DM 3400-01 3600-01 DSM rev D

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MOTOTRBO Detailed Service Manual...

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Foreword This manual covers all DM Series Mobiles, unless otherwise specified. This manual provides sufficient information to enable qualified service technicians to troubleshoot and repair DM Series Mobiles to the component level. For details on radio operation or basic troubleshooting, refer to the applicable manuals available separately.

! Caution

These servicing instructions are for use by qualified personnel only. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the Operating Instructions unless you are qualified to do so. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.

Product Safety and RF Exposure Compliance

! Caution

Before using this product, read the operating instructions for safe usage contained in the Product Safety and RF Exposure booklet enclosed with your radio. ATTENTION!

This radio is restricted to occupational use only to satisfy ICNIRP/FCC RF energy exposure requirements. Before using this product, read the RF energy awareness information and operating instructions in the Product Safety and RF Exposure booklet enclosed with your radio (Motorola Publication part number 6866537D37) to ensure compliance with RF energy exposure limits. For a list of Motorola-approved antennas, and other accessories, visit the following web site which lists approved accessories: http://www.motorola.com/governmentandenterprise

Computer Software Copyrights The Motorola products described in this manual may include copyrighted Motorola computer programs stored in semiconductor memories or other media. Laws in the United States and other countries preserve for Motorola certain exclusive rights for copyrighted computer programs, including, but not limited to, the exclusive right to copy or reproduce in any form the copyrighted computer program. Accordingly, any copyrighted Motorola computer programs contained in the Motorola products described in this manual may not be copied, reproduced, modified, reverse-engineered, or distributed in any manner without the express written permission of Motorola. Furthermore, the purchase of Motorola products shall not be deemed to grant either directly or by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, any license under the copyrights, patents or patent applications of Motorola, except for the normal non-exclusive license to use that arises by operation of law in the sale of a product.

Document Copyrights No duplication or distribution of this document or any portion thereof shall take place without the express written permission of Motorola. No part of this manual may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose without the express written permission of Motorola.

Disclaimer The information in this document is carefully examined, and is believed to be entirely reliable. However, no responsibility is assumed for inaccuracies. Furthermore, Motorola reserves the right to make changes to any products herein to improve readability, function, or design. Motorola does not assume any liability arising out of the applications or use of any product or circuit described herein; nor does it cover any license under its patent rights nor the rights of others.

Trademarks MOTOROLA and the Stylized M logo are registered in the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. © 2007–2009 by Motorola, Inc. All rights reserved.

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Document History The following major changes have been implemented in this manual since the previous edition: Edition

Description

Date

6866575D40-A

Initial edition

June 2007

6866575D40-B

Added VHF Low Power Band Information. Added issue C boards to all bands.

Nov. 2007

6866575D40-C

Added UHF2 Band Information.

June 2008

6866575D40-D

For UHF2 Band, changed four capacitors namely C0811, C0812, C0719 and C0746 in Power Amp schematic and parts list. Added section: Summary of Printed Circuit Boards and Bands available in manual.

June 2009

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Notes

DM 3400/DM 3401/ DM 3600/DM 3601 Mobile Radios Detailed Service Manual Contents Chapter 1

Service Maintainability

Chapter 2

Control Head Service Information

Chapter 3

Controller Service Information

Chapter 4

GPS Service Information

Chapter 5

VHF Low Power Service Information

Chapter 6

VHF High Power Service Information

Chapter 7

UHF1 Low Power Service Information

Chapter 8

UHF1 High Power Service Information

Chapter 9

UHF2 High Power Service Information

Appendix A

EMEA Regional Warranty, Service and Technical Support

Glossary

June, 2009

Notes

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Summary of Printed Circuit Boards and Bands available: Table below lists all the bands available in this manual and the revision of the Printed Circuit Boards used.For details, please refer to the respective chapters. Chapter

Description

PC Board Part Number

Board Revision

2

Numeric Display Control Head

8471214H02

A

2

Display Control Head

8415026C08

B

5

VHF Low Power 136–174 MHz, 1–25 W

8471495L01 8471495L03

A C

6

VHF High Power 136–174 MHz, 25–45 W

8478023A12 8478023A16

P8 C

7

UHF1 Low Power 403–470 MHz, 1–25 W

8471165L03 8471165L05

A C

8

UHF1 High Power 403–470 MHz, 25–40 W

8486777Z12 8486777Z14

A C

9

UHF2 High Power 450–527 MHz, 1–40 W

8471696M01

A

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Notes

M DM 3400/DM 3401/ DM 3600/DM 3601 Mobile Radios Chapter 1 Service Maintainability

Issue: June, 2009

Computer Software Copyrights The Motorola products described in this manual may include copyrighted Motorola computer programs stored in semiconductor memories or other media. Laws in the United States and other countries preserve for Motorola certain exclusive rights for copyrighted computer programs, including, but not limited to, the exclusive right to copy or reproduce in any form the copyrighted computer program. Accordingly, any copyrighted Motorola computer programs contained in the Motorola products described in this manual may not be copied, reproduced, modified, reverse-engineered, or distributed in any manner without the express written permission of Motorola. Furthermore, the purchase of Motorola products shall not be deemed to grant either directly or by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, any license under the copyrights, patents or patent applications of Motorola, except for the normal non-exclusive license to use that arises by operation of law in the sale of a product.

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Chapter 1 - Service Maintainability Table of Contents Section 1

Introduction

1.0 Notations Used in This Manual............................................................................ 1-1 2.0 Radio Description ................................................................................................ 1-1

Section 2

Maintenance

1.0 Introduction .......................................................................................................... 2-1 2.0 Preventive Maintenance ...................................................................................... 2-1 2.1 Inspection ....................................................................................................... 2-1 2.2 Cleaning Procedures...................................................................................... 2-1 3.0 Safe Handling of CMOS and LDMOS Devices.................................................... 2-2 4.0 Repair Procedures and Techniques — General.................................................. 2-4

Section 3

Test Equipment and Service Aids

1.0 Recommended Test Equipment .......................................................................... 3-1 2.0 Service Aids......................................................................................................... 3-2 3.0 Programming Cables ........................................................................................... 3-3

Section 4

Power-Up Self-Test

1.0 Power-Up Error Codes (Display Model only)....................................................... 4-1 2.0 Operational Error Codes...................................................................................... 4-2

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Notes

1-1

Section 1 INTRODUCTION 1.0

Notations Used in This Manual Throughout the text in this publication, you will notice the use of note and caution notations. These notations are used to emphasize that safety hazards exist, and due care must be taken and observed. NOTE: An operational procedure, practice, or condition that is essential to emphasize.

!

CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, might result in equipment damage.

Caution

2.0

Radio Description The DM series radios are available in the following frequency ranges and power levels. Table 1-1 Radio Frequency Ranges and Power Levels Freq. Band

Bandwidth

Power Level

VHF

136–174 MHz

1–25 Watts 25–45 Watts

UHF B1

403–470 MHz

1–25 Watts 25–40 Watts

UHF B2

450–527 MHz

1–40 Watts (1-25 Watts above 512 MHz)

These digital radios are among the most sophisticated two-way radios available. They have a robust design for radio users who need high performance, quality, and reliability in their daily communications. This architecture provides the capability of supporting a multitude of legacy and advanced features resulting in a more cost-effective two-way radio communications solution.

1-2

Radio Description

Notes

2-1

Section 2 MAINTENANCE 1.0

Introduction This chapter provides details about the following

2.0



Preventive maintenance (inspection and cleaning).



Safe handling of CMOS and LDMOS devices.



Repair procedures and techniques.

Preventive Maintenance Periodic visual inspection and cleaning is recommended.

2.1

Inspection Check that the external surfaces of the radio are clean, and that all external controls and switches are functional. It is not recommended to inspect the interior electronic circuitry.

2.2

Cleaning Procedures The following procedures describe the recommended cleaning agents and the methods to be used when cleaning the external and internal surfaces of the radio. External surfaces include the control head and housing assembly. These surfaces should be cleaned whenever a periodic visual inspection reveals the presence of smudges, grease, and/or grime. NOTE: Internal surfaces should be cleaned only when the radio is disassembled for service or repair. The only recommended agent for cleaning the external radio surfaces is a 0.5% solution of a mild dishwashing detergent in water. The only factory recommended liquid for cleaning the printed circuit boards and their components is isopropyl alcohol (100% by volume).

! Caution

The effects of certain chemicals and their vapors can have harmful results on certain plastics. Avoid using aerosol sprays, tuner cleaners and other chemicals.

2-2

Safe Handling of CMOS and LDMOS Devices

Cleaning External Plastic Surfaces Apply the 0.5% detergent-water solution sparingly with a stiff, non-metallic, short-bristled brush to work all loose dirt away from the radio. Use a soft, absorbent, lintless cloth or tissue to remove the solution and dry the radio. Make sure that no water remains entrapped near the connectors, cracks, or crevices. Cleaning Internal Circuit Boards and Components Isopropyl alcohol (100%) may be applied with a stiff, non-metallic, short-bristled brush to dislodge embedded or caked materials located in hard-to-reach areas. The brush stroke should direct the dislodged material out and away from the inside of the radio. Make sure that controls or tunable components are not soaked with alcohol. Do not use high-pressure air to hasten the drying process since this could cause the liquid to collect in unwanted places. Once the cleaning process is complete, use a soft, absorbent, lintless cloth to dry the area. Do not brush or apply any isopropyl alcohol to the frame, control head and housing assembly. NOTE: Always use a fresh supply of alcohol and a clean container to prevent contamination by dissolved material (from previous usage).

3.0

Safe Handling of CMOS and LDMOS Devices Complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) devices are used in this family of radios, and are susceptible to damage by electrostatic or high voltage charges. Damage can be latent, resulting in failures occurring weeks or months later. Therefore, special precautions must be taken to prevent device damage during disassembly, troubleshooting, and repair. Handling precautions are mandatory for CMOS circuits and are especially important in low humidity conditions.

Safe Handling of CMOS and LDMOS Devices

DO NOT attempt to disassemble the radio without first referring to the following CAUTION statement.

! Caution

This radio contains static-sensitive devices. Do not open the radio unless you are properly grounded. Take the following precautions when working on this unit:

• Store and transport all CMOS devices in conductive material so that all exposed leads are shorted together. Do not insert CMOS devices into conventional plastic “snow” trays used for storage and transportation of other semiconductor devices. • Ground the working surface of the service bench to protect the CMOS device. We recommend using a wrist strap, two ground cords, a table mat, and a floor mat. • Wear a conductive wrist strap in series with a 100k resistor to ground. (Replacement wrist straps that connect to the bench top covering are Motorola part number 4280385A59). • Do not wear nylon clothing while handling CMOS devices. • Do not insert or remove CMOS devices with power applied. Check all power supplies used for testing CMOS devices to be certain that there are no voltage transients present. • When straightening CMOS pins, provide ground straps for the apparatus used. • When soldering, use a grounded soldering iron. • If at all possible, handle CMOS devices by the package and not by the leads. Prior to touching the unit, touch an electrical ground to remove any static charge that you may have accumulated. The package and substrate may be electrically common. If so, the reaction of a discharge to the case would cause the same damage as touching the leads.

2-3

2-4

4.0

Repair Procedures and Techniques — General

Repair Procedures and Techniques — General NOTE

Environmentally Preferred Products (EPP) (refer to the marking on the printed circuit boards — examples shown below) were developed and assembled using environmentally preferred components and solder assembly techniques to comply with the European Union’s Restriction of Hazardous Substances (ROHS) Directive 2002/95/EC and Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive 2002/96/EC. To maintain product compliance and reliability, use only the Motorola specified parts in this manual.

Any rework or repair on Environmentally Preferred Products must be done using the appropriate lead-free solder wire and lead-free solder paste as stated in the following table: Table 2-1 Lead Free Solder Wire Part Number List Motorola Part Number

Alloy

Flux Type

Flux Content by Weight

Melting Point

Supplier Part number

Diameter

Weight

1088929Y01

95.5Sn/3.8Ag/0.7Cu

RMA Version

2.7-3.2%

217C

52171

0.015”

1lb spool

Table 2-2 Lead Free Solder Paste Part Number List Motorola Part Number

Manufacturer Part Number

1085674C03

NC-SMQ230

Viscosity

Type

Composition & Percent Metal

900-1000KCPs Brookfield (5rpm)

Type 3 (-325/+500)

(95.5%Sn-3.8%Ag-0.7%Cu) 89.3%

Liquid Temperature 217°C

Parts Replacement and Substitution When damaged parts are replaced, identical parts should be used. If the identical replacement part is not locally available, check the parts list for the proper Motorola part number and order the part from the nearest Motorola Radio Products and Solutions Organization listed in Appendix A of this manual. Rigid Circuit Boards The family of radios uses bonded, multi-layer, printed circuit boards. Since the inner layers are not accessible, some special considerations are required when soldering and unsoldering components. The printed through holes may interconnect multiple layers of the printed circuit. Therefore, exercise care to avoid pulling the plated circuit out of the hole. When soldering near a connector: •

Avoid accidentally getting solder in the connector.



Be careful not to form solder bridges between the connector pins.



Examine your work closely for shorts due to solder bridges.

Repair Procedures and Techniques — General

2-5

Chip Components Use the RLN4062 Hot-Air Repair Station for chip component replacement. Adjust the temperature control to 370°C (700°F), and adjust the airflow to a minimum setting. Airflow can vary due to component density. •





To remove a chip component: 1.

Use a hot-air hand piece and position the nozzle of the hand piece approximately 0.3 cm (1/8") above the component to be removed.

2.

Begin applying the hot air. Once the solder reflows, remove the component using a pair of tweezers.

3.

Using a solder wick and a soldering iron or a power desoldering station, remove the excess solder from the pads.

To replace a chip component using a soldering iron: 1.

Select the appropriate micro-tipped soldering iron and apply fresh solder to one of the solder pads.

2.

Using a pair of tweezers, position the new chip component in place while heating the fresh solder.

3.

Once solder wicks onto the new component, remove the heat from the solder.

4.

Heat the remaining pad with the soldering iron and apply solder until it wicks to the component. If necessary, touch up the first side. All solder joints should be smooth and shiny.

To replace a chip component using hot air: 1.

Use the hot-air hand piece and reflow the solder on the solder pads to smooth it.

2.

Apply a drop of solder paste flux to each pad.

3.

Using a pair of tweezers, position the new component in place.

4.

Position the hot-air hand piece approximately 0.3 cm (1/8") above the component and begin applying heat.

5.

Once the solder wicks to the component, remove the heat and inspect the repair. All joints should be smooth and shiny.

2-6

Repair Procedures and Techniques — General

Shields Removing and replacing shields is recommended to be done with an Air Blower, BOSCH GHG 600-3 or equivalent. The temperature should be set to approximately 400°C (752°F). •



To remove the shield: 1.

Place the circuit board in the circuit board holder.

2.

Add solder paste flux around the base of the shield.

3.

Position the heat-focus head onto the shield.

4.

Turn on the heater and wait until the shield lifts off the circuit board.

5.

Once the shield is off, turn off the heat, and grab the part with a pair of tweezers.

6.

Remove the circuit board from the circuit board holder.

To replace the shield: 1.

Add solder to the shield if necessary, using a micro-tipped soldering iron.

2.

Next, rub the soldering iron tip along the edge of the shield to smooth out any excess solder. Use solder wick and a soldering iron to remove excess solder from the solder pads on the circuit board.

3.

Place the circuit board back in the circuit board holder.

4.

Place the shield on the circuit board using a pair of tweezers.

5.

Position the heat-focus head over the shield.

6.

Turn on the heater and wait for the solder to reflow.

7.

Once complete, turn off the heat, raise the heat-focus head and wait approximately one minute for the part to cool.

8.

Remove the circuit board and inspect the repair. No cleaning should be necessary.

Recommended Test Equipment

3-1

Section 3 TEST EQUIPMENT AND SERVICE AIDS 1.0

Recommended Test Equipment The list of equipment contained in Table 3-1 includes most of the standard test equipment required for servicing Motorola mobile radios. Table 3-1 Recommended Test Equipment

Equipment

Characteristic

Example

Application

Service Monitor

Can be used as a substitute for items marked with an asterisk (*)

Aeroflex 2975 (www.aeroflex.com), Motorola R2670, or equivalent.

Frequency/deviation meter and signal generator for wide-range troubleshooting and alignment

Digital RMS Multimeter*

100 µV to 300 V 5 Hz to 1 MHz 10 Meg Ohm Impedance

Fluke 179 or equivalent (www.fluke.com)

AC/DC voltage and current measurements. Audio voltage measurements.

RF Signal Generator*

100 MHz to 1 GHz -130 dBm to +10 dBM FM Modulation 0 kHz to 10 kHz

Agilent N5181A (www.agilent.com), Ramsey RSG1000B (www.ramseyelectronics.com), or equivalent

Receiver measurements

Oscilloscope*

2 Channel 50 MHz Bandwidth 5 mV/div to 20 V/div

Leader LS8050 (www.leaderusa.com), Tektronix TDS1001b (www.tektronix.com), or equivalent

Waveform measurements

Power Meter and Sensor*

5% Accuracy 100 MHz to 500 MHz 50 Watts

Bird 43 Thruline Watt Meter (www.bird-electronic.com) or equivalent

Transmitter power output measurements

RF Millivolt Meter

100 mV to 3 V RF 10 kHz to 1 GHz

Boonton 92EA (www.boonton.com) or equivalent

RF level measurements

Power Supply

0 V to 32 V 0 A to 20 A

B&K Precision 1790 (www.bkprecision.com) or equivalent

Voltage supply

3-2

2.0

Service Aids

Service Aids Table 3-2 lists the service aids recommended for working on the radio. While all of these items are available from Motorola, most are standard workshop equipment items, and any equivalent item capable of the same performance may be substituted for the item listed. Table 3-2 Service Aids Motorola Part Number

Description

Application

RLN4460_

Test Set

Enables connection to audio/accessory jack. Allows switching for radio testing.

PMKN4010_

Mobile & Repeater Rear Programming Cable

Connects the radio’s rear connector to a USB port for radio programming and data applications.

PMKN4016_

Mobile & Repeater Rear Accessory Programming and Test Cable

Connects the radio’s rear connector to a USB port for radio programming, data applications, testing and alignment.

PMKN4018_

Mobile & Repeater Rear Accessory Connector Universal Cable

Connects the radio’s rear connector to accessory devices such as desk sets. Cable contains all 26 wires and is unterminated at the user end.

HKN6184_

Mobile Front Programming Cable

Connects the radio’s front connector to a USB port for radio programming and data applications.

HLN8027_

Mini UHF to BNC Adaptor

Adapts radio antenna port to BNC cabling of test equipment.

HPN4007_

Power Supply

Provides the radio with power when bench testing.

HPN4008_

Power Supply 1-25W

Provides the radio with power when bench testing.

8180384Y11

Housing Eliminator

Test Fixture used to bench test the radio PCB.

6686119B01

Removal Tool

Assists in the removal of radio control head.

Programming Cables

3.0

3-3

Programming Cables

Figure 3-1 Mobile Front Programming Cable HKN6184_

Figure 3-2 Mobile & Repeater Rear Programming Cable PMKN4010_

DB 25 CONNECTOR 1

13

14

25

USB CONNECTOR

4

1455 24 CABLE

915 15 CABLE

WIRE DIAGRAM REAR ACCESSORY CONNECTOR

TO MOBILE RADIO REAR ACCESSORY CONNECTOR

25

26

1

2

VIEWED FROM FRONT (PIN END) OF CONNECTOR

USB

PIN No.

DESCRIPTION

3

VCC (5v)

1

2

DATA -

2

1

DATA +

3

DB25P

4

GND

9

SPEAKER -

7

11

EXT MIC

17

17

DIGI IN 1 (EXT PTT)

20

16

GND

16

10

SPEAKER +

1

Figure 3-3 Mobile & Repeater Rear Accessory Programming and Test Cable PMKN4016_

3-4

Programming Cables

Notes

4-1

Section 4 POWER-UP SELF-TEST NOTE: This section is for reference only. If at any time one of the error codes is present, the radio should be returned to a qualified Motorola Service Center.

1.0

Power-Up Error Codes (Display Model only) Upon powering up, the radio performs certain tests to determine if its basic electronics and software are in working order. Any error detected has an associated error code that is presented on the radio display. These error codes are intended to be used by a service technician when the radio generates the Self Test Fail Tone. If these tests are successfully completed, the radio will generate the Self Test Tone. There are two classes of detectable errors, fatal and non-fatal. If it is considered as a fatal error, then the normal radio operation will be inhibited. Fatal errors include hardware errors detected by the microprocessor and certain memory errors. These memory errors include incorrect ROM checksum, incorrect RAM checksum, and incorrect checksums of codeplug (Persistent Storage) blocks that contain operating parameters. If the codeplug block operating parameters are corrupted, operation of the unit on the proper frequency, system, and group are in question. Attempts to use this information could provide the user with a false sense of security that others are receiving his messages. Corrupted codeplug blocks of call IDs, or their associated aliases are considered nonfatal errors. While the user may be inconvenienced, normal communication is still possible.

Table 4-1 Power-Up Self Check Error Codes Error Code

Description

Error Type

Corrective Action

ERROR 01/02

FLASH ROM Codeplug Checksum

NON-FATAL

•Reflash the entire codeplug.

ERROR 01/22

Tuning Codeplug Checksum

NON-FATAL

•Reflash tuning codeplug. •Retune the radio using Global Tuner.

FAIL 01/81 FAIL 02/81

Host or DSO firmware checksum

FATAL

•Reflash the firmware.

FAIL 01/82

DSP RAM1 Test Failure

FATAL

•Turn radio off and then on. •Manually put radio into bootstrap mode, and reflash firmware. •Replace radio by sending to the nearest Motorola Depot.

FAIL 01/84

DSP RAM2 Test Failure

FATAL

•Turn radio off and then on. •Manually put radio into bootstrap mode, and reflash firmware. •Replace radio by sending to the nearest Motorola Depot.

4-2

Operational Error Codes

Table 4-1 Power-Up Self Check Error Codes Error Code

Description

Error Type

Corrective Action

FAIL 01/88

External SDRAM Failure

FATAL

•Turn radio off, and then on. •Manually put radio into bootstrap mode, and reflash firmware. •Replace the main board.

FAIL 01/90

General Hardware Test Failure

FATAL

•Turn radio off, and then on. •Manually put radio into bootstrap mode, and reflash firmware. •Replace radio by sending to the nearest Motorola Depot.

FAIL 01/A0

Abacus IC Test Failure or Wrong IC Version

FATAL

•Reflash tuning codeplug. •Retune the radio using Global Tuner.

FAIL 01/A2

Tuning Codeplug Checksum

FATAL

•Reflash tuning codeplug. •Retune the radio using Global Tuner.

FAIL 01/C0

DSP ROM Test Failure

FATAL

•Turn radio off, and then on. Manually put radio into bootstrap mode, and reflash firmware. •Replace radio by sending to the nearest Motorola Depot.

NOTE: A non-display radio emits only the Self Test Fail Tone if it fails the self test.

2.0

Operational Error Codes During radio operation, the radio performs dynamic tests to determine if the radio is working properly. Problems detected during these tests are presented as error codes on the radio's display. The presence of an error code should prompt a user that a problem exists and that a Motorola Authorized MOTOTRBO dealer should be contacted. Use Table 4-2 to aid in understanding particular operational error codes.

Table 4-2 Operational Error Codes Error Code

Description

Error Type

Corrective Action

ERROR 001

Synthesizer Out of Lock Radio band mismatch

NON-FATAL

•Reflash the tuning codeplug. •Reflash the entire codeplug. •Replace radio by sending to the nearest Motorola Depot.

ERROR 002

Personality Checksum or System Block Error

NON-FATAL

•Reflash the entire codeplug.

M DM 3400/DM 3401/ DM 3600/DM 3601 Mobile Radios Chapter 2 Control Head Service Information

Issue: June, 2009

Computer Software Copyrights The Motorola products described in this manual may include copyrighted Motorola computer programs stored in semiconductor memories or other media. Laws in the United States and other countries preserve for Motorola certain exclusive rights for copyrighted computer programs, including, but not limited to, the exclusive right to copy or reproduce in any form the copyrighted computer program. Accordingly, any copyrighted Motorola computer programs contained in the Motorola products described in this manual may not be copied, reproduced, modified, reverse-engineered, or distributed in any manner without the express written permission of Motorola. Furthermore, the purchase of Motorola products shall not be deemed to grant either directly or by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, any license under the copyrights, patents or patent applications of Motorola, except for the normal non-exclusive license to use that arises by operation of law in the sale of a product.

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Chapter 2 - Control Head Service Information Table of Contents Section 1

Overview

1.0 Numeric Display Model........................................................................................ 1-1 2.0 Display Model ...................................................................................................... 1-2

Section 2

Theory of Operation

1.0 Introduction .......................................................................................................... 2-1 1.1 Numeric Display Control Head ....................................................................... 2-1 1.2 Display Control Head ..................................................................................... 2-3

Section 3

Troubleshooting Charts

1.0 Numeric Display Model Control Head Troubleshooting Flow Chart .................... 3-1 1.1 On/Off ............................................................................................................ 3-1 2.0 Display Model Control Head Troubleshooting Flow Chart................................... 3-2 2.1 On/Off............................................................................................................. 3-2 2.2 Display............................................................................................................ 3-3 2.3 Backlight......................................................................................................... 3-4

Section 4

Control Head PCBs / Schematics / Parts lists

1.0 Allocation of Schematics and Circuit Boards ....................................................... 4-1 2.0 Numeric Display Control Head - PCB 8471214H02 / Schematics....................... 4-3 Numeric Display Control Head - PCB 8471214H02 ............................................... 4-3 Numeric Display Control Head Schematic Diagram............................................... 4-4 3.0 Numeric Display Control Head Parts List ........................................................... 4-5 4.0 Display Control Head - PCB 8415026C08 / Schematics ..................................... 4-6 Display Control Head - PCB 8415026C08 ............................................................. 4-6 Display Control Head Schematic Diagram ............................................................. 4-7 5.0 Display Control Head Parts List .......................................................................... 4-8

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Notes

1-1

Section 1 OVERVIEW 1.0

Numeric Display Model The Control Head contains the internal speaker, the On/Off/Volume knob, the microphone connector, several buttons to operate the radio and several indicator Light Emitting Diodes (LED) to inform the user about the radio status and channel. The switches and indicators on the Control Head are directly controlled by the processor in the radio.

1-2

2.0

Display Model

Display Model The Control Head contains the internal speaker, the On/Off/Volume knob, the microphone connector, several buttons to operate the radio, several indicator Light Emitting Diodes (LED) to inform the user about the radio status, and a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) for alpha - numerical information e.g. channel number or call address name. The switches, indicators, and LCD on the Control Head are directly controlled by the processor in the radio.

2-1

Section 2 THEORY OF OPERATION 1.0

Introduction There are two different Control Heads supported by the DM series radios, a Display Control Head and a Numeric Display Control Head. Information concerning the radio’s Control Head interface can be found in section 1.8 of Controller Service Information section.

1.1

Numeric Display Control Head The Numeric Display Control Head contains the internal speaker, the on/off switch, the volume knob, the microphone connector, several buttons to operate the radio, a two-digit LED channel indicator display and several indicator LEDs to inform the user about the radio status. The OMAP processor (U1000) inside the radio controls the LEDs and the LED channel display via a serial data bus.

1.1.1

Power Supply The power supply to the control head is taken from the radio’s 9V3 voltage via connector J6001, pin 30. The voltage 9V3 is at 9.3 V and is used for the LEDs, the backlight LEDs, and is regulated to 3.3V by U6000. The regulated 3.3 V supplies power to the logic level shifters, shift registers and BCD decoders.

1.1.2

Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) The radio communicates with the control head via its SPI bus. Four lines are connected to the shift register U6002: CLOCK (J6001, pin 24), DATA (J6001, pin 25), LED_CS (J6001, pin 23) and RESET (J6001, pin 28). CLOCK, DATA and RESET are also connected to the shift register U6005. Additionally, one more line is connected from the radio to U6005: DISPLAY_CS (J6001, pin 26). All 5 lines are level translated from 1.8 V to 3.3 V through U6003. The radio sends data to the shift registers by first asserting the appropriate chip select and the data is loaded to the appropriate registers. Data is latched into the shift registers when the CS transitions from low to high.

1.1.3

Switches This control head supports two switches to control channel up/down, and two programmable switches P1 and P2. The switches are connected to the OMAP inside the radio via a 4 row by 3 column scanning matrix with only four used positions. Each of the 3 column output lines is toggled high in sequence and the 4 row input lines are monitored to detect if a button has been pressed. The OMAP processor then decodes which switch was pressed using the appropriate column and row stimulus and response information. The momentary on-off switch is a dedicated function which is not part of the keypad matrix network. ON_OFF_SW signal is connected to the host radio via J6001, pin 22. When this signal is momentary grounded, on/off switch on the host radio is triggered.

2-2

1.1.4

Introduction

Dual Seven-Segment Display The two digit numerical display is controlled by the shift register U6005, BCD decoder/drivers U6006 and U6007. The higher 4 bits of U6005 output are decoded by U6007 and display the left digit. The lower 4 bits of U6005 output are decoded by U6006 and display the right digit. U6002 pin 4 controls on and off for the display.

1.1.5

Status LEDs and Backlight Circuit All indicator LEDs (red, yellow and green) and icon LEDs are driven by current sources. LEDs on or off are set by the radio sending a data message to the control head shift register U6002 via the SPI bus. The control head shift register U6002 determines the LED state from the received data and switches the LEDs on or off via Q6004, Q6005, Q6007, Q6011, and Q6012. Backlighting for the keys is provided by 5 LEDs driven from a constant current circuit Q6014. The backlighting can be either on or off controlled by the U6002 (pins 3 and 4).

1.1.6

Mobile Microphone Port (MMP) Interface The Mobile Microphone Port (MMP) is a newly defined Motorola Accessory Port that contains audio, digital I/O, serial interfaces, and accessory supply lines; and is similar in function to Motorola’s legacy microphone connectors. The multiplexing of these functions is handled by circuitry internal to the radio. The function of each pin is listed in Table 2-1. Table 2-1 Mobile Microphone Port Functions MMP Pin Number

MMP Pin Name

Function

1

ACC_ID

Accessory Identifier

2

GPIO_3 / PTT

General Purpose I/O or PTT

3

Spkr

Handset Audio

4

GPIO_2 / D-

USB D-

5

GND (Ground)

Ground

6

Opt_5V / Vbus

5 Volt Supply

7

Mic+

Mic Input

8

GPIO_1 / D+

USB D+

9

GPIO_4 / Hook

General Purpose I/O or Hook

10

GPIO_0 / PwrOn

General Purpose I/O or Power On Detect

The MMP includes 2 serial interfaces: an USB port and an ACC_ID interface. The USB port can be used as either a device (radio is device) or as a host (radio is host). When configured as a device, the radio can be programmed or tuned using MOTOTRBO CPS or Tuner software. When configured as a host, various smart accessories can be used with the radio. See section 1.7 of Controller Service Information section for more information on the USB interface.

Introduction

2-3

The ACC_ID interface is used by accessories to provide the radio with information needed to configure the interface for that accessory. See section 1.6 of Controller Service Information section for more information on the ACC_ID interface. Note: The USB ports are designed to support Motorola accessories and approved applications only and will not support third party “Plug-n-Play” USB devices. 1.1.7

Speaker The control head contains a speaker for the receive audio. The receive audio signal from the audio PA (located inside the radio) is fed via connector J6001, pins 10 and 11 to the speaker connector. The speaker is connected to the speaker connector P6004. The control head speaker can be disconnected if an external speaker, connected on the MAP is used. For more details on the audio PA and audio routing see section 1.11 of Controller Service Information section.

1.1.8

Electrostatic Transient Protection Electrostatic transient protection is provided for the sensitive components in the control head by diodes VR6001, VR6002, VR6020, VR6042 VR6043, and VR6045. The diodes limit any transient voltages to tolerable levels. The associated capacitors provide Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) protection.

1.1.9

Volume Encoder The volume control is facilitated by the digital encoder S6010. Pins 1 and 3 of S6010 are connected to the radio OMAP processor (U1000) via J6001, pins 13 and 14. There are active pull-ups internal to the OMAP. When S6010 is rotated, active low pulses are generated on both pins in off-phase pattern. The phase of the two signals determines the direction of the rotation. The number of the pulses determines the magnitude of the rotation.

1.2

Display Control Head The Display Control Head contains the internal speaker, the on/off switch, the volume knob, the microphone connector, several switches to operate the radio, several indicator LEDs to inform the user about the radio status, and a dot matrix liquid crystal display (LCD) for alphanumerical information. The OMAP processor (U1000) inside the radio controls the LEDs and the LCD via serial data bus.

1.2.1

Power Supply The power supply to the control head is taken from the radio’s 9V3 voltage via connector J6001, pin 30. The voltage 9V3 is at 9.3 V and is used for the LEDs, the backlight LEDs, and is regulated to 2.2 V by U6000. The regulated 2.2 V supplies power to the logic level shifters, shift registers and LCD module.

2-4

1.2.2

Introduction

Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) The radio communicates with the control head via its SPI bus. Three lines are connected to the shift register U6002: CLOCK (J6001, pin 24), DATA (J6001, pin 25), and LED_CS (J6001, pin 23). CLOCK and DATA are also connected to the LCD module via J6000. Additionally, three more lines are connected from the radio to LCD module: DISPLAY_CS (J6001, pin 26), D/C (J6001, pin 27) and RESET (J6001, pin 28). All 6 lines are level translated from 1.8 V to 2.2 V through U6003. The radio sends data to the shift registers by first asserting the appropriate chip select and the data is loaded to the appropriate registers. Data is latched into the shift registers when the CS transitions from low to high.

1.2.3

Switches This control head supports 11 switches to control channel up/down, menu navigation, and four programmable switches P1 through P4. The switches are connected to the OMAP inside the radio via a 4 row by 3 column scanning matrix with only four used positions. Each of the 3 column output lines is toggled high in sequence and the 4 row input lines are monitored to detect if a button has been pressed. The OMAP processor then decodes which switch was pressed using the appropriate column and row stimulus and response information. The momentary on-off switch is a dedicated function which is not part of the keypad matrix network. ON_OFF_SW signal is connected to the host radio via J6001, pin 22. When this signal is momentary grounded, on/off switch on the host radio is triggered.

1.2.4

LCD Display The 132x34 full dot matrix LCD is controlled by the LCD controller/driver chip on the LCD module. The radio communicates with the LCD module via CLOCK (J6001, pin 24), DATA (J6001, pin 25), DISPLAY_CS (J6001, pin 26), D/C (J6001, pin 27) and RESET (J6001, pin 28). The radio sends data to the LCD by first asserting chip select low and the data is loaded to the appropriate registers. Data is latched into the shift registers when the CS transitions from low to high. U6003 on the control head board is used to provide level shifting from the 1.8 V radio logic level to the 2.2 V LCD logic level.

1.2.5

Status LEDs and Backlight Circuit All indicator LEDs (red, yellow and green) and icon LEDs are driven by current sources. LEDs on or off are set by the radio sending a data message to the control head shift register U6002 via the SPI bus. The control head shift register U6002 determines the LED state from the received data and switches the LEDs on or off via Q6004, Q6005, and Q6007. Backlighting for the keys is provided by 18 LEDs driven from a constant current circuit Q6014. The backlighting can be either on or off controlled by a constant current circuit (Q6008, U6001 and associated parts). There are 4 levels of backlight: off, low, medium and high, which are controlled by two outputs from the shift register (U6002, pins 3 and 4). The current is controlled by transistor Q6008. The Op Amp U6001 monitors the current by measuring the voltage drop across R6019, R6020 and adjusting the bias of Q6008 to achieve the required level as set by the combined shift register outputs. The total current is distributed among all the LEDs. Resistors R6037,R6040, R6041 and R6042 provide compensation to the component variation between LEDs. They ensure the even brightness on the control head.

Introduction

1.2.6

2-5

Mobile Microphone Port (MMP) Interface The Mobile Microphone Port (MMP) is a newly defined Motorola accessory port that contains audio, digital I/O, serial interfaces, and accessory supply lines; and is similar in function to Motorola’s legacy microphone connectors. The multiplexing of these functions is handled by circuitry internal to the radio. The function of each pin is listed in Table 2-2. Table 2-2 Mobile Microphone Port Functions MMP Pin Number

MMP Pin Name

Function

1

ACC_ID

Accessory Identifier

2

GPIO_3 / PTT

General Purpose I/O or PTT

3

Spkr

Handset Audio

4

GPIO_2 / D-

USB D-

5

GND (Ground)

Ground

6

Opt_5V / Vbus

5 Volt Supply

7

Mic+

Mic Input

8

GPIO_1 / D+

USB D+

9

GPIO_4 / Hook

General Purpose I/O or Hook

10

GPIO_0 / PwrOn

General Purpose I/O or Power On Detect

The MMP includes 2 serial interfaces: an USB port and an ACC_ID interface. The USB port can be used as either a device (radio is device) or as a host (radio is host). When configured as a device, the radio can be programmed or tuned using MOTOTRBO CPS or Tuner software. When configured as a host, various smart accessories can be used with the radio. See section 1.7 of Controller Service Information section for more information on the USB interface. The ACC_ID interface is used by accessories to provide the radio with information needed to configure the interface for that accessory. See section 1.6 of Controller Service Information section for more information on the ACC_ID interface. Note: The USB ports are designed to support Motorola accessories and approved applications only and will not support third party “Plug-n-Play” USB devices. 1.2.7

Speaker The control head contains a speaker for the receive audio. The receive audio signal from the audio PA (located inside the radio) is fed via connector J6001, pins 10 and 11 to the speaker connector. The speaker is connected to the speaker connector P6004. The control head speaker can be disconnected if an external speaker, connected on the MAP, is used. For more details on the audio PA and audio routing see section 1.11 of Controller Service Information section.

2-6

1.2.8

Introduction

Electrostatic Transient Protection Electrostatic transient protection is provided for the sensitive components in the control head by diodes VR6001, VR6002, VR6020, VR6042 VR6043, and VR6045. The diodes limit any transient voltages to tolerable levels. The associated capacitors provide Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) protection.

1.2.9

Volume Encoder The volume control is facilitated by the digital encoder S6010. Pins 1 and 3 of S6010 are connected to the radio OMAP processor (U1000) via J6001, pins 13 and 14. There are active pull-ups internal to the OMAP. When S6010 is rotated, active low pulses are generated on both pins in off-phase pattern. The phase of the two signals determines the direction of the rotation. The number of the pulses determines the magnitude of the rotation.

3-1

Section 3 TROUBLESHOOTING CHARTS

1.0

Numeric Display Model Control Head Troubleshooting Flow Chart

1.1

On/Off

Radio cannot be switched on via ON/OFF button.

No J6001 Pin 22 = 2.45V?

Check flex cable, and brick power supply and ignition sense connection.

Yes Press and hold ON/OFF button

J6001 Pin 22 =0V?

Yes Check control head with a known functional brick.

No

Check and clean gold contacts on S6010.

3-2

Display Model Control Head Troubleshooting Flow Chart

2.0

Display Model Control Head Troubleshooting Flow Chart

2.1

On/Off

Radio cannot be switched on via ON/OFF button.

No J6001 Pin 22 = 2.45V?

Check flex cable, and brick power supply and ignition sense connection.

Yes Press and hold ON/OFF button.

J6001 Pin 22 =0V?

Yes Check control head with a known functional brick.

No

Check and clean gold contacts on S6010.

Display Model Control Head Troubleshooting Flow Chart

2.2

3-3

Display

Power Up Alert Tone is OK but display shows nothing.

LCD flex cable inserted and locked down in J6000?

No

Re-insert and lock down LCD flex cable.

Yes Replace control head with a known functional unit.

Display working?

No Update radio with latest firmware and codeplugs.

Yes

Replace LCD module on original control head.

3-4

2.3

Display Model Control Head Troubleshooting Flow Chart

Backlight

Power Up Alert Tone is OK but Backlight could not be turned on via menu or programmable key (P4).

Are U6002 Pin 3, 4 Toggling?

No

Check open or short on U6002 and U6003.

No

Check open or short on U6001 and Q6008.

Yes

Are R6036 Pin 1 or 2 Toggling? Yes Replace R6037, R6040 -42 and all backlight LEDs.

4-1

Section 4 CONTROL HEAD PCBS / SCHEMATICS / PARTS LISTS 1.0

Allocation of Schematics and Circuit Boards Table 4-1 Numeric Display Control Head Diagrams and Parts List PCB :

Numeric Display Control Head 8471214H02 Main Board Top Side 8471214H02 Main Board Bottom Side

Page 4-3 Page 4-3

SCHEMATICS Numeric Display Control Head Schematic Diagram

Page 4-4

Parts List 8471214H02

Page 4-5

Table 4-2 Display Control Head Diagrams and Parts List PCB :

Display Control Head 8415026C08 Main Board Top Side 8415026C08 Main Board Bottom Side

Page 4-6 Page 4-6

SCHEMATICS Display Control Head Schematic Diagram

Page 4-7

Parts List 8415026C08

Page 4-8

4-2

Allocation of Schematics and Circuit Boards

Notes

Numeric Display Control Head - PCB 8471214H02 / Schematics

Numeric Display Control Head - PCB 8471214H02 / Schematics

1

2

S6009

13

24

1 D6008

S6000

3

D6053 1 D6011 1

G1

G2 D6023 1

J6010

D6052 1 D6005 1

D6022 1 S6010

D6051 1

D6021 1

S6012

12

2

1 D6010

Q6005 Q6007

Q6004

2 M6001

C6072

VR6045

R6008 R6013

J6001 30

R6005

VR6005

VR6006

VR6007

VR6040 C6063 C6061 C6060 C6068 R6035

VR6000

VR6008

Bottom Side View

VR6020

VR6043

VR6042

VR6004

C6065 C6010 C6011 C6064

C6019 C6018 C6017 C6015 C6016 C6013 C6051 C6052 C6054 C6057 C6066 C6056 C6055 C6053 C6012 C6014

C6050 VR6009

VR6002

R6025

R6001

1

R6033 R6072

R6026

R6032

9

8

R6052

R6004

C6074 14

R6073

C6090 R6085 C6085 C6086 R6083 C6082

3

VR6001

C6087 R6080 C6080

3

R6055

8

R6039

U6003

R6007

C6088 R6081 C6083

7

C6091 R6084 C6081

R6002

1

16

R6006

2

2

R6009

U6006

R6056

R6053

C6073

9

8

Q6012

U6005 2

G2 G1 P6004

R6066

R6011

R6054

R6061

R6010

1

16

C6103

R6065

16

1

3

R6060

3

C6101 C6100

R6071 2

R6059

2

1

R6050

R6058

R6067

M6000

R6051

R6057

U6007

3

2

R6070

3 2

Q6014

R6075

Q6010

R6062 R6063

Q6011

8

VR6003

C6102

R6068 2

U6000

R6086

C6005 U6002

C6008 2

1

16 9

R6003

9

8

C6067

3

C6009 C6104

S6002

1 D6004

10

8

S6006

6

J6003

7

5

4

3

2

Top Side View

9

2.0

4-3

2

M6002

1

Numeric Display Control Head - PCB 8471214H02

Numeric Display Control Head - PCB 8471214H02 / Schematics

4-4

3V3 U6006 MC14511BFEL

11 10

J6010- 9

9

33

15

J6010- 8 R6062

33

R6063

33

14

VDD

B2

BI

C2

LT

D2 E

A1

F

B1

G

C1 D1

0

0

1

0

0

1

0 0 0

1

6

1 1

1

BACKLIGHT 9V3

1

0

1

1

1 1

F

G

1

0 0

0

0

0

1

0

1 1

0

1

1

1

1

1

1 0

0

1

0 1

0

0

1 0 0

1 1 1

1

0 0

1

1 0 1 1

1

1 1 1

0

1

1

1

1

1

1

0 0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

1 1

1

1

0

0

YELLOW

1

1

1

1

4 5 6 7

Q6004

9

GREEN

10K

10

8

6

12 Y_ 6

Y_ 5

Y_ 4

GND

VCC

VR6006 NU

NC

VR6007 NU

NC

VR6008 NU

NC

SRCLK

QB

RCLK

QC

SRCLR

QD

RCLR

11 C6083 68pF

C6085 68pF

12 10

C6082 68pF

1

0 0

BIT

7 9V3

C6081 68pF

VR6003 VOLTAGE

QE U6002

QF

NC

S6000 SWITCH

QG QH1 QH2

SER

14

NC

C6086 68pF

VR6005 NU

NU

C1

C2

C3

C4

C5

C6

NC

C6017 68pF

VR6004 NU

C6015 68pF

C6013 68pF

C6016 68pF

C6019 68pF

MAIN BOARD CONNECTOR

1

ON/OFF

47K

10K

470pF C6051

47K

DISPLAY

CH+

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

P2

R6011 560

R6010 560

R6009 560

1V8

S6010 SWITCH

R6072 0

A 3

P1

2 C

9V3

CH-

B 1

1V8

R6025 10K

R6026 10K

NU

NU

9V3 9V3 ON/OFF

PRIVATE CAL L

Q6010 10K

R6070 270 R6071 100

Q6012

Q6014 10K

R6073 0

NU

Q6011 10K

SCAN

R6033 0 NU

R6032 0

TALK AROUND

S6012 SWITCH

C6014 .01uF

47K

3

C6012 .01uF

(Not Used)

C6052 470pF

47K

10K

YELLOW LED

1

GREEN LED

U6002 Bit 3, 4 1 0

2

(Not Used )

1

PIN4

PIN 2

PIN5

Normal Mode Silent Emergency

1

PIN1

C6010 470pF

PIN2

6

SCAN

7

R6066 150

R6075 68 M6001 CONTACT 1

PIN1

PIN2

R6067 150

VR6000 NU

2

NC

VR6001

NC

VR6002

NC

VR6020

NC

P6004-3

SPKR-

P6004- 1

P6004-4

SPKR+

P6004- 2

VR6042

NC

VR6043

NC

C6054 470pF

S6002 SWITCH

1

9V3 1.2K R6001

1V8

PIN1

NC

PIN2

2

C6005 1000pF

R6086 47K

R6035 0

U6000

6 4

FB VOUT

NP VCONT VIN

5

3

1.5K R6004

GND

2

C6067 1000pF

1

M6002 CONTACT

1 C6008 1.0uF

C6072 1.0uF

MMP GPIO 2/DGPIO 1/D+ OPT 5V/Vbus GPIO 4/HOOK GROUND MIC AUDIO GPIO 3/PTT GPIO 0/PWR ON HANDSET AUDIO ACC_ID

VR6040 NU

3 5

C6061 470pF

C6063 470pF

C6064 470pF

C6065 470pF

(Not Used )

C2

C3

C4

C5

C6

2

1

4

3

6

C6056 470pF

5

C1

NU C2

C3

C4

C5

C6

J6003-6

5

PIN 1

J6003-7 J6003-2 J6003-10 J6003-3 J6003-1

Numeric Display Control Head Schematic Diagram

J6001-25

DATA/D7

23

J6001-23

LED_CS

30

J6001-30

9V3

22

J6001-22

ON_OFF_SW

14

J6001-14

VOL1

13

J6001-13

10

J6001-10

SPKR-

11

J6001-11

SPKR+

7

J6001- 7

GPIO 2/DGPIO 1/D+

VOL2

8

J6001- 8

4

J6001- 4

OPT 5V/Vbus

5

J6001- 5

GPIO 4/HOOK

2

J6001- 2

MIC GROUND

1

J6001- 1

MIC AUDI O

6

J6001- 6

GPIO 3/PTT

9

J6001- 9

GPIO 0/PWR ON

29

J6001-29

GROUND

21

J6001-21

ROW_0

J6001-20

ROW_1

19

J6001-19

ROW_2

18

J6001-18

ROW_3

15

J6001-15

COL_2

16

J6001-16

COL_1

17

J6001-17

COL_0

12

J6001-12

3

J6001- 3

HANDSET AUDI ACC_ID

g1

J6001-31

g2

J6001-32

2

C6057 470pF

4 6 (Not Used)

C6068 470pF

S6009 SWITCH 3 (Not Used)

C6066 470pF

2 (Not Used)

1

PIN4

PIN 2

PIN5

PIN 1 CH+

KEY PAD ADDRESS

NU

PIN 3

J6003-9 J6003-5

CLOCK

25

P1

J6003-4 J6003-8

DISPLAY_CS

J6001-24

(Not Used)

S6006 SWITCH

NU

C1

P2 C6060 470pF

D/ C

24

VR6045

3V3

R6003 75K

RESET

J6001-26

C6055 470pF

(Not Used)

R6068 150

J6001-28 J6001-27

26

C6011 470pF

2

2

PRIVATE CALL 5 TALKAROUND

4

47K

M6000 CONTACT

28 27

20

NU

PIN 3

CH47K

NC

C6050 470pF

C6018 68pF

13

NC

0

CONTROL HEAD REF DESIGNATORS 6000 - 6399

A_6

A_5

A_4

C6073 0.1uF

C6074 470pF

LED/ICON DECODE

RED LED

VR6009 NU

13

QA

Q6005

9V3

LEFT/RIGHT

1 1

3

Q6007

1

1

1

1

14

NC

47K

0

0

0

1

2

RED

10K

A2 B2 C2 D2 E

0

1

9V3 9V3

7

U6007 / U6006 OUTPUT

BIT1

0

15

14

D6008

0

SER

1

D6010

0

QH1 QH2

9V3

D6004

U6005 HIGH / LOW 4BIT OUTPUT

0

QG

3

2

R6085

U6003

U6005

QF

5 4

J6010-1 7

0

33

QE

VSS

U6007 MC14511BFEL

J6010-1 6

0

RCLR

13

1V8

R6002 47K

8

J6010-1 0

0

7 9

LE

A2

J6010-1 5

BIT4 BIT3 BIT2

6

QD

C6080 68pF

4

NC

5

R6084

Y_ 3

J6010-12

4

SRCLR

10

33

2

NC

QC

12

C6104 100pF

C6009 0.1uF

C6087 68pF

Y_ 2

NC

J6010- 7

RCLK

C6088 68pF

C6090 68pF

Y_ 1

NC

J6010-24

16

J6010-1 1

R6061

J6010-23

3

QB

C6091 68pF

11

33

NC

2

11

A_3

R6060

13 12

DATA

9

33

J6010-1 3

CLOCK

A_2

R6059

J6010-22

1

3V3 SRCLK

GND2

33

NC

QA

D6052

R6058

J6010-1 4

J6010- 3

15

D6051

33

NC

8

R6057

C6102 0.1uF

NC

GND1

C6103 100pF

3V3

J6010- 1 J6010- 2

G2

J6010-1 9

RESET

4 5

G1

33

16

R6056

R6083

R6013 240

1

LE

J6010-1 8

33

R6008 240

R6006 240

DISPLAY_CS

16

BI

A2

VCC

LT

B2

GND

C2

VDD

13

R6081

R6007 240

R6005 240

LED_CS

8

12

33

3

NC

33

A1

D2

D6021

33

R6055

J6010- 6

E

7

C6100 100pF

D6011

R6054

11

C6101 0.1uF

1

D6053

10

B1

2

D6023

33

J6010- 5

F

R6080

6

D6005

R6053

9

C1

D6022

J6010-4

D1 G

16

15

VCC

14

GND

VSS

J6010-2 1

33

A_1

33

R6039 240

10K

5

R6052

R6065

3

33 33

8

R6050 R6051

J6010-2 0

4 5

COL0 COL1 COL2 C6053 470pF

ROW0

CH-

ROW1 ROW2 ROW3

P2

P1 CH+

O

Numeric Display Control Head Parts List

3.0

Numeric Display Control Head Parts List

Circuit Ref C6005 C6008 C6009 C6010 C6011 C6012 C6013 C6014 C6015 C6016 C6017 C6018 C6019 C6050 C6051 C6052 C6053 C6054 C6055 C6056 C6057 C6060 C6061 C6063 C6064 C6065 C6066 C6067 C6068 C6072 C6073 C6074 C6080 C6081 C6082 C6083 C6085 C6086 C6087 C6088 C6090 C6091 C6100 C6101 C6102 C6103 C6104 D6004

Motorola Part No. 2113945A09 2113946S35 2113946B04 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945B02 2113944A36 2113945B02 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A09 2113945A05 2113946S35 2113946B04 2113945A05 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A40 2113946B04 2113946B04 2113944A40 2113944A40 4815809H04

Description 1000pF 1.0uF 0.10uF 470pF 470pF .01uF 68pF .01uF 68pF 68pF 68pF 68pF 68pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 1000pF 470pF 1.0uF 0.10uF 470pF 68pF 68pF 68pF 68pF 68pF 68pF 68pF 68pF 68pF 68pF 100pF 0.10uF 0.10uF 100pF 100pF LED GREEN

4-5

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No.

D6005 D6008 D6010 D6011 D6021 D6022 D6023 D6051 D6052 D6053 J6001

4815809H04 4815809H04 4815809H04 4815809H04 4815809H04 4815809H03 4815809H02 4815809H04 4815809H04 4815809H04 0915555H01

J6003 J6010 M6000 M6001 M6002 P6004

0964501H02 0916947H01 3915452H01 3915452H01 3915452H01 2815162H01

Q6004 Q6005 Q6007 Q6010 Q6011 Q6012 Q6014 R6001 R6002 R6003 R6004 R6005 R6006 R6007 R6008 R6009 R6010 R6011 R6013 R6025 R6026 R6032 R6033 R6035 R6039 R6050 R6051 R6052 R6053 R6054 R6055 R6056

4815261H01 4815261H01 4815261H01 4815261H01 4815261H01 4815261H01 4815261H01 0613952Q75 0613952R17 0613952R22 0613952Q77 0613952Q58 0613952Q58 0613952Q58 0613952Q58 0613952Q67 0613952Q67 0613952Q67 0613952Q58 NOT PLACED NOT PLACED NOT PLACED NOT PLACED 0613952R66 0613952Q58 0613952Q37 0613952Q37 0613952Q37 0613952Q37 0613952Q37 0613952Q37 0613952Q37

Description LED GREEN LED GREEN LED GREEN LED GREEN LED GREEN LED YELLOW LED RED LED GREEN LED GREEN LED GREEN 30-PIN CONTROL HEAD CONNECTOR 10-PIN GCAI CONNECTOR 24-PIN SOCKET GROUNDING SPRING GROUNDING SPRING GROUNDING SPRING 2-PIN SPEAKER CONNECTOR ANALOG SWITCH ANALOG SWITCH ANALOG SWITCH ANALOG SWITCH ANALOG SWITCH ANALOG SWITCH ANALOG SWITCH 1.2K 47K 75K 1.5K 240 240 240 240 560 560 560 240 – – – – 0 240 33 33 33 33 33 33 33

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No.

R6057 R6058 R6059 R6060 R6061 R6062 R6063 R6065 R6066 R6067 R6068 R6070 R6071 R6072 R6073 R6075 R6080 R6081 R6083 R6084 R6085 R6086 S6010 U6000 U6002

0613952Q37 0613952Q37 0613952Q37 0613952Q37 0613952Q37 0613952Q37 0613952Q37 0613952R01 0613952Q53 0613952Q53 0613952Q53 0613952Q59 0613952Q49 0613952R66 0613952R66 0613952Q45 0613952Q37 0613952Q37 0613952Q37 0613952Q37 0613952Q37 0613952R17 4071276L01 5115391H01 5115476H01

U6003 U6005

5115502H01 5115476H01

U6006

5114002A56

U6007

5114002A56

VR6000 VR6001 VR6002 VR6003 VR6004 VR6005 VR6006 VR6007 VR6008 VR6009 VR6020 VR6040 VR6042 VR6043 VR6045

NOT PLACED 4813977A43 4813977A43 4813977A48 NOT PLACED NOT PLACED NOT PLACED NOT PLACED NOT PLACED NOT PLACED 4813977A43 NOT PLACED 4813977A43 4813977A43 4813977A43

Description 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 10K 150 150 150 270 100 0 0 68 33 33 33 33 33 47K VOLUME ENCODER VOLTAGE REGULATOR IC, SERIAL-TO-PARALLEL CONVERTER LOGIC TRANSLATOR IC, SERIAL-TO-PARALLEL CONVERTER IC, BCD-TO-SEVEN SEGMENT LATCH/DECODER/ DRIVER IC, BCD-TO-SEVEN SEGMENT LATCH/DECODER/ DRIVER – DIODE, 5.6V ZENER DIODE, 5.6V ZENER DIODE, 20V ZENER – – – – – – DIODE, 5.6V ZENER – DIODE, 5.6V ZENER DIODE, 5.6V ZENER DIODE, 5.6V ZENER

Display Control Head - PCB 8415026C08 / Schematics

4-6

Display Control Head - PCB 8415026C08 / Schematics 1

2

S6009 C6075

1 D6002

S6000

3

R6089

4.0

G2

1 D6009

G1

D6023 1

D6010 1

D6022 1 S6010

S6012

D6021 1

S6008

1 D6011

S6005

1 D6006

S6007

1 D6005

1 D6001

S6001

1

7

R6011

C6090

C6081

R6084

C6091

2

R6085

R6032 J6000

R6086 VR6003

VR6006

VR6008

VR6009

VR6004

VR6007

VR6040 R6035

C6068

C6060

C6061

C6063

C6064

C6011

C6010

C6065

C6014

C6012

C6053

C6055

C6056

C6057

VR6000

VR6005

C6066

C6054

C6052

C6051

C6013

C6016

C6015

C6017

C6018

30

VR6043

VR6042

R6040

VR6020

J6001

C6019

R6041

VR6001

R6026 C6050

C6071

C6070

C6000

2

G1

P6004

G2

R6033

M6001

C6089

C6085

R6025

R6081

R6072

C6088

C6082

R6073

C6087

R6082

G1

R6080

C6084

10

C6080

3

R6037

2

M6002

1

Bottom Side View 1

U6003 14

C6073

2

R6009

G2

R6083

R6001

R6004

C6086

R6007 R6006

C6074

3

VR6002

8

C6004

C6003 R6002

C6083

C6072

R6003

U6000 C6008

R6039

R6013 R6008

C6005

1

R6015

2

Q6007

1

8

3

R6010

2

C6009

Q6005

C6076

VR6045

16

Q6004

9

R6005

R6042

Display Control Head - PCB 8415026C08

1 D6008

1 D6007

S6004

M6000

1

U6002

R6016

R6036 C6006

1 D6003

S6011

C6007

1 D6004

2

8

R6017

U6001

3 2

Q6008

C6001 4

S6003

R6014

4

R6012

R6020

5

R6019

R6018

C6067

1 D6000

10

9

8

S6002

6

5 7

J6003

4

3

2

S6006

Top Side View

Display Control Head - PCB 8415026C08 / Schematics

4-7

2V2

2V2

BACKLIGHT OFF

0

0

0

1

BACKLIGHT MID

1

0

BACKLIGHT HIGH

1

1

C6076 1000pF

C6009 0.10uF

BIT0

10

8

6

12 Y_6

Y_5

1V8

Y_4

C6080 68pF

4

2

C6081 68pF

13

VCC

1 2 3

C6070 0.10uF

4 5 NC NC

1

NC

6 7 9

C6084 68pF

C6083 68pF

C6082 68pF

GND 7

C6073 0.10uF

C6074 470pF

9V3

12 NC

10 RESET

QC A

QD

C6086 68pF

14

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

VR6008

VR6006

VR6004

VR6005

VR6007

VR6009

NU

NU

NU

NU

NU

NU

C6018 68pF

VR6003

C6017 68pF

QE

C6015 68pF

C6016 68pF

C6013 68pF

C6019 68pF

U6002

QF QG QH

MAIN BOARD CONNECTOR GND

RED LED

1

28 27 26 24 25 23 30 22 14 13 10 11 7 8 4 5 2 1 6 9 29 21 20 19 18 15 16 17 12 3

8

9V3 9V3

P3

D6011

D6008

P4

D6005

9V3 D6023

<

ON/OFF

D6002

9V3

D6022

9V3

9V3

D6021

9V3

S6000 SWITCH RED

YELLOW

NU

C1

C2

C3

C4

C5

C6

ON/OFF 1V8

S6010 SWITCH

Q6004

GREEN

R6033 0 NU

A 3

10K

Q6005

1

PIN1

R6040 182

R6041 182

R6042 182

8 NC

GND2

GND1

2 PIN2

PIN1

SPKRSPKR+

27K

NC

VR6000

NC

NU

C6011 470pF

S6003 SWITCH 3

P6004-1 P6004-2

5

VR6001

NC

VR6002

NC

VR6020

NC

VR6042

NC

VR6043

NC

U6001-1 LM2904

10K

C6052 470pF

5

C2

C3

C4

C5

C6

C3

C4

C5

S6007 SWITCH

NU C2 C6

2

1

4

3

6

C6054 470pF

5

4

2

6

1

4 PIN3

PIN4

PIN2

PIN5

5

PIN1

CHS6011 SWITCH

NU

C1

C2

C3

C4

C5

NU

3

P3

C1

S6002 SWITCH 3

NU

C6

2

1

4

3

6

C6055 470pF

5

NU 2

C1

C2

C3

C4

C5

C6

<

5

S6006 SWITCH

NU 2

C1

C2

C3

C4

C5

R6017 1.2K

4 6

OK

4 6

C6

NU

1

C6056 470pF

3 5

2 C1

C2

C3

C4

C5

P2

C6057 470pF

4 6

C6

(Not Used)

P1

R6035 0

C6060 470pF

MMP

R6020 10

6

3

2 C1

J6001-28 RESET J6001-27 D/C J6001-26 DISPLAY_CS J6001-24 CLOCK J6001-25 DATA/D7 J6001-23 LED_CS J6001-30 9V3 J6001-22 ON_OFF_SW J6001-14 VOL1 J6001-13 VOL2 J6001-10 SPKRJ6001-11 SPKR+ GPIO 2/DJ6001-7 J6001-8 GPIO 1/D+ J6001-4 OPT 5V/Vbus GPIO 4/HOOK J6001-5 MIC GROUND J6001-2 J6001-1 MIC AUDI O GPIO 3/PTT J6001-6 J6001-9 GPIO 0/PWR ON J6001-29 GROUN D J6001-21 ROW_0 J6001-20 ROW_1 J6001-19 ROW_2 J6001-18 ROW_3 J6001-15 COL_2 J6001-16 COL_1 J6001-17 COL_0 J6001-12 HANDSET AUDIO J6001-3 ACC_ID g1 J6001-31 g2 J6001-32

VR6045

VR6040

C6007 1000pF NU

4

S6012 SWITCH

NU

1

MENU

NC

R6019 10

C6

1

4

R6018

C5

2 3

R6016 10K NU

C4

P6004-4

1

C6001 1000pF NU

C3

P6004-3

R6014

2.2K

C2

1

R6012

10K Q6008

2 C1

BACK C6010 470pF

4

8

R6015

3

S6008 SWITCH

NU

1 5

M6002 CONTACT 1

5

S6004 SWITCH

C6014 .01uF C6012 .01uF

PIN2

7

C6004 0.10uF

0 R6073

2 PIN1

9V3

U6001-2 LM2904 6

R6026 10K NU

2

R6032 0 NU

1

R6010 560

R6036 0

C6003 1000pF

PIN2

M6001 CONTACT

R6011 560 R6037 182

R6072 0

G2

D6010

470pF C6051

M6000 CONTACT

47K

R6009 560

1V8

R6025 10K NU

47K

47K

10K

D6009

D6006

D6003

D6000

Q6007

CH+

>

OK

B 1

10K C6006 1000pF NU

P2

2 C

CH-

BACK

D6007

D6004

D6001

MENU

G1

P1

NC

C6050 470pF

CLK_LATCH QA QB

SQH

NC

1

C6085 68pF

11 CLK_SHIFT

CONTROL HEAD REF DESIGNATORS 6000 - 6399

U6003

14

15

YELLOW LED

R6085

C6075 .022uF

16

C6071 0.10uF

GREEN LED

R6084

33

2V2

EN_OUT

BACKLIGHT LOW

33

A_5

BIT1

C6087 68pF

A_6

BIT2

C6088 68pF

13

BIT3

C6089 68pF

R6089 10K

CONNECT TO 7215559H01 LCD MODULE

BIT4

C6090 68pF

A_4

LED/BACKLIGHT DECODE

C6091 68pF

C6000 0.10uF

11

C6008 1.0uF

R6083

9

VIN

R6082

33

Y_3

VOUT

VCONT

33

Y_2

1

NP

5

3

C6072 1.0uF

DISPLAY_CS RESET D/C LED_CS CLOCK DATA

Y_1

4

GND

6

C6067 1000pF

2.2K R6004 FB

R6080 R6081

A_3

U6000 2

33 33

A_1

C6005 1000pF

R6002 33K

R6086 0

/CS1 J6000-10 10 /RES J6000-9 9 D/C J6000-8 8 J6000-7 7 VDD J6000-6 6 SCK J6000-5 5 SDA VSS J6000-4 4 J6000-3 3 9v3 LED_C1 J6000-2 2 LED_C2 J6000-1 1 J6000-11 G1 J6000-12 G2

R6013 470

1

1V8

VCC

470 R6001

R6008 470

R6006 470

A_2

LCD CONNECTOR

9V3

R6007 470

R6005 470

R6039 470

5

2V2

3

R6003 24K

GPIO 2/DGPIO 1/D+ OPT 5V/Vbus GPIO 4/HOOK GROUND MIC AUDIO GPIO 3/PTT GPIO 0/PWR ON HANDSET AUDIO ACC_I D

J6003-4 J6003-8 J6003-6

C6061 470pF

C6063 470pF

C6064 470pF

C6065 470pF

C6068 470pF

S6001 SWITCH 1 3 5

C2

C3

C4

C5

C6

J6003-9 J6003-5

P4

S6005 SWITCH

NU

C1

2

1

4

3

6

C6066 470pF

5

C2

C3

C4

C5

C6

>

S6009 SWITCH

NU

C1

2

3

4

2

6

1

PIN4

PIN2

PIN5

PIN1

CH+

KEY PAD ADDRESS

NU

PIN3

4 5

COL0 COL1 COL2 C6053 470pF

ROW 0 BACK

P3

CH-

ROW 1 HOME

<

OK

J6003-7 J6003-2

ROW 2

P2

P1

ROW 3

P4

>

J6003-10 J6003-3

CH+

J6003-1

Display Control Head Schematic Diagram

Display Control Head Parts List

4-8

5.0

Display Control Head Parts List

Circuit Ref C6000 C6001 C6003 C6004 C6005 C6006 C6007 C6008 C6009 C6010 C6011 C6012 C6013 C6014 C6015 C6016 C6017 C6018 C6019 C6050 C6051 C6052 C6053 C6054 C6055 C6056 C6057 C6060 C6061 C6063 C6064 C6065 C6066 C6067 C6068 C6070 C6071 C6072 C6073 C6074 C6075 C6076 C6080 C6081 C6082 C6083 C6084 C6085 C6086 C6087

Motorola Part No. 2113945Y02 NOT PLACED 2113945A09 2113945Y02 2113945A09 NOT PLACED NOT PLACED 2113946S35 2113945Y02 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945B02 2113944A36 2113945B02 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A05 2113945A09 2113945A05 2113945Y02 2113945Y02 2113946S35 2113945Y02 2113945A05 2113946A02 2113945A09 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36

Description 0.10uF – 1000pF 0.10uF 1000pF – – 1.0uF 0.10uF 470pF 470pF 0.01uF 68pF 0.01uF 68pF 68pF 68pF 68pF 68pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF 1000pF 470pF 0.10uF 0.10uF 1.0uF 0.10uF 470pF 0.022uF 1000pF 68pF 68pF 68pF 68pF 68pF 68pF 68pF 68pF

Circuit Ref C6088 C6089 C6090 C6091 D6000 D6001 D6002 D6003 D6004 D6005 D6006 D6007 D6008 D6009 D6010 D6011 D6021 D6022 D6023 J6000 J6001 J6003 M6000 M6001 M6002 P6004 Q6004 Q6005 Q6007 Q6008 R6001 R6002 R6003 R6004 R6005 R6006 R6007 R6008 R6009 R6010 R6011 R6012 R6013 R6014 R6015 R6016 R6017 R6018 R6019

Motorola Part No. 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36 2113944A36 4815809H04 4815809H04 4815809H04 4815809H04 4815809H04 4815809H04 4815809H04 4815809H04 4815809H04 4815809H04 4815809H04 4815809H04 4815809H04 4815809H03 4815809H02 0916769H01 0915555H01

Description

68pF 68pF 68pF 68pF LED GREEN LED GREEN LED GREEN LED GREEN LED GREEN LED GREEN LED GREEN LED GREEN LED GREEN LED GREEN LED GREEN LED GREEN LED GREEN LED YELLOW LED RED 10-PIN FLEX CONNECTOR 30-PIN CONTROL HEAD CONNECTOR 0964501H02 10-PIN GCAI CONNECTOR 3915452H01 GROUNDING SPRING 3915452H01 GROUNDING SPRING 3915452H01 GROUNDING SPRING 2815162H01 2-PIN SPEAKER CONNECTOR 4815261H01 ANALOG SWITCH 4815261H01 ANALOG SWITCH 4815261H01 ANALOG SWITCH 4813973B01 NPN 0613952Q65 470 0613952R13 33K 0613952R10 24K 0613952Q81 2.2K 0613952Q65 470 0613952Q65 470 0613952Q65 470 0613952Q65 470 0613952Q67 560 0613952Q67 560 0613952Q67 560 0613952R11 27K 0613952Q65 470 0613952N01 10K 0613952Q81 2.2K NOT PLACED – 0613952Q75 1.2K 0613952R01 10K 0613952Q25 10

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No.

R6020 R6025 R6026 R6032 R6033 R6035 R6036 R6037 R6039 R6040 R6041 R6042 R6072 R6073 R6080 R6081 R6082 R6083 R6084 R6085 R6086 R6089 S6010 U6000 U6001 U6002

0613952Q25 NOT PLACED NOT PLACED NOT PLACED NOT PLACED 0613952R66 0613952R66 0613952L26 0613952Q65 0613952L26 0613952L26 0613952L26 0613952R66 0613952R66 0613952Q37 0613952Q37 0613952Q37 0613952Q37 0613952Q37 0613952Q37 0613952R66 0613952R01 4071276L01 5115391H01 5114005A01 5114000A37

U6003 VR6000 VR6001 VR6002 VR6003 VR6004 VR6005 VR6006 VR6007 VR6008 VR6009 VR6020 VR6040 VR6042 VR6043 VR6045

5115502H01 NOT PLACED 4813977A43 4813977A43 4813977A48 NOT PLACED NOT PLACED NOT PLACED NOT PLACED NOT PLACED NOT PLACED 4813977A43 NOT PLACED 4813977A43 4813977A43 4813977A43

Description 10 – – – – 0 0 182 470 182 182 182 0 0 33 33 33 33 33 33 0 10K VOLUME ENCODER VOLTAGE REGULATOR DUAL OPAMP IC, SERIAL-TO-PARALLEL CONVERTER LOGIC TRANSLATOR – DIODE, 5.6V ZENER DIODE, 5.6V ZENER DIODE, 20V ZENER – – – – – – DIODE, 5.6V ZENER – DIODE, 5.6V ZENER DIODE, 5.6V ZENER DIODE, 5.6V ZENER

M DM 3400/DM 3401/ DM 3600/DM 3601 Mobile Radios Chapter 3 Controller Service Information

Issue: June, 2009

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i

Chapter 3 - Controller Service Information Table of Contents Section 1

Theory of Operation

1.0 Controller ............................................................................................................. 1-1 1.1 Radio Power Distribution................................................................................ 1-2 1.2 Power On/Off.................................................................................................. 1-4 1.3 Clocks............................................................................................................. 1-7 1.4 Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)..................................................................... 1-8 1.5 Serial Synchronous Interface (SSI) ................................................................ 1-9 1.6 ACC_ID Interface ......................................................................................... 1-10 1.7 USB Interface ............................................................................................... 1-11 1.8 Control Head Interface ................................................................................. 1-12 1.9 Mobile Accessory Port (MAP) ...................................................................... 1-14 1.10 Option Board Interface ................................................................................. 1-17 1.11 Audio ............................................................................................................ 1-18

Section 2 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0

Troubleshooting Charts

Controller Troubleshooting Chart......................................................................... 2-1 Power-Up Troubleshooting Chart ........................................................................ 2-2 Control Head Troubleshooting Chart ................................................................... 2-3 Audio Troubleshooting Chart ............................................................................... 2-4

Section 3

Controller Schematics / Parts Lists

1.0 Allocation of Schematics and Parts List............................................................... 3-1 1.1 Controller Circuits........................................................................................... 3-1 2.0 Controller R1 Schematic Diagrams ..................................................................... 3-3 Controller - GPS Schematic Diagram..................................................................... 3-3 Controller DC Supply Schematic Diagram ............................................................. 3-4 Controller DC Distribution Schematic Diagram ...................................................... 3-5 Controller Peripheral Schematic Diagram - (sheet 1 of 2)...................................... 3-6 Controller Peripheral Schematic Diagram (sheet 2 of 2) ........................................ 3-7 Controller Microprocessor Schematic Diagram ...................................................... 3-8 Controller Memories Schematic Diagram............................................................... 3-9 Controller Audio and USB Schematic Diagram .................................................... 3-10 2.1 Controller R1 Parts List ................................................................................ 3-11

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3.0 Controller R2 Schematic Diagrams ................................................................... 3-17 Controller - GPS Schematic Diagram................................................................... 3-17 Controller DC Supply Schematic Diagram ........................................................... 3-18 Controller DC Distribution Schematic Diagram .................................................... 3-19 Controller Peripheral Schematic Diagram - (sheet 1 of 2).................................... 3-20 Controller Peripheral Schematic Diagram (sheet 2 of 2) ...................................... 3-21 Controller Microprocessor Schematic Diagram .................................................... 3-22 Controller Memories Schematic Diagram............................................................. 3-23 Controller Audio and USB Schematic Diagram .................................................... 3-24 3.1 Controller R2 Parts List ............................................................................... 3-25 4.0 Controller R4 Schematic Diagrams ................................................................... 3-31 Controller - GPS Schematic Diagram................................................................... 3-31 Controller DC Supply Schematic Diagram ........................................................... 3-32 Controller DC Distribution Schematic Diagram .................................................... 3-33 Controller Peripheral Schematic Diagram - (sheet 1 of 2).................................... 3-34 Controller Peripheral Schematic Diagram (sheet 2 of 2) ...................................... 3-35 Controller Microprocessor Schematic Diagram .................................................... 3-36 Controller Memories Schematic Diagram............................................................. 3-37 Controller Audio and USB Schematic Diagram .................................................... 3-38 4.1 Controller R4 Parts List ............................................................................... 3-39 5.0 Controller R5 Schematic Diagrams ................................................................... 3-45 Controller - GPS Schematic Diagram................................................................... 3-45 Controller DC Supply Schematic Diagram ........................................................... 3-46 Controller DC Distribution Schematic Diagram .................................................... 3-47 Controller Peripheral Schematic Diagram - (sheet 1 of 2).................................... 3-48 Controller Peripheral Schematic Diagram (sheet 2 of 2) ...................................... 3-49 Controller Microprocessor Schematic Diagram .................................................... 3-50 Controller Memories Schematic Diagram............................................................. 3-51 Controller Audio and USB Schematic Diagram .................................................... 3-52 5.1 Controller R5 Parts List ............................................................................... 3-53

1-1

Section 1 THEORY OF OPERATION 1.0

Controller The Controller section consists of 4 main ICs. These are the Texas Instrument OMAP1710 Host/ DSP Processor (U1000), Flash memory (U2000), SDRAM memory (U2001) and the MAKO Audio/ Power Management (U3200) chip. Figure 1-1 shows how the Controller interfaces with the RF section, GPS, Control Head and peripherals in a DM series radio. The Controller, RF section, GPS, Control Head interface, Accessory interface, and Option Board interface are placed on a single Transceiver board. The physical interfaces between the Transceiver board and Option Board and between the Transceiver board and Control Head are via flex type connectors. All of the user interfaces are located on the Control Head. Audio PA PA_SUPPLY

Battery

RF Interface

PA_Driver_Supply

9.3V Reg.

9.3V_RF 5V_RF

V2_1.875V V4_2.775V V7_2.775V

Curr. Limit

Vdd Supply

FE_TUNE

PA_BIAS

ON_OFF_CTRL

FET_ENX

DAC1

DAC2

DAC3 SPI

5V Reg.

FET

VBUS Reg.

VBUS1,2

ABACUS SSI

EXT_SWB+

9.3V Reg. 5V_GPS

TOMAHAWK_ABACUS SPI

RAMP_DAC

SW1

11 Channels ADC

Power Management

4-Wire SPI

16.8MHz 5V_GPS

McBSP2

SPI_1

RF CNTRL

RX SSI

5V Reg

TX SSI

9.3V Reg.

GPIOs

Logic CTRL

Level Shift

Curr. Sense UART3

SW5

SiRF IC

Curr. Sense

Core Reg.

1.4V

GPS

1.5V 2.8V Reg.

GPIOs

Batt. Sense

32.768KHz

SW2 V2_1.875V V3_1.35V V4_2.775V V6_2.9V V7_2.775V V8_5V V9_3V V10_3.3V

V2_1.875V 1.4V

MAKO

Core

OMAP1710

Curr. Sense

(MPU & DSP)

(LDOs,Codec,USB,1-Wire,ADC,DAC) LDOs

SDRAM (64Mb: 4M x 16) MEM I/F

I2C Audio Atten.

Peripheral_IO

FLASH (64Mb: 4M x 16)

USB0 USB1

USB_RS232 Interfaces

Audio Preamp

UART1

Voice Codec

OPT_SELA SSI

GPIO

1-Wire

GPIOs 32.768KHz

TDA1519C

24.576 MHz

ADS

32.768 KHz

CLK PLL

GPIOs SPI_2

VBUS2

DATA LCD Driver/LED

Serial_Parallel IC DC Supply

KEYPAD MPUIOs I/F

McBSP3

12 MHz

Emerg/Ignition USB2

4-Wire SSI

McBSP1

4-Wire SSI

ON/OFF Logic Audio PA

I2C

I2C

USB1,2 TXCR

Keypad &Navigation buttons

Volume Encoder

Buffer

SSI

Dir. CTRL / SYNC

EXT_SWB+ 9.3V

Repeater

2.9V Reg.

Rear Accessory (MAP) ON/OFF Switch

Option Board

VBUS1

GPIOs GCAI MMP SYNC Control Head

Peripherals

Figure 1-1 Controller Block Diagram

SSI

1-2

1.1

Controller

Radio Power Distribution Figure 1-2 illustrates the controller DC power distribution throughout the transceiver board.

*TX_PA_Final (Q0702) *Antenna Switch ckt. *Audio_PA (U3500)

Battery (J3000)

Ext_SWB+ U3003

Accessory Connectory (J4000-7)

12.6V

SW_9.3V_PA_Reg U3005 & U3006 SW_9.3V_RF_Reg. U3001

*TX_PA_Pre-Driver (U0700) *TX_PA_Driver (U0703)

9.3V

U0100 GPO_4

P_FET Q0107

9.3V SW_5V_Reg. U3002

9.1V

TX_Pwr_Cntrl

*Audio OpAmp (U3502 &U3505) *Control Head (E4001, J4001-1) *TX PA Pressure Pad Switch (S0700) *TX VCO Buffer (Q0302)

*RX VCO Buffer (Q0202) *RX FE Amp (Q0402) *RX FE AGC *RX FE DAC Doubler (Q0403) *RX 1st LO Amp (Q0405)

Log Amp U0940

5V_Reg. U0941

*TX pwr cntrl attenuator ckt 5V

*Synthesizer (U0100) *IF Amp (Q0500) *GPS Antenna Sense

*Volume Atten.(U3501) *1-Wire LevelTranslator (U3508)

RXBE 3V_Reg U0601 ABACUS3 3.6V_Reg Q0601

UNSW_9.3V_Reg U3040

9.3V P_FET (Q3201)

9.1V

UNSW_5V_Reg. U3004

*Option Board (J4003-1) BPLUS & BAT_7V5

5V

FET_ENX PA_BPLUS SW1_SUMCOMP

Switcher1 (Q3200)

Switcher2

MAKO

GPS

*Shift Register (U4000) *Peripheral Inverter ckts *USB1 D+/D- ESD (D4001) *USB2 D+/D- ESD (D4000)

3.6V

2.8V_RF_Reg U6402 2.8V_Dig_Reg U6406

LOGIC_VDD

(U3200)

1.4V (0.87mA/MHz)

1.4V_Reg. U3201 V2_1.875V V3_1.35V V9_3V

LDOs

1.5V_RTC_Reg U6407

Not Used Not Used

*SDRAM (U2001) *FLASH (U2000) *32.678KHz Square (U3203) *16.8MHz Square (U1006) *SSI Buffer (U4005:U4008) *GPS Logics Translator (U1005) *Logic Translator (U4001) *Tomahawk Digital IO (U0100) *Abacus3 Digital IO (U0600)

DVDD

CDVV

OMAP1710 (U1000)

V4_2.775V V7_2.775V *Tomahawk TCXO (Y0100) *Tomahawk Analog (U0100) V8_5V

V10_3.3V V6_2.9V

*16.8MHz Buffer (Q0100) *Tomahawk Digital (U0100)

*GPS Logics Translator (U1005) *I 2 C Bus Translator (U3503)

*USB /GPIO1&2 Switch (U3504) *GCAI GPIO_1& GPIO_2 Pull-Up *1-WireTranslator (U3508)

9.1V

ATOD0 Switcher5 (Q3202)

SW5_SUMCOMP

ON_OFF_CNTRL

USB_CONNECT

Push On_Off

(J4001-9) (ON: Short Press) (OFF: Long Press)

MECH_SW

VBUS1_CMD

Emergency

(J4000-23) (ON: Ground) (OFF: No Connect)

EMERG_PB

5.25V

USB_Supply VBUS1_SEN

0.2

FET (Q3207)

FET (Q3203) 5V, 500mA (max)

VBUS1

0.2

VBUS2_SEN

VBUS1_MMP (J4001-27)

VBUS2_CMD FET (Q3204)

Ignition

(J4000-25) (ON: >7V) (OFF: 0V)

IGN_X

5V, 500mA (max) VBUS2

Figure 1-2 Radio Power Distribution

VBUS2_MAP (J4000-3)

SiRF

Controller

1-3

Voltage regulation is provided to the controller, GPS and RF sections by the following devices: •

+9.3V_PA: U3005, U3006, and U3030



+9.3V_CNTRL: U3040 and U3030



+9.3V_SW: U3001



+12.6V_Ext SWB+: U3003



+1.5V GPS RTC: U6407



+1.4V OMAP Core: U3201



Supplies for the Controller section: U3200 (MAKO)



Supplies for the RF and GPS sections: U0601, U0941,U3002,U3004,U6402, and U6406

The 9V3_PA regulator uses Op Amp U3030-1 as a controlling element. The regulated output voltage is divided by R3039 and R3040 and compared with an accurate reference voltage (5.1V DC) determined by VR3040. The Op Amp's output voltage at pin 1 varies the amount of conduction in transistors Q3032, U3005 and U3006 as necessary to keep voltages equal on pins 2 and 3 of the Op Amp. A characteristic of the Op Amp which allows the regulator to start up is the fact the output is high when both inputs are low, which occurs momentarily at turn-on. Dual diode D3030 serves two purposes. Diode D3030 is used to protect transistors U3005 and U3006 if the 9.3V_PA line is grounded. When this happens Q3032's base can only be 0.7V DC and transistors U3005 and U3006 will be turned off. Diode D3030 also provides temperature compensation of the regulated output voltage. The 9V3_PA supply powers the low level and driver stages of the RF power amplifier. The MAKO and GPS regulators are powered by the 9V3_CNTRL supply. Op Amp U3030-2 functions as a controlling element for the 9V3_CNTRL regulator. The regulated output voltage is divided by R3045 and R3046 and compared with the reference voltage determined by VR3040. The Op Amp's output voltage at pin 7 varies the amount of conduction in transistors Q3040 and U3040 as necessary to keep equal voltages on pins 5 and 6 of the Op Amp. As is the case with the 9V3_PA regulator, the Op Amp characteristic allows the regulator to start up when both Op Amp inputs are momentarily low at turn-on. Dual diode D3040 serves two purposes. Diode D3040 is used to protect transistor U3040 if the 9.3V_CNTRL line is grounded. When this happens Q3040's base can only be 0.7V DC and transistor U3040 will be turned off. Diode D3030 also provides temperature compensation of the regulated output voltage. Regulator U3001 generates the 9.3V required by most RF, power control, and audio circuits. Input and output capacitors C3005, and C3006/C3007/C3046 are used to reduce high frequency noise. R3003 and R3004 resistor divider set the output voltage to 9.3V. This regulator output is electronically enabled by 0V signal at pin 2. MAKO (U3200) FET_ENX, Q3206, and Q3041 are used to control the on-off at U3001 pin 2. Regulator U3003 generates the 12.6V required by external accessory device at connector J4000-7. Input and output capacitors C3012, and C3012 / C3013 are used to reduce high frequency noise. R3003 and R3004 resistor divider set the output voltage to 12.6V. This regulator output is electronically enabled by 0V signal at pin 2. MAKO (U3200) FET_ENX, Q3206, and Q3041 are used to control the on-off at U3003 pin 2. There are a total of eight other LDO regulators used to regulate the 9.3V supply down to specific application voltages. U0941, U3002, and U3004 are set to supply 5V output. U0601 is set to supply 3V for the Abacus III IC. U6402 and U6406 generate 2.8 V for GPS Digital IO and RF circuitry while U6407 regulator provides 1.5V for the GPS RTC module. U3201 regulator, which is capable of handling up to 1 Amp, is set to 1.4V for the OMAP core.

1-4

Controller

Switcher1 (Q3200) in conjunction with the MAKO power management IC (U3200) is a highly efficient dc-dc converter. In this application, it is configured as a synchronous buck dc-dc regulator. It generates an accurate 3.6V output, which supplies directly to the MAKO internal switcher2 circuit as well as the 1.4V regulator for the OMAP Core (U3201). A pulse width modulated (PWM) signal is output from U3200 pin G14 to Q3200 pin 4 and controls the output voltage level. External components L3200 and C3203 are needed to filter out the dc-dc converter output. R3200 (0.1 ohm) is used for current sense and over-current circuit protection with 2A threshold. MAKO switcher2 output 2.3V and supplies to the rest of MAKO internal LDOs. Switcher5 (Q3202) circuitry is similar to Switcher1. It is also configured as a synchronous buck dc-dc regulator. It generates an accurate 5.2V output, which supplies directly to both VBUS1 and VBUS2 supplies. External components L3202 and C3212 are needed to filter out the output. Q3208 and Q3207 prevent internal voltage leakage onto VBUS_SUPPLY (U3200 pin B13). When the radio is operated in the HOST mode, USB_CONNECT (U3200 pin L6) is toggled HIGH (3.3V) turning on PMOS FET (Q3207) through Q3208 inverter, and thus provides 5.2V to both Q3203 and Q3204 drains. Software will enable VBUS1_CMD and VBUS2_CMD either VBUS1 or VBUS2 port base on the detection mechanism. Note, only one of two VBUS ports can supply up to 500mA (max) at one time. R3207 and R3208 (0.2 ohm) are used for current sense and over-current circuit protection with 800mA threshold. In device mode, USB_CONNECT is toggled LOW to disable VBUS supply. The MAKO power management IC (U3200) provides eight more LDOs. Some LDOs are programmable to meet the requirement for various ASIC devices. V2, V3, and V9 are programmable via SPI while V4, V5, V6, V8, and V10 are fixed. See Figure 1-2 for details.

1.2

Power On/Off The radio can switch ON and OFF in one of the following three ways:

1.2.1

1.

ON/OFF switch (No Ignition Mode)

2.

Ignition Sense and ON/OFF switch (Ignition Mode)

3.

Emergency

ON/OFF Switch The On-Off push button is connected between MAKO MECH_SW (U3200 pin E4) and ground. This pin is configured to operate as a momentary push button by tying MAKO SW_TYPE (U3200 pin B3) to 2.5V. The MAKO will monitor this debounced signal via its internal 'Virtual Toggle Switch' (VTS). The signal changes state each time the button is pressed and released. At turn on, VTS is set as soon as the debounce logic detects a button press. At turn off, the button press is debounced for an additional two seconds before VTS is toggled back to off.

1.2.2

Ignition Sense Ignition sense is initiated by applying either the car battery or separate voltage that is higher than 7V to rear accessory connector J4000 pin 25. It will drive NPN transistor (Q4006) into saturation which pulls its collector to ground and presents an active low to MAKO IGN_X input (U3200 pin B4). When there is no voltage at J4000 pin 25, Q4006 is turned off and its collector is internally pulled high by the MAKO Vsave supply. Because of the noisy nature of ignition signal, a long debounce period of 250ms is used before it will be recognized as a valid input.

Controller

1.2.3

1-5

Emergency The emergency switch, when engaged, grounds the base of Q4005 via rear accessory connector pin J4000-23. This causes Q4005 to turn off and Q4015 to turn on and pulls the collector of Q4015 to ground presenting an active low to MAKO EMERG_PB (U3200 pin F4). An active low signal at this pin is indicating that the emergency button or switch is being pressed. When the emergency switch is disengaged, pin J4000-23 is floating and Q4005 is turned on by 5V at the base. This results in turning off Q4015. The collector of Q4015 is pulled to logic high via an MAKO internal pull-up resistor on EMERG_PB (U3200 pin F4).

1.2.4

Power-Up Sequence Figure 1-3 describes the typical power-up sequence on the mobile radio and the following events that occur sequentially. *TX_PA_Final (Q0702) *Antenna Switch ckt. *Audio_PA (U3500)

Battery (J3000)

Ext_SWB+ U3003

12.6V

SW_9.3V_PA_Reg U3005 & U3006 SW_9.3V_RF_Reg. U3001

9.3V

9.3V

P_FET (Q3201)

9.3V

UNSW_9.3V_Reg U3040

9.1V

2 2.5V

BPLUS & BAT_7V5

FET_ENX

SW_TYPE

1

Default Voltage Selection For V2 and V3

Switcher1 (Q3200)

(J4000-23) (ON: Ground) (OFF: No Connect)

1.4V Core (0.87mA/MHz) 1.8V IO

5

LOGIC_VDD

OMAP1710

PGLDO3

(U1000)

LDOs V2_1.875V V3_1.35V

MAKO (U3200) MECH_SW

V4_2.775V V6_2.9V V7_2.775V

EMERG_PB

V10_3.3V

V8_5V V9_3V

Ignition

(J4000-25) (ON: >7V) (OFF: 0V)

1.4V_Reg. U3201

Switcher2

Push On_Off

Emergency

3.6V

PGLDO2

ON_OFF_CNTRL (J4001-9) (ON: Short Press) (OFF: Long Press)

4

PA_BPLUS SW1_SUMCOMP

XTAL32_IN

6

MPU_RST (U20)

RST_OUT (AA20) POWER ON RESET

XTAL32_OUT

OSC_IN (Y2)

32.768KHZ Y3201 +20 ppm

PWRON_RST (R12)

Not Used

RESETX

IGN_X

Not Used

3 U3202 U3203

Figure 1-3 Power-Up Sequence

OSC_OUT (W3) 12MHZ Y1000

7 +20 ppm

1-6

Controller

1.2.5

1.

Users initiate one of the three on-off control functions (On-Off push button, Ignition or Emergency).

2.

The MAKO (U3200) generates an output low at FET_ENX (pin E2) once it detects a valid input at either Mech_SW (pin E4), Emerg_PB (pin F4), or IGN_X (pin B4). Q3206 dual PNP/NPN transistor acts as double inverter between the MAKO and Q3201 power MOSFET switch as well as over voltage protection. This logic low at the gate of Q3201 results in switching 9.3V to both Q3200 switcher circuitry and 1.4V regulator (U3201).

3.

Next the MAKO (U3200) asserts the RESETX (pin C5) low to the OMAP for an additional 32mS after all the DC regulators are stable. It is then de-asserted, allowing the OMAP processor to start.

Power-Down Sequence Figure 1-4 describes the recommended power-down sequence on the mobile radio for proper shutdown. The following events will occur sequentially. *TX_PA_Final (Q0702) *Antenna Switch ckt. *Audio_PA (U3500)

Battery (J3000)

Ext_SWB+ U3003

12.6V

SW_9.3V_PA_Reg U3005 & U3006 SW_9.3V_RF_Reg. U3001

9.3V

9.3V

5 UNSW_9.3V_Reg U3040

P_FET (Q3201)

9.3V

9.1V

4 2.5V

BPLUS & BAT_7V5

FET_ENX

PA_BPLUS Switcher1 (Q3200)

SW1_SUMCOMP

3.6V

SW_TYPE Default Voltage Selection For V2 and V3

1

Switcher2

(J4000-23) (ON: Ground) (OFF: No Connect)

OMAP1710

PGLDO3

(U1000)

LDOs V2_1.875V V3_1.35V

MAKO (U3200) MECH_SW

V4_2.775V V6_2.9V V7_2.775V V8_5V V9_3V

EMERG_PB

V10_3.3V

Ignition

(J4000-25) (ON: >7V) (OFF: 0V)

1.8V IO

LOGIC_VDD

Push On_Off

Emergency

1.4V Core (0.87mA/MHz)

PGLDO2

ON_OFF_CNTRL (J4001-9) (ON: Short Press) (OFF: Long Press)

1.4V_Reg. U3201

IGN_X XTAL32_IN

Not Used

GPIO_62(G20)

3

SPI_BUS

Not Used

2

INT_X SPI RESET_X XTAL32_OUT

CLK32K_IN (P13) OSC_IN (Y2)

32.768KHZ Y3201 +20 ppm

OSC_OUT (W3) 12MHZ Y1000

U3202 U3203

+20 ppm POWER ON RESET

Figure 1-4 Power-Down Sequence

Controller

1.3

1-7

1.

Users initiate one of the three on-off control functions (On-Off push button, Ignition and Emergency).

2.

The MAKO (U3200) starts an internal 125 ms watchdog timer and sets the shutdown interrupt flag which causes the INT_X (pin B4) interrupt output pin to assert low.

3.

The OMAP (U1000) then determines by way of SPI register access that it must initiate the power down sequence.

4.

The MAKO (U3200) asserts the RESETX (pin C5) to active low (system reset), turns off all MAKO DC regulators, and de-asserts the FET_ENX (pin E2) which turns off 9.3V for the controller.

Clocks Figure 1-5 illustrates the controller clocks used throughout the radio.

TOMAHAWK P2 U0100

Q0100

CLK2 OUT XOSC BASE

ABACUS III U0600 16.8MHz FREF

ARX DAC

16.8 MHZ TCXO

SiRF GPS U6400

+0.5 ppm (GPS & CPHER) +1.5 ppm (NONGPS)

REF_CLK 1.4V

LOW_REF_CLK U6404

MAKO P2 U3200

10K

U1006 EXT_CLK (N18)

General Pupose TIMER

CLK32K_IN (P13)

OSC32K_IN (V13)

OMAP1710 U1000

OSC32K_OUT (AA13) VSS_11 (Y13) SYS_CLK_IN (Y4)

U3202 U3203 XOUT

XIN

XTAL32_IN

XTAL32_OUT OSC_IN (Y2)

24.576MHZ Y3200

32.768KHZ Y3201

+30 ppm

+20 ppm

DPLL1

xN

MPU CLK

xN

DSP CLK

xN

TC CLK

12MHZ Y1000 32.768 KHz

OSC_OUT (W3) +20 ppm

OMAP 3.3 Core

Figure 1-5 Clock Connections The OMAP processor (U1000), which consists of an ARM and DSP core, needs three clocks for operation: a 32.768 kHz square-wave, a 12 MHz sine-wave, and a 16.8 MHz square-wave clock. The 16.8 MHz clock source is provided from the Tomahawk TCXO with its supporting circuitry Q0100 buffer amplifier, routes to squarer-circuit U1006, and feed to EXT_CLK (U1000 pin N18). The 32.768 kHz clock is generated by the MAKO crystal Y3201 oscillator; converted to a gated clock by U3202 and U3303 circuitry; then directly feed to OMAP CLK32_IN (U1000 pin P13) as well as GPS IC (U6400). The OMAP needs the 32.786 kHz to determine the input reference clock (12, 13, or 19.2 MHz) applied to OSC_IN (U1000 pin Y2). Without this 32 kHz clock, the OMAP will potentially program all the wrong dividers for USB and UART booting. The 12 MHz sine-wave is the main system reference clock for the OMAP which all the internal clocks are derived from. External pull-up on OSC32K_IN (U1000 pin V13) and grounding both OSC32K_OUT (pin AA1 and VSS_11 (pin Y13) indicating that an external 32 kHz clock is used. The 24.576 MHz crystal (Y3200) oscillator is the reference clock for MAKO CODEC and SSI clock.

1-8

1.4

Controller

Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) Figure 1-6 illustrates the controller SPI used throughout the radio. 1.8V

OMAP1710 U1000

1.8V

2.9V

1.8V

HPD SPI TOMAHAWK P2 U0100 SPI_CLK SPI_DW

SPI_CLK

SPIF.SCK (U19)

SPI_MOSI

SPIF.DOUT (W21)

SPI.CLK (M14) MMC.CMD (P11)

SPI_MISO SPI_DR

SPIF.DIN (U18) THK_CE

CEX

SPI.CS2 (P20)

LED’s Register U6002 SN74AHC594

Level Translator U6003 SN74LVC07A

MMC1 SPI

2.9V

SERIAL_CLK

CLOCK

SERIAL_DATA

DATA

LED_CS

LED_CS

GPIO_44 (P15) LCD CLOCK Interface

1.8V

DATA

DISPLAY_CS

DISPLAY_CS

SPI.CS1 (P19) PC ABACUS III U0600

PD

1.8V

1.8V

5V

5V

DOUTB ABACUS3_CE

PE

GPIO_9 (Y8) 10K

1.8V

Accy’s t Register U4000 SN74AHC594 CLOCK

SPI.RDY (R18) SPI_CLK MAKO P2 U3200

Level Translator U4001 SN74LVC07A

DATA

SPI_DO

SPI.CS3 (P18)

PROGM_IO_CS

SPI_DI MAKO_CE

SPI_CS

LED_CS

GPIO_58 (R11)

47K

Figure 1-6 SPI Connections The OMAP processor (U1000) has two SPI busses that it uses to communicate with the various peripheral IC's. The first is the High Performance Data (HPD) SPI bus and the second is the multi-media card (MMC) SPI. The HPD SPI is a synchronous serial bus made up of four lines, SPI_CLK, SPI_MOSI, SPI_MISO, and chip select. The SPI_CLK line is used to control the speed of the data to/from the peripheral IC's and the OMAP processor. This clock can be adjusted to different speed based on the IC's specification. HPD SPI module is used to interface to Tomahawk (U0100), Abacus III (U0600), and the MAKO (U3200). This interface operates at 1.8 V logic levels. SPI_MOSI, or commonly known as TRANSMIT Data, is a data string from the OMAP while SPI_MISO or RECEIVE Data is data string to the OMAP. The MMC SPI is a 3-wire bus; consisting of SERIAL_CLK, SERIAL_DATA, and chip select. This SPI bus is used to interface to accessory Serial-Parallel IC (U4000), the Control Head LED's and LCD driver. For accessory Serial-Parallel IC, the logic level out of the processor is level shifted from 1.8V to 5V through U4001 and pull-up resistors R4100, R4101, and R4103.

Controller

1.5

1-9

Serial Synchronous Interface (SSI) Figure 1-7 illustrates the controller SSI used on the radio controller design. 1.8V

OMAP1710 U1000

1.8V

DMCS TOMAHAWK P2 U0100 TXCLK

GPIO_2 (D15) McBSP2.CLKX (Y6)

SDTX

McBSP2.DX (AA5)

SFTX

McBSP2.FSX (W7)

1.8V

ABACUS III U0600

McBSP2 CLKOUT

McBSP2.CLKR (V7)

DOUTA

McBSP2.DR (P10)

FS

McBSP2.FSR (W6)

SYNCB

McBSP3 McBSP3.CLKX (N14)

McBSP3.FSX (AA17)

GPIO_40 (W15) McBSP3.DX (P14)

1.8V

McBSP1 MAKO P2 VC_FSYNC U3200 VC_RX

McBSP1.FSX (H15) McBSP1.DX (H18) McBSP1.DR (H20)

VC_TX

OPTION BOARD I/F J4003

McBSP3.DR (T19)

McBSP1.CLKX (G21)

VC_DCLK

CLK FSYNC VC_RX VC_TX R3572 10K

Figure 1-7 SSI Connections

The OMAP processor (U1000) has a total of three SSI or multi-channel buffer serial ports (McBSP) modules that are used to directly interface to the CODECs in the Tomahawk, Abacus, and MAKO, as well as command/data connections to the Option Board, and between Tx and Rx radios within a Repeater. As shown in Figure 1-7, McBSP1 is a 4-wire bus and interface to the MAKO CODEC as well as the Option Board. McBSP2 is 6-wire bus; 3-wire dedicated to the Tomahawk Tx audio and the other 3-wire to Abacus Rx audio. McBSP3 is a 4-wire bus, and used primarily to interface between Tx and Rx radios within a Repeater.

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ACC_ID Interface Smart accessories use the Accessory ID (ACC_ID) Interface to help the radio determine which smart accessory, if any, are attached to the radio. Figure 1-8 illustrates the ACC_ID connections used within the radio. 5V

2.9 V

1.875V

R3515

2.9V

5V

Vref1

Vref2

R3591

R3592

R3514

R3588

OMAP1710 U1000 HDQ (N20)

MAKO U3200 ACC_ID_MMP (P9)

SCL1

SCL2

ACC_ID_MAP (M8)

SDA1

SDA2

ACC_ID_UP (L7)

MMP

2-BitTranslator U3508 MAP

Figure 1-8 ACC_ID Interface Connections The MAKO (U3200) switches the ACC_ID busses from the Control Head MMP (Mobile Microphone Port) connector and the rear MAP (Mobile Accessory Port) connector to the OMAP ACC_ID bus. Level translator (U3508) is required to level shift between 2.9V to 5V.

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USB Interface The OMAP processor (U1000) supports two USB ports. The radio makes use of these USB ports to communicate with smart accessories, and connection to a host computer for radio programming via CPS and tuning via the Tuner Tool. One port is available via the MMP connector and the other via the MAP connector. Note: The USB ports are designed to support Motorola accessories and approved applications only and will not support third party "Plug-n-Play" USB devices. Figure 1-9 shows the details of the HSSI connections within the radio.

V_SW5 Q3207

Mako

USB_Connect (L6)

OMAP 1710

0 VBus Disable 1 VBus Enable

R3240

Q3208

VBus1_Sens (E12) USB1_TXEN (W16)

Pin Group 1

USB1_DAT (W14) USB1_SE0 (R13)

USB1_OE (B08) USB1_DAT_TXD (C08) USB1_SE0 (D08)

3/6 Wire IF and SPI Registers

Vbus1 Monitor

R3207

VBus1_Cmd (C14) VBus1 (H10)

USB1 Transceiver

Q3203

VBus

DP (N6)

D+

DM (P7)

D-

MMP

VBus2_Sens (F11)

USB0 TXEN (W4)

Pin Group 0

USB0_DAT (P9) USB0_SE0 (R8)

USB_INT (L15)

USB2_OE_RCV_RTS (A09) USB2_DAT_VP (B09) USB2_SE0_VM_RXD (C09)

USB_INTX (C10)

3 Wire IF and SPI Registers

Vbus2 Monitor

R3208

VBus2_Cmd (C13) VBus2 (D12)

Q3204

VBus

USB2 Transceiver

DP (N7) D+

DM (P8) D-

MAP

Figure 1-9 USB Interface Connections The OMAP processor USB host controller communicates with accessories at either 1.5 Mbps or 12 Mbps data rates depending on the accessory. Either port can be used as a host or a device, the only limitation is that both ports cannot be used as a device at the same time. The MAKO (U3200) incorporates two USB transceivers that provide the physical layer signaling for the two ports. Each transceiver generates and receives the DP and DM differential signals of the USB port. The transceiver interfaces to the OMAP processor through a three-wire interface consisting of two bi-directional signals (SE0 and DAT), and one uni-directional signal (TXEN). The MAKO also includes two bus monitors that sense the connection or removal of a device and determine whether or not to supply current to that device via Q3203 or Q3204 up to a maximum of 500 mA per port. The USB host/device mode assignment is determined when a user attaches a USB device to the port. The accessory contains information about what the USB mode assignment should be, this information is sent to the radio via the ACC_ID. See section 1.6 on page 1-10, for more details on the ACC_ID implementation. When configured as a host, VBUS is turned on by the MAKO, when configured as a device, VBUS will be shut off and the external host supplies the VBUS power.

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Control Head Interface The Control Head interface can be broken up into 4 separate sections: Display and Indicators, Keypad, Mobile Mic Port (MMP), and Audio signals. Each of these sections will be covered in detail. The block diagram of the Control Head is shown in Figure 1-10. Two different versions of the Control Head are currently supported: a Display Control Head with LCD display, and a Numeric Display Control Head with a 2 digit LED display and indicators. Details of the various Control Heads can be found in section, Control Head Service Information.

Numeric Display Version Only Display Backlight Display

Display

BCD to 7 Segment Driver

BCD to 7 Segment Driver

Icons

Display Version Only Serial to Parallel Converter

LCD Display 132 x 34 Dot Matrix Plus Icons

Display Backlight

Display Reset Display D/C Displ_CS (O/P) Serial Data (O/P) Serial Clock (O/P)

Display Driver

Serial To Parallel Converter LED_CS (O/P) Supply Voltage (Switched) DC Ground

RED YEL GRN

Power On/Off On/Off Switch

2 Volume Encoder Outputs

Volume Knob

Speaker

4 Rows 3 Columns

4 x 3 Push Button Matrix

CONTROL HEAD

SPKR+ SPKR-

Mobile Mic Port

GPIO-0/ Accessory Detach GPIO-1/D+ GPIO-2/DGPIO-3/PTT GPIO-4/HOOK OPT_5V/Vbus ACC_ID Mic Audio Headset Audio/Spkr+ Signal Ground

Figure 1-10 Control Head Block Diagram 1.8.1

Display and Indicators The Control Head interface supports LED numeric displays and LCD full alphanumeric displays. Both types of displays, as well as the LED indicators and backlights are controlled via a serial connection with the OMAP processor (U1000). The serial interface consists of clock, data and chip select lines that are connected directly from the OMAP processor to the serial devices in the Control Head. See section Control Head Service Information for more information on the various Control Heads supported.

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Keypad The keypad interface is a standard pulsed 4 row by 3 column configuration controlled directly by the OMAP processor (U1000). Each of the 3 column output lines is toggled high in sequence and the 4 row input lines are monitored to detect if a button has been pressed. The OMAP processor then decodes which button was pressed using the appropriate column and row stimulus and response information. See section Control Head Service Information for more information on the various Control Heads supported.

1.8.3

Mobile Mic Port (MMP) The Mobile Microphone Port (MMP) is a newly defined Motorola accessory port that contains audio, digital I/O, serial interfaces, and accessory supply lines; and is similar in function to Motorola's legacy microphone connectors. The multiplexing of these functions is handled by circuitry internal to the MAKO (U3200). The function of each pin is listed in Table 1-1. Table 1-1 Mobile Mic Port Functions MMP Pin Number

MMP Pin Name

MAKO Pin

1

ACC_ID

Accessory Identifier

2

GPIO_3 / PTT

General Purpose I/O or PTT

3

Spkr

Handset Audio

4

GPIO_2 / D-

USB D-

5

GND (Ground)

Ground

6

Opt_5V / Vbus

5 Volt Supply

7

Mic+

Mic Input

8

GPIO_1 / D+

USB D+

9

GPIO_4 / Hook

General Purpose I/O or Hook

10

GPIO_0 / PwrOn

General Purpose I/O or Power On Detect

The MMP includes 2 serial interfaces: an USB port and an ACC_ID interface. The USB port can be used as either a device (radio is device) or as a host (radio is host). When configured as a device, the radio can be programmed or tuned using MOTOTRBO CPS or Tuner software. When configured as a host, various smart accessories can be used with the radio. See section 1.7 on page 1-11 for more information on the USB interface. The ACC_ID interface is used by accessories to provide the radio with information needed to configure the interface for that accessory. See section 1.6 on page 1-10 for more information on the ACC_ID interface. Note: The USB ports are designed to support Motorola accessories and approved applications only and will not support third party "Plug-n-Play" USB devices.

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Audio Signals The Control Head interface supports 3 audio signals from the radio: Speaker audio, Mic audio, and Handset audio. Speaker audio is a differential audio connection to the radios audio PA. It is connected in parallel with the MAP speaker terminals. Mic audio is a single ended low level audio input connected to the MMP port. The Handset audio is a single ended audio output from the radio connected to the MMP.

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Mobile Accessory Port (MAP) The Mobile Accessory Port (MAP) is a newly defined Motorola accessory port that contains audio, programmable digital I/O, serial interfaces, and accessory supply lines; and is similar in function to Motorola's legacy products accessory connectors. Table 1-2 Mobile Accessory Port Functions MAP Pin Number

MAP Pin Name

MAKO Pin

1

USB_D+

2

USB_D-

3

V_Bus

4

USB_Ground

5

ACC_MAP_ID_2

6

ACC_MAP_ID_1

7

Ext_SWB+

Switched Battery Voltage

8

Power Ground

Ground

9

Ext_Spkr-

External Speaker

10

Ext_Spkr+

11

Tx_Audio

Tx Audio Input

12

Audio Ground

Ground

13

Aux_Audio_Out_1

Auxiliary Audio Output

14

Rx_Audio

Rx Audio Output

15

Aux_Audio_Out_2

Auxiliary Audio Output

16

Ground

Ground

17

Prgm_In_1_(PTT)

Programmable Input with prescribed function of PTT

18

Ground

Ground

19

Prgm_IO_2 (Monitor)

Programmable Input/Output with prescribed function Monitor

20

Prgm_IO_6

Programmable Input/Output

USB for programming or Smart Accessory

Accessory Identifier

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Table 1-2 Mobile Accessory Port Functions MAP Pin Number

1.9.1

MAP Pin Name

MAKO Pin

21

Prgm_IO_3 (Chan_Act)

Programmable Input/Output with prescribed function Channel Activity

22

Prgm_IO_7

Programmable Input/Output

23

Prgm_In_4 (Emergency)

Programmable Input with dedicated function for Emergency Switch

24

Prgm_IO_8

Programmable Input/Output

25

Prgm_In_5 (Ign Sense)

Programmable Input with dedicated function for Ignition Sense

26

Prgm_Out_9 (Ext_Alarm)

Programmable Output with prescribed function of External Alarm

MAP Programmable I/Os The MAP contains 7 general purpose I/Os. One is specifically an output, 1 is specifically an input, and the remaining 5 can be either input or output. The MAP also contains 2 dedicated inputs. All input signals map directly to OMAP (U1000) GPIOs, while all outputs are controlled from the OMAP through a SPI connected shift register (U4000) referred here as the Acc_Shift_Reg. While 7 of the 9 I/Os are general purpose and designed to be programmable through the CPS, several have recommended functions that will be detailed below. All of the programmable I/Os, except the dedicated inputs, use inverted logic, IE: a 1 on the connector as an input will be seen by the OMAP as a 0 and visa versa. Also, a 1 output by the OMAP through the Acc_Shift_Reg will be seen as a 0 output on the connector. •

Prgm_In_1 (PTT): Programmable input that has the recommended function of Push-To-Talk (PTT). This signal connects to the OMAP GPIO_7 (U1000 pin M15) as an input.



Prgm_IO_2 (Monitor): Programmable input/output that has the recommended function of Monitor. This signal connects to the OMAP GPIO_32 (U1000 pin B17) as an input. The output for this signal is driven from Acc_Shift_Reg bit 0 (U4000 pin 15).



Prgm_IO_3 (Chan_Act): Programmable input/output that has the recommended function of Channel Activity (Chan_Act). This signal connects to the OMAP GPIO_33 (U1000 pin J14) as an input. The output for this signal is driven from Acc_Shift_Reg bit 1(U4000 pin 1).



Prgm_I_4 (Emergency): Dedicated input that is having the function of Emergency (Emerg_Sw). This signal connects to the MAKO EMERG_PB (U3200 pin F4) as an input.



Prgm_I_5 (Ign_Sense): Dedicated input that is having the function of Ignition Sense (Ign_Sense). This signal connects to the MAKO IGN_X (U3200 pin B4) as an input.



Prgm_IO_6: Programmable input/output. This signal connects to the OMAP ARMIO_15 (U1000 pin E19) as an input. The output for this signal is driven from Acc_Shift_Reg bit 2 (U4000 pin 2).



Prgm_IO_7: Programmable input/output. This signal connects to the OMAP ARMIO_3 (U1000 pin V8) as an input. The output for this signal is driven from Acc_Shift_Reg bit 3 (U4000 pin 3).

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Prgm_IO_8: Programmable input/output. This signal connects to the OMAP GPIO_24 (U1000 pin V5) as an input. The output for this signal is driven from Acc_Shift_Reg bit 4 (U4000 pin 4).



Prgm_Out_9 (Ext_Alarm): Programmable output that has the recommended function of External Alarm (Ext_Alarm). The output for this signal is driven from Acc_Shift_Reg bit 5 (U4000 pin 5).

MAP Serial Interfaces The MAP includes 2 serial interfaces: an USB port and an ACC_ID interface. The USB port can be used as either a device (radio is device) or as a host (radio is host). When configured as a device, the radio can be programmed or tuned using MOTOTRBO CPS or Tuner software. When configured as a host, various smart accessories can be used with the radio. See section 1.7 on page 1-11 for more information on the USB interface. The ACC_ID interface is used by accessories to provide the radio with information needed to configure the interface for that accessory. See section 1.6 on page 1-10 for more information on the ACC_ID interface. Note: The USB ports are designed to support Motorola accessories and approved applications only and will not support third party "Plug-n-Play" USB devices.

1.9.3

MAP Audio Signals The MAP has Speaker, Tx, Rx, and Aux audio outputs. Speaker audio is a differential output from the radio's audio PA (U3500). Tx audio is a mic/line level input audio for transmit. Rx audio is a line level output audio from the receiver. Both Rx and Tx audio are programmable as emphasized or de-emphasized audio. Aux audio provides 2 outputs that can be used for public address functions. See section 1.8.4 on page 1-14 for more information on the audio circuits.

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Option Board Interface The Option Board interface uses a SSI port from the OMAP processor (U1000) to transfer both data and commands in a synchronous time slotted fashion. Data, as defined here, can be either digitized audio to be processed or generated by the Option Board; or any other form of data that can be formatted into the synchronous slots. The OMAP processor SSI has data out, data in, clock, and frame sync signals associated with it. All of these signals as well as a separate system sync signal, 2 general purpose I/O's, reset, and PTT comprise all of the signals supported for this interface. This SSI port is shared with the MAKO (U3200) providing a convenient path for audio data to be processed or generated by the Option Board as shown in Figure 1-11. The entire Option Board signal descriptions are given in Table 1-3. OMAP McBSP1

Mako

McBSP1_Sync (H15)

VC_Fsync (D7)

McBSP1_BClk (G21)

VC_DClk (E7)

McBSP1_Dout (H18)

VC_Rx (A7)

McBSP1_Din (H20)

VC_Tx (B7)

Option Board Interface SSI_Sync (J4003-4) SSI_Clk (J4003-6) SSI_Din (J4003-8) SSI_Dout (J4003-10)

Figure 1-11 Option Board SSI Connections and Data Flow

Table 1-3 Option Board Interface Signal Functions Signal

I/O Relative To Option Board

Function

SSI_Data_In

Input

Synchronous Serial Interface data and commands into the option board.

SSI_Data_Out

Output

Synchronous Serial Interface data and commands out of the option board.

SSI_Clk

Bidirectional

Synchronous Serial Interface clock for the SSI data in and out

SSI_Fsync

Bidirectional

Synchronous Serial Interface frame sync for the SSI data in and out

Shared_System_Sync

Input

Synchronization signal generated by the OMAP

Reset_Out

Input

OMAP reset

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Table 1-3 Option Board Interface Signal Functions I/O Relative To Option Board

Signal

1.11

Function

Opt_GPIO_1

Bidirectional

General purpose bidirectional I/O. Can be used for signaling between the option board and the OMAP.

Opt_GPIO_2

Bidirectional

General purpose bidirectional I/O. Can be used for signaling between the option board and the OMAP.

Opt_Brd_PTT

Output

Push To Talk signal from the option board.

SW_9V3

Input

Switched supply for the option board.

Audio The audio circuitry consists of both analog and digital audio paths. Figure 1-12 shows the basic block diagram of the audio interconnections. Level Shifter

I 2 C Bus

OMAP U1000 SSI Out

Mako U3200 Digital BP+LBF & Volume

U3503

Mic Bias

Digital BP+LBF & Volume

U3500

U3501

U3505-2 Low Level Mute

SSI In

Int Speaker

Digital Volume Control

Q3502

DAC & LPF

Audio PA Enable

Int

ADC U3505-1

Ext U3502-1

Q3505

Σ Q3501

U3502-4

Public Address Enable 2

Mic Bias Q3503

U3502-2

Q3504

Ext Mic Enable U3502-3 Public Address Mic Enable

Public Address Enable 1

MMP Connector

Ext Speaker

Rx Audio

Public Ad dress 2

Public Ad dress 1

T x Audio

U5205-4

MAP Connector

Figure 1-12 Audio Block Diagram 1.11.1

Receive Audio The OMAP (U1000) provides digital audio to the MAKO through use of a Serial Synchronous Interface, SSI. The SSI bus is comprised of four lines: clock, frame sync, Rx data, and Tx data. These four lines provide data to the MAKO (U3200) using a packet frame structure consisting of four slots. The actual audio data is transferred to the MAKO in the first slot of each frame using 16-bit pulse-code modulated PCM audio.

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The MAKO converts the PCM data to analog audio and applies several stages of gain and attenuation to ensure the proper level is output to the analog audio circuitry (70mV RMS under standard test conditions of 60% full deviation, 1kHz audio tone). The analog audio circuitry routes audio to several external ports for accessories including: handset audio, Rx audio, and public address (see Figure 1-12). The normal RX audio path to the speakers is from the MAKO through an Op Amp (U3505-2) and low level mute gate (Q3502) and through digital attenuator (U3501) that provides volume control for the speaker outputs. The attenuator is controlled by the OMAP via a bidirectional I2C bus. Level shifting of the I2C bus is provided by U3503. The digital attenuator provides 256 possible levels attenuation as well as a shutdown mode for muting audio to the speakers. The attenuator is biased at half of the supply to ensure proper operation using resistors R3569 and R3575; C3536 is used to provide a strong AC ground at the bias point. The software volume implementation uses 32 positions to define the radio's range and step size and is designed to operate with a 360 degrees fully rotational volume knob. Approximately one full rotation of the front panel volume knob will correspond to a change in audio level from minimum to maximum. From the digital attenuator, the audio signal is passed to the audio PA (U3500). This is a bridge-tied amplifier that provides a fixed gain of 40dB. The audio PA is enabled by pulling AUDIO_PA_ENA low allowing the voltage on pin 8 of U3500 to go to 9.8V. Pulling AUDIO_PA_ENA high will set the voltage on pin 8 of U3500 to about 5.3V and will mute the PA. Both the internal and external speaker outputs are in parallel; the only way to disable the internal speaker is to unplug the connector on the inside of the control head. The speaker output is calibrated to provide 7.5W into an 8-ohm load under standard test conditions. The various accessory audio paths are selectable via CPS depending on which accessories or optional configurations are required to be supported. Please refer to Figure 1-12 to understand which components the audio should pass through to get to a particular accessory output. 1.11.2

Transmit Audio Transmit audio can be sourced from either the MMP or the MAP microphone paths found on connectors J4001-30 or J4000-11 respectively. The MMP microphone carries a 9.3V bias through a 660 ohm load from R3532 and R3547 with a strong AC ground from C3524 through only a 560 ohm load from R3547. Both MMP and MAP paths are routed to the MAKO separately with the option of disabling the 9.3V bias on the MAP microphone path through Q3501. Depending on whether an MMP or MAP PTT signal was activated, a single switching stage will route the correct microphone path to the necessary gain stages and ADC that will send 16-bit PCM audio to the OMAP for signal processing via the SSI bus. The transmit gain stages in the MAKO is calibrated based on an 80mV input under standard test conditions. The microphone sensitivity is programmable through the use of CPS.

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Section 2 TROUBLESHOOTING CHARTS 1.0

Controller Troubleshooting Chart Controller Check

Pass Power-Up Self Check

No

Go to Power-Up Self Check

Yes

Speaker & Control head OK?

No

Go to Control head charts

Yes

9.3V_RF @ pin 5 of U3001?

No

Check these three conditions @ U3001 (pin 4=13.2V; pin 2=0V; pin 1=1.26V) before replacing U3001.

Yes

5V_SW @ pin 1 of U3002?

No

Check these conditions @ U3002 (pin 4=9.3V; pin 2=1.26V; before replacing U3002.

Yes

Check 9R1 [email protected] E0401

No

Yes

Volume knob functional?

Yes

Controller OK

Q0108 pin 2 =2.8V

No

No Yes

Apply on channel frequency and standard modulation and check U3501 pin10 to see the audio level varies with volumne knob turn. If not, check to see there is an activity on I2C bus by probe at I2C_CLK and I2C_Data test points.

If no I2C activities, then there is possibility of no connection between OMAP BGA pins to the traces. Try reflow OMAP (U1000) first or x-ray for possible BGA short.

Check gate Q0107 for 0V.

Check Lock_Detect 1.875V @ R2518 Yes

No

Check SPI programming to Tomahawk IC.

Check Tomahawk GPO Register settings to see GPIO_4 is set to output HIGH.

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2.0

Power-Up Troubleshooting Chart

Power-Up Troubleshooting Chart Power-Up Self Check

72MHz @ TP_SDRAM_CLK Testpoint

No

Yes

Go to Control head charts

Y1000 pin 1 = 12MHz Sine Wave

No

Yes Check Flash & SDRAM Voltages 1.875V @ R2011 & R2004

Verify Y1000, C1018,C1019 Components

Check OMAP Voltages 1.4V @ R1020 1.875V @ R1021

Check OMAP (U1000) & SDRAM (2001) IC solder connection. U3203 pin 4 = 32.768kHz Check OMAP (U1000) & Flash (U2000) IC solder connection

Yes

Check All MAKO LDOs Vsave=2.5V @ R3206 V2= 1.875V @ E3201 V4= 2.8V @ E3203 V6= 2.9V @ E3205 V7= 2.8V @ E3206 V8= 5.0V @ C3254 V10= 3.3V @ E3208 SW1= 3.6V @ L3200 SW2= 2.3V @ C3206 SW5= 5.25V @ L3202

No

Check MAKO LDOs Vsave=2.5V @ R3206 V2= 1.875V @ E3201

Verify 32kHz square ckt (U3202-1,-2,U3203) Verify Y3201, C3204,C3205 Components

Check MAKO 32.768kHz Oscillator ckt @ Y3201.

Control Head Troubleshooting Chart

3.0

Control Head Troubleshooting Chart Control head Check

Speaker OK?

No

* Check Spkr-/+ wire plug @ P6004. * Trace signal to BRICK J4001-20,J4001-21 * Check to see Q3502 pin 2 is 1.875V

Yes

Volume Knob functional?

No

* Check to see volume pulses on J60001-14 (Vol_A) and J6001-13 (Vol_B) resemble this diagram.

Yes

U6005 pin 3&4 =9.3V

No * Check BRICK’S DC power distribtion

Yes

U6000 pin 1 =2.9V

No

* Check U6000 pin2 for 1.265V for replacing U6000.

Yes

No Display OK?

* Check SPI (Clock,Data,Display_CMD,Display_CE) write to J6000 connector. If one of these signals is absence, then trace the signal back to BRICK control head J4001 connector before replacing OMAP (U1000).

Yes

LED & Backlight OK?

Yes

Control head OK

No

* Check SPI (Clock,Data,LED_CE) write to U6002. If one of these signals is absence, then trace the signal back to BRICK control head J4001 connector before replacing OMAP (U1000). * Check U6002 Bit0:Bit4 Output per decode table.

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2-4

4.0

Audio Troubleshooting Chart

Audio Troubleshooting Chart

Audio SelfCheck

This test assumes standard RF input: 60% full deviation 1kHz audio tone

Is audio present at speaker outputs?

Does adjusting the volume knob work properly?

Yes

Yes

+

Yes

Self-check completed

No No Verify U3501 connections before replacing Does adjusting the volume knob fix problem?

Yes

+

U3501: AUDIO ATTENUATOR pin 9: +5V pin 8: +5V pin 7: GND pin 2: +2.5V pin 6: PROBE I2C CLK pin 5: PROBE I2C DATA pin 1: PROBE AUDIO IN (+2.5V BIAS) pin 10: PROBE AUDIO OUT (+2.5V BIAS)

No

Is audio present at pin 7 of U3505?

Verify U3501 connections before replacing

Yes

No

Is audio present at pin 6 of U3505?

Verify U3505 connections before replacing

Yes

U3200: MAKO TP_MAKO_DCLK: PROBE CLK TP_MAKO_FSYNC: PROBE FSYNC TP_MAKO_RX: PROBE DIGITAL AUDIO IN

No

Verify SSI input into U3200 before replacing

U3505: OP-AMP pin 4: +9.3V pin 11: GND pin 5: +4.5V BIAS pin 6: PROBE AUDIO IN (+4.5V BIAS) pin 7: PROBE AUDIO OUT (+4.5V BIAS)

x

If SSI input is not present then replace U1000

U1000: OMAP

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Section 3 CONTROLLER SCHEMATICS / PARTS LISTS 1.0

Allocation of Schematics and Parts List

1.1

Controller Circuits This Chapter shows the Schematics and the Parts Lists for the Controller circuits.

Table 3-1 Controller GPS R1 Schematic Diagrams and Parts List Controller R1 used on PCB: 8471165L03_A UHF (403-470 MHz), 1-25 W 8486777Z12_A UHF (403-470 MHz), 25-40 W SCHEMATICS Controller GPS DC Supply DC Distribution Peripheral (sheet 1 of 2) Peripheral (sheet 2 of 2) Microprocessor Memories Audio and USB

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Table 3-2 Controller GPS R2 Schematic Diagrams and Parts List Controller R2 used on PCB: 8471495L01_A VHF (136-174 MHz), 1-25 W 8478023A12_A VHF (136-174 MHz), 25-45 W SCHEMATICS Controller GPS DC Supply DC Distribution Peripheral (sheet 1 of 2) Peripheral (sheet 2 of 2) Microprocessor Memories Audio and USB

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3-2

Allocation of Schematics and Parts List

Table 3-3 Controller GPS R4 Schematic Diagrams and Parts List Controller R4 used on PCB: 8471495L03_C VHF (136-174 MHz), 1-25 W 8478023A16_C VHF (136-174 MHz), 25-45 W 8471165L05_C UHF (403-470 MHz), 1-25 W 8486777Z14_C UHF (403-470 MHz), 25-40 W SCHEMATICS Controller GPS DC Supply DC Distribution Peripheral (sheet 1 of 2) Peripheral (sheet 2 of 2) Microprocessor Memories Audio and USB

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Parts List Controller

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Table 3-4 Controller GPS R5 Schematic Diagrams and Parts List Controller R5 used on PCB: 8471696M01_A UHF2 (450-527 MHz), 1-40 W SCHEMATICS Controller GPS DC Supply DC Distribution Peripheral (sheet 1 of 2) Peripheral (sheet 2 of 2) Microprocessor Memories Audio and USB

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Controller R1 Schematic Diagrams

Controller R1 Schematic Diagrams PERIPHERALS ( 1 SHEET ) OPTION BOARD INTERFACE

CONTROL HEAD

REPEATER INTERFACE

VOLUME_1 VOLUME_2 SERIAL_CLK SERIAL_DATA LED_CS DISPLAY_CS DISPLAY_CMD RESET

KEYPAD_ROW_0 KEYPAD_ROW_1 KEYPAD_ROW_2 KEYPAD_ROW_3 KEYPAD_COL_0 KEYPAD_COL_1 KEYPAD_COL_2

INT_SPKRINT_SPKR+ MIC_GROUND

GPIO_0_PWR_ON GPIO_1_USB1_DP GPIO_2_USB1_DM GPIO_3_PTT GPIO_4_HOOK ONE_WIRE_1 VBUS1 HANDSET_AUDIO INT_MIC+

9V3 ON_OFF_SW

SYSTEM_SYNC McBSP3_CLKX McBSP3_DX McBSP3_DR McBSP3_FSX DIR_CTRL ARMIO_6 RTC_BATTERY

OPT_BRD_PTT RESET_OUT

SSI_DATA_OUT SSI_DATA_I N SSI_CLK SSI_FSYNC

SW_9V3 OPT_GPIO_1 OPT_GPIO_2

MMP 3.3V PROGM_IO_CS 1V8

GP5_1_PTT GP5_2_MONITOR GP5_3_CHAN_ACTIVITY GP5_6_TxDc_BUS+ GP5_7_RxDc_BUSGP5_8_CTSs_RESET

GP5_4_EMERGENCY GP5_5_IGNITION_SENSE

PUB_ADDRESS_1_EN PUB_ADDRESS_2_EN PUB_ADDRESS_1 PUB_ADDRESS_2

USB2_DM USB2_DP VBUS2 ONE_WIRE_2

EXT_SPKR+ EXT_SPKREXT_MIC+ RX_AUDIO

EXT_SWB+

5V

REAR ACCESSORY

5V

R2508

0

RESET_OU T

9V 3

NC

C2500 220pF

2.775V_ANA_V 7 2.9V_MAKO_V6 3.6V_MAKO_SW 1 5V 5V_SW 5V_SW RAW_B+ 9V3_P A

0

R2504

1 E2500 BLM21PG300SN1

3.6V_DIG_VSW1 5V 5V_SW RAW_B+ 9V3_PA

MAKO_AUDIO_DC

NC

LOW_LEVEL_MUTE AUDIO_PA_ENA EXT_MIC_ENA PUB_ADDRESS_MIC_EN I2C_DATA I2C_CLK

MAKO_INT MAKO_OPT_INT MAKO_AD_TRIGGER MAKO_OPT_GPIO0 MAKO_OPT_GPIO2 MAKO_OPT_GPIO3 ARMIO_12 GPIO_5 AUDIO_PA_ENA EXT_MIC_ENA GPIO_27 I2C_DATA I2C_CLK

MICROCONTROLLER (OMAP 1710: SHEET 1) (MEMORY: SHEET 2)

16.8_MHZ_BUFF 32KHZ_GPS ANT_CURRENT_DET

USB1_TXEN USB1_DAT USB1_SE0 USB0_TXEN USB0_DAT USB0_SE0 USB_INT RS232_TX RS232_RX MMP_GPIO1_INPUT MMP_GPIO2_INPUT ONE_WIRE_UP POR GATED_32KHZ_OMAP

USB1_TXEN USB1_DAT USB1_SE0 USB0_TXEN USB0_DAT USB0_SE0 USB_INT OPT_GPIO_2 OPT_GPIO_1 RS232_TX RS232_RX MAKO_GPIO_RX ARMIO_2 ONE_WIRE_UP POR GATED_32KHZ_OMAP

JTAG_TDO JTAG_TMS JTAG_TDI JTAG_TCK JTAG_NTRST JTAG_NEMU1 JTAG_NEMU0 JTAG_RTCK

( MAKO AUDIO_DIGITAL_USB/RS232 : SHEET 3)

GPIO_40 RX_CLK RX_DATA RX_FSYNC TX_CLK TX_DATA TX_FSYNC DEEP_SLEEP DMCS ADAPT_SW LOCK_DETECT ANT_EN GPIO_60 (RED_LED / RX_ATTN_1) GPIO_15

GPIO_25 GPIO_18

16.8_MHZ_BUFF 32KHZ_CLK

NC

( MAKO POWER MANAGEMENT : SHEET 2)

SPI_MISO_1 SPI_MOSI_1 SPI_CLK_1

0 0 0

R252 4 R252 5 R252 6 R252 7 R252 8

0 0 0 0 0

SPI_CLK SPI_MOSI SPI_MISO ABACUS3_CE THK_CE

( DC SUPPLY: SHEET 1) C2501 F 220p

1.875V_V 2 R252 10K R252 1 9 R252 2 R252 3

GPS_BOOT_SELECT GPS_TX_LS S GPS_RX_L GPS_ON_OFF_LS GPS_RESET_LS

R2509 R2510 R2511 R2512 R2513 R2514

0 0 0 0 0 0

R2515 R2516 R2517 R2518 R2519 R2520

0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1

MAKO_CE MAKO_TX MAKO_RX MAKO_DCLK MAKO_FSYNC

(SW1 / VOL_A )GPIO_30 (SW2 / VOL_B) GPIO_31 SERIAL_CLK SERIAL_DATA LED_CS DISPLAY_CS MOBILE_DISPLAY_CMD RESET_OUT

(Active HIGH)

KEYPAD_ROW0 KEYPAD_ROW1 KEYPAD_ROW2 KEYPAD_ROW3 KEYPAD_COL0 KEYPAD_COL1 KEYPAD_COL2 KEYPAD_COL3

SPI_CLK_MAKO SPI_MOSI_MAKO SPI_MISO_MAKO

McBSP3_CLK McBSP3_DX McBSP3_DR McBSP3_FSX DIR_CTRL ARMIO_6

1.875V_DIG_V2 2.775V_DIG_V4 3.3V_DIG_V10

MAKO_TX MAKO_RX MAKO_DCLK MAKO_FSYNC MAKO_INT MAKO_OPT_INT MAKO_AD_TRIGGER MAKO_OPT_GPIO0 MAKO_OPT_GPIO2 MAKO_OPT_GPIO3

2.775V_ANA_V7 2.9V_DIG_V6

1

SPI_CLK SPI_MOSI SPI_MISO MAKO_CE

OMAP_CORE_LDO

GPIO_3 GPIO_26

RTC_BATTERY ON_OFF_MECH GPIO_0_PWR_ON USB1_DP USB1_DM GPIO_3_PTT GPIO_4_HOOK ONE_WIRE_1 VBUS1 HANDSET_AUDI O INT_MIC+

GP5_4_EMERGENCY GP5_5_IGNITION_SENSE

PUB_ADDRESS_1_EN PUB_ADDRESS_2_EN PUB_ADDRESS_1 PUB_ADDRESS_2

USB2_DM USB2_DP VBUS2 ONE_WIRE_2

LO_BATTERY_DET PA_TEMP RX_FLTR_VCTRL PA_BIAS TX_DAC

0 0 0

R2500 R2501 R2502

SW_9V3 OMAP_CORE_LDO 1.875V_DIG_V2 2.775V_DIG_V4 3.3V_DIG_V10

PTT (SW4 / MONITOR) GPIO_32 (SW8 / CHANNEL_ACT) GPIO_33 (KEYPAD_ROW4 / GP5_6)ARMIO_15 (BL_EN / GP5_7) ARMIO_3 GP5_8

LO_BATTERY_DET PA_TEMP RX_FLTR_VCTRL PA_BIAS TX_DAC

SPKR+ SPKREXT_MIC+ RX_AUDI O MIC_GROUND

2.775V_V4 1.875V_V2 EXT_SWB+ 9V3

R2506 R2507

0 0

1.875V_V2 2.775V_V4

SPI_CLK (6.0 MHz) SPI_MOSI SPI_MISO ABACUS3_CS (Active LOW) THK_CS (Active LOW) RX_SSI_SYNCB RX_SSI_CLK (1.20 MHz) RX_SSI_DATA RX_SSI_FSYNC (20.0 KHz) TX_SSI_CLK (4.20 MHz) TX_SSI_DATA TX_SSI_FSYNC(84.0 KHz) PREDRIVE_S W DMCS ADAPT_SW LOCK_DETEC T ANT_ENABLE PC_ATTEN_ENA RF_ATTN_ 2

5V 5V_SW

2.775V_V 4 1.875V_V 2

1.875V_DIG_V2 2.775V_DIG_V4

SPI_MISO_MAKO SPI_MOSI_MAKO SPI_CLK_MAKO

GPS_BOOT_SEL GPS_RX_L S GPS_TX_LS GPS_ON_OFF_LS GPS_RESET_LS GPS_5V GPS 5V_ACTIVE_ANT ( SHEET 1 ) ANT_CURRENT 32KHZ_GPS 16.8MHz VCONT 1.875V

NC

2.0

3-3

16.8_MHZ_BUFF 16.8_GPS J2500-20 J2500-14 J2500-12 J2500-10 J2500-16 J2500-6 J2500-8 J2500-18 J2500-1 J2500-2 J2500-3 J2500-4 J2500-5 J2500-7 J2500-9 J2500-11 J2500-13 J2500-15 J2500-17 J2500-19

Controller - GPS Schematic Diagram

Controller R1 Schematic Diagrams

3-4

VBAT

13.6V (NOMINAL)

1 J3000- 1

VR3000

C3015 47pF

C3000 470pF E3000

1

VBAT_GROUND

J3000- 2

(TO TX PA)

RAW_B+

1

U3040,U3005,U3006 change to 4813971D34

2

(TO AUDIO PA)

UNSWB+

C3002 10uF

U3006 R3055

0.1

9.3V

2 3 G1

R3032 0.1

(TO PA DRIVER ONLY )

9V3_PA 1

R3056

U3005

0.1

2

C3021 0.1uF

C3020 33uF

3 G1

D3030

R3033 0.1

R3039 2K 1% 1 R3057 0

C3019 470pF R3034 330

C3030 .01uF

R3053 0

R3035

R3037 330

R3036 10

10

R3040 2.74K 1%

8

NC

R3051

2 R3041 100K

1

Q3032

3

0

4 U3030-1

R3038 150

R3050 150

C3032 .01uF

C3031 0.1uF

R3030

NU

10K Q3030

R3002 10K

9.3V

U3040 2

0105959T72

3

9V3_CNTRL

G1

R3042 680

C3044 0.1uF

C3043 33uF

1 R3043 680

R3045 2K 1%

D3040

C3016 100pF R3008 13K C3017 1000pF

2 6

0 8

4

R3048 1K

6

3

FB VOUT

NP

5

1

(TO GPS & PERIPHERAL BLOCKS )

5V

VCONT VIN

5

7

5V

U3004

1%

R3046 2.74K 1%

Q3040

GND

C3041 .01uF

R3054 0

R3052

(TO MAKO)

R3007 39.2K 1% 0613952N58

C3040 470pF

C3011 1.0uF

4 U3030-2

R3044 330

R3047 100K NC C3042 .01uF

VR3040

9.3V

U3001 LM2941

VOUT

GND2

ON_OFF

GND1

VIN

ADJ

5 1

9V3

(TO SYNTH, VCO, RX FE, PWR CNTRL,CONTROLHEAD)

C3046 C3006 33uF

0.10uF

6

2 C3005 470pF

3

4

R3003

5164015H94

C3007 0.1uF

C3045 33uF

9V3

R3009 39.2K 1%

NU

3.57K 1%

C3009 100pF R3010 13K 1%

5V

U3002 C3008 1000pF

2 6 4

VOUT

NP

1

5V_SW

(TO RX BACKEND, SYNTH,GPS ANTENNA)

VCONT VIN

5

3

FB

GND

R3004 562 1%

C3010 1.0uF

5V_SW

13.6V

U3003

ON: 0 V OFF: 4.8V

47K MAKO_ON_OFF_CONTROL

Q3041

47K

Controller DC Supply Schematic Diagram

GND2

VOUT

ON_OFF

GND1

VIN

ADJ

5

EXT_SWB+

1 R3005 2.2K 5%

6

2

3

4

C3012 470pF

R3006 220 5%

C3013 22uF

C3014 0.1uF

( TO REAR ACCESSORY)

Controller R1 Schematic Diagrams

3-5

VSAVE

R3222

0

10 C3276 1.0uF

0.10uF

C3262 2.2uF

R3205 100K Y3201 XTAL 2

1

R3248 10K

32.768KHz 9V3_CNTRL Q3206

D3200

MAKO_ON_OFF_CONTROL

C3205 5.6pF

C3204 5.6pF

3

4

5 2

1

6

RTC_BATTERY

C3207

0.1uF

C3208

2.2uF

B1 C1 F3 C2 D1 D2 D3 B2 G4 E2 F4 E4 B3 B4 C5 F5 D5 A12 A13 D4 M1

R3206 VSAVE 9V3_CNTRL R3226 33K

0

C3210

2.2uF

C3211

1000pF

( ON= 0V; OFF=9.3V )

24.576MHz

1

Sine Wave Vpk-pk: 2.2V - 2.4V

NC

GND1

HOT1 1

C3215 33pF

2

4

C3214 33pF

GND2

3 HOT2

Y3200 CX-101F

0

0.1uF C3279

L3200 22uH

ON: 3.6V OFF: 0.0V

3.6V_DIG_VSW1 3.6V_DIG_VSW1 Change R3246 to 0613952N12 (13K) for OMAP1610 U3201 LP8340

C3203 68uF

D2D12

R3245

1 VIN1 6 VIN2 3 NC

0

3

0.1uF C3278

NC C3269 1.0uF

ON: 5Vpk; 230 KHZ PWM OFF: 0.0Vpk

NC NC

R3203 L3201

0.1

C3283

5 VOUT 4 ADJ

OMAP_CORE_LDO_1 R3215 0

R3246 6.81K 1% R3247 51.1K 1%

C3270 1.0uF

0.10uF SW_9V3

22uH C3206

5.1 R3243

22uF R3239

R3216 1.875V_V2_MAKO 2.775V_V4_MAKO 2.9V_V6_MAKO 2.775V_V7_MAKO 3V_V9_MAKO 3.6V_DIG_VSW 1 3.3V_V10_MAKO

NU

0

C3280 0.1uF

R3227 10K NU

OMAP_CORE_LDO_1

C3234 2.2uF

Q3202 SI4724CY

VSW5

0

R3217

C3277 C3266 1.0uF 2.2uF

C3281 0.1uF

ON: 5Vpk; 230 KHZ PWM OFF: 0.0Vpk

4.7K R3224

R3207

D1A1

0.10uF

15 S1A 16 S1B

D1B2

0 R3225

0.2

C3273 10pF

VBUS1_CMD

NU

ON: 5.2V - 5.3V OFF: 0.0V VSW5

L3202 22uH

D2A9 D2B10 D2C11

6 S2A 7 S2B 8 S2C

Q3203 SI8401DB

1

4 IN 5 SYNC_EN 14 CBOOT C3209

NU

SW_9V3 5V_V8_MAKO

C3265 22uF

R3204 0.1

10

ON: 4.75V to 5.25V (5.0V typical) OFF: 0.0V

GND1 GND2 GND3 GND4 GND5 GND6 GND7 GND8 GND9

R3201

R3218

P5 M7 J4 G5 K9 L4 D14 H5 D9

0

GP5_4_EMERGENCY ON_OFF_MECH VSAVE GP5_5_IGNITION_SENSE POR MAKO_GATED_32KHz MAKO_INT

D1B2 D2A9 D2B10 D2C11

C321 2 68uF

R323 7 10K

D2D12

GND

9V3_CNTRL

PGLDO2 PGLDO3 SW1_VDD SW1_VDDHV SW1_VSEN_BUK SW1_VSEN_BST SW1_SUMCOMP_DL SW1_DH SW1_PHASE U3200-1 SW1_VOUT SW1_GND SW2_VCC PWR_MNGR_BLOCK SW2_VCCS SW2_LX SW2_VOUT SW2_GND SW5_VDD SW5_VDDHV SW5_VSENSE SW5_SUMCOM P XTAL32_OUT SW5_PHASE XTAL32_IN SW5_VOUT BAT_RTC V02_O VSAVE V03_O BAT_7V5 V04_O BAT_3V6 V06_O REG_3V6 V07_O BAT_TYPE V09_O HV_BG V10_I FET_ENX V10_O EMERG_PB V10_GND MECH_SW V08_I SW_TYPE V08_O IGN_X VBUS_SUPPLY RESETX VBUS1_SENS GATED_32K_CLK VBUS1_CMD INT_X VBUS1 XOUT VBUS2_SENS XIN VBUS2_CMD TCXO_SEL_16_24 VBUS2 TCXO_IN

15 S1A 16 S1B

4

9V3_CNTRL

C3 A2 G13 G12 H11 J11 G14 H13 F14 H12 H14 J12 K14 J14 J13 L14 D13 F13 E14 E13 G11 F12 N4 P4 N5 P3 P6 L1 J10 M6 L9 K3 K4 B13 E12 C14 H10 F11 C13 D12

D1A1

6 S2A 7 S2B 8 S2C

2 3

SW_9V3 SW_9V3 SW_9V3

Q3200

R3241

1

Q3201

5.1

A1 A14 P1 P14 M5 B14

Q3205

C3200 22uF

C3202

R3236 1K

R3223 220K

NC1 NC2 NC3 NC4 NC5 NC6

47K

47K

UNSWB+

4 IN 5 SYNC_EN 14 CBOOT

C3201 2.2uF

U3202-2

NC NC NC NC NC NC

10.0uF 220pF

B3

R3200 0.1

R3238

A1

A3

NC VR3200

GATED_32KHZ_OMAP 32KHZ_GPS

U3203

GND

C3275 C3261

4

OUT

B1 A2

BATTERY_SENSE

IN

2 GND1 7 GND2

220K

R3233

2

B3 U3202-1

13 VDD

C3

3

220pF

43.2K R3210 14.3K 1%

B1 C1

10pF

VSAVE C3274

R3209

SW_9V3 4.7uF

13

C2

LO_BATTERY_DET

0

1.875V_V2_MAKO

C3282

VDD

2MEG

3 GND 1 NC

R3228

R3219

2MEG VSAVE

VCC 5

C3272

R3220

VBUS1 ( TO MMP ) 4.7uF

5185143E77 C3213

Q3207 NTHS5441T1

R3208 VBUS2_CMD 1

4

0.2 Q3204

1 R3240 47K

ON: 4.75V to 5.25V (5.0V typical) OFF: 0.0V VBUS2 ( TO MAP )

2 3

NC

16.8_MHZ_BUFF

3

4.7uF C3216 OMAP_CORE_LDO

C3217 E3201 C3218 220pF 0.10uF

C3219 E3202 C3220 220pF 0.10uF

2.775V_DIG_V4 2.775V_DIG_V4

2.775V_ANA_V7

2.9V_DIG_V6 2.9V_DIG_V6

C3221 E3203 C3222 220pF 0.10uF

3.3V_DIG_V10 3.3V_DIG_V10

C3227 E3206 C3228 220pF 0.10uF

C3225 E3205 C3226 0.10uF 220pF

C3231 E3208 C3232 220pF 0.10uF

VR3205 NC

C3252 1.0uF

VR3207 NC

C3257 1.0uF

C3229 C3254 220pF 2.2uF

1

VR3206 NC

3V_V9_MAKO

C3247 C3248 C3249 10uF 1.0uF 100pF

FROM MAKO USB_CONNECT (L6 ) OFF: 0V (DEFAULT) ON: 3.3V (MAKO V10)

MAKO_V9_3V

1

VR3204 NC

5V_V8_MAKO

C3243 1.0uF

3.3V_V10_MAKO

VR3203 NC

2.775V_V7_MAKO

C3238 C3239 C3240 10uF 2.2uF 100pF

2.9V_V6_MAKO

VR3202 NC

2.775V_V4_MAKO

OMAP_CORE_LDO_1

1.875V_V2_MAKO

C3237 2.2uF

USB_CONNECT

5V_V8_MAKO MAKO_V8_5V

VR3201 NC

2

Q3208 DTC114YKAF 1

1.875V_DIG_V2 1.875V_DIG_V2

10K 47K

C3233 C3260 220pF 1.0uF

VR3208 NC

Controller DC Distribution Schematic Diagram

Controller R1 Schematic Diagrams

3-6

CONTROL HEAD INTERFACE MMP_1_WIRE VBUS1

NC

3.3V

USB1_D M

C4000 C4001 C4002 C4003 C4004 C4005 C4006 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF

C4013 220pF

USB1_D P

1

1

RESET

1

1V8

1

5V 5V

NU

NU

J4001_9

NU

NU

NU

NU

E4000 9V3 1V8

1V8

RESET DISPLAY_CMD DISPLAY_CS SERIAL_DATA SERIAL_CLK LED_CS ON_OFF_SW KEYPAD_ROW_0 KEYPAD_ROW_1 KEYPAD_ROW_2 KEYPAD_ROW_3 KEYPAD_COL_0 KEYPAD_COL_1 KEYPAD_COL_2 VOLUME_1 VOLUME_2 HANDSET_AUDIO INT_SPKR+ INT_SPKRGPIO_0_PWR_ON GPIO_1_USB1_DP GPIO_2_USB1_DM GPIO_3_PTT GPIO_4_HOOK VBUS1 ONE_WIRE_1 MIC_GROUND INT_MIC +

R4000 R4001 R4002 R4003 R4004 R4005

33 33 33 33 33 33

R4061 R4063 R4064 R4065 R4066 R4067 R4068 R4069 R4070 R4071

33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 0

R4006

470

E4003

51 51

R4009 R4010

BLM21PG221SN 1

E4001 E4004 BK1005HM471 R4012

0

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

J4001- 1 J4001- 2 J4001- 3 J4001- 4 J4001- 5 J4001- 6 J4001- 7 J4001- 8 J4001- 9 J4001-10 J4001-11 J4001-12 J4001-13 J4001-14 J4001-15 J4001-16 J4001-17 J4001-18 J4001-19 J4001-20 J4001-21 J4001-22 J4001-23 J4001-24 J4001-25 J4001-26 J4001-27 J4001-28 J4001-29 J4001-30

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

J4003- 1 J4003- 2 J4003- 3 J4003- 4 J4003- 5 J4003- 6 J4003- 7 J4003- 8 J4003- 9 J4003-10 J4003-11 J4003-12 J4003-13 J4003-14

PCB 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8

7 6 5 4

3

2 1

J4001 FRONT VIEW

5V

2

2 4 6 8 10 12

A2 5 2 A1

A2 5 2 A1

OPT_SSI_SYN C R4086 0

1

WD_RESET

C4059

C4049 C4051 C4053 C4055

220pF NU

220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF NU NU NU NU

NU

C4072 C4074

220pF 220pF NU NU

OPTION BOARD INTERFACE

WD_RESET

NC

VCC

14

C4071

NU

R4100 R4101 1.2K 1.2K Y_1 Y_2 Y_3 Y_4 Y_5 Y_6

7

SERIAL_DATA PROGM_IO_CS SERIAL_CLK RESET ARMIO_6

A_1 A_2 A_3 A_4 A_5 A_6

GND

1 3 5 9 11 13

NU

C4014 C4015 C4016 C4017 C4018 C4019 C4020 C4021 C4022 C4023 C4024 C4025 C4026 C4027 C4028 C4029 C4030 C4031 C4032 C4033 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF

5.6V VR4008 NU

5.6V VR4007 NU

R4103 1.2K

R4023 1.2K

U4001

SERIAL_CLK SERIAL_DATA

4

D4001

C4084 0.10uF

C4085 220pF

C4076 220pF

1

R4079 10K

NU

R4011 0 C4034 C4035 330pF 330pF

R4034 10K

3

1V8

K4 6 K3 4 K2 3 K1 1

K4 6 K3 4 K2 3 K1 1

5V

1V8

MOBILE REPEATER: 0 OHM MOBILE SUSCRIBER: NOT_USED

220pF NU

SW_9V3 SHARED_SYSTEM_SYNC SSI_FSYNC

16

14

VCC

GND

U4000

R4090

RTC_BATTERY

8

SSI_DATA_IN

NU

SSI_DATA_OUT OPT_GPIO_1 OPT_GPIO_2 RESET_OUT OPT_BRD_PTT

0 MOBILE REPEATER: 0 OHM MOBILE SUSCRIBER: NOT_USED

0

R4074

0

R4076

0

R4078

0

R4080 R4081 R4082 R4083 R4085

0 0 0 0 0

QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH1 QH2

C4073

SER

5V

11 SRCLK 12 RCLK 10 SRCLR 13 RCLR

SSI_CLK J4001_9

R4084

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

J4003 FRONT VIEW

C4058 C4060 C4061 C4062

15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9

0.10uF

3 4 5 6

1 2 PCB

220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF NU

NU

NU

NU

NC

PUB_ADDRESS_2_EN PUB_ADDRESS_1_EN

10K

10K

1V8

R4055

R4054

1V8

NU

10K

1V8

R4033

R4032

NU

1V8

10K

R4030

1V8

R4031

1V8

GP5_8_CTSs_Reset GP5_7_RxDc_BUSGP5_6_TxDc_BUS+ REPEATER: 0 OHM MOBILE SUBSCRIBER: NOT_USED

GP5_5_IGNITION_SENSE

E4005

GP5_4_EMERGENCY

5V

5V

5V

5V

EXT_SWB+ ONE_WIRE_2 PUB_ADDRESS_2 PUB_ADDRESS_1 EXT_MIC+ RX_AUDIO

GP5_3_CHAN_ACTIVITY 5V

5V

5V

5V

R4045 4.7K

R4044 4.7K

NU

GP5_1_PTT 47K R4041 4.7K

R4040 4.7K 47K Q4000

1

F

47K Q4001

2

47K

2 F

R4043 4.7K

10K

10K

2

47K

R4088

47K

Q4010 F

3 1

10K

2

Q4014

10K

Q4005

F

C4063 C4064 C4065 C4066 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF

R4089 47K

10K

47K

Q4012

EXT_SPKREXT_SPKR+ EXT_SWB+ EXT_SWB+

VR4006 NC

47K

47K

Q4004

C4075 220pF

R4050

3

3

10K

Q4008

47K

1

F 1

C4067 C4068 C4069 220pF 220pF 220pF

F

D4000

NC

C4048 220pF

C4047 220pF

MMBZ20V

MMBZ20V

APM_1_WIRE

C4070 220pF

1

J4000-1515 J4000-1313 J4000-1111 J4000-1414 J4000-1212

J4000-9 9 J4000-10 10

J4000-7 7 J4000-8 8

J4000-16 16

EXT_SPKREXT_SPKR+

EXT_SWB+

GROUND

J4000-6 6

TX_AUDIO RX_AUDIO AUDIO GROUND

J4000-5 5

MAP_ID_1

IGNITION_SENSE

MAP_ID_2

1

VR4003

J4000-2626

1

C4046 220pF

C4045 220pF

MMBZ20V

4

6

8

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

3

5

7

9

11

13

15

17

19

21

23

25

ACCESSORY INTERFACE (26-PIN) J4000 REAR VIEW

Controller Peripheral Schematic Diagram - (sheet 1 of 2)

POWER GROUND

2 1

AUX_AUDIO_OUT_2 AUX_AUDIO_OUT_1

PCB

VIP_1_(EXT ALARM

GP5_8

GP5_7

GP5_6

IGN_SENSE

EMERG SW

GP5_3_(CHAN_ACT)

GP5_2_(MONITOR)

USB_DM_MAP USB_DP_MAP

GROUND

USB / MAP_ID_GROUND

) GP5_1_(EXT PTT)

VR4002

R4051 390K

J4000-24 24

J4000-17 17

VBUS_MAP

EMERGENCY

VR4004 C4044 220pF

J4000-22 22

J4000-3 3

J4000-2 2 J4000-1 1

MMBZ20V

EXT_PTT

J4000-19 19

2

J4000-4 4

J4000-18 18

1

C4043 220pF

VR4001

C4042 220pF

J4000-23 23

C4041 220pF

MMBZ20V 220pF

J4000-20 20

VR4000 C4040

NC

J4000-25 25

VR4005

J4000-21 21

4

3

WD_RESET Q4002

10K

1

5V

3

10K

2 3

5V

Q4015

F 3

R4035

NU

Q4011 R4049 2.7K

47K

Q4003

F

VBUS2

Q4013

47K

47K

47K

47K

USB2_DP USB2_DM

Q4009

1

1

1

1

47K E4002

Q4007

Q4006

47K

47K

R4048 1.5K

47K

47K

47K

1

VBUS2

47K

47K

2

USB2_D P USB2_D M

R4098 4.7K

R4042 4.7K

R4047 4.7K

R4046 4.7K

1

GP5_2_MONITOR

Controller R1 Schematic Diagrams

3-7

REPEATER CONNECTOR

WD_RESET

1V8

2

1

3

4

5

6

7

8

9 10 11

C4086 0.10uF PCB

A1 VCCA A2 VCCB

C2 B B2 DIR

0

A

C1

B1

GND

R4097 McBSP3_DX

J4002 FRONT VIEW

U4004

1V8 C4087 0.10uF

1

A1 VCCA A2 VCCB

TP4000

C2 B B2 DIR

0

B1

1V8

A

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

C1

GND

R4095 McBSP3_FSX

U4005

R4105 10K R4099

1V8

0

DIR_CTRL

J4002- 1 J4002- 2 J4002- 3 J4002- 4 J4002- 5 J4002- 6 J4002- 7 J4002- 8 J4002- 9 J4002-10 J4002-11

C4088 0.10uF NU

C2 B B2 DIR

A

B1

0

C4007 220pF

NU C4010 220pF

NU C4011 220pF

C4012 220pF

C1

GND

R4093 McBSP3_CLKX

A1 VCCA A2 VCCB

NU

U4006

1V8

C2 B B2 DIR

A

B1

0

C1

GND

R4096 McBSP3_DR

A1 VCCA A2 VCCB

C4089 0.10uF

U4007

1V8

C2 B B2 DIR

A

B1

0

SHARED_SYSTEM_SYNC

C1

GND

R4094 SYSTEM_SYN C

A1 VCCA A2 VCCB

C4090 0.10uF

U4008

R4106 10K

Controller Peripheral Schematic Diagram (sheet 2 of 2)

Controller R1 Schematic Diagrams

ARMIO_12 (MOBILE ONLY) AUDIO_PA_ENA (MOBILE ONLY)

GPIO_3 (GPIO_3 for PORTABLE-Green LED) (SPI.CS3 for MOBILE Shift Register Chip Select) ARMIO_6 DIR_CTRL

10K

PLACED FOR MOBILE ONY

1.875V_DIG_V2

ARMIO_ 2

1.875V

1.875V

R1017

LED_CS SERIAL_CLK DISPLAY_CS SERIAL_DATA

OMAP_CORE

R1021 0

1.875V_DIG_V2

MCBSP3_DX MCBSP3_DR MCBSP3_FSX MCBSP3_CLK

OMAP_CORE_LDO

SERIAL FLASH SPI

PT T

(1.4V for OMAP1710 & 1.55V for OMAP1610)

ONE_WIRE_UP

MCBSP3

(0.87mA/MHz for OMAP1710 & 1.06mA/MHz for OMAP1610)

R1020 0

GPS_RESET_LS GPS_TX_LS GPS_RX_LS GPS_ON_OFF_LS GPS_BOOT_SELECT

CLK rate: 1 MHz Date rate: 20 of 8 bits packet per chip select LED & Display CS: Active Low

ARMIO_ 3 (Used as BL_EN for PORTABLE, GP5_7 for MOBILE

GPIO_60 (Used as GREEN_LED for PORTABLE, PA_ENABLE for MOBILE) GPIO_15 (Used as RED_LED for PORTABLE, RX_ATTN_1 for MOBILE)

3-8

GP DEVICE CONFIG 1.875V

GPS

JTAG_NTRST JTAG_TCK JTAG_TMS JTAG_TD I JTAG_NEMU0 JTAG_NEMU1 JTAG_TDO JTAG_RTCK

2.775V_DIG_V4

2.775V_DIG_V4

C1039

R1050

DECOUPLING CAPACITORS OMAP_CORE

U1008

Y1001 C1000 C1001 C1002 C1003 C1013 C1015 C1011 C1031

R1025 10K

R1047 0

100pF 0.10uF 0.10uF 100pF 0.10uF0.10uF 100pF 0.10uF C1034 C1035 1.0uF 2.2u F

DELETED REF

1.875V

R1071 47K

JTAG

Place for OMAP1710

LARGEST REF

R1035 0 DNP NU

1.875V DVDD2

3.3V_DIG_V10

R1034 10K PLACE FOR GP DEVICE FAST BOOT

C1004 C1005 C1006 C1007 C1014 C1010 C1009 C1008 100pF 0.10uF 0.10uF 100pF 0.10uF 0.10uF 0.10uF 100pF C1036 1.0uF

C1037 2.2uF OMAP_CORE

OMAP_CORE

TP_MAKO_FSYNC

R1054 4.7K

C1030 18pF

TP_MAKO_TX

R1067 4.7K NU

1

MAKO SSI

DVDD2 LOCK_DETECT ANT_E N ADAPT_SW RF CONTROLS DMCS DEEP_SLEEP

R1066 10K NU

1

1 TP_MAKO_DCLK

TP_MAKO_RX

1

LDO_FILTER 1.875V

FREQ SWITCH GPIO_33(Used as SW8 for PORTABLE, Channel Activity for MOBILE) GPIO_32(Used as SW4 for PORTABLE, Monitor for MOBILE) GPIO_31(Used as SW2 for PORTABLE, Volume B for MOBILE) GPIO_30(Used as SW1 for PORTABLE, Volume A for MOBILE)

MAKO_RX MAKO_DCLK MAKO_FSYNC MAKO_TX

SDRAM_CS

(MOBILE ONLY) EXT_MIC_ENA

SDRAM_CLK_EN SDRAM_DATA(15:0)

N3 C12 D12 D13 C11 C13 D11 D14 C10 D8 C4 C7 D5 D7 C5 C6 D6 J18 J19 J14 K18 K19 K15 K14 L1 9 L1 8 L1 5 M19 M20 N21 N19 N18 N20 W8 Y8 M15 P19 P20 P18 M14 R19 R18 T20 T19 V8 N15 U19 V16 W17 AA17 R13 W11 W10 V10 R11

W15 Y15 P14 W14 V15 AA9 V9 R10 P10 V2 V13 AA13 AA5 V5 Y2 W3 AA15 Y14 W7 V7 Y6 W6

OMAP_CORE R1001 10K

RS232 RS232_RX RS232_T X

R1044 0

(MOBILE ONLY) GP5_8

R1070 0

C1032 ( BUFFERRED 16.8 FROM TOMAHAWK )

.01uF

R1041

1K

R1072

1.0Vpkpk C101 18pF

TOMAHAWK SSI Y1000 CX-91F 12MHz 3 OUT IN 1 8

GND1

0 NU

4 2 GND

16.8_MHZ_BUF F

R1002 10MEG

ABACUS3 SSI

TX_FSYNC TX_DATA TX_CLK RX_FSYNC RX_DATA RX_CLK

C1019 18pF

1.875V

FLASH FLASH_WAI T FLASH_CLK

R1046 NU 0

R1006 10K

15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

V3 T4 U3 U1 P8 T3 T2 R4 R3 R2 P7 P4 P2 N7 N2 N4

FDATA_15 FDATA_14 FDATA_13 FDATA_12 FDATA_11 FDATA_10 FDATA_ 9 FDATA_ 8 FDATA_ 7 FDATA_ 6 FDATA_ 5 FDATA_ 4 FDATA_ 3 FDATA_ 2 FDATA_ 1 FDATA_ 0

DVDD4_1 DVDD4_2 DVDD4_3 DVDD4_4 DVDD5_1 DVDD5_2 DVDD5_3

CVDD3_4 CVDD4

B13 B20 J21 R20 J1

A9 A3 E2

CVDD2 CVDD2_1 CVDD2_2 CVDD3_1 CVDD3_2 CVDD3_3

VSS_4 VSS_5 VSS_6 VSS_7 VSS_8 VSS_9 VSS_10 VSS_11 VSS_12 VSS_13 VSS_14 VSS_15 VSS_16 VSS_17 VSS_18 VSS_19

DVDD2_1 DVDD2_2 DVDD2_3

MMC_DAT0

SDRAM_CAS SBANK_1 SBANK_0

0 1 2 3 4 5 6

SADD_13 SADD_12 SADD_11 SADD_10 SADD_9 SADD_8 U1000 SADD_7 OMAP1710 SADD_6 SADD_5 SADD_4 SADD_3 SADD_2 SADD_1 SADD_0

H11 H9 H10 B8 B12 G9 G11 G12 B9 G10 A1 B6 B2 A2

12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

SDRAM

SDRAM_ADD(12:0)

LCD_VSYN C B18 LCD_HSYNC C20 LCD_AC B15 CLK_P_LCD C15 LCD_PIXEL_1 5 D15 LCD_PIXEL_1 4 C16 LCD_PIXEL_1 3 A17 LCD_PIXEL_1 2 G13 LCD_PIXEL_1 1 B17 C17 LCD_PIXEL_1 0 D16 LCD_PIXEL_9 D17 LCD_PIXEL_8 C18 LCD_PIXEL_7 B19 LCD_PIXEL_6 A20 LCD_PIXEL_5 H13 LCD_PIXEL_4 G14 LCD_PIXEL_3 C19 LCD_PIXEL_2 B21 LCD_PIXEL_1 D18 LCD_PIXEL_0 KBC_5 G19 KBC_4 C21 KBC_3 E1 8 KBC_2 D1 9 KBC_1 D20 KBC_0 F18 CLK_EX_CAM H19 LOW_STATE_5 M18 UART3_RX L14 I2C_SCL T18 OTD AA19 UWIRE_SDI U18 UWIRE_SDO W21 CLK_S_UWIRE V19 Z_STATE_3 N14 Z_STATE_2 P15 MCBSP1_DX H18

B5 B7 A13 B16 A21 F20 K20 R21 W20 AA21 Y13 AA7 Y3 AA1 U2 N1 K2 G1 B1

OMAP1710

PORTABLE DISPLAY DISPLAY_DATA7 DISPLAY_DATA6 DISPLAY_DATA5 DISPLAY_DATA4 DISPLAY_DATA3 DISPLAY_DATA2 DISPLAY_DATA1 DISPLAY_DATA0 DISPLAY_CE DISPLAY_CMD

(Used as KEYPAD_COL4 for PORTABLE and Public Add Mic for MOBILE)

TX_RAMP

GPIO_27 KEYPAD_COL 3 KEYPAD COLUMN KEYPAD_COL 2 KEYPAD_COL 1 KEYPAD_COL 0 MOBILE_DISPLAY_CMD (MOBILE ONLY)

1

SPI_CL K SPI_MISO SPI_MOSI THK_CE

5

EMIFS_DATA(15:0) EMIFS_ADD(23:1)

0

ABACUS3_C E MAKO_CE

R1014 0

OPT_GPIO_1 OPT_GPIO_2 GPIO_40 MAKO_AD_TRIGGER

2

0

GND

VSS_1 VSS_2 VSS_3

SDRAM_CTL(6:0 ) H8 H7 D10 C8 B4 C3 B3

EN_WE_SDRAM SDRAM_RAS SDRAM_DQMU SDRAM_DQML

R1036 10K

1.875V

1 2 3 4

VCC

NC DVDD1_1 DVDD1_2 DVDD1_3 DVDD1_4 DVDD1_5

TP100

Y2 4

Y1 6

0.10uF R1026 47K

5

1 A1

C1033

3 A2

1.875V

R1028 0

16.8MHz Squarer

LDO_FILTER

VDD_DL L

E5 RESERVED

1.875V BOOT FROM CS0

U100 6

CVDDA

Y21 W12 A11 A15 Y20 Y9 M2 AA3

R1045 10K

CVDDA CVDD_RTC CVDD_DL CVDD_ 1 CVDD_ 2 CVDD_ 3 CVDD_ 4 CVDD1

KEYPAD ROW

DNP R1027 10K

V12 DVDDRTC

1.875V NU

ARMIO_15 KEYPAD_ROW3 KEYPAD_ROW2 KEYPAD_ROW1 KEYPAD_ROW0

OMAP_CORE

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

(Used as KEYPAD_ROW4 for PORTABLE, GP5_6 for MOBILE)

CLKX_SD CLK32K_IN EN_SDCKE CLKX_MCBSP1 CLK_MCSI2 CLKS_MCBSP1 MCBSP1_FSX PWRON_RESET F_CS1U F_CS2U SDDQS_H 1.875V SDDQS_L CS_SDRAM KBR_4 KBR_3 KBR_2 KBR_1 DVDD2 KBR_0 MCBSP1_DR BFAIL CONF TDI TMS TCK TRST MPU_BOOT L1 MPU_RST A19 UART1_CTS E21 UART2_CTS U21 UART1_RX Y16 UART2_RX L21 CLK_B_REQ AA2 CLK_B Y7 CLK_MCSI 1 AA11 MCSI1_DOUT MCSI1_DIN A5 MCSI2_DIN A7 MCSI2_SYN C B10 CLK_M_REQ B14 MCBSP2_DR FRDY R1 OSC32K_IN H2 OSC32K_OUT C2 MCBSP2_DX CLK_M OSC1_I N OSC1_OUT LOW_STATE_1 LOW_STATE_2 MCBSP2_FSX CLKR_MCBSP2 CLKX_MCBSP2 MCBSP2_FSR

V20 I2C_SDA J15 CLK_L_CAM C9 CLK_S D J8 FADD_ 1 D3 FADD_ 2 C1 FADD_ 3 E4 FADD_ 4 D2 FADD_ 5 F4 FADD_ 6 E3 FADD_ 7 J7 FADD_ 8 F3 FADD_ 9 G4 FADD_10 G3 FADD_11 G2 FADD_12 K8 FADD_13 H4 FADD_14 H3 FADD_15 K7 FADD_16 J2 FADD_17 J4 FADD_18 J3 FADD_19 F2 FADD_20 L8 FADD_21 K4 FADD_22 K3 FADD_23 L7 FADD_24 E1 FADD_25 L4 FADV L3 EN_F_BE_0 M8 EN_F_BE_1 M7 GPIO_62 1 M3 F_CS1 M4 F_CS2 N8 F_CS3 U4 EN_F_OE W1 F_RP W2 EN_F_WE V4 F_WP R8 USB0_SE0 P9 USB0_DAT W4 EN_USB_PUEN Y4 CLK_B_UART 2 V6 LOW_STATE_3 W5 LOW_STATE_4 Y17 RTCK W9 MCSI2_DOUT P11 MMC_CM D V11 CLK_MMC Y12 RTC_ON_NOF F W16 Z_STATE_1 W13 RTC_WAKE_INT P12 RESET_MODE AA20 RST_OUT

D9 P13 H12 G21 Y10 G20 H15 R12 Y1 P3 C14 D4 G8 E19 E2 0 H14 F1 9 G18 H20 W19 V18 Y19 V17 W18 Y18 J20 U20 R14 Y5 V14 R9

MAKO_INT ( RESET CIRCUIT PROVIDED BY MAKO ) POR MAKO_GPIO_RX GPIO_ 5

BOOT FROM CS3

SDRAM_CLK

CLK_F SDATA_15 SDATA_14 SDATA_13 SDATA_12 SDATA_11 SDATA_10 SDATA_9 SDATA_8 SDATA_7 SDATA_6 SDATA_5 SDATA_4 SDATA_3 SDATA_2 SDATA_1 SDATA_0 CAM_D_7 CAM_D_6 CAM_D_5 CAM_D_4 CAM_D_3 CAM_D_2 CAM_D_1 CAM_D_0 CAM_VS CAM_HS CAM_RSTZ GPIO_15 GPIO_14 GPIO_13 GPIO_12 GPIO_11 GPIO_9 GPIO_8 GPIO_7 GPIO_6 GPIO_4 GPIO_3 GPIO_2 GPIO_1 GPIO_0 MPUIO_ 5 MPUIO_ 4 MPUIO_ 3 MPUIO_ 2 MPUIO_ 1 EMU0 EMU1 MCSI1_SYN C CLK32K_OUT MMC_DAT3 MMC_DAT2 MMC_DAT1

R1048 TP_PO R 0 1

(FROM MAKO ) GATED_32KHZ_OMAP (FROM MAKO)32KHZ_CLK

15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

OPTION SELECT (FROM MAKO) MAKO_OPT_GPIO0 MAKO_OPT_GPIO3 MAKO_OPT_GPIO2

FLASH_CTL(5:0 )

MAKO_OPT_INT

RESET_OUT

R1005 4.7K

USB#2 OPTION BOARD

USB#0

USB_IN T

USB1_SE 0

USB1_TXE N

USB1_DAT

USB0_SE0 USB0_DAT USB0_TXEN

USB2_SE 0

USB2_DAT

GPIO_25

USB2_SUSPEN D

USB2_RCV

Controller Microprocessor Schematic Diagram

GPIO_26

I2C

GPIO_18

I2C_CLK I2C_DATA

Place for OMAP1610

USB#1

USB#0 RESERVED FOR MOBILE ( INTERFACE WITH MAKO )

Place for OMAP1710

SPI

Place for OMAP1610

R1019 5.1 Place for OMAP1710

C101

7

1.0uF

OMAP_COR E

R1000 10

R1060 10 VDD_DLL

C1012 0.10uF

C1016 0.10uF

CVDD A C104 4 0.10uF

Controller R1 Schematic Diagrams

3-9

1.875V_DIG_V2

FLASH

1.875V_DIG_V2

SDRAM

1.875V_DIG_V2

1.875V_DIG_V2

R2004 0

R2011 0

TP_SDRAM_CLK Bootstrap Mode = 48 MH z Normal Mode = 72 MH z

1.875V_DIG_V2 C2000

100pF

C2001

C2002

C2003

.01uF

0.10uF

0.10uF

R2012 10K

R2000 10K

C2007

C2006

C2005

C2004

0.10uF

0.10uF

.01uF

100pF

SDRAM_CLK R2005 10K

SDRAM_CLK_EN TP_FLASH_CLK

1.875V_DIG_V2

R2006 10K

R2007 10K

R2008 10K

R2009 10K

SDRAM_CTL(6:0)

0 FLASH_CLK

6

F7

WP

TP_SDRAM_CS

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

A1 B1 C1 D2 D1 D4 B6 A6 C6 B3 C3 D7

A5

D5

A6

D6

A7 A8 A9

D7 D8 D9

A10

D10

A11

D11

A12

D12

A13

D13

A14

D14

A15

D15

1

H8

E5

2

G5

3

E4

4

G3

5

E3

6

G1

7

G7

8

F6

9

F5

10

F4

11

D5

12

F3

13

F2

14

E2

15

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

J8 J7 J3 J2 H3 H2 H1 G3 H9 G2

C7

B3

A7

J9

E7

D3 VDDQ4

VDDQ3

VDDQ2

VDDQ1

VDD3

VDD2

A0

DQ0

A1

DQ1

A2

DQ2

A3

DQ3

A4

DQ4

A5 A6 A7 A8 A9

DQ5 DQ6 DQ7 DQ8 DQ9

A10

DQ10

A11

DQ11

11

DQ12 DQ13

E8 12

F1

LDQM

DQ14

UDQM

DQ15

A16

A8

0

B9

1

B8

2

C9

3

C8

4

D9

5

D8

6

E9

7

E1

8

D2

9

D1

10

C2

11

C1

12

B2

13

B1

14

A2

15

E2

A17

NC1

A18

NC2

G1

NC

A19 A20 A21 NC VSS2 G2

F1

A3

VSS1

23

VSSQ4

11

C2

D4

E6

D7

10

B2

D3

A4

H7

VSSQ3

9

A2

A3

0

C3

8

C7

D2

BA1

F7

VSS1

7

A7

A2

BA0

A1

6

B7

D1

VSSQ2

5

A8

A1

G8

TP_SDRAM_BA1

SDRAM_ADD(12:0)

G8

4

D0

ST 4Mx16

3

B8

A0

VSSQ1

2

C8

RAS

G7

TP_SDRAM_BA0

RP

E8 1

WE

CAS

EN_L

WAIT

D8

A9

F8

EN_W

VSSQ2

D3 FLASH_WAI T

SDRAM_CS

EN_G

CKE

U2001

CS

B7

B5

F9

16MByte

MICRON 8Mx16

2

G9

VSSQ1

C4

3

EN_E

CLK

A3

5

F3

VSS3

C5 D6

2

J1

3 4

VDD1

G6

E1

A5

U2000 M58WR064FB

CLK_K

F2

VSS2

F8

4 R2013 10K

E3

E7

1

1

0104024J27 (Pre-Flashed Part)

B4 0

5 R2010 10K

8MByte

VPP

VDDQ2

VDDQ1

A4

VDD1

FLASH_CTL(5:0)

VDD2

G4

1.875V_DIG_V2

EMIFS_ADD(23:1)

EMIFS_DATA(15:0)

SDRAM_DATA(15:0)

Controller Memories Schematic Diagram

Controller R1 Schematic Diagrams

R3582 MMP_GPIO2_INPUT

5.1K NU

16.2K

MAKO_OPT_GPIO2 MAKO_OPT_GPIO3

I2C_CLK

I2C_DATA

CLK_SCL 3 AD0_CS* 8 DI S SDO_NC 4 5 SDI_SDA 10 W 1 A 2

10uF C3536

R3575 1K

B

1

4

Q3501

9V3

3

2

1

R3532 C3524 10uF 100

EXT_MIC_ENA

1 C3530 220pF

0 C3531 220pF

NC 9V3_CNTRL SW_9V3

NC NC NC NC NC NC

0.10uF

R3537

1.0uF

EXT_MIC

R3535 560 E3503

C3520

C3528

5

6

R3547 560

NC NC

1.0uF

0.10uF

C3516

C3523

R3526 0

C3515 220pF

C3514 220pF

B11 A11 L2 K2 K1 J2 J1 J3 H3 H2 E3 E1 G3 G2 F1 F2 H1 G1 H4 A4

AD_TRI G TX_RX VMES L10 MIC_BIAS ADC_VREF M12 INT_MIC_P ATOD_0 N14 INT_MIC_M ATOD_1 M13 EXT_MIC_P ATOD_2 L11 EXT_MIC_M ATOD_3 M14 VCM 1 ATOD_4 L12 ATOD_5 L13 VC_OUT_P VC_OUT_M ATOD_6 K11 ATOD_7 K12 BPLUS PA_BPLUS ATOD_8 K13 U3200-3 PA_IN_M PA_CODEC_A2D_BLOCK PA_IN_P INT_SPKR_P FE_TUNE1 L3 INT_SPKR_M FE_TUNE2 M2 EXT_SPKR_P PWR_CTRL N1 EXT_SPKR_M SCAN_EN C4 A3 VCM 2 TEST VREF VFUSE E8

100pF

NC

C3513

100pF

3.3V_DIG_V10

9V3

5V_SW

UNSWB+

9V3 R3520 24K 3 2

C3504 1000pF OUT1

OUT2

4

E3500

6

E3501

15 K

7.8V RMS (7.5 W @ 8 ohms)

R3523

13

24K VAG

12

C3506 47uF VR3502

1

U3505- 4 4 14 11

R3524

C3509

560

10uF

3

R3576 100

1

330pF R3525

HANDSET_AUDIO

100K 9V3

600mV RMS

R3571 2K

2

C3510

2.9V_DIG_V6

RT3500 10K RX_FLTR_VCTRL PA_BIAS TX_DAC 26.7K R3577

SPKR-

C3505 1000pF

Q3500

R3521

47K

HW_ID0 HW_ID1 HW_ID2 BATTERY_SENSE R3595 10K PA_TEM P ANT_CURRENT_DET TX_RAMP_DAC 3.91V (27.5W) 4.12V (44W)

SPKR+

10K

AUDIO_PA_ENA

2200pF

C3507

C3508 0.1uF

C3512 0.1uF

9 IN V 1 NINV 3 RR 8 M_SS

R3516 24K

9V3

C3511

INT_MIC

UNSWB+

A2 V_POS

NC NC NC NC

9.3VDC unmuted 2113945A09 5.3VDC muted (VALUE )

7.8V RMS (7.5 W @ 8 ohms)

U3500 TDA1519C

7 VCC

6

PCA9306 U3503

C3503 1000pF

U3501 AD5161

9 R3559 10K

SDA2 5 SCL2 6 EN 8

C3502 0.1uF

VDD

1 0.10uF

NC GPIO_0_PWR_ON GPIO_3_PTT GPIO_4_HOOK

GND

SDA1 4 SCL1 3

C3542

U3508 PCA9306

1

E3502

C3521 1.0uF

1

2

MAKO_OPT_INT

ONE_WIRE_1 ONE_WIRE_2 I2C_DATA I2C_CLK

R3569 1K

MAKO_AD_TRIGGER

C3529

VR3503 MMBZ20V

3

MAKO_OPT_GPIO0

NC NC NC

3 4 SCL1 SDA1

NC NC

0.10uF R3558 10K

R3574 10K

C3501 0.1uF

10K R3513 0

GND2

10K R3587

16.2K

R3573 10K

8 EN 6 SCL2 5 SDA2

R3511

C3540

GND1

10K R3581

R3583

R3515 10K

C3539 0.10uF

R3592 2.2K

2

R3580

MMP_GPIO1_INPUT

NC

R3591 2.2K

GND

ONE_WIRE_UP

52mV RMS for rated audio 5V_SW 2.775V_DIG_V4

7

NC

R3593 200K C3541 0.10uF R3514 10K

C3500 10.0uF

R3578 200K 1.875V_DIG_V2

USB_CONNECT NC NC

UNSWB+ 9V3 5V_SW 5V_V8_MAKO 3.3V_DIG_V10 1.875V_DIG_V2

2.775V_DIG_V4

2.9V_DIG_V6 N6 P7 N7 P8 L6 N13 N9 P9 M8 L8 M10 N12 M11 P13 P10 K7 M9 N10 P11 K8 P12 N11

8 11

5V_SW

2 VREF1 7 VREF2

10K 51.1K

R3579 R3588

1.875V_V2_MAKO

1.875V_DIG_V2

USB2_DP USB2_DM

27

1 1

NC NC

RS232_TX RS232_RX

27

2 VREF1 7 VREF2

NC

MAKO UART

R3500 R3501

4

10

10K R3506 10K

R3594 3.3K

GND

0 0 0

R3561 R3562 R3563

9 R3502

0

C1

IN 2

9V3

R3586

B2

(VALUE )

MAKO USB

NC

D2 NO2 C2 COM 2

U3504 TS5A23166 IN 1

1

NC

MAKO SSI 1.875V_V2_MAKO USB1_TXEN USB1_DAT USB1_SE0 USB0_TXEN USB0_DAT USB0_SE0 USB_INT

HW_ID2

HW_I D

HW_ID1

HW_ID0

MOBILE REPEATER: NOT_USED MOBILE SUSCRIBER: 0 OHM

A1 NO1 B1 COM 1

GND

R3509 0

BBP_CLK BBP_SYNC SPI_CLK SPI_CS U3200- 2 SPI_DI DIGITAL_BLOCK SPI_DO VC_DCLK VC_FSYNC VC_TX VC_TX3V VC_RX UCM_SS LOGIC_VDD USB1_OE USB1_DAT_TXD USB1_SE0 USB2_OE_RCV_RTS USB2_DAT_VP USB2_SE0_VM_RXD UART2_TXD USB1_DP UART2_RXD_OD USB1_DM CTS_X USB2_DP USB_INTX USB2_DM USB_CONNECT RXDIN_3V TXDO_BDI_UP_3V SB96_BUS_BUSY BOOT_NORM_X SB96_BDO_KF_5V ONE_WIRE_1 RS232_USB_X APCO ONE_WIRE_2 ONE_WIRE_BATT SB96D_BDO_KF_3V ONE_WIRE_UP TXDO_BDI_5V TXDO_BDI_ENC_3V RXDIN_5V RXDIN_ENC_3V RTS_FILLSEN_5V CTS_CABLE_DET_5V RTS_FILLSEN_3V BUSY_I N OPTA_SEL0 BUSY_OUT OPTA_SEL1 CABLE_DET_3V OPTA_SEL2 OPTA_SEL3 OPT_GPIO0 OPT_GPIO1 OPTB_SEL0 OPT_GPIO2 OPTB_SEL1 OPT_GPIO3 OPTB_SEL2 OPTION_INTX OPTB_SEL3

D1

R3508 0

NC NC

MAKO SPI SPI_CLK MAKO_CE SPI_MOSI SPI_MISO MAKO_DCLK MAKO_FSYNC MAKO_TX MAKO_RX

R3585 22K

U3505- 1

C3517

R3528

2

10uF

22K

3

4

C351 9

1

R3529 RX_AUDI O

11

47uF

51 R3548 100K

VAG R3550 82K

330mV RMS C3545

C3525 220pF

220pF

VAG 9V3 R3596 150

R3536 100K 9V3 C3532

R3539

C3538 .01uF

4

0.10uF

R3507 0

VAG U3505- 3 (SOURCE) MC3403

9V3 A5 B5 E6 D6 B6 C6 E7 D7 B7 M4 A7 N3 A6 B8 C8 D8 A9 B9 C9 E9 A10 B10 C10 P2 J5 C7 A8 L5 N8 L7 K6 N2 M3 C12 E11 D10 F10 C11 G10 D11 B12

R3584 22K

1.875V_DIG_V2

USB1_DP USB1_DM

5

R3510 R3512

5V_V8_MAKO

1

1 R3504 R3505 MOBILE REPEATER: 33K R3503 33K 33K MOBILE SUBSCRIBER: NOT_USED 33K NU NU

EXT_MIC+

27 27

1

2.9V_DIG_V6

INT_MIC +

3.3V_DIG_V10

1

MAKO_CE

R3560 47K

1

2.9V_DIG_V6

R3572 10K

5V_V8_MAKO

USB1_TXEN USB1_DAT USB1_SEO

3-10

3

24K VAG

R3538 39K

5 V15

2

6

1

C3527

R3533 24K

0.1uF 9

U35022 6

1.0uF 5

4

10 4

C3533

8

C3543 7

11

4 11 U3502- 3

3

R3540

PUB_ADDRESS_1

100

10uF

3

1.0uF 5 2

C3518

VAG

70mV RMS (RX AUDIO)

6

MIC_GROUND 1.0uF

1

R3542

Q3503 9V3

220K C3522

R3544 24K

470pF R3549

2 VAG

1.0uF

R3534 10K VAG

11

13 C3544 4

3

12

U3502- 4 4 14

C3534

11

10uF

R3545 100

PUB_ADDRESS_2

1.0uF

5 2 C3535 1.0uF

U3505- 2 6

3

U3502-1 4 1

R3546 15 K

30K 9V3 C3526

9V3

VR3504

24K

Q3504

NU R3530 80mV RMS (TX AUDIO)

R3541 24K

4

6

1

7 5

11

4

3 Q350 5

5 2

6

1

Q3502

Controller Audio and USB Schematic Diagram

PUB_ADDRESS_2_EN PUB_ADDRESS_1_EN PUB_ADDRESS_MIC_EN LOW_LEVEL_MUTE

Controller R1 Schematic Diagrams

2.1

3-11

Controller R1 Parts List

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

C2000

2113944A40

100pF

C3031

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3221

2113944A44

220pF

C1000

2113944A40

100pF

C2001

2113945B02

.01uF

C3032

2113945B02

.01uF

C3222

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C1001

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C2002

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3040

2113944C06

470pF

C3225

2113944A44

220pF

C1002

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C2003

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3041

2113945C02

.01uF

C3226

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C1003

2113944A40

100pF

C2004

2113944A40

100pF

C3042

2113945B02

.01uF

C3227

2113944A44

220pF

C1004

2113944A40

100pF

C2005

2113945B02

.01uF

C3043

2314030E85

33uF

C3228

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C1005

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C2006

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3044

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3229

2113944A44

220pF

C1006

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C2007

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3045

NOT PLACED



C3231

2113944A44

220pF

C1007

2113944A40

100pF

C2500

2113944A44

220pF

C3046

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3232

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C1008

2113944A40

100pF

C2501

2113944A44

220pF

C3200

2113946J04

22uF

C3233

2113944A44

220pF

C1009

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3000

2113944C06

470pF

C3201

2113946D05

2.2uF

C3234

2113946D05

2.2uF

C1010

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3002

2371403L02

10uF

C3202

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3237

2113946D05

2.2uF

C1011

2113944A40

100pF

C3005

2113944C06

470pF

C3203

2316410H02

68uF

C3238

2113946H02

10uF

C1012

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3006

2314030E85

33uF

C3204

2115153H21

5.6pF

C3239

2113946D05

2.2uF

C1013

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3007

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3205

2115153H21

5.6pF

C3240

2113944C45

100pF

C1014

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3008

2113945A09

1000pF

C3206

2316410H01

22uF

C3243

2113946S35

1.0uF

C1015

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3009

2113944A40

100pF

C3207

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3247

2113946H02

10uF

C1016

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3010

2113946S35

1.0uF

C3208

2113946D05

2.2uF

C3248

2113946S35

1.0uF

C1017

2113946E02

1.0uF

C3011

2113946S35

1.0uF

C3209

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3249

2113944C45

100pF

C1018

2113944A28

18pF

C3012

2113944C06

470pF

C3210

2113946D05

2.2uF

C3252

2113946S35

1.0uF

C1019

2113944A28

18pF

C3013

2314030J28

22uF

C3211

2113945A09

1000pF

C3254

2113946D05

2.2uF

C1030

2113944A28

18pF

C3014

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3212

2316410H02

68uF

C3257

2113946S35

1.0uF

C1031

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3015

2113944C38

47pF

C3213

2113946F03

4.7uF

C3260

2113946S35

1.0uF

C1032

2113945B02

.01uF

C3016

2113944A40

100pF

C3214

2115153H45

33pF

C3261

2113944A44

220pF

C1033

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3017

2113945A09

1000pF

C3215

2115153H45

33pF

C3262

2113946N03

2.2uF

C1034

2113946S35

1.0uF

C3018

2389289U01

10uF

C3216

2113946F03

4.7uF

C3265

2113946J04

22uF

C1035

2113946D05

2.2uF

C3019

2113944C06

470pF

C3217

2113944A44

220pF

C3266

2113946D05

2.2uF

C1036

2113946S35

1.0uF

C3020

2314030E85

33uF

C3218

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3269

2113946S35

1.0uF

C1037

2113946D05

2.2uF

C3021

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3219

2113944A44

220pF

C3270

2113946S35

1.0uF

C1044

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3030

2113945C02

.01uF

C3220

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3272

2115153H27

10pF

Controller R1 Schematic Diagrams

3-12

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

C3273

NOT PLACED



C3519

2314030F30

47uF

C4004

NOT PLACED



C4040

2113944A44

220pF

C3274

2113944A44

220pF

C3520

2113946S35

1.0uF

C4005

NOT PLACED



C4041

2113944A44

220pF

C3275

2113946J03

10.0uF

C3521

2113946S35

1.0uF

C4006

2113944A44

220pF

C4042

2113944A44

220pF

C3276

2113946S35

1.0uF

C3522

2113945A05

470pF

C4007

NOT PLACED



C4043

2113944A44

220pF

C3277

2113946S35

1.0uF

C3523

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C4010

NOT PLACED



C4044

2113944A44

220pF

C3278

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3524

2313960D07

10uF

C4011

NOT PLACED



C4045

2113944A44

220pF

C3279

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3525

2113944A44

220pF

C4012

NOT PLACED



C4046

2113944A44

220pF

C3280

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3526

2113946S35

1.0uF

C4013

2113944A44

220pF

C4047

2113944A44

220pF

C3281

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3527

2113945C31

0.1uF

C4014

2113944A44

220pF

C4048

2113944A44

220pF

C3282

2113946F03

4.7uF

C3528

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C4015

2113944A44

220pF

C4049

NOT PLACED



C3283

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3529

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C4016

2113944A44

220pF

C4051

NOT PLACED



C3500

2113946J03

10.0uF

C3530

2113944A44

220pF

C4017

2113944A44

220pF

C4053

NOT PLACED



C3501

2113945G91

0.1uF

C3531

2113944A44

220pF

C4018

2113944A44

220pF

C4055

NOT PLACED



C3502

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3532

2113946S35

1.0uF

C4019

NOT PLACED



C4058

NOT PLACED



C3503

2113945A09

1000pF

C3533

2313960D07

10uF

C4020

NOT PLACED



C4059

NOT PLACED



C3504

2113945A09

1000pF

C3534

2313960D07

10uF

C4021

2113944A44

220pF

C4060

NOT PLACED



C3505

2113945A09

1000pF

C3535

2113946S35

1.0uF

C4022

2113944A44

220pF

C4061

NOT PLACED



C3506

2314030F30

47uF

C3536

2314030M51

10uF

C4023

2113944A44

220pF

C4062

NOT PLACED



C3507

2113945A11

2200pF

C3538

2113945B02

0.01uF

C4024

2113944A44

220pF

C4063

2113944A44

220pF

C3508

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3539

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C4025

2113944A44

220pF

C4064

2113944A44

220pF

C3509

2313960D07

10uF

C3540

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C4026

2113944A44

220pF

C4065

2113944A44

220pF

C3510

2113945A03

330pF

C3541

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C4027

2113944A44

220pF

C4066

2113944A44

220pF

C3511

2113944A40

100pF

C3542

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C4028

2113944A44

220pF

C4067

2113944A44

220pF

C3512

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3543

2113946S35

1.0uF

C4029

2113944A44

220pF

C4068

2113944A44

220pF

C3513

2113944A40

100pF

C3544

2113946S35

1.0uF

C4030

2113944A44

220pF

C4069

2113944A44

220pF

C3514

2113944A44

220pF

C3545

2113944A44

220pF

C4031

2113944A44

220pF

C4070

2113944A44

220pF

C3515

2113944A44

220pF

C4000

NOT PLACED



C4032

2113944A44

220pF

C4071

NOT PLACED



C3516

2113946S35

1.0uF

C4001

NOT PLACED



C4033

2113944A44

220pF

C4072

NOT PLACED



C3517

2314030M51

10uF

C4002

NOT PLACED



C4034

2113945A03

330pF

C4073

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3518

2113946S35

1.0uF

C4003

NOT PLACED



C4035

2113945A03

330pF

C4074

NOT PLACED



Controller R1 Schematic Diagrams

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

3-13

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

C4075

NOT PLACED



E4004

2409134J25

FERRITE BEAD

Q3503

4815272H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1026

0613952R17

47K

C4076

NOT PLACED



E4005

2409134J25

FERRITE BEAD

Q3504

4815272H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1027

NOT PLACED



C4084

2113945Y02

0.10uF

J2500

NOT PLACED



Q3505

4815272H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1028

0613952R66

0

C4085

2113944A44

220pF

J3000

0905902V09

Q4000

4815263H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1034

0613952R01

10K

C4086

NOT PLACED



DC POWER CONNECTOR

Q4001

4815263H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1035

NOT PLACED



J4000

0916017H01

26-PIN ACCESSORY CONNECTOR

Q4002

4815261H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1036

0613952R01

10K

J4001

0915555H01

30-PIN CONTROL HEAD CONNECTOR

Q4003

4815263H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1041

0613952Q73

1K

Q4004

4815261H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1044

0613952R66

0

C4087

NOT PLACED



C4088

NOT PLACED



C4089

NOT PLACED



C4090

NOT PLACED



J4002

NOT PLACED



Q4005

4815263H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1045

0613952R01

10K

D3030

4813978P07

DIODE, SWITCHING

J4003

0915556H01

14-PIN OPTION BOARD CONNECTOR

Q4006

4815263H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1046

NOT PLACED



D3040

4813978P07

DIODE, SWITCHING

L3200

2415005H02

22uH

Q4007

4815263H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1047

0613952R66

0

D3200

4813978C02

DIODE, SWITCHING

L3201

2415005H02

22uH

Q4008

4815261H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1048

0613952R66

0

D4000

4866544A01

DIODE, DUAL

L3202

2415005H02

22uH

Q4009

4815263H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1054

0613952Q89

4.7K

D4001

4866544A01

DIODE, DUAL

Q3030

4813973M07

NPN

Q4010

4815261H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1060

0613952Q25

10

E2500

2480675U01

FERRITE BEAD

Q3032

4813973B01

NPN

Q4011

4815263H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1066

NOT PLACED



E3000

2485011Y01

FERRITE BEAD

Q3040

4813973M07

NPN

Q4012

4815261H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1067

NOT PLACED



E3201

2480675U01

FERRITE BEAD

Q3041

4815263H01

ANALOG SWITCH

Q4013

4816023H01

PNP

R1070

0613952R66

0

E3202

2480675U01

FERRITE BEAD

Q3200

5185956E76

Q4014

4813973A06

NPN

R1071

0613952R17

47K

E3203

2480675U01

FERRITE BEAD

N-CHANNEL SYNCHRONOUS MOSFET

Q4015

4815263H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1072

NOT PLACED



E3205

2480675U01

FERRITE BEAD

Q3201

4813970A62

P-CHANNEL MOSFET

R1000

0613952Q25

10

R2000

0613952R01

10K

E3206

2480675U01

FERRITE BEAD

Q3202

5185956E76

R1001

0613952R01

10K

R2004

0613952R66

0

E3208

2480675U01

FERRITE BEAD

N-CHANNEL SYNCHRONOUS MOSFET

R1002

0613952J73

10MEG

R2005

0613952R01

10K

Q3203

4805585Q23

PMOS FET

R1005

0613952Q89

4.7K

R2006

0613952R01

10K

Q3204

4805585Q23

PMOS FET

R1006

0613952R01

10K

R2007

0613952R01

10K

Q3205

4815262H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1014

0613952R66

0

R2008

0613952R01

10K

Q3206

4815272H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1017

0613952R01

10K

R2009

0613952R01

10K

Q3207

4813970A62

P-CHANNEL MOSFET

R1019

0613952Q18

5.1

R2010

0613952R01

10K

Q3208

4815261H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1020

0613952R66

0

R2011

0613952R66

0

Q3500

4815261H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1021

0613952R66

0

R2012

0613952R01

10K

Q3501

4815272H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1025

0613952R01

10K

R2013

0613952R01

10K

Q3502

4815272H01

ANALOG SWITCH

E3500 E3501 E3502 E3503 E4000 E4001 E4002 E4003

2485011Y01 2485011Y01 2485011Y01 2485011Y01 2485011Y01 7686949J14 7686949J14 2409134J25

FERRITE BEAD FERRITE BEAD FERRITE BEAD FERRITE BEAD FERRITE BEAD FERRITE BEAD FERRITE BEAD FERRITE BEAD

Controller R1 Schematic Diagrams

3-14

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

R2500

0613952R66

0

R3004

0613952L73

562

R3055

0615871H01

0.1

R3239

0613952H25

10

R2501

0613952R66

0

R3005

0613952Q81

2.2K

R3056

0615871H01

0.1

R3240

0613952R17

47K

R2502

0613952R66

0

R3006

0613952Q57

220

R3057

0613952R66

0

R3241

0613952Q18

5.1

R2504

0613952R66

0

R3007

0613952N58

39.2K

R3200

0615871H01

0.1

R3243

0613952Q18

5.1

R2506

0613952R66

0

R3008

0613952N12

13K

R3201

0613952R66

0

R3245

0613952G67

0

R2507

0613952R66

0

R3009

0613952N58

39.2K

R3203

0615871H01

0.1

R3246

0613952M81

6.81K

R2508

0613952R66

0

R3010

0613952N12

13K

R3204

0615871H01

0.1

R3247

0613952N69

51.1K

R2509

0613952R66

0

R3030

0613952R01

10K

R3205

0613952R25

100K

R3248

0613952R01

10K

R2510

0613952R66

0

R3032

0615871H01

0.1

R3206

0613952R66

0

R3500

0613952Q35

27

R2511

0613952R66

0

R3033

0615871H01

0.1

R3207

0686135Z02

0.2

R3501

0613952Q35

27

R2512

0613952R66

0

R3034

0613952H61

330

R3208

0686135Z02

0.2

R3502

0613952R01

10K

R2513

0613952R66

0

R3035

0613952H25

10

R3209

0613952N62

43.2K

R3503

NOT PLACED



R2514

0613952R66

0

R3036

0613952H25

10

R3210

0613952N16

14.3K

R3504

NOT PLACED



R2515

0613952R66

0

R3037

0613959G61

330

R3215

0613952G67

0

R3505

NOT PLACED



R2516

0613952R66

0

R3038

NOT PLACED



R3216

0613952G67

0

R3506

0613952R01

10K

R2517

0613952R66

0

R3039

0613952M30

2K

R3217

NOT PLACED



R3507

0613952R66

0

R2518

0613952R66

0

R3040

0613952M43

2.74K

R3218

0613952R66

0

R3508

0613952R66

0

R2519

0613952R66

0

R3041

0613952R25

100K

R3219

0613952R56

2MEG

R3509

0613952R66

0

R2520

0613952R66

0

R3042

0613952H69

680

R3220

0613952R56

2MEG

R3510

0613952Q35

27

R2521

0613952R66

0

R3043

0613952H69

680

R3222

0613952R33

220K

R3511

0613952R01

10K

R2522

0613952R66

0

R3044

0613958S61

330

R3223

0613952R33

220K

R3512

0613952Q35

27

R2523

0613952R66

0

R3045

0613952M30

2K

R3224

0613952Q89

4.7K

R3513

0613952R66

0

R2524

0613952R66

0

R3046

0613952M43

2.74K

R3225

NOT PLACED



R3514

0613952R01

10K

R2525

0613952R66

0

R3047

0613952R25

100K

R3226

0613952R13

33K

R3515

0613952R01

10K

R2526

0613952R66

0

R3048

0613952Q73

1K

R3227

NOT PLACED



R3516

0613952R10

24K

R2527

0613952R66

0

R3050

0613959Q53

150

R3228

0613952G67

0

R3520

0613952R10

24K

R2528

0613952R66

0

R3051

0613952G67

0

R3233

0613952R66

0

R3521

0613952R05

15K

R2529

0613952R01

10K

R3052

0613952G67

0

R3236

0613952Q73

1K

R3523

0613952R10

24K

R3002

0613952R01

10K

R3053

0613952R66

0

R3237

0613952R01

10K

R3524

0613952Q67

560

R3003

0613952M54

3.57K

R3054

0613952R66

0

R3238

0613952H25

10

R3525

0613952R25

100K

Controller R1 Schematic Diagrams

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

3-15

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

R3526

0613952R66

0

R3572

0613952R01

10K

R4009

0613952Q42

51

R4067

0613952Q37

33

R3528

0613952R09

22K

R3573

0613952R01

10K

R4010

0613952Q42

51

R4068

0613952Q37

33

R3529

0613952Q42

51

R3574

0613952R01

10K

R4011

0613952R66

0

R4069

0613952Q37

33

R3530

NOT PLACED



R3575

0613952Q73

1K

R4012

0613952R66

0

R4070

0613952Q37

33

R3532

0613952Q49

100

R3576

0613952Q49

100

R4023

0613952Q75

1.2K

R4071

0613952R66

0

R3533

0613952R10

24K

R3577

0613952N42

26.7K

R4030

NOT PLACED



R4074

0613952R66

0

R3534

0613952R01

10K

R3578

0613952R32

200K

R4031

0613952R01

10K

R4076

0613952R66

0

R3535

0613952Q67

560

R3579

0613952R01

10K

R4032

0613952R01

10K

R4078

0613952R66

0

R3536

0613952R25

100K

R3580

0613952R01

10K

R4033

NOT PLACED



R4079

0613952R01

10K

R3537

0613952R66

0

R3581

0613952R01

10K

R4034

0613952R01

10K

R4080

0613952R66

0

R3538

0613952R15

39K

R3582

0613952N21

16.2K

R4035

0613952R01

10K

R4081

0613952R66

0

R3539

0613952R10

24K

R3583

0613952N21

16.2K

R4040

0613952Q89

4.7K

R4082

0613952R66

0

R3540

0613952Q49

100

R3584

0613952R09

22K

R4041

0613952Q89

4.7K

R4083

0613952R66

0

R3541

0613952R10

24K

R3585

0613952R09

22K

R4042

0613952Q89

4.7K

R4084

0613952R66

0

R3542

0613952R10

24K

R3586

0613952R66

0

R4043

0613952Q89

4.7K

R4085

0613952R66

0

R3544

0613952R10

24K

R3587

NOT PLACED



R4044

NOT PLACED



R4086

NOT PLACED



R3545

0613952Q49

100

R3588

0613952N69

51.1K

R4045

0613952Q89

4.7K

R4088

0613952R01

10K

R3546

0613952R05

15K

R3591

0613952Q81

2.2K

R4046

0613952Q89

4.7K

R4089

0613952R17

47K

R3547

0613952Q67

560

R3592

0613952Q81

2.2K

R4047

0613952Q89

4.7K

R4090

NOT PLACED



R3548

0613952J25

100K

R3593

0613952R32

200K

R4048

0613952Q77

1.5K

R4093

NOT PLACED



R3549

0613952R12

30K

R3594

0613952Q85

3.3K

R4049

0613958H83

2.7K

R4094

NOT PLACED



R3550

0613952R23

82K

R3595

0613952R01

10K

R4050

0613952R01

10K

R4095

NOT PLACED



R3558

0613952R01

10K

R3596

0613952H53

150

R4051

0613952R39

390K

R4096

NOT PLACED



R3559

0613952R01

10K

R4000

0613952Q37

33

R4054

0613952R01

10K

R4097

NOT PLACED



R3560

0613952R17

47K

R4001

0613952Q37

33

R4055

0613952R01

10K

R4098

0613952Q89

4.7K

R3561

0613952R66

0

R4002

0613952Q37

33

R4061

0613952Q37

33

R4099

NOT PLACED



R3562

0613952R66

0

R4003

0613952Q37

33

R4063

0613952Q37

33

R4100

0613952Q75

1.2K

R3563

0613952R66

0

R4004

0613952Q37

33

R4064

0613952Q37

33

R4101

0613952Q75

1.2K

R3569

0613952Q73

1K

R4005

0613952Q37

33

R4065

0613952Q37

33

R4103

0613952Q75

1.2K

R3571

0613952Q80

2K

R4006

0613952Q65

470

R4066

0613952Q37

33

R4105

NOT PLACED



Controller R1 Schematic Diagrams

3-16

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

R4106

NOT PLACED



U4004

NOT PLACED



RT3500

0615471H01

THERMISTOR, 10K

U4005

NOT PLACED



U1000

5102495J13

MICROPROCESSOR

U4006

NOT PLACED



U1006

5115001H02

IC, DUAL UNBUFFERED INVERTER

U4007

NOT PLACED



U4008

NOT PLACED



U2000

0104024J27

IC, 8MB FLASH

VR3000

4813979C17

U2001

5171614M01

IC, 16MB SDRAM

TRANSIENT SUPPRESSOR

U3001

5164015H94

VOLTAGE REGULATOR

VR3040

4813977M10

DIODE, 5.1V ZENER

U3002

5115391H01

VOLTAGE REGULATOR

VR3200

4813977M10

DIODE, 5.1V ZENER

U3003

5164015H94

VOLTAGE REGULATOR

VR3201

4813977M05

DIODE, 3.3V ZENER

U3004

5115391H01

VOLTAGE REGULATOR

VR3202

4813977M05

DIODE, 3.3V ZENER

U3005

0105959T72

PNP

VR3203

4813977M05

DIODE, 3.3V ZENER

U3006

0105959T72

PNP

VR3204

4813977M13

DIODE, 6.2V ZENER

U3030

5116525H01

DUAL OPAMP

VR3205

4813977M05

DIODE, 3.3V ZENER

U3040

0105959T72

PNP

VR3206

4813977M13

DIODE, 6.2V ZENER

U3200

5185143E77

IC, POWER MANAGEMENT

VR3207

4813977M13

DIODE, 6.2V ZENER

VR3208

4813977M13

DIODE, 6.2V ZENER

U3201

5115616H01

VOLTAGE REGULATOR

VR3502

4813977A48

DIODE, 20V ZENER

U3202

5115453H01

DUAL OPAMP

VR3503

4813977A48

DIODE, 20V ZENER

U3203

5114007A43

IC, SCHMITT TRIGGER

VR3504

4813977A48

DIODE, 20V ZENER

U3500

5102463J95

AUDIO PA

VR4000

4813977A48

DIODE, 20V ZENER

U3501

5115368H01

DIGITAL ATTENUATOR

VR4001

4813977A48

DIODE, 20V ZENER

U3502

5114016A18

QUAD OPAMP

VR4002

4813977A48

DIODE, 20V ZENER

U3503

5164852H47

IC, LEVEL TRANSLATOR

VR4003

4813977A48

DIODE, 20V ZENER

U3504

5171395L01

IC, CMOS SWITCH

VR4004

4813977A48

DIODE, 20V ZENER

U3505

5114016A18

QUAD OPAMP

VR4005

4813977M13

DIODE, 6.2V ZENER

U3508

5164852H47

IC, LEVEL TRANSLATOR

VR4006

4813977M13

DIODE, 6.2V ZENER

VR4007

NOT PLACED



VR4008

NOT PLACED



Y1000

4809612J45

12MHZ CRYSTAL

Y3200

4815028H01

24.576MHZ CRYSTAL

U4000

5115476H01

IC, SERIAL-TO-PARALLEL CONVERTER

U4001

5115502H01

LOGIC TRANSLATOR

Circuit Ref Y3201

Motorola Part No 4802582S80

Description 32KHZ CRYSTAL

Controller R2 Schematic Diagrams

Controller R2 Schematic Diagrams PERIPHERALS ( 1 SHEET)

REAR ACCESSORY

OPTION BOARD INTERFACE

CONTROL HEAD

REPEATER INTERFACE

VOLUME_1 VOLUME_2 SERIAL_CLK SERIAL_DATA LED_CS DISPLAY_CS DISPLAY_CMD RESET

KEYPAD_ROW_0 KEYPAD_ROW_1 KEYPAD_ROW_2 KEYPAD_ROW_3 KEYPAD_COL_0 KEYPAD_COL_1 KEYPAD_COL_2

INT_SPKRINT_SPKR+ MIC_GROUND

GPIO_0_PWR_ON GPIO_1_USB1_DP GPIO_2_USB1_DM GPIO_3_PTT GPIO_4_HOOK ONE_WIRE_1 VBUS1 HANDSET_AUDIO INT_MIC+

9V3 ON_OFF_SW

SYSTEM_SYNC McBSP3_CLKX McBSP3_DX McBSP3_DR McBSP3_FSX DIR_CTRL ARMIO_6 RTC_BATTERY

OPT_BRD_PTT RESET_OUT

SSI_DATA_OUT SSI_DATA_IN SSI_CLK SSI_FSYNC

SW_9V3 OPT_GPIO_1 OPT_GPIO_2

3.3V PROGM_IO_CS 1V8

GP5_1_PTT GP5_2_MONITOR GP5_3_CHAN_ACTIVITY GP5_6_TxDc_BUS+ GP5_7_RxDc_BUSGP5_8_CTSs_RESET

GP5_4_EMERGENCY GP5_5_IGNITION_SENSE

PUB_ADDRESS_1_EN PUB_ADDRESS_2_EN PUB_ADDRESS_1 PUB_ADDRESS_2

USB2_DM USB2_DP VBUS2 ONE_WIRE_2

EXT_SPKR+ EXT_SPKREXT_MIC+ RX_AUDIO

EXT_SWB+

5V

MMP

5V

R2508

0

RESET_OUT

C2500 220pF

NC

9V3

2.775V_V4

R2504

0

LO_BATTERY_DET PA_TEMP RX_FLTR_VCTRL PA_BIAS TX_DAC

0

2.775V_ANA_V7 2.9V_DIG_V6

1 1 E2500 BLM21PG300SN1

3.6V_DIG_VSW1 5V 5V_SW RAW_B+ 9V3_PA

MAKO_AUDIO_DC ( DC SUPPLY: SHEET 1) ( MAKO POWER MANAGEMENT : SHEET 2) ( MAKO AUDIO_DIGITAL_USB/RS232 : SHEET 3)

NC

NC

16.8_MHZ_BUFF 32KHZ_GPS ANT_CURRENT_DET 0 0

1.875V_V2 2.775V_V4

MMP_GPIO1_INPUT MMP_GPIO2_INPUT ONE_WIRE_UP POR GATED_32KHZ_OMAP

MAKO_INT MAKO_OPT_INT MAKO_AD_TRIGGER MAKO_OPT_GPIO0 MAKO_OPT_GPIO2 MAKO_OPT_GPIO3 ARMIO_12 GPIO_5 AUDIO_PA_ENA EXT_MIC_ENA GPIO_27 I2C_DATA I2C_CLK

MICROCONTROLLER (OMAP 1710: SHEET 1) (MEMORY: SHEET 2)

GPIO_40 RX_CLK RX_DATA RX_FSYNC TX_CLK TX_DATA TX_FSYNC

DEEP_SLEEP DMCS ADAPT_SW LOCK_DETECT ANT_EN GPIO_60 GPIO_15 (RED_LED / RX_ATTN_1)

USB1_TXEN USB1_DAT USB1_SE0 USB0_TXEN USB0_DAT USB0_SE0 USB_INT OPT_GPIO_2 OPT_GPIO_1 RS232_TX RS232_RX

GPS_BOOT_SELECT GPS_TX_LS GPS_RX_LS GPS_ON_OFF_LS GPS_RESET_LS

SPI_CLK_1

SPI_MOSI_1

SPI_MISO_1

1 1 1

GPIO_30 GPIO_31 SERIAL_CLK SERIAL_DATA LED_CS DISPLAY_CS MOBILE_DISPLAY_CMD RESET_OUT

KEYPAD_ROW0 KEYPAD_ROW1 KEYPAD_ROW2 KEYPAD_ROW3 KEYPAD_COL0 KEYPAD_COL1 KEYPAD_COL2 KEYPAD_COL3

McBSP3_CLK McBSP3_DX McBSP3_DR McBSP3_FSX DIR_CTRL ARMIO_6

GPIO_3 GPIO_26

PTT GPIO_32 GPIO_33 ARMIO_15 ARMIO_3 GP5_8

SPI_CLK SPI_MOSI SPI_MISO ABACUS3_CE THK_CE

GPIO_25 GPIO_18

MAKO_GPIO_RX ARMIO_2 ONE_WIRE_UP POR GATED_32KHZ_OMAP

1.875V_V2

R2529 10K

MAKO_TX MAKO_RX MAKO_DCLK MAKO_FSYNC

LOW_LEVEL_MUTE AUDIO_PA_ENA EXT_MIC_ENA PUB_ADDRESS_MIC_EN I2C_DATA I2C_CLK

RS232_TX RS232_RX

MAKO_CE

(SW1 / VOL_A) (SW2 / VOL_B)

(Active HIGH)

(SW4 / MONITOR) (SW8 / CHANNEL_ACT) (KEYPAD_ROW4 / GP5_6) (BL_EN / GP5_7)

RTC_BATTERY ON_OFF_MECH GPIO_0_PWR_ON USB1_DP USB1_DM GPIO_3_PTT GPIO_4_HOOK ONE_WIRE_1 VBUS1 HANDSET_AUDIO INT_MIC+

GP5_4_EMERGENCY GP5_5_IGNITION_SENSE

PUB_ADDRESS_1_EN PUB_ADDRESS_2_EN PUB_ADDRESS_1 PUB_ADDRESS_2

SPI_MISO_MAKO

MAKO_INT MAKO_OPT_INT MAKO_AD_TRIGGER MAKO_OPT_GPIO0 MAKO_OPT_GPIO2 MAKO_OPT_GPIO3

USB1_TXEN USB1_DAT USB1_SE0 USB0_TXEN USB0_DAT USB0_SE0 USB_INT

R2506 R2507

SPI_MOSI_MAKO

MAKO_TX MAKO_RX MAKO_DCLK MAKO_FSYNC

C2501 1500pF

1.875V_DIG_V2 2.775V_DIG_V4

SPI_CLK_MAKO

JTAG_TDO JTAG_TMS JTAG_TDI JTAG_TCK JTAG_NTRST JTAG_NEMU1 JTAG_NEMU0 JTAG_RTCK

3.6V_MAKO_SW1 5V 5V_SW 5V_SW RAW_B+ 9V3_PA

0 0

SPI_CLK SPI_MOSI SPI_MISO MAKO_CE

OMAP_CORE_LDO 1.875V_DIG_V2 2.775V_DIG_V4 3.3V_DIG_V10

R2521 R2522 R2523

0 0 0

R2524 R2525 R2526 R2572 R2528

0 0 0 0 0

R2509 R2510 R2511 R2512 R2513 R2514

0 0 0 0 0 0

R2515 R2516 R2517 R2518 R2519 R2520

0 0 0 0 0 0

SPI_MISO_MAKO SPI_MOSI_MAKO SPI_CLK_MAKO SPI_CLK (6.0 MHz) SPI_MOSI SPI_MISO ABACUS3_CS (Active LOW) THK_CS (Active LOW) RX_SSI_SYNCB RX_SSI_CLK (1.20 MHz) RX_SSI_DATA RX_SSI_FSYNC (20.0 KHz) TX_SSI_CLK (4.20 MHz) TX_SSI_DATA TX_SSI_FSYNC (84.0 KHz)

PREDRIVE_SW DMCS ADAPT_SW LOCK_DETECT ANT_ENABLE PC_ATTEN_ENA RF_ATTN_2

5V 5V_SW

2.775V_V4 1.875V_V2

GPS_BOOT_SEL GPS_RX_LS GPS_TX_LS GPS_ON_OFF_LS GPS_RESET_LS GPS_5V 5V_ACTIVE_ANT ANT_CURRENT 32KHZ_GPS 16.8MHz VCONT 1.875V

GPS

( SHEET 1)

NC

2.775V_ANA_V7 2.9V_MAKO_V6

R2500 R2501 R2502

SW_9V3 OMAP_CORE_LDO 1.875V_DIG_V2 2.775V_DIG_V4 3.3V_DIG_V10

16.8_MHZ_BUFF 32KHZ_CLK

LO_BATTERY_DET PA_TEMP RX_FLTR_VCTRL PA_BIAS TX_DAC

USB2_DM USB2_DP VBUS2 ONE_WIRE_2

SPKR+ SPKREXT_MIC+ RX_AUDIO MIC_GROUND

1.875V_V2

EXT_SWB+ 9V3

3.0

3-17

16.8_MHZ_BUFF 16.8_GPS J2500-20 J2500-14 J2500-12 J2500-10 J2500-16 J2500-6 J2500-8 J2500-18 J2500-1 J2500-2 J2500-3 J2500-4 J2500-5 J2500-7 J2500-9 J2500-11 J2500-13 J2500-15 J2500-17 J2500-19

Controller - GPS Schematic Diagram

Controller R2 Schematic Diagrams

3-18

VBAT

13.6V (NOMINAL)

1

J3000-1

RAW_B+ (TO TX PA)

1 VBAT_GROUND VR3000

C3015 47pF

C3000 470pF E3000

1

J3000-2

U3040,U3005,U3006 change to 4813971D34

2

UNSWB+ (TO AUDIO PA)

9.3V

R3055 0.1

C3002 10uF

U3006 2 3 G1

R3032 0.1

9V3_PA (TO PA DRIVER ONLY)

R3056 0.1

1 D3030

U3005 2

C3021 0.1uF

C3020 33uF

3 G1

R3033 0.1

R3039 2K 1%

1 R3057 0

C3019 470pF R3034 330

C3030 .01uF

R3053 0

R3035 10

NC

R3037 330

R3036 10

R3040 2.74K 1%

C3018 10uF

NC

8

R3051 0

Q3032

2 R3041 100K

1 3 4

NC

U3030-1

This cap only use to support DC connector during reflow.

C3032 .01uF

C3031 0.1uF

R3038 150 NU

R3050 150

R3030 10K

Q3030

R3002 10K

9.3V U3040 2 3

9V3_CNTRL (TO MAKO)

G1

R3042 680

1 R3043 680

R3045 2K 1%

D3040

R3052 0

R3007 39.2K 1%

C3044 0.1uF

C3043 33uF

C3016 100pF

R3046 2.74K 1%

C3041 .01uF

R3054 0

R3008 13K 1%

Q3040

C3017 1000pF

R3048 1K

6 4

8

3

6

7

FB NP

VOUT

1

5V (TO GPS & PERIPHERAL BLOCKS)

VCONT VIN

5

5 U3030-2

5V

U3004 TK11100CSC 2

GND

C3040 470pF

C3011 1.0uF

5V

4

R3044 330

R3047 100K C3042 .01uF

NC VR3040

9.3V VOUT

5 1

9V3 (TO SYNTH, VCO, RX FE, PWR CNTRL,CONTROLHEAD)

C3046 0.10uF C3006 33uF

C3007 0.1uF

6

U3001 LM2941

3

C3005 470pF

ADJ

R3009 39.2K 1%

C3045 33uF NU

R3003 3.57K 1%

9V3

C3009 0.10uF

R3004 562 1%

R3010 13K 1% C3008 1000pF

5V

U3002 TK11100CSC 2 6 4

NP

VOUT

1

5V_SW

(TO RX BACKEND, SYNTH,GPS ANTENNA)

VCONT VIN

5

3

FB

GND

VIN ON_OFF

GND1

2

GND2

4

C3010 1.0uF

5V_SW

13.6V

OFF: 4.8V MAKO_ON_OFF_CONTROL

Q3041 47K

Controller DC Supply Schematic Diagram

ON_OFF

6

U3003 LM2941

ON: 0V

VOUT

3

C3012 470pF

47K

VIN

GND1

2

GND2

4

ADJ

5

EXT_SWB+ ( TO REAR ACCESSORY)

1

R3006 220 5%

R3005 2.2K 5%

C3013 22uF

C3014 0.1uF

Controller R2 Schematic Diagrams

3-19

C3282 4.7uF

R3219 2MEG

R3220 2MEG

1.875V_V2_MAKO

SW_9V3 5

VSAVE

B1

4 IN

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

SW1_VDDHV

SW1_VOUT

C1 F3 D1 D3 B2 G4 E2 F4

0

E4

ON_OFF_MECH

B3

VSAVE

B4

GP5_5_IGNITION_SENSE

C5

POR

F5 1

D5

MAKO_INT

A12 A13 M1

REG_3V6

V06_O

BAT_TYPE

V07_O

HV_BG

V09_O

FET_ENX

V10_I

EMERG_PB

V10_O

MECH_SW

V10_GND

SW_TYPE

V08_I

IGN_X

V08_O

RESETX

VBUS_SUPPLY

GATED_32K_CLK

VBUS1_CMD

XOUT

VBUS1

XIN

VBUS2_SENS

TCXO_SEL_16_24

VBUS2_CMD

TCXO_IN

R3247 51.1K 1%

R3215 0

R3246 6.81K 1%

C3270 1.0uF

H12 J12

R3203

C3283

0.1

0.10uF SW_9V3

K14 J14

L3201

22uH

J13

C3206

R3243 5.1

22uF R3239 10

L14 D13 F13

R3204 0.1

E14

C3265 22uF

E13 G11 F12 VSW5

N4

1.875V_V2_MAKO

P4 N5

2.9V_V6_MAKO

P6

C3280 0.1uF

R3227 10K NU

R3217 0 NU

2.775V_V4_MAKO

P3

R3216 0

OMAP_CORE_LDO_1

C3277 C3266 1.0uF 2.2uF

C3281 0.1uF

ON: 5Vpk; 230 KHZ PWM OFF: 0.0Vpk

4 5 14

2.775V_V7_MAKO

L1 J10

3.6V_DIG_VSW1

M6

R3224 4.7K

C3234 2.2uF

3V_V9_MAKO 3.3V_V10_MAKO

L9 K3

C3209 0.10uF

R3225 0 NU

IN

Q3202 SI4724CY

SYNC_EN

D1A 1

CBOOT

15 S1A 16 S1B

D1B 2

SW_9V3

K4

5V_V8_MAKO

B13

VBUS1_CMD

E12

C3273 10pF NU

C14

R3207 0.2

VSW5

D2B 10 6 S2A

D2C 11

7 S2B

H10

Q3203 SI8401DB

1

F11

8 S2C

C3212 68uF

D2D 12

C13 D12

ON: 5.2V - 5.3V OFF: 0.0V

L3202 22uH

D2A 9

R3237 10K

ON: 4.75V to 5.25V (5.0V typical) OFF: 0.0V

GND9

GND8

GND7

4

NC

NC

F14

5

VBUS1 ( TO MMP)

D9

P5

ADJ

C3269 1.0uF

VBUS2 GND1

NC

M7

GND1

VBUS1_SENS

INT_X

1

4.7uF

C3213

5185143E77

C3215 33pF

2

GND2 4

Sine Wave Vpk-pk: 2.2V - 2.4V

Y3200 CX-101F

HOT1

HOT2

D4

V04_O

H5

0

24.576MHz

BAT_3V6

D14

MAKO_GATED_32KHz

V03_O

GND6

R3218

GP5_4_EMERGENCY

BAT_7V5

GND5

1000pF

V02_O

GND4

C3211

D2

SW5_VOUT

VSAVE

L4

2.2uF

SW5_PHASE

BAT_RTC

GND3

R3226 33K

C3210

XTAL32_IN

GND2

9V3_CNTRL 6

C2

SW5_SUMCOMP

K9

2.2uF

VSAVE

SW5_VSENSE XTAL32_OUT

J4

C3208

B1

G5

0.1uF

R3206 0

5 2

1

C3207

H13

VOUT

VIN2

GND

SW5_VDDHV RTC_BATTERY

NC

VIN1

3

SW2_VOUT SW5_VDD

4

3

ON: 5Vpk; 230 KHZ PWM OFF: 0.0Vpk

NC

4

SW2_LX SW2_GND

3

6

3

R3249 10K

G12

2

Q3206 EMD9FT2R

SW2_VCC SW2_VCCS

C3205 5.6pF

C3204 5.6pF

OMAP_CORE_LDO_1 1

H14

SW1_GND U3200-1 PWR_MNGR_BLOCK

32.768KHz 9V3_CNTRL

U3201 LP8340

R3245 0

2

SW1_DH

R3248 10K

G13

G14

SW1_PHASE 1

A2

J11

SW1_SUMCOMP_DL

2

Change R3246 to 0613952N12 (13K) for OMAP1610

D2D 12

H11

SW1_VSEN_BST

Y3201 XTAL

8 S2C

C3203 68uF

GND

PGLDO3

5V

3.6V_DIG_VSW1

D2C 11

3

PGLDO2

R3205 100K

3.6V_DIG_VSW1

1

SW_9V3

C3262 2.2uF

ON: 3.6V OFF: 0.0V

L3200 22uH

7 S2B

C3279 0.1uF

C3278 0.1uF

C3

SW1_VSEN_BUK

C3214 33pF

D1B 2

6 S2A

9V3_CNTRL

3

15 S1A

D2B 10

SW1_VDD

R3201

D1A 1

16 S1B

B14

47K

R3241 5.1

NC6

NC5

M5

NC4

P14

A14

A1

P1

NC3

SW_9V3

NC2

NC1

SW_9V3

9V3_CNTRL

MAKO_ON_OFF_CONTROL

C3202 0.10uF

D2A 9

Q3201 NTHS5441T1

D3200

NC

GND R3236 1K 0613952Q73

R3223 220K

Q3200

GND1

VR3200

4 IN 5 SYNC_EN 14 CBOOT

C3201 2.2uF

U3202-2 LMC6035ITLX

NC

C3261 220pF

DTA144EKAF Q3205

47K

UNSWB+

C3276 1.0uF

13

B3

A3

C3275 10.0uF

5114007A43

A1

NC

C3200 22uF

R3238 10

B1 A2

BATTERY_SENSE

R3210 14.3K 1%

R3200 0.1

32KHZ_GPS

VDD

R3233 0

R3209 43.2K

GATED_32KHZ_OMAP

U3203 NL17SZ14

13

R3222 220K

3

VSAVE

OUT

GND2

2

B3 U3202-1 LMC6035ITLX

1

C3274 220pF

7

C1 C3

VSAVE

VDD

C2

LO_BATTERY_DET

VCC

C3272 10pF

R3228 0

Q3207 NTHS5441T1

R3208 0.2

4

VBUS2_CMD 1

Q3204 SI8401DB 1

2

NC

R3240 47K

ON: 4.75V to 5.25V (5.0V typical) OFF: 0.0V

3

16.8_MHZ_BUFF

VBUS2 ( TO MAP )

3 10K 47K

C3216 4.7uF 2.775V_DIG_V4 2.775V_DIG_V4

OMAP_CORE_LDO

1.875V_DIG_V2

2.775V_ANA_V7

2.9V_DIG_V6 2.9V_DIG_V6

3.3V_DIG_V10 3.3V_DIG_V10

USB_CONNECT

Q3208 DTC114YKAF 1

1.875V_DIG_V2

2

FROM MAKO USB_CONNECT (L6) OFF: 0V (DEFAULT) ON: 3.3V (MAKO V10)

E3203 C3220 0.10uF

C3221 220pF

C3240 100pF

E3206

E3205 C3222 0.10uF

C3225 220pF

C3226 0.10uF

E3208 C3228 0.10uF

C3227 220pF

C3231 220pF

C3232 0.10uF

5V_V8_MAKO MAKO_V8_5V

MAKO_V9_3V

VR3204

VR3203 NC

C3243 1.0uF

NC

C3247 10uF

C3248 1.0uF

VR3207

VR3205 C3249 100pF

NC

C3252 1.0uF

NC

C3257 1.0uF

5V_V8_MAKO

C3239 2.2uF

3.3V_V10_MAKO

C3238 10uF

2.775V_V7_MAKO

NC

2.9V_V6_MAKO

C3237 2.2uF

OMAP_CORE_LDO_1

1.875V_V2_MAKO

VR3202 VR3201 NC

C3229 220pF

C3254 2.2uF

VR3206 NC

3V_V9_MAKO

1

C3219 220pF

2.775V_V4_MAKO

E3202 C3218 0.10uF

1

E3201 C3217 220pF

C3233 220pF

C3260 1.0uF

VR3208 NC

Controller DC Distribution Schematic Diagram

Controller R2 Schematic Diagrams

3-20

CONTROL HEAD INTERFACE

MOBILE REPEATER: NOT_USED MOBILE SUBSCRIBER: 33 OHM RESET

VBUS1

MMP_1_WIRE

USB1_DP

1

1

I/O History P1 0102726B32

C4000 C4001 C4002 C4003 C4004 C4005 C4006 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF NU NU NU NU NU NU

C4013 220pF

J4001_9 E4000

NC

3.3V

USB1_DM

1

1V8

1

5V 5V

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

9V3 1V8

1V8

RESET DISPLAY_CMD DISPLAY_CS SERIAL_DATA SERIAL_CLK LED_CS ON_OFF_SW KEYPAD_ROW_0 KEYPAD_ROW_1 KEYPAD_ROW_2 KEYPAD_ROW_3 KEYPAD_COL_0 KEYPAD_COL_1 KEYPAD_COL_2 VOLUME_1 VOLUME_2 HANDSET_AUDIO INT_SPKR+ INT_SPKR-

R4000 R4001 R4002 R4003 R4004 R4005

33 33 33 33 33 33

R4061 R4063 R4064 R4065 R4066 R4067 R4068 R4069 R4070 R4071

33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 0

470

R4006

GPIO_0_PWR_ON GPIO_1_USB1_DP GPIO_2_USB1_DM GPIO_3_PTT GPIO_4_HOOK VBUS1 ONE_WIRE_1 MIC_GROUND INT_MIC+

E4003

R4009 R4010

51 51 BLM21PG221SN1

E4001 E4004

BK1005HM471 R4012

0

J4001-1 J4001-2 J4001-3 J4001-4 J4001-5 J4001-6 J4001-7 J4001-8 J4001-9 J4001-10 J4001-11 J4001-12 J4001-13 J4001-14 J4001-15 J4001-16 J4001-17 J4001-18 J4001-19 J4001-20 J4001-21 J4001-22 J4001-23 J4001-24 J4001-25 J4001-26 J4001-27 J4001-28 J4001-29 J4001-30

PCB 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

J4001 FRONT VIEW

2 4 6 8 10 12

C4014 C4015 C4016 C4017 C4018 C4019 C4020 C4021 C4022 C4023 C4024 C4025 C4026 C4027 C4028 C4029 C4030 C4031 C4032 C4033 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF

A2 5 2 A1

A2 5 2 A1

4

NU

5.6V VR4007 NU

5.6V VR4008 NU

R4101 1.2K

OPTION BOARD INTERFACE

WD_RESET

7

R4086 0 NU

OPT_SSI_SYNC C4059 220pF NU

1

Y_1 Y_2 Y_3 Y_4 Y_5 Y_6

NU

R4011 0 C4076 220pF NU

1

14 VCC

A_1 A_2 A_3 A_4 A_5 A_6

GND

1 3 5 9 11 13

SERIAL_DATA PROGM_IO_CS SERIAL_CLK RESET ARMIO_6

D4001

R4103 1.2K

R4023 1.2K

R4100 1.2K

U4001 SN74LVC07A

3

C4084 0.10uF

C4034 C4035 330pF 330pF

R4034 10K

2

C4085 220pF

SERIAL_CLK SERIAL_DATA

NC

R4079 10K

5V

1V8

4866544A01

1V8

K4 6 K3 4 K2 3 K1 1

K4 6 K3 4 K2 3 K1 1

5V

WD_RESET

MOBILE REPEATER: 0 OHM MOBILE SUBSCRIBER: NOT_USED

C4071 C4072 C4074 220pF 220pF 220pF NU NU NU

SW_9V3 SHARED_SYSTEM_SYNC SSI_FSYNC SSI_CLK

SER

U4000 SN74AHC594

R4090

RTC_BATTERY

8

0

SSI_DATA_OUT OPT_GPIO_1 OPT_GPIO_2 RESET_OUT OPT_BRD_PTT

MOBILE REPEATER: 0 OHM MOBILE SUBSCRIBER: NOT_USED

GND

VCC

NU

SSI_DATA_IN

0

R4074

0

R4076

0

R4078

0

R4080 R4081 R4082 R4083 R4085

0 0 0 0 0

C4049 C4051 220pF 220pF NU NU

C4053 C4055 220pF 220pF NU NU

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

J4003-1 J4003-2 J4003-3 J4003-4 J4003-5 J4003-6 J4003-7 J4003-8 J4003-9 J4003-10 J4003-11 J4003-12 J4003-13 J4003-14

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

PCB J4003 FRONT VIEW

QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH1 QH2

16

SRCLK RCLK SRCLR RCLR

5V

14

11 12 10 13

J4001_9

R4084

15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9

C4073 0.10uF

C4058 C4060 C4061 C4062 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF NU NU NU NU NC

PUB_ADDRESS_2_EN PUB_ADDRESS_1_EN

1V8

1V8

10K

10K R4055

1V8

NU R4054

10K R4033

1V8

R4032

NU

10K

1V8

R4031

R4030

1V8

GP5_8_CTSs_Reset GP5_7_RxDc_BUSGP5_6_TxDc_BUS+ GP5_5_IGNITION_SENSE

5V

5V

R4045 4.7K

R4044 4.7K

NU

GP5_1_PTT

47K

47K R4041 4.7K

VBUS2

47K

47K

47K

Q4001 DTC144EKAF 4815263H01

4866544A01

2

D4000

3

4

R4035 10K

Q4002 DTC114YKAF 4815261H01

VR4000 MMBZ20V

VR4005

4813977A48

5V

10K

R4043 4.7K

Q4008 DTC114YKAF 4815261H01

47K

2

47K

Q4010 DTC114YKAF 4815261H01

WD_RESET

C4040 220pF

2

2

10K

2

Q4015 DTC144EKAF 4815263H01

3 10K

47K

NC

1

Q4003 DTC144EKAF 4815263H01 3

3

3

C4041 220pF

C4042 220pF

Q4005 DTC144EKAF 4815263H01

VR4001 MMBZ20V

C4043 220pF

C4044 220pF

R4051 390K

VR4002

C4063 C4064 C4065 C4066 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF

3 3 2

1 Q4014 BCW65A

Q4012 DTC114YKAF 4815261H01

R4089 47K

10K

EXT_SPKREXT_SPKR+ EXT_SWB+ EXT_SWB+

R4050 10K

47K

VR4006 NC C4067 C4068 C4069 220pF 220pF 220pF

NC VR4004 MMBZ20V

VR4003 MMBZ20V

C4046 220pF

C4045 220pF

MMBZ20V

NU C4075 220pF

R4049 2.7K

47K

47K

47K Q4004 DTC114YKAF 4815261H01

R4088 10K

10K

4813977A48

USB2_DP USB2_DM

47K

4813977A48

Q4000 DTC144EKAF 4815263H01

VBUS2

47K

47K

1

47K

1

E4002 BLM21PG221SN1

1

1

1

47K

Q4013 BCW68GLT1G 4816023H01

47K Q4011 DTC144EKAF 4815263H01

Q4009 DTC144EKAF 4815263H01

Q4007 DTC144EKAF 4815263H01

Q4006 DTC144EKAF 5V 4815263H01

47K

R4048 1.5K

47K

47K 47K

47K

ONE_WIRE_2 PUB_ADDRESS_2 PUB_ADDRESS_1 EXT_MIC+ RX_AUDIO

4813977A48

USB2_DP USB2_DM

R4098 4.7K

R4042 4.7K

1

R4040 4.7K

E4005 BK1005HM471

EXT_SWB+

R4047 4.7K

R4046 4.7K

2

5V

5V

5V

1

GP5_2_MONITOR

5V

5V

4813977A48

5V MOBILE REPEATER: 0 OHM MOBILE SUBSCRIBER: NOT_USED

1

GP5_4_EMERGENCY GP5_3_CHAN_ACTIVITY

C4048 220pF

C4047 220pF

C4070 220pF

1 IGNITION_SENSE

ACCESSORY INTERFACE (26-PIN)

2

4

6

8

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

1

3

5

7

9

11

13

15

17

19

21

23

25

J4000 REAR VIEW

7 8

GROUND J4000-16 16

EXT_SWB+ J4000-7 POWER GROUND J4000-8

EXT_SPKR- J4000-9 9 EXT_SPKR+ J4000-10 10

15 13 11 14 12

6

MAP_ID_1 J4000-6

J4000-15 J4000-13 J4000-11 J4000-14 J4000-12

5

MAP_ID_2 J4000-5

AUX_AUDIO_OUT_2 AUX_AUDIO_OUT_1 TX_AUDIO RX_AUDIO AUDIO GROUND

PCB

VIP_1_(EXT ALARM) J4000-26 26

GP5_8 J4000-24 24

GP5_7 J4000-22 22

APM_1_WIRE

GP5_6 J4000-20 20

25

IGN_SENSE J4000-25

1

23

1

EMERG SW J4000-23

GP5_3_(CHAN_ACT) J4000-21 21

3

VBUS_MAP J4000-3

Controller Peripheral Schematic Diagram - (sheet 1 of 2)

GP5_2_(MONITOR) J4000-19 19

2 1

EMERGENCY

EXT_PTT

GP5_1_(EXT PTT) J4000-17 17

4

USB_DM_MAP J4000-2 USB_DP_MAP J4000-1

GROUND J4000-18 18

USB / MAP_ID_GROUND J4000-4

1

Controller R2 Schematic Diagrams

3-21

REPEATER CONNECTOR WD_RESET

1V8

1

McBSP3_DX

R4097

B2

3

PCB

4

5

6

7

8

9 10 11

J4002 FRONT VIEW

A2

C2

0

2

VCCB

VCCA

A1

C4086 0.10uF

C1 B

A GND

DIR

B1

SN74AVC1T45 U4004

1V8 C4087 0.10uF

A2 VCCB

VCCA

1

A1

TP4000

McBSP3_FSX

R4095

C2

0

B2

1V8

A

B

C1

GND

DIR

B1

SN74AVC1T45 U4005

R4105 10K

DIR_CTRL

R4099

1V8

0

1

J4002-1

2

J4002-2

3

J4002-3

4

J4002-4

5

J4002-5

6

J4002-6

7

J4002-7

8

J4002-8

9

J4002-9

10

J4002-10

11

J4002-11

C2

0

R4093

B2

A2

B

A

C4007 220pF

C4010 220pF

C4011 220pF

C4012 220pF

NU

NU

NU

NU

C1

DIR GND

McBSP3_CLKX

VCCB

VCCA

A1

C4088 0.10uF

B1

SN74AVC1T45 U4006

1V8

McBSP3_DR

R4096

VCCB

A2

VCCA

A1

C4089 0.10uF

C2

0

B2

C1 B

A GND

DIR

B1

SN74AVC1T45 U4007

1V8

SYSTEM_SYNC

R4094

0

C2 B2

VCCB

A2

VCCA

A1

C4090 0.10uF

B

A

C1

B1

GND

DIR SN74AVC1T45 U4008

R4106 10K

SHARED_SYSTEM_SYNC

Controller Peripheral Schematic Diagram (sheet 2 of 2)

Controller R2 Schematic Diagrams

2.775V_DIG_V4

ARMIO_12 (MOBILE ONLY) AUDIO_PA_ENA (MOBILE ONLY)

(GPIO_3 for PORTABLE-Green LED) (SPI.CS3 for MOBILE Shift Register Chip Select) ARMIO_6 DIR_CTRL GPIO_3

ARMIO_2

GPS_RESET_LS GPS_TX_LS GPS_RX_LS GPS_ON_OFF_LS GPS_BOOT_SELECT

0 R1047

R1071 47K

JTAG_NTRST JTAG_TCK JTAG_TMS JTAG_TDI JTAG_NEMU0 JTAG_NEMU1 JTAG_TDO JTAG_RTCK

2.775V_DIG_V4

JTAG

10K

Place for OMAP1710

OMAP1610 / 1710 GP DEVICE CONFIG 1.875V

DECOUPLING CAPACITORS

LARGEST REF R1034 10K

C1039

R1050

OMAP_CORE

U1008

Y1001

PLACE FOR GP DEVICE FAST BOOT R1035 0 DNP NU

1.875V

DVDD2

3.3V_DIG_V10

R1025

1.875V_DIG_V2

GPS

LED_CS SERIAL_CLK DISPLAY_CS SERIAL_DATA

1.875V

SERIAL FLASH SPI

1.875V_DIG_V2

MCBSP3_DX MCBSP3_DR MCBSP3_FSX MCBSP3_CLK

R1021 0

LED & Display CS: Active Low

PLACED FOR MOBILE ONY 1.875V R1017 10K ARMIO_3 (Used as BL_EN for PORTABLE, GP5_7 for MOBILE

Date rate: 20 of 8 bits packet per chip select

OMAP_CORE_LDO

(0.87mA/MHz for OMAP1710 & 1.06mA/MHz for OMAP1610) OMAP_CORE (1.4V for OMAP1710 & 1.55V for OMAP1610)

PTT

CLK rate: 1 MHz MCBSP3 R1020 0

ONE_WIRE_UP

GPIO_60 (Used as GREEN_LED for PORTABLE, PA_ENABLE for MOBILE) GPIO_15 (Used as RED_LED for PORTABLE, RX_ATTN_1 for MOBILE)

3-22

C1000 C1001 C1002 C1003 C1013 C1015 C1011 C1031 C1034 100pF 0.10uF 0.10uF 100pF 0.10uF 0.10uF 100pF 0.10uF 1.0uF

DELETED REF

C1035 2.2uF

1.875V

C1004 C1005 C1006 C1007 C1014 C1010 C1009 C1008 C1036 C1037 2.2uF

100pF 0.10uF 0.10uF100pF 0.10uF 0.10uF 0.10uF100pF 1.0uF

OMAP_CORE

OMAP_CORE

R1054 4.7K

1

DVDD2 LOCK_DETECT ANT_EN ADAPT_SW DMCS DEEP_SLEEP

R1066 10K NU

C1030 18pF

TP_MAKO_FSYNC

TP_MAKO_TX

1.875V

1

1

1

TP_MAKO_RX

TP_MAKO_DCLK

LDO_FILTER

R1067 4.7K NU

FREQ SWITCH

SDRAM_DATA(15:0) 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 N3 C12 D12 D13 C11 C13 D11 D14 C10 D8 C4 C7 D5 D7 C5 C6 D6 J18 J19 J14 K18 K19 K15 K14 L19 L18 L15 M19 M20 N21 N19 N18 N20 W8 Y8 M15 P19 P20 P18 M14 R19 R18 T20 T19 V8 N15 U19 V16 W17 AA17 R13 W11 W10 V10 R11

CX-91F Y1000 12MHz 3

1.0Vpkpk C1018 18pF

OUT GND1 4 2 GND

0 NU

TOMAHAWK SSI R1002 10MEG

IN 1

ABACUS3 SSI

TX_FSYNC TX_DATA TX_CLK RX_FSYNC RX_DATA RX_CLK

C1019 18pF

1.875V

FLASH FLASH_WAIT FLASH_CLK

R1046 0 NU

R1006 10K

15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

V3 T4 U3 U1 P8 T3 T2 R4 R3 R2 P7 P4 P2 N7 N2 N4

CLK_F SDATA_15 SDATA_14 SDATA_13 SDATA_12 SDATA_11 SDATA_10 SDATA_9 SDATA_8 SDATA_7 SDATA_6 SDATA_5 SDATA_4 SDATA_3 SDATA_2 SDATA_1 SDATA_0 CAM_D_7 CAM_D_6 CAM_D_5 CAM_D_4 CAM_D_3 CAM_D_2 CAM_D_1 CAM_D_0 CAM_VS CAM_HS CAM_RSTZ GPIO_15 GPIO_14 GPIO_13 GPIO_12 GPIO_11 GPIO_9 GPIO_8 GPIO_7 GPIO_6 GPIO_4 GPIO_3 GPIO_2 GPIO_1 GPIO_0 MPUIO_5 MPUIO_4 MPUIO_3 MPUIO_2 MPUIO_1 EMU0 EMU1 MSCI1_SYNC CLK32K_OUT MMC_DAT3 MMC_DAT2 MMC_DAT1 MMC_DAT0

FDATA_15 FDATA_14 FDATA_13 FDATA_12 FDATA_11 FDATA_10 FDATA_9 FDATA_8 FDATA_7 FDATA_6 FDATA_5 FDATA_4 FDATA_3 FDATA_2 FDATA_1 FDATA_0

B13 B20 J21 R20 J1 CVDD3_1 CVDD3_2 CVDD3_3 CVDD3_4 CVDD4

CVDD2 A9 CVDD2_1 A3 CVDD2_2 E2

Y21 W12 A11 A15 Y20 Y9 M2 AA3 CVDDA CVDD_RTC CVDD_DLL CVDD_1 CVDD_2 CVDD_3 CVDD_4 CVDD1

KBS_5 KBS_4 KBS_3 KBS_2 KBS_1 KBS_0 CLK_EX_CAM LOW_STATE_5 UART3_RX 12C_SCL TDO UWIRE_SDI UWIRE_SDO CLK_S_UWIRE Z_STATE_3 Z_STATE_2 MCBSP1_DX

G19 C21 E18 D19 D20 F18 H19 M18 L14 T18 AA19 U18 W21 V19 N14 P15 H18

5

EMIFS_DATA(15:0) EMIFS_ADD(23:1)

1

TX_RAMP

MOBILE_DISPLAY_CMD (MOBILE ONLY) SPI_CLK SPI_MISO SPI_MOSI THK_CE ABACUS3_CE MAKO_CE

R1036 10K

1.875V

R1005 4.7K

FLASH_CTL(5:0)

MAKO_OPT_INT

RESET_OUT

Controller Microprocessor Schematic Diagram

USB#2 OPTION BOARD

USB#0

USB_INT

USB1_TXEN

USB1_SE0

USB1_DAT

USB0_SE0 USB0_DAT USB0_TXEN

USB2_SE0

GPIO_25

USB2_DAT

USB2_SUSPEND

GPIO_26

USB2_RCV

I2C

GPIO_18

I2C_CLK I2C_DATA

Place for OMAP1610

USB#1

USB#0 RESERVED FOR MOBILE ( INTERFACE WITH MAKO)

PORTABLE DISPLAY

GPIO_27 (Used as KEYPAD_COL4 for NEO and Public Add Mic for MORPHEUS) KEYPAD_COL3 KEYPAD_COL2 KEYPAD_COL1 KEYPAD COLUMN KEYPAD_COL0

RTCK MCS12_DOUT MMC_CMD CLK_MMC RTC_ON_NOFF Z_STATE_1 RTC_WAKE_INT RESET_MODE RST_OUT

1K

DISPLAY_DATA7 DISPLAY_DATA6 DISPLAY_DATA5 DISPLAY_DATA4 DISPLAY_DATA3 DISPLAY_DATA2 DISPLAY_DATA1 DISPLAY_DATA0 DISPLAY_CE DISPLAY_CMD

Y17 W9 P11 V11 Y12 W16 W13 P12 AA200

R1041 R1072

R1 DVDD5_1 H2 DVDD5_2 C2 DVDD5_3

D15 C16 A17 G13 B17 C17 D16 D17 C18 B19 A20 H13 G14 C19 B21 D18

1 0

(MOBILE ONLY) GP5_8

LCD_PIXEL_15 LCD_PIXEL_14 LCD_PIXEL_13 LCD_PIXEL_12 LCD_PIXEL_11 LCD_PIXEL_10 LCD_PIXEL_9 LCD_PIXEL_8 LCD_PIXEL_7 LCD_PIXEL_6 LCD_PIXEL_5 LCD_PIXEL_4 LCD_PIXEL_3 LCD_PIXEL_2 LCD_PIXEL_1 LCD_PIXEL_0

R1014

0

R1044 0

16.8_MHZ_BUFF

R1070

A5 DVDD4_1 A7 DVDD4_2 B10 DVDD4_3 B14 DVDD4_4

SDRAM_ADD(12:0)

12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

1 2 3 4

RS232_TX

AA2 DVDD2_1 Y7 DVDD2_2 AA11 DVDD2_3

0

RS232

H11 H9 H10 B8 B12 G9 G11 G12 B9 G10 A1 B6 B2 A2

0 1 2 3 4 5 6

LCD_VSYNC B18 LCD_HSYNC C20 LCD_AC B15 CLK_P_LCD C15

VSS_1 B5 VSS_2 B7 VSS_3 A13 VSS_4 B16 VSS_5 A21 VSS_6 F20 VSS_7 K20 VSS_8 R21 VSS_9 W20 VSS_10 AA21 VSS_11 Y13 VSS_12 AA7 VSS_13 Y3 VSS_14 AA1 VSS_15 U2 VSS_16 N1 VSS_17 K2 VSS_18 G1 VSS_19 B1

TP1000

R1001 10K C1032 .01uF

RS232_RX

CLK_B_REQ CLK_B CLK_MCSI1 MCSI1_DOUT MCSI1_DIN MCSI2_DIN MCSI2_SYNC CLK_M_REQ MCBSP2_DR FRDY OSC32K_IN OSC32K_OUT MCBSP2_DX CLK_M OSC1_IN OSC1_OUT LOW_STATE_1 LOW_STATE_2 MCBSP2_FSX CLKR_MCBSP2 CLKX_MCBSP2 MCBSP2_FSR

NC DVDD1_1 DVDD1_2 DVDD1_3 DVDD1_4 DVDD1_5

E5 RESERVED

OMAP_CORE

W15 Y15 P14 W14 V15 AA9 V9 R10 P10 V2 V13 AA13 AA5 V5 Y2 W3 AA15 Y14 W7 V7 Y6 W6

L1 A19 E21 U21 Y16 L21

FADV EN_F_BE_0 EN_F_BE_1 GPIO_62 F_CS1 F_CS2 F_CS3 EN_F_OE F_RP EN_F_WE F_WP USB0_SE0 USB0_DAT EN_USB_PUEN CLK_B_QUART2 LOW_STATE_3 LOW_STATE_4

OPT_GPIO_1 OPT_GPIO_2 GPIO_40 MAKO_AD_TRIGGER

BOOT FROM CS0

SADD_13 SADD_12 SADD_11 SADD_10 SADD_9 SADD_8 SADD_7 SADD_6 SADD_5 SADD_4 SADD_3 SADD_2 SADD_1 SADD_0

LDO_FILTER

L4 L3 M8 M7 M3 M4 N8 U4 W1 W2 V4 R8 P9 W4 Y4 V6 W5

2

R1028 0

CVDDA VDD_DLL

V12 DVDDRTC

Y2 4

GND

VCC

Y1 6 ( BUFFERRED 16.8 FROM TOMAHAWK)

1 A1

C1033 0.10uF R1026 47K

5

3 A2

1.875V

16.8MHz Squarer

1.875V U1006 NL27WZU04

H8 H7 D10 C8 B4 C3 B3

DVDD2

FADD_1 FADD_2 FADD_3 FADD_4 FADD_5 FADD_6 FADD_7 FADD_8 FADD_9 FADD_10 FADD_11 FADD_12 FADD_13 FADD_14 FADD_15 FADD_16 FADD_17 FADD_18 FADD_19 FADD_20 FADD_21 FADD_22 FADD_23 FADD_24 FADD_25

R1045 10K

U1000 OMAP1710

OMAP_CORE

SDRAM_CTL(6:0)

EN_WE_SDRAM SDRAM_RAS SDRAM_DQMU SDRAM_DQML SDRAM_CAS SBANK_1 SBANK_0

1.875V

J8 D3 C1 E4 D2 F4 E3 J7 F3 G4 G3 G2 K8 H4 H3 K7 J2 J4 J3 F2 L8 K4 K3 L7 E1

KEYPAD ROW

SDRAM_CLK

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

DNP NU R1027 10K

ARMIO_15 KEYPAD_ROW3 KEYPAD_ROW2 KEYPAD_ROW1 KEYPAD_ROW0

CLKX_SD CLK32K_IN EN_SDCKE CLKX_MCBSP1 CLK_MCSI2 CLKS_MCBSP1 MCBSP1_FSX PWRON_RESET F_CS1U F_CS2U SDDQS_H SDDQS_L CS_SDRAM KBR_4 KBR_3 KBR_2 KBR_1 KBR_0 MCBSP1_DR BFAIL CONF TDI TMS TCK TRST MPU_BOOT MPU_RST UART1_CTS UART2_CTS UART1_RX UART2_RX

12C_SDA CLK_L_CAM CLK_SD

MAKO_INT ( RESET CIRCUIT PROVIDED BY MAKO) POR MAKO_GPIO_RX GPIO_5 (Used as KEYPAD_ROW4 for PORTABLE, GP5_6 for MOBILE)

D9 P13 H12 G21 Y10 G20 H15 R12 Y1 P3 C14 D4 G8 E19 E20 H14 F19 G18 H20 W19 V18 Y19 V17 W18 Y18 J20 U20 R14 Y5 V14 R9

V20 J15 C9

0

1

R1048

TP_POR

(FROM MAKO) 32KHZ_CLK

1.875V

C1017 1.0uF OMAP_CORE

SDRAM_CLK_EN

OPTION SELECT (FROM MAKO) MAKO_OPT_GPIO0 MAKO_OPT_GPIO3 MAKO_OPT_GPIO2

BOOT FROM CS3

R1019 5.1 Place for OMAP1710

SDRAM

SDRAM_CS

(MOBILE ONLY) EXT_MIC_ENA

(FROM MAKO) GATED_32KHZ_OMAP

Place for OMAP1610

GPIO_33 (Used as SW8 for PORTABLE, Channel Activity for MOBILE) GPIO_32 (Used as SW4 for PORTABLE, Monitor for MOBILE) GPIO_31 (Used as SW2 for PORTABLE, Volume B for MOBILE) GPIO_30 (Used as SW1 for PORTABLE, Volume A for MOBILE)

MAKO_RX MAKO_DCLK MAKO_FSYNC MAKO_TX

MAKO SSI

RF CONTROLS

Place for OMAP1710

SPI

R1000 10

R1060 10 CVDDA

VDD_DLL C1012 0.10uF

C1016 0.10uF

C1044 0.10uF

Controller R2 Schematic Diagrams

3-23

1.875V_DIG_V2

FLASH

1.875V_DIG_V2

SDRAM

1.875V_DIG_V2

1.875V_DIG_V2

R2011 0

R2004 0

TP_SDRAM_CLK Bootstrap Mode = 48 MHz Normal Mode = 72 MHz

1.875V_DIG_V2 C2001 .01uF

C2000 100pF

C2002 0.10uF

1.875V_DIG_V2

C2003 0.10uF

C2007 0.10uF

SDRAM_CLK R2005 10K

SDRAM_CLK_EN TP_FLASH_CLK

R2000 10K

R2012 10K

R2006 10K

R2007 10K

R2008 10K

C2006 0.10uF

C2005 .01uF

C2004 100pF

R2009 10K

SDRAM_CTL(6:0)

0

B7

6

A7

7

C7

8

A2

9

B2

10

C2

11

A1

12

B1

13

C1

14

D2

15

D1

16

D4

17

B6

18

A6

19

C6

20

B3

21

C3

22

D7

A2

D2

A3

D3

A4

D4

A5 A6 A7 A8 A9

D5 D6 D7 D8 D9

A10

D10

A11

D11

A12

D12

A13

D13

A14

D14

A15

D15

E6

1

0

H8

E5

2

1

J8

G5

3

2

J7

E4

4

3

J3

G3

5

4

J2

E3

6

5

H3

G1

7

6

H2

G7

8

7

H1

F6

9

8

G3

F5

10

9

H9

F4

11

10

G2

D5

12

11

F3

13

F2

14

E2

C7

B3

A7

J9

E7

D3 VDDQ4

VDDQ3

VDDQ2

VDDQ1

VDD3

A9

0

VDD2

G6

A5 VPP

E1

D1

BA1 A0

DQ0

A1

DQ1

A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9

DQ2 DQ3 DQ4 DQ5 DQ6 DQ7 DQ8 DQ9

A10

DQ10

A11

DQ11 DQ12 DQ13

E8

15

12

F1

LDQM

DQ14

UDQM

DQ15

A16 A17

NC1

A18

NC2

A8

0

B9

1

B8

2

C9

3

C8

4

D9

5

D8

6

E9

7

E1

8

D2

9

D1

10

C2

11

C1

12

B2

13

B1

14

A2

15

E2 G1

NC

A19 A20 A21 NC

F1

A3

VSS1

23

D0

A1

H7

F7

BA0

VSSQ4

5

A0

G8

TP_SDRAM_BA1

D7

A8

TP_SDRAM_CS

WAIT

VSSQ3

4

TP_SDRAM_BA0

RP

CAS

C3

B8

G7

VSSQ2

3

EN_L

RAS

B7

C8

WP

U2001

WE

MICRON 8Mx16

2

F7

VSSQ1

D8

F8

EN_W

A3

1

SDRAM_CS

EN_G

CKE

16MByte

CS

VSS3

E8

F9

J1

D3

FLASH_WAIT

G9

CLK

VSS2

B5

F3

2

VSS1

2

R2013 10K

U2000 M58WR064FB

E3

C4

F2

A1

5

1 4

0104024J27 (Pre-Flashed Part)

3

VSSQ2

D6

5

SDRAM_ADD(12:0)

G8

C5

4

8MByte

CLK_K

ST 4Mx16

3

6

R2010 10K

EN_E

VSSQ1

F8

G2

E7

1

VSS2

0

VDDQ2

G4

B4

VDDQ1

VDD1

FLASH_CTL(5:0)

VDD2

A4

1.875V_DIG_V2

VDD1

FLASH_CLK

EMIFS_ADD(23:1)

EMIFS_DATA(15:0)

SDRAM_DATA(15:0)

Controller Memories Schematic Diagram

Controller R2 Schematic Diagrams

2 C3536 10uF

R3575 1K

C3508 0.1uF

B

E3502

INT_MIC

EXT_MIC+ C3530 220pF

R3537 0

C3531 220pF

VMES ADC_VREF ATOD_0 ATOD_1 ATOD_2 ATOD_3 ATOD_4 ATOD_5 ATOD_6 ATOD_7 ATOD_8

L10 M12 N14 M13 L11 M14 L12 L13 K11 K12 K13

FE_TUNE1 FE_TUNE2 PWR_CTRL SCAN_EN TEST VFUSE

L3 M2 N1 C4 A3 E8

C3513

C3512 0.1uF

15K

VAG

13 12

3.3V_DIG_V10

5V_V8_MAKO

5V_SW

9V3

7 VCC

10K 47K

Q3500 DTC114YKAF

SPKR+

E3501

SPKR-

C3505 1000pF

U3500 TDA1519

7.8V RMS (7.5 W @ 8 ohms)

C3506 47uF

1

U3505-4 MC3403 4 14

VR3502 2

C3509 10uF

R3524 560

C3510

330pF

3 1

HANDSET_AUDIO

11

100K

R3525

2.9V_DIG_V6

100pF

UNSWB+

2 AUDIO_PA_ENA

2200pF

9V3

600mV RMS 9V3

HW_ID0 HW_ID1 HW_ID2 BATTERY_SENSE PA_TEMP

C3517 10uF

R3528 22K

2

4

TX_RAMP_DAC 3.91V (27.5W) 4.12V (44W)

R3577 26.7K R3576 100

C3519 47uF

R3529 51 RX_AUDIO

3 11 R3548 100K

VAG RT3500 10K

RX_FLTR_VCTRL PA_BIAS

R3571 2K

U3505-1 MC3403 1

R3595 10K

ANT_CURRENT_DET

1

U3200-3 PA_CODEC_A2D_BLOCK

SW_9V3 NC NC NC NC NC NC

C3528

E3503

NC 9V3_CNTRL

0.10uF

EXT_MIC 1

R3535 560

1.0uF

0.10uF

EXT_MIC_ENA

R3532 C3524 100 10uF

3

2

1

9V3

C3520

C3529

Q3501 EMD9FT2R

NC NC

1.0uF

4

5

6

R3547 560

C3516 1.0uF

0.10uF

R3526 0

C3515 220pF

C3521

C3514 220pF

B11 AD_TRIG A11 TX_RX L2 MIC_BIAS K2 INT_MIC_P K1 INT_MIC_M J2 EXT_MIC_P J1 EXT_MIC_M J3 VCM1 H3 VC_OUT_P H2 VC_OUT_M E3 BPLUS E1 PA_BPLUS G3 PA_IN_M G2 PA_IN_P F1 INT_SPKR_P F2 INT_SPKR_M H1 EXT_SPKR_P G1 EXT_SPKR_M H4 VCM2 A4 VREF

R3520 24K 3

R3521

C3511 100pF

C3523

INT_MIC+

9V3

C3507

R3523 24K

4 9 INV OUT1 1 NINV 3 RR 6 8 M_SS OUT2

R3516 24K NC

C3504 1000pF E3500

C

GND2

9

PCA9306 U3503

NC NC NC NC

VDD CLK_SCL

3 AD0_CS* 8 DIS 4 SDO_NC 5 SDI_SDA W 10 1 A

GND1

10K

10K

A2 GND V_POS

GPIO_0_PWR_ON GPIO_3_PTT GPIO_4_HOOK

6

MAKO_AD_TRIGGER

1

1

2

MAKO_OPT_GPIO2 MAKO_OPT_GPIO3 MAKO_OPT_INT

NC

SDA2 5 SCL2 6 EN 8

7.8V RMS (7.5 W @ 8 ohms)

9.3VDC unmuted 2113945A09 5.3VDC muted 1000pF

330mV RMS R3550 82K

C3525 220pF

VAG

C3545 220pF R3536

TX_DAC R3596 150 R3539 24K

C3538 .01uF

4

C3532 1.0uF

100K

6

VAG

C3527 0.1uF

9

C3533 10uF

4

4

R3540 100

8 7

3

9V3 R3533 24K

9V3 U3502-2 MC3403

10

5 11

PUB_ADDRESS_1

11 U3502-3 MC3403

R3553 10K

5

R3538 39K

V15

2

R3551 10K

70mV RMS (RX AUDIO) MIC_GROUND

EMD9FT2R Q3503

C3518 1.0uF

C3522

VAG R3542 24K

UMZ2NTR Q3504

R3530 NU 220K

80mV RMS (TX AUDIO)

R3554 47K

1 4

6

R3544 24K

2

4 1

3

6

9V3 C3535 1.0uF

4 7

VAG

5

4

3

11

R3552 10K R3546 15K

C3534 10uF

R3545 100 PUB_ADDRESS_2

11

10K R3556 47K

3

U3505-2 MC3403

5

2

R3534 10K

12

9V3 U3502-4 MC3403 4 14

R3555

11

30K

4

C3526 1.0uF

R3541 24K

13

470pF VAG

R3549

VR3504 MMBZ20V

U3502-1 9V3 MC3403 6

3

NC NC NC

4 SDA1 3 SCL1

I2C_CLK

C3542 0.10uF

U3508 PCA9306

U3501 AD5161

1

R3587 5.1K NU

R3582 16.2K

MMP_GPIO2_INPUT MAKO_OPT_GPIO0

VR3503 MMBZ20V

10K

ONE_WIRE_1 I2C_DATA ONE_WIRE_2

C3503 1000pF

2

R3581

3 SCL1 4 SDA1

NC NC

R3574 10K

C3502 0.1uF

6

16.2K

R3573 10K

8 EN 6 SCL2 SDA2 5

C3501 0.1uF R3511 10K

R3513 0

5

R3583

NC

R3514 10K

R3569 1K

3

10K

NC NC

2.775V_DIG_V4 C3540 0.10uF

C3539 0.10uF

R3592 2.2K

R3591 2.2K

1

MMP_GPIO1_INPUT

R3580

USB_ CONNECT

R3593 200K

52mV RMS for rated audio 0613952R01 10K

5V_SW

2

ONE_WIRE_UP

1.875V_DIG_V2

GND

NC

R3578 200K

2.9V_DIG_V6

R3559

10K 51.1K

R3579 R3588

1.875V_V2_MAKO

5V_SW

C3541 0.10uF

C3500 10.0uF

2.775V_DIG_V4

1.875V_DIG_V2

USB2_DP USB2_DM

27

R3558

NC NC

27

R3501

R3515 10K

UNSWB+ 9V3 5V_SW 5V_V8_MAKO 3.3V_DIG_V10 1.875V_DIG_V2

10

R3506 10K

2 VREF1 1 7 VREF2 GND

MAKO UART RS232_TX RS232_RX

R3594 3.3K

R3500

N6 P7 N7 P8 L6 N13 N9 P9 M8 L8 M10 N12 M11 P13 P10 K7 M9 N10 P11 K8 P12 N11

8 11

1 1

NC

VAG (SOURCE) 4

C1

IN2

I2C_CLK I2C_DATA

0 0 0

R3561 R3562 R3563

B2

IN1

9V3

9 R3502 10K

R3586 0

VREF1 2 VREF2 7

MAKO USB

NC

D2 NO2 C2 COM2

9V3

GND

NC

1.875V_V2_MAKO USB1_TXEN USB1_DAT USB1_SE0 USB0_TXEN USB0_DAT USB0_SE0 USB_INT

A1 NO1 B1 COM1

U3505-3 MC3403

U3504 TS5A23166

1

MAKO_TX MAKO_RX MAKO SSI

BBP_CLK BBP_SYNC SPI_CLK SPI_CS U3200-2 SPI_DI DIGITAL_BLOCK SPI_DO VC_DCLK VC_FSYNC VC_TX VC_TX3V VC_RX UCM_SS LOGIC_VDD USB1_O E USB1_DAT_TXD USB1_SE0 USB2_OE_RCV_RTS USB2_DAT_VP USB2_SE0_VM_RXD USB1_DP UART2_TXD USB1_DM UART2_RXD_OD CTS_X USB2_DP USB2_DM USB_INTX RXDIN_3V USB_CONNECT TXDO_BDI_UP_3V SB96_BUS_BUSY BOOT_NORM_X SB96_BDO_KF_5V ONE_WIRE_1 RS232_USB_X APCO ONE_WIRE_2 SB96D_BDO_KF_3V ONE_WIRE_BATT ONE_WIRE_UP TXDO_BDI_5V TXDO_BDI_ENC_3V RXDIN_5V RXDIN_ENC_3V RTS_FILLSEN_5V CTS_CABLE_DET_5V RTS_FILLSEN_3V BUSY_IN OPTA_SEL0 BUSY_OUT OPTA_SEL1 CABLE_DET_3V OPTA_SEL2 OPTA_SEL3 OPT_GPIO0 OPTB_SEL0 OPT_GPIO1 OPT_GPIO2 OPTB_SEL1 OPT_GPIO3 OPTB_SEL2 OPTION_INTX OPTB_SEL3

D1

MAKO_FSYNC

A5 B5 E6 D6 B6 C6 E7 D7 B7 M4 A7 N3 A6 B8 C8 D8 A9 B9 C9 E9 A10 B10 C10 P2 J5 C7 A8 L5 N8 L7 K6 N2 M3 C12 E11 D10 F10 C11 G10 D11 B12

R3585 22K

UNSWB+

1 1

1 0 R3509

NC NC

R3584 22K

1.875V_DIG_V2

USB1_DP USB1_DM

3.3V_DIG_V10

5

R3560 47K

5V_V8_MAKO

MAKO SPI SPI_CLK MAKO_CE SPI_MOSI SPI_MISO MAKO_DCLK

HW_ID2

0

HW_ID

HW_ID1

R3508

R3505 33K

0

R3504 33K NU

R3507

MOBILE REPEATER: NOT_USED MOBILE SUSCRIBER: 0 OHM

R3503 33K NU

HW_ID0

MOBILE REPEATER: 33K MOBILE SUBSCRIBER: NOT_USED

R3510 R3512

27 27 R3572 10K

7

2.9V_DIG_V6 2.9V_DIG_V6

1 USB1_TXEN USB1_DAT USB1_SEO

MAKO_CE

3-24

UMZ2NTR Q3505

5 2 6

1 EMD9FT2R Q3502

Controller Audio and USB Schematic Diagram

PUB_ADDRESS_2_EN PUB_ADDRESS_1_EN PUB_ADDRESS_MIC_EN LOW_LEVEL_MUTE

Controller R2 Schematic Diagrams

3.1

3-25

Controller R2 Parts List

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

C2000

2113944A40

100pF

C3031

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3221

2113944A44

220pF

C1000

2113944A40

100pF

C2001

2113945B02

.01uF

C3032

2113945B02

.01uF

C3222

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C1001

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C2002

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3040

2113944C06

470pF

C3225

2113944A44

220pF

C1002

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C2003

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3041

2113945C02

.01uF

C3226

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C1003

2113944A40

100pF

C2004

2113944A40

100pF

C3042

2113945B02

.01uF

C3227

2113944A44

220pF

C1004

2113944A40

100pF

C2005

2113945B02

.01uF

C3043

2314030E85

33uF

C3228

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C1005

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C2006

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3044

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3229

2113944A44

220pF

C1006

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C2007

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3045

NOT PLACED



C3231

2113944A44

220pF

C1007

2113944A40

100pF

C2500

2113944A44

220pF

C3046

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3232

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C1008

2113944A40

100pF

C2501

2113945A10

1500pF

C3200

2113946J04

22uF

C3233

2113944A44

220pF

C1009

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3000

2113944C06

470pF

C3201

2113946D05

2.2uF

C3234

2113946D05

2.2uF

C1010

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3002

2371403L02

10uF

C3202

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3237

2113946D05

2.2uF

C1011

2113944A40

100pF

C3005

2113944C06

470pF

C3203

2316410H02

68uF

C3238

2113946H02

10uF

C1012

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3006

2314030E85

33uF

C3204

2115153H21

5.6pF

C3239

2113946D05

2.2uF

C1013

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3007

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3205

2115153H21

5.6pF

C3240

2113944C45

100pF

C1014

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3008

2113945A09

1000pF

C3206

2316410H01

22uF

C3243

2113946S35

1.0uF

C1015

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3009

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3207

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3247

2113946H02

10uF

C1016

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3010

2113946S35

1.0uF

C3208

2113946D05

2.2uF

C3248

2113946S35

1.0uF

C1017

2113946E02

1.0uF

C3011

2113946S35

1.0uF

C3209

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3249

2113944C45

100pF

C1018

2113944A28

18pF

C3012

2113944C06

470pF

C3210

2113946D05

2.2uF

C3252

2113946S35

1.0uF

C1019

2113944A28

18pF

C3013

2314030J28

22uF

C3211

2113945A09

1000pF

C3254

2113946D05

2.2uF

C1030

2113944A28

18pF

C3014

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3212

2316410H02

68uF

C3257

2113946S35

1.0uF

C1031

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3015

2113944C38

47pF

C3213

2113946F03

4.7uF

C3260

2113946S35

1.0uF

C1032

2113945B02

.01uF

C3016

2113944A40

100pF

C3214

2115153H45

33pF

C3261

2113944A44

220pF

C1033

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3017

2113945A09

1000pF

C3215

2115153H45

33pF

C3262

2113946N03

2.2uF

C1034

2113946S35

1.0uF

C3018

2389289U01

10uF

C3216

2113946F03

4.7uF

C3265

2113946J04

22uF

C1035

2113946D05

2.2uF

C3019

2113944C06

470pF

C3217

2113944A44

220pF

C3266

2113946D05

2.2uF

C1036

2113946S35

1.0uF

C3020

2314030E85

33uF

C3218

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3269

2113946S35

1.0uF

C1037

2113946D05

2.2uF

C3021

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3219

2113944A44

220pF

C3270

2113946S35

1.0uF

C1044

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3030

2113945C02

.01uF

C3220

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3272

2115153H27

10pF

Controller R2 Schematic Diagrams

3-26

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

C3273

NOT PLACED



C3519

2314030F30

47uF

C4006

2113944A44

220pF

C4042

2113944A44

220pF

C3274

2113944A44

220pF

C3520

2113946S35

1.0uF

C4007

NOT PLACED



C4043

2113944A44

220pF

C3275

2113946J03

10.0uF

C3521

2113946S35

1.0uF

C4010

NOT PLACED



C4044

2113944A44

220pF

C3276

2113946S35

1.0uF

C3522

2113945A05

470pF

C4011

NOT PLACED



C4045

2113944A44

220pF

C3277

2113946S35

1.0uF

C3523

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C4012

NOT PLACED



C4046

2113944A44

220pF

C3278

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3524

2313960D07

10uF

C4013

2113944A44

220pF

C4047

2113944A44

220pF

C3279

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3525

2113944A44

220pF

C4014

2113944A44

220pF

C4048

2113944A44

220pF

C3280

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3526

2113946S35

1.0uF

C4015

2113944A44

220pF

C4049

NOT PLACED



C3281

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3527

2113945C31

0.1uF

C4016

2113944A44

220pF

C4051

NOT PLACED



C3282

2113946F03

4.7uF

C3528

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C4017

2113944A44

220pF

C4053

NOT PLACED



C3283

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3529

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C4018

2113944A44

220pF

C4055

NOT PLACED



C3500

2113946J03

10.0uF

C3530

2113944A44

220pF

C4019

NOT PLACED



C4058

NOT PLACED



C3501

2113945G91

0.1uF

C3531

2113944A44

220pF

C4020

NOT PLACED



C4059

NOT PLACED



C3502

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3532

2113946S35

1.0uF

C4021

2113944A44

220pF

C4060

NOT PLACED



C3503

2113945A09

1000pF

C3533

2313960D07

10uF

C4022

2113944A44

220pF

C4061

NOT PLACED



C3504

2113945A09

1000pF

C3534

2313960D07

10uF

C4023

2113944A44

220pF

C4062

NOT PLACED



C3505

2113945A09

1000pF

C3535

2113946S35

1.0uF

C4024

2113944A44

220pF

C4063

2113944A44

220pF

C3506

2314030F30

47uF

C3536

2314030M51

10uF

C4025

2113944A44

220pF

C4064

2113944A44

220pF

C3507

2113945A11

2200pF

C3538

2113945B02

.01uF

C4026

2113944A44

220pF

C4065

2113944A44

220pF

C3508

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3539

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C4027

2113944A44

220pF

C4066

2113944A44

220pF

C3509

2313960D07

10uF

C3540

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C4028

2113944A44

220pF

C4067

2113944A44

220pF

C3510

2113945A03

330pF

C3541

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C4029

2113944A44

220pF

C4068

2113944A44

220pF

C3511

2113944A40

100pF

C3542

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C4030

2113944A44

220pF

C4069

2113944A44

220pF

C3512

2113945C31

0.1uF

C3545

2113944A44

220pF

C4031

2113944A44

220pF

C4070

2113944A44

220pF

C3513

2113944A40

100pF

C4000

NOT PLACED



C4032

2113944A44

220pF

C4071

NOT PLACED



C3514

2113944A44

220pF

C4001

NOT PLACED



C4033

2113944A44

220pF

C4072

NOT PLACED



C3515

2113944A44

220pF

C4002

NOT PLACED



C4034

2113945A03

330pF

C4073

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C3516

2113946S35

1.0uF

C4003

NOT PLACED



C4035

2113945A03

330pF

C4074

NOT PLACED



C3517

2314030M51

10uF

C4004

NOT PLACED



C4040

2113944A44

220pF

C4075

NOT PLACED



C3518

2113946S35

1.0uF

C4005

NOT PLACED



C4041

2113944A44

220pF

C4076

NOT PLACED



Controller R2 Schematic Diagrams

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

3-27

Description

C4084

2113945Y02

0.10uF

C4085

2113944A44

220pF

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

J2500

0905505Y02

22-PIN JTAG CONNECTOR

J3000

0905902V09

DC POWER CONNECTOR

J4000

0916017H01

26-PIN ACCESSORY CONNECTOR

C4086

NOT PLACED



C4087

NOT PLACED



C4088

NOT PLACED



C4089

NOT PLACED



C4090

NOT PLACED



D3030

4813978P07

DIODE, SWITCHING

D3040

4813978P07

DIODE, SWITCHING

D3200

4813978C02

DIODE, SWITCHING

L3200

D4000

4866544A01

DIODE, DUAL

D4001

4866544A01

E2500

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Q3504

4815270H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1027

NOT PLACED



Q3505

4815270H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1028

0613952R66

0

Q4000

4815263H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1034

0613952R01

10K

Q4001

4815263H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1035

NOT PLACED



Q4002

4815261H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1036

0613952R01

10K

Q4003

4815263H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1041

0613952Q73

1K

Q4004

4815261H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1044

0613952R66

0

J4001

0915555H01

30-PIN CONTROL HEAD CONNECTOR

J4002

NOT PLACED



J4003

0915556H01

14-PIN OPT BRD CONNECTOR

Q4005

4815263H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1045

0613952R01

10K

Q4006

4815263H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1046

NOT PLACED



2415005H02

22uH

Q4007

4815263H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1047

0613952R66

0

L3201

2415005H02

22uH

Q4008

4815261H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1048

0613952R66

0

DIODE, DUAL

L3202

2415005H02

22uH

Q4009

4815263H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1054

0613952Q89

4.7K

2480675U01

FERRITE BEAD

Q3030

4813973M07

NPN

Q4010

4815261H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1060

0613952Q25

10

E3000

2485011Y01

FERRITE BEAD

Q3032

4813973B01

NPN

Q4011

4815263H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1066

NOT PLACED



E3201

2480675U01

FERRITE BEAD

Q3040

4813973M07

NPN

Q4012

4815261H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1067

NOT PLACED



E3202

2480675U01

FERRITE BEAD

Q3041

4815263H01

ANALOG SWITCH

Q4013

4816023H01

PNP

R1070

0613952R66

0

E3203

2480675U01

FERRITE BEAD

Q3200

5185956E76

Q4014

4813973A06

NPN

R1071

0613952R17

47K

E3205

2480675U01

FERRITE BEAD

N-CHANNEL SYNCHRONOUS MOSFET

Q4015

4815263H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1072

NOT PLACED



Q3201

4813970A62

P-CHANNEL MOSFET

R1000

0613952Q25

10

R2000

0613952R01

10K

Q3202

5185956E76

N-CHANNEL SYNCHRONOUS MOSFET

R1001

0613952R01

10K

R2004

0613952R66

0

E3206

2480675U01

FERRITE BEAD

E3208

2480675U01

FERRITE BEAD

E3500

2485011Y01

FERRITE BEAD

Q3203

4805585Q23

PMOS FET

R1002

0613952J73

10MEG

R2005

0613952R01

10K

E3501

2485011Y01

FERRITE BEAD

Q3204

4805585Q23

PMOS FET

R1005

0613952Q89

4.7K

R2006

0613952R01

10K

E3502

2485011Y01

FERRITE BEAD

Q3205

4815262H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1006

0613952R01

10K

R2007

0613952R01

10K

E3503

2485011Y01

FERRITE BEAD

Q3206

4815272H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1014

0613952R66

0

R2008

0613952R01

10K

E4000

2485011Y01

FERRITE BEAD

Q3207

4813970A62

P-CHANNEL MOSFET

R1017

0613952R01

10K

R2009

0613952R01

10K

E4001

7686949J14

FERRITE BEAD

Q3208

4815261H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1019

0613952Q18

5.1

R2010

0613952R01

10K

E4002

7686949J14

FERRITE BEAD

Q3500

4815261H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1020

0613952R66

0

R2011

0613952R66

0

E4003

2409134J25

FERRITE BEAD

Q3501

4815272H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1021

0613952R66

0

R2012

0613952R01

10K

E4004

2409134J25

FERRITE BEAD

Q3502

4815272H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1025

0613952R01

10K

R2013

0613952R01

10K

E4005

2409134J25

FERRITE BEAD

Q3503

4815272H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R1026

0613952R17

47K

R2500

0613952R66

0

Controller R2 Schematic Diagrams

3-28

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

R2501

0613952R66

0

R3005

0613952Q81

2.2K

R3056

0615871H01

0.1

R3240

0613952R17

47K

R2502

0613952R66

0

R3006

0613952Q57

220

R3057

0613952R66

0

R3241

0613952Q18

5.1

R2504

0613952R66

0

R3007

0613952N58

39.2K

R3200

0615871H01

0.1

R3243

0613952Q18

5.1

R2506

0613952R66

0

R3008

0613952N12

13K

R3201

0613952R66

0

R3245

0613952G67

0

R2507

0613952R66

0

R3009

0613952N58

39.2K

R3203

0615871H01

0.1

R3246

0613952M81

6.81K

R2508

0613952R66

0

R3010

0613952N12

13K

R3204

0615871H01

0.1

R3247

0613952N69

51.1K

R2509

0613952R66

0

R3030

0613952R01

10K

R3205

0613952R25

100K

R3248

0613952R01

10K

R2510

0613952R66

0

R3032

0615871H01

0.1

R3206

0613952R66

0

R3249

0613952R01

10K

R2511

0613952R66

0

R3033

0615871H01

0.1

R3207

0686135Z02

0.2

R3500

0613952Q35

27

R2512

0613952R66

0

R3034

0613952H61

330

R3208

0686135Z02

0.2

R3501

0613952Q35

27

R2513

0613952R66

0

R3035

0613952H25

10

R3209

0613952N62

43.2K

R3502

0613952R01

10K

R2514

0613952R66

0

R3036

0613952H25

10

R3210

0613952N16

14.3K

R3503

NOT PLACED



R2515

0613952R66

0

R3037

0613959G61

330

R3215

0613952G67

0

R3504

NOT PLACED



R2516

0613952R66

0

R3038

NOT PLACED



R3216

0613952G67

0

R3505

NOT PLACED



R2517

0613952R66

0

R3039

0613952M30

2K

R3217

NOT PLACED



R3506

0613952R01

10K

R2518

0613952R66

0

R3040

0613952M43

2.74K

R3218

0613952R66

0

R3507

0613952R66

0

R2519

0613952R66

0

R3041

0613952R25

100K

R3219

0613952R56

2MEG

R3508

0613952R66

0

R2520

0613952R66

0

R3042

0613952H69

680

R3220

0613952R56

2MEG

R3509

0613952R66

0

R2521

0613952R66

0

R3043

0613952H69

680

R3222

0613952R33

220K

R3510

0613952Q35

27

R2522

0613952R66

0

R3044

0613958S61

330

R3223

0613952R33

220K

R3511

0613952R01

10K

R2523

0613952R66

0

R3045

0613952M30

2K

R3224

0613952Q89

4.7K

R3512

0613952Q35

27

R2524

0613952R66

0

R3046

0613952M43

2.74K

R3225

NOT PLACED



R3513

0613952R66

0

R2525

0613952R66

0

R3047

0613952R25

100K

R3226

0613952R13

33K

R3514

0613952R01

10K

R2526

0613952R66

0

R3048

0613952Q73

1K

R3227

NOT PLACED



R3515

0613952R01

10K

R2527

0613952R66

0

R3050

0613959Q53

150

R3228

0613952G67

0

R3516

0613952R10

24K

R2528

0613952R66

0

R3051

0613952G67

0

R3233

0613952R66

0

R3520

0613952R10

24K

R2529

0613952R01

10K

R3052

0613952G67

0

R3236

0613952Q73

1K

R3521

0613952R05

15K

R3002

0613952R01

10K

R3053

0613952R66

0

R3237

0613952R01

10K

R3523

0613952R10

24K

R3003

0613952M54

3.57K

R3054

0613952R66

0

R3238

0613952H25

10

R3524

0613952Q67

560

R3004

0613952L73

562

R3055

0615871H01

0.1

R3239

0613952H25

10

R3525

0613952R25

100K

Controller R2 Schematic Diagrams

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

3-29

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

R3526

0613952R66

0

R3560

0613952R17

47K

R4001

0613952Q37

33

R4055

0613952R01

10K

R3528

0613952R09

22K

R3561

0613952R66

0

R4002

0613952Q37

33

R4061

0613952Q37

33

R3529

0613952Q42

51

R3562

0613952R66

0

R4003

0613952Q37

33

R4063

0613952Q37

33

R3530

NOT PLACED



R3563

0613952R66

0

R4004

0613952Q37

33

R4064

0613952Q37

33

R3532

0613952Q49

100

R3569

0613952Q73

1K

R4005

0613952Q37

33

R4065

0613952Q37

33

R3533

0613952R10

24K

R3571

0613952Q80

2K

R4006

0613952Q65

470

R4066

0613952Q37

33

R3534

0613952R01

10K

R3572

0613952R01

10K

R4009

0613952Q42

51

R4067

0613952Q37

33

R3535

0613952Q67

560

R3573

0613952R01

10K

R4010

0613952Q42

51

R4068

0613952Q37

33

R3536

0613952R25

100K

R3574

0613952R01

10K

R4011

0613952R66

0

R4069

0613952Q37

33

R3537

0613952R66

0

R3575

0613952Q73

1K

R4012

0613952R66

0

R4070

0613952Q37

33

R3538

0613952R15

39K

R3576

0613952Q49

100

R4023

0613952Q75

1.2K

R4071

0613952R66

0

R3539

0613952R10

24K

R3577

0613952N42

26.7K

R4030

NOT PLACED



R4074

0613952R66

0

R3540

0613952Q49

100

R3578

0613952R32

200K

R4031

0613952R01

10K

R4076

0613952R66

0

R3541

0613952R10

24K

R3579

0613952R01

10K

R4032

0613952R01

10K

R4078

0613952R66

0

R3542

0613952R10

24K

R3580

0613952R01

10K

R4033

NOT PLACED



R4079

0613952R01

10K

R3544

0613952R10

24K

R3581

0613952R01

10K

R4034

0613952R01

10K

R4080

0613952R66

0

R3545

0613952Q49

100

R3582

0613952N21

16.2K

R4035

0613952R01

10K

R4081

0613952R66

0

R3546

0613952R05

15K

R3583

0613952N21

16.2K

R4040

0613952Q89

4.7K

R4082

0613952R66

0

R3547

0613952Q67

560

R3584

0613952R09

22K

R4041

0613952Q89

4.7K

R4083

0613952R66

0

R3548

0613952J25

100K

R3585

0613952R09

22K

R4042

0613952Q89

4.7K

R4084

0613952R66

0

R3549

0613952R12

30K

R3586

0613952R66

0

R4043

0613952Q89

4.7K

R4085

0613952R66

0

R3550

0613952R23

82K

R3587

NOT PLACED



R4044

NOT PLACED



R4086

NOT PLACED



R3551

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R3588

0613952N69

51.1K

R4045

0613952Q89

4.7K

R4088

0613952R01

10K

R3552

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R3591

0613952Q81

2.2K

R4046

0613952Q89

4.7K

R4089

0613952R17

47K

R3553

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R3592

0613952Q81

2.2K

R4047

0613952Q89

4.7K

R4090

NOT PLACED



R3554

0613952R17

RES, 47K

R3593

0613952R32

200K

R4048

0613952Q77

1.5K

R4093

NOT PLACED



R3555

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R3594

0613952Q85

3.3K

R4049

0613958H83

2.7K

R4094

NOT PLACED



R3556

0613952R17

RES, 47K

R3595

0613952R01

10K

R4050

0613952R01

10K

R4095

NOT PLACED



R3558

0613952R01

10K

R3596

0613952H53

150

R4051

0613952R39

390K

R4096

NOT PLACED



R3559

0613952R01

10K

R4000

0613952Q37

33

R4054

0613952R01

10K

R4097

NOT PLACED



Controller R2 Schematic Diagrams

3-30

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

R4098

0613952Q89

4.7K

U3504

5171395L01

IC, CMOS SWITCH

VR4004

4813977A48

DIODE, 20V ZENER

R4099

NOT PLACED



U3505

5114016A18

QUAD OPAMP

VR4005

4813977M13

DIODE, 6.2V ZENER

R4100

0613952Q75

1.2K

U3508

5164852H47

VR4006

4813977M13

DIODE, 6.2V ZENER

R4101

0613952Q75

1.2K

IC, LEVEL TRANSLATOR

VR4007

NOT PLACED



U4000

5115476H01

IC, SERIAL-TO-PARALLEL CONVERTER

VR4008

NOT PLACED



R4103

0613952Q75

1.2K

R4105

NOT PLACED



U4001

5115502H01

LOGIC TRANSLATOR

Y1000

4809612J45

12MHZ CRYSTAL

R4106

NOT PLACED



U4004

NOT PLACED



Y3200

4815028H01

24.576MHZ CRYSTAL

RT3500

0615471H01

THERMISTOR, 10K

U4005

NOT PLACED



Y3201

4802582S80

32KHZ CRYSTAL

U1000

5102495J13

MICROPROCESSOR

U4006

NOT PLACED



U1006

5115001H02

IC, DUAL UNBUFFERED INVERTER

U4007

NOT PLACED



U2000

0104024J27

IC, 8MB FLASH

U4008

NOT PLACED



U2001

5171614M01

IC, 16MB SDRAM

VR3000

4813979C17

TRANSIENT SUPPRESSOR

U3001

5164015H94

VOLTAGE REGULATOR

VR3040

4813977M10

DIODE, 5.1V ZENER

U3002

5115391H01

VOLTAGE REGULATOR

VR3200

4813977M10

DIODE, 5.1V ZENER

U3003

5164015H94

VOLTAGE REGULATOR

VR3201

4813977M05

DIODE, 3.3V ZENER

U3004

5115391H01

VOLTAGE REGULATOR

VR3202

4813977M05

DIODE, 3.3V ZENER

U3005

0105959T72

PNP

VR3203

4813977M05

DIODE, 3.3V ZENER

U3006

0105959T72

PNP

VR3204

4813977M13

DIODE, 6.2V ZENER

U3030

5116525H01

DUAL OPAMP

VR3205

4813977M05

DIODE, 3.3V ZENER

U3040

0105959T72

PNP

VR3206

4813977M13

DIODE, 6.2V ZENER

U3200

5185143E77

IC, POWER MANAGEMENT

VR3207

4813977M13

DIODE, 6.2V ZENER

U3201

5115616H01

VOLTAGE REGULATOR

VR3208

4813977M13

DIODE, 6.2V ZENER

U3202

5115453H01

DUAL OPAMP

VR3502

4813977A48

DIODE, 20V ZENER

U3203

5114007A43

IC, SCHMITT TRIGGER

VR3503

4813977A48

DIODE, 20V ZENER

U3500

5102463J95

AUDIO PA

VR3504

4813977A48

DIODE, 20V ZENER

U3501

5115368H01

DIGITAL ATTENUATOR

VR4000

4813977A48

DIODE, 20V ZENER

U3502

5114016A18

QUAD OPAMP

VR4001

4813977A48

DIODE, 20V ZENER

U3503

5164852H47

IC, LEVEL TRANSLATOR

VR4002

4813977A48

DIODE, 20V ZENER

VR4003

4813977A48

DIODE, 20V ZENER

Controller R4 Schematic Diagrams

Controller R4 Schematic Diagrams PERIPHERALS ( 1 SHEET ) REAR ACCESSORY

OPTION BOARD INTERFACE

CONTROL HEAD

REPEATER INTERFACE

VOLUME_1 VOLUME_2 SERIAL_CLK SERIAL_DATA LED_CS DISPLAY_CS DISPLAY_CMD RESET

KEYPAD_ROW_0 KEYPAD_ROW_1 KEYPAD_ROW_2 KEYPAD_ROW_3 KEYPAD_COL_0 KEYPAD_COL_1 KEYPAD_COL_2

INT_SPKRINT_SPKR+ MIC_GROUND

GPIO_0_PWR_ON GPIO_1_USB1_DP GPIO_2_USB1_DM GPIO_3_PTT GPIO_4_HOOK ONE_WIRE_1 VBUS1 HANDSET_AUDIO INT_MIC+

9V3 ON_OFF_SW

SYSTEM_SYNC McBSP3_CLKX McBSP3_DX McBSP3_DR McBSP3_FSX DIR_CTRL ARMIO_6 RTC_BATTERY

OPT_BRD_PTT RESET_OUT

SSI_DATA_OUT SSI_DATA_IN SSI_CLK SSI_FSYNC

SW_9V3 OPT_GPIO_1 OPT_GPIO_2

3.3V PROGM_IO_CS 1V8

GP5_1_PTT GP5_2_MONITOR GP5_3_CHAN_ACTIVITY GP5_6_TxDc_BUS+ GP5_7_RxDc_BUSGP5_8_CTSs_RESET

GP5_4_EMERGENCY GP5_5_IGNITION_SENSE

PUB_ADDRESS_1_EN PUB_ADDRESS_2_EN PUB_ADDRESS_1 PUB_ADDRESS_2

USB2_DM USB2_DP VBUS2 ONE_WIRE_2

EXT_SPKR+ EXT_SPKREXT_MIC+ RX_AUDIO

EXT_SWB+

5V

MMP

5V

R2508 0 RESET_OUT

C2500 220pF

PA_BIAS

0 0

R2504

0

TX_DAC 2.775V_ANA_V7 2.9V_MAKO_V6 3.6V_MAKO_SW1 5V

2.775V_ANA_V7 2.9V_DIG_V6

1 1 E2500 BLM21PG300SN1

5V_SW 5V_SW

3.6V_DIG_VSW1 5V 5V_SW RAW_B+ 9V3_PA

RAW_B+ 9V3_PA

MAKO_AUDIO_DC ( DC SUPPLY: SHEET 1) ( MAKO POWER MANAGEMENT : SHEET 2) ( MAKO AUDIO_DIGITAL_USB/RS232 : SHEET 3)

MAKO_INT MAKO_OPT_INT MAKO_AD_TRIGGER MAKO_OPT_GPIO0 MAKO_OPT_GPIO2 MAKO_OPT_GPIO3 NC LOW_LEVEL_MUTE AUDIO_PA_ENA EXT_MIC_ENA PUB_ADDRESS_MIC_EN I2C_DATA I2C_CLK

C2501 1500pF

NC

16.8_MHZ_BUFF 32KHZ_GPS ANT_CURRENT_DET

USB1_TXEN USB1_DAT USB1_SE0 USB0_TXEN USB0_DAT USB0_SE0 USB_INT

RS232_TX RS232_RX MMP_GPIO1_INPUT MMP_GPIO2_INPUT ONE_WIRE_UP POR GATED_32KHZ_OMAP

MAKO_CE MAKO_TX MAKO_RX MAKO_DCLK MAKO_FSYNC MAKO_INT MAKO_OPT_INT MAKO_AD_TRIGGER MAKO_OPT_GPIO0 MAKO_OPT_GPIO2 MAKO_OPT_GPIO3 ARMIO_12 GPIO_5 AUDIO_PA_ENA EXT_MIC_ENA GPIO_27 I2C_DATA I2C_CLK

1 1 1 1.875V_V2

KEYPAD_ROW0 KEYPAD_ROW1 KEYPAD_ROW2 KEYPAD_ROW3 KEYPAD_COL0 KEYPAD_COL1 KEYPAD_COL2 KEYPAD_COL3

McBSP3_CLK McBSP3_DX McBSP3_DR McBSP3_FSX DIR_CTRL ARMIO_6

GPIO_3 GPIO_26

SPI_CLK SPI_MOSI SPI_MISO ABACUS3_CE THK_CE

MICROCONTROLLER (OMAP 1710: SHEET 1) (MEMORY: SHEET 2)

GPIO_40 RX_CLK RX_DATA RX_FSYNC TX_CLK TX_DATA TX_FSYNC

DEEP_SLEEP DMCS ADAPT_SW LOCK_DETECT ANT_EN GPIO_60 (RED_LED / RX_ATTN_1) GPIO_15

GPIO_25 GPIO_18 USB1_TXEN USB1_DAT USB1_SE0 USB0_TXEN USB0_DAT USB0_SE0 USB_INT OPT_GPIO_2 OPT_GPIO_1 RS232_TX RS232_RX MAKO_GPIO_RX ARMIO_2 ONE_WIRE_UP POR GATED_32KHZ_OMAP

SPI_MISO_MAKO SPI_MOSI_MAKO SPI_CLK_MAKO

10K

(Active HIGH)

MAKO_TX MAKO_RX MAKO_DCLK MAKO_FSYNC

(SW1 / VOL_A) GPIO_30 (SW2 / VOL_B) GPIO_31 SERIAL_CLK SERIAL_DATA LED_CS DISPLAY_CS MOBILE_DISPLAY_CMD RESET_OUT

SPI_MISO_MAKO

PTT (SW4 / MONITOR) GPIO_32 (SW8 / CHANNEL_ACT) GPIO_33 (KEYPAD_ROW4 / GP5_6) ARMIO_15 (BL_EN / GP5_7) ARMIO_3 GP5_8

RTC_BATTERY ON_OFF_MECH GPIO_0_PWR_ON USB1_DP USB1_DM GPIO_3_PTT GPIO_4_HOOK ONE_WIRE_1 VBUS1 HANDSET_AUDIO INT_MIC+

GP5_4_EMERGENCY GP5_5_IGNITION_SENSE

PUB_ADDRESS_1_EN PUB_ADDRESS_2_EN PUB_ADDRESS_1 PUB_ADDRESS_2

SPI_CLK_MAKO SPI_MOSI_MAKO

R2529

LO_BATTERY_DET PA_TEMP RX_FLTR_VCTRL PA_BIAS TX_DAC

0

R2501 R2502

SPI_CLK SPI_MOSI SPI_MISO MAKO_CE

OMAP_CORE_LDO 1.875V_DIG_V2 2.775V_DIG_V4 3.3V_DIG_V10

R2524 R2525 R2526 R2527 R2528

R2509 R2510 R2511 R2512 R2513 R2514

0 0 0 0 0 0

R2515 R2516 R2517 R2518 R2519 R2520

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

PREDRIVE_SW DMCS ADAPT_SW LOCK_DETECT ANT_ENABLE PC_ATTEN_ENA RF_ATTN_2

5V 5V_SW

R2506 R2507

0 0

1.875V_V2 2.775V_V4

GPS_BOOT_SEL GPS_RX_LS GPS_TX_LS GPS_ON_OFF_LS GPS_RESET_LS GPS_5V 5V_ACTIVE_ANT ANT_CURRENT 32KHZ_GPS 16.8MHz VCONT 1.875V

GPS ( SHEET 1 )

NC

2.775V_V4 1.875V_V2 1.875V_DIG_V2 2.775V_DIG_V4

SPI_CLK (6.0 MHz) SPI_MOSI SPI_MISO ABACUS3_CS (Active LOW) THK_CS (Active LOW) RX_SSI_SYNCB RX_SSI_CLK (1.20 MHz) RX_SSI_DATA RX_SSI_FSYNC (20.0 KHz) TX_SSI_CLK (4.20 MHz) TX_SSI_DATA TX_SSI_FSYNC (84.0 KHz)

GPS_BOOT_SELECT GPS_TX_LS GPS_RX_LS GPS_ON_OFF_LS GPS_RESET_LS JTAG_TDO JTAG_TMS JTAG_TDI JTAG_TCK JTAG_NTRST JTAG_NEMU1 JTAG_NEMU0 JTAG_RTCK

R2500

PA_TEMP RX_FLTR_VCTRL

1.875V_V2

SW_9V3 OMAP_CORE_LDO 1.875V_DIG_V2 2.775V_DIG_V4 3.3V_DIG_V10

16.8_MHZ_BUFF 32KHZ_CLK

LO_BATTERY_DET

USB2_DM USB2_DP VBUS2 ONE_WIRE_2

SPKR+ SPKREXT_MIC+ RX_AUDIO MIC_GROUND

2.775V_V4

SPI_MISO_1 SPI_MOSI_1 SPI_CLK_1

NC

9V3

EXT_SWB+ 9V3

4.0

3-31

16.8_MHZ_BUFF 16.8_GPS

J2500-20 J2500-14 J2500-12 J2500-10 J2500-16 J2500-6 J2500-8 J2500-18 J2500-1 J2500-2 J2500-3 J2500-4 J2500-5 J2500-7 J2500-9 J2500-11 J2500-13 J2500-15 J2500-17 J2500-19

Controller - GPS Schematic Diagram

Controller R4 Schematic Diagrams

3-32

VBAT

1 VBAT_GROUND

J3000-2

RAW_B+ (TO TX PA) SP3001

VR3000

1

1

J3000-1

13.6V (NOMINAL)

1

1

SP3000

C3015 47pF

2

C3000 470pF

E3000 UNSWB+ (TO AUDIO PA) R3055 0.1

C3002 10uF

U3006

9.3V

2

3 G1

R3032 0.1

9V3_PA (TO PA DRIVER ONLY )

R3056 0.1

1 U3005 2 3

D3030 G1

R3033 0.1

R3039 2K 1%

1

R3057 0

C3019 470pF R3034 330

R3035 10

NC

C3018 10uF

C3021 0.1uF

C3020 33uF

R3040 2.74K 1% 8

R3051 0

NC

C3030 .01uF

R3053 0

R3037 330

R3036 10

2

R3041 100K

1

Q3032

3 4

NC

U3030-1

This cap only use to support DC connector during reflow. R3038 150 NU

R3050 150

C3032 .01uF

C3031 0.1uF

R3030 10K

Q3030

R3002 10K

9.3V

U3040 2 3

9V3_CNTRL (TO MAKO)

G1 C3040 470pF

C3043 33uF

1

R3042 680

R3043 680

R3007 39.2K 1%

C3044 0.1uF

R3045 2K 1%

D3040

C3016 C3041 .01uF

R3054 0

R3052 0

R3008 13K 1%

R3046 2.74K 1%

R3048 1K

Q3040 6

7

5

5 U3030-2 4

R3044 330

2 FB 6 VOUT 1 NP 4 VCONT 3 VIN GND

8

C3017 1000pF

100pF

C3042 .01uF

5V

U3004 TK11100CSC

5V (TO GPS & PERIPHERAL BLOCKS) C3011 1.0uF

5V

R3047 100K NC

VR3040

9.3V 4

VIN

VOUT

C3005 470pF

3 GND1 6 GND2

2 ON_OFF U3001 LM2941

ADJ

5 1

R3009 39.2K 1%

0.10uF

R3003 3.57K 1%

C3006 33uF

C3007 0.1uF

C3045 33uF NU

C3009 R3010 13K 1%

C3008 1000pF

9V3

0.1uF

5V

U3002 TK11100CSC 2 FB 1 6 VOUT NP 4 VCONT 3 VIN 5

GND

R3004 562 1%

9V3 (TO SYNTH, VCO, RX FE, PWR CNTRL,CONTROLHEAD) C3046

5V_SW (TO RX BACKEND, SYNTH,GPS ANTENNA) C3010 1.0uF

5V_SW

13.6V 4

VIN

VOUT

ON: 0 V OFF: 4.8V MAKO_ON_OFF_CONTROL

47K Q3041 47K

Controller DC Supply Schematic Diagram

U3003 LM2941

3 GND1 6 GND2

2 ON_OFF C3012 470pF

ADJ

5

EXT_SWB+ ( TO REAR ACCESSORY)

1 R3005 2.2K 5% R3006 220 5%

C3013 22uF

C3014 0.1uF

Controller R4 Schematic Diagrams

3-33

1.875V_V2_MAKO

C3282 4.7uF

R3219 2MEG

R3220 2MEG

SW_9V3

B1 2

C3274 220pF

U3202-1 B3 LMC6035ITLX

4

OUT

IN GND NC

C1 C3

VSAVE

VCC

C2

LO_BATTERY_DET

5

VSAVE

C3272 10pF

R3228 0

B1 A1 B3 U3202-2 LMC6035ITLX

NC R3241 5.1

A1 A14 P1 P14 M5 B14

Y3201 XTAL 2

5V R3248 10K

1

32.768KHz 9V3_CNTRL Q3206 EMD9FT2R

D3200

MAKO_ON_OFF_CONTROL

C3204 5.6pF

R3249 10K NU

3

4 RTC_BATTERY

C3207

0.1uF

C3208

2.2uF

R3206 0

5

VSAVE

2

1

C3205 5.6pF

9V3_CNTRL R3226 33K

6

C3210

2.2uF

C3211

1000pF

( ON= 0V; OFF=9.3V)

NC

3.6V_DIG_VSW1 3.6V_DIG_VSW1 Change R3246 to 0613952N12 (13K) for OMAP1610

C3203 68uF

U3201 LP8340

R3245 0

C3269 1.0uF

NC

R3203

0.1

L3201

C3283

OMAP_CORE_LDO_1 R3246 6.81K 1%

R3247 51.1K 1%

R3243 5.1

22uF R3239

10 C3265 22uF

R3204 0.1

R3216

2.775V_V4_MAKO 2.9V_V6_MAKO 2.775V_V7_MAKO 3V_V9_MAKO 3.6V_DIG_VSW1 3.3V_V10_MAKO SW_9V3 5V_V8_MAKO

0

VSW5

OMAP_CORE_LDO_1

1.875V_V2_MAKO

C3270 1.0uF

SW_9V3

0.10uF

22uH C3206

R3215 0

5 VOUT 4 ADJ

1 VIN1 6 VIN2 3 NC

3

GND

D2D 12

ON: 5Vpk; 230 KHZ PWM OFF: 0.0Vpk

NC

R3227 10K NU

R3217 0 NU

C3280 0.1uF

C3277 1.0uF

C3266 2.2uF

ON: 5Vpk; 230 KHZ PWM OFF: 0.0Vpk

C3281 0.1uF

R3224 4.7K

C3234 2.2uF

VSW5_CNTRL

4 IN 5 SYNC_EN 14 CBOOT C3209 0.10uF

D1A 1

15 S1A 16 S1B

D1B 2

C3289 0.10uF

ON: 5.2V - 5.3V OFF: 0.0V

L3202 22uH

D2A 9 D2B 10 D2C 11

6 S2A 7 S2B 8 S2C

Q3209 Q3203 SI8401DB

1

Q3202 SI4724CY

R3225 0 NU

C3273 10pF NU

R3207 0.2

R3250 100K

P5 M7 J4 G5 K9 L4 D14 H5 D9

GND1

C3215 33pF

2

GND2 4

C3214 33pF

Sine Wave Vpk-pk: 2.2V - 2.4V

Y3200 CX-101F

HOT1 1

3 HOT2

ON: 3.6V OFF: 0.0V

NC

GND1 GND2 GND3 GND4 GND5 GND6 GND7 GND8 GND9

24.576MHz

0

R3218

GP5_4_EMERGENCY ON_OFF_MECH VSAVE GP5_5_IGNITION_SENSE POR MAKO_GATED_32KHz 1 MAKO_INT

B1 C1 F3 C2 D1 D2 D3 B2 G4 E2 F4 E4 B3 B4 C5 F5 D5 A12 A13 D4 M1

C3279 0.1uF

L3200 22uH

D2A 9 D2B 10 D2C 11

VSW5

C3212 68uF

D2D 12

R3237 10K

GND

R3205 100K

C3262 2.2uF

C3278 0.1uF

D1B 2

4

9V3_CNTRL

C3 A2 G13 G12 H11 J11 G14 H13 F14 H12 H14 J12 K14 J14 J13 L14 D13 F13 E14 E13 G11 F12 N4 P4 N5 P3 P6 L1 J10 M6 L9 K3 K4 B13 E12 C14 H10 F11 C13 D12

15 S1A 16 S1B

6 S2A 7 S2B 8 S2C

ON: 4.75V to 5.25V (5.0V typical) OFF: 0.0V

2 3

9V3_CNTRL

PGLDO2 PGLDO3 SW1_VDD SW1_VDDHV SW1_VSEN_BUK SW1_VSEN_BST SW1_SUMCOMP_DL SW1_DH SW1_PHASE SW1_VOUT SW1_GND U3200-1 SW2_VCC PWR_MNGR_BLOCK SW2_VCCS SW2_LX SW2_VOUT SW2_GND SW5_VDD SW5_VDDHV SW5_VSENSE SW5_SUMCOMP XTAL32_OUT SW5_PHASE XTAL32_IN SW5_VOUT BAT_RTC V02_O VSAVE V03_O BAT_7V5 BAT_3V6 V04_O REG_3V6 V06_O V07_O BAT_TYPE HV_BG V09_O V10_I FET_ENX V10_O EMERG_PB V10_GND MECH_SW SW_TYPE V08_I V08_O IGN_X RESETX VBUS_SUPPLY VBUS1_SENS GATED_32K_CLK VBUS1_CMD INT_X VBUS1 XOUT XIN VBUS2_SENS VBUS2_CMD TCXO_SEL_16_24 TCXO_IN VBUS2

1

SW_9V3 SW_9V3 SW_9V3

VBUS1_CMD

Q3201 NTHS5441T1

NC1 NC2 NC3 NC4 NC5 NC6

47K 47K

DTA144EKAF Q3205

D1A 1

2 GND1 7 GND2

VR3200

C3202 0.10uF

R3236 1K

R3223 220K

3

C3261 220pF

NC NC NC NC NC NC

C3275 10.0uF

13

A3

UNSWB+

4 IN 5 SYNC_EN 14 CBOOT

C3201 2.2uF

C3276 1.0uF

VDD

A2

BATTERY_SENSE

R3210 14.3K 1%

13

Q3200

R3222 220K

R3233 0

C3200 22uF

VDD

R3209 43.2K

R3200 0.1

R3238 10

3 1

VSAVE

GATED_32KHZ_OMAP 32KHZ_GPS

U3203 NL17SZ14

VBUS1 ( TO MMP ) Q3207 NTHS5441T1

C3213 4.7uF VSW5_CNTRL R3208 0.2

R3252 100K

R3253 47K VSW5_CNTRL

Q3210

1

4

VBUS2_CMD

16.8_MHZ_BUFF

NC

Q3204 SI8401DB

1

3

ON: 4.75V to 5.25V (5.0V typical) OFF: 0.0V

2 3

C3291 0.10uF

C3290 0.10uF

R3240 47K

10K

VBUS2 (TO MAP)

C3220 0.10uF

C3219 220pF

C3226 0.10uF

C3225 220pF

3.3V_DIG_V10

C3227 220pF

C3228 0.10uF

C3231 220pF

C3232 0.10uF

5V_V8_MAKO

1

C3243 1.0uF

VR3207

VR3205

VR3204

VR3203 NC

NC C3247 10uF

C3248 1.0uF

C3249 100pF

NC

C3252 1.0uF

NC

C3257 1.0uF

VR3206 NC C3229 220pF

C3254 2.2uF

3V_V9_MAKO

C3240 100pF

5V_V8_MAKO

C3239 2.2uF

3.3V_V10_MAKO

C3238 10uF

2.775V_V7_MAKO

NC

2.9V_V6_MAKO

OMAP_CORE_LDO_1

C3237 2.2uF

2.775V_V4_MAKO

VR3202

VR3201 1.875V_V2_MAKO

MAKO_V9_3V

MAKO_V8_5V

1.875V_V2_MAKO

NC

FROM MAKO USB_CONNECT (L6) OFF: 0V (DEFAULT) ON: 3.3V (MAKO V10)

E3208

E3206

E3205 C3222 0.10uF

C3221 220pF

3.3V_DIG_V10

C3216 4.7uF

1

E3203

E3202 C3218 0.10uF

2.775V_ANA_V7

2.9V_DIG_V6 2.9V_DIG_V6

2.775V_DIG_V4

E3201 C3217 220pF

2.775V_DIG_V4

OMAP_CORE_LDO

USB_CONNECT

1

1.875V_DIG_V2 1.875V_DIG_V2

2 Q3208 DTC114YKAF

47K

VR3208 NC C3233 220pF

C3260 1.0uF

Controller DC Distribution Schematic Diagram

Controller R4 Schematic Diagrams

3-34

CONTROL HEAD INTERFACE

MOBILE REPEATER: NOT_USED MOBILE SUBSCRIBER: 33 OHM RESET

MMP_1_WIRE

3.3V

VBUS1

USB1_DM

USB1_DP

C4000 C4001 C4002 C4003 C4004 C4005 C4006 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF NU NU NU NU NU NU

C4013 220pF

1

J4001_9

1

5V

1

1V8

1

5V

E4000

NC

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

9V3 1V8

1V8

RESET DISPLAY_CMD DISPLAY_CS SERIAL_DATA SERIAL_CLK LED_CS ON_OFF_SW KEYPAD_ROW_0 KEYPAD_ROW_1 KEYPAD_ROW_2 KEYPAD_ROW_3 KEYPAD_COL_0 KEYPAD_COL_1 KEYPAD_COL_2 VOLUME_1 VOLUME_2 HANDSET_AUDIO INT_SPKR+ INT_SPKRGPIO_0_PWR_ON GPIO_1_USB1_DP GPIO_2_USB1_DM GPIO_3_PTT GPIO_4_HOOK VBUS1 ONE_WIRE_1 MIC_GROUND INT_MIC+

R4000 R4001 R4002 R4003 R4004 R4005

33 33 33 33 33 33

R4061 R4063 R4064 R4065 R4066 R4067 R4068 R4069 R4070 R4071

33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 0

R4006

470

R4009 R4010

E4003

51 51 E4001

BLM21PG221SN1

E4004 BK1005HM471 R4012

0

J4001-1 J4001-2 J4001-3 J4001-4 J4001-5 J4001-6 J4001-7 J4001-8 J4001-9 J4001-10 J4001-11 J4001-12 J4001-13 J4001-14 J4001-15 J4001-16 J4001-17 J4001-18 J4001-19 J4001-20 J4001-21 J4001-22 J4001-23 J4001-24 J4001-25 J4001-26 J4001-27 J4001-28 J4001-29 J4001-30

PCB 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 J4001 FRONT VIEW

5V

Y_1 Y_2 Y_3 Y_4 Y_5 Y_6

2 4 6 8 10 12

K4 6 K3 4 K2 3 K1 1 A2 5 2 A1

D4001

K4 6 K3 4 K2 3 K1 1

R4023 1.2K

R4103 1.2K

R4101 1.2K

C4014 C4015 C4016 C4017 C4018 C4019 C4020 C4021 C4022 C4023 C4024 C4025 C4026 C4027 C4028 C4029 C4030 C4031 C4032 C4033 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF NU NU

VR4008 NU

VR4007 NU

2

14 VCC

A_1 A_2 A_3 A_4 A_5 A_6

WD_RESET R4086 0 NU

7

GND

1 3 5 9 11 13

R4100 1.2K

U4001 SN74LVC07A

C4034 C4035 330pF 330pF

4

C4084 0.10uF

SERIAL_DATA PROGM_IO_CS SERIAL_CLK RESET ARMIO_6

R4034 10K

R4011 0 C4076 220pF NU

1

C4085 220pF

SERIAL_CLK SERIAL_DATA

NC

R4079 10K

5V

1V8

3

1V8

A2 5 2 A1

NC NC

C4071 C4072 C4074 220pF 220pF 220pF NU NU NU

WD_RESET

14

R4090 0 NU

GND

VCC

U4000 SN74AHC594

J4001_9

RTC_BATTERY

8

MOBILE REPEATER: 0 OHM MOBILE SUBSCRIBER: NOT_USED

QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH1 QH2

16

SER

5V

SRCLK 11 RCLK 12 SRCLR 10 RCLR 13

MOBILE REPEATER: 0 OHM MOBILE SUBSCRIBER: NOT_USED

15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9

C4073 0.10uF

NC

PUB_ADDRESS_2_EN PUB_ADDRESS_1_EN

10K

NU

10K

10K

R4033

R4054

R4055

1V8

10K

1V8

R4032

1V8

R4031

1V8

NU GP5_8_CTSs_Reset

1V8

R4030

1V8

GP5_7_RxDc_BUSGP5_6_TxDc_BUS+ GP5_5_IGNITION_SENSE

R4044 4.7K NU

5V

R4045 4.7K 47K

47K 47K 47K Q4003 DTC144EKAF

Q4001 DTC144EKAF

VBUS2 USB2_DP USB2_DM

2

10K

3 2

10K

Q4007 DTC144EKAF

Q4006 DTC144EKAF

47K 10K

2

Q4015 DTC144EKAF

R4043 4.7K

3

Q4008 DTC114YKAF

47K

47K

3

3 2

47K

Q4010 DTC114YKAF

R4088 10K

10K 47K

47K

47K

3

1

2 Q4014 BCW65A

Q4012 DTC114YKAF

VR4006 NC C4067 C4068 C4069 220pF 220pF 220pF

NC

VR4004 MMBZ20V

APM_1_WIRE

1

PCB 2

4

6

8

10

12

14

16

18

20

22

24

26

1

3

5

7

9

11

13

15

17

19

21

23

25

J4000 REAR VIEW

MAP_ID_1 J4000-6 6

IGNITION_SENSE

ACCESSORY INTERFACE (26-PIN)

Controller Peripheral Schematic Diagram - (sheet 1 of 2)

C4070 220pF

C4048 220pF

C4047 220pF

VR4003 MMBZ20V

MAP_ID_2 J4000-5 5

1

C4046 220pF

C4045 220pF

VIP_1_(EXT ALARM) J4000-26 26

1

VR4002 MMBZ20V

GP5_8 J4000-24 24

GP5_3_(CHAN_ACT) J4000-21 21

R4051 390K

C4044 220pF

GP5_7 J4000-22 22

EMERGENCY

C4043 220pF

GP5_6 J4000-20 20

VR4001 MMBZ20V

IGN_SENSE J4000-25 25

C4042 220pF

EXT_PTT

GP5_1_(EXT PTT) J4000-17 17

VBUS_MAP J4000-3 3

USB_DM_MAP J4000-2 2 USB_DP_MAP J4000-1 1

GROUND J4000-18 18

USB / MAP_ID_GROUND J4000-4 4

1

C4041 220pF

EMERG SW J4000-23 23

VR4000 MMBZ20V

GP5_2_(MONITOR) J4000-19 19

2

1

C4040 220pF

EXT_SPKREXT_SPKR+ EXT_SWB+ EXT_SWB+

47K

VR4005 NC

C4063 C4064 C4065 C4066 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF

R4050 10K

10K

Q4005 DTC144EKAF

1

Q4004 DTC114YKAF

3

4

D4000

47K

1

Q4002 DTC114YKAF

R4035 10K

C4075 220pF NU

R4049 2.7K

3

R4089 47K

WD_RESET

5V

Q4013 BCW68GLT1G

47K Q4011 DTC144EKAF

GROUND J4000-16 16

47K

47K

5V

ONE_WIRE_2 PUB_ADDRESS_2 PUB_ADDRESS_1 EXT_MIC+ RX_AUDIO

R4048 1.5K

EXT_SPKR- J4000-9 9 EXT_SPKR+ J4000-10 10

47K

47K 47K Q4009 DTC144EKAF

47K

47K

R4047 4.7K

EXT_SWB+ J4000-7 7 POWER GROUND J4000-8 8

47K Q4000 DTC144EKAF

R4098 4.7K

R4042 4.7K

1

1

VBUS2

USB2_DM E4002 BLM21PG221SN1

1

1

USB2_DP

47K R4041 4.7K

R4040 4.7K

R4046 4.7K

15 13 11 14 12

5V

AUX_AUDIO_OUT_2 J4000-15 AUX_AUDIO_OUT_1 J4000-13 TX_AUDIO J4000-11 RX_AUDIO J4000-14 AUDIO GROUND J4000-12

5V

5V

GP5_1_PTT

E4005 BK1005HM471

EXT_SWB+

5V

2

GP5_2_MONITOR

5V

5V

1

5V MOBILE REPEATER: 0 OHM MOBILE SUBSCRIBER: NOT_USED

1

GP5_4_EMERGENCY GP5_3_CHAN_ACTIVITY

Controller R4 Schematic Diagrams

3-35

1V8 1V8 WD_RESET

1V8

A1 VCCA A2 VCCB

C4086 0.10uF

C2 B B2 DIR

A GND

R4097 0

C1 SN74AVC1T45 U4004

B1

McBSP3_DX

REPEATER CONNECTOR

1V8 C4087 0.10uF

R4095 0 McBSP3_FSX

C2 B B2 DIR

A

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

C1 SN74AVC1T45 U4005

B1

1V8

GND

1

VCCA A1 VCCB A2

TP4000

R4105 10K

R4099 0

1V8

DIR_CTRL

J4002-1 J4002-2 J4002-3 J4002-4 J4002-5 J4002-6 J4002-7 J4002-8 J4002-9 J4002-10 J4002-11

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 PCB J4002 FRONT VIEW

A

C4007 220pF NU

C1

C4010 C4011 C4012 220pF 220pF 220pF NU NU NU

SN74AVC1T45 U4006

B1

C2 B B2 DIR

GND

R4093 0 McBSP3_CLKX

A1 VCCA A2 VCCB

C4088 0.10uF

1V8

A

C1 SN74AVC1T45 U4007

B1

C2 B B2 DIR

GND

R4096 0 McBSP3_DR

VCCA A1 VCCB A2

C4089 0.10uF

1V8

A

B1

C2 B B2 DIR

GND

R4094 0 SYSTEM_SYNC

VCCA A1 VCCB A2

C4090 0.10uF

C1 SN74AVC1T45 U4008

R4106 10K

SYSTEM_SYNC

OPTION BOARD INTERFACE

1V8 C4091 0.10uF VCCA A1 VCCB A2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

GND

A

9 10 11 12 13 14

PCB

R4074 0

C1

J4003 FRONT VIEW

SN74AVC1T45 U4009

B1

SSI_FSYNC

C2 B B2 DIR

1V8 C4092 0.10uF

C2 B B2 DIR

B1

SSI_CLK

GND

VCCA A1 VCCB A2

1

OPT_SSI_SYNC

A

R4076 0

C1

E4006 SW_9V3

C4094 51pF NU

C4093 33pF NU

C4059 220pF NU

C4049 C4051 C4053 C4055 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF NU NU NU NU

SYSTEM_SYNC SN74AVC1T45 U4010

OPT_GPIO_1 OPT_GPIO_2 RESET_OUT OPT_BRD_PTT

R4081 R4082 R4083 R4085

0 0 0 0

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

J4003-1 J4003-2 J4003-3 J4003-4 J4003-5 J4003-6 J4003-7 J4003-8 J4003-9 J4003-10 J4003-11 J4003-12 J4003-13 J4003-14

R4078 0 SSI_DATA_IN

C4058 C4060 C4061 C4062 220pF 220pF 220pF 220pF NU NU NU NU

R4080 0 SSI_DATA_OUT

DIR

OPERATION

LOW

B ---->A

HIGH

B A

HIGH

B 4.3 V=short circuit. Replace antenna

2-2

1.1

GPS Troubleshooting Chart (Sheet 1 of 2)

GPS Troubleshooting Chart (Sheet 2 of 2) B

A

Check for 32 kHz at R6401 and R6464

Replace U6404

No

Check SAW filter FL6401

Is filter loss >2 dB at 1575.42 MHz? 32 kHz present on both resistors?

Yes

Yes

Replace FL6401

No Check SMA SMA-to -MCX rear connector coax

Check for 16.8 MHz at R6408

Check Synthesizer Troubleshooting Chart

No

Is loss greater than 0.5 dB at 1575.42 MHz?

Yes

Replace coax

Is 16.8 MHz present? No Yes

Re -flash IC and re -test

Check 16.8 MHz for frequency accuracy

Yes Can SiRF IC be re-flashed?

No

Replace SiRF IC

Is 16.8 MHz centered?

Yes

Replace SiRF IC

No

Re -warp TCXO or troubleshoot Synthesizer

3-1

Section 3 GPS SCHEMATIC / PARTS LIST 1.0

Allocation of Schematic and Parts List

1.1

GPS Circuits This Chapter shows the Schematic and the Parts List for the GPS circuit.

Table 3-1 GPS Schematic Diagram and Parts List Schematic Diagram GPS Schematic Diagram

Page 3-3

Parts List GPS

Page 3-4

3-2

Allocation of Schematic and Parts List

Notes

GPS Schematic Diagram

GPS Schematic Diagram VCONT 1.875V 1.5V_RTC_TEST

1.875V

R6467 0

R6468 0

1

U6407 LP3990

B1

C6451

C6452 0.10uF

R6469 10K

C6408 1.0uF

R6470 10K NU

0.10uF

NU B3 A1 A2 A3 A4

GPS_RESET_LS GPS_ON_OFF_LS GPS_RX_LS GPS_TX_LS

EN A1 A2 A3 A4

C1 Y1 C2 Y2 C3 Y3 C4 Y4

GPS_RESET GPS_ON_OF F GPS_RX GPS_TX

B4

R6405 47.5K

U6408 ADG3304

B2 VCCA B1 VCCY

GND

1.5V RTC Regulator

A1

C6407 1.0uF

VOUT

GND

A2 VEN B2 VIN

C6432 100pF

NU

R6404 39.2K

OMAP to SiRF I/O Level Translato C6433 1000pF

r

U6406 2 FB 6 NP 4 VCONT 3 VIN

1 VOUT

1.5V_GPS

GND

VCONT

2.8V Digital/Baseband Regulator

5

C6431 1.0uF

2.8V_DIG_BB

VCONT GPS Regulator Enabl

e

E6401 IDCTR

(2.775V_DIG_V4) C6430 1.0uF

NU

2.8V_RF R6403 47.5K

C6428 100pF

C6420 18pF

E6407 IDCTR

U6402

C6421 10uF

C6418 10uF

2.8V RF Regulator

1 VOUT

E6402 IDCTR

GND

2 FB 6 NP 4 VCONT 3 VIN

C6423 2.2uF

C6422 18pF

1

NU

R6402 39.2K C6429 1000pF

2.2uF C6439

2.8V_IO 2.8V_RF_TEST

C6417 18pF

C6419 0.10uF

5

C6416 .01uF

2.8V_DIG_BB

1 R6409 510

27nH L6402

NU

C6401

C6444 3.6pF

R6410 510

NU

16.8MHz 1000pF

C6412 18pF

NC

1.7dB Attenuator

R6455 10K

change R6411 to 0613952Q25

NC NC NC NC

C6413 1000pF

R6430 10

NC NC NC NC NC

E6400

5V_ACTIVE_ANT U6404- 1 XX14 C2 Y

Switched 5V NC

R6401 32KHZ_GPS

5V_ACTIVE_ANT

B1 A

VR6400 MMBZ5V6

NC NC NC ROUT_TEST

5

R6464 2.2K

A1 DNU

0

C6445 1.0uF

C6449 1000pF

NC

1.5V_GPS

1 NC NC

NC NC NC NC NC NC NC

0V = Open Circui

B1 A1

A3 B3

NU

Q6401

4.3V = Short Circui

t t

U6405-2 5V_ACTIVE_ANT R6437 13K

C6437 220pF

R6434 100 K

R6436 100K

U6405-1 LMC6035ITLX C2

ED_13

R6459 10K

R6460 10K

R6461 10K

NC NC NC NC NC NC

PLL_FILTER EA_2 CS_1 ED_0 ED_7 EIT_0 SS_0 SS_1 AGCPWM ODO ED_1 GPIO_0 GPIO_14 GPIO_15

F1 G1 J2 B5 J9 H1 K3 A2 C2 A4 C1 E1

R6456

R6445

R6450 100K

100K

R6449

R6466

R6465

R6444

100K

100K

100K

100K

R6446

ED_1

WAKEU P

JTD I

JTC K

ED_12

EIT_0

D4 E4 F4 K2 L2 L3 B10 C10 B3 A10 C5 C4 F7 B4 U6401 GSC3 F

RSRVD_1 RSRVD_2 RSRVD_3 RSRVD_4 RSRVD_5 RSRVD_6 RSRVD_7 RSRVD_8 RSRVD_9 RSRVD_10 RSRVD_11 RSRVD_12 RSRVD_13 RSRVD_14 RSRVD_15 RSRVD_16 RSRVD_17 RSRVD_18 RSRVD_19 RSRVD_20 RSRVD_21 RSRVD_22 RSRVD_23 RSRVD_24 RSRVD_25 RSRVD_26 RSRVD_27 RSRVD_28 RSRVD_29 RSRVD_30 RSRVD_31 RSRVD_32 RSRVD_33

D3 M1 L10 K10 K6 K5 P4 P3 J8 C6 A6 B7 H10 B1 E7 H6 D7

2.8V_DIG_BB

NC NC

1 NC

R6454 100K

IF_TES T

R6419 0

NC

GPS_TX NC NC

NC

1000pF C6406 R6439 15K

NC

NC NC NC

NC NC NC

R6440 100K

R6438 100K

GPS_BOOT_SEL 0 R6420

Q6402

B1 C1

C6438 220pF

ED_11

GND Normal range: 0.25V-2.5V

C6436 220pF

R6458 10K

ANT_CURRENT

C6435 220pF

A2

U6404- 2 IC_PWR_GND

ED_10

R6435 100K

C1

R6433 100 K

1

5V_ACTIVE_ANT

ED_9

VCC

C6434 0.10uF

A2

R6432 1.5K

A9 B6 B8 B9 C3 C8 C9 D2 D8 D9 E2 E3 E8 E9 E10 F8 F9 G2 G3 G4 G5 G6 G7 G8 G9 H2 H3 H4 H5 H7 H8 H9 J3

CS_0 JTDO RTC_XO RTC_OUT SPI_DO SIGN_MAG_O TP_I F XTAL_OUT SO TIMEMARK TXA TXB RESET RFPWRUP WAKEUP

CLK_ED_ 3 NC NC NC

1

OUT

R6457 100K

L6403 2.7nH

CLK_ACQ_TEST CLK_ED_ 2

2

4

IN

C6443 9.1pF

0 R6411

1

5

C 1 G1 2 G2 3 G3 4 G4 5

FL6401

ANT_C

J6400

C6414 18pF

K4 F3 F2 J7 A8 B2 D1

3

47K R6407 MCX RF input + 5V DC Bias

A3 CS_F J10 SRESET J1 JTDI N1 JTCK K1 JTRST L1 JTMS P1 GRFRST P6 RFIN P10 RTC_XI K8 SPI_DI P2 XTAL_I N G10 ON_OFF A5 RXA C7 RXB D10 TMODE J5 SIGN_MAG_I F10 RIN J6 SI

CLK_E CLK_ACQ_O CLK_ED_2 CLK_ED_3 CLK_SK CLK_S EN_MWE EN_MOE

4

0 R6418 GPS_RX

CLK_E CLK_SPI CLK_ACQ_I EN_SPI_CEB

VDD_BB_1 VDD_BB_2 VDD_BB_3 VDD_BB_4 VDD_BB_5 VDD_BB_6 VDDK_1 VDDK_2 VDD_FLASH VDD_PLL_0 VDD_PLL VDD_REG_1 VDD_REG_2 VDD_RTC

1

10K

2

ED_0

GPS_ON_OFF

A7 K7 J4 K9

SPI_CLK_TEST NU 0 R6417

L4 GND_RF_1 L5 GND_RF_2 L6 GND_RF_3 L7 GND_RF_4 L8 GND_RF_5 L9 GND_RF_6 N2 GND_RF_7 N3 GND_RF_8 N4 GND_RF_9 N5 GND_RF_10 N6 GND_RF_11 N7 GND_RF_12 N8 GND_RF_13 N9 GND_RF_14 N10 GND_RF_15 P5 GND_RF_16 P7 GND_RF_17 A1 GND_BB_1 D5 GND_BB_2 D6 GND_BB_3 E5 GND_BB_4 E6 GND_BB_5 F5 GND_BB_6 F6 GND_BB_7

0 R6416 GPS_RESET

VCC_IO_EXT VCC_RF_1 VCC_RF_2 VCC_RF_3 VCC_RF_4 VCC_RF_5 VCC_RF_6 VCC_RF_7 VCC_RF_8 VCC_RF_9 VCC_RTC

P8 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8 M9 M10 P9

10K

100K

C6440 .01uF

C6426 1.0uF

Unswitched 5V

R6443

2.8V_DIG_BB C6450 1000pF

GPS_5V

6

C6427 1.0uF

2 GND 3 GND1 5 GND2

2.0

3-3

C3 B3

2.8V_DIG_BB NC C644 6 0.10uF

Antenna Current Sense Network

GPS Schematic Diagram

GPS Schematic Diagram

3-4

2.1

GPS Parts List

Circuit Ref

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No

Description

C6440

2113945B02

.01uF

R6417

NOT PLACED



R6466

0613952R25

100K

C6401

2113945A09

1000pF

C6443

2115153H26

9.1pF

R6418

0613952R66

0

R6467

0613952R66

0

C6406

2113945A09

1000pF

C6444

2115153H16

3.6pF

R6419

0613952R66

0

R6468

0613952R66

0

C6407

2113946S35

1.0uF

C6445

2113946S35

1.0uF

R6420

0613952R66

0

R6469

NOT PLACED



C6408

2113946S35

1.0uF

C6446

2113945Y02

0.10uF

R6430

0613952K01

10

R6470

NOT PLACED



C6412

2113944A28

18pF

C6449

2113945A09

1000pF

R6432

0613952M18

1.5K

U6401

0104024J41

IC, GPS

C6413

2113945A09

1000pF

C6450

2113945A09

1000pF

R6433

0613952P01

100K

U6402

5115391H01

VOLTAGE REGULATOR

C6414

2113944A28

18pF

C6451

2113945Y02

0.10uF

R6434

0613952P01

100K

U6404

5115962H01

IC, SCHMITT TRIGGER

C6416

2113945B02

.01uF

C6452

2113945Y02

0.10uF

R6435

0613952P01

100K

U6405

5115453H01

DUAL OPAMP

C6417

2113944A28

18pF

E6400

7686949J08

FERRITE BEAD

R6436

0613952P01

100K

U6406

5115391H01

VOLTAGE REGULATOR

C6418

2113946F05

10uF

E6401

7686949J08

FERRITE BEAD

R6437

0613952N12

13K

U6407

5115974H01

C6419

2113945Y02

0.10uF

E6402

7686949J08

FERRITE BEAD

R6438

0613952R25

100K

1.5V VOLTAGE REGULATOR

18pF

7686949J08

FERRITE BEAD

R6439

0613952R05

15K

5116324H01

2113944A28

E6407

U6408

C6420

IC, LEVEL TRANSLATOR

C6421

2113946F05

10uF

FL6401

9180310L38

1575.42MHZ SAW FILTER

R6440

0613952R25

100K

VR6400

4813977A43

DIODE, 5.6V ZENER

C6422

2113944A28

18pF

R6443

0613952R01

10K

J6400

0909901V02

C6423

2113946D05

2.2uF

GPS MCX CONNECTOR

R6444

0613952R25

100K

C6426

2113946S35

1.0uF

L6402

2415429H24

27nH

R6445

0613952R25

100K

C6427

2113946S35

1.0uF

L6403

2414017P06

2.7nH

R6446

0613952R01

10K

C6428

NOT PLACED



Q6401

4813973M07

NPN

R6449

0613952R25

100K

C6429

2113945A09

1000pF

Q6402

4815272H01

ANALOG SWITCH

R6450

0613952R25

100K

C6430

NOT PLACED



R6401

0613952R66

0

R6454

0613952R25

100K

C6431

2113946S35

1.0uF

R6402

0613952N58

39.2K

R6455

0613952R01

10K

C6432

NOT PLACED



R6403

0613952N66

47.5K

R6456

0613952R25

100K

C6433

2113945A09

1000pF

R6404

0613952N58

39.2K

R6457

0613952R25

100K

C6434

2113945Y02

0.10uF

R6405

0613952N66

47.5K

R6458

0613952R01

10K

C6435

2113944A44

220pF

R6407

0613952R17

47K

R6459

0613952R01

10K

C6436

NOT PLACED



R6409

NOT PLACED



R6460

0613952R01

10K

C6437

2113944A44

220pF

R6410

NOT PLACED



R6461

0613952R01

10K

C6438

2113944A44

220pF

R6411

0613952R66

0

R6464

0613952Q81

2.2K

C6439

2113946D05

2.2uF

R6416

0613952R66

0

R6465

0613952R25

100K

M DM 3400/DM 3401/ DM 3600/DM 3601 Mobile Radios Chapter 5 VHF (136–174 MHz) 1–25W Service Information

Issue: June, 2009

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i

Chapter 5 - VHF Low Power Service Information Table of Contents Section 1

Theory of Operation

1.0 Introduction .......................................................................................................... 1-1 2.0 VHF (136-174 MHz) Receiver Circuitry ............................................................... 1-1 2.1 Receiver Front-End ........................................................................................ 1-1 2.2 Receiver Back-End......................................................................................... 1-2 3.0 VHF (136-174 MHz) Transmitter Circuitry - 25 Watt............................................ 1-4 3.1 Power Amplifier .............................................................................................. 1-4 3.2 Pre-Driver Stage............................................................................................. 1-4 3.3 Driver Stage ................................................................................................... 1-5 3.4 Final Stage ..................................................................................................... 1-5 3.5 Antenna Switch .............................................................................................. 1-5 3.6 Harmonic Filter ............................................................................................... 1-6 3.7 Directional Coupler......................................................................................... 1-6 3.8 Power Control................................................................................................. 1-7 3.9 Power Ramp Profile Control........................................................................... 1-7 3.10 Load Dump Protection.................................................................................... 1-8 3.11 Thermal Protection ......................................................................................... 1-8 3.12 Out-of-Range Battery Protection .................................................................... 1-8 3.13 Pressure Pad Switch ...................................................................................... 1-8 4.0 Frequency Generation Circuitry........................................................................... 1-8 4.1 Reference Oscillator....................................................................................... 1-9 4.2 Fractional-N Synthesizer ................................................................................ 1-9 4.3 Voltage Controlled Oscillator (VCO)............................................................. 1-10 4.4 Synthesizer Operation.................................................................................. 1-11

Section 2 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0

Troubleshooting Charts

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver ............................................................ 2-1 Troubleshooting Flow Chart for 25W Transmitter................................................ 2-4 Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Synthesizer........................................................ 2-5 Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Tx VCO (Sheet 1 of 2)....................................... 2-6 Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Rx VCO (Sheet 1 of 2) ...................................... 2-8

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Section 3

VHF PCB / Schematics / Parts Lists

1.0 Allocation of Schematics and Circuit Boards ....................................................... 3-1 1.1 Controller Circuits........................................................................................... 3-1 2.0 VHF (136-174 MHz) 1 - 25W PCB / Schematics / Parts List ............................... 3-3 VHF (136-174 MHz) 1-25W 8471495L01 Top Side ............................................... 3-3 VHF (136-174 MHz) 1-25W 8471495L01 Bottom Side .......................................... 3-4 VHF (136-174 MHz) 1-25W 8471495L03 Top Side ............................................... 3-5 VHF (136-174 MHz) 1-25W 8471495L03 Bottom side........................................... 3-6 VHF (136-174 MHz) 1-25W Overall Schematic Diagram ....................................... 3-7 VHF (136-174 MHz) 1-25W Receiver Front-End Schematic Diagram ................... 3-8 VHF (136-174 MHz) 1-25W Receiver IF Amp Schematic Diagram........................ 3-9 VHF (136-174 MHz) 1-25W Receiver Back-End Schematic Diagram.................. 3-10 VHF (136-174 MHz) 1-25W Power Amplifier Schematic Diagram ....................... 3-11 VHF (136-174 MHz) 1-25W Power Control Schematic Diagram.......................... 3-12 VHF (136-174 MHz) 1-25W Synthesizer Schematic Diagram.............................. 3-13 VHF (136-174 MHz) 1-25W Receiver VCO Schematic Diagram ......................... 3-14 VHF (136-174 MHz) 1-25W Transmit VCO Schematic Diagram.......................... 3-15 VHF PCB 8471495L01 and 8471495L03 Parts List 1-25W ................................. 3-16

1-1

Section 1 THEORY OF OPERATION 1.0

Introduction This Chapter provides a detailed theory of operation for the VHF circuits in the radio. For details of the theory of operation and troubleshooting for the associated Controller circuits refer to the Controller Section of this manual.

2.0

VHF (136-174 MHz) Receiver Circuitry The receiver is configured as a dual-conversion superheterodyne receiver, capable of both FM and 4-level FSK demodulation. The major blocks are the front-end, the mixer, Xtal filter, and the Abacus III back-end IC. The overall block diagram is shown in Figure 1-1.

Sw. 10 dB Attenuator

2-Pole Varactor Tuned

LNA

2-Pole Varactor Tuned

4-Pole 44.85 Mhz

2nd L.O. 42.6 or 47.1 MHz

LIMITER/IF AMP STAGE X

AD9864

T/R ANT Switch

2nd L.O.

Hi-Speed A/D

VCO

10 bit DAC

SPI & SSI BU S

10 bit DAC 1st L.O. High Side Injection Fo + 44.85 MHz

DSP Processor

SPEAKER

D/A

Figure 1-1 Receiver Block Diagram

2.1

Receiver Front-End The front-end consists of a 2-pole varactor-tuned pre-selector filter, an LNA, a 2-pole varactor-tuned post-selector filter, and a passive double-balanced mixer. The received signal applied to the antenna is routed through the harmonic filter and PIN diode controlled antenna switch (D0702). A logic high level on ANT_ENABLE configures the antenna switch for Tx operation while a logic low places the switch in Rx mode. The insertion loss of the harmonic filter and antenna switch combined is approximately 0.8 dB max in Rx mode with slightly more loss at the upper end of the band. From this point, the Rx signal is routed to the Local Distance Switch (D0400/R0407), which biases on a diode in normal operation to minimize any insertion loss. Under strong signal conditions and for improved intermodulation protection from interfering signals, the switch can be turned on by the signal RF_ATTEN_1, which introduces approximately 10 dB of additional path loss. Activation of the switch can be accomplished manually by the user or left in the default setting.

1-2

VHF (136-174 MHz) Receiver Circuitry

The signal next reaches the pre-selector filter, which is a 2-pole varactor-tuned filter with 5 zeros that are optimized to provide image frequency rejection. This filter, and the similarly designed post-selector filter, provide over 75 dB of image response rejection. The 3 dB bandwidth for both filters varies across the band with a minimum of 32 MHz at 136 MHz and a maximum of 38 MHz around 174 MHz. Half-IF rejection from the filters is also frequency dependent with a minimum of approximately 7.5 dB achieved at the worst-case frequency of 174 MHz. Both filters have variable center frequencies that are adjusted by the FE_TUNE signal, which is derived from the output of a 10-bit DAC internal to the MAKO IC (U3200). The voltage is scaled up by a voltage doubler (Q0403) in order to provide the required linearity for the filters. Both filters are matched to the LNA (Q0402) to optimize the amplifier’s noise figure (2.0 dB) and to provide an LNA gain of 16 dB to the signal. The combined gain of the filters and LNA is about 14 dB. Active bias transistor Q0401 maintains the collector current of Q0402 constant at 25 mA. The LNA, active bias circuit, Local Distance Switch, and voltage doubler are all supplied by 9R1_FILT, which is derived from 9R1 after filtering. Following the post-selector filter is the Class 2, double-balanced mixer. It is comprised of baluns T0400 and T0401 and diode ring mixer D0405. Injection amplifier Q0405 provides 15 dB of gain to the Rx VCO injection signal. Another amplifier, Q0202, located in the VCO block, also provides gain for the LO signal and isolation from high RF signals entering the mixer. The signal applied to the LO port of the mixer is +16 dBm minimum after passing through the 3-pole/1-zero, low-pass injection filter. The LO injection is high-side and mixes the signal down to an IF frequency of 44.85 MHz. The output of the mixer is connected to a diplexer network, which terminates out-of-band frequencies into 51 ohms (R0427) while appearing as high impedance to the 44.85 MHz IF signal.

2.2

Receiver Back-End The signal entering the back-end is matched to 4-pole crystal filter, FL0500, by C0507 and L0503. The filter is centered at 44.85 MHz with a 3 dB bandwidth of 13.4 kHz. IF amplifiers Q0500 and Q0501 follow the crystal filter and provide both amplification and limiting to the signal. An overall gain of 24 dB is available from the composite IF amplifier to lower-level IF signals. As the signal level increases, Q0501 begins to limit and eventually saturates out at approximately –16 dBm. The purpose of the limiting is to provide protection to the AD9864 Abacus III back-end IC (U0600). An internal 16 dB attenuator is also engaged to provide attenuation to the Abacus’s input signal, working with the external amplifier to limit the signal below the ADC clip point. The block diagram for the AD9864 is shown in Figure 1-2 below. At IF levels exceeding –26 dBm into U0600, the 2nd LO synthesizer internal to U0600 can be pulled, causing corruption of the I/Q data being delivered to the DSP. MXOP MXON IF2P IF2N GCP GCN

AD9864

AGC -16dB

IFIN

LNA

Σ-Δ ADC

DECIMATION FILTER

FORMATTING/SSI

DOUTA DOUTB FS CLKOUT

FREF CONTROL LOGIC LO SYN

IOUTL

VOLTAGE REFERENCE

CLK SYN

LOP LON LO VCO AND LOOP FILTER

IOUTC

CLKP

CLKN VREFP VCM VREFN

SPI

PC PD PE

LOOP FILTER

Figure 1-2 AD9864 Block Diagram

VHF (136-174 MHz) Receiver Circuitry

1-3

The Abacus III accepts the 44.85 MHz signal, processes it, and sends out baseband I/Q data in 16-bit format to the DSP at a 20 kHz rate. Internal to the Abacus III is an LNA and 16 dB FE attenuator, an internal integer-N synthesizer used to control the external 2nd LO VCO, a Sigma-Delta ADC and decimation filter, and control and formatting logic for outputting the baseband I/Q data. External to U0600 is the 2nd LO VCO with active device Q0600 and its associated circuitry including the loop filter consisting of C0613, C0618, and R0603. The 2nd LO mixes the 44.85 MHz IF signal down to 2.25 MHz before being input to the ADC where it is sampled. The tank circuit (L0608, C0605, C0642, R0617) and varactor (D0601) for the internal clock synthesizer, work with the loop filter (R0618, C0643, C0646) to provide the 18 MHz clocking signal to the internal ADC, decimation filter, and SSI formatting circuitry. A 3 Volt regulator (U0601) provides a clean 3 Volt supply to U0600. Transistor Q0601 is configured as a super filter to provide the 2nd LO transistor with a low noise supply. The reference clock for U0600 is 16.8_REF, which is a buffered (Q0100) 16.8 MHz clock from the synthesizer block. Shown below in Figure 1-3, is the block diagram of the signal flow through the receiver back-end. All the blocks within the dotted box represent the DSP software algorithms internal to U1000.

44.85 MHz IF

AD9864 Hi SPEED ADC

FIR

FM DISCRIMINATOR

ANALOG AUDIO GAIN STAGES

DEEMPHASIS

ΣΔ

SPEAKER

DAC

DSP ANALOG FM MODE

44.85 MHz IF

AD9864 Hi SPEED ADC

FIR

FM DISCRIMINATOR

4-FSK SYMBOL RECOVERY

ΣΔ

AMBE+2 TM VOCODER

ANALOG AUDIO GAIN STAGES

SPEAKER

DAC

DSP DIGITAL 4FSK MODE

Figure 1-3 Signal Flow through Receiver Back-End The DSP takes the incoming 20 kHz data-stream and passes the information through an FIR (Finite Impulse Response) filter, which provides rejection from any in-band adjacent channel interference. The remaining filter data is then sent through a decimation process further reducing its frequency to 8 kHz. Depending on whether the radio is in Analog or Digital mode determines the kind of signal processing used. If the radio is in Analog mode, the remaining 8 kHz data is sent through the FM Discriminator and De-emphasis subroutines in the DSP code. If the radio is in Digital mode, the remaining 8 kHz data is still sent through the FM Discriminator but an additional Symbol Recovery routine is applied along with a standard AMBE+2™ Vocoder process. The resultant audio (still represented by high-speed data) is sent to a DAC (U3200), which drives several gain stages. These gain stages consist of an I2C audio attenuator (U3501) and a high-power audio PA (U3500) providing the user with at least 3 Watts of power through the internal speaker.

1-4

VHF (136-174 MHz) Transmitter Circuitry - 25 Watt

3.0

VHF (136-174 MHz) Transmitter Circuitry - 25 Watt The Transmitter consists of the power amplifier circuitry and the power control circuitry. The power amplifier is responsible for delivering a faithful replica of the VCO output amplified up to the desired output power level, free from distortion. The power control circuitry is responsible for ensuring that the desired output power level is maintained in both analog and digital modes, as well as protecting the power amplifier from damage due to heat, antenna mismatch, out-of-range battery voltage, or mis-assembly. 9V3_TX

9V3_TX

ANT_ENABLE

LDMOS Predriver RD01MUS1

ANT_ENABLE

A+

LDMOS Driver RD07MVS1

Microstrip Dual Directional Coupler

Harmonic Filter TX Port

tch Ma

tch Ma

tch Ma

tch Ma

TX_INJ CW/4 FSK +7dBm INPUT FROM VCO

9V3_TX

Pad

T/ R Switch

RX Port To FE

Forward Port

Reflected Port

SW_9V1

FINAL_BIAS

+

To Pressure Pad Switch

To Pressure Pad Switch

Thermal Cutback

To Pressure Pad Switch

Voltage Controlled Variable Attenuator

9V3 To Predriver P res s ure P ad Clos es S witc h

PA_ENABLE

To Driver

9V3

SW_9V1

- 5 dBm

V _CONTROL

To Final

(nominal) VCONT VIN

+5 VOUT

+5V Regulator

Pressure Pad Switch

VAPC

AD8315

VPOS ENBL

FLTR

RF IN VSET COMM

TX_DAC Active Reconstruction Filter

Log Amp Controller

Figure 1-4 VHF 25 Watt Low-Power Transmitter Detailed Block Diagram

3.1

Power Amplifier The radio’s 25 Watt power amplifier (PA) is a 3-stage amplifier, which amplifies the output of the VCO to the required transmit power level. The first stage is an adjustable gain LDMOS pre-driver (RD01MUS1, Q0705), followed by an adjustable gain LDMOS driver (RD07MVS1, Q0703), and the fixed-gain LDMOS final device (MRF1535, Q0702). A transmit/receive (TR) switch and a harmonic filter complete the transmit lineup.

3.2

Pre-Driver Stage Pre-driver is a low power LDMOS device (RD01MUS1, Q0705), which delivers up to +27 dBm power to the driver stage. Its gain is controlled by varying the gate bias voltage and varies from low gain up to approximately 14 dB power gain. The gate bias voltage is controlled with the V_cont signal and is controlled in parallel with the driver stage gain. The input match to this stage is a high-pass topology comprised of L0716, L0718, and C0795. (High-pass matches are used where appropriate to minimize the chances of low frequency regeneration within the amplifier.) The inter-stage match between the pre-driver and driver stages is comprised of C0790, C0786, C0791, C0792, L0717, and L0719 arranged in a high-pass topology.

VHF (136-174 MHz) Transmitter Circuitry - 25 Watt

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Additional footprints are provided on the printed circuit board to allow for possible engineering optimizations to this match. These are non-populated parts C0793, C0794, C0817, C0820, and C0821.

3.3

Driver Stage The next stage is a medium-power LDMOS device (RD07MVS1, Q0703), which delivers up to +38 dBm to the final device. Its gain is controlled by varying the gate bias voltage and varies from low gain up to approximately 10 dB power gain. The gate bias voltage is controlled with the V_cont signal and is controlled in parallel with the pre-driver stage gain. R0718, R0720, R0754, and R0755 are required to improve the bandwidth of the driver stage. The inter-stage match between the driver and final device is comprised of C0819, C0746, C0754, C0745, and associated micro-strips on the PCB. Additional footprints are provided on the printed circuit board to allow for possible engineering optimizations to this match. These are non-populated parts C0753, C0755 and C0752.

3.4

Final Stage The final stage is a high-power LDMOS device (MRF1535, Q0702). The package is mounted to a copper carrier to improve thermal conductivity to the chassis and also to more tightly control the RF load, allowing higher and more consistent maximum output power. This stage is biased at a quiescent current of 100 mA and operates with a fixed-gain of approximately 14 dB, allowing the radio to be set to a maximum output power of 35 Watts. The quiescent current is set by adjusting the Final_Bias signal. The output match consists of C0719, C0720, C0721, C0726, C0727, C0741, C0724, C0725 and L0714 and the associated microstrip line on the PCB. The output matching circuitry of this stage has extremely critical part location requirements. Any repairs must be done with care to ensure the replaced components are placed accurately and properly soldered. Of particular concern are the output matching capacitors, C0719, C0720, C0721, C0726, and C0727. The resistor networks at the input of each of the final elements are required to improve the bandwidth of the circuit. These resistors are R0712, R0716, R0717, R0719, R0721, R0726, R0732, R0733, R0734, R0736, R0737, and R0739. Additional footprints are provided on the printed circuit board to allow for possible engineering optimizations to this match. These are non-populated parts C0722, C0729, and C0730. If the final device is replaced, the bias voltage must be re-tuned using the Customer Programming Software (CPS). Care must be taken not to damage the device by exceeding the maximum allowed quiescent current. The maximum allowable current is 500 mA, but the design is optimized for 100 mA as noted earlier. The device can tolerate up to 5 Amps for brief periods of time without damage.

3.5

Antenna Switch The Antenna Switch (TR switch) has two modes of operation, transmit and receive. Transmit mode: The antenna switch utilizes the existing dc feed (A+) to the final stage device (Q0702). Both PIN diodes, D0700 and D0702, are turned on during key-up by forward biasing them. Forward biasing is achieved by pulling down the voltage at the cathode end of D0702 to around 12.2 Volts (0.7 Volt drop across each diode). Q0704 is configured as a current sink that maintains the current through the antenna switch diodes at 100 mA, as set by VR0700 and R0738. The current sink is enabled

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VHF (136-174 MHz) Transmitter Circuitry - 25 Watt

during transmit mode by ANT_ENABLE asserting thru Q0706 and associated circuitry. When the PIN diodes are conducting, an RF ground is formed at the anode of the lower PIN diode D0702, which places the series L0710 and L0724 in parallel with C0803. The values of L0710, L0724, and C0803 are chosen so that they are in parallel resonance at the center of the transmit band, making them appear as an open-circuit so that a 50 ohm power path is maintained thru the top PIN diode to the harmonic filter. To further attenuate the Tx signal from getting to the Rx front-end, a PIN diode pair (D0703) is placed in the Rx path separated from the D0702 short by a quarter wave inductor (L0730 & L0731). This diode pair shorts to ground in transmit mode so that the receiver sees as little transmitter power as possible. Receive mode: The DC current thru the PIN diodes is interrupted by turning off the current sink. The RF path now flows from the Harmonic Filter thru the matching circuit formed by C0803, L0710, and L0724, then to pi network C0766, L0730, L0731, and C0772. The additional shunt diodes (D0703) will be high impedance since no bias current is flowing from the switched Tx power line.

3.6

Harmonic Filter Inductors L0720, L0721, L0706, L0707, L0708, L0709, L0722, and L0723, and capacitors C0742, C0739, C0740, C0735, and C0750, form a harmonic filter which is a 7th order low-pass filter with two notches; this is used to attenuate harmonic energy from the transmitter before it reaches the antenna. The harmonic filter also prevents high-level RF signals above the receiver passband from reaching the receiver circuits, improving spurious response rejection. R0713 and L0728 are used to drain any electrostatic charges that might otherwise build up on the antenna.

3.7

Directional Coupler The dual directional microstrip coupler is implemented at the harmonic filter output to sample both forward and reverse directed transmitter power. RF power from the transmitter PA passes through the microstrip coupler before reaching the antenna. Forward RF power is coupled to the U0940 log detector / controller via the voltage controlled attenuator (VCA) stage consisting of pin diodes D0901, D0902, and D0903. The log detector/controller regulates the gain of PA stages Q0703 and Q0705 (via V_cont) as necessary, thus ensuring that the forward power out of the radio is held to a constant value. The directional coupler functions not only as part of the transmitter power regulation circuit but also as part of the VSWR load detection circuitry. Its physical location close to the antenna connector allows accurate VSWR sense at the transmitter output. Forward and reverse coupled signals are rectified by D0904 and D0905, respectively. Resulting DC voltage FWD_DETECTED is proportional to RF power while REV_DETECTED is proportional to reflected RF power. The detected voltages are fed to the respective inputs of difference amplifier U0901. The difference amplifier output is applied to variable attenuator control stage U0900-1. An abnormally high reflected power level, such as may be caused by a damaged antenna, also causes an increase in the difference amplifier output voltage. An increased difference amplifier output causes a reduction in attenuation by the VCA. As a result, the increased RF signal applied to the log detector/controller causes the controller to reduce the gain of PA stages Q0703 and Q0705. Transmitter power is thus reduced to prevent damage to the final device due to an improper load.

VHF (136-174 MHz) Transmitter Circuitry - 25 Watt

3.8

1-7

Power Control The transmitter uses PA controller IC, U0940, to control the power output of the radio. A portion of the forward RF power from the transmitter is sampled by the directional coupler and delivered via the VCA to the RFIN port of the PA controller IC (pin 1). The PA controller, a log detector type, provides temperature-stable, high accuracy control over a typical 50 dB dynamic range. The MAKO IC contains a digital-to-analog converter (DAC), which provides a reference voltage (TX_DAC) at the input of reconstruction filter stage U0900-2. The filtered reference voltage at the output of U0900-2 is divided by the combination of R0942 and R0946 before reaching the VSET input of the PA controller IC (pin 3). Thermistor RT0953 is used in combination with R0954 to compensate reference voltage drift at operating temperature extremes. Reference voltage level is programmable through the SPI lines of the MAKO. This reference voltage is proportional to the desired power setting of the transmitter, and is factory programmed at several points across the frequency range of the transmitter to offset frequency response variations of the transmitter's coupled power circuits. The PA controller IC provides a DC output voltage at pin 7 (VAPC), which is divided to provide gate bias for PA pre-driver and driver stages. The 0 to 5 VDC range at U0940 pin 7, is applied as V_CONTROL to power-adjust the transmitter by controlling the gate bias of stages Q0703 and Q0705. Voltage divider combination R0727 and R0728 provide gate bias to Q0703 while divider combination R0750 and R0751 provide gate bias to Q0705. This adjusts the transmitter power output to the intended value. The ratios of each of these resistor dividers are chosen to ensure that Q0703 and Q0705 are both running at their nominal design condition at rated output power. Variations in sampled forward transmitter power cause the PA controller IC to adjust the control voltage above or below its nominal value to raise or lower output power in order to maintain transmitter output power relative to the reference voltage applied to VSET. A power control attenuator circuit was added to the 25 Watt transmitter circuitry in order to extend the range of the RF detection in the RF detector at low-power levels. This enables the power control loop to close at lower relative power levels and is needed because of the greater relative power-set range (1-25 Watt, 14 dB). The PC_ATTEN_ENA activation threshold is set in software for operation at lower power levels, typically 1-5 Watt. When the PC_ATTEN_ENA is activated, the VCA is driven to its minimum attenuation level, which increases the RF level at the AD8315 (U0940) for a given transmitter power level. The radio software adjusts the K&M tuning accordingly such that proper power-set is maintained at operating powers both above and below the activation threshold point.

3.9

Power Ramp Profile Control In order to limit transient adjacent channel power at the transmitter's output, the ramped power should follow a raised-cosine profile. The PA controller IC has a linear slope function when scaled in dB/V. To achieve the desired raised-cosine profile of the output power, the ramped reference voltage provided by the MAKO DAC follows a raised-cosine approximation. The MAKO DAC reference output is low-pass filtered by the DAC reconstruction filter before it is applied to the VSET input of the PA controller IC. Reconstruction filtering reduces spurious emissions in the RF spectrum as a result of the finite steps of the DAC. Loop filter capacitor C0926, in conjunction with resistor R0950 and the integrator within the PA controller IC, control the loop dynamics. Loop dynamics have been optimized to achieve sufficient speed to follow the required ramping profiles while meeting switching transient requirements over varied power levels. Accurate control of the power-rise (ramp-up) and power-decay (ramp-down) characteristics minimizes splatter into adjacent channels.

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3.10

Frequency Generation Circuitry

Load Dump Protection In order to protect the transmitter line-up in the case where extremely high voltage spike occurs, a simple load dump protection circuit is implemented. This circuit is placed at the gate of PA stage Q0703 and consists of resistors R0980, R0981, R0982 and transistor Q0710. When high voltage spike (>29.9 V_) is sensed at power supply (A+), the base-to-emitter voltage VBE of this transistor will be above threshold voltage and this will cause the transistor to turn on. The VBE is controlled by a combination of R0980 and R0981 which form a voltage divider circuit. When Q0710 is turned on, it will drain the current from PA stage Q0703 via R0982 and thus preventing the transmission of power and keep the transmitter line-up from any damage.

3.11

Thermal Protection Thermistor RT0908 and R0902 form a voltage divider with the output proportional to the sensed circuit board temperature in the vicinity of the transmitter driver and final devices. The voltage divider output is routed to operational amplifier U0901-2, which provides a dc voltage via diode junction D0900 to control the attenuation level of the VCA stage. For the condition that the temperature threshold set by resistive divider combination R0901 and R0909 is reached, the VCA is driven to increase the RFIN signal at the PA controller IC (pin 1). This increase will cause the PA controller IC to adjust the PA control voltage below its nominal value to decrease transmitter output power. The temperature will be reduced by lowering transmitter output power relative to the reference voltage applied to VSET.

3.12

Out-of-Range Battery Protection Transmitter power cutback, under extended battery supply voltage operation, is provided for by monitoring the battery supply in the controller circuit of the radio in order to change the VSET input of the PA controller IC (pin 3) for reduced transmitter output. This cutback starts when the battery voltage at the connector is 15.3 Volts or greater and has a 2 dB/V slope. In addition, a second low battery detect circuit is implemented in hardware. This hardware cutback forces a 1.2 dB drop in RF power level when the battery voltage drops below 12 Volts.

3.13

Pressure Pad Switch The power control circuitry includes a safety switch (S0700) that consists of a conductive portion of the rubber pad which pushes the RF final transistor Q0702 against the chassis. When the chassis cover and rubber pad are properly assembled, the conductive portion of the pad contacts a pattern on the circuit board, electrically closing switch S0700. If the cover and pad are not in place, switch S0700 is open-circuited and the power control circuit is disabled, turning off the gate bias to Q0702, Q0703, and Q0705. This prevents thermal damage of the RF transistors which might occur if the transmitter is operated without adequate heat sinking.

4.0

Frequency Generation Circuitry The synthesizer subsystem consists of the reference oscillator (Y0100), the fractional-N Synthesizer IC (Tomahawk II, U0100), and the Voltage Controlled Oscillator VCO.

Frequency Generation Circuitry

4.1

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Reference Oscillator The reference oscillator (Y0100) contains a temperature compensated crystal oscillator with a frequency of 16.8 MHz. A digital-to-analog (DAC) converter internal to U0100 (Tomahawk) and controlled by the microprocessor via serial interface (SPI), sets the voltage at the AUX_DAC output of U0100 (pin H6) to set the frequency of the oscillator. The output of the oscillator (pin 3 of Y0100) is applied to pin K5 (XOSC_BASE) of U0100.

4.2

Fractional-N Synthesizer The Tomahawk II Synthesizer IC (U0100) consists of a pre-scaler, a programmable divider and divider control logic, phase detector, charge pump, a D/A converter in the high frequency analog modulation path, an attenuator to balance the high and low frequency modulation paths, a serial interface for control (SPI), a serial interface for modulation (SSI), and a super filter for the regulated 2.45 Volts.

SPI

SSI (Modulation )

D10

Data Read

D9

Data Write

C11

Clock

D8

CEX

F11

Data

F10

Clock

F9

Fsync

H2,J3

TOMAHAWK II

SPI Interface

Fractional -N Synthesizer (U0100)

A5,A10,B2,B9, G2,J4,J6,J10, K2,L6 B7,E11,G10,J1

Waveform Generator

Modulation Unit

Digital Attenuator

DS 18-bit

Super Filter

J2

PRSC

1.875V Dig

16.8MHz REF

J11 Buffer

Fractional Unit

D/A

Reference Divider

VCO TX / LO

2.775 V Ana

SF _OUT

K4

Buffer HP MOD

2.775V Dig

SSI Interface

2.775V Ana

K8

5V

A7

Prescaler

K5

Main Divider AUX D/A Main Phase/Freq. Detector And Charge Pumps

G3 H1

H6

TCXO (16.8MHz)

D7

Main _CP

LOCK DETECT

Adapt _CP Loop Filter

Figure 1-5 VHF Synthesizer Block Diagram A voltage of 2.775 Volts applied to the super filter input (U0100 pin J4) supplies an output voltage of 2.45 VDC (SF_OUT) at pin K4. This supplies the VCO and the VCO modulation bias circuit (via R0321). The super filter supply voltage is provided by the 2.775 Volt regulator within U3200. The synthesizer is also supplied by the 5 Volt regulator, U3002, another 2.775 Volt regulator within U3200, and a 1.875 Volt regulator within U3200.

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The output signal LOCK (U0100-D7) provides information about the lock status of the synthesizer loop. A high level at this output indicates a stable loop. A discrete buffer amplifier (Q0100) provides a buffered 16.8 MHz reference frequency to other parts of the radio. The serial programming interface (SPI) is connected to the microprocessor via the data lines SPI_DW (U0100-D9) and SPI_DR (U0100-D10), clock line SPI_CLK (U0100-C11), and chip enable line CEX (U0100-D8). The serial modulation interface (SSI) is connected to the DSP via the data line SDTX (U0100-F11), clock line TXCLK (U0100-F10), and frame sync line SFTX (U0100-F9).

4.3

Voltage Controlled Oscillator (VCO) The Voltage Controlled Oscillator (VCO) subsystem consists of three Colpitts oscillators (two Rx and one Tx), a single-stage Tx buffer amplifier, a single-stage Rx buffer amplifier, oscillator bias control switches, and the modulation circuitry.

VHF VCO Subsystem 9V3_VCO High Port Modulation (HP_MOD_OUT) (U0100 -K8)

(U3001 -5)

TX_VCO_SEL 1 (U0100 -E5)

TX INJ

TX Buffer Amp

TX VCO 1

Prescaler (U0100 -J2)

To U0700

Low Pass Filter RX_VCO_SEL 1 (U0100 -B4) 9R1 (Q0107 )

Steering Line Voltage (VCTRL) RX VCO 1

RX INJ RX_VCO_SEL 2 (U0100 -H8)

RX Buffer Amp

To Q0405

RX VCO 2

Figure 1-6 VHF VCO Block Diagram The VHF Rx VCO design incorporates two varactor-tunable Colpitts oscillators. Each Rx oscillator has a tuning range of 19 MHz, sufficient to cover the Rx frequency range of 180.85 MHz to 218.85 MHz. A single Tx oscillator covers the frequency range of 136 MHz to 174 MHz. The oscillators resonate at fundamental operating frequencies. Three (active-low logic) general purpose output lines (GPO1, GPO3, and GPO6) from the Tomahawk IC (U0100-B4, E5, and H8) provide the control for independent bias selection to each oscillator (VCO_SEL) via the PNP transistor switches U0304 and U0201. The 2.45 Volt super filtered output, SF_OUT, of the Tomahawk IC (U0100-K4) supplies the bias to the oscillators. A portion of the VCO output signal is lightly coupled through coupling capacitors C0331 and C0231, routed through a low-pass filter (formed by L0221, C0235, L0230, C0265, and C0233), and fed back to the M_PRSC input of the Tomahawk IC (U0100-J2).

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High-port modulation is scaled through a voltage divider (comprised of R0319, R0320, and R0321) and applied to the Tx modulation varactor diode CR0300. The Tx VCO frequency is modulated via coupling capacitor C0310. A discrete single-stage Tx buffer amplifier (comprised of the NPN transistor Q0302 and surrounding components) amplifies the signal from the Tx oscillator to the level required by the first stage of the Transmitter Power Amplifier (U0700). The Tx buffer amplifier also provides sufficient isolation from any undesired load-pulling from the Transmitter Power Amplifier. The bias for Q0302 is provided by the 9.3 Volt regulator U3001. A discrete single-stage Rx buffer amplifier (comprised of the NPN transistor Q0202 and surrounding components) amplifies the signal from the Rx oscillator to the level required by the LO injection amplifier (Q0405). The Rx buffer amplifier also provides sufficient isolation from any undesired load-pulling from high input levels in the receiver front-end. GPO4 from the Tomahawk IC (U0100-D4) controls the transistor switch (comprised of Q0108 and Q0107), that enables the 9.1 Volt bias to Q0202 (via the 9.3 Volt regulator U3001).

4.4

Synthesizer Operation The complete synthesizer subsystem is comprised mainly of the Tomahawk Synthesizer IC, Reference Oscillator (crystal oscillator with temperature compensation), loop filter circuitry, VCO, and DC supplies. The VCO feedback signal, PRSC, is fed to pin J2 of U0100 (M_PRSC) via a low-pass filter (L0221, C0235, L0230, C0265 and C0233) which attenuates harmonics and provides the correct level to close the phase-locked loop. The prescaler in the Synthesizer IC (U0100) is a four-level prescaler capable of dividing by 4, 5, 6, and 7. The main loop N divider is configured to be an 8-bit divider. The divide-by-N portion of the main loop is set via the SPI. The fractional portion of the divider is realized using a 3-accumulator, 24-bit fractional divider. The SPI is used to set the desired divide ratio. The output of the prescaler is applied to the main loop divider. The output of the main divider is sent to the phase/frequency detector, which compares the main divider’s output signal with the reference signal. The reference signal is generated by dividing down the signal of the reference oscillator (Y0100). The output signal of the phase/frequency detector is a pulsed signal which is routed to the charge pumps. The main charge pump current is programmable through the SPI with its output at pin G3 of U0100 (MN_CP). The loop filter transforms this current into a steering voltage that is applied to the VCO. To reduce lock time when new frequency data has been loaded into the synthesizer, an adapt charge pump, providing much greater current than the main charge pump, is turned on for a finite amount of time to quickly charge or discharge the loop filter capacitors to steer the VCO to the desired frequency. The output of the adapt charge pump passes to the loop filter via pin H1 of U0100 (MN_ADAPT_CP). When the synthesizer is within the lock range and the adapt timer runs out, the adapt charge pump is powered down and the main charge pump takes over. A settled synthesizer loop is indicated by a high level at signal LOCK (U0100-D7), which is routed to the microprocessor. Q0102 is configured as a current source to provide a steady 1.5 mA during the adapt period. U0101 is an analog switch that opens the adapt path slightly before the end of the adapt period to prevent the current from the current source from pushing the VCO off frequency.

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Modulation is performed by applying a digital data stream via the SSI bus from the DSP (U1000) to the synthesizer (U0100). In order to meet spurious and phase noise requirements, the PLL bandwidth was designed to be narrower than the full modulation bandwidth, therefore requiring the use of dual-port modulation. Internal to the synthesizer (U0100), low-port modulation is added to the fractional-N division numerator to trace out the modulation versus time while the high-port data stream passes through an interpolating waveform generator, a digital attenuator (for modulation balancing), and then is converted to an analog signal through a 10-bit DAC before modulating the VCO. This high-port analog modulation output (HP_MOD_OUT, U0100-K8) is connected to the VCO modulation varactor diode (CR0300) via C0360 and R0319.

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Section 2 TROUBLESHOOTING CHARTS 1.0

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver (Sheet 1 of 3)

NO RX AUDIO

Set up radio in Analog Receive mode on desired channel with Squelch open

Yes

Audio at pin 6 of U3505?

Audio at pin 10 of U3501?

No Spray or inject 44.85 MHz RF carrier modulated with 1 kHz Audio Tone into XTAL Filter FL0500

Audio Tone present at Speaker?

Volume level adjusted properly?

No

Yes

No

Yes

B No

No

Audio at pin 1 of U3501?

Verify audio path to U3501

Yes Audio at pin 4 of U3500? Place unit into "Test Mode" by pressing on control head five times. Use the channel button to set channel to F1 (136.075 MHz). Apply an on-channel RF carrier at -47 dBm modulated with 1 kHz tone at the antenna port.

1st LO (180.925 MHz) > +16 dBm at TP0401?

Yes

Check connections to external speaker and replace speaker if necessary

Audio at pin 1 of U3500?

Yes

Check biasing before replacing U3500

No

Verify audio path between U3500 and pin 1 of U3501

1st LO > +2 dBm at R0422?

No

No

Check VCO Troubleshooting Flow Chart

Yes

Yes RF level of on-channel signal > -45 dBm on pin 4 of T0401?

No

Yes Check T0400 and D0405 and replace if necessary

9 VDC present at R0417?

Yes Check biasing on Q0405 before replacing

No No

A

Check 9R1 path back to Synthesizer

Yes

Check U3501 bias and replace part if necessary

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1.1

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver (Sheet 2 of 3) A

Voltage level > 2.7 VDC on D0401?

+9.0 VDC on pin 4 of Q0403?

No

No

Check Synthesizer Troubleshooting Flow Chart

No

Check biasing circuitry of Q0400 before replacing

Yes

Yes

RF level of on-channel Signal > -45 dBm at C0420?

Voltage < 0.5 VDC at pin 2 of Q0400?

No

Is voltage at R0409 = 0.7 VDC?

Yes Yes

Check D0403 and associated capacitors for opens and shorts and replace if necessary

Check biasing on Q0403 before replacing

Check circuitry around D0401 and D0403 for shorts and opens

Yes

Yes

~ 6.8 VDC at L0400/D0400?

No

No

Check biasing circuitry of Q0401 and Q0402 before replacing

Check biasing circuitry of Q0402 before replacing

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver

1.2

2-3

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver (Sheet 3 of 3) B

16.8 MHz present at C0622?

No

3.0 VDC on pin 1 of U0601?

Check Synthesizer Troubleshooting Flow Chart

No

Check Controller Troubleshooting Flow Chart

5.0No VDC at E0610?

Check biasing on U0601 before replacing

Yes

Yes Yes

2nd LO > 0 dBm and at 42.6 MHz at TP0600?

3.5 VDC at E0609?

No

Yes

Remove Shield SH0500. Check biasing on Q0600 and check continuity on D0600. Replace parts if necessary.

No Check biasing on Q0601 before replacing

Yes

18 MHz present at L0608?

No

~ 1.65 VDC on R0617?

No

Check diode continuity before replacing D0601

44.85 MHz present at TP0602?

No

Biasing correct on Q0500 and Q0501?

Replace components as needed

No

Check 5 VDC supply and biasing components before replacing Q0500 or Q0501

Yes

Yes

44.85 MHz present at pin 6 of FL0500?

No

Yes

No

~ 3.0 VDC on L0604 and L0605?

Yes

Check FL0500 matching components before replacing

Check signal gain and biasing before replacing Q0500 or Q0501

Yes

2.25 MHz present at C0625?

Yes

No

Yes

Yes

Clock VCO and LF components OK?

No

Check biasing components and 3 VDC supply. Replace any parts if necessary.

DC continuity through biasing components E0600 - E0610?

No

Yes Check for visible solder shorts near pins before replacing U0600

Replace defective biasing component

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Troubleshooting Flow Chart for 25W Transmitter

2.0

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for 25W Transmitter NO TRANSMITTER POWER

Is TP0909 >1 VDC?

No

No

Check 9.3 V Regulator circuit

Is TP0913 = 9.1 VDC?

Yes

Does TP0702 = 9.3 VDC?

No Check 9V3_PA Regulator in Controller Troubleshooting Flow Chart

Yes

Is D0702 ~12.4 VDC?

No Check T/R bias circuit

Is resistance to ground at Q0702 TP0707 > 10 kohms?

Yes Yes

No

Check 5 V Regulator circuit

Is U0941 Pin1 = 5 VDC?

Yes

is TP0707 ~2.2 VDC?

No

Is Pressure Pad Switch in place?

Yes

No Check Bias Set Circuit; bias tune

No

Yes

Yes

Replace Q0702

Place Switch or R0775 Is voltage at TP TX_RAMP_DAC in controller > 3 VDC?

No

Check MAKO Troubleshooting Flow Chart

Yes

Is Power at TP0704 ~ -6 dBm?

No

Is TP0703 -11 dBm?

Yes Replace U0700

Yes No Check VCO Troubleshooting Flow Chart

Check U0900-2 and associated circuitry

No

Is Voltage at TP0910 > 1 VDC?

Yes

Replace U0940

Is Power at TP0709 ~14 dB > TP0710?

No

Check Q0705 and associated circuitry

Yes

Is Power at TP0702 ~10 dB > TP0709 ?

No

Check Q0703 and associated circuitry

Yes

Is Power at D0700 ~10 dB > TP0702?

No

Check Q0702 and associated circuitry

Yes Measure relative power through the remainder of TR switch and LPF to find open circuit. Perform visual inspection of circuit.

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Synthesizer

3.0

2-5

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Synthesizer Start

Visual check of the Board OK?

NO

Correct Problem

YES +2.45 V at C0137 (SF_OUT)? +5 V at R0100?

NO

Check 5 V Regulator U3002

NO

YES

Are C0136, C0137 OK?

YES

Replace U0100

NO

YES

+2.775 V at R0101 and R0103?

Replace or resolder components NO

Check U3200

1.5 ms pulse at TP_ADAPT_SW when channel changed?

YES

+1.875 V at R0102?

NO

Check U3200

1.5 ms (inverted) pulse at R2517 when channel changed?

NO

YES

Check P U1000 Troubleshooting Chart

YES

Check Q0106, R0159

YES

Is 16.8 MHz Signal at C0145?

NO

NO

Check Y0100

YES

Is 16.8 MHz Signal at R0155?

NO

Is 16.8 MHz Signal at R0109?

NO

Is RF Prescaler level (at C0265) between 100 mVpk and 300 mVpk (harmonics +16 dBm at TP0401?

Yes

Check connections to external speaker and replace speaker if necessary

Audio at pin 1 of U3500?

Yes

Check biasing before replacing U3500

No

Verify audio path between U3500 and pin 1 of U3501

1st LO > +2 dBm at R0422?

No

No

Check VCO Troubleshooting Flow Chart

Yes

Yes RF level of on-channel signal > -45 dBm on pin 4 of T0401?

No

Yes Check T0400 and D0405 and replace if necessary

9 VDC present at R0417?

Yes Check biasing on Q0405 before replacing

No No

A

Check 9R1 path back to Synthesizer

Yes

Check U3501 bias and replace part if necessary

2-2

1.1

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver (Sheet 2 of 3) A

Voltage level > 2.7 VDC on D0401?

+9.0 VDC on pin 4 of Q0403?

No

No

Check Synthesizer Troubleshooting Flow Chart

No

Check biasing circuitry of Q0400 before replacing

Yes

Yes

RF level of on-channel Signal > -45 dBm at C0420?

Voltage < 0.5 VDC at pin 2 of Q0400?

No

Is voltage at R0409 = 0.7 VDC?

Yes Yes

Check D0403 and associated capacitors for opens and shorts and replace if necessary

Check biasing on Q0403 before replacing

Check circuitry around D0401 and D0403 for shorts and opens

Yes

Yes

~ 6.8 VDC at L0400/D0400?

No

No

Check biasing circuitry of Q0401 and Q0402 before replacing

Check biasing circuitry of Q0402 before replacing

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver

1.2

2-3

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver (Sheet 3 of 3) B

16.8 MHz present at C0622?

No

3.0 VDC on pin 1 of U0601?

Check Synthesizer Troubleshooting Flow Chart

No

Check Controller Troubleshooting Flow Chart

5.0No VDC at E0610?

Check biasing on U0601 before replacing

Yes

Yes Yes

2nd LO > 0 dBm and at 42.6 MHz at TP0600?

3.5 VDC at E0609?

No

Yes

Remove Shield SH0500. Check biasing on Q0600 and check continuity on D0600. Replace parts if necessary.

No Check biasing on Q0601 before replacing

Yes

18 MHz present at L0608?

No

~ 1.65 VDC on R0617?

No

Check diode continuity before replacing D0601

44.85 MHz present at TP0602?

No

Biasing correct on Q0500 and Q0501?

Replace components as needed

No

Check 5 VDC supply and biasing components before replacing Q0500 or Q0501

Yes

Yes

44.85 MHz present at pin 6 of FL0500?

No

Yes

No

~ 3.0 VDC on L0604 and L0605?

Yes

Check FL0500 matching components before replacing

Check signal gain and biasing before replacing Q0500 or Q0501

Yes

2.25 MHz present at C0625?

Yes

No

Yes

Yes

Clock VCO and LF components OK?

No

Check biasing components and 3 VDC supply. Replace any parts if necessary.

DC continuity through biasing components E0600 - E0610?

No

Yes Check for visible solder shorts near pins before replacing U0600

Replace defective biasing component

2-4

2.0

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for 45W Transmitter

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for 45W Transmitter NO TRANSMITTER POWER

Is TP0909 >1 VDC?

No

No

Check 9.3 V Regulator circuit

Is TP0913 = 9.1 VDC?

Yes

Does TP0702 = 9.3 VDC?

No Check 9V3_PA Regulator in Controller Troubleshooting Flow Chart

Yes

Is D0702 ~12.4 VDC?

No Check T/R bias circuit

Is resistance to ground at Q0702 TP0707 > 10 kohms?

Yes Yes

No

Check 5 V Regulator circuit

Is U0941 Pin1 = 5 VDC?

Yes

is TP0707 ~2.2 VDC?

No

Is Pressure Pad Switch in place?

Yes

No Check Bias Set Circuit; bias tune

No

Yes

Yes

Replace Q0702

Place Switch or R0775 Is voltage at TP TX_RAMP_DAC in controller > 3 VDC?

No

Check MAKO Troubleshooting Flow Chart

Yes

Is Power at TP0704 ~ +4 dBm?

No

Is TP0703 -11 dBm?

Yes Replace U0700

Yes No Check VCO Troubleshooting Flow Chart

Check U0900-2 and associated circuitry

No

Is Voltage at TP0910 > 1 VDC?

Yes

Replace U0940

Is Power at TP0709 ~14 dB > TP0710?

No

Check Q0705 and associated circuitry

Yes

Is Power at TP0702 ~10 dB > TP0709 ?

No

Check Q0703 and associated circuitry

Yes

Is Power at D0700 ~10 dB > TP0702?

No

Check Q0702 and associated circuitry

Yes Measure relative power through the remainder of TR switch and LPF to find open circuit. Perform visual inspection of circuit.

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Synthesizer

3.0

2-5

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Synthesizer Start

Visual check of the Board OK?

NO

Correct Problem

YES +2.45 V at C0137 (SF_OUT)? +5 V at R0100?

NO

Check 5 V Regulator U3002

NO

YES

Are C0136, C0137 OK?

YES

Replace U0100

NO

YES

+2.775 V at R0101 and R0103?

Replace or resolder components NO

Check U3200

1.5 ms pulse at TP_ADAPT_SW when channel changed?

YES

+1.875 V at R0102?

NO

Check U3200

1.5 ms (inverted) pulse at R2517 when channel changed?

NO

YES

Check P U1000 Troubleshooting Chart

YES

Check Q0106, R0159

YES

Is 16.8 MHz Signal at C0145?

NO

NO

Check Y0100

YES

Is 16.8 MHz Signal at R0155?

NO

Is 16.8 MHz Signal at R0109?

NO

Is RF Prescaler level (at C0265) between 100 mVpk and 300 mVpk (harmonics +16 dBm at TP0401?

Yes

Check connections to external speaker and replace speaker if necessary

Audio at pin 1 of U3500?

Yes

Check biasing before replacing U3500

No

Verify audio path between U3500 and pin 1 of U3501

1st LO > +5 dBm at R0422?

No

No

Check VCO Troubleshooting Flow Chart

Yes

Yes RF level of on-channel signal > -45 dBm on pin 4 of T0401?

No

Yes

Check T0400 and D0405 and replace if necessary

9 VDC present at R0417?

Yes

Check biasing on Q0405 before replacing

No No A

No

Check 9R1 path back to Synthesizer

Yes

Check U3501 bias and replace part if necessary

2-2

1.1

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver (Sheet 2 of 3) A

Voltage level >2.7 VDC on D0401?

+9.0 VDC on pin 4 at Q0403?

No

Yes

~ 0.8 VDC at R0432/D0400?

No

Check circuitry around D0401, D0402, D0403, and D0404 for shorts and opens

Yes

No

Yes Check D0403, D0404, and associated capacitors for opens and shorts and replace if necessary

Check Synthesizer Troubleshooting Flow Chart

No

Check biasing circuitry of Q0400 before replacing

Yes

Yes

RF level of on-channel Signal > -45 dBm at C0420?

Voltage < 0.5 VDC at pin 2 of Q0400?

No

Is voltage at R0409 = 0.7 VDC? Yes

Check biasing on Q0403 before replacing

No

Check biasing circuitry of Q0401 and Q0402 before replacing

Check biasing circuitry of Q0402 before replacing

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver

1.2

2-3

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver (Sheet 3 of 3) B

16.8 MHz present at C0622?

No

3.0 VDC on pin 1 of U0601?

Check Synthesizer Troubleshooting Flow Chart

No

5.0 VDC at E0610?

No

Check Controller Troubleshooting Flow Chart

Yes

Yes

Check biasing on U0601 before replacing

Yes Yes 2nd LO > 0 dBm and at 71.1 MHz at TP0600?

Remove Shield SH0500 Check biasing on Q0600 and check continuity on D0600. Replace parts if necessary

3.5 VDC at E0609?

No

No Check biasing on Q0601 before replacing

Yes

18 MHz present at L0608?

No

Yes

~ 1.65 VDC on R0617?

No

Yes

No

Biasing correct on Q0500 and Q0501?

Replace components as needed

No

Check 5 VDC supply and biasing components before replacing Q0500 or Q0501

Yes

Yes

73.35 MHz present at pin 6 of FL0500?

No

Yes

No

~ 3.0 VDC on L0604 and L0605?

Yes

Check FL0500 matching components before replacing

Check signal gain and biasing before replacing Q0500 or Q0501

Yes

2.25 MHz present at C0625?

Yes

No

Check diode continuity before replacing D0601

73.35 MHz present at TP0602?

Clock VCO and LF components OK?

No

Check biasing components and 3 VDC supply. Replace any parts if necessary

DC continuity through biasing components E0600 - E0610?

No

Yes Check for visible solder shorts near pins before replacing U0600

Replace defective biasing component

2-4

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for 25W Transmitter

2.0

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for 25W Transmitter

No Transmitter Power

Is TP0909 > 1 VDC?

Yes

Is TP0702 = 9.3 VDC?

No

Check 9.3V Regulator circuit (U3001)

No

Is TP0913 = 9.1 VDC?

No

Check 9V3_PA Regulator in Controller Troubleshooting Flow Chart

Yes

Is D0702-K ~ 12.4 VDC?

Yes

No

Check T/R bias circuit

Yes Yes

Check 5V Regulator circuit (U0941)

No

Is U0941 Pin 1 = 5 VDC?

Are TP0707 and TP0708 ~ 2.2 VDC?

No

Is voltage at TP(TX_RAMP_DA C) in controller > 3 VDC?

No

Place switch or R0775

Yes

Is TP0703 ~ 0 dBm? No

Yes

Check U0900-2 and associated circuitry

No

Is voltage at TP0910 > 1 VDC?

Yes

Is power at TP0709 (~ 15 dB) > TP0710?

Yes

Replace U0940

No

Check Q0705 and associated circuitry

No

Check Q0703 and associated circuitry

No

Check Q0702 and associated circuitry

Yes

Is power at TP0702 (~ 10 dB) > TP0709?

Yes

Is power at D0700-A (~ 10 dB) > TP0702?

Check Bias Set Circuit; bias tune

Replace Q0702 *

Yes

Is power at TP0704 ~ 16.5 dBm?

Yes

No

Is Pressure Pad Switch in place? No

Yes

Check MAKO Troubleshooting Flow Chart

No

Is resistance to ground at Q0702 G1 and G2 ~ 66 kohm?

Yes

Measure relative power thru remainder of T/R switch and LPF to find open circuit. Perform visual inspection of circuit.

* Note: If Q0702 is replaced, radio must be bias set and power set. 1) Levels are during Transmit Mode (analog), 13.6V at battery connector, 50 ohm termination on transmitter. 2) Make sure PCB is screwed into chassis during these tests to avoid final device damage. 3) When making measurements within the transmitter using an RF power probe, be careful that the rating of the probe is not exceeded. The “relative” measurements listed in the flow chart should be made with a scope probe connected to a spectrum analyzer or similar instrument to avoid damaging sensitive power probes.

Replace U0700

Check VCO Troubleshooting Flow Chart

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Synthesizer

3.0

2-5

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Synthesizer Start

No

Visual check of the Board OK?

Correct Problem

Yes No

+2.45V at C0137 (SF_OUT)? No

+5V at R0100?

Check 5V Regulator U3002

Yes

Are C0136, C0137 OK?

Replace U0100

No

Yes

Replace or resolder components

Yes

+2.775V at R0101 and R0103?

No Check U3200

1.5ms pulse at TP_ADAPT_SW when channel changed?

Yes

1.5ms (inverted) pulse at R2517 when channel changed?

No

No

Check P U1000 Troubleshooting Chart

No

+1.875V at R0102?

Check U3200

Yes

Yes

Check Q0106, R0159

Yes

No

Is 16.8MHz Signal at C0145?

Check Y0100

Yes

Is 16.8MHz Signal at R0155?

No

Is 16.8MHz Signal at R0109?

No

Is RF Prescaler level (at C0233) between 100mVpk and 300mVpk (harmonics +16 dBm at TP0401?

Yes

Check connections to external speaker and replace speaker if necessary

Audio at pin 1 of U3500?

Yes

Check biasing before replacing U3500

No

Verify audio path between U3500 and pin 1 of U3501

1st LO > +5 dBm at R0422?

No

No

Check VCO Troubleshooting Flow Chart

Yes

Yes RF level of on-channel signal > -45 dBm on pin 4 of T0401?

No

Yes

Check T0400 and D0405 and replace if necessary

9 VDC present at R0417?

Yes

Check biasing on Q0405 before replacing

No No A

No

Check 9R1 path back to Synthesizer

Yes

Check U3501 bias and replace part if necessary

2-2

1.1

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver (Sheet 2 of 3) A

Voltage level >2.7 VDC on D0401?

+9.0 VDC on pin 4 at Q0403?

No

Yes

~ 0.8 VDC at R0432/D0400?

No

Check circuitry around D0401, D0402, D0403, and D0404 for shorts and opens

Yes

No

Yes Check D0403, D0404, and associated capacitors for opens and shorts and replace if necessary

Check Synthesizer Troubleshooting Flow Chart

No

Check biasing circuitry of Q0400 before replacing

Yes

Yes

RF level of on-channel Signal > -45 dBm at C0420?

Voltage < 0.5 VDC at pin 2 of Q0400?

No

Is voltage at R0409 = 0.7 VDC? Yes

Check biasing on Q0403 before replacing

No

Check biasing circuitry of Q0401 and Q0402 before replacing

Check biasing circuitry of Q0402 before replacing

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver

1.2

2-3

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver (Sheet 3 of 3) B

16.8 MHz present at C0622?

No

3.0 VDC on pin 1 of U0601?

Check Synthesizer Troubleshooting Flow Chart

No

5.0 VDC at E0610?

No

Check Controller Troubleshooting Flow Chart

Yes

Yes

Check biasing on U0601 before replacing

Yes Yes 2nd LO > 0 dBm and at 71.1 MHz at TP0600?

Remove Shield SH0500 Check biasing on Q0600 and check continuity on D0600. Replace parts if necessary

3.5 VDC at E0609?

No

No Check biasing on Q0601 before replacing

Yes

18 MHz present at L0608?

No

Yes

~ 1.65 VDC on R0617?

No

Yes

No

Biasing correct on Q0500 and Q0501?

Replace components as needed

No

Check 5 VDC supply and biasing components before replacing Q0500 or Q0501

Yes

Yes

73.35 MHz present at pin 6 of FL0500?

No

Yes

No

~ 3.0 VDC on L0604 and L0605?

Yes

Check FL0500 matching components before replacing

Check signal gain and biasing before replacing Q0500 or Q0501

Yes

2.25 MHz present at C0625?

Yes

No

Check diode continuity before replacing D0601

73.35 MHz present at TP0602?

Clock VCO and LF components OK?

No

Check biasing components and 3 VDC supply. Replace any parts if necessary

DC continuity through biasing components E0600 - E0610?

No

Yes Check for visible solder shorts near pins before replacing U0600

Replace defective biasing component

2-4

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for 40W Transmitter

2.0

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for 40W Transmitter

No Transmitter Power

Is TP0909 > 1 VDC?

Yes

Is TP0702 = 9.3 VDC?

No

Check 9.3V Regulator circuit (U3001)

No

Is TP0913 = 9.1 VDC?

No

Check 9V3_PA Regulator in Controller Troubleshooting Flow Chart

Yes

Is D0702-K ~ 12.4 VDC?

Yes

No

Check T/R bias circuit

Yes Yes

Check 5V Regulator circuit (U0941)

No

Is U0941 Pin 1 = 5 VDC?

Are TP0707 and TP0708 ~ 2.2 VDC?

No

Is voltage at TP(TX_RAMP_DA C) in controller > 3 VDC?

No

Place switch or R0775

Yes

Is TP0703 ~ 0 dBm? No

Yes

Check U0900-2 and associated circuitry

No

Is voltage at TP0910 > 1 VDC?

Yes

Is power at TP0709 (~ 15 dB) > TP0710?

Yes

Replace U0940

No

Check Q0705 and associated circuitry

No

Check Q0703 and associated circuitry

No

Check Q0702 and associated circuitry

Yes

Is power at TP0702 (~ 10 dB) > TP0709?

Yes

Is power at D0700-A (~ 10 dB) > TP0702?

Check Bias Set Circuit; bias tune

Replace Q0702 *

Yes

Is power at TP0704 ~ 16.5 dBm?

Yes

No

Is Pressure Pad Switch in place? No

Yes

Check MAKO Troubleshooting Flow Chart

No

Is resistance to ground at Q0702 G1 and G2 ~ 66 kohm?

Yes

Measure relative power thru remainder of T/R switch and LPF to find open circuit. Perform visual inspection of circuit.

* Note: If Q0702 is replaced, radio must be bias set and power set. 1) Levels are during Transmit Mode (analog), 13.6V at battery connector, 50 ohm termination on transmitter. 2) Make sure PCB is screwed into chassis during these tests to avoid final device damage. 3) When making measurements within the transmitter using an RF power probe, be careful that the rating of the probe is not exceeded. The “relative” measurements listed in the flow chart should be made with a scope probe connected to a spectrum analyzer or similar instrument to avoid damaging sensitive power probes.

Replace U0700

Check VCO Troubleshooting Flow Chart

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Synthesizer

3.0

2-5

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Synthesizer Start

No

Visual check of the Board OK?

Correct Problem

Yes No

+2.45V at C0137 (SF_OUT)? No

+5V at R0100?

Check 5V Regulator U3002

Yes

Are C0136, C0137 OK?

Replace U0100

No

Yes

Replace or resolder components

Yes

+2.775V at R0101 and R0103?

No Check U3200

1.5ms pulse at TP_ADAPT_SW when channel changed?

Yes

1.5ms (inverted) pulse at R2517 when channel changed?

No

No

Check P U1000 Troubleshooting Chart

No

+1.875V at R0102?

Check U3200

Yes

Yes

Check Q0106, R0159

Yes

No

Is 16.8MHz Signal at C0145?

Check Y0100

Yes

Is 16.8MHz Signal at R0155?

No

Is 16.8MHz Signal at R0109?

No

Is RF Prescaler level (at C0233) between 100mVpk and 300mVpk (harmonics +5 dBm at R0422?

No

Check VCO Troubleshooting Flow Chart

Yes

Yes RF level of on-channel signal > -45 dBm on pin 4 of T0401?

Yes Check T0400 and D0405 and replace if necessary

9 VDC present at R0417?

Yes Check biasing on Q0405 before replacing

No No A

Yes

No

Yes

1st LO (389.45 MHz) > +16 dBm at FT0401?

No

Check 9R1 path back to synthesizer

Check U3501 bias and replace part if necessary

2-2

1.1

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver (Sheet 2 of 3)

A

Voltage level > 2.7 VDC on D0401?

No

+9.0 VDC on pin 4 of Q0403?

Yes

Yes

RF level of on-channel signal > -45 dBm at C0420?

No

Yes

Check D0403, D0404, and associated capacitors for opens and shorts and replace if necessary

Is voltage at R0409 = 0.7 VDC?

Yes

No

No

Check biasing on Q0403 before replacing

Check circuitry around D0401, D0402, D00403, and D0404 for shorts and opens

Check biasing circuitry of Q0401 and Q0402 before replacing

Check biasing circuitry of Q0402 before replacing

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver

1.2

2-3

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver (Sheet 3 of 3) B

16.8 MHz present at C0622?

No

3.0 VDC on pin 1 of U0601?

Check Synthesizer Troubleshooting Flow Chart

No

No 5.0 VDC at E0610?

Check biasing on U0601 before replacing

Yes

Yes Yes Yes 2nd LO > 0 dBm and at 71.1 MHz at TP0600?

Remove Shield SH0500. Check biasing on Q0600 and check continuity on D0600. Replace parts if necessary.

3.5 VDC at E0609?

No

No Check biasing on Q0601 before replacing

Yes

18 MHz present at L0608?

No

No ~ 1.65 VDC on R0617?

Yes

Check diode continuity before replacing D0601

No

Biasing correct on Q0500 and Q0501?

Replace components as needed

No

Check 5 VDC supply and biasing components before replacing Q0500 or Q0501

Yes

Yes

73.35 MHz present at pin 6 of FL0500?

No

Yes

No

~ 3.0 VDC on L0604 and L0605?

Yes

Check FL0500 matching components before replacing

Check signal gain and biasing before replacing Q0500 or Q0501

Yes

2.25 MHz present at C0625?

Yes

No

Yes

73.35 MHz present at TP0602?

Clock VCO and LF components OK?

No

Check biasing components and 3 VDC supply. Replace any parts if necessary.

Check Controller Troubleshooting Flow Chart

DC continuity through biasing components E0600 - E0610?

No

Yes Check for visible solder shorts near pins before replacing U0600

Replace defective biasing component

2-4

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for 40 Watt Transmitter

2.0

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for 40 Watt Transmitter

No Transmitter Power

Is TP0909 > 1 VDC?

Yes

Is TP0702 = 9.3 VDC?

No

Check 9.3V Regulator circuit (U3001)

No

Is TP0913 = 9.1 VDC?

No

Check 9V3_PA Regulator in Controller Troubleshooting Flow Chart

Yes

Is D0702-K ~ 12.4 VDC?

Yes

No

Check T/R bias circuit

Yes Yes

Check 5V Regulator circuit (U0941)

No

Is U0941 Pin 1 = 5 VDC?

Are TP0707 and TP0708 ~ 2.2 VDC?

No

Is voltage at TP(TX_RAMP_DA C) in controller > 3 VDC?

No

Place switch or R0775

Yes

Is TP0703 -3 dBm? No

Yes

Check U0900-2 and associated circuitry

No

Is voltage at TP0910 > 1 VDC?

Yes

Is power at TP0709 ~ 15 dB > TP0710?

Yes

Replace U0940

No

Check Q0705 and associated circuitry

No

Check Q0703 and associated circuitry

No

Check Q0702 and associated circuitry

Yes

Is power at TP0702 ~ 10 dB > TP0709?

Yes

Is power at D0700-A ~ 10 dB > TP0702?

Check Bias Set Circuit; bias tune

Replace Q0702 *

Yes

Is power at TP0704 +13 dBm?

Yes

No

Is Pressure Pad Switch in place? No

Yes

Check MAKO Troubleshooting Flow Chart

No

Is resistance to ground at Q0702 G1 and G2 ~ 66 kohm?

Yes

Measure relative power thru remainder of T/R switch and LPF to find open circuit. Perform visual inspection of circuit.

* Note: If Q0702 is replaced, radio must be bias set and power set. 1) Levels are during Transmit Mode (analog), 13.6V at battery connector, 50 ohm termination on transmitter. 2) Make sure PCB is screwed into chassis during these tests to avoid final device damage. 3) When making measurements within the transmitter using an RF power probe, be careful that the rating of the probe is not exceeded. The “relative” measurements listed in the flow chart should be made with a scope probe connected to a spectrum analyzer or similar instrument to avoid damaging sensitive power probes.

Replace U0700

Check VCO Troubleshooting Flow Chart

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Synthesizer

3.0

2-5

Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Synthesizer Start

Visual check of the Board OK?

No

Correct Problem

Yes +2.45V at C0137 (SF_OUT)? +5V at R0100?

No

Check 5V Regulator U3002

No

Yes

Are C0136, C0137 OK?

Yes

Replace U0100

No

Yes

+2.775V at R0101 and R0103?

Replace or resolder components

No

Check U3200

1.5 ms pulse at TP_ADAPT_SW when channel changed?

Yes

+1.875V at R0102?

No

Check U3200

1.5 ms (inverted) pulse at R2517 when channel changed?

No

Yes

Check uP U1000 Troubleshooting Chart

Yes

Check Q0106, R0159

Yes

Is 16.8 MHz signal at C0145?

No

No

Check Y0100

Yes

Is 16.8 MHz signal at R0155?

No

Is 16.8 MHz signal at R0109?

No

Is RF prescaler level (at C0233) between 100 mVpk and 300 mVpk (harmonics
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