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MTM800 ENH

TETRA Mobile Terminal


806-870 MHz (MT912M)

Detailed Service Manual

Part Number: 6866539D32-A

@6866539D32@

KT-EMEA / European Publications Department Berlin, Issued: 12.2006

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COPYRIGHT
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No part of this manual may be reproduced, transmitted, stored in a retrieval system, or
translated into any language or computer language, in any form or by any means, without
the prior written permission of Motorola Inc.

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

Trademarks
Motorola, the Motorola Logo and all other trademarks identified as such herein are trademarks of Motorola Inc. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners.

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

6866539D32_A

Description

Initial edition

Date

Dec. 2006

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PRODUCT SAFETY and RF Energy Exposure


for Mobile Two-Way Radios
installed in Vehicles or as Fixed Site Control Stations

!
Caution

THIS CHAPTER IS AN EXTRACT OF THE MULTI LINGUAL MOBILE SAFETY


BOOKLET PUBLICATION No. 6866537D37_.
FOR THE LATEST SAFETY INFORMATION REFER TO THE SEPARATE SAFETY
BOOKLET DELIVERED WITH YOUR RADIO.
BEFORE USING THIS RADIO READ THIS INFORMATION 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 information contained in user guides,
manuals and other documentation published prior to February 2002.

RF Energy Exposure Awareness and Control Information, and Operational


Instructions for FCC Occupational Use Requirements.
Note: This radio is intended for use in occupational / controlled conditions, where users have full
knowledge of their exposure and can exercise control over their exposure to meet FCC/ICNIRP limits. This radio device is NOT authorized for general population, consumer or any other use.
This 2-way radio uses electromagnetic energy in the radio frequency (RF) spectrum to provide
communications between two or more users over a distance. It uses radio frequency (RF) energy or
radio waves to send and receive calls. RF energy is one form of electromagnetic energy. Other forms
include, but are not limited to, sunlight and x-rays. RF energy, however, should not be confused with
these other forms of electromagnetic energy, which when used improperly, can cause biological
damage. Very high levels of x-rays, for example, can damage tissues and genetic material.
Experts in science, engineering, medicine, health and industry work with organizations to develop
standards for safe exposure to RF energy. These standards provide recommended levels of RF
exposure for both workers and the general public. These recommended RF exposure levels include
substantial margins of protection.
All Motorola 2-way radios are designed, manufactured and tested to ensure they meet governmentestablished RF exposure levels. In addition, manufacturers also recommend specific operating
instructions to users of 2-way radios. These instructions are important because they inform users
about RF energy exposure and provide simple procedures on how to control it.
Please refer to the following Web sites for more information on what RF energy exposure is and how
to control your exposure to assure compliance with established RF exposure limits.
http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety/rf-faqs.html
http://www.osha.gov/SLTC/radiofrequencyradiation/index.html

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Federal Communications Commission Regulations (US markets only)


The FCC rules require manufacturers to comply with the FCC RF energy exposure limits for mobile
2-way radios before they can be marketed in the U.S. When 2-way radios are used as a
consequence of employment, the FCC requires users to be fully aware of and able to control their
exposure to meet occupational requirements. Exposure awareness can be facilitated by the use of a
label directing users to specific user awareness information. Your Motorola 2-way radio has an RF
exposure product label. Do not remove this RF exposure label from the device. Also, your Motorola
user manual, or separate safety booklet, includes information and operating instructions required to
control your RF exposure and to satisfy compliance requirements.

Compliance with RF Exposure Standard


Your Motorola 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 IEEE and ICNIRP exposure limits for
occupational/controlled RF exposure environments at duty factors of up to 50% talk50% listen
and is authorized by the IEEE/ICNIRP for occupational use. In terms of measuring RF energy for
compliance with these exposure guidelines, your radio antenna radiates measurable RF energy only
while it is transmitting (during talking), not when it is receiving (listening) or in standby mode.

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 2003

ANATEL, Brasil Regulatory Authority, Resolution 256 (April 11, 2001) additional requirements for
SMR, cellular and PCS product certification.

RF Exposure Compliance and Control Guidelines and Operating Instructions


To control exposure to yourself and others and to ensure compliance with the RF exposure limits,
always adhere to the following procedures.

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Guidelines:

User awareness instructions should accompany device when transferred to other users.

Do not use this device if the operational requirements described herein are not met.

Instructions:

Transmit no more that the rated duty factor of 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 because this radio generates measurable RF energy exposure only
when transmitting (in terms of measuring for standards compliance).

Transmit only when people outside the vehicle are at least the recommended minimum
lateral distance away, as shown in Table 1, from the body of a vehicle with a properly
installed antenna. This separation distance will ensure that there is sufficient distance from a
properly installed (according to installation instructions) externally-mounted antenna to satisfy
the RF exposure requirements in the standards listed above.
Note: Table 1 lists the recommended lateral distance for bystanders in an uncontrolled
environment from the body of a vehicle with an approved, properly installed transmitting antenna
(i.e. monopoles over a ground plane, or dipoles) at several different ranges of rated radio power
for mobile radios installed in a vehicle.
Table 1
Mobile Radio
Rated Power (see
Note below)

Minimum Lateral
Distance From
Vehicle Body

Less than 7 Watts

20 cm (8 Inches)

7 to 15 Watts

30 cm (1 Ft)

16 to 39 Watts

60 cm (2 Ft)

40 to 110 Watts

90 cm (3 Ft)

Note: If you are not sure of the rated power of your radio, contact your Motorola representative or
dealer and supply the radio model number found on the radio model label. If you cannot determine
the rated power out, then assure 90cms (3 feet) separation from the body of the vehicle.

Mobile Antenna Installation Guidelines

These mobile antenna installation guidelines are limited to metal body motor vehicles or vehicles
with appropriate ground planes.

Antennas should be installed in the centre area of the roof or the trunk lid taking into account the
bystander exposure conditions of backseat passengers and according to the specific instructions
and restrictions in the Radio. Installation Manual along with the requirements of the antenna
supplier.

Trunk lid installations are limited to vehicles with clearly defined flat trunk lids, and in some cases,
to specific radio models and antennas. See the Radio Installation Manual for specific information
on how and where to install specific types of approved antennas to facilitate recommended
operating distances to all potentially exposed persons.

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Use only Motorola-approved supplied antenna or a Motorola approved replacement


antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage the radio and
may result in non-compliance with RF Safety Standards.

Approved Accessories

This radio has been tested and meets the RF Safety Standards when used with the Motorola
accessories supplied or designated for this product. Use of other accessories may result in noncompliance with RF Safety Standards.

For a list of Motorola approved antennas, please see your dealer or local Motorola contact. Your
nearest dealer can be found at the following web site:

http://www.motorola.com/businessandgovernment/wemea/en-gb/public/functions/dealerlocator/
dealerlocator.aspx

Additional Information

For additional information on exposure requirements or other training information, visit

http://www.motorola.com/rfhealth

Compliance and Control Guidelines and Operating Instructions for Mobile


Two-Way Radios Installed as Fixed Site Control Stations
If mobile radio equipment is installed at a fixed location and operated as a control station or as a
fixed unit, the antenna installation must comply with the following requirements in order to ensure
optimal performance and compliance with the RF energy exposure limits in the standards and
guidelines listed on previous page:

The antenna should be mounted outside the building on the roof or a tower if at all possible.

As with all fixed site antenna installations, it is the responsibility of the licensee to manage the
site in accordance with applicable regulatory requirements and may require additional
compliance actions such as site survey measurements, signage, and site access restrictions in
order to insure that exposure limits are not exceeded.

Electromagnetic Interference/Compatibility
Note: Nearly every electronic device is susceptible to electromagnetic interference (EMI) if inadequately shielded, designed or otherwise configured for electromagnetic compatibility. It may be necessary to conduct compatibility testing to determine if any electronic equipment used in or around
vehicles or near fixed site antenna is sensitive to external RF energy or if any procedures need to be
followed to eliminate or mitigate the potential for interaction between the radio transmitter and the
equipment or device.

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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.

Vehicles
To avoid possible interaction between the radio transmitter and any vehicle electronic control
modules, such as, ABS, engine, or transmission controls, the radio should be installed only by an
experienced installer and that the following precautions be used when installing the radio:
1. Refer to the manufacturers instructions or other technical bulletins for recommendations on radio
installation.
2. Before installing the radio, determine the location of the electronic control modules and their
harnesses in the vehicle.
3. Route all radio wiring, including the antenna transmission line, as far away as possible from the
electronic control units and associated wiring.

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.

Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if driving conditions so require.

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OPERATIONAL WARNINGS

WARNING

For Vehicles With Air Bags


Do not mount or place a mobile radio in the area over an air bag or in the air bag deployment
area. Air bags inflate with great force. If a 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. 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 fuelling areas such
as below decks on boats, fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities, 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.
For radios installed in vehicles fueled by liquefied petroleum gas, refer to the (U.S.) National Fire
Protection Association standard, NFPA 58, for storage, handling, and/or container information.
For a copy of the LP-gas standard, NFPA 58, contact the National Fire Protection Association,
One Battery Park, Quincy, MA.

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ADDITIONAL IMPORTANT INFORMATION


FOR SERVICING AND INSTALLING THE RADIO

Caution
Only specialized workshops should be contacted for installation, maintenance and repair work.
This unit is equipped with protection fuses in the Power and Ignition Sense Cable.
Replace these fuses only with the original ratings!
Caution:

Failure to use correct manufactures approved parts


may result in physical damage to this unit.

Fuse for Power Cable GKN6270/GKN6274:


Fuse for Ignition Sense Cable HKN9327:

!
Achtung

10A (Motorola Part Number: 65C80283E05)


4A (Motorola Part Number: 65C80283E02)

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SERVICE UND INSTALLATION DES FUNKGERTES

Installations, Wartungs- und Reparaturarbeiten drfen ausschlielich von autorisiertem und geschultem
Personal ausgefhrt werden.
Dieses Gert ist mit einer Schutzsicherung im Stromversorgungskabel ausgestattet.
Bei Austausch ausschlielich den Originalwert verwenden
WARNUNG: Bei Einsetzen von nicht vom Hersteller freigegebenen Ersatzteilen
kann das Gert zerstrt werden.
Sicherung fr Stromversorgungskabel GKN6270/GKN6274: 10A (Motorola Best.-Nr.:65C80283E05)
Sicherung fr Zndungserkennungskabel HKN9327:
4A (Motorola Best.-Nr.:65C80283E02)

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SCOPE OF THIS MANUAL
This manual is intended for use by trained service technicians familiar with similar types of equipment only. It contains information required for the installation of the equipment described and is current as of the printing date. Changes which occur after the printing date may be incorporated by a
complete Manual revision or alternatively as additions.
NOTE

Before planning or starting the installation, please read the Safety Information
Section in the front of this manual.

This manual is divided into the following sections:

Copyright

Document History

User Safety, Training and General Information

CHAPTER 1

Scope & Warranty Information

CHAPTER 2

Model Information & Accessories

CHAPTER 3

Overview

CHAPTER 4

Theory of Operation

CHAPTER 5

Programming

CHAPTER 6

Testsetup & Testing

CHAPTER 7

Maintenance

CHAPTER 8

Schematic Diagrams, PCBs and Parts Lists

CHAPTER 9

Troubleshooting

Appendix

Connector Pin Functions

Appendix

Replacement Parts and Kits

Appendix

C Retrofitting the GPS and UCM board

Appendix

D Product Specific Information

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EMEA Manuals & User Guides


Product Information Manual
6866537D87

MTM800 Product Information (and programming) Manual

Installation Instructions
6866534D67

MTM700/MTM800 Installation Manual (English)

Service Manuals
6866537D72
6866537D98
6866539D02
6866537D20

MTM800 380-430MHz Detailed Service Manual (English)


MTM800 450-470MHz Detailed Service Manual (English)
MTM800 806-870MHz Detailed Service Manual (English)
MTM800 Basic Service Manual (English)

User Guides (Enhanced Control Head)


6866537D67
6866537D95
6866537D69

MTM800 Basic User Guide (EN / DE / FR / ES / NL)


MTM800 Basic User Guide (EN / SV / RU / IT / PL)
MTM800 Feature User Guide (English) only available on MOL:
(https://emeaonline.motorola.com)

User Guides (Motorcycle Control Head)


6866537D68
6866537D96
6866537D70

MTM800 Basic User Guide (EN / DE / FR / ES / NL)


MTM800 Basic User Guide (EN / SV / IT)
MTM800 Feature User Guide (English) only available on MOL:
(https://emeaonline.motorola.com)

Configuration Manual (Expansion Head Radio)


6866537D82

MTM800 Configuration Manual (English)

Safety Leaflets
6864117B25
6866537D37

Portable Safety Booklet


Mobile Safety Booklet

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LACR Manuals & User Guides


Product Information Manual
6866537D87

MTM800 Product Information (and programming) Manual

Installation Instructions
6866534D67

MTM700 Installation Instructions (English)

Service Manual
6866537D72
6866537D98
6866539D02
6815900H01

MTM800 380-430MHz Detailed Service Manual (English)


MTM800 450-470MHz Detailed Service Manual (English)
MTM800 806-870MHz Detailed Service Manual (English)
MTM800 Basic Service Manual (English)

User Guides
6881097C65
6881097C66
6881097C67

MTM800 STD Basic User Guide (English, Spanish, Portuguese)


MTM800 M/C Basic User Guide (English, Spanish, Portuguese)
MTM800 Data Terminal User Guide (English, Spanish, Portuguese)

CPS Start Up Manual


6881097C68

MTM800 CPS Start Up Manual (English, Spanish, Portuguese)

CD ROM
9964416H09

MTM800 Documentation CD
(includes 6881097C65, 6881097C66, 6881097C67 and 6881097C68)

Safety Leaflets
6804112J96
6804113J25

Mobile Safety Leaflet (APAC & LACR)


Portable Safety Leaflet (APAC & LACR)

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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.
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 terminal back to the appropriate Motorola warranty depot, please contact Customer Resources or your Motorola dealer, distributor or reseller. All returns must be accompanied by
a Warranty Claim Form, available from your Customer Service representative or Motorola Online
Extranet (MOL) or your Motorola dealer, distributor or reseller (refer to list in Appendix A). 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.

Motorola's Regional Radio Support Centres offer a repair service to both end users
and dealers at competitive prices.

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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CONTENTS

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

DOCUMENT HISTORY

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . III

PRODUCT SAFETY AND RF ENERGY EXPOSURE


RF Energy Exposure Awareness and Control Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v
Federal Communications Commission Regulations (US markets only) . . . . .vi
Compliance with RF Exposure Standard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .vi
Your Motorola two-way terminal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .vi
RF Exposure Compliance and Control Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .vi
Mobile Antenna Installation Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vii
Approved Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . viii
Additional Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . viii
Compliance and Control Guidelines and Operating Instructions . . . . . . . . . viii
Electromagnetic Interference/Compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . viii
Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ix
Vehicles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ix
Driver Safety
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ix
OPERATIONAL WARNINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x
For Vehicles With Air Bags . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x
Blasting Caps And Blasting Areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . x
ADDITIONAL IMPORTANT INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .xi
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SCOPE & WARRANTY INFORMATION


SCOPE OF THIS MANUAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EMEA Manuals & User Guides . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LACR Manuals & User Guides . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Warranty and Service Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
After Warranty Period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

CHAPTER 2

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MODEL INFORMATION & ACCESSORIES


MTM800 Mobile Terminal Model Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sales Model Nomenclature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Model Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Model Descriptions
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MTM800 Accessories-To-Model Chart
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OVERVIEW
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Digital Modulation Technique . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Voice Compression Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1

CHAPTER 4

THEORY OF OPERATION
Section Introduction

CHAPTER 4.1

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1

THEORY OF OPERATION (TRANSCEIVER)


Block Diagram and Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-1
Receiver Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-2
Transmitter Section
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-3
Controller Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-3
Frequency Generating Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-4
GPS 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
Main Synthesizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-8
Transmit frequency translation loop
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-8
Controller Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-9
Detailed Circuit Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-10
Receiver Path, Detailed Circuit Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-10
Antenna Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-10
AGC_0 Attenuator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-10
Pre Selector Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-10
LNA and AGC_1 Attenuator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-10
Second Pre-selector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-10
Mixer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-11
IF Filter, Amplifier, AGC_2 Attenuator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-11
IF Digitizing Subsystem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-11
Transmitter Path, Detailed Circuit Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-12
ADDAG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-12
Tx LO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-12
JAVELIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-12
RF Power Amplifier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-13
Directional Coupler and RF Feedback Path . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-13
Antenna Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-13
Harmonic Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-13
Frequency Generating Section Detailed Circuit Description . . . . . . . . .4.1-14
Reference Oscillator - TCXO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-14
Main VCO and Main Synthesizer
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-14
Transmit Frequency Translation Loop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-15
Controller Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-16
DC Power Distribution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-16
Microprocessor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-18
Host Memories
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-19
Terminal Audio System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-21
General purpose inputs and outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-23
GPS Sub Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.1-24

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THEORY OF OPERATION (CONTROL HEADS)


Enhanced Control Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-1
Power Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-1
Voltage Regulator Circuit
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-1
Power On / Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-2
Microprocessor Circuit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-2
SBEP Serial Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-3
Keypad Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-3
Status LED and Back Light Circuit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-3
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-4
Microphone Connector Signals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-4
Electrostatic Transient Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-5
Expansion Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-6
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-6
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-6
Circuit Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-6
Remote Mount Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-7
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-7
Description
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-7
Motorcycle Control Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-8
Power Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-8
Volume Control / ON/OFF Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-8
Micro controller (U4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-8
Crystal Oscillator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-8
LCD Display
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-8
Backlight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-8
Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-9
Power Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-9
Temperature Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-9
Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-9
Backlight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-9
External Microphones and Speakers
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-9
Helmet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2-9

CHAPTER 5

PROGRAMMING THE TERMINAL

CHAPTER 6

TEST SETUP & TESTING


Typical Test Setup
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
Before Testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
Test Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2
Test Check List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
Receiver Tests
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
Transmitter Tests
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
Call Processing Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
Duplex Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
Configuration of the IFR 2968 System Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Configuration of the IFR 2968 Manual Test Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-8
RF Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9
Receiver Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9
Simulate Base Station (registration) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9
RSSI Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9
Transmitter Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-10
Call Processing Test
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-11
Talk Back . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-11

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Call to Mobile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Duplex Test (Phone/Private Mode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Digital Duplex Test (Tx) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Service Flow Chart (Board Level) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fuses on the Mainboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

CHAPTER 7

6-11
6-11
6-11
6-13
6-14

MAINTENANCE
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
Preventive Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
Cleaning
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
Cleaning External Plastic Surfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2
Cleaning Internal Circuit Boards and Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2
Safe Handling of CMOS and LDMOS Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3
Pre-baking of Integrated Circuits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
Repair Procedures and Techniques - General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
Parts Replacement and Substitution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
Disassembling and Reassembling the Terminal - General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-5
Terminal Disassembly and Reassembly - Detailed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-5
Control Head Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-5
Top Plastic Cover Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-6
Transceiver Board Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-7
Reassembly the Terminal Chassis And Transceiver Board . . . . . . . . . 7-8
Control Head Fitting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-8
Enhanced Control Head - Disassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-9
Enhanced Control Head - Reassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-10
Remote Mount Head - Disassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-11
Remote Mount Head - Reassembly
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-12
Expansion Head - Disassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-13
Expansion Head - Reassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-14
Motorcycle Control Head - Disassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-15
Motorcycle Control Head - Reassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-16
Service Aids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-16
EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-17
Transceiver - Exploded View and Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-17
Enhanced Control Head - Exploded View and Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-19
Expansion Head - Exploded View and Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-20
Remote Mount Head - Exploded View and Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-21
Motorcycle Control Head - Exploded View and Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-23

CHAPTER 8

SCHEMATICS, PCBS AND PARTS LISTS


Section Introduction

CHAPTER 8.1

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1

SCHEMATICS, PCBS AND PARTS LISTS (TRANSCEIVER)


CHASSIS_OVERVIEW TRANSCEIVER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8.1-4
PCB / Main Board TOP SIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8.1-5
PCB / Main Board BOT SIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8.1-6
TX-LOW SECTION (JAVELIN) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8.1-7
PA SECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8.1-8
ABACUS Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8.1-9
FRAC-N Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8.1-10
FE and Mixer Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8.1-11
RX VCO Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8.1-12

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TX VCO Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1-13


Controller Power Supply Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1-14
I/O Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1-15
Controller Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1-16
Port Controller Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1-17
PATRIOT Controller Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1-18
PATRIOT Memory Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1-19
Controller Audio Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1-20
Controller USB/ADC Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1-21
GPS Sub Module PCB TOP & BOT side . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1-22
GPS Sub Module Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1-23
PARTS LISTS
Parts on the Mainboard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1-24
Parts on the GPS Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1-30

CHAPTER 8.2

SCHEMATICS, PCBS AND PARTS LISTS (CONTROL HEADS)


ENHANCED_CONTROL_HEAD / BOT & TOP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.2-2
ENHANCED_CONTROL_HEAD / Schematic 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.2-3
ENHANCED_CONTROL_HEAD / Schematic 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.2-4
ENHANCED_CONTROL_HEAD / Schematic 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.2-5
ENHANCED_CONTROL_HEAD / Schematic 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.2-6
EXPANSION_HEAD / Exp. Board BOT & TOP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.2-7
EXPANSION_HEAD / Exp. Board / Schema. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.2-8
EXPANSION_HEAD / SB 9600 interface / Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . 8.2-9
PCB / EXPANSION_HEAD / Connector Board / BOT & TOP SIDE . . 8.2-10
EXPANSION_HEAD / Connector Board / Schematic Diagram . . . . . . 8.2-11
PCB / REMOTE_MOUNT_HEAD / BOT & TOP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.2-12
REMOTE_MOUNT_HEAD Schematic Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.2-13
PCB / MOTORCYCLE_CONTROL_HEAD / BOT & TOP SIDE . . . . . 8.2-14
MOTORCYCLE_CONTROL_HEAD (Sheet 1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.2-15
MOTORCYCLE_CONTROL_HEAD (Sheet 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.2-16
PARTS LIST
Enhanced Control Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.2-17
Expansion Head / Expansion Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.2-19
Expansion Head / Connector Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.2-19
Remote Mount Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.2-19
Motorcycle Control Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.2-20

CHAPTER 9

TROUBLESHOOTING
Section Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Test Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting Flowcharts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

9-1
9-1
9-1
9-1
9-3

TROUBLESHOOTING CHARTS
Main Function Test Chart (Sheet 1) >> Startup Procedure << . . . . . . 9.1-2
Main Function Test Chart (Sheet 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.1-3
Controller Troubleshooting (Sheet 1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.1-4
Controller Troubleshooting (Sheet 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.1-5
DC Supply Troubleshooting
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.1-6
GPIO Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.1-7
Receiver Audio Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.1-8

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Transmitter Audio Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9.1-9


Warping Failure Troubleshooting
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9.1-10
RF Power Amplifier Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9.1-11
PA Bias Failure Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9.1-12
JAVELIN Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9.1-13
Receiver Troubleshooting (Sheet 1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9.1-14
Receiver Troubleshooting (Sheet 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9.1-15
Front-End Tuning Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9.1-16
Tx Frequency Generation Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9.1-17
Main VCO Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9.1-18
Main Synthesizer Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9.1-19
GPS Troubleshooting (Sheet 1)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9.1-20
GPS Troubleshooting (Sheet 2)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9.1-21

APPENDIX A

CONNECTOR PIN FUNCTIONS


Transceiver Rear - Pin Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1
Transceiver Front - Pin Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3
Enhanced Control Head - Pin Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5
Remote Mount Head - Pin Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-7
Expansion Head - Pin Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-8
Motorcycle Control Head - Pin Function
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-10

APPENDIX B

REPLACEMENT PARTS & KITS


Servicing MTM800 Mobile Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-1
Level 1 and Level 2 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-1
Level 3 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-1
Replacement Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-1
SERVICE INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-2
Europe, Middle East and Africa Region . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-2
Asia, Pacific Region . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-3
Latin America Region . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-4
SERVICE KITS
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-6

APPENDIX C

RETROFITTING THE GPS AND UCM MODULE


Retrofitting the GPS board
Retrofitting the UCM board

APPENDIX D

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-1
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-2

PRODUCT SPECIFIC INFORMATION


Equipment Electrical Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-1
Normal Load Conditions: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-1
Fuse Identification
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-1

SPEZIELLE PRODUKTINFORMATIONEN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-2


Nennwerte fr das Funkgert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-2
Betriebsbedingungen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-2
Sicherungen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-2

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MODEL INFORMATION & ACCESSORIES


MTM800 Mobile Terminal Model Information
This manual applies to the following Mobile Terminal Models
Type No.

Sales Model No.

Short Description

Model

MT912M

M80UCS6TZ5AN

MTM800 ENH 806-870 Dash

M1

MT912M

M80UCS6TZ4AN

MTM800 ENH 806-870 Desk

M2

MT912M

M80UCS6TZ6AN

MTM800 ENH 806-870 Remote

M3

MT912M

M80UCS6TZ2AN

MTM800 ENH 806-870 Mcycle

M4

Note: For identifacition of service tanapa numbers please refer to appendix B REPLACEMENT PARTS & KITS.

Sales Model Nomenclature


Position: 1 2
Typical Model Number: M 8

3
0

4
U

5
C

6
S

7
6

8
T

9 10 11 12
Z 4 A N

Type of Unit
M = Mobile Product
Model Series
47 = MTM700
80 = MTM800

Unique Variation
N = Standard Package

Frequency Band
P = 380 - 430 MHz
R = 438 - 482 MHz
U = 806 - 870 MHz

Version Letter

Feature Level
Level
C = 1.0 to 3.9 Watts
Physical Packages
C = Data Expansion Head
N = Standard Control Head
S = Enhanced Control head
W= Motorcycle Control Head

2
4
5
6

= Motorcycle Mount
=
= Dash/Desk Mount
= Remote Mount

Primary System Type


Z = TETRA

Channel Spacing

Primary Operation

6 = 20/25 kHz

T = Trunking

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Model Specifications*
GENERAL
ETSi:

RECEIVER

ETS 300 394-1

Type Number:
MT912M

Temperature Range for Transceiver:

Power Supply:
Minimum:
Nominal:
Maximum:
max. Current

Superheterodyne

Frequency Range:

806-870 MHz

Operating
Storage:

Receiver Type:

TRANSMITTER

-30C to +60C
-40C to +85C

RF Power:
851-870 MHz

Channel Spacing:

25 kHz

3,16 W / 35 dBm
3,16 W / 35 dBm

Frequency Range TMO:

-112 dBm
Frequency Range DMO:
-47 dBm

Blocking (50-100 kHz):

-40 dBm

Dimensions (HxWxD) in mm:

Spurious Rejection:

-45 dBm

Transceiver with

Adjacent Channel
Interference Ratio:

10.8 Vdc
13.2 Vdc
15.6 Vdc
approx. 3.5 A

851-870 MHz

-45 dB

Frequency Stability:

Frequency Stability:
Locked to Base
Not Locked to Base

+/-100 Hz
+/- 1 kHz

Spurious Emissions:

60 x 185 x 175

Weight in grams:
Transceiver with
Enhanced Control
Head, Dash Mount

TMO
DMO

806-825 MHz
Sensitivity (3.5%) BER:
Intermodulation:

Enhanced Control
Head, Dash Mount

/4DQPSK

Modulation Type:

1500

Locked to Base
Unlocked to Base

+/-100 Hz
+/- 1 kHz

Audio Rated (@4


Ohms):
For External Speaker:
Distortion at Rated Audio:

10 W
5% Max.

Conducted/ Radiated

36 dBm <=1GHz
30 dBm > 1GHz

Adjacent Channel Power (@ 25 kHz):


806-870MHz

60 dBc

*) Technical information may be subject to change without further notice.

Model Descriptions**
Model

Description

M1

Dash Mount with Mobile Terminal (806-870MHz) with Direct Mount Control Head, Speaker, Microphone or
Handset, Standard User Guide, and Installation Accessories.

M2

Desk Mount with Mobile Terminal (806-870MHz) with Direct Mount Control Head, Speaker, Microphone or
Handset, Standard User Guide, and Installation Accessories.

M3

Remote Mount with Mobile Terminal (806-870MHz), with Expansion Control Head, User Guide Data, and
Installation Accessories.

M4

Motorcycle Mount with Mobile Terminal (806-870MHz) with Motorcycle Control Head, Expansion Control
Head, Speaker, Microphone, Motorcycle Cables, Motorcycle User Guide, and Installation Accessories.
**) Other combinations are not recommend or not possible.

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OVERVIEW
General
The MTM800 ENH is Motorolas latest and most advanced digital mobile TETRA radio. This radio
generation is based on a new digital platform technology which takes care of the linear modulation
type of radios to support the TETRA needs. It covers Trunk Mode Operation (TMO) as well as Direct
Mode Operation (DMO) and among other new features it is supplied with extended code and operating memory capacity to support all new market requirements. The MTM800 ENH TETRA radio
ensures a high audio quality.
To achieve high spectrum efficiency, the MTM800 ENH uses digital modulation technology and
sophisticated voice-compression algorithm. The voice of the person speaking into the microphone is
converted into a digital bit stream consisting of zeros (0) and ones (1). This stream is then modulated into a radio-frequency (RF) signal, which is transmitted over the air to another MTM800 ENH.
The process is called digital modulation.

Digital Modulation Technique


The MTM800 ENH Mobile Terminal can be operated in dispatch mode. It uses two digital technologies: /4 DQPSK and Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA).
/4 DQPSK is a modulation technique that transmits information by altering the phase of the radio
frequency (RF) signal. Data is converted into complex symbols, which alter the RF signal and transmit the information. When the signal is received, the change in phase is converted back into symbols and then into the original data.
The Tetra system can accommodate 4-voice channels in the standard 25 KHz channel as used in
the two-way radio.
Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) is used to allocate portions of the RF signal by dividing time
into four slots, one for each unit.
Time allocation enables each unit to transmit its voice information without interference from other
transmitting units. Transmission from a unit or base station is accommodated in time-slot lengths of
15 milliseconds and frame lengths of 60 milliseconds. The TDMA technique requires sophisticated
algorithms and a digital signal processor (DSP) to perform voice compression/decompression and
RF modulation/demodulation.

Voice Compression Technology


Voice is converted into a digital bit stream by sampling the voice at high rate and converting the
samples into numbers, which are represented by bits.
Voice compression reduces the number of bits per second while maintaining the voice at an acceptable quality level. The Tetra system uses a coding technique called ACELP (Algebraic Code Excited
Linear Prediction). The compressed voice-data bits modulate the RF signal.

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Section Introduction
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.
This Chapter contains the following sections:

4.1

Transceiver 806-870MHz

4.2

Control Heads

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CHAPTER 4.1

THEORY OF OPERATION
Block Diagram and Overview
The main Digital/RF block contains the following five sections:

Receiver Section
Transmitter Section
Frequency Generating Section (Synthesizer)
Controller Section
GPS sub module

An overview and a detailed description of these sections is provided in the following paragraphs.

Battery

Antenna
Switch

GPS

DC Block

Transmitter

Digital Block

Synthesizer

Receiver
Audio
MAIN BOARD

Control Head
or
Expansion Head

Figure 1 General Block Diagram

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Receiver Section
The receiver section includes the following main components:

Antenna Switch

AGC_0 Attenuator

Front End Pre-selector Filter

Low Noise Amplifier (LNA)

AGC_1 Attenuator

Second Pre-selector Filter

Mixer

IF Filter

IF Amplifier

AGC_2 Attenuator and Buffer

IF Digitizing Subsystem

The Receiver Path implements an Automatic Gain Control (AGC), which is required to maintain
good receiver linearity over a wide range of incoming signal levels and prevents clipping of high level
signals.
The IF Digitizing Subsystem performs the following functions:

Carries out amplification and down conversion of the signal into the second IF.

Performs IF AGC.

Converts the second IF analog signal into baseband digital I & Q format.

Transmits the I & Q baseband data to the DSP for further processing.

Synthesizes the second LO frequency.

Synthesizes the Sigma-Delta clock

Calculates the received signal strength.

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Transmitter Section
The transmitter incorporates cartesian feedback circuitry to enhance transmitter linearity to reduce
power splatter into adjacent channels. The transmitter circuitry comprises the following components:

Modulation digital to analog conversion, performed by:


Analog-to-Digital / Digital-to-Analog IC (ADDAG),

Modulation up-converter, performed by:


Low Noise Offset Direct Conversion Transmitter integrated circuit (JAVELIN),

Balun and Attenuator,

Linear class AB Power Amplifier (PA),

Directional coupler,

Isolator (depends on terminal model)

Antenna switch, and

Harmonic filter.

The transmitter linearization feedback signal is taken from the forward power port of the directional
coupler, attenuated, and passed to the RF feedback port of the JAVELIN integrated circuit.

Controller Section
This section includes the Patriot Bravo, which controls the transmit, receive and synthesize
operations of the integrated circuits located in the RF section. Within the Patriot Bravo are the DSP
and the serial interfaces.
The controller section contains the following:

Voltage regulators

Power On/Off circuitry

Patriot Bravo

Host memories (FLASH and SRAM)

Serial peripheral interface (SPI)

RS232, USB, SB9600, SBEP serial interfaces

RX and TX path multiplexer

Programmable potentiometer

CODEC

Audio power amplifier (PA)

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Frequency Generating Section


The frequency generating section comprises the following components:

Reference Oscillator - TCXO

Main Synthesizer - consists of the Main Voltage Controlled Oscillator (VCO) and Low Voltage
Fractional-N integrated circuit (LVFRACN). In receive mode, the main synthesizer provides
the local oscillator injection to the receiver first mixer. In transmit mode, this synthesizer
provides the frequency reference for the transmit frequency translation loop.

Transmit frequency translation loop. Consists of the transmit Voltage Controlled Oscillator
(VCO) and ESCORT Near Unity Divider (NUD) Phase Locked Loop IC.

GPS Section
The GPS Sub module includes the following main components:

Front End Filter

LNA matching network

The Phoenix GPS Acquisition Module (PGAM)

26MHz Reference TCXO

Power supply for PGAM IC

5V (20mA) Phantom Power Supply for external LNA

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Block Diagrams Descriptions


The block diagrams descriptions cover Receiver Path, Transmitter Path, Frequency Generation
Section, and Controller Section.

Receiver Path
The received signal (see figure below) from the antenna is directed by the Antenna Switch to the
Front End Pre-selector Filter.

1st LO From
FGU

Antenna
Switch
Rx
Harmonic
Filter

Tx

Image
Filter

LNA

Pre-selector

Mixer

73.35 MHz
First IF Filter

IF
Amplifier

From Tx PA

2nd
Mixer
Dynamic
Range
Extension

16.8 MHz
Reference
from FGU

ADC
LNA

Decimation
Filter

Formatting
SSI
(BBP)

DSP (Part of
Controller)

Variable
Gain
Amplifier

Sample
Clock
PLL

2nd LO
PLL

CODEC

IF Digitizing
Subsystem
AUDIO
PA

Loop
Filter

2nd
LO

Figure 2

Loop
Filter

Sample
Clock
VCO

Receive Path Block Diagram

The receive pre-selector filter performs the following functions:

passes frequencies in the 851 870 MHz receive frequency range, and
blocks unwanted spurious frequencies like half IF and image frequencies.

The signal is mixed with the low side injection local oscillator signal to create the first IF at 73.35
MHz. The IF signal is filtered by the crystal filter, amplified by the IF amplifier, and sent to the IF
Digitizing IC.
The IF Digitizing Subsystem performs the following functions:

down conversion to the second IF at 2.25 MHz,


perform a bandpass sigma-delta analog-to-digital conversion of the second IF signal into inphase (I) and quadrature (Q) digital signals.

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Formats the I and Q data streams into a serial bit stream, which is sent for further processing
to the Digital Signal Processor (DSP) (part of the micro controller) over the Synchronous
Serial Interface (SSI) data link.

The DSP performs the following functions:

Base band filtering,


Synchronisation
Demodulation
Forward Error Correction (FEC)
other correction algorithms for overcoming channel errors, and
the decoder procedure for digital speech data decompression.

Transmitter Path
When the terminal is transmitting (see figure below), microphone audio is sent to the CODEC, which
performs analog-to-digital conversion and routes the digital signal to the DSP. The DSP performs the
following functions:

coding,
error correction, and
generation of the baseband modulation waveform.

From the DSP, baseband digital I and Q modulation waveform samples are sent to the ADDAG IC,
where the digital data is converted into baseband analog I and Q waveforms and filtered.

Tx LO
Injection
from FGU

Buffer

Balun

Differential
Signal for
Up- and Down
Converter
Antenna
Switch

ADDAG

JAVELIN

Coupler

Balun and
Attenuator
Pre-driver

DSP

RF Feedback

Driver

PA

Attenuator

Tx
Isolator
(Depends
on Model)

Rx

Harmonic
Filter

To
Receiver

CODEC

Mic

Figure 3 Transmit Path Block Diagram


The analog modulation signal is passed on to the JAVELIN where it is up-converted to the
transmitter operating frequency. The modulated RF output signal from the JAVELIN is converted
from differential to single-ended by a balun, and passed to the attenuator, pre-driver IC, driver
transistor, power amplifier transistor, directional coupler, and isolator (depends on terminal model),
from where it is routed to the antenna via the antenna switch and harmonic filter. An RF feedback
signal is taken from the directional coupler and fed back to the JAVELIN for transmitter power control
and linearization.

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Frequency Generating Section


The frequency generating section comprises the following components
(see figure below):

16.8 MHz TCXO Reference Oscillator.

Main Synthesizer - consists of the Main Voltage Controlled Oscillator (VCO) and Low Voltage
Fractional-N (LVFRACN) integrated circuit PLL. In receive mode, the main synthesizer
provides the local oscillator injection to the receiver first mixer. In transmit mode, this
synthesizer provides the frequency reference for the transmit frequency translation loop.

Transmit frequency translation loop - consists of the transmit Voltage Controlled Oscillator
(VCO) and ESCORT Near Unity Divider (NUD) Phase Locked Loop IC.

Frequency
Translation
PLL
(ESCORT)

Loop
Filter

TX
VCO

Buffer

Tx Injection
to JAVELIN

Buffer

16.8 MHz Ref. to


Controller
16.8 MHz Ref.
to IF Digitizing
Subsystem

Buffer

Reference
Divider

Buffer

Phase
Detector

Loop
Filter

Main
VCO

Prescaler
16.8 MHz
TCXO

Buffer

To Rx
1st LO

VCO BIC

Warp DAC

LVFRACN PLL

Figure 4 Frequency Generating - Block Diagram


The reference oscillator TCXO is a temperature compensated crystal oscillator producing an
accurate and stable 16.8 MHz master clock, from which all other clocks in the terminal are derived. It
provides the reference frequency for the following components:

the main frequency synthesizer,

the IF Digitizing Subsystem,

the ADDAG, and

the micro controller

Its operating frequency is fine tuned by means of a warp voltage signal which is controlled by the
controller and generated by the LVFRACN IC

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Main Synthesizer
The Main Synthesizer consists of the main VCO and LVFRACN PLL IC. The main synthesizer
provides the LO signal to the first mixer for down-converting the received signal to the 73.35 MHz
first IF frequency and in transmit mode provides the reference frequency for the ESCORT frequency
translation loop.

Transmit frequency translation loop


The transmitter frequency translation loop consists of the transmit VCO and ESCORT near unity
divider PLL IC. This subsystem generates the carrier frequency injection signal for the JAVELIN.

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Controller Section
The controller section contains the Patriot Bravo dual core (DSP / RISC) processor and its external
memory, the TX and RX audio processing, the serial interfaces and I/O circuitry.
The Patriot Bravo controls the receive / transmit frequencies, power levels, control head display and
keypad, serial interfaces, accessories, MMI, and other terminal functions. This microprocessor can
be operated through the RS232 interface by a personal computer to program the FLASH.
The TX audio circuitry selects between the different microphone inputs, controls the TX audio level
and converts the analog audio signal to a digital format.
The RX audio circuitry converts the received signal from digital format to an analog audio signal,
performs volume control and amplifies the signal to speaker level.
The DSP performs signalling, and voice encoding and decoding.

16.8MHz 32.768kHz 3V0

PATRIOT

Level
shifter
& buffer

UARTB

ABACU S III
ADDAG
JAVELIN
LVFRACN
ESCORT
PCIC

A+
SW B+
5V

On/Off

BBP

ABACU S III
ADDAG

1.8V 1.55V

Front
J0550

SBEP

Mic
ON_OFF_
CTRL

DSP

SAP

SAP

SPIA

PA Temp

MC U

PWM
ADC

GPIO

ADDAG_TXE
AGC_0_FE
AGC_1_FE
AGC_2_IF
LO2 ON

CODEC
M C145483

CESG
Memory

L1T

Battery Voltage

Mux control / PA enable

SPIB

1.8V

J0600

SW B+

J0400

I/O

16
+
4 pin

Key fail / flash

J0450

Level
shifter
& buffer

SPIB

Option Slot
24-PIN (GPS)

Rear

Option Slot
40 pin (UCM)

Soft turn off

UARTA

RTC

12
pin

Audio
MUX
/E2POT
AF-PA

On/Off Ctrl

Ignition / Emergeny

Emergency
Ext. Alarm
Ext. PTT
Ignition
Mic

4 wire
18 pin FLEX
connection
board

SRAM
4 M Byte

EIM

FLASH
16 M Byte

RESET_OUT
RESET_JAV_ADDAG
RESET_ABACUS
GPS_RESET

Mic+RXaudio,
Speaker audio

J0570
SB9600 / JTAG / RS232 / USB

Front
J0500
8 wire

SAP

Figure 5 Controller Block Diagram

40
pin

Switched
by internal
Patriot
register
(GPCR)

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Detailed Circuit Description


Receiver Path, Detailed Circuit Description
For the Receive Path Block Diagram see Figure 2.

Antenna Switch
The signal coming from the antenna is routed to the receiver section via the harmonic filter, which is
comprised of L5461, L5462, C5461, C5462, C5464 and C5466. The signal continues to flow through
quarter wave transformer L5452 and C5555 to the RX section toward pre-selector filter. The limiter
(D5002) function is to prevent entrance of signals with power higher than 30dBm, which may
damage the receiver front-end.

Pre Selector Filter


The signal is passed to the first pre-selector filter (FL5002) and from there routed to Low Noise
Amplifier (LNA) (U5003). The first pre-selector filter attenuates incoming spurious RF frequencies,
especially the image frequency

LNA
The Low noise amplifier (LNA) U5003 amplifies the incoming received signal. It maintains a large
gain and small Noise Figure. When LNA "enable" (pin 3, VPD) receives a supply of 1.9 V from DC
switch (Q5002), the amplifier is enabled. From the LNA the signal passes to the second pre-selector
filter (FL5001).

Second Pre-selector
The second pre-selector filter (FL5001) provides further attenuation of incoming image and half-IF
spurious response signals, as well as noise at the image frequency that may be generated by the
LNA. From the output of the second pre-selector filter the received signal is sent to the RF input port
of the first mixer.

Mixer
Mixer U5002 down-converts the incoming RF signal to the 73.35 MHz first IF, utilizing a first local
oscillator signal tuned 73.35 MHz below the desired receiver operating frequency. An impedance
matching network (L5012, C5037, C5036, L5201, C5203, L5011, L5018) is placed between the
mixer output and IF filter U5201.

IF Filter, Amplifier, Dynamic Range Extension


The IF signal is routed via IF filter (FL5201) to IF amplifier Q5201. From there it is routed to the
Dynamic Range Extension circuitry which comprises Q5101, its bias components, and D5121. This
circuitry is required to maintain good receiver linearity over a wide range of incoming signal levels,

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and prevent clipping of high level signals. This circuit avoids the use of fixed switchable attenuators
typically used in Automatic Gain Control (AGC) circuits.

IF Digitizing Subsystem
The IF Digitizing Subsystem is comprised of U5101. Here the IF signal is amplified and then mixed
with an internally generated 2nd LO signal to produce the second IF signal.
The 2nd IF signal is first processed by a variable gain amplifier and then converted to in-phase and
quadrature (I and Q) digital data samples by means of a bandpass sigma-delta analog-to-digital
converter.
The I and Q digital signals are formatted into a single serial bit stream and sent for further
processing to the Digital Signal Processor (DSP) (part of micro-processor) over the Synchronous
Serial Interface (SSI) data link.
An internal AGC circuit controls the gain of the variable gain amplifier (VGA) to ensure that the
maximum signal level into the ADC does not exceed a fixed analog ADC clip level and the rms
output level of the ADC is maintained at an established reference level.
An internal phase locked loop control circuit controls the frequency of voltage controlled oscillator
Q5180 which generates the 71.1 MHz 2nd LO injection frequency.
An internal phase locked loop control circuit controls the frequency of voltage controlled oscillator
Q5190 which generates the 18MHz sample clock frequency utilized by the ADC and decimation
filters.
Both phase locked loops derive their frequency reference from the buffered 16.8 MHz TCXO master
clock.

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Transmitter Path, Detailed Circuit Description


For the Transmit Path Block Diagram see Figure 3.

ADDAG
The Analog to Digital/Digital to Analog IC U5810 (ADDAG) receives the modulation waveform as
serial data transmitted by the DSP at a 48 kbps rate to the SSI port (ball C7, STD). Data is
transmitted as a 16-bit 'I' word followed by a 16-bit 'Q' word. The ADDAG provides a serial clock of
2.4MHz to the DSP (ball B6, SCK) and sends a frame sync signal (ball B7, SFS) at the beginning of
every 'I' word transmission, to instruct the DSP to send data.
In the ADDAG, the received serial I & Q words are converted into parallel I & Q words, and
transferred to an interpolation filter. The interpolation filter increases the sampling rate to reduce inband 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 8-bit D/A converters.
The D/A converters take the digital I & Q words and convert them into analog signals, which are
filtered and amplified. The output is comprised of two separate low-level differential signals, I & Q
(ball E2, OUT1; ball E1, OUT1B; ball D1, OUTQ; ball C1, OUTQB). The output signals are routed to
the JAVELIN IC for up conversion to the transmitter operating frequency. They are also available on
R5841, R5842, R5843 and R5844. The ADDAG sends a 2.4MHz low-level differential reference
clock signal (ball C2, TCLK; ball B1, TCLKB) to the JAVELIN.
It also sends a differential signal (ball A1, TSLOT; ball B2, TSLOTB) that marks the beginning and
end of each transmission slot (whenever a TXE signal {ball B5 TXE} is received from the DSP). After
receiving the TSLOT signal, the JAVELIN toggles the ASW line (ball F2, ASW) which signals the
ADDAG to set VCNTO signal LOW (ball F2, VCNTO) which enables the Antenna Switch during the
transmit slot. The ADDAG starts to receive data from DSP after TXE signal (ball B5, TXE).

Tx LO
The Tx LO signal path processes the signal generated by the Transmit Frequency Translation Loop
(part of the FGU), which determines the operating frequency of the transmitter. The input signal is
amplified by Q5801, and passed to the Balun T5801 which provides the differential signal to the
JAVELIN LO input (balls H5, VCO1 and H6, VCO1B. Internally to the JAVELIN the signal is routed to
the feedback down conversion circuitry and to a 90 degree phase shifter, that provides the I and Q
vectors for up conversion.

JAVELIN
The Low Noise Offset Direct Conversion Transmitter (JAVELIN) U5809 performs the following tasks:

up converts the baseband I and Q modulation waveform to the transmitter operating


frequency,

controls power output, and

cancels power amplifier distortion products created by non-linearities in the RF power


amplifier output stage.

The differential base-band signals from the ADDAG are input into the JAVELIN on balls C1, B1, C3,
B2 (BINQB, BINQ, BINIB and BINI). The baseband I and Q waveforms are passed through a

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variable attenuator and then they are summed with the down-converted I & Q feedback signal. The
base-band 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 base-band I & Q signals to produce an I and Q modulated
signal at RF frequency. The signal is then output differentially on balls E8 and D8 (RFOUT2B,
RFOUT2), where the differential RF signal is converted to a single-ended unbalanced output by
means of BALUN T5802. The output signal from the BALUN is applied to the RF Power Amplifier.

RF Power Amplifier
The RF Power Amplifier consists of attenuator R5413, R5414, R5415, pre-driver IC U5401, driver
transistor Q5421, and output transistor Q5431. The overall RF gain of the power amplifier string is
fine tuned by the BIAS1 voltage from the controller, which is applied to VCNTRL pin 1 on pre- driver
U5401. The BIAS1 signal is buffered by amplifier Q5501. The operating bias point of driver Q5421
and PA Q5431 is set by BIAS2 and BIAS3 respectively, buffered by Q5521 and Q5542.

Directional Coupler and RF Feedback Path


A directional coupler exists at the RF PA output, and is used to pass the signal to the Antenna
Switch via the isolator FL 5451 and to sample the signal thus providing the necessary feedback for
the linearization and feedback correction. The sampled signal is routed via attenuator R5453,
R5454, R5455 and the BALUN L5812 to the JAVELIN (ball D1, RFIN, ball E1, RFINB). Internally to
the JAVELIN, the RF feedback signal is mixed down to base-band in a quadrature down mixer, and
summed with the base-band input signal to provide cancellation of modulation distortion generated
in the power amplifier.

Antenna Switch
The RF signal from the Directional Coupler is applied to PIN diode D5451. This PIN diode is turned
on during the transmission time slot, to route the transmitter output signal to the harmonic filter
(C5455-C5457,C5461-C6467, L5461, and L5462), and from there on to the antenna connector.
During the transmit time slot, pin diode D5551 is also turned on, preventing power from the
transmitter from reaching the receiver LNA. During receive time slots, PIN diodes D5451 and D5551
are OFF, allowing receive signals to pass from the antenna connector through the harmonic filter,
through L5452, and on to the receiver input preselector.

Harmonic Filter
From the antenna switch the signal is routed to the harmonic filter, consisting of C5455-C5457,
C5461-6467, L5461, and L5462. The filter is required to attenuate transmitter harmonics during
transmit mode, and leakage of local oscillator harmonics during receive mode.

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Frequency Generating Section Detailed Circuit Description


For the Frequency Generating Section Block Diagram see Figure 4.
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:

16.8 MHz Reference Oscillator - TCXO.

Main VCO and Main Synthesizer.

Transmit frequency translation loop.

Reference Oscillator - TCXO


16.8 MHz TCXO (Y5363) is a temperature compensated crystal oscillator producing an accurate
and stable 16.8 MHz master clock to the terminal RF circuits. Its operating frequency is fine tuned by
means of a warp voltage signal generated by the LVFRACN IC (U5331, pin 25). On terminal powerup, an initial warp voltage setting is programmed into the LVFRACN IC by the microprocessor via the
SPI bus, using a stored value programmed into the terminal codeplug during factory tuning.
While the receiver is registered to the terminal system, an automatic frequency control algorithm is
executed by the microprocessor, to fine tune the LVFRACN warp voltage to bring the TCXO
frequency into alignment with the terminal system frequency standard.
The output signal at pin 3 of the TCXO is passed to LVFRACN IC U5331, where it is used as a
reference for the main frequency synthesizer. The TCXO output is also buffered by Q5351, and
passed to other terminal circuits via REF16_8_OSC. The LVFRACN IC buffers the 16.8 MHz
reference, and provides it at FREFOUT (pin 41) for use by other terminal circuits.

Main VCO and Main Synthesizer


The synthesizer components are LVFRACN, Loop Filter, VCO and VCO Buffer IC (VCO BIC). It
produces the receiver first LO signal, as well as serving as the reference for the transmit frequency
translation loop.
The operating frequency of Voltage Controlled Oscillator (VCO) with active element Q5712 is
determined by resonator W5701, in conjunction with C5735, C5737, C5738, C5736, L5733, and
varactors D5731-5734. The operating frequency of the oscillator is varied by means of varactor
tuning voltage VCTRL, supplied by the LVFRACN U5331 IOUT signal (pin 43), and filtered by loop
filter components C5303, R5304, C5305, R5303, R5302, and C5301. The RF output of the VCO is
buffered by U5701
U5701 pin 12 provides a sample of the VCO output to the LVFRACN prescaler input (pin 32), where
the signal is divided down to a lower comparison frequency by means of a programmable frequency
divider. The divided down VCO signal is compared to a signal derived from the 16.8 MHz reference
clock to generate an error signal (IOUT) which is filtered by the loop filter and tunes the VCO to the
programmed operating frequency.
A LOCK_FN signal is available at LVFRACN pin 4 to provide feedback to the microprocessor that
the synthesizer has successfully locked to the programmed frequency.The RX_OUT signal from
buffer U5701 pin 8 is amplified by Q5701, and supplied to the first mixer LO port.

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The TX_OUT signal from buffer U5701 pin 10 provides the frequency reference for the Transmit
Frequency Translation Loop.

Transmit Frequency Translation Loop


The Transmit Frequency Translation Loop comprises the following components:

transmit Voltage Controlled Oscillator (VCO) and

the ESCORT Near Unity Divider (NUD) Phase Locked Loop IC.

The operating frequency of Voltage Controlled Oscillator with active element Q5601 is determined
by resonator W5601 in conjunction with C5603, C5604, C5606, C5607, L5603, and varactors
D5601-5604. The operating frequency of the oscillator is varied by means of a tuning voltage
applied to the varactors.
The translation loop works as follows:

A sample of the VCO operating frequency is buffered by Q5631 and applied to the FREQA
input of the NUD IC U5702 pin 16 , where it is divided by a programmable divider set to
1.0625, and phase compared to a reference frequency supplied to U5702 FREQB pin 9 from
the main synthesizer

The result of this comparison is a VCO tuning signal, buffered by charge pump transistors
Q5604, Q5605, and Q5653, filtered by loop filter components C5653, R5652, C5654, C5655,
and L5607and applied to the VCO varactors.

The action of the feedback loop is to maintain the operating frequency of the Transmit VCO at
1.0625 times the programmed operating frequency of the main synthesizer.

The loop bandwidth of the transmit frequency translation loop is set to a high value in order for
the corrective feedback action of the loop to suppress re-modulation of the VCO as a result of
leakage of the modulated transmitter signal from the transmitter Power Amplifier output back
into the VCO.

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Controller Section
For the Controller Section Block Diagram see Figure 5.
This section describes the related circuits as follows:

DC Power Distribution and RESET

Microprocessor and Host Memories

SPI

RS232/USB

Terminal Audio System

RTC

GPS

SIM card connectivity

GPIOs

DC Power Distribution

13,2V
A+
13,2V

Fuse
F0302

Fuse
F0303

SW B+
Regulator
LP2941
RTC

RF PA

VSTBY

Fuse
F0301

Audio

9,3V

9.3V

3 V
Regulator
LP2951

ON / OFF

Expansion
Head

I/O

9.3V

9.3V_TX

Digital_3.3V
U5103
LP2980

3.3V_FN
U5321
LP2980

5V_TX
U0304
LP2951C

5V_FN
U5322
ADP3300

3V_TX
U0307
MC33275

9.3V_TX
U0300
LM2941

9.3V
U0301
LM2941

5VD
U0303
78M05

3V_DIG
U0305
LP2951C

1.8 V
U1105
LP2985

1.55 V
U0306
LP2951C

3.3V_DIG
Q0305

5V
Regulator

LP2951

Ref.
Voltage

SW B+
U0302
LM2941

Head D

5V

ABACUS

3.3 V_ DIG

ON / OFF

Controller

4.6V
VSF

ON/OFF
Circuit

5 V_ TX

FracN

9.3V

3V_TX

SW B+

Analog_3.3V
U5102
LP2980

3V_DIG
9.3V

RAM

FE + Mixer

IF

PCIC

Escort
TX -VCO

VCOBIC
RX -VCO

JAVELIN

FLASH

PATRIOT

ADDAG
TX

UCM
Option

Option

Accessory
Connector
20 -PIN

GPS
Option

Figure 6 DC Power Distribution Diagram


DC Power Input
The DC power of nominal 13.2 volts enters the terminal at connector J0301. Diode VR0300 acts as
protection against transients and wrong polarity of the supply voltage. The supply voltage is fed
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expansion head and control head, and through the 4A PCB fuse (F0301) to regulators U0300,
U0301, U0302, and the ON/OFF and VSTBY circuitry. The fuses protect the board from over current
in case of a short on the connector pins or circuit failure.
9V3 Linear Regulator U0301
Regulator U0301 is connected to the 13.2 volts supply voltage via PCB fuse. The output of this
regulator is controlled by the ON/OFF circuitry. When any of the signals RTC_ON_SW,
ON_OFF_CONTROL_SV, SOFT_TURN_OFF, IGNITION is at high level or EMERGENCY is at low
level the regulator is switched on via transistors Q0302, Q0301, Q0303. In addition, regulators
U0300 and U0302 are also switched on by the same signal. The output voltage of U0301 is set to
9.3 volts with resistors R0307 and R0308.
9V3_TX Linear Regulator U0300
Regulator U0300 is connected to the 13.2 volts supply voltage via PCB fuse. The output of this
regulator is controlled by the ON/OFF circuitry. When any of the signals RTC_ON_SW,
ON_OFF_CONTROL_SV, SOFT_TURN_OFF, IGNITION is at high level or EMERGENCY is at low
level the regulator is switched on via transistors Q0302, Q0301, Q0303. The output voltage of
U0300 is set to 9.3 volts with resistors R0305 and R0306.
SW B+ Current Limit Regulator U0302
Regulator U0302 is connected to the 13.2 volts supply voltage via PCB fuse. The output of this
regulator is controlled by the ON/OFF circuitry. When any of the signals RTC_ON_SW,
ON_OFF_CONTROL_SV, SOFT_TURN_OFF, IGNITION is at high level or EMERGENCY is at low
level the regulator is switched on via transistors Q0302, Q0301, Q0303. The output voltage of
U0302 is set far above the maximum possible input voltage with resistors R0303 and R0304 so that
this regulator acts as a current limiter for the EXT_SWB+ voltage on the 20 pin accessory connector.
5VD Linear Regulator U0303
Regulator U0303 gets its input voltage from the 9.3 volt regulator U0301. The output voltage 5VD is
fixed to 5 volts and is the input voltage for the regulators U0305 and U0306. The voltage 5VD is also
fed to the enhanced control head.
5V_FN Linear Regulator U5322
Regulator U5322 gets its input voltage from the 9.3 volt regulator U0301. The output voltage 5V_FN
is fixed to 5 volts and is mainly used in the frequency generating unit (FGU).
3V3_FN Linear Regulator U5321
Regulator U5321 gets its input voltage from the 9.3 volt regulator U0301. The output voltage
3V3_FN is fixed to 3.3 volts and is mainly used in the frequency generating unit (FGU).
Analog_3V3 Linear Regulator U5102
Regulator U5102 gets its input voltage from the 9.3 volt regulator U0301. The output voltage
ANALOG_3V3 is fixed to 3.3 volts and is mainly used in the receiver section.
Digital_3V3 Linear Regulator U5103
Regulator U5103 gets its input voltage from the 9.3 volt regulator U0301. The output voltage
DIGITAL_3V3 is fixed to 3.3 volts and is mainly used in the receiver section.

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3V_TX Linear Regulator U0307


Regulator U0307 gets its input voltage from the 9.3 volt regulator U0300. The output voltage 3V_TX
is fixed to 3 volts and is used in the transmitter TX_LOW section to supply the ADDAG and JAVELIN
IC.
5V_TX Linear Regulator U0304
Regulator U0304 gets its input voltage from the 9.3 volt regulator U0300. The output voltage 5V_TX
is fixed to 5 volts and is mainly used in the transmitter section.
3V3_DIG Voltage Follower Q0305
Transistor Q0305 is configured as voltage follower and gets its input voltage from the 5 volt regulator
U0303. The output voltage 3V3_DIG is set to 3.3 volts by the reference voltage 3V3_FN from
U5321. Diode D0303 compensates the base to emitter voltage drop of Q0305. The voltage is used
as supply voltage for modules connected to J0570.
3V_DIG Linear Regulator U0305
Regulator U0305 gets its input voltage from the 5 volt regulator U0303. The output voltage is fixed to
3 volts and is mainly used in the controller section to supply the I/O voltage.
1.55 V Linear Regulator U0306
Regulator U0306 gets its input voltage from the 5 volt regulator U0303. The output voltage is set to
1.55 volts with resistors R0318 and R0319 and is used in the controller section for supplying the
Patriot Bravo core.
1.8 V Linear Regulator U1105
Regulator U1105 gets its input voltage from the 3 volt regulator U0305. The output voltage is 1.8
volts and is used in the controller section for supplying the address and data bus voltage of the
patriot Bravo and for supplying the Flash and RAM memory.
4.6V VSF Voltage
The fractional N synthesizer U5331 creates the 4.6 volts super filter voltage (VSF). This voltage is
used for the main VCO.
RESET
The open drain Error outputs of the regulators U0304 (5V_TX), U0305 (3V_DIG), U0306 (1V55) as
well as the 2.8V voltage sense IC U0308 are connected together to create the LV_DETECT signal
which is the RESET_IN signal of Patriot Bravo. Furthermore the circuitry Q0341, Q0342, R0341,
R0342, R0343 generates a reset when a programming cable is disconnected from the terminal. The
reset sources share the pull up resistor R0344

Microprocessor
The Patriot Bravo dual core (DSP / RISC) processor (U1100, block 1 to 5) controls the terminal
hardware, communicates via various interfaces with external equipment or accessories and
performs digital signal processing. Beside its internal memory the Patriot Bravo uses the FLASH
Memory and the SRAM also located near to the controller. The Patriot Bravo exchanges digitized
audio data with the CODEC via its Serial Audio Port (SAP). The Patriot Bravo sends digital
baseband data to the ADDAG and receives digital baseband data from the ABACUS via its
Baseband Port (BBP). To communicate with the RF IC's the Patriot Bravo uses one of its Queued

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Serial Peripheral Interfaces - the (QSPIA). A second interface, QSPIB, is used for communication
with external equipment or accessories. The Patriot Bravo has 2 universal asynchronous receiver /
transmitter ports (UARTA and UARTB) for communication with external equipment e.g. a control
head or a control terminal (PC). UARTA communicates via SB9600, RS232 or USB protocol and
UARTB communicates via SBEP protocol.

Host Memories
Flash Memory
The 16MByte FLASH Memory (U1102) located near to the micro-controller contains the terminal's
Application Software and the Terminal Code Plug. The Code Plug stores customer related
information and terminal parameters. The Patriot Bravo accesses the data via a 24 bit wide address
bus (A0-A23), a 16 bit wide data bus (DQ0-DQ15), and 8 control lines (EN_CE, EN_OE, EN_WE,
ADV, BURSTCLK, WP, VPP and RESET). When the FLASH Memory has been replaced or the
software needs to be upgraded, the new Code Plug and application software must be programmed
into the FLASH Memory.
SRAM Memory
The 4MByte SRAM (U1103) located near to the micro controller stores data that can change very
frequently, and which is generated and stored by the Application Software during its normal
operation. The information is lost when the terminal is turned off. The Patriot Bravo accesses the
data via a 21 bit wide address bus (A0-A20), a 16 bit wide data bus (IO1-IO16), and 6 control lines
(CS1, CS2, EN_OE, EN_WE, LB, UB).
EEPROM
On the terminal mainboard, an additional 128 kbit serial memory is connected to the SAP interface
of the Patriot Bravo. This EEPROM holds encryption keys and is accessed by the DSP.
Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)
The Patriot Bravo features two SPI interfaces.
The SPI protocol is used to communicate with the RF IC's ABACUS, ADDAG, JAVELIN, LVFRACN,
ESCORT and PCIC. All these IC's are connected to the Patriot Bravo's QSPIA module. The
interface comprises the lines SPIA_MOSI (TX), SPIA_MISO (RX), SPIA_CS's, and SPIA_CLK. The
SPI bus is a synchronous bus, the timing clock signal CLK is sent while SPI data is transferred.
Therefore, whenever there is activity on either MOSI or MISO, there should be a uniform signal on
CLK.
The Patriot Bravo uses its module QSPIB to communicate with the real time clock (RTC) U0100, the
external UART in the expansion head via the 40 pin connector J0500 and the GPS module via the
24 pin connector J0600.
RS232, USB, SB9600, SBEP Serial Interfaces
The Patriot Bravo uses four serial protocols to communicate with external devices: RS232, USB,
SB9600 and SBEP. The interface lines are available on the rear or front connectors, dependent on
the interface. Not all interfaces can be used at the same time.
SBEP Serial Interface
The Patriot Bravo communicates with the enhanced control head via the SBEP serial interface. This
interface comprises line BUS+ and is available on the 12 pin front connector J0550. Op-amps
U0102-1 and U0102-2 perform buffering and level shifting from 3 volts to 5 volts level. The Patriot
Bravo uses its UARTB for the SBEP serial interface.

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RS232 and SB9600 Serial Interfaces


The configuration of the RS232 and SB9600 serial interfaces depends on the terminal setup. If no
expansion head is connected to the terminal, Patriot Bravo module UARTA provides either a 4-wire
RS232 or an SB9600 interface on the 20 pin accessory connector J0400.
If at power up pin BUSY_OUT on the accessory connector J0400 is connected to pin BUSY_IN, the
Patriot Bravo assumes that SB9600 equipment is connected and configures UARTA for the SB9600
interface. If both pins are not connected to each other at power up, the UARTA will be configured for
RS232 interface. The interface comprises lines RS232_TX, RS232_RX, RS232_CTS, RS232_RTS.
These lines are not buffered and at 0 or 3 volts level.
USB
The terminal is a 1.1 USB device with 12Mb/s. The interface comprises lines RS232_TX,
RS232_RX and RS232_RTS. When a USB cable is connected to the terminal via JB the USB
supply voltage is detected on line RS232_RTS and transferred to the controller via signal USB_INT.
The controller chooses between RS232 and USB interface via the signal USB_RS232 and switches
the IC U0408. When the USB mode is used, the signal line RS232_TX is switched to USB D+ and
the RX signal to D-. The USB signals are driven by the driver IC U0405. The RS232 lines to
expansion head are then disconnected to eliminate the influence of stub lines.
Note
When an expansion head is connected to the terminal, the serial interfaces on the 20 pin accessory
connector J0400 can not be used.
The UARTA is configured for an 8-wire RS232 interface, which is available on the 9 pin connector of
the expansion head. This interface has standard RS232 levels and can be connected to an external
data terminal.
In addition, the Patriot Bravo configures its QSPIB module to provide either a 4-wire RS232 or
SB9600 interface with 5 volts level on the 25 pin expansion head connector. If line MUX_CTRL_1 is
at 0 volt, the interface is switched to RS232 mode.
When the MUX_CTRL_1 line is at 3 volts, the interface is switched to SB9600 mode. The interface
comprises lines BUSY_IN, BUSY_OUT, RESET_OUT, and the QSPIB lines SPIB_MOSI,
SPIB_MISO, SPIB_CLK, SPIB_CS1_UART and is available on the 40 pin front connector J0500
with signals at 3 volts high level.
The Patriot Bravo uses the SB9600 interface to communicate with the motorcycle control head. If no
motorcycle control head is connected, the interface can be used to control the terminal via the
SB9600 protocol with an external control terminal.

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Terminal Audio System

U0201
External Mic
Internal Mic

U0206-4
U0202

FL0200
U0203

MUX

A/D

Tx Audio
U0206-2

DSP

U0204

Handset
Audio
MUX

U0205
Audio PA

A/D

Speaker +
Speaker U0206-1

SP Audio
RX Audio

Figure 7 Audio Block Diagram

The Audio system consists of the following components:

RX and TX path multiplexer

RX and TX programmable potentiometer

CODEC

DSP

Audio PA

TX Path
The speech audio is fed to the internal microphone input (INT_MIC), the external microphone input
(EXT_MIC) or the TX audio input (TX_AUDIO). The internal and external microphone inputs have a
DC bias prepared for connecting a microphone.
The TX audio input has a DC blocking capacitor. Multiplexer U0201 selects one of the possible
inputs and feeds the signal to amplifier U206-4. The gain of this amplifier is switchable via gate
U0202.
The programmable potentiometer U0203 attenuates the signal according to the terminal mode of
operation. Finally, the CODEC FL0200 converts the analog signal into digital format and transfers it
to the DSP via the serial audio port (SAP).
The DSP performs the functions of audio filtering, ACELP speech compression, digital modulation,
and transfers the data to the RF section. When the terminal is operating in the telephone
interconnect mode, the DSP performs the required tasks such as echo and noise reduction.

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RX Path
The receiver feeds the digital output signal via the baseband port (BBP) to the DSP which performs
the functions of digital demodulation, ACELP speech de-compression, and audio filtering. After
processing, the DSP feeds the signal via the serial audio port (SAP) to the CODEC FL0200.
The CODEC converts the digital audio format to an analog signal. One of the CODEC's analog
output signals is amplified by U0206-1 and then fed to the RX_AUDIO pin on the 20 pin accessory
connector J0400.
The second output signal from the CODEC is fed to the programmable potentiometer U0204 which
attenuates the analog signal according to the terminal mode of operation or the setting of the volume
control.
The multiplexer U0201 selects between the signal from the potentiometer or the signal SP_AUDIO
from the 40 pin expansion head connector J500 and routes the audio to the audio power amplifier
(PA) U0205 and the amplifier U0206-2.
The amplified audio from U0206-2 is available on the HANDSET_AUDIO pins on the 20 pin
accessory connector J0400 and the 40 pin expansion head connector J0500.
The audio PA has one inverted and one non-inverted output that produces the differential audio
output signals SPEAKER+ and SPEAKER-.
Both signals are available on the 20 pin accessory connector J0400 and the 12 pin control head
connector J0550.
RTC
The real time clock (RTC) IC U0100 supplies the controller with 32.768kHz clock. When the terminal
is powered off, the RTC is supplied by a 5.1V supply URTC which derives from A+ via the zener
diode VR0325.
After the terminal has been switched on, the IC is supplied from 3V_DIG and URTC is internally
disconnected from the IC supply. When the terminal is disconnected from FLT_A+, the RTC
continues to work for approx.10 minutes.
TEMP_SENSE and BATTERY_VOLTAGE MUX
The controller alternately senses the battery voltage and the temperature on a dedicated input. The
temperature information TEMP_SENSE is generated by the temperature sensor U5501 which is
located close to the PA.
The battery voltage information derives from FLT_A+ via R0312 and R0313. These signals are input
to the analog multiplexer U0104. With the PWM_ADC_SEL line, the controller selects which signal
is routed to the comparator U0103-1.
The comparator compares the voltage from the multiplexer and the filtered (R0115 and C0113)
pulse width modulated signal PWM_ADC_REF from the controller.
This PWM signal is adjusted by the controller until the comparator output changes its state. Thus the
voltage either battery or temp sense can be determined.
GPS connector J0600
On this connector an optional GPS module electrically interfaces to the terminal. Two voltages,
3V_DIG and a protected SWB+, are available to supply the GPS circuitry. The GPS module
communicates with the controller via the SPIB bus and the module is activated by
SPIB_CS0_UART.

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Furthermore a 32.768 kHz clock signal from the terminal is provided to the GPS module on J0600.
The controller ports SIM UART0 and SIM UART1 are also routed to J0600 in order to provide the
signals for a SIM card device.
SIM card connectivity
All SIM card signals are also available on the connectors, J0450, J0570 and J0600.
EMERGENCY
The signal EMERGENCY has an internal 4k7 pull up to FLT_A+. When the EMERGENCY signal
pulls to ground during the "OFF" state of the terminal, the regulators U0300, U0301 and U0302 are
powered on by means of Q0301 and Q0303. INT_SWB+ is supplied to the terminal through Q0301.
The controller reads the EMERGENCY information via Q0158 when it comes out of the POR and
applies a high signal to SOFT_TURN_OFF and thus keeps the terminal powered on.
When EMERGENCY is applied during the "ON" state of the terminal, the controller also reads the
EMERGENCY information via Q0158.
IGNITION
The IGNITION line is accessible on the 20pin accessory connector J0400 on pin 10 and the 40 pin
expansion board connector J0400 on pin 27.
They are routed to a common 4k7 pull down resistor R0404. When the IGNITION signal exceeds
approx. 4V, the regulators U0300, U0301 and U0302 are powered on by means of Q0302, Q0301
and Q0303. INT_SWB+ is supplied to the terminal through Q0301.
The controller reads the IGNITION information via Q0160 when it comes out of the POR.

General purpose inputs and outputs


HOOK
The HOOK GPIO is used as a digital input with a 2k2 pull up resistor R0154 to 5V. The HOOK
function is detected if the signal is active low.
PA_ENABLE
The PA_ENABLE GPIO is used as a digital input with a 2k2 pull up resistor R0155 to 5V. The
PA_ENABLE function is detected if the signal active low.
EXTERNAL_PTT
The EXTERNAL_PTT GPIO is accessible on the 20 pin accessory connector J0400 on pin 3 and
the 12 pin control head connector J0550 pin 5. They are routed to a common 4k7 pull up resistor
R0160 to 5V. EXTERNAL_PTT is detected if the signal active low.
EXT_ALARM
The EXT_ALARM GPIO is used as a digital output with a 4k7 pull up resistor to FLT_A+. When
EXT_ALARM occurs, the transistor Q0159 switches to low.

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GPS Sub Module


The MTM800 ENH GPS is based on the Phoenix GAM IC (PGAM), which comprises a custom
mixed mode RF-DSP IC in a single chip FBGA package.
It is a self contained GPS receiver capable of producing a final position including full tracking and
data decode capability.
The GPS signal that applies to the RF cable connector is filtered by two SAW filters FL1 and FL2.
It is amplified by a low noise amplifier (LNA).
The input of the GPS receiver at the RF FME connector is DC coupled.
A voltage regulator on board provides about 20mA at 5V DC voltage to an external antenna low
noise amplifier (LNA).
This phantom voltage is applied to the input by the RF coil L1.
The supply voltages GPS_2V and GPS_3V of the PGAM-IC are derived from two on board voltage
regulators U2 and U3.
A 26MHz TCXO provides the reference clock to the PGAM IC.
Data communication takes place via the serial SPI bus.

GPS_3V GPS_2V

3V_DIG

GPSAntenna

Front
End
Filter

Front
End
Filter

PG AM-IC

LNA

FL2

L1

FL1

U4
GPS_2V

GPS_3V

Volt._Reg.

V olt._Reg.

U2

U3

26 MHz
TCXO

5V Regulator

Y1

J1

U1

12V
3V DIG

SPI bus

Figure 8 GPS Module Block Diagram

24 pin
connector

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THEORY OF OPERATION (CONTROL HEADS)


This chapter contains the descriptions of the different configurations of the control head:

Control Head in Dash Mount configuration

Control Head in Remote Mount configuration


Remote Back Head
Remote Mount Head
Expansion Head

Control Head in Motorcycle configuration

Control Head in Dash Mount configuration


The control head in dash mount configuration consists of the main board, the liquid crystal display
(LCD) module, the keypad board, the keypad, the rotary and push button, the EMERGENCY button,
the GCAI accessory connector, the 3-colour status LED and the housing.
The display module contains a colour 2.8" VGA TFT display.
The 3 colour status LED informs the user about the radio status
The functions of the control head are driven by the OMAP330 microcontroller from Texas instruments.

Power Supplies
The power supply to the control head is taken from the host radio's FLT A+ voltage via connector
J101 pin 3. It is used to power up the control head.
The regulator U513 provides an unswitched stabilized 5V to constantly power some circuits.
The switching regulator U501 produces 5V when the system is switched ON. The output voltage of
U501 feeds the following regulators U503, U504 and U505. Furthermore the VCC_5 voltage is used
to supply the keypad backlight.
The boost regulator U503 generates 23V for the display backlight.
The reset IC U502 enables the regulator U503 when the output voltage of U501 exceeds 2.8V. U503
produces the 1.5V core voltage for the OMAP microcontroller.
Only when the 1.5V is stable, the regulator U504 is enabled and generates 3.3V for USB and as
input voltage for the two regulators U506 and U507. U507 provides 1.8V to the memory block of the
OMAP and to the memories themselves.
U506 generates 2.8V for the I/O section of the OMAP.
The 2.8V also release the clear input of the D-Flip Flop U509. At the same time the crystal oscillator
U515, Y501, R520 - R523 and C530 - C532 starts oscillating at 32.768 kHz and the binary counter
in U515 starts counting. When the output Q12 of U515 goes to HIGH, the output of the D-Flip Flop
U509 goes to HIGH and the OMAP is coming out of RESET.

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In case the error output of U506 goes to LOW, the Flip Flop is cleared and thus the OMAP goes into
RESET. U515 is also held in RESET and the oscillator stops working.

Power On / Off
The control head in dash mount configuration can be switched ON either by the ON rotary push button, the ON button in the keypad, the EMERGENCY button or by the radio via the accessory connector of the radio.
If one of the three buttons on the control head is pressed, the OR circuitry D510, D511 produces the
signal ON_OFF_CONTROL, that switches the radio ON. When the radio powers ON it delivers a 5V
level on the BUS+ and SCI_TX lines. The transistor couple Q508 then sets the signal BUS_ON to
HIGH and the regulator U501 is enabled.
When all regulators are powered and the RESET signal has gone to HIGH, the OMAP controller
starts operating.
The OMAP processor has to program the ON_HOLD line to HIGH in order to maintain the enable
signal for U501, when the BUS+ line is used for communication later on.
Before the first message can be transferred, the interface has to be activated by setting the
RADIO_COM_EN signal to LOW and the BUS_EN signal to HIGH.
RADIO_COM_EN enables the buffer U420-1 and supplies 5V to the operational amplifiers U421
and U422 via the transistors Q411 and Q412.
The BUS_EN signal connects the SCI_TX to the BUS+ line via Q410.
The other possibility to switch ON is when the radio is switched ON from its accessory connector
either by IGNITION or by EMERGENCY. The regulator U501 is also enabled by the BUS+ signal in
this case.
The system can be switched OFF by either the ON/OFF button in the keypad or by the radio via the
IGNITION signal on the accessory connector.
If it is switched OFF by the ON / OFF button, the control head communicates this to the radio. After
the radio has shut down the OMAP releases the ON_HOLD signal. If it is switched OFF by the radio
it is told by a message from the radio to switch OFF. It has then also to release ON_HOLD.

Microprocessor Circuit
The control head uses the TI microcontroller (?C) OMAP330 (U201) to control the functions of the
control head. The firmware is contained in a flash memory of 16Mbytes (U204). When the firmware
is executed it runs in the SRAM U205. Flash and RAM have a separate data, address and control
bus and operate at a 1.8V level.
The internal clock oscillator with the Xtal Y201 and the components R221 and C204/C205 generate
the system clock of 12MHz.
The 32.768 kHz clock mentioned above is also fed into the OMAP controller.
The power supply design assures that the core is powered first and then the I/O and USB voltages
are supplied to the controller. After this the system comes out of RESET.
The internal display controller in the OMAP loads the images into the display.
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Keypad
The keypad interface of the OMAP can read the keypad matrix (COL5 - COL0 / ROW4 - ROW0) and
discover which key has been pressed. The reading of the matrix is initiated by an interrupt.
The keypad PCB is connected to the main board by the 24 pin connector J401.

One Wire interface


The One Wire signal from the OMAP is connected via a level shifter Q305, D301 and R309/R310 to
a switch U301. The switch routs the One Wire interface either to the front GCAI connector or to the
rear of the remote back housing connector if present.
The direction of the switch is chosen by the OMAP GPO signal ONE_WIRE_SEL.

GCAI GPIOs and USB


The general purpose I/Os from the GCAI connector GPIO_0_PWR, GPIO_3_PTT and
GPIO_4_HOOK are shifted from a 3.3V level to the OMAP I/O level of 2.8V by the bi-directional level
shifters U302, U303 and U304. The direction of the signal is chosen by the OMAP GPOs
GPIO_0_DIR, GPIO_3_DIR and GPIO_4_DIR.
The general purpose I/Os from the GCAI GPIO_1 and GPIO_2 are also level shifted by U323 and
U325. As the USB signals D+ and D- share the same physical pin of the GCAI connector with the
two GPIOs GPIO_1 and GPIO_2, the two switches U321 and U322 rout the respective signals from
the OMAP to the GCAI connector.
With the switches U326 and U327 the signals can be switched between the front GCAI connector
and the rear GCAI connector when a remote back head is present. The two switches are controlled
by the logical signal USB1_GPIO and USB_FRONT_REAR.
The digital signal USB_MODE_SEL switches the resistors R327 and R328 to GROUND when the
control head USB is required to be host. If the control head is an USB device USB1_PUEN activates
the pull up resistor R326.
When the control head is USB host the signal USB_VBUS_ENA enables the power supply switch
U324.
U324 provides 5V for USB to the FET switch and to the remote back head if present. The signal
VBUS_FET_EN activates the FET Q326, which then switches the 5V to the GCAI connector. U324
has an internal over current detection, which will switch OFF the 5V if too much current is drawn. At
the same time the signal VBUS_OC_DET goes to LOW and indicates the over current to the OMAP.
The comparator U328 compares the USB_VBUS signal with 3.3V and delivers a HIGH on
USB1_DET when the VBUS voltage exceeds 3.3V. If the control head is USB master it will detect its
own voltage. When the control head is USB device it will detect when a master is applied.

Backlights
The PWM output LCD_BL controls the current source Q201 and related circuitry. By this signal the
current trough the backlight diodes on the display module is determined. The supply voltage for the
backlight diodes is the 23V source provided at J201 pin 32.
The PWM signal KPD_BL controls the brightness of the 3 colour LED. It is routed via Q324 to the
emitters of the two red/green switches Q404 and Q405. The digital signals LED_GREEN and

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LED_RED enable the colour by applying a HIGH to the basis of the respective transistor.Q504/Q505. When both switches are ON the light will be amber.
The digital signal KPD_BL_ON_OFF switches the keypad backlight ON or OFF by means of the
FET Q401.
The PWM signal LED_EMERG is low pass filtered by R414/C410 and controls the brightness of the
EMERGENCY key backlight.

Rotary and push button


The push button S401 connects the LOCK_ON signal to the FILT_A+. LOCK_ON is wired into the
keypad matrix. The rotary S401 produces pulses on the two outputs PULSE_A and PULSE_B of a
different phase when the knob is turned. These pulses are low passed R40 - R404 and C405/C406.
The B output is then applied to the D inputs of the two D-Flip Flops U401 and U402. The signal
integrity of output A output is ensured by the two invert Schmitt triggers U403 and U404. The output
pulse of U403 is the clock input for D-Flip Flop U401 and latches the status of the B signal with the
rising edge. The second Schmitt trigger inverts the A signal another time and latches the B output
into the D-Flip Flop U402 with its rising edge. Furthermore it serves as an interrupt RSW_1 for the
OMAP, which is the required to read the outputs of the two D-Flop Flops RSW_2 and RSW_INT.
From the polarity of these two signals the OMAP can determine whether the rotary was turned
clockwise or counter clockwise. The Flip Flops get a reset from the general board-reset POR

Communication interface
In direct mount the radio and the control head communicate with each other via a two wire communication interface BUS+ and SCI_TX. This interface needs to be enabled by setting the
RADIO_COM_EN signal to LOW and the BUS_EN signal to HIGH.
RADIO_COM_EN enables the buffer U420-1 and supplies 5V to the operational amplifiers U421
and U422 via the transistors Q411 and Q412.
The BUS_EN signal connects the SCI_TX to the BUS+ line via Q410.
The speed of this interface is 115kBaud/sec.
The physical interface to the radio is J102 with the following signals: GROUND, ON_OFF CONTROL, FILT_A+, BUS+, HANDSET_AUDIO, 5VD and SCI_TX.

Accessory Connector
The accessory connector J101 complies to the GCAI standard and provides the following signals:
FRONT_ONE_WIRE, GPIO_3_PTT, HANDSET_AUDIO, USB_D-, GROUND, USB_VBUS,
INT_MIC, USB_D+, GPIO_4_HOOK and GPIO_0_PWR. For further information please refer to the
GCAI specification.

Control Head in Remote Mount configuration


In remote configuration a remote mount back housing is attached to the back of the control head.

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It is connected to the control head main board through J603.


A 10 pin Remote Mount cable on P101 connects the Remote Mount Back Housing Board to the
radio transceiver with either expansion head or remote head.
A 25 pin connector J105 gives access to the GCAI GPIOs, second USB, 4-wire RS232, Rear GCAI
Pins and Audio.
The remote mount back head is detected by the OMAP by sending an I2C Bus request by means of
the I2C clock and data lines I2C_SCL and I2C_SDA.
The routing of the GCAI GPIOs and the first USB is described already in the dash mount chapter.
The 4-wire RS232 is connected to the UART 3 of the OMAP microcontroller. The signals for realizing
the second USB port are directly provided by the OMAP and connected trough the 40 pin connector
J601 to the remote mount back housing board. The ON_OFF_CONTROL, BUS+, SCI_TX as well as
the HANDSET_AUDIO and MIC lines are also routed via J602 to the rear of the remote mount back
head.
The remote mount back head itself is controlled by I2C messages and the remote mount back head
creates an interrupt to the OMAP when it has an I2C Bus message to deliver.
When the device was switched ON from the rear IGNITION line, the signal RM_ON turns to HIGH
and switches the signal GCAI to HIGH by means of D350 and Q353. Then the same ON procedure
starts as in dash mount configuration. After the device is in ON_HOLD and the OMAP has detected
the ON source on the remote mount back housing it sent a LOW on RM_GCAI_PWR_ON_CLR to
clear the RM_ON.

Remote Mount Back Head


Power supply
The remote mount back head is supplied from the control head main board with the FILT_A+ and
unswitched 5 V when the device is switched OFF. When the device is switched ON by either the control head front panel or from the radio accessory connector, VCC_2.8V, VCC_3.3V and the switched
5V will be also provided by the control head main board.
When the device is switched ON from the rear IGNITION on the 25 pin rear connector by pulling
J105 pin 25, to the battery voltage, the Transistor Q401 provides a rising edge to the D-Flip Flop
U401 clock input. This latches the HIGH level on the D-input of U401 and creates an HIGH on
RM_ON. This turns ON the control head main board as described above. At the same time a HIGH
on IGN_SENSE is applied to the I2C port expander U501 and generates an interrupt to the OMAP.
When the main board has powered ON as described above it clears the Flip Flop by pulling
RM_GCAI_PWR_ON_CLR to LOW.
An optional 5V can be turned ON supplying the rear GCAI (U304) even when NGCH is turned OFF.
RS232
The MAX3232E U303 transceiver provides level translation to RS232 levels of the 4 wire RS232
interface connected to UART3 of the OMAP that is internally routed to the camera interface.
USB
There are 2 USB connections on the Remote Mount Back Housing Board. The first USB is shared
with the front GCAI USB and the D- and D+ lines are switched ON the main board. The second USB
is provided by the ISP1105 USB transceiver U302. It is interfaced to the OMAPs USB1 port. USB

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power supply is separately switched for both USBs via Q306 and Q307. Detection and switching is
controlled by the I2C port expanders U501 and U502.
Audio
Audio is on 2 wires for both directions and balanced and is routed from and to the Milan transceiver
via the Gabel Hybrid U201. The Gabel Hybrid serves to transform the audio from unbalanced to balanced in order to reduce noise susceptibility on the remote cable. Receive or Handset Audio is
routed to the main board and via 10uF to the 25 pin connector J105. Transmit or MIC audio is multiplexed by U203 and U204. Depending on PTT, these switches determine where the transmit audio is
coming from. There are 3 sources: Front GCAI, Rear GCAI ON 25 pin connector and Rear MIC, also
from the 25 pin connector J105.
1-Wire
The 1-Wire bus is routed from the 25 pin connector to the main board. It is shared between front and
back GCAI and switched ON the main board.
Bus+/SCI_TX
Both BUS+ and SCI-TX serial communication lines have Pull-Ups to 5V. These 5 Volt needs to be
turned ON/OFF by the OMAP in order to detect the ON/OFF status of the radio transceiver. This is
done via the I2C port expander and Q503.
Analogue 4-level Input:
An analogue 4-level input pin is available on the 25 pin connector (U503). The 4 levels are preset by
resistor dividers R540 - R551 and detected by comparators U503. The 4 states can be read by I2C
expander 501.
I2C Port Expander settings and In/Output Matrix:
The heart of the Remote Mount Back Housing Board is the two PCA9535BS port expanders U501
and U502. The GPIOs and most detection and switching circuitry on the Back Housing Board are
provided by these Port Expanders. The PCA9535BS provides 16 general purpose In/Output pins. It
is interfaced to the OMAPs I2C bus via SDA (data) and SCL (clock) line. Both expanders are sharing the same interrupt, provided by an extra line GPIO_REQ.
Under normal operating condition, the second port expander U502 has only outputs and static
inputs (HW ID) connected to it, so no interrupt is generated by U502. All Inputs that generate an
interrupt are connected to U501.

Expansion Head
Overview
The Expansion Head GMCE4053A is a hardware interface to the MTM800 TETRA mobile radio. It
gives access to the radio via three front side connectors. The following interfaces and protocols are
provided:
- 8-wire RS232 Interface (9-pin D-type connector)
- 4-wire RS232 Interface (25-pin D-type connector)
- SB9600 Interface (25-pin D-type connector)
- SBEP Interface (10-pin Telco connector)

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- 14 pin JTAG port


General
The 25-pin D-type, the 9-pin D-type connector and the 10-pin Telco connector are mounted on the
Connector Board that is screwed into the Expansion Head housing. The Milan Expansion Board is
installed at expansion board position. The interconnection between the Connector Board and the
Milan Expansion Board is accomplished by a 40-pin flex connector.
A 12-pin flex and a 40-pin flex achieve the connection between the Expansion Board to the main
radio chassis. A remote mount control head can be connected in a remote mount configuration via
the 10-pin Telco connector. External DCE(s) can be connected via the 25 pin and /or 9 pin D type
connectors.
Circuit Description
The Expansion Head Interface consists of several circuits to provide interfaces for the MTM800
TETRA mobile radio and the "outside world".
The Expansion board has an onboard 3-Volt Regulator U501 that is driven by 5-Volt supply from the
main radio via the 12-pin flex on J1001. The supply voltage FLT_A+ is over current protected by the
2A fuse F101.
A second regulator U503 provides VAG_1 of 9.3V for the Gabel Hybrids U201. This regulator will be
shut down through Q501 when the 5V are detached
The Gabel Hybrid U201 serves to transform the audio from unbalanced to balanced in order to
reduce noise susceptibility on the remote cable.
There are several interfaces on the board but not all of them are available at the same time
The 8 wire RS232 interface consists of the MAX3238 true RS-232 transceiver (U101) that provides
the EIA/TIA-232 and V.28/V.24 communications interface. This interface can be fully accessed
through the 9-pin D-connector.
The circuit comprising ICs U401, U403 and U404 interfaces the MTM800 SPIB bus to an asynchronous serial-data communication port RS232 that is the 4-wire RS232 interface (pins 2, 3, 4, 5).
U401 is a MAX3100 universal asynchronous receiver transmitter (UART) with a baud rate generator
driven by a 3.6864 MHz crystal U402.
U404 is a MAX3232 RS232 transceiver, translating the 3V logic levels to the RS232 levels.
The next interface is an SB9600 interface on the 25-pin connector (pins 8, 13, 15, 17)
(SB9600_INTERFACE). The UART chip U401 also generates the transmit/receive signals of this
interface.
The SBEP interface is provided on the 10-pin Telco remote connector. All signals necessary to connect a remote mount control head are routed through this connector. Those signals are fed from the
radio via the 12-pin flex (J1001). The SBEP interface is always available on the Telco connector.
The Expansion PTT signal on the Telco connector is routed though the Expansion Board via Q102
and Q103. This line signals the radio that PTT is coming from the Expansion Head and the audio
paths are routed through the Expansion Head.
The JTAG port is provided on the back of the Expansion board. The pin layout of the connector is
setup in a way that the JTAG connector used for software debugging can be directly connected to
this port. A 14-pin m/m 90 adapter is needed to connect to the test equipment.

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To select a specific configuration, pin 23 (SB9600_SW) on the 25 pin D-type connector can be used.
Also the ACC3 pin on the 12-pin flex and pin 19 on the JTAG connector influence which interface is
active in the Expansion Head at a specific time.Default if nothing is connected to the radio is that the
8-wire RS232 interface and 4-wire RS232 interface are active.
A high voltage (12V) on pin 23 enables the 8-wire RS232 interface on the 9-pin D-type connector. At
the same time the SB9600 interface on the 25-pin connector is enabled. A low voltage (0V = default)
on pin 23 enables the 8 wire RS232 interface on the 9-pin connector and the 4 wire RS232 interface
on the 25-pin connector.
If a device is connected to the accessory connector of the radio, the 8-wire RS232 interface in the
Expansion Head is disabled. Also, if the JTAG port is used, a 3-Volt level is applied to pin 19 of the
JTAG, the 8-wire RS232 interface is disabled.

Remote Mount Head


General
The remote mount head and the radio are connected via 10-pin TELCO connectors. A 12-pin flex
connects the radio to one remote mount PCB.
Description
The remote mount board basically routs the signals necessary to drive a control head from the radio
to the remote mount cable and to the control head. The signals (ON_OFF_CONTROL, BUS+,
SCI_TX and the supply voltage) are directly routed from the flex connector J301 to the TELCO connector J302.Microphone and speaker audio are transformed from unbalanced to balanced by the
Gabel Hybrid U202 in order to reduce noise susceptibility on the remote cable.
The regulator U201 provides VAG_1 of 9.3V for the Gabel Hybrids U202. This regulator will be shut
down through Q101 when the 5V are detached. The supply voltage FLT_A+ is over current protected by the 2A fuse F101.
VR301 - VR304 protects the board against electrostatic discharge

Control Head in Motorcycle configuration


When the control head is used on a motor cycle, it is electrically in remote configuration. The housing of the remote mount back head and the TELCO connector are mechanically modified to meet
the IP67 requirement.

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PROGRAMMING THE TERMINAL


Note: For programming the terminal, refer to TETRA Customer Programming Software (CPS)
Start-up User Guide, Publication No. 6802974C10_

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TEST SETUP & TESTING


Any level 3 repairs can deeply affect the performance of the MTM800 ENH
terminal and may cause a new tuning procedure.
This tuning procedure can only be applied by certain authorized Motorola
depots where the appropriate TEST&TUNE EQUIPMENT is available.
The appropriate TEST&TUNE EQUIPMENT is a special automated test
equipment which is only available at some Motorola factories and Motorola
repair centers.

!
WARNING

Typical Test Setup


Before Testing
Carry out the following instructions before testing:

Connect the DC cable to the DC connector on the terminal.


Connect the other side of the DC cable to the DC output connector on the power supply
Connect an RF cable to the N-type RF Connector of the IFR.
Connect the other side of the RF cable to the antenna connector on the terminal.
Set the DC voltage on the power supply to 13.2 Volts.
Switch on the terminal.

Figure 1 Typical Test Setup

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Test Equipment
The table below lists the special test equipment required for servicing TETRA mobile terminals.
Table 1 Test Equipment
Name

Part Number

Digital Multimeter

R1072_

220V Power Supply

R1011_/220V

TETRA SVC MON. MOBILES ONLY

WADN4161A

TETRA SVC MON. MOB.+ DIR.MODE

WADN4163A

TETRA SVC MON. MOB.+ BASE ST.

WADN4164A

TETRA SVC MON. MOB.+ BASE ST. + DIRECT MODE

WADN4173A

TETRA SVC MON. MOB.+ DIR.MODE + MPT1327/1343

WADN4233A

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The following table summarises the required test setups.
Receiver Tests
Table 2

Test setup

No.

Test Name

Test Setup

Terminal Setup

Test Conditions

1.

IFR System
Setup and Manual Test Screen

Control Channel

2040

Traffic Channel

2040

Time Slot

Country Code

262

Network Code

75

Base Color

Location Area

224

Limits

Min Rx Level

-110dBm

Max Tx Level

35dBm (3.2W)

Access
Parameter
Mobile Power

-33dBm
35dBm (3.2W)

Burst Type

Normal

2.

Base Station
Registration

RF Gen Level

851.0125MHz

-90dBm

Receiver RSSI

RF Gen Level

Cells Info
RSSI
TRACE

-90dBm

4.

Transmitter
Tests

RF Gen Level

Range 1
Test Group

-90dBm

Burst Power

33-37dBm

Timing Error

<=0.25 Symbols

Frequency
Error

-/+ 100Hz

Vector Error

Max 10% RMS,


Max 30% Peak,
Max 5% Residual

5.

Call Processing
Talk Back

1KHz Test Signal


Group Mode

Range 1
Test Group

6.

Call Processing
Call to Mobile

Private Mode
Private Call

Private Mode

RF Gen Level
Burst Power

-90dBm

-90dBm

33-37dBm

Timing Error

<=0.25 Symbols

Frequency Error

-/+ 100Hz

Vector Error

Max 10% RMS,


Max 30% Peak,
Max 5% Residual

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Test setup

No.

Test Name

Test Setup

Terminal Setup

Test Conditions

7.

Digital Duplex
Test (Tx)

RF Gen Level

Private Mode

-50dBm

Limits

Burst Power

10-22dBm

Timing Error

<=0.25 Symbols

Frequency
Error

-/+ 100Hz

Vector Error

Max 10% RMS,


Max 30% Peak,
Max 5% Residual

1.

Simulate Base Station (registration)

2.

RSSI Test

Transmitter Tests
1. Power Profile
2. Power Burst (Control Range)
3. Tx Burst Timing Error
4. Tx Frequency Error
5. Vector Error RMS, Peak and Residual

Call Processing Tests


1. Talk Back
2. Call to Mobile

Duplex Test
1. Digital Duplex Test (Tx)
Measurement Capabilities:
Bar chart display for Tx Power, Frequency Error, Vector Error RMS, Power Analyzer,
Spectrum Analyzer, Vector Analyzer, Vector Diagrams.

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Configuration of the IFR 2968 System Setup


The setup depends on the firmware version of the IFR 2968, the firmware version of the
terminal and the customer programming of the terminal.
>>The following table should be taken only as an example of how to proceed for setup.<<
Perform following steps to configure the IFR2968 System Setup with the terminal setings:
1. Turn ON the IFR.
2. Press the Systems Mode Key (wait until the digital system is initialised).
3. Press the Tetra Mobile soft key.
4. Press the Setup soft key and enter the System Parameters Screen.
5. Press the Channel Plan or System Type soft key.
6. Press the More soft key if User Defined cannot be seen.
7. Press the User Defined soft key.
Note: Press the More soft key, if any of the following keys is not displayed.
8. Perform the following steps to setup the system parameters:
a. Press the User Defined soft key.
b. Press the Frequency Band soft key and press the 8 (800MHz) soft key.
c. Press the Offset soft key and press the 3 (12.5kHz) soft key.
d. Press the Duplex Spacing soft key and press the 1 (45MHz) soft key.
e. Press the Reverse Operation soft key and press the 0 (Normal) soft key.
f. Press the Channel Block 1 soft key.
g. Press the Channel Block soft key and press the Include soft key.
h. Press the Lowest Channel soft key and enter 2040
using the data keys followed by the Lowest Channel soft key.
i. Press the Highest Channel soft key and enter 2800
using the data keys followed by the Highest Channel soft key.
j. Press the Lowest Tx Freq soft key and enter 806.0125
using the data keys followed by the MHz key
k. Press the Duplex Offset soft key and enter 45
using the data keys followed by the MHz key
l. Press the Channel Spacing soft key and enter 25
using the data keys followed by the kHz key
m. Press the Return soft key.
n. Verify that channel block 2 to 8 are excluded.
o. Press the Return soft key.
9. Press the Control Channel soft key and enter 2040 using the data keys followed
by the Control Channel soft key.

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10. Press the Traffic Channel soft key and enter 2040 using the data keys. Press the
Traffic Channel soft key again and check that the marker goes to Timeslot. Press
data key 3 followed by the Traffic Channel soft key, to change to Timeslot 3.
11. Press the Country Code soft key.
Enter 262 and press the Country Code soft key.
12. Press the Network Code soft key.
Thereafter, enter 75 and press the Network Code soft key.
13. Press the Base Color soft key.
Thereafter, enter 1 and press the Base Color soft key.
14. Press the Location Area soft key.
Thereafter, enter 224 and press the Location Area soft key.
15. Press the Min Rx Level soft key.
Thereafter, enter -110dBm and press the Min Rx Level soft key.
16. Press the Max Tx Level soft key.
Thereafter, enter 35dBm (3.2W) and press the Max Tx Level soft key.
17. Press the Access Parameter soft key.
Thereafter, enter -33dBm and press the Access Parameter soft key.
18. Press the Test Mode soft key. Press the Enable soft key.
19. Press the Base Service soft key.
20. Press the Suport soft key if it is displayed
or verify that the following values are displayed:
POWER ON REGISTRATION:

REQUIRED

POWER OFF DE-REGISTRATION:

REQUIRED

PRIORITY CELL:

YES

MINIMUM MODE SERVICE:

NEVER USED

MIGRATION:

SUPPORTED

SYSTEM WIDE SERVICE:

NORMAL MODE

TETRA VOICE SERVICE:

SUPPORTED

CIRCUIT MODE DATA SERVICE:

SUPPORTED

(RESERVED):

NOT AVAILABLE

SNDCP SERVICE:

NOT AVAILABLE

AIR INTERFACE ENCRYPTION:

NOT AVAILABLE

ADVANCED LINK:

NOT SUPPORTED

Note: The displayed values are factory defaults and should not be changed.
21. Press the Return soft key.
22. Press the Neighbr Cell soft key.
23. Verify that the following values are displayed:
NEIGHBOUR CELL BROADCAST:

NOT REQUIRED

BROADCAST INTERVAL:

10s

NEIGHBOUR CELL CHANNEL:

0000

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NEIGHBOUR CELL LOCATION AREA:

00001

NEIGHBOUR CELL IDENTIFIER:

01

SLOW RE-SELECT THRESHOLD:

10dB

SLOW RE-SELECT HYSTERESIS:

10dB

FAST RE-SELECT THRESHOLD:

10dB

FAST RE-SELECT HYSTERESIS:

10dB

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Note: The displayed values are factory defaults and should not be changed.
24. Press the Return soft key.
25. Verify that Trunking Type is set to Message.
26. Press the Call Type soft key to enter the Call Type screen.
27. Press the Private Call soft key.
28. Press the Simplex Duplex soft key and Simplex Call soft key.
29. Press the Signal Type soft key and Direct set up soft key.
30. Press the Priority soft key. Thereafter, enter 00 and press the Priority soft key.
31. Leave Calling Party SSI setting to default value
32. Press the Return soft key.
33. This completes the System Setup configuration

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Configuration of the IFR 2968 Manual Test Screen


The setup depends on the firmware version of the IFR 2968, the firmware version of the
terminal and the customer programming of the terminal. The following procedure is only
an example.
1. To enter Manual test screen, press the Manual soft key.
2. Press the Control Channel soft key. Thereafter, enter 2040 and press the Control
Channel soft key (IFR 2040 = Rx 851.0125MHz).
3. Press the Traffic Channel soft key. Enter 2040 and press the Traffic Channel soft
key. The marker goes to Timeslot. Enter 3 and press the Traffic Channel soft key.
(Note that the Traffic Channel number changes automatically after entering the Control Channel number).
4. Press the RF Gen Level soft key. Thereafter, enter -90 and press dBm data keys
followed by RF Gen Level soft key.
5. Press the Mobile Power soft key, enter 35 dBm/3.2W, using soft key.
6. Press the Burst Type soft key and Normal soft key.
7. This completes the Manual test equipment configuration setup.
Note: The System Setup Configuration Data is saved even after the power is turned
off. However, the Manual Test Setup is not saved.

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RF Tests
Receiver Tests
Simulate Base Station (registration)
1. Turn the terminal ON
When the terminal is in Trunked Mode, continue with step 2. Otherwise perform steps
a through c.
a. Press "Options" using the Lower (soft) key
b. Press the "Down" navigation key to scroll to "Trunked Mode".
c. Press "Select" using the Lower (soft) key
2. Check that registration and ITSI: ---/----/01490199 (as example only) is displayed on
the IFR Manual Test screen.
Note: The number 01490199 is the terminal ID (ISSI) which is displayed when the
terminal is switched on.

RSSI Test
Note: To perform procedure below the Test Page field must be enabled using the CPS
Before carrying out the following steps, record the Insertion loss (dB) of the cable loss
value - (X) dB.
1. In the IFR Manual Test Mode, press the RF Gen Level Soft Key and enter -90 dBm.
2. Before testing, the terminal should be configured to RSSI mode using the following
sequence. When performing steps 3 through 6, make sure that you press the control
head keys sequentially (less than a second between every consecutive press).
3. Press the * key.
4. Press the # key.
5. Press the Menue key.
6. Press the Right Navigation key.
Hereafter, there is no need for quick sequence of pressing the control head keys.
7. Press the Down navigation key to scroll to Cells Info.
8. Press Select using the Lower (soft) key.
9. Press the Right navigation key to scroll to the RSSI monitoring screen.
10. Press Trace using the Lower (soft) key.
Note: RSSI results will flash on the screen every few seconds.
The display shows: SERV: 0/34348

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RSSI: -90
CX: 20
CHQ: 99/E0
Disregard the SERV, CX and CHQ results.
Actual RSSI measured
=IFR RF Gen Level - Cable insertion loss +/- other stray losses.
Range of Actual RSSI measured
= -90dBm - XdB (cable) +/- 1 dB.
Terminal RSSI result should be within the range of Actual RSSI.
To stop the Trace process, perform the following. When performing steps 11 trough 14,
make sure that you press the control head keys sequentially (less than a second between
every consecutive press):
11. Press the * navigation key.
12. Press the # key.
13. Press the Menu key.
14. Press the Right Navigation key.
Hereafter, there is no need for quick sequence of pressing the control head keys.
15. Press Select using the Lower (soft) key.
16. Press Stop using the Lower (soft) key.
17. Press Back using the Upper (soft) key twice.

Transmitter Tests
Before you start these tests, make sure that the terminal is in Trunked Mode.
1. Press "Options" using the Lower (soft) key.
2. Press the "Down" navigation key to scroll to "TG by abc".
3. Press "Select" using the Lower (soft) key.
4. Scroll to one of the available groups and press select using the Lower (soft) key.
5. In the IFR Manual Test Mode press the "RF Gen Level" soft key. Enter "-90dBm" by
pressing the data keys and "RF Gen Level" key.
6. Press the "PTT" of the terminal and monitor the IFR "Manual Test" screen which displays the Power Profile, Burst Power, Timing Error, Frequency Error and Vector Error.
Note: You have to hold the PTT in the pressed position long enough to enable you to
read the results.
- Power Profile:
- Burst Power Required Results:
- Timing Error:

Passed.
33-37dBm.
< 0.25 symbols.

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- Vector Error:

Max 10% RMS,


Max 30% Peak,
Max 5% Residual.
+/- 100Hz.

- Frequency Error:
7.

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Press the Clear Down soft key, to proceed with other tests.

Call Processing Test


Before you start these tests, make sure that terminal and test equipment are configured
the same as given in the Transmitter Test.

Talk Back
1. Press "Options" using the Lower (soft) key on the terminal and change to one of the
available groups.
2. In the IFR Manual Test Mode press the RF Gen Level soft key. Enter -90dBm by
pressing the data keys and RF Gen Level key.
3. Press the PTT, press the Talk Back soft key on the IFR and speak into the mic of
the terminal for at least 3sec, then release PTT. You will hear from the terminal
speaker the last three seconds of the speech frames before the PTT has been
released.
4. Press the Test Sound soft key to provide the 1kHz signal to the terminal speaker.
5. Press the Silence soft key to mute the 1KHz audio signal of the speaker.
6. Press the Clear Down soft key and check that the Cleardown Complete status
appears on the IFR Manual Test screen.

Call to Mobile
1. In the IFR Manual Test Mode press the RF Gen Level soft key. Enter -90dBm by
pressing the data keys and RF Gen Level key.
2. Press the Call Mobile soft key and select Private Call on the IFR. Verify that two
beeps are heard from the terminal speaker.
3. Press the Abort Call soft key.

Duplex Test (Phone/Private Mode)


Digital Duplex Test (Tx)
1. In the IFR Manual Test Mode press the RF Gen Level soft key. Enter -50dBm by
pressing the data keys and RF Gen Level key.
2. Dial a random 4 digit number (eg "9359") using the alphanumeric keys of the terminal, press "Calltype" using the Lower (soft) key until "Phone #" is displayed and press

the "Send" Key

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The following results are displayed on the IFR Manual Test Screen
- Power Profile:

Passed

- Burst Power Required Results: 10-22dBm


- Timing Error:

< 0.25 Symbols.

- Frequency Error:

-/+ 100Hz

- Vector Error:

Max 10% RMS,


Max 30% Peak.
Max 5% Residual.

3. Press the Talk Back soft key.


4. Speak into the terminal microphone and hear your speech (after a short delay) from
the terminal loudspeaker.
Note: If you need more details, press the Duplex Test mode key.
5. Press the duplex test (Tx) soft key. The Digital Duplex test results will be displayed
on the IFR screen providing you with either one of the following:
- bar charts measurement capabilities showing Tx Power,
Frequency Error and Vector RMS in one screen
- Tx Power (more details in Power Analyser)
- Frequency Error (more details in Spectrum Analyser)
- Vector RMS (more details in Vector Analyser)
For Power Analyser Graph:
6. Press power ana soft key.
7. Check that the power frame falls within the limits.
For Spectrum Analyser Graph:
8. Press spec ana soft key.
9. Monitor the Tx frequency.
For Vector Analyser Diagram:
10. Press the vector ana soft key.
11. Monitor the diagram for the following:
- press vector error soft key for vector error.
- press mag error soft key for magnitude error.
- press phase error soft key for phase error.
- Vector Error
- Magnitude Error
- Phase Error
For Vector Diagram:
12. Press the vector diagram soft key.
13. View the following:
- press symbol constel soft key for graphical symbol constellation.

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- press rotated vector soft key to zoom in on the constellation.


- press phase traject soft key to view trajectory of the constellation.

14. Press the terminal "End" key.

Manual Mode Testing


Preparation for Testing
Verify that the radio is turned off.
Press the "1", "2" and "3" keys together and then, press the On/Off key or the Rotary
Push Button to turn the radio on. Keep the "1", "2" and "3" keys pressed until the display
turns on.
The display shows "User test mode, Press any key to start, Press SoftKeys to scroll".

Tests
Note: Any key that will be pressed will cause the test to advance from one step to the
next. You can use the soft keys to go to the next or back to the previous test. After a test
has started you can press the upper soft key to go back to the start of the current test. At
any time you can switch off the radio by pressing the On/Off key for 2 seconds.
1. Press any key to start the first test. The display shows "LCD Red-Green-Blue test".
2. Press any key consecutively. First the display shows horizontal red lines that become
thicker with every key press, until it becomes fully red. Then the display shows vertical green lines that become thicker with every key press, until it becomes fully green.
After that the display shows horizontal blue lines that become thicker with every key
press, until it becomes fully blue.
3. Press any key to start the next test. The display shows "LCD Color brightness test"
4. Press any key consecutively. The display shows the color brightness levels "min",
"low", "med" and "max". Verify the color brightness of the display.
5. Press any key to start the next test. The display shows "Display backlight test"
6. Press any key consecutively. The display shows the backlight brightness levels "min",
"low", "med" and "max". Verify the brightness of the display.
Note: At level "min" the display contents is not visible.
7. Press any key to start the next test. The display shows "Keypad backlight test"
8. Press any key again. The display shows "Keypad backlight is off". Verify that the keypad backlight is off.
9. Press any key again. The display shows "Keypad backlight is on". Verify that the keypad backlight is on.
10. Press any key to start the next test. The display shows "Emergency backlight test"

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11. Press any key consecutively. The display shows the emergency button brightness
levels "min", "low", "med" and "max". Verify the brightness of the emergency button.
12. Press any key to start the next test. The display shows "Status LED test"
13. Press any key again. The display shows "Red LED is on" and the Red LED at the
right side of the radio is lit.
14. Press any key again. The display shows "Green LED is on" and the Green LED at the
right side of the radio is lit.
15. Press any key. The display shows "Orange LED is on" and the orange LED at the
right side of the radio lit.
16. Press any key consecutively. The display shows the LED brightness levels "min",
"low", "med" and "max". Verify the brightness of the orange LED at the right side of
the radio.
17. Press any key to start the next test. The display shows "Keypad test"
18. Press any key again. The display shows all the radio keys.
19. Press every key, one by one. Each key you press causes its respective display to be
highlighted. If you press a highlighted key again, the highlighting is removed. To exit
this test before all keys are highlighted press the rotary push button.
20. Press any key to start the next test. The display shows "Rotary test"
21. Turn the rotary switch clockwise and counter clockwise. Each step causes the
respective displayed arrow sign to be highlighted. Turn the rotary switch until the two
respective "OK" labels are highlighted.
22. Press the rotary push button consecutively until "OK" is highlighted.
23. Press any key to start the next test. The display shows "Fist MIC test"
24. Press any key to continue. Connect a fist microphone. The display shows "Accessory
connected"
25. Press PTT to highlight all "0".
26. Place the microphone on / off hook to highlight all "0".
27. Press any key again. The display shows "End of user tests", "Press any key to power
off or use softkeys to scoll to any previous test".
28. This completes the test. Press any key to turn the radio OFF.

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Service Flow Chart (Board Level)


Start

NOTE:
Before replacing any kits, check the
flexes to the control head or expansion
head.

If the radio does not have a control head


attached you need to connect a control
head to operate the radio. For a motorcycle
radio use a motorcycle control head. In all
other cases use a standard control head

If the main board has been replaced:


Send the new TEI number to service
provider. Clone/reprogram customer
details to new radio.

Switch on the radio and observe the display


at power up. The radio must completely
power up.
Use the buttons and volume control and
check for correct display result.

If fuse F0301 or F0302 or F0303 needs


to be replaced use Motorola part No.
6580542Z01
(see figure on following pages).
A list of replacement kits can be found
in the Appendix B (Replmt. Parts & Kits).
For a list of replacement parts refer to
Chapter 7 (Maintenance).

Incorrect behavior of
LEDs, display or buttons.
Power up
OK ?

Yes

Replacement
kits available
?

Read the codeplug with the CPS. Connect


the radio to the IFR. Perform all RF, call &
manual tests of chapter TESTING.

No

Yes

Yes

If no kits have been replaced,


verify installation integrity:
Check DC cable and connector
Check RF antenna , cable & connector
Check connected accessories
If the main board has been replaced:
Send the new TEI number to service
provider. Clone/reprogram customer
details to new radio.

Replace the control head


or the expansion head.
Switch on the radio again.

All tests
successful
?

No
Yes

Replacement
kits available
?

Yes
Replace main board and start
complete procedure again.

Done

Power up
OK ?

No

No
Check fuses F0301, F0302
and F0303 on the main board
before you replace main board
and restart complete procedure.

Replace the costumer's radio


Send the faulty radio to Level 3 maintenance
Clone/reprogram customer details to new radio
Send the TEI number of the new radio to the
service provider.

Figure 2 Servicing the MTM800 ENH

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Fuses on the Mainboard

TP0303

TP0302

C0301

C0336

E0300

F0301

C0159
C0151

F0302
C0157

VR0300
C0300

D0325

C0330

R0311

C0119
67

C0117
R0222

R5802
R5846

R5837

Q5802

C0338

C0164
C0314

C5840

TP5806

M0302

R5845

D0153

R0180
R0181

R0159

202

Q0156

R0160

R5840

C0122

TP5802 TP5811

TP5841

C0320

Q5804

Figure 3 Position of Fuse F0301/2/3 (PCB Mainboard - TOP View)

P5808

R0555

C0325

C0401

R0406

R0427

R0404

R0405

C0221
0225

14

R0239

C0226

C0138
C0337

C0322

(Motorola
VR0401
Part Number:
6580542Z01)
R0224

R0409

VR0407

C0124

TP0404
R0604

R0410

Q0401

C0228

R0240

R0238

R0605

Fuses

TP0405

Q0600

D0304

U0304
5

VR0301

C0328
4

TP5805
TP5807

TP0301

F0303

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CHAPTER 7

MAINTENANCE
Introduction
This chapter provides details about the following:

Preventive maintenance (inspection and cleaning)

Safe handling of CMOS and LDMOS devices

Pre-baking of Integrated Circuits

Repair procedures and techniques

Disassembly and reassembly of the terminal

Exploded views and parts lists

Preventive Maintenance
The terminals do not require a scheduled preventive maintenance program; however, periodic visual
inspection and cleaning is recommended.

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

Cleaning
The following procedures describe the recommended cleaning agents and methods to be used
when cleaning the external and internal surfaces of the terminal. 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 be cleaned only when the terminal
is disassembled for servicing or repair.
The only recommended agent for cleaning external terminal surfaces is a 0.5% solution (one teaspoon of detergent per gallon of water) of mild dishwashing detergent in water. The internal surfaces
should be cleaned only with isopropyl alcohol (70% by volume).
NOTE: Internal surfaces should be cleaned only when the terminal is disassembled for ser-

vice or repair.

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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.

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 terminal. Use a soft, absorbent, lintless cloth or tissue to remove
the solution and dry the terminal. 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 terminal. 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 terminals,
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 terminal without first referring to the following CAUTION statement.

CAUTION: This terminal contains static-sensitive devices. Do not open the terminal 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 RSX4015_).

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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Pre-baking of Integrated Circuits


Electronic components are generally coated with plastic material which has the nature of not being
waterproof. If kept unsealed the components can absorb humidity. When soldered to the board
(especially with reflow techniques) the sudden change in temperature can cause fissure or crack
which can result in malfunction or damage.
To avoid this problem these moisture sensitive components (MS) should be stored and shipped in a
sealed wrapping (dry pack). Processing must take place only with dry components when an
uninterrupted dry storage can be guaranteed, otherwise the components have to be pre-baked.
If a reflow procedure takes place close to MS components the whole board must be pre-baked.
Table 18 List of MTM800 ENH moisture sensitive components
Part. No.

MSL*

Description

5166554A01

ADDAG

5109841C71

GAM IC (on GPS option board)

5186988J77

JAVELIN

5185956E43

2A

5185963A85

ABACUS AD9874

5166541A01

Patriot ROM3

5189233U61

PSRAM 4MB

5199434A01

Serial SPI EEPROM

FLASH 16MB

*) Out of dry package Moisture Sensitivity Level (MSL) 2 : 1 year


2A : 1 month
3 : 168 hrs

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 Communications parts center listed in the SUPPORT CENTRES
section of this manual.

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Disassembling and Reassembling the Terminal - General


Since these terminals may be disassembled and reassembled with the use of only six (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 terminal:

Small flat blade screwdriver


Dismantling Tool (Motorola Part No.: 6686119B01)
TORX T screwdriver
TORQUES: Diecast Top Cover (6x):
1.92 Nm 2.03Nm
GPS Cover (5x), GPS Board (1x): 1.13 Nm +/- 10%
UCM Board Cover (3x):
1.13 Nm +/- 10%

NOTE:

(17-18 lbin)
(10 lbin +/- 10%)
(10 lbin +/- 10%)

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 (refer to Appendix
A: Support Centers). The following described disassembly procedures should be
performed only if necessary.

Terminal Disassembly and Reassembly - Detailed


The procedure to remove and replace a Control Head, Top Cover or Transceiver Board is similar for
all models of terminal. A typical procedure is therefore shown followed by specific disassembly
procedures for Control Heads or Expansion Heads on terminal models

Control Head Removal


1.

Insert the dismantling tool in the groove between the control head and the terminal assembly
as shown in the Figure.

2.

Press on the dismantling tool until the snap connectors on the side of the control head release
from the terminal assembly.

3.

Pull the control head away from the terminal assembly as shown below.

Dismantling
Tool

Figure 1 Typical Control Head Removal

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Figure 2 Flexible Connection Removal


4.

Remove the flexible connection from the socket on the control head board.

Top Plastic Cover Removal


1.

Insert the dismantling tool in the middle of the terminal assembly side groove as shown in
Figure 3.

2.

Press on the dismantling tool until the snap connectors on the side of the plastic cover release
from the terminal chassis.

3.

Lift the plastic cover from the chassis.

Dismantling
Tool
ZWG0130211-O

Figure 3 Top Cover Removal.

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Transceiver Board Removal

CAUTION: Some terminals are equipped with a GPS module at the left side bottom of
the transceiver and/or an additional UCM Board inside the transceiver cover plate, refer
to special label at the cover plate (dotted line at the figure below).
There are flex cables installed connecting these boards to the main board. Take extra
care not to tear off the flex when dis-assembling or re-assembling the board from/to the
transceiver or this could damage the GPS/UCM Board and the main board (refer to
chapter explosion views figure 11, 12 for a detailed view).
1.

Remove six screws from the diecast cover using the T20 TORX driver as shown in Figure 4.

2.

If existing remove the metal GPS cover from the bottom (5 screws, T10 TORX).
Remove the internal GPS board (one screw) from the transceiver and disconnect the flex
cable from the main board.

3.

Lift the cover from the chassis.

Screws (6x)

UCM
board

Diecast
Cover

Terminal
Chassis
Additional
UCM Board

Position of UCM board

Optional
GPS Module

GPS
Module
ZWG0130212-O

Position of GPS Module

Figure 4 Diecast Cover Removal

4.

Pull out the plastic accessory connector housing to the back.

5.

Slowly lift the transceiver board on the edge at the front of the terminal (the edge that mates
with the control head) and pull gently toward the front of the terminal as shown in Figure 5.
Take care to slide the antenna connector and power connector out of the chassis towards the
front.

6.

If existing, take extra care of the UCM Board inside the cover plate and disconnect the flex
cable from the mainboard.

CAUTION: The thermal pad can act as an adhesive and cause the leads of the heat
dissipating devices to be over stressed if the board is lifted too quickly.
If the board can't be easily lifted, the chassis must be heated up to 55 degree Celsius.

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GPS Cover
GPS Cable
GPS Board
GPS Flex
Pull out

Lift
Mainboard

Assessory
Connector

Housing

Lift

Figure 5 GPS and Mainboard Removal (view from bottom side)

Reassembly the Terminal Chassis And Transceiver Board (torques, see page 6-5)
1.

Inspect the transceiver board and ONLY if the surface of the thermal pads show signs of damage, remove the thermal pads and apply thermal grease to the heatsink area on the chassis
and heat dissipating devices.

2.

Insert the transceiver board at an angle (approximately 30) into the chassis taking care to
slide the antenna connector and accessory connector into their cut-outs in the chassis.

1.

Lower the transceiver board onto the chassis and align the two locating holes in the board
with the locating pins in the chassis.

2.

If a UCM board was mounted, reconnect the flex cable to the mainboard. Take care of the
specific flex bending. Note: After removal the UCM board has to be reprogrammed (App. C).

3.

Secure the cover to the chassis with the six screws previously removed.

4.

Torque the six screws to 1.9 NM (17 in lbs) using the T20 TORX driver. Begin with screw 6
followed by 5 to 1. Since the screws usually take a set, torque the screws a second time (1.9
NM) in the same order.

5.

If existing, reconnect the GPS flex cable and reassemble the GPS module and cover plate.

6.

Refit top cover over the assembled terminal chassis. Press cover down until it snaps into
place.

Control Head Fitting


1.

Align the dot or O marking on the flex with the O mark on the chassis to the socket on the
terminal assembly as shown in Figure 2.

2.

Check that the back housing o-ring seal is undamaged and fitted in the groove. Replace the
seal if it is damaged (refer to the exploded view diagrams and parts list).

3.

Fit the back housing to the control head. Ensure that the tags on the back housing align with
the snap catch grooves on the control head. Press the back housing into place until it snaps
into place.

4.

Check that the terminal chassis o-ring seal is undamaged and fitted in the groove on the
chassis assembly. Replace the seal if it is damaged.

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Enhanced Control Head - Disassembly


1.

To dismount the control head housing from the back housing, insert the dismantling tool in the
groove between the two housings as shown in the following figure.

Figure 6 Control Head Back Housing Removal


2.

Press the dismantling tool until the snap connectors on the side of the back housing release
from the control head.

ZWG0130215-O

Figure 7 Control Head Board Removal


3.

Remove the board from the control head housing by stretching the control head housing and
pulling up on the board as shown in the Figures.

4.

Remove the keypad from the control head housing by lifting up the rubber keypad.

NOTE Care should be taken not to touch or contaminate the conductive pads on the under
side of the keypad or the conductive contacts on the printed circuit board.

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Enhanced Control Head - Reassembly


1.

Fit the rubber keypad onto the board ensuring that the on/off control and the board is located
correctly with the cut-outs in the keypad.

2.

On the board, rotate the on/off control spindle fully counter-clockwise.

3.

Also, rotate the volume knob on the front housing fully counter-clockwise.

4.

Align the board with the control head, inserting the on/off control spindle and connector
through the holes in the control head.

Ensure that the keypad, on/off control spindle and microphone connector are aligned with the control
head then press the board into place until it clicks.

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Remote Mount Head - Disassembly

CAUTION: The terminal must be disconnected from the power supply before commencing
any disassembly. The Installation Manual should be referred to for more detailed information
on warnings and safety.

To Disassemble the Terminal from the Control Head


1.

Remove the Control Head from the Transceiver by inserting the dismantling tool (Motorola
part number 6686119B01) in the recess between the Control Head and the Transceiver.

2.

Split the Control Head into Front and Back housings by inserting the dismantling tool in the
recess between them.

NOTE:

3.

To minimize cosmetic damage disassemble from the bottom side (label side).
Remove the flex.

Back Housing

Front Housing

Figure 8 Remote Mount Head

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Remote Mount Head - Reassembly


To Reassemble the Remote Front Housing:
1.

Connect the flex from the Remote Front Housing to the top small connector in the Transceiver.

NOTE: For correct orientation of the flex in the Transceiver, the plastic tab should be up,

contacts facing down. Align the dot or O marking on the flex with the O mark on
the Transceiver. The flex must be pushed into the connector until it meets the stop.
2.

Press the Remote Front Housing onto the Transceiver chassis until the chassis tabs snap into
place.

To Reassemble the Remote Back Housing


1.

Connect the flex from the Remote Back PCB to the Control Head.

NOTE: For correct orientation of the flex align the dot or O marking on the flex with the O

mark on the PCB.


2.

Depending on the arrangement, orientate the Control Head in the Back Housing

3.

Press the Control Head onto the Remote Back Housing until ALL 6 tabs snap into place.

NOTE: The flex is not designed for continuous insertion, replace after several uses.

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Expansion Head - Disassembly

CAUTION: The terminal must be disconnected from the power supply before commencing
any disassembly. The Terminal Installation Manual should be referred to for more detailed
information warnings and safety.

To Disassemble the Expansion Head from the Terminal


1.

Remove the expansion head from the transceiver by inserting the dismantling tool
(Part No. 6686119B01) in the recess between the expansion head and the transceiver.

NOTE: To minimize cosmetic damage disassemble from the bottom side, (label side).

2.

Remove the two flexes from the terminal.

To Disassemble the Expansion Board from Expansion Head Housing


1.

Remove the board from the expansion head housing by levering the expansion head housing
and pulling up on the expansion board.

NOTE: The 40 pin connector has a top latch that needs to be lifted before the flex is inserted

and closed after flex insertion.


2.

Lift the top latch and remove the 40-Pin flex from connector board.

Expansion Head Housing

Figure 9 Expansion Head Exploded View

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To Disassemble the Connector Board from Expansion Head Housing


1.

Remove the silicon rubber frame

2.

Remove the four screws from the connector board.

3.

Remove all the protection caps on the front of the expansion head housing.

4.

Lift the connector board from the expansion head housing.

Expansion Head - Reassembly


To Reassemble the Expansion Head
1.

Insert the connector board into the expansion head housing.

2.

Secure the connector board with the four screws previously removed.

3.

Insert the rubber frame

4.

Insert the 40 pin flex from the connector board to the Expansion board, ensuring that the top
latch is firmly closed.

5.

Snap the Expansion board into the expansion head housing

6.

Connect the 12 line flex to the Terminal, top small connector.

7.

Connect the 40 line flex to the Terminal, bottom large connector

NOTE: For correct orientation of the flex align the dot or O marking on the flex with the O

mark on the PCB.


8.

Close the top latch after flex insertion

9.

Push the expansion head housing onto the Transceiver until all 4 tabs snap firmly into place.

10. Connect modem cable and sophisticated remote mount Control Head (if applicable).
NOTE: The Expansion Head has a protection grade of IP54. To maintain IP54 sealing when

connecting a RS232 data cable make sure to use a IP54 specified cable. (example:
ROLINE AT-Modem cable ST-BU 1,8m order no. 11.01.4518)
NOTE: The flex is not designed for continuous insertion, replace after several uses.

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Motorcycle Control Head - Disassembly


For disassembly of the Motorcycle version control head, use the following tools:
Parkers screwdriver, a pair of tweezers.
1.

Unscrew the wing screws of the control head trunnion and remove the control head from the
trunnion.

2.

Unscrew the two screws that hold the connector bracket. Remove the bracket, the cable
connector (not shown) and the gasket.

3.

Unscrew the screws of the back housing and pull straight off.

4.

The housing gasket may fall off when the back housing is removed. Note its location for
reassembly. Refer to the exploded view for positioning.

5.

The lock plate is aligned with one of the housing sides. Slide the lock plate the other direction
and lift straight off. Note its placement for reassembly.

6.

Remove the PCB support.

7.

Carefully lift PCB board assembly out holding the socket of the connector for the flexible PCB.

8.

Remove the Insert from the Light Guide.

9.

Unscrew all the screws of the Light Guide and carefully lift it out. This step is only required to
gain access to the keypad.

10. With the light guide removed, the keypad can be pulled from the front housing. Take care not
to touch or get contaminants on the conductive pads on the underside of the keypad.
11. Remove the Internal Spacer using a pair of tweezers. From inside the control head carefully
press in two of the tabs of the Volume Knob so that the tabs deflect out and disengage from
the control head Housing. Pull the Volume Knob straight out.
12. The External Spacer may fall out. Note its location for reassembly. Refer to the exploded view
for positioning.

Figure 10 Motorcycle Control Head Exploded View

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Motorcycle Control Head - Reassembly


1.

Place the volume knob assembly into the opening.

2.

Place the keypad into the front housing.

3.

Place the light guide into the housing and fasten it with the screws. Be sure that all screws are
fastened properly.

4.

Make sure that both the volume know and potentiometer are in the fully counterclockwise
position before inserting the board assembly into the font housing.

5.

Snap the board assembly into the front housing and verify that the volume know turns clockwise and counterclockwise, and that when you push on it, it sounds a sound.

6.

Place the PCB support - see the exploded view for proper direction.

7.

Slide the Lock Plate into place.

8.

Install the black gasket into the back housing and fasten the back housing to the front housing
with the screws.

9.

Place the gasket, insert the cable connector and mount the connector bracket with the
screws.

NOTE: Use only the black gasket (Mot.Part.No. 3202113U01) to achieve full IP 57 protection

Service Aids
The following table lists the service aids recommended for working on the terminal. While all of these
items are available from Motorola, most are standard workshop equipment items, and any
equivalent item capable of the same performance may be substituted for the item listed.
Table 19 Service Aids
Motorola Part No.

Description

Application

6666500A01

Housing Eliminator

Test Fixture used to bench test the terminal


pcb

6686119B01

Dismantling Tool

Assists in the removal of terminal control


head

0180320B16

Torx Screw Driver Kit (T6,8,10,15,25)

6680321B81

Torx Bit

6680321B56

Insert Bit extra long

T-20 TORX
(or equivalent)

Screwdriver with torque meter

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EXPLODED VIEWS & PARTS LISTS


NOTE: For optimum performance, all replacement parts, diodes, transistors and integrated circuits

must be ordered by Motorola part numbers.

Transceiver - Exploded View and Parts List


10

14

13

15
16

12
11

18

17b

17a

17c

17d
2

Figure 11 Transceiver Exploded View


NOTE: Terminals with special label OPTION BOARD MOUNTED (see dotted lines on figure above)

are equipped with an additional board inside the transceiver cover plate.
Refer to the figure next page before disassembling such terminals.

Table 20 Transceiver Parts List


Item No. Description

Part Number

Chassis (item 2 included)

2766532A01

Gasket, Control Head

3202620Y01

Main PCB (items 4 - 7 included)

refer to Appendix: Service Kits

BNC Antenna Connector

0986166B01

Power Connector

0986165B01

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Table 20 Transceiver Parts List


Item No. Description

Part Number

Accessory Connector

0986105B01

Flex to optional GPS

3066541B01

Connector Assembly

2886122B02

Connector Housing 16Pos.

1580922V01

10

Gasket Accessory Connector

3202606Y02

11

Gasket Cover

3286095B01

12

Cover

1566511A02

13

Screw T20, 6x (M4)

0310911A30

14

Cover, Plastic

1586170B01

15

Silicon Pressurepad for UHF only

7566500A01

16

Silicon Pressurepad for 800MHz only

7566502A01

17

GPS Module Kit:

0166502N65

17a GPS Board with flex

0166502N20

17b

3366540B01

Coax Cable

17c GPS Cover

1566548A01

17d

0310907A19

Screw, 5x (M3x8)

18

Screw for GPS board, 1x (M3x8)

0310907A19

19

Bushing for IP 54 Protection w/o GPS (not shown)

4366504A02

20

UCM Board Kit:

GMLN4210_

20a

UCM Board Module

CLN8041_

20b

UCM Board Cover

0786183B01

20c

UCM Board Flex

8485615Z02

20d

Screw 3x (M5x8)

0310943R55

20d
20c

UCM board inside the cover plate

20b

20a

Figure 12 Location of additional UCM Board inside the Cover Plate

CAUTION: There is a flex installed connecting the UCM board to the main board. Take extra
care not to tear off the flex when dis-assembling or re-assembling the board from/to the
transceiver cover plate or this could damage the UCM board and the main board.

NOTE: The CLN8041_ UCM board is not repairable. Order a replacement board if necessary.

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Enhanced Control Head - Exploded View and Parts List

ZWG0130201-O

2
1

Figure 13 Enhanced Control Head - Exploded View 1

Table 21 Enhanced Control Head - Parts List 1


Item No

Description

Part No

GCAI Cover

1515048C01

KeyPad Assy

7571017L01

Head Bridge Assy

0104025J29

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9
8

6
7

10

11

12

ZWG0130201-O
13

Figure 14 Enhanced Control Head - Exploded View 2

Table 22 Enhanced Control Head - Parts List 2


Item No

Description

Part No

Encoder Knob

3616898H01

Gore Port

3205472M02

LCD Module

7271138D01

LCD Rubber Jacket

7516954H01

5a

Emergency Key

3816953H01

Emergency Key Frame

0716944H01

GCAI Seal

3264133H01

Main PWA Kit

GMLN4312A

LCD Metal Retainer

4216900H01

10

Chassis

2716937H01

11

KeyPad FFC

8471919L01

12

KeyPad PWA Kit

GMLN4311A

13

Side Cap

3816950H01

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Expansion Head - Exploded View and Parts List

13
12
10
9
14
8

7
11
15
1
4
5
3
2

Figure 15 Expansion Head - Exploded View

Table 23 Expansion Head - Parts List


Item No

Description

Part No

Expansion Head Housing

1564290B01

Cover 9 Sub-D

3864326B01

Cover 25 Sub-D

3864326B02

Protection Caps/Bung, Telco

GLN7306_

Seal, Expansion Head

3264325B01

Screw, Protection Caps/Bung (4 required)

0305137Q02

Connector Board

PMLN5087A

Screw, Connector PCB (4 required)

0385944A02

Flex 40 Pin

8415157H01

10

Expansion Board, not part of Housing Kit

PMLN4939A

11

Seal for 10 Pin Telco on PCB

3264291B01

12

Flex 12 Pin

8486127B01

13

Flex 40Pin

8466543A01

14

Silicone Pressure Pad

3264337B01

15

Label

5464344B07

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Remote Mount - Exploded View and Parts List


Figure 16 Remote Mount - Exploded View
5

Table 24 Remote Mount - Parts List


Item No.

Description

Part No.

Side FFC (Main to Remote)

8471921L01

Remote PWA Kit

GMLN4310A

Remote Back Hsg Assy

0104025J30

D Sub Cover

1571012L01

Trunnion

0716933H01

Middle Screw

0371912L01

Self Tapping Screw

0316961H01

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Remote Mount Kit - Exploded View and Parts List


Figure 17 Remote Mount Head - Exploded View
Remote Mount Cable
10-pin
Connector

Transceiver

Trunnion

Flex
PCB
Back Housing for
Remote Mount

Flex

Remote Mount
Head Kit

10-pin
Connector

or
Data Expansion
Control Head Kit

Back Housing for


Remote Mount Kit
Enhanced Control Head

Remote Mount Head

or
Data Expansion Control Head

Table 25: Associated Components Remote Mount Kit


Description

Part Number

Remote Mount, 3 m
Remote Mount Head Kit

PMLN4904_

Remote Mount Cable, 3 m

RKN4077_

Speaker Extension Cable

GMKN4084_

Remote Mount, 5 m

PMLN4493_

Remote Mount Head Kit

PMLN4904_

Remote Mount Cable, 5 m, shielded

RKN4078_

Speaker Extension Cable

GMKN4084_

Remote Mount, 7 m

PMLN4494_

Remote Mount Head Kit

PMLN4904_

Remote Mount Cable, 7 m

RKN4079_

Speaker Extension Cable

GMKN4084_

Remote Mount, 10 m

PMLN4494_

Remote Mount Head Kit

PMLN4904_

Remote Mount Cable, 10 m

PMKN4020_

Speaker Extension Cable

GMKN4084_

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Table 26: Associated Components Remote Mount Expansion Kit


Description

Part Number

Remote Mount Expansion, 3 m


Data Expansion Control Head Kit

PMLN4908_

Remote Mount Cable, 3 m

RKN4077_

Speaker Extension Cable

GMKN4084_

Remote Mount Expansion, 5 m

PMLN4493_

Data Expansion Control Head Kit

PMLN4908_

Remote Mount Cable, 5 m

RKN4078_

Speaker Extension Cable

GMKN4084_

Remote Mount Expansion, 7 m

PMLN4494_

Data Expansion Control Head Kit

PMLN4908_

Remote Mount Cable, 7 m

RKN4079_

Speaker Extension Cable

GMKN4084_

Remote Mount Expansion, 10 m

PMLN4494_

Data Expansion Control Head Kit

PMLN4908_

Remote Mount Cable, 10 m

PMKN4020_

Speaker Extension Cable

GMKN4084_

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Motorcycle Control Head - Exploded View and Parts List

2
1

Figure 18 Motorcycle Control Head - Exploded View


Table 27 Motorcycle Control Head - Parts List

Item No.

Description

Part No.

Side Cap Screw

0316960H02

MC Side Cap

3871547L01

MC Back Hsg Assy

0104025J31

MC trunnion

0771445L01

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CHAPTER 8

SCHEMATICS, PCBS AND PARTS LISTS

!
WARNING

Any level 3 repairs can deeply affect the performance of the MTM800 ENH
terminal and may cause a new tuning procedure.
This tuning procedure can only be applied by certain authorized Motorola
depots where the appropriate TEST&TUNE EQUIPMENT is available.
The appropriate TEST&TUNE EQUIPMENT is a special automated test
equipment which is only available at some Motorola factories and Motorola
repair centres.

Section Introduction
This Chapter contains the following Sections:

8.1

Transceiver 806-870MHz: Schematics/PCBs and Parts Lists

8.2

Control Heads:

Enhanced Control Head


Expansion Head
Remote Mount Head
Motorcycle Control Head

NOTE: For optimum performance, all replacement parts, diodes, transistors and integrated circuits

must be ordered by MOTOROLA part numbers.

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TRANSCEIVER: SCHEMATICS, PCBS AND PARTS LISTS

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J0301

C5503

C5421

11

20

J0400

C5541

C5412

C5408

C5447

C5422

C5418

R0331

C0345

R0332

R0323

C0346

R0327

T5801

C0603

C0421
R0415
R0417

Q0200

C0605

C0607

C0609

R0418

C0415

C0601

C0604

C0608

C0606

R0402
C0613

C0611

C0612

C0614

C0615

C0417

C0414

C0413

C0412

C0411

C0410

C0407

C0406

C0408
R0403

C0404

C0405

R0416

PCB / Main Board 8466582A02_B / TOP SIDE

9
C1120
C1105

R0135

TP1113

C1103

C1104

R1104

C1101

C1113

R0325

VR0325

R0161

Q0157
D0152
VR0163
Q0161

U1105

R1116

TP0120

R1105

R0466

C1102

R0157
R0156
R0155

C1100

Q0150
R0150

D0150

C1108
C0343

TP1118

TP1122

E1101

E1103
TP1117

A1

R0111

TP0129

C0115

TP1216

C0147

TP1217

R1132

R1112

TP1119

TP1213

R0100

R1111

E1102
C1114

TP1111

A16

C0452

TP1112

TP1124

TP1215

40

J0500

TP1109

C0160

C1115

TP1110

U1100

TP1102

TP1212
TP1211
TP1105
TP1214
TP1115

R5322

R0101

C1107

C1106

U0405

C0148

C1110

TP1125

TP1103 TP1104

R0129

R5324

R5323

C1132
T1

C1111

T16
TP1126

13
C0550

C1109

R0108

R1109
C0554

C1119

A1

C1133
R0459

C1112

TP1101 TP1107

C0453
TP0499

C0451

C0536

C0535

C0534

C0533

C0532

C0531

C0530

C0528

C0529

C0527

C0526

C0525

C0524

C0522

C0521

C0520

C0519

C0517

C0515

C0513

C0512

C0511

C0510

C0508

C0507

C0506

C0505

C0504

C0503

U5322

H1

H6
A6
A8

R0469

U0403

C0457

C5316
C5308

D5331

C0402
C0618

G1
C1131

G8

C0454

C1121

TP5843

U0408

R0458

U0402

10

11
R0455

20

R0473

U1102

5
8

R0467

U0401

R5321

Q5331

C5306

R5364

C5336

Q5301

R5301

C0617

C0619

C0339

R0168
R0169

R0170
C0304
R0301

C0465

R0456

R0457

R0401

R0527
R0468
C0458

C0309

C0456

D0305
C0218

C0319

R0313

R0450

C0455

R0307

C0312

R0452

U1103

U0406

R0470

C0502

R5302
R5303

C5307

R5355
C5362

R5362

C0303

R5668
C5754

C5739

R0451

R0454

C5323

C5324

R5335

R5161

R0326

C5742

R5670

R5634

W5701

U0404

C0450

TP0498

C5321

U5321

R5363

TP5331

Q0306

R0136

Q5352

R0244

C0342

16

12
13

L5733
C5735

D5734

R0465

C5322

R5365

R5336

C5141

R5155

C5344

C5305
R5304

R5366

C5366
R5358

C5162

R5354

R5351

R5154

U5105

C5353

R5361

C5351

25

Q5351

L5361

C5361

R5153

C5303

C5352

C5345

C0154

17

8
9

C5655

Q5604

R0300

R5637

C5633

C5635

R5603

R5632

C5631

R5602
C5644

R5669

C5738

Q0303
R0312

M0401

C5331

C5301

R5352

R5178

R5162
C5138

R5732

D5733

C5750

C5343

Y5362

R5353

R5150

C5132

R5653

C5737

R0308

R0237

R0245

U0410

U0207

C5124

C5158

R5158

37

C5123

R5121

R5122

C5145

R5601

Q5711

D0300

VR0302

R5157

R5171

C5148

C5199

C5711

C5712

TP5701

C0227

R0400

R5169

U5101

C5130

C5651

L5734

Q0301

C0523

C5153

R5134

C5194

R5190

C5147

R5197

C5198

C5176

L5174

R5195

R5196

R5863

C5646

Q0302

R0310

D0301

C5652

R5651

C5168

R5151

13

C5195

C5179

R5149

R5198

L5175

C5113
C5112

R5176

U5103

R5152

C5111

C5630

C5624
R5671

D5732
R5711

C5036

L5011

R0241

U0205

C0307

R0309

U0301

R5148

R5167

C5157

C5154

R5166

R5159

C5155

C5159

R5183

Q5180
R5181

R5199

C5182

C5180

C5181

C5120

C5151

R5184

C5127

C5186

D5180

R5179

C5187

C5183

R5630

D5731

C5736

L5704

TP5702

L5702

C5751

R5180

R5604

Q5602

C5605

R5609

C5684

R5605

Q5671

R5607
C5708
C5701

C5702

Q5701

L5018

1
TP5201

C5034

R5702

C5037

L5201

C5671

R5705
R5007

C5035

C5203

L5012

U5201

R5652

C5634

R5672

U5702

L5607

C5653

C5672

R5625

C5611

R5636

R5631

SH5701

C5030
R5026

C5643

R5703

R5206

L5601

L5605

U5002

R5015

L5203

R5205

Q5601

R0243

C0232

C0302
Q5631

C5654

L5004

C5205
C5211

R5103

R5125

TP5202

R5204

C5204

R5210

Q5201

C5102

C5206

Q5101

C5101

R5104

R5102

R5106

R5100

C5104

R5105

R5101

L5180

C5103

L5202

C5012

L5002

C5601

FL5001
1

C5007

C0234

VR0403

C0170

C0152

TP0150

C5612

L5606
C5026

C5009

C5602

L5001

L5019

C5613

C5614

R5028

C5046

L5017

C5008

C5018

C5020

R5014

FL5002

L5005

C5017

R5608

L5006

C5019

U5003

C5022

D5001

R5017

C5028

L5008

C5027

C0235

VR0405

C5868

SH5601

M5002
C5041

C0409

J0600

23
24

C0233

VR0402

R0172
C0155

L5007

C0237

VR0406

C0616

R0412

L0231

L5813

R5804

R5805
R5847
C5847

H8

C5848

C5813

D0404

C0230

U0150
C0150

C5811

A7

G7

C0156

25

R5809

A1

U5810

C5803

C5810

C5808

L5805

H1

C5826

C5822
C5806

R5814

C5805

R5451

C5440

TP5846

C5510

Q5554

C5812

R5452

C5809

C5882

G1

C5842

C5876

T5802

A8

A1
C5878

C5862

C5819

R5810

C5807

L5804

C5021

M0402

R0171

C5873

C5824

C5881

L5877

U5809

C5863

TP5844

C5872

R5455

R5453

R5553

L5812

L5552

C5820

C5857

E5801

C5874

C5871

C5451

C5856
R5454

FL5451

U0300

C5471
TP5845

C0305
R0304

R0303

C5404

C5472
C5439

C0311
R0349

R0328

C0420

R0413

L5404
C5409

R0302

R5412

R0411

L5405

C5414

C0416

C0310

R5413

R5523

R5521

C5441

R5407

U0307

R5415

L0232

R5414

R5522

U0302
R0305

C5442

C5543

C5401
C5521

C5557

U5501

RT5551

C0324

C5400

Q5521

C5411

C5558

16

C0313

C0419

C0306

Q0344

C5459

C0418

C5508

C5470
C5465

C0348

R0306

M5421

C5458
C5460

C5405

C5415

R5431

M5422

U5401

R5416

C0308

C5428

R5491

10

C0347

L5403

C5467
L5462

C5466

C0335

L5421

R0330

C5429

C5509

Q5542

C5419

C5424

J5401

C5410

R5543

R5541

C0610

R5542

C5501

C5505

M5001

L5502

2
C5502

R5501

C5448

C5431

C5430

C5445

C5432

C5468

C5434

C5438

C5469

L5551

D5551

L5461

C5556

C5435

C5437

C5436
C5426
C5427

C5433

R5405

R5401
C5403

C0300

L5452

C0320

D5451
C5480

R5420

R5419

Q5553

R5460

Q5801
C5804

C5453

C5452

R5422
R5421

R5808

R5807

C5456

Q5559

Q5552

R5859
R5860

L5803
R5806

L5814

R5552

C5879

R5819

C5880

C5875

C5825

C5833

C5834

L5453

R5408

C5854

C5845
C5823

C5836
R5855

U5808

C5870

C5846

C5855
C5861

R5846

C5883

R5856

R5837

Q5802
R5845

C5841

D5452

R5461
R5418

D5202

R5212

D5201

R5215

C5213

R5211

C5004

L5009

C5023

D5002

C5024

R5013

L5204

R5218

C5212

R5220

C5219

C5166

R5147

R5207

C5210

C5167

R5214

C5214
R5216

C5215
R5222

C5220

L5218

R5221

Q5202

R5213

R5209
R5217

L5219

C5202

C5209

U5102

C5126

C5163

U5104

C5144

C5146

R5131

C5131

C5164

C5133

R5370

C5367

C5339

R5334

C5335

PCB / Main Board 8466582A02_B / BOT SIDE

R5172

C5150
R5133

C5191

R5193

R5163

Q5190

R5177

R5160

L5190

R5145

C5160

C5142

C5190

C5197

C5135

R5192

R5194
C5193

C5152

R5140

C5137

C5178

C5122

C5121

R5144

C5156

C5136

C5177
C5161

R5191

C5192

C5140

25

13
C5334

C5318

J0550

Q5332
R5371

C5175

C5184

D5190

R5189

R5187

C5189

C5125
C5139

R5185

C5174
C5365

C5313
C5311

C5173

C5188

R5188

R5132

C5172

C5341

R5316

C5185

C5129

C5128

C5134

C5337
U5331

R5315

D5121

L5126

R5146

C5171

C5340

C5314
R5313

C5315

Q5151

R5164

R5168

C5169
R5165

C5338

C5347

C5363

R5331

C5317

C0111

C5319

C0116

L5363

37

TP5302

C5346

L5362

R5332

R5338

R5333

C5312

R5312

D5301
C0130

U5001

C5002

R5170

C5332

C0114

C0552

C5029

R5022

C5031

C5033

L5721

C5015

C5045

C5752

R5721

TP5204

C5038

C5721

R5712

L5711

R5704
C5704

C5221

L5013

C5713

C5216

R5715

R5714

C5716

C5715

R5219

C5333

D5302

12

C0136

R5208

20

C5032

L5014

L5712

C5039

R5001
C5042

TP5021

Q5001

C5003

TP5001

C5001

C5208

C5717

C5714

11

U5701
10

C5705

R5710

R5709

R5707

C5722

R5723

C5731

L5731

C5706

Q5002

R5020

R5021

C5013

C5025

C5011

R5006
R5024

R5019

L5604

R5011

R5009

D5003

C5043

L5015

C5603

C5016

L5703

R5311

L5301

R5314

C0553

R5010

C5005
C5010

D5004

R5012

R5004

R5622

C5621

C5640

C5622

D5603

R5713

C0134

C0551

C0555

C0509

R0505

C0121

R0105

D0101

D5604

D5601

C5709

C5733

Q5712

C5732

C5730

R5734

C5707

C5760

R5727

U5704

C5725

R5728

C0556

C0560

C0561

R0562

C0538

C0539

C0540

C0537

TP0402

TP0401

R0557

R0341

C0557

C0341

R0182

C0558

R0173

C5734

SH5702

R0559

R0342

C0559

R0174

C0340

Q0341

R0343

C5740

R5731

R0347

C0161

C0333

R5722

R5726

C5741

R5733

R0348

R5725

L5722

C0158
5

C0344

U0305

R0346

C0461

C5753

C5743

C0127

R0344

R0345

U0308

R0151

C0334

C0463

C0128

20

Y0101

D5602

L5603

R5621

C5629

R5628

C5606

Q5621

C5623

L5623

R5624

R5629

Q5605
R5654

R5623

R5018

C5609

C5627

C5607

C5632
C5641

C5682

C5626

L5628

C5681

L0301

R5681

C5645

Q5653

L5016

C0129

Q0342

C0162

Q0164

Q5681

L5735

20

R0152

C0459

TP1108

R0107

C5625

C5044

W5601

C5604
C5615

C5040

C0331

Q0343

U0407

10

U0104

Q0100

R0175

L5627

R0314

C0131

R0322

R0463

R0128

R0134

D0303

R5655

C0318

Q0304

C5685

R5023

TP0128

10

Q0101

C5551

C5342

C0110

TP0161

Q0305

C0118

C0146

R0162
R0127

C0123

Q0158

Q0160

C0141
2

R0131

11

R1108

R5803

R5417

C5473

R5554

Q5551

L5451

L5553

C5474

R0464

C0462

4
R0102

R0133

R0600

R1103

R0163

R1107

U0100

R0179

R0153

Q0152

D0151

R0125

TP0127

C0142

U0103

R0130

18

R0177
R0350

C0323

C5683

C0464

R0120

R0122

U1104

R0115

R0154

C0163

C5559

C5455

SH5602
C5686

C0317

C0143

D1101

R0113

R0132

R0318

R5524

R5551

R5816

TP5801

R5850

D0306

TP0403

C0315

C0113

TP0125

TP5804

C0321

11

U0102

U1101

R5862
R0602

R0601

R5861

R1101

R0571

R1113

R1114
R0424

R0423

R0428

C0329
8

C5850

Q0163
R0119

1
C0332
5

R0324

U0303

R0106

C0326

R5853

R0320

R1131

J0570

C5550

R5852

R0321

R0319

C5864

C0132

C0316

C1116

U0306

C5867

Q0202

Q0159

D0102

C5865

R5851

R5854

R0207

R1102

TP0406

TP5847

R5857

TP5849

C5831

R0206

J0450

C0124

D0153

Q0156

R0160

16

C0202

R0208

C0219

R5858

C0125

C0231

C0203

R0118

R0220

C5852

R5849

C0133

R0218

R0603

R0421

C5849

C5461

C5457

C5828

C5827

C5844

C5859

C0140

M0301

C0460

C5462

C5843

C5853

C0139

C0213

40

R0420

D0304

R0555

20

R0176

Q0201

11

R5841

C0137

R0117

U0204 U0203

FL0200

R5844
R5842

C0117
C0120

C0224

C0223
1

C0222

C0401

R0405

R0406

R0225
R0223

10

R0205

R0204

R0228

R0200

C0220

R0166

R0201

C0200

TP5802
R5843

C0338

R0167

U0202
TP0200

C5555

TP5848

TP5803

C0164
R0222

C5553

C5554

S5401

TP5811

C5840

C0135
R0165

R0203
R0202

R0178

C5464

Q5804

C0119
2

C0314

U0201

C0201

M0302

R0181

R0159

C5552

C5475

C5463

R5840

R0180

Q5431

TP5401

TP5841

VR0401

C5449

R5555

Q0203

R0221

C0205

R0242

C0236

R0224

14

U0206

R0246

C0229

C0225

R0239

C0204

C0226

R0238

C0228

R0240

TP0405

C5423

C0138

C0325

C0337

C0322

C0221

R0404

VR0407

R0409

R0604

R0410

R0605

Q0600

R0427

Q0401

TP0404

C5420

TP4409

C5860

U0304
5

C0328

VR0301

Q5421

C5425

C5407

D0325

R0311

C0151
C0157

C0330

TP0301

C0159

TP5541

C5416

C5406

VR0300

F0303

VR5401

E0300

F0302

C0336

C5402

TP5402

R5402

TP0303
F0301

C5413

R5406

R5403

R5430

R5404

R5503

C5506

C5446

C5443

C5417

C5507

TP0302

L5503

C5504

C0301

C5444

L5501

R5533

Q5501

8.1 - 5

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MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

PA

CONTROLLER

DUMMY

FE_IF_ABACUS

VCO_FRACN
NET

DUMMY

DUMMY

Overview

Overview PA / Javelin

Overview RF

Overview FGU

Overview CNTL

Tx-Low / Javelin

FE & MIXER

TX VCO

PA Section

IF Section

RX VCO

ABACUS

FRAC-N

Power Supply

I/O Section

AUDIO

CONTROLLER

PATRIOT

TRANSCEIVER OVERVIEW

Port Section

MEMORY

USB / ADC

MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

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NET

JAVELIN
NET

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8.1 - 8

MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

PASUPVLTG_UHF_PA_1
PASUPVLTG

Power_line

Power_line

A+
9V3FLT

10uF

7.5pF

56pF

C5505

U5501

L5503

.033uF

57R01
Power_line

C5558

68pF
NU

C5446

7.5pF

7.5pF

TP5848

VOUT
GND

C5445
9V3_TX_UHF_PA_1

9V3FLT
L5502

57R01
C5503

.033uF

C5421

C5447

C5422

C5419

1uF

7.5pF

0.1uF

56pF

C5557

RT5551

50K

9V3_TX

LM50

7.5pF 57R01

56pF

C5504

C5444

C5502

L5501

POS

C5443

C5501

NU

68pF
TBD

R5533

4.7

R5413

R5414

NU

68pF

TBD

C5406

C5407

0.1uF

18pF

C5403

Power_line

R5401

C5402

U5401
SRFIC5668

9
10
C5400

13pF

15

VG2

NU

NU

NU

NU

C5440

24pF

180pF

4.3pF

C5458

C5426

C5459

C5460

24pF

24pF

24pF

24pF

NU

NU

NU

C5433

22pF

150

C5413

22pF

C5416
1

22pF

NU

POS

HEATSINK

3.3pF

NU

L5452

C5466

3.3pF

NU

8.01nH

dummy_load

15pF

L5553
220nH

C5473

47pF

TP5849

BACKWARD

RXIN

130
R5453 R5455

150

68

Q5559

R5405

C5556

9V3FLT

47pF

D5551
R5524
10K

C5550

TP5541

68pF

R5551

C5551

1000pF
TBD

TBD

R5554
680

L5551

C5555

2.7pF

220nH

RXIN_PA_1

R5555
10K
NU

10K

C5559

.022uF

68pF

C5552

330pF

C5554

C5553

68pF

C5475
10pF

13pF
NU

.01uF
C5420

C5425

C5428

C5429

.01uF

56pF

68pF
1

C5465

Q5551

C5410

100

C5456

M5421

2.7K

R5430

R5454

R5431

VR5401

150

J5401 - BNC

HEATSINK

.022uF

6.61nH

M5422

R5404

C5408

27pF

6.61nH

8.01nH

R5452

C5474

POS

10K

NU

L5462

L5451

NU

R5417
51
R5451

68pF

2.7K

5.6V

D5452

56pF

R5408

R5491

C5467

3.3pF

L5461

3.3pF

NU

D5451

C5461

180pF

NU

C5435

C5480

6.8pF

NU

3.3pF

22pF

NU

6.2pF

27nH

C5463

Q5421

OUT

C5439

NU

4.7pF

NC2
NC4

10pF 4.3pF

C5472
C5470

C5451

R5403

C5412

NC1
NC3

C5469

1 IN

C5464

C5462
L5453

VG1

G2

EP

56pF

RFOUT2

VD1

GND4

C5418

VCNTRL

GND3

11

RFOUT1

GND2

14

RFIN

17

GND1

16

22pF

NU

2.216x??

C5424

22pF

C5438

3.3pF

R5402

150

470pF

C5437

NU

NU

FL5451

9V3_TX_SW

8.2nH 3.9pF

56pF

68pF

NU

C5415

TBD

R5552

TBD

2.7K
R5419
0

TP5402

R1
1

TP4409

5V_TX_SW

R5543

68pF

2.2K

C5509

ANT_EN_PA_1

R1

Q5552

Q5554
R2

C5510

TBD

R5420
1K

100K

5V_TX_SW
0
R5418

Q5542
R5523

68pF

2.2K

C5508

C5541

56pF

R5521

R5406

1K

56pF

68pF

R5541

100K

R5461
NU
0

R5460
10K

5V_TX_SW

9V3_TX_SW

Q5553

100K
C5521

1K

4.7K
R5421

dummy_load

Q5521

R5501

ANT_EN

R2

68pF

R5542

9V3_TX_SW

3.9pF

L5405

NU

100

13

8.2nH

47pF

C5471

Q5431
C5423

C5453

47pF

3.3pF

iso_microstrip

18pF

C5427

20pF

R5415

C5452

NU

C5468

C5436

19.61nH
R5412
100

9.1pF

NU

10pF

6.2pF

L5404

6.2pF

C5434

C5432

3.3pF

L5421

1.2pF

C5409

C5457

120

56pF

G
C5404

NU

R5553
L5431

18nH

C5449

39

C5405

56pF

15pF

5V_TX_SW

C5401

C5431

56pF

NU

NU

R5416

82

12

FORWARD

C5414

C5430

7.5pF
56pF

L5552

L5403

220nH

TP5401

C5411

C5448
C5543

56pF

220nH

C5442

DRIVER_SENSE

GND

DRIVER_SENSE_UHF_PA_1

R5522

30K

R5422
10K

C5507
BIAS3_PA_1

BIAS3

R5503
C5417

.047uF

Q5501

BIAS2_PA_2

33K

BIAS2

BIAS1

C5506

56pF

Main Board 8466582A02_B / PA 800MHz

BIAS1_PA_1

MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

82
R5819

NET

TXH

8.1 - 9

R5859

G
TXH_LN_1

5V_TX_SW

82

NU
C5831
68pF

C5828
0.1uF

C5879
68pF

C5880
68pF

NU

NU
T5801
HHM1522A8

TP5801

R5803
27
R5807
220

2.2K

C5804
68pF

C5813

PORT2 3

TX_LO

TP5846

TP5844

R5806

TX_LO_LN_1

68pF

1 PORT1
C5865

R5808
220

L5803
6.8nH

R5860 68pF
220

C5864
C5805
6.2pF

0.1uF

C5806
1.8pF
L5804
6.8nH

C5812
2.7pF

R5809
0

C5808
6.2pF
R5814
330

C5811
2.7pF

L5805
6.8nH

GND1
R5810
330

C5809

NU

2.4pF

NU

NU

5
C5810

NC

2.4pF

NU
4
C5803

2 CT
PORT3

C5807
2.7pF

Q5801
PBR941

68pF

C5882
0.5pF

R5816
680

NU

TP5845
1

3V_TX

L5814
2.2uH

VOUT

C5825
3V_TX_LN_1

3V_TX

3V_DIG_LN_1

3V_DIG

NC

0.1uF

5
4

T5802
HHM1564D1

NCP512

C5875

NU

1uF

3 PORT2

3V_TX

NU

C5822

C5833
68pF

C5881

C5867

C5868

68pF

68pF

68pF

TP5811
PORT1 1

0.1uF

C5826

C5823
0.1uF

3V_DIG

0.1uF

L5877

C5827
0.1uF

30nH

C5834
0.1uF

C5848
0.1uF

NC
6

68pF

NU

G5

NU

F6
F3
F4
1
R5856
10K

A1

C3

A2

B2

TSLOT

DGND3

TSLOTB

A3

B4

C4

A4

A6

B3

DVDD3

CSB

SPCK

SPI

SPO

ICLKR

DVDD1

OUT1

AGND1

FMOUT

AVDD1

ASW

B1

E1

C2

D1

D3
C1

C1
B1

0 R5843
0 R5844

E2
E1

C2

4700pF

NU

R5841
0 R5842

D1

C5859

C5860
.01uF

3V_TX

D2

C3
B2

NC

F2
G1

NC

A7

C5861

NU .01uF

R5857

F1

10K

C5849
0.1uF

G4
H3

R5858
10K

A8

TP5802
TP5803

B6

G2

A1

D3

C7

C5820

C5819

68pF

0.1uF

68pF

PA_DIS_PA_1

VQGD

VRFUP

E2

D6

VLO

VCC

RFOUT2B
RFOUT2

SPIO

RFOUTB
RFOUT

SPISEL
SLT

ASW

E8
D8
C8
B8
F8

TP5841

NC
NC

SLTB
SCAN
CLK

TST1

CLKB

TST2
TST3

VCO1

TST4

U5809
JAVELIN

VCO1B

LP1QB

LOGND
VCO2

LP1Q

VCO2B
BINI

LP1IB
LP1I

RFINB
RFIN

CAPO

LCAP

CAPOC
CAPM

BINQB
BINQ

LP2QB

BINIB

LP2Q
LP2IB

E3

VBLIN

AVDD3

SUB

F3

E4

F4

G3

G4

AGND3

VCNTF
IREF

VCNTO

AGC
TCAPP

AGCB
TCAPM

LP2I
AOC
INC_DCR

VSSR

PHCLK

SUBD
SUBU
GND_THERM

CEI
CEQ

QGND

F5
E7
F7
G8

C5840
0.1uF
R5846
4.7K

NC
NC

R5840
4.7K

R5845
2.7K

Q5804

NC
NC
R5837
680

B4
C5
A4
A3
B3

S5401

C4

C5843

C5844

.022uF

.022uF

SWITCH
in H/W Kit

B7
B5
C6
A6
C5857
470pF

A5
C5856
470pF

D5
E4

C5873
270pF

C5853

C5852

C5845

4700pF

3300pF

68pF

C5846

NU

R5407

C5441

68pF

NU

68pF

Q5802
C5854

C5855

68pF

68pF

C5874
270pF

E5
D4

C5871
270pF

C5872
270pF

D2

L5812
HHM1523D2

C5862

0.1uF

GNDUP

GND

68pF

D7

A2

GNDDWN

TMROUT

E3

VBLIN_PCIC_LN_1

R5847C5883
75K 0.1uF

PORT1 1

C5878
2.4pF

GND1

6
C5870

C5863
4

68pF

CT 2

C5850

C5847
1000pF

G7

TP5804

3V_TX

GNDLO

3 PORT2

68pF

VBLIN_PCIC

C5841
0.1uF

F7

OUT1B

F5

C5842
0.1uF

E6

DGND

E5

NC

OUTQ

INI

NC

OUTQB

U5810

DVDD2

CREF

D5

3V_TX

AVDD2
AGND2

G5

E7
D6

SCK
SRD

H6
G6

SPIC
SPII

NC

D7

RSTB

B5
C6

CLKIN

TXE
C5

TCLK

SFS

INQ

NC
3V_DIG

H5

R5855
10K

H8

STD

INQB

C7

NC

B6

ADDAG_CLK_LN_1

ADDAG_STD_LN_1

D4

G
G
G

TP5847

H7

TCLKB

G7

ADDAG_CLK

B7

DSPCLK

NC

ADDAG_FS
ADDAG_STD

ADDAG_FS_LN_1

A7

NC

NC

A5

ADDAG_TXE_LN_1

INIB

H4

R5849

REF16_8_OSC

F6

ADDAG_TXE

H2
G2

SPIA_CS0_ADDAG_LN_1

G6

G3

R5853
R5854

100

NC

REF16_8_OSC

5V_TX

C5824

SPIA_CS2_ODCT_LN_1

R5852

MRSTB

PA_DIS

L5813
560nH

100

100

SPIA_CS0_ADDAG

R5805 82

CT 2
PORT3

3V_TX

100

VDD

H1
100
SPIA_MOSI_LN_2

SPIA_MISO_LN_1

F1
F2

VRFDWN

SPIA_CLK_LN_1

SPIA_MOSI_LN_1

R5850
R5851

DGND

SPIA_CS2_ODCT

100

E6

SPIA_MISO

RESET_ODCT_ADDAG_LN_1

R5804 82

C5836

G1

SPIA_CLK
SPIA_MOSI

G
G
G
G
G

FORWARD

C5876

0.1uF

RESET_ODCT_ADDAG

GND1

5V_TX

3V_DIG

EN
VIN

5V_TX

3V_TX

5V_TX
5V_TX_LN_1

E5801
BLM15EG121SN1D

GND

5V_TX

U5808

LOAD_DUMP

LOAD_DUMP

Main Board 8466582A02_B / TX-LOW SECTION_JAVELIN

PORT3

NC

BACKWARD

5V_TX_SW

8.1 - 10

MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

FE
NET

NET

IF

ABACUS
DUMMY

Main Board 8466582A02_B / RF overview

MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

8.1 - 11

9V3

AGC_2_IF_FE_1

AGC_2_IF

AGC_2_IF

R5024
3.3K

Mxr_3V3

TP5001

R5023
4.7K

AGC_1_FE_1

1uF
C5031

Q5001

G
AGC_1_FE
C5042
68pF

68pF

.01uF
C5032

C5033

IF1

R5001
10K

G
R5021
1.5K

C5002
.01uF

Mxr_3V3

3V_AGC

9V3

9V3

VIN

VOUT

ON_OFF*

NC

5
4

GND

C5003
1uF

C5005
4.7uF

C5004
0.10uF

C5043
68pF

C5029
0.1uF

R5015
51

U5001
LP2980

C5012
0.1uF

L5002
2.2uH

C5008
4.7uF

C5007
.01uF

330pF
C5030

1.6pF

D5004

C5013

R5022
270

R5020
390
.01uF
C5001

1K
R5006

1000pF
C5034

C5010
.01uF
68pF

C5009

R5019
390

L5015
220nH

R5013
47K

K9V1_FE_1

C5017
68pF

L5016
220nH

D5001

C5015
0.10uF

L5004
22nH

0
R5012

K9V1
C5045
68pF

6.8nH

1
OUT

IN

68pF
C5028

1.6pF
C5020

R5028
560
NU

L5001
8.2nH

L5006
12nH

C5023
47pF

AGC_0_FE_1

R5011
1K

D5003

G
AGC_0_FE

R5009
0
L5009
8.2nH
C5044
68pF

C5024
0.1uF

C5025
8.2pF

L5013
12nH

L5014
12nH

G
RXINJ

L5017
12nH

RXINJ_FE_1
C5038
1.6pF

C5039
5.1pF

Main Board 8466582A02_B / FE and Mixer Section

LO
IF

RF

L5011
560nH

IF_FE

C5036
18pF

L5019
6.8nH

C5041
33pF

R5010
10K

330pF
C5037

GIC

GND

76Z01

18pF
C5022

RFIN

C5046
5.1pF

FL5001
2

GND2

RF0UT

1000pF
C5016

1K
R5017

VPD

GND1

L5008

L5007
33nH

D5002

3
IN

C5018
68pF

RXIN

OUT

U5002
NC_D3011_2

L5005
8.2nH
C5019
2.0pF

GND

RF_Traces_FE

RXIN_FE_1

R5014
680

GND

RF2878
U5003

C5027
4.3pF

FL5002
76Z01

L5012
39nH

R5004
75

TP5021

C5021
15pF

1000pF
C5035

VDD

Q5002

C5011
68pF

R5026
10

R5007
10

R5018
47

C5040
3.6pF

C5026
1.6pF

L5018
220nH

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MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

9V3

9V3

R5209
330

C5208
0.1uF

R5208
430

R5207
1K

C5206

L5204
220nH
5%

C5202
6.8pF

C5209
0.1uF

C5210
330pF

R5206

ABA_A

IF_ABA

L5218

620

27pF

220nH
NU
C5211

R5205
TP5201

12K

U5201
67C12

R5220
0

R5218
0

330pF

R5222
0

C5205

L5201
1

4
IN

Q5201
PBR941

OUT

220nH
5%

C5203
11pF
5%

L5202
390nH 5%
NU

L5203
220nH
5%

C5204
12pF
5%

C5220
8.2pF
1.2%

C5219
1000pF
NU

15pF

IF_FE

If L5218 is used then change C5218 to 27pF

TP5202

R5204
3K

R5210
33

R5211
330
NU

L5219
220nH
2%

D5201
MMBV3401LT
NU
NC
C5212
1000pF

C5221
15pF
2%

R5221
330
NU

NU

9V3
C5213
1000pF
NU
R5219
2.7K
NU

R5212
1.8K
NU
NC

R5215
R5214
2.7K
NU

470

R5216
270

NU

NU

3V_AGC

D5202
MMBV3401LT
NU

C5215
.01uF
NU

TP5204

R5213
4.7K

R5217

NU
C5214
.01uF
NU

G
10K

Q5202
NU

NU
NU
C5216
.01uF
NU

Main Board 8466582A02_B / IF Section

AGC_2_IF

MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

8.1 - 13

R5185
22
C5184
.01uF

R5176
33K

R5183
100

R5189
0

R5188
0
NU

C5185
0.1uF

C5182
22pF

L5180
220nH

R5181
56K
C5183
22pF

D5180

C5103

C5189
2.2uF

.01uF

C5188
0.22uF

R5186
200K

R5187
270

C5168
4.7uF

C5134
.01uF

31
29
27

C5191
100pF
L5190
1uH

R5194
1.2K

0.1uF

U5105-1
R5133
10

NU

74VHC125

R5177
470

R5172

22

R5163

22

R5161

22

C5133
0.1uF

Main Board 8466582A02_B / ABACUS Section

SPIA_MISO

2V8

SPIA_CS4_ABA_ABA_1

SPIA_CS4_ABA

SPIA_MOSI

SPIA_MOSI_ABA_1

VCC

C5161
33pF
DIGITAL_3V3

SPIA_MISO_ABACUS_1

R5162
C5197
15pF

SSI_CLK

C5177
15pF

R5191
33K

C5193
100pF
NC

C5131
.01uF

R5198
0

C5192
150pF

SSI_CLK_ABA_1

C5160
1000pF

R5131
10

ANALOG_3V3

SSI_DOUTA

C5175
15pF

C5162
33pF

C5163
33pF

C5164
33pF

22

SPIA_CLK_ABA_1

SPIA_CLK
C5140
0.1uF

GND

U5104-2
PWR_GND

Q5190

DIGITAL_3V3

SSI_DOUTA_ABA_1

U5104-1
74VHC125

R5160
1K
C5137
.01uF

C5144
100pF

C5152
0.1uF

SSI_DOUTB

C5174
15pF

R5155
10

R5146
100

C5136
0.1uF

SSI_DOUTB_ABA_1

R5154
10

R5144
2.2K

SSI_FSYNC

VCC

C5141
0.1uF

GND
3

R5145
120

G
C5173
15pF

R5153
10

25

R5171
3.3K

NU
C5146
100pF

SSI_FSYNC_ABA_1

28
26

SSI_SYNCB

C5171
15pF

R5150
10

30

R5140
22

C5145
10uF

5V_FN

SSI_SYNCB_ABA_1

32

R5149
100K

R5199
0
C5195
0.1uF

R5178
10

33

OE

R5195
22
R5193
100

0.1uF
R5157
47K

34

PE

35

OE

GNDP

PD

PC

VDDD

C5138
0.1uF

C5132

C5148
0.1uF
NU

C5150
.01uF

REF16_8_OSC

DIGITAL_3V3

R5158
270

36

2V8

R5196
200K

REF16_8_OSC_ABA_1

C5158
1000pF

24

GNDD

22

VREFN

C5122

37

38

IOUTL

VDDP

39

C5156
LO_SY+3V

LO_CP+5V_FN

40

VDDL

CXVM

.01uF
43

42 C5157

LOP

LON

0.1uF
CXVL

CXIF

GNDI

IFIN

VDDH

GNDA
VREFP

23

12

GNDS1

11

R5863
0

CLKOUT

CLKN

C5142
100pF

VDDA

CLKP

C5135
0.1uF

FS
DOUTA

13

C5147
0.1uF

FREF

DOUTB

20

10

GNDL

GCN

21

5V_FN

C5172

U5101
AD9874

GCP

C5124
.01uF

C5139
0.1uF

GNDH

VDDF

NU

5V_FN

IF2P

GNDC

R5134
10

C5123
.01uF
NU

1000pF

SYNCB

19

7
C5130
0.1uF

C5190
100pF

R5148
68
C5169
1uF

R5151
10

GNDS2

GNDQ

ANALOG_3V3

D5190

5V_FN

NU
C5121

R5168
47K
NU

R5164
1K
NU

C5151
.01uF

GNDF

VDDC

NU

1000pF

IF2N

VDDQ

C5179
100pF

MXON

IOUTC

R5132
10

MXOP

VDDI

48
C5176
180pF

RREF

1
C5178
100pF

47

NU

45

C5154

C5120
330pF

16

NU

15

C5113
430pF
NU

44 C5155

0.1uF

L5174
10.0uH

C5112
430pF

Q5151
NU

ANALOG_3V3

46

C5129
.01uF

R5166
10
C5128
0.1uF

14

R5170
10

C5111
0.1uF

C5159

R5190
20K

R5169
22

R5165
47K

R5152
10

41

R5106
47

0.1uF

1000pF
C5186

LNA+3V

.01uF

R5192
6.8K

VIN
ON_OFF*

5V_FN_ABA_1

C5127
330pF

R5122
470

18

L5126
470nH

17

C5125
8.2pF

L5175
10.0uH

C5194
.01uF

NC

D5121

ANALOG_3V3

C5199
2.2uF

VOUT

C5153

R5121
2.2K

R5125
560

R5101
12K

R5197
270

9V3

C5166
1uF

C5126
15pF

R5100

C5198
0.22uF

G
R5147
68

GND

0.1uF

NU

R5159
0

IF_ABA

NC

Q5101

51

C5187
10pF

R5103
10K

G
C5101
330pF

9V3_ABA_1

U5103
LP2980

R5102
27K
ABA_A

VIN
ON_OFF*

NU

DIGITAL_3V3

C5102
330pF
NU

VOUT
NC

C5167
4.7uF

R5167
10K

R5182
0

R5104
820

NC

R5179
270

GND

R5180
3.3K

0.1uF

ANALOG_3V3
R5184
1.2K

C5104
R5105
22

9V3
U5102
LP2980

C5181
15pF

C5180
68pF

ANALOG_3V3

9V3

5V_FN

Q5180

U5105-2
PWR_GND

8.1 - 14

MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

TX_VCO
NET

RX_VCO
NET

FRACN
NET

Main Board 8466582A02_B / FGU overview

MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

RXH

8.1 - 15

R1

Q5602
C5605
0.10uF

R2

Q5671
MMBT3904

C5615
0.10uF

1.8K

C5614
0.10uF

C5601
68pF

C5672
10uF

R5603
VCOBIAS_RX

R5671
470

R5601

C5671
10uF
16V

1MEG

VCOBIAS_TX

C5630
68pF

16V

G
NU

C5643
68pF

C5624
0.10uF

R5602

G
R5607
33

1MEG
NU

C5644
68pF

R5604
2K
R5609
220

C5622
68pF

L5606
220nH

C5621
0.10uF
R5623

C5607
3.9pF
C5623
15pF

L5623
27nH

R5621
12K

C5629
0.10uF

R5624
150

NU
C5625

C5606
3.6pF

NU

R5625
Q5601
NE68519

C5684
1.5pF

C5641
1pF
NU

R5622
2.7K

NU

C5631

NU

68pF

33
R5631
150

1K

1K
R5654

22
R5655

1K

R5669

Q5681
MMBT3904

C5633

R5636

R5670

1K

D5604
1SV229

C5682
10uF
16V

C5627
2.4pF

L5627
27nH

R5605

R5608
270

68pF
R5632
22K

C5635
9.1pF

R5637
330
NU

C5683
330pF

C5686
68pF

1.5pF

Q5631
NE68519
C5685
1.5pF
NU

R5681
470

C5646
68pF

C5634
68pF

C5681
10uF
16V
Q5605

Q5604
9V3_VCO_1

U5702
BICMO885
15

C5652
0.10uF

R5630
1MEG
NU

NC

5
10
11

R5653
NC
0

NC
C5654
1000pF

R5652
100

14
1

CLK_A1

IDOWN

CEX_A0

IUP

RTESTCLK

TESTOUT

DATA_RTB
CPBIAS

NC

FREQA
FREQB

C5653
.022uF

12

R5628

R5629

CPGND

Q5653-2

GND1

IMXFT110

GND2

Q5653-1

17

68pF

SPIEN

L5607
8.2nH

3V3_FN

G
G

SPIA_CLK

SPIA_MOSI

ESC_REF

K9V1

16V

RTESTOUT

C5655
3.3pF

G
R5634
10

C5651
10uF

VDD

C5645
68pF

C5609

9V3

ESC_CPB

C5632

from Controller

9V3_ESC_1

to JAVELIN

C5602

C5613
2.0pF

L5604
220nH
5%

C5626
5.6pF

Q5621
NE68519

33pF

NU

TX_LO

1pF

C5612
4.7pF

L5605
220nH

D5603
1SV229

TX_LO_ESC_1

3.3pF

1225MHz

D5601
1SV229

RESONATOR
W5601

D5602
1SV229

C5604
2.0pF

TXH

C5640
68pF

L5628
15nH

C5611

8.2pF
L5603
18nH
5%

G
620

L5601
220nH
5%

C5603

TX_H_ESC_1

SPIA_CLK_ESC_1

SPIA_CS3_ESC_ESC_1

7
R5651
15K

2
13

SPIA_MOSI_ESC_1

SPIA_CS3_ESC

16
9
3

R5672
20K

Main Board 8466582A02_B / TX-VCO Section

C5742
0.10uF

R5668
100K

K9V1_ESC_2

K9V1

K9V1_ESC_1

MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

10K

8.1 - 16

9V3

RXH

47K

4.7K

47K

R5711
820

C5750
68pF

C5751
68pF

NC_Q5711_5

Q5711

3V3_FN_RXVCO_1

G
C5712
68pF

C5711
68pF

C5717
68pF
R5715
0

3V3_FN

VSF

C5752
68pF

VSF

to Controller

R5731
33
C5732
68pF

C5733
0.10uF

R5714
100

C5714
68pF

C5713
0.10uF
R5712
10

R5713
1.2K

R5702
10K

NU

8
R5704
270

3.6pF

12
7
NC_5701_7

C5706
4.7pF

C5708
9.1pF

NU

NU

PRESC_OUT

RX_BASE
RX_EMITTER

TX_SWITCH

TX_BASE
TX_EMITTER
FLIP_IN
TRB_IN

C5730
33pF

C5740
12pF

1
2

D5732
C5738
8.2pF

3
4
5

R5734

6
16
NC_5701_16

33

15

C5737
4.7pF

NU

68pF

C5754
4700pF

C5739
68pF

D5734

L5735
220nH

19

C5741
2.0pF
L5722
220nH

R5733
270

C5725
0.10uF
NU

R5726
220
R5707
5.1K

R5710
100

NU

NU

C5709
7.5pF

C5705
7.5pF

G
R5728

VSF
C5743
2.2uF

R5727
2K

U5704
0.10uF

1MEG

C5753
68pF

NU

G
L5721
6.8nH

R5725
1.8K

R5721
1K
C5721
2.0pF

NU

AGC_0_FE_RXVCO_2
AGC_0_FE

AGC_1_FE

AGC_0_FE_RXVCO_1

AGC_0_FE

from Controller

AGC_1_FE

from Controller

AGC_2_IF

from Controller

NU

TXH

G
R5732
100

G
C5707

PRESC

D5733
L5733
18nH

STEER
L5734
220nH

NC_5701_16

20

L5703
8.2nH

ESC_REF

COLL_RFIN

RX_SWITCH

TP5702
R5709

14

U5701
50U56

17

L5704
12nH

13
NC_5701_13

TX_IADJ
RX_IADJ
SUPER_FLTR

GND_LOGIC

R5703
2.7K

TX_OUT
RX_OUT

W5701

C5702
47pF Q5701
NE68519
C5701
6.8pF
NU

C5735
8.2pF

C5734
5.6pF

RESONATOR
1225MHz

10

C5704
RXINJ_RXVCO_1

VCC_LOGIC

GND_BUFFERS

RXINJ

D5731
NU

Q5712

VCC_BUFFERS

18

L5712
390nH

GND_FLAG

L5711
33nH

TP5701

C5736
4.3pF

NU

C5715
0.10uF

11

R5705
75

220nH
L5731

C5731
0.10uF

C5716
68pF
L5702
12nH

G
AGC_2_IF

R5722
1.5K
C5760
68pF

R5723
10K

AGC_1_FE_RXVCO_2

AGC_1_FE_RXVCO_1

AGC_2_IF_RXVCO_2

AGC_2_IF_RXVCO_1

C5722
0.10uF
NU

SH5701
SHIELD

Main Board 8466582A02_B / RX-VCO Section

SH5702
SHIELD

VCOBIAS_RX

VCTRL

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R5321
100

3V
3V_AGC

U5321
LP2980
5

C5307
10uF

C5308
68pF

R5324
100

U5322
ADP3300

R5311
0

(to ESCORT)
5V_FN

VIN
ON_OFF*

C5306
0.10uF

NC

GND

NC

VOUT

ERR

NC_U5322_6

C5312
.01uF

K3

A3

K2

A2

K1

A1

6
R5370
330K

K3

A3

K2

A2

K1

A1

R5336
15K

D5331

5
6

.015uF
C5336

Q5331
R5314
33K

NU
NU

C5367
0.1uF

R2
NC_D3221_2

C5316
10uF
C5319
0.10uF

C5317
22pF

46
4
45

STEER
R5304
1K
R5363
680

R5301
390

RXH

Q5301

C5303
47000pF

STEER

43

R5331
47K
NC_U5331_38

L5363
12uH

NU

38
NC_U5331_37

R5333
100K

C5334
0.10uF

R5332
47K
NU

37

NU

3
2
1

48
NC_U5331_11

C5346
470pF
R5366
430

R5365
430

11
NC_U5331_12

12

R5364
0

14
15
NC_U5331_41

41

REF16_8_FN

REF16_8_OSC

NC_U5331_24

24
23

NC2

33

NC1

ADAPTSW
CCOMP

IADAPT

REFSEL

IOUT
PREIN
TEST2

SFBASE

TEST1

SFCAP

U5331

AUX4

BIAS2

AUX3

BIAS1

AUX2
VBPASS

AUX1
AT25016

PVREF

VMULT4
VMULT3

SFIN

VMULT2

DATA

VMULT1

MODIN
CEX

MODOUT
FREFOUT

CLK

XTAL2
XTAL1

NC_U5331_29

29

C5337
0.75pF
NU
NU

NC_U5331_17

17

C5347
10pF

NC_U3201_42

42

L5362
12nH

NC_U3201_18

C5338
68pF

18

32
26
C5339
4.7uF

NC_U5331_39

39

40

C5343

R5338
47K

NC_U5331_21

21

10uF

NC_U5331_35

35

10
9
8

SSI_FSYNC_FN_1

SSI_DOUTA

C5340
33pF

SSI_CLK

SPIA_CS4_ABA

TP5331

SSI_DOUTB_FN_1

SSI_CLK_FN_1

SPIA_CS4_ABA_FN_1

C5353

C5341
33pF

C5342
33pF

SSI_DOUTA

SSI_DOUTA_FN_2

SSI_DOUTB

SSI_CLK

SPIA_CS4_ABA

3V

C5361
56pF

0.10uF

R5351
1K

R5355
100

R5352
47K

L5361
2.2uH

0.10uF

C5351

G
SSI_DOUTA_FN_1

SSI_FSYNC

SSI_FSYNC_FN_2

SSI_DOUTB

C5363
0.10uF

C5362
0.10uF
R5358

SSI_DOUTB_FN_2

16.80MHz

VCC

GND

Q5351

SSI_CLK_FN_2

C5352

R5354

1000pF

4.7K

SPIA_CS1_FN_PCIC

SPIA_CLK

SPIA_CLK_FN_1

3V

SSI_SYNCB_FN_2

SPIA_MOSI

SPIA_CS1_FN_1

SSI_SYNCB_FN_1

G
NC_U5331_10

VCON

68pF

SPIA_CS4_ABA_FN_2
R5353
100

Main Board 8466582A02_B / Controller Power Supply Section

C5366
0.10uF

OUT

SSI_FSYNC

1000pF

VSF

C5345

30

REF16_8_OSC_FN_2

SSI_SYNCB

C5344

SPIA_MOSI_FN_2

SPIA_MOSI_FN_1

R5361
47K

PRESC

NC_U5331_27

27

VCOBIAS_TX

C5365
47pF

NC_U5331_31

31

3V

SSI_SYNCB

ADAPT_SW

DGND

NC3

LOCK

47

REF16_8_FN_FN_1

REF16_8_OSC_FN_1

19

R5334
C5335 100
56pF
NU

SFOUT

PRE_VDD

28
R5362
4.7K

INDMULT

PD_VDD

STEER

WARP

16

22

44
25
NC_U5331_16

34

C5305
5600pF

20

R5303
2.2K

PD_GND

C5301
5600pF

PRE_GND

DVDD

TXH

AGND

C5333
68pF

330

AVDD

STEER R5302

Q5352

C5332
0.10uF
NU

R5316
150

VCP

36

R5315
150

VRO

13

VCTRL

ESC_CPB

NC_D5302_6

LOCK_FN_FN_1

LOCK_FN

R5371
2.2K

R5313
22

D5302

VCOBIAS_RX

Q5332

C5331
0.10uF
NU
R1

3
2
1

G
3V

R5312
100
C5318
2.2uF

NC_D5302_1

TP5302

R5335
100K

C5313
.01uF

C5315
.01uF

R5323
100
C5324
10uF

C5323
68pF

D5301

C5314
.01uF

3
5

5V

L5301
2.2uH

3
2
1

IN

NR

C5322
0.10uF

C5321
4.7uF
C5311
.01uF

SD

OUT

5V_FN_FN_1

(SOURCE)

R5322
100

3V3_FN

GND

3V_AGC

Y5362

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413A
PASUPVLTG_CNTLR_1
J0301-1

PASUPVLTG

EXT_SWB+

VSTBY

URTC

3V_TX

5V_TX

U0302

J0301-2
TP0303

LM2941
VIN

VOUT

ON_OFF

C0305
10uF
NU

E0300
57R01

GND2

GND1

ADJ

5
1
R0311
R0303
47K
C0310
22uF

NC
VR0301
10V

NC

VOUT

ON_OFF

F0302
32V 3A

ADJ

OUTPUT
ERROR

SENSE
BYPASS

NC

5
7

R0330
22K
NU

1%

C0308
33uF

C0345
.01uF

C0311
0.1uF

R0328
0
NU

C0300
470pF

INPUT

OUTPUT

FEEDBACK

ERROR

SHUTDOWN

SENSE
VTAP

R0324

C0330
0.1uF
NU

3V_REFOSC_CNTLR_1

R0327

C0337
470pF

U1105

IN

OUT

FEEDBACK

1%

C0309
33uF

C0316
10uF

C0318
0.1uF

0
R0321

ON_OFF*
VIN

SENSE

VOUT

9V3_TX

1V8

1V8

C0343
4.7uF

C1133
.01uF

G
3V_DIG_CNTLR_1

NU

NU

R0343

C0331
47uF

R2

FLT_A+

C0334
.01uF

C0338
470pF

RESET_OUT

INPUT
NC1

NC2

LV_DETECT

PA_DIS

R1
Q0341

C0340
0.1uF
NU

R1

3V_DIG

R0344
47K

100K

R0342

GND

NC

Q0304

2
R1
R0322 47K

1%

G
47K

NCP301
Q0342

R0308
1.21K

MOD

NU

R0320
47K

U0308

R0301
75K

3V_REFOSC

LP2985

BYPASS

5V_TAP

C0315
33uF

C0312
0.1uF

ERROR

SHUTDOWN

R0307
7.5K

1
C0336
470pF

OUTPUT

GND

ADJ

INPUT

GND2

ON_OFF

R0302
8.2K

C0304
470pF

VOUT

VIN

NU

0
NU

GND

LM2941

GND1

PART_NO6062884G01
LI_CELL
CELL_CONTACTS

Q0344

U0305
LP2951ACD30R2

M0302
NU

R0323 0

9V3_TX_CNTLR_1

1%

U0303
MC78M05BT

M0301
NU

5V_TX_CNTLR_1

5
2

C0328
47uF

U0301

R0349
100

R0306
1.21K

NU

LI_CELL

NU

GND

C0314
470pF

R0332
51.1K
NU

NU

TP0301

U0304
LP2951CD
8

R0331
43K
NU

1
R0305
7.5K

3V_TX_CNTLR_1

L0301 390nH

NC

GND

PCB FUSE

LM2941
VIN

GND2

INPUT
SHUTDOWN

VR0325
5.1V

NC

C0346 C0335 C0324 C0347 C0348


47pF 470pF 10uF 4.7uF 4.7uF
NU

IF_FUSE2_B

PCB FUSE

GND1

IF_FUSE2_A

IF_FUSE1_B

U0300

3 GND1
9 GND2

FLT_A+

R0325
4.7K

C0325
2.2uF

IF_FUSE1_A

D0325

NU

C0306
10uF

C0322
47uF

R0304
4.7K

U0307
LP2989

AUDIO_A+

C0320
470pF
NU

D0304

NU

1.5K
NC

F0301
24V 3A

F0303
24V 3A

C0313
0.1uF

TP0302

C0301
470pF

VR0300
24V

J0301-3

R0341
4.7K

R2

C0341
0.1uF

Q0303
R0402
4.7K

C0326
.022uF

R2
R0314
1K

R0400
47K

G
FLT_A+

C0342
0.1uF

NC

3V3_FN_CNTLR_1

FLT_A+
Q0306

3V3_FN

Q0305

U0306
LP2951CD

C0303
0.1uF

from VCO

NU

D0303

7
3

RTC_ON_SW

OUTPUT

FEEDBACK

ERROR

SHUTDOWN

SENSE
VTAP

R0318
47.5K

C0323
10uF

R0350
0
NU

PA_DIS_CNTLR_1

R0347
0
NU

Q0343

R0348
0

R0345
10K

5
2
6

NC

C0344
0.1uF

NC
C0329
10uF

D0300

C0332
0.1uF
NU

Q0302
R0300
1K

R0309
10K

PAT_RST

R0346
47K

10K

INPUT

10K

NC

C0321
0.1uF

10K

D0306

NU

MOD

C0317
470pF

10K

R0401
47K

C0333
0.1uF

12.1K

GND

EMERGENCY

R0319

Q0301

1V55

5VD

3V3_DIG

9V3

INT_SWB+

BATTERY_VOLTAGE

9V3_CNTLR_1

ON_OFF_CONTROL_SV

G
D0301

IGNITION

R0310
47K

R0312
47.5K

R0326
0

NC

SOFT_TURN_OFF

C0302
33uF

VR0302
5.6V
NU

C0307
.01uF

D0305

R0313
12.1K
C0319
0.1uF

3V_DIG

C0339
470pF

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TP0402

R0416 1.5K

R0411 22

GM300

PCB
D0404

R0427
0

R0412 22

C0402
0.1uF

TP0401

C0418
33pF

C0419
33pF

20

10

12

14

16

18

19

11

13

15

17

REAR VIEW

USB+
USBSPKREXT_MIC
EXT_PTT
EXT_ALARM
TX_AUDIO

J0400-20

G
G
G
G
G

J0400-2
J0400-19
J0400-3
J0400-18
J0400-4
J0400-17

R0406
10K

C0401
0.1uF

5VD
KEYFAIL

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

J0400-1

VR0406
33V

G
VR0401
20V

R0403
10K

TP0403

J0400-6

TP0406

R0405
1.2K

J0400-5
J0400-16

NC

C0404
36pF

C0405
36pF

C0406
36pF

C0407
36pF

J0400-15

C0408
36pF

J0400-7
J0400-14

IGNITION
RX_AUDIO
PA_ENABLE

J0400-8

R0413 10K

G
G
G
G

C0409

2.2uF

J0400-13

R0409 560

J0400-9
J0400-12
J0400-10

R0404
4.7K

J0400
ACCESSORY
20-PIN CONNECTOR

NC

VR0402
20V

R0410
100K

TP0405

C0411
36pF

C0410
36pF

C0412
36pF

C0413
36pF

C0414
36pF

J0550
CONTROL HEAD
12-PIN CONNECTOR
SCI_TX
SPEAKER+
SPEAKERGROUND
EXT_PTT
5VD
HANDSET_AUDIO
BUS+
INT_MIC
FLT_A+
ON_OFF_CONTROL_SV
GND

C0556
36pF

C0555
36pF

C0553
36pF

C0552
36pF

C0551
36pF

C0550
33pF

SPKR+
RS232_CTS

G
G
G

J0550-2
J0550-3
R0555 470

J0550-4

NC
K4

Q0600

100

R0418

100

VR0405

R0604

10K

47K

VR0403
20V

C0416
36pF

C0417
36pF

C0420
36pF

C0460
10.0uF

C0421
36pF

PAT_RST
KEYFAIL

9V3
3V3_DIG

USB_TX1

C0608
180pF

3V_DIG

USB_RX1

SIM_DATA_GP
SPI_CS

G
SIM_CLOCK_GP

C0601

C0603

C0604

C0605

C0606

C0607

33pF

33pF

33pF

33pF

33pF

33pF

SIM_SENSE_GP

33pF
C0609

J0600
GPS 24-PIN CONNECTOR

RS232_RX
RS232_TX

30
29

G
G

R0424

R0423

NU
0

SIM_RESET_GP

NU

RS232_RTS

GPS_TX
SPICS9
GPS_RESET
SPIB_CLK

G
G
G
G
G

R0600 0
NU

R0601 0

J0600-1

OPT_SEL

SIM_PWR_GP

J0600-2

ONE_PPS

OPT_ID

NC

J0600-3

NC

J0600-4

GPS_INT

SAP_STD

J0600-5

GPS_RX

SAP_SRD

J0600-6

GPS_TX

J0600-7

SPICS9

J0600-8

GPS_RESET

J0600-9

12V_SWD

SAP_FSYNC
ENC_RESET

J0600-10 SPIB_CLK
J0600-11

12V_SWD

GPS_32KHZ

J0600-12 GPS_32KHZ

SIM_CLOCK_GP

J0600-14 SIM_CLOCK_GP

SAP_CLK
LI_CELL

J0600-13
J0600-15

SIM_DATA_GP
3V_DIG
SPIB_MOSI

G
G

SPIB_CS0_UART
SIM_SENSE_GP
SIM_RESET_GP
SIM_PWR_GP

SPIB_MOSI
WAKEUP_UCM_DETECT
SPIB_MISO

J0600-16 SIM_DATA_GP

R0602 0

J0600-17 3V_DIG

SPIB_CS1_UART
EXP_REQ

J0600-18 SPIB_MOSI
R0603 0

SPIB_MISO

J0600-19

G
G
G
G
G

J0600-20 SPIB_MISO
J0600-21 SPIB_CS0_UART
J0600-22 SIM_SENSE_GP
VSTBY

J0600-23 SIM_RESET_GP
J0600-24 SIM_PWR_GP
J0600-25 GROUND
J0600-26 GROUND
J0600-27 GROUND
C0610
33pF

C0611
33pF

C0612
33pF

C0613
33pF

C0614
33pF

C0615
33pF

C0616
33pF

C0617
33pF

J0450
INTERNAL OPTION BOARD
40-PIN CONNECTOR

R0428
10K

5.6V

A1

GPS_RX

NU

J0570-1

J0570-18

NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU
NU

J0570-19

NU

J0570-2
J0570-3
J0570-4

J0550-5
J0550-6

R0557

J0550-7

G
G
G

10

J0550-8

R0559

J0550-9

10

J0550-10

J0550-11
J0550-12

R0562
0

J0550-13

6
7
8
9
10
11
12

5VD

J0570-5

HANDSET_AUDIO

J0570-6

BUS+

J0570-7

INT_MIC

J0570-8

FLT_A+

J0570-9

ON_OFF_CONTROL_SV

J0570-10
J0570-11
J0570-12

J0550-14

J0570-13
J0570-14
C0557
36pF

C0558
36pF

C0559
36pF

C0560
36pF

J0570-15

C0561
36pF

J0570-16
J0570-17

Q0401

G
G
G

5VD

FLT_A+

FLT_A+

5VD

9V3

3V3_DIG

3V3_DIG

3V_DIG

3V_DIG

9V3

SIM_PWR_GP
RS232_RTS
USB_RX1

G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G

SIM_RESET_GP
3V_DIG
SIM_SENSE_GP
SIM_CLOCK_GP
EXP_REQ
SIM_DATA_GP
SPIB_CLK
SPIB_MOSI

R5861 0
R5862 0
NU

R0571
47K
NU

3V_DIG

SPIB_MISO

USB_TX1

NU

FLT_A+

OPT_ID

3V3_DIG
GND
3V3_DIG

SPI_CS_ADC

SPICS9

SPI_CS

DIS_EXPH

3V_DIG

C0415
36pF

A2

R0605

GPS_INT

J0570-20

1 SCI_TX
2 SPKR+
3 SPKR4 GROUND

100

R0417

G
G
NC

RS232_RTS

R0415

K1

RS232_DTR

G
G
G
G

K2

HOOK

K3

EXT_SWB+

J0570
RS232 INTERFACE BOARD
18-PIN CONNECTOR

C0554
33pF

J0550-1

TP0125

J0400-11

VR0407
33V

TP0404
1

EMERGENCY

SCI_RXD
SCI_TXD
EXTERNAL SPEAKEREXTERNAL MIC AUDIO
EXTERNAL PTT
EXTERNAL ALARM
TX_AUDIO
KEYFAIL / FLASH
ANALOG GROUND
DIGITAL GROUND
EMERGENCY
IGNITION
RX_AUDIO
AUDIO_PA_ENABLE
SWB+
HOOK
SCI_DTR
SPEAKER+
SCI_CTS
SCI_RTS

WARIS

10K

G
G

10K

RS232_TX
RS232_RX

10K

10K

VPU

8.1 - 19

C0618
33pF

C0619
33pF

J0600-28 GROUND

M0401

M0402

SPIB_CLK

40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31

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

G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
NC

G
G
G
NC

G
R0421

G
G
G
G

NC
0
NU

R0420

0
NU

NC

G
G

J0500
EXPANSION BOARD
40-PIN CONNECTOR
GROUND

J0500-1

J0450-41

MUX_CTRL

J0500-2

J0450-40

SPIB_CLK

J0500-3

J0450-39

MUX_CTRL_1

J0500-4

J0450-38

A+

J0500-5

J0450-37

RESET_OUT

J0500-6

J0450-36

BUSY_OUT

J0500-7

J0450-35

BUSY_IN

J0500-8

J0500-9

J0450-34

3V3_DIG

J0450-33

EXP_REQ

J0500-10 10

J0450-32

SPIB_CS1_UART

J0500-11 11

J0450-31

SPIB_CS_BT

J0500-12 12

J0450-30

SPIB_MISO

J0500-13 13

J0450-29

NC

J0500-14 14

J0450-28

SPIB_MOSI

J0500-15 15

J0450-27

NC

J0500-16 16

J0450-26

SAP_CLK

J0500-17 17

J0450-25

GROUND

J0500-18 18

J0450-24

INT_MIC

J0500-19 19

J0450-23

MIC

J0500-20 20

J0450-22

EXPANSION_PTT

J0500-21 21

J0450-21

BLUE_T_FSYNC

J0500-22 22

J0450-20

SAP_SRD

J0500-23 23

J0450-19

SAP_STD

J0500-24 24

J0450-18

SAP_FSYNC

J0500-25 25

J0450-17

SP_AUDIO

J0500-26 26

J0450-16

IGNITION

J0500-27 27

J0450-15

EXT_MUTE

J0500-28 28

J0450-14

RS232_DCD

J0500-29 29

J0450-13

RS232_TX

J0500-30 30

J0450-12

RS232_DSR

J0500-31 31

J0450-11

RS232_RTS

J0500-32 32

J0450-10

RS232_DTR

J0500-33 33

NC

J0450-9

RS232_CTS

J0500-34 34

NC

J0450-8

RS232_RX

J0500-35 35

NC

J0450-7

RS232_RI

J0500-36 36

NC

J0450-6

OPTION_DET

J0500-37 37

J0450-5

9V3

J0500-38 38

J0450-4

NC

J0500-39 39

J0450-3

HANDSET_AUDIO

J0500-40 40

G
NC

G
NC

C0520
68pF

C0515
68pF

C0517
68pF

C0519
68pF

C0513
68pF

C0512
68pF

C0511
68pF

C0510
68pF

C0509
68pF

C0508
68pF

C0507
68pF

C0506
68pF

C0505
68pF

C0504
68pF

C0503
68pF

C0502
68pF

R0505
22

G
G
G
G
NC

G
NC

R0527 4.7K

J0450-1

J0500-41 41
J0500-42 42
C0540
68pF

C0539
68pF
NU

Main Board 8466582A02_B / Controller Section

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

J0450-2
J0450-42

G
G
G
G
G
G
G

C0538
68pF

C0537
68pF

C0536
68pF

C0535
68pF

C0534
68pF

C0533
68pF

C0532
68pF

C0531
68pF

C0530
68pF

C0529
68pF

C0528
68pF

C0527
68pF

C0526
68pF

C0525
68pF

C0524
68pF

C0523
68pF

C0522
68pF

C0521
68pF

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40

GROUND

MUX_CTRL
SPIB_CLK
MUX_CTRL_1
FLT_A+
RESET_OUT
BUSY_OUT
BUSY_IN

3V3_DIG
EXP_REQ
SPIB_CS1_UART
SPICS9
SPIB_MISO
NC

SPIB_MOSI
NC

SAP_CLK
GROUND

INT_MIC
MIC
EXPANSION_PTT
BLUE_T_FSYNC
SAP_SRD
SAP_STD
SAP_FSYNC
SP_AUDIO
IGNITION
EXT_MUTE
RS232_DCD
EXPH_TX
RS232_DSR
EXPH_RTS
RS232_DTR
RS232_CTS
EXPH_RX
EXPH_RI
EXPH_ID
9V3
NC

HANDSET_AUDIO

8.1 - 20

MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

SPIB(1:8)
LT(0:10)
HDI_B(1:100)

SSI_DOUTA_CNTLR_1

R0105 10

SSI_DOUTA

SSI_DOUTB

3V_DIG
SSI_DOUTB_CNTLR_1

CONTROLLER

LT(0)

NU
NU

RTC_ON_SW
R0134
1.5K

LT(2)

R1

C0142
47pF

GP6_OUT_ACC12

RTC_ALARM
BUSY_IN
USB_VMOUT
USB_TXENB

RTC_ALARM
BUSY_IN
USB_VMOUT
USB_TXENB

G
G
G

MIC_EN3

SOFT_TURN_OFF

G
G

USB_VPIN

ATTN_EN

G
G
G

DIS_EXPH

MOD

ADC_SARS
3V_DIG
1V8
1V55

G
G
G
G

ADC_SARS
3V_DIG
1V8
1V55

RS232_DTR

47K
NU
NU

HDI_B(1)

NC4

HDI_B(2)

C0110
3.3pF

MUX_CTRL_1

R0118
15K

EXPH_ID_INV
WAKEUP_UCM_DETECT

33pF

33pF

C0147

82pF

NU
NU

C0146

33pF

33pF

NU

C0140

C0139

NU

1
3
4

SCI_TX

BUS+

GP4_IN_ACC9
GP5_IN_ACC10

GP6_IN_ACC12

MIC_EN2

U0102-1
06A02

3V_DIG

3V_DIG

5VD

R0122
10K
NU

R0115
75K

MIC_EN2

R0130
0

R0106
47K

PWM_ADC_IN

HDI_A(1)

RESET_ABACUS
RESET_JAV_ADDAG

HDI_A(3)

TEMP_SENSE_CNTLR_1

NU
NU

U0103-1 4
06A02
5
SEL
GND

HDI_A(2)

B0
B1

HDI_A(3)

3
1
U0104
NC7SB3157

C0136
15pF

C0148
15pF

NU
NU

R0128
1.5K

Main Board 8466582A02_B / Controller Section

RESET_OUT

RESET_ODCT_ADDAG_CNTLR_1

C0133
470pF
R0125
1.5K

SSI_SYNCB

HDI_A(1:100)

HDI_A(1)

VCC
6

TP0128

BATTERY_VOLTAGE

SSI_SYNCB_CNTLR_1

.022uF

5VD

TEMP_SENSE

3V_DIG

3
HDI_A(2)

RESET_OUT

TP0127

ADDAG_CLK

R0113
10K

HDW-ID

SSI_FSYNC

U0102-2
06A02

C0113

5VD

NU

NU

470pF

D0102

5VD

NU

NU

NC

C0137

470pF

3V_DIG

R0101

G
G

R0120
4.7K

C0135

4.7K

ADDAG_FS
ADDAG_STD

SSI_FSYNC_CNTLR_1
HDI_B(4)

470pF

R0119
10K
6

BUSY_OUT

USB_RS232

C0134

R0117
30K

MUTE

LOCK_FN

ADDAG_STD_CNTLR_1
HDI_B(3)

C0132

G
G

470pF

MUTE
USB_RS232

G
ADDAG_FS_CNTLR_1

ANT_EN

ADDAG_CLK_CNTLR_1

R0136
47K

RI_SUSP

ADDAG_TXE

LOCK_FN_CNTLR_1

HDI_B(5)

RS232_DSR
RS232_DCD

PWM_ADC_REF
PWM_ADC_SEL
GP6_IN_ACC12

GROUND

X2

Y0101
CC4V
32.768KHz

DIS_EXPH

X1

NC3

ESBEP_TX
ESBEP_RX
MUX_CTRL_1
BUSY_OUT

EXPH_ID_INV
WAKEUP_UCM_DETECT
GP4_IN_ACC9
GP5_IN_ACC10

GP2_OUT_ACC4
MOD
LV_DETECT
ATTN_EN

GP2_OUT_ACC4
LV_DETECT

R0135

MIC_EN3
SOFT_TURN_OFF
USB_VPIN

REALTIME CLOCK

NC2

470pF

USB_INT

G
G
G

RS232_CTS

SPIB_MOSI

C0131

EXP_REQ

NC1

5VD

3V_DIG

RTS_XRXD

G
G
G
G

RS232_DTR
RS232_DSR
RS232_DCD
RI_SUSP
MUX_CTRL

GP1_IN_ACC3
EXP_REQ
ON_OFF_CONTROL
USB_INT

GP1_IN_ACC3
ON_OFF_CONTROL

TXD_VPOUT

15

OSC_32KHZ
DS1306

470pF

SPIB_CLK

RXD_VMIN

19

SDI

SPIB_CS2_RTC

C0130

SPIB_MOSI

G
G
G
G

RXD_VMIN
TXD_VPOUT
RTS_XRXD
RS232_CTS

AGC_2_IF

ANT_EN_CNTLR_1
LT(5)

470pF

SPIB_MISO

NC

6
13

SERMODE

SPIB_CLK

C0129

SPICS9

NC

SDO
OSC_1HZ

11

G
G

470pF

SPI_CS_ADC

NC

CE

12

C0128

SPIB_CS2_RTC

NC

CKIH
CKIL

9
18

INT1

14

82pF

SPIB_CS1_UART

AGC_1_FE

G
ADDAG_TXE_CNTLR_1

LT(4)

U0100 SCLK

C0127

SPIB_CS0_UART

INT0

82pF

SIM_DATA_GP

NC
GPS_32KHZ

8
16

NU

SPIB_MISO

REF_16_8_FN_CNTLR_1

C0125

SIM_RESET_GP

E2POT_INC
SIM_CLOCK_GP
SIM_SENSE_GP
SIM_RESET_GP
SIM_DATA_GP
SPIB_CS0_UART
SPIB_CS1_UART
SPIB_CS2_RTC
SPI_CS_ADC
SPICS9
SPIB_MISO
SPIB_MOSI
SPIB_CLK

NU
R0131 10

C0124

SIM_CLOCK_GP
SIM_SENSE_GP

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

AGC_0_FE

TP0120

470pF

E2POT_INC

REF16_8_FN

NU
NU

R0107 10

RTC_ALARM

R0132
560

Q0100

RTC_ON_SW_INV

LT(2)

0.1uF

R0133
33K

R2

SPIA_CS4_ABA

G
AGC_2_IF_CNTLR_1

C0121

MIC_EN1

Q0101

SPIA_CS3_ESC

G
AGC_1_FE_CNTLR_1

LT(1)

C0123

C0143
100uF

LT(5)

GP8_OUT_ACC14

D0101

82pF

E2POT_CS2

TP0129

GP8_OUT_ACC14
GP6_OUT_ACC12

C0141
0.1uF

5VD

R0102
4.7K

SPIA_CS2_ODCT

G
AGC_0_FE_CNTLR_1

LT(0)

LT(4)

SPIA_CS1_FN_PCIC

G
SPIA_CS4_ABA_CNTLR_1

SPIB(8)

NC

LT(1)

LOAD_DUMP
ANT_EN
AGC_0_FE
AGC_2_IF

E2POT_CS1
SIM_PWR_GP
GP8_IN_ACC14
E2POT_UD
E2POT_CS2
MIC_EN1

URTC

15pF

E2POT_UD

G
LI_CELL

3V_DIG

TOUT0
AGC_1_FE
ADDAG_TXE

SAP_SRD
SAP_STD
SAP_CLK
BLUE_T_FSYNC
E2_CS
SAP_FSYNC

G
G
G
G
G
G

E2POT_CS1
SIM_PWR_GP
GP8_IN_ACC14

SPIA_CS0_ADDAG

G
SPIA_CS3_ESC_CNTLR_1

SPIB(7)

C0120

SAP_FSYNC

SPIB(6)

36pF

E2_CS

SPIA_CLK

G
SPIA_CS2_ODCT_CNTLR_1

3V_DIG

C0115
33pF

C0116
33pF

C0119

BLUE_T_FSYNC

HDI_B(2)

82pF

SAP_CLK

SPIB(5)

C0118

SAP_STD

G
SPIA_CS1_FN_PCIC_CNTLR_1

SSI_CLK

SSI_DATA
SSI_CLOCK

ENC_RESET
EXPANSION_PTT

G
G
G
G
G
G

HDI_B(4)
HDI_B(5)

C0117

SAP_SRD

G
G

HDI_B(3)

20

ENC_RESET
EXPANSION_PTT

SSI_CLK_CNTLR_1

SPIB(8)

LOCK_FN
ADDAG_STD
SSI_FSYNC
ADDAG_CLK
ADDAG_FS

SPIB(7)

SPIA_MOSI

SPIA_CS0_ADDAG_CNTLR_1
SPIB(4)

VCC1

SPIB(6)

SPIA_MISO

G
SPIA_CLK_CNTLR_1

SPIA_CLK_CNTLR_2
SPIB(3)

10

SPIB(5)

NU
NU

NU
NU

R0111 10

HDI_B(1)

17

SPIB(4)

SPIA_MISO
SPIA_MOSI
SPIA_CLK
SPIA_CS0_ADDAG
SPIA_CS1_FN_PCIC
SPIA_CS2_JAV
SPIA_CS3_ESC
SPIA_CS4_ABA

VBAT

R0100 4.7K

R0108 47K

R0129 47K

SPIB(3)

G
SPIA_MOSI_CNTLR_1

SPIB(2)

VCC2

SPIB(2)

SPIA_MISO_CNTLR_1
SPIB(1)

C0111
15pF

VCCIF

SPIB(1)

C0114
15pF

R0127
47K
NU
NU

GND

3V_DIG

C0138
470pF

RESET_ODCT_ADDAG

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5VD
3V_DIG

3V_DIG

3V_DIG
R0156
100K

NU

D0150

3V_DIG

R0155
2.2K

R0174
10K

ADC_IN1

R0151
33K

HW_ID
NU

C0160
0.1uF

R0162

EXPH_ID

NU

R0157
33K

ADC_IN7

NU

R0173
2.2K

3V_DIG
47K

NU

GP4_IN_ACC9

EXPH_ID

R1
Q0158

ADC_IN4

NU

3V_DIG
C0162
0.1uF

3V_DIG

EMERGENCY

IGNITION

R2

NU

R0152
33K

NU

C0161
0.1uF

NU

R0175
10K

R0163

PA_ENABLE

3V_DIG

GP6_IN_ACC12

47K
EXPH_ID_INV

Q0150

R0150

R0182
100K

GP5_IN_ACC10

R1

3V_DIG

Q0160
47K

R2

Q0164
3V_DIG

GP6_OUT_ACC12
R0176

5VD

47K
3V_DIG

GP2_IN_ACC4

R1

Q0161

Q0163
R0177
22K

NU

R0154
2.2K

R2
R0178

FLT_A+

NU

VR0163
5.6V

ON_OFF_CONTROL

R2

D0152

47K

R0167

HOOK

G
Q0157

Q0159

GP2_OUT_ACC4

G
GP8_IN_ACC14

KEYFAIL
R1

EXT_ALARM

R0166
10K
3V_DIG

R0161
47K

MOD

NC

NU

10K

R0165
4.7K

R0179
33K

10K

100K
C0163
0.1uF

10K

ADC_IN2

3V_DIG

NU

10K

D0151

ON_OFF_CONTROL_SV

RESET_OUT

Q0152

R0153
3V_DIG
47K

C0151
470pF

GP8_OUT_ACC14

C0150
470pF

FECNTL_CNTLR_1

30
31
32

NC
18

17
V5EXT

19

VLIM

VAR2

VAR1

20

22

21

RS

RX

TEMP

RSET

QX
F168

ANO

C0152
470pF
GP1_IN_ACC3

CQ

CEX

RFIN

3V_DIG

EXT_PTT

NC

Q0156

NC

R1
R0159

16

C0158
470pF

NC

15
14
NC_U3501_13

13
NC_U3501_13

12
NC_U3501_13

11
NC_U3501_13

10
NC_U3501_13

C0157
470pF

9V3

VBLIN_PCIC

NC
NC
NC

C0155
2200pF

NC
NC

R0168
10K

R2

3V_DIG

BIAS2

GND1

29

CL

NC

CQX

VL

K9V1

TP0150

FECNTL_1

NC
K9V1_CNTLR_1

V10

H99S4

VG

U0150

BPOS

SPIA_CS1_FN_PCIC

28

CLK
DATA

CJ

27

26

INT

NU

T1

NU

SPIA_CLK
SPIA_MOSI

C0156
1uF
V45

CI

R0181
33K

G
BIAS2_CNTLR_1

GND2

C0164
0.1uF

25

NA

VAR3

BIAS3_CNTLR_1

NU

ADC_IN3

NU

D0153

R0160
4.7K

24

BIAS3
R0180
100K

23

NC

5VD

VBLIN_PCIC_CNTLR_1

47K

R0172
18K

470pF
C0154

DRIVER_SENSE_CNTLR_1
DRIVER_SENSE

R0171
15K

R0169
10K

BIAS1_CNTLR_1

NU
R0170
10K

C0170
470pF

NU

Main Board 8466582A02_B / Controller Port Section

C0159
470pF

BIAS1

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TP1102

TP1101

3V_DIG
3V_DIG_FILT

TP1103

TP1104
PRIMARY UART

E1101

Place all 0.1uF caps close to patriot supply pins

K12

G
G
G

RXD_VMIN

3V_DIG_FILT

RTS_XRXD
RS232_DTR

L16
F13

UTXD1_PA14_USB_VPOUT_ITXD_TDO

URXD1_PA15_USB_VMIN_IRXD_TDI
URTS1_PA13_USBXRXD_IPWR_RESET_N_IC2A

UCTS1_PA12_USB_FSEN_IOE_MCU_DE
DSRA_PA10_IRE_TRST_INT6_STDA

DTRA_PA11_IPMODEIN_TMS_INT7_SRDA

DCDA_PA8_IPMODEOTHI_DSP_DE_SC2A

C1100

C1104
0.1uF

C1103
0.1uF

100pF

C1106
0.1uF

C1105
0.1uF

C1102
0.1uF

RIA_PA9_USBSUSP_IPMODEOTLO_TCK_DSCEN_SCKA

C1113
1.0uF

1V8_FILT
ESBEP_RX
MUX_CTRL_1
SSI_DATA

1V8

ADDAG_CLK

Clock Amplifier

B12

Ext Interupt/Keypad

Patriot Core(1.8V)

Layer 1 timer, QSPI (3.0V)

Layer 1 timer, QSPI (3.0V)

ADDAG_FS
SAP_SRD

1V55

J10

J15
K16

PWM_ADC_SEL

G
G
G

SAP_STD

G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G

SPIA_MOSI

SSI_CLOCK
SSI_FSYNC

SPICS5_PE11

SPICS6_PE0

SPICS7_PE1

SPICS8_PE2

G10
C6
C7
F5
E4
B1
F4
E3
D2
E2

E2_CS
BLUE_T_FSYNC

SPIA_CLK
SPIB_MOSI
SPIB_CLK
SPIA_CS0_ADDAG
SPIA_CS1_FN_PCIC
SPIA_CS2_JAV
SPIA_CS3_ESC
SPIA_CS4_ABA

SPIB_CS2_RTC
SPI_CS_ADC
SPICS9

TP1113

TP1217

TP1216

TP1213

TP1215

TP1214

TP1212

TP1211

SPIB_CS0_UART
SPIB_CS1_UART

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

F10

E10
DSP_DE

MCU_DE

D12

TCK

E11

C13

TMS

A14

TDO

TRST

MLB_TSCD

TDI

E12

M16

L14

MLB_TSCA

P15

STROBE

M14

L11

TC0

TC1

TC2

N16

N15

L12

TABORT

CKO_PA3

M12

SIZ1

TEST

ANALOG_TEST
DSP TRACE

C1114

GND

Main Board 8466582A02_B / Patriot Controller Section

K3VSS
NC

L6

K1_2VSS
NC

L5

K3VDD

K1_2VDD
K7

PAGE1

PSTROBE
T2

T1

R2

N2

NC

NU

NC

VCC

NC

U1101-2
PWR_GND

NC

C1116
0.1uF
NU

NC

3V_DIG

PAGE0

100pF
PGAD15_PF15_MD31

GPS_INT

RAM_BKUP

PGAD14_PF14_MD30

GPS_RESET

MOD

K2

A13

STBY_PD14
CLKSEL_PD15

MUX_CTL

NC

AGC_2_IF

NC

MISCELLANEOUS

CKIL

NC

R1108

G
G

J1

NU
NU

GP6_OUT_ACC12

TP1118

G13

L2

AGC_0_FE

J7

G
G

PGAD13_PF13_MD29

ADC_SARS

MUX_CTRL

L1

E7

R1104
10K
NU

CKOH_SCC_CLK

NC

A8

R1107

RTC_ON_SW_INV

PWM_N_PE14

OC3_PC13_FRAME_TICK
CKIH

PGAD12_PF12_MD28

F8

CKIL

GP8_OUT_ACC14

PWM_PE13

L3

E8

A6

RESET_OUT

WDOG_N

NC

G8

G
G

ANT_EN

CCM/WDOG/EGPT/CLK

RESET_IN

PGAD11_PF11_MD27

C3

CKIH

J2

PGAD10_PF10_MD26

D4

ATTN_EN

F9

PGAD9_PF9_MD25

A2

LOAD_DUMP

K4
NC

L4

TOUT15_PD11

B2

M1

TOUT13_PD9
TOUT14_PD10

G
G
G
G
G
G
G

A3

LV_DETECT

PA2_USB_VPIN

MISC_BLOCK

NC

TOUT12_PD8

TP1115

B3

R1103
10K

PC8_UTXD1_UTXD2
PC9_URXD1_URXD2

H13
H12
K6

G
G
G

MIC_EN3
USB_VPIN

PC11_OC1_USBCLK

NC

ROW6

TOUT11_PD7

B4

MOD

PC12_STO

NC

TOUT10_PD13

A9

TOUT0
AGC_1_FE
ADDAG_TXE

H14

PGAD8_PF8_MD24

ROW3

B8

M2

TOUT9_PD12

47K
NU

ADDAG_STD

JTAG

U1100-3

PC1_USB_TXENB

M3

ROW2

ROW5

NC
GP2_IN_ACC4

D5

PC0_USB_VMOUT

NC

TOUT8_PD4

G
G
G

B9

K13

PGAD7_PF7_MD23

ROW1

A10

G
G

NC

TOUT7_PD3

KEY PAD I/O

ROW4

SIZ0

USB_VMOUT

PGAD6_PF6_MD22

TOUT6_PD2

R1116

G16

M15

DIS_EXPH

PGAD5_PF5_MD21

TOUT5_PD1

G
G
G

B6

C5

SPICS9_PE3

F7

E6
SPIA_MISO

SPICS3_PE6

J11

SPIB_MISO

G
SAP_CLK

SAP_FSYNC

Q6VSS

C9

Q5VSS

Q4VSS

H15

J2VSS

T8

J1VSS

I2VSS

H3

C1

I1VSS

H2VSS

C2

K1

M4

TOUT4_PD0

INT5_PA7_OPTSEL2

TP1124

A12

GPIO
K14

M6

GP4_IN_ACC9
GP8_IN_ACC14

G6

REAL TIME TRACE

E2POT_CS2

NC

INT4_PA6_OPTSEL1

TP1122

GP5_IN_ACC10

SPICS2_PE4
SPICS4_PE7

MIC_EN1

PGAD4_PF4_MD20

G
G
G
G
G

D13

3V_DIG_FILT

N1

EXPH_ID_INV
WAKEUP_UCM_DETECT

A15

SIM_PWR_GP
GPS_TX
E2POT_UD

NC

TOUT3

INT3_PC15

ROW7

B15
F11

PGAD3_PF3_MD19

H1

TOUT2

0
NU

J13

TP1112

SIM_CLOCK_GP

P1

G
G

A11

ESBEP_TX
BUSY_OUT

TP1109

TP1111

NC

H7

E9

RI_SUSP

SIM_RESET_GP

PGAD2_PF2_MD18

G7

G
G

C15

G
G
G
G
G

P2

G1

INT2_PC14

COLUMN7

G2

TOUT1

ROW0

J16

TP1110

SIM_DATA_GP

G3

H6

TOUT0

INT1_PE9

COLUMN6

F1
H4

G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G

3V_DIG_FILT

INT0_PE8

COLUMN5

C16
G11

DSC_TX_PD5

H11
J12

LAYER 1 TIMERS

COLUMN4_PE12_IC2B

J3

F12

RS232_DCD

R1109

SIM_INT_TOUT_BLOCK

E1

J4

D15

RS232_CTS
RS232_DSR

USB_TXENB

H5

J5

G
G
G

E2POT_INC

DNP

SDI_D_C_PE5_SPICS1

NC

U1100-4

OWIRE_DAT_PC10
DSC_RX_PD6

COLUMN3

J6

R1105

0R

0R

SPICS0_PE10

MISOB

PGAD1_PF1_MD17

E5

DSC AND ONE_WIRE

F2

RESET_ABACUS

DNP

BRAVO

MISOA

M5

G
G

TP1119
RESET_JAV_ADDAG

MOSIA

QSCKB

NC

F6

TP1117
PWM_ADC_IN

SC0A_PC7

PGAD0_PF0_MD16

SIM_RST1_PB12_TIN0

G4

MIC_EN2

SC2A

N3

SIM_PD1_PB15_DSP_DBG_PAW

COLUMN1

E2POT_CS1

STDA
SC1A_PC6

R1

SIM_D1TX_PB10

COLUMN0

GP6_IN_ACC12

B5

EVSS

SIM_SVEN0_PB8
SIM_D1RX_PB11

COLUMN2

BUSY_IN

H1VSS

DVSS

D9

C8

C1VSS

C2VSS

K15

B13

E13

B2VSSA

B2VSS

B1VSS

F14

H16

SIM_CLK0_PB7

F3

USB_INT
RTC_ALARM

SAP

SCKA

NC

B14

SIM_PD0_PB9

D1

ON_OFF_CONTROL

RAM 2.2

E14

TXD_VPOUT

SERIAL_PORTS_BLOCK

SRDA

NC

C14

G
G
G
G
G
G

R1112

D16

R1102

J14

SIM_RST0_PB6

G5

EXP_REQ

E1103

G
G
G
G
G

G12

SC2B_PC3

SPIA_MISO_CNTLR_2

C1115
100pF

C1101
1.0uF

C1119
0.1uF

C1120
0.1uF

C10
Q6VDD

G15

Q5VDD

Q4VDD

R8

Q3VDD

A1

K3

H2

I2VDD

J1VDD_J2VDD

I1VDD

H2VDD

A4

B7

C12

D8

EVDD

DVDD

H1VDD

K10

E15

A16

C1VDD

C2VDD

H9

G9

B1VDD

D3

TP1108
SIM_D0TX_PB4

SIM_D0RX_PB5

INTERRUPTS
GP1_IN_ACC3

SC1B

R1132
10K

SIM_CLK1_PB13_TIN1_DSP_DBG_YDW

MUTE

SCKB2_PC5_OC3

TP1107

SIM_SVEN1_PB14_TIN2_DSP_DBG_XDW

USB_RS232

U1100-2

SRDB2_PC4_OC2

D6

D7

STDB
SC0B_PC2

MQSPI

GPS_RX

SCKB

BBP

SRDB

NU

SIM
H10

SIM_SENSE_GP

G14

A5VSS

L15

A4VSS

A3VSS

A2VSS

P11

M11

GNDA

A1VSS

P8

A5

UCTS2_PB2

3V_DIG_FILT

4
Y
OE

NU

E2POT_INC

N6

U1101-1
74VHC125
NU

R1111
10K

B11

R1112
0

EIM(1.8V)

N10

R16

A5VDD

T9

P3

U1100-5

R1101
47K

D10

G
G

IC_PWR_GND

3V_DIG_FILT

B10

E1103

A4VDD

A2VDD

A3VDD

C1121
0.1uF

C1112
0.1uF

P6

A7
C1110
0.1uF

C11

UTXD2_PB0

MOSIB

VCCA

C1109
0.1uF

G
G

SECONDARY UART

URXD2_PB1
URTS2_PB3

QSCKA

A1VDD

C1111
0.1uF

GPP (3.0V)

100pF

B2VDD

C1107

UART, GPIO (3.0V)

C1108
4.7uF

SOFT_TURN_OFF

UART, SIM (3.0V)

E1102

D14

TP1105

Sim, SAP, Bottom Conn. (3.0V)

1V8_FILT

B16

G
G

K11

F16
H8
K5
F15
E16
D11
L13
C4

G
G
G
G
G

RESET_OUT
ENC_RESET
PWM_ADC_REF

EXPANSION_PTT
GP2_OUT_ACC4

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3V_DIG

U1104-2
PWR_GND

VCC

GND

1V8_FILT

TP1126

D1101

C1131
0.1uF

NC

VPP

1V8_FILT

10

P9

11

L10

12

T10

13

R9

14

L9

15

K9

16

J9

17

L8

18

M8

19

N8

20

K8

21

L7

22

T7

23

R7

D6

A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11

D0

U1100-1
EIM_BLOCK

D1
D2
D3

A12

D4

A13

D5

A14

PATRIOT

A15
A16

D6
D7

EIM MODULE

D8

A17

D9

A18

D10

A19

D11

A20

D12

A21

D13

A22_PA1_DSP_DBG_XDW

D14

A23_PA0_DSP_DBG_YDW

D15

P7

C4

N7

B5

M7

T6

E8

R6

D8

T5

C8

R5

B8

P5

A8

N5

B7

T4

A7

J8

10

C7

R4

11

P4

12

10

B2

N4

13

11

C2

T3

14

12

A1

R3

15

13

B1

14

C1

15

D2

1V8_FILT

R1131
100K

U1104-1
74VHC125

RESET_OUT

A2

16

D1

17

D4

18

B6

19

A6

20

C6

21

B3

22

C3

23

D7

FLASH_RESET

B2

EN_WE

G5

WP

A1
B5

ADV
WAIT

RESET
A0
A1

D0

A2

D1

A3

D2

A4

D3

A5

D4

A6

D5

A7

D6

A8

D7

A9

D8

A10

D9

A11

D10

A12

D11

A13

D12

A14

D13

A15

D14

A16

D15

D3

A6
1

A3

A4

F7

E6

A5

E5

B3

G5

B4

E4

C3

G3

C4

E3

D4

G1

G7

10

H3

F6

11

H4

F5

10

12

H5

F4

11

13

G3

D5

12

14

G4

F3

13

15

F3

F2

14

16

F4

E2

15

17

E4

TP5843

H2

18

A17

D3

19

A18

H1

20

A19

G2

21

A20

2M x 16 RAM H6

22

E3

A21
R1113

A22

0
NU

VCC

E1

D6

EN_OE

EN_OE

C1132
0.1uF

VCCQ

G6

E1

A5
VPP

VCCQ2

VCCQ1

G4

VCC2

A4

VCC1

OE_N

M13

EB1_N

R13

EB0_N

T16

N14

P14

N13

P16

C5

EN_UB
EN_WE
EN_LB
EN_CS1
ZZ
A0

IO0

A1

IO1

A2

IO2

A3

IO3

A4

IO4

A5

IO5

A6

IO6

A7

IO7

A8

IO8

A9

IO9

A10

IO10

A11

IO11

A12

IO12

A13

IO13

A14

IO14

A15

IO15

B6

C5

C6

D5

E5

F5

F6

G6

B1

C1

C2

10

D2

11

E2

12

F2

13

F1

14

G1

15

A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21

VSS1

R10

NC

A2

VSS2

N11

28F128W18BD60

E6

N9

RW_N

F8

U1102

CLK
EN_CE

D1

P12

CS5

A5

E7

NC

A4

T11

B4

NC

VSSQ2

P10

R14

NC

VSSQ1

M9

CS4_N

N12

MT45W2MW16PABA

R1114
0

G8

CS3_N

T14

VSS2

P13

A2
A3

R11

G2

CS2_N

VSS1

T12

CS1_N

F1

CS0_N

A3

M10

A1

U1103
R15

OE

A0

SEB_N_PA5

T13

SOE_N

R12

ECB_N_PA4

NC

LBA_N

BURSTCLK

T15

NC

TP1125

TP0161

Intel 8M x 16 Burst Flash


1M x 16 RAM
DATA(15:0)

ADDR(23:0)

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SAP_STD

SAP_CLK

VCC

SAP_FSYNC

3V_DIG

8.1 - 24

U0207

CS

HOLD

WP
GND

9V3

R0204
200K

C0218
0.1uF

C0204
9

0.1uF

U0202
TC4S66F

VAG_1
5

10
11

VSS

C0205
CNTL

0.1uF

R2

R0223
4.7K

R0224
15K

Q0202

C0213

7
10

0.1uF

14
9V3

1
5
3

VDD
8

RO_NEG

U_D*

R0238
27K

PO_NEG
PI

PO_POS

TI_NEG

TG

TI_POS

DT

4
5

VH

CS

VW

RX_AUDIO

HANDSET_AUDIO

SPKR+

SPKR-

U0206-1
MC3403

TP0200

17
13

HB
VAGREF

VAG

20

C0219
.01uF

VAG_2
C0236

R0246

0.1uF

15K

NU
NU

NU
NU

C0229
82pF

R0242
270K

3
6

R0220

R0239
12K

0.1uF

9V3
6

1K

7
5

VAG_1

R0206

11

U0203
X9315

VL
VSS

Q0201

INT_SWB+

INC

VAG_1

FST

4
1

FL0200
MC145483

C0225

11

9V3

U0206-2
MC3403

47K

3V_DIG

R0207
C0222
0.1uF

9V3

R0244

C0227

10K

0.1uF

AUDIO_A+

47K

VW

3
6

C0230
3300pF

R0245
3.3K
R0221

U0205
TDA1519C

100

C0232
0.1uF

INT_SWB+

R0243
27K

R0208

9V3

C0233
1000pF

VL

INC
CS

VH

VCC

VCC

U0204
X9315

U_D*

VSS

2
1

R1

47K

R2
3V_DIG

R0241
15K

Q0203

C0237
0.1uF

INV

OUT1

NINV
RR
M_SS

C0231
33uF

OUT2

L0231
57R01

C0235
1000pF
L0232
57R01

C0234
1000pF

16V

R0237
15K
R1

EXT_MUTE

MUTE

Q0200

R2

E2POT_CS2

2
1

E2POT_CS1

INT_SWB+

FLT_A+

PDI

C0223
0.1uF

C0220
0.1uF

E2POT_INC

ZC
SC

Y1C

FLT_A+

3V_DIG

Y0C

FSR

9V3

C0226
0.1uF

DR

10

E2POT_UD

3V_DIG

SB

MC3403

Y1B

16

U0206-4
15

3V_DIG

ZB

MIC_EN1

Y0B

VSS

SP_AUDIO

SA

Y1A

11

19

VAG_2

R0240
100K

MCLK

15

R0225
1K

C0221
1uF

0.1uF

11

VCC

13

12

VAG_1

R0218
10K

14

775mV

C0203

ZA

MIC_EN2

80mV

EN

YOA

18

14

MIC_EN3

TX_AUDIO

G
G

0.1uF

VEE

MIC

12

C0202

13

EXT_MIC

80mV

16

U0201
MC14053BD

BCLKT

11
9V3

INT_MIC

BCLKR

12

VDD

R1

VSS

16V

VDD

MC3403

R0205
200K

GND2

10uF

GND1

16V

U0206-3

C0201

R0203
560

10uF

C0200

R0228
10K

16V

R0200
560

C0228
180pF

3V_DIG

R0222
10K

C0224

R0202
100

10uF

R0201
100

ATTN_EN

SAP_SRD

9V3

SCK

SI

6
E2_CS

SO

Main Board 8466582A02_B / Controller Audio Section

MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

8.1 - 25

TP0498
3V_DIG

5VD

R0465
0
EXPH_EN

U0406-2
06A02
USB_INT

R0452
2.2K

EXPH_RTS

RS232_RTS

74VHC125
U0404-1

R0451
10K

47K

USB_RS232

OE

R0450

5
4
R0454
33K

NU bei Patriot Bravo

NU

5VD
3V_DIG

G
G

R0468
100K

R0467
4.7K

C0450
1uF

3V_DIG

3V_DIG

3V_DIG

5VD
3V_DIG

3V_DIG
3V_DIG

4
C0451
0.1uF

74VHC125
U0410-1
NU

C0454
0.1uF

R0458

R0464
100

47K

NU

C0453
0.1uF

C0452
0.1uF

C0459
0.1uF

R0456
47K
NU

R0463
10K
NU

C0464
4.7uF

NU

NU

A6

Y7

A7

13

SUSPND

DPOS

ENUMERATE

DNEG

MODE

USB_DET

TP0499

15

12
5
16

U0401-1
74VHC125

6
2

ADC_IN1
ADC_IN2

17

RS232_TX

ADC_IN3
ADC_IN4
TEMP_SENSE
BATTERY_VOLTAGE

R0457

ADC_IN7

U0402-1
74VHC125

OPT_ID

Y
1

R0469
2.2K

RS232_RX

2
A

EXPH_RX

4
Y
OE
C0455
0.1uF

VCC

C0456
0.1uF

VCC

3V_DIG

3V_DIG

C0457
0.1uF

VCC

U0403-2
PWR_GND

U0402-2
PWR_GND

U0401-2
PWR_GND

U0410-2
PWR_GND
NU

3V_DIG

C0458
0.1uF

U0404-2
PWR_GND

VCC

GND

GND

GND
3

GND

NU

GND

VPU

R0470
100K

3V_DIG

REFP

Main Board 8466582A02_B / Controller USB/ADC Section

G
G
G
G
G
G
G
G

7
8
9
10
11
12
13

PWDN
A0

CSTART

A2
SDO

A3
A4

SDI

A5
A6
A7

SCLK
CS

USB_RS232

C0463
0.1uF

C0461
0.1uF

C0462
0.1uF

NU

NU

NU

19
17
16
14

A1

EXPH_TX

U0403-1
74VHC125

EXPH_EN

3V_DIG

USB_VMOUT

R0473
270

VCC

TXD_VPOUT

FS

R0459
10K

C0465
0.1uF

U0407
TLV1508
NU

USB_TXENB

VCC

FSE0_VMO

G
G
G

REFM

A5

Y6

VM
VPU

1
11

GND

Y5

VO_VPO

OE

OE_N

VP

17

RTS_XRXD

10

RI_SUSP

G
G

A4

11

RXD_VMIN

Y4

4
15

RCV

10

EXPH_RI

GND

USB_VPIN

VREG

18

2
3

15

13

USB_RS232

OE

EN_OE2
U0408
2
MC74LVX244
A0
Y0
4
16
A1
Y1
6
14
A2
Y2
8
12
A3
Y3
18

VCC

19

14

U0405
ISP1104

VBUS

EN_OE1

GND

VCC

20

R0455
10K

3V_DIG

OE

5VD

EOC

1
2
3
20
4
R0466
NU 0

8.1 - 26

MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

R14

U1

C19

C25

C20

C27

R12

VR1

R20

A8

L11

C43

FL1
3 2

C10

C37

L1

4 5

C41
C42

L5

U5

L12

C38

R30
C2

L6
R28

R29

L4

C40

C1

R26

H8

C11

C12

U6

R27

C15

U4

R25

D1

A1

5 4

C3

C6

L3

C4

C28

H1

2 3

FL2

C7

C5

C8

E1

C33

R19

R10

R22

U3

R23

R21

C21

J1

E3

R15

R24

C31

R16

R18

C22
E2

U2

24

R17

Y1
3

C18

C29
5

C24

C32

C16

C30

C17

C26

C39

C23

R5

J2
1

GPS Sub Module 8466576A01_O / PCB TOP & BOT side

GPS sub modul


8466576A01_O
Date: Jan/25/2005
PCB TOP VIEW

Drawing: Wolfgang Ka/BER, Date: Jan/25/2005

C14

2
TP6

MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

GPS_3V

GPS_2V

3V_DIG

L4

R30

27nH

8.1 - 27

LNA_BIAS
C1
18pF

GPS_3V

C2

IDCTR

C8
18pF
3V_DIG

18pF

C3

A5

E7
VDD_IO_3

VDD_IO_2

VDD_IO_1

D5

D4

D3

C5

D6
VDD_CORE_6

VDD_CORE_5

VDD_CORE_4

VDD_CORE_3

C4

VDD_CORE_1

VDD_CORE_2

G3

H3

VCC_PLL

VCC_REF

VCC_VCO

G6

F2

GND_ISQ2

VGA_INM
VTUNE

F7

GND_ISQ1
F1

VSS_IO_3

E1

VSS_IO_1

E8

D2

VSS_IO_2

VGA_INP

VSS_CORE_6

F6

VSS_CORE_5

VSS_CORE_4

F5

VSS_CORE_2

VSS_CORE_3

E6

E5

MOD_BOOT

C42
1.5pF
C40

C43

0.1uF

18pF

J2

OUT

IN

C10
18pF

R5
10K
NU

R26
100K

A6
B8

GPS_INT

47pF

A1

J1-21

B2
A3
B3
H8
H6

U6-1

C1
B6

A
OE

B5

SPIB_MISO

C6

J1-5

74VHC125
SPIB_MOSI

B1
D7

J1-7

H4

SPIB_CLK

G4

J1-15

G2

SPIB_CS0_UART
J1-4

C17

R10
2K

ONE_PPS

560pF

J1-23

B39162-B7840-C710
OUT1

FL2

IN

GND2

OUT2
GND1

2200pF

3
C18

3V_DIG

R27
3.32K

GPS_RESET
J1-17
GPS_32KHZ

D1

J1-13
3V_DIG
J1-8

3V_DIG
C33
100pF

U1

2
C20
470pF

VIN

LM2941
5
VOUT

ON_OFF

ADJ

4
8
6

R14
3.32K
C25

C27

C26

0.1uF

33uF

10uF

INPUT
SENSE
TAP

12V

E2
OUTPUT

SHUTDOWN

ERROR
FEEDBACK

1 GND1
9 GND2

MILAN_12V

12V

MILAN_12V

LP2986ILDX

GND2

GPS_2V

GND

IDCTR

2
R15
33K

U2

C21

C22

C23

C24

GND

150pF

GND

J1-14
J1-16
J1-12
J1-6

100pF

R16
0
R17

0.1uF 33uF

J1-10

NU

SIM_CLOCK_GP

J1-11
R18
0

R19
51.1K

SIM_DATA_GP

NU

R20
1K

J1-9

SIM_PWR_GP
J1-1
SIM_RESET_GP

LP2986ILDX
4
8
6

3V_DIG

5
VCC

GND
3

U6-2
PWR_GND

C32
10uF

INPUT
SHUTDOWN
SENSE
TAP

E3
OUTPUT
ERROR
FEEDBACK

1 GND1
9 GND2

24.5535MHz

SCK_TXD1

GND1

ONEPPS

MOD_ARM

Y2

H5

TMS

OUTPUT

VCC_MIX

H7

NPSC_RXD1

G8

VCC
COMM

TEST

NU

GND

MOSI_RXD0

VEE_LNA1

IT5305BE

TDI

VSS_CORE_1

A4

EXT_NIRQ
MISO_TXD0

E4

B7
E2

LNA_OUT

NTRST

E3

D8

NRESET

VEE_VCO

A8

TP6

LNA_IN

GPS

DEGRQ

VEE_REF

F8
C8

26MHz

ADC0

REF_CLK
BREAKPT

GND
2

Y1

ADC1

F3

A7
A2

MCLK_EXT

VEE_PLL

H2
1000pF

ADC2

H1

TDO
ADC3

G7

V_CONT OUTPUT

L1
27nH

C39
DBGACK

MOD_MCLK

VEE_IF

C16

R28
100K

TCK

G1

B4

VEE_LAN2

C7

VEE_MIX

VCC

C2

F4

TCO-5871

LOW_REF_CLK

G5

D1

VCC_IF

VCC_LAN

C15
18pF

UPC8211TK

L11
8.2nH

U4
C14
0.1uF

L12

47pF
PS

C12
L6
27nH

IN

4.7nH

27nH

C11
1000pF

OUT

GND2

C7
18pF

L3

C5
10uF

GND1

C6
18pF

GPS_3V

C4
10uF

GND2

C3
10uF

0.1uF

FL1

C41

GND

18pF

B39162-B7829-C710

U5

R29
750

GND1

0.1uF

L5
22.0nH

C38

C37

VCC

E1

J1-3

GPS_3V

OPT_SEL

IDCTR

2
R21
75K

U3
R22
0
R23

J1-2

SIM_SENSE_GP

C28

C29

C30

J1-24

C31

100pF
0.1uF 33uF

150pF

SPICS9
R12

NU

J1-18 N.C.

LNA_BIAS
0

20

R24
0

R25
51.1K

GPS_RX

VR1

C19

13V

150pF

J1-20 N.C.
GPS_TX

NU

J1-19 N.C.
GPS_ON_OFF
J1-22 N.C.

GPS Sub Module 8466576A01_O / Schematic

MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

PARTS LISTS

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Parts on the Mainboard (0166503N04)

C0162

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0316

C0163

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0317

C0164

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0318

C0170

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0319

C0200

2313960D07

CAP,FXD,10,+10,-10,16,SM,,-55M

C0201

2313960D07

CAP,FXD,10,+10,-10,16,SM,,-55M

C0202

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0322

C0203

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0323

C0204

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0324

C0205

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0325

C0213

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0218

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

C0110

2113944C18

CAP CER CHP 3.3PF 50V +/- 0.25

C0111

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0113

2113945C04

CAP CER CHP 22,000PF 50V 10%

C0114

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0115

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C0116

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C0117

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0118

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C0119

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0120

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0121

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0123

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0124

2113944C43

CAP CER CHP 82.0PF 50V 5%

C0125

2113944C43

CAP CER CHP 82.0PF 50V 5%

C0127

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0128

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0129

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0130

2113945A05

CAP CER CHP 470PF 50V 10%

C0131

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0132

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0133

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0134

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0135

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0136

2113944A27

CAP CER CHP 15.0PF 50V 5%

C0137

2113944C36

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C0138

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0139

2113944C36

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C0140

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0141

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0142

2113944C38

CAP CER CHP 47.0PF 50V 5%

C0143

2313960H07

CAP TANT 100 UF 10% 16V 7343-3

C0146

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C0147

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C0148

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0150

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0151

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0152

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0154

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0155

2113945L33

CAP,FXD,2200PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

C0156

2313960B01

CAP,FXD,1UF,+10%,-10%,16V-DC,S

C0157

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0158

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0159

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0160

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0161

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

Motorola PN

8.1 - 28

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

2313960D07

CAP,FXD,10,+10,-10,16,SM,,-55M

C0417

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0418

2113944C36

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0419

2113944C36

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0420

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C0320

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0421

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C0321

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0450

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

2313960F30

CAP,FXD,47UF,+10%,-10%,10V-DC,

C0451

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

2313960D07

CAP,FXD,10,+10,-10,16,SM,,-55M

C0452

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

2313960D07

CAP,FXD,10,+10,-10,16,SM,,-55M

C0453

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

2313960C78

CAP,FXD,2.2UF,+10%,-10%,20V-DC

C0454

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0326

2113945C04

CAP CER CHP 22,000PF 50V 10%

C0455

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0328

2313960F30

CAP,FXD,47UF,+10%,-10%,10V-DC,

C0456

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0219

2113945C02

CAP CER CHP 10,000PF 50V 10%

C0329

2311049A18

CAP. TANT 10% 10UF

C0457

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0220

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0330

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0458

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0221

2313960B01

CAP,FXD,1UF,+10%,-10%,16V-DC,S

C0331

2313960F30

CAP,FXD,47UF,+10%,-10%,10V-DC,

C0459

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0222

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0332

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0460

2113946J03

CAP CER CHP 10.0UF 16V 10%

C0223

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0333

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0461

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0224

2313960D07

CAP,FXD,10,+10,-10,16,SM,,-55M

C0334

2113945C02

CAP CER CHP 10,000PF 50V 10%

C0462

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0225

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0335

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0463

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0226

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0336

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0464

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0227

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0337

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0465

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0228

2113944C01

CAP CER CHP 180.0PF 50V 5%

C0338

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0502

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0229

2113944C43

CAP CER CHP 82.0PF 50V 5%

C0339

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0503

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0230

2113945L37

CAP,FXD,3300PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C0340

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0504

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0231

2313960F04

CAP TANT 33 UF 10% 16V 6032-28

C0341

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0505

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0232

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0342

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0506

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0233

2113945L25

CAP,FXD,1000PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C0343

2113946F03

CAP CER CHP 4.7UF 6.3V 10%

C0507

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0234

2113945L25

CAP,FXD,1000PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C0344

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0508

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0235

2113945L25

CAP,FXD,1000PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C0345

2113945C02

CAP CER CHP 10,000PF 50V 10%

C0509

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0236

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0346

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0510

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0237

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0347

2113946F03

CAP CER CHP 4.7UF 6.3V 10%

C0511

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0300

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0348

2113946F03

CAP CER CHP 4.7UF 6.3V 10%

C0512

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0301

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0401

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0513

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0302

2313960F04

CAP TANT 33 UF 10% 16V 6032-28

C0402

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0515

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0303

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0404

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C0517

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0304

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

C0405

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C0519

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0305

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0406

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C0520

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0306

2389289U01

10UF 50V 20, ALUMINUM SMD

C0407

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C0521

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0307

2113945C02

CAP CER CHP 10,000PF 50V 10%

C0408

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C0522

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0308

2313960F04

CAP TANT 33 UF 10% 16V 6032-28

C0409

2313960C78

CAP,FXD,2.2UF,+10%,-10%,20V-DC

C0523

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0309

2313960F04

CAP TANT 33 UF 10% 16V 6032-28

C0410

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C0524

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0310

2314030J28

CAP,FXD,22UF,+10%,-10%,35V-DC,

C0411

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C0525

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0311

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0412

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C0526

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0312

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0413

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C0527

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0313

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C0414

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C0528

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0314

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C0415

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C0529

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0315

2313960F04

CAP TANT 33 UF 10% 16V 6032-28

C0416

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C0530

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

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MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

C0531

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0532

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C1107

2113944C45

CAP CER CHP 100.0PF 50V 5%

C5034

2113945A09

CAP CER CHP 1000PF 50V 10%

C5148

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C1108

2113946F03

CAP CER CHP 4.7UF 6.3V 10%

C5035

2113945A09

CAP CER CHP 1000PF 50V 10%

C5150

2113945L49

CAP,FXD,.01UF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C0533

2113944A36

C0534

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C1109

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5036

2113944A28

CAP CER CHP 18.0PF 50V 5%

C5151

2113945L49

CAP,FXD,.01UF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C1110

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5037

2113945A03

CAP CER CHP 330PF 50V 10%

C5152

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C0535
C0536

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C1111

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5038

2113944A06

CAP CER CHP 1.6PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5153

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C1112

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5039

2113944A18

CAP CER CHP 5.1PF 50V +/- 0.5P

C5154

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C0537

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C1113

2113946M01

CAP CER CHP 1.0UF 10V

C5040

2113944A14

CAP CER CHP 3.6PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5155

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C0538

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C1114

2113944C45

CAP CER CHP 100.0PF 50V 5%

C5041

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5156

2113945L49

CAP,FXD,.01UF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C0539

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C1115

2113944C45

CAP CER CHP 100.0PF 50V 5%

C5042

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5157

2113945L49

CAP,FXD,.01UF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C0540

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C1116

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5043

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5158

2113945L25

CAP,FXD,1000PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C0550

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C1119

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5044

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5159

2113945L49

CAP,FXD,.01UF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C0551

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C1120

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5045

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5160

2113945L25

CAP,FXD,1000PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C0552

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C1121

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5046

2113944A18

CAP CER CHP 5.1PF 50V +/- 0.5P

C5161

2113944C36

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C0553

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C1131

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5101

2113944C04

CAP CER CHP 330.0PF 50V 5%

C5162

2113944C36

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C0554

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C1132

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5102

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5163

2113944C36

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C0555

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C1133

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5103

2113945L49

CAP,FXD,.01UF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C5164

2113944C36

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C0556

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C5001

2113945B02

CAP CER CHP 10,000PF 25V 10%

C5104

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C5166

2313960B01

CAP,FXD,1UF,+10%,-10%,16V-DC,S

C0557

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C5002

2113945B02

CAP CER CHP 10,000PF 25V 10%

C5111

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C5167

2313960B30

CAP,FXD,4.7UF,+10%,-10%,10V-DC

C0558

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C5003

2313960B01

CAP,FXD,1UF,+10%,-10%,16V-DC,S

C5112

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5168

2313960B30

CAP,FXD,4.7UF,+10%,-10%,10V-DC

C0559

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C5004

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5113

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5169

2313960B01

CAP,FXD,1UF,+10%,-10%,16V-DC,S

C0560

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C5005

2313960B30

CAP,FXD,4.7UF,+10%,-10%,10V-DC

C5120

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5171

2113944C32

CAP CER CHP 15.0PF 50V 5%

C0561

2113944C83

CAP,FXD,36PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C5007

2113945B02

CAP CER CHP 10,000PF 25V 10%

C5121

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5172

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C0601

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5008

2313960B30

CAP,FXD,4.7UF,+10%,-10%,10V-DC

C5122

2113945L25

CAP,FXD,1000PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C5173

2113944C32

CAP CER CHP 15.0PF 50V 5%

C0603

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5009

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5123

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5174

2113944C32

CAP CER CHP 15.0PF 50V 5%

C0604

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5010

2113945B02

CAP CER CHP 10,000PF 25V 10%

C5124

2113945L49

CAP,FXD,.01UF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C5175

2113944C32

CAP CER CHP 15.0PF 50V 5%

C0605

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5011

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5125

2113944C75

CAP,FXD,8.2PF,.25PF+/-,50V-DC,

C5176

2113944C01

CAP CER CHP 180.0PF 50V 5%

C0606

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5012

2113946B04

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 10V 10%

C5126

2113944C32

CAP CER CHP 15.0PF 50V 5%

C5177

2113944C32

CAP CER CHP 15.0PF 50V 5%

C0607

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5013

2113944A06

CAP CER CHP 1.6PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5127

2113944C04

CAP CER CHP 330.0PF 50V 5%

C5178

2113944C45

CAP CER CHP 100.0PF 50V 5%

C0608

2113944B01

CAP CER CHP 180.0PF 25V 5%

C5015

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5128

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C5179

2113944C45

CAP CER CHP 100.0PF 50V 5%

C0609

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5016

2113945A09

CAP CER CHP 1000PF 50V 10%

C5129

2113945L49

CAP,FXD,.01UF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C5180

2113944C41

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C0610

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5017

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5130

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C5181

2113944C32

CAP CER CHP 15.0PF 50V 5%

C0611

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5018

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5131

2113945L49

CAP,FXD,.01UF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C5182

2113944C34

CAP CER CHP 22.0PF 50V 5%

C0612

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5019

2113944A08

CAP CER CHP 2.0PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5132

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C5183

2113944C34

CAP CER CHP 22.0PF 50V 5%

C0613

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5020

2113944A06

CAP CER CHP 1.6PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5133

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C5184

2113945L49

CAP,FXD,.01UF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C0614

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5021

2113944A27

CAP CER CHP 15.0PF 50V 5%

C5134

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C5185

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C0615

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5022

2113944A28

CAP CER CHP 18.0PF 50V 5%

C5135

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C5186

2113945L25

CAP,FXD,1000PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C0616

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5023

2113944A33

CAP CER CHP 47.0PF 50V 5%

C5136

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C5187

2113944C30

CAP CER CHP 10.0PF 50V +/- 0.5

C0617

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5024

2113946B04

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 10V 10%

C5137

2113945L49

CAP,FXD,.01UF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C5188

2113945G95

CAP,FXD,.22UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC

C0618

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5025

2113944A23

CAP CER CHP 8.2PF 50V +/- 0.5P

C5138

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C5189

2313960C78

CAP,FXD,2.2UF,+10%,-10%,20V-DC

C0619

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5026

2113944A06

CAP CER CHP 1.6PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5139

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C5190

2113944C45

CAP CER CHP 100.0PF 50V 5%

C1100

2113944C45

CAP CER CHP 100.0PF 50V 5%

C5027

2113944A16

CAP CER CHP 4.3PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5140

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5191

2113944C45

CAP CER CHP 100.0PF 50V 5%

C1101

2113946M01

CAP CER CHP 1.0UF 10V

C5028

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5141

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5192

2113944C47

CAP CER CHP 150.0PF 50V 5%

C1102

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5029

2113946B04

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 10V 10%

C5142

2113944C45

CAP CER CHP 100.0PF 50V 5%

C5193

2113944C45

CAP CER CHP 100.0PF 50V 5%

C1103

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5030

2113945A03

CAP CER CHP 330PF 50V 10%

C5144

2113944C45

CAP CER CHP 100.0PF 50V 5%

C5194

2113945L49

CAP,FXD,.01UF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C1104

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5031

2313960B01

CAP,FXD,1UF,+10%,-10%,16V-DC,S

C5145

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5195

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C1105

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5032

2113945B02

CAP CER CHP 10,000PF 25V 10%

C5146

2113944C45

CAP CER CHP 100.0PF 50V 5%

C5197

2113944C32

CAP CER CHP 15.0PF 50V 5%

C1106

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5033

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5147

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C5198

2113945G95

CAP,FXD,.22UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC

MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

C5199
C5202

2313960C78

CAP,FXD,2.2UF,+10%,-10%,20V-DC

C5341

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5431

2113944C73

CAP,FXD,6.8PF,.25PF+/-,,,50V-D

C5342

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5432

C5203

2113944C77

CAP,FXD,11PF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C5343

2313960D07

CAP,FXD,10,+10,-10,16,SM,,-55M

C5433

C5204

2113944C31

CAP CER CHP 12.0PF 50V 5%

C5344

2113945A09

CAP CER CHP 1000PF 50V 10%

C5434

C5205

2113944C32

CAP CER CHP 15.0PF 50V 5%

C5345

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5206

2113944C35

CAP CER CHP 27.0PF 50V 5%

C5346

2113945L17

CAP,FXD,470PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,0

C5208

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C5347

2113944A25

C5209

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C5351

2113946K02

C5210

2113944C04

CAP CER CHP 330.0PF 50V 5%

C5352

2113945A09

C5211

2113944C04

CAP CER CHP 330.0PF 50V 5%

C5353

2113946K02

C5212

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5361

C5213

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5362

C5214

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5215

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5216

NOTPLACED

C5219

NOTPLACED

C5220
C5221
C5301
C5303

Motorola PN

8.1 - 30

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

2113944C32

CAP CER CHP 15.0PF 50V 5%

C5504

2313960G32

CAP,FXD,10UF,+10%,-10%,35V-DC,

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5505

2113945G57

CAP,FXD,.033UF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5506

2113944A34

CAP CER CHP 56.0PF 50V 5%

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5507

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5435

2111078B22

CAP CHIP RF 22 5 NPO 100V

C5508

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5436

2111078B20

CAP CHIP RF 18 5 NPO 100V

C5509

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

CAP CER CHP 10.0PF 50V +/- 0.5

C5437

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5510

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5438

2111078B13

CAP ALT E16

C5521

2113944A34

CAP CER CHP 56.0PF 50V 5%

CAP CER CHP 1000PF 50V 10%

C5439

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5541

2113944A34

CAP CER CHP 56.0PF 50V 5%

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5440

2111078B49

CAP CHIP RF 180 5 NPO 100V

C5543

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

2113944A34

CAP CER CHP 56.0PF 50V 5%

C5441

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5550

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5442

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5551

2113945A09

CAP CER CHP 1000PF 50V 10%

C5363

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5443

2113944A22

CAP CER CHP 7.5PF 50V +/- 0.5P

C5552

2113945A03

CAP CER CHP 330PF 50V 10%

C5365

2113944A33

CAP CER CHP 47.0PF 50V 5%

C5444

2113944A22

CAP CER CHP 7.5PF 50V +/- 0.5P

C5553

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5366

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5445

2113944A22

CAP CER CHP 7.5PF 50V +/- 0.5P

C5554

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5367

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C5446

2113944A22

CAP CER CHP 7.5PF 50V +/- 0.5P

C5555

2113944M04

CAP,FXD,2.7PF,.1PF+/-,50V-DC,0

2113944M16

CAP,FXD,8.2PF,.1PF+/-,50V-DC,0

C5400

2113944M21

CAP,FXD,13PF,,+2%,-2%,50V-DC,0

C5447

2113944A22

CAP CER CHP 7.5PF 50V +/- 0.5P

C5556

2113944A33

CAP CER CHP 47.0PF 50V 5%

2113944M22

CAP,FXD,15PF,+2%,-2%,50V-DC,06

C5401

2113944A34

CAP CER CHP 56.0PF 50V 5%

C5448

2113944A22

CAP CER CHP 7.5PF 50V +/- 0.5P

C5557

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

2113945L43

CAP,FXD,5600PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C5402

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5449

2113944C39

CAP CER CHP 56.0PF 50V 5%

C5558

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

0804533C33

CAP METAL/POLY FILM 0.047

C5403

2113945A05

CAP CER CHP 470PF 50V 10%

C5451

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5559

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5305

2113945L43

CAP,FXD,5600PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C5404

2113944A15

CAP CER CHP 3.9PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5452

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5601

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5306

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5405

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5453

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5602

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5307

2313960D07

CAP,FXD,10,+10,-10,16,SM,,-55M

C5406

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C5455

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5603

2113944A23

CAP CER CHP 8.2PF 50V +/- 0.5P

C5308

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5407

2113944A28

CAP CER CHP 18.0PF 50V 5%

C5456

2111078B18

CAP CHIP RF 15 5 NPO 100V

C5604

2113944A08

CAP CER CHP 2.0PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5311

2113945B02

CAP CER CHP 10,000PF 25V 10%

C5408

2113945B04

CAP,FXD,.022UF,+10%,-10%,25V-D

C5457

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5605

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5312

2113945B02

CAP CER CHP 10,000PF 25V 10%

C5409

2113944A20

CAP CER CHP 6.2PF 50V +/- 0.5P

C5458

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5606

2113944A14

CAP CER CHP 3.6PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5313

2113945B02

CAP CER CHP 10,000PF 25V 10%

C5410

2113945B04

CAP,FXD,.022UF,+10%,-10%,25V-D

C5459

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5607

2113944A15

CAP CER CHP 3.9PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5314

2113945B02

CAP CER CHP 10,000PF 25V 10%

C5411

2113944A02

CAP CER CHP 1.2PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5460

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5609

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5315

2113945B02

CAP CER CHP 10,000PF 25V 10%

C5412

2113944A34

CAP CER CHP 56.0PF 50V 5%

C5461

2111078B25

CAP ALT E32

C5611

2113944A13

CAP CER CHP 3.3PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5316

2313960D07

CAP,FXD,10,+10,-10,16,SM,,-55M

C5413

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5462

2111078B08

CAP CHIP RF 6.2 .25NPO 100V

C5612

2113944A17

CAP CER CHP 4.7PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5317

2113944A29

CAP CER CHP 22.0PF 50V 5%

C5414

2113944A20

CAP CER CHP 6.2PF 50V +/- 0.5P

C5463

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5613

2113944A08

CAP CER CHP 2.0PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5318

2313960B28

CAP TANT 2.2 UF 10% 10V 3216-1

C5415

2113944A15

CAP CER CHP 3.9PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5464

2111078B09

CAP ALT E17

C5614

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5319

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5416

2115938H02

CAP CHIP CL1 22+/-5%PF

C5465

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5615

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5321

2313960B30

CAP,FXD,4.7UF,+10%,-10%,10V-DC

C5417

2113945C27

CAP,FXD,.047UF,+10%,-10%,50V-D

C5466

2111078B01

CAP CHIP RF 3.3 .25 NPO 100V

C5621

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5322

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5418

2113944A34

CAP CER CHP 56.0PF 50V 5%

C5467

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5622

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5323

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5419

2113944A34

CAP CER CHP 56.0PF 50V 5%

C5468

2111078B13

CAP ALT E16

C5623

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5324

2313960D07

CAP,FXD,10,+10,-10,16,SM,,-55M

C5420

2113945B02

CAP CER CHP 10,000PF 25V 10%

C5469

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5624

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5331

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5421

2313960C26

CAP TANT 1.0 UF 10% 35V 3528-2

C5470

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5625

2113944A63

CAP,FXD,1PF,.25PF+/-,50V-DC,04

C5332

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5422

2113945C31

CAP,FXD,.1UF,+10%,-10%,50V-DC,

C5471

2111078B01

CAP CHIP RF 3.3 .25 NPO 100V

C5626

2113944A19

CAP CER CHP 5.6PF 50V +/- 0.5P

C5333

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5423

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5472

2111078B23

CAP ALT E37

C5627

2113944A10

CAP CER CHP 2.4PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5334

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5424

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5473

2111078B34

CAP CHIP RF 47 5 NPO 100V

C5629

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5335

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5425

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5474

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5630

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5336

2113945C03

CAP CER CHP 15,000PF 50V 10%

C5426

2103689A47

SL240J HIGH - Q CAPACITOR, UCN

C5475

2111078A29

CAPACITOR,CHIP,10PF,.5PF+/-,,,

C5631

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5337

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5427

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5480

2111078B49

CAP CHIP RF 180 5 NPO 100V

C5632

2113944A05

CAP CER CHP 1.5PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5338

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5428

2113945L49

CAP,FXD,.01UF,,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C5501

2113944C39

CAP CER CHP 56.0PF 50V 5%

C5633

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5339

2313960B30

CAP,FXD,4.7UF,+10%,-10%,10V-DC

C5429

2113944A34

CAP CER CHP 56.0PF 50V 5%

C5502

2113944C39

CAP CER CHP 56.0PF 50V 5%

C5634

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5340

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5430

2113944C39

CAP CER CHP 56.0PF 50V 5%

C5503

2113945B05

CAP,FXD,.033UF,+10%,-10%,25V-D

C5635

2113944A24

CAP CER CHP 9.1PF 50V +/- 0.5P

8.1 - 31

MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

C5640
C5641

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5740

2113944A26

CAP CER CHP 12.0PF 50V 5%

C5854

2113944M38

CAP,FXD,68PF,+2%,-2%,50V-DC,06

D0404

4866544A01

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5741

2113944A08

CAP CER CHP 2.0PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5855

2113944M38

CAP,FXD,68PF,+2%,-2%,50V-DC,06

DIODE
ARRAY,ZEN,SR05.TCT,SM,,,

C5643

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5742

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5856

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

D1101

4813978C02

PB FREE, NOT COMPLETELY


ENRICH

C5644

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5743

2313960B28

CAP TANT 2.2 UF 10% 10V 3216-1

C5857

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

D5001

4813974A06

DIODE,PIN,SM,SOT-23,35V,.2W,SL

C5645

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5750

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5859

2113945L41

CAP,FXD,4700PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

D5002

4815048H01

SOT MMBD353 DIODE DUAL SCHT

C5646

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5751

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5860

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

D5003

4813974A06

DIODE,PIN,SM,SOT-23,35V,.2W,SL

C5651

2313960D07

CAP,FXD,10,+10,-10,16,SM,,-55M

C5752

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5861

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

D5004

4813974A06

DIODE,PIN,SM,SOT-23,35V,.2W,SL

C5652

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5753

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5862

2113944M38

CAP,FXD,68PF,+2%,-2%,50V-DC,06

D5121

4815048H01

SOT MMBD353 DIODE DUAL SCHT

C5653

2113945C04

CAP CER CHP 22,000PF 50V 10%

C5754

2113945A13

CAP CER CHP 4700PF 50V 10%

C5863

2113944M38

CAP,FXD,68PF,+2%,-2%,50V-DC,06

D5180

4885055Y01

DIODE VARACTOR PB-FREE

C5654

2113945L25

CAP,FXD,1000PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C5760

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5864

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

D5190

4813974A01

C5655

2113944A13

CAP CER CHP 3.3PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5803

2113944M38

CAP,FXD,68PF,+2%,-2%,50V-DC,06

C5865

2113944M38

CAP,FXD,68PF,+2%,-2%,50V-DC,06

DIODE ARRAY,VCTR,SM,SOT23,100

C5671

2313960D07

CAP,FXD,10,+10,-10,16,SM,,-55M

C5804

2113944M38

CAP,FXD,68PF,+2%,-2%,50V-DC,06

C5867

2113944M38

CAP,FXD,68PF,+2%,-2%,50V-DC,06

D5201

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5672

2313960D07

CAP,FXD,10,+10,-10,16,SM,,-55M

C5805

2113944M13

CAP,FXD,6.2PF,.1PF+/-,,,50V-DC

C5868

2113944M38

CAP,FXD,68PF,+2%,-2%,50V-DC,06

D5202

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5681

2313960D07

CAP,FXD,10,+10,-10,16,SM,,-55M

C5806

2113944C69

CAP,FXD,1.8PF,.1PF+/-,50V-DC,0

C5870

2113944M38

CAP,FXD,68PF,+2%,-2%,50V-DC,06

D5301

4815011H01

DIODE TRIPLE

C5682

2313960D07

CAP,FXD,10,+10,-10,16,SM,,-55M

C5807

2113944C16

CAP CER CHP 2.7PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5871

2113944C03

CAP CER CHP 270.0PF 50V 5%

D5302

4815011H01

DIODE TRIPLE

C5683

2113945A03

CAP CER CHP 330PF 50V 10%

C5808

2113944M13

CAP,FXD,6.2PF,.1PF+/-,,,50V-DC

C5872

2113944C03

CAP CER CHP 270.0PF 50V 5%

D5331

4813974A05

C5684

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5809

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5873

2113944C03

CAP CER CHP 270.0PF 50V 5%

DIODE 30V HOT CARRIER


MMBD301L

C5685

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5810

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5874

2113944C03

CAP CER CHP 270.0PF 50V 5%

D5451

4802482J02

PIN DIODE SMD

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5686

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5811

2113944C16

CAP CER CHP 2.7PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5875

2313960B01

CAP,FXD,1UF,+10%,-10%,16V-DC,S

D5452

C5701

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5812

2113944C16

CAP CER CHP 2.7PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5876

2113944M38

CAP,FXD,68PF,+2%,-2%,50V-DC,06

D5551

4802482J02

PIN DIODE SMD

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5702

2113944A33

CAP CER CHP 47.0PF 50V 5%

C5813

2113944M38

CAP,FXD,68PF,+2%,-2%,50V-DC,06

C5878

2113944M03

CAP,FXD,2.4PF,.1PF+/-,,,50V-DC

D5601

C5704

2113944A14

CAP CER CHP 3.6PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5819

2113944M38

CAP,FXD,68PF,+2%,-2%,50V-DC,06

C5879

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

D5602

4885055Y01

DIODE VARACTOR PB-FREE

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5705

2113944A22

CAP CER CHP 7.5PF 50V +/- 0.5P

C5820

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5880

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

D5603

C5706

2113944A17

CAP CER CHP 4.7PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5822

2113944M38

CAP,FXD,68PF,+2%,-2%,50V-DC,06

C5881

2113944M38

CAP,FXD,68PF,+2%,-2%,50V-DC,06

D5604

4885055Y01

DIODE VARACTOR PB-FREE

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5707

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5823

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5882

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

D5731

C5708

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5824

2113944M38

CAP,FXD,68PF,+2%,-2%,50V-DC,06

C5883

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

D5732

4885055Y01

DIODE VARACTOR PB-FREE

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5709

2113944A22

CAP CER CHP 7.5PF 50V +/- 0.5P

C5825

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5711

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5826

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5712

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5827

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5713

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5828

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5714

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5831

2113944M38

CAP,FXD,68PF,+2%,-2%,50V-DC,06

C5715

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5833

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5716

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5834

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5717

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5836

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5721

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5840

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5722

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5841

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5725

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5842

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5730

2113944A31

CAP CER CHP 33.0PF 50V 5%

C5843

2113945C04

CAP CER CHP 22,000PF 50V 10%

C5731

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5844

2113945C04

CAP CER CHP 22,000PF 50V 10%

C5732

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5845

2113944M38

CAP,FXD,68PF,+2%,-2%,50V-DC,06

C5733

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

C5846

2113944M38

CAP,FXD,68PF,+2%,-2%,50V-DC,06

C5734

2113944A19

CAP CER CHP 5.6PF 50V +/- 0.5P

C5847

2113945L25

CAP,FXD,1000PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C5735

2113944A23

CAP CER CHP 8.2PF 50V +/- 0.5P

C5848

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5736

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C5849

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5737

2113944A17

CAP CER CHP 4.7PF 50V +/- 0.25

C5850

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

C5738

2113944A23

CAP CER CHP 8.2PF 50V +/- 0.5P

C5852

2113945L37

CAP,FXD,3300PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

C5739

2113944A36

CAP CER CHP 68.0PF 50V 5%

C5853

2113945L41

CAP,FXD,4700PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC,

D0101

4813978C02

PB FREE, NOT COMPLETELY


ENRICH

D5733
D5734

4885055Y01

DIODE VARACTOR PB-FREE

D0102

4813978C02

PB FREE, NOT COMPLETELY


ENRICH

E0300

2415954H01

INDUCTOR BEAD CHIP

E1101

2480067M02

CHK RF CHIP BEAD INDUCTOR

D0150

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

E1102

2480067M02

CHK RF CHIP BEAD INDUCTOR

D0151

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

D0152

4813978C02

PB FREE, NOT COMPLETELY


ENRICH

D0153

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

E1103

2480067M02

CHK RF CHIP BEAD INDUCTOR

E5801

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

F0301

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

6515076H01

FUSE CHIP SMT TR/1608FF 3A

D0300

4813978C02

PB FREE, NOT COMPLETELY


ENRICH

F0302
F0303

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

D0301

4813978C02

PB FREE, NOT COMPLETELY


ENRICH

FL0200

5185941F33

IC,3V LNR PCM CODEC


FLTR,NOPB

D0303

4813978C02

PB FREE, NOT COMPLETELY


ENRICH

FL5001

9186076Z01

FILTER, BP 3-POLE CER 851-870

FL5002

9186076Z01

FILTER, BP 3-POLE CER 851-870

D0304

4813978C02

PB FREE, NOT COMPLETELY


ENRICH

FL5451

5866506A01

ISOLATOR 806-870MHZ 10W FORWAR

D0305

4813974A21

DIODE ARRAY,SIGNL/SWG,BAS7004

J0301

0986165B02

POWER CONNECTOR MILLENIUM

D0306

4813978C02

PB FREE, NOT COMPLETELY


ENRICH

J0400

0966512A01

20 POS. 0,64 SQ CONNECTOR

J0450

0915064H03

CONNECTOR, ZIF (40 PINS)

D0325

4813978C02

PB FREE, NOT COMPLETELY


ENRICH

J0500

0915064H03

CONNECTOR, ZIF (40 PINS)

J0550

0916162H02

12 POS, FLEX CONNECTOR, SIDE


E

MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

8.1 - 32

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

J0570

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

L5219

2414015B08

2414032F22

4813973A81

CONN, ZIF VERTICAL, 24PINS

IDCTR,WW,8.2NH,5%,600MA,.12O
HM

Q0301

0980521Z04

IDCTR,CHIP,220NH,2%,400MA,.7O
H

L5703

J0600

XSTR,BIP GP SS,DIG,NPN AND


PNP

J5401

0986166B01

MOBILE RF CONNECTOR (BNC)

L5301

2414017Q20

IDCTR,FXD,2.2UH,20%,30MA,.65O
H

L5704

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

Q0302

4813973M07

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,TO-236,,,

L5711

2414032F28

IDCTR,WW,33NH,5%,500MA,.27OH
M,

Q0303

4813973A42

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,SM,SC-59,

Q0304

4813973A42

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,SM,SC-59,

L5712

2414032F41

IDCTR,WW,390NH,10%,200MA,1.5
OH

Q0305

4813973M07

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,TO-236,,,

L5721

2414032F21

IDCTR,WW,6.8NH,5%,600MA,.11O
HM

L0231

2415954H01

INDUCTOR BEAD CHIP

L0232

2415954H01

INDUCTOR BEAD CHIP

L5361

2414017Q20

IDCTR,FXD,2.2UH,20%,30MA,.65O
H

L0301

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

L5001

2414032F22

IDCTR,WW,8.2NH,5%,600MA,.12O
HM

L5363

2414032L25

IDCTR,FXD,2.2UH,20%,30MA,.65O
H

IDCTR,WW,12UH,5%,150MA,3.8OH
M,

L5403

2414032F38

IDCTR,WW,220NH,5%,400MA,.7OH
M,

L5002
L5004
L5005
L5006

2414017Q20
2414032F26
2414032F22
2414032F23

IDCTR,WW,22NH,5%,500MA,.22OH
M,

L5362

L5404

2414032F23

2414032F22

IDCTR,WW,12NH,5%,600MA,.15OH
M,

IDCTR,WW,8.2NH,5%,600MA,.12O
HM

IDCTR,WW,8.2NH,5%,600MA,.12O
HM

L5405

2414032F22

IDCTR,WW,12NH,5%,600MA,.15OH
M,

IDCTR,WW,8.2NH,5%,600MA,.12O
HM

L5421

2479990B02

AIR WOUND COIL/GREEN COLOR


19.

L5007

2414032F28

IDCTR,WW,33NH,5%,500MA,.27OH
M,

L5008

2414032F21

IDCTR,WW,6.8NH,5%,600MA,.11O
HM

L5451

2460591A49

COIL AIR WOUND INDUC 8.01

L5431

2485873L01

ENCAPSULATED AIR WOUND


COIL

L5009

2414017G06

IDCTR,CHIP,8.2NH,5%,300MA,.33O

L5452

2460591A49

COIL AIR WOUND INDUC 8.01

L5011

2414032F43

IDCTR,WW,560NH,10%,170MA,3.5
OH

L5453

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

L5461

2460591A29

COIL AIR WOUND INDUC 6.61

L5462

2460591A29

COIL AIR WOUND INDUC 6.61

L5012

2414032F59

IDCTR,WW,390NH,5%,290MA,1.5O
HM

L5013

2414017G08

IND 12.0 NH 5%

L5501

2484657R01

INDUCTOR BEAD CHIP

L5502

2484657R01

INDUCTOR BEAD CHIP

L5503

2484657R01

INDUCTOR BEAD CHIP

L5551

2414032F38

IDCTR,WW,220NH,5%,400MA,.7OH
M,

L5014

2414017G08

IND 12.0 NH 5%

L5015

2414032F38

IDCTR,WW,220NH,5%,400MA,.7OH
M,

L5016

2414032F38

IDCTR,WW,220NH,5%,400MA,.7OH
M,

L5017

2414017G08

IND 12.0 NH 5%

L5018

2414032F38

IDCTR,WW,220NH,5%,400MA,.7OH
M,

L5019

2488090Y11

INDUCTOR,MULTILAYER,6.8NH,1005

L5126

2414032D23

IDCTR,WW,470NH,5%,490MA,1.3O
HM

L5174

2409092R07

IND CHIP PWR 1008 10 UH SMD

L5175

2409092R07

IND CHIP PWR 1008 10 UH SMD

L5180

2414032D19

IDCTR,WW,220NH,5%,670MA,.5OH
M,

L5190

2414032D30

IDCTR,WW,1UH,5%,320MA,2.8OH
M,C

L5201
L5202
L5203

2414032B57
NOTPLACED
2414032F38

IDCTR,WW,220NH,5%,720MA,.84O
HM

L5552
L5553

2414032F38
2414032F38

L5204

2414032B57

IDCTR,WW,220NH,5%,720MA,.84O
HM

L5218

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

IDCTR,WW,220NH,5%,400MA,.7OH
M,

L5601

2414032F38

IDCTR,WW,220NH,5%,400MA,.7OH
M,

L5603

2414032F25

IDCTR,WW,18NH,5%,600MA,.2OH
M,C

L5604

2414032F38

IDCTR,WW,220NH,5%,400MA,.7OH
M,

L5605

2414032F38

L5731

2414032F38
2414032F38

4813973M07

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,TO-236,,,

Q0341

4813973A13

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,PNP,,TO-236,SO

IDCTR,WW,220NH,5%,400MA,.7OH
M,

Q0342

4813973A42

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,SM,SC-59,

Q0343

4813973M07

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,TO-236,,,

IDCTR,WW,220NH,5%,400MA,.7OH
M,

Q0344

4813973A13

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,PNP,,TO-236,SO

Q0401

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

L5733

2414032F25

IDCTR,WW,18NH,5%,600MA,.2OH
M,C

Q0600

5166540A01

IC,POWER MANAGEMENT,,SM,,,,PB-

L5734

2414032F38

IDCTR,WW,220NH,5%,400MA,.7OH
M,

Q5001

4813973M07

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,TO-236,,,

Q5002

4816097H01

XISTOR FMC2 RH

Q5101

4802197J95

RF TRANSISTOR PBR941

Q5151

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

Q5180

4802197J95

RF TRANSISTOR PBR941

Q5190

4802197J95

RF TRANSISTOR PBR941

Q5201

4802197J95

RF TRANSISTOR PBR941

Q5202

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

XFMR,BALUN,,,,SM

Q5301

4815066H01

UMG5N DIGITAL TRANSISTOR

4813973A42

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,SM,SC-59,

L5735

2414032F38

IDCTR,WW,220NH,5%,400MA,.7OH
M,

L5803

2414032F21

IDCTR,WW,6.8NH,5%,600MA,.11O
HM

L5804

2414032F21

IDCTR,WW,6.8NH,5%,600MA,.11O
HM

L5805

2414032F21

IDCTR,WW,6.8NH,5%,600MA,.11O
HM

L5812

2580443L24

L5813

2414015A13

IDCTR,CHIP,560NH,2%,580MA,1.33

Q5331

L5814

2414017Q20

IDCTR,FXD,2.2UH,20%,30MA,.65O
H

Q5332

4813973A13

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,PNP,,TO-236,SO

Q5351

4802197J95

RF TRANSISTOR PBR941

L5877

2415429H25

CHIP INDUCTOR

Q5352

4813973A13

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,PNP,,TO-236,SO

M0301

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

Q5421

4813976A03

TSTR, 450 MHZ, 8W, 7.5V, PLD 1

M0302

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

Q5431

4888606T14

M5421

2686201B02

HEATSPREADER

XSTR,FET RF POWER,TO270,45W,T

M5422

2686201B02

HEATSPREADER

Q5501

4813973A13

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,PNP,,TO-236,SO

4813973A13

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,PNP,,TO-236,SO

Q0100

4813973M07

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,TO-236,,,

Q5521

Q0101

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

Q5542

4813973A13

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,PNP,,TO-236,SO

4813973A13

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,PNP,,TO-236,SO

Q0150

4815066H01

UMG5N DIGITAL TRANSISTOR

Q5551

Q0152

4815066H01

UMG5N DIGITAL TRANSISTOR

Q5552

4813973A42

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,SM,SC-59,

4813973A13

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,PNP,,TO-236,SO

Q0156

4813973A42

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,SM,SC-59,

Q5553

IDCTR,WW,220NH,5%,400MA,.7OH
M,

Q0157

4813973A42

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,SM,SC-59,

Q5554

4813973A42

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,SM,SC-59,

Q0158

4813973A42

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,SM,SC-59,

Q5559

4813973M07

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,TO-236,,,

Q5601

4885061Y01

XSTR NPN 6V 30UA 12GHZ PBFREE

Q5602

4813973A42

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,SM,SC-59,

Q5604

4815267H01

DBRT UMT1NFTN

L5606

2414032F38

IDCTR,WW,220NH,5%,400MA,.7OH
M,

Q0159

4816147H01

TSTR NPN DRLNGTN MXTA27

Q0160

4813973A42

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,SM,SC-59,

L5607

2414032F22

IDCTR,WW,8.2NH,5%,600MA,.12O
HM

Q0161

4813973A81

XSTR,BIP GP SS,DIG,NPN AND


PNP

IDCTR,FXD,27NH,5%,500MA,.25O
HM

Q0163

L5623

2414032F27

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER


IDCTR,WW,220NH,5%,400MA,.7OH
M,

IDCTR,WW,220NH,5%,400MA,.7OH
M,

L5722

Q0306

L5627
L5628
L5702

NOTPLACED
2414032F24
NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER


IDCTR,WW,15NH,5%,600MA,.17OH
M,
GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

4813973A42

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,SM,SC-59,

Q5605

4815267H01

DBRT UMT1NFTN

Q5621

4885061Y01

XSTR NPN 6V 30UA 12GHZ PBFREE

Q5631

4885061Y01

XSTR NPN 6V 30UA 12GHZ PBFREE

Q5653

4815154H01

DUAL TRANS NPN

Q5671

4813973M07

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,TO-236,,,

Q0164

4813973M07

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,TO-236,,,

Q0200

4813973A42

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,SM,SC-59,

Q0201

4815066H01

UMG5N DIGITAL TRANSISTOR

Q0202

4813973A42

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,SM,SC-59,

Q0203

4813973A42

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,SM,SC-59,

8.1 - 33
Reference

MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual


Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Q5681

4813973M07

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,NPN,,TO-236,,,

R0165

0613952H89

CER CHIP RES 4700 OHM 5% 0603

R0246

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0405

0613952H75

CER CHIP RES 1200 OHM 5% 0603

Q5701

4885061Y01

XSTR NPN 6V 30UA 12GHZ PBFREE

R0166

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

R0300

0613952H73

CER CHIP RES 1000 OHM 5% 0603

R0406

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

R0167

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0301

0613952J22

CER CHIP RES 75K OHM 5 0603

R0409

0613952H67

CER CHIP RES 560 OHM 5% 0603

Q5711

4815055H01

TSTR DUAL NPN/PNP UMH 5

R0168

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

R0302

0613952H95

CER CHIP RES 8200 OHM 5% 0603

R0410

0613952J25

Q5712

4885061Y01

XSTR NPN 6V 30UA 12GHZ PBFREE

R0169

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0303

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

CER CHIP RES 100K OHM 5%


0603

R0170

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

R0304

0613952H89

CER CHIP RES 4700 OHM 5% 0603

R0411

0613952H33

CER CHIP RES 22.0 OHM 5% 0603

R0171

0613952J05

CER CHIP RES 15K OHM 5% 0603

R0305

0613958D85

CER CHIP RES 7500 OHM 1% 0805

R0412

0613952H33

CER CHIP RES 22.0 OHM 5% 0603

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

Q5801

4802197J95

RF TRANSISTOR PBR941

Q5802

4815066H01

UMG5N DIGITAL TRANSISTOR

Q5804

4813973A13

XSTR,BIP GP SS,,PNP,,TO-236,SO

R0100

0613952H89

CER CHIP RES 4700 OHM 5% 0603

R0101

0613952H89

CER CHIP RES 4700 OHM 5% 0603

R0102

0613952H89

CER CHIP RES 4700 OHM 5% 0603

R0105

0613952H25

CER CHIP RES 10.0 OHM 5% 0603

R0106

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0107

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0108

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0111

0613952H25

CER CHIP RES 10.0 OHM 5% 0603

R0113

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

R0115

0613952J22

CER CHIP RES 75K OHM 5 0603

R0117

0613952J12

CER CHIP RES 30K OHM 5 0603

R0118

0613952J05

CER CHIP RES 15K OHM 5% 0603

R0200

R0119

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

R0172

0613952J07

CER CHIP RES 18K OHM 5% 0603

R0306

0613958D09

CER CHIP RES 1210 OHM 1% 0805

R0413

R0173

0613952H81

CER CHIP RES 2200 OHM 5% 0603

R0307

0613958D85

CER CHIP RES 7500 OHM 1% 0805

R0415

0613952H49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5% 0603

R0416

0613952H77

CER CHIP RES 1500 OHM 5% 0603

R0417

0613952H49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5% 0603

R0418

0613952H49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5% 0603

R0420

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0421

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0423

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0424

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0174

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0308

0613958D09

CER CHIP RES 1210 OHM 1% 0805

R0175

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

R0309

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

R0176

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0310

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0177

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0311

0613952H77

CER CHIP RES 1500 OHM 5% 0603

R0178

0613952J25

CER CHIP RES 100K OHM 5%


0603

R0312

0613952E66

CER CHIP RES 47.5K OHM 1 0603

R0179

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0313

0613952E09

CER CHIP RES 12.1K OHM 1%


0603

R0180

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0314

0613952H73

CER CHIP RES 1000 OHM 5% 0603

R0427

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R0181

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0318

0613952E66

CER CHIP RES 47.5K OHM 1 0603

R0428

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

R0182

0613952J25

CER CHIP RES 100K OHM 5%


0603

R0319

0613952E10

CER CHIP RES 12.1K OHM 1%


0603

R0450

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0451

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

0613952H67

CER CHIP RES 560 OHM 5% 0603

R0320

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0452

0613952H81

CER CHIP RES 2200 OHM 5% 0603

R0201

0613952H49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5% 0603

R0321

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0454

0613952J13

CER CHIP RES 33K OHM 5% 0603

R0455

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

R0456

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0457

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R0458

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0120

0613952H89

CER CHIP RES 4700 OHM 5% 0603

R0202

0613952H49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5% 0603

R0322

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0122

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0203

0613952H67

CER CHIP RES 560 OHM 5% 0603

R0323

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R0125

0613952H77

CER CHIP RES 1500 OHM 5% 0603

R0204

0613952J32

CER CHIP RES 200K OHM 5 0603

R0324

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0127

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0205

0613952J32

CER CHIP RES 200K OHM 5 0603

R0325

0613952H89

CER CHIP RES 4700 OHM 5% 0603

R0128

0613952H77

CER CHIP RES 1500 OHM 5% 0603

R0206

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0326

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R0129

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0207

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0327

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0130

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0208

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0328

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0131

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0218

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

R0330

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0132

0613952H67

CER CHIP RES 560 OHM 5% 0603

R0220

0613952H73

CER CHIP RES 1000 OHM 5% 0603

R0331

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0133

0613952J13

CER CHIP RES 33K OHM 5% 0603

R0221

0613952H49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5% 0603

R0332

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0134

0613952H77

CER CHIP RES 1500 OHM 5% 0603

R0222

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

R0341

0613952H89

CER CHIP RES 4700 OHM 5% 0603

R0135

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0223

0613952H89

CER CHIP RES 4700 OHM 5% 0603

R0342

0613952J25

R0136

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0224

0613952J05

CER CHIP RES 15K OHM 5% 0603

CER CHIP RES 100K OHM 5%


0603

R0150

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0225

0613952H73

CER CHIP RES 1000 OHM 5% 0603

R0343

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0151

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0228

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

R0344

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0345

0613952J01

R0346
R0347

R0152

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0237

0613952J05

CER CHIP RES 15K OHM 5% 0603

R0153

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0238

0613952J11

CER CHIP RES 27K OHM 5% 0603

R0154

0613952H81

CER CHIP RES 2200 OHM 5% 0603

R0239

0613952J03

CER CHIP RES 12K OHM 5% 0603

R0155

0613952H81

CER CHIP RES 2200 OHM 5% 0603

R0240

0613952J25

CER CHIP RES 100K OHM 5%


0603

R0156

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0157

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0159

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0160

0613952H89

CER CHIP RES 4700 OHM 5% 0603

R0161

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0162

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0163

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0459

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

R0463

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0464

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0465

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R0466

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0467

0613952H89

CER CHIP RES 4700 OHM 5% 0603

R0468

0613952J25

CER CHIP RES 100K OHM 5%


0603

R0469

0613952H81

CER CHIP RES 2200 OHM 5% 0603

R0470

0613952J25

CER CHIP RES 100K OHM 5%


0603

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

R0473

0613952H59

CER CHIP RES 270 OHM 5% 0603

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0505

0613952H33

CER CHIP RES 22.0 OHM 5% 0603

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0527

0613952H89

CER CHIP RES 4700 OHM 5% 0603

R0348

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R0555

0613952H65

CER CHIP RES 470 OHM 5% 0603

R0349

0613952H49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5% 0603

R0557

0613952H25

CER CHIP RES 10.0 OHM 5% 0603

R0241

0613952J05

CER CHIP RES 15K OHM 5% 0603

R0350

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0559

0613952H25

CER CHIP RES 10.0 OHM 5% 0603

R0242

0613952J35

CER CHIP RES 270K OHM 5%


0603

R0400

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R0562

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R0401

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0571

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0243

0613952J11

CER CHIP RES 27K OHM 5% 0603

R0402

0613952H89

CER CHIP RES 4700 OHM 5% 0603

R0600

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R0244

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

R0403

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

R0601

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R0245

0613952H85

CER CHIP RES 3300 OHM 5% 0603

R0404

0613952H89

CER CHIP RES 4700 OHM 5% 0603

R0602

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

R0603

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5121

R0604

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R5122

R0605

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

R5125

R1101

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R5131

R1102

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R1103

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

R1104

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

0613952H81

CER CHIP RES 2200 OHM 5% 0603

R5186

0613952H65

CER CHIP RES 470 OHM 5% 0603

R5187

0613952H67

CER CHIP RES 560 OHM 5% 0603

0613952H25

CER CHIP RES 10.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5132

0613952H25

R5133

0613952H25

R5134

0613952H25

8.1 - 34

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

0613952J32

CER CHIP RES 200K OHM 5 0603

R5331

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

0613952H59

CER CHIP RES 270 OHM 5% 0603

R5332

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5188

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5333

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5189

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5334

0613952Q49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5 0402

CER CHIP RES 10.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5190

0613952J08

CER CHIP RES 20K OHM 5 0603

R5335

0613952R25

CER CHIP RES 10.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5191

0613952J13

CER CHIP RES 33K OHM 5% 0603

CER CHIP RES 100K OHM 5%


0402

CER CHIP RES 10.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5192

0613952H93

CER CHIP RES 6800 OHM 5% 0603

R5336

0613952R05

CER CHIP RES 15K OHM 5% 0402

0613952R17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0402

R1105

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5140

0613952H33

CER CHIP RES 22.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5193

0613952H49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5% 0603

R5338

R1107

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5144

0613952H81

CER CHIP RES 2200 OHM 5% 0603

R5194

0613952H75

CER CHIP RES 1200 OHM 5% 0603

R5351

0613952Q73

CER CHIP RES 1000 OHM 5 0402

R5352

0613952R17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0402

R5353

0613952Q49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5 0402

R5354

0613952Q89

CER CHIP RES 4700 OHM 5 0402

R5355

0613952Q49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5 0402

R5358

0613952R66

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5361

0613952R17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0402

R5362

0613952Q89

CER CHIP RES 4700 OHM 5 0402

R1108

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5145

0613952H51

CER CHIP RES 120 OHM 5% 0603

R5195

0613952H33

CER CHIP RES 22.0 OHM 5% 0603

R1109

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5146

0613952H49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5% 0603

R5196

0613952J32

CER CHIP RES 200K OHM 5 0603

R1111

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5147

0613952H45

CER CHIP RES 68.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5197

0613952H59

CER CHIP RES 270 OHM 5% 0603

R1112

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5148

0613952H45

CER CHIP RES 68.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5198

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R1113

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R1114

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5149

0613952J25

CER CHIP RES 100K OHM 5%


0603

R5150

0613952H25

CER CHIP RES 10.0 OHM 5% 0603

R1116

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R1131

0613952J25

CER CHIP RES 100K OHM 5%


0603

R5151

0613952H25

CER CHIP RES 10.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5152

0613952H25

CER CHIP RES 10.0 OHM 5% 0603

R1132

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

R5153

0613952H25

CER CHIP RES 10.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5001

0613952R01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0402

R5154

0613952H25

CER CHIP RES 10.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5004

0613952Q46

CER CHIP RES 75.0 OHM 5 0402

R5155

0613952H25

CER CHIP RES 10.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5006

0613952Q73

CER CHIP RES 1000 OHM 5 0402

R5157

0613952J17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0603

R5007

0613952Q25

CER CHIP RES 10.0 OHM 5% 0402

R5158

0613952H59

CER CHIP RES 270 OHM 5% 0603

R5009

0613952R66

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5159

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5010

0613952R01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0402

R5160

0613952H73

CER CHIP RES 1000 OHM 5% 0603

R5199

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5204

0613952H84

CER CHIP RES 3000 OHM 5% 0603

R5205

0613952J03

CER CHIP RES 12K OHM 5% 0603

R5206

0613952H68

CER CHIP RES 620 OHM 5 0603

R5363

0613952Q69

CER CHIP RES 680 OHM 5% 0402

R5364

0613952R66

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5365

0613952H64

CER CHIP RES 430 OHM 5 0603

R5366

0613952H64

CER CHIP RES 430 OHM 5 0603

R5370

0613952R37

CER CHIP RES 330K OHM 5%


0402

R5371

0613952Q81

CER CHIP RES 2200 OHM 5% 0402

R5401

0613952Q53

CER CHIP RES 150 OHM 5% 0402

R5402

0613952Q01

CER CHIP RES 1.0 OHM 5% 0402

R5403

0613952Q01

CER CHIP RES 1.0 OHM 5% 0402

R5404

0613952Q01

CER CHIP RES 1.0 OHM 5% 0402

R5405

0613952Q83

CER CHIP RES 2700 OHM 5% 0402

R5207

0613952H73

CER CHIP RES 1000 OHM 5% 0603

R5208

0613952H64

CER CHIP RES 430 OHM 5 0603

R5209

0613952H61

CER CHIP RES 330 OHM 5% 0603

R5210

0613952H37

CER CHIP RES 33.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5211

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5212

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5213

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5214

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5011

0613952Q73

CER CHIP RES 1000 OHM 5 0402

R5161

0613952H33

CER CHIP RES 22.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5215

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5012

0613952R66

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5162

0613952H33

CER CHIP RES 22.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5216

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5217

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5218

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5219

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5220

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5221

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5222

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5301

0613952H63

CER CHIP RES 390 OHM 5% 0603

R5302

0613952Q61

CER CHIP RES 330 OHM 5% 0402

R5303

0613952Q81

CER CHIP RES 2200 OHM 5% 0402

R5304

0613952Q73

CER CHIP RES 1000 OHM 5 0402

R5311

0613952R66

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5312

0613952Q49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5 0402

R5313

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5314

0613952R13

CER CHIP RES 33K OHM 5% 0402

R5315

0613952Q53

CER CHIP RES 150 OHM 5% 0402

R5316

0613952Q53

CER CHIP RES 150 OHM 5% 0402

R5013

0613952R17

CER CHIP RES 47K OHM 5% 0402

R5163

0613952H33

CER CHIP RES 22.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5014

0613952Q69

CER CHIP RES 680 OHM 5% 0402

R5164

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5015

0613952Q42

CER CHIP RES 51.0 OHM 5% 0402

R5165

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5017

0613952Q73

CER CHIP RES 1000 OHM 5 0402

R5166

0613952H25

CER CHIP RES 10.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5018

0613952Q41

CER CHIP RES 47.0 OHM 5% 0402

R5167

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5019

0613952Q63

CER CHIP RES 390 OHM 5 0402

R5168

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5020

0613952Q63

CER CHIP RES 390 OHM 5 0402

R5169

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5021

0613952Q77

CER CHIP RES 1500 OHM 5% 0402

R5170

0613952H25

CER CHIP RES 10.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5022

0613952Q59

CER CHIP RES 270 OHM 5 0402

R5171

0613952H85

CER CHIP RES 3300 OHM 5% 0603

R5023

0613952Q89

CER CHIP RES 4700 OHM 5 0402

R5172

0613952H33

CER CHIP RES 22.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5024

0613952Q85

CER CHIP RES 3300 OHM 5% 0402

R5176

0613952J13

CER CHIP RES 33K OHM 5% 0603

R5026

0613952Q25

CER CHIP RES 10.0 OHM 5% 0402

R5177

0613952H65

CER CHIP RES 470 OHM 5% 0603

R5028

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5178

0613952H25

CER CHIP RES 10.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5100

0613952H42

CER CHIP RES 51.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5179

0613952H59

CER CHIP RES 270 OHM 5% 0603

R5101

0613952J03

CER CHIP RES 12K OHM 5% 0603

R5180

0613952H85

CER CHIP RES 3300 OHM 5% 0603

R5102

0613952J11

CER CHIP RES 27K OHM 5% 0603

R5181

0613952J19

CER CHIP RES 56K OHM 5% 0603

R5103

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5182

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5321

0613952H49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5% 0603

R5104

0613952H71

CER CHIP RES 820 OHM 5% 0603

R5183

0613952H49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5% 0603

R5322

0613952H49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5% 0603

R5323

0613952H49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5% 0603

R5324

0613952H49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5% 0603

R5105

0613952H33

CER CHIP RES 22.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5184

0613952H75

CER CHIP RES 1200 OHM 5% 0603

R5106

0613952H41

CER CHIP RES 47.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5185

0613952H33

CER CHIP RES 22.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5406

0613952H73

CER CHIP RES 1000 OHM 5% 0603

R5407

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5408

0613959H74

CER CHIP RES 0.0 OHM JMP 1210

R5412

0613952Q49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5 0402

R5413

0613952Q47

CER CHIP RES 82.0 OHM 5% 0402

R5414

0613952R66

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5415

0613952Q49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5 0402

R5416

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5417

0613959Y42

CER CHIP RES 51.0 OHM 5% 2512

R5418

0613952R66

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5419

0613952R66

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5420

0613952H73

CER CHIP RES 1000 OHM 5% 0603

R5421

0613952Q89

CER CHIP RES 4700 OHM 5 0402

R5422

0613952R01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0402

R5430

0613952Q49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5 0402

R5431

0613952H83

CER CHIP RES 2700 OHM 5% 0603

R5451

0613952H53

CER CHIP RES 150 OHM 5% 0603

R5452

0613952H53

CER CHIP RES 150 OHM 5% 0603

R5453

0613952H53

CER CHIP RES 150 OHM 5% 0603

R5454

0613952H52

CER CHIP RES 130 OHM 5% 0603

8.1 - 35
Reference

MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual


Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

R5668

0613952R25

CER CHIP RES 100K OHM 5%


0402

R5845

0613952H83

CER CHIP RES 2700 OHM 5% 0603

U0304

5114014A22

R5846

0613952H89

CER CHIP RES 4700 OHM 5% 0603

IC,LINEAR VOLTAGE REGULATOR,FX

R5847

0613952J22

CER CHIP RES 75K OHM 5 0603

U0305

5114014M39

IC,LINEAR VOLTAGE REGULATOR,FX

R5849

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

U0306

5114014A22

R5850

0613952Q49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5 0402

IC,LINEAR VOLTAGE REGULATOR,FX

R5851

0613952Q49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5 0402

U0307

5166534A01

R5852

0613952Q49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5 0402

LINEAR VOLTAGE REGULATOR,LOW D

R5853

0613952Q49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5 0402

U0308

5114004A35

IC VOLTAGE DETECTOR 2.8V

U0401

5114000B39

IC,BFR,1PER PKG,SM,SOT353,PB-

U0402

5114000B39

IC,BFR,1PER PKG,SM,SOT353,PB-

U0403

5114000B39

IC,BFR,1PER PKG,SM,SOT353,PB-

U0404

5114000B39

IC,BFR,1PER PKG,SM,SOT353,PB-

U0405

5187970L15

IC USB TRANS FULL-SPEED

U0406

5114006A02

PB-FREE, NOTCOMPLETELYENRICHED

U0407

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

U0408

5114019M13

IC BUFFER OCT 3-ST NON-INV

U0410

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

U1100

5166541A01

IC,,,BGA,BGA,DSP56XXX,52MHZ,1
6

R5455

0613952H45

CER CHIP RES 68.0 OHM 5% 0603

R5460

0613952R01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0402

R5461

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5491

0613952R01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0402

R5501

0613952H73

CER CHIP RES 1000 OHM 5% 0603

R5503

0613952J13

CER CHIP RES 33K OHM 5% 0603

R5521

0613952R25

CER CHIP RES 100K OHM 5%


0402

R5669

0613952Q73

CER CHIP RES 1000 OHM 5 0402

R5670

0613952Q73

CER CHIP RES 1000 OHM 5 0402

R5671

0613952Q65

CER CHIP RES 470 OHM 5% 0402

R5672

0613952R08

CER CHIP RES 20K OHM 5 0402

R5681

0613952Q65

CER CHIP RES 470 OHM 5% 0402

R5702

0613952R01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0402

R5522

0613952R12

CER CHIP RES 30K OHM 5% 0402

R5703

0613952Q83

CER CHIP RES 2700 OHM 5% 0402

R5523

0613952Q81

CER CHIP RES 2200 OHM 5% 0402

R5704

0613952Q59

CER CHIP RES 270 OHM 5 0402

R5524

0613952R01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0402

R5705

0613952Q46

CER CHIP RES 75.0 OHM 5 0402

R5533

0613958H17

CER CHIP RES 4.7 OHM 5% 0805

R5707

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5541

0613952R25

CER CHIP RES 100K OHM 5%


0402

R5709

0613952R66

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5710

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5542

0613952R25

CER CHIP RES 100K OHM 5%


0402

R5711

0613952Q71

CER CHIP RES 820 OHM 5% 0402

R5712

0613952Q25

CER CHIP RES 10.0 OHM 5% 0402

R5713

0613952Q75

R5714

0613952Q49

R5715

0613952R66

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5543

0613952Q81

CER CHIP RES 2200 OHM 5% 0402

R5551

0613952R01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0402

R5552

0613952Q83

CER CHIP RES 2700 OHM 5% 0402

R5553

0613959Y51

CER CHIP RES OHM 5% 2512

R5554

0613958H69

CER CHIP RES 680 OHM 5% 0805

R5555

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5601

0613952Q79

CER CHIP RES 1800 OHM 5% 0402

R5602

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5603

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5604

0613952Q80

CER CHIP RES 2000 OHM 5% 0402

R5605

0613952Q37

CER CHIP RES 33.0 OHM 5% 0402

R5607

0613952Q37

CER CHIP RES 33.0 OHM 5% 0402

R5608

0613952Q59

CER CHIP RES 270 OHM 5 0402

R5609

0613952Q57

CER CHIP RES 220 OHM 5% 0402

R5621

0613952R03

CER CHIP RES 12K OHM 5% 0402

R5622

0613952Q83

CER CHIP RES 2700 OHM 5% 0402

R5623

0613952Q68

CER CHIP RES 620 OHM 5% 0402

R5624

0613952Q53

CER CHIP RES 150 OHM 5% 0402

R5625

0613952R66

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5628

0613952R66

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5629

0613952R66

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5630

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5631

0613952Q53

CER CHIP RES 150 OHM 5% 0402

R5632

0613952R09

CER CHIP RES 22K OHM 5% 0402

R5634

0613952Q25

CER CHIP RES 10.0 OHM 5% 0402

R5636

0613952Q33

CER CHIP RES 22.0 OHM 5% 0402

R5637
R5651

NOTPLACED
0613952R05

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER


CER CHIP RES 15K OHM 5% 0402

R5652

0613952Q49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5 0402

R5653

0613952R66

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5654

0613952Q73

CER CHIP RES 1000 OHM 5 0402

R5655

0613952Q73

CER CHIP RES 1000 OHM 5 0402

R5854

0613952Q49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5 0402

R5855

0613952R01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0402

R5856

0613952R01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0402

R5857

0613952R01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0402

R5858

0613952R01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0402

R5859

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5860

0613952H57

CER CHIP RES 220 OHM 5% 0603

R5861

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

CER CHIP RES 1200 OHM 5 0402

R5862

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5 0402

R5863

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

RT5551

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

SH5601

2666500A03

SHIELD VCO

SH5602

2666500A03

SHIELD VCO

SH5701

2666500A03

SHIELD VCO

R5721

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5722

0613952Q77

CER CHIP RES 1500 OHM 5% 0402

R5723

0613952R01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0402

R5725

0613952Q79

CER CHIP RES 1800 OHM 5% 0402

R5726

0613952Q57

CER CHIP RES 220 OHM 5% 0402

R5727

0613952Q80

CER CHIP RES 2000 OHM 5% 0402

R5728

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5731

0613952Q37

CER CHIP RES 33.0 OHM 5% 0402

R5732

0613952Q49

CER CHIP RES 100 OHM 5 0402

R5733

0613952Q59

CER CHIP RES 270 OHM 5 0402

R5734

0613952Q37

CER CHIP RES 33.0 OHM 5% 0402

R5803

0613952H35

CER CHIP RES 27.0 OHM 5 0603

R5804

0613952H47

CER CHIP RES 82.0 OHM 5 0603

SH5702

2666500A03

SHIELD VCO

U1101

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

T5801

2580443L23

XFMR,BALUN,,,,SM

U1102

5,19E+49

IC,FLSH,,128MB,8M X 16,60,SM,B

T5802

2580443L20

XFMR,BALUN

U1103

5185941F11

U0100

5166537A01

TIMER,RTC,DS1306,SM,TSSOP20,
,.

IC,SRAM,32MB,2MX16,PBFR,70NS,

U1104

5114000B39

U0102

5114006A02

PB-FREE, NOTCOMPLETELYENRICHED

IC,BFR,1PER PKG,SM,SOT353,PB-

U1105

5109512F66

IC,VREG,LP2985IM5X-1.8,SM,SOT-

U0103

5114006A02

PB-FREE, NOTCOMPLETELYENRICHED

U5001

5115019H01

3.3V REGULATOR IN SOT23-5 PKG

U5002

5116959H01

MMIC MIXER WITH IF BUFFER

IC,ANLG
SW,,NC7SB3157P6X,SM,SC

U5003

5164852H27

IC, HIGH-LINEARITY LNA

5185963A85

IC-ABACUS III-LP

U0104

5188691V01

R5805

0613952H47

CER CHIP RES 82.0 OHM 5 0603

U0150

5185765B26

IC PWR CTRL IN MOS20

U5101

R5806

0613952H81

CER CHIP RES 2200 OHM 5% 0603

U0201

5114002A17

IC,MUX/DEMUX,SM,SOIC16,3PER
PK

U5102

5115019H01

3.3V REGULATOR IN SOT23-5 PKG

U5103

5115019H01

3.3V REGULATOR IN SOT23-5 PKG

R5807

0613952H57

CER CHIP RES 220 OHM 5% 0603

R5808

0613952H57

CER CHIP RES 220 OHM 5% 0603

U0202

5166544A01

IC CMOS BILATERAL SW

U5104

5114000B39

U0203

5166542A01

IC NONVOLATILE DIGITAL
POTENTI

IC,BFR,1PER PKG,SM,SOT353,PB-

U5105

5114000B39

U0204

5166542A01

IC NONVOLATILE DIGITAL
POTENTI

IC,BFR,1PER PKG,SM,SOT353,PB-

U5201

9166513A01

73.35MHZ CRYSTAL FILTER

U0205

5102463J95

AUDIO PA TDA1519C

U5321

5115019H01

3.3V REGULATOR IN SOT23-5 PKG

U0206

5114016A18

IC,OP AMP,4PER PKG,GP,SOIC,,PB

U5322

5115026H01

IC,LOW DROPOUT,,SM,SOT-23/6,,,

U0207

5189378V12

IC,EEPROM,128K,16K X 8,BGA,AT2

U5331

5185177Y01

IC TESTED AT25016 48 PIN W18

U0300

5164015H94

IC, LM2941, TO DROPOUT REG

U5401

5115678H01

U0301

5164015H94

IC, LM2941, TO DROPOUT REG

VHF/UHF/800/900 MHZ LDMOS


DRIV

U0302

5164015H94

IC, LM2941, TO DROPOUT REG

U5501

5115022H01

IC,TEMP SENS,LM50C,SM,SOT-23

U5701

5105750U56

IC PKG DIE VCO BUFFER

U5702

5185368C18

ESCORT IC IN 16 PIN QFN


PACKAG

R5809

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5810

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5814

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R5816

0613952H69

CER CHIP RES 680 OHM 5 0603

R5819

0613952H47

CER CHIP RES 82.0 OHM 5 0603

R5837

0613952H69

CER CHIP RES 680 OHM 5 0603

R5840

0613952H89

CER CHIP RES 4700 OHM 5% 0603

R5841

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5842

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5843

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R5844

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

U0303

5114014A07

IC,STANDARD POS,,,DPAK,1 PER


P

MTM800 ENH Mobile Radio / Detailed Service Manual

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Parts on the GPS Board (0166502N65)


Motorola PN

Value

8.1 - 36

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

FL2

9180310L39

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

PASSIVE FILTER,SAW,,1.57542GHZNOM,1

3066540B01

CBL, ASSY, RF,. 53MMDIA, 1COND,


DOUBLE S

U5704

2113946K02

CAP CER CHP 0.10UF 16V

Reference

U5808

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C1

2113944A28

CAP CER CHP 18.0PF 50V 5%

U5809

5186988J77

IC,XMTR,,,,SM,BGA,,JAVELIN EPP

C10

2113944A28

CAP CER CHP 18.0PF 50V 5%

J1

0986197B01

CONN ZIF HOR 24 PIN BOT CONT

8466576A01

PCB,DAUGHTER, GPS SUBMODUL

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

3066541B01

CBL,FLT,.3MMDIA,24COND,UNSHL
D,80MML

U5810

5166554A01

ADDAG IC (CMOS), 49
BGA@0.8MM

C11

2113741F25

CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 1000

J2

C12

2113944A28

CAP CER CHP 18.0PF 50V 5%

L1

2414015B16

VR0163

4813977M11

DIODE,ZEN,MBZ5232,SM,SOT23,5.

C14

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

IDCTR,CHIP,27NH,2%,500MA,.25O
HM,CER

C15

2113944A28

CAP CER CHP 18.0PF 50V 5%

L11

2414017P12

IND CER CHIP 8.2 NH 5%

C16

2113741F25

CAP CHIP CL2 X7R REEL 1000

L12

2414017P09

IND CER CHIP 4.7 NH +/-0.3NH

C17

2113944C48

CAP CER CHP 560.OPF 50V 5%

L3

2414015B16

IDCTR,CHIP,27NH,2%,500MA,.25O
HM,CER

C18

2113944C55

CAP CER CHP 2200.OPF 50V 5%

L4

2414015B16

C19

2113944C47

CAP CER CHP 150.0PF 50V 5%

IDCTR,CHIP,27NH,2%,500MA,.25O
HM,CER

C2

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

L5

2414017P17

IND CER CHIP 22.0 NH 5%

C20

2113944C06

CAP CER CHP 470.0PF 50V 5%

L6

2414015B16

IDCTR,CHIP,27NH,2%,500MA,.25O
HM,CER
CER CHIP RES 2000 OHM 5% 0603

VR0300

4813979C17

DIODE,SUPR,,SM,,,,32V,,AVALANC

VR0301

4813977M19

DIODE,ZEN,MBZ5240,SM,SOT23,10

VR0302

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

VR0325

4813977M10

DIODE,ZEN,,,TO-236,5.1V,,,.225

VR0401

4813979C11

DIODE,SUPR,SOT-26/SC-74,15V,.2

VR0402

4813979C11

DIODE,SUPR,SOT-26/SC-74,15V,.2

VR0403

4813979C11

DIODE,SUPR,SOT-26/SC-74,15V,.2

VR0405

4813979P10

DIODE ARRAY,TRANSIENT PROTECTI

C21

2113944C45

CAP CER CHP 100.0PF 50V 5%

C22

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

R10

0613952H80

C23

2313960F04

CAP TANT 33 UF 10% 16V 6032-28

R12

0613959Y32

CER CHIP RES 20.0 OHM 5% 2512

R14

0613958D51

CER CHIP RES 3320 OHM 1% 0805

R15

0613952J86

RES,MF,33KOHM,1%,.1W,SM,0603,
200PPM

VR0406

4813977M36

DIODE,ZEN,MBZ5257,SM,SOT23,33

C24

2113944C47

CAP CER CHP 150.0PF 50V 5%

C25

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

VR0407

4813977M36

DIODE,ZEN,MBZ5257,SM,SOT23,33

C26

2313960D07

CAP TANT 10 UF 10% 16V 3528-21

VR5401

4813977M11

DIODE,ZEN,MBZ5232,SM,SOT23,5.

C27

2313960F04

CAP TANT 33 UF 10% 16V 6032-28

C28

2113944C45

CAP CER CHP 100.0PF 50V 5%

C29

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

W5601

4802245J57

COAXIAL CERAMIC INDUCTOR


SMD

C3

2113946F05

W5701

4802245J57

COAXIAL CERAMIC INDUCTOR


SMD

CAP,CHIP,10UF,,+10%,-10%,6.3VDC,08

C30

2313960F04

CAP TANT 33 UF 10% 16V 6032-28

R16

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R17

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

R18

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

R19

0613952E69

CER CHIP RES 51.1K OHM 1%


0603

R20

0613958D01

CER CHIP RES 1000 OHM 1% 0805

R21

0613952E85

CER CHIP RES 75.0K OHM 1%


0603

Y0101

4809995L05

XTAL QUARTZ 32.768KHZ CC4V-T1

C31

2113944C47

CAP CER CHP 150.0PF 50V 5%

Y5362

5102463J88

REF OSC, 16.8 MHz, 0.8PPM, SMD

C32

2313960D07

CAP TANT 10 UF 10% 16V 3528-21

R22

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C33

2113944C45

CAP CER CHP 100.0PF 50V 5%

R23

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

C37

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

R24

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

C38

2113944A28

CAP CER CHP 18.0PF 50V 5%

R25

0613952E69

C39

2113944A33

CAP CER CHP 47.0PF 50V 5%

CER CHIP RES 51.1K OHM 1%


0603

C4

2113946F05

CAP,CHIP,10UF,,+10%,-10%,6.3VDC,08

R26

0613952J25

CER CHIP RES 100K OHM 5% 0603

R27

0613958D51

CER CHIP RES 3320 OHM 1% 0805

C40

2113945D04

CAP CER CHP 100,000PF 25V 10%

R28

0613952J25

CER CHIP RES 100K OHM 5% 0603

C41

2113944A33

CAP CER CHP 47.0PF 50V 5%

R29

0613952Q70

CER CHIP RES 750 OHM 5% 0402

C42

2113944A05

CAP CER CHP 1.5PF 50V 0.25PF

R30

0613952G67

CER CHIP RES 0.0 +/-0.050 OHM

C43

2113944A28

CAP CER CHP 18.0PF 50V 5%

R5

0613952J01

CER CHIP RES 10K OHM 5% 0603

C5

2113946F05

CAP,CHIP,10UF,,+10%,-10%,6.3VDC,08

U1

5164015H94

IC, LM2941, TO DROPOUT REG

U2

5104187K94

IC LP2986ILDX-3.3 VLTG REG

C6

2113944A28

CAP CER CHP 18.0PF 50V 5%

U3

5104187K94

IC LP2986ILDX-3.3 VLTG REG

C7

2113944A28

CAP CER CHP 18.0PF 50V 5%

U4

5109841C71

C8

2113944A28

CAP CER CHP 18.0PF 50V 5%

IC,MICROP,,,SM,,,,FEATURES
MEMORY &

D1

4813978C02

PB FREE, NOT COMPLETELY


ENRICHED

U5

5164015H55

IC,RF AMPLIFIER,,UPC8211TK,SM,,,18.

E1

7686949J08

FERRITE BEAD CHIP-0603 SIZE

U6

5114000B39

IC 1 GATE 2-INPUT NOR

E2

7686949J08

FERRITE BEAD CHIP-0603 SIZE

VR1

4813977C23

DIODE 13V 'H3' MMSZ5243BT1

E3

7686949J08

FERRITE BEAD CHIP-0603 SIZE

Y1

4809718L20

FL1

9180310L38

PASSIVE FILTER,SAW,BANDPASS,1.57542

OSC,TCXO,26MHZ,SM,,,,,MDL
3.2X2.5X1

Y2

NOTPLACED

GCAM DUMMY PART NUMBER

Note: For optimum performance, diodes, transistors


and integrated circuits must be ordered by
MOTOROLA part numbers.

Note: For optimum performance, diodes, transistors


and integrated circuits must be ordered by
MOTOROLA part numbers.

CONTROL HEADS: SCHEMATICS, PCBs and PARTS LISTS

MTM800 ENH Mobile Terminal / Detailed Service Manual

8.2 - 1

CHAPTER 8.2

CONTROL HEADS: SCHEMATICS, PCBs and PARTS LISTS

Enhanced Control Head


Expansion Head
Remote Mount Head
Motorcycle Control Head

24
TP406
Q405
C415

Q404
Q401

C414

TP402

PCB / ENHANCED_CONTROL_HEAD / BOTTOM & TOP SIDE (PCB: 8466586A01_A)


C416

J603

M1

06

C545

Q500

U510

C506

C540

C541
TP522

M108

R288

R289

R328

Q322

R326

C504

TP523

C502

Q507

L507

R329

TP301

TP107

TP106

VR101
C121

D101

R327

TP104

C108

U211

TP521

C110

R101

TP204
Q323
C103
R103

C102
C104

C546

Q501

U511

D504

R334

D505

R505

D503

R506

Q506

C512

C109

R290

R503

L502

L501

R314

R550

D510

Q502

C547

U512

R348

R346

C509

Q325

R551

D511

TP524

R347

U503

R343

U210

39

R531

TP511
D506

R532

Q504

R541

U328

D502

R341

M201
40

C534

VR501

R548

Q505
C544

R335
C328

R258
C293
R296
C228
C229

R260

R259

R444

R442

R441

R443

C233

U352

C234

C402

M115

R355

C514

R325

10

R529

U326

Q508

C637

R228
C241

C518 C519

C635

R401

R542

C636

1
R287

U513

C633

R404

C631

Q503

R361

R354

C226

R269

R268

R265

R285

R284

R283

D350

R102

TP403

R403

C629

12
C533

C634

R234

C632

TP505

R544

U327

Q202

R547

C630

C407

C542

U321

C529

VR502

C627

SH502

TP525

R540

R342

C610

R345

TP310

C628

R406

R543

C626

VR401

R549

TP527

R504

U322

TP260

Q352

C625

TP261

R502

40

C112

R332

TP410

C624

C113

C352

C623

R414

TP311

C621

TP401

Q327

C619

C116

Q326

C326

C230

R357

C622

Q403

C350

R344

C620

C410
Q351

R350

Q324
R360

C324
R333

C618

TP102

U324

C617

TP504

D513

C325

R337
R336

C615

C535

D304

U422

R339

R435

U350

U421
R338

TP203

C405

Q350

R436
R545

R426 R424

Q411

C616

C115

R427

R430
Q412

C609 C608
C611
C612
C613
C614

C406

C203
R352 R351

Q410

R425

C285

C606

C114

R359

C607

M109

Q353

R340

20

TP513
C605

14

C422

TP411

C604

7
R429

R297

C601

J202

R428

C290

C269

C227

R358

C602

R533

TP250

R609

11

R231

R223

10
R232

R602

Y202

C421

TP202

R423

R421

C294

AA21

R218

R152

C273
C274
C287

U420

R608

D507

R154

C289

R219

R603

C517

R156
C268
C270

R214

TP508

R157

C266

C282
C261
C262
C263
C283
C264
C265
C267
C284

A21

R607

M110

R415

C202

R153

C286

R295

U202
R217

R213
C277
C276

C271
C272

R422

C201
R151

C279
R215
C288

C205

U201

R262 R261

U203

C275

R155

R216

TP201
R222

C278

C280

M116

R201

R202 R236

Y201

R207

R208

AA1

R209

C255
C256
C281
C257
C258

C403

C401

C225

M114

C404

U404

G2

C531

R204 R220
R203 R237

R210

R227

TP232

TP234

TP233

R282

R281

R266
R267

R274

R273

R272

R271

R270

R280

R279

R278

R277

R276

R275

TP241
U402

R614

TP407

R225

C259
C260

C295

A9

U403

R612

R224

C292
C291

TP236

C220

C221

TP230

TP235

U401

R604

TP506

R205

R206

R211

U206
R226

R320

R256

U302

TP242

R606

TP302
R212

R230

C204

R221

U205

R166 R165 R164 R163 R168

R167

C409

R162

R248

TP205

C206

R313
R257

C223

C231

A1

R315

J401

R249

R240

R286

C242

G8

R605

12

20
R160 R161

U209
R241

R233

M103

R316

TP101
R255

11

R247

R246

R254

C224

R235

R324 R331

J1

R611

TP501

J102

TP502

R253

R322 R330

R323

M102

C101

TP1
R245

D301

U208

TP239

R613

Y501

M113

R321

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C327

G1

C530
4

TP503

R242

U207

TP237

R610

R524

G1

TP240

R400

R521

U204

J9

R399

R523
R250

U301

R243

Q301
TP238

R412

TP2
R304

R303

TP231

R413

C520

R317 R306

R305

U323

R417

R508 R509

A8

R440

C526
R251

TP307

R416

C521

U304

C232

TP303
TP305
TP304
TP306
R319 R312

R318
U303

M112

R311

R309 R310

U325

R407

R537
R308

R244

R252

10
Q305

TP251

R408

R510 R511

U502

R307

TP308

R409

R539
R301
C301

C522
R512

J101

R507

D302

R410

TP512
U504

R535

S401

R411

C536
U505

L504

C413

R538
U507
R534

M111

L503

R536

R514 R513 R515

C528

U508

C527

R522

16

R520

U506

U515

U509

S501
D402

TP404

05

D401

M101

M1

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SH201
TP405

M104

SH501

C515

C507

C508

C510

C513

U501

C511

D501

TP520
C505

R501 C516

C501

C503

TP526

L505

R530

M107

R405
C408

R402

J403

C523 C524

TP509
1

C525

TP510

C118
8
11

TP252

Q201
C243

C244
C245

R264

R291

J201

R263

C532

C120

C107

C105

VR102

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D101
SR05
1

VR101
5.6V

K4

KPD_BL_ON_OFF

J102-2

KPD_BL

KPD_BL

J102-3

LED_EMERG

LED_EMERG

LED_EMERG

J102-6

LED_GREEN

LED_GREEN

LED_GREEN

NC

LED_RED

LED_RED

NC

KPD_BL

TP107

TP104

NC

J102-4

FRONT_D+

J102-5

LED_RED
J101-2

FRONT_ONE_WIRE

220

R314

J101-4

GPIO_3_PTT

C120
HANDSET_AUDIO
33

R101

J102-7

10uF
16V

J101-5

SPI_CLK

SPI_CLK

SPI_CS2

SPI_CS2

User_Input_Block

NC

J102-10

NC

J102-11

SPI_MISO

J102-12

SCI_TX

SPI_MOSI

SPI_MOSI

J102-13

GND
GND

J102-14

220

GPIO_4_HOOK

R316

220

GPIO_0_PWR

BUS+
RSW_1

USB_VBUS

C104
470pF

C105
470pF

C108
470pF

C107
33pF

C103
33pF

C110
82pF

C109
470pF

C102
470pF

RSW_1

C101
470pF

C112
470pF

SCI_TX
KEYPAD_ROW(4:0)

KEYPAD_ROW(4:0)

ONE_WIRE

ONE_WIRE

RSW_1

RSW_2

RSW_2

RSW_2

RSW_INT

RSW_INT

RSW_INT

RADIO_COM_RX

RADIO_COM_RX

REAR_ONE_WIRE

RADIO_COM_RX

RADIO_COM_TX

RADIO_COM_TX

RADIO_COM_TX

RADIO_COM_EN

RADIO_COM_EN

RADIO_COM_EN

BUS_ENABLE

BUS_ENABLE

BUS_ENABLE

HANDSET_AUDIO

MIC

LOCK_ON

MIC

KPD_BL
POR

KPD_BL
PWM_R_G
POR

PWM_R_G

SCI_TX

END_ON_OFF

SCI_TX

POR

KPD_BL
PWM_R_G

BUS+
LOCK_ON

PWM_R_G

END_ON_OFF

ONE_WIRE

REAR_ONE_WIRE

GPIO_3_PTT

FRONT_ONE_WIRE

GPIO_0_PWR

GPIO_4_HOOK

FRONT_D-

FRONT_D+

HANDSET_AUDIO

USB_VBUS

C116
470pF

R315

C118
82pF

J101-9
J101-10

KEYPAD_COL(5:0)

KEYPAD_COL(5:0)

MIC

C115
82pF

33

C114
470pF

10

R103

C113
470pF

R102

J101-8

BUS+

ON_OFF_CONTROL

ON_OFF_CONTROL

REAR_ONE_WIRE

POR

REAR_ONE_WIRE

KEYPAD_COL(5:0)
LCD_BL
USB_D+

USB_D-

LCD_BL

USB_D+
USB_D-

LCD_BL
USB_D+
USB_D-

KEYPAD_ROW(4:0)
POR
CTRL_IN
ON_RADIO

GPIO_0

GPIO_0

GPIO_1

GPIO_1

GPIO_2

GPIO_2

GPIO_3

GPIO_3

GPIO_4

GPIO_4

GPIO_0_DIR

GPIO_0_DIR

GPIO_1_DIR

GPIO_1_DIR

GPIO_2_DIR

GPIO_2_DIR

GPIO_3_DIR

GPIO_3_DIR

GPIO_4_DIR

GPIO_4_DIR

USB1_GPIO

USB1_GPIO

USB1_DET
USB1_MODE_SEL
USB1_PUEN

USB1_DET
USB1_MODE_SEL
USB1_PUEN

GPIO_0

CH_REQUEST

GPIO_2

PROG

GPIO_3

ON_HOLD

VBUS_FET_ENA

M116 NU

M114 NU

M113 NU

M115 NU

M112 NU

M111

M110 NU

M109

M108 NU

M107 NU

M106

M105

M104

M103 NU

VBUS_OC_DET

ONE_WIRE_SEL

VBUS_FET_ENA
VBUS_OC_DET

USB_VBUS_ENA
USB_FRONT_REAR

USB_FRONT_REAR

GCAI_OPT_5V_EN
GCAI_PWR_ON_CLR
GCAI_PWR_ON_SENSE

GCAI_OPT_5V_EN
GCAI_PWR_ON_CLR
GCAI_PWR_ON_SENSE

GCAI_ON

MCLK
32KHz

USB_5V

RM_ON

SPI_CLK

SPI_CS2

SPI_CS2
SPI_MISO

SPI_MOSI

SPI_MOSI

ON_HOLD
MCLK
32KHz

SCI_TX

Remote_Block

GCAI_ON

GPIO_3_DIR
GPIO_4_DIR
USB1_GPIO
USB1_DET
USB1_MODE_SEL
USB1_PUEN

AN_2
AN_3
DASH_REM
I2C_SCL

AN_2
AN_3
DASH_REM
I2C_SCL
I2C_SDA

AN_2
AN_3
DASH_REM
I2C_SCL
I2C_SDA

ONE_WIRE_SEL
RX

RX

RX

TX

TX

TX

VBUS_FET_ENA

CTS

CTS

CTS

VBUS_OC_DET

RTS

RTS

RTS

GPIO_REQ

GPIO_REQ

USB_VBUS_ENA
USB_FRONT_REAR

SSI_CLK

GCAI_OPT_5V_SET

SSI_TXD

SSI_CLK
SSI_FS
SSI_RXD
SSI_TXD

SSI_CLK
SSI_FS
SSI_RXD
SSI_TXD

GCAI_OPT_5V_EN
GCAI_PWR_ON_CLR
GCAI_PWR_ON_SENSE

USB2_PUEN
USB2_RCV
USB2_SPEED

USB2_TXEN

REAR_D-

DC_Block

SPI_CLK
SPI_MISO

GPIO_2_DIR

USB2_TXD

REAR_D+

PROG

GCAI_ON

USB2_SUSP

Connectivity_Block

ON_OFF_CONTROL

CH_REQUEST

ON_HOLD

MCLK

USB2_SE0
GCAI_ON

ON_RADIO

PROG

32KHz

SSI_FS
GCAI_OPT_5V_SET

CTRL_IN

CH_REQUEST

GPIO_1_DIR

SSI_RXD
GCAI_OPT_5V_SET

LOCK_ON

POR

CTRL_IN

BUS+

GPIO_REQ
USB_VBUS_ENA

END_ON_OFF

GPIO_4

I2C_SDA
ONE_WIRE_SEL

POR

ON_RADIO

GPIO_1

GPIO_0_DIR

GND

SPI_MISO

J101-6
J101-7

GND
ON_OFF_CONTROL
FLT_A+
INT_MIC
BUS+
HANDSET_AUDIO
5VD

J102-8
J102-9

J101-3

M102

GPIO_4_HOOK
GPIO_0_PWR

J101-1

M101 NU

FRONT_ONE_WIRE
GPIO_3_PTT
HANDSET_AUDIO
USB_DGND
USB_VBUS
INT_MIC
USB_D+

12 pol.

KPD_BL_ON_OFF

KPD_BL_ON_OFF

1
FRONT_D-

K2

K1

K3

MIC CONNECTOR
J101

J102

TP102

TP101

J102-1

TP106
6

FLT_A+

MIC

Processor_Memory_Block
3

HANDSET_AUDIO

C121
470pF

VR102
MMQA20VT1
A2

A1 2

USB2_PUEN
USB2_RCV
USB2_SE0

USB2_PUEN
USB2_RCV
USB2_SE0

USB2_SPEED

USB2_SPEED

USB2_SUSP

USB2_SUSP

USB2_TXD

USB2_TXD

USB2_TXEN

USB2_TXEN

USB2_VM

USB2_VM

USB2_VM

USB2_VP

USB2_VP

USB2_VP

USB_5V
REAR_D+
REAR_DRM_ON

ENHANCED_CONTROL_HEAD / Schematic sheet 1 (PCB: 8466586A01_A)

USB_5V
REAR_D+
REAR_DRM_ON

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BOOT_USB1

VCC_2.8

VCC

VCC

GND

GND

R203
100K

R205
0
NU

R204
100K
NU

R206
100K
NU

VCC

R202
100K
NU

VCC_2.8
U207-2
PWR_GND

GND

VCC_2.8

R201
100K
NU

U206-2
PWR_GND

BOOT

BVLZ

RESET

MODE

VCC_2.8

WAKE

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NU
SH201
SHIELD

U210-2
PWR_GND

CS3

TEST

USB2_SE0
USB2_SPEED
R209
100K
NU

R210
100K

R211
100K

R212
100K

VCC_2.8

VCC_2.8

CS0

RADIO_COM_TX
RADIO_COM_RX
R231
10K

R237
10K

R236
10K
NU

U207-1
74VHC125

R233
VCC_2.8
10K

Y12

TP201

J20
R12
U20

OE

USB2_SUSP

INI_SEL

AA20

TP202

P12
W19

POR

VCC_2.8

W13
V18

VCC_2.8

RSW_1
RSW_2

C201
0.1uF
NU

OUT

R213

MCLK

GND
3

Y2

32KHz

W3
R221

TP204

10MEG

R10

Y201
NC
3

VCC_2.8
10K

Y202
CC4V
32.768KHz
NU

2
A

SPI_CS2

C203
18pF
NU

SPI_CLK

Y17

W18
Y18
V17

C204
18pF

AA19
Y19

C205
18pF

V16

T20

PROG

T19
V8

AN_2
GPIO_0_DIR

N15
U19

SPI_CLK
LCD_BL

M20

LCD_BL
VBUS_OC_DET

N21
N19

TP203

N18

GPIO_4_DIR
ONE_WIRE

N20
W8

LCD_SD

Y8

GPIO_3_DIR
NC

GPIO_0
USB_VBUS_ENA
USB_FRONT_REAR
USB1_MODE_SEL

P18
M14
R19
R18

USB1_DET

SIGNALS

BVLZ

COM_SHUTDOWN

RX2
RTS2

UART2

CONF

CTS2
BDCLK2

OSC32K_OUT

TX3

UART3

RX3

CLK32K_IN

GPIO_17

CLK32K_OUT

GPIO_40
OSC1_IN

CLOCKS

OSC1_OUT

MCBSP1_CLKS
MCBSP1_BCLK

COM_MCLK_REQ

GPIO_53

COM_MCLK_OUT

GPIO_52
GPIO_51

U210-1
74VHC125

10K

W5

Y5

TCK

MCBSP2_CLKR

NTRST

MCBSP2_CLKX
MCBSP2_RSYNC

TMS

MCBSP2_XSYNC

JTAG

MCBSP2_DOUT

TDI
NEMU0

MCBSP2

MCBSP2_DIN

MCBSP3

MCBSP3_CLK

NEMU1
MPUIO_5
MCSI1_BCLK

MPUIO_4

MCSI1_SYNC

ARMIO

MCSI1_DOUT

MPUIO_2
MPUIO_1

MCSI1_DIN

MCSI1

GPIO_15

MCSI2_CLK

GPIO_14

MCSI2_SYNC

GPIO_13

MCSI2_DOUT

GPIO_12

MCSI2

MCSI2_DIN

GPIO_11
GPIO_9

WIRE_SCLK

GPIO_8

GPIO_46

GPIO

GPIO_7

GPIO_47
GPIO_45

GPIO_6
UWIRE

GPIO_4

GPIO_44

GPIO_3
GPIO_2

USB_DM

GPIO_1

USB_DP

GPIO_0

USB

10K

L14
Y15
W15

LED_EMERG
NC

LED_RED

G20

ONE_WIRE_SEL
GPIO_REQ
LED_GREEN
GPIO_1_DIR
GPIO_2_DIR

G21
H15
H18
H20

USB_PUEN

V7
Y6

R224

W7

R225

SSI_TXD
SSI_RXD

P10
W16

USB2_TXEN

P14

USB2_VM
USB2_VP
USB2_TXD
USB2_RCV

AA17
W14
V15
Y10
V9
W9

ON_RADIO
NC
LCD_SWAP

AA9

BUS_ENABLE

V19

USB1_GPIO
SPI_MOSI
SPI_MISO
AN_3
ON_HOLD

W21
U18
N14
P15
R8

USB_DUSB_D+
USB1_PUEN

P9
W4

SPI_MOSI

J202-11

R163

TCK_RET
TCK

J202-12

R164

J202-13

R165

EMU0

J202-14

R166

R151

100K

TRST

J202-1

R167

R152

100K

GND

J202-2

PIN removed

J202-3

R153

100K

R154

100K

R230
10K

R219
10K

R214
10K

R232
10K

4.7K
100K

R157

4.7K

GND

R168

R155
NU R156

10 11 12 13 14
PD

NC

TRST-

VCC_2.8

TDI

VCC_2.8

TMS

SPI_MISO

EMU1

R162

J202-7

SSI_FS

AA5

GND

R161

J202-6

SSI_CLK

GND

R160

J202-9

J202-5

R227
NU

R218
10K

J202-8

J202-4

R226
NU

W6

VCC_2.8

J202-10

GND
EMU1

INI_SEL

R235
10K

PD
TDO

GND

R228

M18

INI_SEL

TDI

GND

KPD_BL

Y4

0.1uF

TMS

R223

R9

MCBSP1

RTCK_NBSCAN

MPUIO_3

NC

V6

R220

OSC32K_IN

TDO

NC

TP205

C206

NU

TX2

R14

Pin removed

J202

P19
P20

VCC_3.3_EN

JTAG

M15

GENERAL

RESET_MODE

W17

INI_SEL

CTS1

GND

C202
18pF
NU

4
Y
OE

SPI_CS2

IN

V5

XTAL
12MHz

OUT
GND1

U206-1
74VHC125

R234
R217
470K
NU

R222
10MEG
NU

R216
10MEG
NU

P13

RTS1

UART1

MPU_NRESET
NRESET_OUT

AA15

JTAG
VCC_2.8

8 x 33

ENHANCED_CONTROL_HEAD / Schematic sheet 2 (PCB: 8466586A01_A)

EMU0

NC

R13

NC

NC

IN

V13
AA13

NRESPWRON

Y14
V14

TCK

10K

TX1
RX1

TCK_RET

VCC

VCC

GND

U203
NL17SZ14
NU

R215

ON_OFF
ARM_BOOT

TDO

VCC_1.5

GND

U202
MC74HC1GU04D
NU

GPIO_1
GPIO_2
GPIO_3
GPIO_4

U201-2
SERIAL_BLOCK

R208
100K
NORM

OE

R207
100K

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VCC_1.8

U208-1
NC7SZ32
VCC_1.8

VCC_1.8
U209
MC74LVX373

8.2 - 5

VCC

C231
0.1uF

GND

C232
0.1uF

FLASH_CONTROL(12:0)

5
VCC

20

EN_LE
EN_OE

FLASH_DATA(15:0)

10

11

12

12

13

15

14

16

15

19

Q0

D0

Q1

D1

Q2

D2

Q3

D3

Q4

D4

Q5

D5

Q6

D6
GND

U208-2
PWR_GND

Q7

D7

IDC0

IDC1

IDC2

Board ID 0

13

Board ID 1

14

Board ID 2

R242
10K

R243
10K

R245
10K
NU

R244
10K

R247
10K
NU

R246
10K

17
18

DASH/REM

DASH_REM

10

GCAI_PWR_ON_CLR
GCAI_OPT_5V_SET
GCAI_PWR_ON_SENSE
GCAI_OPT_5V_EN

R241
10K
NU

R240
10K
NU

11
1

R249
10K

R248
10K

R250
10K
NU

R251
10K
NU

R254
10K
NU

R253
10K

R252
10K
NU

R255
10K

12

F3
F2

15

E2

A7

D7

A8

D8

A9

D9

A10

D10

A11

D11

A12

D12

A13

D13

A14

D14

A15
A16

D15

A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22

F_ADV

R4

B5

F_RST

T2

10

T3

E8

11

P8

D8

12

U1

C8

13

U3

B8

14

T4

A8

15

V3

B7

A7

J8

C7

D3

A2

C1

B2

10

E4

C2

11

D2

A1

12

F4

B1

13

E3

C1

14

J7

D2

15

F3

D1

16

10

G4

D4

17

11

G3

B6

18

12

G2

A6

19

13

K8

C6

20

14

H4

B3

21

15

H3

C3

22

16

K7

D7

23

17

J2

24

18

J4

19

J3

20

F2

21

L8

22

K4

23

K3

24

L7

NC

FLASH_DATA(15:0)

NC

E1

FDATA_6
FDATA_7
FDATA_8

SADD_1
SADD_2
SADD_3

FDATA_9
FDATA_10
FDATA_11
FDATA_12
FDATA_13

SADD_4
SADD_5
SADD_6
SADD_7
SADD_8

FDATA_14

SADD_9

FDATA_15

SADD_10
SADD_11

FADD_1

SADD_12

FADD_2

SADD_13

FADD_3
FADD_4

SDATA_0

FADD_5

SDATA_1

FADD_6

SDATA_2

FADD_7

SDATA_3

FADD_8
FADD_9
FADD_10

SDATA_4

FADD_11
FADD_12
FADD_13
FADD_14
FADD_15
FADD_16
FADD_17
FADD_18
FADD_19

SDATA_5
SDATA_6
SDATA_7
SDATA_8
SDATA_9
SDATA_10
SDATA_11
SDATA_12
SDATA_13
SDATA_14
SDATA_15

B2

B6

A1

G10

B9

R259
0
NU

G12

G11

SDCLK

G9

B12

F2

SD_WE

F9

B8

10

SD_CS
SD_CAS

G9

H10

11

SD_RAS

F8

H9

12

SDCLK_EN

F3

H11

R260

NC

F7

H7

D6

H8

C6

J8

C5

J7

D7

J3

D5

J2

C7

H3

C4

H2

D8

H1

C10

G3

D14

10

H9

D11

10

11

G2

C13

11

C11

12

SD_BA0

G7

D13

13

SD_BA1

G8

D12

14

C12

15

CLK

DQ0

WE

DQ1

CS

DQ2

CAS

DQ3

RAS

DQ4

U205

CKE

FADD_20
FADD_21
FADD_22
FADD_23
FADD_24

SDRAM_ADDRESS(12:0)

FADD_25

SDRAM_CONTROL(9:0)
FLASH_ADDRESS(24:1)
SDRAM_DATA(15:0)

ENHANCED_CONTROL_HEAD / Schematic sheet 3 (PCB: 8466586A01_A)

TP242

C4

SADD_0

FDATA_5

TP241

R3

C7

R2

A7

VDDQ4

10

D3

F_WP

VDDQ3

D6

NC

A2

B3

P7

C234
1.0uF

C233
0.1uF

NC

VDDQ2

D4

VDDQ1

DQS_L

FDATA_4

C230
0.1uF

6.3V

J9

F_EN_WE

DQS_H

FDATA_3

A9

C5

FDATA_2

C8
C14

C229
0.1uF

C228
0.1uF

C227
0.1uF

C226
0.1uF

C225
0.1uF

VDD3

P4

D10

E7

P2

VDD2

NSDQML

G8

VDD1

F_EN_OE

NSDQMU

FDATA_1

B4

TP240

F_EN_CE

F8

CS_SDRAM

H7

TP238

TP236

E7

FDATA_0

NSCAS

C3

DQ5
DQ6

MT48H8M16LF

A0

DQ7

A1

DQ8

A2

DQ9

A3

DQ10

A4

DQ11

A5

DQ12

A6

DQ13

A7

DQ14

A8

DQ15

A9
A10

LDQM

A11

UDQM

BA0

NC1

BA1

NC2
VSSQ4

13
14

D6

N7

FRDY

NSRAS

VSSQ3

D5

A6

N2

SBANK_1

VCC_1.8

D7

12

D5

SBANK_0

NFWP

VSSQ2

F4

A5

FLASH_DATA(15:0)

NFWE
FCLK

B3

VSSQ1

F5

A4

D4

11

NSWE

H8

B7

10
11

A3

D3

F_CLK

NFRP

H12

C3

F6

D2

B4

N4

SDCLK_EN

R258
33

C9

A3

V2

NFOE

D9 NC

VSS3

G7

12

SDCLK

E3

G1

N3

SDCLKX

VSS2

7
8

V4

11

NFCS_3

VSS1

E3

10

GPIO_5

J1

G3

A2

VSS1

D1

VSS2

E4

A1

F1

G5

W2

A3

D0

G2

E5

A0

VSSQ1

RESET

VSSQ2

E6

ADV

G8

F7

8
9

NFCS_2

A1

WP

28F128W18BD60

U4
W1

GPIO_16

TP239

EN_WE

U204
WAIT

TP232

TP230

A4

G4

E1

CLK
EN_CE
EN_OE

D3

VCC1

VCC2

G6

A5
VPP

VCCQ1

VCCQ2

R257
0

TP235

0.1uF

TP231

0.1uF

N8

TP233

0.1uF

0.1uF

C224

P3

NFCS_1

TP237

C223

C221

TP234

C220

M4

CONTROL

NC

NFCS_0

ADDRESS

Y1

NFBE_1

ADDRESS

M3

EIM_BLOCK

DATA

M7

U201-1

NFBE_0

CONTROL

NC
4

NFADV

DATA

M8

R256
10K

DATA

L3
VCC_1.8

ADDRESS

L4

A8

B9

B8

C9

C8

D9

D8

E9

E1

D2

D1

10

C2

11

C1

12

B2

13

B1

14

A2

15

E8 SD_LDQM

F1

SD_UDQM

G1
E2

12
NC

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LCD_BL

LCD_BL

VCC_2.8

SPI_CS2

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SPI_CLK

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SPI_CS2

KEYPAD_ROW(4:0)
3

VCC_2.8

R286
1.5K

M201

VCC_2.8

CONTACT

V11
M19

KPD_BL_ON_OFF
CH_REQUEST
VBUS_FET_ENA
RSW_INT

H19
J15
L18
L15

INI_SEL

L19
NC

RTS
CTS
RX
TX
RADIO_COM_EN
CTRL_IN
USB2_PUEN

K14
K15
K19
K18
J14
J19
J18
T18

I2C_SCL
I2C_SDA

V20

MMC_CMD
MMC_CLK

LCD_AC
LCD_VSYNC
LCD_HSYNC

CAM_RSTZ
CAM_EXCLK

LCD_PIXEL_0

CAM_LCLK

LCD_PIXEL_1

MPUIO_14
GPIO_38
MPUIO_12
CAM_D_1
CAM_D_2
CAM_D_3
CAM_D_4
CAM_D_5
CAM_D_6
CAM_D_7

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

SCL
SDA

I2C

NU

R263

J201-44
J201-43
J201-42

LCD_PCLK

LCD INTERFACE

TP250

MMC_DAT0

MMC/SDIO

P11

MMC_DAT2
MMC_DAT1

40 pol.

C244
470pF

J201-41

R265
10K

MMC_DAT3

CAMERA INTERFACE

V10
R11

C243
10uF
6.3V

Q201
MMBT3904

KEYPAD INTERFACE
W10

TMD
J201

VCC_2.8

0.1uF

W11

R264
10K

E19

E20

H14

F19

G18

G19

R287
100

KBR_4

KBR_3

KBR_2

KBR_1

C241

KBR_0

C21

KBC_5

CLK
VSS

E18

VDD

DAT1

TP252

INTERFACE_BLOCK

KBC_4

GND1
DAT0

R291
0

U201-3

3
D19

CMD

KBC_3

CD_DAT3

GND2

6.3V

D20

GND3

KBC_2

DAT2

F18

10

GND4

C242
10uF

KBC_1

11

KBC_0

12

VCC_23

KEYPAD_COL(5:0)

LCD_PIXEL_15

J201-40

C245

J201-39

NC

J201-38

C15

R266

B15

R267

B18

R268

C20

R269

TP251

J201-37

470pF

J201-36

NC

J201-35
J201-34

NC

J201-33

D18

R270

B21

R271

C19

R272

G14

R273

H13

R274

A20

R275

B19

R276

C18

R277

D17

R278

D16

R279

C17

R280

B17

R281

G13

R282

A17

R283

C16

R284

D15

R285

J201-32
J201-31
J201-30

SCLK

J201-29
J201-28
J201-27
J201-26
J201-25
J201-24

CS

J201-23
J201-22
J201-21
J201-20
J201-19
J201-18
J201-17
J201-16

20 x 0R

J201-15
J201-14
R261
2.2K

R262
2.2K

J201-13
J201-12
J201-11
J201-10
J201-9

VCC_2.8

J201-8
J201-7
J201-6

NC

J201-5
SPI_MOSI

R288
10K

J201-4
J201-2
J201-1

NC
4

SCAN_MODE

R289
10K
NU

SPI_CS2

VCC_2.8

SPI_MISO

OE

LCD_SD

SDI

J201-3

U211-1
74VHC125
NU

LCD_SWAP
R290
10K

VCC_2.8

VCC

GND

ENHANCED_CONTROL_HEAD / Schematic sheet 4 (PCB: 8466586A01_A)

U211-2
PWR_GND
NU

SOD

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FAC_BOOT
VCC_3.3

TP260

VCC_1.8

C255

C256

C257

C258

C259

C260

C261

C262

C263

C264

C265

C266

C267

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

33pF

33pF

33pF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

33pF

33pF

1.0uF
6.3V

0.1uF

Q202
EMD9FT2R

VCC_2.8
1

C268

C269

C270

C271

C272

C273

C274

C275

C276

C277

C278

C279

0.1uF

0.1uF

33pF

0.1uF

33pF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

33pF

1.0uF
6.3V

0.1uF

C280

C281

C282

C283

C284

C285

C286

C287

C288

C289

C290

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

0.1uF

33pF

1.0uF
6.3V

VCC_3.3_EN

TP261

R296
10

VCC_1.5
C291

C292
C293

R297
10

33pF
0.1uF

Y21

R20

J21

B20

B13

E2

A3

J1
LDO_FILTER

VDDA

VDD3_4

VDD3_3

VDD3_2

VDD3_1

VDD2_2

M2

A9

VDD2

VDD2_1

VDD1_1

Y9

Y20

A15

AA3

VDD_4

VDD_3

VDD_2

A11

VPP

VDD_1

VDD_DLL

V12

L1

VDD_RTC

U21

L21

Y16

AA11

C2

H2

R1

B14

B10

A7

A5

Y7

AA2

E21

W12

VDDSHV_RTC

VDDSHV9

VDDSHV8

VDDSHV7

VDDSHV6

VDDSHV5_3

VDDSHV5_2

VDDSHV5_1

VDDSHV4_4

VDDSHV4_3

VDDSHV4_2

VDDSHV4_1

VDDSHV3

VDDSHV2

VDDSHV1_2

VDDSHV1_1

A19

NC
C295

C294

1.0uF
6.3V

10uF
6.3V

U201-4

NC1
E5

VSS_19

VSS_18

B1

VSS_17

G1

VSS_16

K2

N1

VSS_15

VSS_14

U2

VSS_13

Y3

AA1

VSS_12

VSS_11

AA7

VSS_10

Y13

AA21

VSS_9

W20

VSS_8

VSS_7

R21

VSS_6

F20

K20

VSS_5

VSS_4

A21

VSS_3

B16

A13

VSS_1

VSS_2

IC_PWR_GND

B5

0.1uF

B7

R295
10K

NC

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VCC_5

VCC_5
Q301
EMD9FT2R
USB_VBUS
TP303

TP304

USW_5V

R301
10K

ONE-WIRE PULLUP

Q350 NU
EMD9FT2R

TP305

R350

R307
2.2K

ONE_WIRE_SEL

NU

C350
0.1uF
NU

5
2

U350
NC7SZ175P6X
NU
VCC

5
VCC

S 1

GND

2
6 B1

FRONT_ONE_WIRE

A 3

1
USW_5V
6

CP

3
4

GND

D301
MBR120LSFT1
4 B0

REAR_ONE_WIRE

USB_VBUS
0

C301
0.1uF

R308
2.2K

ONE_WIRE

R351
100K
NU

5
U301
FSA4157L6X_NL
TP301

Q305
MMBT3904

TP302

USW_5V
R309
10K

R310
10K

2
DTr2

3 4.7k

GCAI_OPT_5V_SET

47k

R352
100K
NU

DTr1

4
VCC_2.8

47k
5

GCAI_OPT_5V_EN

1
4.7k
Q351
FMG8A
NU

VCC_3.3

D302
BAT54HT1G

VCC_2.8

VCC_3.3

R354

FLT_A+ G
U_A2

GCAI_ON

4.7K

A1

R313

C1

GPIO_3

1K

R304
15K

VCCA

VCCB

A2

GPIO_3_PTT
GPIO_3_DIR

B2

GND

DIR

C2

D350
MMBD6100
R303
10K

B1
U302
SN74LVC1T45

Q352
EMD9FT2R

RM_ON
VCC_2.8

VCC_3.3

TP306

VCCA

VCCB
C1

GPIO_4

C2

USW_5V
B1

R305
10K

U303
SN74LVC1T45

R355
100K
NU
R359 NU

CP

R318
0
VCC_3.3

VCC_2.8

USW_5V
2

TP307

A1

2
B

GPIO_0_PWR
GPIO_0_DIR

B2

GND

DIR

C2

B1
U304
SN74LVC1T45

R357
15K
R311
10K

U352 NU
NC7SZ175P6X

VCC_1.8

R358

GCAI_PWR_ON_SENSE

4.7k 3
DTr2

NU
R319
15K

DTr1

C1

R312
15K

VCCA

VCCB

A2

GPIO_0

0.1uF
NU

GND

NU
R317
0

C352

GPIO_4_HOOK
GPIO_4_DIR

B2

GND

DIR

USW_5V

USW_5V

R306
15K

VCC

A1

A2

47k
4
47k

1K

5
4.7k
Q353 NU
FMG8A

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GCAI_PWR_ON_CLR

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VCC_5

VCC_5

USB1_PUEN
R329
10K

R325
10K

POR

Q323
FMG8A

USB_D-

DTr1

4.7k

47k

DTr1

4
47k

4.7k

USB_D+

6
5

4.7k 3
DTr2

USB1_MODE_SEL

Q325
EMD9FT2R

USB_FRONT_REAR

47k
4
47k

USB1_GPIO

4.7k

DTr2

Q322
FMG8A
2

VCC_3.3

R326
1.5K

VCC_5

VCC_5

1K

4 B0

B2

GND

DIR

R330
220

C2

1 S

A 3

3 A

B1 6

B0 4

FRONT_D+

REAR_D+

VCC

S 1

C1

VCCA

VCCB

R320

GPIO_1

R322
15K

GND

6 B1
A1

A2

R341
330K

R340
330K
2

VCC_3.3

VCC_3.3

VCC_2.8

VCC

U_A2

GND

R327
15K

R328
15K

U321
FSA4157L6X_NL

U326
FSA4157L6X_NL

B1
U323
SN74LVC1T45
VCC_3.3

GPIO_1_DIR

VCC_5

VCC_5
VCC_3.3

2
A 3

3 A

VCC

4 B0

B2

GND

DIR

R331
220

C2

B1 6

GND

1 S

S 1

B0 4

FRONT_D-

REAR_D-

VCCA

VCCB
C1

GPIO_2

R324
15K

VCC

6 B1
A1

GND

TP308

A2

R343
330K

R342
330K
2

VCC_2.8

VCC_3.3

U322
FSA4157L6X_NL

U327
FSA4157L6X_NL

B1
VCC_5

U325
SN74LVC1T45

GPIO_2_DIR
PWM_R_G
R344
5.6K
4.7k
TP310

1
47k

4
47k

USB_VBUS_ENA

3 4.7k

Q324
FMG8A

USB1_DET

R332
10K
NU

R323
10K

VCC_3.3

OUT1

IN1

OUT2

IN2

OUT3

VBUS_OC_DET

6
7
8

USB_5V

NU

R321
10K

VCC_2.8

OC
EN

VCC_2.8
Q327
EMD9FT2R

R334
10K

U324
TPS2041B

R333
10K

GND2

DTr2

R361

KPD_BL

DTr1

GND1

0 NU

R360

LCD_BL

VCC_2.8

VCC_5

R345
10K

C324

C325

0.1uF

22uF
6.3V

R347
100K

TP311

R335
47K

Q326
FDC6330L

R337
10K

2
1

U328
LMV7275

R348
100K
R346

C328
470pF

470K

R338

0 NU

R339
330
NU

USB_VBUS

USB_VBUS

D304
12M04
NU
R336

VBUS_FET_ENA
10K

ENHANCED_CONTROL_HEAD / Schematic sheet 7 (PCB: 8466586A01_A)

C327
C326
0.1uF

10uF
6.3V

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TP403

To Keypad
J401

J401-4

NC

J401-5

KPD_SWD_5V

J401-6

KPD_SWD_5V

J401-7

bridge to pin1

J401-8

GND

J401-9

LED_RD

J401-10

LED_GN

J401-11

END_ON_OFF

J401-12

GND

J401-13

COL_4

J401-14

COL_3

J401-15

COL_2

J401-16

COL_1

J401-17

COL_0

J401-18

VCC_5

4
6

NC
2

R413
47K

0.1uF

C415

C416

10uF

10uF

CP

CP

3
R441 NU

RSW_1
0

U401
NC7SZ175P6X

C413
0.1uF
1

0.1uF

VCC_5

VCC

Q401
FDC6330L

VCC_3.3

GND

5V

C402

NC

J401-3

VCC_2.8
C401

3.3V

VCC_2.8

C414
470pF

VCC

J401-2

POR

R412
10K

GND

NC

KPD_BL_ON_OFF

J401-1

KPD_BL

TP402

24 pol.

GND

R399 NU
0
R400
0

U402
NC7SZ175P6X

RSW_2

VCC_2.8

VCC_2.8
C403

0.1uF
TP404

TP405

IN

0.1uF

NC
1

OUT

GND

IN

R444 NU

OUT

RSW_INT
0

NC
GND
U403
NL17SZ14

U404
NL17SZ14

3
NC

NC

R443
0

5
VCC

5
VCC

R442
0

C404

0
C405
4

R402
3.3K

S401

Rotary

END_ON_OFF

R411
1K

R403

33K

R404

33K

R405

100

R406

4.7K

1 PULSE_A
P1

3
PULSE_B
4

Lock

NC
6

2 COMM

C407
470pF

K4 K3 K2 K1

C408
470pF

GND1

R410
1K

g1

J401-26

R409
1K

KEYPAD_COL(5:0)

J401-25

GND

R408
1K

KEYPAD_ROW(4:0)

GND

R407
1K

NU

SWITCH

GND2

J401-24

J403
6 pol.

R401
3.3K

P2

g2

GND

J403-8

J401-23

J403-7

ROW_0

J403-4

J401-22

0.1uF

J403-2

ROW_1

J403-5

J401-21

J403-6

J401-20

ROW_2

C406
J403-1

ROW_3

VCC_2.8

0.1uF

J403-3

LOCK_ON

J401-19

G FLT_A+

ROW_4

VR401
5.6V

VCC_2.8
A2

A1
5

KEYPAD_ROW(4:0)

KEYPAD_COL(5:0)

VCC_5

VCC_5
D402

D401

HT-S91UD

HT-S91UD

C409
0.1uF

VCC_5

Q404
EMD9FT2R

R417
1K
3

TP406

EMERGENCY

TP407

R414
1.5K

Q405
EMD9FT2R

R416
1.8K

2
Q403
MMBT3904

LED_EMERG

LED_RED

PWM_R_G

C410
10uF
6.3V

R415
100
R440
0
NU

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VCC_5

VCC_2.8

C421
R421
10K

R423
30K

0.1uF

R435
4.7K

U421
LMV7275
4

BUS+

RADIO_COM_TX

R422
15K
Q410
MMBT3904
R436
VCC_2.8

VCC_2.8

BUS_ENABLE

VCC_5

10K

C422
R426
10K

R425
10K

U420-1
74VHC125

0.1uF

4
1

R429

SCI_TX

2
OE

R428
3.3K

RADIO_COM_RX

R427
30K

47K

R424
10K

R430
15K

U422
LMV7275

TP401

RADIO_COM_EN

VCC_2.8

VCC_5
Q411
EMD9FT2R

Q412
EMD9FT2R

TP411

5
2

2
TP410

VCC_2.8

VCC

GND

ENHANCED_CONTROL_HEAD / Schematic sheet 9 (PCB: 8466586A01_A)

U420-2
PWR_GND

8.2 - 12

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TP2

VCC_5
C506

.01uF

FLT_VCC

TP1

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50V

TP508

C503

C504

C505

10uF
50V

10uF
50V

470pF
50V

0.1uF
50V

33uH

ON_OFF

D501
MBRS130

C507
22uF

C508
22uF

C509
22uF

C510
22uF

C511
22uF

C512
22uF

6.3V

6.3V

6.3V

6.3V

6.3V

6.3V

U503
LT1937
4
5

NC

D502
BAT54HT1G

SHDN
VIN

SW

FB

C513

10uF
6.3V

R505

R504

R502

12.1K
1%

12.1K
1%

R503

BUS_ON

R533
10

1K

D506 NU
MMBD6100

C516
0.1uF

D507
BAT54HT1G

100

C514

C515

22uF
35V

1uF
25V
NU

R501
10K

GCAI_ON

TP503

V1

10uF
6.3V

D504 NU
MMBD6100

U504
TPS62220

R507
10K

C517
TP511

SW

EN

L503

U502
NCP301

ON

G
0

R508
332K
1%

VCC_1.5

R534

4.7uH

FB
GND

EMERGENCY

TP502

C518
22pF

VCC_3.3

R535

C520

D505
MMBD6100

R506

1
INPUT

RESET_OUT

NC1

NC2

NC

VCC_5

33K

0
10uF
6.3V

GND

TP501

VCC_23

TP509

GND

C502

470pF
50V

L502
22uH

L501

SW_OUT

C501

C_BOOST

GND

INPUT
FB
CTGND

3
6

NC1

L505
33uH

FLT_A+ G

G1

L507
33uH

U501
LM2676

Q506
EMD9FT2R

R509
165K
1%

C535
0.1uF
NU

C519

VCC_2.8

100pF

TP512

C528

R529
0

NU

R512

10uF
6.3V

V1

C522

3
4

EN

SW

IN
NC
GND

4.7uH

U508
NL17SZ14

3
R510
681K
1%

U505
TPS62220

OUT

L504

FB
GND

0.1uF

TP506

MCLK

VCC

1
C521

ON_HOLD

C523

NC

10pF

C525
10uF
6.3V

FLT_A+ G

USW_5V

R539

3
NC

C524

NC

150pF

NC

NC2

FB_NC

5
1
R531
165K
1%

R513

R514

68.1K
1%

10K

6
TP504

U506
LP2951CD
C534

VCC_3.3

10uF
6.3V

R532
52.3K
1%

INPUT

OUTPUT

FEEDBACK

ERROR

SHUTDOWN

SENSE

VCC
C

NC

NU
C536

14
6
4
5
7

Q12
Q10
Q9
Q8
Q7
U515
74HC4060A

Q6
Q5
Q4

4
9
10

OSC_OUT2

OSC_IN

12

R524 NU

11

32KHz
0

U509
NC7SZ175P6X

0.1uF

RESET

OSC_OUT1

16

R523
0

VCC_2.8

NC
NC
C526

13

Q13

GND

VTAP
R515
53.6K
1%

R536

1
2

VCC_2.8

CP

NC

GND

OUT

TP513

NC

15

Q14

VCC

0.1uF

IN

GND

C533

NC

5
TP510

2
1

VCC_2.8

NC

U513
TPS71501DCKR

NC

18V

R511
121K
1%

NU
R538

R530
100

VR502

POR

0.1uF

1K

GND

LOCK_ON

C529
0.1uF

10uF
6.3V

R520

R521

330K

10MEG

Y501
MC146
32.768KHz
TP505

NU

VIN

VOUT

R537

VCC_1.8
G

BYPASS
GND

NC

ON_OFF*

C527

U507
LP2985

10uF
6.3V

ENHANCED_CONTROL_HEAD / Schematic sheet 10 (PCB: 8466586A01_A)

IN

OUT

220K

C530
100pF
NU

C531
18pF

NC

NC1

VCC_3.3

NC

SH502
SHIELD

R522
SH501
SHIELD

NC

C532
12pF

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VCC_5

TP520

C545

TP521

ON

0.1uF

VCC

1 S

B1 6

GND

EMERGENCY

B0 4

LOCK_ON
LOCK_ON

FLT_A+

R540
10K

3 A

KEYPAD_COL(5:0)

NC

S501
SWITCH

U510
FSA4157L6X_NL

Q500
EMD9FT2R

EMERGENCY

R547
4.7K

C540
0.1uF

KEYPAD_ROW(4:0)
3
4

VCC_5

VCC_5
2

4
B2

A2

TP522

C546

TP523

GCAI_ON

0.1uF

1 S

VCC

GCAI_ON

B1 6

3 A

GND

B0 4

BUS_ON
VR501
5.6V

TP526

K1

R542
10K

NC

5
U511
FSA4157L6X_NL

Q501
EMD9FT2R

VCC_2.8
Q507
EMD9FT2R

A1

A2

4
5

ON_RADIO

R541
4.7K

C541
0.1uF

3
K2

4
K3

K4

VCC_5

VCC_5

4
TP524

C547

TP525

0.1uF

1 S

VCC

5
2

B1 6

GND

R550
10K

B0 4

6
C542
0.1uF

R543
10K

R544
0

FLT_A+

3 A

U512
FSA4157L6X_NL

Q502
EMD9FT2R

Q508
EMD9FT2R

NC

R551
4.7K

VCC_5
3

D503
MMBD6100

D510
MMBD6100

TP527

D511
MMBD6100

BUS+
2
SCI_TX

R545
1

1K

VCC_2.8

FLT_A+
VCC_5
Q504
EMD9FT2R

Q503
EMD9FT2R
D513
MMBD6100

R548
10K

5
5

C544
0.1uF
NU

R549
10K

END_ON_OFF

6
1

ON_OFF_CONTROL
FLT_A+
Q505
EMD9FT2R

CH_REQUEST

PROG

ENHANCED_CONTROL_HEAD / Schematic sheet 11 (PCB: 8466586A01_A)

CTRL_IN

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SPI_MISO

R602

NU

SPI_CLK

R603

NU

SPI_CS2

R604

NU

SPI_MOSI

R605

NU

FLT_A+

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J603
40 pol.

J603-1
J603-2

ON_OFF_CONTROL

J603-3
J603-4
J603-5

USB_5V

J603-6
J603-7

REAR_DREAR_D+
RM_ON
VCC_5
MIC

J603-8
J603-9
J603-10
J603-11
J603-12
J603-13

HANDSET_AUDIO
VCC_3.3
VCC_2.8
USW_5V
SCI_TX
BUS+
REAR_ONE_WIRE
RX
TX
RTS
CTS
I2C_SCL
I2C_SDA
GPIO_REQ
USB2_VP
USB2_VM
USB2_RCV
USB2_TXEN
USB2_TXD
USB2_SE0
USB2_SUSP
USB2_PUEN
USB2_SPEED
SSI_CLK
SSI_FS
AN_2
AN_3

J603-14
J603-15
J603-16
J603-17
J603-18
J603-19
J603-20
J603-21
R606

R607

R608

R609

J603-22
J603-23
J603-24
J603-25
J603-26
J603-27
J603-28
J603-29
J603-30
J603-31
J603-32
J603-33
J603-34
J603-35
J603-36
J603-37

R610

0 NU

R611

0 NU

DASH_REM

R614

0 NU

SSI_RXD

R612

SSI_TXD

R613

J603-38
J603-39
J603-40
J603-G1

ENHANCED_CONTROL_HEAD / Schematic sheet 12 (PCB: 8466586A01_A)

C601
470pF

C602
470pF

C604
470pF

C605
33pF

C606
33pF

C607
470pF

C608
470pF

C610
10uF

C609
470pF

C611
470pF

C612
470pF

C613
470pF

C614
470pF

C615
82pF

C616
82pF

C617
82pF

C618
82pF

C619
82pF

C620
82pF

C621
82pF

C622
82pF

C623
82pF

C624
470pF

C625
33pF

C626
33pF

C627
33pF

C628
82pF

C629
33pF

C630
33pF

C631
82pF

C632
470pF

C633
470pF

C634
82pF

C635
82pF

C636
470pF

C637
470pF

J603-G2

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R520
R519

Q503 4

R518

C506

EXPANSION_HEAD / Main Board / (PCB 8466586A01_A) BOTTOM & TOP SIDE

C505
R508
R510
R502

3
4
C143

1
U503
8
3

TP1093
C607

Q501

1
U501
5
8

R501

Q504
R105

C503

TP1092

C502

C501

R509

VR112

J1005

VR102 VR110

VR105

VR108

VR106

VR103

VR104

C138
C145
C121
C120
C133
C123
C118
C135
R108 R106
R107
C132
C122
C136
C134
C119
C140
C124
C114
C112
C113
C139
C107
C125
R109
C109
C111
C137
C108
C142
C110

VR113

C612
R223

TP1061

R306
R307
R308
R305
C305

VR109

C306
R302
R301
C303
R303
C304
R304

R624
R623

VR111

14
8

U301
7

C507
R511

R214R215
R211 R218
R208
R209 R213
R212

R221R220

14
U201
7

C616
R620

C202

20

C308

F
F101

C615

R210R219

VR101

15

C105
1

R217

R206
R205
R202

12

U101

C103

C203
R216

R201

J1001

J1003

C106

C307
C508
R310
R512
R309

C116
C117

D102

R321

14

28

TP1062

R627
C608

Q104

R104

11

10

Q101

R222

R114

TP1073
TP1074

R614
C309
R318
R319

C102

U302

C613

R116
R115 R113
R117
C141
Q103
R102
R118 C101
R103

J1022

C104

245 C

R324

e1

R325

lvl intct

R615

nd

R312

C130
C126
C127 Q102
C129
R110
R111

C614

R311

R112 2

U402

Pb

TP1076
TP1071

TP1075

Q604
R323

R120

10

R313
R316
R317
R315
R314

TP1031

10
C407

Q603

C610

C128 D101
C131

TP1064

R322
R320

C404

R617
R626
R618
C611
R625
U603 R619

R101

40

TP1037

8
U401
16
9

lvl Pb
intct

R610
11

U404

e1

245 C

nd

R612
C604
R611

TP1072

C406
C403

20

Q602

8466586A01_A
o

R402

C405

R609
R608

TP1011 TP1013
TP1012
C401
TP1065

U403
11

Q601
TP1032

U601

C605
R613

20

R616

TP1024

C402

TP1014

06

R602
R603
C601
R601
C603
R604 R605

14

C606

R119

TP1015

1
4
U602
8
5

C602
R607
R606

Q401

R401

TP1033

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5V

5V

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5V

NET_1

R201
4.7K

R202
3.3K

5.6V
VR101
NC

UART_B

SCI_TX J1001-12
SPKR+ J1001-11
SPKR-

J1001-10

GND

J1001-9

ACC3

J1001-8

5V
HANDSET_AUDIO
UART_B

SPKR+

J1001-7
J1001-6

BUS+

J1001-5

INT_MIC

J1001-4

FLT_A+

J1001-3

HANDSET_AUDIO

J1005-22

SPKR-

BUS+

D102

INT_MIC_AUDIO

F101
32V 2A

NC

3V

AUDIO+

J1005-20

AUDIO-

PTT_GND

J1005-14

PTT/GND

FLT_A+

J1005-12

CAR_RX_AUDIO
SPKR1_IN

25PIN_EXP_PTT

SPKR2_IN

CAR_TX_AUDIO

K2

K3

FLT_A+_REG

J1005-9

FLT_A+_REG

J1005-18

GND

VR102
33V

car_rx_audio
EXPANSION_PTT

A2

C117
0.1uF

NC

C119 C121 C118 C122 C120 C123 C124


470pF 470pF 470pF 82pF 82pF 470pF 470pF

K1

SPKR1_OUT
C116
470pF

SCI_TX

A1

J1001-13

K4

SPKR2_OUT

J1001-1

R222
0

J1005-16
J1005-4

ON_OFF_CONTROL J1001-2

J1001-14

SPKRBUS+

J1005-10 ON_OFF_CONTROL
FLT_A+
ON_OFF

GND

SPKR+

J1005-8
J1005-6

J1005-33

Flash Mode

VCC

VR103
5.6V

car_tx_audio

R223
EXPANSION_PTT J1022-20

RADIO_EXP_PTT

25PIN_INT_MIC

AUDIO_IN

HANDSET_AUDIO

INT_MIC

R624
100

AUDIO2
20V
VR104

AUDIO_OUT

INT_MIC_AUDIO

AUDIO1

C612
10uF

1
R110
0
NU

IGNITION (via 4K7) J1022-14


HANDSET_AUDIO J1022-1
INT_MIC J1022-22
9V3

R623
560
R108
10
J1005-13

INT_MIC

HANDSET_AUDIO

VR113
33V

PTT_GND
20V
VR108

J1022-3

TP1062

TP1071
TP1072

SAP_STD J1022-17

TP1073

DGAN_SAP_FSYNC J1022-16

SPIB_CS_BT J1022-29

J1005-39 EXPANSION_PTT

EXPANSION_PTT

TP1074

SAP_CLK J1022-24

R107
0
NU

TP1065

SAP_SRD J1022-18

R106
0

TP1064

(via 4K7) J1022-36

BLUE_T_FSYNC J1022-19

J1005-5

HANDSET_AUDIO

TP1075

car_rx_data

TP1076

car_tx_data

J1005-31

IGNITION
NC

RESET_OUT J1022-35

SB9600_RESET

BUSY_IN J1022-33

IGNITION

VR105
33V

C125
470pF

MUX_CTRL_1 J1022-37

HANDSET_AUDIO

R109
4.7K

TP1037

SB9600_BUSY_IN

BUSY_OUT J1022-34
3V

RS232_RX
RS232_TX

5V

3V
TP1014
3V

SB9600_BUSY

J1005-2

SB9600_BUS-

SB9600_BUS+

J1005-29

RTSA

TP1013

NET_2

TP1031

R401
47K

SB9600_BUS+

3V

TP1015

TP1011

TP1012

J1022-42

J1005-35

SB9600_BUS-

TP1032

TP1024

J1022-41

SB9600_BUSY
SB9600_INTERFACE

RS232_TXA

C131
82pF

J1005-17 SB9600_RESET

RESET

SB9600_BUSY_OUT

Q401
R402
47K

TP1033

5V

C136
82pF
NU

3V

3V

C401
0.1uF

C137
82pF
NU

C138 C139
82pF 82pF
NU
NU

car_rx_audio1
C402
0.1uF

car_rx_audio2
car_tx_audio1

TX
RX

6
IRQ

CS

14

X2
U401
MAX3100EEE

NC1

NC2

9
3
5

13

NC

15
17

A4

Y4

A5

Y5

A6

Y6

C128
82pF

C129
82pF

C130
82pF

C126
82pF

NU

NU

NU

NU

NU

U402
4886061B02
CSTCC_MG
3.68MHz

car_tx_data

car_rx_data1

car_tx_audio

car_rx_data

car_rx_data2

car_tx_data

car_rx_audio

car_tx_data2

car_rx_data

car_tx_audio

car_tx_data1

3V

C405
0.1uF

Y7

10

A7
C127
82pF

car_rx_audio

11

NC

12

GND

SPIB_CS1_UART J1022-30

EN_OE2
U403
18
MC74AC244
Y0
A0
16
4
Y1
A1
14
6
Y2
A2
12
8
Y3
A3

10
X1

car_tx_audio2

EN_OE1

15
SHDN

J1022-31

19

19

C403
0.1uF

2
4

2
C404
0.1uF

VCC

DOUT

DIN

3V

11

C1POS

NC1

C1NEG

NC2
NC3

5
6

C2POS

1
10
11
20

NC4

NC
NC
NC
NC

C2NEG
15
12

16
R1OUT

R1IN

R2OUT

R2IN

14
13
3
7
C406
0.1uF

C407
0.1uF

EXPANSION_HEAD / Main Board (PCB 8466586A01_A) / Schematic Diagram 1

J1005-7

RS232_SCI_TX

J1005-15 RS232_RTS

17
T1IN

T1OUT

T2IN

T2OUT

J1005-11 RS232_SCI_RX

J1005-19 RS232_CTS
J1005-27 SIGNAL_GND

VPOS
GND

CTS

VNEG
18

SPIB_MOSI J1022-26

RTS

VCC

16

SCLK

13

GND

SPIB_CLK J1022-38

VCC

UART
3

20

SPIB_MISO J1022-28

EXP_REQ

INT_MIC

NC

IGNITION

3V3_DIG J1022-32
A+

U404
MAX3232E
C134 C135
82pF 82pF
NU
NU

C132
82pF
NU

C133
82pF
NU

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U501
LP2951ACD30R2
8

5V

INPUT

TP1092
1

OUTPUT

3V

FEEDBACK

ERROR

SHUTDOWN

SENSE

NC

GND

8.2 - 17

47uF C502
C501 0.1uF

FLT_A+
R501
12.4K

5V_TAP

C503
470pF

R1
5V
R2

Q501

R502
0
NU

VCC

TP1061

NET_2
R508
80.6K

J1005-21 SB9600_SW
Q104

R509
10
U503
LP2951CD
8
7
3

INPUT

OUTPUT

FEEDBACK

ERROR

SHUTDOWN

SENSE

ON_OFF

R511
3.3K

8.2K

NC
NC

NC

C506
10uF

GND

R512
3.3K

VR109
33V

R114
47K

1
2

VTAP

NC

VAG_1

C508
0.1uF

C141
470pF

C140
470pF

J1005-37 ON_OFF_GND

FLT_A+

R115
4.7K
NC

R520
2.2K

R510
12.4K

NC

R113

C507
0.1uF

C505
.012uF

FLT_A+

R518
10K

C607
1uF

VR110
33V

Q503

C142
470pF

TP1093
R1
5V
J1005-3
R2
3V
Q504

NC

NET_1

C143
10uF

R104
47K

NU
R101 0

SW_B+

R519
2.2K

VR111
33V

C145
470pF

3V

D101

J1022-39

R103

Q101
C102
0.1uF

J1022-11
J1022-10
J1022-7

J1022-8
J1022-9

NC
NC

J1022-15

NC

J1022-21

NC

J1022-25

NC

J1022-27
J1022-23
J1022-40

NC
GND
GND

0.1uF

3
24

RS232_TX

RS232_TX

23

RS232_DSR

22

RS232_CTS

RS232_CTS

19
17

RS232_RI

14

RS232_RX

RS232_RX

RS232_DTR

RS232_DTR

13

RS232_RTS

RS232_RTS

JTAG_TDI

NC

J1022-4

C104

RS232_DSR

JTAG

MUX <- 3V

J1022-13

25

JTAG_TDO
JTAG_TCK
NC
3V

NC
JTAG_RESET_IN

19

J1003-1

NU
J1003-20
J1003-19

J1003-3

J1003-18

J1003-4

J1003-17

J1003-5

J1003-16

J1003-2

J1003-6

J1003-15

10

11

J1003-7

J1003-14

12

13

J1003-8

J1003-13

14

15

J1003-9

J1003-12

16

17 J1003-10 J1003-11

18

R105
0
NU

3V

20

9
11
27

C105
0.1uF

C106
0.1uF

C1POS

MAX3238EEAI

C1NEG

T1OUT

C2POS

T2OUT

C2NEG

T3OUT

T1IN

T4OUT

T2IN

T5OUT

T3IN

RS232_DCD

RS232_RX

RS232_DSR

10

RS232_CTS

12

INVALID

T5IN

R1OUTB

FORCEOFF

J1005-28 RS232_RX
J1005-26 RS232_DSR
J1005-34 RS232_CTS

RS232_RI

J1005-38 RS232_RI

RS232_TX
15

T4IN

J1005-24 RS232_DCD

16

NC
NC

J1005-32 RS232_TX

RS232_DTR

J1005-36 RS232_DTR

RS232_RTS

J1005-30 RS232_RTS
J1005-1

21

FORCEON

R1OUT

R1IN

R2OUT

R2IN

R3OUT

GND

20
18

R3IN

C107
82pF
NU

C108
82pF
NU

C109
82pF
NU

C110 C111
82pF 82pF
NU
NU

C112
82pF
NU

C113
82pF
NU

C114
82pF
NU

VPOS
VNEG4

J1022-6

28

RS232_DCD

RS232_RI

J1022-5

C103
0.1uF

GND

RS232_DCD

J1022-12

J1022-2

C101
0.1uF

VCC

U101
R102
47K

26

10K

JTAG_TMS

NC

JTAG_MCU_DE
JTAG_TRST
JTAG_MCU_DE
JTAG_DSP_DE

FLT_A+

J1005-23 FLT_A+_REG

J1005-40 GND
VR112
33V

J1005-25 GND

NC
J1005-41 GND
J1005-42 GND

EXPANSION_HEAD / DC Power (PCB 8466586A01_A) / Schematic Diagram 2

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R205
0

SPKR+

SPKR1_IN

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SPKR+

SPKR1_OUT

SPKR2_IN
SPKR-

R625
10K

R620
10K
C613

C610

10uF

0.1uF

AUDIO_OUT

NC

NO

GND

1 IN

NU

NU

13

14

6
U201-2

R213
0

VCC

COM

R619
10K

12

C203
1uF

11

MC3403

R212
0

NU
R627

VAG_1

R210
47.5K

7
11

25PIN_INT_MIC

NU
R626

U603
MAX4544EUT

VPOS

C608
1uF

VCC

VCC

CAR_TX_AUDIO

SPKR2_OUT

SPKR-

R206
0

C616
470pF
NU

U201-4
MC3403

C611
0.1uF

47.5K
R211

3V

VAG_1

R111
47K

R216
47.5K

R217
47.5K

RADIO_EXP_PTT

R214
47.5K

5V

5V

R112
10K
NU

C614

R215

470pF
NU

47.5K

47.5K
R219

R209
47.5K

R617
6.2K

Q102

47.5K
R218

Q103

R1

VCC
R2

C202
10uF

R116
10K

R117
0
NU

U201-3
9

12.4K
2

AUDIO_IN
VAG_1

4
1

R119
10K

VCC

R208
47.5K

R618

VAG_1

MC3403
8

R220
392
AUDIO1

10

C615

11

11

R221
392

82pF
NU
AUDIO2

R118

R120

10K

4.7K

U201-1
MC3403
CAR_RX_AUDIO
25PIN_EXP_PTT

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3V

8.2 - 19

5V

C602
0.1uF

R601
4.7K

R602
4.7K

SB9600_BUS+

U602-1
06A02
3V

U601-4
MC74AC08

12

RS232_TXA

1
11

5V
4

13

RS232_TX

R603
4.7K

C603
0.1uF

U601-1
MC74AC08

C601
470pF

R605
2.2K

1
3

R604

Q601
10K

3V

5V

U602-2
06A02

R607
10K

8
RS232_RX

SB9600_BUS-

7
5
4
R606
4.7K

3V

5V

R616
10K

R609
2.2K

U601-2
MC74AC08
4

RTSA

R608

SB9600_BUSY_OUT

Q602
10K

3V
SB9600_BUSY

R611
10K

R610
4.7K

SB9600_BUSY_IN

3V

Q603

C604
470pF

5V

R612
2.2K
R614

C605
0.1uF

2.2K

U601-3
MC74AC08
9
8

R613

10

SB9600_RESET

Q604
10K
RESET
R615
4.7K

14

3V

U601-5
PWR_GND

VCC
GND
7

C606
0.1uF

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MTM800 ENH Mobile Terminal / Detailed Service Manual

C303
470pF

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C304
470pF
VCC

R302
10K

R304
10K

VCC
R301
10K

VCC

13

R303

MC3403

R308
100K

R305
330

C305
1uF

MC3403
8

10K
VAG_1

14
VAG_1

R307
100K
U301-3

U301-4

car_rx_audio

VCC

car_rx_audio1

10

11

12
11

R306
330

C306
1uF

car_rx_audio2

VCC

R309

VCC

10K

VCC

R310
10K

U301-2
MC3403

R314
100K

R313
100K
C307
0.22uF

R315
68
car_tx_audio1

6
R317
470

car_tx_audio

R311

10K

11

C308
0.22uF

R316
68

car_tx_audio2

5V

R312
10K

VAG_1
R323
33
car_rx_data1

R322
33

C309
0.1uF

R325
150

R320
33

R324
150
car_tx_data1

R321

car_rx_data
R319
2.2K

R318
1.5K

EXPANSION_HEAD / Car Interface (PCB 8466586A01_A) / Schematic Diagram 5

33

GND

car_tx_data

car_tx_data2

U302
3
2
D SN65LBC179 R
8
5
A
Y

VCC

car_rx_data2

VR106
20V

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8.2 - 21

9 7 5 3 1

8 6 4 2 10

1
13

5
14

25

J0101

J0103

J0102

TP0152

40

TP0151

TP0154

TP0153

TP0155

J0104

EXPANSION_HEAD / Connector Board (PCB:8464300B06_A) / BOTTOM & TOP SIDE

8.2 - 22

MTM800 ENH Mobile Terminal / Detailed Service Manual

Part of Flex
40 Pin
TELCO
10 Pin

SUB-D
25 Pin

Part of Flex
40 Pin

J0102-1

J0104-1

J0102-2

J0104-34

J0102-3

J0104-30

J0102-4

J0104-26

J0102-5

J0104-22

J0102-6

J0104-18

J0102-7

J0104-14

J0102-8

J0104-6

J0102-9

TP0151

J0102-10

TP0152

J0102-11

J0104-38

J0102-13

J0104-39

J0102-14

J0104-8

J0102-15

J0104-12

J0102-16

J0104-28

J0102-17

J0104-29

J0102-18

J0101-2

J0104-25

J0102-19

J0101-3

J0104-31

J0102-20

J0101-4

J0104-23

J0102-21

FLT_A

TP0153

J0102-12

J0104-32

J0101-1

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J0103-1

J0104-17

J0103-2

J0104-13

J0104-16

J0103-3

J0104-9

J0104-10

J0103-4

J0104-5

J0104-4

J0103-5

J0104-40

J0104-24
1

Part of Flex
40 Pin

SUB-D
9 Pin

TP0154

J0101-5

J0104-33

J0102-22

J0104-2

J0103-6

J0104-15

J0101-6

J0104-21

J0102-23

J0104-20

J0103-7

J0104-11

J0104-36

J0103-8

J0104-7

J0101-7

J0104-35

J0102-24

J0101-8

J0104-19

J0102-25

J0101-9

J0104-37

J0101-10

J0104-27

J0103-9

J0104-3

J0102-26

J0103-10
g1

J0104-41

J0102-27

J0103-11
g2

J0104-42

TP0155

J0102
SUB-D 25 PIN
CONNECTOR

9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10

J0101
TELCO
CONNECTOR

13 12 11 10

J0103
SUB-D 9 PIN
CONNECTOR
5

25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14

EXPANSION_HEAD (PCB:8464300B06_A) / Connector Board / Schematic Diagram

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Bottom view

VR301
TP301

10
R303

R309

R304

R317

R307

R312

R306

C204
R326
C302

TP307

C301

R204
R325

TP306

J301

R203

TP302

12

R316

C203

TP303

F300

R310

R315

R321

C313

R313

R301

R314

U202

R302

14

R311

C314

C202

U201
1

C206

R308
R322

R201

C201
R102

Q101

R323
C303

R318
R202

R101

R324

VR303

C310

C308
C306

VR304

C311

C309

C307

C304

VR302

C305

Top view

8.2 - 23

TP305

PCB / REMOTE_MOUNT_HEAD / (PCB 8471016L02) BOTTOM & TOP SIDE

J302

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R&D CHK:
5V

5V

5V

TITLE:

FLT_A+

NGCH Remote Mount Board

TP303

TP302
R324
4.7K

R323
3.3K

C304
470pF

0
J301-1

SPKR+

J301-2

SPKR-

J301-3

GND

J301-4

NC

J301-5

5VD

J301-6

HANDSET AUDIO

J301-7

BUS+

J301-8

INTERNAL MIC

J301-9

FLT_A+

J301-10

C311
470pF
J302-8

SPKR-

R304 0

BUS+

F300
2A

SPKR+
SPKR-

J302-6

GND

J302-1

AUDIO+

J302-3

FLT_A+
ON/OFF CONTROL

J301-11

ANA GND

R306
47.5K

VR302
33V

VR301
33V

5
14

U202-1

13
U202-4

R325
12.4K

J302-7

ON/OFF CONTROL

J302-10

ANA GND

Changed by:
Gunnar Plotzitza

Drawing Number:

Page:

8471016L01

Date:
Wednesdayday, April 5, 2006

REMOTE MOUNT
CONNECTOR
1

9 10

VR304
5.6V

Front View

12

J302

11

11

R307
47.5K

FLT_A+_REG

02

J302
A2

C313
10uF

AUDIO-

J302-9

REV:

VR303
20V

9V3

R318
0

K1

NU

K2

NU

K3

R309
0

K4

R308
0

BUS+

J302-4

QA CHK:

8471016L01

A1

9V3

C301
10uF

TP305

VAG_1

R310
47.5K

R312
47.5K

R316
47.5K

R317
47.5K

C302
470pF

NU
C303
470pF

NU

10

ANA GND

FLT_A+

VAG_1

R326
12.4K

R302
47.5K

R311
47.5K

R313
47.5K

R322
6.2K

5VD

ON/OFF

GND

SPKR-

AUDIO-

9V3
9V3
R321
12.4K

BUS+

SPKR+

AUDIO+

8
6
5

VAG_1

U202-2

10

U202-3
R314
392

11

C314
82pF

Balanced Audio

NU

11

R315
392

Gabel Hybrid

9V3

FLT_A+

PMLN4904A
PMLN4905A

FLT_A+

C201
.012uF

R201
80.6K

TP307

7
3

R1

INPUT

OUTPUT

FEEDBACK

ERROR

SHUTDOWN

SENSE
VTAP

Q101
R102
0 NU

R202
12.4K

C206
1uF

1
5
2
6

NC
NC
NC

C202
4.7uF

R204
3.3K

VAG_1

C204
0.1uF

NC

R2

R203
3.3K

U201
LP2951CD
8

R101
12.4K

5V

TP306

VAG_1

R301
47.5K

GND

TP301

NC

NC

TX Audio

J301-14

J302-2
J302-5

NC

J301-12
J301-13

SCI_TX

Milan

MFG CTRL CHK:

ANA GND

C310
82pF

ON/OFF CONTROL

C306 C307 C308 C309


470pF 470pF 470pF 470pF

C305
470pF

R303 0

SPKR+

C203
0.1uF

SCI_TX

RX Audio

RADIO CONNECTOR

"BOARD-MARKER"

REMOTE MOUNT CONNECTOR

DOC CTRL CHK:

REMOTE_MOUNT_HEAD (PCB 8471016L02) Schematic Diagram

GLN7362B

C506

D402
C317

C103

C104

C105

C107

C106

C101

C102
R243

R103

VR101

R227

VR102

R234

R428

U205
C205

R430

C454

C207
4

Q201

R548

R550

R551

Q503

Q401

R225

R431

C108

C455

R323

R226

R324

R429

Q302
U304

R508

R538

R533

U507

Q301

C503

R535

U401

R554

R555

C417

R536

R530

G1
R203

R202

C217

G2

VR103

R207

R212

R211

R209

R228

C210

R213

C209

R217

R205
R208

R218

R210

C208

R204
R236

R220

R242

C206

R238

14

C211

R223

C203

R222
R214

C216

R221

R216

U201

TP205

TP305

TP303

TP101

TP208

TP209

TP301

TP103

TP304

U204
C201

C204

TP102

R237

C212

C213

TP302

R239

R241

U203

R240

40

C202

R206

R552

TP401

R201

VR201

C214

P201

R232

R549

R542

R231

R541

R233

R540

C505

R235

C504

R547

R557

R556

C436

VR405

C449

C437

C438

C448

R426

G2

J104

G1

C435

C439

C443

C441

C440

C442
20

C444

C445

C414

C447

C446

C415

C412

C429

C413

C411

C410

C427

C408

C406

R425
R424

C434

C409

C433

C407

C432

C405

C451

C404

C431

C403

R427

C401

C430

Q305

C215

TP202

R215

C310

U503

R102

R311
C309

R305

R312
R313

R537

R531

VR104

C416

R532

C428

C418

VR401

VR402

C453

C420

C421

D401

VR406

C452

C502

R513

Q502

R519

R511

6
R520

6
R516

R510

12
U502

12

U501
R515

R514

R512

R506

R523

C419

C423

C424

D301

C425

R522

C311

R521

C314

R504

R505

R534

R539

R518

18

Q501

R507

C501

R318

R319

R317

R315

R503

18

R306

R423

C313

U301

C315

Q308

14

U302
C304

C312

C306
13

C305

R502

8.2 - 25

C450

C426

R303

C301

R304

R301

R320

C316

20

Q306

C422

U303
R302

R501

VR403

Q307

10

11

R316

R321

C307

R322

MTM800 ENH Mobile Terminal / Detailed Service Manual

C402

C303

C302

C308

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TP201

13
25

20

14

P101

TP203

10

TP204

TP206

J105
TP207

PCB / REMOTE_MOUNT_Back_Housing / (PCB 84966583A01) BOTTOM & TOP SIDE

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VR102

VR101

FLT_A+_REG

C102

C101

P101

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470pF

470pF

NU

33V

10

33V

FLT_A+

SCI_TX

ON_OFF_CONTROL

7
6

SPKR-

AUDIO-

AUDIO
(Page 2)

SPKRAUDIO-

BUS+

SPKR+

SPKR+

AUDIO+

AUDIO+
AN_2

C105

C106

C107

470pF

470pF

33pF

SWD_5

33pF

SWD_5

VR104

C108

470pF

470pF

VR103
20V

MIC_REAR_1
HANDSET_AUDIO
MIC
HANDSET
MIC_REAR_2

C104

C103

REMOTE MOUNT
CONNECTOR

R103
4.7K

MIC_SEL
AUDIO_SEL

R102
10K

9 10

SCI_TX
ON_OFF_CONTROL
BUS+

P101

USB2_TXEN
USB2_TXD
USB2_SE0
USB2_SUSP
USB2_PUEN
USB2_SPEED
USB2_VM
USB2_VP
USB2_RCV
USB2_D+
USB2_DVBUS_1B
VBUS_2
USB_5V

Front View
P101
10

GND

FLT_A+

SCI_TX

ON/OFF

GND

SPKRAUDIO-

BUS+

SPKR+

AUDIO+

USB2_TXEN
USB2_TXD
USB2_SE0
USB2_SUSP
USB2_PUEN
USB2_SPEED
USB2_VM
USB2_VP
USB2_RCV
USB_D+
USB_DVBUS_1B
VBUS_2
USB_5V

SWD_5

RM_GCAI_PWR_ON_CLR
IGN_ON
IGN_SENSE
RM_GCAI_ON
GPIO_0
GPIO_3
GPIO_4
GPIO_5
GPIO_6
GPI_7
GPIO_8
GPIO_9

RM_GCAI_PWR_ON_CLR
IGN_ON
IGN_SENSE
RM_GCAI_ON
GPIO_0
GPIO_3
GPIO_4
GPIO_5
GPIO_6
GPI_7
GPIO_8
GPIO_9
I2C_SCL
GPIO_REQ
I2C_SDA

I2C_SCL
GPIO_REQ
I2C_SDA

USB-RS232
(Page 3)

VBUS2_FET_ENA
VBUS1_FET_ENA
USB2_REAR_DET
USB1_REAR_DET
GCAI_OPT_5V_EN
GCAI_OPT_5V_SET

AN_2

RS232_CTS
RS232_RTS
RS232_RX
RS232_TX
RX
CTS
TX
RTS

RS232_CTS
RS232_RTS
RS232_RX
RS232_TX
RX
CTS
TX
RTS

SSI_CLK
SSI_FS

INTERCONNECT

(Page 4)

VCC = 5V

PCB / REMOTE_MOUNT_Back_Housing / (PCB 84966583A01) Schematic Diagram

NC

IO
(Page 5)

NC

AUDIO_SEL
MIC_SEL

SWD_5

GCAI_OPT_5V_SET
GCAI_OPT_5V_EN
USB1_REAR_DET
USB2_REAR_DET
VBUS1_FET_ENA
VBUS2_FET_ENA

CONNECTOR
1

MIC_REAR_1
HANDSET_AUDIO
MIC
HANDSET
MIC_REAR_2

AN_2

REMOTE MOUNT

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P201

C214
0.1uF

NU

NU

R201
47.5K

R235
10K

TP206

9V
TP201

9V

C208
0.1uF

R202
0

NU

SPKR-

R232
10K

to 25pin SUB-D Connector

to 10pol TELCO

SPKR+

HANDSET

RX Audio

U201
11 MC3403

R233
10K

R203
0

VAG_1

10

11

U201
MC3403

HANDSET_AUDIO

NU
47.5K
R204

47.5K
R206

47.5K
R205

47.5K
R207

to Front MMP (GCAI)

47.5K
R208

Gain = 2

VAG_1

R209
47.5K
47.5K
R210

47.5K
R211

MC3403

NU

R212
47.5K

U201

R215
392

C211
0.1uF

TP202

9V

10K R213

TP205

to 10pol TELCO

C215
0.1uF

TP203

11

VAG_1

Balanced Audio

NU

TP204

TX Audio

R218
392

TX Audio

9V

R217
10K

U201
MC3403

AUDIO-

13

14

AUDIO+

12

11

VAG_1

R220
10K

Gabel Hybrid

9V

9V

VPOS

9V

9V

VAG_1

C202
0.1uF

R237
100

R236
100

9V

U203
MAX4544EUT
NC

R214
100

C203
0.1uF

R221
0 NU

5
COM

NO

VPOS

R222
15K

GND

R242
100K

1 IN

AUDIO_SEL
C204
1uF

from 25 Pin Connector

R223
15K

TX Audio

MIC_REAR_1
C206
1uF

MIC_REAR_2
FLT_A+_REG

FLT_A+_REG

9V

R234
100

R243
100

9V

C205
.015uF

R225
43.2K

U205
LP2951CD
8
7
3

Q201

INPUT

R228
4.7K

OUTPUT

FEEDBACK

ERROR

SHUTDOWN

SENSE

VR201
18V

10K

5
2
6

NC

NC
NC

GND

VTAP

10K

NU

C207
10uF

R231
4.7K

10K
10K
R227
6.81K

C217
10uF

VCC

MOTORCYCLE_CONTROL_HEAD (PCB: 8408184Y01) Sheet 2

C209
10uF

C210
10uF

VAG_1

GND

MIC

R226
15K

COM

C201
1uF

from Front MMP

from 25 Pin Connector

NC

R216
560

R239
560

R241
100K

R238
560

1 IN

MIC_SEL
R240
100K

TP207 TP208 TP209

U204
MAX4544EUT

C212
10uF

C213
10uF

C216
10uF

NO

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VCC_2.8

VCC

C304
0.1uF

USB2_TXD

1
11
12

USB2_SE0

USB2_SUSP

16

USB2_PUEN

OE_N

VREG
RCV

VO_VPO

VP

FSE0_VMO

VM
VPU

SUSPND
ENUMERATE

DPOS

MODE

DNEG
SPEED

17

GND

14

VCC

C306
0.1uF

VBUS

1
2

USB

C305
0.1uF

U301
NC7SZ32

USB2_TXEN

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13
2
3

R305
1.5K

4
15

33 R306

10

USB2_D+

USB2_D-

33 R311

R313
15K

R312
15K

U302
ISP1105

C309

USB2_SPEED
USB2_VM
USB2_VP

C310

33pF

33pF

NU

NU

Q305

47k

DTr2

47k

4.7k

DTr1

4.7k

USB2_RCV

VCC_3.3

4-WIRE RS232

C301
0.1uF

C316
470pF

U303
MAX3232E

VCC

19

USB2_MODE_SEL

D301
0.1uF

C302

0.1uF

C303

VBUS_2
R304 1K

VCC_2.8 VCC_2.8

R317
15K

R316
10K

15

RX

12

RTS

R315
10K

C312
0.1uF

C311
10uF

14

TX

13

CTS

4.7K
R303

4.7k
TP303

DTr2

TP304

USB1_REAR_DET

NC3
C2POS

NC4

1
10
11
20

C2NEG
R1OUT

R1IN

R2OUT

R2IN

16
9

RS232_RX

T1IN

T1OUT

T2IN

T2OUT

17

RS232_RTS

RS232_TX
RS232_CTS

VPOS
VNEG

C308
0.1uF

47k
4

47k

4.7k 3

Q307
FDC6330L

4.7K
R301

C307
0.1uF

DTr1
USB_5V

NC2

18

7
R319
10K TP302

USB2_REAR_DET

NC1

C1NEG

R302 1K

R318
10K

C1POS

GND

4
TP301

VBUS2_FET_ENA

2
4

Q306
FDC6330L

FMG8A
Q308

VBUS_1B

TP305

R320
10K

R322
15K

R321
10K

C315
0.1uF

C314
10uF

USW_5V

5
1

VCC

3 4.7k

VCC_2.8
Q302
EMD9FT2R

U304
NC7SZ175P6X

R323
100K

GCAI_OPT_5V_SET

OPT_5V

USW_5V
C317
0.1uF

CP

VCC
D

47k
GCAI_OPT_5V_EN

R324
100K

4.7k
Q301

GND

GND

DTr1

47k

DTr2

5
4

VBUS1_FET_ENA

FMG8A

MOTORCYCLE_CONTROL_HEAD (PCB: 8408184Y01) Sheet 2

U301
C313
0.1uF

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413A

MOTOROLA INTERNAL USE ONLY


AN_3

VR403

D401

5.6V

K1

VBUS_1B

REAR_D-

REAR_D+

A1

R423
33

K2
K3
K4

C402

C403

C404

C405

C406

C407

C408

C409

C410

C411

C412

C413

C414

470pF

33pF

33pF

470pF

470pF

33pF

33pF

33pF

33pF

33pF

33pF

33pF

470pF

NU

A2

VBUS_2

VCC_2.8

TP401

DASH_REM

R424
33

C401

A2
K4

K1

20V

SSI_CLK

4
5
6

USB2_PUEN

K3

20V

SSI_FS

USB2_SPEED

VR402

K2

VR401

AN_2

NU

5.6V

A1

VR405

AN_2

R425
1K

NU

C417

C418

C416

470pF

470pF

470pF

C419

C420

C421

C422

C423

C424

470pF

470pF

33pF

33pF

470pF

470pF

AN_3

25 Pin
Conn
J105

USB2_SUSP

USB2_SE0

8
9

USB2_TXD

AN_1

40 Pin
Conn
J104

AN_2

470pF

33pF

1
C452
470pF

C415

GPIO_9

USB2_TXEN

10

USB2_RCV

11

USB2_VM

12

USB2_VP

13

GPIO_REQ

14

GPIO_6

GPIO_8

GPIO_3

VBUS_1B

REAR_D-

15

I2C_SDA

REAR_D+

I2C_SCL

16

CTS

17

RTS

18

TX

19

RX

20

GPIO_0

VBUS_2

10

RS232_TX

11

RS232_RX

12

MIC_REAR_2

21

1_WIRE

13
BUS+

22

SCI_TX

23

14

GPIO_5

15

GPI_7

R426
47

24

USW_5V

16

1_WIRE
C453
10uF

VCC_2.8

25

VCC_3.3

26

17

HANDSET

18
27

HANDSET_AUDIO

19

MIC_REAR_1

28
20

GPIO_4

29

MIC

21

USB_D+

VCC

= 5V

30

22

USB_D-

RM_ON

31

REAR_D+

32

REAR_D-

33

23

RS232_RTS

24

RS232_CTS
R427
10K

25

PWR_ON

34
C430

C431

470pF

C451

33pF

33pF

C432
33pF

C433
33pF

C434

C427

C429

470pF

470pF

470pF

C435
33pF

C436

C428

C450

C426

C425

470pF

470pF

470pF

33pF

33pF

35

USB_5V

36

VR406
20V

37

USW_5V

USW_5V

38

ON_OFF_CONTROL

USW_5V

39
C455

R429
4.7K

0.1uF

R431
100K

VCC

Q401

10K

CP

10K
10K

R430
100K
2

IGN_SENSE

IGN_ON

GND

C454
0.1uF

C437

C438

C439

C440

C441

C442

C443

C444

C445

C446

C447

C448

C449

470pF

470pF

470pF

33pF

33pF

33pF

33pF

33pF

33pF

33pF

33pF

33pF

33pF

NU

NU

10K
R428
4.7K

40

FLT_A+_REG

D402

RM_ON
U401
NC7SZ175P6X

RM_GCAI_ON

RM_GCAI_PWR_ON_CLR

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VCC_3.3

MOTOROLA INTERNAL USE ONLY

USW_5V

USW_5V

413A

USW_5V
C506
R501
15K

R508
100K

VCC

CP

R521
15K
NU

R502
270

GPIO_0

3
4

GCAI Pin 10
GPIO_0 PwrOn

VCC

VCC_3.3

RM_GCAI_ON

GND

RM_GCAI_PWR_ON_CLR

0.1uF

IGN_ON

I2C_SCL

GPIO_1 is shared with USB from Main PCB


GPIO_2 is shared with USB from Main PCB

U507
NC7SZ175P6X

R503
15K

NU
VCC_2.8

R522
4.7K
NU

R504
270

VCC_2.8

GPIO_3
C501
0.1uF

22

GPIO_REQ

20

I2C_SDA

21

U501
PCA9535BS

R505
15K

VCC

R507
15K

19

SCL

INT
SDA

A0
A1
A2

13
14

USB1_REAR_DET

15

USB2_REAR_DET

16
17

VCC_2.8 VCC_2.8 VCC_2.8 VCC_2.8

9V

C505
0.1uF

R555
15K

P13

P03

P14

P04

P15

P05

P16

P06

P17

P07

R540
33.2K

GCAI Pin 9 Hook


Defaults to IN, but also full IO

GPIO_4

18
23
24

FLT_A+_REG

VCC

VCC

VCC FLT_A+_REG

1
2

Remote GCAI Pwr On Sense

R511
4.7K

R510
4.7K

R512
4.7K

R513
4.7K

5
6

GPIO_5

R514 270

GPIO_6
R515 270
VCC_2.8

5.000V

R557
15K

R556
15K

P02

VCC

C504
0.1uF
R554
15K

P01

P12

25

IGN_SENSE

P11

GND1

12

P00

GND2

11

P10

R523
4.7K
NU

R506
270

10

GCAI Pin 2 PTT


Defaults to IN, but also full IO

VCC

VCC_3.3

GPIO_8
R516 270

R541
33.2K

GPIO_9

C502
0.1uF

R518
15K

Q501

U503
LM2901
2

10K

4.375V

10K
5
12
R542
33.2K

9V
U503
LM2901
1

10K
10K

3.125V

R519
10K

Q502

12
R547
33.2K

9V
U503
LM2901
14

R520
15K

1.875V

9
12
R548
33.2K

9V
U503
LM2901
13

10

0.625V

11
12

VCC

R550
33.2K

R551
33.2K
0.000V

VCC_2.8

R549
33.2K

C503
0.1uF

R552
15K
GPI_7

VCC_2.8

VCC_2.8

VCC_2.8
22
20

R530
15K
NU

R531
15K
NU

R532
15K
NU

R533
15K
NU

VCC

VCC_2.8

21

U502
PCA9535BS
VCC_2.8

SCL

INT
SDA

A0

R534
15K
NU

A1
A2

19
18
23

VCC_2.8

24

generate SWD_5 for SCI_TX and BUS+ PU

16
R536
15K

R537
15K

R538
15K

R539
15K

17

P04

P15

P05

P16

P06

P17

P07

VCC = 5V

HW ID

4
5
6
7
8

Q503

VBUS1_FET_ENA
VBUS2_FET_ENA
AUDIO_SEL

VCC

P03

P14

Remote GCAI Pwr On Clear

SWD_5
10K

P13

25

R535
15K

P02

MIC_SEL
GCAI_OPT_5V_EN
GCAI_OPT_5V_SET

10K

15

P12

10K

14

P01

10K

13

P00

P11

12

P10

GND1

11

GND2

10

GPIO_9 OUT

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Parts List
Enhanced Control Head (PCB: 8466580A01)
Reference

Motorola PN

Value

C0802

2113945C09

CAP, 470pF

R502

0613952E09

RES, 12.1K

R504

0613952E09

RES, 12.1K

R102

0613952H25

RES, 10

R101

0613952H37

RES, 33

R103

0613952H37

RES, 33

R287

0613952H49

RES, 100

R415

0613952H49

RES, 100

R530

0613952H49

RES, 100

R314

0613952H57

RES, 220

R315

0613952H57

RES, 220

R316

0613952H57

RES, 220

R532

0613952N70

RES, 52.3K

R515

0613952N71

RES, 53.6K

R513

0613952N81

RES, 68.1K

R511

0613952P09

RES, 121K

R509

0613952P22

RES, 165K

R531

0613952P22

RES, 165K

R508

0613952P51

RES, 332K

R510

0613952P81

RES, 681K

R296

0613952Q25

RES, 10

R297

0613952Q25

RES, 10

R533

0613952Q25

RES, 10

R160

0613952Q37

RES, 33

R161

0613952Q37

RES, 33

R163

0613952Q37

RES, 33

R164

0613952Q37

RES, 33

R165

0613952Q37

RES, 33

R166

0613952Q37

RES, 33

R167

0613952Q37

RES, 33

R168

0613952Q37

RES, 33

R258

0613952Q37

RES, 33

R405

0613952Q49

RES, 100

R503

0613952Q49

RES, 100

R330

0613952Q57

RES, 220

R331

0613952Q57

RES, 220

R313

0613952Q73

RES, 1K

R320

0613952Q73

RES, 1K

R358

0613952Q73

RES, 1K

R407

0613952Q73

RES, 1K

R408

0613952Q73

RES, 1K

R409

0613952Q73

RES, 1K

R410

0613952Q73

RES, 1K

R411

0613952Q73

RES, 1K

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Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

R417

0613952Q73

RES, 1K

R264

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R427

0613952R12

RES, 30K

R505

0613952Q73

RES, 1K

R265

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R403

0613952R13

RES, 33K

R512

0613952Q73

RES, 1K

R288

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R404

0613952R13

RES, 33K

R545

0613952Q73

RES, 1K

R290

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R506

0613952R13

RES, 33K

R286

0613952Q77

RES, 1.5K

R295

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R335

0613952R17

RES, 47K

R326

0613952Q77

RES, 1.5K

R301

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R413

0613952R17

RES, 47K

R414

0613952Q77

RES, 1.5K

R303

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R429

0613952R17

RES, 47K

R416

0613952Q79

RES, 1.8K

R305

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R151

0613952R25

RES, 100K

R261

0613952Q81

RES, 2.2K

R309

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R152

0613952R25

RES, 100K

R262

0613952Q81

RES, 2.2K

R310

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R153

0613952R25

RES, 100K

R307

0613952Q81

RES, 2.2K

R311

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R154

0613952R25

RES, 100K

R308

0613952Q81

RES, 2.2K

R321

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R203

0613952R25

RES, 100K

R401

0613952Q85

RES, 3.3K

R323

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R207

0613952R25

RES, 100K

R402

0613952Q85

RES, 3.3K

R325

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R208

0613952R25

RES, 100K

R428

0613952Q85

RES, 3.3K

R329

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R210

0613952R25

RES, 100K

R155

0613952Q89

RES, 4.7K

R333

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R211

0613952R25

RES, 100K

R157

0613952Q89

RES, 4.7K

R334

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R212

0613952R25

RES, 100K

R354

0613952Q89

RES, 4.7K

R336

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R347

0613952R25

RES, 100K

R406

0613952Q89

RES, 4.7K

R337

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R348

0613952R25

RES, 100K

R435

0613952Q89

RES, 4.7K

R345

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R522

0613952R33

RES, 220K

R541

0613952Q89

RES, 4.7K

R412

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R340

0613952R37

RES, 330K

R547

0613952Q89

RES, 4.7K

R421

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R341

0613952R37

RES, 330K

R551

0613952Q89

RES, 4.7K

R424

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R342

0613952R37

RES, 330K

R344

0613952Q91

RES, 5.6K

R425

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R343

0613952R37

RES, 330K

R214

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R426

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R520

0613952R37

RES, 330K

R215

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R436

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R346

0613952R41

RES, 470K

R218

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R501

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R162

0613952R66

RES, 0

R219

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R507

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R213

0613952R66

RES, 0

R223

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R514

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R220

0613952R66

RES, 0

R228

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R540

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R224

0613952R66

RES, 0

R230

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R542

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R225

0613952R66

RES, 0

R231

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R543

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R257

0613952R66

RES, 0

R232

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R548

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R260

0613952R66

RES, 0

R233

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R549

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R266

0613952R66

RES, 0

R234

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R550

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R267

0613952R66

RES, 0

R235

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R304

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R268

0613952R66

RES, 0

R237

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R306

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R269

0613952R66

RES, 0

R242

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R312

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R270

0613952R66

RES, 0

R243

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R322

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R271

0613952R66

RES, 0

R244

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R324

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R272

0613952R66

RES, 0

R246

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R327

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R273

0613952R66

RES, 0

R248

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R328

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R274

0613952R66

RES, 0

R249

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R357

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R275

0613952R66

RES, 0

R253

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R422

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R276

0613952R66

RES, 0

R255

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R430

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R277

0613952R66

RES, 0

R256

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R423

0613952R12

RES, 30K

R278

0613952R66

RES, 0

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Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

R279

0613952R66

RES, 0

C272

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C118

2113944C43

CAP, 82pF

C273

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R280

0613952R66

RES, 0

C277

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C244

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C274

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R281

0613952R66

RES, 0

C289

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C245

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C275

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R282

0613952R66

RES, 0

C292

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C328

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C276

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R283

0613952R66

RES, 0

C605

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C414

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C279

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R284

0613952R66

RES, 0

C606

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C602

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C280

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R285

0613952R66

RES, 0

C625

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C604

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C281

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R291

0613952R66

RES, 0

C626

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C607

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C282

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R318

0613952R66

RES, 0

C627

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C608

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C283

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R361

0613952R66

RES, 0

C629

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C609

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C284

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R400

0613952R66

RES, 0

C630

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C611

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C285

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R442

0613952R66

RES, 0

C615

2113944A38

CAP, 82pF

C612

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C286

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R443

0613952R66

RES, 0

C616

2113944A38

CAP, 82pF

C613

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C287

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R523

0613952R66

RES, 0

C617

2113944A38

CAP, 82pF

C614

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C288

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R534

0613952R66

RES, 0

C618

2113944A38

CAP, 82pF

C624

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C291

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R535

0613952R66

RES, 0

C619

2113944A38

CAP, 82pF

C632

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C293

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R536

0613952R66

RES, 0

C620

2113944A38

CAP, 82pF

C633

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C301

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R537

0613952R66

RES, 0

C621

2113944A38

CAP, 82pF

C636

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C324

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R539

0613952R66

RES, 0

C622

2113944A38

CAP, 82pF

C637

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C326

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R544

0613952R66

RES, 0

C623

2113944A38

CAP, 82pF

C506

2113945C02

CAP, .01uF

C401

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R606

0613952R66

RES, 0

C628

2113944A38

CAP, 82pF

C505

2113945C31

CAP, 0.1uF

C402

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R607

0613952R66

RES, 0

C631

2113944A38

CAP, 82pF

C206

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C403

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R608

0613952R66

RES, 0

C634

2113944A38

CAP, 82pF

C220

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C404

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R609

0613952R66

RES, 0

C635

2113944A38

CAP, 82pF

C221

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C405

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R612

0613952R66

RES, 0

C519

2113944A40

CAP, 100pF

C223

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C406

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R613

0613952R66

RES, 0

C524

2113944A42

CAP, 150pF

C224

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C409

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R221

0613952R74

RES, 10MEG

C101

2113944C06

CAP, 470pF

C225

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C413

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R521

0613952R74

RES, 10MEG

C102

2113944C06

CAP, 470pF

C226

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C421

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

J102

0916162H02

pin CONN_J

C104

2113944C06

CAP, 470pF

C227

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C422

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

J401

0916875H01

pin CONN_J

C105

2113944C06

CAP, 470pF

C228

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C516

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

J101

0964501H02

CONN_J

C108

2113944C06

CAP, 470pF

C229

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C522

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

J603

0971065L01

pin CONN_J

C109

2113944C06

CAP, 470pF

C230

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C528

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

J403

0971315L01

CONN_J

C112

2113944C06

CAP, 470pF

C231

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C529

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

J201

0988866N01

pin CONN_J

C113

2113944C06

CAP, 470pF

C232

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C533

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C523

2113944A25

CAP, 10pF

C114

2113944C06

CAP, 470pF

C233

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C540

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C532

2113944A26

CAP, 12pF

C116

2113944C06

CAP, 470pF

C241

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C541

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C204

2113944A28

CAP, 18pF

C121

2113944C06

CAP, 470pF

C255

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C542

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C205

2113944A28

CAP, 18pF

C407

2113944C06

CAP, 470pF

C256

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C545

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C531

2113944A28

CAP, 18pF

C408

2113944C06

CAP, 470pF

C257

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C546

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C518

2113944A29

CAP, 22pF

C501

2113944C06

CAP, 470pF

C261

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C547

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C258

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C504

2113944C06

CAP, 470pF

C262

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C234

2113946D02

CAP, 1.0uF

C259

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C601

2113944C06

CAP, 470pF

C263

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C266

2113946D02

CAP, 1.0uF

C260

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C103

2113944C36

CAP, 33pF

C267

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C278

2113946D02

CAP, 1.0uF

C264

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C107

2113944C36

CAP, 33pF

C268

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C290

2113946D02

CAP, 1.0uF

C265

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C110

2113944C43

CAP, 82pF

C269

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C295

2113946D02

CAP, 1.0uF

C270

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C115

2113944C43

CAP, 82pF

C271

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C242

2113956B54

CAP, 10uF

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Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

C243

2113956B54

CAP, 10uF

Q201

4813973M07

MMBT3904

U511

5102836C11

FSA4157L6X_NL

C544

NOTPLACED

CAP, 0.1uF

C294

2113956B54

CAP, 10uF

Q305

4813973M07

MMBT3904

U512

5102836C11

FSA4157L6X_NL

D304

NOTPLACED

12M04

C327

2113956B54

CAP, 10uF

Q403

4813973M07

MMBT3904

U507

5109512F66

LP2985

D504

NOTPLACED

MMBD6100

C410

2113956B54

CAP, 10uF

Q410

4813973M07

MMBT3904

U328

5109817F77

LMV7275

D506

NOTPLACED

MMBD6100

C415

2113956B54

CAP, 10uF

D301

4813978A19

MBR120LSFT1

U421

5109817F77

LMV7275

J202

NOTPLACED

CONN_P

C416

2113956B54

CAP, 10uF

D302

4813978A25

BAT54HT1G

U422

5109817F77

LMV7275

M101

NOTPLACED

CONTACT

C513

2113956B54

CAP, 10uF

D502

4813978A25

BAT54HT1G

U504

5109920D39

TPS62220

M103

NOTPLACED

CONTACT

C517

2113956B54

CAP, 10uF

D507

4813978A25

BAT54HT1G

U505

5109920D39

TPS62220

M107

NOTPLACED

CONTACT

C520

2113956B54

CAP, 10uF

D350

4813978C02

MMBD6100

U503

5109920D44

LT1937

M108

NOTPLACED

CONTACT

C521

2113956B54

CAP, 10uF

D503

4813978C02

MMBD6100

U206

5114000B39

74VHC125

M110

NOTPLACED

CONTACT

C525

2113956B54

CAP, 10uF

D505

4813978C02

MMBD6100

U207

5114000B39

74VHC125

M112

NOTPLACED

CONTACT

C526

2113956B54

CAP, 10uF

D510

4813978C02

MMBD6100

U210

5114000B39

74VHC125

M113

NOTPLACED

CONTACT

C527

2113956B54

CAP, 10uF

D511

4813978C02

MMBD6100

U420

5114000B39

74VHC125

M114

NOTPLACED

CONTACT

C534

2113956B54

CAP, 10uF

D513

4813978C02

MMBD6100

U502

5114004A35

NCP301

M115

NOTPLACED

CONTACT

C610

2113956B54

CAP, 10uF

D501

4813978N08

MBRS130

U403

5114007A43

NL17SZ14

M116

NOTPLACED

CONTACT

C120

2113956C37

CAP, 10uF

VR102

4813979C11

MMQA20VT1

U404

5114007A43

NL17SZ14

Q327

NOTPLACED

EMD9FT2R

C325

2113956D58

CAP, 22uF

VR101

4813979P10

MMQA5V6T1

U508

5114007A43

NL17SZ14

Q350

NOTPLACED

EMD9FT2R

C507

2113956D58

CAP, 22uF

VR401

4813979P10

MMQA5V6T1

U208

5114007A47

NC7SZ32

Q351

NOTPLACED

FMG8A

C508

2113956D58

CAP, 22uF

VR501

4813979P10

MMQA5V6T1

U506

5114014A22

LP2951CD

Q353

NOTPLACED

FMG8A

C509

2113956D58

CAP, 22uF

VR502

4814026A19

1SMB5931B

U302

5115007H01

SN74LVC1T45

R156

NOTPLACED

RES, 100K

C510

2113956D58

CAP, 22uF

Q202

4815272H01

EMD9FT2R

U303

5115007H01

SN74LVC1T45

R201

NOTPLACED

RES, 100K

C511

2113956D58

CAP, 22uF

Q301

4815272H01

EMD9FT2R

U304

5115007H01

SN74LVC1T45

R202

NOTPLACED

RES, 100K

C512

2113956D58

CAP, 22uF

Q325

4815272H01

EMD9FT2R

U323

5115007H01

SN74LVC1T45

R204

NOTPLACED

RES, 100K

C502

2313960J01

CAPP, 10uF

Q352

4815272H01

EMD9FT2R

U325

5115007H01

SN74LVC1T45

R205

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

C503

2313960J01

CAPP, 10uF

Q404

4815272H01

EMD9FT2R

U324

5164015H50

TPS2041B

R206

NOTPLACED

RES, 100K

C514

2314030J28

CAPP, 22uF

Q405

4815272H01

EMD9FT2R

Q326

5166540A01

FDC6330L

R209

NOTPLACED

RES, 100K

L502

2487956V01

IDCTR, 22uH

Q411

4815272H01

EMD9FT2R

Q401

5166540A01

FDC6330L

R216

NOTPLACED

RES, 10MEG

L501

2489932S02

IDCTR, 33uH

Q412

4815272H01

EMD9FT2R

U515

5185319Y01

74HC4060A

R217

NOTPLACED

RES, 470K

L505

2489932S02

IDCTR, 33uH

Q500

4815272H01

EMD9FT2R

U205

5185941F17

MT48H8M16LF

R222

NOTPLACED

RES, 10MEG

L507

2489932S02

IDCTR, 33uH

Q501

4815272H01

EMD9FT2R

U501

5185941F48

LM2676

R226

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

L503

2589195N04

IDCTR, 4.7uH

Q502

4815272H01

EMD9FT2R

U201

5185941F53

R227

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

EIM_BLOCK

L504

2589195N04

IDCTR, 4.7uH

Q503

4815272H01

EMD9FT2R

U209

5185941F65

MC74LVX373

R236

NOTPLACED

RES, 10K

SH501

2616535H01

SHIELD

Q504

4815272H01

EMD9FT2R

U204

5185956E43

_75 28F128W18BD60

R240

NOTPLACED

RES, 10K

M102

3264646H01

CONTACT

Q505

4815272H01

EMD9FT2R

U401

5186311J07

NC7SZ175P6X

R241

NOTPLACED

RES, 10K

M104

3264646H01

CONTACT

Q506

4815272H01

EMD9FT2R

U402

5186311J07

NC7SZ175P6X

R245

NOTPLACED

RES, 10K

M105

3264646H01

CONTACT

Q507

4815272H01

EMD9FT2R

U509

5186311J07

NC7SZ175P6X

R247

NOTPLACED

RES, 10K

M106

3264646H01

CONTACT

Q508

4815272H01

EMD9FT2R

U513

5189263U10

TPS71501DCKR

R250

NOTPLACED

RES, 10K

M109

3264646H01

CONTACT

D401

4815814H01

HT-S91UD

C201

NOTPLACED

CAP, 0.1uF

R251

NOTPLACED

RES, 10K

M111

3264646H01

CONTACT

D402

4815814H01

HT-S91UD

C202

NOTPLACED

CAP, 18pF

R252

NOTPLACED

RES, 10K

M201

3989655N03

CONTACT

D101

4866544A01

SR05

C203

NOTPLACED

CAP, 18pF

R254

NOTPLACED

RES, 10K

S501

4015040C01

SWITCH

U301

5102836C11

FSA4157L6X_NL

C350

NOTPLACED

CAP, 0.1uF

R259

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

Y201

4802582S85

XTAL

U321

5102836C11

FSA4157L6X_NL

C352

NOTPLACED

CAP, 0.1uF

R263

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

Q322

4805921T28

FMG8A

U322

5102836C11

FSA4157L6X_NL

C515

NOTPLACED

CAP, 1uF

R289

NOTPLACED

RES, 10K

Q323

4805921T28

FMG8A

U326

5102836C11

FSA4157L6X_NL

C530

NOTPLACED

CAP, 100pF

R317

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

Q324

4805921T28

FMG8A

U327

5102836C11

FSA4157L6X_NL

C535

NOTPLACED

CAP, 0.1uF

R319

NOTPLACED

RES, 15K

Y501

4809995L20

MC146

U510

5102836C11

FSA4157L6X_NL

C536

NOTPLACED

CAP, 0.1uF

R332

NOTPLACED

RES, 10K

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Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

R338

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

C108

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

C203

2113928H09

CAPACITOR,CHIP,1uF,+10,-10,

C608

2113928H09

CAPACITOR,CHIP,1uF,+10,-10,10,

R339

NOTPLACED

RES, 330

C109

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

C303

2113945L17

2113945C31

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

C110

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

CAPACITOR,FIXED,470PF,+5%,-5%,50VDC

C610

R350

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,

R351

NOTPLACED

RES, 100K

C111

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

C304

2113945L17

CAPACITOR,FIXED,470PF,+5%,-5%,50VDC

C611

2113945C31

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,

R352

NOTPLACED

RES, 100K

C112

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

C305

2113928H09

CAPACITOR,CHIP,1uF,+10,-10,10

C612

2313960G32

R355

NOTPLACED

RES, 100K

C113

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

C306

2113928H09

CAPACITOR,CHIP,1uF,+10,-10,10

CAPACITOR,FIXED,10UF,+10%,10%,35V-D

R359

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

C114

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

C307

2113928H02

2113928J08

CAP CERAMIC CHIP 10.0UF

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

C116

2113945L17

C614

2113945L17

R399

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

CAPACITOR,FIXED,470PF,+5%,-5%,50VDC

CAPACITOR,CHIP,.22UF,+10%,-10%,10VDC

C613

R360

CAPACITOR,FIXED,470PF,+5%,-5%,50VDC

R440

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

C117

2113945G91

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC

C615

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

R441

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

C118

2113945L17

R444

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

CAPACITOR,FIXED,470PF,+5%,-5%,50VDC

R524

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

C119

2113945L17

R529

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

CAPACITOR,FIXED,470PF,+5%,-5%,50VDC

R538

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

C120

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

R602

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

C121

2113945L17

R603

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

R604

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,

C616

2113945L17

CAPACITOR,FIXED,470PF,+5%,-5%,50VDC

C401

2113945C31

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,

D101

4813978C02

DIODE ARRAY,SWITCHING,SM,SOT23,200MA,70V,.225W,2

C402

2113945C31

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,

D102

4813978C02

DIODE ARRAY,SWITCHING,SM,SOT23,200MA,70V,.225W,2

CAPACITOR,FIXED,470PF,+5%,-5%,50VDC

C403

2113945G91

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,0805,X7R,-

F101

6503566D15

FUSE,THIN FILM,2A,32V,

J1001

0916162H02

CONNECTOR,FEMALE,12CONT,12 POS,
FLEX CONNECTOR, SIDE ENTRY

J1003

0966512A01

CONNECTOR,BOARD TO BOARD,0
ROW,RECEPTACLE,20CONT,2.54MM,

J1005

0905505Y04

CONNECTOR,FLEX CIRCUIT,1
ROW,FEMALE,40CONT,.5MM

J1022

0905505Y04

CONNECTOR,FLEX CIRCUIT,1
ROW,FEMALE,40CONT,.5MM,

Q101

4813973M07

TRANSISTOR,BIP GENERAL PURPOSE


SMALL SIGNAL

Q102

4813973A42

TRANSISTOR,BIP GENERAL PURPOSE


SMALL SIGNAL

Q103

4813973A87

TRANSISTOR,BIP GENERAL PURPOSE


SMALL SIGNAL

Q401

4813973A87

TRANSISTOR,BIP GENERAL PURPOSE


SMALL SIGNAL

Q501

4813973A42

TRANSISTOR,BIP GENERAL PURPOSE


SMALL SIGNAL

C122

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

C404

2113945G91

C123

2113945L17

CAPACITOR,FIXED,470PF,+5%,-5%,50VDC

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,0805,X7R,-

C405

2113945C31

CAPACITOR,FIXED,470PF,+5%,-5%,50VDC

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,

C406

2113945G91

CAPACITOR,FIXED,470PF,+5%,-5%,50VDC

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,0805,X7R,-

C407

2113945G91

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,0805,X7R,-

C501

2313960F30

CAPACITOR,FIXED,47UF,+10%,10%,10V-DC,

C502

2113945C31

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,

C503

2113945L17

CAPACITOR,FIXED,470PF,+5%,-5%,50VDC

C505

2113945C18

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.012UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC

2113928J08

CAP CERAMIC CHIP 10.0UF

RES, 0

R610

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

R611

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

R614

NOTPLACED

RES, 0

S401

NOTPLACED

SWITCH

SH201

NOTPLACED

SHIELD

C126

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

C127

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

C128

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

C124
C125

2113945L17
2113945L17

SH502

NOTPLACED

SHIELD

U202

NOTPLACED

MC74HC1GU04D

U203

NOTPLACED

NL17SZ14

C129

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

U211

NOTPLACED

74VHC125

C130

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

U350

NOTPLACED

NC7SZ175P6X

C131

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

U352

NOTPLACED

NC7SZ175P6X

C132

Y202

NOTPLACED

CC4V

C133

Motorola PN

Value

C101

2113945C31

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,

CAPACITOR,CHIP,.22UF,+10%,-10%,10VDC

2113945C31

NOTPLACED

Reference

2113928H02

C309

R605

Expansion Head / Main Board


(PCB 8466586A01)

C308

C134

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

C506

C135

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

C507

2113945C31

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,

Q503

4813971A08

TRANSISTOR,BIP GENERAL PURPOSE


POWER,BIPOLAR

C136

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

C508

2113945C31

4813973A42

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,

Q504

C137

TRANSISTOR,BIP GENERAL PURPOSE


SMALL SIGNAL

C138

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

C601

2113945L17

4813973A13

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

CAPACITOR,FIXED,470PF,+5%,-5%,50VDC

Q601

C139

TRANSISTOR,BIP GENERAL PURPOSE


SMALL SIGNAL

C102

2113945C31

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,

C140

2113945L17

CAPACITOR,FIXED,470PF,+5%,-5%,50VDC

C602

2113945C31

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,

Q602

4813973A13

TRANSISTOR,BIP GENERAL PURPOSE


SMALL SIGNAL

C103

2113945G91

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,

C141

2113945L17

CAPACITOR,FIXED,470PF,+5%,-5%,50VDC

C603

2113945C31

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,

Q603

4813973M07

TRANSISTOR,BIP GENERAL PURPOSE


SMALL SIGNAL

C104

2113945G91

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,

C142

2113945L17

CAPACITOR,FIXED,470PF,+5%,-5%,50VDC

C604

2113945L17

CAPACITOR,FIXED,470PF,+5%,-5%,50VDC

Q604

4813973A13

TRANSISTOR,BIP GENERAL PURPOSE


SMALL SIGNAL

C105

2113945G91

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,

C143

2313960G32

CAPACITOR,FIXED,10UF,+10%,10%,35V-DC,

C605

2113945C31

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,

R101

0613952G67

RESISTOR,METAL FILM,0OHM,1%,.1W,

R102

0613952J17

C106

2113945G91

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,

C145

2113945L17

CAPACITOR,FIXED,470PF,+5%,-5%,50VDC

C606

2113945C31

CAPACITOR,FIXED,.1UF,+10%,10%,50V-DC,

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,47KOHM,5%,.1W,

R103

0613952J01

C107

2113944C43

CAPACITOR,CHIP,82PF,+5%,-5%,50V-DC

C202

2113928J08

CAP CERAMIC CHIP 10.0UF

C607

2311049A08

CAPACITOR,FIXED,1UF,+10%,-10%,35VDC

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,10KOHM,5%,.1W,

CONTROL HEADS: SCHEMATICS, PCBs and PARTS LISTS

MTM800 ENH Mobile Terminal / Detailed Service Manual

8.2 - 35

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

R104

0613952J17

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,47KOHM,5%,.1W,

R222

0613952G67

RESISTOR,METAL FILM,0OHM,1%,.1W,

R508

0613952E88

R620

0613952J01

R223

0613952G67

RESISTOR,METAL FILM,0OHM,1%,.1W,

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,80.6KOHM,1%,.1W,

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,10KOHM,5%,.1W,

R105

0613952G67

RESISTOR,METAL FILM,0OHM,1%,.1W,

R301

0613952J01

R509

0613952H25

RESISTOR,METAL FILM,10OHM,5%,.1W,

R623

0613952H67

CER CHIP RES 560 OHM 5% 0603

R106

0613952G67

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,0OHM,1%,.1W,SM,

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,10KOHM,5%,.1W,

R510

0613952E10

0613952H49

0613952J01

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,10KOHM,5%,.1W,

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,12.4KOHM,1%,.1W,

R624

R302

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,100OHM,5%,.1W,

R511

0613952H89

0613952J01

0613952J01

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,10KOHM,5%,.1W,

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,4.7KOHM,5%,.1W,

R625

R303

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,10KOHM,5%,.1W,

U101

5186988J61

IC,TRANSCEIVER,5 DRIVER 3
RECEIVER,EIA/TIA-232 AND
V.28/V.24,MAX3238,SM,SSOP28,+/15KVESD-PROTECTEDI/O AND LOGIC
PINS ,5.5

U201

5114016A18

IC,OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER,4PER
PKG,GENERAL PURPOSE,SOIC,PB
FREE

U301

5114016A18

IC,OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER,4PER
PKG,GENERAL PURPOSE,SOIC,PB
FREE

R107

0613952G67

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,0OHM,1%,.1W,SM,

R108

0613952H25

RESISTOR,METAL FILM,10OHM,5%,.1W,

R512

0613952H89

R109

0613952H89

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,4.7KOHM,5%,.1W,

R304

0613952J01

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,10KOHM,5%,.1W,

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,4.7KOHM,5%,.1W,

R518

0613952J01

R110

0613952G67

RESISTOR,METAL FILM,0OHM,1%,.1W,

R305

0613952H61

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,10KOHM,5%,.1W,

R111

0613952J17

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,47KOHM,5%,.1W,

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,330OHM,5%,.1W,

R519

0613952H81

R306

0613952H61

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,2.2KOHM,5%,.1W,

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,10KOHM,5%,.1W,

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,330OHM,5%,.1W,

R520

0613952H81

R307

0613952F01

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,100KOHM,1%,.1W,

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,2.2KOHM,5%,.1W,

R601

0613952H89

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,4.7KOHM,5%,.1W,

R112
R113
R114
R115
R201
R202
R205

0613952J01
0613952H95
0613952J17
0613952H89
0613952H89
0613952H89
0613952G67

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,8.2KOHM,5%,.1W,

R308

0613952F01

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,47KOHM,5%,.1W,

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,100KOHM,1%,.1W,

R602

0613952H89

5187547J01

0613952J01

LINE DRIVER,DIFFERENTIAL,SN65LBC179,SM,SOIC8

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,4.7KOHM,5%,.1W,

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,10KOHM,5%,.1W,

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,4.7KOHM,5%,.1W,

U302

R309

R603

0613952H89

5166552A01

0613952J01

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,4.7KOHM,5%,.1W,

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,10KOHM,5%,.1W,

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,4.7KOHM,5%,.1W,

U401

R310

R604

0613952J01

R311

0613952J01

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,10KOHM,5%,.1W,

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,10KOHM,5%,.1W,

IC,CONTROLLER,MAX3100,QSOP,QSOP16,3.6864MH
Z,0BITS,PB-FREE

U402

4886061B02

RESONATOR,CERAMIC,3.68MHZ

R605

0613952H81

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,2.2KOHM,5%,.1W,

U403

5114009A35

IC,TRANSCEIVER,8PER
PKG,74AC244,3-STATE,SM,SOIC20,PBFREE

U404

5188462T01

IC,DRIVER/RECEIVER,RS232 TRANSCEIVER,232,2PER
PKG,TSSOP20,RS232 TRANCIVER
MAXIM 3232 LEADFREE

U501

5114014M39

IC,LINEAR VOLTAGE REGULATOR,FIXED,3V,100MA,SM,SOIC8,PBFREE

U503

5114014A22

IC,LINEAR VOLTAGE REGULATOR,FIXED,5V,100MA,SM,SOIC8,PBFREE

U601

5114009A07

IC,AND,74AC08,4PER PKG,SOIC14,6

U602

5114006A02

IC,COMPARATOR,LM2903,SM,SOIC8,2PER PKG,PBFREE

U603

5109781E79

IC SW ANAL SPDT MAX4544EUT

VR101

4813977M11

DIODE,ZENER,MBZ5232,SM,SOT23,5.6V,10MA,.

VR102

4813977M36

DIODE,ZENER,MBZ5257,SM,SOT23,33V,10MA,.

VR103

4813979P10

DIODE ARRAY,TRANSIENT PROTECTION,SM,SOT-457,5.6V,.225W,ZENER,

VR104

4813979C11

DIODE,SUPPRESSOR,SOT-26/SC74,15V,.

VR105

4813977M36

DIODE,ZENER,MBZ5257,SM,SOT23,33V,10MA,.

VR106

4813979C11

DIODE,SUPPRESSOR,SOT-26/SC74,15V,.

VR108

4813979C11

DIODE,SUPPRESSOR,SOT-26/SC74,15V,.

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,4.7KOHM,5%,.1W,

R312

0613952J01

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,10KOHM,5%,.1W,

R606

0613952H89

R313

0613952F01

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,100KOHM,1%,.1W,

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,4.7KOHM,5%,.1W,

R607

0613952J01

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,10KOHM,5%,.1W,

R608

0613952J01

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,10KOHM,5%,.1W,

RESISTOR,METAL FILM,0OHM,1%,.1W,

R206

0613952G67

RESISTOR,METAL FILM,0OHM,1%,.1W,

R208

0614033G66

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,47KOHM,.1%,.063W,

R314

0613952F01

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,100KOHM,1%,.1W,

R209

0614033G66

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,47KOHM,.1%,.063W,

R315

0613952H45

RESISTOR,METAL FILM,68OHM,5%,.1W,

R210

0614033G66

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,47KOHM,.1%,.063W,

R316

0613952H45

RESISTOR,METAL FILM,68OHM,5%,.1W,

R317

0613952H65

R318

R211
R212

0614033G66
0613952G67

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,47KOHM,.1%,.063W,

0613952G67

RESISTOR,METAL FILM,0OHM,1%,.1W,

R214

0614033G66

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,47KOHM,.1%,.063W,

R215

0614033G66

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,47KOHM,.1%,.063W,

R217
R218
R219
R220
R221

0614033G66
0614033G66
0614033G66
0614033G66
0614033E58
0614033E58

0613952H81

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,2.2KOHM,5%,.1W,

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,470OHM,5%,.1W,

R610

0613952H89

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,4.7KOHM,5%,.1W,

0613952H77

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,1.5KOHM,5%,.1W,

R611

0613952J01

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,10KOHM,5%,.1W,

R319

0613952H81

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,2.2KOHM,5%,.1W,

R320

0613952H37

RESISTOR,METAL FILM,33OHM,5%,.1W,

R321

0613952H37

RESISTOR,METAL FILM,33OHM,5%,.1W,

RESISTOR,METAL FILM,0OHM,1%,.1W,

R213

R216

R609

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,47KOHM,.1%,.063W,
RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,47KOHM,.1%,.063W,
RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,47KOHM,.1%,.063W,
RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,47KOHM,.1%,.063W,
RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,392OHM,.1%,.063W,
RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,392OHM,.1%,.063W,

R322

0613952H37

RESISTOR,METAL FILM,33OHM,5%,.1W,

R612

0613952H81

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,2.2KOHM,5%,.1W,

R613

0613952J01

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,10KOHM,5%,.1W,

R614

0613952H81

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,2.2KOHM,5%,.1W,

R323

0613952H37

RESISTOR,METAL FILM,33OHM,5%,.1W,

R324

0613952H53

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,150OHM,5%,.1W,

R615

0613952H89

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,4.7KOHM,5%,.1W,

R325

0613952H53

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,150OHM,5%,.1W,

R616

0613952J01

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,10KOHM,5%,.1W,

R401

0613952J17

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,47KOHM,5%,.1W,

R617

0613952H92

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,6.2KOHM,5%,.1W,

R402

0613952J17

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,47KOHM,5%,.1W,

R618

0613952E10

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,12.4KOHM,1%,.1W,

R501

0613952E10

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,12.4KOHM,1%,.1W,

R619

0613952J01

RESISTOR,METAL
FILM,10KOHM,5%,.1W,

R502

0613952G67

RESISTOR,METAL FILM,0OHM,1%,.1W,

CONTROL HEADS: SCHEMATICS, PCBs and PARTS LISTS

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

VR109

4813977M36

DIODE,ZENER,MBZ5257,SM,SOT23,33V,10MA,.

VR110

4813977M36

VR111
VR112
VR113

4813977M36
4813977M36
4813977M36

8.2 - 36

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

R203

0613952H89

RES 4.7K

C201

2113928H09

CAP, 1uF

C414

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C415

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

R204

0613952H89

RES 4.7K

C202

DIODE,ZENER,MBZ5257,SM,SOT23,33V,10MA,.

R301

0614033G66

RES 47.5K

C203

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C416

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

R302

0614033G66

RES 47.5K

C204

2113928H09

CAP, 1uF

C417

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

DIODE,ZENER,MBZ5257,SM,SOT23,33V,10MA,.

R303

0613952G67

RES 0

C205

2113946A01

CAP, .015uF

C418

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C206

2113928H09

CAP, 1uF

C419

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C207

2113956C37

CAP, 10uF

C420

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C208

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C421

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C209

2113956C37

CAP, 10uF

C422

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C210

2113956C37

CAP, 10uF

C423

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

R304

0613952G67

RES 0

R306

0614033G66

RES 47.5K

R307

0614033G66

RES 47.5K

R308

0613952G67

RES 0

R309

0613952G67

RES 0

C211

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C424

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

Value

R310

0614033G66

RES 47.5K

C212

2113956C37

CAP, 10uF

C425

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

0614033G66

RES 47.5K

DIODE,ZENER,MBZ5257,SM,SOT23,33V,10MA,.
DIODE,ZENER,MBZ5257,SM,SOT23,33V,10MA,.

Exp. Head (PCB: 8464300B06_A) Conn. Board


Reference

MTM800 ENH Mobile Terminal / Detailed Service Manual

Motorola PN

J0101

2864287B01

CONN_J

R311

C213

2113956C37

CAP, 10uF

C426

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

J0102

0964329B01

CONN_J

R312

0614033G66

RES 47.5K

C214

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C427

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

J0103

0964328B01

CONN_J

R313

0614033G66

RES 47.5K

C215

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C428

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

J0104

0905505Y04

TELCO10PIN

R314

0614033E58

RES 392

C216

2113956C37

CAP, 10uF

C429

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

R315

0614033E58

RES 392

C217

2313960G32

CAPP, 10uF

C430

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C431

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

Remote Mount Head (PCB 8471016L02)


Reference

Motorola PN

Value

C201

2113945C18

CAP .012uF

C202

2113928J08

CAP 10uF

C203

2113945C31

CAP 0.1uF

C204

2113945C31

CAP 0.1uF

C206

2311049A08

CAPP 1uF

C301

2113928J08

CAP 10uF

C302

2113945L17

CAP 470pF

C303

2113945L17

CAP 470pF

C304

2113945L17

CAP 470pF

C305

2113945L17

CAP 470pF

C306

2113945L17

CAP 470pF

C307

2113945L17

CAP 470pF

C308

2113945L17

CAP 470pF

C309

2113945L17

CAP 470pF

C310

2113944C43

CAP 82pF

C311

2113944C43

CAP 82pF

C313

2113928J08

CAP 10uF

C314
F300
J301
J302

2113944C43
6503566D15
0916162H02
2864287B01

CAP 82pF
FUSE undefined
CONN_J undefined
CONN_P undefined

Q101

4813973A42

MUN2213 undefined

R101

0613952E10

RES 12.4K

R102

0613952G67

RES 0

R201

0613952E88

RES 80.6K

R202

0613952E10

RES 12.4K

R316

0614033G66

RES 47.5K

C301

R317

0614033G66

RES 47.5K

C302

2113945G91

CAP, 0.1uF

C432

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C303

2113945G91

CAP, 0.1uF

C433

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C304

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C434

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C305

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C435

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C306

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C436

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C307

2113945G91

CAP, 0.1uF

C437

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C308

2113945G91

CAP, 0.1uF

C438

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C309

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C439

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

R318

0613952G67

RES 0

R321

0613952E10

RES 12.4K

R322

0613952H92

RES 6.2K

R323

0613952H89

RES 4.7K

R324

0613952H89

RES 4.7K

R325

0613952E10

RES 12.4K

R326

0613952E10

RES 12.4K

C310

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C440

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

U201

5114014A22

LP2951CD undefined

C311

2113956C37

CAP, 10uF

C441

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

U202

5114016A18

MC3403 undefined

C312

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C442

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

VR301

4813977M36

MMBZ5257BLT1G
undefined

C313

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C443

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C314

2113956C37

CAP, 10uF

C444

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

VR302

4813977M36

MMBZ5257BLT1G
undefined

C315

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C445

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C316

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C446

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

VR303

4813979C11

MMQA20VT1 undefined

C317

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C447

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

VR304

4813979P10

MMQA5V6T1 undefined

C401

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C448

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C402

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C449

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C403

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C450

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C404

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C451

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

Remote Mount Back Housing(PCB 84966583A01)


Reference

Motorola PN

Value

C405

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C452

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C101

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C406

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C453

2113956C37

CAP, 10uF

C102

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C407

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C454

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C103

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C408

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C455

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C104

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C409

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C501

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C105

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C410

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C502

2113945G91

CAP, 0.1uF

C106

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C411

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C503

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C107

2113945A05

CAP, 470pF

C412

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C504

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

C108

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C413

2113944A31

CAP, 33pF

C505

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

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Reference

Motorola PN

C506
D301
D401
D402

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Value

Reference

2113946B04

CAP, 0.1uF

R231

4866544A01

SR05

R232

4866544A01

SR05

R233

4813978C02

MMBD6100

R234

J104

0971065L01

in CONN_J

J105

2871067L01

CONN_P

P101

2864287B01

P201

2815162H01

Q201

4813973A81

MUN5311DW1T1

R239

Q301

4805921T28

FMG8A

R240

Q302

4815272H01

EMD9FT2R

R241

Q305

4805921T28

FMG8A

R242

Q306

5166540A01

FDC6330L

Q307

5166540A01

FDC6330L

Q308

4805921T28

Q401

4813973A81

Q501
Q502
Q503
R102

Motorola PN

8.2 - 37

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

Reference

Motorola PN

Value

0613952Q89

RES, 4.7K

R507

0613952R05

RES, 15K

U501

5166555A01

PCA9535BS

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R508

0613952R25

RES, 100K

U502

5166555A01

PCA9535BS

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R510

0613952Q89

RES, 4.7K

U503

5114006A03

LM2901

0613952Q49

RES, 100

R511

0613952Q89

RES, 4.7K

U507

5186311J07

NC7SZ175P6X

R235

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R512

0613952Q89

RES, 4.7K

VR101

4813977M36

MMBZ5257BLT1G

R236

0613952Q49

RES, 100

R513

0613952Q89

RES, 4.7K

VR102

4813977M36

MMBZ5257BLT1G

CONN_P

R237

0613952Q49

RES, 100

R514

0613952Q59

RES, 270

VR103

4813979C11

MMQA20VT1

n CONN_P

R238

0613952Q67

RES, 560

R515

0613952Q59

RES, 270

VR104

4813979C11

MMQA20VT1

0613952Q67

RES, 560

R516

0613952Q59

RES, 270

VR201

4814026A19

1SMB5931B

0613952R25

RES, 100K

R518

0613952R05

RES, 15K

VR401

4813979C11

MMQA20VT1

0613952R25

RES, 100K

R519

0613952R01

RES, 10K

VR402

4813979C11

MMQA20VT1

0613952R25

RES, 100K

R520

0613952R05

RES, 15K

VR403

4813979P10

MMQA5V6T1

R243

0613952Q49

RES, 100

R521

0613952R05

RES, 15K

VR405

4813979P10

MMQA5V6T1

R301

0613952Q89

RES, 4.7K

R522

0613952Q89

RES, 4.7K

VR406

4813979C11

MMQA20VT1

FMG8A

R302

0613952Q73

RES, 1K

R523

0613952Q89

RES, 4.7K

MUN5311DW1T1

R303

0613952Q89

RES, 4.7K

R530

0613952R05

RES, 15K

4813973A81

MUN5311DW1T1

R304

0613952Q73

RES, 1K

R531

0613952R05

RES, 15K

4816147H01

BCV49

R305

0613952Q77

RES, 1.5K

R532

0613952R05

RES, 15K

4813973A81

MUN5311DW1T1

R306

0613952Q37

RES, 33

R533

0613952R05

RES, 15K

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R311

0613952Q37

RES, 33

R534

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R103

0613952Q89

RES, 4.7K

R312

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R535

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R201

0614033G66

RES, 47.5K

R313

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R536

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R202

0613952R66

RES, 0

R315

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R537

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R203

0613952R66

RES, 0

R316

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R538

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R204

0614033G66

RES, 47.5K

R317

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R539

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R205

0614033G66

RES, 47.5K

R318

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R540

0613952N51

RES, 33.2K

R206

0614033G66

RES, 47.5K

R319

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R541

0613952N51

RES, 33.2K

R207

0614033G66

RES, 47.5K

R320

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R542

0613952N51

RES, 33.2K

R208

0614033G66

RES, 47.5K

R321

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R547

0613952N51

RES, 33.2K

R209

0614033G66

RES, 47.5K

R322

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R548

0613952N51

RES, 33.2K

R210

0614033G66

RES, 47.5K

R323

0613952R25

RES, 100K

R549

0613952N51

RES, 33.2K

R211

0614033G66

RES, 47.5K

R324

0613952R25

RES, 100K

R550

0613952N51

RES, 33.2K

R212

0614033G66

RES, 47.5K

R423

0613952R66

RES, 0

R551

0613952N51

RES, 33.2K

R213

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R424

0613952R66

RES, 0

R552

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R214

0613952Q49

RES, 100

R425

0613952Q73

RES, 1K

R554

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R215

0614033E58

RES, 392

R426

0613952Q41

RES, 47

R555

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R216

0613952Q67

RES, 560

R427

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R556

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R217

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R428

0613952Q89

RES, 4.7K

R557

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R218

0614033E58

RES, 392

R429

0613952Q89

RES, 4.7K

U201

5114016A18

MC3403

R220

0613952R01

RES, 10K

R430

0613952R25

RES, 100K

U203

5175771A10

MAX4544EUT

R221

0613952R66

RES, 0

R431

0613952R25

RES, 100K

U204

5175771A10

MAX4544EUT

R222

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R501

0613952R05

RES, 15K

U205

5114014A22

LP2951CD

R223

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R502

0613952Q59

RES, 270

U301

5114007A47

NC7SZ32

R225

0613952N62

RES, 43.2K

R503

0613952R05

RES, 15K

U302

5187970L07

ISP1105

R226

0613952R05

RES, 15K

R504

0613952Q59

RES, 270

U303

5188462T01

MAX3232E

R227

0613952M81

RES, 6.81K

R505

0613952R05

RES, 15K

U304

5186311J07

NC7SZ175P6X

R228

0613952Q89

RES, 4.7K

R506

0613952Q59

RES, 270

U401

5186311J07

NC7SZ175P6X

Note: For optimum performance, diodes, transistors and integrated circuits must be ordered by
MOTOROLA part numbers.

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CHAPTER 9

TROUBLESHOOTING
Section Introduction

General
Troubleshooting faults in the terminal require proper understanding of the different circuitry contained in the terminal. Since the terminal 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 terminal. 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 terminal. Tuning the terminal can only be performed
at the factory or at the appropriate Motorola Repair Centre.
Components replacement can affect the terminal tuning and must only be performed by
the appropriate Motorola Repair Centre.

The terminal is tuned and tested at the factory. The results of the tuning procedures are stored in a
special area of the Flash PROM. This information includes tuning and other system parameters. The
area of the memory in the terminal where the tuning information is stored is called the codeplug. A
terminal codeplug can be read using the CPS programme.

Test Procedures
This section explains the procedures required to troubleshoot an MTM800 ENH terminal. Whenever
possible the terminal should be tested and tuned using the automatic test system PATS before troubleshooting. The PATS result file can provide useful hints to determine the failing circuitry section.
Alternatively, the Main Function Test Procedure can be performed to determine where to start troubleshooting. After disassembling the board from the chassis you should check the board visually for
bad soldering or damaged components.

Troubleshooting Setup
Some of the troubleshooting procedures require an audio signal input or measurement of the audio
at the speaker output. The Test Set RLN4460 provides the correct microphone input and speaker
output circuitry. Figure 1 shows the recommended setup for troubleshooting. Figure 2 shows the
required connections between the terminal's accessory connector, the Test Set and the Interface
Box. The Interface Box GMCN1019_ connects the terminal to the RS232 interface of a PC and is
required to control the terminal during troubleshooting.
If the terminal is connected to the power supply and the Interface Box the green LED at the Interface
Box should light up only. If the red LED lights up as well toggle the switch at the Interface Box and
restart the procedure.

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TROUBLESHOOTING

IFR2968
Power Supply
13.2V 5A

N-Type
RF Connector

DC Cable
RF-Cable

Testbox
RLN4460

BNC-Type
RF Connector

To PC RS232
Interface
GMCN1019A

Figure 1 Troubleshooting Setup

J0400 Mobile
Radio
Accessory
Connector
SPEAKER EXT_MIC_AUDIO
EXTERNAL_PTT
EXTERNAL_ALARM
TX_AUDIO
FLASH / KEYFALL
ANA_GND
DIGITAL GROUND
EMERGENCY
IGNITION
RX_AUDIO
AUDIO_PA_ENABLE
SWB+
HOOK
SCI_DTR
SPEAKER +
SCI_CTS
SCI_RTS
SCI_RXD
SCI_TXD

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

+ pole / Power Supply

470 Ohm/0,5W

4k7

P1
To Radio
Test Set
RLN4460

1
2
5
7
10
15
16
18

AUDIO +
AUDIO AUDIO +
AUDIO MIC AUDIO
MIC AUDIO
GND
TX_AUDIO

J1
To Interface Box
GMCN1019
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
19
21
24

EXP_PTT
DTR
SW B +
FLASH
EMERGENCY
RX
TX
BUSY_OUT
BUSY_IN
IGNITION
DIGITAL_GROUND

Figure 2 Required Connections (Accessory Connector / Test Set / Interface Box)

!
WARNING

WARNING: By proceeding the GPIO test (see following pages) the above
connections must be set, otherwise the terminal can be damaged.

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For RF levels, which should be measured with a 50 Ohm RF probe, you can use the following circuit.
To Multimeter

1K

1000pF

To 50 Ohm Input

RF + DC Signal

Figure 3 Example for 50 Ohm RF Probe

Troubleshooting Flowcharts
Use the following flowcharts to troubleshoot the terminal.
These flowcharts contain procedures which use the TETRA COM SW application to set the
terminal into the appropriate test modes for troubleshooting terminals having digital,
receiver, transmitter, or frequency generation failures.
The terminal performs most of the used TETRA COM commands only in test mode. If not in
test mode, it ignores these commands.
To enter test mode you must enter the command "TEST_ENTER" in TETRA COM.
After about 18 seconds the TETRA COM screen must show the message "Radio HW is
READY" to indicate that the terminal has entered test mode.
Once in test mode, you don't have to use this command again until the test mode is terminated or the terminal performed a reset.

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TROUBLESHOOTING CHARTS

Main Function Test Chart (Sheet 1) >> Startup Procedure <<

Start

Start Tetra Com software.


Connect the radio's accessory connector to the Tetra Com interface.
Connect the radio's antenna connector to the RF input on the IFR
Set the power supply to 13.2V and 1A current limit.
Connect the radio's DC connector to the power supply.
Measure the DC current.

Disassemble the main board from the radio


chassis.
Check the main board visually.
Check the supply voltage path of the main
board for a low impedance path to ground.
Check the following components for a low
impedance path to ground: PA FET devices
trans-sorb diode VR0300.
After removing any short to ground or
replacing any faulty component start the
procedure again.

No
DC current <1A
?

Yes

Within about 18sec the


Tetra Com screen must
show "Radio HW is
READY"

No

"Radio HW is READY"
shown on Tetra Com
Screen
?
Tetra Com Script for TX Test
TEST_ENTER
DELAY 18
Check for "Radio HW is READY"
MODE IDLE
PWRTUNEINTR DIS
FREQ TX 869.925
L1TIMER ON
TXPOW 6
TX_ATT 6
RFTON FRQ 0
RFTON CHN IQ
RFTON ATT 0.45
FEEDBACK CLOSE
MODE RFTONE
Use MODE IDLE to terminate transmit mode

Controller failure!
Go to Controller Chart

Yes

Setup IFR to :
No System,
TX Test,
Spectrum Analyser
TX Frequency 869.925MHz
Run Tetra Com script for TX test

No
TX power failure!
Go to RF Power Amplifier Chart

TX power >10W
?

Yes

No
TX frequency
offset stable and within +/1kHz
?

Yes

A
See Sheet 2

FGU failure!
Go to TX FGU Chart

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Main Function Test Chart (Sheet 2)

From Sheet 1

A
Tetra Com Script for RX Test
MODE IDLE
FREQ RX 860.0125
L1TIMER ON
AVE 10
MODE RSSI
GO
Use STOP to terminate RSSI reading

Setup IFR to:


No System,
RX Test,
Generator Frequency 860.0125MHz
Generator Level -85dBm
Run Tetra Com script for RX test

RSSI
reading within -90
and -80dBm
?

No
Receiver failure!
Go to Receiver Chart

Yes

Tetra Com Script for RX Audio Test


MODE IDLE
DSP_LOOP OFF
GEN_TONE 1000
DSP_VOL -5
VOL_M 27
SPKR INT

Connect the speaker output on the radio's accessory connector via


testbox RLN4460B to the audio input on the IFR.
Setup IFR to:
No System,
AF Test,
AF IN/OUT,
Gen 1,2,3 Off,
Distortion On
Run Tetra Com script for RX Audio Test

No
Audio level >5V
and distortion < 5%
?

Receiver audio failure!


Go to Receiver Audio Chart

Yes

Tetra Com Script for TX Audio Test


MODE IDLE
GEN_TONE OFF
DSP_LOOP ON
DSP_VOL 0
VOL _M 24
MICGA_M 27
MIC PHF
SPKR INT

Connect the microphone input on the radio's accessory connector via


testbox RLN4460B to the audio output on the IFR.
Setup IFR to:
No System,
AF Test,
AF IN/OUT,
Gen 1 On,
AF 1 Frequency 1kHz
AF 1 Level 80mV
Distortion On
Run Tetra Com script for TX Audio Test

No
Audio level >5V
and distortion < 2%
?

Transmitter audio failure!


Go to Transmitter Audio Chart

Yes

Tune and test the Radio using


PATS station.

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Controller Troubleshooting (Sheet 1)


Failure:
No "Radio HW is READY" message on Tetra Com screen 18 sec after
the supply voltage has been applied.
Communication with PATS failed.

Start

Disassemble main board from radio chassis.


Check main board visually.
Check fuses F0301and F0302 on the main board.

Send Tetra Com command "MODE" several times for the followings
test and measure the test point signals with a scope.

Data
activity on
TP0404, TP0405
and TP0402
?

No

Check components and


connections between TP's and
accessory connector.

Yes

Yes

Data
activity on
TP0401
?

Check components and


connections between TP
and accessory connector.

No
Measure the DC voltages of the
1.8V, 1,55V and 3V regulators.

1.55V DC at
U0306 pin 1
?

Yes

No

5V DC at
U0303 Pin 3
?

Digital DC supply failure!


Go to DC Supply Chart.

No

Yes

Before replacing U0306 check


for 5V DC at pin 8 and check
associated components.

No
Before replacing U0305 check for
5V DC at pin 8 and check
associated components.

3V DC at
U0305 pin 1
?

No

1.8V DC at
U1105 pin 5
?

Replace U1105

Yes
No

3V DC at
U0305 pin 5
?
5V DC at
U0304 pin 1
(TP0301)
?

Yes

No

Go to DC supply chart.

Yes
No

3V DC at
U0308 pin 2
?

A
See Sheet 2

Yes
Successively replace:
Q0342, U0308, U0304, U0305, U0306

Check for cold solder

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Controller Troubleshooting (Sheet 2)

From Sheet 1

Before replacing U5331 check


components between collector
Q0100 and U5331 pin 19, check
components between Y5363 and
U5331 pin 23.

Measure the 16.8MHz


and the 32.768kHz
signals with a scope

Yes

16.8MHz
signal at collector
of Q0100
?

No

16.8MHz
signal at collector
of Q5351
?

Yes

5V DC
at U5322 pin 4
?

No

Yes
No

Yes

Replace
controller
U1100

Yes

32.768kHz
signal at U0100
pin 18
?
No

No
Replace
Y0101

Yes
16.8MHz
signal at Y5362
pin 3
?

9.3V DC
at U5322 pin 5
?

Check
transistor
stage
Q5351

No
9.3V DC supply failure!
Go to DC Supply Chart

No
32.768kHz
signal at U0100
pin 3
?

Yes
2.8V DC
at C0324
?

Yes

Before replacing
U0100 check
associated
components

Before replacing
Y5362 check R5364

No

9.3V DC
at C0308
?

Yes

Replace
U0307

No
9.3V DC supply failure!
Go to DC Supply Chart

Replace
U5322

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DC Supply Troubleshooting

Failure:
No 9.3V DC supply.
No Digital DC supply.

Start
Short accessory connector pins 10 and 9 to switch on the radio.

0V DC at
U0301 pin 2
?

No

Yes

Yes
13.2V DC
at Base of
Q0303
?

No

Before replacing U0301, check


for 13.2V at U0301 pin 4 and
check R0307, R0308

9.3V DC at
U0301 pin 5
?

Replace
Q0303

No

Yes

Yes

0V DC
at Collector of
Q0302
?

5V DC at
U0303 pin 3
?

Replace
Q0301

No

No
Yes

0.7V DC
at Base of
Q0302
?

Before replacing U0303, check


for 9.3V at U0303 pin 1

Replace
Q0302

No

Before replacing Q0302 check


components between Q0302
Base and accessory connector
pin 10

Failure:
No EXT SW B+ DC supply.
9.3V supply ok

Failure:
No TX DC supply.
9.3V supply (9V3) ok

Start

Start

Before replacing U0302 check for


13.2V at pin 4, 0V at pin 2 and check
resistors R0303, R0304

9.3V DC at
U0300 pin 5
?

No

Before replacing U0300 check for


13.2V at pin 4, 0V at pin 2 and check
resistors R0305, R0306

Yes

No

2.8V DC at
C0324
?

Before replacing U0307 check for


9.3V at C0308

Yes

5V DC at
U0304 pin 1
(TP 0301)
?
Yes

TX DC supply ok

No
Before replacing U0304 check for
9.3V at pin 8

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GPIO Troubleshooting

!
WARNING

By proceeding the GPIO test, the connections as shown in the Troubleshooting


Setup (see previous pages) must be set, otherwise the terminal can be damaged.

Failure:
PATS parameters HW_CHECK_GPIO failed

Start
Tetra Com Script for GPIO Test
Connect the radio's accessory connector to the Tetra Com interface.
On the 20 pin accessory connector connect pin 3, 4, 9, 10, 12 and pin 14 together.
After that the radio will be switched on automatically.
Run Tetra Com script for GPIO Test.
Measure DC levels with a multimeter.
The GPIO signals can be monitored with a scope while sending the
Tetra Com command "HWCHECK_M GPIO_GO". If the outputs from
the processor do not change, replace the controller.

Did the GPIO


test fail
?

No

Yes

Check the following:


For GP 1 IN 0:
Check stage Q0156
For GP 2 OUT 0:
Check stage Q0159
For GP 2 IN 0:
Check stage Q0163
For GP 4 IN 0:
Check stage Q0158
For GP 5 IN 0:
Check stage Q0160
For GP 6 IN 0:
Check stage Q0150
For GP 6 OUT 0:
Check stage Q0150
For GP 8 IN 0:
Check stage Q0152
For GP 8 OUT 0:
Check stage Q0152
If no defective component was found,
replace the controller.

OK

TEST_ENTER
DELAY 18
Check for "Radio HW is READY"
MODE IDLE
HWCHECK_M GPIO_GO
DELAY 0.1
HWCHECK_M GPIO_READ

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Receiver Audio Troubleshooting


Failure:
No audio or low audio level at speaker output or handset audio output.
High distortion at speaker output or handset audio output.
PATS parameters AUD_LBACK_GAIN or AUD_LBACK_DIST failed.

Start

Connect the speaker output on the radio's


accessory connector via testbox RLN4460B to the
audio input on the IFR.
Setup IFR to:
No System,
AF Test,
AF IN/OUT,
Gen 1,2,3 Off,
Distortion On
Run Tetra Com script for RX audio test
Measure the 1kHz audio signal with a scope

Tetra Com Script for RX Audio Test


TEST_ENTER
DELAY 18
Check for "Radio HW is READY"
MODE IDLE
DSP_LOOP OFF
GEN_TONE 1000
DSP_VOL -5
VOL_M 27
SPKR INT

No
1kHz signal
at FL0200 pin 2
?

Yes

If no 1kHz signal at
accessory connector pin
11, check stage U0206-1

No
1kHz signal
at U0201 pin 5
?

No
1kHz signal
at U0201 pin 4
?

Before replacing U0204


check resistors R0221,
R0228 and 3V DC at pin 8

No
0V DC
at U0201 pin 9
?

Check
transistor
Q0203

Yes

If no 1kHz signal at
handset audio output,
check stage U0206-2

Check collector of
transistor Q0200 and
connected resistors.
Before replacing
check mute to low.

Before replacing
FL0200 check for
activity on pin 7,8,11,13

Yes

No

No
8,5V DC at
U0205 pin 8
?

9.3V DC
at U0201 pin 16
?

Yes
Yes
If no 1kHz signal at
speaker output, check
R0244, R0245, C0227,
13.2V at pin 7 before
replacing U0205.

Replace
U0201

9.3V DC supply failure!


Go to DC Supply Chart

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Transmitter Audio Troubleshooting

Failure:
No audio, low audio level or distortion > 2% at speaker output during
transmitter audio test.
PATS parameters AUD_LBACK_GAIN or AUD_LBACK_DIST failed.

Start

If receiver audio has not been checked, go to Receiver Audio Chart first.
Connect the speaker output on the radio's accessory connector via testbox
Tetra Com Script for TX Audio Test

RLN4460B to the audio input on the IFR.

TEST_ENTER

Connect the microphone input on the radio's accessory connector via testbox

DELAY 18

RLN4460B to the audio output on the IFR.

Check for "Radio HW is READY"

Setup IFR to:

MODE IDLE

No System,

GEN_TONE OFF

AF Test,

DSP_LOOP ON

AF IN/OUT,

DSP_VOL 0

Gen 1 On,

VOL_M 24

AF 1 Frequency 1kHz

MICGA_M 27

AF 1 Level 80mV

MIC PHF

Distortion On

SPKR INT

Run Tetra Com script for TX audio test


Measure the 1kHz audio signal with a scope

No

Check components and connections


between U0201 pin 13 and accessory
connector pin 2

1kHz signal at
U0201 pin 13
?

Yes

No
1kHz signal at
U0201 pin 14
?

Yes
9.3V DC
at U0201 pin 11
?

Replace
U0201

No

Yes

Check

Yes
Check stage
U0206-4

0V DC at
U0201 pin 10

transistor

No

No

Check
transistor
Q0201

Q0201

1kHz signal at
U0201 pin 15
?

Yes

No
1kHz signal at
U0206-4 pin 14
?

Check stage
U0206-4

Yes

No

Before replacing U0203

1kHz signal at

check R0220, R0225,

FL0200 pin 17
?

C0221 and 3V DC at pin 8

Yes

Replace FL0200

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Warping Failure Troubleshooting


Failure:
PATS parameters WARP_RANGE, WARP_RES, FREQ_ERR or
WARP_SP failed

Start
Tetra Com Script for TX FGU Test
TEST_ENTER
DELAY 18
Check for "Radio HW is READY"
MODE IDLE
INTR DIS
FREQ TX 429.925
L1TIMER ON
TX POW 4
RFTON ATT 0.5
RFTON FRQ 0
RFTON CHN I
FEEDBACK OPEN
MODE RFTONE
Use MODE IDLE to terminate transmit mode

Connect the radio's accessory connector to the Tetra Com interface.


Connect the radio's antenna connector to the high power RF output
on the IFR.
Connect the 50 ohms RF probe to the low power RF input on the IFR.
Setup IFR:
Select high power input for measuring power at the antenna connector.
Select low power input for measuring with 50ohms RF probe.
No System,
TX Test,
TX Frequency 869.925MHz
Spectrum Analyser
Set Reference Level to 30dBm.
Run Tetra Com script for TX FGU Test.
Measure RF levels and frequencies with the 50ohms RF probe.
Measure DC levels with a multimeter.
If the cover is removed from the chassis, the RF PA is disabled to
prevent overheating of the FET devices. To measure the power at the
antenna connector, the pressure pad can be used to short the contact
area on the main board. This should be done only for a few seconds.

Yes
No TX Output Power!
Go to RF Power Amplifier Chart.

RF
power at
antenna connector
> 10dBm
?

No

RF
level at
TP5401 about
-30 dBm
?

Yes

No
No JAVELIN Output Power!
Go to JAVELIN Chart.

Is frequency
stable at 869.925MHz
+/-7kHz
?

No
FGU failure!
Go to Main Synthesizer Chart.

Yes

Send Tetra Com


command "PN 0"

Is frequency
about 7kHz above
869.925MHz
?

No

No
DC
at Y5362 pin 1 about
2.4V
?

Yes

Replace U5331

Yes
Check for 2.7V DC at
Y5362 pin 4 before
replacing Y5362

Send Tetra Com


command "PN 1FF"

Is frequency
about 7kHz below
869.925MHz
?

No

No
DC
at Y5362 pin 1 about
0.4V
?
Yes

Yes

OK

Replace Y5362

Replace U5331

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Low Tx Power Troubleshooting


Failure:
No or low RF output power.
Too high RF output power.
PATS parameters ADJ_PWR1-5, ATT_SP1-5,
DC_CUR1-5, TX_PWR_F1-5 failed.

Tetra Com Script for Tx Power Test:


TEST_ENTER
DELAY 18
Check for Radio HW is Ready
MODE IDLE
INTR EN
FREQ TX 869.925
L1 TIMER ON
TXPOW 6
MODE TXNDC
Use MODE IDLE to terminate tranmit
mode

START

Connect the radio's accessory connector to the Tetra Com interface.


Connect the radio's antenna connector to the high power RF output on
the IFR.
Setup IFR:
Select high power input.
Select No System,
Select TX Test,
Select TX Frequency 869.925 MHz
Use Spectrum Analyser
Set Reference Level to 40dBm.
Run Tetra Com script for TX Power Test.
Measure RF levels with a high impedance RF probe and a millivoltmeter.
Measure DC levels with a multimeter.

Is Tx current
greater than
0.8 Amps?

Is there 0dBM
RF at 806 MHz
at TP5401?

NO

GO to PA Bias
Troubleshooting Chart

NO
GO to JAVELIN
Troubleshooting Chart

YES
Check Harmonic filter components for
placement and good solder contacts,
especially: FL5451, L5461, & L5462

YES
Is the power
> 2.5Watts?

OK
Tune output power

NO

NO
Is the voltage at
L5452 @ 1.7V?
YES

Check C6840 to see if the 5V_TX_SW


is present
Check Bias components for Q5804
Check 5V_TX supply from U0304
Check 3V_TX supply from U0307

Check Components in PA matching Networks,


especially:
Final device: C5439, C5432, C5437 C5434 C5439
MRF1517: C5426, C5427
Driver IC: C5416

YES
Is the power
> 2.5Watts?
NO

Repeat Low Tx Power Troubleshooting


Chart

OK
Tune output power

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PA Bias Failure Troubleshooting


Tetra Com Script for PA Bias Test:
TEST_ENTER
DELAY 18
Check for "Radio HW is READY"
MODE IDLE
INTR DIS
FREQ TX 806.075
L1TIMER ON
TXPOW 1
RFTON ATT 0
RFTON FRQ 10
RFTON CHN IQ
PA OFF
PA_BIAS_M 1 0
PA_BIAS_M 2 0
PA_BIAS_M 3 0
PA_BIAS_TBL_M 1
PA_BIAS_TBL_M 2
PA_BIAS_TBL_M 3
MODE RFTONE
Use MODE IDLE to terminate
RFTONE mode

Failure:
PATS parameters PA_BIAS, BIAS1-3_CUR, BIAS1-3_SP failed.

START

Connect the radio's accessory connector to the Tetra Com interface.


Connect the radio's antenna connector to the high power RF output on
the IFR.
Run Tetra Com script for PA Bias Test.
Measure DC levels with a multimeter.
Measure the DC current of the radio.
If the cover is removed from the chassis, the RF PA is disabled to prevent
overheating of the FET devices. To measure the power at the antenna
connector, the pressure pad can be used to short the contact area on the
main board. This should be done only for a few seconds.

Is current for
Bias 1 0?

YES

Is the voltage at
C5871 @ 5V?

5V_TX_SW is not present.


Check Q5804 and Q5802.
Check Bias components for
Q5804 and Q5802. Check
that voltage on Pin 3 of
Q 5802 is <0.2V.

NO

YES

NO

Does the voltage at


TP5402 increase
when Bias 1 is increased?

NO

Check U5501 and its bias components.


Check 9V_TX_SW at C5551, Q5551, and

YES
Check bias components for U5401. If
OK, replace U5401.

Is current for
Bias 2 0?

YES

Does the voltage at


TP4402 increase
when Bias 1 is increased?

NO
Check Q5521 and its bias components.

YES

NO

Check bias components for Q5421.


If OK, replace Q5421.

Is current for
Bias 3 0?

NO

YES

Does the voltage at


TP5541 increase
when Bias 1 is increased?

NO
Check Q5542 and its bias components.

YES
Check bias components for Q5431. If OK,
replace Q5431.

YES
Replace U0150

Still does not


bias tune?

NO
Problem Fixed

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JAVELIN Troubleshooting
Failure:
No or low JAVELIN output signal level.

Start
Tetra Com Script for TX Power Test
Connect the radio's accessory connector to the
Tetra Com interface.
Connect the radio's antenna connector to the
high power RF output on the IFR.
Run Tetra Com script for TX Power Test
Measure RF levels with the high impedance
RF probe and millivoltmeter.
Measure DC levels with a multimeter.

TEST_ENTER
DELAY 18
Check for "Radio HW is READY"
MODE IDLE
INTR EN
FREQ TX 869.925
L1TIMER ON
TXPOW 6
MODE TXNDC
Use MODE IDLE to terminate transmit mode.

No
2.8V DC at
C5875 ?

TX DC supply fail ur e
Go to DC supply chart

Yes
No
5V DC at
TP5811?
Yes
No
5V DC at
Q5804 p in2 ?

Check Q5301

Yes
No

> 2V DC at
Q5802
Pin 4

5V DC at
TP5841 ?

Check Q5802; Q5804

No

Yes

0V DC at
TP5847 ?

Yes

Yes

Before replacing
U5809
check R5850 to R5854

No

Is AC about 750m Vp-p


measured with a scope
at R5841..R5844?
And DC 1.9V?

No
Rep lace U5810

Yes
RF level at
TP5801 about
200mV ?

No

No TX VCO signal
Go to TX fr equency
generation chart

No

Check components
between TP5801 and
T5801

Yes
RF level at C5803;
C5813 about
400..600mV ?
Yes
RF level at
TP5811 about
200mV ?
Yes

Before replacing
U5809 check
R5850..R5854

No

RF level
at both sides of L 5877
about 130...200mV ?
No

Yes
Change T5802

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Receiver Troubleshooting (Sheet 1)


Failure:
Bit Error Rate @ -114dBm >3.5%
RSSI error > 5dB

Tetra Com Script for Rx Test:


TEST_ENTER
DELAY 18
Check for "Radio HW is READY"
MODE IDLE
FREQ RX 860.525
L1TIMER ON
AVE 10
MODE RSSI
GO
Use STOP to terminate RSSI
reading

Inspect RF input path. Input a strong RF


signal of about -40dBm at 860.525 MHz at
the RF connector and check signal at Pin4
of the Mixer U5002.

NO
Is the signal
present?

Find and repair component or soldering problem in input path.


Check LNA U5002 which should give about 17dB of gain. Make
sure that U5002 pin 3 is at 1.9V. Replace LNA if necessary.
Also check FL5002, C5022, L5008, and C5027.

YES

Is Pin 1 of the
Mixer U5002 at
3.3 Volts?.

NO

NO
Is there 3.3VDC at
C5031?

Check U5001 Pin 5 should be at 3.3V.

YES
YES

Check R5007 & L5004.

NO
Is the LO present at pin
3 of U5002?

NO
Is the LO present at
C5038?

GO to Synthesizer and
VCO Troubleshooting Chart.

YES
YES
Check L5013, L5014,
L5017, C5028.

GO to Receiver IF
Troubleshooting Chart.

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Receiver Troubleshooting (Sheet 2)


Tetra Com Script for Rx Test:
TEST_ENTER
DELAY 18
Check for "Radio HW is READY"
MODE IDLE
FREQ RX 860.525
L1TIMER ON
AVE 10
MODE RSSI
GO
Use STOP to terminate RSSI reading

Measure Bias Voltages on IF amplifier Q5201


(5.1V at collector and 0.9V at base).

Are Bias voltages correct?

NO

Check R5209, R5208,


R5207, R5205.

YES

ABACUS Troubleshooting Chart

ABACUS section can be checked by spraying an


IF signal at 73.35MHz into the IF section or applying directly to C5125.

YES
Does the
radio receive?

Repeat Receiver Troubleshooting if radio still


does not receive.

NO

NO
Is Sampling Clock @
18MHz present at
C5197?

Check that transistor Q5190 Bias voltages are approximately: Base 3.8V, Collector 4.7, and emitter 3.2V.
Voltage at R5196 should be about 1.5V.

YES
Check for correct component placement in
the 18MHz section.

NO
Is the second IF @
71.1MHz present
@ C5186?

YES

Make sure that 5V_FN is present at C5139 and 3.3V


at pin5 U5102 and U5103.
If 5V_FN is not present at C5139, change U5101.

Check transistor Q5180 Bias voltages:


Base 2.8V, Collector 4.7, and emitter 2.2V.
Voltage at R5186 should be about 1.1V.

Check for correct component placement in


the second IF section.

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Tx Frequency Generation Troubleshooting


Tetra Com Script for TX FGU Test:
TEST_ENTER
DELAY 18
Check for "Radio HW is READY"
MODE IDLE
INTR DIS
FREQ TX 869.925
L1TIMER ON
TX POW 4
RFTON ATT 0.5
RFTON FRQ 0
RFTON CHN I
FEEDBACK OPEN
MODE RFTONE
Use MODE IDLE to terminate transmit
mode

Run Tetra Com script for TX FGU


Test.
Measure RF levels and frequencies
with the 50 Ohm RF probe.
Measure DC levels with a multimeter.

GO to Synthesizer and
VCO trouble shooting Chart.

NO

Is the TX REF
present at
TP5702 @ 15dBm?

NO

Is the TX REF
present at pin
10 of U5701?

NO

Is Pin 20 of
U5701 @
5V?

YES

YES

Check C5706, C5707,


C5709, R5709, L5703.

YES

Is there 0dBm
RF at Pin 4 of
U5701?

NO

YES

Check that there is 5V at the collector


of Q5352, Pin 48 of U5331 should be
0V. Check Q5301, R5722, R5723.

NO

Check that the voltage at pins 14 and 16


of U5701 is at 5V. Check surrounding
components. Replace U5701 if no problems found.

Typical Bias voltages for Q5601:

Is the TX RF present
at C5634 @ -4dBm?

Base 2.1V,
Collector 4.1V, and
emitter 1.5V.

YES

Are Bias voltages


present?

NO
Check Loop Filter; C5609,
R5653, R5652, C5653, C5655,
L5607.

Is the Voltage at
C5609 about 2.3V?

NO
Rework bias components.

YES

YES
Is the
Resonator
OK?

NO
Fix Resonator.

NO
NO
Is TX RF present at
C5641 @ 0dBm?

Continue to check for defects in Escort Circuit.


NO
Is C5640 @
5V?

YES

YES
Typical Bias voltages for Q5621:
GO to the JAVELIN troubleshooting Chart if radio does not
transmit.

Base 0.5V,
Collector 3.1V, and
emitter 0V

Rework bias
components

Check Q5352,
Q5301, and bias
components.

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Synthesizer & VCO Troubleshooting


Tetra Com Script for Rx Test:
TEST_ENTER
DELAY 18
Check for Radio HW is Ready
MODE IDLE
FREQ RF 860.525
L1TIMER ON
AVE 10
MODE RSSI
GO
Use STOP to terminate RSSI reading

Measure the RF level at the prescaler input on C5338.

Is the
frequency
787.175 MHz
@ +3dBm

Check Q5301 for soldering defects. Make sure


that Pin 48 of U5331 is
@ 5V.

NO

Is RXH Line
@ 5V?

YES

NO

YES
Check Loop filter components (C5305,
R5304, C5305, R5302, and C5301).

Is voltage at
C5301
@ about 5.3V?

YES

NO
Measure the RF
level at TP5701.

Problem still
exists?

YES

Measure Q5712 bias voltages:

Base 2.3V,
Collector 4.3V, and
Emitter 1.7V.

Is the frequency at
TP5701 787.175 MHz
@ -0dBm

YES

NO

Is 787.175 MHz
present at pin 8
of U5701?

YES

Are bias voltages


correct?

NO

YES
Measure Q5701 bias
voltages:

Make sure Pin 19 and 20 of


U5701 are close to 0V.
Check C5740.
Replace U5701.

Synthesizer and RX VCO are


OKAY.
For TX issues check Escort. For RX
issues check Receiver.

Base 0.7V,
Collector 3.3V,
Emitter 0V.

Fix problem with


Q5701, or bias components.

Make sure U5701 is powered (5V on pins 14 and


18), and the surrounding
components are in place.

NO

Fix problem with


Q5712, or bias
components.

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APPENDIX A

CONNECTOR PIN FUNCTIONS


!

CAUTION: The connections shown are not compatible to some other models of Motorola
terminals. Check the appropriate accessory or technical manual for further information.

REAR VIEW

Control Head
Interface
(12 Pin)

FRONT VIEW
1

GPS Connector
SMA female
(Option)

12

. . . . . . . . . .40. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Power
Connector

BNC
Antenna
Connector

Accessory
Connector
(20 Pin)

Expansion Board
(40 Pin)

Figure 1 Schematic view of the Connectors / MTM800 ENH Transceiver

Transceiver Rear - Pin Function

Antenna

DC Power Supply

GPS (Option)

20

19

10

12

14

16

18

11

13

15

17

Accessory Connector

*Note the location of Pin 1

Figure 2 Rear view of the MTM800 ENH

Pin

Function

Description

EXTERNAL SPEAKER -

Speaker and Speaker + (Pin 16) are used to connect an external speaker. The
audio PA is a bridge amplifier with a minimum load resistance of 3.2 ohms.

EXTERNAL MIC AUDIO

External-, Emergency-, or Hot-Microphone; depends on CPS programming.


This microphone signal is independent of the microphone signal on the microphone connector. The nominal input level is 80mVRMS. The DC impedance is
660Ohms. The AC impedance is 560Ohms.

Table 18 Transceiver Pin Assignment of the Rear Accessory Connector

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CONNECTOR PIN FUNCTIONS

EXTERNAL PTT

This is a digital input to trigger external PTT; active low; non active high

EXTERNAL ALARM

This is a digital output for External Alarm / Fault Indication; active low; open collector with 4k7 Ohms pull up to B+;

TX_AUDIO

This input is intended for injecting signals into the transmit path. Input impedance > 10 k Ohms; input level = 775mVRMS

KEYFAIL / FLASH

This line supports the encryption module.

ANALOG GROUND

Ground

DIGITAL_GROUND

Ground

EMERGENCY

To activate this functionality the pin has to be connected to ground. This will turn
on the terminal, Low active.

10

IGNITION

Connecting this pin to the ignition line of the vehicle that will automatically turn
on the terminal if the ignition of the vehicle is turned on, High active.

11

RX_AUDIO

This is the received RX signal. Output impedance approximate 600 Ohms


unsymmetrical, output level = 775mVRMS

12

AUDIO_PA_ENABLE

This is a digital input. High level or pin open enables the audio PA; Low level disables the audio PA.

13

SWB +

This voltage is available when the terminal is switched on.


The max. current is 1.0A w/o GPS board and 0.8A with GPS board mounted.

14

HOOK

This is a high active digital input. Low = on hook; High = off hook

15

SCI_DTR

Reserved for service aid.

16

SPEAKER +

Positive output of terminals audio PA (see Pin 1)

17 *

SCI_CTS

Terminal OUTPUT: Clear To Send (reserved for service aids)

18 *

SCI_RTS

Terminal INPUT: Request To Send (reserved for service aids)

19 *

SCI_RXD

Terminal OUTPUT: Receive Data (reserved for service aids)

20 *

SCI_TXD

Terminal INPUT: Transmit Data (reserved for service aids)

Table 18 Transceiver Pin Assignment of the Rear Accessory Connector


NOTE *

The 4-wire 3 Volts SCI interface on the accessory connector (pins 17 -20) can only be
used for flashing of terminal firmware and programming software features.
It can NOT be used for communication during normal terminal operation.

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Transceiver Front - Pin Function

12 Pin Connector
12
1

. . . . . . . . . . 40
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

40 Pin Connector

J0550
12 Pin Connector (Flex)

12
1

1
..........

40

J0500
40 Pin Connector (Flex)

Figure 3 Transceiver Front View to the Enhanced Control Head Interface (12pins) and
Expansion Head Connector (40pins)

Pin

Function

Description

SCI_TX

Serial Communication Interface TXD

SPEAKER +

Analogue Speaker output +

SPEAKER -

Analogue Speaker output -

GND

Ground

DIG_IN1 (Ext. PTT)

This is a digital input to trigger external PTT; active low; non


active high

5VD

+ 5V regulated

HANDSET_AUDIO

Handset audio

BUS +

Either SBEP or Serial Communication Interface RXD

INT_MIC

Microphone input

10

FLT_A +

Filtered A+

11

ON_OFF_CONTRO_SV

Terminal On/Off Control shared with Control Head request

12

GND

Ground

Table 19 Transceiver Pin Assignment of the Enhanced Control Head Interface (12 pins)

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Pin

CONNECTOR PIN FUNCTIONS

Function

Description

GND

Ground

MUX_CTRL

TBA for future applications.

SPIB_CLK

Part of the QSPIB

MUX_CTRL_1

To detect RS232 or SB9600 Mode (3V SB9600 / 0V RS232) *

A+ (via 22Ohms)

Continuous battery voltage for sense via 22Ohms.

RESET_OUT

Reset; its a output to Reset a SB9600 device.*

BUSY_OUT

Busy Out for SB9600 Interface Circuit *

BUSY_IN

Busy In for SB9600 Interface Circuit *

3V3_DIG

3.3V Sense Output (max. 10mA)

10

EXP_REQ

Request Line from 4Wire/SB9600 UART *

11

SPIB_CS1_UART

Part of the QSPIB (ship select) for 4wire RS232 UART

12

SPIB_CS_BT

Part of the QSPIB (ship select) for future applications

13

SPIB_MISO

Part of the QSPIB

14

NC

Not Connected

15

SPIB_MOSI

Part of the QSPIB

16

NC

Not Connected

17

SAP_CLK

Serial Audio Protocol, Clock.

18

GND

Ground

19

INT_MIC

Microphone Input

20

MIC

Microphone Audio; for future applications

21

EXPANSION_PTT

Expansion PTT

22

BlUE_T_FSYNC

Serial Audio Protocol, Frame Sync.

23

SAP_SRD

Serial Audio Protocol, Receive Data

24

SAP_STD

Serial Audio Protocol, Transmit Data

25

DGAN_SAP_FSYNC

Serial Audio Protocol, Frame Sync.

26

SP_AUDIO

Audio PA Input; for future applications

27

TERMINAL ON/OFF (IGNITION)

High active.

28

EXT_MUTE

External mute of audio PA; for future applications

29

RS232_DCD

Data Carrier Detect

30

RS232_TX

TX-Data

31

RS232_DSR

Data Set Ready

Table 20 Transceiver Pin Assignment of the Expansion Board Connector (40 pins)
*) For Expansion Head Connection only.

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32

RS232_RTS

Request To Send

33

RS232_DTR

Data Terminal Ready

34

RS232_CTS

Clear To Send

35

RS232_RX

RX-Data

36

RS232_RI

Ring Indicator

37

OPTION_DET

Option Detect; for future applications

38

9V3

Regulated 9V3

39

NC

Not Connected

40

HANDSET AUDIO

Handset Audio to earpiece

A-5

Table 20 Transceiver Pin Assignment of the Expansion Board Connector (40 pins)
*) For Expansion Head Connection only.

Enhanced Control Head - Pin Function

MMP top view

Figure 4 View of the Enhanced Control Head with GCAI MMP Connector

Default
Function

GCAI Pin #

Alternative
Functions

Functions
when USB

Functions
when RS232

1-WIRE

1-WIRE

1-WIRE

1-WIRE

1-WIRE

GPIO_3

PTT

GP Input or Output

GP Input or Output

RS-232-RTS *

SPEAKER

SPEAKER

SPEAKER

SPEAKER

SPEAKER

GPIO_2

GPIO_2 INPUT

GP Input or Output

DATA -

RS-232-RXD *

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND *

OPT 5V

HIGH Impedance

OPT 5V

VBUS

OPT 5V

MIC +

MIC +

MIC +

MIC +

MIC +

GPIO_1

GPIO_1 INPUT

GP Input or Output

DATA +

RS-232-TXD *

GPIO_4

HOOK

GP Input or Output

GP Input or Output

RS-232-CTS *

10

GPIO_0

GPIO_0 INPUT

GP Input or Output,
PWR ON

GP Input or Output,
PWR ON

GP Input or Output,
PWR ON

Table 21 Pin assignment GCAI - FRONT Microphone Mobile Port (MMP) / *): Optional

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Remote Mount Head - Pin Function

Front View
Caution:
NO Microphone Connector

10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Figure 5 View of the Remote Mount Connector

Pin

Function

Description

FLT_A+

Filtered A+

5V

+ 5V regulated / 100mA

ON_OFF_CONTROL

Terminal On/Off Control

GROUND

Ground

SPEAKER -

Analogue Speaker output +;Speaker impedance has to be > 20


Ohm

INT_MIC

Microphone analogue input of 80mVRMS, 600 Ohm impedance,


9V=

BUS +

SBEP Bus

SPEAKER +

Analogue Speaker output +;Speaker impedance has to be > 20


Ohm

HANDSET_AUDIO

Handset audio to earpiece impedance has to be > 200 Ohm

10

GROUND

Ground

Table 22 Pin Assignment of the 10 Pin TELCO-Connector of the Remote Mount Head

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Expansion Head - Pin Function

Front View
Caution:
NO Microphone Connector
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10
1

13

25

14

25 Pin subD
Connector

9 Pin subD
Connector

Figure 6 View of the Expansion Head Connectors

Pin

Function

Description

FLT_A+

Filtered A+

5V

+ 5V regulated / 100mA

ON_OFF_CONTROL

Terminal On/Off Control

GROUND

Ground

SPEAKER -

Analogue Speaker output +;Speaker impedance has to be > 20Ohms

INT_MIC

Microphone analogue input of 80mVRMS,600 Ohm impedance,9V=

BUS +

SBEP Bus

SPEAKER +

Analogue Speaker output +;Speaker impedance has to be > 20 Ohms

HANDSET_AUDIO

Handset audio to earpiece impedance has to be > 200 Ohms

10

EXPANSION_PTT

Expansion PTT, works together with INT_MIC

Table 23 Pin Assignment of the 10 Pin TELCO Connector of the Expansion Head

Pin

Function

Description

PC direction

DCD

Data Carrier Detect

Input

RXD

Received Data

Serial IN

TXD

Transmitted Data

Serial OUT

DTR

Data Terminal Ready

Output

GND

Ground

Output

Table 24 Pin Assignment of 9 Pin subD Connector of the Expansion Head

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DSR

Data Set Ready

Input

RTS

Request to Send

Output

CTS

Clear to Send

Input

RI

Ring Indicator

Input

Table 24 Pin Assignment of 9 Pin subD Connector of the Expansion Head


Pin

Function

Description

GND

Ground

RS232_SCI_TX

Transceiver data (RS232 line with RS232 level)

RS232_SCI_RX

Receive data (RS232 line with RS232 level)

RS232_RTS

Request to Send (RS232 line with RS232 level)

RS232_CTS

Clear to Send (RS232 line with RS232 level)

FLT_A+

Filtered unswitched UB+ / 200mA

Signal_GND

Ground for RS232

SB9600_BUSY

SB9600 busy

NC

Not Connected

10

NC

Not Connected

11

NC

Not Connected

12

SW_B+

Switched UB+ / 100mA

13

SB9600_BUS-

SB9600 BUS-

14

ON_OFF_CONTROL /
FLASH_MODE

-Switch into flash mode (connect pin14 with 6)


-On/Off control for Std. Control Head

15

SB9600_BUS+

SB9600 BUS+

16

INT_MIC

Microphone analogue input of 80mVRMS, 600ohm impedance, 9V=

17

SB9600_RESET

Reset; its a output to reset a SB9600 device

18

NC

Not Connected

19

GROUND

Ground

20

IGNITION

Connecting this pin to the ignition line of the vehicle that will automatically turn on the terminal if ignition of the vehicle is turned on. High
active;

21

ON_OFF_GND

On/Off control for Control Head "J"(MTM300 C/H)

22

EXPANSION_PTT

Expansion PTT, works together with INT_MIC

23

SB9600_SW

switched into SB9600 mode if connected to 12V

24

HANDSET_AUDIO

Handset audio to earpiece impedance has to be > 200 Ohm

25

NC

Not Connected

Table 25 Pin Assignment of the 25 Pin subD Connector of the Expansion Head

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Motorcycle & Remote Mount Connection - Pin Functions

Figure 7 Front View of the Motorcycle Control Head

Figure 8 Rear View of the Motorcycle Control Head

Pin

Function

Description

Default

GPIO_9

GPIO, open collector, 4.7k to FLT_A+ PU Output: 200mA @ low,


0,5mA @ high Input: high > 2V, low < 0.5V

Output: Active for duration of call


(car radio mute)

GPIO_6

GPIO, open collector, 4k7 to 5V PU Output: 1mA @ low, 0,5mA @


high Input: high > 2V, low < 0.5V

PTT Input, TX audio from


MIC_REAR_2

GPIO_8

GPIO, open collector, 4k7 to 5V PU Output: 1mA @ low, 0,5mA @


high Input: high > 2V, low < 0.5V

Disabled

GPIO_3

GCAI PIN 2: 15k to 3V3 PU, 5V tol. Output: see GCAI spec. 1.20
Input: high > 2V, low < 0.5V

PTT Input, TX audio from


MIC_REAR_1

VBUS_1B

GCAI PIN 6: 5V Supply

Disabled

REAR_D-

GCAI PIN 4: USB D-, GPIO_2 shared with front MMP

Disabled

REAR_D+

GCAI PIN 8: USB D+, GPIO_1 shared with front MMP

Disabled

GPIO_0

GCAI Pin 10 GPIO, open coll., 15k to 3V3 PU, 5V tol. Output: see
GCAI spec. 1.20 Input: high > 2V, low < 0.5V

Input, GCAI etection/Select


Line

Table 26 Pin assignment of the 25pin back connector for RMC and MCC

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Pin

Function

Description

Default

VBUS_2

Second USB, 5V Supply

Disabled

10

TX

4 wire RS232 TX, EIA/TIA-232 level

11

RX

4 wire RS232 RX, EIA/TIA-232 level

12

MIC_REAR_2

2nd REAR MIC Input 80mVrms Bias 9V= / 600Ohm

13

GND

GND

14

GPIO_5

GPIO, open collector, 4k7 to 5V PU Output: 1mA @ low, 0,5mA @


high Input: high > 2V, low < 0.5V

Disabled

15

GPI_7

4 Level Analogue Input, 33k to 5,0V PU (refer to graphic below)

Enabled

16

1_WIRE

GCAI PIN 1, 1-Wire bi-directional serial bus

Disabled

17

HANDSET

GCAI PIN 3, Handset audio output, VOL ontrolled, AC coupled, min.


RL 150Ohm

Parallel to front GCAI

18

GND

GCAI PIN 5 GND

19

MIC_REAR_1

GCAI PIN 7 MIC Input 80mVrms Bias 9V= / 600Ohm

Disabled

20

GPIO_4

GCAI PIN 9 GPIO open collector, 15k to 3V3 PU, 5V tol. Output: see
GCAI spec. 1.20 Input: high > 2V, low < 0.5V

Hook Input

21

USB_D+

Second USB, D+

22

USB_D-

Second USB, D-

23

RTS

4 wire RS232 RTS, EIA/TIA-232 level

24

CTS

4 wire RS232 CTS, EIA/TIA-232 level

25

PWR_ON

NGCH Power On input, high active, > 2V

Disabled

Table 26 Pin assignment of the 25pin back connector for RMC and MCC

Figure 9 4 Level Analogue Input provided by GPI_7

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Function

Voltage Level (V)

Tolerance (V)

Default Function

0,00

0.000 - 0,625

Volume Up

1,25

0,625 - 1,875

Volume Down

2,50

1,875 - 3,125

Talk group Up

3,75

3,125 - 4,375

Talk group Down

Idle

5,00

4,375 - 5,000

A - 11

Table 27 Function of the voltage level at GPI_/

TELCO top view

Pin #

Function

Description

Audio +

Balanced Audio + (bidirectional)

Spkr +

Speaker +

BUS+

Serial Bus (115 kBd), Data from NGCH

Audio -

Balanced Audio - (bidirectional)

Spkr -

Speaker -

GND

GND

ON_OFF_CONTROL

Radio Turn On Signal

SCI_TX

Serial Bus (115 kBd), Data to NGCH

FLT_A+

Supply voltage

10

GND

GND

Table 28 Pin assignment of the 10pin TELCO back connector for RMC and MCC

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REPLACEMENT PARTS & KITS


Servicing MTM800 ENH Mobile Units
Service for the mobile units is based on the substitution method; a faulty part is replaced by a working one, providing quicker service to the customer. For example, if the controller board is faulty, it is
replaced. If the mobile requires more complete testing or servicing than that is available at field level,
it is sent to the European Radio Service Centre; where it is serviced, and returned to the Regional
Service Centre.

Level 1 and Level 2 Maintenance


This manual covers Level 1 and Level 2 Maintenance: at Level 1 maintenance you replace the transceiver and/or accessories and send the faulty transceiver and/or accessories to higher level of maintenance; at level 2 maintenance a transceiver board is replaced.
The MTM800 ENH mobiles are programmed at the factory. They cannot be tuned at the field service
level.

Level 3 Maintenance
All Radio Support Depots are level 3 service partners. The depots are capable of performing repairs
down to component level where retuning is required. Contact your local CGISS office for information.

Replacement Parts
Damaged parts should be replaced with identical replacement parts.
For complete information on ordering required parts and kits, contact your local customer service
representative (see following pages).

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Europe, Middle East and Africa Region
European Radio Support Centre (ERSC)
Motorola European Radio Support Centre is available at:
Motorola European Radio Support Centre ERSC
Tel.: +49 (0)30 6686 1555
Fax: +49 (0)30 6686 1579
Am Borsigturm 130
13507 Berlin
Germany

EMEA Systems Support Centre (ESSC)


The Systems Support Centre is available at:
Telephone:

+44 (0) 1256 484448

E-mail:

ESSC@motorola.com

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 Terminal: The CPS has no capability to tune the terminal. Tuning the
terminal can only be performed at the factory or at the appropriate Motorola Repair Centre.
Components replacement can affect the terminal tuning and must only be performed by the
appropriate Motorola Repair Centre.

Parts identification and ordering


Request for help in identification of non-referenced spare parts should be directed to the Customer
Care Organization of Motorolas local area representation. Orders for replacement parts, kits and
assemblies should be placed directly on Motorolas local distribution organization or via the Extranet
site Motorola Online at: https://emeaonline.motorola.com.

EMEA Test Equipment Support


Information related to support and service of Motorola Test Equipment is available by calling the
Motorola Test Equipment Service in Germany at +49 (0) 6128 702179, Telefax +49 (0) 6128
951046, through the Customer Care Organization of Motorolas local area representation, or via the
Internet at: http://www.gd-decisionsystems.com/cte/.

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Asia, Pacific Region


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 Terminal: The CPS has no capability to tune the terminal. Tuning the
terminal can only be performed at the factory or at the appropriate Motorola Repair Center.
Component replacement can affect the terminal 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 units serial number.

Further Assistance From Motorola


You can also contact the Customer Help Desk through the following web address:
http://www.motorola.com/governmentandenterprise/contactus.

Parts identification and ordering


Request for help in identification of non-referenced spare parts should be directed to the Customer
Care Organization of Motorolas local area representation. Orders for replacement parts, kits and
assemblies should be placed directly on Motorolas local distribution organization or via Motorola
Online (Extranet).

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Latin America Region


Latin America Radio Support Centres
The Customer Support is available through the following service centres:

Warranty and Repairs:


MOTOROLA DE COLOMBIA SERVICE CENTRE
Carrera 7 No. 71-52
Torre B piso 13
Oficina 1301
Bogota- Colombia
(571) 376-6990
MOTOROLA DE MEXICO SERVICE CENTRE
Bosques de Alisos #125
Col. Bosques de las Lomas
CP 05120 Mexico DF
5252576700

Piece Parts:
To order parts in Latin America and the Caribbean contact your local Motorola CGISS
representative.
MOTOROLA, INC.
Latin American Countries Region
789 International Parkway
Sunrise, FL 33325
USA 954-723-8959
MOTOROLA DE ARGENTINA
Ave. del Libertador 1855
B1638BGE, Vicente Lopez
Buenos Aires, Argentina
5411-4317-5300
MOTOROLA DE LOS ANDES C.A.
Ave. Francisco de Miranda
Centro Lido, Torre A
Piso 15, El Rosal
Caracas, 1060 Venezuela
58212-901-4600
MOTOROLA DO BRASIL LTDA.
Rua Paes Leme, 524, 13 Andar
05424-010 So Paulo, Brasil
5511-3030-5000
MOTOROLA CHILE
Ave. Nueva Tajamar 481
Edif. World Trade Center
Of. 1702, Torre Norte
Las Condes

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Santiago, Chile
562-338-9000
MOTOROLA DE COLOMBIA, LTDA.
Carrera 7 #71-52
Torre A, Oficina 1301
Bogot, Colombia
571-376-6990
MOTOROLA DE COSTA RICA
Oficentro Plaza Mayor
Piso 3, Rohrmoser
San Jos, Costa Rica
506-296-5385
MOTOROLA DEL ECUADOR
Nuez de Balboa #OE1-245
y Pedro Alfaro, Villa Flora
Quito, Ecuador
593-2264-1627
MOTOROLA DE MEXICO, S.A.
Calle Bosques de Alisos #125
Col. Bosques de Las Lomas
05120 Mxico D.F.
Mxico
52-555-257-6700
MOTOROLA DEL PERU, S.A.
Ave. Repblica de Panama 3535
Piso 11, San Isidro
Lima 27, Peru
511-211-0700

Technical Support:
https://businessonline.motorola.com, go to Contact Us to request technical support
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. If
no part number is assigned, the part is not normally available from Motorola. If the part
number is appended with an asterisk, the part is serviceable by Motorola Depot only. If a
parts list is not included, this generally means that no user-serviceable parts are available
for that kit or assembly.

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SERVICE KITS
Type No.

Sales Model No.

Short Description

Model

MT912M

M80UCS6TZ5AN

MTM800 ENH 806-870 Dash

M1

MT912M

M80UCS6TZ4AN

MTM800 ENH 806-870 Desk

M2

MT912M

M80UCS6TZ6AN

MTM800 ENH 806-870 Remote

M3

MT912M

M80UCS6TZ2AN

MTM800 ENH 806-870 Mcycle

M4

Table 16 Service Kits-To-Model Chart


MTM800 Service Kits
Description

Part Number

Service Boards

M1

M2

M3

M4

PMUF1368AS

MTM800 ENH 806-870 CLEAR

PMUF1369AS

MTM800 ENH 806-870 TEA1

PMUF1370AS

MTM800 ENH 806-870 TEA3

PMUF1371AS

MTM800 ENH 806-870 GPS CLEAR

PMUF1372AS

MTM800 ENH 806-870 GPS TEA1

PMUF1373AS

MTM800 ENH 806-870 GPS TEA3

PMUF1374AS

MTM800 ENH 806-870 UCM AES 128

PMUF1375AS

MTM800 ENH 806-870 UCM TEA1 AES 128

PMUF1376AS

MTM800 ENH 806-870 UCM TEA3 AES 128

PMUF1377AS

MTM800 ENH 806-870 UCM/GPS AES128

PMUF1378AS

MTM800 ENH 806 UCM/GPS TEA1 AES 128

PMUF1379AS

MTM800 ENH 806 UCM/GPS TEA3 AES 128

Dash/Desk Mount -English Keypad

GMWN4298_

Chinese Keypad

GMWN4299_

Korean Keypad

GMWN4300_

Arabic Keypad

GMWN4301_

BoPoMoFo Keypad

GMWN4302_

Cyrillic Keypad

GMWN4303_

Remote Mount -English Keypad

GMWN4304_

Chinese Keypad

GMWN4305_

Korean Keypad

GMWN4306_

Arabic Keypad

GMWN4307_

BoPoMoFo Keypad

GMWN4308_

Enhanced Control Head/Kits

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Table 16 Service Kits-To-Model Chart


MTM800 Service Kits
Cyrillic Keypad

GMWN4309_

Motorcycle -English Keypad

GMWN4600_

Chinese Keypad

GMWN4601_

Korean Keypad

GMWN4602_

Arabic Keypad

GMWN4603_

BoPoMoFo Keypad

GMWN4604_

Cyrillic Keypad

GMWN4605_

Data Expansion Head

GMCE4053_

Remote Mount Back Housing

GMCN4060_

Remote Mount Transceiver Cover

GMCN4080_

Remote Mount Cable - 3m

RKN4077_

Remote Mount Cable - 5m

RKN4078_

Remote Mount Cable - 7m

RKN4079_

Remote Mount Cable - 10m

PMKN4020_

GCAI-USB Ext.Cable Kit

PMKN4029_

Cables/Kits

*) TETRA Encryption Algorithm 1 or 2

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APPENDIX C

RETROFITTING the GPS and UCM Board


Retrofitting the UCM and GPS module should only be done by specially authorized and educated
Service Personnel. All operating and safety instructions are to be followed carefully.
Note: Refer to chapter 7 MAINTENANCE for dis-assembling and re-assembling the terminal properly.

Retrofitting the GPS board


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Remove the metal blind cover from the bottom (5 screws, T10 TORX).
Pull out the protection bushing.
Install the GPS board by starting with the connection of the flex to the mainboard.
Take care to fit the gasket of the coax cable in the right position for proper IP54 protection.
Fix the GPS board with one T10 TORX screw (1.13 Nm +/- 10% or 10 lbin +/- 10%).
Fix the GPS cover plate with five T10 TORX screws (1.13 Nm +/- 10% or 10 lbin +/- 10%).

2
1

Figure 4 Position of GPS module at the terminal (view from bottom side)
Table 18 GPS Upgrade Kit Parts List
Item No. Description

Part Number

GPS Upgrade Kit

GMRG4219_

0166502N65

GPS Board (with flex and coax cable)

Screw (M3x8)

0310907A19

Label (not shown)

5466571B01

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GPS Software activation


After installing the GPS hardware, a software upgrade for the MTM800 ENH will be necessary.
Please refer to the CPS documentation in the Product Information Manual (P/N: 6866537D87) for
more details or contact your local Customer Support Centre / see Appendix B - Service Information)

Retrofitting the UCM board


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If attached, remove the control head from the terminal, refer to chapter 7 (page 7-5, following).
Remove the top plastic cover from the terminal.
Remove the six screws from the diecast cover using a T20 TORX driver and lift the cover
from the chassis.
Fix the flex to the UCM board and place it at the cover plate.
Fix the plastic cover with 3 screws starting with the pull-through of the flex.
Place the cover plate (UCM at left side) in front of the transceiver front side and carefully
attach the flex to the mainboard at the 40-pin internal option board connector (J0450).
Re-assemble the terminal.

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3

Figure 1 Location of UCM board inside the cover plate


Table 1 UCM Upgrade Kit parts list
Item No. Description

Part Number

UCM Upgrade Kit:

GMLN4218_

UCM Board Module

CLN8041_

UCM Board Cover

0786183B01

UCM Board Flex

8485615Z02

Screw 3x (M5x8)

0310943R55

NOTE: The CLN8041_ UCM board is not repairable. Order a replacement board if necessary.

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UCM
board

UCM flex
short bending
to main board

* contacts on back side


UCM connector
J0450

Figure 2 Location of UCM connector J0450 on the main board

UCM Software activation


After installing the UCM hardware, a software upgrade for the MTM800 ENH will be necessary.
Please refer to the CPS documentation in the Product Information Manual (P/N: 6866537D87) for
more details.
Before use, provision the UCM with E2E Keys and Associations according to your E2E Deployment
Plan. This will require a Key Variable Loader (KVL), and may also require configuration changes to
your system's Key Management Facility (KMF).
Refer to the Dimetra End-to-End Encryption KVL 3000 Plus Key Variable Loader User Guide
(P/N: 6802800U14) for more details. For questions refer to your local Customer Support Centre (see
Appendix B - Service Information).

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APPENDIX D

PRODUCT SPECIFIC INFORMATION


for Digital Terminals Type MT912M
This section gives the Service Personnel an overview about product specific notes. This is necessary to take special precautions to avoid the introduction of hazards when operating, installing, servicing or storing equipment. This terminal meets the applicable safety standards if it is used as
described. All operating and safety instructions are to be followed carefully.

Equipment Electrical Ratings


Rated Voltage: 12 Volt DC
Rated Voltage Range: 10.8 to 15.6 V DC
Rated Current:
3 Amps @ 3Watts RF power
Please be aware when planning the installation that there is a current consumption of approx. 3.5A
during PTT and even 30mA when terminal is switched off.
Transmitter Frequency Range:
TMO: 806 to 825 MHz
DMO: 851 to 870 MHz
Receiver Frequency Range:
851 to 870 MHz

Normal Load Conditions:


Rated RF Power: 3Watts
Rated Audio Power: 10 Watts @ 4 Ohms; 6 Watts @ 8 Ohms
Antenna Impedance: 50 Ohms
Operating Temp. Range: -30 to +60C
Operating Time*: Continuous / Intermittent
*Note: In general, the terminal transmit and receive time (operating cycle time) is determined by the communication system. On overload, respectively on extensive use beyond the systems specifications at high ambient
temperatures, the terminal is protected by its thermal control, which cuts down the RF output power, thus reducing the terminal coverage range.

Fuse Identification
In case of blown fuses during the installation only replace those with identically value. Never insert
different values.
Fuse for Power Cable GKN6270/GKN6274: 10A (Motorola Part Number: 65C80283E05)
Fuse for Ignition Sense Cable HKN9327: 4A (Motorola Part Number: 65C80283E02)

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SPEZIELLE PRODUKTINFORMATIONEN
fr Funkgerte des Typs MT912M
Dieses Kapitel gibt dem geschulten Servicepersonal einen berblick ber wichtige produktspezifische Informationen. Diese Informationen sind wichtig, um Risiken beim Bedienen, Installieren und
Service zu vermeiden. Dieses Funkgert erfllt die allgemeinen Sicherheitsstandards, sofern es so
betrieben wird, wie in der Bedienungsanleitung beschrieben.

Nennwerte fr das Funkgert


Nennspannung: 12 Volt DC
Nennspannungsbereich: 10.8 bis 15.6 V DC
Nennstrom:
3 A @ 3W HF Leistung
Bevor Sie die Installation planen, bedenken Sie, dass das Sprechfunkgert beim Senden einen
Stromverbrauch von ca. 3,5A hat und auch im ausgeschalteten Zustand einen Strom von ca. 30 mA
verbraucht.
Sender-Nennfrequenzbereich:
TMO: 806 bis 825 MHz
DMO: 851 bis 870 MHz
Empfnger-Nennfrequenzbereich:
851 bis 870 MHz

Betriebsbedingungen
HF Nennleistung: 3 Watt
Lautsprecher Nennleistung:10 Watt an 4 Ohm; 6 Watt an 8 Ohm
Antennenimpedanz: 50 Ohm
Betriebstemperatur Bereich: -30 to +60C
Betriebszeit*: fortwhrend / periodisch
*Hinweis: Im allgemeinen wird die Sende- und Empfangsszeit (Betriebszeit) des Funkgertes durch das Funksystem bestimmt. Bei berlastung bzw. extensivem Betrieb ber die Systemsspezifikationen hinaus bei hohen
Umgebungstemperaturen wird das Funkgert durch eine Temperaturkontrollschaltung geschtzt, die die HFLeitung reduziert. Daraus kann sich eine Verringerung der Leistungsmerkmale des Gertes ergeben.

Sicherungen
Sollte whrend der Installation die Sicherung durchbrennen, darf sie nur durch eine gleichwertige
Sicherung ersetzt werden.
Sicherung fr DC Kabel GKN6270/GKN6274: 10A (Motorola Bestellnummer: 65C80283E05)
Sicherung fr Ignition Sense Kabel HKN9327: 4A (Motorola Bestellnummer: 65C80283E02)