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MTP700 Digital Portable Radio 380 - 430 MHz 806 - 870 MHz Detailed Service Manual

Part Number: 6866534D39-E

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November 2006

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COPYRIGHT 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 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 or reproduced 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 royalty-free license to use that arises by operation of law in the sale of a product.

Trademarks Motorola is the trademark of Motorola, Inc. All other copyrights mentioned in this manual are trademarks of their respective companies.

HISTORY

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DOCUMENT HISTORY The following major changes have been implemented in this manual since the previous edition:

Edition

Description

Date

6866534D39-O

Initial edition

Nov. 2001

6866534D39-A

Updated Safety Information to latest version.

Aug. 2002

Chapter 4.1 and 4.2: Updated Theory of Operation, block diagrams and troubleshooting charts. Changed board diagrams, schematics and parts lists for UHF and 800MHz bands. Chapter 5. Programming: Updated icons for LCD display and edited LCD Display test. Chapter 8. Flex Layout, Schematics & Parts Lists Updated Bottom Flex diagram and parts list. 6866534D39-B

Document History added.

Apr. 2003

Safety Information updated to new TETRA Standard. Chapter 4.1. Transceiver 400 MHz Updated board diagram to 8466547A08. Changed some part values for UHF Main VCO schematic diagram and changed parts list. Chapter 6. Maintenance: Updated mechanical parts list. 6866534D39-C

Chapter 1: Scope and Warranty Information Updated Asia Pacific Radio Support Centers information with deletion of toll-free and non-toll-freee contact nos. Chapter 2: Model Information & Accessories Updated 400MHz and 800MHz Model Charts. Updated MTP700 Accessories-To-Model Chart table. Chapter 4.1 & 4.2: Transceiver 400 MHz and Transceiver 800MHz Added memory components update information to Digital and Audio Section of theory of operation, block diagrams, schematics and parts list. Chapter 6: Maintenance Changed Frequency Knob part no. and added Keypad English/Chinese and Keypad English/ Korean part nos. to Exploded View Components List. Appendix A: Replacement Parts & Kits Updated table on Service Boards and Front Cover Kits.

July 2003

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Description

DOCUMENT HISTORY

Date

6866534D40-D

Chapter 6: Maintenance Deleted front housing kit assembly and disassembly instructions. Changed exploded view diagram and mechanical parts list.

Oct. 2003

6866534D40-E

Chapter 2 & Appendix A: Cyrillic tanapa has been added for 380-430MHz

Oct. 2006

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SAFETY Product Safety and RF Exposure for Portable Two-Way Radios BEFORE USING THIS RADIO, READ THIS BOOKLET WHICH CONTAINS IMPORTANT OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAFE USAGE AND RF ENERGY AWARENESS AND CONTROL INFORMATION FOR COMPLIANCE WITH RF ENERGY EXPOSURE LIMITS IN APPLICABLE NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS.

The information provided in this document supersedes the general information contained in user guides published prior to February 2002. For radios that have been approved as intrinsically safe, read the instructions and information on intrinsic safety.

Compliance with RF Energy Exposure Standards NOTICE: This radio is intended for use in occupational/controlled applications where users have been made aware of the potential for exposure and can exercise control over their exposure. This radio device is NOT authorized for general population, consumer or similar use.

Federal Communication Commission (FCC) Regulations The FCC has established limits for safe exposure to radio frequency (RF) emissions from portable two-way radios. The FCC requires manufacturers to demonstrate compliance with RF exposure limits before portable two-way radios can be marketed in the U.S. When two-way radios are approved for occupational/controlled environment exposure limits, the FCC requires users to be fully aware of, and exercise control over, their exposure. Awareness and control of RF exposure can be accomplished by the use of labels, or by education or training through appropriate means, such as information and instructions in user manuals or safety booklets. Your Motorola two-way radio has an RF exposure information label in the battery compartment. This user safety booklet includes useful information about RF exposure and helpful instructions on how to control your RF exposure. Your Motorola two-way radio is designed and tested to comply with a number of national and international standards and guidelines (listed below) regarding human exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic energy. This radio complies with the IEEE (FCC) and ICNIRP exposure limits for occupational/controlled RF exposure environments at usage factors of up to 50% talk– 50% listen. In terms of measuring RF energy for compliance with FCC exposure guidelines, your radio radiates measurable RF energy only while it is transmitting (during talking), not when it is receiving (listening) or in standby mode. NOTE:The approved batteries, supplied with the portable radio, are rated for a 5-5-90 duty cycle (5% talk–5% listen–90% standby), even though this radio complies with FCC occupational exposure limits at usage factors of up to 50% talk.

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Your Motorola two-way radio complies with the following RF energy exposure standards and guidelines: • • • • • • •

United States Federal Communications Commission, Code of Federal Regulations; 47 CFR part 2 sub-part J American National Standards Institute (ANSI) / Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) C95. 1-1992 Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) C95.1-1999 Edition International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) 1998 Ministry of Health (Canada) Safety Code 6. Limits of Human Exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields in the Frequency Range from 3 kHz to 300 GHz, 1999 Australian Communications Authority Radiocommunications (Electromagnetic Radiation Human Exposure) Standard, 2001 ANATEL, Brasil Regulatory Authority, Resolution 256 (April 11, 2001) “additional requirements for SMR, cellular and PCS product certification.”

Compliance and Control Guidelines and Operating Instructions for Portable Two-Way Radios To control your exposure and ensure compliance with the occupational/ controlled environment exposure limits, always adhere to the following procedures: •









Transmit no more than 50% of the time. To transmit (talk), push the Push-To-Talk (PTT) button. To receive calls, release the PTT button. Transmitting 50% of the time or less is important since the radio generates measurable RF energy exposure only when transmitting (in terms of measuring standards compliance). Hold the radio in a vertical position in front of the face with the microphone (and other parts of the radio including the antenna) at least one to two inches (2.5 to 5 centimeters) away from the lips. Keeping the radio at a proper distance is important since RF exposures decrease with distance from the antenna. For body-worn operation, always place the radio in a Motorola-approved clip, holder, holster, case, or body harness for this product. Using non-Motorola-approved accessories may result in exposure levels which exceed the FCC’s occupational/controlled environment RF exposure limits. If you are not using a body-worn accessory and are not using the radio in the intended use position in front of the face, ensure the antenna and the radio are kept one inch (2.5 centimeters) from the body when transmitting. Keeping the radio at a proper distance is important since RF exposures decrease with distance from the antenna. Use only Motorola-approved supplied or replacement antennas, batteries, and accessories. Use of non–Motorola-approved antennas, batteries and accessories may exceed FCC RF exposure guidelines. For a list of Motorola-approved antennas, batteries, and other accessories, visit the following web site which lists approved accessories: http://ap.cgiss.motorola.com/AAD/index.html

For additional information on exposure requirements or other training information, visit http://www.motorola.com/rfhealth.

Electromagnetic Interference/Compatibility NOTE:Nearly every electronic device is susceptible to electromagnetic interference (EMI) if inadequately shielded, designed, or otherwise configured for electromagnetic compatibility.

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Facilities To avoid electromagnetic interference and/or compatibility conflicts, turn off your radio in any facility where posted notices instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that is sensitive to external RF energy.

Aircraft When instructed to do so, turn off your radio when on board an aircraft. Any use of a radio must be in accordance with applicable regulations per airline crew instructions.

Medical Devices Pacemakers The Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed) recommends that a minimum separation of 6 inches (15 centimeters) be maintained between a handheld wireless radio and a pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent with those of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Persons with pacemakers should: • • • •

ALWAYS keep the radio more than 6 inches (15 centimeters) from their pacemaker when the radio is turned ON. not carry the radio in the breast pocket. use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for interference. turn the radio OFF immediately if you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking place.

Hearing Aids Some digital wireless radios may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may want to consult your hearing aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives.

Other Medical Devices If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device to determine if it is adequately shielded from RF energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.

Driver Safety Check the laws and regulations on the use of radios in the area where you drive. Always obey them. When using your radio while driving, please: • • •

Give full attention to driving and to the road. Use hands-free operation, if available. Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if driving conditions so require.

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Operational Warnings For Vehicles With An Air Bag Do not place a portable radio in the area over an air bag or in the air bag deployment area. Air bags inflate with great force. If a portable radio is placed in the air bag deployment area and the air bag inflates, the radio may be propelled with great force and cause serious injury to occupants of the vehicle. Potentially Explosive Atmospheres Turn off your radio prior to entering any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere, unless it is a portable radio type especially qualified for use in such areas as “Intrinsically Safe” (for example, Factory Mutual, CSA, UL, or CENELEC). Do not remove, install, or charge batteries in such areas. Sparks in a potentially explosive atmosphere can cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death. The areas with potentially explosive atmospheres referred to above include fueling areas such as below decks on boats, fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities, and areas where the air contains chemicals or particles such as grain, dust or metal powders. Areas with potentially explosive atmospheres are often but not always, posted. Blasting Caps And Blasting Areas To avoid possible interference with blasting operations, turn off your radio when you are near electrical blasting caps, in a blasting area, or in areas posted: “Turn off two-way radio.” Obey all signs and instructions.

Operational Cautions Antennas Do not use any portable radio that has a damaged antenna. If a damaged antenna comes into contact with your skin, a minor burn can result.

Batteries All batteries can cause property damage and/or bodily injury such as burns if a conductive material such as jewelry, keys, or beaded chains touch exposed terminals. The conductive material may complete an electrical circuit (short circuit) and become quite hot. Exercise care in handling any charged battery, particularly when placing it inside a pocket, purse, or other container with metal objects.

Intrinsically Safe Radio Information FMRC Approved Equipment Anyone intending to use a radio in a location where hazardous concentrations of flammable materials exist (hazardous atmosphere) is advised to become familiar with the subject of intrinsic safety and with the National Electric Code NFPA 70 (National Fire Protection Association) Article 500 (hazardous [classified] locations). An Approval Guide, issued by Factory Mutual Research Corporation (FMRC), lists manufacturers and the products approved by FMRC for use in such locations. FMRC has also issued a voluntary approval standard for repair service (“Class Number 3605”). FMRC Approval labels are attached to the radio to identify the unit as being FMRC Approved for specified hazardous atmospheres. This label specifies the hazardous Class/Division/Group along with the part number of the battery that must be used. Depending on the design of the portable unit, this FM label can be found on the back or the bottom of the radio housing. The FM Approval Mark is shown here.

FM APPROVED

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• Do not operate radio communications equipment in hazardous atmospheres unless it is a type specifically qualified (e.g., FM Approved) for such use. An explosion or fire may result. • Do not operate the FMRC Approved Product in a hazardous atmosphere if it has been physically damaged (e.g., cracked housing). An explosion or fire may result. • Do not replace or charge batteries in a hazardous atmosphere. Contact sparking may occur while installing or removing batteries, and cause an explosion or fire. • Do not replace or change accessories in a hazardous atmosphere. Contact sparking may occur while installing or removing accessories, and cause an explosion or fire. • Turn the radio off before removing or installing a battery or accessory. • Do not disassemble an FMRC Approved Product in any way that exposes the internal circuits of the unit.

Radios must ship from the Motorola manufacturing facility with the hazardous atmosphere capability and FM Approval labeling. Radios will not be “upgraded” to this capability and labeled in the field. A modification changes the unit’s hardware from its original design configuration. Modifications can only be made by the original product manufacturer at one of its FMRC-audited manufacturing facilities. • Failure to use an FMRC Approved Product with an FMRC Approved battery or FMRC Approved accessories specifically approved for that product may result in the dangerously unsafe condition of an unapproved radio combination being used in a hazardous location. • Unauthorized or incorrect modification of an FMRC Approved Product will negate the Approval rating of the product

Repair of FMRC Approved Products REPAIRS FOR MOTOROLA PRODUCTS WITH FMRC APPROVAL ARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE USER. You should not repair or relabel any Motorola-manufactured communication equipment bearing the FMRC Approval label (“FMRC Approved Product”) unless you are familiar with the current FMRC Approval standard for repairs and service (“Class Number 3605”). You may want to consider using a repair facility that operates under 3605 repair service approval. • Incorrect repair or relabeling of any FMRC Approved Product could adversely affect the Approval rating of the unit. • Use of a radio that is not intrinsically safe in a hazardous atmosphere could result in serious injury or death.

The FMRC’s Approval Standard Class Number 3605 is subject to change at any time without notice to you. You may want to obtain a current copy of 3605 from the FMRC. Per the December 1994 publication of 3605, some key definitions and service requirements are as follows:

Repair A repair constitutes something done internally to the unit that would bring it back to its original condition—Approved by FMRC. A repair should be done in an FMRC Approved repair facility. Items not considered as repairs are those in which an action is performed on a unit which does not require the outer casing of the unit to be opened in a manner which exposes the internal electrical circuits of the unit. You do not have to be an FMRC Approved repair facility to perform these actions.

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Relabeling The repair facility shall have a method by which the replacement of FMRC Approval labels are controlled to ensure that any relabeling is limited to units that were originally shipped from the manufacturer with an FM Approval label in place. FMRC Approval labels shall not be stocked by the repair facility. An FMRC Approval label shall be ordered from the original manufacturer, as needed, to repair a specific unit. Replacement labels may be obtained and applied by the repair facility, provided there is satisfactory evidence that the unit being relabeled was originally an FMRC Approved unit. Verification may include, but is not limited to a unit with a damaged Approval label, a unit with a defective housing displaying an Approval label, or a customer invoice indicating the serial number of the unit and purchase of an FMRC Approved model.

Do Not Substitute Options or Accessories The Motorola communications equipment certified by Factory Mutual is tested as a system and consists of the FM Approved portable, FM Approved battery, and FM Approved accessories or options, or both. This FM Approved portable and battery combination must be strictly observed. There must be no substitution of items, even if the substitute has been previously Approved with a different Motorola communications equipment unit. Approved configurations are listed in the FM Product Listing Manual that was included with your radio.

European Union Directives Conformance Statement This product is in conformance with the TETRA (TErrestrial Trunked RAdio) standard. This product is in conformance with the requirements of the applicable EU Council Directives. Declarations of Conformance with the requirements are located at: Motorola a/s Sydvestvej 15 DK-2600 Glostrup Denmark

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CONTENTS COPYRIGHT

Computer Software Copyrights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii Trademarks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii

HISTORY

DOCUMENT HISTORY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .iii

SAFETY

Product Safety and RF Exposure for Portable Two-Way Radios

CHAPTER 1

SCOPE & WARRANTY INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1

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Scope Of This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Manual Revisions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Related Publications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Warranty and Service Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . European Radio Support Centers (ERSC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Asia Pacific Radio Support Centers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Latin America Radio Support Centers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

CHAPTER 2

MODEL INFORMATION & ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1 MTP700 Portable Radio Model Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MTP700 Portable Radio Model Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MTP700 Portable Radio Model Specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MTP700 Accessories-To-Model Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

CHAPTER 3

1-1 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6

2-1 2-5 2-6 2-7

OVERVIEW. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1 Digital Modulation Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1

CHAPTER 4

RADIO INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1 Section Introduction

CHAPTER 4.1

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TRANSCEIVER 400 MHz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1-1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-1 Block Diagram Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-1 Receiver Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-3 Transmitter Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-3 Frequency Generating Section (Synthesizer) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-4 Digital & Audio Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-4 Block Diagrams Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-5 Receiver Path . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-5 Transmitter Path . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-6 Frequency Generating Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-7 Digital & Audio Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-9 Detailed Circuit Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-10

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Receiver Path, Detailed Circuit Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-10 Transmitter Path, Detailed Circuit Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-13 Frequency Generating Section, Detailed Circuit Description. . . . . .4.1-16 Digital & Audio Section, Detailed Circuit Description . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-18 Display and Keypad, Detailed Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-26 380-430 MHz Board Layout, Schematics & Parts Lists . . . . . . . . . .4.1-31 380-430 MHz Main Board Top Side PCB No. 8466547A08 . . . . . .4.1-31 380-430 MHz Main Board Bottom Side PCB No. 8466547A08. . . .4.1-32 Digital and RF Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-33 DSP, Controller & Memory Schematic Diagram (RedCap2) . . . . . .4.1-34 DSP, Controller & Memory Schematic Diagram (Memory) . . . . . . .4.1-35 GCAP (Audio & DC) Schematic Diagram - GCAP3. . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-36 GCAP (Audio & DC) Schematic Diagram - Periphery . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-37 IO Interface & Connectors Schematic Diagram - 40 Pin Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-38 IO Interface & Connectors Schematic Diagram - 16 Pin Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-39 Switches & Associated Components Schematic Diagram - Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-40 Switches & Associated Components Schematic Diagram - 24 Pin Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-41 RF Section Block Diagram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-42 RXU Schematic Diagram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-43 RF Core Unit Schematic Diagram - WPIC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-44 RF Core Unit Schematic Diagram - 2nd LO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-45 Main VCO Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-46 TXU Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-47 TXU-LNODCT Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-48 TXU-TX Power Amplifier Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-49 TXU-TX Front End Schematic Diagram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-50 TXU-ESCORT/TX VCO Schematic Diagram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-51 380-430 MHz Radio Parts List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-52 Troubleshooting (400 MHz) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-59 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-59 Test Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-59 Troubleshooting Flowcharts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-59

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TRANSCEIVER 800 MHz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-1 Block Diagram Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-1 Receiver Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-3 Transmitter Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-3 Frequency Generating Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-4 Digital & Audio Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-5 Block Diagrams Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-6 Receiver Path . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-6 Transmitter Path . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-7 Frequency Generating Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-8 Digital & Audio Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-10 Detailed Circuit Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-11 Receiver Path, Detailed Circuit Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-11 Transmitter Path, Detailed Circuit Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-14 Frequency Generating Section, Detailed Circuit Description . . . . .4.2-17 Digital & Audio Section, Detailed Circuit Description. . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-19 Display and Keypad, Detailed Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-27 806-870 MHz Board Layout, Schematics & Parts Lists . . . . . . . . . .4.2-33 806-870 MHz Main Board Top Side PCB No. 8485951Z04 . . . . . .4.2-33 806-870 MHz Main Board Bottom Side PCB No. 8485951Z04. . . .4.2-34 Controller Memory Schematic Diagram (Redcap 2) sheet 1 of 2 . .4.2-35 Controller Memory Schematic Diagram (Redcap 2) sheet 2 of 2 . .4.2-36 DC Supply & Audio Schematic Diagram (GCAP 3) sheet 1 of 2 . . .4.2-37 DC Supply & Audio Schematic Diagram (GCAP 3) sheet 2 of 2 . . .4.2-38 I/O Interface Schematic Diagram sheet 1 of 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-39 I/O Interface Schematic Diagram (sheet 2 of 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-40 Switches And Associated Components Schematic Diagram (sheet 1 of 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-41 Switches And Associated Components Schematic Diagram (sheet 2 of 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-42 Receiver Front End Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-43 Receiver Back End Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-44 Transmitter Schematic Diagram (sheet 1 of 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-45 Transmitter Schematic Diagram (sheet 2 of 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-46 Frequency Generation Unit Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-47 ESCORT Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-48 806-870 MHz Radio Parts List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-49 Troubleshooting (800 MHz) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-55 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-55 Test Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-55 Troubleshooting Flowcharts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.2-55

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PROGRAMMING THE RADIO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1 Before Using the Customer Programming Software (CPS) . . . . . . . . . 5-1 Reading Codeplug . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2 Programming Codeplug. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2 Programming Frequency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3 Restoring Factory Frequencies of the Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4 Programming Firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4 Manual Mode Testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5 Preparation for Testing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5 Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5 LCD Display Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5

CHAPTER 6

MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1 Preventive Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1 Safe Handling of CMOS and LDMOS Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3 Repair Procedures and Techniques — General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4 Parts Replacement and Substitution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4 Disassembling and Reassembling the Radio - General . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4 Radio Disassembly - Detailed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5 Front Cover from Chassis Disassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5 Chassis Assembly Disassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-8 Radio Reassembly - Detailed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9 Chassis Assembly Reassembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9 Chassis and Front Cover Reassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9 Service Aids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-11 MTP700 Unit - Exploded View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-12

CHAPTER 7

KEYPAD BOARD LAYOUT, SCHEMATICS & PARTS LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1 Keypad Board Top Side PCB No. 8466556A01. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1 Keypad Board Bottom Side PCB No. 8466556A01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2 Keypad Board Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3 Keypad Board Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4

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FLEX LAYOUT, SCHEMATICS & PARTS LISTS. . . . . . . . .8-1 Interconnect Flex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Schematic for Interconnect Flex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Parts List for Interconnect Flex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Universal Connector Flex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Schematic for Universal Connector Flex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Parts List for Universal Connector Flex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Display Flex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Schematic for Display Flex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Parts List for Display Flex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bottom Flex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Schematic for Bottom Flex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Parts List for Bottom Flex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

APPENDIX A

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8-1 8-2 8-2 8-3 8-4 8-4 8-5 8-6 8-6 8-7 8-8 8-8

REPLACEMENT PARTS AND KITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1 Servicing MTP700 Portable Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1 Replacement Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1 Service Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-2

APPENDIX B

CONNECTOR PIN FUNCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-1 Side Accessory Connector Pin Assignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-1 Bottom Accessory Connector Pin Assignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-3

APPENDIX C

TEST EQUIPMENT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-1 Test Equipment

APPENDIX D

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-1

SELF CHECK (ERROR & FAIL CODES). . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-1 Self Check Error Codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-1

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SCOPE & WARRANTY INFORMATION Scope Of This Manual This manual contains information necessary to identify and troubleshoot the MTP700 Dimetra Portable Radio at the component level. It also contains information on radio assembling, disassembling, and maintenance. Depending on the radio application, these radios are designed to work with Motorola’s Dimetra system or other TETRA compliant systems. Accordingly, information in this manual is divided into the following chapters and appendixes: •

SAFETY

Product Safety and RF Exposure for Portable Two-Way Radios



CHAPTER 1

Scope & Warranty Information



CHAPTER 2

Model Information & Accessories



CHAPTER 3

Overview



CHAPTER 4

Radio Information



CHAPTER 4.1 Transceiver 400 MHz



CHAPTER 4.2 Transceiver 800 MHz



CHAPTER 5

Programming the Radio



CHAPTER 6

Maintenance



CHAPTER 7

Keypad Board Layout, Schematics and Parts List



CHAPTER 8

Flex Layout, Schematics and Parts Lists



APPENDIX A

Replacement Parts and Kits



APPENDIX B

Connector Pin Functions



APPENDIX C

Test Equipment



APPENDIX D

Self Check (Error/Fail Codes)

Manual Revisions Changes which occur after this manual is printed are described in Manual Revisions. These Manual Revisions provide complete information on changes including pertinent parts listing data.

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Related Publications 6866534D27 6866534D28 6866534D29 6866534D30 6866534D31 6866534D32 6804112J75

MTP700 User’s Guide incl. Quick Reference Card (English) MTP700 User’s Guide incl. Quick Reference Card (German) MTP700 User’s Guide incl. Quick Reference Card (French) MTP700 User’s Guide incl. Quick Reference Card (Dutch) MTP700 User’s Guide incl. Quick Reference Card (Spanish) MTP700 User’s Guide incl. Quick Reference Card (Portuguese) MTP700 User’s Guide incl. Quick Reference Card (Mandarin)

6866534D40 6802956C20

MTP700 Basic Service Manual (English) MTP700 Customer Programming Software (CPS) Start-up manual

6864117B25 6804110J47 6802300U57 6866534D69 6866534D94

Safety Leaflet (European Languages) Safety Leaflet (English/Mandarin) EME Warnings, Pocket Size R&TTE Leaflet (for EMEA region only) Factory Mutual Supplement

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Warranty and Service Support Motorola offers long term support for its products. This support includes full exchange and/or repair of the product during the warranty period, and service/repair or spare parts support out of warranty. Any "return for exchange" or "return for repair" by an authorised Motorola Dealer must be accompanied by a Warranty Claim Form. Warranty Claim Forms are obtained by contacting an Authorised Motorola Dealer.

Warranty Period and Return Instructions The terms and conditions of warranty are defined fully in the Motorola Dealer or Distributor or Reseller contract. These conditions may change from time to time and the following notes are for guidance purposes only. In instances where the product is covered under a "return for replacement" or "return for repair" warranty, a check of the product should be performed prior to shipping the unit back to Motorola. This is to ensure that the product has been correctly programmed or has not been subjected to damage outside the terms of the warranty. Prior to shipping any radio back to the appropriate Motorola warranty depot, please contact Customer Resources. All returns must be accompanied by a Warranty Claim Form, available from your Customer Services representative. Products should be shipped back in the original packaging, or correctly packaged to ensure no damage occurs in transit.

After Warranty Period After the Warranty period, Motorola continues to support its products in two ways. 1.

Motorola’s Regional Radio Support Centers offer repair services to both end users and dealers at competitive prices.

2.

AAD supplies individual parts and modules that can be purchased by dealers who are technically capable of performing fault analysis and repair.

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European Radio Support Centers (ERSC) The ERSC Customer Information Desk is available through the following service numbers: Austria:

06 60 75 41

Italy:

16 78 77 387

Belgium:

08 00 72 471

Luxemburg:

08 00 23 27

Denmark:

80 01 55 72

Netherlands:

60 22 45 13

Finland:

08 00 11 49 10

Norway:

80 01 11 15

France:

05 90 30 90

Portugal:

05 05 49 35 70

Germany:

08 00 18 75 240

Spain:

90 09 84 902

Greece:

00 80 04 91 29 020

Sweden:

02 07 94 307

UK :

08 00 96 90 95

Switzerland:

1 55 30 82

Ireland:

18 00 55 50 21

Iceland:

80 08 147

Or dial Customer Care Center: Tel: +49 6128 70 2164 Please use these numbers for repair enquiries only.

Piece Parts Some replacement parts, spare parts, and/or product information can be ordered directly. If a complete Motorola part number is assigned to the part, it is available from Motorola Radio Aftermarket and Accessory Division (AAD). If no part number is assigned, the part is not normally available from Motorola. If a parts list is not included, this generally means that no user-serviceable parts are available for that kit or assembly. Note on this digital TETRA Radio: The CPS has no capability to tune the radio. Tuning the radio can only be performed at the factory or at the appropriate Motorola Repair Center. Component replacement can affect the radio tuning and must only be performed by the appropriate Motorola Repair Center.

Parts Identification and Ordering Request for help in identification of non-referenced spare parts should be directed to the Customer Care Organisation of Motorola’s local area representation. Orders for replacement parts, kits and assemblies should be placed directly on Motorola’s local distribution organisation or via Motorola Online (Extranet).

EMEA Test Equipment Support Information related to support and service of Motorola Test Equipment is available via Motorola Online (Extranet), through the Customer Care Organisation of Motorola’s local area representation or by calling the Motorola switchboard in Germany using phone number +49 6128 700.

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Asia Pacific Radio Support Centers Piece Parts Some replacement parts, spare parts, and/or product information can be ordered directly. If a complete Motorola part number is assigned to the part, it is available from Motorola Radio Aftermarket and Accessory Division (AAD). If no part number is assigned, the part is not normally available from Motorola. If a parts list is not included, this generally means that no user-serviceable parts are available for that kit or assembly. Note on this digital TETRA Radio: The CPS has no capability to tune the radio. Tuning the radio can only be performed at the factory or at the appropriate Motorola Repair Center. Component replacement can affect the radio tuning and must only be performed by the appropriate Motorola Repair Center. All orders for parts/information should include the complete Motorola identification number. All part orders should be directed to your local AAD office. Please refer to your latest price pages.

Technical Support Technical support is available to assist the dealer/distributor in resolving any malfunction which may be encountered. Initial contact should be by telephone wherever possible. When contacting Motorola Technical Support, be prepared to provide the product model number and the unit’s serial number.

Further Assistance From Motorola You can also call the CGISS Indirect Business Customer Help Desk number, (604)-6302525 or send an email to [email protected]

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Latin America Radio Support Centers The Customer Support is available through the following service numbers: Warranty and Repairs: Motorola De Colombia Service Center Diagonal 127A no. 17-64 Santa Fe de Bogotá Colombia (571) 520-0510 or (571) 657-5759 Motorola De Mexico Service Center Bosques de Alisos #125 Col. Bosques de las Lomas CP 05120 Mexico DF 5252576700 Piece Parts: To order parts in Latin America and the Carribean: 7:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. (Central Standard Time) Monday through Friday (Chicago, USA) 1-847-538-8023 Technical Support: [email protected] Motorola Parts (Accessories and Aftermarket Division AAD): Attention: Order Processing 1313 E. Algonquin Road Schaumburg. IL. 60196 Parts Identification: 1-847-538-0021 (Voice) 1-847-538-8194 (Fax)

Piece Parts Some replacement parts, spare parts, and/or product information can be ordered directly. If a complete Motorola Part number is assigned to the part, it is available from Motorola Radio Aftermarket and Accessory Division (AAD). If no part number is assigned, the part is not normally available from Motorola. If a parts list is not included, this generally means that no user-serviceable parts are available for that kit or assembly. Note on this digital TETRA Radio: The CPS has no capability to tune the radio. Tuning the radio can only be performed at the factory or at the appropriate Motorola Repair Center. Component replacement can affect the radio tuning and must only be performed by the appropriate Motorola Repair Center.

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MODEL INFORMATION & ACCESSORIES MTP700 Portable Radio Model Charts

MTP700, 380-430 MHz Model

Description

H47QCM6TZ6AN

MTP700 380-430 MHz 1W 25K CR PT911E

*H47QCM6TZ6AB

MTP700 380-430 MHz 1W 25K CR PT911E

H47QCM6TZ5AN *H47QCM6TZ5AB

Item x x x x x

x x

x x x x x x x x x

x x

x

x

MTP700 380-430 MHz 1W 25K ES PT911E MTP700 380-430 MHz 1W 25K ES PT911E

Description

**PMUE1852_

***MTP700 Super Tanapa 380-430 MHz 1W 25K CR-TEA1

**PMUE1853_

***MTP700 Super Tanapa 380-430 MHz 1W 25K ES-TEA1

**PMUE1856_

***MTP700 Super Tanapa 380-430 MHz 1W 25K CR-TEA2

**PMUE1857_

***MTP700 Super Tanapa 380-430 MHz 1W 25K ES-TEA2

**PMUE1825_

***MTP700 Super Tanapa 380-430 MHz 1W 25K CR

x **PMUE1826_

***MTP700 Super Tanapa 380-430 MHz 1W 25K ES

**PMUE2052_

MTP700 Super Tanapa 380-430 MHz 1W 25K CR (Chinese)

**PMUE2053_

MTP700 Super Tanapa 380-430 MHz 1W 25K ES (Chinese)

**PMUE2054_

MTP700 Super Tanapa 380-430 MHz 1W 25K CR (Korean)

**PMUE2055_

MTP700 Super Tanapa 380-430 MHz 1W 25K ES (Korean)

**PMUE2056_

MTP700 Super Tanapa 380-430 MHz 1W 25K CR-TEA1 (Chinese)

**PMUE2057_

MTP700 Super Tanapa 380-430 MHz 1W 25K ES-TEA1 (Chinese)

**PMUE2058_

MTP700 Super Tanapa 380-430 MHz 1W 25K CR-TEA1 (Korean)

**PMUE2059_

MTP700 Super Tanapa 380-430 MHz 1W 25K ES-TEA1 (Korean)

**PMUE1865_

***MTP700 Tanapa 380-430 MHz 1W 25K CR

x **PMUE1827_

***MTP700 Tanapa 380-430 MHz 1W 25K ES

**PMUE2877_

***MTP700 Tanapa 380-430 MHz 1W 25K CR (Cyrillic)

**PMUE2086_

MTP700 Tanapa 380-430 MHz 1W 25K ES (Chinese)

**PMUE2087_

MTP700 Tanapa 380-430 MHz 1W 25K CR (Chinese)

**PMUE2088_

MTP700 Tanapa 380-430 MHz 1W 25K ES (Korean)

**PMUE2089_

MTP700 Tanapa 380-430 MHz 1W 25K CR (Korean)

PMHE4012_

Back Chassis Kit 380-430 MHz 1W 25K ES

x

PMHE4013_

Back Chassis Kit 380-430 MHz 1W 25K CR

x

PMHN4048_

MTP700 Front Housing Kit CR (English/Chinese)

x

PMHN4049_

MTP700 Front Housing Kit CR (English/Korean)

PMHN4038_

MTP700 Front Housing Kit CR

x PMHN4039_

MTP700 Front Housing Kit ES

x x x x x

x

x x

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MTP700, 380-430 MHz (Continued) Model

Description

H47QCM6TZ6AN

MTP700 380-430 MHz 1W 25K CR PT911E

*H47QCM6TZ6AB

MTP700 380-430 MHz 1W 25K CR PT911E

H47QCM6TZ5AN *H47QCM6TZ5AB

MTP700 380-430 MHz 1W 25K ES PT911E MTP700 380-430 MHz 1W 25K ES PT911E

Item

Description

x

x PMHN4039_

MTP700 Front Housing Kit ES

x

PMHN4050_

MTP700 Front Housing Kit ES (English/Chinese)

x

PMHN4051_

MTP700 Front Housing Kit ES (English/Korean)

x

x

x

x FAE6000_

Narrow Band Antenna 380-400 MHz

x

x

x

x FAE6001_

Narrow Band Antenna 410-430 MHz

x

x

x

x FAE5520_

Whip Antenna 380-400 MHz

x

x

x

x FAE6002_

Whip Antenna 410-430 MHz

x

x

x

x 6866534D27

MTP700 User Guide (English)

x

x

x

x 6866534D28

MTP700 User Guide (German)

x

x

x

x 6866534D29

MTP700 User Guide (French)

x

x

x

x 6866534D30

MTP700 User Guide (Dutch)

x

x

x

x 6866534D31

MTP700 User Guide (Spanish)

x

x

x

x 6866534D32

MTP700 User Guide (Portuguese)

x

x

x

x 6804112J75

MTP700 User Guide (Mandarin)

Note: x Indicates one of each is required. * For Asia, please use H415EK Option for Bulk Package. ** For replacement kits, see Appendix A Replacement Parts and Kits. *** Not Field Replaceable for Latin America

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MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

MTP700, 806-870 MHz Model

Description

H47XCM6TZ5AK

MTP700 806-870 MHz 1W 25K ES PT711E (Korea)

H47XCM6TZ6AN

MTP700 806-870 MHz 1W 25K CR PT711E

*H47XCM6TZ6AB

MTP700 806-870 MHz 1W 25K CR PT711E

H47XCM6TZ5AN *H47XCM6TZ5AB

Item x x x x x

x x

x x x x x x x x x x

x x

x

MTP700 806-870 MHz 1W 25K ES PT711E

Description

**PMUF1092_

***MTP700 Super Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K CR-TEA1

**PMUF1093_

***MTP700 Super Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K ES-TEA1

**PMUF1096_

***MTP700 Super Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K CR-TEA2

**PMUF1097_

***MTP700 Super Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K ES-TEA2

**PMUF1077_

***MTP700 Super Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K CR

x **PMUF1078_

***MTP700 Super Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K ES

**PMUF1115_

MTP700 Super Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K ES

**PMUF1157_

MTP700 Super Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K CR (Chinese)

**PMUF1158_

MTP700 Super Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K ES (Chinese)

**PMUF1159_

MTP700 Super Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K CR (Korean)

**PMUF1160_

MTP700 Super Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K ES (Korean)

**PMUF1161_

MTP700 Super Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K CR-TEA1 (Chinese)

**PMUF1162_

MTP700 Super Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K ES-TEA1 (Chinese)

**PMUF1163_

MTP700 Super Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K CR-TEA1 (Korean)

**PMUF1164_

MTP700 Super Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K ES-TEA1 (Korean)

**PMUF1102_

***MTP700 Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K CR

x **PMUF1079_

***MTP700 Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K ES

**PMUF1116_

MTP700 Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K ES

**PMUF1165_

MTP700 Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K ES (Chinese)

**PMUF1166_

MTP700 Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K CR (Chinese)

**PMUF1167_

MTP700 Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K ES (Korean)

**PMUF1168_

MTP700 Tanapa 806-870 MHz 1W 25K CR (Korean)

PMHF4000_

Back Chassis Kit 806-870 Mhz 1W 25W ES

x

PMHF4001_

Back Chassis Kit 806-870 Mhz 1W 25W CR

x

PMHN4048_

MTP700 Front Housing Kit CR (English/Chinese)

x

PMHN4049_

MTP700 Front Housing Kit CR (English/Korean)

PMHN4038_

MTP700 Front Housing Kit CR

x PMHN4039_

MTP700 Front Housing Kit ES

PMHN4040_

MTP700 Front Housing Kit ES

x x x x x

x

x x

x

MTP700 806-870 MHz 1W 25K ES PT711E

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Description

H47XCM6TZ5AK

MTP700 806-870 MHz 1W 25K ES PT711E (Korea)

H47XCM6TZ6AN

MTP700 806-870 MHz 1W 25K CR PT711E

*H47XCM6TZ6AB

MTP700 806-870 MHz 1W 25K CR PT711E

H47XCM6TZ5AN *H47XCM6TZ5AB

MTP700 806-870 MHz 1W 25K ES PT711E MTP700 806-870 MHz 1W 25K ES PT711E

Item

Description

x

PMHN4050_

MTP700 Front Housing Kit ES (English/Chinese)

x

PMHN4051_

MTP700 Front Housing Kit ES (English/Korean)

x

x

x

x NAF5037_

1/2 Wave Whip Antenna 806-870 MHz

x

x

x

x

x NAF5042_R

1/4 Wave Stubby Antenna 806-870 MHz

x

x

x

x

x 6866534D27

MTP700 User Guide (English)

x

x

x

x 6866534D28

MTP700 User Guide (German)

x

x

x

x 6866534D29

MTP700 User Guide (French)

x

x

x

x 6866534D30

MTP700 User Guide (Dutch)

x

x

x

x 6866534D31

MTP700 User Guide (Spanish)

x

x

x

x 6866534D32

MTP700 User Guide (Portuguese)

x

x

x

x 6804112J75

MTP700 User Guide (Mandarin)

Note: x Indicates one of each is required. * For Asia, please use H415EK Option for Bulk Package. ** For replacement kits, see Appendix A Replacement Parts and Kits. *** Not Field Replaceable for Latin America

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Model

Model Description

P1

MTP700, 380-430 MHz, 1 W, 25 kHz, with Continuous Rotary knob for group selection (CR)

P2

MTP700, 380-430 MHz, 1 W, 25 kHz, with End Stop knob for group selection (ES)

P3

MTP700, 806-870 MHz, 1 W, 25 kHz, with Continuous Rotary knob for group selection (CR)

P4

MTP700, 806-870 MHz, 1 W, 25 kHz, with End Stop knob for group selection (ES)

P5

MTP700, 806-870 MHz, 1 W, 25 kHz, with End Stop knob for group selection (ES), Korean model

Sales Model Nomenclature

Position : Typical Mod. No.:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 H 4 7 X C M 6 T Z 6 A N Unique Variation N:Std Package B:Bulk Package K:Korean National Police Version Letter

Portable

*

Model Series MTP700

Power Level C : 1 Watt

Feature Level (Group Select Knob) 5 : End Stop 6: Continuous Rotary

Band Q : 380 - 430 MHz X : 806 - 870 MHz Channel Spacing 6 : 20/25 KHz

Physical Packages M : Rotary Controls, Standard Display

Primary System Type Z : Tetra

Primary Operation T : Trunking

* For Asia, please use H415EK Option for Bulk Package.

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MTP700 Portable Radio Model Specification GENERAL

RECEIVER

ETSI:

ETS 300 394-1

Type Number - 380-430 MHz: - 806-870 MHz:

PT911E PT711E

Receiver Type: Frequency Range: - TMO:

- DMO:

TRANSMITTER Class B

380-430 MHz 851-870 MHz 380-430 MHz 851-870 MHz

Modulation Type: Nomin. Output Power: - TMO - DMO Frequency Range: - TMO: - DMO:

Temperature: - Operating Temp.:

-30... +60°C (except Lilon battery & LCD display: -20°C)

Channel Spacing:

25 kHz

-47 dBm

Spurious Emission:

-36 dBm

Adjacent Channel Power (at ± 25 kHz)

-55 dBc (UHF)

Spurious Rejection: Frequency Stability: - TMO

-45 dBm

- DMO

±1 kHz

Battery chemistries:

LiIon or NiMh

Intermodulation:

Battery capacity: - with standard LiIon: - with NiMh:

1200 mAh 1200 mAh

Blocking: - at 1, 2, 5 & 10 MHz - Adjacent channel selectivity @ 25 kHz

-25 dBm -60 dBm

24 hours*

Audio Rated: Distortion:

500 mWatt 5dBm) to prevent damage to the receiver front end.

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Pre-selector The signal arriving at the receiver input is routed through the integrated, tuneable Preselector Filter FL2100 into the Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) U2200 via a matching network C2200, L2200, R2200 and C2201. The pre-selector attenuates unwanted incoming RF signals, especially the image frequency (25dB). Typically, the insertion loss is 2dB.

Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) The LNA U2200 amplifies the RF signal. The overall gain of the LNA including the output matching circuit, L2201, R2202, C2209, C2210 and L2202 typically is 18dB. Because the LNA is the first amplifier in the RX line, it is important that it provides high gain and has a low noise figure. The LNA has an “enable” pin (pin 3) which is called VPD. When this pin receives a signal of 2.7V from DC switch Q2200 the amplifier is enabled (via signal GP05_DCLICP from WPIC). In the transmit slot, Q2200 is switched off. The LNA current is controlled by R2201. Resistor R2202 ensures the amplifier is stable throughout its operating range. From the LNA, the signal passes to the fixed-tuned post-selector.

Post-selector The Post-selector, consisting of discrete components C2300-C2306, L2300-L2302, attenuates the non-linear products of the LNA and also the image product. Typically, its insertion loss is 2dB. From the output of the post-selection filter, the received signal is routed to the mixer RF input via attenuator R2404-R2406 and band pass L2402, C2402.

Mixer The mixer U2400 down-converts (at high side) the incoming RF signal to an IF signal (109.65 MHz). The mixer IC consists of a mixer and an LO buffer amplifier. The RF signal enters the mixer at pin 1, and the IF is produced at pin 6. The LO signal from the main synthesizer passes via the attenuator R2400-R2402 and the wide band matching network L2400, C2400, R2403, C2401 into the IC at pin 3. The LO power is boosted internally before being applied to the mixer. The LO signal power at the LO mixer input is -4dBm. The 2.7V DC is supplied by switch Q2400, that is enabled during receive mode (via signal GP06_DCLICIN from WPIC). The mixer conversion gain is -6 dB. An impedance matching network is placed between the mixer and the IF filter FL2500. It consists of C2405, L2403, C2500, L2500 and C2501.

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IF Filter The IF signal is routed via the IF filter (FL2500), which has an insertion loss of 2 dB and attenuates unwanted mixing products of the mixer. It is connected via a matching network, consisting of C2502, L2501 and C2503, to the balun network.

Balun The balun network (L2502, C2505, C2504 and L2503) transforms the single-ended input RF signal to a differential double-ended output. The differential signal is routed to the WPIC, pins A4 and B4, via C1018 and C1019.

WPIC (Receiver Back End Section) The differential IF signal is amplified and converted down to zero IF inside the WPIC (World Phone IC) by the 2nd LO signal. The 2nd LO signal is routed to the WPIC at pin D1 and divided by two into the quadrature generator block of the WPIC. The baseband signal from this 2nd mixer passes to an amplifier baseband filter array. The amplified and filtered signal is passed to the WPIC A/D converter. This A/D converter digitises the analog differential signal into its I and Q components. The I and Q components appear in sequence on the WPIC_SRD line whenever the RX_ACQ line is high. The WPIC_SRD data is clocked into the DSP using a clock signal (WPIC_TXCLK) from WPIC. The WPIC is controlled via SPIA_MOSI, SPIA_CLK and SPIA_CSO_WPIC from RedCap2. An internal AGC that is controlled by a control unit, establishes an appropriate attenuation for unwanted signals as well as an appropriate gain for wanted signals. The voltage at external capacitor C1008 indicates the AGC attenuation level for the different input signal levels. The voltage at the capacitor varies from 1.4V to 2.7V as a function of the power of the received signal.

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Transmitter Path, Detailed Circuit Description See Figure 4.1-7.

2.775V TX LO dr iver

fr om TX synt hesizer ANT_EN (from RedCap2)

6db power splitte r

Pha se splitte r

MVC O

LDMOS dri ver

32dBm

0 dBm

I Q

Balun

Matc h Baseba nd Q

Isolat or

Antenn a Switch 30 dBm

Att Coup ler

2db

LNODCT

Baseba nd I

VCNTO (from WPIC) LDMOS PA

Low pass har monic filter

To RX port

Att 8db

+2.775V WPIC+

100k E-pot DC amp

DC amp

REDCAP2

Figure 4.1-7 Transmit Path - Circuit Diagram

Forward Path WPIC The WPIC (World Phone IC) U1001 receives serial data that is transmitted by the RedCap2 at 48 ksps (kilosamples/second) to the SSI port (pin K10, WPIC_STD). Data is transmitted as a 16-bit ‘I’ word followed by a 16-bit ‘Q’ word. The WPIC provides a serial clock of 4.8MHz to the RedCap2 (pin K11, WPIC_TXCLK) and sends a frame sync signal (pin L11, WPIC_FSYNC) at the beginning of every ‘I’ word transmission to instruct the RedCap2 to send data. In the WPIC, the received serial I & Q words from the RedCap2 are converted into parallel I & Q words, and transferred to an interpolating filter. The interpolating filter increases the sampling rate to reduce in-band quantization noise, as well as to reduce image at multiples of the input data. The interpolated samples are rounded to 8 bits, and run through the 8-bit D/A converters. The D/A converters take the digital I & Q words and convert them into analog signals, which are then filtered and amplified. The output is comprised of two separate low-level differential signals, I & Q (pins A8, OUTQ; C8, OUTQB; D8, OUTI; A9, OUTIB). A differential output is used to minimize the noise pick-up, due to its inherent common mode rejection.

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The output signals are routed to the LNODCT IC. The WPIC sends a 2.4MHz low-level differential reference clock signal (pins B11, TCLK; C10, TCLKB) to the LNODCT. It also sends a differential signal (pins A11, TSLOT; A10, TSLOTB) that marks the beginning and the end of each transmission time slot (whenever pin 8, WPIC_TXE signal is received from RedCap2). After receiving the TSLOT signal, the LNOCDT toggles the ASW line (pin J5) which signals the WPIC to set VCNTO signal LOW (pin J6) which enables the Antenna Switch during transmit time. TX LO Line-Up The TX frequency signal TX_SOURCE is generated in the TX PLL of the Frequency Generating Section. This signal passes an attenuator R6001-R6003, the LO driver Q6001 and a band pass filter (C6006-C6012, L6003, L6004) to attenuate unwanted spurious frequencies. The signal level is about +7dBm. This is then split by a simple, resistive 6dB power splitter consisting of R6008, R6009 and R6010. One output of the power splitter drives phase splitter U6001 that converts the single input signal into two quadrature (90 degrees phase shift) ‘I’ and ’Q’ signals and then routes them to the LO input (LOI, LOIB, LOQ, LOQB) of the LNODCT. The second output of the power splitter U6001 is applied to the LNODCT LO feedback input (MVCO). LNODCT The LNODCT IC (Low Noise Offset Direct Conversion Transmit IC) U6002 is the heart of the transmitter. The differential baseband signals from WPIC are applied to the LNODCT on pins 58 – 61 (BINQB, BINQ, BINIB and BINI). They pass through a variable attenuator and then they are summed with the down converted I & Q feedback. The baseband signal is then amplified and sent to the up-mixer. The up-mixer consists of two mixers, one for the I channel and the other for the Q channel. The split I & Q LO signal is mixed with the baseband I & Q signals to produce I & Q modulated signals at RF frequency. The signals then are output differentially on pins 51 and 52 (RFOUTB, RFOUT). Balun The differential RF signal is converted to a single-ended (unbalanced) signal by passing the Balun (balanced-unbalanced) wide band transformer T6001. The Balun has a 200 Ohm balanced input and 50 Ohm single-ended output, set by C6032 and C6053 respectively. This Balun configuration matches the LNODCT differential output for optimum performance in the 380-430MHz frequency range. The insertion loss of the Balun is about 1dB. Resistors R6024–R6026 form an attenuator to compensate for changes in gain in the forward path RF PA stages. RF Power Amplifier The signal is routed through coupling capacitor C6034 to the RF power amplifier (PA). The PA consists of 2 devices, namely U4001 driver and Q4001 final PA. U4001 is a 2stage IC that is capable of amplifying the signal to about 18dBm . The capacitors and inductors between U4001 output and Q4001 input form a high pass - low pass matching network. Q4001 output is then matched to the 50 ohms input of the isolator by a low pass pi matching stage using microstrip-lines and discrete components.

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Wideband RF stability of the PA is optimised by insertion of RF losses (R4008, R4006, R4004) in the gate circuit of Q4001. The U4001 amplifier gain is set in the factory using the VBLIN signal (from WPIC). VBLIN is amplified by DC amplifier U4002. The voltage output from U4002 sets the quiescent current and hence the gain of the LDMOS driver IC U4001. The gain of Q4001 is set in factory through serial SPI commands (from RedCap2) to the E-pot IC U4102. The output voltage of the E-pot is dependent on the internal resistance divider ratio and amplified by DC amplifier U4100. During transmission, the 2.775V supply to the E-pot is enabled using the signal PA_BIAS (from RedCap2). When this line signal is 2.775V (HIGH), the voltage to bias the final stage device is enabled. Coupler and Feedback Path The output signal from the RF PA passes through directional coupler U5001 to the Isolator FL5001. The sampled signal from the coupler provides feedback for linearization and power control. The sampled signal is routed via attenuator R5001, R5002, R5003 to the LNODCT (pins 37, RFIN; 36, RFINB). The feedback signal is routed back to LNODCT and mixed down to baseband in a quadrature mixer, amplified and summed with the baseband input signal. Isolator The signal in the forward path is fed to pin 4 of the isolator FL5001. The isolator is placed at the PA output to decrease the influence of antenna impedance variation on the PA performance. The reflected power from the antenna is absorbed in a 50-Ohm resistor inside the isolator. The isolator also protects the Cartesian loop from sudden VSWR variations that could lead to loop instability. Antenna Switch PIN diodes D5001, D5002 and D5003 are used as antenna switches. These PIN diodes are turned on during the transmission time slot. The RF signal from the Isolator is applied to the PIN diodes D5001 and D5002. The RF signal is then routed through the harmonic filter (C5011, L5008, C5015 and C5016) to the antenna. D5003 provides the needed RX isolation during Transmission mode. In the Receiving mode the PIN diodes are turned off, the input RF signal is directed to the receiver path via λ/4 quarterwave equivalent LC-circuit (C5011, L5007 and C5020) and a further low pass filter (C5020, L5011, C5022 and C5021). The condition of the PIN diodes is controlled by the voltage switch Q5001 by applying the ANT_EN signal (from RedCap2) to the switch. The VCNTO signal (from WPIC) applied to the voltage switch Q5001 is set LOW during the Receiving and Transmission modes. The resistors R5006 and R5008 determine the DC current through the PIN diodes. The RF output signal is disabled during the CLCH (Training) mode by setting the VCNTO signal HIGH thus providing low output power to the antenna during the training slot. Harmonic Filter From the antenna switch the signal is routed to a single-section LC filter, consisting of L5008, C5011, C5015 and C5016. The filter attenuates the harmonics of the transmitter signal and reduces leakage of the Rx LO signal. Resistor R5014 provides a discharge path for any build-up of static electricity at the antenna.

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Frequency Generating Section, Detailed Circuit Description See Figure 4.1-8 This section describes the circuits that generate all the required frequencies for the required transmitter and receiver functions. These circuits are described as follows: • • • •

TCXO REF. Oscillator. Main VCO and Main Synthesizer. Second LO VCO and Dual Synthesizer RF section. Transmit PLL - TX VCO with the ESCORT Synthesizer IC.

Dual Synthesizer (U1501)

Second LO

RF Section

219.3MHz DOIF

SPI-bus 300KHz

LPF

OSC_IN

OSC

Divider FINIFPOS

Main Synthesizer LOIN Main VCO

Reference Oscillator - TCXO – 16.8MHz

XTALBASE

Buffer CPGITR

TETRA_RX_LO

VCOCT

WPIC

To RX Mixer 489.65 – 539.65MHz

LPF OSC

PRSCIN SPI-bus

TX Synthesizer SPI-bus

FREQA

ESCORT (:41/32)

TX VCO IUP IDOWN

FREQB

OSC

TETRA_TX_LO To ESCORT 486.88 – 550.94MHz

Buffer

I/VConverter

TX_SOURCE LPF

To TX-LO line-up 380 – 430MHz

Figure 4.1-8 Frequency Generation Section - Block Diagram

TCXO Reference Oscillator The TCXO oscillator Y1301 is the reference frequency source for all the radio synthesizers. The output of the oscillator is a 16.8 MHz stable temperature-compensated reference clock. This oscillator’s centre frequency is adjustable by means of a PWM DAC (256 steps) to warp the radio frequency in order to lock to the base station. This 16.8 MHz signal from pin 3 of the TCXO is routed into the following devices: 1. To WPIC’s K6 XTALBASE pin via C1301. The signal is divided by 4 to produce the 4.2 MHz reference signal, which is used for the Main Synthesizer PLL.

2. To LMX Dual Synthesizer’s OSCIN pin via C1505. The signal is divided to produce the 300 kHz reference signal for the second LO PLL. The reference signal is also routed from WPIC’s pin F10 (16.8_MHz_CLK) to GCAP3 (and subsequently to RedCap2) to clock the digital circuits.

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Main VCO and Main Synthesizer The main synthesizer components are WPIC, Loop Filter, VCO and buffer. It produces the LO signal. The synthesizer functions are as follows: • • •

To serve as the local oscillator for the mixer of the receiver. It is used to down-mix the RF frequency to the IF frequency 109.65 MHz To provide the reference signal for the ESCORT PLL IC of the Tx synthesizer. To provide as the WPIC feedback signal for locking the main synthesizer.

The WPIC is programmed by the DSP through the SPI bus. The VCO (Q3002 and associated circuitry) generates the LO signal which is fed back to the synthesizer (inside the WPIC) through the PRSCIN. The TCXO provides the 16.8 MHz reference frequency. The synthesizer then generates the VCTRL tuning voltage through WPIC’s CPGITR pin to control the VCO frequency. The loop filter (LPF) consists of C1810, R1805, R1802 and C1816 which filters noise in the tuning voltage. A pre-setting of the VCO frequency is provided by additional tuning via the DC signals from the “Coarse Tune DAC” in the WPIC. The Q3003 and Q3004 buffers prevent loading and interference to the next stage - i.e. the RX Mixer and ESCORT.

LMX - Dual Synthesizer The U1501 (LMX233XL) is an integrated dual frequency synthesizer IC that includes prescalers. It is used with the second LO VCO at the RFCU section. The LMX uses the 16.8 MHz from the TCXO for the second LO synthesizers and divides the TCXO frequency into 300 kHz reference frequency for the second LO.

Second LO VCO The Second LO VCO is a discrete VCO (Q1521) that is controlled by the Dual Synthesizer IC (U1501). The VCO produces a frequency of 219.3 MHz that routes into LOIN pin of WPIC. The output signal of the VCO is also routed via C1544 to the phase detector of Dual Synthesizer (pin 18, FINIFPOS). The internal phase detector is of the charge pump type. The output signal of the phase detector is present at Dual Synthesizer (pin 20, DOIF) and then routed via the loop filter R1511, C1511 and C1512 to tuning diode D1521 of the tank circuit.

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Transmit PLL The TX VCO is a discrete VCO that is controlled by the ESCORT IC U7001. The VCO produces the TX frequency signals in the frequency band 380-430MHz. A discrete coil L7501 is used in the tank circuit of the VCO. Four tuning diodes (D7501-D7504) and the variable feedback by D7505 ensure excellent performance in noise behaviour and signal level stability throughout the whole band. A cascode amplifier is used as buffer to minimize the impact of load pull on the VCO frequency. The synthesizer IC is the ESCORT IC U7001 employing NUD (near-unity-divider) technique to provide fast lock-in to TX frequency using a high reference frequency. The Main synthesizer is used as reference frequency source. The signal frequency of the Main VCO is divided by 41/32 and compared with the TX VCO frequency in the fast phase comparator of the ESCORT. The comparator output signals IUP and IDOWN then control the current mirrors Q7021 and Q7022 to supply the tuning voltage to low pass filter C7011, C7012, R7011 and voltage range extension transistors Q7023 and Q7024 to the tuning diodes. The ESCORT is controlled by the RedCap2 via SPIA_CLK; SPIA_MOSI and SPIA_CS1_ESCORT.

Digital & Audio Section, Detailed Circuit Description See Figure 4.1-9.

SIDE_OPT_SEL1 (from 24-pin connector) SIDE_OPT_SEL2 (from 24-pin connector)

TETRA TXE RF Section

Display

BBP 40-pin Connector

SPIA REDCAP2

INT_SPKR

Keypad

SIDE_OPT_SEL3 (from 24-pin connector)

EXT_SPKR

SOFT_TURN_OFF

Audio PA

INT_EAR

FLASH 4M x 16 bit

SPIB Vibrator Side Data

GCAP3 24-pin Connector

SRAM 512k x 16 bit

Reset

OPT SEL

REDCAP2 JTAG 16-pin Connector

Buffer EXT_MIC USB/RS232 SIDE_SWB+

REDCAP2 BOT_SWB+

On/Off Vol knob

CE_ON_OFF Headset/Keyfail INT_MIC

Figure 4.1-9 Digital Section - Detailed Circuit Diagram

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RedCap2 (Microprocessor & DSP)

Encryption Accelerator

DSP Peripheral DMA

PROM 2Kx24 PRAM 40Kx24

DSP_IRQ STDB SRDB SFSB(2) SCKB(2)

STDA SRDA

Baseband CODEC Serial Port BBP

YROM 0Kx16 XYA(16) YRAM 15Kx16

Counter

Audio CODEC Serial Port SAP

SFSA(2)

XYD(16)/TXA/RXA/GI XROM 0Kx16

Viterbi Accelerator

DSP Timer

SCKA(2)

XYRW,XYSEL,XYSTB

DSP Core

BRM

MCU/DSP Interface MDI

ADRS(22) DATA(16)

XRAM 12Kx16 Shared X/VIAC RAM 2Kx16 Shared X/MCU RAM 2Kx16

R/W

MOSIB MISOB QSCKB SPICSB(5) MOSIA MISOA QSCKA SPICSA(5)

ROM 4Kx32

External Inteface Module

QSPIB

Clocks/PLL

CKIH,CKIL CKOH,CKO

MCU Debug

DEBUG(6)

Layer 1 Timer

TOUT(16)

RAM 512x32

MCU Int. Ctl

OE EB0,EB1 CS(6) MOD INT(6) INT6/DSRA/ STDA/TRST INT7/DTRA/SCLK/ SRDA/TMS

MCU Core

JTAG/OnCE QSPIA

PIG Peripheral I/F Gasket

UARTB

SIM

RST_OUT RST_IN

Reset

GPReg UARTA

COLUMN(5) ROW(5)

Keypad Interface GPIO

MCU Timers/ PWM/PIT/ Watchdog

M U X

DSP_DE JTAG(5) MCU_DE TEST RTSB CTSB TXB RXB MUX_CTL RTSA/IC2A/ RESET_IN CTSA/MCU_DE TXA/TDO RXA/IC1/TDI

COLUMN5/GPIO ROW5/IC2B/GPIO COLUMN6/OC1 COLUMN7/PWM ROW6/DCDA/SC2A/DSP_DE ROW7/RIA/ISCKA//TCK

Figure 4.1-10 RedCap2 - Block Diagram

Figure 4.1-10 is a block diagram of the RedCap2 and its interfaces. The RedCap2 RISC processor controls the operation of the transmitter, receiver, synthesizer and audio (GCAP3) integrated circuits. It uses the Flash memory and SRAM, both located externally. RedCap2 employs SPI protocol (Serial Peripheral Interface) to communicate with the RF ICs, display, keypad and other internal peripherals. The processor can be operated through the RS232 interface by a personal computer to program the Flash memory with firmware and codeplug. Within the RedCap2 is the Digital Signal Processor (DSP) which performs modulation and de-modulation functions for the radio. It also performs ACELP speech coding and Forward Error Correction.

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External Host Memories The RedCap2 Address bus is a 22-bit wide (0:21) and RedCap2 Data Bus is a 16-bit wide (0:15). RedCap2 uses two types of memories: Flash Memory The Flash memory is dedicated to the application software. This memory has a 16-bit wide data bus. The Flash memory is 4 Meg x 16-bit (ie 64 MBits density). When addressing the Flash memory location, the processor reads into its 16-bit wide data bus. Apart from storing radio firmware, the Flash also stores the Radio CodePlug (Customer related information) such as telephone numbers, addresses, etc. SRAM Memory This 512k x 16-bit Static RAM is used for Data storage.

Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) The RedCap2 uses the SPI protocol (Serial Peripheral Interface) to communicate with RF IC's (WPIC, LNODCT, ESCORT), GCAP3 IC and the display driver. The protocol is built upon 4 lines [MOSI(Tx), MISO(Rx), CS, CLK)]. The RF IC's are connected to SPIA module, while GCAP3 and the display are connected via SPIB module. The Display Module, based on the display driver (i.e. Samsung KS0741) uses a serial interface.

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GCAP3 The Global Control Audio Power (GCAP3) IC handles DC power distribution and audio processing (ie audio amplification and analog-to-digital/digital-to-analog conversions). It contains switching and linear regulators, audio preamplifiers, 13-bit CODEC, 14-channel 10-bit A/D Converter, 8-bit D/A Converter and interfaces with an external Audio Amplifier for receive audio.

DC Power Distribution See Figure 4.1-11 TXPA

-

RAW_B+ MOS_SW

SIDE_CONNECTOR_SWB+

MOS_SW

BOTTOM_CONNECTOR_SWB+

FUSED_B+ AUDIO PA

GCAP 3 PWM1_1.8V PWM 1 FUSE

3.3V SW REG

LC Filter

PWM 2 V1

V1_3V

LC Filter

V3_2.775V_DIG

MOS_SW

V2 V3 V4 (with Pass Transistor)

SOFT_TURN_OFF

CORE

LC Filter

V3_2.775V V4_LNODC T

LC Filter V4_2.775V LC Filter VREF1_2.775V

VREF1 VREF2_2.775V VREF2 VREF3

LC Filter VREF2_2.775V_DIG

ESCORT / TXVCO REDCAP, DISPLAY, FLASH, SRAM, I/O-Section Serial VCC for WPIC+ LNODCT RFCU, RXU, TXPA, TXFE AND GATE for TCXO_WARP TX/RX-_LED Backlight_LED

VIB VTS_2.3V

TS-REF 7.2V BATTERY

ADC_INPUT

PA_B+ 5.5V LIN REG

LC Filter

DSC

5V_RF

LC Filter

LNODCT_RFOUT, RF PA bias circuit, VCC for Charge Pumps WPIC+, 2ndLO_PLL_IC, ESCORT

VSIM 5.5V_RF SWB+

BATTERY_Interface_Circuitry TXPA_Driver bias circuit

Figure 4.1-11 MTP700 DC Distribution

Several sections of the radio are connected directly to the battery, which supplies RAW_B+ and FUSED_B+. The radio operates at a low voltage of 5.8Vdc, nominal-level voltage of 7.2Vdc, and high-level voltage of 12Vdc. The battery is connected to J001 pins 3 (+) and J001 pin 1 (-). These pins supply the RAW_B+ to the RF TX power amplifier and the SWB+ current limit regulator. RAW_B+ is routed via F200 (Fuse) becoming FUSED_B+, which is used by the Audio PA, the 3.3V Switching Regulator and the SWB+ switch for the TX Driver bias circuit.

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3.3V Switching Regulator An external 3.3V switching regulator is used to convert the battery voltage (7.2V) down to 3.3V to be used by GCAP3. This regulator can be set to fixed frequency 600KHz (during Tx & Rx) or variable switching frequency (when idle) depending on the load. PWM #1 (Pulse Width Modulation) PWM #1 is a selectable step down switching regulator. It is selectable using the RedCap2 SPIB bus from 1.2V to 2.45V in 6 steps, Pass Through and Power down modes. The switcher is active during Power Reset (POR) in 1.875V mode. It is set to 1.875V. Switching regulator is PWM#1_1.875V, which is the supply for the internal core, emulation port and clock output drivers of the RedCap2. The switcher is supplied from FILT_3.3V and it is active whenever the radio is turned ON. V1 Linear Regulator V1 is a programmable linear regulator. It is programmed using the RedCap2 SPIB bus from 0.975V to 3.0V in 8 steps. This regulator is active during POR and its initial value is 1.55V. For this radio, V1 is programmed to 3.0V, supplying ESCORT section by filtered V1_3V. This regulator is active whenever the radio is turned ON. V2 Linear Regulator V2 is a selectable linear regulator. It is selectable using the GCAP3 UV_SEL pin (internal logic) between either 2.5V and 2.775V. This regulator is active during POR and its initial output value is set by GCAP3 UV_SEL pin. Connecting UV_SEL pin to FILT_3.3V sets V2 output value to 2.775V, connecting UV_SEL pin to Ground sets V2 output value to 2.5V. For this radio, V2 is selected to 2.775V. This regulator is supplied by FILT_3.3V and it is active whenever the radio is turned ON. V2 is the supply for internal audio circuits, CLK_IN input driver and TS interface. V3 Linear Regulator V3 is a selectable linear regulator. It is selectable using the RedCap2 SPIB bus from 1.875V to 2.775V in 4 steps. This regulator is active during POR and its initial output value is 2.775V. For this radio, V3 is selected to 2.775V. The regulator is supplied by FILT_3.3V and it is active whenever the radio is turned ON. V3 is directly used as V3_2.775V_DIG, which is the supply for the RedCap2, Flash, SRAM, GCAP3, Display, logic lines pull-up and 40-pin connector. V3_2.775V is the filtered V3 supply voltage for the Serial VCC of U1001/WPIC+. V4 Linear Regulator V4 is a selectable linear regulator with external pass transistor. It is selectable using the RedCap2 SPIB bus from 1.875V to 2.775V in 4 steps. It is set to 2.775V. V4 is always powered from FILT_3.3V and it is active whenever the radio is turned ON. This regulator is active during POR. V4 supplies via the filtered V4_2.775V the RF sections RFCU, RXU, TXPA and TXFE whilst the LNODCT section has an extra filtered supply voltage V4_LNODCT. VREF1 Linear Regulator VREF1 is a programmable linear regulator. It is programmed using the RedCap2 SPIB bus from 0.95V to 2.775V. This regulator is active during POR and its initial value is 2.775V. For this radio, VREF1 is programmed to 2.775V and is supplied by FILT_3.3V. VREF1 is VREF1_2.775V, which is the supply for the AND Gate on TCXO_WARP line.

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VREF2 Linear Regulator VREF2 is a programmable linear regulator. It is programmed using RedCap2 SPIB bus from 0.95V to 2.775V. For this radio, it is programmed to 2.775V which supplies directly (VREF2_2.775_DIG) the backlights and filtered (VREF2_2.775V) the SSC section (Tx/Rx-LED). TS_REF Linear Regulator TS_REF is a fixed output linear regulator. It is supplied internally from the V2 linear regulator. It is set to 2.3V. The radio uses TS_REF for the AD voltage dividers. It is not active at POR. 5.5V Linear Regulator This is an external linear regulator fed by SWB+. It is used to supply GCAP3 DSC regulator and the Battery Interface Circuitry. DSC Linear Regulator DSC is a fixed output linear regulator. This regulator is active during POR in the 5V mode. DSC is supplied from an external 5.5V linear regulator. The output voltage is filtered (5V_RF) to supply the WPIC+, 2nd LO PLL-IC and ESCORT-IC charge pump circuits, the PA bias OP and LNODCT_RFOUT circuit. Current Limit The SWB+ current limit regulator provides power from the phone battery to clip-on accessories. It is enabled only when the phone is powered up and an accessory which requires power from the phone is connected.

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Radio Audio System See Figure 4.1-12 The audio system consists of the GCAP3 IC (U200) and the DSP (U301), both are located on the main board. The GCAP3 performs the analog task and part of the digital task of the audio system. Tx Path Audio speech is fed either to the internal microphone or the external microphone. The signals reach the GCAP3 IC. In the GCAP3 IC, a fix gain amplifier (A3 or A5) provides the signal amplification, the multiplexer (MUX) selects the active input and the Programmable Gain Amplifier (TxPGA) adjust the path gain according to the radio mode of operation. Finally, the A/D converts the analog signal into digital format and transfers it to the DSP. The DSP performs the functions of audio filtering, ACELP speech compression, forward error correction (FEC), digital modulation, and transfers the data to the RF section. When the radio is operating in the telephone interconnect mode, the DSP performs the required tasks such as echo and noise reduction. Rx Path The digital output signal from the receiver is fed to the DSP which performs the functions of digital de-modulation, FEC, ACELP speech de-compression, and audio filtering. It transfers the data to the GCAP3 IC. In this IC, the D/A converts the digital audio format to an analog signal, the Programmable Gain Amplifier (RxPGA) adjusts the path gain according to the setting of the volume control, and the multiplexer routes the audio to the active receive path. The audio is fed to A4, single-ended audio power amplifier. It is then fed to the Audio PA, where most of the amplification is performed and can be selected either to go through the internal speaker or external speaker. Altenatively, the audio from GCAP3 can also be sent through A1 to the internal Earpiece.

INT MIC

GCAP 3 EXT MIC

AUX_MIC +

MI C +

CODEC

+ A5

AUX_MIC -

MI C -

PGA

MI CIN -

MI C

EAR-PIECE

A/D

A3 +

SPKRIN

MUXIN

(A1 INPUT) VAG RC FILTER

SPKROUT 1

RC FILTER

SPKROUT 2

INT SPKR

TDA8547 or ADI part

AL RTIN

SPKR+

(A2 INPUT)

+ -1

A1

EARPIECE +

VCC1

VCC2

SERIAL INTERFACE

VAG

-

IN1-

OUT1-

PGA

SPKR-

SPKRIN

IN1+ OUT1+ AL RTOUT -

IN2OUT2-

Vcc

A2

IN2+ AL RTOUT +

SVR

OUT2+

EXT SPKR

AL RTIN

MODE Stby/ Mute NC

GND2

SEL

AUDIO_OUT

EXTOUT

A4 +

VAG

GND1

Figure 4.1-12 Audio Path - Block Diagram

D/A

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RS232, SB9600, JTAG The RedCap2 processor (RCE) uses the three serial protocols: RS232/UART, SB9600, and JTAG to communicate with external devices via the bottom connector of the unit. There is no external hardware for switching from one protocol to another because the RedCap2 handles the switching and line multiplexing functions internally.

Battery ID The battery is equipped with a Dallas 2502 EPROM. A one-wire serial bus allows the radio or the battery charger to communicate with the battery and identify whether or not the battery is compatible. If the battery is determined to be incompatible, the unit automatically shuts off, and the charger does not enter charging mode. Besides compatibility data, the EPROM also stores the following information: battery type, capacity, fuel-gauging parameters, and voltage threshold.

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Display and Keypad, Detailed Description Display The LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Module is a Graphic Display based upon the KS0741TB-01 display driver. It consist of LCD Holographic Glass, LED backlight and a 22 pin flex cable connected to the Keypad board. The Communication to the RedCap2 IC is performed using a SPI protocol (Serial Peripheral Interface). The Operation of the LCD is determined upon the RS line configuration (Data/Command). The Display is 128X100 (Columns X Rows respectively).

Keypad The RedCap2 processor (RCE) is responsible for decoding key presses and displaying them properly on the LCD. The keys are arranged into a matrix of five rows and five columns, which includes the Volume and PTT keys. The PWR key is not decoded by the RCE; it directly drives the GCAP3, which sends a signal to RCE through INT1. The five row lines are pulled high via five internal 22 Kohm resistors. The five row lines and five column lines are fed to RedCap2 I/O pins. Pressing any key also generates the keypad internal interrupt. The RedCap2 debounces the keys by reading them 25 milliseconds later. The keypad-decoding scheme works as follows: 1. RedCap2 sets rows to inputs; all columns are set as outputs and driven logic low. 2. Rows are pulled logic high. When a key is pressed, one row goes low, which indicates a key press and sends an internal interrupt. 3. RedCap2 reads rows. A low on that row indicates a key press. All others are high. 4. RedCap2 sets all columns to output logic high. 5. One column at a time is set to output logic low. RedCap2 reads the columns to see which one is now at a logic low level. 6. The low row level (in step 3) and low column level (in step 5) indicate the correct column and row. All keypad circuitry is located on the keypad board. Refer to the keypad board schematics.

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Backlight and LEDs Backlight The keypad backlight consists of 8 green LEDs. There are 2 more LEDs in the LCD module that are connected in parallel to the keypad LEDs. Top LEDs There is a tri-color (Green, Red and Amber when both turns on) LED located on the main board. These LED colors are used as indicators to the radio operation.

Radio Programming The radio is entered into programming mode by setting the MOD pin high level, and applying a preamble sequence to the radio via the RS232 lines. A 12Vdc can be applied to pin 15 on the 16-pin connector to set the radio into flashing mode. The MOD pin assertion is encountered at least 4 CKIH cycles before the negation of the Reset pin.

Accessory Connector The radio provides two connectors for access to personal computers, data devices and audio accessories. Bottom Connector The 14-pin bottom connector is intended to support connection to personal computers, and test systems. The bus has seven standard modes of operation: Normal (Nothing Connected), USB Mode, Emergency, PTT, RS232 Mode 4-wire, RS232 8-wire/SSI Mode and SB9600 mode. There are also three additional non-standard modes, KEYLOAD, FLASH, and JTAG, which are used only for secure keyloading, development, factory programming and debugging. These modes are selected by applying appropriate logic levels to the Option Select pins, named OPTION1 and OPTION2. Some of the modes listed above are selected by the additional application of a level on the USB POWER and CE_ON_OFF pins as well. Mode Select (OPTION1 and OPTION2) Logic levels applied to the OPTION1, OPTION2, USB POWER, and ON_OFF/JTAG/ FLASH lines are used to select the different modes. The modes will be set as follows:

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Table 4.1-1 Bottom Connector Mode Table MODE

ON_OFF/ JTAG/ FLASH

BOTTOM OPTION1

BOTTOM OPTION2

USB PWR

Standard

Normal (No Accessory)

0

1

1

0

Modes

USB Accessory / Computer

0

1

1

>4.0V

Emergency

0

1

0

X

RS-232 (4 wire) / SSI

0

PTT (Push To Talk)

0

0

0

X

RS-232 (8 wire)

0

0

1

X

SB9600

0

Non

KEYLOAD

0

Standard

FLASH

Modes

JTAG

*

X

X

*

X

11.4-12.6 V

X

X

X

7.6-8.4 V

X

X

X

Note: * Schottky Diode with forward voltage less than 0.4V. Logic Levels 1 : 2.0V to 2.85V, typical 2.775V 0 : 0V to 0.8V X : Do Not Care Condition

Pin No.

Signal Name (Short_Form)

Power/ Default States GND

RS232/ SSI

RS232 (8 wire)

SB9600

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

USB

JTAG

1

Power Ground (GND)

2

USB+/TXD (D+)/TDO

D+

TXD

TXD

TXD

TDO

3

USB-/RXD (D-)/TDI

D-

RXD

RXD

RXD

TDI

4

USB Power/RTS/Reset_In

USB_ PWR

RTS

RTS

BUSY IN

RESET_IN

5

SWB+

SWB+

SWB+

SWB+

SWB+

SWB+

6

CTS/MCU_DE

CTS

CTS

BUSY OUT

MCU_DE

7

FS/DCD/DSP_DE

FS

DCD

DSP_DE

8

SCK/RI/TCK

SCK

RI

TCK

9

SRDA/DTR/TMS

SRDA

DTR

TMS

10

STDA/DSR/TRST

STDA

DSR

TRST

11

Bottom_Option_1 (BOT_OPT1)

BOT_ OPT1

BOT_ OPT1

BOT_ OPT1

BOT_ OPT1

BOT_ OPT1

BOT_ OPT1

12

Bottom_Option_2 (BOT_OPT2)

BOT_ OPT2

BOT_ OPT2

BOT_ OPT2

BOT_ OPT2

BOT_ OPT2

BOT_ OPT2

13

On_Off/JTAG/FLASH Mode (On_Off/JTAG)

On_Off /JTAG

On_Off /JTAG

On_Off /JTAG

On_Off /JTAG

On_Off /JTAG

On_Off /JTAG

14

Headset Indication/Key_Fail

Key

Key

HS/Key

Key

Key

SWB+

Table 4.1-2 Bottom Connector Pin Out Table

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Side Connector The side connector is intended to support connection to accessories such as PSM, RSM, Headset, 2 or 4-wire data terminals and SB9600 based devices. The side connector has 16 modes of operation as shown in Table 4.1-3. In order to be compatible with previous generation radios, the modes of operation are selected by applying the appropriate logic levels to the Side Option Select Pins named SIDE_OPTION1, SIDE_OPTION2. In addition, SIDE_OPTION3 will be used to select the other modes as per Table 4.1-3. Voltage level for SIDE_OPTION3 is per Table 4.1-4. Table 4.1-3 Side Connector Mode Table

Mode

SIDE OPTION1

SIDE OPTION2

SIDE OPTION3

1

Ext PTT

0

0

V4

2

Emergency

0

0

V3

3

Volume Up

0

0

V2

4

Volume Down

0

0

V1

5

Man Down

0

0

V0

6

MAP27

1

0

V4

7

Spare

1

0

V3

8

SB9600/SBEP

1

0

V2

9

4-Wire Data (RS232)

1

0

V1

10

2-Wire Data (RS232)

1

0

V0

11

Ext Spkr

0

1

V4

12

RSM with earbud

0

1

V3

13

RSM/PSM

0

1

V2

14

User Programmable 2

0

1

V1

15

User Programmable1

0

1

V0

16

Idle

1

1

V4

Symbol

Min Level/V

Typical/V

Max Level/V

V0

0

0.3

0.58

V1

0.62

0.8

0.98

V2

1.02

1.2

1.38

V3

1.42

1.6

1.78

V4

1.82

2.1

2.30

Table 4.1-4 Voltage Levels for Side Option3

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Pin No.

Signal Name

1

Ext_Speaker+

2

Ext_Speaker-

3

OPT B+

4

Ext_Mic

5

SIDE_OPT2

6

SIDE_OPT1

7

GND

8

Rx_Data

9

Tx_Data

10

CTS / BUSY_OUT

11

RTS / BUSY_IN

12

SIDE_OPT3

13

VIBRATOR

Table 4.1-5 Side Connector Pin Out Table

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R003

R010

L2302

C2305 C2402

L2402

L2300

D001 C016

C018

C017

C004 C005 C019

C013

C012 Q2200

D2100 C5014

U5001

C5022

C5002

L5011

C4033

C5011

C5016

L5007

C5020

C5018

R5014

L5008 C5010

L5004

D5002 C5008

C5006

D5003

C5009 C5019 D5001

C4030 C4051

C4043

R4009

C4022

E4002

L5003

R4007 C4015

L5006

C5013

R4008

R5002

S005

C5001

C5005 C4042

R4018

2

A07_O

C5021

R5003

R5001 C4026

C4020 R4016 R4004

R4005

Q4001

L4008

C6053

1

C6043

C6045

C6046

SH6001

C6033

C4019

R6022

C6044 C6042

C6048

C6039

C6047

1 T6001

C4018

R6023

C6029

C6038

C4052

C6032

C6050

L6008

49

33

L6009

C4031

C4024 C6031

C6036 C6022 C6037

C6030 R6021

C6035 C6004 C6023

R6014 R6015 C030

L4009

C6041

U6002

R5004

L4010

C4028

R6020

C6019

C6018 R009

C6040

1

C6051

R210

C6025 C6021

17

C6024 C6057 R6029

C202

R211 R212

C6052

C6003

C6049

J002 R232

C289 C036

Q202

C233

R008

C026

R006

R6019

C6020

C027

R6018

R296

E6001

Q6002

R007

C011

C6056

C007

C2201 R2200

C2206

C2207

C2204

C2202

L2200 R2201

C2501

C2200

C2203

2

U2200

C2503

1

C2209

L2503

FL2500

C2210 R2202

3

L2201

C2506

E2200 C2208

L2501

C2504

L2202

C2205

SH2002

C2500

VR004

C2301

C2403

E2400

C2300

C2406 6

L2500

R2409

C2408

C2302

5 4

C1016

C1005 R1807

C1002

L2403

C2502

L2502

C1018

C2405

L2401

Q2400

C1812

C1017

C2303

U2400

R2408

C2505

C1019

C1006

C1008

C2404

C1806

C1803

C1817

C1014

C1015

C1807

C1541

C1003

R6004 C6002

R6016

2

C210

C1801

L1002

C1021

R6017

C031

C208

C254

R225

R1003 C1001

C025 C033

C238 C206

C216

R1001

A1

L2301

R2406

C2401

R2410

L1001

VR009

C293

C298

C257

U1001

C2400

C1811

C1804 C1809

R1002

C1302

R1301 C331

L301

C311 R316 R218

C1010

C256

R217 C316 C307 R315

C266

E213

C252

C237

C1820

C213

R202 C230

R245

C227

C207

C267

U200

C239

R207 R206

C204

U102

C117

C231

C341

C288

R275

Y200 R203

C265

R242

R1810

C340

C292

R244

C1009

C291

E206

R241

R1804

C1022

E214

C264

R243

C1012

C1808

C214

C235

J110

C215

C221

R205

C100

C1301

C262 C310

C312 R318

C314

C309 5 C328

C209

8

4

U107

5

C223

C259

8

C220 C251

C258

U307

R240

R1004

C2304

R2405

R2403

R2407

C1007

C1013

C2306

R2404

C2407

C1816

R1005

L2400

C2002

C1020

C1004

R2401 L2001 R2402

R1802

3

C294

E205

R221

R213

R215 VR104

R214

1

C287

C261

2

C295

R284

C211

C260

Q101

C101

C1810

R2400

C290

R114

C105

C1805

C2001

R1805

Y1301

U304

E207

C203

C212

C249

C299

R109

R274

R113

4

8

U111

R108

E212

Q100

5

R112

U106

U205

C219

R107

U305

R235

C323

C313

R121

C113

R004

C024 C116

C305 C322

R106

C112

C1802

C1011

4

R127

C131

R314

C318

R125

C130

40

R324 C317

R126

C132

R308 R307

R124

C133

S003

C001

SH2001

4

C330

R115

R123

C134

R272

U108

R132

R310

U301

C306

R128 C135

S002

R309 C304

R131

C136

U308

C120

R001

R130

C115 RV101

C104

R313

R002 R129

C006

C002 C003

E302

J100

S004

SH1000 E209

R312

R111 R110

S100

C263

C325

C324

C308

C329

C121

C315 C321

R122 E105

C327 C320

1

C326 C319

SH300

R005

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C5015

R5008

SH5001 SH4002

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SH3001

380-430 MHz Main Board Bottom Side PCB No. 8466547A08

L4005

SH4001

D101

R287

Q103 C229

C253

TP100

C228

TP102

D203

E200

TP103 TP106

SH6002

E001

E204 C275 E203

D100

Q204

RT200

VR103

D202

10

C248

L202

C286 R285

U202

D204 L200

C201

R101

C124 C232 R209 C205

R204 C236 R230

R102

C226

1

C271

VR101

C242

R120 20

C125

C224 C127 R100

C272 11

E102

E101

C122

E202 C278 C037 E211 C035 C277 C034 E210 C032 C276

E002

C273

C218

C126

C102 VR100

C285

C241

C038

E106

VR105

VR002

L6004

C6014 R6011 C6009 R6008 C6011 R6010 C6012

U005

C217 E201

E107 1

VR001

L6003

C6010 C6008

R6013

C6016

C6006

U6001

C6013

U001

C243

R277

R256

R279

U002 C6007

R254 R280 R281

E108

C302 C269 C244 C402

R229

E215

R208

C301

TP101

SH200

R119

C123

C279

L6002 C6005

E208

C297

R271 C247

Q201

Q6001

L6006 C6055

R6012 C6017

C6015

C296

R6005

R6006

L6005

L4011 R6024

R6026 C6034 C4005 R4010

16 R4002

TP105

C225 C268

R6002 R6001 R6003

C274

R4001

L4006 R4003

C4050

U4102

U4100 R4100

C4100

R4102

R5006

C5012

1

R6025

C281

U101

2

R5005

C4006

C4009 R4101

Q5001

C4101

R5011

L4100

L4007

R5012

U4002

R5010

U4001

RT4001

R4012 C4011

R5013

FL5001

C4021

C5003

Q4100

C5007

1

L5010

L5005

M4001

C137

C222 C240

VR201

C138

C280

C246

J001

C139

U100

J5001

L4003 C4003

F1

TP201

R6009

C4012

A07_O R5007

C200

TP300

C010

C4014 C4013

C4008

C250

F200

E6002

C4001

R4006

C4007

4

U303 A1

C114 C119 C118

C255

TP305

E103

F8

TP307

C009

C6001 3

C401

R319

C1502C1504 C1501

C1505 C1506

A8

E104

U201

C234

C1522

R1512 R1511

R1523

C282

R1521

16

C300

Q7503

R7509

C4035

C284

A6

H6

TP303

C6027

C4037

L201

C1526

C303

R7508R7510

Q102

R116

U302

C6026

C4036

A1

H1

C1512

C7512

C7506

C7514

R7505

Q7502

L7506

R117

TP335

L7505

SH201 R118

C1511

R7503

TP316

TP306

C245

C7507

Q1521

C1521

Q7501

R7504

C1523

C1543

R7512

C1542

R7502

9

C1525

R1522

R1524 L1541

L7508

U1501 L1521 D1521

C1524

Q1531

R7516

R7518

R7517

Q7504

L7501

D7502 C7502

C1544

21

C7505

R7506

D7505

C7508

R7514

TP312

R255 R252 C270 C283 R278

C3003

L7507

C1527

TP301

TP304

SH301

C7509

C3001

L3001

C7510 R7513 R7515

4 R7511

C1815 R3001

C7511

5

R1803

D7503

D7504

L7504

C7031

U7001

L1522

R7501

C7504

R7005

R7004

L7502

C7503

C7012 R7011

D7501

Q7021

Q7024

R7022

R7507

C7002

C7513

C7022

C7001

R7021

C7011

R7003

L7503

R7031 C7501

C3020

C7021R7023R7024

R3003

R7002

L3005

Q7022

Q7023

C7003

L3004

L3003

C3014 R3007

D3003

D3002

D3001

R7001

C3018 C3017

R3009

L3002

2

8

C3022

Q3003 C3028 C3015 R3010

C3002

3

R3018

C3019

R3014

Q3002

C3012

FL2100 1

C2100

Q3004

R3017

C3016

C3029

C3026 Y3001 7

C3011

E2100

S001

C3005

5

C3025

R3015 R3016

R3008

C3009

C3006

4

C3007 C3008

6

C2101

L3006

E3001

C3021

R3005

C3024

R3006 R3013

R3002

C3023 Q3001

C3013 R3004

SH1500

SH7000

R220

4.1 - 32

R103 TP104

VR102

TRANSCEIVER 400 MHz

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

DIGITAL

RAW_B+ BAT_DATA

G G

G G

RAW_B+ BAT_DATA

PTT EMERGENCY KP_COL1 KP_COL2

G G G G

G G G G

PTT EMERGENCY KP_COL1 KP_COL2

VREF2_2.775V RED_LED GRN_LED SW_1 SW_2 SW_4 SW_8 INT_EARINT_EAR+ VOL VTS_2.3V ON EXT_SPKREXT_SPKR+ SIDE_RX SIDE_TX SIDE_CTS SIDE_RTS SIDE_OPT_SEL1 SIDE_OPT_SEL2 SIDE_OPT_SEL3 VIBRATOR INT_SPKRINT_SPKR+ EXT_MIC KP_ROW4 SIDE_OPT_B+

G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G

G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G

VREF2_2.775V RED_LED GRN_LED SW_1 SW_2 SW_4 SW_8 INT_EARINT_EAR+ VOL VTS_2.3V ON EXT_SPKREXT_SPKR+ SIDE_RX SIDE_TX SIDE_CTS SIDE_RTS SIDE_OPT_SEL1 SIDE_OPT_SEL2 SIDE_OPT_SEL3 VIBRATOR INT_SPKRINT_SPKR+ EXT_MIC KP_ROW4 SIDE_OPT_B+

V4_LNODCT V3_2.775V V1_3V 5V_RF V4_2.775V SPIA_CS0_WPIC SPIA_CS2_ODCT SPIA_CS1_ESCORT SYNT_CS_ SPIA_MISO SPIA_MOSI SPIA_CLK WPIC_SRD WPIC_STD WPIC_FSYNC WPIC_TXCLK WPIC_TXE

G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G

G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G

V4_LNODCT V3_2.775V V1_3V 5V_RF V4_2.775V SPIA_CS0_WPIC SPIA_CS2_ODCT SPIA_CS1_ESCORT SYNT_CS_ SPIA_MISO SPIA_MOSI SPIA_CLK WPIC_SRD WPIC_STD WPIC_FSYNC WPIC_TXCLK WPIC_TXE

RX_ACQ WPIC_OSC_EN LO_DRIVER_EN ANT_EN PA_TEMP TCXO_WARP TETRA_MAIN_VCO_ON ESC_VCO_BUF_EN RESET_OUT 16.8_MHz_CLK PA_BIAS SPIA_CS_PA_BIAS

G G G G G G G G G G G G

G G G G G G G G G G G G

RX_ACQ WPIC_OSC_EN LO_DRIVER_EN ANT_EN PA_TEMP TCXO_WARP TETRA_MAIN_VCO_ON ESC_VCO_BUF_EN RESET_OUT 16.8_MHz_CLK PA_BIAS SPIA_CS_PA_BIAS

SWB+

G

G

SWB+

FILT_3.3V 5.5V_RF KP_COL4

G G G

G

GROUND

X002

4.1 - 33

RF

PA_TEMP_RETURN

GROUND (GLOBAL)

dummy

Page 14-20

dummy

Page 2-13

Digital and RF Block Diagram

COLUMN4

D7

COLUMN5

D8

COLUMN6_OC1

D9

COLUMN7

D10

ROW0

D11

ROW1

ROW4

V3_2.775V_DIG

G R002 1K

A14

G G G

B14 C13 B13

WPIC_SRD WPIC_TXCLK

A13 C14

G

A12

WPIC_FSYNC

B12 A5

G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G

C5 D5 C6 B6 A6 D6 D7 C7 B7 B8 A8 D8 E6 E7 E8 K2 K4 L2

LO_DRIVER_EN ESC_VCO_BUF_EN WPIC_TXE PA_BIAS GCAP3_AD_TRIGGER ANT_EN TETRA_MAIN_VCO_ON IDLE SW_2 SW_4 SW_8 WPIC_OSC_EN GCAP3_STANDBY SIDE_OPT_SEL1 SIDE_OPT_SEL2 RX_ACQ

G G

32KHz_CLK

G

PWM1_1.8V

G

FILT_3.3V

16.8_MHz_CLK

M3 R10

C304

R312

6800pF E302

T10

51

P10 N10

C305

C306

.01uF

10uF

C026

F16 VCC

5

0.1uF F13

RS232_CTS

G13

RS232_RTS

G14

1

RS232_RX

G15 Internal Pulldown

3

RS232_TX

IN_A1

OUT_Y1

IN_A2

OUT_Y2

6

G G

4

SIDE_TX SIDE_CTS

MUX_CTRL GND

L12 K12 J12

R007 39K

K11

R006 39K

U001 NL27WZ16

J13 RS232_RI

J16

RS232_DCD

N13

G G G G G G G

R14 R15 T14 R16 P16 P15 P14

KP_COL0 KP_COL1 KP_COL2 KP_COL3 KP_COL4 BAT_DATA_OUT EXT_SPKR_SEL

DSP_1

L15

G G G G G

K13 K14 K15 J14 J15

KP_ROW0 KP_ROW1 KP_ROW2 KP_ROW3 KP_ROW4

0.1uF

T13

G

V3_2.775V

G G

SIDE_RX

5

P13 VCC

XYD15

XYD14

STO

P9

XYD13

RESET_IN RESET_OUT

R13

6

DSP_3

4 6

WPIC_STD

C027

R9

EB1

CS0

N2

N3 5

EB0

RW

OE

J3

K1

M1 4

M2

2

3

1

ROW3 ROW5_IC2B

T9

D15

XYD12

D14

N9

D13

ROW2

XYD11

D12

R001 1K

2

E3

E1

E2

E4 XYA15

XYA14

XYA13

XYA12

XYA11

D1

D3

C3

C2

A1

A2

A3

D2

XYA10

XYA9

XYA8

XYA7

XYA6

XYA5

XYA4

COLUMN3

D6

TP312

TP316

V3_2.775V_DIG B2

B3

D4

G XYA3

XYA2

XYA1

B4

A4

XYA0

C4

B5

XYSEL

DSP_IRQ

XYST

C12

PWR_EN

T11

SIMRESET

T12

N12

P12

SENSE

SIMCLK

SIMDATA

XZYRW

HEADSET_KEYFAIL

BOT_SWB+_EN

BAT_DATA_IN

SOFT_TURN_OFF

G G G G G

TP307

N11

G11 DSP_DE

H11 TEST

MCU_DE

H14

G16

H12

TMS

TRST

F12

TDO

D5

XYD10

P7

COLUMN2

M11

N7

15

D4

FLASH

N6

14

COLUMN1

M10

T6

13

D3

XYD9

R6

12

COLUMN0

M9

P6

11

ROW6_DCD_SC2A_DSP_DE

XYD8

10

ROW7_RI_SCKA_TCK

D1

XYD7

N5

D0 D2

XYD6

P5

9

ADDR21

N8

HST_DATA(0:15)

P4

8

TXB

M6

R4

RXB

ADDR20

L10

T4

6

RTSB

ADDR19

XYD5

5

CTSB

ADDR18

XYD4

P3

ADDR17

XYD3

4

ADDR16

T8

R3

TXA_TDO

P8

3

ADDR15

R8

T3

RXA_IC1_TDI

XYD2

T2

2

7

HST_DATA(0:15)

T1

1

RTSA_IC2A_RESET_IN

ADDR14

XYD1

0

F3

CTSA_MCU_DE

ADDR13

M5

21

ADDR12

T7

F2

MUX_CTL

ADDR11

XYD0

F1

ADDR10

R7

F4

20

ADDR9

Option_Select_2

18 19

P1GND

INT7_DTR_SCLK_SRDA_TMS

G4

ADDR8

INT6_DSR_STDA_TRST

17

PGND

INT5

G3

PVCC

ADDR7

L14

16

ADDR6

M13

HST_Addr(0:21)

E5

PCAP

ADDR5

Option_Select_1

H3

CKO

EMERGENCY

H2

14

ADDR4

INT4

13

CKOH

INT3

H1

CKIL CKIH

ADDR3

M14

F5 H4

12

ADDR2

M16

10 11

TOUT15

17x17mm BGA

ADDR1

SW_1

G5

TOUT14

ADDR0

INT2

9

TOUT13

M15

H5

TOUT12

REDCAP2

SPICS4B

GCAP3_INT

G6

8

TOUT11

SPICS3B

PTT

H6

7

TOUT10

U301-1

SPICS2B

INT1

6

SPICS1B

INT0

J6

TOUT9

30C40

SPICS0B

N16

K6

5

SPI_CKB

N14

4

TOUT8

N15

J4 L5

15

HST_Addr(0:21)

J1

3

MOSIB

PSTAT3

1 2

TOUT7

PSTAT2

R308 39K

MISOB

PSTAT1

R307 39K

J2

TOUT6

E15

E12 0

TOUT5

D15

A10

TOUT4

SPICS4A

SIZ1

B10

TOUT3

SPICS3A

PSTAT0

VIBRATOR

C10

SPICS2A

E13

AUDIO_PA_ENABLE

D11 D10

TOUT2

SIZ0

SPIB_CS2_GCAP3

D12

TOUT1

F14

SPIB_CS1_DISPLAY

G G G G G G G G

TOUT0

SPICS1A

F15

SPIB_CLK SIDE_SWB+_EN

C11

TCK

H13 SPIB_MOSI

F7

SPI_CKA SPICS0A

NU NU

SPIB

E9

MOSIA

MOD

SPIB_MISO

E10

SRDB2

MISOA

R12

SYNT_CS_

SCKB SC1B

DISPLAY_RS

SPIA_CS2_ODCT SPIA_CS_PA_BIAS

STDB SRDB

SC2B

CS5

SPIA_CS1_ESCORT

A9 D9 E11

R313 39K DNP

SCKB2

SRAM

SPIA_CLK

B9 C9

39K

SC1A

CS4

SPIA_MOSI

SPIA_CS0_WPIC

G G G G G G G G

39K

R324

SC2A

R1

SPIA

L301 220nH

64Mb_SEL

SPIA_MISO

A15

G

R115

SC0B

CS3

A16

GCAP3_FSYNC

TRANSCEIVER 400 MHz

SC0A

P1

GCAP3

SCKA

R2

B16

STDA SRDA

CS2

D13 C15

CS1

GCAP3_DCLK

D16

G G G

P2

GCAP3_RX

TDI

G12

DNP

GCAP3_TX

BAT_DATA_PULL_UP

TP304

TP306

C331 33pF

D14

C330 33pF

TP305

TP301

TP303

TP302

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

TP300

4.1 - 34

OUT_Y1

IN_A1

OUT_Y2

IN_A2

1 3

SIDE_RTS

MEM_CNTL(6:1)

GND

RS232_DTR

2

RS232_DSR

PTT GCAP3_INT OPT_SEL_1 OPT_SEL_2 LV_DETECT EMERGENCY MOD

U002 NL27WZ16

G G G G G G G

INTERRUPT INPUTS

R008

39K

39K

G G G G

R314 22K

TP335

DSP, Controller & Memory Schematic Diagram (RedCap2)

R009

DISPLAY_RS RESET_OUT TX_DETECT SW_1

TRANSCEIVER 400 MHz

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

4.1 - 35

G

V3_2.775V_DIG

VREF1_2.775V

Gen Port Ctrl Reg (GPCR) GPCR = xxxxxxxx x11xxx11

RS232_CTS RS232_RTS RS232_RX RS232_TX MUX_CTRL

JTAG

ESSI BUSY_OUT

RTS

RTS

RTS

RX

RX

RX

RX

TDI

TX

TX

TX

TX

TDO

MCU_DE

U307 TC7S08FU

G G G G G

RESET_IN

BUSY_IN (IC2)

RS232_CTS

1

DSP_1

RS232_RTS

2

RS232_RX

INB

OUTY

INA

RS232_TX

G

SB9600

ESSI CTS

CTS

R315 6.8K

4

G

TCXO_WARP

C307 0.1uF

MUX_CTRL

NOTE: RESETS FROM THE BOTTOM CONNECTOR WILL ONLY BE POSSIBLE IF

U304

RS232_DTR

5

SCKA

SCKA

TCK

DCD

SC2A

SC2A

DSP_DE

INT7

DTR

SRDA

SRDA

TMS

INT6

DSR

STDA

STDA

TRST

G G G G

1

RS232_RI

2

RS232_DCD

VCC

RI

ROW6

INB INA

RS232_DTR

OUTY

4

AND GATE

RS232_DSR

U305

VCC

5

RS232_DSR

ROW7

3

RS232_RI RS232_DCD

5109522E22

TC7S08FU

MUX_CTRL =1 AND THE 8-WIRE INTERFACE IS THUS SET TO JTAG MODE

GND

4-Wire RS232

5

8-Wire RS232

CTS

VCC

SYMBOL PIN NAME

C328 0.1uF

GPCR (Bit7)=1

GND

GPCR (Bit7)=0

3

Gen Port Ctrl Reg (GPCR) GPCR = xxxxxxxx x00xxx00

DSP_3

MUX_CTRL=1

MUX_CTRL=0

2

CS2

Vss

R318

R319

DNP

DNP

(U302) 256K x 16 CYPRESS

Bypass Caps for REDCAP

256K x 16 SAMSUNG

X

DNP

512K x 16 CYPRESS

X

DNP

512K x 16 SAMSUNG

X

X

GND

1

NC

5102463J77

NOT GATE

R316 DNP

MC74HC1G04

G

Type of SRAM

4

OUT_Y_

3

E3

V3_2.775V_DIG

A6

IN_A

HST_Addr(0:21)

G

C302 0.1uF

6

C3

J10

7

C4

K7

8

K8

9

H2

K9

10

H3

K10

11

H4

L6

12

H5

L11

13

G3

14

G4

D4

15

F3

16

F4

17

18 19

E4

IO4 IO5

A0

IO6

A1

IO7

A2

IO8

A3

IO9

A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9

IO10 IO11 IO12 IO13 IO14 IO15

A10 A11

NC1

A12

NC2

A13

NC3

A14

NC4

A15

NC5

A16 A17

B3

D5

3

E5

4

F5

5

EB1#

0

B4

R309

A5

1 1

D8

2

C8

3

B8

4

C7

10

5

A8

D2

11

6

B7

E2

12

7

C6

F2

13

8

F1

14

9

A3

G1

15

10

C3

F6

6

G6

7

B1

8

C1

9

C2

WR_

0 R310 DNP

A7

11

B2

A6

12

A2

E3

13

C2

G2

14

A1

H1

15

B1

R319

16

C1

0

17

D1

18

B6

19

B5

20

A6

H6

A18

C5

64 Mb 4 M x 16 8 Mb

A0

DQ0 U303

A1

DQ1

A2

DQ2

A3

DQ3

A4

DQ4

A5

DQ5

A6 A7 A8

DQ6 DQ7 DQ8

A9

DQ9

A10

DQ10

A11

DQ11

A12

DQ12

A13

DQ13

A14

DQ14

A15

DQ15

A16 A17

NC1

A18 A19 A20

E7 F7

0 1

D5

2

E5

3

F4

4

D3

5

E3

6

F2

7

D6

8

E6

9

F6

10

D4

11

E4

12

F3

13

D2

14

E2

15

C4 A21

MEM_CNTL(6:1) HST_DATA(0:15)

1

G

1

SH301 SHIELD

E1

FLASH

EN_RP EN_WP

RESET_OUT

SH300 SHIELD

F5

EN_OE EN_WE

E8

21

EN_CE

VPP

3

VCC

F8

2

VCCQ

A4

E1 VCC2

EN_WE

D1

D3

IO3

4

C6

28F320C3

J9

EN_CE

1

GND2

B4

IO2

D7

0

C5

GND1

5

IO1

5

B6

F1

A3

VCC1

D6 1

IO0

EN_BHE

CYPRESS 512k x16

G5

EN_OE

U302 CY62147V

GND2

B5

1

EN_BLE

GND1

K3

M8

6

B3

QGND4

QGND3

B2

4

L16

L7

MGND

QGND2

QGND1

L1

F10

L9

KGND

LGND

C1

HGND1

HGND2

E14

A11

GGND2

GGND3

A7

T15

GGND1

FGND

2

A5

NC9 NC11

A2

A4

QVCCH4

QVCCH3

QVCCH2

J11

M7

L13

F9

QVCCH1

QVCC4

QVCC3

QVCC2

L4

F8

L8

B1

LVDD

KVDD

MVDD

NC18

A1

4

2

NC8 NC10

C301 0.1uF

E6

Core Voltage Convertors

Internal Core

DSP DATA visibilty

DSP Address visibilty

SIM CARD

QSPI & L1T & BBP

C8

E16

HVDD2

HVDD1

B11

T16

GVDD3

GVDD2

M12

H16

FVDD

GVDD1

M4

EVDD

B15

DVDD

R5

N1

BVDD

QVCC1

NC17 NC19

G2

J8

NC16

3

3

NC7

K16

J7

NC15

NC6

H15

H9 H10

NC5

L3

H8

NC4

EGND

H7

NC3

DGND

G9 G10

REDCAP2 U301-2 PWR_GND_NC

NC2

C16

G8

CGND

C318 0.1uF

T5

C317 .01uF

BGND

C316 0.1uF

NC14

N4

C314 0.1uF

NC1

AGND2

C313 0.1uF

NC13

AGND1

G7 C309 1.0uF

NC12 NC0

K5

F11

CVDD

AVDD1 F6

C308 150pF

V3_2.775V_DIG

C325 .01uF

P11

C324 0.1uF

J5

C323 0.1uF

G1

C322 .01uF

R11

C321 0.1uF

AVDD2

C320 .01uF

C300 .01uF

C303 .01uF

G C319 0.1uF

PWM1_1.8V

R318 0

EMUL port

C329 10uF

Bottom, GPIO, JTAG, DEBUG, DATA,STO

C326 0.1uF

Clock Output Driver

C327 .01uF

Audio Codec Port

C315 0.1uF

Data Bus

C312 10uF

Bus Control

C311 1.0uF

Address Bus

C310 150pF

DSP, Controller & Memory Schematic Diagram (Memory)

VTS_2.3V_GCAP3

V4_2.775V_GCAP3

GCAP3_3

G

V4_DRV

V3_2.775V_GCAP3

TRANSCEIVER 400 MHz

V2_2.775V_GCAP3

VREF1_2.775V

VREF2_GCAP

PWM1_1.8V

GCAP3_1

GCAP3_2

Backlight-

RED_LED

GRN_LED

G G G

5V_GCAP3

TP201

FILT_3.3V_GCAP3

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

VTS_2.3V_GCAP3

4.1 - 36

R284 39K

C285

C298

1.0uF

8200pF

G G G

C206 0.1uF

R230 8.2K

R204

TxD_USB+

G

MUX_CTRL

E9 TERM4

CDCAP MICINNEG

VIBOUT

MICOUT

VIBVCC

AUXMICN

STREF

AUXMICP

STCOMP

AUXOUT

EXTOUT

C10

RxD_USB-

G G G

B10 E10 B14

RS232_TX RS232_RTS

SWB+

G

A10

SCALED_SWB+

C9 D10

V4_2.775V_GCAP3

TX PEAK SLUMP DETECTOR

RS232_RX

C12 P10

R274 51K

P11

R215 200K

M10 N10 N11 M11 P12

R205 56K

R275 43K

B13 A13

TX_DETECT

D11

G

A12 B12 G14

5V_GCAP3

G13

5.5V_GCAP3

A6 A7 C7

G

D7 B7

D204 MMBD352WT1

32KHz_CLK Y200

B6 2

E7

1

C8 A8

32.768KHz CC4V

D8 B8

C215 C221 4.7uF 0.1uF

E12

FILT_3.3V_GCAP3

USBVCC

USBPOS

C14

F14

USBPWR

D12

J12

SIMPD1

E11 F10 M7 M8

C237 15pF

C238 15pF

G1 H3 K3

GCAP3_7

J1

ALRTOUT

EXTMIC

C235 1.0uF

ALRTOUTP

ALRTVCC

ALRTIN

J3

ALRTREF

A1LOUT

L2

K2

G

INT_EAR+

G

INT_EAR-

C254 1.0uF

C207 0.1uF

C239 0.1uF

H1

G2

A1LIN

SPKRP L3

SPKRM

M2

N1

SPKRGND2

SPKRGND1

L1

A1INT

SPKRIN

H2

D4

M1

SPKROUT1

SPKROUT2

F1

G3

PGAINR2

PGAINL2

E1

F3

PGAINL

F2

FSYNC

PGAINR

F4

E4

D5

CLK_IN

CLK_D

VAG

RX

MICBIAS2

SPKROUT1L

MICBIAS1

47K

U7002 netcon

NET1

G

F13

AD7

AD8

USB_VCCR

J10

J13

J14

SIMPD2

MBCAP2

C236 1000pF

G

MFET_LOW

REF1_VCCB

P14

N13

P13

PA_SENSE

REF1_VCCA

PA_ON1

PA_DRV

J11

K14

V4

V4DRV

P1

G12

N2

M13

H14

V3

VIN3

V2

VIN2

M12

VSIN

VSIM1

E14

B11

N12

V1

VSEN1

VIN1

A11

B9

E13

REF3VCC

REF3

REF2VCC

H12

A9

REF2

REF1B

REF1A

L9

K12

H13

SPIVCC

P8

LX2

FB2

PSRC2

N9

K8

P5

FB1

BGBYP

N8

P9

LX1

PGND1

N7

L7

M9

PSRC1

BATTERY

M6

CHRGC

ISENSE

BATTFDBK

P7

K7

BPLUS

MAINFET

E8

G10

P6

BLSNK

MBCAP1

E5

C265 1.0uF

SRVIN SREXT

TX

A3 C6

SPIDR CE

B5

R203

47K

DNP

R272 39K

E2

SRVOUT

THGND7

D2 R214 2.2K

C232 1.0uF

EXT_MIC

C3

G

DNP

INT_MIC+

D3

C231 1.0uF

G

C256 0.1uF

B1 C1

C204 0.1uF

SRIN

CLK_SPI SPIDW

C5

LV_DETECT

R207 8.2K

WDI

SROUT

E3

GCAP3_STANDBY

G

B2

C267 1000pF

RTCGND

UVSEL

THGND5

DNP SOFT_TURN_OFF

B3 A2

R213 2.2K

RESETB

THGND6

R217 39K

LICELL

L8

C230 1.0uF R218 3.3K

D1

47K

R202

CHARGE

STANDBY

L10

R206 8.2K

FQ32KHZ

WDI

K10

C2

MOBPORTB

THGND4

L14

CE

XTAL1

THGND3

L13

SPI_DR

INTERRUPT

THGND2

L11

XTAL2

K9

INT_MIC-

SPI_DW

DSCPWR

H5

SPIB_MISO SPIB_CS2_GCAP3

V3_2.775V_GCAP3

G G G G G

DSCSPLY

ON3

THGND1

SPIB_CLK SPIB_MOSI

DSCINP

ON2

G11

B4 L12

ON

DGND4

N14

CLK_SPI

DSCINN

GCAP3

DGND3

C4

MOD

F5

K13 STANDBY

DWNIN CMPOUT

GCAP_III

THERMBIAS

A4

N6

EN_DSC TSBYP

C11

A5

INTERRUPT

DWNOUT

U200

DGND2

K4

TSY2

AGND11B

D6

LS3RX

AGND11A

ON

TSY1

G5

GCAP3_INT

G G

J5

SIMIO

F12

ON CE_ON_OFF

N3

G G

LS3TX

TSX2

K11

MOD

C214 4.7uF

LS2OUT

TSX1

AGND9

K6

AD9

AGND10

N5

TS_VCC 2.3V

LS2IN

E6

A14

LS1OUT

D9

G

ENV_TEMP

L4 P3

LS1IN

EN_DSCOUT NC1

AGND8

PA_TEMP

N4 M4

AD6

AGND7

VTS_2.3V

VTS_2.3V_GCAP3

P4

G G G G G

MUX_CTL

F11

HW_ID1 HW_ID2

TXENB

AD5

H10

HW_ID0

D13

0.1uF

AD4

AGND6

C13 C269

USB_VM

AGND5

G

C287 1000pF

XRXD

DGND1

AGND4

K5

ADTRIG

L6

TCXO_WARP

L5

1.5K

DIN

PGM2

H11

M5 R271

SE0IN

AGND3

H4

SCALED_SWB+

USBNEG

PGM1

P2

M14

G

G

R235 0

USB_VP

M3

K1

USB_PWR_RTS_RESETIN

DNP

PGM0

NET2 1 2

GCAP3_AD_TRIGGER

J4

VOL SIDE_OPT_SEL3

C249 4.7uF

J2

AGND2

PGM0 = 1 PGM1 = 0 PGM2 = 1

AGND1

4.7uF

G4

10uF R285 39K

R221 39K

LEDR

C227

LEDG

C252

D14

R296 51

R210 33K R209 2.2K

16.8_MHz_CLK

G

CLK_IN

C205 0.1uF

C233

VGND

R212

C203 1000pF

39K R225 R211

G

GCAP3_DCLK

G

GCAP3_FSYNC

G

6.2K

TX RX DCLK FSYNC

GCAP (Audio & DC) Schematic Diagram - GCAP3

C208 0.1uF

C216 10uF

FILT_3.3V_GCAP3

GCAP3_RX

G

V3_2.775V_GCAP3

GCAP3_TX

33K

1.0uF

C202 .01uF

R232 100

11

0.1uF

15 10

C234 0.1uF

2 3 1

C228

C222

C281

C280

0.1uF

10uF

10uF

10uF

7

C250 0.1uF

8 12 9 C401 0.1uF

G

FUSED_B+

EN_SHDN ILIM_SS

CVL

AIN

REF

IN

LX1

CVH

LX2

PWM Filter

L201 15uH

6 13

L202

47uH

14

CC C245 0.1uF

BOOT SYNC_PVM

DNP

FUSED_B+

4

PWM1_1.8V

E200

L200

48nH

4.7uH

FB

5

C253 .01uF

EN_STBY

GCAP3_2

C402

G

SWB+

PWM1_1.8V

1

U201 MAX1685

G

2

6

FILT_3.3V

2

G

R229 39K

5

D203 MBRM120ET3

C229 1.0uF

C282 10uF

C255 10uF

C200 0.1uF

C284 10uF

C240 0.1uF

C246 150pF

C241 0.1uF

C242 0.1uF

C201 10uF

C248 150pF

C243 10uF

D202 MBRM120ET3

C226 10uF

C224 10uF

PGND

G

SWB+

SWB+_dig

AGND

SOFT_TURN_OFF

3

16

4

GCAP3_1

SOFT_TURN_OFF

G

Q201

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G

TRANSCEIVER 400 MHz

FILT_3.3V_GCAP3

G

F200

DC Power Supply Distribution C297

0.1uF

150pF

HW_ID=126 VTS_2.3V

VTS_2.3V

VTS_2.3V

G

C296

G

VR201 13V

R287 100K

G

C268

RAW_B+ FUSED_B+ SWB+ FILT_3.3V V1_3V V2_2.775V V3_2.775V_DIG V3_2.775V V4_2.775V V4_LNODCT VREF1_2.775V VREF2_2.775V_DIG VREF2_2.775V VTS_2.3V 5,5V_RF 5V_RF

V3_2.775V_GCAP3

R208 820K

E212

G

48nH

5.5V_RF

C299 150pF

C220 0.47uF

R220 200K

R245 3.3K

VREF2_2.775V_DIG

-

7.2V nominal. RAW_B+ through fuse for Audio PA, SWB+, 3.3V Switching Regulator switched FUSED_B+ for TXPA_Driver bias, lin 5.5V Regulator supply for GCAP3 Regulators V1 adjusted to 3V for ESCORT / TXVCO NOT USED Digital Section - Redcap, Flash, RAM, Display, I/O-Section serial VCC of WPIC+ RFCU, RXU, TXPA, TXFE LNODCT AND-GATE for TXCO_WARP Backlight_LED SSC - TX/RX-LED, Frequency switch Bias for the A/D inputs. Battery Interface circuitry LNODCT_RFOUT, RF PA bias, Vcc for Charge Pumps

VREF2_2.775V

G

1

4 C219 0.47uF

R244 1K

5.5V_GCAP3

DNP

G

OUT

IN

R243 1K

HW_ID2

HW_ID2

EN_ERR

FB

HW_ID1

G

EN_SD

HW_ID0

R242 6.8K

HW_ID1

2

R241 18K

G

5 SWB+

R277 330K

3

GND

6

R240 33K

HW_ID0

U205 ADP3331

C262 270pF

RT200 47K

VGND

SH200 SHIELD

SH201 SHIELD

1

1

V1_3V

V2_2.775V

C264 270pF

C263 0.1uF

E209

FUSED_B+

R254 130K

NC3

SVR

NC4

1

C271 10uF

NC5

V3_2.775V_DIG

9 12 19

DNP

C211 10uF

GCAP3_3

V2_2.775V_GCAP3 C291 0.1uF

48nH SWB+

E205 48nH

Q202

1

R256 20K

5V_RF

V4_LNODCT

C341 0.1uF

C340 270pF

C292 270pF

C293 0.1uF

E214 48nH

E206 48nH

2

DNP

G

EXT_SPKR_SEL

C209 4.7uF

C258 4.7uF

C259 4.7uF

V4_2.775V_GCAP3

C272 33pF

V3_2.775V_GCAP3

Q204

DNP

3

E207

VGND

G

V4_2.775V

C290 270pF

C295 0.1uF

C294 270pF VGND

AUDIO_PA_ENABLE

V3_2.775V

7

C257 4.7uF

G

MODE

2

EXT_SPKR-

C213 4.7uF

G

NC2

EXT_SPKR+

G

G

NC1 SELECT

13

VREF2_GCAP

11 VCC2

OUT2NEG U202 TDA8547

INT_SPKR-

G

C210 10uF

C225 33uF

C244 0.1uF

C247 150pF

C251 150pF

C223 10uF

5V_GCAP3

5

IN2NEG

8

INT_SPKR+

G

FILT_3.3V_GCAP3

6 4

OUT2POS

G

V4_DRV

R281 10K

R278 20K

IN2POS

3 18

C261 4.7uF

C260 4.7uF

C212 4.7uF

G

C283 0.1uF

OUT1NEG

G

GCAP3_7

OUT1POS

IN1NEG

GND2

14

VCC1

20 15

IN1POS

GND1

17

C274 0.1uF

C273 10uF

10

16

R279 130K

48nH

R255 10

R280 10K R252 20K

C266 0.1uF

E213

48nH

C270 0.1uF

ENV_TEMP

G

48nH

2.5A

10uF

C286 270pF

G

G

G

RAW_B+

E208

7.2 VOLTS

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39

R106

39

4

CHIP_SEL

J100-33

DATA

J100-38

V3_2.775V_DIG

G

SPIB_CLK

5 VCC

R107 R121

INB

OUTY GND

J100-39

G

INA

1 2

3

CLOCK

U106 TC7S08FU

TRANSCEIVER 400 MHz

U107-1 TC7WU04F

C113 33pF

7

C112 33pF

C130 33pF

1

G

RESET

J100-22

Backlight-

J100-21

DISPLAY_RS

J100-36

E103 BLM11B601S

R122

100

R123 COL0

J100-32

COL1

J100-30

1K

R124

1K

G

RESET_OUT

G

Backlight-

G

DISPLAY_RS

G

KP_COL0

G

KP_COL1

5 5

3

3 6

G

SPIB_CS1_DISPLAY

G

SPIB_MOSI

C132 470pF

2

R108 39K

6

SIDE_OPT_B+

1

2

3

IO_2

2 C131 150pF

5

G

1 7

C114 0.1uF

3

U108-1 TC7W02FU

RV101 C115 150pF

4 6

U108-2 TC7W02FU

U107-3 TC7WU04F

SIDE_SWB+_EN

Q100 FDC6330L

2 U107-2 TC7WU04F

4

R111 10K

C133 470pF

C104 0.1uF

R110 10K

1

5 D100 RB471E

1K

R127

1K

J100-26

COL4

J100-24

ROW0

J100-31

R128

1K

G

KP_COL2

G

KP_COL3

G

KP_COL4

G

1

1K

R126

5 3 7 8

KP_ROW0

VCC

COL3

R125 J100-28

RESET RS_NEG

RAW_B+

R129 ROW1

J100-29

ROW2

J100-27

ROW3

J100-25

ROW4

J100-23

1K

R130

1K

R131

1K

R132

C138 470pF

C139 470pF

C118 470pF

6

4

R113 7.5K

U111 MAX4373

C137 470pF

1K

G

KP_ROW1

G

KP_ROW2

G

KP_ROW3

G

KP_ROW4

BOT_SWB+_EN

C105 0.1uF

G

G

4

3

5

2

IO_1

Q101 FDC6330L

R114 39K

6

1

C119 470pF

E104 BLM11B601S

J100-19

G

VREF2_2.775V_DIG

V3_2.775V

J100-5

G

V3_2.775V_DIG

G

5.5V_RF

G 3

Backlight+

BAT_DATA_PULL_UP

BATTERY INTERFACE CIRCUITRY

5

C136 470pF

4

C135 470pF

COUT1

R112 12K

2

RS_POS

R109 0.1 C134 470pF

OUT

CIN1

GND

COL2

J100-1 C121 0.1uF

E105 BLM11B601S

J100-14

IO_2

J100-15

2

J100-35 J100-3

3 A2

B2 4

G

J100-4

C116 150pF

S100 SWITCH

J100-20

IO Interface & Connectors Schematic Diagram - 40 Pin Connector

VCC

GND 4

J100-6 J100-18

VCC

Q103 UMG5 2

4 5

1 3

J100-11

D101

3

R118 56K

KP_ROW4

J100-37

8

G

B1 2

SIDE BUTTON 3

GND U107-4 PWR_GND

4

KP_COL4

J100-34

1 A1

8

J100-13

G

G

J100-12

G

U108-3 TC7W02FU

BAT_DATA_OUT

G

6

BAT_DATA_IN

J100-2

1

J100-10

R116 2.2K R117 39K

2

J100-8

4

J100-7

V3_2.775V_DIG

V3_2.775V_DIG

J100-9

J100-40

G

4809939C05

Q102

J100-17 GND

1

J100-16

C120 0.1uF

BAT_DATA

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16-PIN CONNECTOR

E102

VGND

J110-3 48nH

INT_MIC+

G

J110-1

INT_MIC-

G

J110-2 E101

C100 150pF

IO_1

C101 150pF

C125 0.1uF

C126 0.1uF

48nH V3_2.775V_DIG

1

GND2 1

1

1

U100 EZAST21

G

C3

R4

C4

3

5

VR101 5.6V

U7003 SPARK_GAP

U7004 SPARK_GAP

E109 SPARK_GAP

J110-4

USB+(TXD/TDO)

J110-5

USB-(RXD/TDI)

J110-6

USB POWER/RTS/RESET IN

J110-8

MCU_DE/CTS

J110-9

DSP_DE/FS/DCD

E113 SPARK_GAP

1

1

1

5

BOT_SWB+

4

1

C122-4 33pF

C122-3 33pF

R3

4

C122-2 33pF

C127 33pF

6

7

C2

J110-7

2

8

R2

2

2

G

C1

2

9

R1

2

10

G

6 GND1

G

3

RS232_CTS

C102 0.1uF

2

USB_PWR_RTS_RESETIN

VR100 13V

1

RxD_USB-

TP103

R100 39K DNP

(133K PULL DOWN IN GCPA3)

TxD_USB+

TP102

TP101

1

G

TP100

G

V3_2.775V_DIG

TP105 U101 EZAST21 R101 39K

G

C1

R1

2

J110-10

C123-4 33pF

E117 SPARK_GAP

E121 SPARK_GAP

E125 SPARK_GAP

TRST/STDA/DSR

2

TMS/SRDA/DTR

J110-12

E129 SPARK_GAP

1

5

2

VR102 5.6V

TCK/SCK/RI

J110-11

1

C123-3 33pF

5

1

C123-2 33pF

C4

1

C123-1 33pF

R4

4

2

7

C3

R3

2

8

G

C2

R2

3

2

G

6 GND1

9

4

RS232_DSR

10

6

RS232_DTR

G

1

RS232_RI

R103 39K

3

RS232_DCD

R102 39K

GND2 1

1

1

TP106

G

V3_2.775V_DIG

TP104

VR103 5.6V

VR104 13V

R4

C3 C4

BOTTOM OPTION 2

J110-15

4

JTAG/RADIO ON/OFF

J110-16

5

HEADSET/KEYFAIL

E133 SPARK_GAP

E137 SPARK_GAP

E141 SPARK_GAP

E145 SPARK_GAP

1

C124-4 33pF

4

C124-3 33pF

3

C124-2 33pF

R3

3

2

C124-1 33pF

1

C117 0.22uF

6

7

C2

BOTTOM OPTION 1

2

G

R2

2

8

5

HEADSET_KEYFAIL

9

J110-13 J110-14

2

1

G

C1

R1

2

CE_ON_OFF

10

1

G

2

G

OPT_SEL_2

1

OPT_SEL_1

R120 1K

6 GND1

R119 1K

GND2 1

1

U102 EZAST21

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S003 SWITCH VREF2_2.775V_KN_IN

KP_COL1_KN_IN

KP_COL1

VREF2_2.775V C016 150pF

C001 150pF

D001 LNJ123W8P0MT

1 A1

B1 2

3 A2

B2 4

SIDE BUTTON 1

3

KP_ROW4_UNFLTR_KN_IN 1

KP_ROW4

2 C002 150pF

GRN_LED_KN_IN

S004 SWITCH

GRN_LED

KP_COL2_KN_IN RED_LED_KN_IN

KP_COL2

RED_LED C003 150pF

C005 150pF

C004 150pF

1 A1

B1 2

3 A2

B2 4

SIDE BUTTON 2

S002 SWITCH PTT_KN_IN 1 A1

B1 2

3 A2

B2 4

PTT C006 150pF

ground_dig

S005 SWITCH BAT_DATA_KN_IN

EMERGENCY_KN_IN

Data

BAT_DATA

2 1

RAW_B+_KN_IN

Batt_B+

RAW_B+ C010 150pF

3

VR009 13V

C009 150pF

1 A1

B1 2

3 A2

B2 4

EMERGENCY C007 150pF

BATTERY

DATA NEG J001 POS

CONTACTS ground_dig

Batt_Ground

X001 netcon

GROUND_DIG

C024

GROUND

ground

0.1uF

ground_dig

DNP U308 EZAST21

GND2 1

ground_dig

(GLOBAL)

R010 39K

R005 39K S001 SWITCH

C4

SW_4_KN_IN

PC3

C0

5

C1

C018 150pF

C017 150pF

C013 150pF

C012 150pF

C019

VR004

0.1uF

2

5

5.6V

ground_dig

Switches & Associated Components Schematic Diagram - Switch

GND1

C3

R4

PC2 GND

R3

C1

4

PC1

9

7

C0

SW_2_KN_IN

PC0

7

SW_4

4

3

8

C2

R2

2

SW_1_KN_IN 3

4

SW_2

C1

R1

1

9

1

2

6

SW_1

R004 39K

SW_8_KN_IN 10

6 GND1

SW_8

R003 39K

8

SPARK_GAP E020

SPARK_GAP E036

SPARK_GAP E028

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1

TRANSCEIVER 400 MHz

SPARK_GAP E052

SPARK_GAP E044

J002-3 J002-4 J002-5 J002-6 J002-7 J002-8

2

2

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

NEG4

POS3

NEG3

POS2

NEG2

POS1

NEG1

6 7

2

1 C030

C031

C032

C033

150pF

150pF

150pF

150pF

SPARK_GAP E021

SPARK_GAP E032

SPARK_GAP E024

SPARK_GAP E040

G G G G

5

8

VIBRATOR SIDE_OPT_SEL3 SIDE_OPT_SEL1 SIDE_OPT_SEL2

SPARK_GAP E053

SPARK_GAP E048

2

2

2

2

2

2

3

4

6

2

BK20104M601

GND1 6

VIBRATOR SIDE_OPT_SEL3 SIDE_RTS

4

SIDE_CTS

5

SIDE_TX

3

SIDE_RX

2

C4 C3

R3

C2

R2

C1

R1

C025

VGND

R4

8

G

7

G

9

G

10

G

SIDE_RTS SIDE_CTS SIDE_TX SIDE_RX

1 GND2

J002-2

1

5 J002-1

4 3

VR001 5.6V

24-PIN CONNECTOR

2

2

E001 POS4

0.1uF SIDE_OPT_SEL1

EZAST21 U005

SIDE_OPT_SEL2

J002-9 EXT_MIC

J002-10 E108

J002-11

VGND 48nH

E106

SIDE_OPT_B+

J002-12 J002-13

E210 EXT_SPKR+

BLM11B601S

J002-14

BLM11B601S

J002-15 J002-16

G

E211

48nH EXT_SPKR-

1 2

E107

VTS_2.3V

3

J002-17

4

48nH J002-18

VOL

POS1

NEG1

POS2

NEG2

POS3

NEG3

POS4

NEG4

E002 J002-19

8

EXT_SPKR+

G G

7 6

VTS_2.3V ON VOL

5

BK20104M601

INT_EAR+

G

E201 INT_EAR-

BLM11B601S

G

E215 BLM11B601S

J002-22 J002-23

EXT_SPKR-

G

E202

J002-20 J002-21

G

G

ON

SIDE_OPT_B+

G

E203 INT_SPKR+

BLM11B601S E204

INT_SPKR-

BLM11B601S

J002-24

INT_EAR+ INT_EAREXT_MIC

G

INT_SPKR+

G

INT_SPKR-

C038

C034

C035

C036

C037

C011

150pF

0.1uF

150pF

150pF

150pF

150pF

2

2

2

E056 SPARK_GAP

E084 SPARK_GAP

E014 SPARK_GAP

E096 SPARK_GAP

E064 SPARK_GAP

C278

C277

C218

150pF

150pF

150pF

C279 43pF

C288

C289

C217

C275

C276

0.1uF

0.1uF

150pF

150pF

150pF

1 2

1

E010 SPARK_GAP

1

E092 SPARK_GAP

1

1

E060 SPARK_GAP

2

1 2

1 2 E088 SPARK_GAP

1

VR105 13V

1

2

VR002 5.6V 5

2

3

1

4

6

2

BLM11B601S

Switches & Associated Components Schematic Diagram - 24 Pin Connector

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MOTOROLA CONFIDENTIAL PROPRIETARY SWB+ G PA_TEMP_RETURN

SWB+

G

PA_TEMP_RETURN

GROUND_DIG

PA_TEMP G

PA_TEMP

GROUND

PA_BIAS G

PA_BIAS

LO_DRIVER_EN G ESC_VCO_BUF_EN G

switches & supporting components

ESC_VCO_BUF_EN

ANT_EN G

ANT_EN

SPIA_CS_PA_BIAS G SPIA_CS1_ESCORT G SPIA_CS2_ODCT G

INT_SPKR- G

INT_SPKR-

INT_SPKR+ G

INT_SPKR+

EXT_MIC

SPIA_CS1_ESCORT

INT_EAR- G INT_EAR+ G

SPIA_MISO

SPIA_MOSI G

SPIA_MOSI

SPIA_CLK G

V4_LNODCT G V1_3V G V4_2.775V G 5V_RF G RESET_OUT G

V4_2.775V

ON

G

SIDE_RX

5V_RF

SIDE_TX G SIDE_CTS G SIDE_RTS

RFCU SPIA_MOSI

G

V4_2.775V

RESET_OUT

SPIA_CLK

ON

SIDE_OPT_B+ G

V1_3V

G

TSLOTB

SIDE_OPT_SEL2 G

SIDE_OPT_SEL2

SIDE_OPT_SEL3 G

SIDE_OPT_SEL3

G

SYNT_CS_ G

OUTIB

SPIA_CS0_WPIC

OUTQ

OUTQ

SYNT_CS_

TCXO_WARP G

TCXO_WARP

OUTQB

ASW

VBLIN

VBLIN

VCNTO

WPIC_STD

VCTRL

WPIC_SRD G

WPIC_SRD

SF_OUT

BAT_DATA

G

EMERGENCY G

PTT EMERGENCY

Page 9-13 KP_COL1 G

KP_COL1

KP_COL2 G

KP_COL2

OUTQB

ASW

WPIC_STD G

VIBRATOR

OUTI

OUTI OUTIB

RX_ACQ

SIDE_RTS

TSLOTB

V3_2.775V

16.8_MHZ_CLK

SITE_TX SIDE_CTS

TSLOT

TSLOT

VCNTO

KP_ROW4 RX_TETRA

RX_ACQ G 16.8_MHz_CLK G

SIDE_RX

TCLKB

TETRA_TX_LO

SPIA_CS0_WPIC G

EXT_SPKRSIDE_OPT_B+

TCLK

TCLK TCLKB

PTT V3_2.775V G

EXT_SPKR+

SIDE_OPT_SEL1

BAT_DATA RESET_OUT

VTS_2.3V

SIDE_OPT_SEL1 G

VIBRATOR G 5V_RF

INT_EAR+ VOL

EXT_SPKR- G

V4_LNODCT

INT_EAR-

G

EXT_SPKR+ G

RAW_B+

SSC

EXT_MIC

VOL

VTS_2.3V G

SPIA_CLK

G

G

SPIA_CS_PA_BIAS

SPIA_CS2_ODCT

SPIA_MISO G

RAW_B+

TXU

LO_DRIVER_EN

G

VREF2_2.775V G

KP_ROW4 VREF2_2.775V

GRN_LED G

GRN_LED

RED_LED G

RED_LED

VCTRL RAW_B+

WPIC_FSYNC G

WPIC_FSYNC

WPIC_TXCLK G WPIC_TXE G WPIC_OSC_EN G

VCOCT1

SF_OUT

MAIN_VCO

SW_1

G

SW_1

TETRA_TX_LO

SW_2

G

SW_2

TETRA_RX_LO

SW_4

G

SW_4

SW_8

G

SW_8

Page 3-4

VCOCT1

WPIC_TXCLK

VCOCT2

VCOCT2

WPIC_TXE

PRSCIN

PRSCIN

GROUND

WPIC_OSC_EN TETRA_MAIN_VCO_ON

PREINIB

GROUND

GROUND_DIG GROUND

Page 5-6

PREINI PREINIB

GP06_DCLICIN

GP06_DCLICIN

GP05_DCLICP

GP05_DCLICP

FE_CNTL

TETRA_RX_LO

PREINI

RX_TETRA

Page 8

GROUND

FE_CNTL

RXU

(GLOBAL) V4_2.775V

Page 7 TETRA_MAIN_VCO_ON G

RF Section Block Diagram

GROUND GROUND_DIG

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E2100 BK1005HM471

FE_CNTL

FE_CNTL_RXU

RX_2.775V

C2100 150pF

R2407 1.8K

C2101 150pF

TETRA_RX_LO_RXU

R2400 330

C2407 1000pF

C2400 82pF

L2400 47nH

R2401 15

R2402 330

Q2400

TETRA_RX_LO

R2408 3.3K

R2403 560 E2400 BK1005HM471 C2401 150pF L2401 47nH

U2400 CMY211

VDD

4

RX_2.775V

3

E2200 BK1005HM471

RF_IF LO_IN

2

GND2

L2403 12nH

5

L2202 33nH

C2301 0.75pF

C2303 4.3pF

C2305 3pF FL2500 L2402 12nH

L2300 22nH

L2301 15nH

L2302 15nH

R2405 15

C2406 4700pF L2500 470nH

D2100 R2200 10

MMBD352WT1

C2210 2.2pF

C2300 5.1pF

C2302 9.1pF

C2304 9.1pF

C2306 5.1pF

C2501 2.2pF R2404 330

R2406 330

C2500 2.2pF

KFN6237 109.65MHz

1

IN

L2501 470nH OUT

GND3

C2209 1.8pF

RF2361

GND2

GND5

GND4

GND3

RF0UT VPD

L2200 15nH

8

6

3

2

GND2

3

C2405 12pF

4

GND1

BIAS

C2402 12pF

RFIN

6

1

PREINI_RXU

GND

5

R2202 820

5

OUT

C2408 33pF

3

IN

GND1

7

4

1

C2201 15pF

6

2

C2200 12pF

RX_TETRA_RXU

GP06_DCLICIN GP06_DCLICIN_RXU

PREINI

L2201 47nH

GND2

RX_TETRA

08A01

GND1

2

U2200

FL2100

C2208 1000pF

R2409 3.3K

1

5

GND1

IF_RF

C2207 150pF

R2410 1.8K

C2404 1000pF

C2403 150pF

L2502 220nH

C2505 10pF

C2504 10pF

L2503 220nH

C2506 47pF

4

C2502 2.2pF

C2503 5.6pF

PREINIB PREINIB_RXU C2206 1000pF

RX_2.775V

L2001 220nH

V4_2.775V

RX_2.775V

C2001 0.1uF

Q2200

C2002 10uF

GP05_DCLICP

R2201 1K SH2001 SHIELD

GP05_DCLICP_RXU

SH2002 SHIELD C2202 150pF

C2203 1000pF

C2204 150pF

C2205 33pF

1

RXU Schematic Diagram

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SH1000 SHIELD

TETRA_2nd_LO_EN GP06_DCLICIN

RX_2nd_LO

1

RX_2ND_LO VCTRL_RFCU

VCTRL

WPIC1(1:8)

2.775V_WPIC VCOCT2

R1002 33

V3_2.775V_RFCU

C1801 0.1uF

5V_RF

C1001 0.1uF C1014 0.1uF

TCLK_RFCU

2

TCLKB_RFCU

3

TSLOT_RFCU

4

TSLOTB_RFCU

5

OUTIB_RFCU

6

OUTI_RFCU

7

OUTQB_RFCU

8

C1013 0.1uF

U1001 WPIC

B10 7

C8

8

A8 B9

GP06_DCLICIN

GP06_DCLICIN_RFCU

2.775V_WPIC

C1002 0.1uF

5

A9

6

D8

4

A10

3

A11 E1 B8 C7 C4 A7

C1003 0.1uF

C1004 0.1uF

2.775V_WPIC

A5 D4 D3

PREINI_RFCU

C3

PREINI

A1 C1018 .01uF

A2 B4 A4 2.775V_WPIC B3

PREINIB_RFCU

C1010 1000pF

C1005 3300pF

PREINIB

A3 B1 D2

C1019 .01uF

C2

2.775V_WPIC

B2 D1 C1 F1 F3 E2 E3 B5 F2 J3

2.775V_WPIC

R1001 2.2K

H1 H2 J1 H3 G1 2.775V_WPIC

G2 G10

C1006 0.1uF

C1007 0.1uF

C1008 .015uF

C1009 .01uF

C1011 0.1uF

H9 C1012 0.1uF

D6 F4 F8 H6 H10

PRSCIN_RFCU

TCLKB TCLK QGND REFVCC OUTQB OUTQ

VCOCT2 SERIALVCC OSCENB MNCPGND ADAPT MNCPVCC

REFGND

SFOUT

OUTIB

SFBYP

OUTI

SFVCC

TSLOTB

SFGND

TSLOT VAG

VBLIN VCNTO

TCAPP

LOGICGND

TCAPM

LOGICVCC

BBFVCC CREF

OSCGND XTALWARP

BBFGND

XTALEMIT

TEST1

XTALBASE

TEST2

OSCVCC

PRAVCC1 PRAGNDDIG PRAGND

GPO3 PLLCP PLLCPVCC

PREINI

PLLEMIT

PREINIB

PLLBASE

PREING

CPGT

PREINGB

CLKOUT

RFA0

CPGITR

DMXVCCDIG DMXGNDDIG DMXGND LOIN

RXFS SRD SERIALGND AGCDRIVE

DMXVCC

TXCLK_SCK

AGCVCC

TXE_TXKEY

AGC

RXCLK

AGCGND

STD

VAGBYP

DMCS

PRAVCC2 TXKEYOUT DETSW SATDET

NVCC CLKSEL NGND QVCC

GPO2

SPII

GPO1

SPICLK

MAINVCC PRSCIN MAINGND REFPLLVCC RXACQ

CEX TESTD_GP04 TM RSTB DCLQCIN

PKGGND1

DCLQCP

PKGGND2

ASW

PKGGND3

VCOCT1

PKGGND4

DCLICP

REFPLLGND

DCLICIN

J2

K2

R1805 1K

2.775V_WPIC

H11

C1816 100pF

R1802 150

C1802 10uF

J9 L1

C1810 .022uF

C1020 220pF

C1803 0.1uF

H4

C1804 33pF

C1805 10uF

C1806 0.1uF

2.775V_WPIC

L4 C1812 0.1uF

K4 R1807

C1817 1000pF

J4 K3 L5

C1811 0.1uF

4.7K

NU

VBLIN_RFCU

VCNTO_RFCU

VBLIN

J6

VCNTO

L7 K7

2.775V_WPIC

K5

FE_CNTL_RFCU

J8

FE_CNTL

L6

C1015 0.1uF

K6 J7

2.775V_WPIC

B7

R1810 33

F11 F9

C1807 0.1uF

5V_RF

G9

Ded_Synt_Ref

G11 C1820 0.1uF

R1804 33

L2 F10

2.775V_WPIC

L3 C1808 270pF

L11 J11 L8

16.8_MHZ_CLK

NU

G3

16.8_MHZ_CLK_RFCU

K11

9

H8

2

J10

3

K10 E9 C9

KT19

WPIC_SRD_RFCU

L10

4

2.775V_WPIC

3

3

WPIC_TXE

D11 WPIC_TXE_RFCU

D10 L9 K9

5

K8

6

D9

7

C1302 0.1uF

Y1301

WPIC_SRD

4

B11

C1809 3300pF

VCC

C10 C11

OUT

R1301 1.5K VCON

GND

1

OUTQ_RFCU

WPIC_OSC_EN_RFCU SF_OUT_RFCU

R1005 100K

16.80MHz

1

TCXO_WARP TCXO_WARP_RFCU C1301 0.1uF

E11 E10 C6

8

2

WPIC_TXCLK_RFCU

A6

4

WPIC_STD_RFCU

J5

5

SPIA_MOSI_RFCU

6

SPIA_CLK_RFCU

7

SPIA_CS0_WPIC_RFCU

8

RESET_OUT_RFCU

9

WPIC_FSYNC_RFCU

K1 B6

WPIC2(1:9)

2

TCLK TCLKB TSLOT TSLOTB OUTIB OUTI OUTQB OUTQ WPIC_OSC_EN SF_OUT

2

C1541 330pF

1

R1003 100K

C5

PRSCIN

WPIC_TXCLK WPIC_STD SPIA_MOSI SPIA_CLK SPIA_CS0_WPIC RESET_OUT WPIC_FSYNC

L1002 220nH

V3_2.775V_RFCU

V3_2.775V

V3_2.775V_RFCU

C1021 4.7uF

C1022 270pF

GP05_DCLICP_RFCU ASW_RFCU

GP05_DCLICP

ASW VCOCT1 5V_RF_RFCU

L1001 220nH

RX_ACQ_RFCU

V4_2.775V_RFCU

RX_ACQ

5V_RF

5V_RF

V4_2.775V

2.775V_WPIC

C1017 4.7uF

C1016 270pF

R1004 100K

VCOCT1_RFCU

VCOCT1

VCOCT1

VCOCT2_RFCU VCOCT2

RF Core Unit Schematic Diagram - WPIC

VCOCT2

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SF_OUT

RX_2nd_LO

4.1 - 45

GP06_DCLICIN

L1522

6

5

4

BLM11B601S

C1527 0.1uF

Q1531

UMD3N

1

2

3

R1524 100

C1526 0.1uF

47nH L1541

R1523 4.7K C1543 15pF

2.775V_WPIC

12pF C1542

C1523

C1521

5V_RF

C1502 1000pF

2.2K

C1504

C1501 1000pF

R1512

Q1521

270pF

NE68519

6.2pF

15

SYNT_CS_ 22pF

5 6 18 17

22

2

FINRFPOS FINRFNEG

NC4

FINIFPOS

NC3

FINIFNEG

NC2

20 11 21 13 9 1

19

DATA

3

GND5

NC1 GND4

SPIA_MOSI_LO2

FOLD

OSCIN

C1506 14

SPIA_MOSI

DOIF

16

330pF

DORF

GND3

Ded_Synt_Ref

8

LE

10

Ded_Synt_Ref

C1505

CLK

U1501 LMX2332

VP2

12

SYNT_CS__RFCU

VP1

SPIA_CLK

.033uF C1511

C1525 10pF

24

SPIA_CLK_LO2 R1522 270

23

R1511 4.7K

VCC2

C1512 4700pF

VCC1

D1521 1SV305

GND2

C1522 3.9pF

L1521 47nH

GND1

R1521 10K

7

C1524 10pF

4

8.2pF

C1544 150pF

ground

SH1500 SHIELD

1

RF Core Unit Schematic Diagram - 2nd LO

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SF_OUT SF_OUT_MAIN_VCO

R3005 10K R3004

2.2K

Q3001

TETRA_MAIN_VCO_ON R3002

TETRA_MAIN_VCO_ON_MAIN_VCO

100K

E3001 BLM11B601S

C3029 .022uF R3015

VCOCT1

43

R3001

VCOCT1_MAIN_VCO

C3013 100pF

R3006 4.7

270K

R3013 43

R3016 22K

C3021 130pF

L3006 8.2nH

C3023 0.75pF

C3024 15pF R3017

NU

22

VCOCT2

VCOCT2_MAIN_VCO

C3007

L3001 390nH

C3001 0.1uF

15pF

C3003 130pF

TETRA_RX_LO

C3025

D3001

R3014 22K

C3017 130pF

L3005 8.2nH

C3018 2.2pF

C3019 15pF

TETRA _RX_LO_MAIN_VCO

15pF

C3028 .022uF

R3018 22

TETRA_TX_LO_MAIN_VCO

TETRA_TX_LO C3026 10uF

C3014 130pF

Q3004 R3007 2.7K C3020 15pF

Q3003

R3008 10K

L3003 390nH

C3005

15pF

VCTRL

R1803

C3022 3.3pF

C3009 12.0pF

C3006

L3002

Q3002 VCTRL_MAIN_VCO

390nH

220

1.5pF C1815

C3015

C3002 D3002

3300pF

100pF

D3003

Y3001 RESONATOR 1100MHz

C3008 7.5pF

C3011 8.2pF 0.75pF

R3009

0 L3004 390nH

C3012 6.8pF R3010 330

PRSCIN

PRSCIN_MAIN_VCO

C3016 SH3001 SHIELD 130pF

R3003 470

NU

Main VCO Schematic Diagram

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V4_2.775V SWB+ RAW_B+ 5V_RF V1_3V

V4_2.775V

SPIA_CS_PA_BIAS

V4_2.775V

SPIA_CS_PA_BIAS

SWB+

PA_BIAS

RAW_B+

PA_BIAS

5V_RF

V4_LNODCT GROUND GROUND_DIG

GROUND

SPIA_CLK RX_TETRA PA_OUT

SPIA_MOSI

RX_TETRA

PA_OUT FEEDBACK

PA_TEMP_RETURN

VBLIN

TCLKB

TCLKB

TSLOT

TSLOT

OUTI

OUTIB OUTQ

OUTQ

ASW LO_DRIVER_EN RESET_OUT SPIA_CLK

Page 11

LNODCT FEEDBACK

OUTQB ASW LO_DRIVER_EN

GROUND

RESET_OUT SPIA_CLK

SPIA_MOSI

SPIA_MOSI

SPIA_MISO

SPIA_MISO

SPIA_CS2_ODCT

TXFE

TSLOTB

OUTIB

OUTQB

Page 10

SPIA_CS2_ODCT

Page 12 TX_SOURCE

TX_SOURCE

V1_3V

OUTI

TXPA

PA_IN

5V_RF

TSLOTB

V4_LNODCT

TCLK

5V_RF

TCLK

VBLIN

PA_IN

PA_TEMP

ANT_EN

PA_TEMP

VCNTO

PA_TEMP_RETURN

ESCORT SPIA_MOSI SPIA_CLK

SPIA_CS1_ESCORT

SPIA_CS1_ESCORT

ESC_VCO_BUF_EN

ESC_VCO_BUF_EN

TETRA_TX_LO

TETRA_TX_LO

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VCNTO ANT_EN

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C6002

C6003

150pF

0.1uF

R6004 68

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C6004

U6001 SLC-045P

0.1uF

C6005

C6001

R6001

C6007

C6010

C6008

C6011

C6016

R6010

R6008

TX_SOURCE_LNODCT

1

TX_SOURCE 39

150pF

R6003 150

330

150pF

R6005

R6002 150

5.6pF

5.6pF

15pF

L6002

C6006 18pF

100nH

15

15

15pF

C6009 2.7pF

L6003 12nH

C6012 18pF

L6004 12nH

3 C6014

INPUT

OUTPUT1

IPORT

OUTPUT2

6 4 150pF

C6015 2.4pF

R6009

C6017

2.4pF 15

150pF

Q6001 PBR941

C6055

R6011 56

C6013

R6012 56

4.3pF

R6013 56

100nH L6005

100nH L6006

150pF

R6006 470

R6014 220

C6018 150pF E6001

C6019 0.1uF

R6015 1K

C6020 150pF

SH6001 SHIELD

BLM11B601S LO_DRIVER_EN_LNODCT

LO_DRIVER_EN

V4_LNODCT

Q6002 6

V4_LNODCT

5V_RF

1 1

R6016 10K 2 3

R6017 470

C6056 C6021 0.1uF

0.1uF

C6022 0.1uF

C6023 0.1uF

E6002

C6025 150pF

C6024 0.1uF

C6027 150pF

C6026 10uF

SH6002 SHIELD

BLM11B601S

5

R6018 10K

4

UMZ2NTR

1

R6019 1K

T6001 XFMR

NU L6008

1

OUT2 GND2

C6032

27nH

2

4 R6025 4.7

GND1

C6034

1.5pF

5V_RF C6029 0.1uF

12

RESET_OUT_LNODCT

2

SPIA_CLK_LNODCT

3

SPIA_MOSI_LNODCT

4

SPIA_MISO_LNODCT

5 6

SPIA_CS2_ODCT_LNODCT

9 10 19 20 24 25 36 38 45 TCLK_LNODCT

46

TCLKB_LNODCT

56

TSLOT_LNODCT

57

R6024 1K

53

TST2 MRSTB

ASW

SPIC

TST3

SPII

TST4

SPIO

CAPM

SPISB

CAPO RFIN

SLT

LP1QB

SLTB

U6002

OVCO

LP1Q

XC390138

OVCOB

LP1IB

MVCO

LP1I LP2QB

MVCOB

LP2Q

RFINB LCAP

RFOUTB

LOQB

RFOUT

LOQ

LP2IB

LOIB

LP2I

LOI

TSLOTB_LNODCT

0.1uF

150pF

150pF

.022uF

GND2

USUB

GND

GNDD

DSUB

VSSR

GNDU

62

0.1uF

50

C6039

49

C6038

39

C6037

BINI

35

C6036

26 27 28 C6052 0.1uF

29 30 31 32 37 C6050 4700pF

41 42 43 C6047 .018uF

44 47 C6044 .018uF

48 51

C6048 150pF

52 54

C6049 4700pF

55 C6045 150pF

64 1 C6040

R6020 33

R6021 33

R6022 33

R6023 33 C6043 150pF

6800pF

BINIB

33

C6035

16

BINQ

GND0

61

23

60

OUTI_LNODCT

CAPRB

GCP

OUTIB_LNODCT

CAPR BINQB

GOFF

59

DGND

OUTQ_LNODCT

LSUB

58

7

OUTQB_LNODCT

R6026 1K

63 VCC2

40

VCC

VCCU

VCCD

17

34

VCCO

22

14

VDD

VOFF

CPO TST1

CLKIB

15

TCLK TCLKB TSLOT TSLOTB OUTQB OUTQ OUTIB OUTI

CLKI

13

RESET_OUT SPIA_CLK SPIA_MOSI SPIA_MISO SPIA_CS2_ODCT

150pF

C6033 150pF

11

PA_IN_LNODCT

PA_IN

OUT1 C6053 15pF

V4_LNODCT 8

V4_2.775V_LNODCT

IN

C6031 0.1uF

21

V4_LNODCT

C6030 0.1uF

VCP

5V_RF_LNODCT

18

5V_RF

3

6

C6046 150pF C6051

150pF

C6041 .015uF

C6042 .015uF

R6029 100

L6009

C6057

NU

FEEDBACK_LNODCT

FEEDBACK 39.0nH

ASW

ASW_LNODCT

TXU-LNODCT Schematic Diagram

2.7pF

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RAW_B+_TXPA

RAW_B+ L4006 68nH

C4050 180pF

L4011 100nH

C4035 100uF

C4013 330pF

C4036 100uF

R4009 10

C4037 100uF

E4002 FBMH3216HM

C4022

C4026 180pF

L4009 18nH

C4030 1uF

180pF

C4006 .022uF

R4002 200

ustrip

R4016 200

ustrip

L4010 5.6nH

ustrip

PA_OUT_TXPA

PA_OUT C4020 180pF C4009 15pF

PA_IN_TXPA

U4001 30C65

NC1

ustrip

R4008

6 7

2

2 3

C4043 27pF

C4015 12pF

L4007 12nH

C4042 27pF

C4051 56pF NU

R4005 33

1

R4004 33

POS

M4001 HEATSINK

NC2 NC3 NC4

4

C4005 330pF

L4008 5.6nH

C4033 10pF

C4031 27pF NU

EP

15

VG2

GND4

10

VG1

GND3

R4010 33 C4001 .022uF

VD1 G2

C4024 27pF

17

9

RFOUT2

GND2

8

VCNTRL

GND1

11

RFOUT1

5

14

L4003 270nH

RFIN

13

1

12

16

PA_IN

C4028 47pF Q4001

C4019 270pF

R4007 100 C4007 .022uF

C4012 .022uF

C4008 330pF

C4014 330pF

C4018 180pF

C4052 0.1uF

R4018 10K Q4100

PA_BIAS

PA_BIAS

V4_2.775V

5V_RF

L4005 270nH

SWB+_RF

L4100

SWB+

C4101 0.1uF U4102

R4101 C4100 180pF

0

8 7

R4001 10K

4

2

U4002 LMC7101BI 1

R4100 10K NU

R4006

4

2

U4100 LMC7101BI 1

H

CLK_S

W

EN_CS

L

DIN GND

1

VDD

C4011 0.1uF

5V_RF

MAX5401

5 3 4

SPIA_CLK SPIA_CS_PA_BIAS SPIA_MOSI

2

R4003 22K

5V_RF

5V_RF

6

270nH

3

3 5

5

200

VBLIN_TXPA

VBLIN C4021 1000pF

R4012 22K SH4001 SHIELD

PA_TEMP_TXPA

PA_TEMP C4003 180pF

RT4001 47K

1

SH4002 SHIELD

R4102 10K NU

1

PA_TEMP_RETURN_TXPA

PA_TEMP_RETURN

TXU-TX Power Amplifier Schematic Diagram

4.1 - 50

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L5010

V4_2.775V

V4_2.775V_TXFE

220nH

R5010 3.3K

R5011

1.8K

C5003 0.1uF

Q5001

VCNTO

VCNTO_TXFE

R5012 10K

L5005 R5013 ANT_EN_TXFE

R5005

R5006 47

1MEG

ANT_EN

10K

C5007 180pF

R5007 100K

C5012

180pF

C5013

180pF

C5009

L5006 L5003 220nH

FL5001 UB1240-01 U5001 STH-90S-L OUT

1

5

2

IN

4 GND2

ISOLATION_PORT

GND1

COUPLING_PORT

OUT

2

IN

GND1

3

4

6

GND2

PA_OUT

1

PA_OUT_TXFE

C5015

150nH

330pF 1pF

C5005

D5001

L5008

330pF

BAR_63-02W

15nH

3

J5001

C5018

330pF

C5019 C5006 6.8pF

L5004 22nH

R5004 51

C5011 6.8pF

0.5pF

C5016 4.7pF

R5014 18K

D5002

BAR_63-02W

C5008 5.6pF C5001

FEEDBACK

C5010 330pF

R5008 120

R5002

FEEDBACK_TXFE

330pF

68

R5001 150

R5003 150

C5002 15pF

C5022 L5007 27nH 1pF

C5014

L5011

RX_TETRA_TXFE

2

1

SH5001 SHIELD

18nH

D5003 BA892

TXU-TX Front End Schematic Diagram

C5020 6.8pF

330pF

C5021 1pF

RX_TETRA

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R7511 15 V1_3V C7513 .047uF C7511 150pF

R7518 10K

SH7000 SHIELD R7517 2.2K 1

Q7504

TX_SOURCE_ESCORT

TX_SOURCE

R7516 100K

ESC_VCO_BUF_EN_ESCORT

680nH L7508

ESC_VCO_BUF_EN

R7514

L7507 39nH 5V_RF_ESCORT

39

C7510 5.6pF

5V_RF

R7513 10

V1_3V_ESCORT

V1_3V

R7512 56

V1_3V C7002

C7001

R7004

R7005

150pF

10uF

100K

10K

R7021 1K

R7022 1K

C7021 R7023 .01uF

1K

R7024

C7022

1K

150pF

R7515 18

C7512 4.7uF

Q7022

Q7021

L7506 100nH

R7510 2.7K

R7509 15 R7504 4.7 C7509 47pF

C7507 82pF

Q7503

VDD

15

U7001 BICMO885

2 13 16 9

IUP

DATA_RTB

TESTOUT NC

CPBIAS FREQA

14 1

C7003 150pF

NC

C7012 1500pF

R7011 82

C7502 12pF

L7501 17nH

R7507 15

C7504 6.8pF

Q7023

17

R7508 2.2K

Q7501

NC

Q7502 C7506 0.5pF

C7011 .015uF

L7505 180nH

C7505 6.2pF R7505 3.3K

L7502 180nH

D7504

Q7024

TETRA_TX_LO_ESCORT

TETRA_TX_LO R7001 180

R7501 3.9K

C7503 4.3pF

11

SPIEN

4 R7002 33

NC

10

FREQB

GND1

3

RTESTCLK

5

D7503

SPIA_MOSI

IDOWN

D7502

NC SPIA_MOSI_ESCORT

RTESTOUT

CEX_A0

D7501

SPIA_CS1_ESCORT

7

CLK_A1

GND2

8

CPGND

6

SPIA_CS1_ESCORT

12

SPIA_CLK_ESCORT

SPIA_CLK

L7503 180nH

R7506 47

NU R7502 2.2K

R7003 39

C7508 150pF

R7503 47

C7514 2.2pF

D7505

L7504 180nH

C7501 150pF C7031 150pF

NU

R7031 56

TXU-ESCORT/TX VCO Schematic Diagram

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380-430 MHz Radio Parts List Circuit Motorola Description Ref Part No. C1001 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C1002 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C1003 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C1004 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C1005 2113743L29 Cap Cer Chip 3300pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C1006 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C1007 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C1008 2113741A49 Cap Cer Chip 15000pF 5% 50V X7R 0805 C1009 2113743L41 Cap Cer Chip 10000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C1010 2113743L17 Cap Cer Chip 1000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C1011 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C1012 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C1013 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C1014 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C1015 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C1016 2113743L03 Cap Cer Chip 270pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C1017 2113928C04 Cap Cer Chip 4.7uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0805 C1018 2113743L41 Cap Cer Chip 10000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C1019 2113743L41 Cap Cer Chip 10000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C1020 2113743L01 Cap Cer Chip 220pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C1021 2113928C04 Cap Cer Chip 4.7uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0805 C1022 2113743L03 Cap Cer Chip 270pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C1301 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C1302 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C1501 2113743L17 Cap Cer Chip 1000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

Circuit Motorola Ref Part No. C1502 2113743L17 C1504

2113743L03

C1505

2113743N34

C1506

2113743L05

C1511

2113743L50

C1512

2113743L33

C1521

2113743N21

C1522

2113743N16

C1523

2113743N24

C1524

2113743N26

C1525

2113743N26

C1526

2113928N01

C1527

2113928N01

C1541

2113743L05

C1542

2113743N28

C1543

2113743N30

C1544

2113743N54

C1801

2113928N01

C1802

2113928K09

C1803

2113928N01

C1804

2113743N38

C1805

2113928K09

C1806

2113928N01

C1807

2113928N01

C1808 C1809

Not Placed 2113743L29

Description Cap Cer Chip 1000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 270pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 22.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 330pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 33000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 4700pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 6.2pF +/-0.5pF 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 3.9pF +/-0.25pF 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 8.2pF +/-0.5pF 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 10.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 10.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 330pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 12.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 15.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 6.3V X5R 1206 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 33.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 6.3V X5R 1206 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Cer Chip 3300pF 10% 16V X7R 0402

TRANSCEIVER 400 MHz

Circuit Motorola Ref Part No. C1810 2113743L48 C1811 C1812 C1815

0885126C07 Not Placed 2113743L29

C1816

2113743N50

C1817

2113743L17

C1820

2113928N01

D1521 L1001 L1002 L1521 L1522 L1541 Q1521 Q1531 R1001 R1002 R1003 R1004 R1005 R1301 R1511 R1512 R1521 R1522 R1523 R1524 R1802 R1803 R1804 R1805 R1807 R1810 SH1000 SH1500 U1001 U1501 Y1301 C2001

4809877C13 2462587V38 2462587V38 2413926G15 2409134J04 2413926G15 4805793Y01 4805723X03 0662057U85 0662057U39 0662057N23 0662057N23 0662057N23 0662057M78 0662057M90 0662057U85 0662057M98 0662057M60 0662057M90 0662057M50 0662057M54 0662057M58 0662057U39 0662057M74 0662057M90 0662057U39 2666510A02 2686118Z01 5185368C21 5186226J12 5102463J73 2113928N01

C2002

2113928K09

C2100

2113743N54

C2101

2113743N54

Description Cap Cer Chip 22000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap 0.1uF Poly GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Cer Chip 3300pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 100pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 1000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Diode Varactor ISV305 ESC Ind Chip 220nH 5% 0805 Ind Chip 220nH 5% 0805 Ind Cer Chip 47.0nH 5% 0603 Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 Ind Cer Chip 47.0nH 5% 0603 Trans Mini Sot NPN NE68519 Trans Dual NPN-PNP UMD3N Res Chip 2.2k 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 33 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 100k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 100k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 100k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1500 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 4700 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 2.2k 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 10k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 270 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 4700 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 100 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 150 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 220 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 33 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 4700 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 33 1% 0.063W 0402 Shield, RFCU - WPI Primary Shield, 2ND LO WPIC Plus LMX2332 KT19 16.8MHz TCXO 1ppm Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 6.3V X5R 1206 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402

Circuit Motorola Description Ref Part No. C2200 2113743N28 Cap Cer Chip 12.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C2201 2113743N30 Cap Cer Chip 15.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C2202 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C2203 2113743L17 Cap Cer Chip 1000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C2204 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C2205 2113743N38 Cap Cer Chip 33.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C2206 2113743L17 Cap Cer Chip 1000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C2207 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C2208 2113743L17 Cap Cer Chip 1000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C2209 2113740F09 Cap Cer Chip 1.8pF+/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 C2210 2113740L02 Cap Cer Chip 2.2pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 C2300 2113740L11 Cap Cer Chip 5.1pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 C2301 2113740F02 Cap Cer Chip 0.75pF+/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 C2302 2113740L17 Cap Cer Chip 9.1pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 C2303 2113740L09 Cap Cer Chip 4.3pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 C2304 2113740L17 Cap Cer Chip 9.1pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 C2305 2113740L05 Cap Cer Chip 3.0pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 C2306 2113740L11 Cap Cer Chip 5.1pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 C2400 2113740L40 Cap Cer Chip 82.0pF 2% NPO 50V 0603 C2401 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C2402 2113740L20 Cap Cer Chip 12.0pF 2% NPO 50V 0603 C2403 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C2404 2113743L17 Cap Cer Chip 1000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C2405 2113740L20 Cap Cer Chip 12.0pF 2% NPO 50V 0603 C2406 2113741F41 Cap Cer Chip 4700pF 5% 50V X7R 0603

TRANSCEIVER 400 MHz

Circuit Motorola Ref Part No. C2407 2113743L17 C2408

2113743N38

C2500

2113740L02

C2501

2113740L02

C2502

2113740L02

C2503

2113740L12

C2504

2113740L18

C2505

2113740L18

C2506

2113740L34

D2100 E2100 E2200 E2400 FL2100

4813825A19 2480640Z01 2480640Z01 2480640Z01 9166508A01

FL2500 9186323Z01 L2001 L2200 L2201 L2202 L2300 L2301 L2302 L2400 L2401 L2402 L2403 L2500 L2501 L2502 L2503 Q2200 Q2400 R2200 R2201 R2202 R2400 R2401 R2402 R2403 R2404

2409377M36 2409377M06 2462587V30 2462587V28 2413923B15 2413923B24 2413923B24 2462587V30 2462587V30 2462587V23 2462587V23 2413926K31 2413926K31 2409377M36 2409377M36 4805723X03 4809939C06 0662057M26 0662057M74 0662057M72 0662057M62 0662057U31 0662057M62 0662057M68 0662057M62

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Description Cap Cer Chip 1000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 33.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 2.2pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 2.2pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 2.2pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 5.6pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 10.0pF +/-0.25pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 10.0pF +/-0.25pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 47.0pF 2% NPO 50V 0603 Diode Schottky Barrier Series C/IND BK1005HM471 Bead C/IND BK1005HM471 Bead C/IND BK1005HM471 Bead Tuneable Chip Multilayer LC Filter FLTR 3 POL SURF MT XTAL 109.65MHz TOYOCOM Ind Chip WW 220nH 5% 0603 Ind Chip WW 15nH 5% 0603 Ind Chip 47nH 5% 0805 Ind Chip 33nH 5% 0805 Ind Chip 22nH 2% 805CS Ind Chip 15nH 2% 805CS Ind Chip 15nH 2% 805CS Ind Chip 47nH 5% 0805 Ind Chip 47nH 5% 0805 Ind Chip 12nH 5% 0805 Ind Chip 12nH 5% 0805 Ind Cer Chip 470nH 5% 0805 Ind Cer Chip 470nH 5% 0805 Ind Chip WW 220nH 5% 0603 Ind Chip WW 220nH 5% 0603 Trans Dual NPN-PNP UMD3N Tstr Dual PNP/NPN UMZ2N Res Chip 10 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 820 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 330 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 15 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 330 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 560 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 330 5% 0.063W 0402

Circuit Ref R2405 R2406 R2407 R2408 R2409 R2410 SH2001 SH2002 U2200 U2400 C3001

Motorola Part No. 0662057U31 0662057M62 0662057M80 0662057U89 0662057U89 0662057M80 2666513A02 2666512A02 5185368C01 5108428S91 2113928N01

C3002

2113740F51

C3003

2113743N53

C3005

2104801Z32

C3006

2104801Z10

C3007

2104801Z32

C3008

2104801Z27

C3009

2104801Z31

C3011

2104801Z28

C3012

2104801Z26

C3013

2113740F51

C3014

2113743N53

C3015

2104801Z30

C3016

2113743N53

C3017

2113743N53

C3018

2113743N10

C3019

2104801Z32

C3020

2104801Z32

C3021

2113743N53

C3022

2113743N14

C3023

Not Placed

Description Res Chip 15 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 330 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1800 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 3.3k 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 3.3k 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1800 5% 0.063W 0402 Shield, RXU - IF Shield, RXU - RF IC 3V Low Noise AMP RC2361 Linear Mixer CMY211 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 100pF 5% NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 130pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 15.0pF 2% HF16V 0402 Cap Cer Chip 1.5pF +/-0.1pF HF16V 0402 Cap Cer Chip 15.0pF 2% HF16V 0402 Cap Cer Chip 7.5pF +/-0.25pF HF16V 0402 Cap Cer Chip 12.0pF +/-0.25pF HF16V 0402 Cap Cer Chip 8.2pF +/-0.25pF HF16V 0402 Cap Cer Chip 6.8pF +/-0.25pF HF16V 0402 Cap Cer Chip 100pF 5% NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 130pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.75pF +/-0.1pF HF16V 0402 Cap Cer Chip 130pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 130pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 2.2pF +/-0.25pF 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 15.0pF 2% HF16V 0402 Cap Cer Chip 15.0pF 2% HF16V 0402 Cap Cer Chip 130pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 3.3pF +/-0.25pF 16V COG 0402 GCAM Dummy Part Number

Circuit Motorola Description Ref Part No. C3024 2104801Z32 Cap Cer Chip 15.0pF 2% HF16V 0402 C3025 2104801Z32 Cap Cer Chip 15.0pF 2% HF16V 0402 C3026 2311049A59 Cap Tant Chip 10uF 10% 6V A C3028 2113743L48 Cap Cer Chip 22000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C3029 2113743L48 Cap Cer Chip 22000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 D3001 4809877C13 Diode Varactor ISV305 ESC D3002 4809877C13 Diode Varactor ISV305 ESC D3003 4809877C13 Diode Varactor ISV305 ESC E3001 2409134J04 Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 L3001 2462587V41 Ind Chip 390nH 10% 0805 L3002 2462587V41 Ind Chip 390nH 10% 0805 L3003 2462587V41 Ind Chip 390nH 10% 0805 L3004 2462587V41 Ind Chip 390nH 10% 0805 L3005 2462587V22 Ind Chip 8.2nH 5% 0805 L3006 2462587V22 Ind Chip 8.2nH 5% 0805 Q3001 4809939C06 Tstr Dual PNP/NPN UMZ2N Q3002 4805793Y01 Trans Mini SOT NPN NE68519 Q3003 4805793Y01 Trans Mini SOT NPN NE68519 Q3004 4805793Y01 Trans Mini SOT NPN NE68519 R3001 0662057N33 Res Chip 270k 5% 0.063W 0402 R3002 0662057N23 Res Chip 100k 5% 0.063W 0402 R3003 Not Placed GCAM Dummy Part Number R3004 0662057U85 Res Chip 2.2k 1% 0.063W 0402 R3005 0662057M98 Res Chip 10k 5% 0.063W 0402 R3006 0662057M18 Res Chip 4.7 5% 0.063W 0402 R3007 0662057U87 Res Chip 2.7k 1% 0.063W 0402 R3008 0662057M98 Res Chip 10k 5% 0.063W 0402 R3009 0662057M01 Res Chip 0 5% 0.063W 0402 R3010 0662057M62 Res Chip 330 5% 0.063W 0402 R3013 0662057M41 Res Chip 43 5% 0.063W 0402 R3014 0662057N07 Res Chip 22k 5% 0.063W 0402 R3015 0662057M41 Res Chip 43 5% 0.063W 0402 R3016 0662057N07 Res Chip 22k 5% 0.063W 0402 R3017 0662057M34 Res Chip 22 5% 0.063W 0402 R3018 0662057M34 Res Chip 22 5% 0.063W 0402 SH3001 2666514A02 Shield, Main VCO Y3001 4805911Z14 Ind Coaxial Ceramic 1100 MHz C4001 2113743L48 Cap Cer Chip 22000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C4003 2113743P01 Cap Cer Chip 180pF 5% 16V COH 0402 C4005 2113743L05 Cap Cer Chip 330pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C4006 2113743L48 Cap Cer Chip 22000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C4007 2113743L48 Cap Cer Chip 22000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402

4.1 - 53

Circuit Motorola Ref Part No. C4008 2113743L05 C4009

2113743N30

C4011

2113743M24

C4012

2113743L48

C4013

2113743L05

C4014

2113743L05

C4015

2113740L20

C4018

2113743P01

C4019

2113740F61

C4020

2113743P01

C4021

2113743L17

C4022

2113743P01

C4024

2113740L28

C4026

2113743P01

C4028

2113740L34

C4030

2113743F16

C4031 C4033

Not Placed 2113740L18

C4035 C4036 C4037 C4042

2311049C49 2311049C49 2311049C49 2113740L28

C4043

2113740L28

C4050

2113743P01

C4051 C4052

Not Placed 2113928N01

C4100

2113743P01

C4101

2113928N01

Description Cap Cer Chip 330pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 15.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF +80/-20% 16V Y5V 0402 Cap Cer Chip 22000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 330pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 330pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 12.0pF 2% NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 180pF 5% 16V COH 0402 Cap Cer Chip 270pF 5% NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 180pF 5% 16V COH 0402 Cap Cer Chip 1000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 180pF 5% 16V COH 0402 Cap Cer Chip 27.0pF 2% NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 180pF 5% 16V COH 0402 Cap Cer Chip 47.0pF 2% NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 1.0uF +80/-20% 16V Y5V 0805 GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Cer Chip 10.0pF +/-0.25pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Tant Chip 100uF 10% 16V D Cap Tant Chip 100uF 10% 16V D Cap Tant Chip 100uF 10% 16V D Cap Cer Chip 27.0pF 2% NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 27.0pF 2% NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 180pF 5% 16V COH 0402 GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 180pF 5% 16V COH 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402

4.1 - 54

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

Circuit Ref E4002 L4003 L4005 L4006 L4007 L4008 L4009 L4010 L4011 L4100 M4001 Q4001 Q4100 R4001 R4002 R4003 R4004 R4005 R4006 R4007 R4008 R4009 R4010 R4012 R4016 R4018 R4100 R4101 R4102 RT4001 SH4001 SH4002 U4001

Motorola Part No. 7608671Y02 2413926N29 2413926N29 2409377M14 2409377M05 2462587V64 2409414M37 2462587V64 2409377M17 2413926N29 2680499Z01 4813828A09 4809939C05 0662057M98 0662057M57 0662057N07 0662057A13 0662057A13 0662057M57 0662057M50 0662057B55 0662057M26 0662057A13 0662057N07 0662057M57 0662057M98 Not Placed 0662057M01 Not Placed 0686931J01 2666515A02 2666516A03 5185130C65

U4002 U4100 U4102

5162852A09 5162852A09 5102463J79

C5001

2113743L05

C5002

2113743N30

C5003

2113928N01

C5005

2113740F63

C5006

2113740L14

C5007

2113743P01

Description Ferrite Bead 500 OHM SMD Pkg Ind Cer Chip 270nH 5% 0603 Ind Cer Chip 270nH 5% 0603 Ind Chip WW 68nH 5% 0603 Ind Chip WW 12nH 5% 0603 Ind Chip 5.6nH 5% 0805 Ind Chip WW 18nH 10% 0805 Ind Chip 5.6nH 5% 0805 Ind Chip WW 100nH 5% 0603 Ind Cer Chip 270nH 5% 0603 Heat Spreader Tstr 8W 450MHZ 7.5V MRF1517 Tstr Dual NPN/PNP UMH 5 Res Chip 10k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 200 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 22k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 33 5% 0.1W 0603 Res Chip 33 5% 0.1W 0603 Res Chip 200 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 100 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 2.0 5% 0.1W 0603 Res Chip 10 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 33 5% 0.1W 0603 Res Chip 22k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 200 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 10k 5% 0.063W 0402 GCAM Dummy Part Number Res Chip 0 5% 0.063W 0402 GCAM Dummy Part Number Thermistor 47k Shield, TXPA - Driver Shield, TXPA - PA IC VHF/UHF/800 MHZ LDMOS Driver 30C65 Low Pwr OP AMP LMC7101Bl Low Pwr OP AMP LMC7101Bl MAX5401 Low-Drift Digital Potentiometer Cap Cer Chip 330pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 15.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 330pF 5% NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 6.8pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 180pF 5% 16V COH 0402

Circuit Motorola Ref Part No. C5008 2113740L12 C5009

2113740F63

C5010

2113740F63

C5011

2113740L14

C5012

2113740F57

C5013

2113740F57

C5014

2113740F63

C5015

2113740F03

C5016

2113740L10

C5018

2113740F63

C5019

2113740F01

C5020

2113740L14

C5021

2113740F03

C5022

2113740F03

D5001 D5002 D5003 FL5001 J5001 L5003 L5004 L5005 L5006 L5007 L5008 L5010 L5011 Q5001 R5001 R5002 R5003 R5004 R5005 R5006 R5007 R5008 R5010

4809948D12 4809948D12 4809948D13 5804901K14 2880658Z03 2462587V38 2462587V26 7686949J02 2409414M31 2462587V27 2462587V24 2462587V38 2462587V25 4809939C06 0662057M54 0662057M46 0662057M54 0662057A18 0662057N47 0662057U43 0662057N23 0662057M52 0662057U89

Description Cap Cer Chip 5.6pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 330pF 5% NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 330pF 5% NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 6.8pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 180pF 5% NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 180pF 5% NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 330pF 5% NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 1.0pF+/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 4.7pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 330pF 5% NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 0.5pF+/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 6.8pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 1.0pF+/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 1.0pF+/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Diode RF Switch BAR63-02W Diode RF Switch BAR63-02W Diode RF Switch BA892 ESC 380-430 MHZ ISOLATOR Connector (SMA) IND CHIP 220nH 5% 0805 IND CHIP 22nH 5% 0805 Ferrite Bead Chip-0402 SIZE IND CHIP WW 150nH 2% 0805 IND CHIP 27nH 5% 0805 IND CHIP 15nH 5% 0805 IND CHIP 220nH 5% 0805 IND CHIP 18nH 5% 0805 Tstr Dual PNP/NPN UMZ2N Res Chip 150 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 68 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 150 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 51 5% 0.1W 0603 Res Chip 1M 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 47 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 100k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 120 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 3.3k 1% 0.063W 0402

TRANSCEIVER 400 MHz

Circuit Ref R5011 R5012 R5013 R5014 SH5001 U5001

Motorola Part No. 0662057M80 0662057M98 0662057M98 0662057A79 2666517A02 5866504A01

C6001

2113743N54

C6002

2113743N54

C6003

2113928N01

C6004

2113928N01

C6005

2113743N54

C6006

2113740L24

C6007

2113740L22

C6008

2113740L12

C6009

2113740L04

C6010

2113740L12

C6011

2113740L22

C6012

2113740L24

C6013

2113743N54

C6014

2113743N11

C6015

2113743N11

C6016

2113743N54

C6017

2113743N54

C6018

2113743N54

C6019

2113928N01

C6020

2113743N54

C6021

2113928N01

C6022

2113928N01

Description Res Chip 1800 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 10k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 10k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 18k 5% 0.1W 0603 Shield, TXFE - ANT Switch 400/500MHZ Band Chip Direct Coupler Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 18.0pF 2% NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 15.0pF 2% NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 5.6pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 2.7pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 5.6pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 15.0pF 2% NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 18.0pF 2% NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 2.4pF +/-0.25pF 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 2.4pF +/-0.25pF 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402

Circuit Motorola Description Ref Part No. C6023 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C6024 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C6025 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C6026 2113928K09 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 6.3V X5R 1206 C6027 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C6029 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C6030 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C6031 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C6032 2113743N07 Cap Cer Chip 1.5pF +/-0.25pF 16V COG 0402 C6033 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C6034 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C6035 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C6036 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C6037 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C6038 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C6039 2113743E07 Cap Cer Chip .022uF 10% 16V X7R 0603 C6040 2113741F45 Cap Cer Chip 6800pF 5% 50V X7R 0603 C6041 2113743E03 Cap Cer Chip .015uF 10% 16V X7R 0603 C6042 2113743E03 Cap Cer Chip .015uF 10% 16V X7R 0603 C6043 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C6044 2113743E05 Cap Cer Chip .018uF 10% 16V X7R 0603 C6045 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C6046 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C6047 2113743E05 Cap Cer Chip .018uF 10% 16V X7R 0603 C6048 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402

TRANSCEIVER 400 MHz

Circuit Motorola Ref Part No. C6049 2113741F41 C6050

2113741F41

C6051

2113743N54

C6052

2113928N01

C6053

2113740L22

C6055

2113743N17

C6056

2113928N01

C6057

2113743N12

E6001 E6002 L6002 L6003 L6004 L6005 L6006 L6008 L6009 Q6001 Q6002 R6001 R6002 R6003 R6004 R6005 R6006 R6008 R6009 R6010 R6011 R6012 R6013 R6014 R6015 R6016 R6017 R6018 R6019 R6020 R6021 R6022 R6023 R6024 R6025

2409134J04 2409134J04 2409377M17 2413923B23 2413923B23 2409377M17 2409377M17 Not Placed 2409154M20 4802197J95 4809939C06 0662057M40 0662057M54 0662057M54 0662057M46 0662057M62 0662057M66 0662057U31 0662057U31 0662057U31 0662057M44 0662057M44 0662057M44 0662057M58 0662057M74 0662057M98 0662057M66 0662057M98 0662057M74 0662057U39 0662057U39 0662057U39 0662057U39 0662057M74 0662057M18

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

Description Cap Cer Chip 4700pF 5% 50V X7R 0603 Cap Cer Chip 4700pF 5% 50V X7R 0603 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 15.0pF 2% NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 4.3pF +/-0.25pF 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 2.7pF +/-0.25pF 16V COG 0402 Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 Ind Chip WW 100nH 5% 0603 Ind Chip 12nH 2% 805CS Ind Chip 12nH 2% 805CS Ind Chip WW 100nH 5% 0603 Ind Chip WW 100nH 5% 0603 GCAM Dummy Part Number Ind Cer Chip 39nH 5% 0402 TSTR NPN PBR941 TSTR Dual PNP/NPN UMZ2N Res Chip 39 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 150 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 150 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 68 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 330 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 470 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 15 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 15 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 15 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 56 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 56 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 56 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 220 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 10k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 470 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 10k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 33 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 33 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 33 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 33 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 4.7 5% 0.063W 0402

Circuit Ref R6026 R6029 SH6001 SH6002 T6001 U6001 U6002 C7001 C7002

Motorola Part No. 0662057M74 Not Placed 2666518A02 2666519A02 2580443L04 5880334L02 5108428S43 2311049A59 2113743N54

C7003

2113743N54

C7011

2113743E03

C7012

2113743L21

C7021

2113743L41

C7022

2113743N54

C7031

2113743N54

C7501 C7502

Not Placed 2113740L20

C7503

2113740L09

C7504

2113740L14

C7505

2113740L13

C7506

2113740F01

C7507

2113743N48

C7508 C7509

Not Placed 2113743N42

C7510

2113740L12

C7511

2113743N54

C7512

2311049C18

C7513

2113743E12

C7514

2113740L02

D7501 D7502 D7503

4809877C13 4809877C13 4862824C01

Description Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 GCAM Dummy Part Number Shield, TXU - LNODCT2 Shield, TXU - LNODCT Transformer BALUN 450MHZ 90 Deg Splitter Low Noise ODCT CAP TANT CHIP 10uF 10% 6V A Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip .015uF 10% 16V X7R 0603 Cap Cer Chip 1500pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 10000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Cer Chip 12.0pF 2% NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 4.3pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 6.8pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 6.2pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 0.5pF+/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 82.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Cer Chip 47.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 5.6pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 CAP TANT CHIP 4.7uF 10% 6V LP(A) Cap Cer Chip .047uF 10% 16V X7R 0603 Cap Cer Chip 2.2pF +/-0.1pF NPO 50V 0603 Diode Varactor ISV305 ESC Diode Varactor ISV305 ESC Diode Varactor 1SV229 USC

Circuit Ref D7504 D7505 L7501 L7502 L7503 L7504 L7505 L7506 L7507 L7508 Q7021 Q7022 Q7023 Q7024 Q7501 Q7502 Q7503 Q7504 R7001 R7002 R7003 R7004 R7005 R7011 R7021 R7022 R7023 R7024 R7031 R7501 R7502 R7503 R7504 R7505 R7506 R7507 R7508 R7509 R7510 R7511 R7512 R7513 R7514 R7515 R7516 R7517 R7518 SH7000 U7001

4.1 - 55

Motorola Part No. 4862824C01 4809877C13 2462587W03 2462587V18 2462587V18 2462587V18 2462587V18 2462587V34 2462587V29 2462587V44 4805723X02 4805723X02 4805793Y01 4805793Y01 4805793Y01 4805793Y01 4805793Y01 4809939C06 0662057M56 0662057U39 0662057M40 0662057N23 0662057M98 0662057M48 0662057M74 0662057M74 0662057M74 0662057M74 0662057M44 0662057U91 0662057U85 0662057U43 0662057M18 0662057U89 0662057U43 0662057U31 0662057U85 0662057U31 0662057U87 0662057U31 0662057M44 0662057M26 0662057M40 0662057M32 0662057N23 0662057U85 0662057M98 2666520A02 5185368C18

Description Diode Varactor 1SV229 USC Diode Varactor ISV305 ESC Ind Chip 17nH 5% 1206 Ind Chip 180nH 10% 0805 Ind Chip 180nH 10% 0805 Ind Chip 180nH 10% 0805 Ind Chip 180nH 10% 0805 Ind Chip 100nH 5% 0805 Ind Chip 39nH 5% 0805 Ind Chip 680nH 10% 0805 Trans Dual PNP UMT1N Trans Dual PNP UMT1N Trans Mini SOT NPN NE68519 Trans Mini SOT NPN NE68519 Trans Mini SOT NPN NE68519 Trans Mini SOT NPN NE68519 Trans Mini SOT NPN NE68519 Tstr Dual PNP/NPN UMZ2N Res Chip 180 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 33 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 39 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 100k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 10k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 82 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 56 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 3.9k 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 2.2k 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 47 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 4.7 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 3.3k 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 47 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 15 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 2.2k 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 15 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 2.7k 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 15 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 56 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 10 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 39 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 18 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 100k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 2.2k 1% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 10k 5% 0.063W 0402 Shield, ESCORT/TXVCO ESCORT IC IN 16 PIN QFN Package

Circuit Motorola Description Ref Part No. C001 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C002 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C003 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C004 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C005 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C006 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C007 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C009 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C010 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C011 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C012 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C013 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C016 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C017 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C018 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C019 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C024 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C025 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C026 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C027 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C030 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C031 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C032 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C033 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C034 2113743M24 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF +80/-20% 16V Y5V 0402

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Circuit Motorola Description Ref Part No. C035 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C036 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C037 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C038 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 D001 4809118D03 Led Red/Grn 2X3MM SMD LNJ123W8P0MT E001 2486132Z01 BK20104M601 Ferrite Bead Array E002 2486132Z01 BK20104M601 Ferrite Bead Array J001 0986237A02 Connector (Contact Battery) J002 0986017Z01 Connector, 24 Pin Socket R001 0662057M74 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 R002 0662057M74 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 R003 0662057N13 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 R004 0662057N13 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 R005 0662057N13 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 R006 0662057N13 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 R007 0662057N13 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 R008 0662057N13 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 R009 0662057N13 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 R010 Not Placed GCAM Dummy Part Number S001 4080710Z07 Frequency Switch (Endless Rotation) S002 4070354A01 Light Touch Switch-SMD S003 4070354A01 Light Touch Switch-SMD S004 4070354A01 Light Touch Switch-SMD S005 4070354A01 Light Touch Switch-SMD U001 5102463J90 NL27WZ16-Dual Buffer U002 5102463J90 NL27WZ16-Dual Buffer U005 9185759B01 FLTR RC Network VR001 4805656W08 Diode 5.6V Zener Quad MMQA5V6T1 VR002 4805656W08 Diode 5.6V Zener Quad MMQA5V6T1 VR004 4805656W08 Diode 5.6V Zener Quad MMQA5V6T1 VR009 4813830C26 Diode 13V ‘H3’ MMSZ5243BT1 C100 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C101 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C102 2113743M24 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF +80/-20% 16V Y5V 0402 C104 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

Circuit Motorola Description Ref Part No. C105 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C112 2113743N38 Cap Cer Chip 33.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C113 2113743N38 Cap Cer Chip 33.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C114 2113743M24 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF +80/-20% 16V Y5V 0402 C115 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C116 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C117 2113743K16 Cap Cer Chip .022uF +80/-20% 16V Y5V 0603 C118 2113743L09 Cap Cer Chip 470pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C119 2113743L09 Cap Cer Chip 470pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C120 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C121 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C122 2186133Z01 Capacitor Array 33pF +/-10% 0805 C123 2186133Z01 Capacitor Array 33pF +/-10% 0805 C124 2186133Z01 Capacitor Array 33pF +/-10% 0805 C125 2113743M24 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF +80/-20% 16V Y5V 0402 C126 2113743M24 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF +80/-20% 16V Y5V 0402 C127 2113743N38 Cap Cer Chip 33.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C130 2113743N38 Cap Cer Chip 33.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C131 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C132 2113743L09 Cap Cer Chip 470pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C133 2113743L09 Cap Cer Chip 470pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C134 2113743L09 Cap Cer Chip 470pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C135 2113743L09 Cap Cer Chip 470pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C136 2113743L09 Cap Cer Chip 470pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C137 2113743L09 Cap Cer Chip 470pF 10% 16V X7R 0402

TRANSCEIVER 400 MHz

Circuit Motorola Ref Part No. C138 2113743L09 C139

2113743L09

D100 D101 E101 E102 E103 E104 E105 E106 E107 E108 J100 J110 Q100

4802245J47 4802245J47 2480675U01 2480675U01 2409134J04 2409134J04 2409134J04 2480675U01 2480675U01 2480675U01 0905505Y04 0980472U01 5102463J80

Q101

5102463J80

Q102 Q103 R100 R101 R102 R103 R106 R107 R108 R109

4809939C05 4802245J54 Not Placed 0662057N13 0662057N13 0662057N13 0662057M40 0662057M40 0662057N13 0686135Z01

R110 R111 R112 R113 R114 R115 R116 R117 R118 R119 R120 R121 R122 R123 R124 R125 R126 R127 R128 R129

0662057M98 0662057M98 0662057N01 0662057M95 0662057N13 0662057N13 0662057M82 0662057N13 0662057N17 0662057M74 0662057M74 0662057M40 0662057M50 0662057M74 0662057M74 0662057M74 0662057M74 0662057M74 0662057M74 0662057M74

Description Cap Cer Chip 470pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 470pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Diode Schottky Barrier RB471E Diode Schottky Barrier RB471E 0805 Chip-3Amp 0805 Chip-3Amp Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 0805 Chip-3Amp 0805 Chip-3Amp 0805 Chip-3Amp Conn ZIF Horizontal Connector 16 Pos Right Angle FDC6330L Integrated Load Switch FDC6330L Integrated Load Switch Tstr Dual NPN/PNP UMH 5 UMG5N Digital Transistor GCAM Dummy Part Number Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 39 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 39 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 Current Sensor Resistor (0.1ohm) Res Chip 10k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 10k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 12k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 7500 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 2200 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 56k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 39 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 100 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402

Circuit Ref R130 R131 R132 RV101

Motorola Part No. 0662057M74 0662057M74 0662057M74 0686407Z01

S100 U100 U101 U102 U106 U107 U108

4070354A01 9185759B01 9185759B01 9185759B01 5109522E22 5105625U75 5180508F01

U111 VR100 VR101

5162852A62 4813830C26 4805656W08

VR102

4805656W08

VR103

4805656W08

VR104 VR105 C200

4813830C26 4813830C26 2113928N01

C201

2113928K09

C202

2113743L41

C203

2113743L17

C204

2113928N01

C205

2113928N01

C206

2113928N01

C207

2113928N01

C208

2113928N01

C209

2113928C04

C210

2113928K09

C211

2113928K09

C212

2113928C04

C213

Not Placed

Description Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 TRANSORB Diode V5.5MLA 0603 Light Touch Switch-SMD Fltr RC Network Fltr RC Network Fltr RC Network IC Sngl And Gate TC7S08FU IC CMOS Inverter TC7WU04FU IC NOR Gate Unbuffered TC7W02FU IC MAX4373T, Low Cost Mircpwr Diode 13V ‘H3’ MMSZ5243BT1 Diode 5.6V Zener Quad MMQA5V6T1 Diode 5.6V Zener Quad MMQA5V6T1 Diode 5.6V Zener Quad MMQA5V6T1 Diode 13V ‘H3’ MMSZ5243BT1 Diode 13V ‘H3’ MMSZ5243BT1 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 6.3V X5R 1206 Cap Cer Chip 10000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 1000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 4.7uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0805 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 6.3V X5R 1206 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 6.3V X5R 1206 Cap Cer Chip 4.7uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0805 GCAM Dummy Part Number

TRANSCEIVER 400 MHz

Circuit Motorola Description Ref Part No. C214 2113928C04 Cap Cer Chip 4.7uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0805 C215 2113928C04 Cap Cer Chip 4.7uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0805 C216 2113928K09 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 6.3V X5R 1206 C217 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C218 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C219 2113743A27 Cap Cer Chip .470uF 10% 16V X7R 0805 C220 2113743A27 Cap Cer Chip .470uF 10% 16V X7R 0805 C221 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C222 2113743T19 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 16V X5R 3225 C223 2113928K09 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 6.3V X5R 1206 C224 2113928K09 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 6.3V X5R 1206 C225 2311049A97 Cap Tant Chip 33uF 20% 16V C C226 2113928K09 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 6.3V X5R 1206 C227 2113928C04 Cap Cer Chip 4.7uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0805 C228 2113743M24 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF +80/-20% 16V Y5V 0402 C229 2113928A01 Cap Cer Chip 1.0uF +80/-20% 10V Y5V 0603 C230 2113928A01 Cap Cer Chip 1.0uF +80/-20% 10V Y5V 0603 C231 2113928A01 Cap Cer Chip 1.0uF +80/-20% 10V Y5V 0603 C232 2113928A01 Cap Cer Chip 1.0uF +80/-20% 10V Y5V 0603 C233 2113928A01 Cap Cer Chip 1.0uF +80/-20% 10V Y5V 0603 C234 2113743M24 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF +80/-20% 16V Y5V 0402 C235 2113928A01 Cap Cer Chip 1.0uF +80/-20% 10V Y5V 0603 C236 2113743L17 Cap Cer Chip 1000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C237 2113743N30 Cap Cer Chip 15.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C238 2113743N30 Cap Cer Chip 15.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C239 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

Circuit Motorola Description Ref Part No. C240 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C241 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C242 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C243 2113928K09 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 6.3V X5R 1206 C244 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C245 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C246 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C247 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C248 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C249 2113928C04 Cap Cer Chip 4.7uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0805 C250 2113743M24 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF +80/-20% 16V Y5V 0402 C251 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C252 2113928K09 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 6.3V X5R 1206 C253 2113743L41 Cap Cer Chip 10000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C254 2113928A01 Cap Cer Chip 1.0uF +80/-20% 10V Y5V 0603 C255 2113928K09 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 6.3V X5R 1206 C256 Not Placed GCAM Dummy Part Number C257 Not Placed GCAM Dummy Part Number C258 2113928C04 Cap Cer Chip 4.7uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0805 C259 2113928C04 Cap Cer Chip 4.7uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0805 C260 2113928C04 Cap Cer Chip 4.7uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0805 C261 2113928C04 Cap Cer Chip 4.7uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0805 C262 2113743L03 Cap Cer Chip 270pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C263 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C264 2113743L03 Cap Cer Chip 270pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C265 Not Placed GCAM Dummy Part Number C266 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402

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Circuit Motorola Ref Part No. C267 2113743L17 C268

2113743T19

C269

2113928N01

C270

2113928N01

C271

2113928D08

C272 C273

Not Placed 2113743T19

C274

2113928N01

C275

2113743N54

C276

2113743N54

C277

2113743N54

C278

2113743N54

C279

2113743N41

C280

2113743T19

C281

2113743T19

C282

2113928K09

C283

2113928N01

C284

2113928K09

C285

2113928A01

C286

2113743L03

C287

2113743L17

C288

2113928N01

C289

2113928N01

C290

2113743L03

C291

2113928N01

C292

2113743L03

Description Cap Cer Chip 1000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 16V X5R 3225 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 10V Y5V 1206 GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 16V X5R 3225 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 43.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 16V X5R 3225 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 16V X5R 3225 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 6.3V X5R 1206 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 6.3V X5R 1206 Cap Cer Chip 1.0uF +80/-20% 10V Y5V 0603 Cap Cer Chip 270pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 1000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 270pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 Cap Cer Chip 270pF 10% 16V X7R 0402

Circuit Motorola Description Ref Part No. C293 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C294 2113743L03 Cap Cer Chip 270pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C295 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C296 2113743M24 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF +80/-20% 16V Y5V 0402 C297 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C298 2113741F47 Cap Cer Chip 8200pF 5% 50V X7R 0603 C299 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C401 Not Placed GCAM Dummy Part Number C402 2113743M24 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF +80/-20% 16V Y5V 0402 D202 4813833A19 Diode Schottky 1A 20V PWRMITE D203 4813833A19 Diode Schottky 1A 20V PWRMITE D204 4813825A19 Diode Schottky Barrier Series E200 2480675U01 0805 CHIP-3AMP E201 2409134J04 Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 E202 2409134J04 Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 E203 2409134J04 Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 E204 2409134J04 Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 E205 2480675U01 0805 CHIP-3AmP E206 2480675U01 0805 CHIP-3Amp E207 2480675U01 0805 CHIP-3Amp E208 2480675U01 0805 CHIP-3Amp E209 2480675U01 0805 CHIP-3Amp E210 2409134J04 Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 E211 2409134J04 Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 E212 2480675U01 0805 Chip-3Amp E213 2480675U01 0805 Chip-3Amp E214 2480675U01 0805 Chip-3Amp E215 2409134J04 Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 F200 6586221J04 Fuse 2.5A 16V SMD L200 2408603Y01 Idctr 4.7uH L201 2486085A02 Idctr 15uH L202 2404927K02 Idctr 47uH +/-20% Q201 5102463J80 FDC6330L Integrated Load Switch Q202 4805128M27 Sot Trans BSR33 Q204 4802245J54 UMG5N Digital Transistor R202 0662057N15 Res Chip 47k 5% 0.063W 0402 R203 0662057N15 Res Chip 47k 5% 0.063W 0402 R204 0662057N15 Res Chip 47k 5% 0.063W 0402 R205 0662057N17 Res Chip 56k 5% 0.063W 0402 R206 0662057M96 Res Chip 8200 5% 0.063W 0402

4.1 - 58

Circuit Ref R207 R208 R209 R210 R211 R212 R213 R214 R215 R217 R218 R220 R221 R225 R229 R230 R232 R235 R240 R241 R242 R243 R244 R245 R252 R254 R255 R256 R271 R272 R274 R275 R277 R278 R279 R280 R281 R284 R285 R287 R296 RT200 SH200 SH201 U200 U201 U202 U205

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

Motorola Part No. 0662057M96 0662057B20 0662057M82 0662057N11 0662057M93 0662057N11 0662057M82 0662057M82 0662057N30 0662057N13 Not Placed 0662057B05 0662057N13 0662057N13 0662057N13 0662057M96 0662057M50 Not Placed 0662057N11 0662057N05 0662057M94 0662057M74 0662057M74 0662057M90 0662057N06 0662057V30 0662057M26 0662057N06 0662057M78 0662057N13 0662057N16 0662057N14 Not Placed 0662057N06 0662057V30 0662057M98 0662057M98 0662057N13 0662057N13 0662057N23 0662057A18 0686931J01 2686114Z01 2686120Z01

Description

Res Chip 8200 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 820k 5% 0.1W 0603 Res Chip 2200 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 33k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 6200 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 33k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 2200 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 2200 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 200k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 GCAM Dummy Part Number Res Chip 200k 5% 0.1W 0603 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 8200 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 100 5% 0.063W 0402 GCAM Dummy Part Number Res Chip 33k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 18k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 6800 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1000 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 4700 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 20k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 130k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 10 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 20k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 1500 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 51k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 43k 5% 0.063W 0402 GCAM Dummy Part Number Res Chip 20k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 130k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 10k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 10k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 100k 5% 0.063W 0402 Res Chip 51 5% 0.1W 0603 Thermistor 47k Primary Shield, GCAP3 Primary Shield, Switching Regulator 5109879E83 IC BICMOS GCAP3 V2.2 179BGA 5102463J75 MAX1685 Step Down Regulator 5102463J44 Audio Amplifier TDA8547TS 5102463J82 ADP3331 Linear Voltage Regulator

Circuit Motorola Description Ref Part No. VR201 4813830C26 Diode 13V ‘H3’ MMSZ5243BT1 Y200 4809995L05 Xtal Quartz 32.768kHZ CC4V-T1 C300 2113743L41 Cap Cer Chip 10000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C301 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C302 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C303 2113743L41 Cap Cer Chip 10000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C304 2113741F45 Cap Cer Chip 6800pF 5% 50V X7R 0603 C305 2113741F49 Cap Cer Chip 10000pF 5% 50V X7R 0603 C306 2113928K09 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 6.3V X5R 1206 C307 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C308 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C309 2113928P04 Cap Cer Chip 1.0uF 20% 6.3V X5R 0603 C310 2113743N54 Cap Cer Chip 150pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C311 2113928P04 Cap Cer Chip 1.0uF 20% 6.3V X5R 0603 C312 2113928K09 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 6.3V X5R 1206 C313 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C314 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C315 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C316 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C317 2113743L41 Cap Cer Chip 10000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C318 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C319 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C320 2113743L41 Cap Cer Chip 10000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C321 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C322 2113743L41 Cap Cer Chip 10000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C323 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402

Circuit Motorola Description Ref Part No. C324 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C325 2113743L41 Cap Cer Chip 10000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C326 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C327 2113743L41 Cap Cer Chip 10000pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C328 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 C329 2113928K09 Cap Cer Chip 10.0uF 10% 6.3V X5R 1206 C330 2113743N38 Cap Cer Chip 33.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 C331 Not Placed GCAM Dummy Part Number C340 2113743L03 Cap Cer Chip 270pF 10% 16V X7R 0402 C341 2113928N01 Cap Cer Chip 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 E302 2480067M02 CHK RF Chip Bead Inductor L301 2409377M36 IND CHIP WW 220nH 5% 0603 R307 0662057N13 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 R308 0662057N13 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 R309 0662057M01 Res Chip 0 5% 0.063W 0402 R310 Not Placed GCAM Dummy Part Number R312 0662057A18 Res Chip 51 5% 0.1W 0603 R313 Not Placed GCAM Dummy Part Number R314 0662057N07 Res Chip 22k 5% 0.063W 0402 R315 0662057M94 Res Chip 6800 5% 0.063W 0402 R316 Not Placed GCAM Dummy Part Number R318 0662057M01 Res Chip 0 5% 0.063W 0402 R319 0662057M01 Res Chip 0 5% 0.063W 0402 R324 0662057N13 Res Chip 39k 5% 0.063W 0402 SH300 2686110Z01 Primary Shield, Controller SH301 2686119Z01 Primary Shield, Memories U301 5185368C99 IC 17X17 256 MAPBGA U302 5109509A43 IC 512k x 16, 1MB SRAM U303 5102476J01 Intel 64MBIT Flash GE28F640C3 U304 5109522E22 IC Sngl And Gate TC7S08FU U305 5102463J77 MC74HC1G04 NOT GATE U307 5109522E22 IC Sngl And Gate TC7S08FU U308 9185759B01 Fltr RC Network

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Troubleshooting (400 MHz)

General Troubleshooting faults in the radio require proper understanding of the different circuitry contained in the radio. Since the radio contains a highly integrated system, the software and hardware functions can not be separated easily. Thus, it is also necessary to understand the functioning of different ICs and the role of the software in the operation of the radio. This service manual includes schematic diagrams, circuit board layouts, block diagrams, and troubleshooting procedures, which help a technician to troubleshoot a malfunctioning circuit and detect a defective component. NOTE The CPS has no capability to tune the radio. Tuning the radio can only be

performed at the factory or at the appropriate Motorola Repair Centre. Components replacement can affect the radio tuning and must only be performed by the appropriate Motorola Repair Centre. The radio is tuned and tested at the factory. The results of the tuning procedures are stored in a special EEPROM. This information includes tuning and other system parameters. The area of the memory in the radio where the tuning information stored is called the “codeplug”. A radio codeplug can be read using the CPS programme.

Test Procedures This section explains the procedures required to troubleshoot a MTP700 radio. The digital tests should be performed using the GoNoGo PATS test and TETRACom SW. To use the TETRACom you must go to test mode by using the command .

Troubleshooting Flowcharts Use the following flowcharts to troubleshoot the radio. These flowcharts contain procedures using TETRACom SW application, GoNoGo PATS test and factory test modes for troubleshooting radios having digital, receiver, transmitter, or frequency generation test failures.

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Digital Analysis Test Use this test for troubleshooting the main board

After completing the setup procedure, power on the unit.

Does the power supply show current of 0.02 to 0.1A?

No

Replace the Main Board.

Yes Yes

Is the power supply current correct now?

No

Initialize RCE. Use the Digital Diagnostic SW. Check for defective REDCAP2 (U301) & GCAP3 (U200).

Refer to the Main Board DC flowchart:

Did the unit pass the initialize RCE test?

No Replace the Main Board.

Yes

A

3. Check assembly of the RC filters U100, U101, U102. 4. Check for defective Zener VR101, VR102 or VR 103.

No

Check for defective REDCAP2 (U301) & GCAP3 (U200).

Is the 32kHz clock from GCAP3 TP316 OK?

No

Refer to the DC Distribution (V3_2.775V) Test flowchart.

Yes

1. Refer to the DC Distribution (V3_2.775V) Test flowchart. 2. Check for a defective REDCAP2 (U301).

Is the power supply current OK?

Yes

Is the 16.8MHz clock from WPIC correct?

No

1. Refer to the DC Distribution (V3_2.775V) Test flowchart. 2. Refer to the RF WPIC flowchart.

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A Initialize the DSP. Use the Digital Diagnostic SW.

Did the unit pass the initialize DSP test?

No

Check for defective REDCAP2 (U301).

No

Check for defective REDCAP2 (U301).

No

Check for defective SRAM (U302) or REDCAP2 (U301).

No

The Flash (U303) or the REDCAP2 (U301) are defective.

Yes Load Setfiles to configure the chip selects.

Did the unit pass the Load Setfiles test?

Yes Test the external SRAM (U302).

Did the unit pass the 512kx16 SRAM test?

Yes Test the Flash (U303).

Did the unit pass the flash test?

Yes

B

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Digital Analysis Test (Cont.)

B

Test the DSP memory.

Did the unit pass the DSP memory test?

No

The DSP inside the REDCAP2 (U301) is defective.

Yes Note: This test will performed by TetraCom SW application. Command: .

Test the backlight by turning it on.

Did the backlight turn on?

Note: This test will be performed by TetraCom SW application. Command: ?

No

Use the diagnostic SW for 40pin connector test.

Yes

Did the diagnostic test pass?

Test the status LEDs.

Yes

Did the status LEDs turn on?

Yes

The Main Board successfully passed all tests.

No

Replace the Keypad and LCD Boards.

No

Replace the Main Board.

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DC Distribution (V3_2.775V) Test Use this test on a unit with the following symptoms: no power, no V3_2.775V, V1_3V, V2_2.775V, VREF1_2.775V, VREF2_2.775V. Note: The following are the DC power distribution voltages with their correct values and appropriate location to check the voltages: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

FUSED B+ (7.2Vdc) @ F200, C268, VR201, @ C222, C228, C250, C280, C281. FILT_3.3V (3.3Vdc) @ C282, C255, C260, C284, @ C240, C241, @ C201, C242. V1_3V (3Vdc) @ C211, @ C264, C266.. V2_2.775V (2.775Vdc) @ C210, C213, C257. V3_2.775V_DIG (2.775Vdc) @ C209, C258, C259. V3_2.775V (2.775Vdc) @ C294, C295 VREF1_2.775V (2.775Vdc) @ C285. VREF2_2.775V_DIG (2.775Vdc) @ C212, C260, C261. VREF2_2.775V (2.775Vdc) @ C262, C263. V4_2.775V_GCAP3 (2.775Vdc) @ C225, C244, C247. V4_2.775V (2.775Vdc) @ C90, C291. V4_2.775V_LNODCT (2.775Vdc) @ C340, C341. 5V_RF (5Vdc) @ C292, C293, @ C251, C223. PWM1_1.8V (1.8Vdc) @ C224, C226, C243, C248. 5.5V_RF (5.5Vdc) @ C299, C220.

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DC Distribution (V3_2.775V) Test Use this test on a unit with the following symptoms: no V3_2.775V.

Check battery contact J001 pin3 for 7.2Vdc.

Is the voltage OK?

No

Check the bench Power Supply.

Yes Check junction of F200 / VR201 for 7.2Vdc (FUSED_B+).

Is the voltage OK?

No

Check junction of F200 / VR201 for 0 (ground).

Yes No Check C240, C252 for 3.3Vdc.

Is the resistance OK?

Replace Fuse F200.

Yes

Is the voltage OK?

Yes

A

Check all FUSED_B+ circuit components. Repair as necessary.

No Check C222, C280, C281, U201 pin2 for 7.2Vdc.

Is the voltage OK?

Yes

Check C200, C254, C255, C282 for 3.3Vdc.

No

Replace E208.

Is the voltage OK?

Yes

Replace E200.

No

Check for defective components: 1. L201 for opens, 2. D203 for polarity, 3. U201. Replace components if necessary.

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DC Distribution (V3_2.775V) Test (Cont.)

A Check C209, C258, C259 for 2.775Vdc (V3_2.775V_DIG).

No Replace GCAP3(U200).

Is the voltage OK?

Yes Check C294, C295 for 2.775Vdc (V3_2.775V).

No Check E207 for opens.

Is the voltage OK?

Yes Test Check TP316 for 32kHz clock with 2.7V amplitude.

Are frequency and amplitude OK?

No Replace GCAP3 (U200).

Yes Check C256 for the Reset high (LV_DETECT).

No Is Reset high?

Yes

B

Replace GCAP3 (U200).

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DC Distribution (V3_2.775V) Test (Cont.)

B Check SPI lines Clock and Data.

Are SPI lines Clock and Data correct?

No See Digital Analysis tests.

Yes Check C210 for 2.775V (V2_2.775V).

No Is the voltage OK

Yes Refer to other DC Distribution Test flowcharts.

Replace GCAP3 (U200).

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DC Distribution (V3_2.775V/PWM1_1.8V) Test Use this test on a unit with the following symptoms: no V3_2.775V, no PWM1_1.8V.

Check C209, C258, C259 for 2.775Vdc (V3_2.775V_DIG).

No Is the voltage OK?

Refer to the DC Distribution (V3_2.775V) Test flowchart.

Yes

Check C242, C201 for 3.3Vdc (GCAP3_1).

Is the voltage OK?

No

Check L200.

Yes

Check C224, C226, C243, C248 for 1.88Vdc (PWM1_1.8V).

Is the voltage OK?

Yes

Check E302 ferrite bead at REDCAP2 (U301) for opens.

Yes

Replace L202, D202 if necessary.

No

Check for chopped voltage at junction L202 / D202.

Is the voltage OK?

No

Check D202 for polarity. If OK, replace GCAP3 (U200).

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DC Distribution (BOT_SWB+) Test Use this test on a unit with the following symptoms: no BOT_SWB+ .

Check R109 for 7.2Vdc

No Go to V3_2.775V test.

Is the voltage OK?

Yes

Check U111 pin1 for 2.775Vdc.

No Is the voltage OK?

Go to V3_2.775V test.

Yes

Check Q101 pin2 or pin3 for 7.2Vdc (IO_1).

No Is the voltage OK?

Yes

Check traces to 16pin connector.

Check for defective zener VR100. Check for defective Q101.

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DC Distribution (SWB+ 7.2V) Test Use this test on a unit with the following symptoms: no 7.2Vdc SWB+.

Check Q201 pin2 or pin3 for 7.2Vdc.

Yes Is the voltage OK?

Check traces to U205, R215, R256.

No

Check Q201 pin5 for 2.7Vdc.

No Is the voltage OK?

Check R217.

Yes

No

Yes Is the resistor OK?

Check 7.2Vdc at Q201 pin6.

Are they OK?

Go to V3_2.775V test.

Replace R217.

No

Check R229.

Yes

No

Yes Is the resistor OK?

Replace Q201.

Replace R229.

Replace Q201.

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DC Distribution (5.5V_RF) Test Use this test on a unit with the following symptoms: no 5.5V_RF.

Check 5.5V_RF on C299 for 5.5Vdc.

Yes Is the voltage OK?

Check traces to GCAP3 and Battery Interface Circuitry.

No

Check 5.5V_RF on C220 for 5.5Vdc.

Yes Is the voltage OK?

Check E212.

No

Check U205 pin2 for 7.2Vdc.

No Is the voltage OK?

Refer to the DC Distribution (SWB+) Test flowchart.

Yes

Check U205 associated components.

No Are they OK?

Yes

Replace U205.

Replace defective components.

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DC Distribution (5V_RF) Test Use this test on a unit with the following symptoms: no 5V_RF.

Check 5V_RF on C292, C293 for 5Vdc.

Yes Is the voltage OK?

Check traces to the RF sections: RFCU, RXU, TXPA, TXFE, ESCORT.

No

Check 5V_RF on C223 for 5Vdc.

Yes Is the voltage OK?

Check E206.

No

Check 5.5V_RF at C299.

Yes Is the voltage OK?

No

Go to 5.5V_RF test.

Change GCAP3 (U200).

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DC Distribution (V1_3V) Test Use this test on a unit with the following symptoms: no V1_3V.

Check C264, C266 for 3Vdc.

Yes Is the voltage OK?

Check traces to ESCORT/TXVCO section.

No

Check C211 for 3Vdc.

Yes Is the voltage OK?

Check E213.

No

Check C252 for 3.3Vdc.

Yes Is the voltage OK?

No

Go to V3_2.775V test.

Change GCAP3 (U200).

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DC Distribution (V4_2.775V) Test Use this test on a unit with the following symptoms: no V4_2.775V.

Check for 2.775Vdc on C291 (V4_2.775V) and on C340 (V4_LNODCT).

Yes Are both voltages OK?

Check traces to RFCU, RXU, TXPA; TXFE and LNODCT.

No

Check Q202 pin2 for 2.775Vdc.

Yes Is the voltage OK?

Check E205 or E214.

No

Check Q202 pin3 for 3.3Vdc (FILT_3.3V_GCAP3).

No Is the voltage OK?

Refer to the DC Distribution (V3_2.775V) Test flowchart.

Yes

Check Q202 pin1 for 3.0Vdc reference voltage (V4_DRV).

No Is the voltage OK?

Yes

Check Q202, replace if required.

Replace GCAP3 (U200).

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DC Distribution (VREF1_2.775V) Test Use this test on a unit with the following symptoms: no VREF1_2.775V.

Check C285 for 2.775Vdc.

Yes Is the voltage OK?

Check traces to U307.

No

Check C252 for 3.3Vdc.

Yes Is the voltage OK?

No

Go to V3_2.775V test.

Change GCAP3 (U200).

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DC Distribution (VREF2_2.775V) Test Use this test on a unit with the following symptoms: no VREF2_2.775V

Check C120 for 2.775Vdc (Backlight+).

Yes Is the voltage OK?

Check C263 for 2.775Vdc (VREF2_2.775V).

No

No

Yes Is the voltage OK?

Check C212 for 2.775Vdc (VREF2_2.775V_DIG).

Replace E209.

Yes Is the voltage OK?

Replace E104.

No

Check C252 for 3.3Vdc.

Yes Is the voltage OK?

No

Go to V3_2.775V test.

Change GCAP3 (U200).

Check traces to D001.

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Standby Current Troubleshooting This test should be carried out only after the successful completion of the previous tests.

Measure the radio standby current by using PATS station

Is standby current above upper current limit?

Yes

No

Is standby current below minimum current limit?

No

OK

Yes

Check if there are shorts on the board: -check if RF PA Q4001 is shorted to the ground. -check voltage regulator VR201, current switch U111, VR100, elements on FUSED_B+ and FILT_3.3V supply lines. Replace parts if faulty. Repeat the Standby Current test. Also see "GCAP" section.

Check: Radio Fuse F200, bead E208. Replace damaged parts. Repeat the Standby Current test. Also see "GCAP" section.

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Receiver Troubleshooting

Check Front Gain using a RF probe on C2503, frequency 109.65MHz.

Check second LO. -16dBmL1 timer on >Freq Rx 405.0125 >Mode RXTDM >Mode RSSI or >Mode BER Rout WPIC Baseband signal to test points >WPIC 2 0 72 NOW Activating control lines at continuous mode >WPIC 3 9 1b NOW

OK Check Main Synth. Powre level (>-5dBm) and frequency. (Fmain=Frx+109.65MHz). Repair if necessary. (See Synth. Troubleshooting)

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Escort Troubleshooting

TetraCom Commands (RFTONE mode) >test_Enter >11 timer on >freq tx 405 >main_vco on >escort 0c 1d c4 >offset_vco on >vblin 00 >pa off >ant_en off >mode rftone

Perform the following: 1. Remove the Escort shield. 2. Visually check all components and solder connections around Escort IC 3. Set the Unit to RFTONE mode using TetraCom Commands shown. 4. Probe R7003 using spectrum to check for main VCO frequency.

Is the frequency 518.90625MHz (405MHz*41/32) synthesized?

No

Perform Synthesizer Test

Yes

Is the Magnitude above -10dBm?

No

Yes Check the DC voltage on Escort IC.

Is CPBIAS pin 13 0.9Volt and FREQA pin 16 has same voltage (2.2Volt) as FREQB pin 9?

No

Change Escort IC (U7001) and perform the Escort Test again.

Yes

Perform DC supply check 1. Check V1_3V at C7001 2. Check 5V_RF at C7021

A

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Escort Troubleshooting (Cont.) A

Yes

Supply problem?

Perform Controller Test

No

Is ESC_VCO_BUF_EN on (2.775V)?

Check for shorting on ESC_VCO_BUF line and perform Controller Test

No

Yes Perform VCO Test 1. Probe at R7514 using spectrum 2. Connect external supply (1.5V to 4.5V) to L7502 3. Adjust the external supply and check the frequency range

Is frequency 380MHz to 430MHz covered?

No

Check TX VCO components for soldering problem and compare with parts list value. Check also the current drain of Q7501 and Q7502 & Q7503, which is about 10mA at R7512 and 2.6mA at R7511.

Yes

VCO is working properly. Check the buffers and feedback path to FREQB. Probe at C7031 and measure the RF power.

Does the RF power fall within 0 to -10dBm level?

No

Escort OK

Yes Check Escort IC functionality in close loop. If control voltage at L7502 is stuck at HIGH (>4V), disconnecting C7031 will make the control voltage stay at LOW (~1.25V). If control voltage stays at LOW, disconnecting C7003 will make the control voltage stay at HIGH.

Escort OK

Yes

Does Escort IC behave correctly?

No

Change Escort IC (U7001) and perform the Escort Test again.

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Closed Loop Power Test This test should be carried out only after the successful completion of the previous tests.

Tune the radio on PATS.

Is the radio close loop output power 1.8A? (average TX current?)

No

OK

Yes 1. Measure RF PA bias voltages on pin 1 of U4100 and pin 1 of U4002. 2. Measure supply voltage on pin 2 of U4002 and pin 2 of U4100.

Are supply or (and) bias voltages high?

Yes 1. Check power supplies: 2. Repeat tuning of the radio. Repeat Transmitter current consumption test.

No

Repeat Open Loop Power test and Close Loop Power test. Repeat Transmitter current consumption test.

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2nd LO Troubleshooting Perform the following: 1. Remove the 2nd_LO shield. 2. Set the Unit to continuous receive mode (Rxtdm). 3. Measure the 2nd_LO control voltage between C1512 & R1512.

Check for feedback problem. 1. Check soldering of C1544, L1541, C1543 and C1542. 2. Measure the RF power level at Pin 5 of the LMX at 219.3MHz.

Check DC supply for the VCO: 1. Check for 2.45V on L1522, R1524 and C1527. 2. Check for TETRA_2nd_LO_En on Q1531.

No

No

Does the VCO have its DC Supply?

Is the control voltage between 0.5 and 4.5Vdc?

Check DC Block

Yes Yes Check DC supply for the LMX. 1. Check for 5V_RF on C1501, C1504. 2. Check 2.775V_WPIC on C1502.

Measure the RF power at C1544 at 219.3 MHz.

Is the power level -10dBm ±1dB and stable on frequency?

No

No

Check Q1521, R1524 for soldering problems and for the right values. (compare with BOM)

Does the LMX have its DC Supply?

Yes Yes

Perform VCO_ONLY TEST 1. Connect at external 0.5 to 4.5V power supply to R1512. 2. Measure the RF freq at C1544. 3. Adjust the external supply voltage until the frequency is 219.3 MHz.

The 2nd_LO VCO/Synthesizer is O.K.

Check all VCO components around Q1521 for soldering problems and compare with BOM values.

No

Can the frequency be set to 219.3MHz? Yes

The VCO is working properly. The problem is with the LMX. Replace the LMX.

Check DC Block

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Synthesizer & VCO Troubleshooting Use this test on a unit with the following symptom: no Tx or Rx.

TetraCom Commands Using a 50-ohm probe on the spectrum analyzer, check the LO output at the buffer output at C3024 & C3025.

> 11 timer on > freq rx 405 > mode rssi > main_vco on > 11 timer off

NO

YES

Is the buffer output between -3 and 0dBm?

NO Check the VCO output at base Q3003, is the freq 514.65MHz?

Is the frequency at 514.65MHz?

Test the VCO control voltage at C3002. The typical range is 0.2 to 4.9V.

YES

NO

Check for opens, shorts, or missing components in the buffer circuits. Also check for 2.45Vdc on E3001.

Is the control voltage railed to 4.9V YES

YES

The unit tested successfully

NO

Note: This is the abnormal condition.

Possible prescaler feedback problem: 1. Check soldering of C3022. 2. Probe to determine if LO is reaching the prescaler input.

A

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Synthesizer & VCO Troubleshooting (Cont.)

A

Possible VCO problem. Check for opens or shorts in the VCO circuit.

Whether the problem found and fixed?

Check for the following: 2.45Vdc on R3006. Confirm that the resonator tab is properly soldered. Confirm that the Varicap is in the right direction.

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Check Loop filter: Check for opens or shorts.

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Unit testing is complete.

Whether the problem found and fixed?

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Check buffer: Check for opens or shorts.

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Unit testing is complete.

Whether the problem found and fixed?

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Unit testing is complete.

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CHAPTER 4.2

TRANSCEIVER 800 MHz General This section provides a block diagram overview of the main Digital/RF Board. This is supplemented by the detailed block diagram and detailed circuit description.

Block Diagram Overview The main Digital/RF Block contains the following four sections (see Figure 4.2-1). An overview of these four sections is provided in the following paragraphs: • • • •

Receiver Section Transmitter Section Frequency Generating Section (Synthesizer) Digital & Audio Section

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Antenna

DC Block

Battery

Antenna Switch

Main Board Transmitter

Digital Block

Synthesizer

Receiver

Audio

LCD

KeyPad

Figure 4.2-1 General Block Diagram

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Receiver Section The receiver section includes the following main components: • • • • • • • • •

Antenna Switch Limiter Front Filter (First Pre-selector) Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) Second Pre-selector Mixer IF Filter Balun WPIC

The Receiver Path implements an Automatic Gain Control (AGC). It is required to maintain good receiver linearity over a wide range of incoming signals and prevents clipping of high level signals. The First Intermediate frequency (IF) circuit consists of the Mixer, IF Filter, and WPIC. The First IF is down converted to baseband using an analog mixer (high-side injection) located in the WPIC. An external second LO synthesizer IC is used to generate the required 219.3 MHz signal, which is further divided by two to 109.65 MHz before being applied to the mixer. The WPIC performs the following functions: • • • • • •

Carries out amplification and quadrature down conversion of the signal into baseband. Synthesizes the second VCO frequency. Performs IF AGC. Converts the baseband analog signal into digital I & Q formats. Synthesizes the receive and transmit data (ie Sigma-Delta) clock. Transmits the received data to the DSP.

Transmitter Section The transmitter circuitry includes a linear class AB Power Amplifier (PA) for the linear modulation of the MTP700. It also includes a cartesian feedback loop to enhance its transmitter linearity and reduced splattering power into adjacent channels. The transmitter path consists of a forward path and a cartesian feedback loop. The forward path includes the LNODCT (Low Noise Offset Direct Conversion Transmitter) ASIC, Balun, Attenuator, and Power Amplifier. The loop feedback path includes the directional coupler, attenuator and LNODCT. The linearized power from the PA goes through the isolator which provides the isolation between the antenna and the PA. The signal then passes through the antenna switch and a lowpass Harmonic Filter to provide additional filtering to remove far out unwanted signals.

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Frequency Generating Section The frequency generating section contains the following components: • • • •

TCXO REF. Oscillator. Main Synthesizer - consists of the WPIC's PLL and the Main Voltage Controlled Oscillator (VCO). 2nd Local Oscillator (LO) VCO together with the LMX Dual Synthesizer. Transmit PLL - consists of TX VCO together with ESCORT Synthesizer IC.

TCXO Reference Oscillator All frequencies originate from the REF. oscillator -TCXO. This is a digital temperature compensated crystal oscillator producing an accurate and stable 16.8 MHz reference frequency. The 16.8 MHz reference frequency is divided in the WPIC and in the Dual Synthesizer to produce required reference frequency for the other synthesizers. The 16.8 MHz reference is also routed to GCAP3 to clock the digital circuits. Main Synthesizer The Main Synthesizer consists of the WPIC internal PLL modules, and Main VCO on board. It produces the LO signal to down-convert the receive signal to the first IF 109.65 MHz frequency and provides the transmit injection frequency for the ESCORT IC. RX Second Local Oscillator (LO) The second LO synthesizer supplies the second IF local oscillator frequency to the receiver. It produces 219.3 MHz that is divided by two in the WPIC in order to down-convert the received signal to the baseband. Transmit PLL The transmit PLL consists of the ESCORT IC and transmit VCO. The ESCORT IC receives the reference signal from the main synthesizer. The ESCORT IC which is another PLL together with the transmit VCO does the synthesis of the required transmitter signal.

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Digital & Audio Section The digital section includes the RedCap2 host micro-processor which is the controller of the Digital/RF Board. It controls the operation of the audio and transmitter, receiver, and synthesizer integrated circuits located in the RF section. It has the serial communication interface to communicate with the keypad, display and other internal peripherals. For audio, the RedCap2 contains a Digital Signal Processor (DSP) which performs modulation and de-modulation functions for the radio. It also performs ACELP speech coding and Forward Error Correction. Major components of the digital section are: • • • • • • •

RedCap2 (microprocessor with DSP embedded) GCAP3 (DC power supply and audio amplifier circuits) Serial peripheral interface (SPI) External host memories (Flash and SRAM) Keypad block & circuits LCD (liquid-crystal display) circuits. Bottom connector & side connector interface circuits

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Block Diagrams Description The block diagrams description cover Receiver Path, Transmitter Path, Frequency Generation Section and Digital Section.

Receiver Path The received signal (see Figure 4.2-2) from the antenna is directed by the Antenna Switch to the Front End Filter From TETRA Main VCO Integrated LNA Gain=15dB I=7.5 mA

TETRA AntSW IL=0.7dB

SAW Filter IL=2dB

Mixer CG=3.0dB I=5.0mA LO Level= -2 to -4 dBm

XTAL IF Filter

Balun SAW Filter IL=2dB

From GP05 WPIC

From GP06 WPIC

Limiter

109.65MHz IL=2.5dB

From TETRA TX

From VCNTO pin of WPIC

WPIC I=13mA Baseband Filter

SSI A/D

GP06

Redcap2 (DSP)

GP05 Divide by 2

From 2nd LO

Figure 4.2-2 Receive Path - Block Diagram

The Front End Filter, which defines the receive frequency range, blocks the half IF and image frequency entry, and reduces the RF oscillator leakage. The signal is mixed with the local oscillator (high-side) to create the first IF at 109.65 MHz. The signal is filtered by the crystal filter and sent to the WPIC ASIC. The WPIC performs down conversion to baseband frequency (0 Hz) and converts the baseband analog signals into digital-in-phase (I) and quadrature (Q) formats. This data is sent for further processing to the Digital Signal Processor (DSP) (part of RedCap2) over the Synchronous Serial Interface (SSI) data links. The DSP performs: the demodulation, Forward Error Correction (FEC) and other correction algorithms for overcoming channel errors, and decoder procedure for digital speech data decompression.

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Transmitter Path When the radio is transmitting (see Figure 4.2-3), the microphone audio is sent to the GCAP3 (CODEC). The CODEC performs 13-bit analog-to-digital conversion and the digital signal is routed to the DSP (part of RedCap2). The DSP performs coding, Error Correction and modulation. From the DSP, the signal is sent to the WPIC.

From Tx PLL

-3dB

32dB 0dB

WPIC

LNODCT

Balun-Filter

Attenuator

-0.8dB -0.2dB

RF PA

Antenna Switch

Harmonic Filter

Power at Antenna:30dBm + 2dB -6dB Attenuator REDCAP2

GCAP

Figure 3 Transmit Path Block Diagram

Mic

Figure 4.2-3 Transmit Path - Block Diagram

In the WPIC, the digital baseband I & Q signals are converted into corresponding analog signals. These signals are also filtered. From the WPIC, I & Q signals are injected to the LNODCT. In the LNODCT the data is mixed with RF signal. From the differential output of the LNODCT the modulated RF signal is injected to the Balun-Filter, that transforms the differential input into single output, and then it is routed to the antenna via the Antenna Switch. The feedback signal is used for power control.

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Frequency Generating Section The frequency generating section contains the following components (see Figure 4.2-4): • •

TCXO REF. Oscillator. Main Synthesizer - consists of the WPIC’s PLL and the Main Voltage Controlled Oscillator (VCO). 2nd Local Oscillator (LO) VCO together with the LMX Dual Synthesizer IC. Transmit PLL - consists of TX VCO together with ESCORT Synthesizer IC.

• •

Dual Synthesizer (U730) RF Section

Second LO 219.3MHz DOIF

SPIA-Bus 300KHz Divider

OSC_IN

LPF OSC

FINIF2

Main Synthesizer Reference Oscillator - TCXO

LOIN

XTALBASE

Main VCO

CPGITR

To RX Mixer 915.65 – 979.65 MHz

Buffer LPF

WPIC

OSC Buffer

SPIA-Bus

PRSCIN To ESCORT 906.75 – 978.75 MHz

TX Synthesizer FREQA TX VCO IUP

ESCORT

I/VCONVERTER

Buffer

To TX-LO Line-up 806 – 870 MHz

LPF SPIA-Bus

36/32

IDOWN

OSC

FREQB Buffer

Figure 4.2-4 Frequency Generation - Block Diagram

TCXO Reference Oscillator All frequencies originate from the REF. oscillator - TCXO. This is a digital temperature compensated crystal oscillator producing an accurate and stable 16.8 MHz reference frequency. The 16.8 MHz reference frequency is divided in the WPIC and in the Dual Synthesizer to produce required reference frequency for the other synthesizers. The 16.8 MHz reference is also routed to GCAP3 to clock the digital circuits.

Main Synthesizer The Main Synthesizer consists of the WPIC internal PLL modules and an external, discrete Main VCO on board. It produces the LO signal to down-convert the receive signal to the first IF 109.65 MHz frequency and provides the transmit injection frequency for the ESCORT IC.

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RX Second Local Oscillator (LO) The second LO synthesizer supplies the second IF local oscillator frequency to the receiver. It produces 219.3 MHz that is divided by two in the WPIC in order to down-convert the received signal to the baseband.

Transmit PLL The transmit PLL consists of the ESCORT IC and transmit VCO. The ESCORT IC receives the reference signal from the main synthesizer. The ESCORT IC which is another PLL together with the transmit VCO does the synthesis of the required transmitter signal.

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Digital & Audio Section The digital section (see Figure 4.2-5) contains the radio's RedCap2 RISC processor, DSP (embedded within), external memories and GCAP3. The DSP has its own processing memory. GCAP3 contains switching and linear regulators, audio preamplifiers, 13-bit CODEC, A/D and D/A Converters, and interfaces with an external Audio Amplifier for receive audio. RedCap2 controls the receive/transmit frequencies, power levels, display, keypad, accessories, MMI, and other radio functions. This microprocessor can be operated through the RS232 interface by a personal computer to program the Flash memory with firmware and codeplug. The DSP performs the functions of audio filtering, ACELP speech coding, Forward Error Correction and digital modulation. The GCAP3's CODEC handles the analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversions on audio signals. The power distribution is supported by the Global Control Audio Power (GCAP3) IC. This IC supplies power to the radio using step-down PWM regulator supplying 1.875 VDC to the RedCap2 core, supplying V3 linear regulator 2.775VDC to the external memories, display and RedCap2 peripheral modules, supplying V2 to GCAP3 internal logic, internal audio amplifier and A/D converter. The regulator's power-down mode is controlled by the RedCap2, which senses the ON or OFF condition.

SIDE_OPT_SEL1 (from 24-pin connector) SIDE_OPT_SEL2 (from 24-pin connector)

TETRA TXE RF Section

Display

BBP 40-pin Connector

SPIA REDCAP2

INT_SPKR

Keypad

SIDE_OPT_SEL3 (from 24-pin connector)

EXT_SPKR

Radio Off

Audio PA

INT_EAR

FLASH 4M x 16 bit

SPIB Vibrator Side Data

GCAP3 24-pin Connector

SRAM 512k x 16 bit

Reset

OPT SEL

REDCAP2 JTAG 16-pin Connector

Buffer EXT_MIC USB/RS232 SIDE_SWB+

REDCAP2 BOT_SWB+

On/Off Vol knob

ON3 Headset/Keyfail INT_MIC

Figure 4.2-5 Digital Section - Block Diagram

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Detailed Circuit Description

Receiver Path, Detailed Circuit Description See Figure 4.2-6

From TETRA Main VCO Integrated LNA Gain=15dB I=7.5 mA

TETRA AntSW IL=0.7dB

SAW Filter IL=2dB

Mixer CG=3.0dB I=5.0mA LO Level= -2 to -4 dBm

XTAL IF Filter

Balun SAW Filter IL=2dB

From GP05 WPIC

From GP06 WPIC

Limiter

109.65MHz IL=2.5dB

From TETRA TX

From VCNTO pin of WPIC

WPIC I=13mA Baseband Filter

SSI A/D

GP06

Redcap2 (DSP)

GP05 Divide by 2

From 2nd LO

Figure 4.2-6 Receive Path Circuit Diagram

Antenna Switch The signal coming from the antenna is routed to the receiver section via the harmonic filter, which is comprised of C943, L912 and C944. The signal continues to flow through L915 and C940, to the Rx section, toward limiter diode D500. The attenuation of wanted signal is typically 0.7dB.

Limiter The limiter (D500) function is to limit the signal levels of signal with power higher than 5dBm, which may damage the receiver front-end. L500 resonates out the diode stray capacitance.

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Front Filter (First Pre-selector) The signal arriving from the limiter is routed through the front SAW filter (FL500) into the Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) (U500) via a matching network C500, L501 and C501. The front filter is also called the 1st pre-selector and is used to attenuate the incoming parasitic RF frequencies, especially the image frequency. The Insertion Loss (IL) is typically 2dB.

Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) The LNA (U500) amplifies the RF signal. The LNA gain including output matching circuit, L502, R502 and C514, is typically 15dB. Because the LNA is the first amplifier in the line, it is important that it will maintain large gain and small Noise Figure. The LNA has an “enable” pin (pin 3) which is called VPD. When this pin receives a supply of 2.7 V from DC switch (Q500), the amplifier is enabled (controlled by GP05_DCLICP from WPIC). The LNA current is controlled by R500. Resistor R502 ensures the amplifier is stable through out its operating range. From the LNA the signal passes to second preselector, SAW filter (FL501).

Second Pre-selector The 2nd Pre-selector (FL501) is another SAW filter which attenuates the non-linear products of the LNA and also the image product. Its IL is typically 2dB. From the output of the 2nd SAW filter the received signal is routed to the Mixer RF input via a LC match.

Mixer The Mixer (U502) function is to down convert the incoming RF signal into IF signal (109.65 MHz). The mixer IC consists of a mixer and LO injection buffer. The RF signal enters the Mixer at pin 4, and the IF is produced at pin 6. The LO (from the main VCO) signal passes via low pass filter FL503 and R514 into the IC at pin 3. The LO power is boosted internally by the mixer IC’s injection amplifier before being applied to the mixer. The LO buffer output choke, L513, is used to resonate out the chip internal capacitance, allowing a high injection signal into the mixer. The mixer IF current is partly controlled by R511 and R510. R511 controls the mixer gain while C528 provides RF bypass. The LO power at the LO mixer input is -2dBm to -4dBm. The 2.7V DC is supplied by switch Q501 (controlled by GP06_DCLICIN from WPIC). The mixer conversion gain is about 3dB. An impedance matching net is placed between the mixer and the IF filter (FL502). It consists of L514, C534, C535, C537, L509, R516 and C538.

IF Filter The IF signal is routed via the IF filter (FL502), which has IL of 2.5dB and attenuates parasitic products of the mixer. It is connected via an impedance matching network that consists of C539, C540 and L510 to the Balun.

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Balun The Balun transforms the single ended input RF signal to a differential double-ended output. It consists of L507, C523, C522 and L508. The differential signal is routed to the WPIC (World Phone IC) at pins A4 and B4 (PREINI and PREINIB) via C651 and C652.

WPIC (Receiver Back End Section) The differential IF signal is amplified and converted down to baseband signal inside the WPIC (World Phone IC) by the 2nd LO signal. The 2nd LO signal is routed to the WPIC at pin D1 and divided by two into the quadrature generator block of the WPIC. The baseband signal from the mixer passes to an amplifier baseband filter array. The amplified and filtered signal is passed to the WPIC A/D converter. This A/D converter digitises the analog differential signal as I and Q components. The I and Q components appears as serial data on the WPIC_SRD line whenever the RX_ACQ line is high. The WPIC_SRD data is clocked into the DSP baseband port using a clock signal (WPIC_TXCLK) from WPIC. The DSP performs the functions of digital de-modulation. The WPIC is controlled via SPIA_MOSI, SPIA_CLK and SPIA_CS0_WPIC from RedCap2. An internal AGC that is controlled by a control unit, establishes an appropriate attenuation for unwanted signals as well as an appropriate gain for wanted signals. The voltage at external capacitor C612 indicates the AGC attenuation level for the different input signal levels. The voltage at the capacitor varies from 1.3V to 2V as a function of the power of the received signal.

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Transmitter Path, Detailed Circuit Description See Figure 4.2-7

3db power splitter

ESCORT

Phase splitter

2.775V ANT_EN (from RedCap2) VCNTO (from WPIC) Ld mos dri ver

0 dBm 3 dBm

MVCO I Q

Baluns Filter

Ld mos PA

Antenn a Switch

Isolat or 31.9 dBm

Att

30 dBm

0 dB

31.7 dBm

Low pass har monic filter

Coup ler LNODCT

Matc h

Baseba nd I

Baseba nd Q

To Rx port

Att 6db

2.775V WPIC+ DC amp

0 ohm

REDCAP2 100k E-pot

Figure 4.2-7 Transmit Path - Circuit Diagram

Forward Path WPIC The WPIC (World Phone IC) U601 receives serial data that is transmitted by the RedCap2 at a 48 ksps (kilosamples/second) rate to the SSI port (pin K10, WPIC_STD). Data is transmitted as a 16-bit ‘I’ word followed by a 16-bit ‘Q’ word. The WPIC provides a serial clock of 4.8MHz to the RedCap2 (pin K11, WPIC_TXCLK) and sends a frame sync signal (pin L11, WPIC_FSYNC) at the beginning of every ‘I’ word transmission to instruct the RedCap2 to send data. In the WPIC, the received serial I & Q words from the RedCap2 are converted into parallel I & Q words, and transferred to an interpolating filter. The interpolating filter increases the sampling rate to reduce in-band quantization noise, as well as to reduce image at multiples of the input data. The interpolated samples are rounded to 8 bits, and run through the 8-bit D/A converters. The D/A converters take the digital I & Q words and convert them into analog signals, which are then filtered and amplified. The output is comprised of two separate low-level differential signals, I & Q (pins A8, OUTQ; C8, OUTQB; D8, OUTI; A9, OUTIB). A differential output is used to minimize the noise pick-up, due to its inherent common mode rejection. The output signals are routed to the LNODCT IC where the transmitting loop is closed.

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The WPIC sends a 2.4MHz low-level differential reference clock signal (pins B11, TCLK; C10, TCLKB) to the LNODCT. It also sends a differential signal (pins A11, TSLOT; A10, TSLOTB) that marks the beginning and the end of each transmission time slot (whenever pin 8, WPIC_TXE signal is received from the RedCap2). After receiving the TSLOT signal, the LNOCDT toggles the ASW line (pin J5) which signals the WPIC to set VCNTO signal LOW (pin J6) which enables the Antenna Switch during transmit time. TX LO Line-Up The TX LO line-up includes the ESCORT IC which generates a signal of frequency equal to the transmit frequency. The signal level is about +7dBm. This is then split thru a 3dB power splitter consisting of R457, R458 and R459. One output of the power splitter U801 (MVCO signal) goes into the LO input of the LNODCT downconverter. This signal downconverts the RF feedback input signal to baseband. The other output of the power splitter (MVCO_PS signal) goes into the phase splitter which generates I and Q signals for the upconverter in the LNODCT. These signals upconvert the baseband signal into RF frequency. LNODCT The LNODCT (Low Noise Offset Direct Conversion Transmitter) U803 is the heart of the transmitter. The differential baseband signals from the WPIC are inputted into the LNODCT on pins 58 – 61 (BINQB, BINQ, BINIB and BINI). They pass through a variable attenuator and then they are summed with the down converted I & Q feedback. The baseband signal is then amplified and sent to the up-mixer. The up-mixer consists of two mixers, one for the I channel and the other for the Q channel. The split I & Q LO signal is mixed with the baseband I & Q signals to produce an I and Q modulated signals at RF frequency. The signal is then output differentially on pins 51 and 52 (RFOUTB, RFOUT). Balun - Filter The differential RF signal is converted to a single-ended (unbalanced) signal by passing the Balun-Filter T800 (balanced-unbalanced filter). The Balun-Filter has a 200 Ohm input and 50 Ohm single-ended output. The Balun-Filter output voltage amplitude is two times higher than the differential voltages amplitudes. Thus the LNODCT output signal is increased by 6dB when compared to each of the differential signals. The insertion loss of the Balun-Filter is 3dB. Resistors R921 - R923 form an attenuator to compensate for changes in the foward path RF PA gain stages. RF Power Amplifier The signal is routed through DC coupling capacitor C901 to the RF power amplifier (PA). The PA consists of 2 devices, namely U800 driver and Q800 final PA. U800 is a 2-stage IC that is capable of amplifying the signal to about 24dBm level. The capacitors and inductors between U800 output and Q800 input form a high pass - low pass matching network. Q800 output is then matched to the 50 ohms input of the isolator thru a low pass pi matching stage using microstrips.

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The U800 amplifier gain is set in the factory using the VBLIN signal (from WPIC). The VBLIN voltage is amplified via a DC amplifier U907. Output voltage from U907 sets the quiescent current, and hence the gain of the LDMOS driver IC. The gain of the final stage PA is set in the factory through serial SPI commands (from RedCap2) to the E-pot. The output of the E-pot is dependent on the resistance divider ratio internal to it. During transmission, the 2.775V supply to the E-pot is enabled using PA Bias line signal (from RedCap2). When this line signal goes to 2.775V (HIGH), the voltage to bias the final stage device is enable. Coupler and Feedback Path A coupler U806 exists at the RF PA output, it is used to pass the signal to Isolator FL801 and sample the signal thus providing the necessary feedback for the linearization and feedback correction. The sampled signal is routed via attenuator R913, R914, R915 to the LNODCT (pin 37, RFIN). The feedback signal is then mixed down to baseband in a quadrature down mixer, amplified and summed with the baseband input signal. The loop is closed. Isolator The signal in the forward path is fed to pin 1 of the isolator (FL801). The isolator is placed at the PA output to decrease the influence of the antenna impedance variation on the PA performance. The reflected power returned from the antenna, is absorbed in a 50 Ohms resistor inside the isolator. The isolator also protects the Cartesian loop from sudden VSWR variations that could lead to loop instability. Antenna Switch The RF signal from the Isolator is applied to PIN diodes D901 and D903. The PIN diodes are turned on during the transmission time slot, and the DC current flows through the Isolator to the ground. The RF signal is routed thru the harmonic filter (C943, L912 and C944) to the antenna. In the Receiving mode the PIN diodes are turned off, the input RF signal is directed to the receiver path via λ/4 LC equivalent circuit (C943, L915 and C938). The condition of the PIN diodes is controlled by the voltage switch Q806 by applying the ANT_EN signal (from RedCap2) to the switch. The resistor R911 determines the DC current through PIN diodes. Pin diodes D802 and D803 provide the additional capacitance so as to improve isolation to receiver path during transmission mode. Capacitors C939 and C931 compensate the parasitic inductance of D802 and D803 respectively. The VCNTO signal applied to the voltage switch Q806 is set LOW during the Receiving and Transmission modes. The RF output signal is disabled during the CLCH (Training) mode by setting the VCNTO signal HIGH thus providing the low output power during the training slot. Harmonic Filter From the antenna switch the signal is routed to a one section of LC filter, consisting of the coil L912 and capacitors C943 and C944. The filter is required to attenuate the harmonics of the amplifying stages at the transmission path, and the Local Oscillator leakage at the receiver path. Resistor R809 is added to provide a discharge path for any static electricity buildup at the antenna.

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Frequency Generating Section, Detailed Circuit Description See Figure 4.2-8 This section describes the generating circuits that supply all the required frequencies for the required transmitter and receiver functions. These circuits are described as follows: • • • •

TCXO REF. Oscillator. Main VCO and Main Synthesizer. Second LO VCO and Dual Synthesizer RF section. Transmit PLL - TX VCO with the ESCORT Synthesizer IC. Dual Synthesizer (U730) RF Section

Second LO 219.3MHz DOIF

SPIA-Bus 300KHz Divider

LPF

OSC_IN

OSC

FINIF2

Main Synthesizer Reference Oscillator - TCXO

LOIN

XTALBASE

Main VCO

CPGITR

To RX Mixer 915.65 – 979.65 MHz

Buffer LPF

WPIC

OSC Buffer

SPIA-Bus

PRSCIN To ESCORT 906.75 – 978.75 MHz

TX Synthesizer FREQA TX VCO IUP

ESCORT

I/VCONVERTER

Buffer

To TX-LO Line-up 806 – 870 MHz

LPF SPIA-Bus

36/32

IDOWN

OSC

FREQB Buffer

Figure 4.2-8 Frequency Generation Section - Block Diagram

TCXO Reference Oscillator The TCXO is the reference frequency source for all the radio synthesizers. The output of the oscillator is a 16.8 MHz stable temperature compensated reference clock. This oscillator’s centre frequency is adjustable by means of a PWM DAC (256 steps) to warp the radio frequency in order to lock to the base station. This 16.8 MHz signal is present at pin 3 of the TCXO, and is routed into the following devices: 1. To WPIC’s K6 XTALBASE pin. The signal is divided by 2 to produce the 8.4 MHz reference signal, which is used for the Main PLL synthesizer. 2. To LMX Dual Synthesizer’s OSC_IN pin via C731. The signal is divided to produce the 300 KHz reference signal for the second LO. The reference signal is also routed from WPIC’s pin F10 (16.8_MHz_CLK) to GCAP3 (and subsequently to RedCap2) to clock the digital circuits.

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Main VCO and Main Synthesizer The main synthesizer components are WPIC, Loop Filter, VCO and buffer. It produces the LO signal. The main synthesizer functions are as follows: • • •

To serve as the local oscillator for the mixer of the receiver. It is used to down-mix the RF frequency to 1st IF (109.65 MHz). To provide reference for the transmit frequency PLL To serve as the WPIC feedback signal for locking the main synthesizer.

The WPIC is programmed by the DSP through the SPI bus. The VCO (Q700 and associated circuitry) generates the LO signal which is fedback to the synthesizer (inside the WPIC) through the PRSCIN. The TCXO provides the 16.8MHz reference frequency. The synthesizer then generates the VCTRL tuning voltage through WPIC’s CPGITR pin to control the VCO frequency. The Loop FIlter (LPF) consists of C641, R624, R623, which filters noise in the tuning voltage. The Q702 and Q459 buffers prevent loading and interference to the next stage - ie RX Mixer and ESCORT respectively.

LMX - Dual Synthesizer The U730 (LMX233XL) is an integrated dual frequency synthesizer that includes prescalers. It is used with the second LO VCO at the RF section. The LMX uses the 16.8 MHz from the TCXO for the synthesizers and divides the TCXO frequency into 300 kHz reference frequency for the 2nd LO.

Second LO VCO The Second LO VCO is a discrete VCO (Q730) that is controlled by the LMX Dual Synthesizer IC (U730). The VCO produces a frequency of 219.3 MHz, that routes into WPIC’s pin D1 (LOIN). This signal is further divided by two before being applied to the second mixer in the WPIC. The output signal of the VCO is also routed via the phase detector of Dual Synthesizer, pin 18 (FINIF2). The internal phase detector is of the charged pump type. The output of the phase detector is present at Dual Synthesizer pin 20 (DOIF). This signal is directed to loop filter R733, C738 and C739 and to tuning diode D730 of the tank circuit.

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Transmit PLL The TX VCO (Q463) is a discrete VCO that is controlled by the ESCORT IC U460. The VCO produces the TX frequency signals in the frequency band 806-870MHz. A discrete coil (resonator) Y460 and shunt capacitors are used as a tank circuit for VCO. The Colpitts Oscillator was adopted to ensure excellent performance in noise behavior and signal level stability throughout the whole band. Cascade amplifier is used as buffer to minimize the impact of load pull on the VCO frequency. The synthesizer IC is the ESCORT IC employing NUD (near-unity-divider) technique to provide fast lock-in to TX frequency using a high reference frequency. The Main synthesizer is used as reference frequency source. The signal frequency of the Main VCO is divided by 36/32 (NUD) and compared with the TX VCO frequency in the fast phase comparator of the ESCORT. The comparator output signals IUP and IDOWN are then controlling the current mirror Q460 to supply the right tuning voltage to tuning diode D460 via loop filter R464, C472 and C473. ESCORT IC is controlled by RedCap2 via SPIA_CLK, SPIA_MOSI and SPIA_CS1_ESCORT.

Digital & Audio Section, Detailed Circuit Description See Figure 4.2-9

SIDE_OPT_SEL1 (from 24-pin connector) SIDE_OPT_SEL2 (from 24-pin connector)

TETRA TXE RF Section

Display

BBP 40-pin Connector

SPIA REDCAP2

INT_SPKR

Keypad

SIDE_OPT_SEL3 (from 24-pin connector)

EXT_SPKR

Radio Off

Audio PA

INT_EAR

FLASH 4M x 16 bit

SPIB Vibrator Side Data

GCAP3 24-pin Connector

SRAM 512k x 16 bit

Reset

OPT SEL

REDCAP2 JTAG 16-pin Connector

Buffer EXT_MIC USB/RS232 SIDE_SWB+

REDCAP2 BOT_SWB+

On/Off Vol knob

ON3 Headset/Keyfail INT_MIC

Figure 4.2-9 Digital Section - Detailed Circuit Diagram

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RedCap2 (Microprocessor & DSP)

Encryption Accelerator DSP_IRQ STDB SRDB SFSB(2) SCKB(2)

STDA SRDA SFSA(2)

DSP Peripheral DMA

PRAM 40Kx24 Baseband CODEC Serial Port BBP

YROM 0Kx16 XYA(16) YRAM 15Kx16

Counter

XYRW,XYSEL,XYSTB

DSP Core

Audio CODEC Serial Port SAP

XYD(16)/TXA/RXA/GI XROM 0Kx16

Viterbi Accelerator

DSP Timer

SCKA(2)

PROM 2Kx24

BRM

MCU/DSP Interface MDI

ADRS(22) DATA(16)

XRAM 12Kx16 Shared X/VIAC RAM 2Kx16 Shared X/MCU RAM 2Kx16

R/W

MOSIB MISOB QSCKB SPICSB(5) MOSIA MISOA QSCKA SPICSA(5)

ROM 4Kx32

External Inteface Module

QSPIB

Clocks/PLL

CKIH,CKIL CKOH,CKO

MCU Debug

DEBUG(6)

Layer 1 Timer

TOUT(16)

RAM 512x32

MCU Int. Ctl

OE EB0,EB1 CS(6) MOD INT(6) INT6/DSRA/ STDA/TRST INT7/DTRA/SCLK/ SRDA/TMS

MCU Core

JTAG/OnCE QSPIA

PIG Peripheral I/F Gasket

UARTB

SIM

RST_OUT RST_IN COLUMN(5) ROW(5)

Reset

GPReg UARTA

Keypad Interface GPIO

MCU Timers/ PWM/PIT/ Watchdog

M U X

DSP_DE JTAG(5) MCU_DE TEST RTSB CTSB TXB RXB MUX_CTL RTSA/IC2A/ RESET_IN CTSA/MCU_DE TXA/TDO RXA/IC1/TDI

COLUMN5/GPIO ROW5/IC2B/GPIO COLUMN6/OC1 COLUMN7/PWM ROW6/DCDA/SC2A/DSP_DE ROW7/RIA/ISCKA//TCK

Figure 4.2-10 RedCap2 Block Diagram

Figure 4.2-10 is a block diagram of the RedCap2 and its interfaces. The RedCap2 RISC processor controls the operation of the transmitter, receiver, synthesizer and audio (GCAP3) integrated circuits. It uses the Flash memory and SRAM, both located externally. RedCap2 employs SPI protocol (Serial Peripheral Interface) to communicate with the RF ICs, display, keypad and other internal peripherals. The processor can be operated through the RS232 interface by a personal computer to program the Flash memory with firmware and codeplug. Within the RedCap2 is the Digital Signal Processor (DSP) which performs modulation and de-modulation functions for the radio. It also performs ACELP speech coding and Forward Error Correction.

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External Host Memories The RedCap2 Address bus is a 22-bit wide (0:21) and RedCap2 Data Bus is a 16-bit wide (0:15). RedCap2 uses two types of memories: Flash Memory The Flash memory is dedicated to the application software. This memory has a 16-bit wide data bus. The Flash memory is 4 Mega x 16-bit (ie 64 MBits density). When addressing the Flash memory location, the processor reads into its 16-bit wide data bus. Apart from storing radio firmware, the Flash also stores the Radio CodePlug (Customer related information) such as telephone numbers, addresses, etc. SRAM Memory This 512k x 16-bit Static RAM is used for Data storage.

Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) The RedCap2 uses the SPI protocol (Serial Peripheral Interface) to communicate with RF IC's (WPIC, ODCT, ESCORT), GCAP3 IC and the display driver. The protocol is built upon 4 lines [MOSI(Tx), MISO(Rx), CS, CLK)]. The RF IC's are connected to SPIA module, while GCAP3 and the display are connected via SPIB module. The Display Module, based on the display driver (i.e. Samsung KS0741) uses a serial interface.

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GCAP3 The Global Control Audio Power (GCAP3) IC handles DC power distribution and audio processing (ie audio amplification and analog-to-digital/digital-to-analog conversions). It contains switching and linear regulators, audio preamplifiers, 13-bit CODEC, 14-channel 10-bit A/D Converter, 8-bit D/A Converter and interfaces with an external Audio Amplifier for receive audio.

DC Power Distribution See Figure 4.2-11 RF PA, TX PRE-DRIVER RAW_B+_RF MOS_SW

SIDE_CONN_SW_B+

MOS_SW

BOTT_CONN_SW_B+

FUSED_B+

AUDIO PA

GCAP 3 PWM1_1.8V

PWM 1 3.3V SW REG.

FUSE

LC

.

PWM 2 V1_3V

V1

MOS SW

CORE

ESCORT IC, REF BUFFER, FEEDBACK BUFFER

V2

WDI

V3

LC Filter

V4 (with Pass Trans)

LC Filter

V3_2.775V

V4_2.775V

VREF2_2.775V

VREF1

VREF2_2.775V

VREF2

REDCAP, DISPLAY, CE_BUS CONNECTOR, SERIAL VCC FOR WPIC+, OPTION BD, FLASH, SRAM LNODCT, WPIC+, RF CKTS, RX_FRONT END, TRANSMITTER AND GATE FOR TCXO_WARP

KEYPAD LEDS - 6x BACKLIGHT LEDS - 4x

VREF3 VIB 7.2V BATTERY

VTS_2.3V

TS-REF

ADC INPUT

PA_B+ SW_B+ 5.5V LIN REG.

DSC

LC Filter

LNODCT RFOUTB, WPIC+ VCP, ESCORT CP

LC Filter

REGULATOR FOR TX_VCO, TX_BUFFER, MAIN VCO

VSIM

TX_Bias_Circuit

Figure 4.2-11 MTP700 DC Distribution

Several sections of the radio are connected directly to the battery, which supplies Raw_B+ and Fused_B+. The radio operates at a low voltage of 5.8Vdc, nominal-level voltage of 7.2Vdc, and high-level voltage of 12Vdc. The battery is connected to J001 pins 3 (+) and J001 pin 1 (-). These pins supply the Raw_B+ to the RF TX power amplifier. Raw_B+ is routed via F200 (Fuse) becoming Fused_B+, which is used by the Audio PA.

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3.3V Switching Regulator An external 3.3V switching regulator is used to convert the battery voltage (7.2V) down to 3.3V to be used by GCAP3. This regulator can be set to fixed freq 600KHz (during Tx & Rx) or variable switching frequency (when idle) depending on the load. PWM #1 (Pulse Width Modulation) PWM #1 is a selectable step down switching regulator. It is selectable using the RedCap2 SPIB bus from 1.2V to 2.45V in 6 steps, Pass Through and Power down modes. The switcher is active during Power Reset (POR) in 1.875V mode. It is set to 1.875V. Switching regulator is PWM #1_1.875V, which is the supply for the internal core, emulation port and clock output drivers of the RedCap2. The switcher is supplied from B+ and it is active whenever the radio is turned ON. V1 Linear Regulator V1 is a programmable linear regulator. It is programmed using the RedCap2 SPIB bus from 0.975V to 3.0V in 8 steps. This regulator is active during POR and its initial value is 1.55V. For this radio, V1 is programmed to 3.0V, supplying ESCORT section. This regulator is active whenever the radio is turned ON. V2 Linear Regulator V2 is a selectable linear regulator. It is selectable using the GCAP3 UV_SEL pin (internal logic) between either 2.5V and 2.775V. This regulator is active during POR and its initial output value is set by GCAP3 UV_SEL pin. Connecting UV_SEL pin to B+ sets V2 output value to 2.775V, connecting UV_SEL pin to Ground sets V2 output value to 2.5V. For this radio, V2 is selected to 2.775V. This regulator is supplied by B+ and it is active whenever the radio is turned ON. V2 is the supply for internal and external audio circuits, CLK_IN input driver and TS interface. V3 Linear Regulator V3 is a selectable linear regulator. It is selectable using the RedCap2 SPIB bus from 1.875V to 2.775V in 4 steps. This regulator is active during POR and its initial output value is 2.775V. For this radio, V3 is selected to 2.775V. The regulator is supplied by B+ and it is active whenever the radio is turned ON. V3 is V3_2.775V, which is the supply for the RedCap2, Flash, SRAM, GCAP3, Display, logic lines pull-up and 16-pin connector. V4 Linear Regulator V4 is a selectable linear regulator with external pass transistor. It is selectable using the RedCap2 SPIB bus from 1.875V to 2.775V in 4 steps. It is set to 2.775V. V4 is always powered from B+ and it is active whenever the radio is turned ON. This regulator is active during POR. V4 supplies all the RF sections. VREF1 Linear Regulator VREF1 is a programmable linear regulator. It is programmed using the RedCap2 SPIB bus from 0.95V to 2.775V. This regulator is active during POR and its initial value is 2.775V. For this radio, VREF1 is programmed to 2.775V and is battery supplied. VREF1 is VREF1_2.775V, which is the supply for the AND Gate on TCXO_WARP line.

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VREF2 Linear Regulator VREF2 is a programmable linear regulator. It is programmed using RedCap2 SPIB bus from 0.95V to 2.775V. For this radio, it is programmed to 2.775V which supplies the Tx/Rx LED, backlights and display. TS_REF Linear Regulator TS_REF is a fixed output linear regulator. It is supplied internally from the V2 linear regulator. It is set to 2.3V. The radio uses TS_REF for the AD voltage dividers. It is not active at POR. 5.5V Linear Regulator This is an external linear regulator used to supply GCAP3 DSC regulator, and a 4.5V linear regulator in ESCORT section. Its supplies comes from SWB+. DSC Linear Regulator DSC is a fixed output linear regulator. This regulator is active during POR in the 5V mode. DSC is supplied from an external 5.5V linear regulator. DSC 5V is used to supply the WPIC and ODCT charge pump circuits. It is also used by ESCORT and Main VCO sections. Current Limit The SWB+ current limit regulator provides power from the phone battery to clip-on accessories. It is enabled only when the phone is powered up and an accessory which requires power from the phone is connected.

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Radio Audio System See Figure 4.2-12 The audio system consists of the GCAP3 IC (U200) and the DSP (U301), both are located on the main board. The GCAP3 perform the analog task and part of the digital task of the audio system. Tx Path Audio speech is fed either to the internal microphone or the external microphone. The signals reach the GCAP3 IC. In the GCAP3 IC, a fix gain amplifier (A3 or A5) provides the signal amplification, the multiplexer (MUX) selects the active input and the Programmable Gain Amplifier (TxPGA) adjust the path gain according to the radio mode of operation. Finally, the A/D converts the analog signal into digital format and transfers it to the DSP. The DSP performs the functions of audio filtering, ACELP speech compression, forward error correction (FEC), digital modulation, and transfers the data to the RF section. When the radio is operating in the telephone interconnect mode, the DSP performs the required tasks such as echo and noise reduction. Rx Path The digital output signal from the receiver is fed to the DSP which performs the functions of digital de-modulation, FEC, ACELP speech de-compression, and audio filtering. It transfers the data to the GCAP3 IC. In this IC, the D/A converts the digital audio format to an analog signal, the Programmable Gain Amplifier (RxPGA) adjusts the path gain according to the setting of the volume control, and the multiplexer routes the audio to the active receive path. The audio is fed to A4, single-ended audio power amplifier. It is then fed to the Audio PA, where most of the amplification is performed and can be selected either to go through the internal speaker or external speaker. Altenatively, the audio from GCAP3 can also be sent through A1 to the internal Earpiece.

INT MIC

GCAP 3 EXT MIC

AUX_MIC +

MI C +

CODEC

+ A5

AUX_MIC -

MI C -

PGA

MI CIN -

MI C

EAR-PIECE

A/D

A3 +

SPKRIN

MUXIN

(A1 INPUT) VAG RC FILTER

SPKROUT 1

RC FILTER

SPKROUT 2

INT SPKR

TDA8547 or ADI part

AL RTIN

SPKR+

(A2 INPUT)

+ -1

A1

EARPIECE +

VCC1

VCC2

SERIAL INTERFACE

VAG

-

IN1-

OUT1-

PGA

SPKR-

SPKRIN

IN1+ OUT1+ AL RTOUT -

IN2OUT2-

Vcc

A2

IN2+ AL RTOUT +

SVR

OUT2+

EXT SPKR

AL RTIN

MODE Stby/ Mute NC

GND2

SEL

AUDIO_OUT

EXTOUT

A4 +

VAG

GND1

Figure 4.2-12 Audio Path - Block Diagram

D/A

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RS232, SB9600, JTAG The RedCap2 processor (RCE) uses the three serial protocols: RS232/UART, SB9600, and JTAG to communicate with external devices via the bottom connector of the unit. There is no external hardware for switching from one protocol to another because the RedCap2 handles the switching and line multiplexing functions internally.

Battery ID The battery is equipped with a Dallas 2502 EPROM. A one-wire serial bus allows the radio or the battery charger to communicate with the battery and identify whether or not the battery is compatible. If the battery is determined to be incompatible, the unit automatically shuts off, and the charger does not enter charging mode. Besides compatibility data, the EPROM also stores the following information: battery type, capacity, fuel-gauging parameters, and voltage threshold.

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Display and Keypad, Detailed Description Display The LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Module is a Graphic Display based upon the KS0741TB-01 display driver. It consist of LCD Holographic Glass, LED backlight and a 22 pin flex cable connected to the Keypad board. The Communication to the RedCap2 IC is performed using a SPI protocol (Serial Peripheral Interface). The Operation of the LCD is determined upon the RS line configuration (Data/Command). The Display is 128 X 100 (Columns X Rows respectively).

Keypad The RedCap2 processor (RCE) is responsible for decoding key presses and displaying them properly on the LCD. The keys are arranged into a matrix of five rows and five columns, which includes the Volume and PTT keys. The PWR key is not decoded by the RCE; it directly drives the GCAP3, which sends a signal to RCE through INT1. The five row lines are pulled high via five internal 22 Kohm resistors. The five row lines and five column lines are fed to RedCap2 I/O pins. Pressing any key also generates the keypad internal interrupt. The RedCap2 debounces the keys by reading them 25 milliseconds later. The keypad-decoding scheme works as follows: 1. RedCap2 sets rows to inputs; all columns are set as outputs and driven logic low. 2. Rows are pulled logic high. When a key is pressed, one row goes low, which indicates a key press and sends an internal interrupt. 3. RedCap2 reads rows. A low on that row indicates a key press. All others are high. 4. RedCap2 sets all columns to output logic high. 5. One column at a time is set to output logic low. RedCap2 reads the columns to see which one is now at a logic low level. 6. The low row level (in step 3) and low column level (in step 5) indicate the correct column and row. All keypad circuitry is located on the keypad board. Refer to the keypad board schematics.

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Backlight and LEDs Backlight The keypad backlight consists of 8 green LEDs. There are 2 more LEDs in the LCD module that are connected in parallel to the keypad LEDs. Top LEDs There is a tri-color (Green, Red and Amber when both turns on) LED located on the main board. These LED colors are used as indicators to the radio operation.

Radio Programming The radio is entered into programming mode by setting the MOD pin high level, and applying a preamble sequence to the radio via the RS232 lines. A 12Vdc can be applied to pin 15 on the 16-pin connector to set the radio into flashing mode. The MOD pin assertion is encountered at least 4 CKIH cycles before the negation of the Reset pin.

Accessory Connector The radio provides two connectors for access to personal computers, data devices and audio accessories. Bottom Connector The 14-pin bottom connector is intended to support connection to personal computers, and test systems. The bus has seven standard modes of operation: Normal (Nothing Connected), USB Mode, Emergency, PTT, RS232 Mode 4-wire, RS232 8-wire/SSI Mode and SB9600 mode. There are also three additional non-standard modes, KEYLOAD, FLASH, and JTAG, which are used only for secure keyloading, development, factory programming and debugging. These modes are selected by applying appropriate logic levels to the Option Select pins, named OPTION1 and OPTION2. Some of the modes listed above are selected by the additional application of a level on the USB POWER and CE_ON_OFF pins as well. Mode Select (OPTION1 and OPTION2) Logic levels applied to the OPTION1, OPTION2, USB POWER, and ON_OFF/JTAG/ FLASH lines are used to select the different modes. The modes will be set as follows:

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Table 4.2-1 Bottom Connector Mode Table MODE

ON_OFF/ JTAG/ FLASH

BOTTOM OPTION1

BOTTOM OPTION2

USB PWR

Standard

Normal (No Accessory)

0

1

1

0

Modes

USB Accessory / Computer

0

1

1

>4.0V

Emergency

0

1

0

X

RS-232 (4 wire) / SSI

0

PTT (Push To Talk)

0

0

0

X

RS-232 (8 wire)

0

0

1

X

SB9600

0

Non

KEYLOAD

0

Standard

FLASH

Modes

JTAG

*

X

X

*

X

11.4-12.6 V

X

X

X

7.6-8.4 V

X

X

X

Note: * Schottky Diode with forward voltage less than 0.4V. Logic Levels 1 : 2.0V to 2.85V, typical 2.775V 0 : 0V to 0.8V X : Do Not Care Condition

Pin No.

Signal Name (Short_Form)

Power/ Default States GND

RS232/ SSI

RS232 (8 wire)

SB9600

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

USB

JTAG

1

Power Ground (GND)

2

USB+/TXD (D+)/TDO

D+

TXD

TXD

TXD

TDO

3

USB-/RXD (D-)/TDI

D-

RXD

RXD

RXD

TDI

4

USB Power/RTS/Reset_In

USB_ PWR

RTS

RTS

BUSY IN

RESET_IN

5

SWB+

SWB+

SWB+

SWB+

SWB+

SWB+

6

CTS/MCU_DE

CTS

CTS

BUSY OUT

MCU_DE

7

FS/DCD/DSP_DE

FS

DCD

DSP_DE

8

SCK/RI/TCK

SCK

RI

TCK

9

SRDA/DTR/TMS

SRDA

DTR

TMS

10

STDA/DSR/TRST

STDA

DSR

TRST

11

Bottom_Option_1 (BOT_OPT1)

BOT_ OPT1

BOT_ OPT1

BOT_ OPT1

BOT_ OPT1

BOT_ OPT1

BOT_ OPT1

12

Bottom_Option_2 (BOT_OPT2)

BOT_ OPT2

BOT_ OPT2

BOT_ OPT2

BOT_ OPT2

BOT_ OPT2

BOT_ OPT2

13

On_Off/JTAG/FLASH Mode (On_Off/JTAG)

On_Off /JTAG

On_Off /JTAG

On_Off /JTAG

On_Off /JTAG

On_Off /JTAG

On_Off /JTAG

14

Headset Indication/Key_Fail

Key

Key

HS/Key

Key

Key

SWB+

Table 4.2-2 Bottom Connector Pin Out Table

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Side Connector The side connector is intended to support connection to accessories such as PSM, RSM, Headset, 2 or 4-wire data terminals and SB9600 based devices. The side connector has 16 modes of operation as shown in Table 4.2-3. In order to be compatible with previous generation radios, the modes of operation are selected by applying the appropriate logic levels to the Side Option Select Pins named SIDE_OPTION1, SIDE_OPTION2. In addition, SIDE_OPTION3 will be used to select the other modes as per Table 4.2-3. Voltage level for SIDE_OPTION3 is per Table 4.2-4. Table 4.2-3 Side Connector Mode Table

Mode

SIDE OPTION1

SIDE OPTION2

SIDE OPTION3

1

Ext PTT

0

0

V4

2

Emergency

0

0

V3

3

Volume Up

0

0

V2

4

Volume Down

0

0

V1

5

Man Down

0

0

V0

6

MAP27

1

0

V4

7

Spare

1

0

V3

8

SB9600/SBEP

1

0

V2

9

4-Wire Data (RS232)

1

0

V1

10

2-Wire Data (RS232)

1

0

V0

11

Ext Spkr

0

1

V4

12

RSM with earbud

0

1

V3

13

RSM/PSM

0

1

V2

14

User Programmable 2

0

1

V1

15

User Programmable1

0

1

V0

16

Idle

1

1

V4

Symbol

Min Level/V

Typical/V

Max Level/V

V0

0

0.3

0.58

V1

0.62

0.8

0.98

V2

1.02

1.2

1.38

V3

1.42

1.6

1.78

V4

1.82

2.1

2.30

Table 4.2-4 Voltage Levels for Side Option3

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Signal Name

1

Ext_Speaker+

2

Ext_Speaker-

3

OPT B+

4

Ext_Mic

5

SIDE_OPT2

6

SIDE_OPT1

7

GND

8

Rx_Data

9

Tx_Data

10

CTS / BUSY_OUT

11

RTS / BUSY_IN

12

SIDE_OPT3

13

VIBRATOR

Table 4.2-5 Side Connector Pin Out Table

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T1

S100

A1

S004

S003

C493

L704

C494

C823

C822

1

C962 C910 C950

3 7 0

E

0

7

2

E075

E

D001

L910 D901

C948

D903

C949

R809

C956

L912 C944

C907

C912

U800

16

L901

8

C943

C914

9

C913

C908

C901

L906

C915

C909

L808 C844

R921

R923

L902

C920

L904

L918

L900

C806 C804 4

3

C853

R920 R901

6 R810

C850

C821

R922 C826

C846

C825

C813

R806

C845

C824

C922

SH902

T800

4

S005

R807

2

C916

C817

C818

5

C936

3

L911

49

E082

FL801

C937

1

C805

E080

C963

C849

L807

3

E081

E083

C933

C928

C966

Q800

R808

8

C918

17

C807

4 5

2

6

C927 C810

U803

E074

R909

R915

R913

E003

C935

C816

C967

C965

SH800

C800

C006

U806 R914 C934

R708

C724

R499

C718

L701

C712 C495

R713 Q702 L706

C726

C710

3

2

L703

C711

R456 C727

FL503 4

C728

C704

C702

C701

C703

C706

C709

C713

R709

1

C820

C819

R710

R701 R711

C921

C836 C852 C802 C812

C815

C801

R902

9 9 0 E 0 1 0 E028 E029 E030 E031

E023 E022 E021 E020

R707

C458 C457

SH400

C809

2

E039 E038 E037 E036 1

E042

R700

L458

L459

C451

L702 R706 C725

C705

C456

U461

Q703

R704

Q700

Y700

3 R452

Q459

33 E051 E050 E049 E048

R705 L705

L700

D700

4 Y601 C455

C460

C471

C462

C459

C466

16 R453

R460

R454

9

2

5 4

13

R498

C647

R627 Q465 R461

Q466 C461

R482 C490 R476

C472 C473

R464

L461

R465 R467 Q460

R459

L466

R466

C469

C479 L463

C482

R472

8

C010 C957

E043 E033

E053

E096

E087 E086 E085 E084

J002

E032

R212

C202

R211

E054

E097

23 E063 E062 E060 E061

E044 E045 E046 E047

E052 E055

C487 R457

U802

E059 E058 E057 E056

E024 E025 E026 E027

C233

R210

C203

R232

E095

C218

E201

E202

E094 R234

C257

E088

C217

C486

R480 R481

SH700 C720

D701

C700

12

C811

E

E012

E013

E098 E014

5 0

1

C252

E

E207

R470

R471 C009

C290

E205

C209

C216

C213

C254

C208

C206

P1 C207

24

E064

C210

B1

4 3

E066 E065

Q202

L465

Q467

TP700

C488

U460

Q801

E011

C308

C309

R313

C315

C326

C327

R216

C238

C223 VR104

C215

E067

C227

E093

16

E144

C221

C286

U200

C239

E139

E132

E141

E122 E126

E143

E116 E119 E125 E130

E145

E137

E146

E133

E108

E109 E115

E118 E124 E136

E101

E105

C214

R297

E103

RT200

R296

R468 C470

C485

U002 5

C291 C297

C298

R205 Y200

C100

E104

E111

R119

R315 C307

R221

C237

1

E110

R215

R290

L462

Q463

C483

R483

R218

C295 C294

E206

C235

R101 C267 C101

P14 A14

C292

R120 J110

U307

C480

Q464

R217

E092

C261

R202

E300

R284

C287

C260

R225

C265

C251

Q101

C293

C231

C249

C211

C259

R114

C212

SH300 C258

R320 Q100

R203 R207

E106

C220

C219 R298

R322

C230 R213

C204 R214

U205

D100

R108 R206

C256

R310 R309

R235

R321

C316

R473

C484 R474

C314 A16

E212

C323

C313

R275

C322

R274

R323

R107

R109

R229

U305

E302 C306

C318

C481

L464

Q201 T16

C467

C477

R308

C299

C118

U304

R307

C317

R324

R115

40

R479

Y460

R316

R314 R111

8

C491

C475

R272

R312

R110 U111

5

C311 C310

U301

C450

R478

C476

C104

4

C312

C304

R113

R112

C114

C305

E301

R302

C320

R477 C489

R463

R300

R458 R462

R301

R304

C803

R303

R305

C478

C321

R306

D460

C325 C319

C105

S002

VR006

E100

C324

J100

E004

1

C007

C116

806-870 MHz Board Layout, Schematics & Parts Lists

SH900

ZMY0130995-A

806-870 MHz Main Board Top Side PCB No. 8485951Z04

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

TRANSCEIVER 800 MHz

TP308 TP302

TP500

R295

C280

7

E041 E040

E001 R006

C283

E807

VR105 R100 R220

U105

C102

L200

U102 2

C201

C276

R209 C205

R204 C236 R230

10

3

9

4

8

5

C232 E204

1

C117

6

E120

E148

L202 C242

C270 R254 C274

R280

E215

R252

7

E129

U101 2

1

10

3

9

4

8

5

6

7 E117

E121 E123

E147 TP104

ZMY0130996-A

806-870 MHz Main Board Bottom Side PCB No. 8485951Z04

E107

VR102

20

C278

R242

R102

E142

11

R241

R245

E131 E128 E127 E134

VR103

VR002

R002

9 10

R240

R244

E114 VR101

E135

1

R001

TP106

R243

C248

SH200

10 R285

TP103

E113

TP101

E138

8

C285

1

R122

R103

TP313

U202

9 10

E112

C224

R277

D202

1

3 2

4 8

E102

E210

C273

32

TP203 E203 TP204

C119

R106 C112

U100 7

R208

C269

E089 E091 E090

5 6

R271

TP105

TP102

VR100

C271 C277

R256

R255

3

R281

E211

C832

4

5

R801

5

U005 7

7

TP315

8

5

TP319

R318

Q204

4

R279

R009

3

C831

D101

C243

R286 C253

C245

E200

C246

C225

C247

C303

C300 C244

C272

5 4

C279

E806

C814

C848

8

E002

Q805

5

R008

0

C924

C301

C296

C015

5 4

VR001

4

C926

4

TP206

9 8

6

9

TP100

C275

C808

C968 C851 C827

U801

8

U001

R800

5 10

6

C302

C636

C014

3 4

4

1

10

TP314

R007

L905

2 3

U103 2

TP201

VR009

C830 C828 C829

RT800

C969

L914

C964

C958

F1

TP202

R803 C833

L800

C200

R325

A1

TP305

3

R802

1

7

3

2

3

E808

C904

D203

C240

J001

TP600

E

2

C902

5

C113

TP331

TP601

8

4

TP300

6

SH903

C234

L731

R737

R735

C744

TP335 1

9

3

8

C115

10

2

6

R278

R804

1

U201

F8

U303

E208

L801

L908 C961

R911 L909

R930

TP321 9

16

R121

A8

VR201

C835

C903

R908

C938

C931 R916

D803

L915 D802

H800

R287

D730

R734

L730

C743

Q730

C746

C741

R623

C641

C612

R624

L1

TP205

U104

C250

A1 C635 L603 C615

L201

TP334

3

TP307

0

R912 C939

C942

E810

A6

TP303

E

C941

R736

C646

C645 C640

R621

R604

C619

C616

C629

C626

C620

R611

R610

L11

U601

L510

C605 C653 R612

C512 L500

R931

C955

C940

C932

VR007

7

7

0

SH901

E811

R929

E

VR008

E076

5

TP311

SH801

U907

R294

H6

TP332

C610

R924 D500

3

C282

U302

TP330

TP333

F200

R910

J800

C745

R603

C601

C608

A1

C738

C602

C606

4 H1

R919

1

Q806

C748

R222

R319

R602

R608

5

R738

C611

A11

C651

L732

R116

TP316 Q103

R733

C751

Q102

VR106

R223

SH301 C739

C614

FL500

R005

3

C523 L507

C508

C652

L501

7

C008 R003 R010

4

L508

R529

E078

E005 R004

C522

5

3

C540

R509

C951

9 6 0 E

E079

E068

R528

3

C609

2

R500

C539

SH600

C607

C500

C501

FL501 C511

E071

4

C529

C519

E500 L502

0

7

0

E

U500 C

C

2

FL502

4 L505

7

1

C514

5

U502

L520

R502

C534

L514

L513 R511

C517

C516

C644

C750

1

R506 C530

R510

C528

C533

8

C732

R118 R117

C222

C737 21

13

6 L509

C531

S001

C643

C538

TP304

SH201

C735

C740

C510

R516

Q501

9 U730

C617 C618

C537

C527

C535

C536

C524 E501

L503

Q500

SH501

C731

TP312 TP322

TP306 TP301

TP320

Q731

C742

SH500

SH730 C734

C241

TP501

C229

4.2 - 34

E140

R303

A9 D9 E11 E10

F7

C11

D11 D10

A10 E12 HST_Addr(0:21)

F3

13

11

R6

D2

14

12

T6

E2

15

13

N6

14

N7

15

P7

C4 A21

HST_DATA(0:15)

HST_DATA(0:15)

BOT_SWB+_EN

G

G

E3

E1

E2

D2

E4 XYA15

XYA14

XYA13

XYA12

XYA11

D1

C3

C2

A1

A2

A3

B2

D4

D3

XYA10

XYA9

XYA8

XYA7

XYA6

XYA5

XYA4

XYA3

XYA2

A4

B3

XYA1

XYA0

C4

B4 XYST

B5

XYSEL

XZYRW

C12 DSP_IRQ

T11 PWR_EN

T12

SIMDATA

SIMRESET

N12

N11

P12

SENSE

SIMCLK

G

BAT_DATA_IN

SOFT_TURN_OFF

BAT_DATA_PULL_UP

HEADSET_KEYFAIL G

G

G

TP307

TP305

TP304

TP306

G11 DSP_DE

H11

G16

F12

G12

H12

TMS

TEST

GI

WPIC_TXCLK

GI

WPIC_FSYNC

TP333 TP334 R313

A12

39K

B12

DNP TP311

A5

O G

C5

O G

D5 C6 B6 A6 D6 D7 C7

G

B7 B8 A8

WPIC_TXE PA_BIAS

O G

GCAP3_AD_TRIGGER

O G

ANT_EN

O G

TETRA_MAIN_VCO_ON

LAYER1 TIMER

SW_4

G

SW_8

G

SIDE_OPT_SEL1

G

SIDE_OPT_SEL2

E6

E8

ESC_VCO_BUF_EN

O G

SW_2

G

D8

E7

LO_DRIVER_EN

O G

IDLE

G

O G

WPIC_OSC_EN

G

GCAP3_STANDBY

O G

RX_ACQ

K2

GI

K4

I G

L2

O G

M3

C304 6800pF

TP312

R10

D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15

RESET_IN RESET_OUT STO

E302

32KHz_CLK 16.8_MHz_CLK 16.8_MCU

R312 47

T10

PWM1_1.8V_FLTR

P10 N10

C306

C305

10uF

.01uF F16

TP316

Internal Pulldown

TP322

MUX_CTRL

F13

RS232_CTS RS232_RTS RS232_RX RS232_TX

L12

SIDE_CTS

G

K12

G

J12

G

K11

G

SIDE_RTS SIDE_RX SIDE_TX

RS232_RI RS232_DCD O G O G

G G

KP_COL0 KP_COL1

O G

KP_COL2

O G

KP_COL3

O G

KP_COL4

BAT_DATA_OUT EXT_SPKR_SEL

KEYPAD

DSP_1

R320 0

GI

KP_ROW0

GI

KP_ROW1

GI

KP_ROW2

GI

KP_ROW3

GI

KP_ROW4

R13 P13

TP335

T13

DSP_3 MEM_CNTL(6:1)

MEM_CNTL(6:1)

D9

XYD15

P6

D8

XYD14

10

WPIC_SRD

P9

12

D7

R9

E4

P4

XYD13

N5

XYD12

A20

P5

9

T9

A19

8

11

XYD11

E1 VCCQ

VPP

NC1

A18

7

10

D4

N9

C5

A17

9

F6

XYD10

21

DQ15

A16

E6

D6

M11

A6

A15

R4

XYD9

B5

20

DQ14

6

M10

B6

19

DQ13

A14

8

XYD8

18

A13

D6

D5

M9

D1

DQ12

5

D4

XYD7

17

A12

7

T4

L10

C1

DQ11

P3

XYD6

16

DQ10

A11

4

XYD5

B1

DQ9

A10

6

F2

D3

T8

A1

15

A9

E3

D2

N8

14

DQ8

R3

M6

C2

A8

3

XYD4

13

DQ7

5

D1

XYD3

A2

A7

D3

B13

GI

A13 C14

J13 ROW7_RI_SCKA_TCK J16 ROW6_DCD_SC2A_DSP_DE N13 COLUMN0 R14 COLUMN1 R15 COLUMN2 T14 COLUMN3 R16 COLUMN4 P16 COLUMN5 P15 COLUMN6_OC1 P14 COLUMN7 L15 ROW0 K13 ROW1 K14 ROW2 K15 ROW3 J14 ROW4 J15 ROW5_IC2B

D0

XYD2

B2

DQ6

T3

R8

C3

11 12

A6

T2

2

XYD1

10

DQ5

1

4

TXB

ADDR21

T7

A3

A5

T1

3

F4

ADDR20

P8

9

DQ4

2

E5

RXB

M5

8

A7

A4

D5

RTSB

ADDR19

XYD0

C6

DQ3

ADDR18

INT7_DTR_SCLK_SRDA_TMS

7

DQ2

CTSB

R7

B7

28F320C3

A3

ADDR17

INT6_DSR_STDA_TRST

6

A2

21 F3 0

ADDR16

L14

A8

1

ADDR15

Option_Select_2

C7

F7

20 F2

ADDR14

INT5

B8

5

DQ1

0

C13

V3_2.775V

WPIC_STD

O G

B14

G13 RTSA_IC2A_RESET_IN G14 RXA_IC1_TDI G15 TXA_TDO

ADDR13

M13

3 4

DQ0 U303

A1

E7

CTSA_MCU_DE

EMERGENCY

C8

19 F1

ADDR12

Option_Select_1

2

A0

18 F4

MUX_CTL

ADDR11

INT3

D8

EN_WP

ADDR10

INT4

1

17 G4

64 Mb 4 M x 16 8 Mb

E8

DSP_5

DNP

DSP_4

WR_

FLASH

EN_RP

ADDR9

M14

A5

R310 0

1

16 G3

EN_WE

P1GND

RW

B4

EB1#

15 E5

PGND

ADDR8

M2

B3

EN_OE

13 H2 14 H3

TP321

DSP_2

3

VCC

A4 0

EN_CE

GND2

F8

GND1

D7 R309

F1

5 4

F5

12 H1

ADDR7

M16

G5

10 F5 11 H4

PVCC

M15

9

PCAP

ADDR6

SW_1

H5

ADDR5

GCAP3_INT

8

CKO

INT2

G6

ADDR4

INT1

H6

7

CKOH

N14

J6

6

0

CKIH

ADDR3

PTT

K6

ADDR2

INT0

4

CKIL

N15

J4 L5

ADDR1

PSTAT3

2 3

TOUT15

WPIC

A14

17x17mm BGA

ADDR0

D15

J1

PSTAT2

J2

1

R325

C303 .01uF

TOUT14

REDCAP2

0

5

V3_2.775V_FLTR C302 0.1uF

30C40

D14

39K

SPICS4B

PSTAT1

R308

TOUT13

E15

R307 39K

U301-1

PSTAT0

TP313 TP315 TP314 TP319

SPICS3B

SIZ1

HST_Addr(0:21)

TOUT12

SPICS2B

F14

G

TOUT11

SPICS1B

SIZ0

VIBRATOR

B10

F15

GO

TOUT9

NU

GO

TOUT8

TOUT10

NU

GO

SPIB_CS2_GCAP3

MOSIB SPI_CKB SPICS0B

MOD

SPIB_CS1_DISPLAY

AUDIO_PA_ENABLE

C10

TOUT7

MISOB

R12

G

TOUT6

DISPLAY_RS

GO

TOUT5

CS5

GO

SPIB_CLK SIDE_SWB+_EN

D12

SPICS4A

R1

SPIB_MOSI

TOUT4

SRAM

I G

SPICS3A

CS4

GO

TOUT3

P1

SPIA_CS_PA_BIAS

SPICS2A

64Mb_SEL

GO

TOUT2

CS3

SYNT_CS_

E9

TOUT1

R2

0

SPICS0A SPICS1A

FLASH

R306

TOUT0

CS2

0

MOSIA SPI_CKA

CS1

R305

SRDB2

MISOA

CS0

GO

0

SC2B SCKB2

P2

SPIA_CS2_ODCT

C9

R304

SCKB

SC2A

OE

GO

SRDB

SC0B

N2

SPIA_CS1_ESCORT

as a whole and NOT as a DSP to WPIC serial interface.

STDB

SC1B

EB1

GO

B9

a "Transmit Data Register" and has an STD Pin name. The Register used to transmit data to the DSP is called the "Receive Data Register" and has an SRD Pin Name. The only way this makes sense is if you think of the data flow with respect to the radio

SC1A

N3

SPIA_CS0_WPIC

SPIB_MISO

NOTE: The register used to receive data (from the DSP) in the WPIC is called TP330 TP331 TP332

SC0A

EB0

GO

0

DISPLAY_RS

O G

RS232_DTR 1

2

3

4

5

6

RS232_DSR O G

R321

RESET_OUT

0 PTT GCAP3_INT

I G I G

GI

TX_DETECT

G

SW_1

DNP

INTERRUPT

R322

OPT_SEL_1

I G

0

INPUTS OPT_SEL_2

I G

DNP

LV_DETECT

I G

EMERGENCY G

GI MOD

TP308

22K

ZMY0131006-O

0

R314

TP320

SPIB

TP303

G A16 A15

J3

SPIA_CLK

B16

R302 0

K1

GO

SCKA

M1

0 SPIA_MOSI SPIA

SRDA

MCU_DE

C15

R301

TDO

D13

I G

STDA

TDI

D16

R300 0

TCK

H13

I G

SPIA_MISO

V3_2.775V

39K

E13

GCAP3_FSYNC

4.2 - 35

R324

TRST

I G I G H14

GCAP3_TX GCAP3_DCLK

GCAP3

TP302

GO

N16

GCAP3_RX

TP301

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

TP300

TRANSCEIVER 800 MHz

R323

Controller Memory Schematic Diagram (Redcap 2) sheet 1 of 2

4.2 - 36

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

MUX_CTRL=0 Gen Port Ctrl Reg (GPCR) GPCR = xxxxxxxx x11xxx11 GPCR (Bit7)=0 GPCR (Bit7)=1

CTS RTS RX TX

VREF1_2.775V JTAG

G

SB9600 ESSI BUSY_OUT BUSY_IN (IC2) RX TX

MCU_DE RESET_IN TDI TDO

U307 TC7S08FU

5

RS232_CTS RS232_RTS RS232_RX RS232_TX MUX_CTRL

4-Wire RS232 ESSI CTS RTS RX TX

LARGEST REF DES. NUMBERS

O G RS232_CTS GI RS232_RTS GI RS232_RX DSP_1 O G RS232_TX GI MUX_CTRL

GND VCC

8-Wire RS232

SYMBOL PIN NAME CTS RTS RX TX

MUX_CTRL=1

1 INB 2 INA

OUTY

4

G

TCK DSP_DE TMS TRST

TCXO_WARP

PWM2_1.8V = 1.875V (Redcap Core, ADDR/Data Bus, Flash, SRAM. VSIM1 = 3V for the SIM and QVCCH

C309 1.0uF

U305 MC74HC1G04

5 OUTY

4

2

AND GATE

3

1 INB 2 INA

C308 33pF

D300

IN_A

4 OUT_Y_ 1 NC

DSP_2

NOT GATE

3

E300

5

V3_2.775V_FLTR

GND VCC

G

PWM1_1.8V_FLTR

TP321

V3_2.775V_FLTR

R316 0 U304 DNP TC7S08FU

V3_2.775V Bypass Caps for REDCAP

E302

R325 U306

RS232_RI RS232_DCD RS232_DTR RS232_DSR DSP_4

GO GO GO GI

GND VCC

SCKA SC2A SRDA STDA

DSP_3

SCKA SC2A SRDA STDA

RI DCD DTR DSR

DSP_5

ROW7 ROW6 INT7 INT6

C328

R310 R317

V3_2.775V = 2.775V (from GCAP3 V3)

C307 0.1uF

NOTE: RESETS FROM THE BOTTOM CONNECTOR WILL ONLY BE POSSIBLE IF MUX_CTRL =1 AND THE 8-WIRE INTERFACE IS THUS SET TO JTAG MODE RS232_RI RS232_DCD RS232_DTR RS232_DSR

DNP (Do Not Place) List

VCC TRUTH TABLE

R315 6.8K

3

Gen Port Ctrl Reg (GPCR) GPCR = xxxxxxxx x00xxx00

TRANSCEIVER 800 MHz

G

PWM1_1.8V

E301 C313 0.1uF C312 10uF V3_2.775V_FLTR

Controller Memory Schematic Diagram (Redcap 2) sheet 2 of 2

NC12 NC13 NC14 NC15 NC16 NC17 NC18 NC19

C324 C325 0.1uF0.1uF .01uF J9 J10 K7 K8 K9 K10 L6 L11

3 4 2 6 1

C314 0.1uF

C326

C327 .01uF

SH300 SHIELD

SH301 SHIELD

A1 A2 B2 B5 G5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

A3 A4 A5 B3 B4 C3 C4 D4 H2 H3 H4 H5 G3 G4 F3 F4 E4 D3

EN_BLE EN_OE EN_BHE EN_CE EN_WE A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17

V3_2.775V_FLTR

R318 0

U302 CY62147V B6 0 IO0 C5 1 IO1 C6 2 IO2 D5 3 IO3 E5 4 IO4 F5 5 IO5 F6 6 IO6 G6 7 IO7 8 B1 IO8 C1 9 IO9 C2 10 IO10 D2 11 IO11 12 E2 IO12 13 F2 IO13 14 F1 IO14 G1 15 IO15 NC1 NC2 NC3 NC4 NC5

ZMY0131007-O

A6 E3 G2 H1 A18 H6

R319 0 HST_DATA(0:15)

REDCAP2 PWR, GND, NC U301-2 PWR_GND_NC

AGND1 AGND2 BGND CGND DGND EGND FGND GGND1 GGND2 GGND3 HGND1 HGND2 KGND LGND MGND QGND1 QGND2 QGND3 QGND4

NC0 NC1 NC2 NC3 NC4 NC5 NC6 NC7 NC8 NC9 NC10 NC11

G2 K5 P11 N4 T5 C16 L3 H15 K16 T15 A7 A11 E14 C1 L9 F10 L1 L7 L16

F6 F11 G7 G8 G9 G10 H7 H8 H9 H10 J7 J8

C315 0.1uF

D6 VCC1 E1 VCC2

Core Voltage Convertors

Internal Core

EMUL port DSP Address visibilty DSP DATA visibilty

QSPI & L1T & BBP

Bus Control Data Bus Audio Codec Port Clock Output Driver

Address Bus

C323 0.1uF

Bottom, GPIO, JTAG, DEBUG, DATA,STO

C322 .01uF

C319 0.1uF

MEM_CNTL(6:1)

C321 0.1uF

C318 0.1uF

AVDD1 AVDD2 BVDD CVDD DVDD EVDD FVDD GVDD1 GVDD2 GVDD3 HVDD1 HVDD2 KVDD LVDD MVDD QVCC1 QVCC2 QVCC3 QVCC4 QVCCH1 QVCCH2 QVCCH3 QVCCH4

C320 .01uF

C317 .01uF

C301 0.1uF

C300 .01uF

G1 J5 R11 N1 R5 B15 M4 H16 M12 T16 B11 C8 E16 B1 L8 F8 L4 L13 M7 F9 J11 M8 K3

C316 0.1uF

SIM CARD

HST_Addr(0:21)

CYPRESS 512k x16

C311 1.0uF

D1 GND1 E6 GND2

C310 33pF

TRANSCEIVER 800 MHz

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

4.2 - 37

DUMMY VTS_2.3V_GCAP3

VREF1_2.775V

V4_DRV

R285 39K

PGM2 = 1

SCALED_SWB+

C287 1000pF

R271 1.5K

C269 0.1uF

TCXO_WARP

HW_ID0 HW_ID1 HW_ID2 PA_TEMP ENV_TEMP

VTS_2.3V_GCAP3 VTS_2.3V

5V_GCAP3

10 V3_2.775V_GCAP3

TS_VCC 2.3V

R234 0

C214 4.7uF

MOD ON

ON

CE_ON_OFF

R218 3.3K DNP

R217 39K

V3_2.775V_GCAP3

GCAP3_STANDBY

STANDBY

GCAP3_INT

INTERRUPT

WDI

SOFT_TURN_OFF

LV_DETECT C256 0.1uF DNP

CLK_SPI SPI_DW SPI_DR CE

SPIB_CLK SPIB_MOSI SPIB_MISO SPIB_CS2_GCAP3

39K R272

INT_MIC-

R202 12K

R206 2.2K

C230 1.0uF

C267 3300pF

R213 2.2K C231 1.0uF

R207 2.2K

INT_MIC+ R214 2.2K R203 12K C265 1.0uF DNP

C204 0.1uF

C206 Place close 0.1uF to VAG pin

C235 1.0uF

PGM0 PGM1 PGM2 ADTRIG DGND1 AD4 AD5 AD6 EN_DSCOUT DOWNLINK AD9 TSX1 TSX2 TSY1 TSY2 EN_DSC TSBYP THERMBIAS MOD ON ON2 ON3 INTERRUPT MOBPORTB WDI STANDBY RESETB UVSEL CLK_SPI SPIDW SPIDR CE MBCAP1 MBCAP2 CDCAP MICINNEG MICOUT AUXMICN AUXMICP AUXOUT EXTMIC MICBIAS1 MICBIAS2 VAG CLK_IN

EXT_MIC

C232 1.0uF

R230 2.2K

GCAP3

TxD_USB+

R235 0

MUX_CTRL

C9 D10 A10 C10 B10 E10 B14 C12 P10 P11 M10 N10 N11 M11 P12 B13 A13 D11 A12 B12 G14 G13 A6 A7 C7 D7 B7 B6 E7 C8 A8 D8 B8 E12 E11 F10 M7 M8 G1 H3 K3 J1

RxD_USB-

RS232_TX RS232_RTS RS232_RX

SWB+

R290 0

TX PEAK SLUMP DETECTOR

TP202 V4_2.775V_GCAP3

R215 200K SCALED_SWB+

R274 51K R275 43K

R205 56K

TX_DETECT

G

GCAP3_6 5.5V_GCAP3 R216 1MEG

32KHz_CLK

G

DNP

C215 4.7uF

0 R297

C221 0.1uF Y200 CC4V 32.768KHz C237 15pF

C238 15pF

GCAP3_7

E202 BLM11B601S

GCAP3_5

INT_EAR+

C239 0.1uF C207 0.1uF

C254 1.0uF

C218 33pF R232 100

C203 1000pF

R204 12K

E201

BLM11B601S

R212 33K

INT_EAR-

R209 2.2K

C233 1.0uF R225 39K C205 0.1uF

R210 22K

R211 6.2K

C217 33pF

C202 .01uF

ZMY0130997-O

R222 0 DNP FILT_3.3V_GCAP3

R223 0 C222 270pF DNP

V3_2.775V_GCAP3

CLK_IN TX RX DCLK FSYNC

V3_2.775V_GCAP3

GCAP3_4

V2_2.775V_GCAP3

TP203 TP204

VREF2_2.775V

V3_2.775V_GCAP3

PWM1_1.8V

GCAP3_3

U200 GCAP_III

C279 43pF

16.8_MCU GCAP3_TX GCAP3_RX GCAP3_DCLK GCAP3_FSYNC

C249 4.7uF

USBNEG VP TXENB SE0IN DIN XRXD VM USBSE0 TXENB VDSCLS MUX_CTL DSCLSO LS1IN LS1OUT LS2IN LS2OUT LS3TX SIMIO LS3RX DWNOUT DWNIN CMPOUT DSCINN DSCINP DSCSPLY DSCPWR XTAL2 XTAL1 FQ32KHZ CHARGE LICELL RTCGND SROUT SRIN SRVOUT SRVIN SREXT SIMPD2 SIMPD1 TERM4 VIBOUT VIBVCC STREF STCOMP EXTOUT ALRTOUT

C236 3300pF E215 BLM11B601S

SIDE_OPT_SEL3 VOL USB_PWR_RTS_RESETIN

E3 G4 M3 P2 L6 H11 H10 F11 D9 E6 G5 F12 K11 C11 A4 F5 G11 H5 K9 K10 L8 L10 C5 B5 E5 D5 E4 F4 F2 F3 E1 G3 F1 D4 M1 H2 L1 N1 M2 L3 L2 G2 H1 J3 K2

GCAP3_AD_TRIGGER

J2 J4 K1 M14 H4 M5 L5 K5 C13 D13 P4 N4 M4 L4 P3 A14 N5 K6 N3 J5 D6 K4 A5 N6 K13 C4 N14 B4 L12 L11 L13 L14 C2 D1 B3 A2 B2 B1 C1 D3 C3 D2 E2 A3 C6

R284 39K C298 8200pF

AGND1 AGND2 AGND3 AGND4 AGND5 AGND6 AGND7 AGND8 AGND9 AGND10 AGND11A AGND11B DGND2 DGND3 DGND4 THGND1 THGND2 THGND3 THGND4 THGND5 THGND6 THGND7 TX RX CLK_D FSYNC PGAINR PGAINL SPKROUT1L PGAINL2 PGAINR2 SPKROUT2 SPKROUT1 A1INT SPKRIN SPKRGND1 SPKRGND2 SPKRM SPKRP A1LIN A1LOUT ALRTREF ALRTIN ALRTVCC ALRTOUTP

R221 39K

FILT_3.3V_GCAP3 GCAP3_1 GCAP3_2

GRN_LED RED_LED BacklightC227 4.7uF

TP201

PGM0 = 1 PGM1 = 0

C252 10uF

R296 470

LEDG LEDR BLSNK MAINFET BPLUS ISENSE CHRGC BATTFDBK BATTERY PSRC1 LX1 PGND1 FB1 BGBYP PSRC2 LX2 FB2 SPIVCC REF1 REF1VCC REF2 REF2VCC REF3 REF3VCC VIN1 V1 VSEN1 VSIN VSIM1 VIN2 V2 VIN3 V3 V4DRV V4 PA_DRV PA_ON1 PA_SENSE REF1_VCC VN1 VN1IN VN2 VN2IN AD7DSCBYP AD8 DWNBP USBPWR USBVCC USBPOS

FILT_3.3V_GCAP3

C285 1.0uF

Close to B+

D14 G10 E8 P6 P7 K7 M6 N7 L7 M9 P9 N8 N9 P5 K8 P8 L9 K12 H13 H12 A9 B9 A11 B11 E13 E14 N12 M12 M13 N2 P1 G12 H14 J11 K14 N13 P14 P13 J14 J10 J12 J13 C14 D12 F13 F14 E9

VTS_2.3V_GCAP3

VTS_2.3V_GCAP3

FILT_3.3V_GCAP3

C208 0.1uF

C216 10uF

place close to ALRT_VCC pin

16.8_MHz_CLK

DC Supply & Audio Schematic Diagram (GCAP 3) sheet 1 of 2

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

Q201

SOFT_TURN_OFF G

4

3

5

2

TRANSCEIVER 800 MHz

IDLE SOFT_TURN_OFF

4.2 - 38

SWB+

RT200

SWB+ U201 MAX1685

1

FILT_3.3V FILT_3.3V_GCAP3

R295 0

E208

AGND

F200 2.5A

C253 .01uF C243 0.1uF

5

RAW_B+ VR201 13V

C296 0.1uF

C297 33pF

C282 C200 33uF 0.1uF

D203

C246 C240 33pF 0.1uF

R287 100K

L202 47uH

PWM Filter

L200 4.7nH

DNP

R294 12K DNP

PWM1_1.8V

C248 33pF

C241 0.1uF

D202 C224 33uF

C242 C201 0.1uF 10uF

GCAP3_2

FUSED_B+

C245 C229 0.1uF 1.0uF

E200 BLM21P300S

PGND

FUSED_B+ G

C250 0.1uF

L201 15uH

16

C280 10uF

4 CVL ILIM_SS 6 AIN REF 13 IN LX1 14 LX2 CVH FB CC BOOT SYNC_PVM

FILT_3.3V_GCAP3

10 2 3 1 7 8 12 9

C234 0.1uF

TP205

G

11 EN_STBY 15 EN_SHDN

GCAP3_1 PWM1_1.8V

6

G

R229 33K

7.2 VOLTS

ENV_TEMP

G C286 270pF

R286 100K HW_ID=116 DNP

G

V3_2.775V_GCAP3

G

G

VTS_2.3V VTS_2.3V VTS_2.3V

R208 820K

R277 330K

6 3 EN_SD EN_ERR 1 5 FB OUT 2 IN

E212 48nH

HW_ID0

GND

C219 0.47uF

HW_ID1

HW_ID2

5.5V_RF R243 1K

C299 33pF

C220 0.47uF

R220 200K

R242 6.8K

5.5V_GCAP3

G

4

SWB+

R241 33K

R240 33K

U205 ADP3331

R244 1K

R245 3.3K

Place not under the Shield

G

V1_3V

G

EXT_SPKR+

G

EXT_SPKR-

C272 33pF

C213 4.7uF

C257 4.7uF

DNP

DNP

5V_RF 5V_GCAP3

V4_DRV FILT_3.3V_GCAP3

C278 33pF

C294 E207 270pF 48nH

C290 E205 270pF 48nH

C295 0.1uF

C291 0.1uF C292 E206 270pF 48nH

3 Q202

1

Q204

2

DNP

EXT_SPKR_SEL

C258 4.7uF

C259 4.7uF

C225 33uF GCAP3_5

G

GCAP3_4

C209 4.7uF

DC Supply & Audio Schematic Diagram (GCAP 3) sheet 2 of 2

DNP

C210 4.7uF

V4_2.775V V4_2.775V_GCAP3

V3_2.775V V3_2.775V_GCAP3 TP206

SWB+

AUDIO_PA_ENABLE G

C261 4.7uF

G

E211 BLM11B601S

R256 20K

SH201 SHIELD

G

G

C276 33pF

DNP

E210 BLM11B601S

C277 33pF SH200 SHIELD

INT_SPKR-

C260 4.7uF

G

GND2

2 7 9 12 19

G

C212 4.7uF

C244 0.1uF

C247 33pF

C251 33pF GCAP3_6

1

C271 10uF

NC1 NC2 NC3 NC4 NC5

10

GCAP3_7

GND1

U202 TDA8547 6 SELECT 4 MODE 5 SVR

INT_SPKR+

GCAP3_3

8 OUT2POS 13 OUT2NEG

R281 10K

R278 20K

C275 33pF

G

V2_2.775V_GCAP3

11

15 IN2POS 14 IN2NEG

R279 130K C283 0.1uF

E204 BLM11B601S

3 OUT1POS 18 OUT1NEG

VREF2_2.775V

16 IN1POS 17 IN1NEG

C211 10uF R298 0

G

R252 20K

V2_2.775V V2_2.775V_GCAP3

VREF2_2.775V

C274 E203 0.1uF BLM11B601S

VCC2

R280 10K C270 0.1uF

VCC1

20

C273 10uF

HW_ID2 G

R255 10

HW_ID1 G

R254 130K

HW_ID0 G

FUSED_B+

C223 10uF

C293 0.1uF

ZMY013010998-O

TRANSCEIVER 800 MHz

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

4.2 - 39

40-PIN CONNECTOR R106 22

J100 DATA CLOCK BacklightRESET

J100-38 J100-39 J100-21 J100-22

G

C112 33pF

R107 22

SPIB_MOSI

C119 33pF

C113 33pF

G G G C118 33pF

C114 33pF

SPIB_CLK BacklightRESET_OUT

C115 33pF

R2

C2 C1

4 3 2

G

DISPLAY_RS

G

SPIB_CS1_DISPLAY

G

KP_COL0

G

SIDE_SWB+_EN G R108 33K

5

2

6

1

D100

KP_COL1

J100-31

10

C2

R1

C1

1

GND1 6

R2

3 2

G

KP_COL2

G

KP_COL3

G

KP_COL4

G

RAW_B+

ROW1 ROW2 ROW3

G

KP_ROW0

J100-27 J100-25 J100-23

8 9 10

GND1 6

7

R3

R113C105 7.5K

U105 EZAST21 C4 C3

R2

C2

R1

C1

V3_2.775V G BOT_SWB+_EN G

5 4 3 2

G

KP_ROW1

G

KP_ROW2

G

KP_ROW3

G

KP_ROW4

4

R115 39K

R114 33K

3

5

2

6

1

IO_1 C102 33pF

G S100 SWITCH 1 A1 3 A2

B1 2 B2 4

SIDE BUTTON 3

4

BAT_CODE E100 BK1005HM471 G

C116 33pF

Q102

1

KP_ROW4_UNFLTR

SIDE BUTTON 3

KP_COL4 G

2

3

G VREF2_2.775V G V3_2.775V

VR106 3.9V

KP_ROW4

R117 39K

BAT_DATA_IN G

R116 2.2K 3

D101 2

4 R118 56K

5

Q103

ZMY0131008-O

1

3

GND

J100-19 J100-5 J100-16 J100-1 J100-14 J100-15 J100-35 J100-3 J100-17 J100-9 J100-7 J100-8 J100-10 J100-2 J100-12 J100-13 J100-40 J100-34 J100-37 J100-11 J100-4 J100-6 J100-18 J100-20

VR100 13V

BATTERY INTERFACE CIRCUITRY 5.5V_RF BAT_DATA_PULL_UP

G

Backlight+ V3_2.775V

0.1uF

Q101

1 GND2

ROW4

J100-29

R4

R112 12K

5 RESET 3 2 CIN1 OUT 6 7 RS_NEG COUT1 8 RS_POS

R109 0.1

1 GND2

ROW0

9

4

6

J100-24

C3

R3

U111 MAX4373

1

COL4

8

R111 10K

VCC

J100-26

1

GND

J100-28

COL3

5

5

C104 0.1uF

U104 EZAST21 C4

2

4

4

COL2

R4

3 V3_2.775V

R110 10K

7

VR105 13V

2

R1

5

SIDE_OPT_B+

G

10

C3

4

J100-30

9

R3

1 GND2

COL1

J100-32

8

G

5

COL0

J100-33

7

R122 0

C4

3

G

CHIP_SEL

J100-36

R4

4

G

DISPLAY_RS

R121 0

GND1 6

Q100 U103 EZAST21

BAT_DATA_OUT G

I/O Interface Schematic Diagram sheet 1 of 2

4.2 - 40

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

TRANSCEIVER 800 MHz

16-PIN

CONNECTOR J110

V3_2.775V G

TP100

TP101

TP102

TP103

R100

C4

GND1 6

DNP 5

TxD_USB+

G

INT_MIC-

G

J110-1

J110-2 C100

C101

33pF

33pF

J110-3

U100

39K

(133K PULL DOWN IN GCPA3)

INT_MIC+

EZAST21

R4

IO_1

7

G 4

RxD_USB-

R3

C3

8

G 3

USB_PWR_RTS_RESETIN

C2

R2

9

G 2

RS232_CTS

C1

R1

10

GND2

G

J110-4

USB+(TXD/TDO)

J110-5

USB-(RXD/TDI)

J110-6

USB POWER/RTS/RESET IN

J110-7

700 mA Switched B+ Supply

J110-8

MCU_DE/CTS

4

6

3

5.6V

2

5

1

1

VR101

E102

E104

E106

E108

E110

E112

E114

E116

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

G

R101

R102

39K

39K

5

RS232_DCD G

4

E105

E107

E109

E111

E113

E115

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

C4

C3

R4

R3

7

J110-9

8

G 3

RS232_DTR G

2

R2

C2

R1

C1

9

10

G GND2

DSP_DE/FS/DCD

J110-10

TCK/SCK/RI

J110-11

TMS/SRDA/DTR

J110-12

TRST/STDA/DSR

J110-13

BOTTOM OPTION 1

J110-14

BOTTOM OPTION 2

1

5.6V

E118

E120

E122

E124

E126

E128

E130

E132

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

5

2

1

6

VR102 4

RS232_DSR

E103 SPARK_GAP

EZAST21

3

RS232_RI

E101 SPARK_GAP

U101

R103 39K

GND1 6

G

G

TP105TP106 V3_2.775V V3_2.775VV3_2.775V

G

V3_2.775V

TP104

E117

E119

E121

E123

E125

E127

E129

E131

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

4

R3

7

8

G 3

C2

R2

C1

R1

JTAG/RADIO ON/OFF

9

J110-15

G 2

J110-16

10

HEADSET/KEYFAIL

G VR103 5.6V VR104

1

0.22uF

3

C117

1

HEADSET_KEYFAIL

R4

4

CE_ON_OFF

C4

C3

6

OPT_SEL_2

5

EZAST21

G

GND2

OPT_SEL_1

R120 1K

GND1 6

U102 R119 1K

I/O Interface Schematic Diagram (sheet 2 of 2)

2

5

13V E134

E136

E138

E140

E142

E144

E146

E148

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

E133

E135

E137

E139

E141

E143

E145

E147

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

SPARK_GAP

ZMY013101009-O

TRANSCEIVER 800 MHz

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

SPARK_GAP E020

SPARK_GAP E033

SPARK_GAP E030

SPARK_GAP E041

SPARK_GAP E038

SPARK_GAP E036

SPARK_GAP E039

SPARK_GAP E084

SPARK_GAP E088

SPARK_GAP E085

SPARK_GAP E042

SPARK_GAP E090

SPARK_GAP E087

SPARK_GAP E095

SPARK_GAP E091

SPARK_GAP E094

SPARK_GAP E028

SPARK_GAP E025

SPARK_GAP E034

SPARK_GAP E031

SPARK_GAP E037

SPARK_GAP E043

SPARK_GAP E040

SPARK_GAP E089

SPARK_GAP E086

SPARK_GAP E093

3

1

4

6

SPARK_GAP E022 24-PIN CONNECTOR

SPARK_GAP E027

SPARK_GAP E024

SPARK_GAP E035

SPARK_GAP E032

VR002 5.6V

2

5

SPARK_GAP E021

SPARK_GAP E029

SPARK_GAP E026

SPARK_GAP E023

4.2 - 41

VIBRATOR

J002-1 SIDE_OPT_SEL3

J002-2

KDSV_2

SIDE_RTS

J002-3

KDSV_3

SIDE_CTS

J002-4

KDSV_4

SIDE_TX

J002-5

KDSV_5

SIDE_RX

J002-6

KDSV_1

KDSV_6

J002-7 SIDE_OPT_SEL1

J002-8

KDSV_7 SIDE_OPT_SEL2

J002-9

KDSV_8 EXT_MIC

J002-10

EXT_MIC

J002-11 SIDE_OPT_B+

J002-12

SIDE_OPT_B+

EXT_SPKR-

J002-13

EXT_SPKR-

EXT_SPKR+

J002-14

EXT_SPKR+

J002-15 ON

J002-16

KDSV_9 VTS_2.3V

J002-17

VTS_2.3V VOL

J002-18

KDSV_10

J002-19 INT_EAR+

J002-20

INT_EAR+

INT_EAR-

J002-21

INT_EAR-

J002-22 INT_SPKR+

J002-23

INT_SPKR-

J002-24

E049 SPARK_GAP

3

1

4

E055 SPARK_GAP

E052 SPARK_GAP

E058 SPARK_GAP

E061 SPARK_GAP

E064 SPARK_GAP

E011 SPARK_GAP

E098 SPARK_GAP

E067 SPARK_GAP

E051 SPARK_GAPSPARK_GAP

E054 SPARK_GAP

E057

E060 SPARK_GAP

E063 SPARK_GAP

E066 SPARK_GAP

E097 SPARK_GAP

E010 SPARK_GAP

E013 SPARK_GAP

E092 SPARK_GAP

ZMY0131014-O

2

E048 SPARK_GAP

INT_SPKR-

E014 SPARK_GAP

VR001 5.6V E045 SPARK_GAP

5

6

E046 SPARK_GAP

INT_SPKR+

E044 SPARK_GAP

E047 SPARK_GAP

E050 SPARK_GAP

E053 SPARK_GAP

E056 SPARK_GAP

E059 SPARK_GAP

E062 SPARK_GAP

E065 SPARK_GAP

E096 SPARK_GAP

E099 SPARK_GAP

E012 SPARK_GAP

E015 SPARK_GAP

Switches And Associated Components Schematic Diagram (sheet 1 of 2)

4.2 - 42

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

TRANSCEIVER 800 MHz

VREF2_2.775V G

TX/RX LED

3

D001 LNJ123W8P0MT

R001 1K GRN_LEDRED_LED 1

8 NEG1 7 NEG2 6 NEG3 5 NEG4

1 POS1 2 POS2 3 POS3 4 POS4

KDSV_1 KDSV_2 KDSV_7 KDSV_8

V3_2.775V

EXT_MIC

G G G G G

V3_2.775V VIBRATOR SIDE_OPT_SEL3 SIDE_OPT_SEL1 SIDE_OPT_SEL2

G

EXT_MIC

G

SIDE_OPT_B+

EXT_SPKR-

G

EXT_SPKR-

G

EXT_SPKR+

E002 BK20104M601 1 POS1 2 POS2 3 POS3 4 POS4

G

INT_EAR+

INT_EAR-

G

INT_EAR-

INT_SPKR+

G

INT_SPKR+

INT_SPKR-

G

INT_SPKR-

10

KDSV_6

C014-1 33pF

C014-2 33pF

C014-3C014-4 33pF 33pF33pF

C015-2

C015-1 33pF

C015-3 33pF

G

ON VOL FILT_3.3V

SIDE BUTTON 2

1 IN_A1 3 IN_A2

G G R006 39K

SIDE_TX SIDE_CTS

S004 SWITCH

R007 39K

KP_COL2

1 A1 3 A2

G

B1 2 B2 4

KP_ROW4_UNFLTR

G

U005 EZAST21

R2

C2

R1

C1

R008 39K

4

R009 39K

V3_2.775V

3

EMERGENCY BUTTON

6 OUT_Y1 4 OUT_Y2

1 IN_A1 3 IN_A2

2

U002 NL27WZ16

5

C3

G 5

VCC

C4

R3

C015-4 33pF

B1 2 B2 4

1 A1 3 A2

G

G G

S005 SWITCH

SIDE_RTS SIDE_RX

E005 BK1005HM471

B1 2 B2 4

1 A1 3 A2

GND

9

KDSV_5

KP_COL1KP_ROW4_UNFLTR

EMERGENCY

G VR008 3.9V

2

8

KDSV_4

R4

6 OUT_Y1 4 OUT_Y2

1 GND2

7

KDSV_3

S003 SWITCH

5

INT_EAR+

U001 NL27WZ16

G

VCC

VTS_2.3V

GND

G

GND1 6

VTS_2.3V

G G G

2

KDSV_9 KDSV_10

8 NEG1 7 NEG2 6 NEG3 5 NEG4

G

SIDE BUTTON 1

SIDE_OPT_B+

EXT_SPKR+

2

G R002 1K

E001 BK20104M601

C008 33pF

BATTERYCONTACTS J001 G

RAW_B+_RF

G

RAW_B+ SPARK_GAP E068 R003 39K

R004 39K

R010 39K

SPARK_GAPSPARK_GAP E069 E070

SPARK_GAP E071

SPARK_GAPSPARK_GAP SPARK_GAP E072 E073

SPARK_GAP E074

G

VR009 13V

C010 33pF Batt_Ground

E075

S001 SWITCH

2

5

E076 E077 SPARK_GAPSPARK_GAP

E078 E079 SPARK_GAPSPARK_GAP

E080 SPARK_GAP

E081 E082 SPARK_GAPSPARK_GAP

E083 SPARK_GAP

GND1

VR007 5.6V

PTT BUTTON PC3 GND

C006-4 33pF

PC0 PC1 PC2 C0 C1

9

C006-3 33pF

1 2 4 C0 C1

7

C006-2 33pF

3

C006-1 33pF

1

8 NEG1 7 NEG2 6 NEG3 5 NEG4 4

G G G G

6

SW_8 SW_1 SW_2 SW_4

Batt_B+ C009 33pF

R005 39K

E003 BK20104M601 1 POS1 2 POS2 3 POS3 4 POS4

2 DATA 1 NEG 3 POS

Data

G

V3_2.775V V3_2.775V

G

V3_2.775V

G

V3_2.775V

G

FREQUENCY SWITCH

BAT_CODE

8

S002 SWITCH 1 A1 3 A2

B1 2 B2 4

E004 BK1005HM471 G VR006 3.9V

C007 33pF

ZMY0131015-O Switches And Associated Components Schematic Diagram (sheet 2 of 2)

PTT

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MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

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RX_2.775V

E501

L503

BK1005HM471

220nH V4_2.775V

RX_2.775V

G

GPO6/DCLICIN

4.7uF

5

0.1uF

4

C536 3

G C527

GP06_DCLICIN

Q501 C524 33pF

1

2

TP501

C531 1000pF L513

C533

12nH

33pF

L514

GIC

KFN6237

R516

109.65MHz

0 1

4 IN

C529

C537

C538

PREINI

G

PREINIB

10pF

7.5pF

2.2pF

C535

2pF

R509 18

L510 390nH

OUT C522

GND3

100

390nH

GND2

150pF

IF

L509

22pF

2

R510

C534 2.74V

5

RF

C528

6

GND1

LO

10pF

6

4

GND

3

220nH

G C523

FL502

5

2

GND

0.56V

L507

3

R511 39

120nH

VDD

1

U502 TQ5M31

C539

C540

2.7pF

7.5pF

L508 220nH

R529

R528

270

270

36pF

DNP

RX_2.775V

R502 220

BK1005HM471 E500

7.5nH

C501

C500

.01uF

6.8pF

G

RX_TETRA

GND1

GND2

GND3

L500 1

3

GND4

D500

19nH

0.1uF

2

GND1

TP500 2

Q500 1

GND2

GND3

GND4

GND5

C511

33pF

1

3

4

5

0 DNP

GND6

R506

7

9.0nH

8

L505

IN

6.8nH

33pF

4

L501

C512

FL501 OUT

2

1K

1.8V

C508

3.6pF

6

IN

GND5

3 VPD

4.7pF

OUT

R500

RF0UT

C514 C530

FL500 6

1.27V

5

4

1

GND6

DNP

RFIN

7

33pF

0.1uF

2pF

8

C516

C517

C519

RF2361

GND1

5

U500 GND2

4 GND2

3

GND1

TETRA_RX_LO G

L502 12nH

L520

2

FL503 LP0805A0967AWTR 2 1 IN OUT

3

4

5

ZMY0131010-O RX_2.775V

GP05_DCLICP G

GPO5/DCLICP

C510

SH500

SH501

SHIELD

SHIELD

33pF

Receiver Front End Schematic Diagram

4.2 - 44

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

TRANSCEIVER 800 MHz

2.775V_WPIC

V3 L603

V4_2.775V

G

36nH G

G

C635

C636

270pF

270pF

2.775V_WPIC

WPIC1(1:8)

R621

2.775V_WPIC

5.6K VCTRL

G

C640

2

0.1uF

3

V3 U601 68C21 2

GND

G

C10

1

B11 C11

2.775V_WPIC

B10 7

C8

8

A8

5

A9

B9

6

D8

4

A10

3

C606

A11

0.1uF

E1 B8 C7 C4 A7

C607 0.1uF

C608

C651

PREINI

2.775V_WPIC

D4 TP600

.047uFC609

.01uF

A5

3300pF

D3

TP601

C3

G

A1 A2 B4 A4 B3

C652

2.775V_WPIC

A3

.01uF PREINIB

C615 1000pF

G

B1 D2 C2

C601

B2

330pF

D1 RX_2ND_LO

G

C1 2.775V_WPIC

F1 F3 E2

C610 0.1uF C611

R603

E3

2.2K

B5

0.1uF

C614

F2

.01uF

J3 H1 H2 J1 H3 G1

2.775V_WPIC

G2 2.775V_WPIC

G10

2.775V_WPIC

H9 D6 C616

C617

0.1uF

0.1uF

F4 F8

C612

H6

.015uF

H10

DUMMY

TCLKB TCLK QGND REFVCC OUTQB OUTQ REFGND OUTIB

33pF

VCOCT2 SERIALVCC OSCENB MNCPGND ADAPT MNCPVCC SFOUT SFBYP

OUTI

SFVCC

TSLOTB

SFGND

TSLOT VAG

VBLIN VCNTO

TCAPP

LOGICGND

TCAPM

LOGICVCC

BBFVCC CREF BBFGND TEST1_EERI TEST2_EERQ PRAVCC1 PRAGNDDIG PRAGND PREINI

OSCGND XTALWARP XTALEMIT XTALBASE OSCVCC FMOUT_GPO3 PLLCP PLLCPVCC PLLEMIT

PREINIB

PLLBASE_TEST_SC2

PREING

CPGT

PREINGB RFA0

CLKOUT CPGITR

DMXVCCDIG

RXFS_SFS_TEST_SO2

DMXGNDDIG

SRD_TEST_SO1

DMXGND LOIN

SERIALGND AGCDRIVE

DMXVCC

TXCLK_SCK

AGCVCC

TXE_TXKEY

AGC AGCGND VAGBYP PRAVCC2 TXKEYOUT_TEST_SO3

RXCLK STD_TEST_SI3 DMCS_TEST_SI1 NVCC CLKSEL_TEST_SC3

DETSW_TEST_SI2

NGND

SATDET

QVCC

GSMDP_GPO2

SPII

CTTIME_GPO1

SPICLK

MAINVCC PRSCIN MAINGND REFPLLVCC RXACQ

CEX TESTD_GPO4 TM RSTB DCLQCIN_GPO8

PKGGND1

DCLQCP_GPO7

PKGGND2

ASW_TEST_SC1

PKGGND3

VCOCT1

PKGGND4

DCLICP_GPO5

REFPLLGND

C602

5

0.1uF

6

J2

DCLICIN_GPO6

7

H11

8

J9 K2

G

TSLOT

G

TSLOTB

C641 0.1uF

G

OUTIB

G

OUTI

G

OUTQB

G

OUTQ

G

WPIC_OSC_EN

R624 200

R623 68

L1 H4 L4 K4 J4

C619

R604

0.1uF

33

C643

C644

C645

C646

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

C620 0.1uF

2.775V_WPIC

K3

5V_RF+

L5 J6 L7

G

VBLIN

G

VCNTO

K7 2.775V_WPIC

K5 J8 L6 C629

K6 G

J7

Ded_Synt_Ref

0.1uF

2.775V_WPIC

B7 C626

F11

2.775V_WPIC

0.1uF

F9 G9 G11

R612

L2

0

F10 G

L3 L11

C647 KT19

C653

J11 L8

16.8_MHz_CLK

9 G

WPIC_SRD

DNP

G3 K11

2

H8

3

16.80MHz

R627 1

3

0

VCON

OUT

J10 K10

0.1uF

Y601

270pF

4

L10 E9

G

TCXO_WARP

G

WPIC_TXE

2.775V_WPIC

C9 D11 D10

2.775V_WPIC

L9

5

K9

6

K8

7

D9 E11 E10

8

WPIC2(2:9)

C6 A6 J5 K1 B6 C5

2 R608

3

100K

4

DNP

5 6 7 8 9

PRSCIN G

TCLKB

4

5V_RF+

G

G

VCC

5V_RF

4

C618

TCLK

GND

G

G

2

V3_2.775V

1500pF

1

C605

G

WPIC_TXCLK

G

WPIC_STD

G

SPIA_MOSI

G

SPIA_CLK

G

SPIA_CS0_WPIC

G

RESET_OUT

G

WPIC_FSYNC

R611 100K DNP

G

ASW

R602 51

G

DNP

RX_ACQ

G

GP05_DCLICP

G

TETRA_2nd_LO_Enable

G

GP06_DCLICIN

Tetra RX Mixer + 2nd LO Enable WPIC SHIELD SH600 GPO6/DCLICIN

SHIELD R610 100K DNP

ZMY0131011-A

Receiver Back End Schematic Diagram

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4.2 - 45

G

V4_2.775V

C968 0.1uF

R800 100

C833 E806

C831

BLM11B601S

43pF

Q805 2

C832

R801

.022uF

510

43pF

L801

L800

220nH

220nH

SH900

SH901

SH903

SH902

SH800

SH801

SHIELD

SHIELD

SHIELD

SHIELD

SHIELD

SHIELD

3

4 LO_DRIVER_EN

G

1

5 U801 SLCS090P082

MVCO_PS

G

IN

C827 3pF

3

6 OUT_1

5V_RF G

1

G

43pF

43pF From FGU

V4_2.775V

C829

C851

4

OUT_2

C828

ISO_PORT

C830

2.7pF

DNP

43pF E807 BLM11B601S R802

L905

51

220nH

R803

R804

51

51 C800

C801

C802

C803

C807

0.1uF

43pF

43pF

43pF

43pF

C805

C804

C806

L808

4.7uF

43pF

0.1uF

220nH

T800

C852

MVCO

4 C808

C809

C810

0.1uF

0.1uF

L807

0.1uF

3 C853 43pF

6

57

58 59

FROM WPIC TCLK

60 G

G

TSLOT

G

61

TSLOTB

G

OUTQB

G

53

63 VCC2

40

VCC

VCCU

VCCD

17

34

22

VOFF

VCCO

14

LP1I

MVCO MVCOB

LP2QB

RFINB

LP2Q

LCAP

RFOUTB

LOQB

RFOUT

LOQ

LP2IB

LOIB

LP2I

LOI CAPR BINQB

CAPRB

C815

C814

43pF

.022uF

300

DNP

DNP

43pF

16

27 28

ASW

G

29

C819 4700pF

(WPIC)

30 31 32 37

C820

41

4700pF

42 43 44 47

C821

48

.022uF

C822

C824

43pF

.022uF

C825 43pF

51 52 54 55 R808

C823

C826

43pF

43pF

39

64 1

ZMY0130999-A

R810 39 C817

BINIB BINI

R923

300

C844

BINQ

7

TCLKB

LP1IB

OVCOB

R922

26

.015uF GND2

56

43pF

LP1Q

GNDU

46

NC

C818 .015uF

62

45 C849

DUMMY

LP1QB

OVCO

50

38

43pF

LnODCT

SLTB

USUB

C848

RFIN

49

36

CAPO

SLT

GND

24 25

SPISB

GNDD

20

CAPM

DSUB

close to IC pins

SPIO

39

19

TST4

SPII

35

Must be placed

TST3

VSSR

10 G

SPIC

GND0

9

ASW

23

6 G

CPO

TST2

33

5

5

0.1uF

MRSTB

21

G

VCP

8 4

C811

TST1

GOFF

3

DNP

1

XC390138

CLKIB

GCP

2

CLKI

LSUB

G

12

18

SPIA_MOSI

11

DGND

G

15

G

SPIA_CLK

13

RESET_OUT

VDD

From Redcap

GND

43pF

G

U803

SPIA_CS2_ODCT

R921 0

43pF 2

10nH

SPIA_MISO

C901

C850

XFMR

43pF

C934 R806 0

R914

43pF

36

C816 6800pF C846 2.2pF

OUTQ

G

OUTIB

G

OUTI

DNP C812

C836

C813

43pF

43pF

43pF

C845 2.2pF DNP

R915

R913

150

150

G

Transmitter Schematic Diagram (sheet 1 of 2)

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MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

TRANSCEIVER 800 MHz

RAW_B+_RF

G

G

SWB+

FL801 15B01

L910

C937

27nH

43pF

806MHz-915MHz C935 D901

43pF

1

IN

OUT

6 43pF

GND4

GND3

GND2

GND1

GND

C949 L912

J800

7

5

4

3

2

9.18nH

E808 FBMH3216HM

L911

C951

9.96nH

43pF

C936 C907

C908

C902

C903

C904

C924

C926

43pF

.022uF

100uF

100uF

100uF

43pF

.022uF

L908

C964

15.68nH

0.1uF

2.4pF

L918

2

0.1uF

100nH

DNP

DNP

1pF

C943

G

220nH

C944

V4_2.775V

C922

C948

1

L914

1.5pF

3pF

D903

C956 R809 5.6K

1pF

DNP

R920

43pF

5.6pF

DNP

L906 6nH

5

C915

4

C914

3

43pF

Q806

Q800

200

C932

C916

C918

C963

1.2pF

5.1pF

18pF

18pF

DNP

DNP

H800 HEATSINK

L909

0.1uF

220nH

C940

R911

43pF

18

G

R807 68K

R924

C955

9.96nH

VCNTO

G L904

L915

(WPIC)

E810

POS

ANT_EN

RX_TETRA to RX FE

C938

G

33K

1pF

(REDCAP) U907 4

R919

C942

43pF

1

22K

D803

C941

LMC7101BI 2 L900

3

R908

220nH

5

C958

C921

0.1uF

43pF

43pF

100K

DNP

DNP

0

R931 200

C931

L901

C913

C967

C928

2.2pF

3

1

from REDCAP

COUP_PORT

DNP

C966

7.5pF

6.2pF

DNP

G G

NC4 4

3.9nH

8 7 1

H

5 EN_CS

.022uF

C962

.022uF

43pF

E811

RT800

Transmitter Schematic Diagram (sheet 2 of 2)

DIN

ZMY01301000-A

G C835 43pF

TX2

PA_TEMP

4

GND

43pF

C910

G G G

3

2

C909

U802 MAX5401

CLK_S

W L

C961

V4_2.775V

0.1uF

6

NC3

PA_BIAS

C957

51

NC2

EP

L902

4.7pF

2

0

4

17

2.7pF

C965

NC1

GND2

15

C912

7

OUT

R909

GND4

10

.018uF

VG2

10pF

3 IN

8 9

C969

VG1

GND3

43pF

VD1 G2

300

R902 1

GND1

11

RFOUT2

13

G

VCNTRL

R912

5

14

RFOUT1

GND1

VBLIN

1

1K

RFIN

5

WPIC

TX1

43pF

C927

6

12

R930

8.2pF

U806 SLCS090MP084

U800 30C65 16

C939

C933

2

.022uF

R916 300

5

DNP

C950

4

DNP

2

200

.022uF

10pF

Q801

6.8nH

VDD

VBLIN

C920

3

22K

R901

GND2

R929

D802

R910

SPIA_CLK SPIA_CS_PA_BIAS SPIA_MOSI

TRANSCEIVER 800 MHz

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

5V_RF

5V_RF

G

4.2 - 47

Q703 UMC5NTL

SF_OUT

SF_OUT

G

5 V4_2.775V

1

V4_2.775V

G TETRA_MAIN_VCO_ON

4

G

GND G GND

3

G

SF_4.5V

2

R705

L702

8.2K

100nH

C711

G

SF_4.5V

100nH

L705

1000pF

100nH

DNP

L706

C728

15nH

C725

R713

33pF

0

33pF

2.7pF

To Rx F/E G

R706

TP700

TETRA_RX_LO

56 C709 33pF 2.7pF

D701

L700 100nH VCTRL

33pF

3.6K L703

C720

R704 4.7K C701

C710

R710

1000pF

R707

C726

33pF

0

C718

1pF

2.7pF

NE68519

Q700

2.4pF

1pF

C724

Q702

C704

C702

1SV305

C712

R708 0 G

NE68519

PRSCIN

G

From Rx B/E

C700

D700

33pF

1SV305

Y700

10nH

0MHz

2pF

33pF

3.6K

1.6pF

C703

C727

R709

C705

L704

DNP

R700

C713

R711

10

33pF

270

C706

L701

2.4pF

100nH

MAIN VCO SHIELD SH700 SHIELD

R701 G

200

TETRA_TX_LO To Escort PLL

G

2.775V_WPIC

G

5V_RF

Rx 2nd LO VCO Circuit

GPO6

TETRA_2nd_LO_Enable G C734 270pF

C737 1000pF SF_4.5V

LE

FOLD

G

G

3

2

SPIA_MOSI

From GCAP3

20 DOIF 18 FINIF2 17 FINIF

NC1

GND1 4

7

GND3

GND2 10

19

GND4

NC2

NC3 218 NC4

L731 BLM11B601S

SYNT_CS_

From RedCap

14

16

13

SPIA_CLK

G

DATA FINRF1

GND5

9

G

From GCAP3

15

4

DORF

FINRF 1

1

24

23

2 VCC1

12 CLK

5 6

Q731

5

11

LMX23321SLSLB

6

3

VP1

VP2

C735 1000pF

VCC2

22

U730

C731 22pF

R738 100

C745

OSC_IN

G

R737

Ded_Synt_Ref

330pF

R734 2.2K

0.1uF

18K

From Rx B/E C732

C746

0.1uF

L732 12nH C740 6.2pF

C742 8.2pF

G

Q730 NE68519 C748 56pF

R733

C739

4.3K

1500pF

L730 D730

47nH

C741 3.9pF

R735 10K

100pF

RX_2ND_LO

To Rx B/E

C750 C751 150pF

C744 10pF

1SV305

RX 2ND LO SHIELD SH730

ZMY0131012-O

SHIELD

C743 C738

10pF

R736 270

.022uF

Frequency Generation Unit Schematic Diagram

4.2 - 48

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

TRANSCEIVER 800 MHz

SF_4.5V

G

G

5V_RF

R499 120

L458

C457

100nH

33pF

L459

C460

18nH

33pF

R456 3.6K C458 C459

1pF

Q459

1.6pF

G

C467

Q467

43pF

C456

5

From Main VCO Buffer

6

TETRA_TX_LO

4

NE68519

33pF

U461 TAR5S45 R467

C455

100

33pF

R452

5.5V_RF

10K

G

1 3

C494

R498

3

R483

G

1K

C466

C451

.01uF

10uF

C469

1

DNP

UMT1

R468

L466

L465

5.6nH

5.6nH

C487 43pF

56

VDD

4

15

0.1uF

Q460

BICMO885

R472 1K

C470

0.22uF

U460

43pF

L463

R463

R460

C450 10uF

100nH

1K

20K

C495 4.7uF

120

R462

43pF

NOISE

4

C483

R466 20K

C462

VOUT

CTRL

C493 .01uF

ESC_VCO_BUF_ENG

1K

V1_3V

2

4.7uF 1

51

VIN GND

R453

2

R454 2.7K

5

7

From RedCap SPIA_MOSI

2 G

13

From RedCap

16 R461

9

100K G

GND

G

3

RTESTOUT

CEX_A0

IDOWN

RTESTCLK

IUP TESTOUT

DATA_RTB CPBIAS

NC

5

2

5

C482 5.1pF

10

Q464

L462

11 14 1

C486

NE68519

100nH

2pF C484

C485

2.7pF

5.6pF

DNP

FREQA FREQB

R473

C471

SPIEN

4

17

GND1

V1_3V

CLK_A1

3

8

G

6

6 G

470

.01uF

CPGND

SPIA_CLK

GND2

From RedCap

SPIA_CS1_ESCORT

R474

Q463

10

NE68519

12

C480 2.4pF R470 10

G

V1_3V

C476 5.1pF

4

6

L464

2.4pF

5

Q465 C481

100nH

C488 43pF

R465 0

C477 5.1pF

L461 120nH

C479 5.1pF

R471

R464 200

C473

C475

510pF

43pF

D460

3

2

100 Y460 0MHz

1

C478 1pF

RESONATOR

R476

1SV305

C490 43pF

R482 0

ZMY0131013-A

120 R477 1K

C461 43pF

C489 1pF

Q466 NE68519

R481 75 DNP C472 .015uF

ESC_VCO_BUF_EN

G

C491

R480 75 DNP

R459 15

43pF

To LNODCT IC

R478

G

680 SH400 SHIELD

R479 10

R458 15

15 To Phase Splitter G

ESCORT SHIELD

ESCORT Schematic Diagram

MVCO

R457

MVCO_PS

TRANSCEIVER 800 MHz

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

806-870 MHz Radio Parts List Circuit Ref C006

Motorola Part No. 2186133Z01

C007 C008 C009 C010 C014

2113743N38 2113743N38 2113743N38 2113743N38 2186133Z01

C015

2186133Z01

C100 C101 C102 C104

2113743N38 2113743N38 2113743N38 2113743M24

C105

2113743M24

C112 C113 C114 C115 C116 C117

2113743N33 2113743N33 2113743N38 2113743N38 2113743N38 2113743K16

C118 C119 C200

2113743N44 2113743N44 2113743M24

C201

2113928K09

C202 C203 C204 C205 C206 C207 C208

2113743L41 2113743L17 2113928N01 2113928N01 2113928N01 2113928N01 2113743M24

C209

2113928C04

C210 C211

2185802B01 2311049A72

C212 C213 C214

Not Placed Not Placed 2113928C04

C215

2113928C04

Description Capacitor Array 33PF +/-10% 0805 Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Capacitor Array 33PF +/-10% 0805 Capacitor Array 33PF +/-10% 0805 Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Chip 20.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 20.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip .220 UF +80-20% 16V Cap Chip 56.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 56.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Cer Chip 10.0 UF 6.3V 10% Cap Chip 10000 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip 1000 PF 10% X7R Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Cer Chip 4.7UF 6.3V10%0805 Cap 10V 4.7UF Cap Tant Chip 10.0UF 10% 10V GCAM Dummy Part Number GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Cer Chip 4.7UF 6.3V10%0805 Cap Cer Chip 4.7UF 6.3V10%0805

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No.

C216

2311049A72

C217 C218 C219 C220 C221 C222 C223

2113743N38 2113743N38 2113743A27 2113743A27 2113928N01 Not Placed 2113928K09

C224

2311049C15

C225

2311049A97

C227

2113928C04

C229 C230 C231 C232 C233 C234

2113928A01 2113928A01 2113928A01 2113928A01 2113928A01 2113743M24

C235 C236 C237 C238 C239

2113928A01 2113743L17 2113743N30 2113743N30 2113743M24

C240

2113743M24

C241

2113743M24

C242

2113743M24

C243 C244 C245 C246 C247 C248 C249

Not Placed 2113928N01 2113928N01 2113743N38 2113743N38 2113743N38 2113928C04

C250

2113743M24

C251 C252

2113743N38 2113928K09

C253 C254 C256

2113743L41 2113928A01 Not Placed

Description Cap Tant Chip 10.0UF 10% 10V Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip .470 UF 10% 16V Cap Chip .470 UF 10% 16V Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Cer Chip 10.0 UF 6.3V 10% Cap Tant Chip 33.0 UF 10V 10% Cap Tant Chip 33 UF 16V 20% Cap Cer Chip 4.7UF 6.3V10%0805 Cap Cer Chip 1.0 UF1 0V Cap Cer Chip 1.0 UF1 0V Cap Cer Chip 1.0 UF1 0V Cap Cer Chip 1.0 UF1 0V Cap Cer Chip 1.0 UF1 0V Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Cer Chip 1.0 UF1 0V Cap Chip 1000 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip 15.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 15.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Cer Chip 4.7UF 6.3V10%0805 Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Cer Chip 10.0 UF 6.3V 10% Cap Chip 10000 PF 10% X7R Cap Cer Chip 1.0 UF1 0V GCAM Dummy Part Number

Circuit Ref

4.2 - 49

Motorola Part No.

C257 C258

Not Placed 2113928C04

C259

2113928C04

C260 C261

Not Placed 2113928C04

C265 C267 C269

Not Placed 2113743L17 2113743M24

C270 C271 C272 C273

2113928N01 2113928D08 Not Placed 2113743H14

C274 C275 C276 C277 C278 C279 C280 C282

2113928N01 2113743N38 2113743N38 2113743N38 2113743N38 2113743N41 2113743T19 2311049A97

C283 C285 C286 C287 C290 C291 C292 C293 C294 C295 C296

2113928N01 2113928A01 2113743L03 2113743L17 2113743L03 2113928N01 2113743L03 2113928N01 2113743L03 2113928N01 2113743M24

C297 C298 C299 C300 C301

2113743N38 2113741F47 2113743N38 2113743L41 2113743M24

C302

2113743M24

C303 C304 C305

2113743L41 2113741F45 2113741F49

Description GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Cer Chip 4.7UF 6.3V10%0805 Cap Cer Chip 4.7UF 6.3V10%0805 GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Cer Chip 4.7UF 6.3V10%0805 GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Chip 1000 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Ceramic Chip 10.0UF GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Chip 10.0 UF 16V +8020% Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap 10UF 16V Cer 3225 X5R Cap Tant Chip 33 UF 16V 20% Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Cer Chip 1.0 UF1 0V Cap Metal/poly Film 0.1 Cap Chip 1000 PF 10% X7R Cap Metal/poly Film 0.1 Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Metal/poly Film 0.1 Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Metal/poly Film 0.1 Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip CL2 X7R Reel 8200 Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 10000 PF 10% X7R CAP CHIP 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Chip 10000 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip CL2 X7R Reel 6800 Cap Chip CL2 X7R Reel 10000

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No.

C306

2311049A59

C307

2113743M24

C308 C309

2113743N38 2113928P04

C310 C311

2113743N38 2113928P04

C312

2311049A59

C313

2113743M24

C314

2113743M24

C315

2113743M24

C316

2113743M24

C317 C318

2113743L41 2113743M24

C319

2113743M24

C320 C321

2113743L41 2113743M24

C322 C323

2113743L41 2113743M24

C324

2113743M24

C325 C326

2113743L41 2113743M24

C327 C450

2113743L41 2113928K09

C451

2113928K09

C455 C456 C457 C458

2113743N38 2113743N38 2113743N38 2113743N03

C459

2113743N08

C460 C461 C462

2113743N38 2113743N41 2113743N41

Description Cap Tant Chip A/P 10UF 10% 6V Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Cer Chip 1.0UF 20% 6.3V Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Cer Chip 1.0UF 20% 6.3V Cap Tant Chip A/P 10UF 10% 6V Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Chip 10000 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Chip 10000 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Chip 10000 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Chip 10000 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Chip 10000 PF 10% X7R Cap Cer Chip 10.0 UF 6.3V 10% Cap Cer Chip 10.0 UF 6.3V 10% Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 1.0 PF +-.25PF COG Cap Chip 1.6 PF +-.25PF COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG

4.2 - 50

Circuit Ref

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

Motorola Part No.

C466 C467 C469

2113743L41 2113743N41 2113743K16

C470 C471 C472 C473 C475 C476 C477 C478

Not Placed 2113743L41 2113743L37 2113743L10 2113743N41 2113743N19 2113743N19 2113743N03

C479 C480

2113743N19 2113743N11

C481

2113743N11

C482 C483 C484

2113743N19 2113743N41 2113743N12

C485 C486 C487 C488 C489

2113743N20 Not Placed 2113743N41 2113743N41 2113743N03

C490 C491 C493 C494 C495 C500 C501 C508 C510 C511

2113743N41 2113743N41 2113743L41 2170282A03 2170282A03 2113743N22 2113743L41 2113743N38 2113743N38 2113743M24

C512 C514

2113743N38 2113743N15

C516 C517

2113743N38 2113743M24

C519 C522 C523 C524 C527

Not Placed 2113743N26 2113743N26 2113743N38 2113743M24

Description Cap Chip 10000 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip .220 UF +80-20% 16V GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Chip 10000 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip 6800 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip 510 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 5.1 PF +-.5PF COG Cap Chip 5.1 PF +-.5PF COG Cap Chip 1.0 PF +-.25PF COG Cap Chip 5.1 PF +-.5PF COG Cap Chip 2.4 PF +-.25PF COG Cap Chip 2.4 PF +-.25PF COG Cap Chip 5.1 PF +-.5PF COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 2.7 PF +-.25PF COG Cap Chip 5.6 PF +-.5PF COG GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 1.0 PF +-.25PF COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 10000 PF 10% X7R High Cap MLCC,4.7UF High Cap MLCC,4.7UF Cap Chip 6.8 PF +-.5PF COG Cap Chip 10000 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 3.6 PF +-.25PF COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Chip 10.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 10.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No.

C528 C529 C530

2113743N54 Not Placed 2113743N18

C531 C533 C534 C535 C536 C537 C538 C539 C540 C601 C602 C605 C606 C607 C608 C609 C610 C611 C612 C614 C615 C616 C617 C618 C619 C620 C626 C629 C635 C636 C640 C641

2113743L17 2113743N38 2113743N34 2113743N39 2170282A03 2113743N23 2113740L02 2113740F13 2113743N23 2113743L05 2113743N38 2113928N01 2113928N01 2113928N01 2113743E12 2113743L29 2113928N01 2113928N01 2113743E03 2113743L41 2113743L17 2113928N01 2113928N01 2113928N01 2113928N01 2113928N01 2113928N01 2113928N01 2113743L03 2113743L03 2113743L21 2113743M24

C643 C644 C645 C646 C647 C651 C652 C653 C700 C701

0885126C07 0885126C07 0885126C07 0885126C07 2113928N01 2113743L41 2113743L41 Not Placed 2113743N38 2113743N12

C702

2113743N12

C703

2113743N09

Description Cap Chip 150 PF 5% COG GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Chip 4.7 PF +-.25PF COG Cap Chip 1000 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 22.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 36.0 PF 5% COG High Cap MLCC,4.7UF Cap Chip 7.5 PF +-.5PF COG Cap Cer Chip 2.2 PF+-0.1PF Cap Chip Reel CL1 +/-30 2.7 Cap Chip 7.5 PF +-.5PF COG Cap Chip 330 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Chip .047UF 10% X7R Cap Chip 3300PF 10% X7R Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cer Chip Cap .015UF Cap Chip 10000 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip 1000 PF 10% X7R Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Metal/poly Film 0.1 Cap Metal/poly Film 0.1 Cap Chip 1500 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap 0.1 UF Poly Cap 0.1 UF Poly Cap 0.1 UF Poly Cap 0.1 UF Poly Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Chip 10000 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip 10000 PF 10% X7R GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 2.7 PF +-.25PF COG Cap Chip 2.7 PF +-.25PF COG Cap Chip 2.0PF +-.25PF COG

Circuit Ref

TRANSCEIVER 800 MHz

Motorola Part No.

C704

2113743N11

C705

2113743N08

C706

2113743N11

C709 C710 C711 C712 C713 C718

2113743N38 2113743N38 2113743L17 2113743N38 2113743N38 2113743N03

C720 C724

Not Placed 2113743N12

C725 C726

2113743N38 2113743N03

C727 C728 C731 C732 C734 C735 C737 C738

Not Placed 2113743N38 2113743N34 2113743L05 2113743L03 2113743L17 2113743L17 2113743M08

C739 C740 C741

2113743L21 2113743N21 2113743N16

C742 C743 C744 C745

2113743N24 2113743N26 2113743N26 2113743M24

C746 C748 C750 C751 C800 C801 C802 C803 C804 C805 C806 C807 C808 C809

2113928N01 2113743N44 2113743N50 2113743N54 2113928N01 2113743N41 2113743N41 2113743N41 2113743N41 2311049J11 2113928N01 2113743N41 2113928N01 2113928N01

Description Cap Chip 2.4 PF +-.25PF COG Cap Chip 1.6 PF +-.25PF COG Cap Chip 2.4 PF +-.25PF COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 1000 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 1.0 PF +-.25PF COG GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Chip 2.7 PF +-.25PF COG Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 1.0 PF +-.25PF COG GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Chip 33.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 22.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 330 PF 10% X7R Cap Metal/poly Film 0.1 Cap Chip 1000 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip 1000 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip 22000PF +80-20% Y5V Cap Chip 1500 PF 10% X7R Cap Chip 6.2 PF + -,5PF COG Cap Chip 3.9 PF +-.25PF COG Cap Chip 8.2 PF + -.5PF COG Cap Chip 10.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 10.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 100000 PF +8020% Y5V Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Chip 56.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 100 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 150 PF 5% COG Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Capacitor Tant 10% 4.7UF Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No.

C810 C811 C812 C813 C814

2113928N01 2113928N01 2113743N41 2113743N41 2113743M08

C815 C816 C817 C818 C819 C820 C821 C822 C823 C824 C825 C826 C827 C828

2113743N41 2113741F45 2113743E07 2113743E07 2113741F41 2113741F41 2113743E07 2113743N41 2113743N41 2113743E07 2113743N41 2113743N41 Not Placed 2113743N12

C829 C830 C831 C832

2113743N41 2113743N41 2113743N41 2113743M08

C833 C835 C836 C844 C845 C846 C848 C849 C850 C851 C852 C853 C901 C902

2113743N41 2113743N41 2113743N41 2113743N41 Not Placed Not Placed 2113743N41 2113743N41 2113743N41 2113743N41 2113743N41 Not Placed 2113743N41 2311049C49

C903

2311049C49

C904

2311049C49

C907 C908

2113743N41 2113743M08

C909

2113743M08

Description Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 22000PF +80-20% Y5V Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip CL2 X7R Reel 6800 Cer Chip Cap .022UF Cer Chip Cap .022UF Cap Chip CL2 X7R Reel 4700 Cap Chip CL2 X7R Reel 4700 Cer Chip Cap .022UF Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cer Chip Cap .022UF Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Chip 2.7 PF +-.25PF COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 22000PF +80-20% Y5V Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG GCAM Dummy Part Number GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Tant Chip 100 UF 10% 16V Cap Tant Chip 100 UF 10% 16V Cap Tant Chip 100 UF 10% 16V Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 22000PF +80-20% Y5V Cap Chip 22000PF +80-20% Y5V

TRANSCEIVER 800 MHz

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No.

C910

2113743M08

C912

2113743N12

C913 C914 C915 C916 C918 C920 C921 C922 C924 C926

2113743N41 2113743N41 2113743N23 Not Placed 2113743N32 Not Placed 2113743N41 Not Placed 2113743N41 2113743M08

C927

2113740L18

C928 C931 C932 C933 C934 C935 C936 C937 C938

Not Placed 2113743N21 2113743N41 2113740F42 2113743N41 2113740F42 2113740L03 2113743N41 2113743N03

C939 C940 C941 C942 C943 C944 C948 C949 C950

2113743N20 2113743N41 2113743N41 2113743N41 2113740L05 2113740F03 2113740F07 2113740F42 2113743M08

C951 C955 C956 C957 C958 C961 C962 C963 C964 C965 C966 C967 C968 C969

2113743N41 2113928N01 Not Placed 2113928N01 Not Placed 2113743N41 2113743N41 Not Placed 2113928N01 2113740L10 2113740L13 Not Placed 2113928N01 2113743E05

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

Description Cap Chip 22000PF +80-20% Y5V Cap Chip 2.7 PF +-.25PF COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 7.5 PF +-.5PF COG GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Chip 18.0 PF 5% COG GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 22000PF +80-20% Y5V Cap Cer Chip 10.0 PF +/.25PF GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Chip 6.2 PF + -,5PF COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip Reel CL1 +/-30 43 Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip Reel CL1 +/-30 43 Cap Cer Chip 2.4PF +-0.1PF Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 1.0 PF +-.25PF COG Cap Chip 5.6 PF +-.5PF COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Cer Chip 3.0 PF+/-0.1PF Cap Chip Reel CL1 +/-30 1.0 Cap Chip Reel CL1 +/-30 1.5 Cap Chip Reel CL1 +/-30 43 Cap Chip 22000PF +80-20% Y5V Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG Cap Chip 43.0 PF 5% COG GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cap Cer Chip 4.7 PF +-0.1PF Cap Cer Chip 6.2PF +-0.1PF GCAM Dummy Part Number Cap Cer Chip 0.1UF 10% 6.3 Cer Chip Cap .018UF

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No.

D001

4809118D03

D100

4802245J47

D101

4802245J47

D202

4813833A19

D203

4813833A19

D460 D500 D700 D701 D730 D802 D803 D901 D903 E001

4809877C13 4813825A19 4809877C13 4809877C13 4809877C13 4885908A02 4885908A02 4809948D13 4809948D13 2486132Z01

E002

2486132Z01

E003

2486132Z01

E004 E005 E100 E200 E201 E202 E203 E204 E205 E206 E207 E208 E210 E211 E212 E215 E300 E301 E302 E500 E501 E806 E807 E808

2480640Z01 2480640Z01 2480640Z01 2480675U01 2409134J04 2409134J04 2409134J04 2409134J04 2480675U01 2480675U01 2480675U01 2480675U01 2409134J04 2409134J04 2480675U01 2409134J04 2480067M02 2480067M02 2480067M02 2480640Z01 2480640Z01 2409134J04 2409134J04 7608671Y02

E810

7686949J02

Description Led Red/Grn RT ANGL 2X3MM SMD Diode Schottky Barrier(RB471E) Diode Schottky Barrier(RB471E) Diode Schottky 1A 20V PWRMITE Diode Schottky 1A 20V PWRMITE Diode Varactor ISV305 SMD Diode Schottky Barrier Series Diode Varactor Isv305 Smd Diode Varactor Isv305 Smd Diode Varactor Isv305 Smd Diode RF Pin Diode RF Pin Diode RF Switch BA892 ESC Diode RF Switch BA892 ESC BK20104M601 Ferrite Bead Array BK20104M601 Ferrite Bead Array BK20104M601 Ferrite Bead Array C/IND BK1005HM471 Bead C/IND BK1005HM471 Bead C/IND BK1005HM471 Bead 0805 CHIP-3AMP Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 0805 Chip-3Amp 0805 Chip-3Amp 0805 Chip-3Amp 0805 Chip-3Amp Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 0805 Chip-3Amp Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 CHK RF Chip Bead Inductor CHK RF Chip Bead Inductor CHK RF Chip Bead Inductor C/IND BK1005HM471 Bead C/IND BK1005HM471 Bead Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 Ferrite Bead 500 Ohm SMD PKG Ferrite Bead Chip-0402 Size

Circuit Ref

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Motorola Part No.

E811 F200 FL500

7686949J02 6586221J04 9186121Z01

FL501

9186121Z01

FL502

9186323Z01

FL503

9164626E02

FL801 H800 J001 J002 J100 J110 J800 L200 L201

5885915B01 2680499Z01 0986237A02 0986017Z01 0905505Y04 0980472U01 2880658Z03 2408603Y01 2486085A02

L202 L458 L459 L461 L462 L463 L464 L465 L466 L500

2404927K02 2485930A19 2413926G10 2462587V35 2485930A19 2485930A19 2485930A19 2413926G04 2413926G04 2487319K17

L501 L502

2409377M03 2487319K15

L503

2409377M36

L505

2487319K12

L507

2409377M36

L508

2409377M36

L509 L510 L513 L514 L520

2462587V41 2462587V41 2409377M05 2409377M19 2487319K10

L603

2487319K20

Description Ferrite Bead Chip-0402 Size Fuse 2.5A 16V SMD 850-870 MHz Bandpass SAW Filter 850-870 MHz Bandpass SAW Filter Fltr 3 POL SURF MT Xtal 109.65 Thin-FI L P FIT LP085A0967AWTR Isolator (Wideband) Heat Spreader Connector (Contact Battery) Connector, 24 Pin Socket Conn Zif Horizontal Connector 16Pos Right Angle Connector (SMA) Inductor 4.7UH SMT Power Inductor 15UH +/20% Inductor Power 47UH +-20% IND 100NH 5% IND 18.0 NH 5% Chip Ind 120 NH 5% 0805 IND 100NH 5% IND 100NH 5% IND 100NH 5% IND 5.6 NH +/- 0.3 NH IND 5.6 NH +/- 0.3 NH Ind Cer WW 19NH 5% 1005 SMD Ind Chip WW 6.8 NH 5% 1608 Ind Cer WW 12NH 5% 1005 SMD Ind Chip WW 220 NH 5% 1608 IND Cer WW 9NH 5% 1005 SMD Ind Chip WW 220 NH 5% 1608 Ind Chip WW 220 NH 5% 1608 Ind Chip 390 NH 10% Ind Chip 390 NH 10% Ind Chip WW 12 NH 5% 1608 Ind Chip WW 22 NH 5% 1608 Ind Cer WW 7.5NH 5% 1005 SMD Ind Cer WW 36NH 5% 1005 SMD

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No.

L700

2409377M17

L701

2409377M17

L702

2409377M17

L703

2409377M17

L704

2487319K13

L705

2409377M17

L706

2487319K16

L730 L731 L732

2413926G15 2409134J04 2487319K15

L800

2409377M36

L801

2409377M36

L807 L808

2409377M04 2409377M36

L900

2409377M36

L901 L902 L904 L905

2409377M03 2409377M02 2113740F05 0662057B47

L906 L908

2485973Z01 2485973Z10

L909

2409377M36

L910 L911

2413926G12 2485973Z07

L912

2485973Z06

L914

2409377M36

L915

2485973Z07

L918 Q100

Not Placed 5102463J80

Q101

5102463J80

Description Ind Chip WW 100 NH 5% 1608 Ind Chip WW 100 NH 5% 1608 Ind Chip WW 100 NH 5% 1608 Ind Chip WW 100 NH 5% 1608 Ind Cer WW 10NH 5% 1005 SMD Ind Chip WW 100 NH 5% 1608 Ind Cer WW 15NH 5% 1005 SMD IND 47.0 NH 5% Ind Chip Fer Fltr 600 0603 Ind Cer WW 12NH 5% 1005 SMD Ind Chip WW 220 NH 5% 1608 Ind Chip WW 220 NH 5% 1608 Ind Chip WW 10 NH 5% 1608 Ind Chip WW 220 NH 5% 1608 Ind Chip WW 220 NH 5% 1608 Ind Chip WW 6.8 NH 5% 1608 Ind Chip WW 3.9 NH 5% 1608 Cap Chip Reel CL1 +/-30 1.2 Chip Res 0 Ohms +-.050 Ohms Toko’s XS-3P wire-wound chip TTOKO’S XS-3P Wire-wound Inductor Ind Chip WW 220 NH 5% 1608 IND 27.0 NH 5% Toko’s XS-3P wire-wound inductor TOKO’S XS-3P Wire-wound Inductor (9 Ind Chip WW 220 NH 5% 1608 Toko’s XS-3P wire-wound inductor GCAM Dummy Part Number FDC6330L Integrated load switch FDC6330L Integrated load switch

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Circuit Ref

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

Motorola Part No.

Q102 Q103 Q201

4809939C05 4802245J54 5102463J80

Q202 Q204 Q459

4805128M27 4802245J54 4805793Y01

Q460

4805723X02

Q463

4805793Y01

Q464

4805793Y01

Q465

4802245J88

Q466

4805793Y01

Q467

4802245J88

Q500 Q501 Q700

4809939C05 4809939C05 4805793Y01

Q702

4805793Y01

Q703 Q730

4809939C05 4805793Y01

Q731

4805723X03

Q800 Q801 Q805 Q806 R001 R002 R003 R004 R005 R006 R007 R008 R009 R010 R100 R101 R102 R103 R106

4813828A09 4809939C05 4809939C05 4809939C05 0662057M74 0662057M74 0662057N13 0662057N13 0662057N13 0662057N13 0662057N13 0662057N13 0662057N13 Not Placed Not Placed 0662057N13 0662057N13 0662057N13 2486261Z01

Description Tstr Dual NPN/PNP UMH 5 UMG5N Digital Transistor FDC6330L Integrated load switch SOT Trans UMG5N Digital Transistor Trans Mini SOT NPN Low Noise Trans Dual PNP UMT1N ROHM Trans Mini SOT NPN Low Noise Trans Mini SOT NPN Low Noise Isolated Dual (NPN-PNP) Transistor Trans Mini SOT NPN Low Noise Isolated Dual (NPN-PNP) Transistor Tstr Dual NPN/PNP UMH 5 Tstr Dual NPN/PNP UMH 5 Trans Mini SOT NPN Low Noise Trans Mini SOT NPN Low Noise Tstr Dual NPN/PNP UMH 5 Trans Mini SOT NPN Low Noise Trans Dual NPN-PNP UMD3N ROHM Tstr 8W 450MHZ 7.5V Tstr Dual NPN/PNP UMH 5 Tstr Dual NPN/PNP UMH 5 Tstr Dual NPN/PNP UMH 5 Res. Chip 1000 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 1000 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 39K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 39K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 39K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 39K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 39K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 39K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 39K 5% 20X40 GCAM Dummy Part Number GCAM Dummy Part Number Res. Chip 39K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 39K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 39K 5% 20X40 BLM18BA470SN1-EMIFIL Chip Ferrite Bead

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No.

R107

2486261Z01

R108 R109

0662057A85 0686135Z01

R110 R111 R112 R113 R114 R115 R116 R117 R118 R119 R120 R121

0662057A73 0662057A73 0662057N01 0662057M95 0662057A85 0662057N13 0662057M82 0662057N13 0662057N17 0662057M74 0662057M74 2486261Z01

R122

2486261Z01

R202 R203 R204 R205 R206 R207 R208 R209 R210 R211 R212 R213 R214 R215 R216 R217 R218 R220 R221 R222 R223 R225 R229 R230 R232 R234 R235 R240 R241 R242 R243

0662057N15 0662057N15 0662057N15 0662057N17 0662057M96 0662057M96 0662057B20 0662057M82 0662057N11 0662057M93 0662057N11 0662057M82 0662057M82 0662057N30 Not Placed 0662057N13 Not Placed 0662057B05 0662057N13 Not Placed 0662057M01 0662057N13 0662057A85 0662057M96 0662057M50 0662057M01 0662057M01 0662057N11 0662057N11 0662057M94 0662057M74

Description BLM18BA470SN1-EMIFIL Chip Ferrite Bead Chip Res 33K Ohm 5% Current Sensor Resistor (0.1ohm) Chip Res 10K OHMS 5% Chip Res 10K OHMS 5% Res. Chip 12K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 7500 55 20X40 Chip Res 33K OHM 5% Res. Chip 39K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 2200 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 39K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 56K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 1000 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 1000 5% 20X40 BLM18BA470SN1-EMIFIL Chip Ferrite Bead BLM18BA470SN1-EMIFIL Chip Ferrite Bead Res. Chip 47K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 47K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 47K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 56K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 8200 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 8200 5% 20X40 Chip Res 820K OHMS 5% Res. Chip 2200 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 33K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 6200 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 33K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 2200 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 2200 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 200K 5% 20X40 GCAM Dummy Part Number Res. Chip 39K 5% 20X40 GCAM Dummy Part Number Chip Res 200K Ohms 5% Res. Chip 39K 5% 20X40 GCAM Dummy Part Number Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 39K 5% 20X40 Chip Res 33K OHM 5% Res. Chip 8200 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 100 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 33K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 33K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 6800 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 1000 5% 20X40

Circuit Ref

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Motorola Part No.

R244 R245 R252 R254 R255 R256 R271 R272 R274 R275 R277 R278 R279 R280 R281 R284 R285 R286 R287 R290 R294 R295 R296 R297 R298 R300

0662057M74 0662057M90 0662057N06 0662057V30 0662057M26 0662057N06 0662057M78 0662057N13 0662057N16 0662057N14 0662057B10 0662057N06 0662057V30 0662057M98 0662057M98 0662057N13 0662057N13 Not Placed 0662057N23 0662057M01 Not Placed 0662057M01 0662057A41 0662057M01 0662057M01 0662057B47

R301

0662057B47

R302

0662057B47

R303

0662057B47

R304

0662057B47

R305

0662057B47

R306

0662057B47

R307 R308 R309 R310 R312 R313 R314 R315 R316 R318 R319 R320

0662057N13 0662057N13 0662057M01 Not Placed 0662057A17 Not Placed 0662057N07 0662057M94 Not Placed 0662057M01 0662057M01 0662057M01

Description Res. Chip 1000 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 4700 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 20K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 130K 1% 1/16W Res. Chip 10 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 20K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 1500 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 39K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 51K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 43K 5% 20X40 Chip Res 330K OHMS 5% Res. Chip 20K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 130K 1% 1/16W Res. Chip 10K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 10K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 39K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 39K 5% 20X40 GCAM Dummy Part Number Res. Chip 100K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 GCAM Dummy Part Number Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 Chip Res 470 OHMS 5% Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 Chip Res 0 Ohms +-.050 Ohms Chip Res 0 Ohms +-.050 Ohms Chip Res 0 Ohms +-.050 OHMS Chip Res 0 Ohms +-.050 Ohms CHIP RES 0 Ohms +-.050 Ohms Chip Res 0 Ohms +-.050 Ohms Chip Res 0 Ohms +-.050 Ohms Res. Chip 39K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 39K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 GCAM Dummy Part Number Res. Chip 47 Ohms 5% GCAM Dummy Part Number Res. Chip 22K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 6800 5% 20X40 GCAM Dummy Part Number Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40

Circuit Ref R321 R322 R323 R324 R325 R452 R453 R454 R456 R457 R458 R459 R460 R461 R462 R463 R464 R465 R466 R467 R468 R470 R471 R472 R473 R474 R476 R477 R478 R479 R480 R481 R482 R483 R498 R499 R500 R502 R506 R509 R510 R511 R516 R528 R529 R602 R603 R604 R608 R610 R611

Motorola Part No. Not Placed Not Placed 0662057M01 0662057N13 0662057M01 0662057M43 0662057M50 0662057M84 0662057M87 0662057M30 0662057M30 0662057M30 0662057M98 0662057N23 0662057M74 0662057M74 0662057M58 0662057M01 0662057N06 0662057M98 0662057M44 0662057M26 0662057M50 0662057M74 0662057M66 0662057M26 0662057M52 0662057M74 0662057M70 0662057M26 Not Placed Not Placed 0662057M66 0662057M52 0662057M74 0662057M52 0662057M74 0662057M58 Not Placed 0662057M32 0662057M50 0662057M40 0662057M01 0662057M60 0662057M60 Not Placed 0662057M82 0662057M38 Not Placed Not Placed Not Placed

Description GCAM Dummy Part Number GCAM Dummy Part Number Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 39K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 51 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 100 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 2700 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 3600 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 15 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 15 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 15 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 10K 5% 20X40 RES CHIP 100K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 1000 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 1000 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 220 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 20K 5% 20X40 RES CHIP 10K 5% 20X40 RES, CHIP 56 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 10 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 100 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 1000 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 470 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 10 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 120 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 1000 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 680 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 10 5% 20X40 GCAM Dummy Part Number GCAM Dummy Part Number Res. Chip 470 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 120 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 1000 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 120 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 1000 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 220 5% 20X40 GCAM Dummy Part Number Res. Chip 18 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 100 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 39 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 270 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 270 5% 20X40 GCAM Dummy Part Number Res. Chip 2200 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 33 5% 20X40 GCAM Dummy Part Number GCAM Dummy Part Number GCAM Dummy Part Number

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Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No.

R612 R621 R623 R624 R627 R700 R701 R704 R705 R706 R707 R708 R709 R710 R711 R713 R733 R734 R735 R736 R737 R738 R800 R801 R802 R803 R804 R806

0662057M01 0662057M92 0662057M46 0662057M57 0662057M01 0662057M26 0662057M57 0662057M90 0662057M96 0662057M44 0662057M01 0662057M01 0662057M87 0662057M87 0662057M60 0662057M01 0662057M89 0662057M82 0662057M98 0662057M60 0662057N05 0662057M50 0662057M50 0662057M67 0662057M43 0662057M43 0662057M43 0662057B47

R807 R808 R809 R810 R901 R902 R908 R909 R910 R911 R912 R913 R914 R915 R916 R919 R920 R921 R922 R923 R924 R929

0662057A93 0662057M43 0662057M92 0662057M43 Not Placed 0662057M01 0662057M01 0662057M43 Not Placed 0662057M32 0662057M61 0662057M56 0662057M37 0662057M56 0662057M61 0662057N07 Not Placed 0662057M01 Not Placed Not Placed 0662057N11 0662057N07

MTP700 Portable Radio / Detailed Service Manual

Description Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 5600 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 68 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 200 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 10 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 200 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 4700 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 8200 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 56 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 3600 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 3600 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 270 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 4300 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 2200 5% 20X40 RES CHIP 10K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 270 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 18K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 100 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 100 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 510 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 51 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 51 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 51 5% 20X40 Chip Res 0 OhmS +-.050 Ohms Chip Res 68K OHMS 5% Res. Chip 39 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 5600 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 39 5% 20X40 GCAM Dummy Part Number Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 51 5% 20X40 GCAM Dummy Part Number Res. Chip 18 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 300 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 180 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 30 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 180 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 300 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 22K 5% 20X40 GCAM Dummy Part Number Res. Chip 0 5% 20X40 GCAM Dummy Part Number GCAM Dummy Part Number Res. Chip 33K 5% 20X40 Res. Chip 22K 5% 20X40

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No.

R930 R931 RT200 RT800 S001

0662057M74 0662057A32 0686931J01 0686931J01 4080710Z06

S002 S003 S004 S005 S100 SH200 SH201

4070354A01 4070354A01 4070354A01 4070354A01 4070354A01 2686114Z01 2686120Z01

SH300 SH301 SH400 SH500 SH501 SH600 SH700 SH730 SH800 SH801 SH900

2686110Z01 2686119Z01 2686106Z01 2686115Z01 2686116Z01 2686117Z01 2686105Z01 2686118Z01 2686109Z01 2686113Z01 2686107Z01

SH901

2686111Z01

SH902 SH903 T800 U001 U002 U005 U100 U101 U102 U103 U104 U105 U111

2686108Z01 2686112Z01 2585959A01 5102463J90 5102463J90 9185759B01 9185759B01 9185759B01 9185759B01 9185759B01 9185759B01 9185759B01 5162852A62

U200

5109879E83

U201

5102463J75

U202 U205

5102463J44 5102463J82

U301

5185368C99

Description Res. Chip 1000 5% 20X40 Chip Res 200 OHMS 5% Termistor 47K Termistor 47K Frequency Switch (reflow 250oC) Light Touch Switch-SMD Light Touch Switch-SMD Light Touch Switch-SMD Light Touch Switch-SMD Light Touch Switch-SMD Primary Shield, GCAP3 Primary Shield, Switching Regulator Primary Shield, Controller Primary Shield, Memories Primary Shield, ESCORT Primary Shield, RxFE1 Primary Shield, RxFE2 Primary Shield, WPIC Primary Shield, Main VCO Primary Shield, 2ND LO Primary Shield, ODCT1 Primary Shield, ODCT2 Primary Shield, Antenna SW & HF1 Primary Shield, Antenna SW & HF2 Primary Shield, PA1 Primary Shield, PA2 Transformer BALUN Ceramic NL27WZ16-Dual Buffer NL27WZ16-Dual Buffer Fltr RC Network Fltr RC Network Fltr RC Network Fltr RC Network Fltr RC Network Fltr RC Network Fltr RC Network IC MAX4373T, Low Cost MIRCPWR IC BICMOS GCAP3 V 2.6 179 BGA MAX1685 Step Down Regulator Audio Amplifier TDA8547TS ADP3331 Linear Voltage Regulator IC REDCAP 2 256 PIN BGA ROM3

Circuit Ref

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Motorola Part No.

U302 U303

5109509A43 5102476J01

U304 U305 U307 U460

5109522E22 5102463J77 5109522E22 5185368C18

U461 U500 U502 U601 U730 U800

5102463J74 5185368C01 5102463J96 5185368C21 5186226J12 5185130C65

U801

5886201Z01

U802

5102463J79

U803 U806

5108428S43 5102463J86

U907

5162852A09

VR001 VR002 VR006

4805656W08 4805656W08 4813830C11

VR007 VR008

4805656W08 4813830C11

VR009

4813830C26

VR100

4813830C26

VR101 VR102 VR103 VR104

4805656W08 4805656W08 4805656W08 4813830C26

VR105

4813830C26

VR106

4813830C11

VR201

4813830C26

Y200

4809995L05

Y460

4805911Z02

Description IC 512K X 16 1MB SRAM Intel 64MBIT Flash GE28F640C3 IC Sngl And Gate TC7S08FU MC74HC1G04 NOT GATE IC Sngl And Gate TC7S08FU ESCORT IC IN 16 PIN QFN Package Bipolar Linear Regulator 4.5V IC 3V Low Noise AMP MMIC Mixer With IF Buffer WPIC 3.1 PLL Dual Freq Synt. LMX2332 IC VHF/UHF/800 MHz LDMOS Driver CHIP Multilayer3DB/90Deg Splitter MAX5401 Low-Drift Digital Potentiometer Low Noise ODCT Coupler Without Internal Low Pass Filter(H) Low Pwr OP AMP W/Rail To Rail Diode Zener Quad Diode Zener Quad Diode 3.9V ‘D3’ MMSZ5228BT1 Diode Zener Quad Diode 3.9V ‘D3’ MMSZ5228BT1 Diode 13V ‘H3’ MMSZ5243BT1 Diode 13V ‘H3’ MMSZ5243BT1 Diode Zener Quad Diode Zener Quad Diode Zener Quad Diode 13V ‘H3’ MMSZ5243BT1 Diode 13V ‘H3’ MMSZ5243BT1 Diode 3.9V ‘D3’ MMSZ5228BT1 Diode 13V ‘H3’ MMSZ5243BT1 Xtal Quartz 32.768KHZ CC4VT1 Resonator Ceramic

Circuit Ref

Motorola Part No.

Y601

5102463J73

Y700

4805911Z02

Description Ref Oscillator 16.8MHz, 1ppm, SMD, Resonator Ceramic

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Troubleshooting (800 MHz)

General Troubleshooting faults in the radio require proper understanding of the different circuitry contained in the radio. Since the radio contains a highly integrated system, the software and hardware functions can not be separated easily. Thus, it is also necessary to understand the functioning of different ICs and the role of the software in the operation of the radio. This service manual includes schematic diagrams, circuit board layouts, block diagrams, and troubleshooting procedures, which help a technician to troubleshoot a malfunctioning circuit and detect a defective component. NOTE The CPS has no capability to tune the radio. Tuning the radio can only be

performed at the factory or at the appropriate Motorola Repair Centre. Components replacement can affect the radio tuning and must only be performed by the appropriate Motorola Repair Centre. The radio is tuned and tested at the factory. The results of the tuning procedures are stored in a special EEPROM. This information includes tuning and other system parameters. The area of the memory in the radio where the tuning information stored is called the “codeplug”. A radio codeplug can be read using the CPS programme.

Test Procedures This section explains the procedures required to troubleshoot a MTP700 radio. The digital tests should be performed using the GoNoGo PATS test and TETRACom SW. To use the TETRACom you must go to test mode by using the command .

Troubleshooting Flowcharts Use the following flowcharts to troubleshoot the radio. These flowcharts contain procedures using TETRACom SW application, GoNoGo PATS test and factory test modes for troubleshooting radios having digital, receiver, transmitter, or frequency generation test failures.

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Digital Analysis Test Use this test for troubleshooting the main board. After completing the setup procedure, power on the unit.

Does the power supply show current of 0.02 to 0.1A?

No

Replace the Main Board.

Yes Is the power supply current correct now?

Yes Initialize RCE. Use the digital diagnostic SW. Refer to the Main Board DC Flowchart

Did the unit pass the initialize RCE test?

No

No

Check for a defective REDCAP2 (U301) & GCAP3 (U200)

Replace the Main Board.

Yes Is the power supply current OK?

A

No

Check for a defective REDCAP2 (U301) & GCAP3 (U200)

Yes

Is the 32kHz clock from GCAP3 TP316 OK?

No

Refer to the DC distribution (V2 – 2.775V) Test flowchart.

Yes 1. Refer to the DC distribution (V2 – 2.775V) Test flowchart. 2. Check for a defective REDCAP2 (U301) 3. Check assembly of the RC filters U100, U101, U102. 4. Check for defective Zener VR101, VR102 or VR103.

Yes

Is the 16.8kHz clock from WPIC correct?

No

1. Refer to the DC distribution (V2 – 2.775V) Test flowchart. 2. Refer to the RF WPIC flowchart.

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Initialize the DSP. Use the Digital Diagnostic SW.

Did the unit pass the initialize DSP test?

No

Check for defective REDCAP2 (U301)

Yes Load Setfiles to configure the chip selects

Did the unit pass the Load Setfiles test?

No

Check for defective REDCAP2 (U301)

Yes

Test the external SRAM (U302).

Did the unit pass the 512k 16 SRAM test?

No

Check for defective SDRAM (U302) or REDCAP2 (U301)

Yes Test the Flash (U303)

Did the unit pass the flash test?

Yes

B

No

The Flash (U303) or the REDCAP2 (U301) are defective.

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Test the DSP memory

Did the unit pass the DSP memory test?

No

The DSP inside the REDCAP2 (U301) is defective.

Yes Test the backlight by turning it on

Did the backlight turn on?

Note: This test will be performed by TetraCom SW application. Command:

No

Note: This test will be Yes performed by TetraCom SW application. Test the status Command:

Use the Diagnostic SW for 40 pin

Did the diagnostic test pass? Yes

Did the status LEDs turn on? Yes The Main Board successfully passed all tests

No Replace the Keypad and LCD

No

Replace the Main Board

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DC Distribution (V2_2.775V) Test Use this test on a unit with the following symptoms: no power, no V2_2.775V, V1_2.775V, V3_2.775V, VREF1_2.775V, VREF2_2.775V. Note: The following are the DC power distribution voltages with their correct values and appropriate location to check the voltages: • • • • • • • • • • •

Fused B+ (7.2Vdc) @ F200. Filt_3.3V (3.3Vdc) @ C282. V1_3V (3Vdc) @ C211. V2_2.775V (2.775Vdc) @ C210. V3_2.775V (2.775Vdc) @ C209, C258, C259. VREF1_2.775V (2.775Vdc) @ C285. VREF2_2.775V (2.775Vdc) @ C212. V4_2.775V (2.775Vdc) @ C225, C244, C247. 5V_RF (5Vdc) @ C251, C223. PWM1_1.8V (1.8Vdc) @ C224, C248. 5.5V_RF (5.5Vdc) @ C299

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DC Distribution (5.5V_RF) Test Use this test on a unit with the following symptoms: no 5.5V_RF.

Check 5.5V_RF on C299 for 5.5Vdc

Is the voltage OK?

Yes

Check traces to the Escort section.

No Check U205 pin 2 for 7.2Vdc.

Is the voltage OK?

No

Refer to the DC distribution (SWB+) Test flowchart.

Yes

Check U205 associate components

Are they OK?

Yes Replace U205.

No

Replace defect components.

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DC Distribution (5V_RF) Test Use this test on a unit with the following symptoms: no 5V_RF.

Check 5V_RF on C251 for 5Vdc

Is the voltage OK?

Yes

Check traces to the RF sections: Escort, WPIC+, Tx etc.

No

Replace E206.

Is the voltage OK?

No

Check 5.5V_RF at

Yes

Test OK.

Is the voltage OK?

Yes

Change GCAP3 (U200).

No

Go to 5.5V_RF test.

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DC Distribution (BOT_SWB+) Test Use this test on a unit with the following symptoms: no BOT_SWB+

Check R109 for 7.2Vdc

Is the voltage OK?

No

Go to V2_2.775V test.

Yes

Check U111 pin1 for 2.775Vdc

Is the voltage OK?

No

Go to V2_2.775V test.

Yes

Check Q101 pin2 or pin3 for 7.2Vdc (BOT_SWB+)

Is the voltage OK?

Yes

Check traces to 16-pin connector.

No

Check for defective zener VR100. Check for defective Q101.

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DC Distribution (SWB+ 7.2V) Test Use this test on a unit with the following symptoms: no 7.2Vdc SWB+.

Check Q201 pin 2 or pin 3 for 7.2Vdc

Is the voltage OK?

Yes

Check traces to U205, L914, R215, R256.

No Check Q201 pin 5 for 2.7Vdc.

Is the voltage OK?

No

Go to V2_2.775V Test.

Yes

Check 7.2Vdc at Q201 pin 6.

Are they OK?

Yes Replace Q201.

No

Go to V2_2.775V Test.

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DC Distribution (V1_3V) Test Use this test on a unit with the following symptoms: no V1_3V.

Check C211 for 3Vdc

Is the voltage OK?

Yes

Check traces to Escort section.

No Check C252 for 3.3Vdc.

Is the voltage OK?

Yes

Change GCAP3 (U200).

No

Go to V2_2.775V Test.

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DC Distribution (V2_2.775V) Test Check battery contact Pin-3 of J001 for 7.2Vdc

Is the voltage OK?

No

Check the bench Power Supply

Yes Check junction of F200 and VR201 for 7.2Vdc (Fused_B+)

No

Is the voltage OK?

Check junction of F200 and VR201 for 0 (ground)

Yes No

Check C282 for 3.3Vdc.

Is the resistance OK?

Yes Yes

A

Is the voltage OK?

Check all Fused_B+ circuit components. Repair, as necessary.

Check for defective U201 and associate components. Replace U201 if necessary.

Is the voltage OK?

Yes Replace E200.

No

Check traces to Fused_B+ for opens. Repair, as necessary.

Replace Fuse F200

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Check Filt_B+ at C252 for 3.3Vdc

Is the voltage OK?

No

Replace GCAP3 (U200)

Yes

Check TP316 for 32kHz clock with 2.7V amplitude

Are frequency and amplitude OK?

No

Yes

Check C256 for the Reset high

Is Reset high?

Yes

B

No

Replace GCAP3 (U200)

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B

Check SPI lines Clock and Data

Are SPI lines Clock and Data correct?

No

See Digital Analysis tests

Yes

Check C210 for 2.775Vdc (V2_2.775V)

Is the voltage OK?

Yes

Refer to other DC Distribution Test Flowcharts

No

Replace GCAP3 (U200)

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DC Distribution (V3_2.775V/PWM1_1.8V) Test Use this test on a unit with the following symptoms: no V3_2.775V, no PWM1_1.8V.

Check C209, C258, C259 for 2.7Vdc (V3_2.775V)

Is the voltage OK?

No

Refer to the DC distribution (V2_2.775V) Test flowchart.

Yes Check C224 for 1.88Vdc (PWM1_1.8V)

Is the voltage OK?

Yes

Check E301 ferrite beads at REDCAP2 for opens.

No

Refer to the DC distribution (V2_2.775V) Test flowchart.

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DC Distribution (V4_2.775V) Test Use this test on a unit with the following symptoms: no V4_2.775V. Check Q202 pin 2 for 2.775Vdc

Is the voltage OK?

Yes

Check traces to the Rx section, Freq. Gen. Section, and Tx section

No Replace E205

Is the voltage OK?

Yes

No Check Q202 pin 3 for 3.3Vdc (Filt_3.3V_GCAP3)

Is the voltage OK?

No

Refer to the DC distribution (V2_2.775V) Test flowchart.

Yes Check Q202 pin 1 for 3.0Vdc reference voltage (V4DRV)

Is the voltage OK?

Yes Check Q202, replaced if required.

No

Replace GCAP3 (U200).

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DC Distribution (VREF1_2.775V) Test Use this test on a unit with the following symptoms: no VREF1_2.775V.

Check C285 for 2.775Vdc

Is the voltage OK?

Yes

Check traces to U307.

No Check C252 for 3.3Vdc.

Is the voltage OK?

Yes

Change GCAP3 (U200).

No

Go to V2_2.775V Test.

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DC Distribution (VREF2_2.775V) Test Use this test on a unit with the following symptoms: no VREF2_2.775V.

Check C261 for 2.775Vdc

Is the voltage OK?

Yes

Check traces to D001, J100 pin19.

No Check C252 for 3.3Vdc.

Is the voltage OK?

Yes

Change GCAP3 (U200).

No

Go to V2_2.775V Test.

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Standby Current Troubleshooting This test should be carried out only after the successful completion of the previous tests.

Measure the radio standby current by using PATS station

Is standby current above upper current limit?

Yes

No

Is standby current below minimum current limit?

No

OK

Yes

Check if there are shorts on the board: -check if RF PA Q800 is shorted to the ground. -check voltage regulator VR201, current switch U111, VR100, elements on FUSED_B+ and FILT_3.3V supply lines. Replace parts if faulty. Repeat the Standby Current test. Also see "GCAP" section.

Check: Radio Fuse F200, bead E200. Replace damaged parts. Repeat the Standby Current test. Also see "GCAP" section.

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Receiver Troubleshooting

Check Front Gain, using a RF probe on C540, frequency 109.65MHz.

Check second LO. -16dBm L1timer on > Freq Rx 860.0125 > Mode RXTDM > Mode RSSI or > Mode BER Rout WPIC Baseband signal to test points: > WPIC 2 0 72 NOW Activating control lines at continuous mode: > WPIC 3 9 1b NOW

OK Check Main Synth. Power level (>-5dBm) and frequency. (Fmain=Frx+109.65MHz) Repair if necessary. (See Synth. Troubleshooting)

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TetraCom Commands (RFTONE mode) >test_Enter >11 timer on >freq tx 806 >main_vco on >escort 0c 1d c4 >offset_vco on >vblin 00 >pa off >ant_en off >mode rftone

Perform the following: 1. Remove the Escort shield. 2. Visually check all components and solder connections around Escort IC 3. Set the Unit to RFTONE mode using TetraCom Commands shown. 4. Probe C459 using spectrum to check for main VCO frequency.

Is the frequency 906.75MHz (806MHz*1.125) synthesized?

No

Perform Synthesizer Test

Yes

Is the Magnitude above -10dBm?

No

Yes Check the DC voltage on Escort IC.

Is CPBIAS pin 13 0.9Volt and FREQA pin 16 has same voltage (2.2Volt) as FREQB pin 9?

No

Change Escort IC (U460) and perform the Escort Test again.

Yes Perform DC supply check 1. Check V1_3V at C462 2. Check 5V_RF at R498 3. Check SF_4.5V at C450

A

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Escort Troubleshooting (cont.) A

Supply problem?

Yes

Perform Controller Test

No Perform VCO Test 1. Probe at R459 using spectrum 2. Connect external supply (1.5V to 4.5V) to L461 3. Adjust the external supply and check the frequency range.

Does frequency 806MHz to 870MHz was covered?

No

Yes

Check C476, C477, C478, C479, C480, C481, C482, C487, D460, L462, L463, L464, L465, L466, Q463, R470, R471, R468 for soldering problem and compare with BOM value. Check also the current drain to Q463 and Q464 which is about 8mA to R468 and 16mA to R483.

VCO is working properly. Check the buffers and feedback path to FREQB. Probe at C461 and measure the RF power.

Does RF power fall within 0 to –10dBm level?

No

Does ESC_VCO_BUF_EN is on (2.775V)?

Check Escort IC functionality in close loop. If control voltage at C475 is stuck at HIGH (> 4V), Disconnect C461 will make the control voltage stuck at LOW (~1.25V). If control voltage was stuck at LOW, disconnect C460 will make the control voltage stay at HIGH.

Yes

Check for shorting on ESC_VCO_BUF line and perform Controller Test.

Yes

Yes

Escort OK

No

Does Escort IC behave correctly?

Check C490, C461, C489, R470, R476, R477, R479, R482 for connection

No

Change Escort IC (U460) and perform the Escort Test again.

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Closed Loop Power Test This test should be carried out only after the successful completion of the previous tests.

Tune the radio on PATS.

Is the radio close loop output power 1.8A? (average TX current?)

No

OK

Yes 1. Measure RF PA bias voltages on pins 7 of U802 and pin 1 of U907. 2. Measure supply voltage on pin 2 of U907 and pin 4 of U801.

Are supply or (and) bias voltages high?

Yes 1. Check power supplies: 2. Repeat tuning of the radio. Repeat Transmitter current consumption test.

No

Repeat Open Loop Power test and Close Loop Power test. If the power still exists, replace U809. Repeat Transmitter current consumption test.

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2nd LO Troubleshooting Perform the following: 1. Remove the 2nd_LO shield. 2. Set the Unit to continuous receive mode (Rxtdm). 3. Measure the 2nd_LO control voltage between C739 & R734.

Check for feedback problem. 1. Check soldering of C751, L732, C750 and C748. 2. Measure the RF power level at Pin 5 of the LMX at 219.3MHz.

Check DC supply for the VCO: 1. Check for 4.5V on L731, R738 and C746. 2. Check for TETRA_2nd_LO_En on Q731.

No

No

Does the VCO have its DC Supply?

Is the control voltage between 0.5 and 4.5Vdc?

Check DC Block

Yes Yes Check DC supply for the LMX. 1. Check for 5V_RF on C734, C735. 2. Check 2.775V_RF on C737.

Measure the RF power at C751 at 219.3 MHz.

Is the power level -10dBm ±1dB and stable on frequency?

No

No

Check Q730, R738 for soldering problems and for the right values. (compare with BOM)

Does the LMX have its DC Supply?

Yes Yes

Perform VCO_ONLY TEST 1. Connect at external 0.5 to 4.5V power supply to R734. 2. Measure the RF freq at C751. 3. Adjust the external supply voltage until the frequency is 219.3 MHz.

The 2nd_LO VCO/Synthesizer is O.K.

Check D730, C740, L730, C741, C742, R735, R737, C743, C744, R736, Q730, C745, R738, C746, L732, C748, L731 and C750 for soldering problems and for the right values.

No

Can the frequency be set to 219.3MHz? Yes

The VCO is working properly. The problem is with the LMX. Replace the LMX.

Check DC Block

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Synthesizer & VCO Troubleshooting Use this test on a unit with the following symptom: no Tx or Rx.

TetraCom Commands Using a 50-ohm probe on the spectrum analyzer, check the LO output at the buffer output at C728.

> 11 timer on > freq rx 860 > mode rssi > main_vco on > 11 timer off

NO

YES

Is the buffer output between -3 and 0dBm?

NO Check the VCO output at C709, is the freq 969.65MHz?

Is the frequency at 969.65MHz?

Test the VCO control voltage at TP700. The typical range is 0.2 to 4.9V.

YES

NO

Check for opens, shorts, or missing components in the buffer circuits. Also check for 4.5Vdc on L703.

Is the control voltage railed to 4.9V YES

YES

The unit tested successfully

NO

Note: This is the abnormal condition.

Possible prescaler feedback problem: 1. Check soldering of C718. 2. Probe to determine if LO is reaching the prescaler input.

A

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Synthesizer & VCO Troubleshooting (Cont.)

A

Possible VCO problem. Check for opens or shorts in the VCO circuit.

Whether the problem found and fixed?

Check for the following: 4.5Vdc on R705. Confirm that the resonator tab is properly soldered. Confirm that the Varicap is in the right direction.

NO

Check Loop filter: Check for opens or shorts.

YES

Unit testing is complete.

Whether the problem found and fixed?

NO

Check buffer: Check for opens or shorts.

YES

Unit testing is complete.

Whether the problem found and fixed?

YES

Unit testing is complete.

NO

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PROGRAMMING THE RADIO Before Using the Customer Programming Software (CPS) Before you begin programming, ensure the following: 1. Install the Customer Programming Software (CPS), FVN5051A, in your computer. 2. Use a fully charged radio battery. 3. With the radio initially turned off, properly place radio into Programming Stand, PMLN4510. 4. Connect the Programming/Data cable, FLN9636, according to Setup for Radio Programming Figure 5-1. This cable has a switch with two positions “Data” and “Flash”. Set the switch to “Flash” to enable programming. 5. Turn radio on by rotating the On/Off knob clockwise. Verify that no display appears on the radio LCD screen.

To Computer Serial Port (COM 1/2)

MTP700 Radio

Programming Stand (PMLN4510) Programming/Data Cable (FLN9636)

Figure 5-1 Setup for Radio Programming.

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Reading Codeplug 1. Run the Customer Programming Software (CPS) on your computer. 2. Click the Toolbar “Read Phone” icon. Refer to the CPS Application Window Screen in the CPS User Guide, Publication No. 68P02956C20. The setup enters an initialization process that takes about 20 seconds. After that, a reading process starts. Note: While reading is in progress, the radio screen displays the following data:

A progress bar appears on the computer screen. After the reading process is finished, the radio Codeplug screen appears.

Programming Codeplug 1. On the menu bar, click “File”, “Open”. 2. Browse for the required Codeplug file and open the file (.dbf extension). 3. The Codeplug window appears on the screen. 4. Click the Toolbar “Write Phone” icon. Note: The Codeplug is now being written into the radio. A progress bar is displayed on the computer screen showing the writing status. After a successful writing, the message “The Operation Was Successful” appears on the computer screen. 5. Press the “OK” button.

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Programming Frequency Carry out the following steps if you need to add or change the radio frequencies. Note: Save your radio factory frequencies before you start programming by using “File”, “Save As”. Give the file a proper name, eg “default.dbf”. 1. In the “Codeplug Tree” select “System Parameters”. • • •

Click on “Frequency List”. Click on “List2”. At the top of list, enter the three frequencies which you have selected (the following frequencies are for example only): Rx 420.0125MHz (IFR 800) Rx 425.0125MHz (IFR 1000) Rx 429.9875MHz (IFR 1199)

2. Click the Toolbar “Write Phone” icon. 3. Disconnect the radio from the programming kit. Note: The new programmed frequencies of the radio are now available to be tested with the IFR or for any other use. “List2” frequencies are saved on the codeplug and may only be accessed in Test Page mode. To go into Test Page (feature must be turned on in CPS i.e. “User Personal Data\Ergonomic Parameters\Feature Flags\Test Page” checked on), perform steps 4 thru 7 by pressing the radio keys sequentially (less then a second between every consecutive press): 4. Press the “Side Button 2” key. 5. Press the “1” key, and “Menu” key. 6. Press the “2” key, and “Menu” key. 7. Press the “3” key. Hereafter, there is no need for quick sequence of pressing the radio keys. 8. Scroll through the list and select “Cell Lists”. 9. Press the “OK” key. 10. Scroll through the list. Select “List2”. 11. Press the “OK” key. 12. View the frequencies using the arrow navigation keys.

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Restoring Factory Frequencies of the Radio To restore the factory frequencies of the radio, perform the following steps: 1. After testing your radio on the IFR, connect the setup as shown in Figure 5-1. 2. Run the CPS software on your PC. 3. In the menu bar click “Tools”, “Copy Wizard”. • • • • • • • •

Click on “Read from a file”. Click on “Browse”. Open the file which contains the default factory frequencies (ie “default.dbf” file which you saved in “Programming Factory” section earlier). Click on “Next”. Click on “Select All”. Click on “Next”. Click on “Write”. Click on “Done”.

Note: Click on toolbar “Read Phone” to check whether the same factory frequencies were entered into the radio before programming.

Programming Firmware Note: Login as “Administrator” to perform this task. 1. On the menu bar click “Tools”, “Write Software”. Note: The CPS reads data from the radio. A progress bar is displayed on the computer screen showing the reading status. After a successful reading, the “Write Software To Phone” window appears on the computer screen. 2. Press the “Write” button. Note: The application is now being written into the radio. A progress bar is displayed on the computer screen showing the writing status. After a successful writing, the message “The Operation Was Successful” appears on the computer screen. 3. Press the “OK” button. 4. Click the Toolbar “R” (Reset) icon to put radio into normal operating mode.

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Manual Mode Testing

Preparation for Testing 1. Verify that the radio is turned off. 2. Press the “1”, “2” and “3” keys together and turn the On/Off knob clockwise to turn the radio on. 3. The display shows “LCD Test Press Any Key To Proceed”.

Tests Note: Any key that will be pressed will cause the test to advance from one step to the next.

LCD Display Test 1. Press any key consecutively. The display shows horizontal lines that becomes thicker with every key press, until it becomes fully dark. 2. Press any key again, the following appears at the top of the display:

3. Press any key consecutively. The display shows vertical lines that becomes thicker with every key press, until it becomes fully dark. 4. Press any key again. The display shows the Motorola logo. 5. Press any key again. The display shows “Vibrator On”. You will need to have an external Smart RSM (RMN5011_ or RMN5012_) to verify that the radio is vibrating. 6. Press any key again. The display shows “Red Led On” and the Red LED at the top of the radio is constantly lit. 7. Press any key again. The display shows “Green Led On” and the Green LED at the top of the radio is constantly lit. 8. Press any key again. The display shows “Both Leds On” and the amber LED at the top of the radio is flashing. 9. Press any key again. The display shows “Backlight On” and the display and keypad backlight are both on. 10. Press any key again. The display shows “Speaker Tone Test”, a tone is heard via the speaker.

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11. Press any key again. The display shows “Earpiece Tone Test”, a tone is heard via the earpiece. 12. Press any key again. The display shows “Audio Loopback Test”, speak into the microphone, you should hear your voice via the earpiece. 13. Press any key again. The display shows “Chopper-Noise Test 1”, a low hum must not be heard via the earpiece. 14. Press any key again. The display shows “Chopper-Noise Test 2”, a low hum must not be heard via the earpiece. 15. Press any key again. The display shows the “Rotary Knob Test” map. 16. Rotate the talkgroup knob from location “1” until “16” and make sure at each location the corresponding number disappears from the display. 17. The display proceeds to show all the radio keys, knobs and buttons. 18. Press every radio item one by one. Each item you press causes its respective display to disappear. 19. The display then shows “Press any key to Continue”. 20. Pressing any key will cause display to show a series of “*”, “” characters. 21. Press the Top Navigation key until all top four “*” characters disappear. 22. Press the Bottom Navigation key until all bottom four “*” characters disappear. 23. Press the Left Navigation key until all left four “” characters disappear. 25. After pressing all keys, the display is clear. 26. Turn the radio Off.

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MAINTENANCE Introduction This chapter provides details about the following: • • • •

Preventive Maintenance (inspection and cleaning) Safe Handling of CMOS and LDMOS Devices Repair Procedures and Techniques Disassembly and Reassembly of the Radio

Preventive Maintenance The portable radio does not require a scheduled preventive maintenance program. However, periodic visual inspection is recommended. 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. Cleaning Procedures The following procedures describe the recommended cleaning agents and methods to be used when cleaning the external and internal surfaces of the radio. External surfaces should be cleaned whenever a periodic visual inspection reveals the presence of smudges, compound, or grime. Internal surfaces (circuit boards and components) should only be cleaned when the radio is disassembled for servicing or repair. NOTE Internal surfaces should be cleaned only when the radio is disassembled for service or repair.

The only recommended agent for cleaning external radio surfaces is a 0.5% solution (one teaspoon of detergent per gallon of water) of mild dishwashing detergent in water. The internal surfaces should only be cleaned with isopropyl alcohol (70% by volume).

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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.

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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 (70%) 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. After completing of the cleaning process, use a soft, absorbent, lintless cloth to dry the area. Do not brush or apply any isopropyl alcohol to the frame, front cover, or back cover. NOTE Always use a fresh supply of alcohol and a clean container to prevent contamination by dissolved material (from previous usage).

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

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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 the Motorola Static Protection Assembly (part number 0180386A82), which includes 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 RSX-4015.)



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.

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Repair Procedures and Techniques — General

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 Support Center. For details, please refer to relevant Support Depots on page 1-4 to 1-6.

Disassembling and Reassembling the Radio - General Since these radios may be disassembled and reassembled with the use of only five (board to casting) screws, it is important to pay particular attention to the snaps and tabs and how parts align with each other. The following tools are required for disassembling the radio: • • •

chassis opener (6686263Z02) flat-head, penknife-size screwdriver TORX™ T6 screwdriver (0180320B16)

If a unit requires more complete testing or service than is customarily performed at the basic level, send this unit to a Motorola Authorized Service Center. Chassis Assembly Disassembly should be performed only if necessary.

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Front Cover from Chassis Disassembly 1. Turn off the radio. 2. Remove the battery: a. Pull down on the two battery-release buttons. b. With the buttons pulled down, the top of the battery will fall from the radio. c. Remove the battery from the radio.

Battery Release Buttons

Figure 6-1 Battery Removal

3. Remove the antenna

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4. Remove the Talkgroup knob off its shaft.

Talkgroup Knob Figure 6-2 Talkgroup Knob Removal NOTE The knob slides on and off. However, it is supposed to fit very tightly on its shaft.

5. Separate the chassis from the internal electronics front cover assembly as follows: a. Insert the chassis opener, or similar instrument, in between the thin retaining wall and the chassis at the bottom of the radio. Do not mar the O-ring sealing underneath the radio housing. b. Slowly pry the bottom of the chassis from the cover by pushing the chassis opener down, and prying the handle of the tool over and behind the base of the radio. This prying action forces the thin inner plastic wall toward the base of the radio, releasing the two chassis base tabs. Radio Chassis

Figure 6-3 Chassis Removal

!

CAUTION: Marring the front cover O-ring sealing area will prevent the radio from sealing properly.

NOTE

Flexible ribbon circuits (flexes) connecting the front cover assembly and the chassis prevent you from completely separating the two units. Display radios and radios with option boards have three flexes.

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6. Push the Talkgroup switch shaft back into radio housing to slide chassis away. 7. Gently remove flex from the socket connector. 8. Lay the chassis down. Rotate the front cover backward and slightly away from the chassis. 9. Lift the latches on the main circuit board to release the flexes from their connectors.

Latches

UC Flex Circuit Tail Talkgroup Switch

Flex Connectors Socket Connector

Figure 6-4 Unlatch Flex Connectors

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Chassis Assembly Disassembly 1. Use a TORX™ screwdriver with a T6 head to remove the five screws holding the secondary shield and main board to the chassis.

Secondary Shield

Main Board

O-Ring Retaining Features

Radio Chassis

Figure 6-5 Remove Main Board from Chassis

2. Lift the secondary shield and main board from the chassis (See Figure 6-5).

!

CAUTION: Refer to the CMOS CAUTION paragraph on page 3 before removing the main board. Be sure to use ESD protection when handling circuit boards.

3. Remove the eight small O-ring retainers from their slots in the chassis. Note the alignment of the retainers for reassembly. 4. Remove the O-ring.

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Radio Reassembly - Detailed

Chassis Assembly Reassembly 1. Reassemble the O-ring. The tabs on the O-ring should reach around the chassis and point down. 2. Place the eight small O-ring retainers into their slots in the chassis. NOTE When properly assembled, the retainers on the O-ring should align with the slots on the

chassis. If this is not the case, remove and replace the O-ring until it is aligned with the chassis and completely seated in place around the perimeter. 3. Make sure the battery contact module is properly sealed on the RF board. 4. Place the main board and secondary shield straight down on top of the chassis. 5. Use the TORX™ screwdriver with a T6 head to fasten the 5 screws holding the secondary shield and main board to the chassis. Torque the screws to 0.3Nm (3lbf.in).

Chassis and Front Cover Reassembly 1. Align the chassis assembly end-to-end with the front cover assembly. 2. Insert the tails of the flex circuits into their respective connectors at the bottom of the front cover. 3. Push down the latches on the connectors to hold the flex circuits to the main board. 4. Attach the UC flex circuit tail to the socket connector. 5. Slide the Talkgroup switch shaft into position in the front cover. 6. Push the chassis assembly completely into the top of the front cover until it settles in place. 7. Be sure the O-ring is properly seated. 8. Snap the bottom of the chassis into the front cover. 9. Reassemble the Talkgroup knob, antenna and battery.

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10. Turn on the Volume knob and make sure radio powers up normally.

Radio Chassis

Figure 6-6 Fastening the Chassis

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Service Aids The following table 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. Motorola Part No.

Description

Application

PMLN4510_

Programming Stand

Pocket for connecting to radio/Programming/Flashing with CPS.

FLN9636_

Programming Cable

Cable to connect PC to programming stand.

PMLN4504_

Data Cable

Cable for data transfer.

RLN4510_

Battery Eliminator Regulator, 7.5V

Regulator to power radio via battery eliminator cable.

0180305J49

Battery Eliminator Cable

Interconnects radio to power supply.

5880384G68

Antenna Adapter

SMA-BNC

6686263Z02

Chassis Opener

Tool to separate chassis from front cover housing.

0180320B16

Tool to remove torx screws in radio.

6680321B81 6680321B56

Torx Screw Driver Kit (T6,8,10,15,25) Torx Bit Insert Bit extra long

-

Phillips Screw Driver

Tool to remove speaker retainer.

-

Flat-head, Penknifesize Screw Driver

Tool to remove display retainer.

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MTP700 Unit - Exploded View

Figure 6-7 MTP700 - Exploded view

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MTP700 components are listed in the table below. The first column marked with a # sign provides you with the call out numbers of the components as marked in MTP700 Exploded view. Parts contained in this manual are the only ones that will be available for replacement. MTP700 Components List #

Description

Part #

1a

Antenna, 380 - 400 MHz

8505644V11

1b

Antenna, 410 - 430 MHz

8505644V04

1c

Antenna, 806-870 MHz, stubby

8505241U06

1d

Antenna, 806-870 MHz, whip

8505241U03

2

Knob, Volume

3686050Z01

3

Frequency Knob

3686485Z01

4a

Front Cover Kit (ES)

PMHN4039A

4b

Front Cover Kit (CR)

PMHN4038A

4c

Front Cover Kit (Kor Mod)

PMHN4040A

5

Screw, Torx™ T6, Machine

0386104Z01

6

**Secondary Shield

2686046Z01

7

Escutcheon, ZIF

1386262Z01

8

*Main Board

Refer to Appendix A

9

Seal, Battery Contact Module

3280534Z01

10

Thermal Pad

7580556Z01

11

Gasket, O-Ring

3286006Z01

12

Chassis

2786007Z01

13a

Battery, LiIon, Std, 1200 mAh

PMNN4047A

13b

Battery, LiIon, Lite, 850 mAh

PMNN4050A

13c

Battery, NiMH, 1200 mAh

PMNN4048A

13d

Battery, NiMH, FM, 1150 mAh

PMNN4049A

14

Beltclip

HLN9844

Note:

* Reference Only Replacement or repair of all internal boards is not authorized in Latin America. ** The secondary shield is not placed for PMUF1115A Super Tanapa.

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10

1 J2

R10 C24 C23

C25 C26 R7

R8 C16

R6

J1

C7 C6 C13 C12 C11 C10

R5

39 40

C14

C17 C18

C9 C8 C5 C3 C4 C2 C1 R2 R1

R4

R3

C15

2

Keypad Board Top Side PCB No. 8466556A01

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S5 S2

S9

S8

S7

S6

D2 D1

D3

S20

S15

S3

S14

S13

S12

S11 D5

S21

D4

D6 S10 D8

D7 S4

S19

S18

S17

S16

S1

Keypad Board Bottom Side PCB No. 8466556A01

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40 pin Main To Keypad conn

C1

C2

0.1uF

0.1uF

7-3

J100

BACKLIGHT+

J1-19

BACKLIGHT-

J1-21

KEYPAD BACKLIGHT D1

ROW3

J1-25

ROW3

ROW4

J1-23

ROW4

ROW2

J1-27

ROW2 R1 47

C3

C4

C5

150pF

150pF

150pF

COL1

J1-30

COL1

COL0

J1-32

COL0

ROW1

J1-29

ROW1

ROW0

J1-31

ROW0

C6 150pF

C7 150pF

D3

D2

R2 47

D4

R3 47

R4 47

D5

D6

R5 47

R6 47

D7

D8

R7 47

C16

C17

C18

1.0uF

.01uF

33pF

FLEX to Display Board C23

C24

0.1uF

0.1uF

J2

R8 47

J2-9

BACKLIGHT+

J2-8

BACKLIGHT-

RESET

J2-3

RESET

DISPLAY_RS

J2-2

DISPLAY_RS

CHIP_SELECT

J2-4

CHIP SELECT

DATA

J2-1

DATA

CLOCK

J2-7

CLOCK

V3_2.775V

J2-6

V3_2.775V

J2-10

VENDOR_ID

J2-5

GND

C9

C8 150pF

150pF R10 47

ROW0 SEND/END RESET

J1-22

RESET

COL4

J1-24

COL4

COL3

J1-26

COL3

COL2

J1-28

COL2

C10

C11

C12

C13

150pF

150pF

150pF

150pF

SOFT KEY

SOFT KEY

DOWN

LEFT S2

S1 1

S3

1

2

2

S4

1

2

C25

C26

0.1uF

0.1uF

MODE

RIGHT S5

1

2

1

2

ground_lcd

ROW1 *

7

S6

4

1

2

1

S9

1

2

RIGHT

1

S8

S7

2

S10

1

2

1

2

ROW2 0 DISPLAY_RS

J1-36

DISPLAY_RS

CHIP SELECT

J1-33

CHIP_SELECT

8

S11

5

1

2

2

S13

S12 1

1

2

MENU

S14 2

S15

1

2

1

2

SWITCH ROW3 #

9

S16 1

6

2

1

3

S18

S17

1

2

UP

S19 2

1

S20 2

1

2

ROW4 DATA

J1-38

DATA

CLOCK

J1-39

CLOCK

V3_2.775V

J1-5

GND_LCD

LEFT S21

V3_2.775V

1

J1-40 ground_lcd

J1-1 J1-2

Shield open

C14

J1-3 J1-7

2

C15

0.1uF

0.1uF COL0

COL1

COL2

COL3

COL4

J1-8 J1-9 J1-10 GND

J1-11 J1-12 J1-13 J1-14 J1-16 J1-17 J1-34 J1-35 J1-37

Keypad Board Schematic Diagram

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Motorola Part No.

C1

2113928N01

C2

2113928N01

C3

2113743N54

C4

2113743N54

C5

2113743N54

C6

2113743N54

C7

2113743N54

C8

2113743N54

C9

2113743N54

C10

2113743N54

C11

2113743N54

C12

2113743N54

C13

2113743N54

C14

2113928N01

C15

2113928N01

C16

2113928A01

C17

2113741F49

C18

2113743N38

C23

2113928N01

C24

2113928N01

C25

2113928N01

C26

2113928N01

D1

4809496B11

D2

4809496B11

D3

4809496B11

Description CAP CER CHIP 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 CAP CER CHIP 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 CAP CER CHIP 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 CAP CER CHIP 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 CAP CER CHIP 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 CAP CER CHIP 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 CAP CER CHIP 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 CAP CER CHIP 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 CAP CER CHIP 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 CAP CER CHIP 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 CAP CER CHIP 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 CAP CER CHIP 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 CAP CER CHIP 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 CAP CER CHIP 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 CAP CER CHIP 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 CAP CER CHIP 1.0uF +80/20% 10V Y5V 0603 CAP CER CHIP 10000pF 5% 50V X7R 0603 CAP CER CHIP 33.0pF 5% 16V COG 0402 CAP CER CHIP 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 CAP CER CHIP 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 CAP CER CHIP 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 CAP CER CHIP 0.1uF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402 LED CHIP YEL-GRN 1608 CL191YG LED CHIP YEL-GRN 1608 CL191YG LED CHIP YEL-GRN 1608 CL191YG

Circuit Ref D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 J1 J2 P1 P2 R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R10

Motorola Part No. 4809496B11

Description

LED CHIP YEL-GRN 1608 CL191YG 4809496B11 LED CHIP YEL-GRN 1608 CL191YG 4809496B11 LED CHIP YEL-GRN 1608 CL191YG 4809496B11 LED CHIP YEL-GRN 1608 CL191YG 4809496B11 LED CHIP YEL-GRN 1608 CL191YG 0980521Z01 CONN, ZIF VERTICAL,40 PIN 0986016Z01 CONNECTOR, 10 PIN FPC NOTPLACED GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER NOTPLACED GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER 0662057M42 RES CHIP 47 5% 0.063W 0402 0662057M42 RES CHIP 47 5% 0.063W 0402 0662057M42 RES CHIP 47 5% 0.063W 0402 0662057M42 RES CHIP 47 5% 0.063W 0402 0662057M42 RES CHIP 47 5% 0.063W 0402 0662057M42 RES CHIP 47 5% 0.063W 0402 0662057M42 RES CHIP 47 5% 0.063W 0402 0662057M42 RES CHIP 47 5% 0.063W 0402 NOTPLACED GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER 8466556A01 KEYPAD BOARD

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Interconnect Flex

C

99

TO CTRL ->

J200

J100

8480475Z03 REV B

40

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