LPO
XTAL1_SYS
XTAL2_SYS
REF_CLK
GP_CLK
POR_DISABLE
RESET_N
GPIO[0]
GPIO[1]
GPIO[2]/CTS_UART
GPIO[3]/RTS_UART
GPIO[4]/TXD_UART
GPIO[5]/RXD UART
GPIO[6]/DA_IP
GPIO[7]/FSC_IP
GPIO[8]/DCLK_IP
GPIO[9]/DB_IP
GPIO[10]
GPIO[11]
GPIO[12]
GPIO[13]
GPIO[14]
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
ND
NC
NC
NC
1
NG
4
ND
NC
NC
NC
NC
C1029
330P
42 40
2
V1117
650P
VBT29
NC
2
1
4
3
2
1
R1053
0
2 39 38 26 46 37 40 22 17 16
41
39
R1046
1M
1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 51 52 53
BT_UARTRTS
BT_UARTCTS
BT_UARTRX
BT_UARTTX
NC
NC
NC
NC
R1040
20K
IC1001
BGB202
BLUETOOTH
ONSWA_N
VDIG275
KEYBL
K_CANCEL
K_ZOOM1
K_ZOOM2
K_SHUTTER1
K_SHUTTER2
7
) : Not Mount
Waveform numbers of 12 , 13 , 23 to 25 , 31 , 33 , 38 to 42 are shown on pages 5-2 to 5-5.
8
10
9
Figure 1 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1/9)
5 -- 7
3
TP1020
(
6
2
33
RTCCLK
Q1002
EC4401 C
5-9 (3-A)
K_ZOOM1
K_ZOOM2
K_CANCEL
K_SHUTTER1
K_SHUTTER2
NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 5-1.
5
M_HSSLRXCLK
M_HSSLTXCLK
M_HSSLTX
M_HSSLRX
KEYBL_N
IC1003
AUC2G00Z
LOGIC
4
4
5-10 (8-D~E)
VDIG275
Q1001
EC3201 C
1
ONSWC
5-16 (11-H)
ISSYNC
ISEVENT
D1000
SB0203EJ
ONSWA_N
MIC201
MICROPHONE
3
VCORE15
VDIG275
5-15 (4-H)
12 , 13
R1059
100K
C1030
10P
(CH)
RA1017
100K
RA1018
22
KEYOUT3
KEYIN2
KEYOUT4
KEYIN3
KEYIN4
R1049
100
H
RA1028
100K
R1037
4.7K
3
4
KEYOUT0
KEYIN0
KEYOUT5
KEYOUT1
KEYIN1
KEYOUT2
5
R1100
22
4
3
HCS1_N
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
29
KEYIN0
V1047
15P
1
2
5-11 (3-D)
8
C1017
0.1
VCC
ADCSTR
DACSTR
DACCLK
DACDAT
R1070
1M
ZOOMIN
ZOOMOUT
F-KEY
S-KEY
S-KEY2
GND
CK
LOGIC
RF_CLKREQ
R1029 R1038
100
220
R1071
1M
6
5
GND
R1119
0
R1060
3.3M
FLIPDET_N
R1069
1M
8
C1113
0.1
5-14 (11-D)
R1068
1M
VMEM18
7
2
1
VCC
3
4
GND
5
6
3
4
A21_A22
7
2
G
C1111
0.1
8
1
VCC
IC1106
AUC2G08Z
LOGIC
MIC1_BIAS
MIC_GND
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12 NC
13
14
15
16
R1067
1M
VMEM18
IC1105
AUC2G08Z
TP1007
R1031
130K
BT_ANT
VDIG275
5-14 (11-D)
TP1019
3
5
4
GND
1
2
3
4
7
6
3
R1114
22
CSSRAM_N
2
MODA
MODB
MODC
MODD
28
CK
MIC
MIC_GND
FLIPDET
VDIG275
KO0
KI0
KO5
KO1
KI1
KO2
(KI5)
KO3
KI2
KO4
KI3
KI4
KEYBL
BATIB
ONSW_A
SYSCLK2
SYSCLK1
SYSCLK0
CLKREQ
TP1023
TP1009
5-16 (11-A)
5-16 (12-A)
VCORE15
CN1000
CSROM3_N
5-10 (8-E)
5-9 (6-H)
5-10 (10-G), 5-10 (8-D)
5-17 (1-C)
5-13 (2-D), 5-11 (2-A)
5-9 (2-F)
5-10 (8-D)
RESOUT1_N
R1052
0
VBATIB
R1077
0
VDIG275
C1112
0.1
KEY FPC UNIT
PWB-E
5-17 (6-C)
RESHERTA
TP1022
5-16 (11-A)
ANTSW3
ANTSW2
ANTSW1
ANTSW0
RADSTR
RADDAT
RADCLK
V1045
15P
VDD
2
IC1103
LVC1G29Z
LOGIC
IC1104
AUC2G32Z
LOGIC
8
R1045
100
R1128
100
5-9 (6-A)
PWRRST_N
NC
ANT
VDDIORF
VDD_IOV
1.8V DECOUP
1.8V DECOUP
VDD18
VREG18
VANLO
VANLI
VBAT
5-14
5-14
TRST_N
TMS
TCK
TDI
(8-F) TDO
(8-E) RTCK
VMEM18
1
Y2
R1108
100
8
R1034
100K
C1035
0.1
M_CS3_N
RXON
PCTL
TXON
BSEL0
QDATA
DCLK
IDATA
8
6
7
A1
GND
5
1
2
3
A0
4
R1107
100
Y0
5-10 (8-B)
VBT29
5-17 (6-C)
5-17 (6-D)
5-17 (3-F)
C1110
0.1
VCC
7
PCMDATA
PCMSYN
PCMCLK
PCMDATB
R1051
0
SIMRST0_N
SIMDAT0
USBDP
USBPUEN
USBCHGEN
M_CS0_N
M_CS1_N
VMEM18
Y1
5-12 (9-B)
VDIG275
SIMCLK0
C1003
1
5-14 (8-E)
G
5-12 (11-E)
IRRIRQ_N
TP1012
R1025
470
5-9 (6-A)
USBSENSE
USBDM
CSPS1_N
CSPS2_N
M_LCD_I2CDAT
M_LCD_I2CCLK
K_SHUTTER2
R1057
0
3
VUSB33
RADSTR
ANTSW0
ANTSW1
ANTSW2
ANTSW3
RADCLK
PCTL
TCK
TDI
TDO
RTCK
KEYIN0
KEYIN1
KEYIN2
KEYIN3
KEYIN4
KEYOUT0
KEYOUT1
KEYOUT2
KEYOUT3
KEYOUT4
KEYOUT5
ISSYNC
ISEVENT
M_HSSLRXCLK
M_HSSLTXCLK
M_HSSLTX
M_HSSLRX
MODA
MODB
MODC
MODD
RADDAT
RXON
TXON
BSEL0
R1120
1M
Address Decoder
F
6
R1076
10K
5
85
M
R1012
100
R1048
0
5
TP1013
K_SHUTTER1
4
77
L
M_MEMBE0_N
VDIG275
VDIG275
MS_WP_N
WP_N
P-MODE_N
RTCGND
UART0TX
UART0RX
UART1TX
UART1RX
UART1CTS
UART1RTS
M_MEMWAIT
R1066
100
R1054
220
1
BT_UARTRX
BT_UARTTX
BT_UARTCTS
BT_UARTRTS
3
69
M_MEMBE1_N
S_WP_N
K_ZOOM1
TP1003
IRQ0_N
R1064
0
CS0_N
CS1_N
M_CS2_N
CS3_N
2
3
PD
R1050
3.3M
K_ZOOM2
NC
NC
NC
NC
R1016
100
IDATA
DCLK
QDATA
R1065
100
MEMWAIT
OE_N
WE_N
1
PG
5-7 (3-A)
5-11 (3-B)
5-13 (4-H)
LPMODE_N
TP1015
C-PINB0.3
TP1016
C-PINB0.3
TP1017
C-PINB0.3
TP1018
C-PINB0.3
C1002
0.1
TP1002
NC
88
87
TM S
TRST_N
81
79
78
61
86
76
84
83
68
80
82
75
67
73
66
65
72
71
MEMBE0_N
OE_N
WE_N
J
70
R1062
100
R1075
1M
38
FLIP_R
C1028
22P(CH)
80
103
115
116
132
133
144
180
194
224
225
243
265
282
264
285
270
250
230
251
183
286
272
252
231
253
152
153
163
164
165
166
75
123
84
83
89
90
91
105
134
106
120
122
121
119
135
145
192
78
125
128
149
117
126
129
130
127
200
147
158
159
169
170
171
222
241
261
280
220
260
217
140
283
ISEVENT_N
HSSLRXCLK
HSSLTXCLK
HSSLTX
HSSLRX
DIRMOD0
DIRMOD1
DIRMOD2
DIRMOD3
RFDAT
RXON
TXON
BANDSEL0
BANDSEL1
RFSTR
ANTSW0
ANTSW1
ANTSW2
ANTSW3
RFCLK
15
285
205
188
161
M
191
16
266
177
176
17
283
178
85
16
D
154
166
225
220
2
C
144
155
78
3
B
145
135
124
194
18
286
271
45
23
AA
4
V
160
114
2
VMEM18
MEMBE1_N
3
VSSE01
VSSE211
VSSE00
VSSMC
VSSE110
VSSE106
VSSE108
VSSE200
VSSE208
VSSE100
VSSDM
VSSE210
VSSE102
VSSE104
VSSE209
VSSE112
U
VDIG275
K
62
63
64
74
60
52
51
59
57
58
49
48
56
55
47
H
54
45
53
G
46
37
F
38
39
41
50
36
44
43
28
40
42
35
27
33
26
25
32
31
29
E
30
21
D
22
23
24
34
12
20
19
11
10
18
9
17
8
16
7
15
5
13
B
C
6
2
1
A
5-11 (3-D)
5-13 (2-B)
14
4
3
7
6
1
28
3
4
5
E
T
24
CIRES_N
CIHSYNC
CIVSYNC
CIPCLK
IDATA
DCLK
QDATA
TEMU0_N
TM S
TRST_N
TEMU1_N
TCK
TDI
TDO
RTCK
KEYIN0_N
KEYIN1_N
KEYIN2_N
KEYIN3_N
KEYIN4_N
KEYOUT0_N
KEYOUT1_N
KEYOUT2_N
KEYOUT3_N
KEYOUT4_N
KEYOUT5_N
ISSYNC_N
R1106
0
Top
R
1
P
115
3
A
N
150
130
116
M
25
7
10
79
L
NC 76 P-Mode/PCRE
IC1100
5-11 (3-F)
5-13 (2-D)
R1033
3.3K
13
20
18
103
K
R1032
3.3K
J
1
2
3
4
H
21
17
82
G
32 23 31 24 25 34 36 33 35 42 43 41 44 20 21
OE_N
T4G_HDREQ
R1042
3.3K
NC 53 R-OE
F
R1036
100K
RA1010
47
E
R1041
3.3K
M_WE_N
M_OE_N
2
1
VDDC12
VDDC15
VDDC10
VDDC05
VDDC06
VDDC17
VDDC14
VDDC13
VDDC11
VDDC16
VDDDM
VDDE101
VDDE102
VDDE108
VDDE104
VDDE106
VDDE110
VDDE112
VDDC02
VDDA2
VDDA0
VDDA1
VSSE207
VSSE205
VSSA1
VSSE02
VSSA2
VSSE206
VSSA0
VSSE204
VSSE202
VSSE203
VSSE201
VDDE203
VDDE202
VDDE205
VDDE204
VDDE206
VDDE201
VDDE207
VDDE200
VDDE208
VDDE209
VDDC00
VDDC09
VDDC03
VDDE02
VDDC08
VDDC18
VDDC07
VDDE01
3
4
DIR
NC
D
MEMWAIT
GND
1
Top
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
WAIT 51
M_MEMCLK
D
4
3
2
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
WAIT
CLK 18
NC 17 S-CS2
M_MEMADV_N
C
PD
8
NC
ADV
WE_N
OE_N
B2
TP1024
Q1000
EC4301 C
PS
5
6
7
CLK
ADV 33
R1074
0
R1063
22
A2
C1051
0.1
VDIG275
VDIG275
K_CANCEL
JACKDET_N
HIFIDET_N
T4G_PLLLD_N
JACKPOWEN
ONSWPUEN
M_T4G_HDREQ
T4G_PLLEN
NC
L
M
103 107
102 106
101
100
99
98
97
96
95 105
94 104
71 F3-CE
R1073
27
MEMCLK
B
CHGBYPASS_N
SDDET_N
45 27 15 30 28 29 18 19 47 48 49 50
K
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
R1061
22
A
GPIOO0/FM
GPIO01/PWM8
GPIO02/PWM10
GPIO04
GPIO05
GPIO06/PWMTESTMODE
GPIO07/TGBUZ
GPIO12/UARTCTS0
GPIO13/UARTRTS0
GPIO20/UARTRX2
GPIO21/UARTTX2
GPIO22/UARTCTS2
GPIO23/UARTRTS3
GPIO24/UARTRX3
GPIO25/UARTTX3
GPIO26/UARTCTS3
GPIO27/UARTRTS3
GPIO30/UARTRX4
GPIO31/UARTTX4
GPIO32/UARTCTS4
GPIO33/UARTRTS4
GPIO34/JOGXA
GPIO35
GPIO36
GPIO37
GPIO41/USBPUEN
GPIO42/MSINS
GPIO43
GPIO44/MMCPOW
GPIO45/SIMOFF
GPIO46
GPIO47
PCMDATA
PCMSYN
PCMCLK
PCMDATB
TSXM
TSXP
TSYM
TSYP
1
J
83
82
81
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
69 F1-CE
52 F2-CE
50
29
98
49
48
27
112
67
26
47
97
25
46
111
65
45
96
64
44
110
43
63
109
42
61
41
124
107
23
62
22
34
56
55
93
30
70
51
31
12
113
99
32
72
52
71
53
54
79
81
82
114
87
88
100
101
102
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
OE_N
WE_N
CS0_N
CS1_N
CS2_N
CS3_N
MEMADV_N
MEMBE0_N
MEMBE1_N
MEMWAIT_N
MEMCLK
PDID0/UARTRX5
PDID1/UARTTX5
PDID2/UARTCTS5
PDID3/UARTRTS5
PDID4/UARTRX6
PDID5/UARTTX6
PDID6/UARTCTS6
PDID7/UARTRTS6
PDIRES_N
PDIC0
PDIC1
PDIC2
PDIC3
PDIC4
CID0
CID1
CID2
CID3
CID4
CID5
CID6
CID7
2
H
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
CSROM3_N
2
G
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
107 106 105 104 103 102 101 100 99 97 96 95 94 93 92 89 85 84 83 74 73 72 64 63 54 53 49 44 43 34 33
17
LB
61
F
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
18
E
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
38
D
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
CS1_N
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
B1
VccB
KEYBL
156
185
202
178
278
259
239
221
240
242
263
179
184
167
255
234
256
213
206
214
215
168
216
207
208
199
232
289
274
288
254
275
237
236
218
219
268
249
228
197
187
186
157
142
189
211
210
177
141
85
205
204
203
190
155
182
176
175
174
173
146
139
137
136
258
238
245
181
247
246
226
195
R1039
4.7K
CS0_N
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
5-13 (2-D)
5-11 (3-D)
5-11 (1-E)
4
27
UB
7 6 5 4 3 2 1
2
1
C
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
M_MEMADV_N_2
M_A1
M_A2
M_A3
M_A4
M_A5
M_A6
M_A7
M_A8
M_A9
M_A10
M_A11
M_A12
M_A13
M_A14
M_A15
M_A16
M_A17
M_A18
M_A19
M_A20
M_A21
M_A22
M_A23
M_A24
IC1000
D751668AZZG
BASEBAND MANAGEMENT
8
7
6
5
19
WE
24 23 22 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8
B
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
67
NC 70 P2-CS
WE_N
IC1101
A
4
3
57
50
58
NC 26 P1-CS
S_WP_N
10
48
64
A1
Y_RESOUT0_N
5
20
40
60
39
18
38
59
17
37
58
16
57
36
15
M_D0
M_D1
M_D2
M_D3
M_D4
M_D5
M_D6
M_D7
M_D8
M_D9
M_D10
M_D11
M_D12
M_D13
M_D14
M_D15
M_A18
M_A16
M_A23
M_A21
M_A10
M_A13
M_A14
M_A20
M_A1
M_A11
M_A4
M_A5
M_A19
M_A12
M_A22
M_A24
M_A8
M_A7
M_A9
M_A17
M_A3
M_A15
M_A2
M_A6
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
VccA
5-11 (3-D)
M_T4G_HDREQ
1
VSS
VSS
OE
NC 61 S-CS1
M_D8
M_D11
M_D13
M_D14
M_D3
M_D4
M_D7
M_D6
M_D9
M_D5
M_D12
M_D15
M_D1
M_D0
M_D2
M_D10
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
VMEM18
2
66
OE_N
NC 73 P-VCC
5-12 (11-E)
YMUINT_N
T4G_HINT
CAMINT
IC1004
LVC2T45Z
LOGIC
VDIG275
C1050
0.1
5-9 (6-F)
4
28
CE2f_2
VMEM18
R1017
1M
R1102
1M
WP_N
CE2f_1
29
7
R1127
0
6
GND
5
VDIG275
8
1
2
3
4
C
CE1f_2
VMEM18
VDD
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5-14 (8-E)
5-14 (8-F)
5-11 (3-F)
5-14 (8-G), 5-9 (2-B)
5-14 (8-F)
5-11 (3-F)
T4G_PLLEN
3
75
IC1005
AUC2G32Z
LOGIC
R1101
1M
P-MODE_N
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
54
55
47
56
65
49
66
59
46
63
A18
A16
A23
A21
A10
A13
A14
A20
A1
A11
A4
A5
A19
A12
A22
A24
A8
A7
A9
A17
A3
A15
A2
A6
C1004
0.1
C1000
0.1
C1001
0.1
R1047
0
C1116
100P(CH)
VMEM18
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15
15
23
31
ONSWPUEN
VDDMC
VDDRTC
VDIG275
NC 72 S-VCC
34
11
19
JACKDET_N
HIFIDET_N
T4G_PLLLD_N
JACKPOWEN
R1056
0
SIMDAT0
SIMRST0_N
SIMCLK0
GPIO17/UARTRTS1
GPIO16/UARTCTS1
GPIO14/UARTRX1
GPIO15/UARTTX1
GPIO10/UARTRX0
GPIO11/UARTTX0
IRQ0_N
CE1f_1
R1104
470K
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
68 VCCQ
75 VCCQ
79 VCCQ
36
44
22
6
7
R1055
0
VCORE15_M
SIMRST1_N
SIMCLK1
SIMDAT1
CE2s
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15
DQ16
C1109
0.1
12
20
28
43
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
VANA15
PCTL
GPIO03
KEYBALL
MMCCMD
MMCDAT
MMCCLK
USBPUEN
USBDP
USBDM
VDDUSB
VSSUSB
GPIO40/USBVBUS
5-8 (12-E)
59
PWRRST_N
65
R1103
240K
R1115
0
42
27
35
D8
D11
D13
D14
D3
D4
D7
D6
D9
D5
D12
D15
D1
D0
D2
D10
SDDET_N
5-11 (1-F)
CHGBYPASS_N 5-9 (2-D)
C1012
0.1
UARTSENSE
8
A19
A20
CE1s
10 F2-VCC
74 F2-VCC
VMEM18
5
13
38
30
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
C1011
0.1
FLIP_R
7
48
C1108
1
C1052
0.1
37
29
21
C1010
0.1
VCORE15
R1013
0
6
VDDf_2
C1053
2.2
45
C1009
0.1
C1008
0.1
C1007
0.1
VDIG275
5
5
98
Vout
4
3
R1109
0
VDD
VDDf_1
C1107
1
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
A25
1
VMEM18
9 F1-VCC
80 F1-VCC
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23
C1006
0.1
VDIG275_M
3
R1110
0
78
GND
6
1
ECO
GND
VDDQf_1
C1104
0.1
R1121
0
A1
52 42 39 30 37 47 62 32 51 41 31 21 50 40 20 16 26 36 46 25 35 45 55
79
R1111
0
CE
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
C1106
1
VDIG29
5-13 (2-B)
VDDs
71 91 70 80 88 77 67 86 81 60 90 69 68 87 57 76
58
VMEM18
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
B
VMEM18
VBATIB
IC1101
MB82R6A5C
FLASH MEMORY 2
VSRAM18
R1112
0
82 56
LPMODE_N
5-13 (4-H)
5-8 (12-B)
5-11 (3-B)
IC1100
LHF65NZ1
FLASH MEMORY 1
C1005
0.1
C1016
0.1
C1015
0.1
VMEM18
RA1004
47
RA1005
47
RA1006
47
RA1007
47
RA1008
47
RA1009
47
M_MEMADV_N_2
VMEM18
2
5-13 (2-B)
5-11 (3-D~F)
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
C1014
0.1
279
277
273
262
235
209
172
104
33
11
287
281
269
266
257
201
188
162
161
160
151
150
131
118
73
24
19
14
10
9
6
74
35
28
21
8
7
4
3
196
198
267
284
276
271
248
244
229
233
227
223
212
193
191
154
148
143
138
108
95
94
92
86
77
76
69
68
66
13
2
R1011
22
4
5-11 (3-D)
T4G_MEMADV_N
C1013
0.1
VDDC01
VDDC04
VDDE00
A
VCORE15_M
4
RA1000
47
RA1001
47
RA1002
47
RA1003
47
5 -- 8
11
12
CONFIDENTIAL
902SH
RECEPTION SIGNAL
TRANSMISSION SIGNAL
VDIG275
TP1228
ONSWA_N
TP1219
5-8 (9-E)
IRQ0_N
CN1201
USIM CARD
CONNECTOR
VDIG275
3
R1230
15K
R1226
10K
SIMVCC
SIMDAT0
SIMRST_N
SIMCLK0
SIMRST0_N
SIMDAT
VCORE15
VDIG275
1
2
NG
NS
ND
C1258
0.1
4
3
N.C.
1
BU2_ANT
19
NC
5-13 (2-D)
3
FMICLED
2
C1253
0.1
VDIG275
2
TP1302
PS
PD
PG
PD
V1416
650P
3
UARTSENSE
VBATIB
NC
6
9
10
11
12
15
16
17
18
20
21
22
23
24
32
48
2
2
16
BSYNC
SCLK
28
29
33
34
35
RXIA
GND
R1312
1M
UART1CTS
5-15 (4-A)
5-16 (8-A)
5-15 (2-A)
NC
NC
NC
NC
136
137
140
139
138
VSS
VSS
VDD
(CPU_XF)
(EMIF_D[28])
141
143
142
VSSA_TX
(CPU_IRQ[0])
DAC_Q_OUT_INV
144
147
146
145
ADC_I_IN
VDDA_BG
ADC_Q_IN
VDDA_CS_APLL
150
149
148
VDD
HCLK
151
152
154
153
155
VSS
VDD
VDD
RADIO_CLK
(EMIF_D[29])
(EMIF_ARE_N)
(EXT_MEM_UBUS[12])
(EMIF_D[14])
90
NC
108
107
106
105
104
103
102
101
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
NC
NC
C1407
0.1
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
VDD
VSS
(GPO[6])
109
90
89
(GPO[7])
VSS
(EMIF_D[10])
85
83
84
(EMIF_D[12])
(JTAG_TCK)
(JTAG_TRSTN)
(EMIF_D[11])
82
81
80
79
(JTAG_TMS)
(JTAG_TDO)
(GPO[5])
(EMIF_D[15])
WSTR
NC
NC
NC
NC
TP1227
8
7
R1255
0
NC
VDIG275
VDIG275
1 VOUT
6
5
4
2 VIN
R1315
1M
R1316
1M
UART_RTS
36
NC
IC1205
S-817A15APF
POWER SUPPLY
VSRAM18
VCCR
3
NC 4
VSS 3
C1251
1
C1249
0.1
UART1TX
UART1RTS
R1240
1K
2
1
5-8 (9-E~F)
UART1RX
VDIG275
TP1226
VBATIB
TP1223
VDD
1
Q1300
EC4401 C
TP1307
USB
1
Reserved
NC
RX VOICE
(ANALOG)
Manufacturer
Specific
TX VOICE
(ANALOG)
CTS
Manufacturer
Specific
Synchronisation
Clock
2 NC
GND 5
3 VOUT
ECO 4
RTS
ND
NC
1 VIN
CE 6
2 NC
VSS 5
3 VOUT
USB VBUS
3
USB D-
TXD
2
USB D+
RXD
GND
3
1 VOUT
NC 4 NC
VUSB33
R1307
22K
USBSENSE
R1305
0
2 VIN
C1245
0.1
5-8 (12-D)
R1308
120K
PWRREQ_N
5-8 (12-D),
5-10 (8-D)
BY
Y
3
C1414
0.1
4
IC1401
LVC1G97Z
LOGIC
C1250
1
NC 4
NC
VSS 3
IC1204
S-817A15APF
POWER SUPPLY
5-8 (9-F)
C1415
0.1
IC1303
XC6219C332DR
3.3 V REGULATOR
NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 5-1.
2
6
VCC 5
R1229
0
R1306
0
5-8 (9-F)
7
C1305
1
A/B
2 GND
4
TP1308
NC
C1252
330P
IC1206
R1163D181B
1.8 V REGULATOR
RESOUT0_N
Power Supply
5
ND
NS
C1304
1
Reserved
Not Defined
6
NG
USBDP
GND(ANALOG)
A
CE 6
VRTC15
Hands Free
UART
2
1
(GPO[4])
111
110
C1255
0.1
R1256
56K
NC
VSS
11
10
1
VSS
DACSTR
NC
Q1211
DTC114 YM
C1246
1
VBUS
H
VDD
(EMIF_D[18])
112
DACDAT
USBDM
RF CableDetect
4
(EMIF_D[4])
VSS
(GPO[1])
(EMIF_D[16])
ADCSTR
NC
NC
DACCLK
ADCSTR
C1239
2.2
RF Signal
7
(GPO[2])
(EMIF_D[17])
113
DACSTR
R1247
0
13
9
136 153 168
95 103 111 119
81
88
73
65
52
30
78
(BOOTMODE[3])
77
45
HSSLRX_CLK
44
45
UART_RX
44
43
76
VSS
(EMIF_D[8])
(APLL_BYPASS)
(EMIF_D[9])
(EMIF_A[3])
87
15
(EMIF_A[5])
86
1
1
(EMIF_A[7])
NC
115
114
LEDG
R1304
22
12
8
157
(GPO[3])
(EMIF_A[11])
NC
Charger (+)
GND
VDD
132 137 154 169
96 104 112
89
82
(EMIF_D[19])
NC
116
RESOUT1_N
30
UART_RXD1 BDATA
TXANAOUT
27
32
RXANAOUT
26
31
TXANAIN
25
F
NC
17
14
156
158
DAC_TXEXTRES
159
161
162
160
74
66
47
31
VSS
97 105 113 120 133 138 155 170
90
83
(EMIF_D[13])
(EMIF_A[15])
75
67
53
89
35
36
3
3
VSS
118
117
NC
36
E
BSYNC\SCLK/RTS
BDATA/CTS
USBD+/RXD
PU15
BCNT
UART_RXD2
UART_TXD1
NC
Charger (-)
GND
TXQB
TXQA
TXIB
(EMIF_A[18])
119
TXIA
VCORE15_W
NC
10
11
BSSEL
GND
5
8
14
19
NC
Bluetooth ANT
18
GND
NC
NC
NC
17
VSS
33
34
1
19
16
DAC_DAT
(EMIF_D[20])
139 156
120
NC
NC
12
13
VBAT
14
15
16
NC
4
7
13
27
1
PUEA
3
B
33
DXIN
26
6
D
GND
6 DXOUT
R1310
1.5K
5
C
CPU_USB_D-
D1203
1SS389F
GND 2
2
4
CPUVDD
28
5 VBUS
1
3
HEMD
USBMD
25
4 DYOUT DYIN 3
NC
24
RXANAIN
22
23
C1306
1
TP1306
15
(GPO[0])
VDD_DPLL
171
140
122
121
V1311
100P
9
UART_CTS
2
NC
A
NC
VDIG275
TP1305
36
1
NC
30
C1303
0.1
R1317
1M
C1307
0.1
UART_TXD2
CPU_USB_D+
REG33
USBD-/TXD
R1303
22
2
21
32
NC
31
R1306A
0
17
18
20
4
G
141 157 172
123
VANA15
19
USBDP
NC
5-8 (12-E)
5-9 (3-A)
5-17 (6-C)
UARTMD
M_I2CDAT
IC1300
BU7880GU
EXTERNAL
INTERFACE
UARTSEL
M_I2CCLK
5
C1302
0.1
142 158 173
122
RXIB
124
5-9 (9-F)
USBPUEN
4
35
1
Q1301
EC4301 C
6
1
123
98 106 114 121
91
84
NC
126
125
R1258
5.6K
5-8 (12-D)
R1300
100
R1301
100
R1302
100
34
SYSCLK0
TP1304
R1302A
0
R1303A
0
R1304A
0
3
76
68
54
49
127
5-8 (10-B)
R1309
270K
TP1303
11
10
8
55
33
129
128
5-13 (3-E) AUXO1_YMU
22
12
7
56
34
DACCLK
5-8 (12-D)
5-17 (2-G)
13
9
35
18
NC
3
TP1236
R1301A
0
14
36
19
4
4
NC
130
ANT_IO
TP1301
C1301
0.0056
15
20
5
5
(EMIF_D[22])
(EMIF_D[0])
131
5-16 (9-G)
C1300
0.0056
RFOUT
2
TP1237
RF_IO
R1300A
0
6
6
VDD
133
132
R1244
270
IC1209
LM20SITLX
TEMPERATURE SENSOR
29
17
7
143 159 174
124
57
37
21
WDAT
134
TP1229
1
1
18
7
VSS
(EMIF_D[1])
RED
TP1230
TP1207
TP1225
TP1212
CN1300
EXTERNAL
CONNECTOR
16
F
GND
2
8
135
VBATIB
GREEN
2MCAMTEMP
C1259
0.1
R1248
100
TP1210
TP1209
3
CHARGER
(+)
Vo
C1201
0.001
2
CHARGER
(-)
3
V+
(EMIF_D[25])
(EMIF_D[24])
NC
4
ND
DAC_STR
RADIO_STR
NC
R1260
470
Q1208
EC4401 C
C1244
0.1
4
TP1202
TP1201
TP1200
IC1203
LVC1G97Z
LOGIC
(EMIF_D[23])
(CPU_CLKOU)
(EMIF_D[21])
(BOOTMODE[1])
LED1200
BRPY121F
SMALL LIGHT
CN1200
BATTERY
TERMINAL
1
144 160
NC
Y
125
NC
NC
VCC 5
BY
58
NC
2 GND
3
38
NC
1
5-12 (8-E) CHG_C_CNT
22
9
46
2
6
VSS
AD_STR
NC
3
USBCHGEN
A/B
5-8 (12-D),
5-10 (8-D)
BLUETOOTH AERIAL PWB-K
E
5-8 (9-F)
A
1
145 161 175
HSSLRX_D
42
NC
5-8 (12-E)
(CPU_IACK)
VSS
43
RTCCLK
146 162 176
126
VDD
41
NC
147 163 177
127
59
VDD
5-8 (12-E), 5-15 (3-A)
128
60
39
VDD
C1236
330P
RTCCLK
61
40
23
(JTAG_TDI)
VDIG275
41
24
8
30
31
40
NC
DAC_I_OUT
(CPU_IRQ[1])
178
148
99 107 115 129
92
62
25
9
28
29
39
NC
69
85
42
10
IS_EVENT_N
38
NC
MCLK
ADC_I_IN_INV
VSS
37
NC
CLKREQ
Q1203
DTC114 YM
RXQA
RXQB
NC
5-8 (12-D)
77
11
10
VSS
R1213
15K
VSSA_CS_APLL
(EMIF_D[30])
11
75
R1212
2.2K
3
U
12
74
C1247
1
4
T
149 164
73
ND
R
152 167 181
NC
NC
NS
RESET_N
(EXT_MEM_UBUS[10])
P
43
26
NC
2
NC
DAC_CLK
135 151 166 180
13
VSS
32
NC
N
134
100 108 116 130 134 150 165 179
93
86
78
NC
R1203
100K
ND
5-16 (9-A)
5-8 (12-D),
ADCSTR
5-10 (8-E)
PWRREQ_N 5-8 (12-D),
5-10 (10-G)
RTEMP
70
63
50
72
R1219
24m
(1/3W)
NC
44
27
NC
1
CHGBYPASS_N
NG
NC
M
(EMIF_A[17])
(EMIF_A[4])
27
HSSLTX
5-15 (5-H)
5-16 (10-A)
L
101 109 117
(EMIF_A[19])
VDD
23
NC
VLOOP
12
14
VSS
24
5-15 (5-A)
WPOWERSENSE
VLOOP
Q1201
EC4401 C
5-8 (10-A)
WRFLOOP
WPOWERSENSE
K
102 110 118 131
71
WRFLOOP
VBATI
J
94
EMU0
3
3
87
RADIO_DAT
(EMIF_A[12])
25
26
4
H
88
79
VDD
(EMIF_A[23])
20
21
22
5-11 (1-D)
G
80
71
NC
ND
TXON
F
72
NC
NS
NC
NC
TXON
VDD
18
19
NC
E
64
NC
2
3
4
NC
5-8 (12-D),
5-10 (8-E)
15
VDD
16
17
DACSTR
D
51
NC
NC
ND
DACDAT
DACSTR
HSSLTX_CLK
15
DACCLK
DACDAT
FS1200
2A
45
NC
NS
C1206
4.7
NC
46
28
NC
2
6
C
29
13
(EMIF_D[26])
ADC_RXEXTREF_N
HSSLTX_D
14
5-16 (10-H)
B
14
16
VSS
(EMIF_D[27])
IS_SYNC_N
NC
NC
ND
ND
13
VDD
NC
ND
NS
NG
1
4
HSSLRXCLK
A
17
(CS_BYPASS)
NC
D
NG
ND
VFB 7
CM
5
(EMIF_A[2])
9
10
11
12
NC
DACCLK
VOUT 8
GND
4
(EMIF_A[9])
8
NC
NC
NC
NC
2
2 2 5 8
1 1 4 7
A B C
ACL
7
NC
IC1400
D751980CZPH
W-CDMA MODEM
(EMIF_A[10])
NC
Q1207
EC4401 C
C1240
0.1
Q1213
EC4401 C
VDD
NC
NG
1
1
2 PE
1 CONT
Q1209
EC4401 C
(EMIF_A[14])
6
HSSLRX
3 VCC
VOUT 9
3 3 6 9
C1203
1
2
1
VDD
(EMIF_A[20])
5
NC
HSSLTXCLK
(EMIF_A[21])
3
4
NC
3
HSSLTX
1
2
NC
Q1206
DTC123 EM
VCHG
R1206
10K
NC
(EMIF_D[2])
C1226
560P
NC
ISEVENT
70
C1229
180P(CH)
NC
ISSYNC
HSSLRX
HSSLRXCLK
69
C1235
0.0012
VSS-COMPLEXIO
5-16 (9-H)
C1238
100P(CH)
R1238
1K
68
R1239
0
R1235
1K
VSSA_RX
69
VAPC
R1210
100K
C1413
0.1
5-15 (5-H)
5-16 (9-H)
PASENSE
VSSA_BG
81
ADC_Q_IN_INV
VBATI
R1246
0
48
VSS-COMPLEXIO
R1234
0
47
ADC_RXEXTREF_P
59
40
FF_IN
60
R1245
0
VSS
IOUT
41
VSSTH13
VSSTH12
89
88
VSSTH11
VSSTH10
90
VSSTH 7
VSSTH 5
VSSTH 6
VSSTH 8
VSSTH 9
79
56
55
VSSTH 3
VSSTH 4
VSSTH 1
VSSTH 2
PAREG
EXPOUT
36
C1225
560P
IC1200
TWL93004CZQW
POWER SUPPLY/
RF CONTROL
C1220
0.1
C1222
0.1
PASENSE-
R1403
0
R1402
100K
R1401
43K
(EMIF_D[6])
R1227
100K
VBATIB
VDDBUF
PASENSE+
40 TEST
143
34 SLEEP
VSSTH15
142
110 CLK_REQ
65
141
41 VSSTH16
32KHZ
MCLK
VSSTH14
140
XTAL1
XTAL2
C1403
0.1
(EMIF_D[7])
139
76
LED2
132
5-15 (2-A)
VCXOCONT
(EXT_FRAME_STROBE)
138
TXON
M
5-15 (6-H)
WPAREF
C1232
0.068
VBATIB
8
(EMU1)
137
LED1
WDCDCREF
VANA15
58
67
136
VSSPA
66
135
131
65
134
130
129
64
133
128
NC
127
163
126
(EXT_MEM_UBUS[11])
125
(BOOTMODE[2])
124
63
123
NC
122
165
121
94
164
120
17
83
166
L
BDATA
R1237
0
22
82
168
DACO3
VDDPA
167
DACO1
169
DACDAT
CLK32
119
CLKRQ
107
118
VDD_CLK32
106
117
92
(EMIF_D[31])
105
116
(EMIN_AREADY)
104
115
UART_TX
103
114
(ANALOG_ENABLE)
102
(EMIF_A[1])
95
101
113
88
(EMIF_A[6])
94
100
112
87
(EMIF_A[8])
93
99
111
86
62
91
98
110
85
61
90
97
109
DACO2
FGSENSE+
VCORE15
60
89
96
108
VSS_D
WDAT
WSTR
5-15 (2-A)
C1412
0.1
VRTC15
59
84
J
K
DACSTR
VBAT_D
FGSENSE-
VDIG275
33
C1409
330P
58
H
CHSENSE+
CHSENSE-
10
5-13 (5-E)
5-14 (7-F)
AUXO1
AUXO2
57
DACCLK
CHREG
99
NC
AUXO2
170
83
79
78
172
77
76
BEARN
171
75
74
BEARP
R1242
0
123
173
73
TP1215
122
VDD
72
AUXI2
TP1216
R1241
0
135
VDDA_TX
82
AUXO1
G
DCIO
134
111
DAC_Q_OUT
81
VSSBUCK
125
(EMIF_AWE_N)
80
AUXI2
BEARP
DAC_I_OUT_INV
BEARN
(EMIF_A[13])
VSSBEAR
71
(EMIF_A[16])
60
70
(EMIF_A[22])
59
69
45
(EMIF_D[3])
48
58
68
(EMIF_D[5])
47
57
67
56
46
56
55
44
55
54
43
66
53
54
65
C1411
0.1
53
64
NC
42
52
63
38
AUXI1
175
41
51
62
137
C1202
0.1
MIC2N
174
40
50
61
SWBUCK
WCLK
5-14 (9-C~D)
MIC2P
176
39
49
F
VDDBEAR
N_BUCK
138
126
177
37
E
P_BUCK
TXIA
TXQB
179
D
VDDBUCK
VBUCK
TXQA
MIC1N
178
AUXI1
127
VDDA_RX
MIC2N
C1410
0.1
WCLK
MIC1P
VDD
36
35
C1408
0.1
CCO
139
52
34
33
C1406
0.1
PCMDATB
51
32
109
128
180
31
C1405
0.1
5-8 (12-C)
PCMDATA
BG_REF
30
C1404
0.1
C1402
0.1
TXIB
PCMSYN
97
(TESTMODE)
29
MIC1N
C1401
0.1
PCMCLK
108
50
28
24
96
181
CCO
112
VSS
12
23
22
RXQB
C1400
0.1
5-8 (9-F~G)
75
87
100
52
VSSTH31
101
103
102
92
80
57
68
64
VSSTH29
VSSTH30
VSSTH28
VSSTH27
VSSTH25
VSSTH26
VSSTH24
VSSTH22
VSSTH23
VSSTH21
VSSTH20
44
43
42
SDA
VSSTH18
VSSTH19
VSSTH17
32
NC
27
25
20
9
7
19
29
86
28
21
SCL
VDD_IO
IRQ
RESETB
RWRRST
INTLCKB
72
SIMCLK
SIMDAT
SIMRST
ONSWB
ONSWA
27
TP1211
IC1202
TK73840BDB
REGULATOR
ONSWC
73
84
98
85
26
62
61
SIMVCC
SCLK
SDAT
26
VBUS
D1200
CUS02Z
11
MIC2P
VSS_C
VDIG275
R1209
22K
10
21
54
C
4
12
11
MOD1
34
D1202
SB0503EJ
3
9
53
116
25
78
120
C
77
133
110
10
PCMSYN
VDDLP
66
132
NC
20
DEC2
C1213
47P(CH)
19
SUB
C1211
47P(CH)
18
46
R1218
0.1
1
2
17
DEC1
18
16
114
TP1204
6
15
113
23
R1223
0
9
8
7
14
DEC0
71
6
13
124
51
70
8
PCMCLK
PCMI
C1221
0.1
C1223
0.1
49
R1222
0
IC1201
XC61CC2002NR
VOLTAGE
DETECTOR
R1201
22K
NC
38
C1208
1
TP1205
7
B
IREF
D2 6
D2 5
6
5
4
GPA12
3 S2
4 G2
VBAT_C
GPA7
1
37
39
RXQA
NC
136
MIC1P
GPA5
D
50
3
GPA6
D
D1 8
D1 7
2
1
GPA13
6
1 S1
2 G1
15
136
VSS_B
95
4
1
13
A
VDD_E
45
GND
3
5
14
NC
NC
4
R1215
1
5
4
RXIA
VCORE15_W
RXIB
15
PCMO
119
2
2
R1216
0
C1205
10
3
104
D
16
2
106
D
1
2
VIN VOUT
R1200
10K
5
R1224
0
1
VDD_D
105
C1241
0.01
R1261
100K
30
C1217
1
SIM_IO
SIM_OP
7
C1231
18P(CH)
C1228
0.001
I/O 6
OP 5
GND 4
VDIG275
VIBR
GPA3
3
VBAT_B
R1217
0
3 CLK
2 RESET
1 Power
C1230
18P(CH)
VDDCODEC
GPA4
VCORE15
121
Q1200
ECH8603
3
74
VSS_A
EXTLDO
118
TP1235
131
C1227
1
VSSCODEC
GPA2
TP1206
D1201
RB521S30
G
S
142
VDD_B
117
4
63
143
SRST
35
R1221
C1210
0
1
Q1212
SCH1302
C1200
0.01
93
1
L1201
22µH
VDCIO
11
SIMOFF
6
NS
Q1205
EC4401 C
3
ND
5-8 (12-C)
SERVICE_N
3
ND
ND
C1209
1
2
VBAT_A
VDD_A
CDCDCB 62
NS
NG
24
130
NS
4
PG
12
VSRAM18
CDCDCA 63
2
ND
R1220
0
3
VDDADC
B
2
NG
PD
GPA1
1
PS
C1212
2.2
VBATIB
Q1210
SI1555 DL
4
4
GPA0
ND
GND 4
VSSADC
ADSTR
NG
3
2 GND
3
31
5-8 (10-A) JACKPOWEN
5-14 (8-G)
5-15 (3-H)
VDDA
129
ND
5
Q1202
EC4401 C
VDDB
140
1
VDIG275
R1225
0
R1208
0
R1214
0.22
141
NS
1
2
C1204
10
VREF
VMEM18
ONSWB_N
4
C1218
4.7
ND
C1216
4.7
NG
C1214
4.7
1
SIM_CLK
SIM_RESET
SIMVC
C
C1224
1
TP1234
R1211
0
Q1204
EC4401 C
R1207
1M
R1205
100K
TP1233
115
VBATIB
5-14 (8-G) PRGDET
TP1232
107
TP1231
8
R1232
330
SIMCLK
EXTLDO
C1215
4.7
5-15 (3-H)
91
5-8 (9-E)
TP1203
VSS
R1263
2.2M
TP1222
4
VDD
ND
MCLK
ND
NS
APLL_ATEST1
NG
IDBALL
2
5-8 (8-G)
2
VSS
1
3
TP1221
TP1218
VDD
4
5-8 (12-C)
(BOOTMODE[0])
ND
PWRRST_N
49
ND
NS
32
TP1220
R1266
0
ONSWC
48
NG
TP1217
M_I2CDAT
M_I2CCLK
5-8 (12-E)
47
1
A
5-8 (12-E)
5-9 (3-F)
5-17 (6-C)
Q1215
EC4404 C
C1207
0.1
Q1214
EC4404 C
TP1213
67
C1260
1
R1265
1M
R1264
3.3M
R1262
220K
5-12 (11-D)
MAIN PWB-A(2/6)
902SH
(
4
3
5
6
7
) : Not Mount
Waveform numbers of 22 , 32 , 36 are shown on pages 5-3 to 5-5.
8
10
9
Figure 2 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2/9)
5 -- 9
5 -- 10
11
12
CONFIDENTIAL
902SH
VDIG29
RECEPTION SIGNAL
SPEAKER SIGNAL
R1525
1M
VBT29
6
R1526
560
15
7
C1521
0.1
R1546
0
LPMODE_N
R1534
0
EN2
EN3
23
EN4
17
20
MODE
10
27
9
4
3
6
5
7
VOUT3
11
5
12
R1548
0
R1550
10
NC
NC
NC
NC
10
9
8
7
IRDA+IRLED
6 RXD
NIRQ 6
7 TXD
CA1521
1
4
3
1
2
8 LEDA
INFRARED
PORT
A
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
5-8 (12-C)
R1549
0
IRRIRQ_N
VTLVDS15
R1541
0
12
VOUT5
C1528
10
C1529
4.7
C1531
1
C1532
1
GND
GND
6
B
IRCTRL
33
32
GND
GND
GND2
GND1
GND3
PGND
GND
31
30
3
21
10
9
C
VTLVDS25
8
VOUT4
30
8
3 VCC
4 TXD-RC
SGND 9
5 SD
DOUT 5
VBATIB
TP1504
10
C1526
4.7
C1524
0.1
29
C1523
100P
(CH)
2
4
VDIG29
14
VOUT2
3
TP1505
CREF
11
B
1
7
4
VOUT1
2
11 NRST
LED1503
GP2W3240
1 GND
2 VIO
TP1503
R1540
120K
R1538
0
8
29
CS
VTRAM15
C1530
10
R1539
82K
1
SNSG
26
D
28
ISNS
11
33
28
24
18
IN-
12
25
LPM
TP1502
R1537
10K
C1527
100P
(CH)
27
13
24
EN5
19
R1578
0
25
5-7 (3-A)
5-8 (12-B)
5-13 (4-H)
FB
31
14
L1500
2.2µH
22
26
VOUT
32 21 20 19 18 17 16 15
22
EN1
16
IC1502
NC
VMEM18
R1570
0
13
VCC 2
VIN2 9
VIN1 5
PVCC
T4G_POW
VTRAM25
IC1504
FA3727R
POWER CONTROL
1
12 CLKI
TP1501
R1509
0
VDIG275
NC
C1525
10
4
GND
23
2 GND
5-12 (8-E)
R1556
0
3
VIN3
A
1
TP1500
5-17 (1-A)
C1520
0.1
SCL
R1555
1
C1542
2.2
R1558
0
VDD
IC1502
BU7876GL
INFRARED
REMOTE
Tx CONTROLLER
LSI
VBATIB
R1554
0
SDA
VBATIB
NC
5-13 (2-D)
5-8 (12-D)
GND
SYSCLK1
NC
MAIN PWB-A(3/6)
902SH
5-8 (12-C)
IRRX
IRTX
CAMINT
LCDINT
SLCDRST
R1557
0
TP1506
VRX2DN
VRX2CKP
VRX2DP
VTX1DP
VTX1DN
VTX1CKP
VTX1CKN
R1575
1M
R1574
1M
R1517
0
26
VRX2CKN
VDIG29_T
VDIG29_T
C
RSTGA
VDIG29_T
VDWAIT
LCDRST
VDON
VDIG29
LVSIN
CAMCLK
R1522
0
27
CDAT0
CDAT1
FL1501
FILTER
CAMINT
CDAT2
PCCLK
CDAT3
CDAT5
CDAT4
CDAT6
CDAT7
2
VSYNC
4
1
C1513
0.001
VDIG29_T
HSYNC
3
FL1500
NOISE FILTER
3 NOISE
4 2
1
NC
NC
323
NC
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
A
(VDDIOA)
HDAT15
HDAT14
G
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
H
133
134
J
145
146
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
147
148
149
150
151
152
142
143
144
153
154
DACCE 212
NC 259
B
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
HDAT4
L
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
GPIO0 343
NC 255
178
HDAT2
HDAT1
M
HDAT0
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
C
NC
N
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
I2CDATB 133
NC 250
200
/STBYB
/PDEN
B
P
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
R
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
208
209
210
211
212
213
222
223
224
225
226
227
CONFIG0
CONFIG2
221
SELD1 285
NC 246
SYSCLK
T
SYSCLKEN
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
PCRCLK 227
PCRXIN 200
248
PLLEN
268
269
PCRXOUT 213
PCRXIEN 185
287
288
NC 245
BEDAT7 258
BEDAT6 313
B
/PLLLD
B
PLLSEL1
U
249
250
V
270
271
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
267
PLLSEL2
PLLBP
PLLBPIN
NC
POMCLK B
PIMCLK
D
W
289
290
Y
304
305
291
292
293
294
308
309
310
311
295
296
297
313
314
315
298
299
300
301
317
318
319
320
302
303
323
324
B
NC
ADSDI
ADSDO
306
307
312
316
321
322
ADSCK
ADLRCK
AA
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
NC
TOP VIEW
5-8 (10-A) FLIP_R
5-13 (6-F)
HPMUTE_N
CN1501
29
NC
LCDRST
FLOW
VDO
VDIG29_T
2 SP-L2
N
3 SP-R1
VDWAIT
NC
4
LVSIN
CHG_C_CNT
7 BLED+
8 BLED-
M_LCD_I2CCLK
NC
9 LCDRST
NTSC_RST
10 LCDINT
5-8 (12-C)
VAMP_PD
11 FLIP_R
BDRST
12 VDON
LEDRST
M_LCD_I2CDAT
AKPD_N
13 VDWAIT
14 SCL(LCD
R1576
0
15 SDA(LCD
VDIG29
V1551
100P
V1552
100P
V1553
100P
NTSC_PD
T4G_STB
5-11 (3-F)
(3-A)
R1544
3.3K
VDIG29
T4G_POW 5-11
ZMPEN
SDEN
35
NC
R1542
1K
R1543
1K
16 LVSIN
CDAT1
SLCDDC
R1545
3.3K
34
17 D1(CAMPXL0)
CDAT0
18 D0(CAMPXL0)
CDAT3
19 D3(CAMPXL0)
CDAT4
20 D4(CAMPXL0)
CDAT6
23 D7(CAMPXL0)
CDAT2
24 D2(CAMPXL0)
VSYNC
25 VSYNC
26 HSYNC
27 PCCLK
28 SYSCLK
29 SCL(CAM
30 SDA(CAM
NC
SEDO
31 SUBCAMTEMP
SECLK
R1551
1M
AKCS
32 POW_CE
33 POW_ECO
LEDLD
34 BATTCAM
SLCDCE
R1523
680
NC
TO
DISPLAY
PWB-B
5-21 (2-E)
22 D5(CAMPXL0)
CDAT7
HSYNC
R1524
100K
CN3001
21 D6(CAMPXL0)
CDAT5
PCCLK
NC
SP-R2
5 EAR
6 XEAR
5-9 (2-E)
TP1400
NC
41
1 SP-L1
LCDINT
NC
NC
C1519
1
35 BATTLCD
BDCE
VMEM18
36 VCCR
37 VTX1DP
C1517
15P
(CH)
4
3
1
2
X1500
27MHz
38 VTX1DN
C1518
15P
(CH)
39 VTX1CKP
5-11 (3-F) LPMODE_N
40 VTX1CKN
RA1500
100 at 100MHz
DISPPXL7
DISPPXL6
VTX1DP
1
8
DISPPXL5
VTX1DN
2
7
DISPPXL4
VTX1CKP
3
6
BEDAT3 257
BEDAT2 311
BEDAT1 294
DISPPXL3
VTX1CKN
4
5
BEDAT0 276
BECLK 310
DISPPXL0
VCCR
42
COAXIAL
CABLE
DISPPXL2
DISPPXL1
BECLK
BEHSYNC
BEVSYNC
NC
R1527
1M
BDDAT6 309
BDDAT5 329
BDDAT4 256
DIRRX B
NC
B
NC
BLED-
VBATIB
BEDAT5 312
BEDAT4 277
NC 241
BDCLK 306
BDDAT7 330
ADSDOI
5-11 (2-F)
SDCLK
BEHSYNC 293
BEVSYNC 331
D
ADLRCKO
ADSCKO
BLED+
SDPWR
NC
SELD3 322
SELD2 301
NC
5-11 (1-F)
SDDET_N
SECLK 248
SELD4 320
B
CONFIG1
L1567
600nH
VDIG29
SEDO 211
SEDI 209
/STBYA
BEARN
SDDATA0
I2CCLKA 296
I2CDATA 279
I2CCLKB 159
B
190
NC
/RESET
SDDATA1
GPIO3 300
GPIO2 342
GPIO1 321
166
HDAT5
HDAT3
SDDATA2
GPIO5 341
GPIO4 263
HDAT8
HDAT7
K
SDDATA3
R1533
100
NC
GPIO7 319
GPIO6 283
HDAT10
HDAT6
R1529
47
R1531
47
DACSD 196
DACLD 210
HDAT11
HDAT9
R1528
47
R1530
47
R1532
47
SDCMD
/DACRST 197
DACCLK 198
B
HDAT13
HDAT12
29
TSDAT 298
TSCLK 338
/TSEN 281
TSFRM 316
NC 262
L1566
600nH
R1573
1M
CCLK1 27
NC 324
NC
NC
NC
NC
204
/CCS1 192
84
/CCS2
CCLK2
CINT2 202
201
CINT1
219
/CRST2
/CRST1 203
193
CDCLK
181
CDAT0
182
CDAT1
145
CDAT6 158
157
CDAT5
169
CDAT4
170
CDAT3
CDAT2 168
CDAT7
VRX2DP 51
VRX2DN 68
50
VRX2CKP
VRX2CKN 32
325
NC
180
CHREF
CVREF 183
NC
NC
NC
NC
VTX2CKP 30
VTX2CKN 9
13
VRX1DP
12
VRX1DN
33
VRX1CKP
VRX1CKN 69
VTX2DP 86
VTX2DN 65
67
VTX1DP
49
VTX1DN
VTX1CKP 66
31
VTX1CKN
NC
NC
NC
8
/LCS1
48
/LWAIT2
64
/LWAIT1
77
LVSIN
LPRCLK 63
326
NC
VVMID 10
NC
NC
NC
LCLK1 7
/LCS2 107
NC
101
/LRST2 85
29
/LRST1
LCLK2 28
/LDISPEN
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
LDAT3 44
80
LDAT2
79
LDAT1
59
LDAT0
119
/LWR
135
/LRD
LRS 147
NC
103
LDAT4
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
LDAT6 60
LDAT5 81
LDAT7
82
83
24
LDAT8
LDAT11(ERRCAM1)
LDAT10(ERRCAM2) 104
LDAT9 61
NC
LDAT13(CAM1START) 62
LDAT12(CAM2START) 45
LDAT16(LCDSTART2) 46
26
LDAT15(ERRLCD1)
LDAT14(ERRLCD2) 25
287
268
TESTL3
TESTL2 222
TESTL1 221
267
TESTL0
344
NC
LDAT17(LCDSTART1) 5
79
100
HADR0
BDDAT3 292
BDDAT2 307
NC
NC 239
NC 216
NC
NC
T_I2CDATA
NC 156
NC
T_I2CCLKA
334 VSS
242 VSS
314 VSS
235 VSS
236
VSS
240 VSS
172 VSS
177
VSS
206
VSS
207
VSS
208 VSS
VSS
139
VS S
VS S
VS S
127
125
VS S
112
117
VS S
NC
NC
VSS
NC
111
11
VSS
VDD2E
VDD2E
BDDAT1 308
BDDAT0 275
122
98
106
105
VSSC
VSSC
VDDIOB
VDDIOB
VDDIOB
VDDIOB
VDD2E
78
173
161
339
303
289
328
VDD2E
2.5V
121
B
146
C
A
1.5V
167
1.5V
270
D
1.5V
VDDIOB
1.5V
VDDIOB
VSSVR
VDDIOB
VSSVT
VDDIOC
VSSVT
VDDIOB
NC
VDDV2R LVDS2.5V
NC
138
LRCK
76
99
228
ADSDI
ADSDO
75
HADR1
VSSE
AMCLK
5-13 (2-C)
74
78
237
110
73
98
199
109
72
77
179
108
71
F
269
134
70
E
VDDIOC
99
69
155
116
NWCLK 225
/NWOEN 223
NWINT 288
B
HADR2
VDDIOC
89
120
56
HADR3
58
NC
189
HADR5
VDDIOC
NC
68
VDDIOC
NC
55
HADR6
VDDIOC
NC
54
HADR4
VSSE
NC
30
42
53
NWDO 224
NC 264
VSSE
G
NC
67
3
SD P.W.B. CONNECT
FPC PWB-H
162
66
6
163
65
43
144
R1572
100
64
234
R1571
100
63
233
BICK
62
VDDIOA
153
LRCK
61
97
143
60
VDDIOA
151
59
76
41
152
58
VDDIOA
NC
D
HADR8
VDDIOD
R1564
0
R1565
100
52
HADR7
VSSE
ADSDO
SDDAT0 251
/SDDET 295
B
VSSE
150
ADSDI
51
HADR10
VDDIOA
175
50
NC
BEARP
5-10 (8-B)
NC
SDDAT2 271
SDDAT1 232
B
HADR9
19
NC
36
49
16
176
48
132
R1561
1M
265
47
220
AMCLK
286
46
195
187
R1563
100
45
VDD1P
R1562
1M
44
VDD1P
5-8 (10-A)
CN1500
43
VDD1P
178
57
NC 273
NWDI 247
/NWIEN 226
VDD1P
174
SDPWR 278
SDCLK 291
VDD1P
165
5-8 (10-A) T4G_PLLLD_N
T4G_PLLEN
23
164
42
47
5-12 (11-F) LPMODE_N
SP-L1
SP-L2
NC
R1547
100K
41
57
SLCDRST
40
261
51 52
BDCE
39
214
SPSP+
BDRST
R1505
0
244
38
166
SLCDRST
SDDET
SDEN
266
37
VDD1C
SDCLK
302
C1505
0.0033
36
154
BDCE
215
R1508
1M
SLCDDC
35
VDD1C
BDRST
SDDATA2
VDIG29_T
SEDO
SECLK
SLCDCE
34
118
SDDATA3
R1504
0
R1502
0
33
VSSE
DC_B
32
160
SCEB
217
254
31
VSSE
SEDO
SECLK
SDDATA0
LEDLD
30
VDD1D
1
2
LEDLD
SDCMD
SDDATA1
R1506
0
R1503
0
186
29
149
C1587
0.1
GND
GND
43
22
28
VDD1D
SDEN
GND
21
NC
27
VDD1D
SDDET_N
SDPWR
131
5-13 (2-D),
5-8 (12-D) Y_RESOUT0_N
5-12 (8-E) T4G_STB
26
VDD1D
SDDET_N
GND
142
D1
5-12 (11-D)
25
VDD1D
5-8 (10-A)
BLED+
D2
D0
BLED-
24
336
SDCLK
GND
130
23
VDD1D
SDDATA2
BLED-
LEDRST
141
D3
22
332
SDDATA3
F
BATTBB
BATTBB
BATTBB
129
D4
B
318
SDDATA0
VCC
BATTBB
BATTBB
5-13 (2-B)
21
290
SDDATA1
VCC
CAMINT
R1507
1M
140
D5
21
20
284
SDCMD
VCC
96
D6
20
19
327
SDPWR
VCC
75
D7
FLOW
19
18
VDD1D
BLED+
5-12 (11-D) BLED+
GAINT
D8
L1501
600nH
18
17
VDD1D
1
4
ZMPEN
TXON_N
17
16
260
2
3
FLOW
I2CCLKB(2MCAM)
I2CDATB(2MCAM)
16
15
VDD1D
RA1561
100K
LEDRST
RSGA
15
14
VDD1D
VDIG29
GND
14
13
VDD1D
44
LVDSDP
95
R1559
1M
ZMPEN
LVDSDN
56
D9
V1501
33P
RSTGA
94
128
D10
L1500A
600nH
V1500
33P
7
8
26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50
2
1
GND
3
C1555
15P
(CH)
114
D12
D11
EXCKI
LVDSCKP
4
VRX2DP
40
D13
VBATIB
LVDSCKN
5
6
74
D14
6
5
3
93
D15
54 53
4
VRX2DN
17
5-7 (1-A~B)
C1502
0.1
VDIG29
VRX2CKP
54
A1
C1503
0.1
13
12
VDD1D
8
12
11
4
7
1
11
10
15
6
2
10
9
190
5
3
9
8
115
4
R1560
1M
45
37
A2
8 7
C1554
15P
(CH)
91
A3
25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9
VRX2CKN
71
A4
VDIG29
VBATIB
RA1547
22
E
53
A5
CAMINT
8
7
136
A6
5-8 (10-B)
7
6
C
HADR11
VDD1E
126
6
5
VDD1E
35
A7
5
4
HADR12
VDD1E
14
A8
4
3
VDD1E
52
A9
3
2
218
70
A10
2
205
90
A19
VDD1E
TXON_N
194
2Y
VDD1E
2A
4
3
TXON
NC
1
B(VDDIOB)
/HINT
NC
1
/HWAIT
/HDREQ
NC 317
NC 305
MJTMS 238
MJTCK 315
SDCMD 274
SDDAT3 252
/HWR
VDD1E
34
A20
5-10 (8-D)
73
113
188
VDD1E
T4G_HDREQ
T4G_HINT
171
5
2
5-8 (12-B)
5-8 (10-B)
C1582
0.1
A(VDDIOA)
123
72
WE_N
NC
VCC
/HCS1
VDIG29_T
MJTDO 337
/MJTRST 335
NC 304
/HCS2
SP-L2
SP-R1
SP-R2
A
/HVCS1
/HRD
102
38
SP-L1
5-14 (8-C)
MJTDI 297
B
/HVCS2
148
18
TESTL4
1
55
OE_N
C
B
137
VDIG29_T
GND
39
92
NC 345
249
NC
5-7 (1-A)
T4G_MEMADV_N
5-13 (2-B),
5-7 (1-F)
6
1Y
1
1A
NC
IC1500
TC3525XBG
MULTIMEDIA ACCELERATOR
BUSSEL
LVDS1.5V
IC1505
LVC2G04Z
LOGIC
PORCTR
HBWSEL
HWTSEL
C
LVDS
NC
VSSE
20
333
280
B
VSSE
NC
R1510
0
DTVM
VDDV1R
282
D
DTCLK
DTMB
VDDV1T
230
VSSE
191
184
NC
88
231
229
HCS1_N
5-7 (1-H)
NC
87
CSYMU_N
2
124
NC
100
5-13 (2-C)
TESTH2
VDIG29_T
TESTH1 253
TESTH0 340
299
TESTL7
243
TESTL6
TESTL5 272
NC
TP1507
NTSC_RST
NC
NC
NC
BICK
VAMP_PD
NTSC_PD
VTLVDS15
SEDO
5-13 (4-G)
VDIG29
AKCS
AKPD_N
C1504
1
CN2000
VTRAM15
VTLVDS15
R1512
0
C1507
1
C1508
1
VTLVDS15
R1516
0
R1514
0
BECLK
VTLVDS25
BEHSYNC
C1510
1
C1509
1
BEVSYNC
VMEM18
R1518
0
VANA15
C1506
1
TO
SD PWB-C
5-23 (3-H)
H
VTRAM25
SECLK
C1512
1
C1514
1
R1520
0
C1515
1
R1519
0
R1511
0
5-13 (5-F~H)
C1516
1
C1511
1
DISPPXL7
R1515
10
DISPPXL6
DISPPXL5
DISPPXL4
DISPPXL3
DISPPXL2
DISPPXL1
DISPPXL0
NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 5-1.
1
2
(
4
3
5
6
7
) : Not Mount
Waveform numbers of 26 , 27 , 29 , 30 , 34 , 35 , 43 to 45 are shown on pages 5-2 to 5-5.
8
10
9
Figure 3 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (3/9)
5 -- 11
5 -- 12
11
12
CONFIDENTIAL
902SH
MAIN PWB-A(4/6)
RECEPTION SIGNAL
TRANSMISSION SIGNAL
SPEAKER SIGNAL
902SH
R1642
0
R1646
0
C1620
0.1
C1632
0.1
29
28
27
GND
IN-R
VCC
IN-L
Vref
R1653
2.2K
30
26
C1650
0.022
25
C2
31
R2
32
SURROUND
ON/OFF
C1601
0.0047
C1624
1
R1636
1M
C1
1
C3
C1677
0.0047
24
R1645
0
C1648
1
VDIG29
SUROUNDSW
A
R1
2
C1602
0.1
VCC
AGC_det
22
AGCDET
19
VREFSP
AGC
VREFSP
18
6
7
AGC
AGC ON/OFF
8
AGCONOFF
A1
R1657
10K
21
4
5
C1605
0.001
R1622
10K
5-7 (1-B)
C1678
0.1
R1659
10K
R1660
100K
C1679
0.001
20
3
IC1603
AN12974A
AGC STEREO AMP.
R1623
10K
23
SPATIALIZER
R3
C1600
1
D4
R-ch
L-ch
VCC
D3
D2
VBATIB
D1
D0
R1624
0
WE_N
9
OE_N
C1610
1
10
11
12
14
13
15
17
D5
STB ON/OFF
B
R1621
1M
D6
SP_SAVE
5-7 (1-F)
5-11 (3-D) 5-7 (1-A~B)
5-13 (2-B)
D7
C1682
2.2
C1681
0.47
C1680
1
VBATIB
16
R1656
0
33 34 35 36 37
R1635
1M
C1676
1
R1655
1M
SPSAVE
2
CCO
NC
EQ1L
EQ1R
EQ2L
IOVDD1
6
6 15 24
52 61 70
EQ2R
NC
5
5 14 23
51 60 69
EQ3L
LED0
4
4 13 22 31
50 59 68
EQ3R
LED1/GPIO4
3
3 12 21 30 37 43 49 58 67
LED2/GPIO5
2
2 11 20 29 36 42 48 57 66
NC
MTR
1
1 10 19 28 35 41 47 56 65
SPOUT1L
NC
SDI
SPOUT2L
PLLC
(SPOUT1R)
SPVSSR
BBL
BBR
DVSS
D
SPVSSL
(SPOUT1L)
VREF
LRCK
HPC
NC
EXC
BCLK
SPOUT1R
SPOUT2R
NS
R1649
2.2K
C1642
4.7
2
4
R1650
1K
ND
Q1605
EC4301 C
C1646
4.7
Q1604
EC4401 C
C1635
0.1
NC
NC
C1622
0.027
R1620
33K
R1631
0
R1618
120K
TP1601
5-10 (8-B)
C1633
0.1
R1661
0
MIC200
AUXI1
C1651
0.1
C1626
120P(CH)
TP1602
NC
NC
MIC201
R1662
0
NC
NC
R1626
15
NC
R1625
15
MIC1P
NC
MIC1_BIAS
YMUINT_N
SYSCLK1
C1684
0.1
TMS
Vout
NC
VIB1600
Vin 3
GND 2
STBY
1
IC1601
BH30FB1WHFV
VIBLATOR
REGULATOR
4
3
1
2
TRST_N
6
2
5
3
4
5-8 (10-A)
JACKDET_N
R1634
100
TP1605
TCK
D1600
RB521G30
R1630
3.3K
VDIG29_T
M
R1627
1M
R1628
100K
R1678
3.3K
1
6
2
5
RTCK
C1675
680P
5-8 (10-A)
5-8 (7-F)
5-8 (10-A)
C1723
0.1
AUXO2
TP1614
R1641
3.3M
5-8 (9-E)
TP1613
IC1604
LVC1G07Z
LOGIC
5
VCC
DISPPXL1
27 D1
DISPPXL2
26 D2
DISPPXL3
31 D3
DISPPXL4
39 D4
DISPPXL5
48 D5
DISPPXL6
38 D6
R1665
10
9
UART-TX
NC
14 Y
NC
4
C
3
CVBS
VDIG29
VMEM18
R1806
10
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
B
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
C
19 20 21
22 23
D
24 25
26 27
E
28 29
30 31
32 33
34 35
G
36 37
38 39
H
40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48
J
49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57
F
5-8 (10-A)
5-9 (2-B)
UD9
UD8
UD7
UD6
UD5
UD4
UD3
UD1
UD2
PD
SCL
UD0
SDA
1
10 DGND
JACKPOWEN
NC
NC
2
NC
NC
5
NC
NC
9
NC
NC 11
NC
NC 30
NC
NC 49
NC
NC 57
NC
8
SYSINV 55
IREF 25
1
VDD
CE
6
2
NC
GND
5
3
VOUT
ECO
4
C1640
1
VDIG29
NC
R1804
0
C1647
1
R1803
6.8K
5-9 (2-A)
VREFIN 24
PRGDET
R1663
0
VREFOUT 20
C1803
4.7
NC
C1802
0.1
IC1602
R1163D291B
2.9 V REGULATOR
VBATIB
TEST 23
NC 1
SELA
29 34 52 53 13 19 28 35 46 51 10 12 15 21
V1602
15P
R1603
0
4
11 GND
(for Connecter Body)
INDEX
VANA29
VBATIB
A
56 D7
DISPPXL7
5-12 (10-G~H)
NC
NC
22 D0
AVSS
C1707
1
54 FID/VSYNC
AVSS
VDIG29
45 HSYNC
BEVSYNC
DISPPXL0
AVSS
R1724
0
UART-RX
V1653
15P
D1601
RB521G30
C1645
0.1
TDO
TEST 18
IC1800
AK8813P
NTSC ENCODER
43 SYSCLK
BEHSYNC
DVSS
R1723
0
R1704
1M
48
BECLK
NC
DVSS
HPL 15
14
R1664
10
12 GND
(for Connecter Body)
7 17 16 33 32 37 36 40 50 41 42 44 47
DVSS
13
6
DVSS
12
28
AVDD
11
ADSDI
G
C1706
1
AVDD
10
TP1800
NC
/RESET
VCOM
9
NC
8
VDIG29
RA1800
100K
DVDD
7
ADSDO
5-8 (7-F)
NTSC_PD
NTSC_RST
DVDD
BICK
MOUT 17
MUTET 16
HPR
MCLK
BICK
C1705
0.1
DVDD
AVSS
LRCK
AMCLK
MIN 18
HVDD
5
6
LRCK
NC
T_I2CCLKA
C1704
0.1
DVDD
AVDD
CDTI
C1703
0.1
1
AINL2
AINR2
4
1
D1603
RB521G30
2
T_I2CDATA
21
LIN 20
RIN 19
HVSS
SEDO
VREF
IC1700
AK4569
PCM
CODEC
DVSS
CCLK
DVDD
CSN
3
8
37
R1652
0
3 GND
2
AINL1
AINR1
PD N
2
SDTO
1
AKCS
C1709
4.7
3
22
SECLK
AKPD_N
NC
UART0TX
4
23
SDTI
5-11 (3-H)
37
VDIG275
R1644
1M
C1702
4.7
24
VCC(2.9V)
R1807
3.9K
UART0RX
VDIG275
25
7
VDIG275
5-10 (8-B)
C1701
2.2
26
MONO+ST
TDI
ONSWPUEN
R1719
0
27
JEARL
6
C1655
0.1
C1628
1
R1716
0
28
JEARR
5
R1667
100
HIFIDET_N
VANA29
VDIG29
C1700
0.1
4
C1674
680P
TP1606
4
3
C1627
1
HPMUTE_N
R1679
100K
C1716
0.1
JACK
L1600
FERRITE BEADS
5-12 (3-E)
F
JMIC
3
C1654
0.1
Q1602
EMT1
VIB001
VIBLATOR
C1717
0.1
2
L1601
FERRITE BEADS
5-8 (7-F)
VIB1601
CA1609
1
AGND
RA1647
560K
5-8 (7-F)
Q1601
HN1C03 FUZ
1
VBATIB
2
5-10 (8-B)
1
AUXO1
5
1
VDIG275
C1614
0.1
4
R1612
0
4
JK1600
VIDEO OUT/
HANDSFREE
MICROPHONE
CONNECTOR
R1606A
0
TP1609
NC
L1654
600nH
C1644
0.1
C1672
0.047
AUXO1_YMU
E
L1602
FERRITE BEADS
3
5-10 (7-F)
5-8 (7-G)
MIC_GND
C1631
0.1
MIC2P
C1665
0.1
C1667
1
C1652
0.1
R1666
0
TP1604
C1630
100/4
C1664
0.1
C1666
1
5-11 (2-A),
5-8 (12-D)
C1671
0.047
C1613
0.1
R1673
0
5-8 (8-G)
R1658
0
C1629
100/4
C1612
0.001
R1611
3.3K
Y_RESOUT0_N
TP1603
C1634
0.1
NC
NC
5-8 (12-D),
5-11 (3-F)
MIC200
MICROPHONE
NC
NC
28 18 69 37 14 36 43 26 35 61 59 67 52 70 40 60 56 64
5-8 (10-B)
3
AUX1_BIAS
C1619 C1623
0.1
0.1
HPOUT_R
NC
J
HPOUT_L
GPIO3
HPOUTR
GPIO2
NC
GPIO0
GPIO1
NC
G H
72 63 73 65 44 66 57 38 58 54 48 45 42 46 41 62 9 50
F
7 16 25 32 38 44 53 62 71
C1611
0.1
C1625
120P(CH)
PD
MIC2_BIAS
NC
NC
NC
NC
/RD
/WR
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D1
D0
A0
E
8 17 26 33 39 45 54 63 72
EXTOUT
LRCK
C D
9 18 27 34 40 46 55 64 73
8
7
TXOUT
NC
BICK
B
9
CLKI
NC
C1603
0.1
VIBREG_CONT
ADSDO
A
HPOUTL/MONO
IOVDD2
RXIN
FMICLED
R1619
33K
R1617
120K
IOVDD2
IOVDD2
EXTIN
5-10 (7-E)
D2
/CS
NC
SPVDDL
SPVDDR
/IRQ
23 4 13 10 21 11 20 1 17 29 30 31 55 47 68 19 27
C1607
0.1
AVSS
BICK
BICK
IC1600
YMU783C
MOBILE AUDIO
DVDD
DVSS
C1608
1
C1606
1
LRCK
LRCK
DVDD
AVDD
/RST
R1607
0
R1668
0
ADSDO
ADSDO
R1602
0
5-11 (3-G)
VMEM18
C1604
4.7
ADSDI
ADSDI
R1606
0
AMCLK
AMCLK
C1621
0.027
PG
3
1
5-12 (11-D)
R1616
0
7 16 25 6 15 24 5 32 39 34 53 51 49 22 3 12 2 71
33 8
4
NG
R1639
4.7K
SP-R1
SP-R2
R1609
0
PD
C1637
4.7
TP1612
TP1600
VBATIB
VDIG29
1
ND
SPSAVE
STBONOFF
SUROUNDSW
A1
D7
D6
WE_N
D5
OE_N
D4
D3
D2
VDIG29
VANA29
TP1610
R1615
0
CSYMU_N
C
5-12 (11-D)
SP-L2
PS
R1643
3.3M
R1638
1K
SP-L1
R1614
0
R1610
0
5-11 (3-D)
D1
D0
CPU-I/F
AGCONOFF
C1673
4.7
R1648
1K
TP1611
R1613
0
R1651
2.2K
TP1608
STBONOFF
C1800
4.7
VDIG29
R1802
0
1
CE
ECO
6
GND
5
LPMODE_N
5-7 (3-A)
5-8 (12-B)
5-11 (3-B)
C1801
1
C1714
1
VANA29
2 GND
VDIG29
R1720
0
3
VDD
Vout
4
R1711
180
C1720
10
IC1701
MM1671XN
VIDEO AMP.
4
VIN
VSAG
3
5
GND VOUT
2
6
V+
PS
1
C1721
10
C1718
100/4
C1722
100/4
R1717
150
TP1607
R1718
150
C1713
4.7
H
VAMP_PD
VAMP_PD
NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 5-1.
1
2
(
4
3
5
6
7
Waveform numbers of 28 , 37 , 48 are shown on pages 5-4, 5-5.
) : Not Mount
8
10
9
Figure 4 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (4/9)
5 -- 13
5 -- 14
11
12
1
2
3
5 -- 15
4
5
6
NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 5-1.
7
(
8
) : Not Mount
9
10
Figure 5 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (5/9)
5 -- 16
11
L
H
L
L
GSM1800/1900Tx
GSM1900Rx
L
L
L
H
H
L
L
H
H
L
5-15 (4-H)
5-15 (3-A)
5-15 (4-A)
VCCB
3
C022
0.001
4
R002
10K
L101
22nH
2
3
QRB
G
IRB
QRA IRB
QRA
G
G
IRA
IRA
5-17 (3-F)
QRB
C513
0.01
L
GND
5 NC
G
G
16
5-15 (5-H)
GPRFCTRL
15
CLK
C102
5P(CH)
17
DATA
1
18
STROBE
2
C100
47P(CH)
14
GNDVCO
RFHA
GNDPLANE
REON
K
J
H
G
28
32
31
44
46
36
35
38 39 40 41 42 43
34
30
19
21
20
22
23
25
24
GNDVCO
BSEL
TXOLB
GNDSILENT
47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56
45
37
33
24
12
0
20
26
22
NC
1
Q003
RN47A4 JEF
L100
4.7nH
13
12
11 GNDRF
10 IR A
IR B
9
29
GNDVCO
GSM1800Rx
16
4
C101
5P(CH)
IR A
IR B
0
27
9
8
7
23
9
8
7
14 15 16 17 18 19
RFHB
EGSMTx
GND
15
FL100
Rx-SAW
(DCS)
5
3
L110
18nH
F
25
21
13
TXON
EGSMRx
14
1
2
2
C112
47P(CH)
QRA
8
E
D
C
6
5
NC
L
GND
GSM900Tx
13
GSM900Rx
DCS1800Rx
3
WCDMA
GSM1900RX
1
QRB
7
11
6
5
GNDVCO
L
12 DCS1800Tx
11 GND
FL001
ANT SW
MODULE
L111
18nH
C110
47P(CH)
QRA
VCCRF
6
B
4
26
RXON
VCG
VC2
VC1
(ANTSW3) (ANTSW2) (ANTSW1)
C004
47P(CH)
VC1
10 Vdd
4
1
4
QRB
C104
22P(CH)
RFLA
5
4
GNDRF
L
CONTROL LOGIC
C005
0.001
C003
47P(CH)
5
VCG
5
C122
5P(CH)
C111
47P(CH)
3
2
1
NC 39
VCCBUF 37
27
28
29
30
31
GNDVCO 32
TXOLA 33
PCTL 34
GNDVAR 35
VCCVCO 36
C202
0.01
C335
22P(CH)
C356
22P(CH)
C113
22P(CH)
C330
22P(CH)
40 NC
41
GNDBUF 38
GNDVCO
UMTS
G
G
6
7
FL110
Rx-SAW
(GSM)
4
3
2
1
NC
XOOLA
GNDPLL
PS
42 NC
1
1.50V
8
SP031
9 , 10
L301
68nH
SP032
L202
100µH
R222
120
C225
0.0018
C334
22P(CH)
C361
22P(CH)
R223
390
C224
0.0012
C221
0.01
R220
560
G
V_WIVI
G
V_WIVI
5-10
(11-B)
WRFLOOP
5-10 (8-D)
5-10
(11-B)
G
RADCLK
G
RADDAT
G
RADSTR
G
RXON
5-8
(9-F)
VLOOP
G
BSEL0
G
PCTL
G
5-10 (8-D)
G
MODA
G
MODB
G
MODC
5-8
(9-F)
(3-H)
G 5-15
VCCA
G
MODD
(8-D)
5-10
(11-B)
G 5-10
RTEMP
G
TXQB
G
TXQA
G
TXIB
G
TXIA
5-15 (3-H)
5-15 (4-H)
G
RXQA
RXQB
RXIA
RXIB
5-15 (2-A)
5-15 (4-H)
5-16 (11-G)
VCCB
MCLK
5-8 (12-E)
5-10 (8-E)
WDAT
WCLK
VCXOCONT
5-10 (8-C)
VCORE15
5-10 (11-B)
WSTR
5-10 (11-B)
5-15 (3-A)
5-15 (4-H)
5-16 (11-G)
G
TXON
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
SP027
VCCB
16 , 17
R773
15K
C779
150P(CH)
IC100
OM5952AET
RECEIVER/TRANSMISSION IC
FOR GSM
C223
330P
ANTSW3
ANTSW0
VC2
ANT
5-8
(9-F)
9
8
GND
G
3
2
C002
47P(CH)
3
A
NC
RFHD
RFHC
GNDRF
43
R511
470
C515
0.1
1 NC
3
R701
10
1.50V
2
C222
560P
ANTSW1
G
G
5 , 6
RFLB
4
3
4
I
XOOA
WCLK
R702
10
L203
68nH
ANTSW2
WCDMA
GND
L121
12nH
C103
0.01
5-15 (5-H)
Vcc
C331
22P
(CH)
C333
22P(CH)
4
GND
2
XOOC
L122
3.9nH
54
XOOB
5
53
VCCPLL
2
C121
5P(CH)
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
MODD
55
XOOB
MODC
5-8 (9-E)
L351
68nH
6
15
NC
14
SP009
GND
IC501
2
LM20SITLX
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
13
16
17
WON 18
GNDRFVCO 19
GNDTUIF 20
VCCBUS 21
GNDBUS 22
GNDRFPHD 23
Vo
MODB
C324
47P(CH)
1
7
SP028
R711
0
IFLO 25
GNDIFVCO 24
SP029
WDAT
V+
12
11
10
GNDIFPLL
GNDIFPHD
CLK
GNDBB
MODA
C120
47P(CH)
56
46
44
36
32
28
24
NC
C327
33P(CH)
1
12
20
TXOHA
L352
3.3nH
L331
10nH
L120
68nH
NC
PHDOUT
G
C352
47P(CH)
1
4
5
6 NC
C201
0.01
17
FL120
Rx-SAW
(PCS)
1,810.00MHz
L200
68nH
16
3
2
1
MODD
TXOHB
BSEL0
G
15
R304
390
R212
100
R211
100
R210 C205
100 47P(CH)
VTUNE
VAPC
GND
14
R306
390
FL331
HYBRID BALUN
L330
47nH
NC
13
2
3
R305
10
4
5
C226
0.001
5-10 (8-C)
C350
1P(CH)
4
BS
Vsupply
GSM_Pin
VAPC
DCS_PCSin
DCS_PCS out
5
897.50MHz
R335
0
TXQA
12 GND
GSM_Pout
7
GND
11 Vcc
6
Vcc
GND
8
L332
68nH
3
2
6 NC
R213
100
C354
0.5P
(CH)
9
IC300
CX77313
POWER AMP.
MODULE
(FOR GSM)
1
C227
0.001
10 GND
C325
22P
(CH)
C332
33P(CH)
MODC
C362
22P
(CH)
L342
3.3nH
R326
51m
(1/5W)
R301
470
FL330
HYBRID BALUN
9
8
R710
4.7K
XOOA
MODA
G
C341
22P
(CH)
C313
22P
(CH)
R303
470
R302
10
C711
0.0033
R503
0
MODB
PASENSE
5-10 (8-C)
C007
47P
(CH)
C328
22
C363
1P
(CH)
TXQB
L001
22nH
C023
47P(CH)
G
L008
1nH
L201
5.6µH
TXIA
VBATI
NC
FL003
ESD DEVICE
C514
0.01
3
C511
10P(CH)
2
SP004
L502
18nH
1
L503
5.6nH
ANT_IO
G
C512
10P(CH)
5-9 (2-E)
L504
8.2nH
RF_I O
G
21
SP003
SP002
SP001
C503
22P(CH)
5-10 (8-C)
5-15 (5-H)
4
CN901
COAXIAL
CONNECTOR
20
R501
0
C702
22P(CH)
5
CN902
COAXIAL
CONNECTOR
1
L507
68nH
L908
18nH
1
2
3
C501
47P(CH)
R502
680
COAXIAL
CABLE
R510
0
L501
18nH
2
4
C710
150P(CH)
3
4
3
7
6
C703
0.01
6
GND
L506
6.8nH
5
4
C701
0.01
L907
22nH
R604
390
35
31
27
23
0
C704
22P(CH)
L906
2.7nH
RFIN
R605
12
0
27
28
DATA 26
29
R703
0
WSTR_WOPY_WIV
L411
6.8nH
R603
0
C902
1.8P
GND
C507
3P(CH)
C508
4P(CH)
R504
680
C900
4P(CH)
GND
R606
390
L505
6.8nH
3
QIN
2
TXIB
IINBAR
5
6
1
IIN
2
1
NC 56
VCCBB
23
FL500
Tx-RFSAW
(W-CDMA)
9
8
7
38 39 40 41 42 43
34
30
26
22
VCCIFPHD
R901
0
IC630
RF9266
W-CDMA
POWER AMP.
C635
0.001
R617
0
IFBPBAR
VTUNERF
QINBAR
9
8
7
47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56
45
37
6
5
4
PHDIFOUT
C905
2.2P
1
VREG
55
54 IFBP
J
I
H
33
6
5
4
VCCIFPLL
L904
3.9nH
2
VREG
C502
2P(CH)
53 VCCIF
52 MIXOUTBAR
G
29
25
3
2
14 15 16 17 18 19
3
2
GNDIFVCO
22
3
GND
R631
0
51 MIXOUT
F
E
21
13
11
1
1
VCCIFVCO
21
4
VCCBIAS
C509
10P(CH)
C510
0.01
C505
22P(CH)
50 GNDRF
D
C
B
A
30
31
32
33
WRFLOOP
34
IFLOBAR
VCCRFPHD
TXON
1
2
3
SP018
19
SP017
FL420
Rx-IFSAW
(W-CDMA)
C413
1P(CH)
C412
1P(CH)
8
35
XOOB
20
5
VCCBIAS
C626
330P
49 OUTBAR
48 OUT
47 VCCRF
46 GNDTUNERF
4
5
6
FL400
Rx-RFSAW
(W-CDMA)
2110-2170MHz
7
6
4
XOOC
C631
10P(CH)
19 VCC1
18 VCC1
17 GND
16 VCC2
15 VCC2
R632
0
C504
10P(CH)
36
37
38
39
GNDIF
GNDRFVCO
VCCRFVCO
RFLOBAR
40
41
3
2
1
C423
0.0022
C422
0.0022
C441
0.0022
VTUNEIF
ANT901
AERIAL TERMINAL
R904
0
HINGE_B
C632
0.01
6
GND
GND
14 GND
RFOUT
7
GND
VCCDET
1
45
42
GNDRF
13 GND
2
IC620
MAX1820XEBC
DCDC
44
43
GNDRF
6
10
GNDRFLO
R626
33K
7
8
5
4
4
IC700
OM5955ET
W-CDMA
TRANSMITTER IC
C407
22P(CH)
RFLO
8
3
2
C623
10
R401
0
R740
10
GNDRF
3
9
C
3
2
9
C751
22P(CH)
L424
4.7nH
C730
0.01
R730
10
L421
47nH
VCCRFPLL
VDETECT
4
10
1
1
B
A
8
56
C731
22P(CH)
55
R411
1.5K
5
STROBE
9
C622
22P(CH)
5
7
R720
5.6K
54
1
2
C444
0.01
L441
100nH
GNDRFLO
10
FL650
ISOLATOR
6
C624
4.7
C720
0.0056
R721
0
53
4
IFINA
C442
0.0022
VCCIFLO
11
6
1
52
51
5
IFINB
C443
1P
(CH)
SP016
18
SP015
PHDRFOUT
12 GND
C601A
0.5P(CH)
5
2
C627
4.7
L621
4.7µH
4
3
C628
0.001
L423
4.7nH
C404
0.01
50
6
3
7
QRA
VCCLF
C453
0.01
C454
0.01
C425
0.0022
GNDRFPLL
2
G
R627
39K
C741
22P(CH)
49
48
C750
22P(CH)
47
VCCIF
GNDMIX
IFOUTA
RFLOOB
8
QRB
C451
0.01
C452
0.01
NC
GNDIFLO
C602
22P(CH)
R902
0
HINGE_A
WDCDCREF
R628
100K
46
46
44
36
32
9
IRA
IRB 10
C431
22P(CH)
R430
10
11
R760
0
SP022
4
2.71V
2.71V
3
Q701
EC3201 C
C601
0.01
1
BUILT-IN
AERIAL
5-10
(8-C)
G
45
GNDRFLO
44
RFLOOA
C403
22P(CH)
WPOWERSENSE
GNDBYP
C740
0.01
WPAREF
43
VCCRF
IC400
OM5954ET
RECEIVER IC
FOR W-CDMA
14 , 15
42
41
RFOUT
INDBYP
C716
5P(CH)
C715
100P
(CH)
47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56
K
GNDPLL
GNDPHD
GNDTUNE
GNDVCO
45
J
35
31
38 39 40 41 42 43
34
30
VCCPLL
G
G
C714
100P
(CH)
40
39 RXON
38 XOOON
37
H
VCCPHD
C721
390P
5-10 (8-D)
VBATI
L401
2.2nH
SP023
33
G
28
24
VTUNE
5-10 (8-C)
5-16 (9-H)
C402
0.001
C401
22P(CH)
29
F
27
23
PHDOUT
G
4
37 RFI N
36 IFLOB
26
22
20
12
25
9 10
8
E
7
12
13
14
IFOUTB 11
15
L422
47nH
GPRFCTRL
3
TX GND
R431
0
35 REFON
6
21
5
4
D
3
C
14 15 16 17 18 19
13
B
2
1
11
A
VCCVCO
C424
22P(CH)
5-16 (11-D)
2
1
C012
22P(CH)
ANT
RX
DUPLEXER
FL002
33 GNDEME
34 GLNA
0
9
8
VCCRFLO
WCDMA
G
RF_CLKREQ
SP008
7
16
17
C
G
5-16 (10-H)
RF_CLKREQ
5-8 (12-D)
G
6
GNDREF
5
26
CLK
4
25
MIXINB
3
24
XOIB
2
23
XOOB
27
1
22
DATA
CDQ
GNDIF
VCCMIX
VCCREF
21
MIXINA
VCCBUS
GNDBIAS
STROBE
GNDBUS
18
19
20
XOIA
32 IFLOA
28
XOOA
31
30
29
MCLK
V_WIVI
13MHz
GNDLF
C800
0.1
IC800
LP3981ILD
2.8 V REGULATOR
2
1
C414
22P(CH)
5-16 (8-A)
C802
10
3
3
4
C447
0.01
CDI
G
2
F
G
1
X770
C761
120P(CH)
WDAT
SP021
SP020
B
VDDB
G
R809
0
C778
56P(CH)
R811
0
C803
4.7
7
4
C776
5P(CH)
5-16 (11-G)
5-15 (3-A)
VCCB
5-15 (2-A)
5-9 (5-A)
G
G
5
L760
1µH
C760
0.01
D
VCCA
VDDA
R810
0
6
C801
0.033
C777
47P(CH)
C770
0.01
XOOA
XOOB
WCLK
C448
0.01
5-16 (9-A)
5-9 (5-A)
V_WIVI
G
G
R772
10K
5-16 (8-A)
EXTLDO
5-9 (3-A)
H
C773
5P(CH)
R771
10K
VCXOCONT
SP019
A
G
RECEPTION SIGNAL
TRANSMISSION SIGNAL
C772
330P
D770
BBY58-02V
E
R770
1K
WSTR_WOPY_WIVI
R774
1.2K
MAIN PWB-A(5/6)
G
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
902SH
NC
NC
C001
47P(CH)
Waveform numbers of 1 to 11 , 14 to 21 are shown on pages 5-2, 5-3.
12
902SH
MAIN PWB-A(6/6)
C
NC
34
33
DEC5
VSS
35
DEC1
AVDD
55 PCMUL
G
56 MCLK
C142 NC
0.068
57 NC
GPA6 32
NC
GPA7
31
NC
GPA5
30
NC
59 DEC3
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
B
9
C
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
D
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
E
33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
F
41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48
G
49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56
H
57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64
10 11 12 13 15 15 16
24
NC
GPA3 23
NC
GPA2
22
NC
DCLK
21
NC
61 BEARN
VSS
20
DAC01 19
62 VDD
GPA1
VDD
GPA0
11
12
13
14
15
16
C140
0.068
5-8 (12-C)
RESHERTA
M_I2CCLK
5-8 (12-E)
5-9 (3-A)
5-9 (3-F)
G
5-8 (7-F)
DCLK
NC
NC
C150
0.01
10
NC
9
RXSTR
VSS
8
VDD
IRA
7
DEC4
IRB
6
DAC02
QRA
5
NC
IDAT
4
NC
3
QRB
DACDAT 17
DAC03
64 VSS
VDD
DACCLK 18
VSS
63 PCMDL
2
G
25
60 AUXO2
1
M_I2CDAT
G
RESETB 26
I2CCLK
5-8 (7-F)
QDATA
5-8 (12-E)
5-9 (3-A)
G 5-9 (3-F)
I2CDAT 27
A
NC
E
G
QDAT 29
GPA4
58 DEC2
C141
0.068
36
DACSTR 28
54 PCMSYN
D
37
53 BEARP
1
SYSCLK2
38
REXT
CCO
52 VSS
5-8 (12-D)
39
IC101
AB1011
GSM CODEC
51 VSS
NC
NC
40
NC
41
AUXI1
42
GPCLK
43
NC
44
C144 C143
0.068 0.068
ADSTR
NC
45
R140
100K
GPDAT
NC
50 NC
46
MICI P
49 MICI N
NC
47
VSS
NC
48
VDD
B
PCMCLK
C156
0.01
VSS
5-12 (11-A)
R151
0
G
VDD
VDIG275
RECEPTION SIGNAL
R150
0
A
CONFIDENTIAL
SP012
SP014
F
G
G
G
G
IDATA QRB QRA IRB
G
G
RXON
IRA
5-8 (9-F)
5-8 (7-F)
5-16 (11-D)
CN061
BLUETOOTH
AERIAL
TERMINAL
G
BU2_ANT
C062A
4P(CH)
5-9 (2-E)
6
GND
5
GND
4
GND
3
GND
2
OUT
L061A
2.2nH
L061
2.2nH
BT_ANT
5-8 (10-G)
IN 1
C062
1.5P(CH)
C064
1.8P
H
NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 5-1.
1
2
4
3
Figure 6 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (6/9)
5 – 17
5
6
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
MAIN PWB-A
A
B
C
D
IC501
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
Not Connected
2
0.00V
3
Approx.1.35V
4
2.79V
IC630
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
2.55V
2
2.55V
3
0.00V
4
3.84V
5
3.84V
6
0.00V
7*
3.70V
8
1.16V
9
0.00V
10
0.00V
11
0.00V
12
0.00V
13
0.00V
14
0.00V
15
3.70V
16
3.70V
17
0.00V
18
3.70V
19
3.70V
20
0.00V
21
0.00V
22
0.00V
23
0.00V
* Measure condition
Tx Power Power Voltage
21.8dbm 3.84V
E
IC620
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
3.84V
2
2.15V
3
1.23V
4
0.78V
5
0.00V
6
0.00V
7
3.80V
8
3.84V
9
2.79V
10
0.00V
IC1001
PIN NO. VOLTAGE PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
27
0.00V
1.80V
2
28
0.00V
3
29
0.00V
0 1.80V
4
30
0.00V
5
31
0.00V
6
32
0.00V
7
33
0.00V
0.00V
8
34
0.00V
0.00V
9
35
0.00V
0.00V
10
36
0.00V
0.00V
11
37
0.00V
1.80V
12
38
0.00V
2.77V
13
39
0.00V
2.90V
14
40
0.00V
1.80V
15
41
2.77V
16
42
0.00V
0.00V
17
43
0.00V
2.77V
18
44
0.00V
19
45
0.30V
2.77V
20
46
0.00V
1.80V
21
47
0.00V
22
48
23
49
24
50
0.00V
25
51
0.00V
0 1.50V
26
52
0.00V
1.80V
IC1002
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
2.75V
2
0.00V
3
4.20V
4
2.89V
5
0.00V
6
38.71mV
F
IC800
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
2.80V
2
1.66V
3
2.80V
4
0.00V
5
1.14V
6
Approx.2.78V
7
0.00V
IC1201
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
99.11mV
2
18.23mV
3
0.00V
4
18.31mV
IC1204
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
1.50V
2
1.80V
3
0.00V
4
326.32mV
IC1205
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
1.50V
2
2.75V
3
0.00V
4
184.11mV
IC1206
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
4.20V
2
0.00V
3
1.80V
4
132 178mV
5
0.00V
6
4.20V
IC1303
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
16.41mV
2
761.12mV
3
88.53mV
4
469.23mV
5
0.00V
6
0.00V
IC1601
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
0.00V
2
0.00V
3
4.20V
4
33.20mV
5
0.00V
IC1602
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
4.20V
2
0.00V
3
113.25mV
4
0.00V
5
0.00V
6
0.00V
IC1701
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
0.00V
2
0.00V
3
0.00V
4
398.22mV
5
0.00V
6
209.31mV
IC1504
PIN NO. VOLTAGE PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
15
0.00V
1.81V
2
16
4.20V
2.93V
3
17
0.00V
2.89V
4
18
2.50V
2.53V
5
19
4.20V
2.77V
6
20
2.93V
2.77V
7
21
2.89V
0.00V
8
22
2.52V
1.78V
9
23
4.20V
4.20V
10
24
2.93V
4.16V
11
25
0.00V
0.00V
12
26
1.50V
670mV
13
27
1.73V
1.04V
14
28
1.58V
1.04V
IC1603
PIN NO. VOLTAGE PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
424.12mV 17
4.20V
2
457.21mV 18
407.21mV
3
423.21mV 19
621.31mV
4
467.22mV 20
753.11mV
5
0.00V
340.23mV 21
6
22
0.00V
403.21mV
7
230.32mV
265.12mV 23
8
24
495.33mV
4.20V
9
25
131.29mV
0.00V
10
229.12mV 26
0.00V
11
27
0.00V
0.00V
12
0.00V
223.32mV 28
13
2.93V
321.15mV 29
14
30
0.00V
440.23mV
15
176.31mV 31
0.00V
16
32
0.00V
0.00V
IC1700
PIN NO. VOLTAGE PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
15
0.00V
0.00V
2
16
2.93V
0.00V
3
17
0.00V
1.02V
4
18
0.00V
0.00V
5
19
0.00V
0.00V
6
20
0.00V
0.00V
7
21
0.00V
0.00V
8
105.21mV 22
0.00V
9
23
0.00V
0.00V
10
24
2.93V
2.93V
11
25
320.61mV
0.00V
12
26
161.23mV
0.00V
13
27
243.21mV
2.93V
14
28
325.31mV
0.00V
G
SD PWB-C
DISPLAY PWB-B
H
IC3001
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
1.85V
2
0.00V
3
4.20V
4
2.89V
5
0.00V
6
2.77V
IC3002
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
1.81V
2
0.00V
3
4.15V
4
1.85V
5
0.00V
6
2.77V
IC3004
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
1.81V
2
0.00V
3
4.16V
4
2.50V
5
0.00V
6
2.77V
IC3006
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
3.92V
2
1.97V
3
0.00V
4
1.96V
5
3.92V
IC2001
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
4.20V
2
0.00V
3
0.00V
4
0.00V
5
0.00V
6
0.00V
IC2004
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
4.20V
2
0.00V
3
0.00V
4
0.00V
5
0.00V
NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 5-1.
1
2
4
3
Figure 7 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (7/9)
5 – 18
5
6
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
MAIN PWB-A (FRONT SIDE)
MIC200
MICROPHONE
To DISPLAY PWB-B
(REAR SIDE)
A
CN3001 5-25 (3-H)
LED1503
INFRARED DORT
COAXIAL CABLE (161)
B
HINGE_A
(106-7)
R1062
C1407
SP032
R503
C503
SP002
L507 R603
C714 C601
C716 C602
C711
C703
L505
C507
L504
R702 C704
R502
L501
L502
R504
C515 R511
R431
IC501
SP003
C627
C453 C443
C454
L441
C451
C452 L760
C760 C761
C624
C623
C776
C777
C772
C773
R772
C778
C431
R430
C731
C730
R730
R740
C448
C741R770
C447
C770
C751 C750
L411
15
C404
C403
R401
C720
R720
C721
R721
C402
C1684
11
D770
L423
C740
L401
R002
C001
C628 R628
X770
C401
5
R510 C501
C442
IC400
C407
1
C509
C510
C441 R760
FL420
FL400
C413
C005
C004
C003
C002
1
C350
C425
FL001
R627
C444
C354
C352
R501
C414
C412
FL002
C012
C022
C362 C363
L352
L342
C341
SP004
L621
C715
C156
C511 C505
C514 L503
C508
R703
C513
R604
FL500
C632
L506
C631
C626
R626
R411
L421
C328
C422
L422
C424
R1666
R1658
C504 C502
C512
C622
C423
R632
C324
C601A
IC300
FL650
3
IC700
IC620
R617
R302
IC630
C702 R711
C701 C710
R701 R710
SP001
R306
C313
Q003
C142
C227
L202
C226
C225
C327
C331
C325
R326
F
FL330 C332
R631
L351
R301
R303
C333
C330
L331
FL100
L330
C100
L101
4
5 , 6
C101
L100
C102
L121
C141
IC101
SP014
SP012
R150
R220
C221
C201 C140
C144 R140
L200
R335 C143
R151
C635
L332
R606 R605
FL331
C205
C113
R210
R211
R212
R213
FL120
C120
R222
R305
R304
C202
R223
L201
C150
L120
C334
L122 C112
C121 L110
C223
IC100
L111
C110
33
9 , 10
21
20
COAXIAL CABLE (106-8)
R1115
C1400
IC1400
C1016
C803
FL110
C1109
C1410
R1012
C1406
Q1001
R1037
R1013
R1066
R1063
C1013
IC1000
L203 C356 L301C361C222 C224
C335 R810
C122
G
RA1006
R1073 R1074
C1001
C1015
R1055
C1010
R1214
C1209
R1016
R1220
C1225
C1226
C1229
C1211
RA1005
RA1004
RA1010
L424
R771
R1222
C1213
R1223
R1227
RA1003
RA1008
RA1007
RA1009
R1041
R1034
R1234
C1509
IC1200
C1052
IC1100
SP031
C103
C104
C111
E
C1000
R1515
IC1101
R1120 RA1001 C1012
R1525
R1508
Q1210
R1121 C1053
R1061
R1064 RA1002
RA1000
C1515
R1519
C1514
C1512
R1520
C1510
R1516
R1512
C1506
C1221
C1222
C1223
C1207
C1202
R1225
R1221
C1210
C1220
8
7
R1127
COAXIAL
CONNECTOR
C1014
C1507
R1514
C1508
R1557
R1527
R1576
R1509
R1524
C1007
R1103
IC1500
1
5
C1006
C
10
R1065
20
R1109
R1112
C1106
25
R1104
R1128
R1111
C1107 C1108
30
R1518 C1511
C1104 R1110
35
R1662
C1651
R1661
R1260
R1240
15
40
CN902
IC1209
C1259
CN1501
D
HINGE_B
(106-7)
MIC200
MIC201
C1258
27
L008
2
10
20
26
CN1000
CN901
H
This PWB employs lead-free solder.
1
2
COAXIAL
CONNECTOR
FROM
KEY FPC UNIT
PWB-E 5-27 (2-H)
2
4
3
Figure 8 WIRING SIDE P.W.BOARD (1/5)
5 – 19
5
6
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
MAIN PWB-A (REAR SIDE)
BUILT-IN AERIAL
R902
R904
35
R1531 R1529
R1528
SP029
SP023
TP1304 TP1220 TP1221 TP1222
IC1300
22
D1000
C1227
R1217
14
13
CHARGE
TERMINAL
16
IC1001
5
40
41
52
45
R1555 C1542
C1802
R1020
R1024
R1023
C1030
C1212
R1650
C1673
C1647
R1664
R1207
R1205
1
CN1200
BATTERY
TERMINAL
3
TP1207
C1037
R1040
R1300A
TP1205 TP1603
L061A
CN061
BLUETOOTH AERIAL
PWB-K
C062A
19
5
2
TP1204
50
C1301
C1302
R1302A R1304A
R1303A
1 R1301A
10
TP1213
C1240
Q1207
10
35
C062 L061
30
13
15
C1208
C1201
14
20
25
C1035
CN1300
EXTERNAL
CONNECTOR
18
28
C064
L001
C007
R1053
C023
FL003
TP1019 TP1020
R1210
1
C1241 Q1212
27
C1300
R1306A
1
Q1213
1
R1300
R1301
R1302
R1303
R1130
C1303 R1209
6
R1219 TP1200 TP1201
Q1200
Q1300
C1036
3
R1218
C1206
6
4
CN1201
USIM CARD CONNECTOR
IC1201
R1261
3
R1304
IC1002
14 , 15
4
RA1647
R1716 C1723
TP1506
IC1202
D1200
FS1200
3
2
C1038 R1052C1040
C1034
C1029
TP1307
D1202
4
1
C1415
SP021
D1203
V1653
R1663
R1035
C1637
TP1202
TP1218
C1041 R1051
SP022
TP1614
TP1203
TP1219
SP008
TP1210 TP1228 TP1303
37
D1603
R1050
R1634
C1701
JK1600
VIDEO OUT/
HANDS FREE
MICRO PHONE
CONNECTOR
C1709
TP1212 TP1302 TP1231 TP1305 TP1306 TP1021
D1601
R1641
R1807
L1600
C1675
C1674
C1700
C1702
21
R1310
R1638
IC1604R1665
1
22
20
15
R1643
24
R1606A
14
3
C1216
C1214
C1238
R1042
R1246
R1239 R1649
IC1601
R1238 R1648 R1651
R1235
C1642
R1603
C1646
Q1202
C1655 R1667
L1602 C1644
L1654 C1654
C1631
R1639
IC1602
1
IC1700 25
C1640
L1601
10
5
38
R1208
10
3
28
8
33
R1025
C1235
TP1011
6
VIB001
VIBRATOR
R1026
C1028 R1031 R1030 R1057
C1032
R1058
31
25
V1602
1
5
4
3
1
R1571 R1644
Q1000
7
VIB1600
TP1609
5
23
R1803
C1505
C1215
R1574
C1634 C1633
R1245
C1645
R1652
CA1609 D1600
R1224
TP1005
VIB1601
R1241
R1242
48
28
M
C1803
Q1604
Q1605
R1211 C1218
TP1604 TP1605 TP1607
C1236
RA1027
R1565
R1572
TP1606 TP1215 TP1602
TP1206 TP1613
R1046
R1077
TP1800 TP1611 TP1216
TP1012 C1217
TP1217
C1116
TP1225
C1707
C1253
V1117
C1800
C1529
C1531
TP1234 TP1608 TP1601
C1582
R1039
C1232
R1237
TP1014
TP1004
C1005
TP1007
R1559
C1224
C1205
29
C1717 C1716
R1216
R1539
R1540
TP1400
IC1505
TP1223
R1563
R1226
C1004
R1056
C1031
TP1017
TP1015
TP1016
R1068
R1530
R1802
RA1800
R1804
R1561
R1560
R1523
C1526
C1523
C1527
R1537
C1009
TP1018
C1008
TP1009
R1067
V1047
C1705
C1704
C1703
C1255 C1706
R1258 R1316
SP017
SP016
R1029
R1704
V1045
R1070
R1069
R1719
V1311
C1307
TP1503
R1256
R1232
TP1502
R1575
R1215
TP1002
R1021
C1587
R1532
26
R1547
L1201
R1506
R1504
R1503
R1502
R1505
R1562
30
25
C1204
R1059
TP1006
TP1500 TP1022
TP1308
TP1505
R1564
R1723
R1724
R1554
RA1561
15
35
43
R1206
C1203
R1544
V1551
V1552
V1553
R1711
R1517
40
20
X1500 C1517
R1538
Q1002
IC1205
C800 C802
C1411
R1075
TP1226
R1312
1
R1542
R1543
R1507
CN1500 C1502
C1503
IC1701 R1511
R1522
L1566
C1718
C1504
R1011
C1239
R1247
C1250
C1714 C1513
C1671
C1245
R1541
45
R1533
28
L1500A
L1501
V1501
V1500
5
10
C1801
C1518
TP1013
TP1209
16 , 17
36
32
27
FL1501
FL1500
7
R1076 X1000
TP1024
R1071
R1017
C1230
Q701
SP015
4
TP1504R1060
TP1233
SP018 SP009
C1244 IC1203
Q1203
R1315
1
TP1227
R1230
C1231
C1228
SP027
SP028
18
R1717
R1718
C1722
L1567
C1252
IC1206
R1628
C1628
R1678
R1615
R1616
R1613
R1610
C801
R809
1
TP1232
TP1235
C1247
6
TP1003
R773
C779
TP1612
19
R1573
C1680
C1002
TP1507
SP019
Q1206 R1213
IC800
R811
R774
4
C1525
R1556 D1201
L1500
R1047
R1266
C1011
C1251 C1003
R1255
TP1501
3
4
TP1229
TP1610
R1212
2
C1413 R1038R14013
TP1010
6
50
1
IC1800
25
C1530
C1050
C1408 C1401
R1244 TP1236
40
LED1200
42 SMALL
LIGHT
12 , 13
30
C1721
C1713
3
R1806
R1720
5
20
21
RA1018
RA1028
R1101
C1412
R1036
R1102
C1249
TP1237
Q1211
TP1211
1
RA1547
C1554
8
IC1504
IC1600
R1403
RA1017
C1404
C1720
R1032
4
3
2
10
IC1004
C1051
IC1103
39
TP1301
C1532
15
IC1104
IC1105
TP1230
C1260
R1201 R1263
R1548
14
R1229
R1248
C1405
R1402
C1403
C1402
C1409
C1672
22
SP020
R1306
R1308
R1307
R1305
1
R1631
TP1600
R1100
IC1005
IC1106
5
C1555
RA1500
1
32
R1049
IC1003
TP1008
IC1303
45 44
C1516
C1246
C1414
C1519
R1033
8
30
25
R1546 R1510
R1620
C1622
C1612
R1611
C1017
TP1023
C1305
C1304
IC1603
R1673
R1107
R1108
R1054
R1668
C1524
C1521
R1526
R1534
10 9
3
6
IC1204
1
24
R1657
R1048
R1045
R1119
R1625
R1626
C1625
C1664 C1665
C1606
R1578
20
4
C1623 C1619C1611
16 15
17
C1679
C1681
R1659
C1678
C1677
C1650
R1653
C1648
C1632
R1646
C1624
R1645
R1106
C1607 R1609
R1606 C1608
R1602
C1603
C1614 R1612
C1652
R1617
C1111 C1110 C1112 C1113
C1667
C1613
C1666
R1614
C1635
R1655
R1656
C1676
R1660
R1200
C1627
Q1601
C1629
C1630
R1622
R1623
C1605 R1624
C1620
C1626
R1618
R1607
C1682
R1203
V1416 R1317
Q1301 C1306 Q1201
R1309 Q1215
Q1214
R1264
R1265
C1200
R1262
5-27 (3-C)
FROM
SD P.W.B.
CONNECT
FPC PWB-H
R1545 R1550
26
CA1521
41
Q1208
Q1602
L908
C1602
C1601
R1636
R1642 C1604 C1528
C1621
R1619
R1114
C900
Q1205
R1627
L904
IC1401
34
IC1502
Q1209 Q1204
R1679
C905
R1630
R1635
C1610
C1600
R1621
R1551
L907
L906
R1549
R1570
R901
C902
C1520
R1558
BUILT-IN
AERIAL
TERMINAL
ANT901
BLUETOOTH
AERIAL TERMINAL
CHARGE 17
TERMINAL
15
This PWB employs lead-free solder.
Waveform numbers of 1 to 45 , 48 are shown on pages 5-2 to 5-6.
7
8
10
9
Figure 9 WIRING SIDE P.W.BOARD (2/5)
5 – 20
11
12
CONFIDENTIAL
902SH
RECEPTION SIGNAL
SPEAKER SIGNAL
SPEAKER FPC
PWB-G
VUDIG29
TP3019
MR SENSOR
SP2001
STEREO
SPEAKER (R)
10
8
5
4
3
2
TP3007
1
2.2K
LED FPC UNIT
PWB-F
TP3054
TP3055
EP1000
EARPIECE
R3016A
0
TP3008
C3002
15P (CH)
C3003
15P (CH)
TP3025
SE_CK
SE_LD1
SE_DO
SE_DI_
LCDRST_M
C3089
15P (CH)
C3090
15P (CH)
C3083
0.1
NC
TP3024
TP3053
NC
NC
28 46 82 41 27 57 63 51 39 78 79 80
M 97
98
99
100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108
L 85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
K 73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
30
GSPB
GCK
UD
GOE
INIT
VDD_OUT
29
67
68
73
74
85
62
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
J 67
68
69
70
71
72
H 61
62
63
64
65
66
G 55
56
57
58
59
60
F 49
50
51
52
53
54
E 43
D 37
C 25
B 13
A
44
38
26
14
46
45
27
15
29
28
17
16
30
18
31
19
32
20
33
41
21
34
42
36
35
22
SSPB
SCK
SCKB
PCTL
PVOUT
LR
AVOUT1_R
AVOUT2_R
AVOUT3_R
AVOUT4_R
AVOUT1_G
AVOUT2_G
AVOUT3_G
AVOUT4_G
AVOUT1_B
AVOUT2_B
AVOUT3_B
AVOUT4_B
48
47
40
39
24
23
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
20
86
98
87
99
90
77
102
91
103
92
104
93
105
94
106
95
107
96
19
18
17
16
15
14
1
8
13
2
7
12
3
6
11
4
5
10
1
8
9
8
2
7
7
3
6
4
5
6
5
4
3
2
1
RH-IXA040AF01L
13 14 26 25 61 56 49 50 38 37 44 45 43 10189 88100
75 1 12 108 97
65 64
EXT1 76
69
EXT2
NC
NC
7
6
5
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
GCK
UD
GOE
INIT
VDD
SSPB
VSS
SCK
SCKB
PCTL
PVID2
PVID1
LR
VR1
VR2
VR3
VR4
VG1
VG2
VG3
VG4
VB1
VB2
VB3
VB4
TCOM1
31
IC3006
TC7SZ08F
LOGIC
TP3037
LCDIN T
LCDRST
GND
R3015
1K
4
C3071
0.001
8
TCOM2
GVSS
GSPB
81 30 33 29
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
C
TP3036
3
COM
55
VEE_OUT
IXA040
C1P
C1N
C2P
C2N
C3P
C3N
C4P
C4N
VDC2
VIN2
V49_OUT
VDD_AIO
V51_OUT
PVOPL
PVOPH
PVONL
PVONH
TP3009
DCLK
HSYNC
VSYNC
R0
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
G0
G1
G2
G3
G4
G5
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
SCLEG0
SCLEG1
SCLK
SCS
SDI
SDO
NRESET
EDO
EDI
ECLK
ECS
15 31
TEST0
TEST1
TEST2
TEST3
R0
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
G0
G1
G2
G3
G4
G5
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
16
17
5
18
6
19
7
20
8
21
9
22
10
23
11
24
36
42
47
48
53
52
58
60
59
54
72
66
71
70
84
83
STATUS0
STATUS1
BATT1200
BACK-UP
BATTERY
R3017A
0
R3037
8.2
DCLK
HSYNC_M
VSYNC_M
NC
NC
NC
R3000
8.2
XEAR
EAR
2 4 35 32 34 40
9
C3004
470P (CH)
C3005
470P (CH)
C3010
470P (CH)
C3011
470P (CH)
CN3003
B
VUDIG29
SP2000
STEREO
SPEAKER (L)
GND_D
GND_D
GND_D
GND_PLL
GND_DC1
GND_DC2
GND_DC3
GND_VREF
GND_5
GND_DAC1
GND_DAC2
GND_DAC3
R3002A
0
R3000A
0
V18_SEL
V18_OUT
R3051
1
R3053
1
R3003A
0
R3052
1
6
GND
VCC
FLIP_R
SP-R2
SP-R1
SP-L2
SP-L1
VCCR
NC
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
SP-R2
SP-R1
SP-L2
SP-L1
7
R3001A
0
R3054
1
NC
VDD
GND
OUT
VCCR
A
VUDIG29 VUDIG18
R3059
0
NC
VIN
VDD_DIO
VDD_DIO
VDD_DCORE
VDD_DCORE
VDD_PLL
DISPLAY PWB-B
902SH
3
2
5
VCC
1
CN3001
R3044
0
R3003
10
36
35
33
LCDRST
LCDINT
32
31
30
R3004
10
R3008A
0
VDON
VDWAIT
M_LCD_I2CCLK
M_LCD_I2CDAT
LVSIN
28
27
26
25
D1
D0
D3
D4
D6
D5
D7
D2
VSYNC
HSYNC
PCLK
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
TP3057
TP3056
TP3059
TP3060
TP3062
TP3061
TP3063
TP3058
TP3064
TP3065
TP3066
I2CCLKA
I2CDATA
12
11
10
TP3002
C3032
0.1
29
46
R3008
0
LCDCLK
1 4
2
3
TP3067
TP3068
L3011
82nH
M_LCD_I2CDAT
M_LCD_I2CCLK
TP3032
TP3033
8
VCCR
6
5
TXDTP
TXDTN
TXCKP
TXCKN
4
3
2
1
L3009
82nH
L3010
82nH
L3012
82nH
36
VD0N
134 RXDTP
135 RXDTN
153 RXCKP
154 RXCKN
136 VDWAIT_B
169 GSR
156
70
62
SDA
SCL
DUMMY
16 DUMMY
161 DUMMY
176 DUMMY
1
TP3010
41
ESD
V3143
100P
4
5
6
39 48 57 58 60 77 84 100 119 121 123 129
7
8
9
10
11
12
15
14
13
A
CORE
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
B
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
C
33
34
D
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
51
E
F
65
52
66
53
67
54
68
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
69
35
36
49
50
63
62
71
70
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
H
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
I
90
98
J
97
K
105 106
113 114
L
M
N
O
P
127 128
91
99
92
93
95
94
96
100
101 102
103 104
107 108
109 110
111 112
115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124
129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138
141 142
125 126
139 140
143 144
67
68
GDATA4
GDATA1
GDATA5
GDATA3
90
RDATA3
RDATA1
RDATA2
RDATA0
RDATA4
RDATA5
106
DCLK
HSYNC
VSYNC
SE_DI/PORT6
SE_DO/PORT0
SE_CK/PORT1
SE_LD1/PORT2
SE_LD2/PORT3
SE_LD3/PORT4
SE_LD4/PORT5
PWM0/PORT7
PWM1/PORT8
PWMLCD/PORT9
127
72
73
52
75
64
G
51
GDATA0
GDATA2
BDATA0
BDATA3
16
D
PLLDIV0
49 PLLDIV1
35 PLLDIV2
50 XIN/SCANCK
7 OSCIN
23 OSCOUT
NC
102 GPCLK
R3012
100
R3013
100
R3014
220K
47
POW_CE
9
7
VDON
TXDTP
TXDTN
TXCKP
TXCKN
VDWAIT
TP3003
TP3048
TP3049
TP3050
TP3051
TP3031
R3056
100
C3038
0.1
3
BDATA4
BDATA5
BDATA2
BDATA1
82
73
66
81
91
83
98
105
97
107
114
RA3010
100
BD4
BD5
BD2
BD1
BD5
BD3
BD2
BD1
GD0
GD2
BD0
BD3
BD4
GD2
GD3
GD0
GD4
GD1
GD5
GD3
GD4
GD5
GD1
BD0
RD3
RD1
RD2
RD0
RD4
RD5
RD3
1
RD1
2
RD2
3
RD0
4
RD4
RD5 R3017
100
R3024
R3018
100
100
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
B5
B3
B2
6
B1
5
RA3011
100 B4
8
G2
7
G3
6
G0
5
RA3012
100 G4
8
G5
7
G1
6
B0
5
RA3013
100 R3
8
R1
7
R2
6
R0
5
R4
R5
3
7
4
3
6
4
5
1
8
2
7
3
6
4
5
1
8
2
7
3
6
4
5
1
8
2
7
3
6
4
5
148
130
151
167
150
R3021
56K
VUDIG29
VUDIG18
GPI5
GPI4
GPI3
GPI2
GPI1
GPI0
93 109 54 55 59 61 76 85 92 101 108 116 118 122 120 69 56
38 41 37 34 17 3 19 4 20 40 22 6 21
131 117 42 24 80 104 53 74 141 142 99 155
LR38866
TP3011
7
8
9
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
NC
29
30
31
32
33
R3019
0
R3055
1M
VUDIG18
C3056
10
34
35
36
37
C3053
10
38
39
D3000
RB521S30
R3009
0
79
6
10
R3063
0
145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160
161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176
5
C3066
4.7
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
G0
G1
G2
G3
G4
G5
R0
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
DCLK
HSYNC_M
VSYNC_M
SE_DI
SE_DO
SE_CK
SE_LD1
147
164
149
2
8
2
115
162
NC
C3044
NC
15P (CH)
NC
NC
NC VUDIG29
NC
1
1
128
165
60
R3062
0
8
7
40
41
C3057
1
C3058
1
63
132
C3050
1/16
168
133
42
C3067
1
C3068
1
C3059
100P (CH)
152
NC
TP3018
D3003
RB520S30
TP3012
C3062
4.7
44
45
46
47
48
NC
LCDRST_M
43
49
50
C3069
4.7
51
C3070
4.7/10
53
52
54
55
TP3005
56
VUDIG18
57
C3063
2.2
R3006
0
VUDIG29
R3038
0
LVSIN
F
LCD-C BUS &etc
C3072
10
58
59
C3064
4.7
CN3000
T-COM
T-COM
TFT-COM
COMC
COMC
COMDC
VCOMH
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
G0
G1
G2
G3
G4
G5
R0
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
DCLK
HSY
VSY
SO
SI
SCLK
CS
RESET
VCC
GND
GND
VDC
VDC
COM2
VCL AM
VSS2
VSS1
NC
VDD2
C5C5+
C4C4+
C3C3+
C2C2+
C1C1+
VDC2
VDC2
VR
VS
VS
LCD3000
MAIN DISPLAY
37
2
GPO11
GPO10
GPO9
GPO8
GPO7
GPO6
GPO5
GPO4
GPO3
GPO2
GPO1
GPO0
34
39
38
1
NC
NC
NC
NC
BLED+
BLEDLCDRST
LCDINT
FLIP_R
VDON
VDWAIT
SCL(LCD
SDA(LCD
LVSIN
D1(CAMPXL0)
D0(CAMPXL0)
D3(CAMPXL0)
D4(CAMPXL0)
D6(CAMPXL0)
D5(CAMPXL0)
D7(CAMPXL0)
D2(CAMPXL0)
VSYNC
HSYNC
PCCLK
SYSCLK
SCL(CAM
SDA(CAM
SUBCAMTEMP
POW_CE
POW_ECO
BATTCAM
BATTLCD
VCCR
VTX1DP
VTX1DN
VTX1CKP
VTX1CKN
R3010
0
C
NTCLK
BSCLK/DCLK_NT
BSPIXEL0/NDATA0
BSPIXEL1/NDATA1
BSPIXEL2/NDATA2
BSPIXEL3/NDATA3
BSPIXEL4/NDATA4
BSPIXEL5/NDATA5
BSPIXEL6/NDATA6
BSPIXEL7/NDATA7
BSVS_B/VSYNC_NT
BSHS_B/HSYNC_NT
BSBLK_B
E
40
B
C3055
4.7
25 44 45 26 10 27 46 12 31 28 13 9 43 29 15 47
TESTI
SCANEN
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GNDVD
GNDPLL
GNDOSC
FROM
COAXIAL
CABLE
5-12 (12-E)
SP-L1
SP-L2
SP-R1
SP-R2
EAR
XEAR
V3018
100P
D
C3036
0.1
42
IC3000
LR38866
DISPLAY
CONTROLLER
C3060
100P
(CH)
5
NC
NC
NC
NC
C3035
0.1
D3002
RB521S30
VUDIG18
TP3004
VDDOSC
VDDIOB
VDDIOB
65 VDDIOB
89 VDDIOB
113 VDDIOB
163 VDDIOC
166 VDDIOC
11 VDDIOD
14 VDDIOD
88 VDDIOA
112 VDDIOA
144 VDDIOA
172 VDDIOA
2 VDDCORE
18 VDDCORE
30 VDDCORE
64 VDDCORE
145 VDDCORE
146 VDDCORE
159 VDDCORE
175 VDDCORE
170 VDDVD
32 VDDPLL
8
33
C3052
0.01
171 72 138 71 157 174 158 173 137 160 143 140 139 125 124 126 110 111 103 95 94 86 96 87 78
R3002
0
RESET_B
LCDINT
MAGBUSY
WAIT_B
CS_B
RD_B
WR_B
BUFOFF_B
RSP
DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7
DB8
DB9
DB10
NC
NC
DB11
NC
NC
DB12
NC
NC
DB13
NC
NC
DB14
NC
NC
DB15
NC
NC
NC SUBDB0
NC
NC SUBDB1
NC
NC SUBDB2
NC
NC SUBDB3
NC
NC SUBDB4
NC
NC SUBDB5
NC
SUBDB6
SUBDB7
SUBCKS/SUBGPO0
SUBCK/SUBGPO1
SUBRS/SUBGPO2
SUBCS_B/SUBGPO3
SUBWR_B/SUBGPO4
SUBRD_B/SUBGPO5
SUBFLMIN
SUBLPIN
VBATIB
R3026
0
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
C3034
0.1
NC
NC
VUDIG29
61
TP1
DGND
TP2
HVDD
TP3
VSYNC
SUB CAMERA BUS
49 , 50
I2CDATA
I2CCLKA
D2
D3
10
GND
OUT4 IN4
5
OUT3 IN3
6
OUT2 IN2
7
OUT1 IN1
8
GND
9
D4
R3025
0
D5
D6
D7
R3023
0
R3100
0
1
VBATIB
C3019
1
CE
ECO
IC3002
R1162D181D5
REGULATOR
6
2
GND
GND
5
3
VDD
Vout
4
VUDIG29
1
CE
ECO
6
2
GND
GND
5
R3001 TP3026
0
3
R3103
0
1
VBATIB
CE
ECO
VDD
C3025
1
Vout
R3104
0
TP3027
2
GND
GND
5
3
VDD
Vout
4
C3042
1
4
C3026
1
8
C3043
1
VSYNC
PCLK
HSYNC
7
3
6
4
5
4
5
3
6
2
7
1
R3040
10
8
C3012
10
10
GND
5
OUT4 IN4
6
OUT3 IN3
7
OUT2 IN2
8
NC OUT1 IN1
GND
9
5
6
7
) : Not Mount
RSTB
TP13
AVDD
TP14
C3112
10
AGND
CREFP
TP16
CREFN
TP17
SDA(CAM)
TP18
STDBY
TP19
SCL(CAM)
TP20
XI
49 , 50
4
3
2
1
TP21 PCLK
TP22 HSYNC
NC
VUDIG25
FL3001
EMI FILTER
TP23
DVDD
C3013
10
Waveform numbers of 46 , 47 , 49 , 50 are shown on pages 5-2, 5-3.
8
10
9
Figure 10 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (8/9)
5 -- 21
C3111
10
R3016
0
(
4
3
TP12
TP15
TP3034
NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 5-1.
2
2
TP3028
R3106
0
POW_ECO
1
TP8
D4(CAMPXL0)
TP9
D5(CAMPXL0)
TP10 D6(CAMPXL0)
TP11 D7(CAMPXL0)
FL3002
EMI FILTER
VUDIG25
R3107
0
TP3035
H
49 , 50
6
VUDIG18
VBATIB
C3020
1
1
IC3004
R1162D251D
REGULATOR
VUDIG29
D3(CAMPXL0)
D1(CAMPXL0)
D0(CAMPXL0)
D2(CAMPXL0)
VUDIG25
C3065
0.1
VUDIG29
IC3001
R1162D291D
2.9 V REGULATOR
FL3003
EMI FILTER
4
3
2
1
XRESET_
XRESET
VUDIG18
G
TP7
TP5
TP4
TP6
1
2
3
4
SUB CAMERA UNIT PWB-D
9
GND
OUT1 IN1
8
OUT2 IN2
7
OUT3 IN3
6
OUT4 IN4
5
GND
10
D0
D1
5 -- 22
11
12
CONFIDENTIAL
902SH
VBATIB
VROUT
VSS
EN
5
VIN
1
C2016
1
2
IC2001
R1161D291D
SD POWER
CONTROL
R2023
0
CAMERA UNIT PWB-J
R2010
0
VBATIB
3
SD PWB-C
R2021
0
C2020
1
VDOUT
TP2026
NC
4
902SH
CE
IC2004
XC640231
REGULATOR
2
NC
NC
GND
5
C2000
4.7
TP2005
TP2003
CN2002
40
ZMPEN
VOUT
ECO
R2015
0
C2001
4.7
IC2003
BD6030
COMPOUND
POWER SUPPLY 3
1
SDDAT1
2
SDDAT0
3
CN2001
MEMORY CARD
CONNECTOR
SDPWR
4
3
2
1
5
6
7
8
R2006
100K
R2004
10K
NC
R2002
47
3
PD
NC
10
4
NC
VOUT
9
5
VSEL
NC
8
4
VBAT
NC
VDD4(-8V)
NC
C2015
1
NC
7
NC
6
D
5
3
G
S
4
VRX2DN
FLOW
NC
8
33
SDA
Y7
32
Y6
Y5
9
31
Y4
Y3
10
30
Y2
Y1
11
RSTN
12
VS
13
RSTGA
27
HREF2
26
DAS
25
STSEL1
24
DSP_INT2
23
AGND
22
CIOVDD
21
GND(DSP)
AVDD
14
VDD(1.8V)
15
HIOVDD
16
GND(DSP)
17
EXCKI
18
GND(DSP)
19
RCLK
20
R2017
1K
C2026
1
SDDATA1
SDDATA0
6
SDDATA3
R2016
0
4
5
SDDATA2
NC
C2021
2.2
VBAT2
29
VBAT3
VBATP
35
SW
CUR
VNEG
CURSENS
VDIG29(2.9V)
1
2
3
4
5
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
B
8
9
10 11 12
13
14
7
C
15
16
17
18
D
19
20
21
22
E
23
24
25
26
F
27
28
29 30 31
32
33
G
34
35
36 37 38
39
40
VIO
REG1CNT 37
REG2CNT 30
40
34
24 13
BDRST
6
SEDO
DATA 11
SECLK
5
C2046
0.1
3
32
GNDP
9
GND3
21
GND2
VREF 25
GND1
7
NC
1
BDCE
STRB 12
CLK
NC
VPLUS12
T4
38
GNDT1
VPLUS11
4
C2023
0.1
RSTB
31
VOUT2(1.8V)
VOUT2 22
C2028
4.7
17
36
6
VOUT1(3.0V)
VOUT1 14
C2027
1
VBAT1
GNDT3
L2002
4.7µH
C2006
4.7
C2010
4.7
16
17
18
VDIG29
D2003
RB520S30
2
TP2006
C2029
4.7
VIN
TEST2
18
R2020
0
VDD3(+15V)
CAMP 39
IC2002
BD6020
COMPOUND
POWER SUPPLY 2
SENSP2
R2019
0
TP2004
33
26
NC
19
C2011
4.7
FS2000
1.25A
SDPWR
SDDET_N
SENSP1
8
10
SENSN2
20
16
TRSW
23 15
R2000
100
R2018
0
VDIG29
TP2024
T2
GND
VRX2DP
L2008
82nH
C2017
4.7
D
D
L2004
4.7µH
D
2
C2014
0.47
GND
VRX2CKN
L2007
82nH
6
7
1
8
9
10
8
7
3
D2001
RB520S30
D
VRX2CKP
L2006
82nH
GAINT
D2005
RB551V30
19
GND
L2005
82nH
I2CCLKB
IOCTRL
Q2002
FDG312 P
1
2
20
GND
7
Y0
R2022
100
COM
6
SCL
29
NC
SDDET_N
5
STBY-P2
STBY-P1
28
TEST
GND
PW-CLK
STBYP3
11
SENSN1
GND
VDD(DRIVER)
12
CNTOUT
SDDAT2
R2001
100
11
SDDAT3
36
NC 34
VSUB
12
C
4
VL(-8V)
VNEG
13
SDCMD
DN
37
GND
C2013
0.1
14
VSS(GND)
3
NC
6
15
VDD
VSS(GND)
2
DP
NC 35
VDIG29
R2003
0
VDD
1
CKN
VH(+15V)
2
SDCMD
SDCLK
SDCLK
CKP
NC
1
5
VSS(GND)
NC
GND(DRIVER)
38
I2CDATB
VSEL2
B
NC 39
4
3
TP2027
R2014
0
C2047
0.1
A
VIN
6
1
SDEN
C2022
0.1
27
28
R2005
0
CN2003
9
SEDO
SEDO
1
SECLK
2
DC_B
3
SECLK
SLCDDC
LCD2000
SUB
DISPLAY
SLCDCE
SCEB
4
RESETB
5
VDD
6
SLCDRST
E
R2024
0
C2004
0.1
7
VLCDIN
C2031
0.1
8
GND
C2003
0.1
10
VBATIB
FS2001
0.63A
TP2007
VDIG29
VBATIB
C2019
4.7
VDIG29
LED2006
NECW008A
WHITE
VDIG29
TP2008
VBATIB
L2001
4.7µH
R2013
0
BLED-
LEDRST
GND
BLED+
GND
36
SDPWR
SDPWR
GND
BLED-
5-24 (9-H)
1
DC_B
SDDATA3
BDRST
SECLK
SDDATA1
SCEB
10
LEDR
2
LEDG
6
11
LEDB
42
SW
45
VPLUS11
MOBILE LIGHT
SEDO
D2002
RB520S30
26
VPLUS12
41
BLED
TP2015
34
FLED
SLCDCE
TP2002
D2000
RB520S30
TP2016
NC 36
TP2001
37
TP2017
6
7
8
5
6
7
8
B
9
10
11 12
13
14
C
15 16
17 18
19
D
20 21
22
23
E
24 25
26
27
F
28 29
30
31
G
32 33
34
35 36 37
38
H
39 40
41 42
43 44 45
46
CN2000
TP2021
5-23 (2-F)
5-23 (2-E)
H
NC
CAMN
CLK
46
T4
T3
8
39 30
9
3
35
SEDO
LEDLD
24
C2045
0.1
SECLK
25
FRP
29
ERROUT
33
NC
LSO11
5
NC
LSO12
6
NC
WVOUT
7
VREF
31
LEDCTL
32
C2025
0.1
23 43
R2011
120K
SLED-
BLED+
52 51
1
28
BLED-
NC
NC
5
4
VNEG
T2
R2008
3.3
NC
CAP3
4
3
40
DATA
MAIN LED-
SPSP+
SLCDRST
SUB LED-
SDDET_N
SDEN
SDEN
TP2020
SLCDRST
C2009
0.47
27 28
SDCLK
26
SDDET_N
BDCE
MIAN/SUB LED+
BDCE
24 23 22 21
SDDATA2
SDCLK
TP2019
25
29
SDDATA2
CAMP
3
2
LEDRST
RSTB
STRB
SBD
T1
20
TP2018
BDRST
SDDATA3
CAPN2
2
1
SLCDDC
SDDATA0
CAPP1
1
A
TP2014
NC
NC
VPLUS2
4
SECLK
SDCMD
SENSN
21
5
BLUE
TXON_N
17 16
SDDATA0
SEDO
16
C2024
0.1
27 38
IC2005
BD6015GU
COMPOUND POWER SUPPLY 1
GREEN
2
19 18
35
32 33 34
31
SDDATA1
30
SDCMD
LEDLD
SENSP
RED
3
LEDLD
GND
GND
TRSW
15
CAPP2
4
R2012
10K
12
22 17
GNDP
BATTBB
R2009
0.1
14 19
13
GND3
BLED+
S 4
20 18
44
GND2
37 38
5-24 (8-H)
G
4
GND1
BATTBB
LEDRST
TP2022
7
8
9
BATTBB
11 10
VCC
BATTBB
BATTBB
C2007
1
TP2025
TP2013
LED2005
GM56281A
13 12
VCC
VCC
3
TP2010
TP2012
15 14
44
39 40 41 42 43
GAINT
5
TP2011
FLOW
GAINT
VCC
6
D
CAPN1
3
I2CDATB
ZMPEN
ZMPEN
D
D
TP2009
TEST
FLOW
RSTGA
D
2
VIO
TXON_N
LVDSDP
I2CCLKB
1
CPIN
2
GND
5
VRX2DP
RSTGA
TP2023
LVDSDN
Q2005
MCH6413
D2004
RB551V30
IREF
1
GND
I2CCLKB
(2MCAM)
I2CDATB
(2MCAM)
VBAT2
50
47 48 49
VRX2DN
TP2000
EXCKI
LVDSCKP
VRX2CKP
G
C2018
4.7
L2003
4.7µH
VBAT1
54
LVDSCKN
45 46
53
VRX2CKN
F
C2008
4.7
5-24 (8-H)
6
SLED-
FS2002
1.25A
5-24 (8-H)
C2012
2.2
BLED+
5-23 (4-G)
FROM
SD P.W.B CONNECT
FPC PWB-H
5-11 (2-H)
NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 5-1.
1
2
(
4
3
5
6
7
) : Not Mount
8
10
9
Figure 11 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (9/9)
5 -- 23
5 -- 24
11
12
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
EP1000
EARPIECE
A
TP3055
TP3054
DISPLAY PWB-B
(FRONT SIDE)
B
TP3035
TP3002
TP3005
TP3012
TP3033
TP3034
C
TP3004
TP3049
TP3031
TP3019
TP3051
D
TP3064
TP3066
TP3056
TP3065
TP3058 TP3057
TP3061
TP3053
TP3025
TP3059
TP3036
TP3048
TP3050
TP3003
TP3032
TP3037
TP3067
TP3062 TP3063 TP3068
TP3060
This PWB employs lead-free solder.
49 , 50
1
This PWB employs lead-free solder.
1
2
R3016A
C3003
TP21
TP22
TP12
15
20
D3000
C3057
C3025
C3043 R3107
4
TP3011
TP3028
TP3027
R3008
R3015 L3012
L3009
L3010
R3059
L3011
R3012 R3013
R3003
1
IC3004
3
1
C3042
3
4
C3019
6
1
R3100
C3070
C3056
10
C3071
C3038
3
6
R3103
6
R3106
C3020 R3001
R3025
R3023
C3065
R3014
R3009
4
IC3002
46
IC3001
TP3007
C3050
C3067
C3068
R3008A
CN3001
H
RA3010
RA3011
C3055
C3066
C3062
D3003
C3063
5
C3035
V3018
V3143
C3034
R3056
C3036
R3104
C3026
25
30
R3052 R3003A C3010
8
40
35
TP3053
R3002A
R3054
R3001A
R3053
R3000A
CN3003
R3026
R3019
C3059
C3064
TP3018
IC3000
C3004
59
G
C3032
47
R3051
C3011
55
C3053
50
IC3006
C3090
C3083
D3002
C3052
C3069
45
C3058
40
SOLDER
R3002 R3006 R3004
RA3012
RA3013
C3044
R3024
R3017
R3055
35
TP3026
C3005
CN3000
25
30
C3089
TP3010
R3010
TP3024
15
20
C3060 R3063 R3062
10
5-27 (4-G)
FROM
LCD 3000
MAIN DISPLAY
DISPLAY PWB-B
(REAR SIDE)
TP3009
R3044
FL3001
SOLDER
TP3008
R3018
R3021
FL3002
FL3003
5
C3111 C3112
R3040 R3016
R3038
1
TP14
TP13
TP23
TP15
TP16
TP17
TP18
TP19
TP20
C3012
C3072
2
C3013
TP1
TP11
TP4
TP5
TP2
TP7
TP8
TP10
TP9
TP3
TP6
E
R3000
R3037
C3002
R3017A
49 , 50
F
5-27 (3-D)
FROM
LED FPC
UNIT PWB-F
5-27 (2-B)
FROM SUB CAMERA
UNIT PWB-D
1
5-27 (5-B)
FROM
SPEAKER FPC
PWB-G
FROM
COAXIAL CABLE
(161)
5-19 (3-A)
4
3
Figure 12 WIRING SIDE P.W.BOARD (3/5)
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5
6
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TP2013
TP2012
SD PWB-C
(FRONT SIDE)
TP2009
R2017
TP2010
R2024
R2012
50
5
45
10
CN2000
TP2011
TP2023
40
TP2022
TP2014
15
FS2001
F
35
TP2015
TP2017
TP2019
20
C2045
5-27 (2-C)
FROM
SD P.W.B.
CONNECT FPC
PWB-H
1
30
25
26
CN2001
MEMORY CARD CONNTCTOR
R2023
FS2000 FS2002
F
F
TP2020
R2003
R2022
R2006
R2001
R2002 R2004
R2000
This PWB employs lead-free solder.
5-27 (6-C)
FROM
CAMERA UNIT
PWB-J
C2047
C2016
C2020 R2021
LED2006
5
5
1
10
15
20
L2008 L2006
4
L2001
TP2002 TP2008
3
D2000
CN2002
1
L2007 L2005
40
21
35
R2019
R2005
Q2002
R2011
D2004
IC2005
C2027
C2019
C2007
R2008
IC2003
C2015
L2002
C2010
C2014
C2001
TP2004
TP2025
TP2024
TP2005
TP2000
TP2001
3
1
IC2001
C2006
C2022
IC2002
LED2005
MOBILE LIGHT
C2046
D2003
C2011
C2023
C2000
D2005
C2012
C2017
TP2026
D2002
C2024
C2008
R2009
C2026
Q2005
C2021
TP2018
C2031
C2003
R2018
L2004
TP2016
TP2006
R2014
R2015
C2004
TP2021
L2003
C2025
R2020
8
C2018
25
R2013
R2016
5
C2029
5-27 (5-G)
FROM
LCD 2000
SUB DISPLAY
30
SD PWB-C
(REAR SIDE)
C2028
C2009
CN2003
1
D2001 C2013
IC2004
R2010
TP2007
4
6
TP2027
TP2003
This PWB employs lead-free solder.
Waveform numbers of 46 , 47 , 49 , 50 are shown on page 5-6.
7
8
10
9
Figure 13 WIRING SIDE P.W.BOARD (4/5)
5 – 26
11
12
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SUB CAMERA UNIT
PWB-D
A
SPEAKER FPC
PWB-G
5-25 (5-G)
To DISPLAY PWB-B
(REAR SIDE)
CN3003
SP2000
STEREO SPEAKER
To DISPLAY PWB-B
(REAR SIDE)
5-25 (3-E)
B
SD P.W.B. CONNECT FPC
PWB-H
To SD PWB-C
(FRONT SIDE)
5-26 (8-B)
CN2000
BAT1200
BACK-UP
BATTERY
SP2001
STEREO SPEAKER
CAMERA UNIT
PWB-J
To MAIN PWB-A
(REAR SIDE)
5-20 (11-B)
CN1500
5-26 (10-E)
To SD PWB-C
(REAR SIDE)
C
CN2002
LED FPC UNIT
PWB-F
5-25 (5-E)
To DISPLAY PWB-B
(REAR SIDE)
A
SOLDER
D
KEY FPC UNIT
PWB-E
LCD3000
MAIN DISPLAY
CENTRE
LEFT
SOFT
RIGHT
SOFT
E
END/
POWER
SEND/
REDIAL
F
CLEAR/BACK
MULTIMEDIA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
#
**
**
**
SIDE KEYS
SHORTCUT
5-25 (2-F)
To DISPLAY PWB-B
(REAR SIDE)
CN3000
**
G
5-26 (9-F)
To SD PWB-C
(REAR SIDE)
CN2003
MIC201
MICROPHONE
LCD2000
SUB DISPLAY
CN1000
5-19 (4-H)
To MAIN PWB-A
(FRONT SIDE)
H
These PWBs employs lead-free solder.
1
2
4
3
Figure 14 WIRING SIDE P.W.BOARD (5/5)
5 – 27
5
6
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Manual 6. OTHERS
CHAPTER
[1] Function table of IC
IC100 (OM5952AET): RECEIVER/TRANSMISSION IC FOR GSM
Pin No.
Terminal name
Input/Output
Description of terminal
1
RFHD
Input
GSM 1,900 MHz RF input
2
RFHC
Input
GSM 1,900 MHz RF input
3
GNDRF
–
Earth for RF part
4
RFLB
Input
GSM 900 MHz or GSM 800 MHz RF input
5
RFLA
Input
GSM 900 MHz or GSM 800 MHz RF input
6
VCCRF
–
Supply for RF part
7
QRB
Output
Q-channel output
8
QRA
Output
Q-channel output
9
IRB
Output
I-channel output
10
IRA
Output
I-channel output
11
GNDRF
–
Earth for RF part
12
GNDVCO
–
Earth for VCO part
13
RFHA
Input
GSM 1,800 MHz RF input
14
GND PLANE
–
Flex-film earth plane
15
REON
Input
Hardware power on for reference and bus part
16
CLK
Input
Serial bus clock input
17
DATA
Input/Output
Serial bus data input/output
18
STROBE
Input
Serial bus strobe input
19
GNDCVO
–
Earth for VCO part
20*
NC
–
Must not be connected. Bond wire exists. (Not used)
21
RFHB
Input
GSM 1,800 MHz band RF input
22
TXON
Input
Hardware power on for transmit part
23
GNDVCO
–
Earth for VCO part
24*
NC
–
Not used
25
GNDRF
–
Earth for RF part
26
RXON
Input
Hardware power on for receive part
27
GNDVCO
–
Earth for VCO part
28
GNDVCO
–
Earth for VCO part
29
TXOLB
Output
GSM 800/900 MHz Tx output
30
BSEL
Input
Hardware band select control input
31
GNDVCO
–
Earth for VCO part
32
GNDVCO
–
Earth for VCO part
33
TXOLA
Output
GSM 800/900 MHz Tx output
34
PCTL
Output
Tx power control output
35
GNDVAR
–
Earth for varactors
36
VCCVCO
Input
Supply for VCO part
37
VCCBUF
Input
Supply for Tx input part
38
GNDBUF
Input
Earth for Tx input part
39
GND PLANE
–
Connected to flex film earth plane
40*
PS
–
Test output (Not used)
41
GNDPLL
–
Earth for prescaler, phase detector and XO
42*
XOOLA
Output
XO output (Not used)
43
GNDPLL
–
Earth for prescaler, phase detector and XO
44
VTUNE
Input
Tuning input for VCOs
45
TXOHB
Output
GSM 1,800/1,900 MHz Tx output
46
PHDOUT
Output
Phase detector output
47
TXOHA
Output
GSM 1,800/1,900 MHz Tx output
48*
NC
–
Not used
49
MODA
Output
Prescaler modulus control output
50
MODB
Output
Prescaler modulus control output
51
MODC
Output
Prescaler modulus control output
52
MODD
Output
Prescaler modulus control output
53
VCCPLL
Input
Supply for prescaler, phase detector and XO
54
XOOB
Input
XO input A
6–1
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Terminal name
Input/Output
Description of terminal
55
XOOC
Input
XO input B
56*
NC
–
Not used
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
RFHA
RFHB
LNA
1,800 MHz
RFHC
RFHD
IRA
IRB
LNA
1,900 MHz
QRA
QRB
RFLA
RFLB
LNA
800/
900 MHz
CURRENT
REGULATOR
VCCBUF
GNDBUF
VCCVCO
GNDVCO
GNDVAR
0
DIV
90
0
DIV
90
VCO
TEST
LOGIC
BUSINTERFACE
REON
RXON
TXON
BSEL
CLK
DATA
STROBE
VCO
VTUNE
VCO
VCO
XOOB
XOOC
TXOLA
TXOLB
PCTL
TXOHA
TXOHB
CHARGE
PUMP
PHDOUT
PHASE
DETECTOR
XO
VCCPLL
GNDPLL
MODA
PHASE
DETECTOR
XOOLA
IC101 (AB1011): GSM CODEC
Pin No.
MODB
MODC
MODD
PS
1
DELAY
Terminal name
Input/Output
Description of terminal
VSS
–
Earth (substrate)
2
VDD
–
VCC
3*
DAC03
–
Internally connected, high impedance (floating) (Not used)
4
IDAT
Output
Output from ADC I-channel
5
QRB
Input
Differential input to the ADC Q-channel
6
QRA
Input
Differential input to the ADC Q-channel
7
IRB
Input
Differential input to the ADC I-channel
8
IRA
Input
Differential input to the ADC I-channel
9
VSS
–
Earth
10
DEC4
–
Reference de-coupling
11*
DAC02
–
Internally connected, high impedance (floating) (Not used)
12
RXSTR
Input
Power up for the ADCs
13
VDD
–
VCC
6–2
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Pin No.
Terminal name
Input/Output
Description of terminal
14*
GPA1
–
Internally connected, high impedance (floating) (Not used)
15
VDD
–
VCC
16*
GPA0
–
Internally connected, high impedance (floating) (Not used)
17
DACDAT
–
Internally connected to earth (pull-down)
18
DACCLK
–
Internally connected to earth (pull-down)
19*
DAC01
–
Internally connected, high impedance (floating) (Not used)
20
VSS
–
Earth
21
DCLK
Output
Output clock from ADCs
22*
GPA2
–
Internally connected, high impedance (floating) (Not used)
23*
GPA3
–
Internally connected, high impedance (floating) (Not used)
24*
GPA4
–
Internally connected, high impedance (floating) (Not used)
25
I2CCLK
Input
Input clock of I2C bus
26
RESETB
Input
Power reset to the AB1011
27
I2CDAT
Input
Bi-directional I2C data
28
DACSTR
–
Internally connected to earth (pull-down)
29
QDAT
Output
Output from ADC Q-channel
30*
GPA5
–
Internally connected, high impedance (floating) (Not used)
31*
GPA7
–
Internally connected, high impedance (floating) (Not used)
32*
GPA6
–
Internally connected, high impedance (floating) (Not used)
33
DEC5
–
Reference de-coupling
34
DEC1
–
Reference de-coupling
35
REXT
–
Reference resistance
36*
AUXI1
–
Internally connected, high impedance (floating) (Not used)
37*
GPCLK
–
Internally connected, high impedance (floating) (Not used)
38*
GPDAT
–
Internally connected, high impedance (floating) (Not used)
39
ADSTR
–
Internally connected to earth (pull-down)
40
VSS
–
Earth
41
AVDD
–
VCC
42*
CCO
–
Internally connected, high impedance (floating) (Not used)
43*
MICIP
–
Internally connected, high impedance (floating) (Not used)
44
VSS
–
Earth
45
VDD
–
VCC
46
PCMCLK
–
Internally connected to earth (pull-down)
47
VSS
–
Earth
48
VDD
–
VCC
49*
MICIN
–
Internally connected, high impedance (floating) (Not used)
50*
NC
–
Not used
51
VSS
–
Earth
52
VSS
–
Earth
53*
BEARP
–
Internally connected, high impedance (floating) (Not used)
54
PCMSYN
–
Internally connected to earth (pull-down)
55*
PCMUL
–
Internally connected, high impedance (floating) (Not used)
56
MCLK (SYSCLK2)
Input
System clock input
57*
NC
–
Not used
58
DEC2
–
Reference de-coupling
59
DEC3
–
Reference de-coupling
60*
AUXO2
–
Internally connected, high impedance (floating) (Not used)
61*
BEARN
–
Internally connected, high impedance (floating) (Not used)
62
VDD
–
VCC
63
PCMDL
–
Internally connected to earth (pull-down)
64
VSS
–
Earth
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
6–3
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A8
IRA
B8
GPA0
C8
GPA4
D8
GPA6
E8
VSS
F8
VDD
G8
MCLK
H8
VSS
A7
IRB
B7
VDD
C7
GPA3
D7
GPA7
E7
ADSTR
F7
VSS
G7
PCMUL
H7
PCMDL
A6
QRA
B6
GPA1
C6
GPA2
D6
GPA5
E6
GPDAT
F6
PCMCLK
G6
PCMSYN
H6
VDD
A5
QRB
B5
VDD
C5
DCLK
D5
QDAT
E5
GPCLK
F5
VDD
G5
BEARP
H5
BEARN
A4
IDAT
B4
RXSTR
C4
VSS
D4
DACSTR
E4
AUXI1
F4
VSS
G4
VSS
H4
AUXO2
A3
DAC03
B3
DAC02
C3
DAC01
D3
I2CDAT
E3
REXT
F3
MICIP
G3
VSS
H3
DEC3
A2
VDD
B2
DEC4
C2
DACCLK
D2
RESETB
E2
DEC1
F2
CCO
G2
NC
H2
DEC2
A1
VSS
B1
VSS
C1
DACDAT
D1
I2CCLK
E1
DEC5
F1
AVDD
G1
MICIN
H1
NC
IC300 RH-IXA038AFZZL (CX77313): POWER AMP. MODULE (FOR GSM)
Pin No.
Terminal name
Input/Output
Description of terminal
1
DCS/PCS IN
Input
RF input 1,710 to 1,910 MHz
2
VAPC
Input
Power control bias voltage
3
VSUPPLY
–
DC supply to CMOS bias controller
4
BS
Input
Band select
5
GSM IN
Input
RF input 824 to 915 MHz
6
VCC
–
VCC (to GSM 1st stage and DCS 1st stage)
7
GND
–
RF and DC earth
8
GND
–
RF and DC earth
9
GSM OUT
Output
RF output 824 to 915 MHz
10
GND
–
RF and DC earth
11
VCC
–
VCC (to GSM and DCS final stages)
12
GND
–
RF and DC earth
13
DCS/PCS OUT
Output
RF output 1,710 to 1,910 MHz
14
GND
–
RF and DC earth
15
GND
–
RF and DC earth
16
VCC
–
VCC (to DCS 2nd stage)
DCS/
PCS IN VCC
1
16
GND
15
HBT
Match
VAPC 2
VSUPPLY 3
GND
14
DCS/
PCS OUT
13
Match
12 GND
CMOS
Bias
Controller
11 VCC
10 GND
BS 4
Match
Match
5
GSM IN
6
VCC
7
GND
6–4
8
GND
9
GSM OUT
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IC400 (OM5954ET): RECEIVER IC FOR W-CDMA
Pin No.
Terminal name
Input/Output
Output
Description of terminal
1
IFOUTA
IF output A (balanced)
2
GNDMIX
–
Earth for RF mixer
3
VCCIF
–
Supply for IF
4
IFINA
Input
IF input A (balanced)
5
IFINB
Input
IF input B (balanced)
6
VCCLF
–
Supply for baseband part
7
QRA
Output
Q-channel output
8
QRB
Output
Q-channel output
9
IRA
Output
I-channel output
10
IRB
Output
I-channel output
11
IFOUTB
Output
IF output B (balanced)
12
VCCREF
–
Supply for reference
13
VCCMIX
–
Supply for RF mixer
14
GNDIF
–
Earth for IF mixer
15
CDQ
–
External capacitor connection for baseband DC compensation loop (Q-channel)
16
CDI
–
External capacitor connection for baseband DC compensation loop (I-channel)
17
GNDLF
–
Earth for baseband part
18
MCLK
Output
XO master clock output
19
XOOA
Output
XO output A (balanced)
20
XOIA
Input
XO input A (balanced)
21
MIXINA
Input
RF mixer input A (balanced)
22
DATA
Input
Serial bus data input
23
XOOB
Output
XO output B (balanced)
24
XOIB
Input
XO input B (balanced)
25
MIXINB
Input
RF mixer input B (balanced)
26
CLK
Input
Serial bus clock input
27
GNDREF
–
Earth for reference
28
VCCBUS
–
Supply for data bus
29
GNDBIAS
–
Earth for bias
30
STROBE
Input
Serial bus strobe input
31
GNDBUS
–
Earth for data bus
32
IFLOA
Input
IFLO input A (balanced)
33
GNDEME
–
Earth for RF LNA
34
GLNA
Output
Gain control output for external RF LNA parts
35
REFON
Input
Hardware power on for ref.
36
IFLOB
Input
IFLO input B (balanced)
37
RFIN
Input
RF LNA input
38
XOOON
Input
Hardware power on for XO output
39
RXON
Output
Hardware power control output for external receiver parts
40
GNDPLL
–
Earth for PLL
41
GNDPHD
–
Earth for phase detector
42
GNDTUNE
–
Earth for varactor
43
GNDVCO
–
Earth for VCO
44
GNDRFLO
–
Earth for RFLO
45
GNDBYP
–
Earth for bypass RF LNA
46
RFLOOA
Output
RFLO output A (balanced)
47
VCCRF
–
Supply for RF LNA
48
INDBYP
–
Earth for RF LNA inductor bypass
49
RFOUT
Output
RF LNA output
50
VCCPLL
–
Supply for PLL
51
VCCPHD
–
Supply for phase detector
52
PHDOUT
Output
Phase detector output
53
VTUNE
Input
Tuning input for VCOs
54
VCCVCO
–
Supply for VCO
55
VCCRFLO
–
Supply for RFLO
56
RFLOOB
Output
RFLO output B (balanced)
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VCCRF
GNDBIAS
RFIN
INDBYP
GNDBYP
RFOUT
2,140 MHz
LNA
VCCMIX
GNDEME
GLNA
GNDMIX
From Bus
MIXINA
IFOUTA
IFOUTB
MIXINB
CDI
CDQ
VCCLF
GNDLF
VGA
190 MHz
IFINA
IFINB
LNA
VGA
VCCIF
GNDIF
0
4
CURR. REG.
90
LOGIC
VCCVCO
GNDVCO
BUS
INTERFACE
CHARGE
PUMP
MCLK
REFON
XOOON
RXON
GNDBUS
CLK
DATA
STROBE
XO
VCCRFLO
GNDRFLO
R
PHD
VCCPHD
GNDPHD
VCCREF
GNDREF
N
VCCPLL
XOOA
XOOB
GNDPLL
IC501/IC1209 VHILM20SITN-1R (LM20SITLX): TEMPERATURE SENSOR
Pin No.
QRB
RFLOOA
RFLOOB
VCO
PHDOUT
XOIA
XOIB
QRA
VCCBUS
IFLOA
IFLOB
VTUNE
GNDTUNE
IRA
IRB
Terminal name
Input/Output
Description of terminal
1*
NC
–
Not used
2
GND
–
Earth
3
VO
Output
Output
4
V+
–
Power supply
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
V+
4
3
VO
GND
2
1
NC
6–6
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IC620 VHIM1820XCP-1L (MAX1820XEBC): DCDC
Pin No.
Terminal name
Input/Output
Description of terminal
1
/SKIP
Input
PWM/Skip-mode input
2
COMP
–
Compensation
3
OUT
Input
Output voltage sense input
4
REF
Input
External reference input
5
GND
–
Earth
6
PGND
–
Power earth
7
LX
Output
Inductor connection
8
BATT
Input
Supply voltage input
9
/SHDN
Input
Active-low, shutdown control input
10
SYNC
Input
Clock synchronisation input
BATT 8
GND 5
OUT 3
REF 4
TRANSIMPEDANCE
ERROR AMP
CLAMP
ERROR
SIGNAL
0.45 V TO 2.15 V
1.25 V TO
VOLTAGE
REFERENCE
IC BIAS
PWM
COMPARATOR
SLOPE COMP
PWM
CONTROL
AND
SKIP LOGIC
CURRENT
SENSE
SKIP
THRESHOLD
7 LX
SKIP
COMPARATOR
6 PGND
+13 OR 1 MHz
+18
OSCILLATOR
COMP 2
10 SYNC
/SKIP 1
9 /SHDN
IC630 RH-IX3045AFZZL (RF9266): W-CDMA POWER AMP.
Pin No.
1
Terminal name
V CTRL (VREG)
VCC_BIAS
VCC2
VCC2
GND
GND
GND
4
GND
GND
VCC1
V CTRL (VREG)
3
VCC1
2
5
VCC_BIAS
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
6
GND
7
VCC DET
8
V DETECT
9
GND
10
RF OUT
11
GND
12
GND
13
GND
14
GND
15
VCC2
VCC1
20
GND
21
RF IN
22
GND
Pkg
Base
GND
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
VCC DET
VDET
9 GND
GND
1
Power
Detector
Network
Bias Control
GND 22
10 RF OUT
VCC BIAS
VCC1
19
OMN
VCC BIAS
18
IMN
GND
GND
RF IN 21
VCTRL
VCC2
17
11 GND
Interstage MN
VCTRL
16
GND 20
6–7
902SH
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IC700 (OM5955ET): W-CDMA TRANSMITTER IC
Pin No.
1
Terminal name
Input/Output
Description of terminal
QINBAR
Input
Negative quadrature phase input signal
2
QIN
Input
Positive quadrature phase input signal
3
IINBAR
Input
Negative in phase input signal
4
IIN
Input
Positive in phase input signal
5
VCCBB
–
VCC for baseband blocks
6
VCCIFPHD
–
VCC for IF PLL charge pump
7
PHDIFOUT
Output
IF PLL charge pump output
8
VCCIFPLL
–
VCC for IF PLL
9
GNDIFVCO
–
Earth for IF VCO
10
VCCIFVCO
–
VCC for IF VCO
11
XOOB
Input
Reference frequency input (13 MHz)
12
VTUNEIF
Input
IF VCO voltage tuning input
13
XOOC (XOOA)
Input
Reference frequency input (13 MHz)
14
GNDBB
–
Earth for baseband blocks
15
CLK
Input
Serial bus clock input
16
GNDIFPHD
–
Earth for IF PLL charge pump
17
GNDIFPLL
–
Earth for IF PLL
18
WON
Output
Logic output to control aerial switch
19
GNDIFVCO
–
Earth for IF VCO
20
GNDTUIF
–
Earth for IF VCO varactor
21
VCCBUS
–
VCC for bus and logic blocks
22
GNDBUS
–
Earth for bus and logic blocks
23
GNDRFPHD
–
Earth for RF PHD
24
GNDIFVCO
–
Earth for IF VCO
25
IFLO
Output
Positive IF LO frequency output
26
DATA
Input
Serial bus data input
27
TXON
Output
Hard wired TX ON logic output
28
VCCRFPHD
–
VCC for RF PHD
29
IFLOBAR
Input
Negative IF LO frequency input
30
GNDIFLO
–
Earth for IF LO
31
GNDRFPLL
–
Earth for RF VCO
32*
PHDRFOUT
Output
RF PLL charge pump output (Not used)
33
VCCIFLO
–
VCC for IF LO
34
GNDRFLO
–
Earth for RF LO
35
STROBE
Input
Serial bus strobe input
36
VCCRFPLL
–
VCC for RF VCO
37
RFLO
Input
Positive RF mixer LO input
38
GNDRFLO
–
Earth for RF LO
39
GNDRF
–
Earth for RF parts
40
GNDRF
–
Earth for RF parts
41
GNDRF
–
Earth for RF parts
42
GNDIF
–
Earth for intermediate frequency parts
43
GNDRFVCO
–
Earth for RF VCO
44
VCCRFVCO
–
VCC for RF VCO
45
RFLOBAR
Input
Negative RF mixer LO input
46
GNDTURF
–
Earth for RF VCO varactor
47
VCCRF
–
VCC for RF parts
48
OUT
Output
Positive RF frequency output
49
OUTBAR
Output
Negative RF frequency output
50
GNDRF
–
Earth for RF parts
51
VCCRF
–
VCC for RF parts
52
VCCRF
–
VCC for RF parts
53
VCCIF
–
VCC for intermediate frequency parts
54
IFBP
–
IF filter tank port
55
IFBPBAR
–
IF filter negative tank port
56*
VTUNERF
Input
RF VCO voltage tuning input (Not used)
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
6–8
902SH
Reconstruction
filters
RECDCI
VGA
IQ-modulator
IF BP
Filter
VCCRF
GNDRF
IFBP
IFBPBAR
VCCIF
GNDIF
VCCBB
GNDBB
CONFIDENTIAL
RF-mixer and RF buffer
TXON
TXON
RFBIAS
IIN
IINBER
LPO
LPBW
TXON
OUT
OUTBAR
GNDRFLO
QIN
QINBAR
IQGAIN
RECDCQ
RFLOON
LOINTEXT
TXON
TXON
BUFFGAIN
BUFFGAIN2
GAINMETH
VGAGAIN
QVGAGAIN
TXON
VCCIFLO
RFLO
RFLOBAR
IF PLL
GNDIFLO
RF PLL
VCCIFVCO
VTUNERF
GNDIFVCO
RFVCOC
IFLO
IFLOBAR
RFRDIV
RFNDIV
TBIFS1
TBIFS0
VTUNEIF
DIV
GNDTURF
VCCRFVCO
DIV
GNDRFVCO
VCCRFPLL
RFLOON
LOINTEXT
TBIFVCO
GNDRFPLL
GNDTUIF
PHD
PHD
SERIAL BUS
RFIPHO
Serial
Bus
TBRFS1
Logic
GNDBUS
PHDRFOUT
VCCRFPHD
GNDRFPHD
XOOC (XOOA)
XOOB
VCCIFPHD
GNDIFPHD
VCCIFPLL
GNDIFPLL
TBRFS0
TBRFVCO
TXON
WON
IFLOON
VCCBUS
PHDIFOUT
IC800 VHI3981D28N-1R (LP3981ILD): 2.8 V REGULATOR
Pin No.
1
Terminal name
VOUT
Input/Output
Output
Description of terminal
Output Voltage of the LDO
2
VIN
Input
Input Voltage of the LDO
3
VOUT-SENSE
Output
Output. Voltage Sense Pin
4
GND
–
Common Earth
5
BYPASS
–
Optional bypass capacitor for noise reduction
6
VEN
Input
Enable Input Logic, Enable High
VIN 2
VEN 6
BYPASS 5
1 VOUT
Vreference
1.23 V
Fast Turn
On Circuit
3 VOUT-SENSE
R2
Over Current &
Thermal Protection
4 GND
6–9
CLK
DATA
STROBE
902SH
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IC1001 VHIBGB202++-1L (BGB202): BLUETOOTH
Pin No.
Terminal name
Input/Output
Description of terminal
1
GND
–
Earth
2
ANT
Input/Output
Aerial input/output
3
GND
–
Earth
4
GND
–
Earth
5
GND
–
Earth
6
GND
–
Earth
7
GND
–
Earth
8
GND
–
Earth
9
GND
–
Earth
10
GND
–
Earth
11
GND
–
Earth
12
GND
–
Earth
13
GND
–
Earth
14
GND
–
Earth
15
GP_CLK
Output
General purpose clock
16
VBAT
Input
Battery measurement voltage input
17
VANLI
Input
8-bit A/D input
18
XTAL2_LPO
Output
Low power crystal oscillator
19
XTAL1_LPO
Input
Low power crystal oscillator
20
GPIO[1]
Input/Output
I2C_SDA
21
GPIO[0]
Input/Output
I2C_SCL
22
VANLO
Output
Analogue voltage source output
23
GPIO[13]
Input/Output
General purpose I/O 13
24
GPIO[11]
Input/Output
General purpose I/O 11
25
GPIO[10]
Input/Output
General purpose I/O 10
26
1.8 V DECOUP
–
VDD18 decoupling
27
POR_
DISABLE
Input
Power-On Reset disable input
28
XTAL2_SYS
Output
System clock crystal oscillator
29
XTAL1_SYS
Input
System clock crystal oscillator
30
REF_CLK
Output
Synthesiser reference frequency
31
GPIO[12]
Input/Output
General purpose I/O 12
32
GPIO[14]
Input/Output
General purpose I/O 14
33
GPIO[7]
FSC_IP
Input
General purpose I/O 7
PCM/IOM frame sync
34
GPIO[9]
DB_IP
Input/Output
General purpose I/O 9
Bidirectional PCM/IOM data line B (default: input)
35
GPIO[6]
DA_IP
Input/Output
General purpose I/O 6
Bidirectional PCM/IOM data line A (default: output)
36
GPIO[8]
DCLK_IP
Input
General purpose I/O 8
PCM/IOM data clock
37
VDD18
Input
1.8 V I/O supply voltage
38
VDD_IOV
Input
Variable I/O supply voltage
39
VDDIORF
Input
RF supply voltage
40
VREG18
Output
1.8 V regulated output voltage
41
GPIO[3]
RTS_UART
Input
General purpose I/O 3
UART request-to-send input
42
GPIO[5]
RXD_UART
Input
General purpose I/O 5
UART receive input
43
GPIO[4]
TXD_UART
Output
General purpose I/O 4
UART transmit output
44
GPIO[2]
CTS_UART
Output
General purpose I/O 2
UART clear-to-send output
45
RESET_N
Input
Reset input (active LOW)
46
1.8 V DECOUP
–
VDD18 decoupling
47
TMS_JTAG
Input
JTAG test mode select
48
TDO_JTAG
Output
JTAG test data output
49
TDI_JTAG
Input
JTAG test data input
50
TCK_JTAG
Input
JTAG test clock
6 – 10
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
Pin No.
Terminal name
Input/Output
Description of terminal
51
GND
–
Earth
52
GND
–
Earth
IC1100 (LHF65NZ1): FLASH MEMORY 1
Pin No.
Terminal name
Input/Output
Description of terminal
1*
NC
–
Not used
2*
NC
–
Not used
3*
NC
–
Not used
4*
NC
–
Not used
5
A4
Input
Address input
6
A18
Input
Address input
7
A19
Input
Address input
8
VSS
–
Earth
9
F1-VCC
–
Power supply (flash)
10
F2-VCC
–
Power supply (flash)
11
A21
Input
Address input
12
A11
Input
Address input
13
A5
Input
Address input
14*
/R-LB
Input
(Not used)
15
A23
Input
Address input (flash 1, 3)
16
VSS
–
Earth
17*
S-CS2
Input
(Not used)
18
CLK
Input
Clock input
19
A22
Input
Address input
20
A12
Input
Address input
21
A3
Input
Address input
22
A17
Input
Address input
23
GND
–
Earth
24
F-VPP
Input
Supply voltage detection terminal
25*
/R-/WE
Input
Write enable input (Not used)
26*
/P1-CS
Input
(Not used)
27
A9
Input
Address input
28
A13
Input
Address input
29
A2
Input
Address input
30
A7
Input
Address input
31
GND
–
Earth
32
F-/WP
Input
Write protect input
33
/ADV
Input
Address valid input
34
A20
Input
Address input
35
A10
Input
Address input
36
A15
Input
Address input
37
A1
Input
Address input
38
A6
Input
Address input
39*
/R-UB
Input
(Not used)
40
F-/RST
Input
Reset input (flash)
41
F-/WE
Input
Write enable input
42
A8
Input
Address input
43
A14
Input
Address input
44
A16
Input
Address input
45
A0
Input
Address input
46
DQ8
Input/Output
Data input/output
47
DQ2
Input/Output
Data input/output
48
DQ10
Input/Output
Data input/output
49
DQ5
Input/Output
Data input/output
50
DQ13
Input/Output
Data input/output
51
WAIT
Output
Wait output
52
F2-/CE
Input
Chip enable input (flash)
53*
/R-OE
Input
Output enable input (flash) (Not used)
6 – 11
902SH
Pin No.
CONFIDENTIAL
Terminal name
Input/Output
Description of terminal
54
DQ0
Input/Output
Data input/output
55
DQ1
Input/Output
Data input/output
56
DQ3
Input/Output
Data input/output
57
DQ12
Input/Output
Data input/output
58
DQ14
Input/Output
Data input/output
59
DQ7
Input/Output
Data input/output
60
F2-/OE
Input
Output enable input (flash)
61*
/S-CS1
Input
(Not used)
62
F1-/OE
Input
Output enable input (flash)
63
DQ9
Input/Output
Data input/output
64
DQ11
Input/Output
Data input/output
65
DQ4
Input/Output
Data input/output
66
DQ6
Input/Output
Data input/output
67
DQ15
Input/Output
Data input/output
68
VCCQ
–
Input/output supply
69
F1-/CE
Input
Chip enable input (flash)
70*
/P2-CS
Input
(Not used)
71
F3-/CE
Input
Chip enable input (flash)
72*
S-VCC
–
Power supply (Not used)
73*
P-VCC
–
Power supply (Not used)
74
F2-VCC
–
Power supply (flash)
75
VCCQ
–
Input/output supply
76*
P-MODE/PCRE
Input
(Not used)
77
VSS
–
Earth
78
VSS
–
Earth
79
VCCQ
–
Input/output supply
80
F1-VCC
–
Power supply (flash)
81
VSS
–
Earth
82
VSS
–
Earth
83
VSS
–
Earth
84
VSS
–
Earth
85*
NC
–
Not used
86*
NC
–
Not used
87*
NC
–
Not used
88*
NC
–
Not used
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
F-VPP, F1-VCC, F2-VCC
A23
A0~A22
F1-/CE
F1-/OE
F-/WE, F-/WP, F-/RST
/ADV, CLK
WAIT
F1:256M (x16) bit
Flash memory
F2-/CE
F2-/OE, F3-/OE
F2:128M (x16) bit
Flash memory
DQ0~DQ15
F3-/CE
F3:256M (x16) bit
Flash memory
GND
6 – 12
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
IC1101 (MB82R6A5C): FLASH MEMORY 2
Pin No.
Terminal name
Input/Output
Description of terminal
1*
NC
–
Not used
2*
NC
–
Not used
3*
NC
–
Not used
4*
NC
–
Not used
5*
NC
–
Not used
6*
NC
–
Not used
7*
NC
–
Not used
8*
NC
–
Not used
9*
NC
–
Not used
10*
NC
–
Not used
11*
NC
–
Not used
12*
NC
–
Not used
13*
NC
–
Not used
14*
NC
–
Not used
15*
NC
–
Not used
16
A7
Input
Address input
17
/LB
Input
Least significant byte control (low active)
18*
/ADV
Input
FCRAM matched address input (low active) (Not used)
19
WE
Input
Write enable (low active)
20
A8
Input
Address input
21
A11
Input
Address input
22*
NC
–
Not used
23*
NC
–
Not used
24*
NC
–
Not used
25
A3
Input
Address input
26
A6
Input
Address input
27
/UB
Input
Most significant byte control (low active)
28
CE2f_1
Input
FCRAM chip enable (high active)
29
CE2f_2
Input
FCRAM chip enable (high active)
30
A19
Input
Address input (FCRAM only)
31
A12
Input
Address input
32
A15
Input
Address input
33*
NC
–
Not used
34*
NC
–
Not used
35
A2
Input
Address input
36
A5
Input
Address input
37
A18
Input
Address input
38*
/WAIT
Output
FCRAM wait output (high active) (Not used)
39
A20
Input
Address input (FCRAM only)
40
A9
Input
Address input
41
A13
Input
Address input
42
A21
Input
Address input (FCRAM only)
43*
NC
–
Not used
44*
NC
–
Not used
45
A1
Input
Address input
46
A4
Input
Address input
47
A17
Input
Address input
48
/CE1s
Input
SRAM chip enable (low active)
49*
NC
–
Not used
50
A10
Input
Address input
51
A14
Input
Address input
52
A22
Input
Address input (FCRAM only)
53*
NC
–
Not used
54*
NC
–
Not used
55
A0
Input
Address input
56
VSS
–
Earth
57
DQ2
Input/Output
Least significant byte data input/output
58
VDDS
–
SRAM supply voltage
6 – 13
902SH
Pin No.
59
CONFIDENTIAL
Terminal name
CE2s
Input/Output
Input
Description of terminal
SRAM chip enable (high active)
60
DQ7
Input/Output
Least significant byte data input/output
61
CLK
Input
FCRAM clock input
62
A16
Input
Address input
63*
NC
–
Not used
64*
NC
–
Not used
65
/CE1f_1
Input
FCRAM chip enable (low active)
66
OE
Input
Output enable (low active)
67
DQ10
Input/Output
Most significant byte data input/output
68
DQ4
Input/Output
Least significant byte data input/output
69
DQ5
Input/Output
Least significant byte data input/output
70
DQ14
Input/Output
Most significant byte data input/output
71
DQ16
Input/Output
Most significant byte data input/output
72*
NC
–
Not used
73*
NC
–
Not used
74*
NC
–
Not used
75
/CE1f_2
Input
FCRAM chip enable (low active)
76
DQ1
Input/Output
Least significant byte data input/output
77
DQ11
Input/Output
Most significant byte data input/output
78
VDDf_1
–
FCRAM supply voltage
79
VDDQf_1
–
FCRAM_1 input/output supply voltage
80
DQ13
Input/Output
Most significant byte data input/output
81
DQ8
Input/Output
Least significant byte data input/output
82
VSS
–
Earth (SRAM only)
83*
NC
–
Not used
84*
NC
–
Not used
85*
NC
–
Not used
86
DQ9
Input/Output
Most significant byte data input/output
87
DQ3
Input/Output
Least significant byte data input/output
88
DQ12
Input/Output
Most significant byte data input/output
89*
NC
–
Not used
90
DQ6
Input/Output
Least significant byte data input/output
91
DQ15
Input/Output
Most significant byte data input/output
92*
NC
–
Not used
93*
NC
–
Not used
94*
NC
–
Not used
95*
NC
–
Not used
96*
NC
–
Not used
97*
NC
–
Not used
98
VDDf_2
–
FCRAM supply voltage
99*
NC
–
Not used
100*
NC
–
Not used
101*
NC
–
Not used
102*
NC
–
Not used
103*
NC
–
Not used
104*
NC
–
Not used
105*
NC
–
Not used
106*
NC
–
Not used
107*
NC
–
Not used
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
6 – 14
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
VDDf_1 VDDQf_1 VSS
CLK
A22 to A0
/WAIT
128 M bit
FCRAM_1
/CE1f_1
CE2f_1
VDDf_2
VSS
A21 to A0
/CE1f_2
CE2f_2
64 M bit
FCRAM_2
/ADV
DQ16 to DQ1
VDDS
VSS
A18 to A0
/LB
/UB
WE
OE
CE1s
CE2s
8 M bit
SRAM
IC1202 VHITK73840G-1L (TK73840BDB): REGULATOR
Pin No.
Terminal name
Input/Output
Input
Description of terminal
1
VCONT
(ON/OFF)
Power control
2
BIN (PE)
Input
Power enable
3
VIN (Vin)
Input
Power supply
4
PCL (ACL)
Input
Current setting
5
NC (GND)
–
Earth
6
GND (GND)
–
Earth
7*
VFB (Vfb)
Input
Not used
8
VSENSE (PC)
Output
Power output
9
VOUT (Vout)
Output
Power output
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
TOP VIEW
VIN 3
3
2
3
VIN
2
BIN
6
GND
9
VOUT
5
NC
8
VSENSE
4
PCL
7
VFB
B
C
9 VOUT
BIN 2
8 VSENSE
Control
Circuit
VCONT 1
Over Heat
Protect
7 VFB
Bandgap
Reference
4 PCL
1
1 VCONT
A
5,6
GND
6 – 15
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
IC1300 VHIBU7880GU-1L (BU7880GU): EXTERNAL INTERFACE
Pin No.
Terminal name
Input/Output
Description of terminal
1
UART_RXD1
Output
UART_RXD1 output
2
BDATA
Input
BDATA input
3
UART_RTS
Input
UART_RTS input
4
UART_TXD1
Input
UART_TXD1 input
5
SCLK
Input
SCLK input
6
BSYNC
Input
BSYNC input
7*
UART_RXD2
Output
UART_RXD2 output (Not used)
8
BCNT
Input
BDATA input control
9
UART_CTS
Output
UART_CTS output
10
UART_TXD2
Input
UART_TXD2 input
11
BSSEL
Input
BSYNC/SCLK switching control
12
GND
–
Earth
13
VBAT
–
Power supply for switch
14
PUEA
Input
PU15 control input
15*
NC
–
Not used
16*
GND
–
Earth (Not used)
17
UARTSEL
Input
UART 1 and 2 switching terminal input
18
UARTMD
Input
UART mode switching
19
CPU_USB_D+
Input/Output
CPU_USB_D+ input/output
20
REG33
–
USB power supply
21*
GND
–
Earth (Not used)
22*
GND
–
Earth (Not used)
23
HFMD
Input
Hands free mode switching
24
CPUVDD
–
Digital power supply
25
USBD+/RXD
Input/Output
USBD+/RXD switching external input/output
26
PU15
Output
PMOS open drain output
27
BSYNC/SCLK/RTS
Output
BSYNC/SCLK/RTS switching external output
28
GND
–
Earth
29*
RXANAIN
Input
Hands free receiving external input (Not used)
30
USBMD
Input
USB mode switching
31
CPU_USB_D–
Input/Output
CPU_USB_D– inupt/output
32
USBD-/TXD
Input/Output
USBD–/TXD switching external input/output
33
BDATA/CTS
Input/Output
BDATA/CTS switching external input/output
34*
TXANAIN
Input
Hands free sending input (Not used)
35*
RXANAOUT
Output
Hands free receiving output (Not used)
36*
TXANAOUT
Output
Hands free sending external output (Not used)
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
6 – 16
VBAT
REG33 20
H : ON
L: OFF
VBAT
USBD+/RXD 25
CPUVDD
MODE 0, 1, 3, 4: H
MODE 2: L
PU15 26
6 – 17
MODE 0, 1, 4: L
MODE 2, 3: H
CPUVDD
CPUVDD
CPUVDD
MODE
MODE
MODE
MODE
MODE
MODE 0, 2, 3, 4 : OFF
MODE 1: ON
VBAT
0
1
2
3
4
DECODER
CPUVDD
CPUVDD
MODE 0, 2, 3, 4 : L
MODE 1: H
MODE 0, 2, 3, 4 : L
MODE 1: H
UART_RXD1 1
MODE 0, 1, 2 : OFF
MODE 3, 4: ON
CPUVDD
MODE 0, 1, 3, 4 : OFF
MODE 2: ON
CPUVDD
MODE 0, 1, 3, 4 : L
MODE 2: H
H : ON
L: OFF
27
34
28
35
29
RXANAIN
CPU_USB_D+ 19
10k
CPUVDD
RXANAOUT
33
BDATA/CTS
VBAT 13
CPUVDD
CPUVDD
GND
21
GND
VBAT
CPUVDD
NC 15
TXANAIN
32
USBD-/TXD
UART_RXD2 7
MODE 0, 1, 4 : OFF
MODE 2, 3: ON
MODE 0, 1, 4 : L
MODE 2, 3: H
CPUVDD
PUEA 14
MODE 0, 2, 3 : OFF
MODE 1, 4: ON
10k
CPUVDD
BSYNC/SCLK/RTS
31
CPU_USB_D-
BCNT
BDATA
UART_CTS
UART_RTS
UART_TXD2
UART_TXD1
GND
SCLK
BSYNC
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8
2
9
3
10
4
16
5
6
BU7880GU
MODE 0, 2, 3, 4: L
MODE 1: H
11 BSSEL
12 GND
17 UARTSEL
CPUVDD
MODE 0, 1, 2 : ON
MODE 3, 4: OFF
18 UARTMD
23 HFMD
CPUVDD
24 CPUVDD
22 GND
VBAT
30 USBMD
36 TXANAOUT
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IC1303 VHIXC621933-1L (XC6219C332DR): 3.3 V REGULATOR
Pin No.
Terminal name
Description of terminal
1
VIN
Power supply input
2*
NC
Not used
3
VOUT
Output
4*
NC
Not used
5
VSS
Earth
6
CE
ON/OFF control
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
VIN
CE
ON/OFF
Control
each circuit
-
Current
Limit
+
VOUT
Voltage
Reference
VSS
IC1502 VHIBU7876GL-1L (BU7876GL): INFRARED REMOTE Tx CONTROLLER LSI
Pin No.
Terminal name
Input/Output
–
Description of terminal
1*
NC
Mount reinforcement pin (Not used)
2
GND
–
Earth
3
VDD
–
Power supply
4*
NC
–
Mount reinforcement pin (Not used)
5
DOUT
Output
Data output
6
NIRQ
Output
Interrupt output (LOW: interrupt generation)
7*
NC
–
Mount reinforcement pin (Not used)
8
SCL
Input
IIC bus serial clock (SQL)
9
SDA
Input/Output
IIC bus serial data input/output
10*
NC
–
Mount reinforcement pin (Not used)
11
NRST
Input
Reset pin (LOW: reset)
12
CLK1
Input
Reference clock input
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
IC1504 VHIFA3727R+-1R (FA3727R): POWER CONTROL
Pin No.
Terminal name
Input/Output
Description of terminal
1
SNSG
–
DC/DC converter detection resistance earth
2
VCC
–
Circuit system power supply input
3
GND2
–
Earth
4
VOUT1
Output
LDO_1 output
5
VIN1
Input
LDO_1 power supply input
6
EN1
Input
LDO_1 enable terminal
7
EN4
Input
LDO_4 enable terminal
8
VOUT4
Output
LDO_4 output
9
VIN2
Input
LDO_3, LDO_4 power supply input
10
VOUT3
Output
LDO_3 output
11
GND3
–
Earth
12
VOUT5
Output
LDO_5 output
13
VIN3
Input
LDO_2, LDO_5 power supply input
14
VOUT2
Output
LDO_2 output
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Pin No.
Terminal name
Input/Output
Description of terminal
15
EN3
Input
LDO_3 enable terminal
16
EN2
Input
LDO_2 enable terminal
17
EN5
Input
LDO_5 enable terminal
18
CREF
–
Reference voltage capacitor connection terminal
19
LPM
Input
Low Power Mode signal input
20
MODE
Input
Output PchMOS slew mode signal input
21
PGND
–
Power earth
22
VOUT
Output
DC/DC converter driver output
23
PVCC
–
Power system power supply input
24
CS
–
Soft start terminal
25
GND1
–
Earth
26
FB
Output
Error amplifier output
27
IN-
Input
Error amplifier inverting input
28
ISNS
Input
LDO load detection terminal
CS
24
CREF
18
MODE
20
VCC
2
PVCC
23
FB 26
Output short-circuit detection
Soft Start
Error Amp 1
Comp
IN- 27
Dead time
Pre_driver
22 VOUT
enable
OSC
ISNS 28
UVLO
Load detection
21 PGND
SNSG 1
13 VIN3
Reference
voltage
LDO_2
1.5 V
400 mA
DC/DC Converter
EN2
EN5
EN1
EN4
EN3
16
17
6
7
15
GND
3, 11, 25
LDO_1
2.5 V
300 mA
14 VOUT2
LDO_5
1.5 V
150 mA
12 VOUT5
LDO_3
2.9 V
300 mA
10 VOUT3
LDO_4
2.5 V
200 mA
LPM 19
Regulator
4
VOUT1
5
VIN1
8
VOUT4
6 – 19
9
VIN2
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IC1600 VHIYMU783C+-1L (YMU783C): MOBILE AUDIO
Pin No.
Terminal name
Input/Output
Description of terminal
1*
NC
–
Not used
2
GPIO3
Input/Output
GPIO port
3
GPIO1
Input/Output
GPIO port
4
BCLK
Input/Output
BIT clock for external audio input
5
D7
Input/Output
CPU interface data bus 7
6
D4
Input/Output
CPU interface data bus 4
7
D1
Input/Output
CPU interface data bus 1
8
D0
Input/Output
CPU interface data bus 0
9*
NC
–
Not used
10
MTR
Output
External vibrator control terminal
11*
LED1/GPIO4
Input/Output
GPIO port (Not used)
12
GPIO2
Input/Output
GPIO port
13
SDI
Input
External audio input
14
/IRQ
Output
Interrupt output
15
D5
Input/Output
CPU interface data bus 5
16
D2
Input/Output
CPU interface data bus 2
17
IOVDD1
–
Power supply for terminal
18
DVSS
–
Digital earth
19
DVDD
–
Digital core power supply (2.65 to 3.30 V)
20
LED0
Output
External LED control terminal 0
21*
LED2/GPIO5
Input/Output
External LED control terminal 1/GPIO port (Not used)
22
GPIO0
Input/Output
GPIO port
23
LRCK
Input/Output
LR clock for external audio input
24
D6
Input/Output
CPU interface data bus 6
25
D3
Input/Output
CPU interface data bus 3
26
CLKI
Input
Clock input terminal (1.5 to 27 MHz): TCXO compatible
27
DVDD
–
Digital core power supply (2.65 to 3.30 V)
28
DVSS
–
Digital earth
29
IOVDD2
–
Power supply for terminal
30
IOVDD2
–
Power supply for terminal
31
IOVDD2
–
Power supply for terminal
32
A0
Input
CPU interface address signal
33
/CS
Input
CPU interface chip select
34
/WR
Input
CPU interface write enable
35
TXOUT
Output
Transmitted voice analogue output terminal
36
RXIN
Input
Received voice analogue input terminal
37
/RST
Input
Hardware reset input
38*
NC
–
Not used
39
/RD
Input
CPU interface read enable
40
PLLC
–
PLL capacitance connection terminal for sound source
41
EQ1L
–
L-ch equaliser terminal 1
42
EQ2L
–
L-ch equaliser terminal 2
43
EXTIN
Input
External analogue input terminal
44*
NC
–
Not used
45
EQ2R
–
R-ch equaliser terminal 2
46
EQ1R
–
R-ch equaliser terminal 1
47
SPVDDL
–
Analogue power supply for L-ch speaker amplifier (AVDD to 4.50 V)
48
EQ3L
–
L-ch equaliser terminal 3
49*
NC
–
Not used
50
HPOUTL/MONO
Output
L-ch headphone output terminal
51*
NC
–
Not used
52
HPC
–
Capacitance connection terminal for preventing headphone pop noise
53*
NC
–
Not used
54
EQ3R
–
R-ch equaliser terminal 3
55
SPVDDR
–
Analogue power supply for R-ch speaker amplifier (AVDD to 4.50 V)
56
SPVSSL
–
Analogue earth for L-ch speaker amplifier
57*
SPOUT1L
–
L-ch speaker connection terminal 1 (Not used)
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Pin No.
Terminal name
58*
NC
Input/Output
Description of terminal
–
Not used
59
BBR
–
Capacitance connection terminal for R-ch bus boost (0.1 µF)
60
VREF
–
Analogue reference voltage terminal
61*
EXTOUT
Output
External analogue output terminal (Not used)
62*
NC
–
Not used
63*
SPOUT1R
Output
R-ch speaker connection terminal 1 (Not used)
64
SPVSSR
–
Analogue earth for R-ch speaker amplifier
65*
(SPOUT1L)
Output
Internally connected to H2 terminal. H2 terminal is used as SPOUT1L terminal. (Not used)
66*
SPOUT2L
Output
L-ch speaker connection terminal 2 (Not used)
67
BBL
Output
Capacitance connection terminal for L-ch bus boost (0.1 µF)
68
AVDD
–
Analogue power supply (2.65 to 3.30 V)
69
AVSS
–
Analogue earth
70
EXC
–
Capacitance connection terminal for preventing external output pop noise
71
HPOUTR
Output
R-ch headphone output terminal
72*
SPOUT2R
Output
R-ch speaker connection terminal 2 (Not used)
73*
(SPOUT1R)
Output
Internally connected to H8 terminal. H8 terminal is used as SPOUT1R terminal. (Not used)
SPOUT2R
SPOUT1R
EQ3R
EQ2R
SPOUT2L
SPOUT1L
EQ3L
EQ2L
EQ1R
EQ1L
HPC
HPOUTR
BBR
HPOUTL
/MONO
BBL
EXC
EXTOUT
TXOUT
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
SPVSSL
VOL
SPVDDL
+
SP
Vol
VREF
SPVSSR
SP
Vol
VREF
VOL
VOL
+
VREF
SPVDDR
VREF
AVSS
MONO
+
+
+
FMR
+
FML
FMM
AVDD
VOL
VOL
DAC
+
BASS
BOOST
- +
VOL BASS
BOOST
+
VOL
RXIN
VOL
EXTIN
X
DVX operation
part
Reset
Wiring switching
Fader EG
Adder
VOL
VOL
Equalizer
Tone
ROM
Hybrid sound source
(equivalent to MA-5)
SRAM
8 k-byte
/RST
IRQ
/IRQ
LED
MTR
LED0
LED[2:1]
(GPIO[5:4])
MTR
TG
Sampling Rate
Converter
PLLC
CLKI
BCLK
Digital audio
interface
Sequencer part
(equivalent to MA-5)
MA-5 core
LRCK
SDI
GPIO[3:0]
DVSS
CPU I/F
DVDD
D0 - D7
/RD
/WR
A0
IOVDD
/CS
+
- +
VOL
VOL
- +
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IC1603 (AN12974A): AGC STEREO AMP.
Pin No.
1
Terminal name
C3
Input/Output
Description of terminal
–
Surround filter terminal R-ch 1
2
R3
–
Surround filter terminal R-ch 2
3
– (Analogue signal)
Output
Surround output R-ch
4
– (Analogue signal)
Output
Inverting amplifier output R-ch for gain adjustment
5
– (Analogue signal)
Output
Inverting amplifier output R-ch for gain adjustment
6
AGC ON/OFF
Input
AGC ON/OFF switching
7
VREFSP
–
Precharge timing pin
8
VCC
–
VCC-SP (R-ch)
9
SP-SAVE
Input
Speaker power save ON/OFF switching
10
SPOUTR–
Output
Speaker output R-ch (–)
11
GNDSPR
–
Earth (SP R-ch)
12
SPOUTR+
Output
Speaker output R-ch (+)
13
SPOUTL–
Output
Speaker output L-ch (–)
14
GNDSPL
–
Earth (SP L-ch)
15
SPOUTL+
Output
Speaker output L-ch (+)
16
STB ON/OFF
Input
All standby ON/OFF switching
17
VCC
–
VCC-SP (L-ch)
18
VREFSP
–
1/2 VCC-SP (VREF-SP)
19
AGCDET
–
AGC signal detector
20
– (Analogue signal)
Output
Inverting amplifier output L-ch for gain adjustment
21
– (Analogue signal)
Output
Inverting amplifier output L-ch for gain adjustment
22
– (Analogue signal)
Output
Surround output L-ch
23
R1
–
Surround filter terminal L-ch 2
24
C1
–
Surround filter terminal L-ch 1
25
C2
–
Surround effect adjustment 1
26
R2
–
Surround effect adjustment 2
27
VREF
–
1/2 VCC (VREF)
28
IN-L
Input
Sound input terminal L-ch
29
VCC
–
VCC
30
IN-R
Input
Sound input terminal R-ch
31
GND
–
Earth
32
SURROUND ON/
OFF
Input
Surround ON/OFF switching
22
21
-34 dBV
23
0 dB
+
26
+6 dB
-6 dB
29
15
+13 dB
14
AGC
13
AGC
Det.
+13 dB
12
+13 dB
30
AGC
-40 dBV
+7 dB
-34 dBV
32
2
+
0 dB
3
4
10
+13 dB
-34 dBV
+6 dB
31
11
-27 dBV
-6 dB
1
17
16
SPATIALIZER®
28
18
-27 dBV
-40 dBV
27
19
+7 dB
25
20
-34 dBV
24
5
6 – 22
9
Timing
Cont.
6
7
8
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IC1700 VHIAK4569++-1L (AK4569): PCM CODEC
Pin No.
1
Terminal name
PDN
Input/Output
Input
Description of terminal
Power down pin
When this pin is set at “L”, the device is powered down internally and reset. When the
power is turned on, input “L” once.
2
CSN
Input
Control data chip select pin
3
CCLK
Input
Control clock input pin
4
CDTI
Input
Control data input pin
5
LRCK
Input
L/R clock pin
Determines an audio data channel
6
MCLK
Input
Master clock input pin
7
BICK
Input
Serial bit clock pin
Clock for shifting audio data
8
SDTI
Input
Audio data input pin
9
SDTO
Output
Audio data output pin
When PMADC bit = “0”, pin SDTO is DVSS
10
DVDD
–
Digital power supply pin
11
DVSS
–
Digital earth pin
12
HVSS
–
Earth pin for headphone amplifier
13
HVDD
–
Power supply pin for headphone amplifier
14*
HPR
Output
R-ch HP-Amp output pin (Not used)
When PMHPR bit = “0”, pin HPR is HVSS
15*
HPL
Output
L-ch HP-Amp output pin (Not used)
When PMHPL bit = “0”, pin HPL is HVSS
16
MUTET
Output
Mute time constant control pin
When PMHPL bit = PMHPR bit = “0”, pin MUTET is HVSS
17*
MOUT
Output
Monaural analogue output pin (Not used)
When PMMO bit = “0”, pin MOUT is Hi-Z
18
MIN
Input
Monaural analogue input pin
19
RIN
Input
R-ch analogue input pin
20
LIN
Input
L-ch analogue input pin
21
VREF
Output
Reference voltage output pin, 2.1 V (referenced to typ. AVSS)
When PMVCM bit = “0”, pin VREF is AVSS
22
VCOM
Output
Common voltage pin, 1.25 V (referenced to typ. AVSS)
When PMVCM bit = “0”, pin VCOM is AVSS
23
AVSS
–
Analogue earth pin
24
AVDD
–
Analogue power supply pin
25
AINR2
Input
ADC R-ch analogue input 2 (MIC input)
26
AINL2
Input
ADC L-ch analogue input 2 (MIC input)
27
AINR1
Input
ADC R-ch analogue input 1 (LINE input)
28
AINL1
Input
ADC L-ch analogue input 1 (LINE input)
Note: Keep the digital input pin connected.
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
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IC1701 VHIMM1671XN-1R (MM1671XN): VIDEO AMP.
Pin No.
Terminal name
Description of terminal
1
PS
Power save
2
OUT
Signal output
3
SAG
Sag correction
4
IN
Signal input
5
GND
Earth
6
VCC (V+)
Power supply
Top View
1
6
2
5
3
4
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IC2001 VHIR116129D-1L (R1161D291D): SD POWER CONTROL
Pin No.
Terminal name
Description of terminal
1
VDD (VIN)
Input pin
2*
NC
Not used
3
VOUT
Output pin
4
ECO
High speed, low power switch
5
GND
Earth
6
/CE or CE
Chip enable pin
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
ECO
VDD
VOUT
-
+
GND
/CE
IC2002 RH-IX3067AFZZL (BD6020): COMPOUND POWER SUPPLY 2
Pin No.
Terminal name
Input/Output
–
Description of terminal
1
GNDT1
Test pin (GND internal connection)
2
VBAT1
–
Negative boost DC/DC power supply pin
3
GND1
–
Earth power supply pin
4
VIO
–
CPU I/F constant current driver power supply pin
5
CLK
Input
Three-wire serial clock input
6
RSTB
Input
Reset input
7
T2
–
Test pin (connected to T4)
8
VNEG
Input
Negative boost DC/DC output voltage detection pin
9*
NC
–
Not used
10
TRSW
Output
Switching Tr drive pin of negative boost DC/DC
11
DATA
Input
Three-wire serial data input
12
STRB
Input
Three-wire serial strobe input
13*
TEST1
Input
Test pin (Not used)
14
VOUT1
Output
REG1 output
15
SENSEN1
Input
Switching Tr current sense pin of negative boost DC/DC
16
SENSEN2
Input
Test pin
17
VBAT2B
–
REG1/REG2/VREF power supply pin
18
VBAT2A
–
REG1/REG2/VREF power supply pin (VIN)
19
SENSP2
Input
Test pin
20
SENSP1
Input
Switching Tr current sense pin of negative boost DC/DC
21*
TEST2
Input
Test pin (Not used)
22
VOUT2
Output
REG2 output
23
CNTOUT
Output
External regulator control output
24
VSEL2
Input
REG2 output voltage switching pin
25
VREF
Output
Voltage reference & smoothing capacitor connection pin
26
CURSENS
Input
Current detection pin for constant current drive
27
GNDP
–
Earth
28
GND3
–
Earth
29
VBAT3
–
Boost DC/DC power supply pin
30
REG2CNT
Input
REG2 control pin
31
VPLUS11
Input
REGCP power supply pin
32
GND2
–
Earth
33*
CUR
Output
Transistor drive pin for constant current drive control (Not used)
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Pin No.
34
Terminal name
T4
Input/Output
Description of terminal
–
Test pin (connected to T2)
Boost DC/DC switching pin
35
SW
Output
36
VBATP
–
Boost DC/DC driver power supply pin
37
REG1CNT
Input
REG1 control pin
38
VPLUS12
Input
Boost DC/DC voltage detection pin
39
CAMP
Output
REGCP output
40
GNDT3
–
Test pin
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
TOP VIEW
IC2003 RH-IX3068AFZZL (BD6030): COMPOUND POWER SUPPLY 3
Pin No.
Terminal name
Input/Output
Description of terminal
1*
NC
–
Not used
2
GND
–
Earth
3
PD
Input
Power control pin
4*
NC
–
Not used
5
VSEL
Input
Output voltage switching pin
6
VBAT
Input
VBAT power supply pin
7*
NC
–
Not used
8*
VREF (NC)
Output
Reference voltage output pin (Not used)
9
VOUT
Output
Negative voltage output
10*
NC
–
Not used
11
VNEG
–
Negative power supply pin
12
VSUB
–
Test pin
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
1
12
11
10
2
3
TOP VIEW
9
8
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4
5
6
7
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IC2005 RH-IXA021AFZZL (BD6015GU): COMPOUND POWER SUPPLY 1
Pin No.
Terminal name
Input/Output
–
Description of terminal
1
T1
Dummy pin
2
LEDG
Output
Green LED drive output pin
3
GND1
–
Earth
4
VBAT1
–
VBAT power supply pin
5*
LSO11
Output
Level shift output 1 (Not used)
6*
LSO12
Output
Level shift output 1 (Not used)
7
WVOUT
Output
2 or 4 times boost charge pump output
8
T2
–
Dummy pin
9
TEST
Input
Test pin
10
LEDR
Output
Red LED drive output pin
11
LEDB
Output
Blue LED drive output pin
12
TRSW
Output
DC-DC switching transistor drive pin for R/G/B LED
13
CAPP1
Output
2 or 4 times boost charge pump C1 connection pin
14*
CAPN1
Output
2 or 4 times boost charge pump C1 connection pin (Not used)
15
SENSP
Input
DC-DC switching transistor current sense pin for R/G/B LED
16
SENSN
Input
DC-DC switching transistor current sense pin for R/G/B LED
17
CAP3
Output
2 or 4 times boost charge pump output pin
18
CPIN
Input
2 or 4 times boost charge pump input pin
19
CAPP2
Output
2 or 4 times boost charge pump C2 connection pin
20
VIO
–
Logic system power supply pin
21
VPLUS2
Input
DC-DC boost voltage feedback input for R/G/B LED
22*
CAPN2
Output
2 or 4 times boost charge pump (Not used)
23
GND3
–
Earth
24
STRB
Input
Three-wire serial strobe input
25
CLK
Input
Three-wire serial clock input
26
VPLUS12
Input
DC-DC boost voltage feedback input for Main Display/Sub Display backlight
27*
CAMP
Output
15 V voltage output pin for camera (Not used)
28
DATA
Input
Three-wire serial data input
29
FRP
Input
Level shift circuit, rectangular wave input pin
30
IREF
Output
Resistance connection pin for current reference
31
VREF
Output
Current reference pin
32
LEDCTL
Input
R/G/B LED On/Off control pin
33*
ERROUT
Output
SWREG1 error detection amplifier output (Not used)
34
FLED
Output
Main Display backlight white LED drive pin
35
GND2
–
Earth
36*
SBD
Input
SBD input pin (Not used)
37
VNEG
Input
Negative power supply pin for camera
38*
CAMN
Output
–8 V voltage output pin for camera (Not used)
39
T4
–
Dummy pin
40
RSTB
Input
Reset input
41
BLED
Output
Sub Display backlight white LED drive pin
42
SW
Output
DC-DC coil switching pin for Main Display/Sub Display backlight
43
GNDP
Output
Earth
44
VBAT2
–
VBAT power supply pin
45
VPLUS11
Input
DC-DC boost voltage feedback input for Main Display/Sub Display backlight
46
T3
–
Dummy pin
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
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A
T1
1
LEDG
2
GND1
3
VBAT1
4
B
TEST
9
LEDR
10
LEDB
11
TRSW
12
C
SENSP
15
SENSN
16
D
VIO
20
E
WVOUT
7
T2
8
CAPP1
13
CAPN1
14
CPIN
18
CAPP2
19
VPLUS2
21
CAPN2
22
GND3
23
STRB
24
CLK
25
VPLUS12
26
CAMP
27
F
DATA
28
FRP
29
IREF
30
VREF
31
G
LEDCTL
32
ERROUT
33
H
T4
39
RSTB
40
1
2
VBAT2
LSO11
5
LSO12
6
CAP3
17
VBAT1
FLED
34
GND2
35
SBD
36
VNEG
37
CAMN
38
BLED
41
SW
42
GNDP
43
VBAT2
44
VPLUS11
45
T3
46
3
4
5
6
7
8
SBD
SW
VPLUS11
LDO
GNDP
Driver
GND1
BLED
GND2
Osc
O
ERROUT
VREF
FLED
S
R
Voltage Vref
Reference
+
-
Current
Reference
-
IREF
VPLUS12
+
Oscillator
LDO
15.0V
VIO
CAMP
VNEG
LDO
. . 8.0V
TEST
Driver
Control
Logic
100 kohm
CAMN
TRSW
+
Osc
DATA
CLK
O
STRB
RSTB
+
SENSP
-
SENSN
+
GND3
S
R
+
-
-
VPLUS2
+
Constant Current
Regulator Circuit
CPIN
4 times
Boost
Charge
Pump
CAPP1
CAPN1
CAPP2
Constant Current
Drive Circuit
LEDR
Constant Current
Drive Circuit
LEDG
Constant Current
Drive Circuit
LEDB
LEDCTL
CAPN2
CAP3
Shut Down Control
(with Thermal Shut Down)
WVOUT
T4
S9
LSO11
T2
T3
Level
Shift
FRP
T1
LSO12
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IC3000 (LR38866): DISPLAY CONTROLLER
Pin No.
1
Terminal name
DUMMY4
Input/Output
Description of terminal
–
Dummy 4
2
VDDCORE
–
Power supply
3
BSPIXEL3/NDATA3
TYBUF03P (A)
BS: external BitStream data bus
NTSC: NTSC encoder output
4
BSPIXEL5/NDATA5
TYBUF03P (A)
BS: external BitStream data bus
NTSC: NTSC encoder output
5
VDDIOB
–
Power supply
6
BSHS_B/HSYNC_NT
TYBUF03S (O)
BS: external BitStream horizontal sync signal
NTSC: horizontal sync signal
7
OSCIN
PDX0E1DG
Oscillating circuit input
8
VDDOSC
–
Power supply
9*
SUBCS_B/
SUBGPO3
TYBUF04P
Sub Display chip select (STN/TFT control)/general purpose output (Not used)
10*
SUBDB4
TYBUF04P
Sub Display data bus (STN/TFT control) (Not used)
11
VDDIOD
–
Power supply
Sub Display data bus (STN/TFT control) (Not used)
12*
SUBDB7
TYBUF04P
13*
SUBRS/SUBGPO2
TYBUF04P
Sub Display data recognition signal (STN/TFT control)/general purpose output (Not used)
14
VDDIOD
–
Power supply
15
SUBFLMIN
TYBUF02P
Sub Display FLM signal (STN control)
16
DUMMY3
–
Dummy 3
17
BSPIXEL2/NDATA2
TYBUF03P (A)
BS: external BitStream data bus
NTSC: NTSC encoder output
18
VDDCORE
–
Power supply
19
BSPIXEL4/NDATA4
TYBUF03P (A)
BS: external BitStream data bus
NTSC: NTSC encoder output
20
BSPIXEL6/NDATA6
TYBUF03P (A)
BS: external BitStream data bus
NTSC: NTSC encoder output
21
BSBLK_B
TYBUF03S (A)
External BitStream data valid signal
22
BSVS_B/VSYNC_NT
TYBUF03S (O)
BS: external BitStream vertical sync signal
NTSC: vertical sync signal
23*
OSCOUT
PDX0E1DG
Oscillating circuit output (Not used)
24*
GPO8
TYBUF04P
General purpose output (Not used)
25*
SUBDB0
TYBUF04P
Sub Display data bus (STN/TFT control) (Not used)
26*
SUBDB3
TYBUF04P
Sub Display data bus (STN/TFT control) (Not used)
27*
SUBDB5
TYBUF04P
Sub Display data bus (STN/TFT control) (Not used)
28*
SUBCK/SUBGPO1
TYBUF04P
Sub Display clock (STN/TFT control)/general purpose output (Not used)
29*
SUBRD_B/
SUBGPO5
TYBUF04P
Sub Display read signal (STN/TFT control)/general purpose output (Not used)
30
VDDCORE
–
Power supply
31*
SUBCKS/SUBGPO0
TYBUF04P
Clock switching signal for Sub Display (STN/TFT control)/general purpose output (Not
used)
32
VDDPLL
–
Power supply
33
VDDIOB
–
Power supply
34
BSPIXEL1/NDATA1
TYBUF03P (A)
BS: external BitStream data bus
NTSC: NTSC encoder output
35
PLLDIV2
TYBUF04P
PLL multiplication ratio switching signal
36
PLLDIV0
TYBUF04P
PLL multiplication ratio switching signal
37
BSPIXEL0/NDATA0
TYBUF03P (A)
BS: external BitStream data bus
NTSC: NTSC encoder output
38
NTCLK
TYBUF02S
External supply clock
39*
NC
–
Not used
40
BSPIXEL7/NDATA7
TYBUF03P (A)
BS: external BitStream data bus
NTSC: NTSC encoder output
41
BSCLK/DCLK_NT
TYBUF03S (A)
BS: external BitStream data clock
NTSC: data sampling clock
42*
GPO9
TYBUF04P
General purpose output (Not used)
43*
SUBWR_B/
SUBGPO4
TYBUF04P
Sub Display write signal (STN/TFT control)/general purpose output (Not used)
44*
SUBDB1
TYBUF04P
Sub Display data bus (STN/TFT control) (Not used)
45*
SUBDB2
TYBUF04P
Sub Display data bus (STN/TFT control) (Not used)
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Terminal name
Input/Output
TYBUF04P
Description of terminal
46*
SUBDB6
Sub Display data bus (STN/TFT control) (Not used)
47
SUBLPIN
TYBUF02P
Sub Display LP signal (STN control)
48*
NC
–
Not used
49
PLLDIV1
TYBUF04P
PLL multiplication ratio switching signal
50
XIN/SCANCK
TYBUF02S
External clock input signal
51
BDATA4
TYBUF04P
Main Display panel B output signal
52
BDATA5
TYBUF04P
Main Display panel B output signal
53*
GPO5
TYBUF04P
General purpose output (Not used)
54
GND
–
Earth
55
GND
–
Earth
56
GNDOSC
–
Earth
57*
NC
–
Not used
58*
NC
–
Not used
59
GND
–
Earth
60*
NC
–
Not used
61
GND
–
Earth
62
SCL
TYBUF04S
I2C serial clock pin
63
GPI4
TYBUF02S_PD
General purpose input
64
VDDCORE
–
Power supply
65
VDDIOB
–
Power supply
66
BDATA3
TYBUF04P
Main Display panel B output signal
67
BDATA2
TYBUF04P
Main Display panel B output signal
68
BDATA1
TYBUF04P
Main Display panel B output signal
69
GNDPLL
–
Earth
70
SDA
TYBUF04S
I2C serial data pin
71*
WAIT_B
TYBUF02P
External wait signal (Not used)
72
LCDINT
TYBUF02P
External interruption signal
73
BDATA0
TYBUF04P
Main Display panel B output signal
74*
GPO4
TYBUF04P
General purpose output (Not used)
75
GDATA0
TYBUF04P
Main Display panel G output signal
76
GND
–
Earth
77*
NC
–
Not used
78
DB15
TYBUF03P (A)
Parallel data bus
79
GPI5
TYBUF02S_PD
General purpose input
80
GPO7
TYBUF04P
General purpose output
81
GDATA1
TYBUF04P
Main Display panel G output signal
82
GDATA2
TYBUF04P
Main Display panel G output signal
83
GDATA3
TYBUF04P
Main Display panel G output signal
84*
NC
–
Not used
85
GND
–
Earth
86
DB12
TYBUF03P (A)
Parallel data bus
87
DB14
TYBUF03P (A)
Parallel data bus
88
VDDIOA
–
Power supply
89
VDDIOB
–
Power supply
90
GDATA4
TYBUF04P
Main Display panel G output signal
91
GDATA5
TYBUF04P
Main Display panel G output signal
92
GND
–
Earth
Test signal
93
TESTI
TYBUF02P_PD
94
DB11
TYBUF03P (A)
Parallel data bus
95
DB10
TYBUF03P (A)
Parallel data bus
96
DB13
TYBUF03P (A)
Parallel data bus
97
RDATA0
TYBUF04P
Main Display panel R output signal
98
RDATA1
TYBUF04P
Main Display panel R output signal
99
GPO1
TYBUF04P
General purpose output
100*
NC
–
Not used
101
GND
–
Earth
102*
GPCLK
TYBUF04P
General purpose clock output (Not used)
103
DB9
TYBUF03P (A)
Parallel data bus
104*
GPO6
TYBUF04P
General purpose output (Not used)
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Pin No.
Terminal name
Input/Output
Description of terminal
105
RDATA2
TYBUF04P
Main Display panel R output signal
106
RDATA3
TYBUF04P
Main Display panel R output signal
107
RDATA4
TYBUF04P
Main Display panel R output signal
108
GND
–
Earth
109
SCANEN
TYBUF02P_PD
Full scan valid signal
110
DB7
TYBUF03P (A)
Parallel data bus
111
DB8
TYBUF03P (A)
Parallel data bus
112
VDDIOA
–
Power supply
113
VDDIOB
–
Power supply
114
RDATA5
TYBUF04P
Main Display panel R output signal
115
VSYNC
TYBUF02P
Main Display vertical sync signal
116
GND
–
Earth
117*
GPO10
TYBUF04P
General purpose output (Not used)
118
GND
–
Earth
119*
NC
–
Not used
120
GNDVD
–
Earth
121*
NC
–
Not used
122
GND
–
Earth
123*
NC
–
Not used
124
DB5
TYBUF03P (A)
Parallel data bus
125
DB4
TYBUF03P (A)
Parallel data bus
126
DB6
TYBUF03P (A)
Parallel data bus
127
DCLK
TYBUF02P
Main Display data sampling clock
128
HSYNC
TYBUF02P
Main Display horizontal sync signal
129*
NC
–
Not used
130*
SE_LD4/PORT5
TYBUF04P
Four-wire serial IF load signal 4/general purpose output (Not used)
131*
GPO11
TYBUF04P
General purpose output (Not used)
132
GPI3
TYBUF02S_PU
General purpose input
133
GPI1
TYBUF02S_PU
General purpose input
134
RXDTP
RECIVER_V3.4
Differential data input (Positive)
135
RXDTN
RECIVER_V3.4
Differential data input (Negative)
136
VDWAIT_B
TYBUF02P
External wait signal
137
RSP
TYBUF03S (A)
Register select signal
138*
MAGBUSY
TYBUF04P
Magnification circuit LINE direction BUSY output (Not used)
139
DB3
TYBUF03P (A)
Parallel data bus
140
DB2
TYBUF03P (A)
Parallel data bus
141*
GPO3
TYBUF04P
General purpose output (Not used)
142*
GPO2
TYBUF04P
General purpose output (Not used)
143
DB1
TYBUF03P (A)
Parallel data bus
144
VDDIOA
–
Power supply
145
VDDCORE
–
Power supply
146
VDDCORE
–
Power supply
147
SE_DO/PORT0
TYBUF04P
Four-wire serial IF data output/general purpose output
148
SE_LD1/PORT2
TYBUF04P
Four-wire serial IF load signal 1/general purpose output
149*
SE_LD3/PORT4
TYBUF04P
Four-wire serial IF load signal 3/general purpose output (Not used)
150*
PWMLCD/PORT9
TYBUF04P
PWMLCD output/general purpose output (Not used)
151*
PWM0/PORT7
TYBUF04P
PWM output 0/general purpose output (Not used)
152
GPI0
TYBUF02S_PU
General purpose input
153
RXCKP
RECIVER_V3.4
Differential clock input (Positive)
154
RXCKN
RECIVER_V3.4
Differential clock input (Negative)
155
GPO0
TYBUF04P
General purpose output
VD-Link ON/OFF setting
156
VD0N
TYBUF02P
157
CS_B
TYBUS03S (O)
Device select signal
158
WR_B
TYBUF03S (O)
Host write strobe signal
159
VDDCORE
–
Power supply
160
DB0
TYBUF03P (A)
Parallel data bus
161
DUMMY2
–
Dummy 2
162
SE_DI/PORT6
TYBUF04P
Four-wire serial input/general purpose output
163
VDDIOC
–
Power supply
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Pin No.
Terminal name
164
SE_CK/PORT1
165*
166
Input/Output
Description of terminal
TYBUF04P
Four-wire serial IF clock output/general purpose output
SE_LD2/PORT3
TYBUF04P
Four-wire serial IF load signal 2/general purpose output (Not used)
VDDIOC
–
Power supply
167*
PWM1/PORT8
TYBUF04P
PWM output 1/general purpose output (Not used)
168
GPI2
TYBUF02S_PU
General purpose input
169
GSR
RECIVER_V3.4
External resistance pin for gain adjustment
170
VDDVD
–
Power supply
171
RESET_B
TYBUF02S
Master reset
172
VDDIOA
–
Power supply
173
BUFOFF_B
TYBUF02P
GATED buffer switching signal for through current protection
174
RD_B
TYBUF03S (O)
Host read strobe signal
175
VDDCORE
–
Power supply
176
DUMMY1
–
Dummy 1
PDX0E1DG
: OSC (Oscillator buffer with oscillation stop function)
TYBUF04P
: IOC2M (I/O buffer. Input: CMOS buffer, Output: Iol = 2 mA)
TYBUF04S
: IOCS2M (I/O buffer. Input: CMOS Schmidt buffer, Output: Iol = 2 mA)
TYBUF02P
: IOC (I/O buffer. Input: CMOS buffer, Output: Iol = 4 mA)
TYBUF02P_PD : IOCD (I/O buffer. Input: CMOS buffer with 65 k ohm pull-down resistance, Output: Iol = 4 mA)
TYBUF02S
: IOCS (I/O buffer. Input: CMOS Schmidt buffer, Output: Iol = 4 mA)
TYBUF02S_PU : IOCSU (I/O buffer. Input: CMOS Schmidt buffer with 75 k ohm pull-up resistance, Output: Iol = 4 mA)
TYBUF02S_PD : IOCSD (I/O buffer. Input: CMOS Schmidt buffer with 65 k ohm pull-down resistance, Output: Iol = 4 mA)
TYBUF03P (A)
: IOCAN6M (I/O buffer. Input: 2 inputs AND type CMOS buffer with through current protection, Output: Iol = 6 mA)
TYBUF03S (A)
: IOCSAN6M (I/O buffer. Input: 2 inputs AND type CMOS Schmidt buffer with through current protection, Output: Iol = 6 mA)
TYBUF03S (O) : IOCSOR6M (I/O buffer. Input: 2 inputs OR type CMOS Schmidt buffer with through current protection, Output: Iol = 6 mA)
RECIVER_V3.4 : VD-Link receiver
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
DUMMY VDD
BUFOF VDD RESET VDD
PWM1/ VDD SE_LD2 SE_CK/
RD_8
GSR GPI2
1 CORE
F_B IOA _B VD
PORT8 IOC /PORT3 PORT1
VDD
PWM0/ PWMLCD SE_LD3 SE_LD1
DB00
WR_B CS_B VDON GPO0 RXCKN RXCKP GPI0
PORT7 /PORT9 /PORT4 /PORT2
CORE
VDD
DB01
IOA
VDWAIT
SE_LD4
MAG
DB02 DB03
RXDTN RXDTP GPI1 GPI3 GPO11
NC
RSP
_B
/PORT5
BUSY
DB06 DB04
DB05 NC GND NC GNDVD NC GND GPO10 GND VSYNC
VDD
DB08
IOA
DB07
GPO6 DB09
GPCLK GND
DB13 DB10
DB11 TESTI
VDD
DB14
IOA
DB12 GND
GPO7 GPI5
DB15 NC
LCD
INT
VDD
CORE
XIN/
SCANCK
PLL
DIV0
VDD
PLL
SCANE
N
GND
RDATA
4
NC GPO1
SDA
GND
PLL
GPI4
SCL GND NC GND NC
HSYNC DCLK M
SUBDB MP4_PL
L
LCK
7
RDATA RDATA
K
3
2
RDATA RDATA
J
1
0
GDATA VDD
I
4
IOB
GDATA GDATA
H
2
1
BDATA
G
GPO4
0
RDATA RDATA
1
2
RDATA VDD
F
3
IOB
BDATA BDATA
E
5
4
BSPIXE
NTCLK
D
L0
GND
GND GND GPO5
OSC
SUB SUB SUB SUB SUB
BSPIXE
GPO9 BSCLK
NC
NC
L7
LPIN DB6 DB2 DB1 WR_B
NC
GPO2 GPO3 N
GDATA
5
GDATA
NC
3
GDATA
GND
0
GND
WAIT
_B
VDD SE_DI/ DUMMY P
IOC PORT6 2
SE_DO VDD VDD
O
/PORT0 CORE CORE
PLL
DIV1
PLL
BSPIXE VDD C
DIV2
L1 IOB
SUB VDD SUB SUB SUB SUB SUB
OSC BSVS BSBLK BSPIXE BSPIXE VDD BSPIXE B
GPO8
OUT _B
_B L6
L4 CORE L2
CKS CORE RD_B CK DB5 DB3 DB0
DUMMY SUBFL VDD SUB SUB VDD SUB SUB VDD OSC BSHS VDD BSPIXE BSPIXE VDD DUMMY A
MIN IOD RS DB7 IOD DB4 CS_B OSC IN
_B IOB L5
3
L3 CORE 4
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
TOP VIEW
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[2] Function table of Display
Pin
No.
Main Display (LCD3000: RLCUBA017AF02)
Pin
No.
Terminal
name
Input/Output
Terminal
name
Input/Output
Description of terminal
50
C3+
–
Booster capacitor connection
terminal
51
C2-
–
Booster capacitor connection
terminal
52
C2+
–
Booster capacitor connection
terminal
53
C1-
–
Booster capacitor connection
terminal
54
C1+
–
Booster capacitor connection
terminal
Description of terminal
1
T-COM
Input
COM electric potential input for
CS
2
T-COM
Input
COM electric potential input for
CS
3
TFT-COM
Input
COM voltage input terminal
4
COMC
Output
COM signal output
5
COMC
Output
COM signal output
6
COMDC
Output
COM centre voltage output
55
VDC2
Output
DC/DC converter output
7
VCOMH
Output
COM amplitude voltage output
56
VDC2
Output
DC/DC converter output
8
B0
Input
Blue data signal (LSB)
57
VR
Output
Reference power supply output
9
B1
Input
Blue data signal
58
VS
Output
Source power supply output
10
B2
Input
Blue data signal
59
VS
Output
Source power supply output
11
B3
Input
Blue data signal
12
B4
Input
Blue data signal
B5
Input
Blue data signal (MSB)
14
G0
Input
Green data signal (LSB)
15
G1
Input
Green data signal
16
G2
Input
Green data signal
17
G3
Input
Green data signal
18
G4
Input
Green data signal
19
G5
Input
Green data signal (MSB)
20
R0
Input
Red data signal (LSB)
21
R1
Input
Red data signal
22
R2
Input
Red data signal
23
R3
Input
Red data signal
24
R4
Input
Red data signal
25
R5
Input
Red data signal (MSB)
26
DCLK
Input
Data sampling clock
27
HSY
Input
Horizontal sync signal
28
VSY
Input
Vertical sync signal
29*
SO
Output
Serial data output (Not used)
30
SI
Input
Serial data input
31
SCLK
Input
Serial clock input
32
CS
Input
Serial interface chip select
33
RESET
Input
Hard reset
34
VCC
–
Logic power supply
35
GND
–
Earth
36
GND
–
Earth
37
VDC
–
Analogue power supply
38
VDC
–
Analogue power supply
39*
COM2
–
Not used
40*
VCLAMP
Output
Not used
41
VSS2
Output
DC/DC converter output
42
VSS1
Output
DC/DC converter output
43*
NC
–
Not used
44
VDD2
Output
DC/DC converter output
45
C5-
–
Booster capacitor connection
terminal
46
C5+
–
Booster capacitor connection
terminal
47
C4-
–
Booster capacitor connection
terminal
48
C4+
–
Booster capacitor connection
terminal
49*
C3-
–
Booster capacitor connection
terminal (Not used)
MAIN DISPLAY
To input terminal
13
In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which
is not connected to the outside.
6 – 33
1
59
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Sub Display (LCD2000: RLCUBA016AFZZ)
Pin
No.
Terminal
name
Input/Output
Description of terminal
1
SDIN
Input
Serial data input
2
SCLK
Input
Serial clock input
3
DC_B
Input
Data/command selection input
4
SCEB
Input
Chip enable
5
RESET_B
Input
Reset input
6
VDD
–
MPU power supply terminal
7
VLCD
–
LCD drive circuit power supply
8
VSS
–
Earth
SUB DISPLAY
1
8
To input terminal
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PARTS GUIDE
No. S0422JNJ300/W
3G(UMTS)/GSM/GPRS PHONE
MODEL
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CONTENTS
[1] DIODES
[4] ACCESSORIES/PACKING
PARTS
[2] OTHER CIRCUITRY
PARTS
[5] P.W.B. ASSEMBLY
[3] CABINET PARTS
[6] OTHER SERVICE PARTS
Parts marked with " " are important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these
parts with specified ones for maintaining the safety and performance of the set.
SHARP CORPORATION
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for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
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CONFIDENTIAL
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
DESCRIPTION
[1] DIODES
LED120
0
LED200
5
LED200
6
VHPBRPY121F-1L
AD
LED,Green/Red,BRPY121F
VHPGM56281A-1L
AP
LED,Red/Green/Blue,GM56281A
VHPNECW008A-1L
AH
LED,White,NECW008A
[2] OTHER CIRCUITRY PARTS
ANT901
BAT120
0
CN061
CN901
CN902
CN1000
CN1200
CN1201
CN1300
CN1500
CN1501
CN2000
CN2001
CN2002
CN2003
CN3000
CN3001
CN3003
EP1000
FS1200
FS2000
FS2001
FS2002
JK1600
LCD200
0
LCD300
0
MIC200
MIC201
SP2000
SP2001
VIB001
QCNTAA019AFZZN
AF
Terminal,Aerial
RDNTL0017AFZZ
AG
Battery,Back-up
QCNCW947FAFZZL
QCNCW878AAFPZL
QCNCMA47AAFZZL
QCNCWA023AF27L
QCNTAA016AFZZL
QSOCZA006AFZZL
-------QCNCWA010AF50N
QCNCWA020AF40R
QCNCWA010AF50N
QCNCW953JAFZZL
QCNCWTP40AFZZN
QCNCWA022AF08R
QCNCWA023AF59L
QCNCWA034AF40L
QCNCWA056AF08R
RPHODA007AFZZ
QFS-LA010WJZZY
QFS-L132HAFZZN
QFS-L631HAFZZN
QFS-L132HAFZZN
QCNCWA017AFZZL
AF
AE
AG
AH
AL
AG
AH
AM
AH
AK
AF
AF
AM
BA
AU
AK
AC
AC
AC
AC
AF
Terminal,Bluetooth Aerial
Connector,Coaxial
Connector,Coaxial
Socket,27Pin
Terminal,Battery
Connector,USIM Card
This Parts is Supplied with Cabinet Parts 106
Socket,50Pin
Socket,40Pin
Socket,50Pin
Connector,Memory Card
Socket,40Pin
Socket,8Pin
Socket,59Pin
Socket,40Pin
Socket,8Pin
Earpiece
Fuse,2A
Fuse,1.25A
Fuse,0.63A
Fuse,1.25A
Connector,VIDEO OUT/Handsfree Microphone
RLCUBA016AFZZ
AW
Sub Display
RLCUBA017AF02
BT
Main Display
RMICCA007AFZZ
RMICCA007AFZZ
RSP-ZA009AFZZ
RSP-ZA009AFZZ
RMOTVA004AFZZ
AK
AK
AL
AL
AK
Microphone
Microphone
Speaker
Speaker
Vibrator
2
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
[3] CABINET PARTS
164
603x2
104
A
102
106-10
(LCD2000)
106-1
102-1
106-3
136
156 (VIB001)
B
106
158
(SP2000)
SD PWB-C
106-12
138
158
(SP2001)
137
106-2
143
137
160
(PWB-D)
150
142
162
C
106-11
(PWB-H)
106-5
152
149
153
(BAT1200)
106-9
106-4
MAIN PWB-A
D
108
(PWB-F)
139
106-6
106-7x2
106-13x2
114
PWB-B
159
(PWB-G)
151
144
129
154
(LCD3000)
106-8
133
111
606x2
165
134
131
E
166
122
167
126
107
(PWB-E)
147
118
110
604
140
F
604
124
116
123
125
120
157
(EP1000)
118
101
119
145
130
135
155
(MIC201)
155
(MIC200)
141
G
604x2
127
103-1(*)
601x2
132
128
103
161
103-1
115
605x2
2
112
112
102-1, 103-1(*): Deleted in the middle of October production.
139: Deleted in the December production.
113x2
1
602
602
109
H
101-1
117
163
4
3
3
5
6
902SH
NO.
CONFIDENTIAL
PARTS CODE
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
DESCRIPTION
[3] CABINET PARTS
!
!
!
101
101- 1
102
102
102
102
102
102- 1
103
103
103
103
103
103- 1
104
106
106
106
106
106
106
106
106
106
106
106
106
106
106
106
106
106
106
106- 1
106- 2
106- 3
106- 4
106- 5
106- 6
106- 7
106- 8
106- 9
106-10
106-11
106-12
106-13
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
DCABAW169AFSE
GMADIA049AFSA
DCABBW169AFSC
DCABBW169AFSE
DCABBW169AFSF
DCABBW169AFSK
DCABBW169AFSU
TLABZ2595AFZZ
DCABCW169AFSC
DCABCW169AFSE
DCABCW169AFSF
DCABCW169AFSK
DCABCW169AFSU
TLABZ2783AFZZ
DCABDW169AFSE
DKENDW169AFSB
DKENDW169AFSC
DKENDW169AFSD
DKENDW169AFSE
DKENDW169AFSF
DKENDW169AFSG
DKENDW169AFSH
DKENDW169AFSK
DKENDW169AFSP
DKENDW169AFSR
DKENDW169AFSS
DKENDW169AFST
DKENDW169AFSU
DKENDW169AFSW
DKENDW169AFSZ
DKENDW169AFS7
DKENDW169AFS8
DKENDW169AFS9
DUNTKW169AFS1
LHLDFA006AF01
LHLDZA091AF01
PSLDMA059AFZZ
PSLDMA061AFZZ
PSLDMA068AFZZ
QCNTAA017AFZZN
QCNWNA009AFZZ
QTANZA001AFZZL
RLCUBA016AFZZ
RUITKA006AFZZ
TLABZ2783AFZZ
PSPAZA035AFZZ
CUITKA007AFZZ
CUITKA009AFZZ
GCABEA045AFSB
GCABFA045AFSB
GCOVAA058AFSD
GCOVAA086AFSB
GCOVAA089AFSB
GCOVAA092AFSB
GCOVAA093AFSB
GCOVAA094AFSB
GCOVAA134AFSA
GCOVAA114AFSG
GCOVHA021AFSB
GCOVZA003AFSB
HDECQA023AFSB
HDECQA024AFSB
HDECQA025AFSB
JKNBZA046AFSA
LHLDFA005AFZZ
LHLDWA006AFZZ
LHLDWA007AFZZ
LHLDZA090AF01
LHLDZA124AFZZ
LHLDZA137AF01
MHNG-A006AFZZ
PCUSSA185AFZZ
PCUSSA199AFZZ
PCUSSA218AFZZ
PCUSSA230AFZZ
PCUSSA231AFZZ
PCUSSA232AFZZ
PCUSSA235AFZZ
PMAGZA004AFZZ
PSHEGA003AFZZ
PSHEMA002AFZZ
PSHEMA004AFZZ
PSHEZ1416AFZZ
PSHEZA381AFZZ
BB
AK
AY
AY
AY
AY
AY
AA
AY
AY
AY
AY
AY
AA
BD
Front Cabinet (Display) Assembly
Panel,Main Display
Back Cabinet (Display) Assembly [C]
Back Cabinet (Display) Assembly(Except for C,F,K,U
Back Cabinet (Display) Assembly [F]
Back Cabinet (Display) Assembly [K]
Back Cabinet (Display) Assembly [U]
Sensor Moisture (Large)
Front Cabinet (Key) Assembly [C]
Front Cabinet (Key) Assembly (Except for C,F,K,U)
Front Cabinet (Key) Assembly [F]
Front Cabinet (Key) Assembly [K]
Front Cabinet (Key) Assembly [U]
Sensor,Moisture (Small)
Back Cabinet (Key) Assembly
Board Unit [B]
Board Unit [C]
Board Unit [D]
Board Unit [E]
Board Unit [F]
Board Unit [G]
Board Unit [H]
Board Unit [K]
Board Unit [P]
Board Unit [R]
Board Unit [S]
Board Unit [T]
Board Unit [U]
Board Unit [W]
Board Unit [Z]
Board Unit [EP]
Board Unit [GP]
Board Unit [PP]
Camera Assembly
Holder,SD PWB
Holder Unit,Sub Display
Cover,BBK Shield Case
Cover,BBS Shield Case
Cover,RF Shield Case
Spacer,Hinge
Coaxial,Cable
Contact,Spring
Sub Display (LCD2000)
SD P.W.B. Connect FPC (PWB-H)
Sensor,Moisture (Small)
Spacer,CSP
Key FPC Unit (PWB-E)
LED FPC Unit (PWB-F)
Front Cabinet,Hinge
Back Cabinet,Hinge
Screw Cover,Side
Screw Cover,Display (Top)
Screw Cover,Key (Top)
Cover,External Connector
Connector Cover,VIDEO OUT/Handsfree Microphone
Slot Cover,Memory Card
Screw Cover,Display (Bottom)
Screw Cover,Hinge Cabinet
Protect Cover,Cabinet
Hinge,Memory Card Slot Cover
Belt,Top
Hinge Belt (Left)
Hinge Belt (Right)
Button,10Key
Holder,Main PWB
Wire Holder,A
Wire Holder,B
Holder Unit,Main Display
Fix Holder,Hinge
Holder,Hinge
Hinge Unit
Cushion,Hinge
Cushion,Coaxial Cable
Cushion,Grease
Cushion,Connector
Cushion,Display PWB
Spacer Cushion,Back Cabinet (Display)
Cushion,LED FPC Unit
Magnet
Sheet,Side Keys
Leaf,Copper (With Glue)
Leaf,Copper (With Kapton)
FPC Retainer Kapton
Kapton,Handling
CZ
CZ
CZ
BZ
AG
AH
AF
AK
AH
AD
AN
AB
AW
AS
AA
AA
BB
AT
AL
AL
AD
AC
AC
AD
AD
AH
AE
AC
AD
AD
AN
AH
AH
AV
AD
AC
AC
AR
AC
AE
AY
AB
AA
AC
AB
AB
AC
AB
AE
AC
AC
AE
AB
AB
4
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
DESCRIPTION
[3] CABINET PARTS
147
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
601
602
603
604
605
606
PSHEZA388AFZZ
PSHEZA395AFZZ
PSHEZA396AFZZ
PSLDMA111AFZZ
PSPAZA037AFZZ
RDNTL0017AFZZ
RLCUBA017AF02
RMICCA007AFZZ
RMOTVA004AFZZ
RPHODA007AFZZ
RSP-ZA009AFZZ
RUITKA005AFZZ
RUITKA014AFZZ
RUITZA023AFZZ
TLABZ2595AFZZ
TLABZA075AF0T
TSPC-A180AFZZ
GCOVAA088AFSB
GCOVAA090AFSA
GCOVZA004AFSB
LX-EZ0184AFZZ
LX-EZ0193AFZZ
LX-EZ0196AFZZ
LX-EZA004AFZZ
LX-EZA010AFFN
LX-EZA011AFF7
AC
AB
AB
AG
AC
AG
BT
AK
AK
AK
AL
AP
BB
BC
AA
AC
DH
AK
AC
AD
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
Sheet,Top Belt
Sheet,Display PWB
Kapton,Display PWB
Sheet,Shield
Spacer,PWB
Battery,Back-up (BAT1200)
Main Display (LCD3000)
Microphone (MIC200,201)
Vibrator (VIB001)
Earpiece (EP1000)
Speaker (SP2000,2001)
Speaker FPC (PWB-G)
Sub Camera Unit (PWB-D)
Thin Coaxial Cable
Sensor,Moisture (Large)
Label,Qualcomm
Label,Specifications
Aerial Cover
Cover,Infrared Port
Cover,Strap
Screw,M1.7x6mm
Screw,M1.7x4.5mm,Black
Screw,M1.7x5.5mm,Black
Screw,M1.4x2.8mm
Screw,M1.7x7.5mm
Screw,M1.4x1.6mm
5
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
[4] ACCESSORIES/PACKING PARTS
25
12,14,16 ([T] Only),
17,18,19,30 ([B] Only)
27 ([C,EP,F,K,U] Only)
9
10
15 ([F] Only)
13
7, 11,26
1
8
2
24
Phone
3
4
5
22 ([Z] Only)
29 ([B] Only)
27
23 ([U] Only)
6
AC Charger
RADPTA010AF01
RADPTA009AF01
RADPTA011AF01
6
20 ([B,E,EP,D] Only)
21 ([G,GP,H] Only)
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
DESCRIPTION
[4] ACCESSORIES/PACKING PARTS
!
!
!
!
1
1
2
2
3
3
3
4
5
5
5
6
6
6
7
8
9
9
9
9
10
10
11
12
12
13
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
15
16
17
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
25
25
26
26
27
29
30
GFTABA018AFSB
GFTABA028AFSA
QPLGJA005AFZZ
QPLGJA006AFZZ
RADPTA009AF01
RADPTA010AF01
RADPTA011AF01
RPHOHA004AF01
SPAKAA026AFZZ
SPAKAA046AFZZ
SPAKAA051AFZZ
SPAKCA172AFZZ
SPAKCA196AFZZ
SPAKCA198AFZZ
SPAKP1236AFZZ
SPAKPA014AFZZ
SPAKPA018AFZZ
SPAKPA019AFZZ
SPAKPA020AFZZ
SPAKPA025AFZZ
SPAKXA103AFZZ
SPAKXA147AFZZ
SSAKA0232AFZZ
SSAKAA004AFZZ
SSAKA0022AFZZ
SSAKH0329AFZZ
TCADHA039AFZZ
TCADHA050AFZZ
TCADHA052AFZZ
TCADHA054AFZZ
TCADHA057AFZZ
TCADHA059AFZZ
TCADHA061AFZZ
TCADHA071AFZZ
TCADHA103AFZZ
TCAUHA013AFZZ
TCADZ0263AFZZ
TCAUZA013AFZZ
TGANEA016AFZZ
TGANEA019AFZZ
TGANEA021AFZZ
TGANGA005AFZZ
TGANIA004AFZZ
TGANSA001AFZZ
TGANZA033AFZZ
TGANZA035AFZZ
TGANZA037AFZZ
TGANZA039AFZZ
TGANZA041AFZZ
TGANZA042AFZZ
TINSEA037AFZZ
TINSEA045AFZZ
TINSEA049AFZZ
TINSEA050AFZZ
TINSFA017AFZZ
TINSFA019AFZZ
TINSFA027AFZZ
TINSGA013AFZZ
TINSGA016AFZZ
TINSGA024AFZZ
TINSHA014AFZZ
TINSHA028AFZZ
TINSIA011AFZZ
TINSIA015AFZZ
TINSPA023AFZZ
TINSSA012AFZZ
TINSWA026AFZZ
TINSZA018AFZZ
TINSZA040AFZZ
TLABZ2793AFZZ
TLABZA044AFZZ
TLABZA053AFZZ
TLABZA061AFZZ
UBATIA013AF01
UDSKAA017AF01
UDSKAA023AF01
UDSKAA024AF01
UIMC-A005AFZZ
UIMC-A006AFZZ
-------TLABZA079AFZZ
TCADZA066AFZZ
AH
AH
AT
AT
**
**
**
AY
AH
AL
AK
AS
AS
AN
AA
AC
AN
AN
AN
AR
AG
AL
AC
AA
AA
AA
AG
AK
AM
AN
AN
AN
AM
AS
Battery Cover (Except for [C,F,U])
Battery Cover [C,F,U]
Video Cable (Except for [C,F,U])
Video Cable [C,F,U]
AC Charger B,C,D,F,G,GP,H,K,P,PP,S,T,U,W(XN-1QC91)
AC Charger [E,EP,R] (XN-1QC90)
AC Charger [Z] (XN-1QC92)
Handsfree Microphone Unit/Stereo Headset
Packing Add. [F,K]
Packing Add. [C,U]
Packing Add. [B,D,E,EP,G,GP,H,P,PP,R,S,T,W,Z]
Packing Case [B,D,E,P,PP,R,S,W,Z]
Packing Case [G,GP,H,T]
Packing Case [C,EP,F,K,U]
Polyethylene Bag,SD Memory Card
Polyethylene Bag,Phone
Accessories Box [B,D,E,EP,K,P,PP,R,S,W,Z]
Accessories Box [G,GP,H,T]
Accessories Box [F]
Accessories Box [C,U]
Pad,Division (Except for [C,U])
Pad,Division [C,U]
Case,SD Memory Card
Polyethylene Bag,User Guide (Except for [C,U])
Polyethylene Bag,User Guide [C,U]
Polyethylene Bag,Battery Cover
Quick Start Guide [E,EP,R,Z]
Quick Start Guide [G,GP]
Quick Start Guide [T]
Quick Start Guide [S]
Quick Start Guide [D]
Quick Start Guide [P,PP]
Quick Start Guide [W]
Quick Start Guide [H]
Quick Start Guide [B]
Caution Label,Handsfree Microphone Unit ( [F]Only)
Card,Free Service ( [T] Only)
Caution Sheet,Video Cable
Guarantee [E,EP]
Guarantee [R]
Guarantee [Z]
Guarantee [K]
Guarantee [T]
Guarantee [S]
Guarantee [D]
Guarantee [P,PP]
Guarantee [W]
Guarantee [H]
Guarantee [C]
Guarantee [U]
User Guide [E,EP,R]
User Guide [Z]
User Guide [C (English)]
User Guide [U (English)]
User Guide [F]
User Guide [U (French)]
User Guide [C (French)]
User Guide [G,GP]
User Guide [K]
User Guide [C (German)]
User Guide [H]
User Guide [U (Dutch)]
User Guide [T]
User Guide [C (Italian)]
User Guide [P,PP]
User Guide [S]
User Guide [W]
User Guide [D]
User Guide [B]
Sheet,Security ( [B,E,EP,D] Only)
Sheet,Transparent ( [G,GP,H]Only)
Label,ATIC ( [Z] Only)
Label,Battery ( [U] Only)
Lithium Ion Battery (XN-1BT90)
CD-ROM [B,D,E,EP,P,PP,R,S,W,Z]
CD-ROM [G,GP,H,T]
CD-ROM [C,F,K,U]
SD Memory Card (Except for [C,F,U])
SD Memory Card [C,F,U]
Label,Bar Code
Label,Hungary ( [B] Only)
DOC Copy ( [B] Only)
AC
AC
AB
AB
AE
AE
AE
AC
AD
AE
AD
AC
AE
AD
AF
AM
AY
AP
AY
AM
AY
AP
AP
AY
AP
AY
AY
AS
AP
AT
AT
AS
AT
AA
AC
AB
AC
**
AL
AL
AL
BF
BF
-
7
902SH
NO.
CONFIDENTIAL
PARTS CODE
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
DESCRIPTION
[5] P.W.B. ASSEMBLY
!
PWB-B/
D
PWB-E
PWB-F
PWB-G
PWB-H
DHAIZW169AFSE
CA
Display/Sub Camera Unit
CUITKA007AFZZ
CUITKA009AFZZ
RUITKA005AFZZ
RUITKA006AFZZ
BB
AT
AP
AS
Key FPC Unit
LED FPC Unit
Speaker FPC
SD P.W.B. Connect FPC
AD
Cap,Connector
[6] OTHER SERVICE PARTS
PCOVPA003AFZZ
8
CONFIDENTIAL
INDEX
– MEMO –
9
902SH
CONFIDENTIAL
902SH
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BY SHARP CORPORATION
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