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Internal Use Only

Service Manual
LG-C333

Date: August, 2012 / Issue 1.0


Table Of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION��������������������������������������������������������������������� 3 4.9 Speaker Trouble������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 87
1.1 Purpose��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������3 4.10 Earphone Trouble������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 90
1.2 Regulatory Information�������������������������������������������������������������������������3 4.11 Receiver Trouble���������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 93
1.3 Abbreviations��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������5 4.12 Microphone Trouble�������������������������������������������������������������������������� 96
4.13 SIM1 Card Interface Trouble����������������������������������������������������������� 98
2. PERFORMANCE���������������������������������������������������������������������� 7
4.14 KEY backlight Trouble���������������������������������������������������������������������104
2.1 H/W Features����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������7
4.15 Micro SD Trouble�������������������������������������������������������������������������������106
2.2 Technical Specification���������������������������������������������������������������������������9
4.16 Bluetooth Trouble�����������������������������������������������������������������������������108
3. TECHNICAL BRIEF���������������������������������������������������������������� 15 4.17 FM Radio Trouble������������������������������������������������������������������������������111
3.1 Digital Main Processor������������������������������������������������������������������������� 15 4.18 WIFI Trouble����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������114
3.2 Power Management���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 23
5. DOWNLOAD����������������������������������������������������������������������� 117
3.3 FEM with integrated Power Amplifier Module (RF7180, U202)
����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 28 6. BLOCK DIAGRAM��������������������������������������������������������������� 130
3.4 Clocks��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 30
7. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM������������������������������������������������������������ 142
3.5 Transceiver(AD6548,U204)���������������������������������������������������������������� 33
3.6 MEMORY(PF38F4050M0Y3DE, U300�������������������������������������������� 36 8. BGA Pin Map�������������������������������������������������������������������� 148
3.7 Wi-Fi Module(MT5931, U203)����������������������������������������������������������� 41
9. PCB LAYOUT����������������������������������������������������������������������� 151
3.8 SIM Card Interface��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 44
3.9 Micro-SD Card Interface��������������������������������������������������������������������� 47 10. ENGINEERING MODE������������������������������������������������������ 154
3.10 LCD Interface���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 50
11. AUTO CALIBRATION�������������������������������������������������������� 157
3.11 Battery Charger Interface���������������������������������������������������������������� 52
11.1 Configuration of Tachyon��������������������������������������������������������������157
3.12 Keypad Interface��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 53
11.2 How to use Tachyon�������������������������������������������������������������������������159
3.13 Audio Front-End���������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 56
3.14 Camera Interface��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 59 12. EXPLODED VIEW & REPLACEMENT PART LIST ������������ 161
3.15 KEY BACLKLIGHT LED Interface���������������������������������������������������� 61 12.1 EXPLODED VIEW��������������������������������������������������������������������������������161
3.16 Vibrator Interface�������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 62 12.2 Replacement Parts���������������������������������������������������������������������������162
12.3 Accessory���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������181
4. TROUBLE SHOOTING���������������������������������������������������������� 63
4.1 RF Component��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 63
4.2 RX Trouble������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 64
4.3 TX Trouble������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 68
4.4 Power On Trouble���������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 72
4.5 Charging Trouble����������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 75
4.6 Vibrator Trouble������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 78
4.7 LCD Trouble��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 80
4.8 Camera Trouble�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 84

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1. INTRODUCTION

1. INTRODUCTION
1. INTRODUCTION

1.1 Purpose
This manual provides the information necessary to repair, calibration, description and download the features of
this model.

1.2 Regulatory Information


A. Security
Toll fraud, the unauthorized use of telecommunications system by an unauthorized part (for example, persons
other than your company’s employees, agents, subcontractors, or person working on your company’s behalf)
can result in substantial additional charges for your telecommunications services. System users are responsible
for the security of own system. There are may be risks of toll fraud associated with your telecommunications
system. System users are responsible for programming and configuring the equipment to prevent unauthorized
use. The manufacturer does not warrant that this product is immune from the above case but will prevent
unauthorized use of common-carrier telecommunication service of facilities accessed through or connected to it.

The manufacturer will not be responsible for any charges that result from such unauthorized use.

B. Incidence of Harm
If a telephone company determines that the equipment provided to customer is faulty and possibly causing
harm or interruption in service to the telephone network, it should disconnect telephone service until repair can
be done. A telephone company may temporarily disconnect service as long as repair is not done.

C. Changes in Service
A local telephone company may make changes in its communications facilities or procedure. If these changes
could reasonably be expected to affect the use of the this phone or compatibility with the network, the
telephone company is required to give advanced written notice to the user, allowing the user to take
appropriate steps to maintain telephone service.

D. Maintenance Limitations
Maintenance limitations on this model must be performed only by the manufacturer or its authorized agent. The
user may not make any changes and/or repairs expect as specifically noted in this manual. Therefore, note that
unauthorized alternations or repair may affect the regulatory status of the system and may void any remaining
warranty.

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E. Notice of Radiated Emissions

This model complies with rules regarding radiation and radio frequency emission as defined by local
regulatory agencies. In accordance with these agencies, you may be required to provide information such as
the following to the end user.

F. Pictures

The pictures in this manual are for illustrative purposes only; your actual hardware may look slightly different.

G. Interference and Attenuation

Phone may interfere with sensitive laboratory equipment, medical equipment, etc.Interference from
unsuppressed engines or electric motors may cause problems.

H. Electrostatic Sensitive Devices

ATTENTION
Boards, which contain Electrostatic Sensitive Device (ESD), are indicated
by the sign. Following information is ESD handling:

r Service personnel should ground themselves by using a wrist strap when exchange system boards.

r When repairs are made to a system board, they should spread the floor with anti-static mat which is also
grounded.

r Use a suitable, grounded soldering iron.

r Keep sensitive parts in these protective packages until these are used.

r When returning system boards or parts like EEPROM to the factory, use the protective package as described.

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1.3 Abbreviations
For the purposes of this manual, following abbreviations apply:

APC Automatic Power Control

BB Baseband

BER Bit Error Ratio

CC-CV Constant Current – Constant Voltage

DAC Digital to Analog Converter

DCS Digital Communication System

dBm dB relative to 1 milli watt

DSP Digital Signal Processing

EEPROM Electrical Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory

ESD Electrostatic Discharge

FPCB Flexible Printed Circuit Board

GMSK Gaussian Minimum Shift Keying

GPIB General Purpose Interface Bus

GSM Global System for Mobile Communications

IPUI International Portable User Identity

IF Intermediate Frequency

LCD Liquid Crystal Display

LDO Low Drop Output

LED Light Emitting Diode

OPLL Offset Phase Locked Loop

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PAM Power Amplifier Module

PCB Printed Circuit Board

PGA Programmable Gain Amplifier

PLL Phase Locked Loop

PSTN Public Switched Telephone Network

RF Radio Frequency

RLR Receiving Loudness Rating

RMS Root Mean Square

RTC Real Time Clock

SAW Surface Acoustic Wave

SIM Subscriber Identity Module

SLR Sending Loudness Rating

SRAM Static Random Access Memory

PSRAM Pseudo SRAM

STMR Side Tone Masking Rating

TA Travel Adapter

TDD Time Division Duplex

TDMA Time Division Multiple Access

UART Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter

VCO Voltage Controlled Oscillator

VCTCXO Voltage Control Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillator

WAP Wireless Application Protocol

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2. SYSTEM SPECIFICATION
2.1 H/W Features
2.1 H/W Features
Item Feature Comment

Standard Battery Li-ion Polymer, 3.7V 1100mAh

Stand by TIME 645hours ˦ @Paging period : 5

Talk time 9 hours ˦ @GSM, TX Level : 10

Stand by time 645hours ˦ @Paging period : 5

Charging time Approx. 3 hours

RX Sensitivity GSM, EGSM : -109dBm, DCS : -108dBm

GSM850/ EGSM: 32.5dBm(Level 5),


TX output power
DCS /PCS : 29.5dBm(Level 0)

GPRS compatibility Class 12

SIM card type 3V Small

Display TFT LCD 2.4” Landscape QVGA (320 x 240, 262K)

Hard icons. QWERTY Key Pad


0 ~ 9, #, *, Up/Down Navigation Key
Status Indicator Menu Key, Clear Key, Back Key, Confirm Key
Send Key, Soft Key(Left/Right)
Volume Key(Up/Down), PWR Key, Camera Key

ANT Internal

EAR Phone Jack Yes

PC Synchronization Yes

Speech coding EFR/FR/HR

Data and Fax Yes

Vibrator Yes

Loud Speaker Yes

Voice Recoding Yes

Microphone Yes

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Item Feature Comment

Speaker/Receiver 18 * 10 / 2-in-1

Travel Adapter Yes

MIDI

Camera 5.0M AF

Flash Power LED Flash

Bluetooth / FM Radio Bluetooth version 2.1 / 76~108MHz supported

Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11b/g

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2.2 Technical
TechnicalSpecification
Specification
Item Description Specification
GSM850 EGSM
TX: 824 ~ 849 MHz TX: 880 ~ 915MHz
RX: 869 ~ 894 MHz RX: 925 ~ 960 MHz
DCS
1 Frequency Band TX: 1710 ~ 1785 MHz
RX: 1805 ~ 1880 MHz
PCS
TX: 1850 ~ 1910 MHz
RX: 1930 ~ 1990 MHz
RMS < 5 degrees
2 Phase Error
Peak < 20 degrees
3 Frequency Error < 0.1 ppm

GSM850/EGSM

Level Power Toler. Level Power Toler.

5 33dBm ±2dB 13 17dBm ± 3dB


6 31dBm ±3dB 14 15dBm ± 3dB
7 29dBm ±3dB 15 13dBm ± 3dB
8 27dBm ±3dB 16 11dBm ± 5dB
9 25dBm ±3dB 17 9dBm ± 5dB
10 23dBm ±3dB 18 7dBm ± 5dB
11 21dBm ±3dB 19 5dBm ± 5dB
12 19dBm ±3dB
4 Power Level
DCS/PCS

Level Power Toler. Level Power Toler.

0 30dBm ±2dB 8 14dBm ± 3dB


1 28dBm ±3dB 9 12dBm ± 4dB
2 26dBm ±3dB 10 10dBm ± 4dB
3 24dBm ±3dB 11 8dBm ± 4dB
4 22dBm ±3dB 12 6dBm ± 4dB
5 20dBm ±3dB 13 4dBm ± 4dB
6 18dBm ±3dB 14 2dBm ± 5dB
7 16dBm ±3dB 15 0dBm ± 5dB

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Item Description Specification

GSM850/ EGSM

Offset from Carrier (kHz). Max. dBc


100 +0.5
200 -30
250 -33
400 -60
600~ <1,200 -60
1,200~ <1,800 -60
1,800~ <3,000 -63

3,000~ <6,000 -65

Output RF Spectrum 6,000 -71


5
(due to modulation)
DCS/PCS

Offset from Carrier (kHz). Max. dBc


100 +0.5
200 -30
250 -33
400 -60
600~ <1,200 -60
1,200~ <1,800 -60
1,800~ <3,000 -65

3,000~ <6,000 -65


6,000 -73

GSM850/ EGSM

Offset from Carrier (kHz). Max. dBm


Output RF Spectrum
6 (due to switching 400 -19
transient) 600 -21
1,200 -21
1,800 -24

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DCS/PCS

Offset from Carrier (kHz). Max. dBm


Output RF Spectrum
400 -22
6 (due to switching
transient) 600 -24

1,200 -24

1,800 -27

7 Spurious Emissions Conduction, Emission Status

GSM850, EGSM
BER (Class II) < 2.439% @-102 dBm
8 Bit Error Ratio
DCS,PCS
BER (Class II) < 2.439% @-100 dBm

9 RX Level Report Accuracy ±3 dB

10 SLR 8±3 dB

Frequency (Hz) Max.(dB) Min.(dB)

100 -12 -

200 0 -

300 0 -12

11 Sending Response 1,000 0 -6

2,000 4 -6

3,000 4 -6

3,400 4 -9

4,000 0 -

12 RLR 2±3 dB

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Frequency (Hz) Max.(dB) Min.(dB)


100 -12 -
200 0 -
300 2 -7
500 * -5

13 Receiving Response 1,000 0 -5

3,000 2 -5

3,400 2 -10
4,000 2

* Mean that Adopt a straight line in between 300 Hz


and 1,000 Hz to be Max. level in the range.

14 STMR 13±5 dB

15 Stability Margin > 6 dB

dB to ARL (dB) Level Ratio (dB)


-35 17.5
-30 22.5
-20 30.7
16 Distortion
-10 33.3

0 33.7

7 31.7

10 25.5

17 Side Tone Distortion Three stage distortion < 10%

System frequency
18 ≤ 2.5 ppm
(13 MHz) tolerance

19 32.768KHz tolerance ≤ 30 ppm

At least 65 dBspl under below conditions:


20 Ringer Volume 1. Ringer set as ringer.
2. Test distance set as 50 cm

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Item Description Specification

Fast Charge : Typ. 430 mA


21 Charge Current Slow Charge : Typ. 80mA
Total Charging Time : < 3 hours

Bar Number Power

7 Over -93
7 -> 5 -93 ± 2
5 -> 4 -98 ± 2
22 Antenna Display
4 -> 2 -101 ± 2

2 -> 1 -104 ± 2

1 -> 0 -106 ± 2
0 -> OFF Under -106

Battery Bar Status Voltage(%) Voltage level(V)


16 level (Full) 100 ~ 94% 4.2V ~ 4.0V
15 93 ~ 88% 4.0V ~ 3.96V
14 87 ~ 82% 3.96V ~ 3.92V
13 81 ~ 76% 3.92V ~ 3.88V
12 75 ~ 69% 3.88V ~ 3.84V
11 68 ~ 63% 3.84V ~ 3.80V
10 62 ~ 57% 3.80V ~ 3.76V
9 56 ~ 51% 3.76V ~ 3.74V
23 Battery Indicator
8 50 ~ 44% 3.74V ~ 3.72V
7 43 ~ 38% 3.72V ~ 3.70V
6 37 ~ 32% 3.70V ~ 3.68V
5 31 ~ 26% 3.68V ~3.66V
4 25 ~ 19% 3.66V ~ 3.64V
3 18 ~ 13% 3.64V ~ 3.62V
2 12 ~ 7% 3.62V ~ 3.56V

1 6 ~ 1% 3.56V ~ 3.32V
0(Empty) 0% 3.30V

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10%, 5% 2times (standby) - Speaker


24 Low Voltage Warning
10%, 5% 2times, ≤5% at every 1min. (call) - Receiver

25 Shut down Voltage 0% ( about 3.3V )

Li-Ion Battery, Inner pack


Standard Voltage = 3.7 V
26 Battery Type
Battery full charge voltage = 4.2 V
Capacity: 1100mAh

Switching-mode charger
27 Travel Charger Input: 100 ~ 240V, 50/60 Hz
Output: 5.1 V, 700 mA

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3. TECHNICAL BRIEF

3.1 Digital Main Processor


System clock input
13/26MHz

MIC 0
MIC 1 ADC
System Patch Program Program Patch
clock unit memory memory unit
generation
FM input L
+ Trap unit Data memory Data memory Trap unit
FM input R
GSM/GPRS
Audio coprocessor
AUDIO L
DAC path
DSP DSP
Share
copro- slave DSP Master DSP copro-
memory
cessor cessor
AUDIO R DAC

VOICE

MCU / DSP MCU / DSP


interface interface
ADC

Baseband TRX-I DAC


Baseband TRX-Q T/R Baseband
mux path
DAC DMA USB
controller controller
ADC Voice control
interface

ADC Bluetooth
Bus bridge
T/R baseband
Bluetooth radio switch processor
DAC External NOR flash
memory pSRAM
Instruction interface DDR SDRAM
Data cache
cache

System clock input Bluetooth Instruction Boot


ROM Bluetooth Data TCM
13/26MHz clock ARM7EJS TCM ROM
Patch control I/F
generation
unit
RAM ARM9EJS
JTAG
JTAG
General
purpose
Auxiliary ADC
timer

ADC AUXADC
NAND
Multimedia
flash
memory
controller
Touch panel input Watchdog
timer

AFC DAC AFC Serial LCD I/F


Graphic memory controller
NAND flash I/F

APC DAC APC

Serial RF control 2D
RF control
Multimedia JPEG LCD
Parallel RF control interface graphics
DMA encoder controller
engine
Serial LCD I/F
VRF, VTCXO, VM,
VUSB, VMC, VIO, TDMA timer
LDOs
VA, VRTC, VSIM, LDOs
LDOs
VSIM2, VBT, Slow clock
VCAMA, VCAMD Power up unit
VCORE Bulk converters sequencer Image
Image Image post SPI
signal Image sensor
resizer processing controller
Flash light processor
Boost converter
Backlight
Real
time
ISINK LED driver clock
Charger MMC
32K crystal SIM PWM Keypad GPIO SD/MS IrDA UART I2C
Vibrator Vibrator driver oscillator MS PRO

32KHz Xtal SIM card User interface Memory card Serial interface

Figure. 3.1.1 MT6236 Hardware Block Diagram

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3. TECHNICAL BRIEF
3.1.1 General
r Integrated voice-band, audio-band and base-band analog front ends.
r1BDLBHF
– 12.5x12.5mm
– 0.5 mm pitch
– TFBGA 382balls, 0.5mm pitch package

3.1.2 MCU Subsystem


r"3.&+-STM 32-bit RISC processor
r)JHIQFSGPSNBODFNVMUJ-layer AMBA bus
r0QFSBUJOHGSFRVFODZ.)[
r%FEJDBUFE%."CVTXJUI%."DIBOOFMT
r+BWBIBSEXBSFBDDFMFSBUJPOGPSGBTU+BWB-based games and applets
r0O-chip boot ROM for Factory Flash Programming
r8BUDIEPHUJNFSGPSTZTUFNDSBTISFDPWFSZ
rTFUTPG(FOFSBM1VSQPTF5JNFS
r,#ZUF*OTUSVDUJPO5$.BOE,CZUF%BUB5$.
r,#ZUF*OTUSVDUJPO$BDIFBOE,CZUF%BUB$BDIF
r$JSDVJU4XJUDI%BUBDPQSPDFTTPS
r%JWJTJPODPQSPDFTTPS
r111'SBNFSDPQSPDFTTPS

3.1.3 External Memory Interface


r4VQQPSUTVQUPFYUFSOBMEFWJDFT
r4VQQPSUT-bit memory components with maximum size of up to 128M Bytes for each bank
r4VQQPSUT'MBTIBOE143".XJUI#VSTU.PEF
r4VQQPSUMFHBDZJOEVTUSZTUBOEBSEQBSBMMFM-$%*OUFSGBDF
r4VQQPSUNVMUJ-media companion chips with 8/16 bits data width
r$POGJHVSBCMFESJWJOHTUSFOHUIGPSNFNPSZJOUFSGBDF
r4VQQPSU.PCJMF%%34%3".BOE$FMMVMBS3".
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3.1.4 User Interface
r-row x 8-column keypad control with hardware scanner
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3.1.5 Security
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3.1.6 Connectivity
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3.1.7 Power Management


r-J-ion battery charger
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saving performance

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3.1.8 Radio Interface and Baseband Front End
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r-bit D/A Converter for uplink baseband I and Q signals
r-bit high resolution A/D Converter for downlink baseband I and Q signals
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r-bit D/A Converter for Automatic Power Control.
r-bit high resolution D/A converter for Automatic Frequency Control
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r-Pin Baseband Parallel Interface(BRI) with programmable driving strength
r.VMUJ-band support

3.1.9 Voice and Modem CODEC


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rate(FR), and half rate(HR)
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3.1.10 Voice Interface and Voice Front End


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3.1.11 LCD/NAND Flash Interface


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@@@-bit parallel interface, and serial interface for LCM
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3.1.12 LCD Controller


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3.1.13 Audio CODEC


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3.1.14 Audio Interface and Audio Front End


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3.1.15 Image Signal Processor


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3.1.16 JPEG Decoder


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3.1.17 JPEG Encoder


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3.1.18 Image Data Processing
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invert/sepia-tone effects
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3.1.19 MPEG-4/H.263 CODEC


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r".38#-AMR audio encode support

3.1.20 H.264 Decode


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3.1.21 2D Accelerator
r4VQQPSUT-bpp ARGB8888, 24-bpp RGB888, 16-bpp RGB565, and 8-bpp index color modes
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3.1.22 Bluetooth Radio Features


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worldwide radio systems
r-PX-IF architecture with high degree of linearity and high order channel filter
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3.1.23 Bluetooth Baseband Feature


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reSCO support
rScatternet support: Up to 4 piconets simultaneously with background inquiry/page scan
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r#VJMU-in hardware modem engine for access code correlation, header error correction, forward error
correction, CRC whitening, and encryption
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3.1.24 Bluetooth Platform features


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3.2
3.2Power
PowerManagement
Management
An power management is embedded in MT6236 to provide the rich features that an high-end feature phone
supports, including Li-ion battery charger, high performance and low quiescent current LDOs, power efficient
switching regulator, and drivers for LED and backlight.
The MT6236 offers various low-power features to help reduce system power consumption. MT6236 is also
fabricated in an advanced low power 65nm CMOS process, hence providing an overall ultra low leakage
solution.

3.2.1 Low Dropout Regulators(LDOs), Buck converter and Reference


The PMU Integrates 13 LDOs that are optimized for their given functions by balancing quiescent current, dropout
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̲ RF LDO (Vrf)
The RF LDO is a linear regulator that could source 250mA (max) with 2.8V output voltage. It supplies the RF
circuitry of the handset. The LDO is optimized for high performance and adequate quiescent current.

̲ Digital Core Buck Converter (Vcore)


The digital core regulator is a DC-DC step-down converter (Buck converter) that could source 350mA (max) with
1.3V to 0.8V programmable output voltage based on software register setting. It supplies the power for baseband
circuitry of the SoC. The buck converter is optimized for high efficiency and low quiescent current.

ƒ Digital Memory Buck Converter (VM)


The digital core regulator is a DC-DC step-down converter (Buck converter) that could source 300mA (max) with
1.8V. It supplies the power for baseband circuitry of the SoC. The buck converter is optimized for high efficiency
and low quiescent current.

ƒ Digital IO LDO (Vio)


The digital IO LDO is a linear regulator that could source 100mA (max) with 2.8V output voltage. It supplies the
power for baseband circuitry of the SoC. The LDO is optimized for very low quiescent current and turns on
automatically together with Vm/Va LDOs.

ƒ Analog LDO (Va)


The analog LDO is a linear regulator that could source 125mA (max) with 2.8V output voltage. It supplies the
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coming from the burst at 217Hz of RF power amplifier.

ƒTCXO LDO (Vtcxo)


The TCXO LDO is a linear regulator that could source 40mA (max) with 2.8V output voltage. It supplies the
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ƒ Single-Step RTC LDO (Vrtc)


The single-step RTC LDO is a linear regulator that can charge up a capacitor-type backup coin cell to 2.8 V,
which also supplies the RTC module even at the absence of the main battery. The single-step LDO features the
reverse current protection and is optimized for ultra low quiescent current while sustaining the RTC function as
long as possible.

ƒ Memory buck converter (Vm)


The memory regulator is a DC-DC step-down converter (Buck converter) that could source 300mA (max) with
1.8V output voltage. It supplies the memory circuitry in the handset. The buck converter is optimized for high
efficiency and low quiescent current.

ƒ SIM LDO (Vsim)


The SIM LDO is a linear regulator that could source 100mA (max) with 1.8V or 3.0V output voltage selection
based on the supply specs of subscriber identity modules (SIM) card. It supplies the SIM card and SIM level
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ƒUSB LDO (Vusb)


The USB LDO is a linear regulator that could source 100mA (max) with 3.3V output dedicated for USB circuitry. It
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ƒ Bluetooth LDO (Vbt)


The VBT LDO is a linear regulator that could source 100mA (max) with 1.3V, 1.5V, 1.8V, 2.5V, 2.8V, 3.0V, 3.1V or
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ƒ Camera Analog LDO (Vcama)


The Vcama LDO is a linear regulator that could source 250mA (max) with 1.5V, 1.8V, 2.5V or 2.8V output which is
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ƒ Camera Digital LDO (Vcamd)


The Vcamd LDO is a linear regulator that could source 100mA (max) with 1.3V, 1.5V, 1.8V, 2.5V, 2.8V, 3.0V or 3.3V
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Name of Output Description


Net Name Output Voltage(V)
PMIC Current(mA) (Connected Device)
VCORE VCORE_1V2 0.9 to 1.3 350 Digital Core
2 Bucks Extemal Memory,
VM VMEM_1V8 1.8 300
Selectable
VIO VIO_2V8 2.8 100 Digital IO
VRF VRF_2V8 2.8 250 RF Chip
VA avdd_2v8 2.8 125 Analog Baseband
VRTC VRTC_2V8 2.8 0.6 RTC
13/26 MHz Reference
VTCXO ---- 2.8 40
13 LDOs Clock
(4 Analog LDOs
+ 9 Digital
VSIM VSIM1_PWR 1.8/3.0 100 SIM Card, Selectable
LDOs) VSIM2 VSIM2_PWR 1.3/1.5/1.8/2.5/2.8/3.0/3.3 100 SIM Card2, Selectable
VIBR --- 1.3/1.5/1.8/2.5/2.8/3.0/3.3 200 Vibrator
VUSB VUSB_3V3 3.3 100 USB
Memory Card or
VBT VBT_2V8 1.3/1.5/1.8/2.5/2.8/3.0/3.3 100
Bluetooth
VCAM_A VCAM_2V8 1.3/1.5/1.8/2.8 250 Analog Camera Power
VCAM_D VCAM_1V8 1.3/1.5/1.8/2.5/2.8/3.0/3.3 100 Digital Camera Power
VMC VMC 1.3/1.5/1.8/2.5/2.8/3.0/3.3 100 Memory Card

Table3.2.1. Power Supply Domains (Without RF)

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3.2.2
3.2.2Power
PowerOn
OnSequence
Sequence
The PMU handles the powering ON and OFF of the handset. There are three ways to power-on the handset
system :

1. Push PWRKEY (Pull the PWRKEY pin to the low level)


Pulling PWRKEY low is the typical way to turn on the handset. The Vcore buck converter will be turned-on first,
and then Va/Vio LDOs turn-on at the same time. After Va/Vio turn-on, Vm buck and then Vusb/Vmc LDOs, and
finally Vrf/Vtcxo LDOs will be turn on. The supplies for the baseband are ready and then the system reset ends
at the moment when the Vcore/Va/Vio/Vm/Vusb/Vmc/Vrf/Vtcxo are fully turned-on to ensure the correct
timing and function. After that, baseband would send the PWRBB signal back to PMU for acknowledgement.
To uccessfully power-on the handset, PWRKEY should be kept low until PMU receives the PWRBB from
baseband.

2. RTC module generate PWRBB to wakeup the system


If the RTC module is scheduled to wakeup the handset at some time, the PWRBB signal will directly send to the
PMU. In this case, PWRBB becomes high at the specific moment and let PMU power-POKVTUMJLFUIFTFRVFODF
described above. This is the case named RTC alarm.

3. Valid charger plug-in (CHRIN voltage is within the valid range)


Charger plugging-in will also turn on the handset if the charger is valid (no OVP take place). However, if the
battery voltage is too low to power-on the handset (UVLO state), the system won‘t be turned-on by any of
these three ways. In this case, charger will charge the battery first and the handset will be powered-on
automatically as long as the battery voltage is high enough.

Table 18 States of mobile handset and regulator

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ƒ Under-voltage Lockout (UVLO)

The UVLO state in the PMU prevents startup if the initial voltage of the main battery is below the 3.2V
threshold. It ensures that the handset is powered-on with the battery in good condition. The UVLO function is
performed by a hysteretic comparator which can ensure the smooth power-on sequence. In addition, when
the battery voltage is getting lower and lower, it will enter UVLO state and the PMU will be turned-off by itself,
except for Vrtc LDO, to prevent further discharging. Once the PMU enters UVLO state, it draws low quiescent
current. The RTC LDO is still working until the DDLO disables it.

ƒ Deep Discharge Lockout (DDLO)

PMU will enter to the deep discharge lockout (DDLO) state when the battery voltage drops below 2.5V. In this
state, the Vrtc LDO will be shutdown. Otherwise, it draws very low quiescent current to prevent further
discharging or even damage to the cells.

ƒ Reset

The PMU contains a reset control circuit which takes effect at both power-up and power-down. The RESETB
pin is held at low in the beginning of power-up and returns to high after the pre-determined delay time. The
delay time is controlled by a large counter, which use clock from internal ring-oscillator. At power-off, RESETB
pin will return to low immediately without any delay.

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3.3 FEM
3.3 FEM with
with integrated
integratedPower
PowerAmplifier
AmplifierModule
Module(RF7180, U202)
(RF7180, U202)
3.3.1 Internal
InternalBlock
BlockDiagram
Diagram

TX ENABLE

GPCTRL0

GPCTRL1
VRAMP

VBATT

NC
GND 1 22 21 20 19 18 17

GND 2 CMOS Controller


16 GND
RFIN LB 3
15 GND

GND 4 Amplifier Switch 14 ANTENNA


ESD
Protection 13 NC
RFIN HB 5

GND 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
GND

GND

GND

RX0

RX1
NC

Figure. 3.3.1 RF7180 FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM

3.3.2 General Description


The RF7180 is a quad-band (GSM850/EGSM900/DCS1800/PCS1900) GSM/GPRS Class 12compliant transmit
module with two symmetrical receive ports. This transmit module buildsupon RFMD’s leading power amplifier
with PowerStar® integrated power control technology,pHEMT switch technology, and integrated transmit
filtering for best-in-class harmonic perfor-mance. The results are high performance, a reduced solution size, and
ease of implementation.

The device is designed for use as the final portion of the transmitter section in a GSM850 / EGSM900 / DCS1800 /
PCS1900 handset and eliminates the need for PA-to-antennaswitch module matching network. The device
provides 50 matched input and output portsrequiring no external matching components.The RF7180
features RFMD’s latest integrated power-flattening circuit, which significantlyreduces current and power
variation into load mismatch. Additionally, a VBATT tracking feature isincorporated to maintain switching
performance as supply voltage decreases. The RF7180 alsointegrates an ESD filter to provide excellent ESD
protection at the antenna port

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TX Module Mode Tx ENABLE GpCtrl1 GpCtrl0


Off 0 0 0
RX 0 0 1 0
RX 1 0 1 1
GSM850/900 TX Mode 1 1 0
DCS1800/PCS1900 TX Mode 1 1 1

Table 3.3.1 Band SW Logic Table

VBAT

C1322 4.7p

C280 6p RF_ANT_SW2
22u C282 RF_ANT_SW1
C283 22p RF_PA_EN
10K
R281 RF_TX_RAMP

C284 C285 C286 C287


R288
100p 24K
100p 22p 220p
18
19
20
21
22
23
VBATT
GPCTRL1
GPCTRL0
TX_ENABLE
VRAMP
GND_SLUG

17 1
R282 R284
NC3 GND1
16 2 180 180
C288 100p
C293 GND9 GND2 C29033p
15 3 R283
U215
SW201
L228 L229 33p GND8 RFIN_LB
G2 14 4 30 LowBand_Tx
ANT_FEED ANT RF ANT GND3 C29122p
G1
3.3n 3.3n 13
NC2 RFIN_HB
5 R286
12 6
C289 100p 24 HighBand_Tx
RX1 GND4
C1325 C1327 C1326 R285 R287
1.2p DNI DNI
220
220
GND7
GND6
GND5
NC1
RX0
11
10
9
8
7
HighBand_Rx

LowBand_Rx

Figure 3.3.2 RF-module CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

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3.4
3.4 Clocks
Clocks
5IFSFBSFUXPNBKPSUJNFCBTFTJOUIF.5'PSUIFGBTUFSPOFJTUIF.)[DMPDLPSJHJOBUFEGSPNUIF
digital control oscillator(DCXO) of RF chip. This signal is then converted to the square-wave signal through
CLKSQ. The other time base is the 32768 Hz clock generated by an on-chip oscillator connected to an external
crystal. Figure 3.4.1 shows the clock sources as well as their utilizations inside the chip.

RF CLKSW_TOP CLKCTL
26MHz
TCVCXO
EN
MPLLSEL 312MHz MCU clock
(0x801A_0204[1:0]) ENCG
104MHz EMI clock
CG
EN
ABB 0 CG 52MHz AHB clock

1 FMCU_CK
CLKSQ CLKSQ_26M_CK 1/2 CLKSQ_13M_CK
MPLL_312M_CK
2 MCU_DCM

MPLL_208M_CK
208MHz EMI clock

DPLLSEL
1/2 CLKSQ_CON (0x801A_0100) (0x801A_0204[3:2]) EN
104MHz GDSP1_CK
CG
EN
MPLL_CLKSW
104MHz GDSP2_CK
(frequency hopping switch) 0 CG
1 FDSP_CK
MPLL MPLL_636M_CK
MPLL_104M_CK
2 DSP_DCM
1
& MPLLDIV
NPLL_636M_CK 0
NPLL
GPLLSEL
(0x801A_0204[5:4])
GSM_DCM
EN
52MHz GSM_CK
0 CG
UPLL 1 FGSM_CK
52MHz BFE clock
UPLL_624M_CK
2
UPLL_52M_CK
UPLL_48M_USB_CK
UPLLDIV UPLL_104M_CK
EN
MSDC clock
UPLL_96M_CK CG IrDA clock
UPLL_48M_CK
UPLLSEL
MSDC_DCM
(0x801A_0204[7:6])
CPLL
EN
GUSB_CK
USB PHY 0 CG
1 FUSB_CK

CPLL_208M_CK
USB_PHY_CLK 2 USB_DCM

CPLL_CON2 (0x801A_0608)
EN
Camera clock
CG
CPLLDIV CPLL_DIV_CK

32KHz EN
CG
XOSC_ANA XOSCOUT F32K_CK SLOW_CK
SLOW_DCM
XOSC_CON (0x801A_0000)

Figure. 3.4.1 Clock distributions inside the MT6236.


Figure. 3.4.1 Clock distributions inside the MT6236.

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33

32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25 R223
GND

RX850
RX850B
RX900
RX900B
RX1800
RX1800B
RX1900
RX1900B
RF_QP
2.2K
1 24 C250
VCC_FE VCC_BBQ
2 23 82p
I Q
3 22 R225
4
IB U205 QB
21
RF_QN
VCC_BBI REF_OP
2.2K
5 20
C272
6
SDATA REFIN
19
CLK_26M
SCLK REFINB 1n
7 18 X201
SEN VAFC_NC 4 3
8 17 DSX321G-26M
NC VCC_REF 1 2
VCC_TXVCO

C260
26MHz
TXOP_LO
TXOP_HI
VLDO3

VLDO1
VLDO2
VBAT
VDD

47p
R228 1K
RF_AFC
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

Figure. 3.4.2 Crystal Oscillator External Connection

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3.4.1 32.768KHz Time Base
The 32768 Hz clock is always running. It’s mainly used as the time base of the Real Time Clock(RTC) module,
which maintains time and date with counters. Therefore, both the 32768Hz oscillator and the RTC module is
powered by separate voltage supplies that shall not be powered down when the other supplies do.
In low power mode, the 13Mhz time base is turned off, so the 32768Hz clock shall be employed to update the
critical TDMA timer and Watchdog Timer. This time base is also used to clocks the keypad scanner logic

3.4.2 26MHz Time Base


Since PLL are based on 13MHz reference clock. There is an ½-dividers for PLL existing to allow using 26MHz
DCXO.
There are 3 phase-locked loops(PLL) in MT6236. The UPLL generates 624Mhz clock output, then a frequency
EJWJEFSUPHFOFSBUFGJYFE.I[BOE.I[GPS(4.@$-0$,BOE64#@$-0$,SFTQFDUJWFMZ5IF.1--HFOFSBUFT
EZOBNJDBMMZQSPHSBNNBCMFDMPDLGSPN_.I[GPS.$6@$-0$-BOE%41@$-0$,5IFTFGPVSQSJNBSZ
clocks then feed into GSM, USB, MCU and DSP clock Domain, respectively. Besides, There is a CPLL generates
6.5 ~ 208Mhz clock output, with a post-divider from 1 ~ 1/16 clock for Camera-Sensor. These 3 PLLs require no
off-chip components for operations and can be turn off in order to save power. After power-on, the PLLs are off
by default and the source clock signal is selected through multiplexers. The software shall take cares of the PLL
lock time while changing the clock selections. The PLL and usages are listed below.
- 1--TVQQMZGPVSDMPDLTPVSDF.$6@$-0$, _.I[
%41@$-0$, _.I[

(4.@$-0$, .I[
BOE64#@$-0$, .I[

- 'PS%41.$6TZTUFNDMPDL .$6@$-0$,BOE%41@$-0$,5IFPVUQVUUFE_.I[DMPDLJT
controlled by MCU for 1.0Mhz per step and settled time is under 100uS. The clock is also connected to
%41.$6%$. EZOBNJDDMPDLNBOBHFS
GPSEZOBNJDBMMZBEKVTUJOHDMPDLSBUFCZEJHJUBMDMPDLEJWJEFS
.$6@$-0$,QBDFTUIFPQFSBUJPOTPGUIF.$6DPSFT .$6NFNPSZTZTUFN BOE.$6QFSJQIFSBMTBTXFMM
- .PEFNTZTUFNDMPDL (4.@$-0$, XIJDIQBDFTUIFPQFSBUJPOTPGUIF(4.(134IBSEXBSF 
DPQSPDFTTPSTBTXFMM5IFPVUQVUUFE.I[DMPDLJTDPOOFDUFSUP(4.@%$.GPSEZOBNJDBMMZBEKVTUJOH
clock rate by digital clock divider.

Note that PLL need some time to become stable after being powered up. The software shall take cares of the
PLL lock time before switching them to the proper frequency. Usually, a software loop longer than the PLL lock
time is employed to deal with the problem.
For power management, the MCU software program may stop MCU Clock by setting the Sleep Control Register.
Any interrupt requests to MCU can pause the sleep mode, and thus MCU return to the running mode.
AHB also can be stop by setting the Sleep Control Register. However the behavior of AHB in sleep mode is a
little different from that of MCU. After entering Sleep Mode, it can be temporarily waken up by any “hreq”(bus
request), and then goes back to sleep automatically after all “hreqs” de-assert. Any transactions can take place
as usual in sleep mode, and it can save power while there is no transaction on it. However the penalty is losing a
little system efficiency for switching on and off bus clock, but the impact is small

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3.5 Transceiver(AD6548,U204)
VCC_TXVCO

TX Loop
AD6548
Filter

PA Module
PFD TXIB
TXOP_HI

TXI
GSM1800/1900
/2 I
TXOP_LO
TX_LO1
Band /4 IB
Control
GSM850/900 RXI
Antenna Switch Module

VCC_FE TX_LO2

RXIB
RX850
VCC_BBI
RX850B
TXQ
VCC_BBQ
RX900
RX900B DC Offset TXQB
Correction Q
RX1800 DC Offset
RX1800B Correction QB
RXQ
RX1900
RX1900B RXQB
VAFC AFC
LNA Gain
Reduction
RX LO REFINB
Generator
Xtal Osc
Frac-N Synth
+ Tuning REFIN
TX_LO2 TX LO Supply
TX_LO1 Generator REF_OP CLK

TX circuits LO VCO General


supply Supply Supply
SDATA
Serial
SCLK LDO LDO LDO VCC_REF REF_OP
Interface Ref
SEN Reg 3 Reg 2 Reg 1

VDD VCC_
VBAT VLDO3 VLDO2 VLDO1
TXVCO

Figure. 3.5.1 Block DIAGRAM AD6548

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3.5.1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION


The AD6548 provides a highly integrated direct conversion radio solution that combines, on a single chip, all
radio and power management functions necessary to build the most compact GSM radio solution possible. The
only external components required for a complete radio design are the Rx SAWs, PA, Switch plexer and a few
passives enabling an extremely small cost effective GSM Radio solution.
The AS6548 uses the industry proven direct conversion receiver architecture of the OthelloTM
Family. For Quad band applications the front end features four fully integrated programmable gain differential
LNAs. The RF is then downconverted by quadrature mixers and then fed to the baseband programmable-gain
amplifiers and active filters for channel selection. The Receiver output pins can be directly connected to the
baseband analog processor. The Receive path features automatic calibration and tracking to remove DC offsets.

The transmitter features a translation-loop architecture for di-rectly modulating baseband signals onto the
integrated TX VCO.
The translation-loop modulator and TX VCO are extremely low noise removing the need for external SAW filters
prior to the PA.
The AD6548 uses a single integrated LO VCO for both the receive and the transmit circuits. The synthesizer lock
times are optimized for GPRS applications up to and including class12. To dramatically reduce the BOM both TX
Translational loop and main PLL Loop Filters are fully integrated into the device.
AD6548 incorporates a complete reference crystal calibration system. This allows the external VCTXO to be
replaced with a low cost crystal. No other external components are required.
The AD6548 also contains on-chip low dropout voltage regulators(LDOs) to deliver regulated supply voltages
to the functions on chip, with a battery input voltage of between 2.9V and 5.5V. Comperehensive power down
options are included to minimize power consumption in normal use.
A standard 3 wire serial interface is used to program the IC. The interface features low-voltage digital interface
buffers compatible with logic levels from 1.6V to 2.9V

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3.5.2 Features

Fully integrated GSM Transceiver including.


ƒ Direct Conversion Receiver
- 4 Differential LNAs
- Integrated Active RX channel Select Filters
- Programmable gain baseband amplifiers

ƒ Translation Loop Direct VCO Modulator


- Integrated TX VCO and tank
- External TX filters eliminated
-Integrated Loop filter components

ƒ High performance multi band PLL system


- Fast Fractional-N-Synthesizer
-Integrated Local Oscillator VCO
- Fully integrated Loop filters
-Crystal Reference Oscillator & Tuning System

ƒPower Management
- Integrated LDOs allow direct battery supply connection

ƒSmall footprint
- 32-Lead 5X5mm Chip scale Package

ƒDual Triple and Quad band radios


- GSM850,EGSM900,DCS1800 and PCS1900
- GPRS to Class 12-EDGE RX

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3.6
3.6MEMORY(PF38F4050M0Y3DE,
MEMORY(PF38F4050M0Y3DE,U300
U300) )
3.6.1
3.6.1Functional
FunctionalDescription
Description
Hynix NAND Flash is a 128Mx16bit with spare 4Mx16 bit capacity.
The device is offered in 1.8 Vcc Power Supply, and with x16 I/O interface
its NAND cell provides the most cost-effective solution for the solid state mass storage market.
The memory is divided into blocks that can be erased independently so it is possible to preserve valid data
while old data is erased.
The device contains 2048 blocks, composed by 64 pages.
Memory array is split into 2 planes, each of them consisting of 1024 blocks.
Like all other 2KB - page NAND Flash devices, a program operation allows to write the 2112-byte page in typical
250us and an erase operation can be performed in typical 3.5ms on a 128K-byte block.
In addition to this, thanks to multi-plane architecture, it is possible to program 2 pages at a time (one per each
plane) or to erase 2 blocks at a time (again, one per each plane). As a consequence, multi-plane architecture
allows program time to be reduced by 40% and erase time to be reduction by 50%. In case of multi-plane
operation, there is small degradation at 1.8V application in terms of program/erase time.

The multiplane operations are supported both with traditional and ONFI 1.0 protocols.
Data in the page can be read out at 45ns cycle time per byte. The I/O pins serve as the ports for address and data
input/output as well as command input. This interface allows a reduced pin count and easy migration towards
different densities, without any rearrangement of footprint.
Commands, Data and Addresses are synchronously introduced using CE#, WE#, ALE and CLE input pin.
The on-chip Program/Erase Controller automates all read, program and erase functions including pulse
repetition, where required, and internal verification and margining of data.

A WP# pin is available to provide hardware protection against program and erase operations.
The output pin RB# (open drain buffer) signals the status of the device during each operation. In a system with
multiple memories the RB# pins can be connected all together to provide a global status signal.
Each block can be programmed and erased up to 100,000 cycles with ECC (error correction code) on. To extend
the lifetime of Nand Flash devices, the implementation of an ECC is mandatory.
The chip supports CE# don't care function. This function allows the direct download of the code from the NAND
Flash memory device by a microcontroller, since the CE# transitions do not stop the read operation.
In addition, device supports ONFI 1.0 specification.

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The copy back function allows the optimization of defective blocks management: when a page program
operation fails the data can be directly programmed in another page inside the same array section without the
time consuming serial data insertion phase. Copy back operation automatically executes embedded error
detection operation: 1 bit error out of every 264-word (x16) can be detected. With this feature it is no longer
necessary to use an external to detect copy back operation errors.
Multiplane copy back is also supported, both with traditional and ONFI 1.0 protocols. Data read out after copy
back read (both for single and multiplane cases) is allowed.
In addition, Cache program and multi cache program operations improve the programming throughput by
programming data using the cache register.

The devices provide two innovative features: page re-program and multiplane page re-program.
The page re-program allows to re-program one page. Normally, this operation is performed after a previously
failed page program operation. Similarly, the multiplane page re-program allows to re-program two pages in
parallel, one per each plane. The first page must be in the first plane while the second page must be in the
second plane; the multiplane page re-program operation is performed after a previously failed multiplane
page program operation. The page re-program and multiplane page re-program guarantee improve
performance, since data insertion can be omitted during re-program operations, and save ram buffer at the
host in the case of program failure.

The devices support the ONFI1.0 specification and come with four security features:
- OTP (one time programmable) area, which is a restricted access area where sensitive data/code can be stored
permantely.
- Serial number (unique identifier), which allows the devices to be uniquely indentified.
-Read ID2 extension

5IFTFTFDVSJUZGFBUVSFTBSFTVCKFDUUPBO/%" OPO-disclosure agreement) and are, therefore, no described in


the datasheet. For more details about them, contact your nearest Hynix sales office.

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VDD

DQ0~DQ7(x8)
CE#
WE# DQ0~DQ15(x16)

RE# RB#
ALE
CLE
WP#

VSS

Figure. 3.6.1
Figure. LOGIC
3.6.1 DIAGRAM
LOGIC DIAGRAM

DQ0~DQ15 Data Input /outputs(x16)

CLE Command latch enable

ALE Address latch enable

CE# Chip Enable

RE# Read Enable

WE# Write Enable

WP# Write Protect

RB# Ready / Busy

Vcc Power supply

Vss Ground

NC No Connected internally

Table 3_6_1 Signal Names

Table 3_6_1 Signal Names

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ADDRESS
REGISTER/
COUNTER

PROGRAM X
ERASE
CONTROLLER
HV GENERATION 2048 Mbit + 64 Mbit D
E
NAND Flash C
O
MEMORY ARRAY D
E
WE# R
CE# COMMAND
WP# INTERFACE
RE# LOGIC

PAGE BUFFER
COMMAND
REGISTER
Y DECODER

DATA
REGISTER
BUFFERS

IO

Figure. 3.6.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM


Figure. 3.6.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM

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3.6.2 Features
[ MCP ]

• Operation Temperature • RELIABILITY


- -30oC ~ 85oC - 100,000 Program / Erase cycles (with
• Package 1bit /528Byte ECC)
- 130-ball FBGA - 8.0x9.0mm2, 1.0t, 0.65mm pitch - 10 Year Data retention
- Lead & Halogen Free • ONFI 1.0 COMFLIANT COMMAND SET
• ELECTRICAL SIGNATURE
</"/%'MBTI> - Munufacture ID: ADh
• MULTIPLANE ARCHITECTURE - Device ID
• SUPPLY VOLTAGE
- Vcc = 1.7 - 1.95 V
• MEMORY CELL ARRAY
[ DDR SDRAM ]
- (1K + 32) Words x 64 pages x 2048 blocks
• 1"(&4*;&
• Double Data Rate architecture
- (1K+ 32 spare) Words
- two data transfer per clock cycle
• #-0$,4*;&
• x16 bus width
- (64K + 2K spare) Words
• Supply Voltage
• PAGE READ / PROGRAM
- VDD / VDDQ = 1.7 - 1.95 V
- Random access : 25us (max.)
• Memory Cell Array
- Sequential access : 45ns (min.)
- 16Mb x 4Bank x 16 I/O
- Page program time : 250us (typ.)
• Bidirectional data strobe (DQS)
- Multi-page program time (2 pages): 250us (Typ.)
• Input data mask signal (DQM)
• BLOCK ERASE / MULTIPLE BLOCK ERASE
• Input Clock
- Block erase time: 3.5 ms (Typ)
- Differential Clock Inputs (CK, /CK)
- Multi-block erase time (2 blocks): 3.5ms (Typ.)
• MRS, EMRS
• SEQURITY
- JEDEC Standard guaranteed
- OTP area
• CAS Latency
- Sreial number (unique ID)
- Programmable CAS latency 2 or 3 supported
- Hardware program/erase disabled during
• Burst Length
- power transition
- Programmable burst length 2 / 4 / 8 with both
• ADDITIONAL FEATURE
sequential and interleave mode
- Multiplane Architecture:
Array is split into two independent planes.
Parallel operations on both planes are available,
having program and erase time.
- Single and multiplane copy back program with automatic
EDC (error detection code)
- Single and multiplane page re-program
- Single and multiplane cache program
- Cache read
- Multiplane block erase

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3.7 Wi-Fi Module(MT5931, U203)

3.7 Wi-Fi Module(MT5931, U203)


MT5931 is Wi-Fi device which includes.

-802.11 b/g/n
MT5931 is Wi-Fi device which includes.
-PA
- 802.11 b/g/n
- PA -LNA
- LNA
-TR-Switch
-TR-Switch
MT5931
MT5931 provides
provides the best
the best and most
and most convenient
convenient connectivity
connectivity functions.
functions. MT5931MT5931 implements
implements advanced
advanced and sophisticated
and sophisticated Radio Coexistence algorithms and hardware mechanisms. Enhanced overall quality for
Radio Coexistence algorithms and hardware mechanisms. Enhanced overall quality for simultaneous voice, data,
simultaneous voice, data, and audio/video transmission on mobile phone and Tablet PC be achieved.
and audio/video transmission on mobile phone and Tablet PC be achieved. The small package size with low power
The small package size with low power consumption reduces PCB layout area.
consumption reduces PCB layout area.

Data
Buffer PA
SDIO MAC T/R
eHPI BB AFE / RF
Switch
Arbiter
LNA

RISC
Core

I-Cache
EEPROM
D-Cache

FigureFigure
3.7.1.3.7.1.
Wi-FiWi-Fi
BLOCKBLOCK DIAGRAM
DIAGRAM

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3.7.1 Feature
* General description

- Embedded RISC Core fore better system level management


- Coexistence : IEEE 802.15.2 external three-wire coexistence scheme to support additional wireless technologies such as
3G,GPS and Wi-MAX
- Self Calibration
- Integrated switching regulator enables direct connection to battery
- Best-In-class current consumption performance
- Intelligent BT/WLAN coexistence scheme that goes beyond PTA signaling(for example, transmit window and duration
that take into account of protocol exchange sequence, frequency, etc.)
- TFBGA(5.1×5.3)(C333)
- 802.11 d/h/k compliant
- Security : WFA WPA/WP/A2 personal, WPS2.0,WAPI (Hardware)
- QoS : WFA WMM, WMM PS
- Support 802.11n optional features : STBC, A-MPDU, Blk-Ack, RIFS, MCS Feedback, 20/40MHz coexistence(PCO),unschedu
led PSMP
- Support 802.11w Protected Managed Frames Support Wi-Fi Direct
- Interface : SDIO 2.0 (4-bit & 1-bit), SPI,EHPI-8/16(TFBGA only)
- Per packet Tx power control

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MT5931 WIFI SMPSLDO_1V6

C19
12p
2
GND

C270
4.7u
VBAT
DSBTPTR2010

PALDO_3V3
FEED
ANT2

2.2u
FB200
L225
VBAT 120

C20 C21
L231
2.2n 2.2u 10p

C278

DNI

C277
C274
4.7u
15p

C298
PALDO_3V3
C1321 C299
WiFi_EN
DNI 4.7u C214
FL204 1p 1.8p
FL203
4 1
C276 C22 B/P_2 Gnd/DC_fd R252
1 3 3 2
IN OUT UnB/P B/P_1
100K
GND

100p 18p C243

C295 2.2u
PALDO_3V3
2

1u

C3

C5
B5

A1

B1

A2

A3

A4
B3

E5

A5
R253

AGND43_SMPS

GND_PALDO
AVDD43_SMPS
GND_REF

AVDD43_REF

PALDO_FB
PAD_EN

PALDO
OUT_FB
49.9
REF

LXBK
C239 F4
CGND1
1u B10 F6
TRX_IO_P CGND2
C10 F7
TRX_IO_N CGND3
K1
CGND4
A6
AVDD33_XO
C232 0.1u A9
AVDD33_TX
F10 R254
PAD_ICAL_EXTR
C229 10p Star connection D10 24K
AVDD16_TRX
C228 0.1u A8
SMPSLDO_1V6 AVDD16_SX
C227 1u E10 E7
AVDD16_LF TRXIN
C226 0.1u C2 E6
AVDD16_CLDO TRXIP
E9
TRXQN
D3 E8
AVDDRTC TRXQP
D4
VRTC_2V8 AVSSRTC
C221
PALDO_3V3
0.1u F9 D2
OSC_EN X32K_OUT
R9 4
X202 1XTW26000FAA
3 C223 1n A7
U206
VCC OUT OSC_IN
49.9 1 2 D1
GND1 GND2 X32K_IN WIFI_32K
C18 A10 J9
26MHz AVSS33_PA1 XTEST WiFi_RST
1u C9 K9 R255
AVSS33_PA2 SYSRST_B VIO_2V8
B9 H7 100K
AVSS33_PA3 BT_PRI BT_PRI
C6 H3 LNAND_D_[00]
AVSS16_WF1 D0
D6 J3
AVSS16_WF2 D1 LNAND_D_[01]
D7 J1
AVSS16_WF3 A0 LCD_RS
D9 K2
AVSS16_WF4 D3 LNAND_D_[03]
B8 H2
AVSS16_VCO D2 LNAND_D_[02]
J2
OE_N LCD_RD_N
H8 G1
TP202 EXT_INT_B D4 LNAND_D_[04]
E2 G2
WIFI_INT WIFI_INT_B D5 LNAND_D_[05]
K8 G3
ANTSEL_0 D6 LNAND_D_[06]
UART_DBG_RX
UART_DBG_TX

J8 E3
ANTSEL_1 D7 LNAND_D_[07]
PAD_VDDK1
PAD_VDDK2
PAD_VDDK3

G9 K4
ANTSEL_2 D8
FSOURCE

DVDDIO3

DVDDIO2
DVDDIO1

DVDDIO0

F8 J4
ANTSEL_3 D9
GPIO_1
GPIO_0

WE_N
CLDO

CS_N

R270
D15
D14
D13
D12
D11
D10

10K
G4
G6
G7

G10
H1

C1

H9

H6
H5
H4
H10
E1

K7

K6
K10

F3
F2
J7

J6
J5
J10

R263

1M

LCD_WR_N
VMEM_1V8 TP200
WiFi_CS
C247 C246 C245 C244 TP201

1u 1u 0.1u 1u

VIO_2V8

Figure 3.7.2. WiFi CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

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3.8 SIM Card Interface


The Main Base Band Processor(MT6236) contains two dedicated smart card interfaces to allow the MCU to access the two
SIM cards. Each interface can operator via 5 terminals. As shown is the Figure 3.8.2, SIMVCC, SIMSEL, SIMRST, SIMCLK and
SIMDATA are for one SIM interface, while SIM2VEE, SIM2SEL, SIM2RST, SIM2CLK and SIM2DATA are for the other one.
The functions of the two SIM interfaces are identical. And C333 support only single-SIM. therefore, only first SIM interface
will be described in this document. The VSIM is used to control the external voltage supply to the SIM card and SIM SEL
determines the regulated smart card supply voltage. SIMRST is used as the SIM card reset signal. Besides, SIMDATA and
SIMCLK are used for data exchange purpose.
C333 is using U202 as SIM controller to be able to use triple SIM.

Figure 3.8.21SIM Interface block diagram

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VIO_2V8 VBAT

C8 C9 C1
VSIM_1 VSIM_2
2.2u 2.2u 1u

TP4
RST_N
C2 C3
1u 1u

23

19

4
SYSRSTB

VIO

VBAT
VSIM1
5
TP1
SCLK1/GPIO1
6
SIM_1_CLK
SIM_1_2_CLK 15
SIMCLK1/GPI13 SRST1/GPIO2
7
SIM_1_RST
TP2
SIO1/GPIO3
8
SIM_1_DATA
SIM_1_2_RST 14
SIMRST1/GPI14
VSIM2
TP3 3
SIM_1_2_DATA 13
SIMIO1/GPI15 SCLK2/GPIO4
2
SIM_2_CLK
SRST2/GPIO5
1
SIM_2_RST
SIO2/GPIO6
28
SIM_2_DATA
SIMCLK2/GPI16
16
U1
VSIM3
27
SIMRST2/GPI17 SCLK3/GPIO7
17 24
SRST3/GPIO8
25
SIMIO2/GPI18 SIO3/GPIO9
18 26

CE0 VSIM4
20 9
SCLK4/GPIO10
10
I2C_SCL3 21
SCL SRST4/GPIO11
11
SIO4/GPIO12
12
I2C_SDA3 SDA
GND

22
29

VSIM_1

R304
J300 DNI
C1 C5
VCC GND1
C2 C6
SIM_1_RST RST VPP
C3 C7
SIM_1_CLK CLK IO SIM_1_DATA
C9 C12
GND2 GND5
C10 C11
GND3 GND4

VA306 C300 VA307 C301 C302 VA308

DNI DNI
DNI

VSIM_2

R305
J301
C1 C5 DNI
VCC GND1
C2 C6
SIM_2_RST RST VPP
C3 C7
SIM_2_CLK CLK IO SIM_2_DATA
C9 C12
GND2 GND5
C10 C11
GND3 GND4

VA309 C312 VA310 C313 C314 VA311

DNI DNI DNI

VSIM_3

J700
C1 C5
VCC GND1
C2 C6
SIM_3_RST RST VPP
C3 C7 SIM_3_DATA
SIM_3_CLK CLK IO
C9 C12
GND2 GND5
C10 C11
GND3 GND4

Figure 3.8.2 SIM Connector Circuit Diagram


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3. TECHNICAL BRIEF
3.8.1 Dual
3.8.1 DualSIM
SIMcontroller(MT6306,
controller(MT6306,U202)
U202)
GeneralDescription
•rGeneral Description
The MT6306 is a SIM card / GPIO control chip optimized for GSM handsets, especially those based on the
The MT6306MT62xx
MediaTek is a SIMsystem
card / GPIO control
solution. chip optimized
It supports for GSM
up to four SIM handsets,
interfacesespecially those
or 12 GPIOs based
plus on the
six GPIs. MediaTek
Each SIM
interface can be individually programmed as GPIOs. The SIM interface supports both 1.8V and 3V SIM
MT62xx system solution. It supports up to four SIM interfaces or 12 GPIOs plus six GPIs. Each SIM interface can be
cards. An I2C
individually interface is as
programmed used to control
GPIOs. The SIMSIM channel
interface individually.
supports both 1.8V and 3V SIM cards. An I2C interface is used
The MT6306 is available in 28-pin 4mm x 4mm QFN package. The operating temperature range is from -
to control SIM channel individually. The MT6306 is available in 28-pin 4mm x 4mm QFN package. The operating
25°C to +85°C.
temperature range is from -25°C to +85°C.

Features
•rFeatures
Control and communication through an I2C interface with baseband processor.
Control and communication
Independent throughfor
1.8V/3V VCC control aneach
I2C interface
SIM cardwith baseband processor. Independent 1.8V/3V VCC control for
each SIM card Power management and control forcards
Power management and control for quad SIM quad SIM cards Independent clock stop mode (at high or low level)
Independent
for clock
each SIM card stop mode (at
Programmable SIMhigh or lowpins
interface level)
(canforbeeach
SIM SIM card pins or GPIO pins) Compatible with MediaTek
interface
Programmable SIM interface pins (can be SIM interface pins or
baseband processor chips, MT6252, MT6253, MT6235, MT6236, etc. 28-Pin GPIO pins)
4mm x 4mm QFN Package.
Compatible with MediaTek baseband processor chips, MT6252, MT6253, MT6235, MT6236, etc.
28-Pin 4mm x 4mm QFN Package

Figure
Figure 3.8.3 3.8.3 SIM Controller
SIM Controller blockblock diagram
diagram

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3.9 Micro-SD Card Interface

u-SD CARD
VMC_3V3_LDO

CN701
13SW1
11
MSD_DET_N
9
1
MSD_D[2]
2
MSD_D[3] 3
MSD_CMD 4
5
MSD_CLK 6
7
MSD_D[0] 8
MSD_D[1]
10
12
14

SW2

Figure 3.9.1 Micro-SD Card Interface

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3.9.1 Pin Assignment


Since the controller can only be configured as either the host of Memory Stick or the host of SD/MMC Memory
Card at one time, pins for Memory Stick and SD/MMC Memory Card are shared in order to save pin counts. The
following lists pins required for Memory Stick and SD/MMD Memory Card. Figure 3.9.2 shows how they are
shared. In Table 3.9.1, all I/O pads have embedded both pull up and pull down resistor because they are
shared by both the Memory Stick and SD/MMC Memory Card. Pins 2,4,5,8 are only useful for SD/MMC
Memory Card. Pull down resistor for these pins can be used for power saving. All embedded pull-up and pull-
down resistors can be disabled by programming the corresponding control registers if optimal pull-up or
pull-down resistor are required on the system board. The pin VDDPD is used for power saving. Power for
Memory Stick or SD/MMC Memory Card can be shut down by programming the corresponding control
register. The pin WP(Write Protection) is only valid when the controller is configured for SD/MMC Memory
Card. It is used to detect the status of Write Protection Switch on SD/MMC Memory Card.

No Name Type MMC SD MS MSPRO Description

1 SD_CLK O CLK CLK SCLK SCLK Clock

2 SD_DATA3 I/O/PP CD/DAT3 DAT3 Data Line [Bit 3]

3 SD_DATA0 I/O/PP DAT0 DAT0 SDIO DAT0 Data Line [Bit 0]

4 SD_DATA1 I/O/PP DAT1 DAT1 Data Line [Bit 1]

5 SD_DATA2 I/O/PP DAT2 DAT2 Data Line [Bit 2]

6 SD_CMD I/O/PP CMD CMD BS BS Connand or Bus State

7 SD_PWRON O VDD ON/OFF

8 SD_WP I Write Protection Switch in SD

9 SD_INS I VSS2 VSS2 INS INS Card Detection

TableTable
3.9.13.9.1 Sharing
Sharing of pins
of pins for for Memory
Memory Stick
Stick andand SD/MMC
SD/MMC Memory
Memory Card
Card controller
controller

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3.9.2 Card Detection


For SD/MMC Memory Card, detection of card insertion/removal by hardware is also supported.
Because a pull down resistor with about 470 KΩ resistance which is impractical to embed in an I/O pad is
needed on the signal CD/DAT3, and it has to be capable of being connected or disconnected dynamically onto
the signal CD during initialization period, an additional I/O pad is needed to switch on/off the pull down
resistor on the system board. The scenario of card detection for SD/MMC Memory Card is shown in Figure 3.9.2.
Before SD/MMD Memory Card is inserted or powered on, SW1 and SW2 shall be opened for card detection of
the host side. Meanwhile, pull down resistor RCD on system board shall attach onto the signal CD/DAT3 by the
output signal RCDEN. In addition, SW3 on the card is default to be closed. Upon insertion of SD/MMC Memory
Card the signal CD/DAT3 will have a transition from low to high. If SD/MMC Memory Card is removed then the
signal CD/DAT3 will return to logic low. After the card identification process, pull down resistor RCD on system
board shall disconnect with the signal CD/DAT3 and SW3 on the card shall be opened for normal operation.
Since the scheme above needs a mechanical switch such as a relay on system board, it is not ideal enough.
Thus, a dedicated pin “INS” is used to perform card insertion and removal for SD/MMC. The pin “INS” will
connect to the pin “VSS2” of a SD/MMC connector.

HOST CARD

RPU 10-90K
Output enable

SW1 SW3

DAT3 OUT PAD PAD

RPD 470Kohm

CD/DAT3 IN

SW2 RCDEN
Output enable

Figure 3.9.2 Card Detection for SD/MMC Memory Card


Figure 3.9.2 Card Detection for SD/MMC Memory Card

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3.10 LCD Interface
3.10 LCD Interface
VIO_2V8 VMEM_1V8 VBAT

CN300

1
2
3
4

BLED_CA3 5 C336
BLED_CA2 6 2.2u
BLED_CA1 7

FL302 BLED_CA0 8
9
9 1
LCD_VSYN INOUT_B1 INOUT_A1 10
8 2
LCD_RS INOUT_B2 INOUT_A2 11
7 3
LCD_CS_N INOUT_B3 INOUT_A3 12
6 4
LCD_WR_N INOUT_B4 INOUT_A4 LCD_RD_N 13
14
R300
G2
G1

LCD_RST_N 15
100
10
5

16
25pF FL300
17
1 9
FL301
18 INOUT_A1 INOUT_B1 LNAND_D_[07]
2 8
19 INOUT_A2 INOUT_B2 LNAND_D_[05]
9 1 3 7
LNAND_D_[06] INOUT_B1 INOUT_A1 20 INOUT_A3 INOUT_B3 LNAND_D_[03]
8 2 4 6
LNAND_D_[04] INOUT_B2 INOUT_A2 21 INOUT_A4 INOUT_B4 LNAND_D_[01]
7 3
LNAND_D_[02] INOUT_B3 INOUT_A3 22

G1
G2
6 4
LNAND_D_[00] INOUT_B4 INOUT_A4 23

5
10
24
25pF
G2
G1

25
R311
10
5

25pF LCD_ID 26
100K 27

VA314 VA315
VA317 VA300 VA316 C310 C311

1u 1u

Figure 3.10.1
Figure LCD LCD
3.10.1 Interface
Interface

MT6236 contains a versatile LCD controller which is optimized for multimedia applications.
This controller supports many types of LCD modules and contains a rich feature set to enhance the functionality.
These features are:
• Up to 320 x 480 resolution
• The internal frame buffer supports 8bpp indexed color, RGB 565, RGB 888, ARGB 8888, PARGB 8888
and YUYV422 format.
• Supports 8-bpp (RGB332), 12-bpp (RGB444), 16-bpp (RGB565), 18-bpp (RGB666) and 24-bpp (RGB888)
LCD modules.
• 4 Layers Overlay with individual color depth, window size, vertical and horizontal offset, source key,
alpha value and display rotation control(90°,180°, 270°, mirror and mirror then 90°, 180° and 270°)
• One Color Look-Up Table
• Three Gamma Correction Tables
For parallel LCD modules, the LCD controller can reuse external memory interface or use dedicated 16/18-bit
parallel interface to access them and 8080 type interface is supported. It can transfer the display data from the
internal SRAM or external SRAM/Flash Memory to the off-chip LCD modules.
For serial LCD modules, this interface performs parallel to serial conversion and both 8- and 9- bit serial interface
is supported. The 8-bit serial interface uses four pins – LSCE#, LSDA, LSCK and LSA0 – to enter commands and
data.
Meanwhile, the 9-bit serial interface uses three pins – LSCE#, LSDA and LSCK – for the same purpose. Data read
is not available with the serial interface and data entered must be 8 bit.

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VCAM_1V2 VHP_MIC_2V6

VBAT
C337 C332
2.2u 2.2u VIO_2V8

21

11

14

12
R310

3
SLUG_G

AGND
PGND

LDO2

LDO1
1K
NC2
15
NC1 ENA
10 9
AVIN
13
VOUT
20 U302
BLED_CA0 19
LED1 PVIN
6
BLED_CA1 18
LED2

BLED_CA2 17
LED3 SDA
8
I2C_SDA1
BLED_CA3 16
LED4 SCL
7
I2C_SCL1
C2N

C1N
C2P

C1P

C324 C325 C326 C327 C328 C329 C333 C334


2

2.2u 2.2u
DNI DNI DNI DNI 1u 33p

C330 1u C331 1u

Figure 3.10.2 Charge Pump CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

The RT9396 is a power management IC (PMIC) for backlighting and phone camera applications. The PMIC
contains a 6-Channel charge pump white LED driver and four low dropout linear regulators.

The charge pump drives up to 6 white LEDs with regulated constant current for uniform intensity. Each
channel (LED1 to LED6) supports up to 25mA of current. These 6-Channels can be also programmed as 4 plus
2-Channels or 5 plus 1-Channels with different current setting for auxiliary LED application. The RT9396
maintains highest efficiency by utilizing a x1/ x1.5/ x2 fractional charge pump and low dropout current
regulators. An internal 6-bit DAC is used for backlight brightness control. Users can easily configure up to 64-
steps of LED current via the I2C interface control.

The RT9396 also comprises low noise, low dropout regulators, which provide up to 200mA of current for each
of the four channels. The four LDOs deliver 3% output accuracy and low dropout voltage of 200mV @ 200mA.
Users can easily configure LDO output voltage via the I2C interface control. The LDOs also provide current
limiting and over-temperature functions. The RT9396 is available in a WQFN-24L 3x3 package.

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3.11 Battery Charger Interface


3.11 Battery Charger Interface
VBUS_USB VBAT VIO_2V8

VUSB_LDO_4V9 R504
11
PGND
1 10 100K
VIN BATT
2 9
ISET U500 PGB
3 8
4
GND1 CHGSB
7
EOC
LDO GND2
5 6
IEOC EN_SET CHG_EN

R536
C504
R502

R503
820

DNI
0.1u 3K
(1%) (1%)

Figure 3.11.1 BATTERY CHARGER BLOCK

The RT9524 is a fully integrated single-cell Li-Ion battery charger IC ideal for portable applications. The RT9524
optimizes the charging task by using a control algorithm including pre-charge mode, fast charge mode and
constant voltage mode. The input voltage range of the VIN pin can be as high as 30V. When the input voltage
exceeds the OVP threshold, it will turn off the charging MOSFET to avoid overheating of the chip.
In RT9524, the maximum charging current can be programmed with an external resister. For the USB
application, user can set the current to 100mA/500mA through EN/SET pin. For the factory mode, the RT9524
can allow 4.2V/2.3A power pass through to support system operation. It also provides a 50mA LDO to support
the power of peripheral circuit. The internal thermal feedback circuit regulates the die temperature to
optimize the charge rate for all ambient temperatures. The RT9524 provides protection functions such as
under voltage protection, over voltage protection for VIN supply and thermal protection for battery
temperature.
The RT9524 is available in a WDFN-10L 2x3 package to achieve optimized solution for PCB space and thermal
considerations.

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3.12 Keypad Interface


End Key
KB545

END_KEY
END

KEY MATRIX
VA526

KB500 KB501 KB502 KB503 KB504 KB505 KB506

Q W E R T Y U
KEY_COL0
KB507 KB508 KB509 KB510 KB511 KB512 KB513

I O P A S D F
KEY_COL1 KB516 KB517
KB514 KB515 KB518 KB519 KB520

G H J K L Del Fn
KEY_COL2 KB526
KB521 KB522 KB523 KB524 KB525 KB527

Z X C V B N M
KEY_COL3
KB528
KB529 KB530 KB531 KB532 KB533 KB534

,(comma) ENTER Shift @ WiFi SPACE .(period)


KEY_COL4
KB535 KB536 KB537 KB538 KB540 KB541 KB542

Message/Lock SYM SEND UP DOWN LEFT RIGHT


KEY_COL5
KB543 KB544 KB539 KB546 KB547

OK LEFT SOFT RIGHT SOFT Dual SIM CAMERA


KEY_COL7
VA517

VA527

VA515

VA514

VA513

VA512

VA511

KEY_ROW0

KEY_ROW1

KEY_ROW2

KEY_ROW5

KEY_ROW7
KEY_ROW3

KEY_ROW4
VA518

VA519

VA520

VA521

VA522

VA523

VA524

Figure 3.12.1 MAIN KEY STRUCTURE

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The keypad can be divided into two parts: one is the keypad interface including 8 columns and 8 rows with one
dedicated power-key, as shown in Figure 3.12.2; the other is the key detection block which provides key
pressed, key released and de-bounce mechanisms. Each time the key is pressed or released, i.e. something
different in the 8 x 8 matrix or power-key, the key detection block senses the change and recognizes if a key has
been pressed or released. Whenever the key status changes and is stable, a KEYPAD IRQ is issued. The MCU can
UIFOSFBEUIFLFZ T
QSFTTFEEJSFDUMZJO,1@.&. ,1@.&. ,1@.&. ,1@.&.BOE,1@.&.SFHJTUFST5P
ensure that the key pressed information is not missed, the status register in keypad is not read-cleared by APB
read command. The status register can only be changed by the key-pressed detection FSM.

(8x8 + one power-key) key matrix Dedicated for Power-key

COL0 COL1 COL2 COL3 COL4 COL5 COL6 COL7 PWR_KEY

ROW7
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

ROW6
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

ROW5
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

ROW4
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

ROW3
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

ROW2
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

ROW1
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

ROW0
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Baseband
PMIC

PMIC integrated BB chip

Figure 3.12.2 8x8 matrix with one power-key


Figure 3.12.2 8x8 matrix with one power-key

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This keypad can detect one or two key-pressed simultaneously with any combination. Figure 3.12.3 shows one
key pressed condition. Figure 3.12.4(a) and Figure 3.12.4(b) illustrate two keys pressed cases. Since the key
press detection depends on the HIGH or LOW level of the external keypad interface, if keys are pressed at the
same time and there exists a key that is on the same column and the same row with the other keys, the
pressed key cannot be correctly decoded. For example, if there are three key presses: key1 = (x1, y1), key2 =
(x2, y2), and key3 = (x1, y2), then both key3 and key4 = (x2, y1) are detected, and therefore they cannot be
distinguished correctly. Hence, the keypad can detect only one or two keys pressed simultaneously at any
combination. More than two keys pressed simultaneously in a specific pattern retrieve the wrong information.

Key Pressed
De-bounce time De-bounce time

Key-pressed Status

KP_IRQ

KEY_PRESS_IRQ KEY_RELEASE_IRQ

Figure 3.12.3 One key pressed with de-bounce mechanism denoted


Figure 3.12.3 One key pressed with de-bounce mechanism denoted

Key1 pressed

Key2 pressed

Status

IRQ

Key1 pressed Key2 pressed Key1 released Key2 released

( a)

Key1 pressed

Key2 pressed

Status

IRQ

Key1 pressed Key2 pressed Key2 released Key1 released


Figure 3.12.4 Two keys pressed, case 1 (b) Two keys pressed, case 2
( b)

Figure 3.12.4 Two keys pressed, case 1 (b) Two keys pressed, case 2
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3.TECHNICAL
TECHNICALBRIEF
BRIEF
3.13
3.13 Audio
3.13 Audio
Audio Front-End
Front-End
Front-End
3.13.1 General
3.13.1General
3.13.1 Description
GeneralDescription
Description
The
Theaudio
audiofront-end
front-endessentially
essentiallyconsists
consistsof
ofvoice
voiceand
andaudio
audiodata
datapaths.
paths.Figure
Figure3.13.1
3.13.1shows
showsthe
theblock
blockdiagram
diagram
of
ofthe
theaudio
audiofront-end.
front-end.All
Allvoice
voiceband
banddata
datapaths
pathscomply
complywith
withthe
theGSM
GSM03.50
03.50specification.
specification.Mono
Monohands-free
hands-free
audio
audioor
orexternal
externalFM
FMradio
radioplayback
playbackpaths
pathsare
arealso
alsoprovided.
provided.The
Theaudio
audiostereo
stereopath
pathfacilitates
facilitatesCD-quality
CD-quality
playback,
playback,external
externalFM
FMradio,
radio,and
andvoice
voiceplayback
playbackthrough
throughaaheadset.
headset.

PGA ClassD
SPK1_P

SPK1_N
Audio Amp-R
AU_MOUTR
MUX

Voice Signal Audio


Stereo or Mono RCH-DAC
Audio Signal
MUX

AU_MOUTL
Audio
Voice Signal LCH-DAC
Stereo or Mono Audio Amp-L
Audio Signal AU_FMINR

Stereo- FM/AM radio


to-Mono chip

AU_FMINL

Voice Amp-0
AU_OUT0_P

AU_OUT0_N

AU_VIN0_P

Voice PGA
Voice Signal
ADC AU_VIN0_N
MUX

AU_VIN1_N

AU_VIN1_P
Figure
Figure3.13.1
3.13.1Block
Blockdiagram
diagramof
ofaudio
audiofront
frontend
end
Figure 3.13.1 Block diagram of audio front end

Figure
Figure3.13.2
3.13.2shows
showsthe
thedigital
digitalcircuits
circuitsblock
blockdiagram
diagramof
ofthe
theaudio
audiofront-end.
front-end.The
TheAPB
APBregister
registerblock
blockisisan
anAPB
APB
peripheral
peripheralthat
thatstores
storessettings
settingsfrom
fromthe
theMCU.
MCU.The
TheDSP
DSPaudio
audioport
port(DAP)
(DAP)block
blockinterfaces
interfaceswith
withthe
theDSP
DSPfor
for
control
controland
anddata
datacommunications.
communications.The
Thedigital
digitalfilter
filterblock
blockperforms
performsfilter
filteroperations
operationsfor
forvoice
voiceband
bandand
andaudio
audio
band
bandsignal
signalprocessing.
processing.The
TheDigital
DigitalAudio
AudioInterface
Interface(DAI)
(DAI)block
blockcommunicates
communicateswith
withthe
theSystem
SystemSimulator
Simulatorfor
for
FTA
FTAor
orexternal
externalBluetooth
Bluetoothmodules.
modules.

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Figure 3.13.2 Block diagram of digital circuit of audio front end

To communicate with the external Bluetooth module, the master-mode PCM interface and master-mode
I2S/EIAJ interface are supported. The clock of PCM interface is 256 kHz while the frame sync is 8 kHz. Both long
sync and short sync interfaces are supported. The PCM interface can transmit 16-bit stereo or 32-bit mono 8 kHz
sampling rate voice signal. Figure 3.13.3 shows the timing diagram of the PCM interface. Note that the serial
data changes when the clock is rising and is latched when the clock is falling.

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Figure 3.13.3 Timing diagram of Bluetooth application

I2S/EIAJ interface is designed to transmit high quality audio data. Figure 3.13.4 and Figure 3.13.5 illustrate
the timing diagram of the two types of interfaces. I2S/EIAJ can support 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, and 48 kHz
sampling rate audio signals. The clock frequency of I2S/EIAJ can be 32×(sampling frequency), or
64×(sampling frequency). For example, to transmit a 44.1 kHz CD-quality music, the clock frequency should
be 32 × 44.1 kHz = 1.4112 MHz or 64 × 44.1 kHz = 2.8224 MHz.

I2S/EIAJ interface is not only used for Bluetooth module, but also for external DAC components. Audio data
can easily be sent to the external DAC through the I2S/EIAJ interface. In this document, the I2S/EIAJ interface
is referred to as EDI (External DAC Interface).

Figure 3.13.4 Block diagram of digital circuit of audio front end

Figure 3.13.5 Block diagram of digital circuit of audio front end

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3.14
3.14 Camera
CameraInterface
Interface
VCAMA_2V8

3M_CAM
VCAM_2V8

VCAM_1V2

FB303 FB304 FB305

600 600 600

GB042-24S-H10-E3000
CN301
1 24

2 23

CAM_DATA[7] I2C_SCL1
3 22

CAM_DATA[6] I2C_SDA1
4 21

CAM_DATA[5]
5 20

CAM_DATA[4] CAM_VSYNC
6 19

CAM_DATA[3] CAM_HSYNC
7 18
R313 1
CAM_DATA[2] CAM_MCLK
8 17

CAM_DATA[1]
9 16
CAM_DATA[0]
10 15
R312 1 C347
CAM_PCLK
DNI
11 14

CAM_RST_N
12 13
0.1u

0.1u

0.1u

CAM_PWDN

C346 ENBY0034201
C343

C344

C345

DNI VA313

VA312

Figure 3.14.1 Camera Interface

YACE5B1S99CC is a high quality 3mega-pixel single chip CMOS image sensor(CIS) for mobile phone camera
applications and digital still camera products.
YACE5B1S99C Cconsists of 2080x1568 effective pixels that meet with th 1/5 inch optical format, on-chip 10-bit
ADC, an image signal processor(ISP) and JPEG. Unique sensor technology enhances image quality by reducing
FPN (Fixed Pattern Noise), horizontal/vertical line noise, and random noise. The YACE5B1S99CC is MIPI CSI2-
compliant. The ISP performs sophisticated image processing function including color correction and enhance,
lens shading correction, edge enhancement, rgb gamma correction, flicker detect and correction, noise
reduction, auto focus(AF), auto white balance(AWB), auto exposure(AE), and image free scaling, color noise
correction and support several image effect

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3.14.1 FEATURES
• Pixel Size: 1.4um X 1.4um
• Effective Pixel Array Size : 2.912mm(H) x 2.1952mm(V) x 3.6467mm(D)
• Effective resolution: 2048(H) x 1536(V), QXGA
• Optical Format: 1/5 inch
• Frame Rate: 30fps@HD/30fps@XGA
• Power Supply: 2.8V for analog, 1.8~2.8V for I/O, and 1.2V for digital core
• Power Consumption: 270mW @ QXGA
• Operation Temperature: -
• 10bit ADC and PLL On-Chip
• Master Clock: 48MHz(Max)
• Output Format: YUV4:2:2(ITU-R.601), RGB565, JPEG, 8bit ITU-R.656-Like,
• Embedded MCU for AE/AWB/AF
• Support MIPI CSI2 – Single lane data transmission
• Color Correction
• Noise reduction (Y-NR/C-NR/B-NR)
• Lens Shading Correction
• Contrast & Brightness, Color Saturation & Hue
• Edge Enhancement
• Continuous pseudo zoom
• Programmable Gamma correction
• Image Effect : Mono, Sepia, Solarization, Negative, Sketch, Embossing
• Black Level Calibration
• Automatic adjustment for various light conditions
• Anti-Flicker (50Hz/60Hz) : Auto Cancellation and Manual mode flicker adjustment
• Auto Exposure (AE) / Auto White Blance (AWB) / Auto Focus (AF)
• JPEG on-the-fly compression with embedded JPEG file size control (BRC)
• JPEG image rotation support that need to macro rearrangement at host
• Embedded SpeedTag for Fast JPEG management by Scalado SpeedView
• Standard frame fake mode. Status lines embedded in frame footer
• Support Analog Binning 2x2 and 1/2, 1/4 Sub- Sample mode
• Host Interface : two-wire serial bus interface
• On-Chip OTP memory to support Chip ID and DPC and LSC and correction module variation

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3.15 KEY BACLKLIGHT LED Interface


3.15 KEY BACLKLIGHT LED Interface
Two built-in open-drain output switches drive the FLASH and Keypad LED in the handset. Each switch is
controlled by baseband with enable registers. The switch of keypad LED can sink 150mA. The switch of FLASH
can sink 300mA. And both the open-drain output switches are high impedance when disabled.

Current Sink (ISINK)


Five built-in current sinks output drive the backlight LED in the handset. Each current sink is controlled by
baseband with enable registers and provide six options for output current selection (4mA, 8mA, 12mA, 16mA,
20mA, 24mA) The current sink output are high impedance when disabled.

Backlight Driver (BL)


The backlight (BL) driver control is responsible for controlling the external boost DC/DC converter, which is
required to drive up to 6 white LEDS (2 legs, 3 in series or 1 leg, 6 in series). BLDRV connects to the gate of the
FYUFSOBM.04'&5$4@#-TFOTFTUIFDVSSFOUGMPXUISPVHIUIF.04'&5 BOE'#@#-GFFETUIFWPMUBHFESPQPO
CBMMBTUSFTJTUPSCBDLUPUIF1.*$GPS-&%MJHIUJOUFOTJUZDPOUSPM%$@07IFMQTQSFWFOUUIFPWFS-voltage of the
output.

VBAT
A

A
1

C543 C501
LD500

LD501

1u 1u
2

2
C

VA509 VA510

Figure 3.16.1 Key Backlight Block


KEY_BL0

KEY_BL1
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3.16 Vibrator Interface
3.16 Vibrator Interface
Vibrator is driven by MT6236.
VBAT is connected with + terminal of vibrator and –terminal is connected with
VB_N. It isiscontrolled
Vibrator driven byby VIBRATOR sognal of MT6253 with 8 step function.
MT6236.

MOTOR
VBAT is connected with + terminal of vibrator and – terminal is connected with
7*#@/*UJTDPOUSPMMFECZ7*#3"503TJHOBMPG.5XJUITUFQGVODUJPO

VBAT

C512
1u
1
D500

VB500
2

VA532

VIB_N

Figure 3.17.1 Vibrator Driver Block

Figure 3.16.1 Key Backlight Block

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

4.1 RF Component

U206

U1 U300
U100

X201 U205

U215

U100 Main Chip (MT6236)

U215 TX Module (RF7180)

U206 WIFI (MT5931)

U205 GSM Transceiver (AD6548)

Memory(2G/1G DDR)
U300
H9DA2GH1GHMMMR-46M

X201 Crystal, 26MHz Clock

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4.2 RX Trouble

START

HP8960 : Test mode


62 CH, 7 level setting (TCH)
62CH, -60dBm setting (BCCH)
Spectrum analyzer setting
Oscilloscope setting

(1) Check
Crystal Circuit

(2) Check Mobile


SW &TX module

(3) Check PLL Control

Re-download SW or
Do calibration again

Figure 4.2.1 Rx CHECKING FLOW

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(1) Checking Crystal Circuit

26 MHz No
Replace TP1
X201 O.K?

U205 Yes

Crystal is OK.
See next page to check PLL Circuit
TP1

Figure 4.2.2 CLOCK PLACEMENT Figure 4.2.3 CHECKING DIAGRAM(CLOCK)


33

32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25

R223
GND

RX850
RX850B
RX900
RX900B
RX1800
RX1800B
RX1900
RX1900B

RF_QP
2.2K
1 24 C250
VCC_FE VCC_BBQ
2 23 82p
I Q
3 22 R225
4
IB U205 QB
21
RF_QN
VCC_BBI REF_OP
2.2K
5 20
C272
6
SDATA REFIN
19
CLK_26M
SCLK REFINB 1n
7 18 X201
SEN VAFC_NC 4 3
8 17 DSX321G-26M
NC VCC_REF 1 2
VCC_TXVCO

C260
26MHz
TXOP_LO
TXOP_HI
VLDO3

VLDO1
VLDO2
VBAT
VDD

47p
R228 1K
RF_AFC
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

TP1

Figure 4.2.4 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

TP1

Figure 4.2.5 26M CLOCK


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(2) Checking Mobile SW &Tx module

TP4
TP9
TP8 TP6 U215 TP3
TP7
SW201

TP2
TP10 TP1
TP5

Figure 4.2.6 RF COMPONENT PLACEMETS

VBAT
VBAT
TP5
C1322

C280 6p
4.7p
TP2 TP4 RF_ANT_SW2
22u C282 RF_ANT_SW1
C283 22p RF_PA_EN

TP3
10K
R281 RF_TX_RAMP
33

32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25

C284 C285 C286 C287


R222 R288
GND

RX850
RX850B
RX900
RX900B
RX1800
RX1800B
RX1900
RX1900B

RF_IP
100p 24K
100p 22p 220p

TP1
2.2K C249

TP6
1 24
18
19
20
21
22
23

82p VCC_FE VCC_BBQ


VBATT
GPCTRL1
GPCTRL0
TX_ENABLE
VRAMP
GND_SLUG

2 23
I Q
R224 3 22 R282 R284
RF_IN 4
IB U205 QB
21 C293
17
16
NC3
GND9
GND1
GND2
1
2
C288 100p
180 180
C29033p
2.2K VCC_BBI REF_OP 15 3 R283
U215
SW201
L228 L229 33p GND8 RFIN_LB
LowBand_Tx
5 20 ANT_FEED ANT
G2
RF
14
ANT GND3
4 30
C29122p
RF_S_DATA SDATA REFIN 3.3n 3.3n 13 5 R286
G1
NC2 RFIN_HB
HighBand_Tx
6 19 12
RX1 GND4
6
C289 100p 24

RF_S_CLK SCLK REFINB C1325 C1327 C1326 R285 R287

TP7
7 18 1.2p DNI DNI
220
RF_S_EN SEN VAFC_NC 220
GND7
GND6
GND5

8 17
NC1
RX0

NC VCC_REF
VCC_TXVCO

11
10
9
8
7

C260
TXOP_LO

TP10
TXOP_HI

TP8 TP9
VLDO3

VLDO1
VLDO2
VBAT

HighBand_Rx
VDD

47p
LowBand_Rx
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

Figure 4.2.7 tranceiver circuit diagram Figure 4.2.8 Tx module circuit diagram

VBAT

RF_ANT_SW2

RF_ANT_SW1

RF_PA_EN

Figure 4.2.9 Tx Control signal(EGSM)

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Check TP1 of SW201

No
TP1 Signal is OK? Replace Mobile SW (SW201)

Yes

Check TP2 of U202

Control Signal Yes


is (TP6,7,8) Check MT6236(U100)
OK ?

Yes
TP9(Low Band), TP10(high Band)
Signal is OK ? Replace TX module (U215)

No

Mobile SW & TX Module is OK.

Figure 4.2.10 Rx CHECKING FLOW_1

TX Module Mode Tx ENABLE GpCtrl1 GpCtrl0


Off 0 0 0
RX 0 0 1 0
RX 1 0 1 1
GSM850/900 TX Mode 1 1 0
DCS1800/PCS1900 TX Mode 1 1 1

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4.3 TX Trouble

START

HP8960 : Test mode


62 CH, 7 level setting (TCH)
62CH, -60dBm setting (BCCH)
Spectrum analyzer setting
Oscilloscope setting

(1) Check
Crystal Circuit

(2) Check
Mobile SW &Tx module

(3) Check PLL Control

Re-download SW or
Do calibration again

Figure 4.3.1 Tx CHECKING FLOW

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(1) Checking Crystal Circuit

26 MHz No
Replace TP1
X201 O.K?

U205 Yes

Crystal is OK.
See next page to check PLL Circuit
TP1

Figure 4.2.2 CLOCK PLACEMENT Figure 4.2.3 CHECKING DIAGRAM(CLOCK)


33

32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25

R223
GND

RX850
RX850B
RX900
RX900B
RX1800
RX1800B
RX1900
RX1900B

RF_QP
2.2K
1 24 C250
VCC_FE VCC_BBQ
2 23 82p
I Q
3 22 R225
4
IB U205 QB
21
RF_QN
VCC_BBI REF_OP
2.2K
5 20
C272
6
SDATA REFIN
19
CLK_26M
SCLK REFINB 1n
7 18 X201
SEN VAFC_NC 4 3
8 17 DSX321G-26M
NC VCC_REF 1 2
VCC_TXVCO

C260
26MHz
TXOP_LO
TXOP_HI
VLDO3

VLDO1
VLDO2
VBAT
VDD

47p
R228 1K
RF_AFC
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

TP1
Figure 4.3.4 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

TP1

Figure 4.3.5 26M CLOCK


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(2) Checking Mobile SW &Tx module

TP11 TP12
TP4
TP9
TP8 TP6 U215 TP3
TP7
SW201

TP2
TP10 TP1 TP13
TP5

Figure 4.3.6 RF COMPONENT PLACEMETS

VBAT VBAT
TP5
C1322

C280 6p
4.7p
TP2 TP4 RF_ANT_SW2
22u C282 RF_ANT_SW1
C283 22p RF_PA_EN

TP3
10K
RF_TX_RAMP
33

32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25

R281

R222
GND

RX850
RX850B
RX900
RX900B
RX1800
RX1800B
RX1900
RX1900B

C284 C285 C286 C287


R288
RF_IP 100p
100p 22p 220p
24K

2.2K

TP1
C249

TP6
1 24

TP12
18
19
20
21
22
23

82p VCC_FE VCC_BBQ


2 23
VBATT
GPCTRL1
GPCTRL0
TX_ENABLE
VRAMP
GND_SLUG

I Q
R224 3 22
RF_IN 4
IB U205 QB
21
17
NC3 GND1
1
R282
180
R284
180
2.2K VCC_BBI REF_OP C293
16
15
GND9 GND2
2
3
C288 100p
R283
C29033p
5 20 SW201
L228 L229 33p GND8
U215 RFIN_LB
LowBand_Tx
RF_S_DATA
14 4 30
SDATA REFIN
G2

ANT_FEED ANT RF ANT GND3 C29122p


G1
3.3n 3.3n 13 5 R286
6 19 NC2 RFIN_HB
HighBand_Tx
RF_S_CLK
12 6
SCLK REFINB RX1 GND4 C289 100p 24

TP7
7 18 C1325 C1327 C1326 R285 R287
RF_S_EN 8
SEN VAFC_NC
17
1.2p DNI DNI
220
220
GND7
GND6
GND5

NC VCC_REF
NC1
RX0
VCC_TXVCO

C260
TP13 TP11
11
10
9
8
7
TXOP_LO
TXOP_HI

TP8 TP10 TP9


VLDO3

VLDO1
VLDO2
VBAT
VDD

47p
HighBand_Rx
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

LowBand_Rx

Figure 4.3.7 circuit diagram tranceiver Figure 4.3.8 circuit diagram Tx module

VBAT

RF_ANT_SW2

RF_ANT_SW1

RF_PA_EN

Figure 4.3.9 Tx control signal(EGSM)

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Check TP2 & TP3

No
TP11(High Band), TP12(Low Band)
Replace MT6236 (U100)
Signal is OK ?

Yes

No
Control Signal is (TP6,7,8) OK ? Check MT6236 (U100)

Yes

Check TP1

No
TP1 Signal is OK? Replace TX module (U215)

Yes

No
TP13 signal same as TP1? Replace SW201

Yes

Mobile SW & TX module is OK.

Figure 4.3.10 Tx CHECKING FLOW_1

TX Module Mode Tx ENABLE GpCtrl1 GpCtrl0


Off 0 0 0
RX 0 0 1 0
RX 1 0 1 1
GSM850/900 TX Mode 1 1 0
DCS1800/PCS1900 TX Mode 1 1 1

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4.4 Power On Trouble

TP1

Figure 4.4.1 Power ON Test Point

C2
RST_N RESETB
END_KEY
R101 1K B3
PWRKEY DVDD28(VIO)
TP1
C1

Figure 4.4.2

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K10
K12

P18

Y19

V12
V13
T17
T18

T11
T12
T13
T14
T15
L18
L19
J15

K8

DVDD_CAM
VDDK1
VDDK2
VDDK3
VDDK4
VDDK5
VDDK6
VDDK7
VDDK8
VDDK9
VDDK10
VDDK11

DVDD_EMI_1
DVDD_EMI_2
DVDD_EMI_3
DVDD_EMI_4
DVDD_EMI_5
DVDD_EMI_6
DVDD_EMI_7
C5
SIM_3_CLK SCLK2
A2
SIM_3_DATA SIO2 VSIM2
F9
SIM_3_RST SRST2
SIM_1_2_CLK
G10
F5
SCLK SIM
SIM_1_2_DATA SIO
F7 VSIM
SIM_1_2_RST SRST
C2
RST_N RESETB
END_KEY
R101 1K B3
PWRKEY DVDD28(VIO)
R117 C1
VUSB_LDO_4V9 VCDT
330k R116 G7
PMU_TESTMODE
(1%) C3
VBAT
(U100)
51K ISENSE
VRF_2V8 (1%) G8
Seperate GND BAT_Temp B2
BATON
VDRV
C130 1u E2
VREF
VCAMA_2V8 D3
VBAT BATSNS
G5
F1
VRF_S Supply Voltage
VCAM_2V8 VRF
C166 0.1u J5
VTCXO
H6
VCAMA
G4
VCAMA_S
C6
VCAMD
A10
C134 BST_LX
C176 C101 A9
VBAT BXT_OUT
2.2u F10
2.2u 2.2u R_LED_EN ISINK4
C12
G_LED_EN ISINK3
R135

1.5K

F11
KEY_BL0 ISINK2
KEY_BL1
B11
A12
ISINK1 DVDD28(VIO) LCD_BL_COTROL
VCORE_1V2 B_LED_EN ISINK0
D11
VIB_N KP_LED
E11
AVDD_2V8 FLASH_SW
L100
VMC_3V3 A7
VCORE
VMEM_1V8 2.2u D9
VCORE_FB
VUSB_3V3 G3
VBT_2V8 VA
A8
VM
VIO_2V8 L101 2.2u C10
VM_FB
E9
VBT
D8
VIBR
E8
VSIM_3 VMC
D6
VUSB
B5
VIO
A3
VSIM
D5
VSIM2
R110 B1
VUSB_LDO_4V9 CHR_LDO
7.5K 1% C167 2.2u
U1
CLK_26M C172 SYSCLK
1n
10u

10u
1u

1u

1u

L24
C174 WIFI_INT EINT0 DVDD_NFI(VM)
K24
JACK_DETECT EINT1
C175

C139

C138

C142

C144

4.7u
L20
HOOK_DET EINT2 FM I2S
H24
EOC EINT3
L21
K23
EINT4 DVDD28(VIO) INTERRUPT
FM_INT EINT5
TP101 K21
EINT6
M18
URXD2
K22
UTXD2
M19
UART_RX URXD3
L22
UART_TX
H23
UTXD3
IRDA_TXD
DVDD28(VIO) UART&IrDA
K20
IRDA_RXD
J23
IRDA_PDN
K18

Figure 4.4.3 Power Circuit

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

START

No
Check Battery Voltage Charge or Change Battery
> 3.30V

Yes

Push power-on key No


Check the contact of power key
And check the level change
Or dome-switch
into high of POWERKEY

Yes

No
Check the voltage of
Replace TP1 (U100)
The LDO outputs at TP1

No
Logic level at RPWRON of R101 Re-download software
= HIGH(above 1.2V)?

Yes
VCORE = 1.2V, VM = 1.8V, VIO = 2.8V,
VRF = 2.8V, VA = 2.8V, VRTC = 2.8, VTCXO = 2.8V.
VSIM = 3.0V, VSIM2 = 3.0V, VIBR = 3.3V,
VUSB = 3.3V, VCAMA = 2.8V, VCAMD = 1.8V,
VMC = 3.3V

No
Is the phone power on? Replace U100 and
Re-download software

Yes
Does it work properly?

No

The phone will Replace the main board


Properly operating.

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

4.5 Charging Trouble

USB onnector

Figure 4.5.1 USB Connector

U500 RT9524

Figure 4.5.2 U500 RT9524

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

VBUS_USB VBAT VIO_2V8

VUSB_LDO_4V9 R504
11
PGND
1 10 100K
VIN BATT
2 9
ISET U500 PGB
3 8
4
GND1 CHGSB
7
EOC
LDO GND2
5 6
IEOC EN_SET CHG_EN

R536
C504
R502

R503
820

DNI
0.1u 3K
(1%) (1%)

Figure 4.5.3 circuit diagram single charging IC

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

START

Charge or Change Battery

Yes
Charging is
Battery is charged? properly operating

No

No
Is I/O Connector CN500) Re-solder the CN500
well-soldered ? (Pin 1 : VBUS_USB)

Yes

No
Check the voltage at The TA is out of order
Pin 1 of TP1(RT9524 )= 5V? Change the TA

Yes

Is the voltage No
Replace the
at Pin 10 of TP1(RT9524) = 4.9V U500

Yes

No
Battery is charged? Replace the main board

Yes

Charging is
properly operating

Figure 4.5.4 Checking flow

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

4.6 Vibrator Trouble

VA532(TP1)
Vibrator PAD

C512(TP2)

Figure 4.6.1 Vibrator Pad

MOTOR VBAT

TP2
C512
1u
1
D500

VB500
2

TP1
VA532

VIB_N
Figure 4.6.2 Vibrator Circuit Diagram

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

SETTING : Enter the engineering mode, and set vibrator on at vibration of BB test menu

START

No
Is the vibrator connection Check the state of
Correct? Connection & replace vibrator

Yes

No
Is the voltage at C512(TP1) Check the state of
(+) high? L500

No
Is the voltage at VA352(TP2)
Replace the U100
(+) high?

Yes

Replace the vibrator

Yes

Vibrator
Working well

Figure 4.6.3 Checking flow

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

4.7 LCD Trouble

TP1

TP2
TP4
TP5
TP3

Figure 4.7.1 LCD

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

VIO_2V8 VMEM_1V8 VBAT


TP1
CN300

1
2
3
4

BLED_CA3 5 C336
TP2 BLED_CA2 6 2.2u
BLED_CA1 7

FL302 BLED_CA0 8
9
9 1
LCD_VSYN INOUT_B1 INOUT_A1 10
8 2
LCD_RS INOUT_B2 INOUT_A2 11
7 3
LCD_CS_N INOUT_B3 INOUT_A3 12
6 4
LCD_WR_N INOUT_B4 INOUT_A4 LCD_RD_N 13

R300
14
TP4
G2
G1

LCD_RST_N 15
100
10
5

16
25pF FL300
17
1 9
FL301
18 INOUT_A1 INOUT_B1 LNAND_D_[07]
2 8
19 INOUT_A2 INOUT_B2 LNAND_D_[05]
9 1 3 7
LNAND_D_[06] INOUT_B1 INOUT_A1 20 INOUT_A3 INOUT_B3 LNAND_D_[03]
8 2 4 6
LNAND_D_[04] INOUT_B2 INOUT_A2 21 INOUT_A4 INOUT_B4 LNAND_D_[01]
TP3
7 3
LNAND_D_[02] INOUT_B3 INOUT_A3 22

G1
G2
6 4
LNAND_D_[00] INOUT_B4 INOUT_A4 23

5
10
24
25pF
G2
G1

25
R311
10
5

25pF LCD_ID 26
100K 27

VA314 VA315
VA317 VA300 VA316 C310 C311

1u 1u

Figure 4.7.2 LCD Interface Circuit

VCAM_1V2 VHP_MIC_2V6

VBAT
C337 C332
2.2u 2.2u VIO_2V8

TP5
21

11

14

12

R310
3
SLUG_G

AGND
PGND

LDO2

LDO1

1K
NC2
15
NC1 ENA
10 9
AVIN
13
VOUT
20 U302
BLED_CA0 19
LED1 PVIN
6
BLED_CA1 18
LED2

BLED_CA2 17
LED3 SDA
8
I2C_SDA1
BLED_CA3 16
LED4 SCL
7
I2C_SCL1
C2N

C1N
C2P

C1P

C324 C325 C326 C327 C328 C329 C333 C334


2

2.2u 2.2u
DNI DNI DNI DNI 1u 33p

C330 1u C331 1u

Figure 4.7.3 LCD Chargepump Circuit

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Graph 4.7.4. LCD Backlight Control Signal Waveform

L C D _R S
RS
L C D _C S

CS
L C D _W R
WR

DAT

Graph 4.7.5. LCD Data Waveform

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

START

No
Is the connection of Reassemble LCD connector
TP1 with LCD connector ok ?

Yes

No
Check the Voltage Level of
Re-soldering or Replace U302
TP5 is about Battery voltage ?

Yes

No
Check the Waveform of Re-download & check the
EMI filter ? State of U100

Yes

No
Does LCD work
Replace LCD module
properly ?

Yes

LCD working well !

Figure 4.7.6 LCD Checking Flow

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

4.8 Camera Trouble

TP1 TP3
TP2

Figure 4.8.1 Camera Test Point

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

VCAMA_2V8

3M_CAM
VCAM_2V8

VCAM_1V2

TP2
FB303 FB304 FB305

600 600 600

GB042-24S-H10-E3000
1
CN301
24
TP1 TP3
2 23

CAM_DATA[7] I2C_SCL1
3 22

CAM_DATA[6] I2C_SDA1
4 21

CAM_DATA[5]
5 20

CAM_DATA[4] CAM_VSYNC
6 19

CAM_DATA[3] CAM_HSYNC
7 18
R313 1
CAM_DATA[2] CAM_MCLK
8 17

CAM_DATA[1]
9 16
CAM_DATA[0]
10 15
R312 1 C347
CAM_PCLK
DNI
11 14

CAM_RST_N
12 13
0.1u

0.1u

0.1u

CAM_PWDN

C346 ENBY0034201
C343

C344

C345

DNI VA313

VA312

Figure 4.8.2 Camera Circuit

SPI_CS_N
SPI_SCK
DVDD_MC2(VIO) CAMERA
SPI_MOSI
SPI_MISO DVDD28_MIPI(VIO) DVDD_NFI(VM)
DVDD_CAM(VIO)
RDN0_CMDAT5

RDN1_CMDAT1
RDP0_CMDAT4

RDP1_CMDAT0
RCN_CMDAT3
RCP_CMDAT2
CMFLASH

TEST26M
CMMCLK
CMHREF
CMVREF

CMPCLK

CMDAT9
CMDAT8
CMDAT7
CMDAT6

LPCE1B
LPCE0B
CMPDN
CMRST

LRSTB

NLD17
LWRB
LRDB
TVRT

LPTE

LPA0
W18

W19

W22

W24
AC20

AC21
AD22
AD23
AC23
AC24
AB18

AA18
AB19

AB24
AA24
AA23
U16

U17

U19

U20

U21
Y18

V18

V19

V22

Y24

V23
LCD_RD_N
LCD_RST_N
LCD_CS_N

LCD_WR_N
CAM_HSYNC
CAM_RST_N

LCD_RS
CAM_PWDN
CAM_VSYNC

CAM_MCLK
CAM_PCLK

LCD_VSYN
CAM_DATA[7]
CAM_DATA[6]
CAM_DATA[5]
CAM_DATA[4]
CAM_DATA[3]
CAM_DATA[2]
CAM_DATA[1]
CAM_DATA[0]

WiFi_CS

R104
2.2K
VMEM_1V8
R105
2.2K

Figure 4.8.3 Camera Circuit

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

START

No
Is state of the camera Replace the CN302
Module correct?

Yes

Check No
the each voltage Level of Check the state of
TP1, TP2,TP3 U100 (MT6236) & U302
is right ?

Yes

No
Check the Waveform of Re-download & Check
I2C_CLK, I2C_DATA ? the state of U100

Yes

No
Check the Waveform of Re-download & Check
CAM_MCLK(24MHz) ? the state of U100

Yes

No
Check the Waveform Re-download & Check
Of Data pins the state of U100

Yes

No
Check the Waveform of Re-download &
filter ? Check the state of U100

Yes

No
Does Camera work Replace the CN301 or
properly ? Change the board

Yes

Camera working well !

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

4.9 Speaker Trouble

TP1
TP2

IC400

Figure 4.9.1 Speaker Test Point

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

SK_RCV
VBAT

C400 C401
TP1
2.2u
0.1u

TP2
TP2
D4
SVDD

C419 1u
FM_AUDIO_R

RCV Circuit
C420 1u C5 FB402 600
FM_AUDIO_L OUT+ SPK_P
D5 FB403 600
C402 2.2u
OUT- SPK_N
C2
HS_L C403 2.2u
IN1-
C1
HS_R IN1+
A2
C408 1u D2
IC400 HPL
A1
HS_OUT_L
IN2- HPR HS_OUT_R

TP3
C409 1u D1
IN2+

C438
C439
1u
1u
D3
C3
IN3-
IN3+ CPVDD
B5
SPK_P
R427 0
TP1
SPEECH_P A3 C410 C411
CPVSS CN400
A4 C437
CP 0.1u 0.1u 1
A5 C412 C413
CN DNI
HPVDD

C414 2.2u R400 R401


BIAS

GND

R428 0
SDA
SCL

2.2u 2.2u 2
SPEECH_N 20 20 SPK_N
B3
B2

B1

C4

B4

I2C_SCL2
I2C_SDA2
C415 C416

2.2u 2.2u
VMEM_1V8 VA400 VA401
C404 C405
C440
39pF 39pF
0.1u

Figure
Figure4.9.3
4.9.2Audio
Audio Amp Circuit
Amp Circuit Figure
Figure 4.9.4
4.9.3 Speaker
Speaker Circuit
Circuit

Figure 4.9.4 Tp1, TP2 Signal Waveform Figure 4.9.5 Tp3 Signal Waveform(1KHz mp3 play)
Figure 4.9.4 Tp2 Signal Waveform Figure 4.9.5 Tp1 Signal Waveform(1KHz mp3 play)

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

START < Cal l > START < Mp3>

No No Check the audio


Check the state of Replace/
Change Signal line
Analog S/W

Yes
Yes

No No
Check the state of Replace/ Check the state of
Sub System(TP2) Change Sub System (TP2)

Yes
Yes

No No
Check the state Replace/ Check the state of
of Speaker(TP1) Change Speaker (TP1)

Yes
Yes
Speaker
Speaker Working well!!
Working well!!

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

4.10 Earphone Trouble

TP2

TP1

Figure 4.10.1 Earphone Test Point

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

VIO_2V8

R402
47K
1

FM_ANT
S

Q400
R431
D

100n C418
3

DNI ZD400
R403 L400 10p

100K

TP1
R405 FB407

10
1800
JACK_DETECT

R429 1 FB408 1800 2 M6


HS_OUT_R
R430 1 FB409 1800 3 M1
HS_OUT_L
4 M4F
5 M3
C435 C436 ZD404 ZD405 ZD401 6 M4
1 M5
VIO_2V8 VIO_2V8 39p 39p J400
ZD402
FB410
1800
VIO_2V8
R404

HOOK_DET IN- 100K


R434
ON High 0V R414
HOOK_DET OUT IN- 470
OFF Low 2.8V 4 3 100
U401 R406
GND C421
2
1M DNI
VCC IN+
5 1 VA407
R407

150K

VHP_MIC_2V6
Figure 4.10.3 TP1 Waveform(Not Jack Detect, 0V)
BB side place C424
R418
1.5Kohms
C425 39p
R419
HP_MIC_N
0.1u C426 2.2Kohms

C428 39p
HP_MIC_P
0.1u
C431 C430
39p 10u

Figure 4.10.2 Earphone Circuit

VBAT

C400 C401
2.2u
0.1u
D4

TP2
SVDD

C419 1u
FM_AUDIO_R C420 1u C5 FB402 600
FM_AUDIO_L OUT+ SPK_P
D5 FB403 600
C402 2.2u
OUT- SPK_N
C2
HS_L C403 2.2u
IN1-
C1
HS_R IN1+
A2
C408 1u D2
IC400 HPL
A1
HS_OUT_L
C409 1u
IN2- HPR HS_OUT_R
D1
IN2+
D3

Figure 4.10.4 TP1 Waveform( Jack Detect, 2.8V)


C438 1u
IN3-
C439 1u C3 B5
SPEECH_P IN3+ CPVDD C410 C411
A3
CPVSS
A4
CP 0.1u 0.1u
A5 C412 C413
CN
HPVDD

C414 2.2u R400 R401


BIAS

GND
SDA
SCL

2.2u 2.2u
20 20
SPEECH_N
B3
B2

B1

C4

B4

I2C_SCL2
I2C_SDA2
C415 C416

2.2u 2.2u
VMEM_1V8
C440

0.1u

Figure 4.10.5 Audio Amp Circuit

Figure 4.10.6 TP2 Waveform( 1KHz MP3 Play)

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

START

No
Check connected Please, Reconnect
Properly? The earphone

Yes

Is the TP2 No
Check the state of
(JACK DETECT)
soldering TP1
LOW?

Yes

Set the test instrument or


Play Continuous wave

No
Can you hear Change the earphone
the sound? and try again

Yes

Set the test instrument


to echo mode

No
Can you hear Change
Your voice? the earphone and try again

Earphone working well

Figure 4.10.7 Earphone Checking Flow

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

4.11 Receiver Trouble

TP1

TP2 TP3
IC400

Figure 4.11.1 Receiver Pad Test Point


Receiver Test Point

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

SK_RCV
RCV Circuit

R427 0 TP1
SPK_P
CN400
C437
1
DNI
R428 0
2
SPK_N

VA400 VA401
C404 C405

39pF 39pF

Figure 4.11.2 Receiver Circuit

VBAT

C400 C401
2.2u
0.1u
D4
SVDD

C419 1u
FM_AUDIO_R C420 1u C5 FB402 600
FM_AUDIO_L OUT+ SPK_P
D5 FB403 600
C402 2.2u
OUT- SPK_N
C2
HS_L C403 2.2u
IN1-
C1
HS_R IN1+
A2
C408 1u D2
IC400 HPL
A1
HS_OUT_L
C409 1u
IN2- HPR HS_OUT_R
D1
IN2+

C438 1u D3
IN3-
C439 1u C3 B5
SPEECH_P IN3+ CPVDD C410 C411
TP2
A3
CPVSS
TP3 CP
CN
A4
A5 C412 C413
0.1u 0.1u
HPVDD

C414 2.2u R400 R401


BIAS

GND
SDA
SCL

2.2u 2.2u
20 20
SPEECH_N
B3
B2

B1

C4

B4

I2C_SCL2
I2C_SDA2
C415 C416

2.2u 2.2u
VMEM_1V8
C440

0.1u

Figure 4.11.3 Audio Amp Circuit

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

SETTING : After initialize Agilent 8960,Set the speech option at continuous wave.
Set the receiving volume of mobile as Max.

START

Yes

No
Check the state of Replace or Change Device
Analog S/W(TP2,3)

Yes

No
Can you hear
Check the soldering RCV(TP1)
the sound?

Yes

Receiver will work properly.

Figure 4.11.4 Receiver Checking Point

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

4.12 Microphone Trouble

TP1

Figure 4.12.1 Microphone Test Point

MAIN MIC
VMIC_BIAS_P
R415

1K

C423 R417

BB side place
10u 2.2K
MIC side place
C427
TP1
R420 MIC400
MIC_P L401 100n
0.1u 100 1
C429
2
47p
C432 L402 100n
R421
MIC_N
0.1u 100
R422
2.2K VA408 VA409
C433 C434
47p 47p

Figure 4.12.2 Microphone Circuit

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

SETTING : After initialize Agilent 8960, set the speech option at loopback.

START

Check microphone sound hole

No
Make a phone call, Check mic bias signal line
then check L401 mic bias

Yes

Check the L401 No


Signal While talking Change the microphone(TP1)
to mic

Yes

Microphone will work


properly.

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

4.13 SIM Card Interface Trouble


4.13.1 SIM1 Card Interface Trouble

U1
TP2

J300(TP1)

Figure 4.13.1 Sim Card Test Point

VIO_2V8 VBAT

TP2
C8 C9 C1
VSIM_1 VSIM_2
2.2u 2.2u 1u

VSIM_1 TP4
RST_N

TP1
C2 C3
1u 1u
23

19

4
SYSRSTB

VIO

VBAT

R304
J300 VSIM1
DNI 5
C1
VCC GND1
C5
TP1
SCLK1/GPIO1
6
SIM_1_CLK
C2 C6
SIM_1_RST C3
RST VPP
C7
SIM_1_2_CLK 15
SIMCLK1/GPI13 SRST1/GPIO2
7
SIM_1_RST
SIM_1_CLK CLK IO SIM_1_DATA
TP2
SIO1/GPIO3
8
SIM_1_DATA
C9
GND2 GND5
C12 SIM_1_2_RST 14
SIMRST1/GPI14
C10 C11
GND3 GND4 VSIM2
TP3 3
SIM_1_2_DATA SIMIO1/GPI15 SCLK2/GPIO4 SIM_2_CLK
VA306 C300 VA307 C301 C302 VA308
13

U1 SRST2/GPIO5
2
SIM_2_RST

J300
DNI 1
DNI DNI SIO2/GPIO6
28
SIM_2_DATA
SIMCLK2/GPI16
16
U1

VSIM3
27
SIMRST2/GPI17 SCLK3/GPIO7
17 24
SRST3/GPIO8
25
SIMIO2/GPI18 SIO3/GPIO9
18 26

CE0 VSIM4
20 9
SCLK4/GPIO10
10
I2C_SCL3 21
SCL SRST4/GPIO11
11
SIO4/GPIO12
12
I2C_SDA3 SDA
GND

22
29

Figure 4.13.2 Sim Card Circuit

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

START

No
Does the SIM card Change the SIM Card.
Support 3V ? This phone supports 1.8V or 3.0V SIM card.

Yes

No No
Is Voltage at the TP1 Is Voltage at the TP2
1.8V or 3V? Change the U100
1.8V or 3V?

Yes Yes

Resolder J300

Change No No
redownload SW.
the SIM Card and try again.
Does it work
Does it work Change the main board
Properly?
Properly?

Yes Yes

SIM card is SIM card is


properly working properly working.

Figure 4.13.3 Sim Card Checking Flow

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

4.13.2 SIM2 Card Interface Trouble

U1
TP2

J301(TP1)

Figure 4.13.4 Sim Card Test Point

VIO_2V8 VBAT

TP2
C8 C9 C1
VSIM_1 VSIM_2
2.2u 2.2u 1u

TP4
RST_N
C2 C3
1u 1u
23

19

TP1
SYSRSTB

VIO

VBAT

VSIM_2

VSIM1
5
TP1
SCLK1/GPIO1
6
SIM_1_CLK
SIM_1_2_CLK 15
SIMCLK1/GPI13 SRST1/GPIO2
7
SIM_1_RST
TP2
SIO1/GPIO3
8
SIM_1_DATA
R305
J301
DNI
SIM_1_2_RST 14
SIMRST1/GPI14
C1 C5
C2
VCC GND1
C6
VSIM2
TP3 3
SIM_2_RST RST VPP
SIM_1_2_DATA SIMIO1/GPI15 SCLK2/GPIO4 SIM_2_CLK
U1
C3 C7
SIM_2_CLK CLK IO SIM_2_DATA 13 2
C9 C12
SRST2/GPIO5
1
SIM_2_RST
C10
GND2 GND5
C11 SIO2/GPIO6
28
SIM_2_DATA
GND3 GND4
SIMCLK2/GPI16
16
U1

VSIM3

J301
VA309 C312 VA310 C313 C314 VA311 27
SIMRST2/GPI17 SCLK3/GPIO7
DNI DNI DNI 17 24
SRST3/GPIO8
25
SIMIO2/GPI18 SIO3/GPIO9
18 26

CE0 VSIM4
20 9
SCLK4/GPIO10
10
I2C_SCL3 21
SCL SRST4/GPIO11
11
SIO4/GPIO12
12
I2C_SDA3 SDA
GND

22
29

Figure 4.13.5 Sim Card Circuit

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

START

No
Does the SIM card Change the SIM Card.
Support 3V ? This phone supports 1.8V or 3.0V SIM card.

Yes

No No
Is Voltage at the TP1 Is Voltage at the TP2
1.8V or 3V? Change the U100
1.8V or 3V?

Yes Yes

Resolder J301

Change No No
redownload SW.
the SIM Card and try again.
Does it work
Does it work Change the main board
Properly?
Properly?

Yes Yes

SIM card is SIM card is


properly working properly working.

Figure 4.13.3 Sim Card Checking Flow

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

4.13.3 SIM3 Card Interface Trouble

TP1

J700

Figure 4.13.7 Sim Card Test Point

VSIM_3

VSIM_3
TP1
C546 VIO_2V8
DNI
CN503
1 20 R539

J700
DNI R538
2 19 SIM_3_DATA
100K
3 18
VA538
C528
4 17 C544 C545 J700
C527
DNI 0.1u C1 C5
DNI
DNI 5 16 VCC GND1
C2 C6
SIM_3_RST RST VPP
6 15 C3 C7 SIM_3_DATA
SIM_3_CLK CLK IO
MSD_DET_N
7 14
MSD_D[0] C9 C12
GND2 GND5
8 13 C10 C11
MSD_D[1] GND3 GND4
9 12

MSD_CLK
10 11

VA542 VA543 VA544


VA541

Figure 4.13.8 Sim Card Circuit

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

START

No
Does the SIM card Change the SIM Card.
Support 1.8 or 3.0V ? This phone supports 1.8V or 3.0V SIM card.

Yes

No Voltage output No
Is Voltage at the TP1
of VSIM LDO Change the U100
1.8V or 3V?
Is 1.8V or 3V?

Yes Yes

Resolder J700

Change No No
redownload SW.
the SIM Card and try again.
Does it work
Does it work Change the main board
Properly?
Properly?

Yes Yes

SIM card is SIM card is


properly working properly working.

Figure 4.13.9 Sim Card Checking Flow

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

4.14 KEY backlight Trouble

Figure 4.14.1 KEY backlight Test Point

VBAT
A

A
1

C543 C501
LD500

LD501

1u 1u
2

2
C

TP1 TP2
VA509 VA510

KEY_BL0

KEY_BL1
Figure 4.14.2 KEY backlight Circuit

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

START

No
VBAT = C501 ? Replace the main board

Yes

No
TP1, TP2 is Low Check the state of
Than C501? LED or U100

Yes

Backlight will
work properly.

Figure 4.14.3 KEY backlight Checking Flow

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

4.15 Micro SD Trouble

CN701
TP1

Figure 4.15.1 Micro SD Test Point

VSIM_3

VSIM_3

C546 VIO_2V8
CN701
C546 VIO_2V8
DNI DNI
CN503 CN503
1 20 1 20 R539
R539
DNI R538
DNI R538 2 19 SIM_3_DATA
2 19 SIM_3_DATA

TP1
100K
100K 3 18

3 18 VA538
C528 C545
4 17 C544
VA538 C527
C528 C545 DNI 0.1u
4 17 C544 DNI
C527 DNI 5 16

DNI 0.1u
DNI
5 16 6 15
DNI
MSD_DET_N
7 14
6 15 MSD_D[0]
MSD_DET_N 8 13

7 14 MSD_D[1]
MSD_D[0] 9 12

8 13 MSD_CLK
10 11
MSD_D[1]
9 12
VA542 VA543 VA544
MSD_CLK VA541

10 11

VA542 VA543 VA544


VA541

Figure 4.15.2 Micro SD Circuit

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

START

No No
Micro SD Detect Is voltage of the TP1 2.8V ?
OK?

Yes
Yes
Check the state of
C544 or CN701

Re-download SW

Is No
MC_CLK & Data Re-download SW
Timing Correct?

Yes

Change the Micro SD Card

Yes

Micro SD Card will work properly

Figure 4.15.3 Micro SD Checking Flow

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

4.16 Bluetooth Trouble

TP3
FL4

ANT1
TP2
TP1

Figure 4.17.1 Bluetooth Components (bottom)

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

R3
BDLAIP RF_IP
T2
BDLAIN RF_IN
R5
AVDD28_RFE BLKAQP RF_QP
(VA) BDLAQN
R4
R7
RF_QN ANT1
APC RF_TX_RAMP
R2
AFC RF_AFC ANT1

N19
DAICLK DIN 1 2
U100 DAIPCMOUT
M22
M23 DCLK
FEED GND

AVDD28_RFE DAIPCMIN DFS


(VA) N23
DAIRST DSBTPTR2010 C16
L23
DAISYNC 3.9p
VCO_MONITOR

A14
XOUT
VCC_RTC A13
XIN
X100
TRXIQ_N
TRXIQ_P

A11
TP1
(VRTC) C17
RF2G_N
RF2G_P

TESTMODE
RBIAS

7p
1 2
C14
32.768KHz
NX3215SA
C159 C160
D24
C22

D21
D18
D17
B22
B21

DNI
22p 22p
R111 L1
C173
1n 15K
Seperate GND 1.8n

C15

FL4
DNI
CLK_26M

FL4
C10 C11
3 1
OUT IN
4 2
100p GND2 GND1 100p
BT_CLOCK C12
2450MHz C13
DNI DNI

GND
TP2
TP3

Figure 4.17.3 BT circuit diagram

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

START
Check of ANTENNA

No
A condition is good? Replace ANT100

Yes

Check condition of
matching components
(TP1, TP2)

No
Give the additory
A condition is good? solder between TP1 andTP2

Yes

No
Check between
Replace FL100
TP2 and TP3

Yes

BT will
work properly

Figure 4.17.4 Checking flow (BLUE TOOTH)

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

4.17 FM Radio Trouble

U400

TP1 TP2
TP3
U200
TP4

Figure 4.18.1 FM_RADIO Components Placements

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

TP1 FM_ANT

100n C418
ZD400
L400 10p

J400

2 M6
3 M1
4 M4F
5 M3
6 M4
1 M5
J400
ZD402

149TP2TP3U200TP4Figure 4.18.2 Circuit diagram(FM_RADIO 3.5phi conn’t )

VIO_2V8 VIO_2V8

as close as possible to pin

R212 R230 TP3


100K 100K
C234
R239
FM_INT
220 R240 2K
33p
DCLK
R241 2K
DFS
20
19
18
17
16

VBAT
NC2
GPO1
GP02_INT_

DFS
GPO3_DCLK

TP2
1 15 R242
L220 22n NC1 DOUT DIN
FM_ANT
C204 1n
2
FMI U200
LOUT
14 680
FM_AUDIO_L
3 13
RFGND U200 ROUT FM_AUDIO_R
4 12
LPI GND
G_SLUG

5 11
RST_ VA
RCLK
SEN_
SCLK
SDIO

C207
VD

C206
1u
10p
6
7
8
9
10
21

VIO_2V8
R203 FM_32K
10K TP4
FM_RST
R205 C211
100K 0.1u
I2C_SDA1
I2C_SCL1

Figure 4.18.3 Circuit diagram(FM_Radio_Module)


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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

START
Check of ear_jack condition

No
A condition is good? Replace J400

Yes

Check condition of
matching components
(TP1, TP2)

No
Give the additory solder in
A condition is good? TP1, TP2

Yes

No
Check Bias Voltage Replace
TP2, TP3 U100

Yes

FM_radio will
work properly

Figure 4.18.4 Checking flow (FM_RADIO)

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

4.18 WIFI Trouble


To Chip ANT(ANT2)
on TOP side

WIFI RF T/Rx Path

TP5
ANT2

X202
U206
TP3
TP4
TP1 TP2

Figure 4.19.1 WIFI Components Placements(bottom/TOP)

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

MT5931 WIFI SMPSLDO_1V6

C19
12p
TP3
2
GND

C270
4.7u
VBAT
TP1
DSBTPTR2010

PALDO_3V3
FEED
ANT2

2.2u
FB200
L225
VBAT 120

C20 C21
L231
2.2n 2.2u 10p

C278

WIFI RF T/Rx Path


DNI

C274
15p
C277
4.7u
TP4
C298
PALDO_3V3
C1321 C299
WiFi_EN
DNI 4.7u C214
FL204 1p 1.8p
FL203
4 1
C276 C22 B/P_2 Gnd/DC_fd R252
1 3 3 2
IN OUT UnB/P B/P_1
100K
GND

100p 18p C243

C295 2.2u
PALDO_3V3
2

1u

C3

C5
B5

A1

B1

A2

A3

A4
B3

E5

A5
R253

AGND43_SMPS

GND_PALDO
AVDD43_SMPS
GND_REF

AVDD43_REF

PALDO_FB
PAD_EN

PALDO
OUT_FB
49.9
REF

LXBK
C239 F4
CGND1
1u B10 F6
TRX_IO_P CGND2
C10 F7
TRX_IO_N CGND3
K1
CGND4
A6
AVDD33_XO
C232 0.1u A9
AVDD33_TX
F10 R254
PAD_ICAL_EXTR
C229 10p Star connection D10 24K
AVDD16_TRX
C228 0.1u A8
SMPSLDO_1V6 AVDD16_SX
C227 1u E10 E7
AVDD16_LF TRXIN
C226 0.1u C2 E6
AVDD16_CLDO TRXIP
E9
TRXQN
D3 E8

X200
AVDDRTC TRXQP
D4
VRTC_2V8 AVSSRTC
C221
PALDO_3V3
0.1u F9 D2
OSC_EN X32K_OUT
R9 4
X202 1XTW26000FAA
3 C223 1n A7
U206
VCC OUT OSC_IN
49.9 1 2 D1
GND1 GND2 X32K_IN WIFI_32K
C18 A10 J9
26MHz AVSS33_PA1 XTEST WiFi_RST
1u C9 K9 R255
AVSS33_PA2 SYSRST_B VIO_2V8
B9 H7 100K
AVSS33_PA3 BT_PRI BT_PRI
C6 H3 LNAND_D_[00]
AVSS16_WF1 D0
D6 J3
AVSS16_WF2 D1 LNAND_D_[01]
D7 J1
AVSS16_WF3 A0 LCD_RS
D9 K2
AVSS16_WF4 D3 LNAND_D_[03]

TP5
B8 H2
AVSS16_VCO D2 LNAND_D_[02]
J2
OE_N LCD_RD_N
H8 G1
TP202 EXT_INT_B D4 LNAND_D_[04]
E2 G2
WIFI_INT WIFI_INT_B D5 LNAND_D_[05]
K8 G3
ANTSEL_0 D6 LNAND_D_[06]
UART_DBG_RX
UART_DBG_TX

J8 E3
ANTSEL_1 D7 LNAND_D_[07]
PAD_VDDK1
PAD_VDDK2
PAD_VDDK3

G9 K4
ANTSEL_2 D8
FSOURCE

DVDDIO3

DVDDIO2
DVDDIO1

DVDDIO0

F8 J4
ANTSEL_3 D9
GPIO_1
GPIO_0

WE_N
CLDO

CS_N

R270
D15
D14
D13
D12
D11
D10

10K
G4
G6
G7

G10
H1

C1

H9

H6
H5
H4
H10
E1

K7

K6
K10

F3
F2
J7

J6
J5
J10

R263

1M

LCD_WR_N
VMEM_1V8 TP200
WiFi_CS
C247 C246 C245 C244 TP201

1u 1u 0.1u 1u

VIO_2V8

TP2

Figure 4.19.2 WIFI circuit diagram

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING
4. TROUBLE SHOOTING
START
Check RF path

NO Replace
Is SMT status good?
components
START
YES
Check RF path

CHECK Power block

No
YES Replace components
Is SMT status good?
NO
TP1=VBAT? Replace FB200
Yes
YES
CHECK Power block
TP2=1.2V? NO
TP3=1.6V? Replace U203
TP4=3.3V?

YES No
TP1=VBAT? Replace FB200

CHECK 26MHz CLOCK


Yes

TP2=1.2V? No NO
TP5=26MHz? Replace X200
TP3=1.6V? Replace U203
TP4=3.3V?
YES
Yes NO
Is WIFI OK? Change board

CHECK 26MHz
YES CLOCK

END

No
TP5=26MHz? Replace X200
Figure 4.19.4 26M CLOCK

Yes

No
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Yes

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6. Block Diagram

6.Block diagram
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System HW Block Diagram : C333 Total Block Diagram

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6. Block Diagram

System HW Block Diagram : BB Block


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LNAMD_D_[0:15]
From MT6236 VMEM_1V8 MSD_DET_N
NAMD_WP_N
NAMD_WR_N
MSD_CMD MICRO SD VMC_3V3
MSD_CLK CONNECTOR
NAMD_BSY_N
MSD_D[0:3] (473091265)
NAMD_RE_N

MCP
NAMD_UB_N
NAMD_LB_N SIM_RST1_N
SIM_CLK1
SIM1
H9DA2GH1GHMMMR-4 6M NAMD_CS_N
CONNECTOR
SD_A_[0:12] SIM_DATA1
(KP09NC-6S-2.54SF)
2Gb NAND SD_D_[0:15]
SD_DQM_0:1
1Gb DDR RAM SD_DQS_0:1
SD_CLKN/P
SD_CS_N
SD_RAS_N
SD_CAS_N
SD_BA_[0:1]
HP_MIC_N/P
SD_WE_N
3.5Phi
SD_CKE JACK_DETECT FM_ANT
Ear Jack To FM MODULE
HOOK_DETECT (JAM3333-F36-7H)
VBAT VBAT_N
VIBRATOR

HS_OUT_L/R
JTAG_TDI MIC_P/N
From MIC
JTAG
JTAG_TCK
JTAG_TMS MT6236
JTAG_TRST_B HPH_R/L
JTAG_TDO
FM_R/L
From MT6236 VCAM_IO_2V8 CAM_VSYNC
JTAG_RTCK AUD_12C_SCL
AUDIO To FM MODULE
AUD_12C_SDA
+2.8V_MCAM_AVDD
+1.2V_MCAM_CORE
CAM_PCLK
CAM_DATA[0:7]
(WM9093)
RCV_SPK_OUT_R/L To Speaker
From Chargepump 5M AF SOEECH_N/P
+2.8V_MCAM_AF CAM_HAYNC
CAMERA CAM_12C_SCL/SDA
(COWELL) CAM_RST_N VBAT
CAM_PWDN
CAM_MCLK ACCP_ID

VBAT CMFLASH
USB_DM_UART_RX uUSB
FLASH_INHIBIT
USB_DP_UART_TX I/O
Flash FLASH_AS2C
VUSB_BUS VUSB_CHG_IN CON.
CHG_EN_N Sungle Charging
CHG_EOC_N IC VBAT
MAIN
Message R_LED_EN (BQ25040)
CHG_STS_N BATTERY
Blinker

BACKUP
From MT6236
VIO_2V8
VMEM_1V8
LCD_RST_N
LCD_MAKER_ID
BATTERY DNI
kup
KEY_COL[0:7]
12C_SCL1/DSA1 LNAND_D_[0:15]
VBAT KEY_ROW[0:7] DOME KEY
LCD LCD_VSYN
From MT6236 LCD_BL_CTRL CHARGE LCD_LED_CA0:4 END_KEY MATRIX
2.2” QCIF LCD_RD_N
KEY_BL0V1
PUMP
(LGIT) LCD_WR_N
VBAT (RT9396) LCD_CS_N CLK_26M From 26MHz CLOCK
LCD_RS
32.768KHz
X-TAL

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6. Block Diagram

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System HW Block Diagram (Detail) : POWER

VCORE VCORE_1V2 (350mA)


BATSNS
VBAT (Buck)
VBT_2V8 (100mA)
ISENSE VBT

VUSB_3V3 (100mA)
VUSB
VBAT
SBPL0095402 VRTC_2V8 VM
VMEM_1V8 (300mA) MT6236
(0_6mA)
(Buck) Logic
BATTERY VCC_RTC VIO_2V8 (100mA)
(1100mA) VIO
AVDD_2V8 (125mA)
VA
BACKUP BATT (DNI) VMC_3V3_MTK (100mA)
VBAT VMC

MEMORY
2G NAND
MICRO VBUS_USB Single EOC 1G SDRAM
USB
Charging IC CHG_EN VM
(Buck)
LCD Module
2.4 Inch
TA or USB Message
VCDT VIO
VBUS_LDO_4V9 blinker
(MAX 50mA)
CHG_LDO FM Module
VBAT LCD VIO (SI 4705)
VBAT
Charging Pump

VTCXO VIO_2V8 (100mA) Comparator KEY BACKLIGHT


(Audio) LED
GND (40mA)

AUDIO VHP_1V8(300mA) +2_8V_MCAM_AF MT6236 AVDD_2V8 (125mA)


Sub System (300mA) VA
Power Part
TRANCEIVER
VHP_MIC_2V5(300mA) VRF_2V8 (250mA) AD6546
Headset VRF
VIBRATOR
Mic Bias +1.2V_MCAM_CORE
(300mA)
+2_8V_MCAM_AVDD
(250mA) PMU
VCAMA
(RFMD)
CAMERA
VCAM_IO_2V8
5M (100mA)
VCAMD

Camera Flash
Camera
LED Deiver
VBAT U-SD 0_SD_LDO_EN
LDO

VM VMEM_1V8 (300mA)
MICRO (Buck)
SD VMC_3V3 (300mA)
MT5931A VBAT
VIO WIFI
VSIMI (100mA) VIO_2V8 (100mA)
SIM 1 VSIM
VCC_RTC
VMTC_2V8 (0 .6mA)
PALDO_3V3
NC VSIM2 MT5931A
WIFI
PMU
NC VIBR SMPSLDO_1V6

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6. Block Diagram

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System HW Block Diagram (Detail) : AUDIO

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6. Block Diagram

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System HW Block Diagram : RF Block

DCS_PCS_IN RF_IP/IN

RF_OP/ON
GSM_IN
ANT
BS814
AD6548 RF_S_CLK MT6236
RF_S_DATA

LB_RX RF_S_EN

VAFC RF_AFC
AFC

TX Module REFIN
28MHz Cryatal
HB_RX REFINB

REF_CIP CLK_26M
SYSCLK
BS817
RF_ANT_SW1
BPI_BUS0
RF_ANT_SW2 BPI_BUS2
RF_PA_EN
BPI_BUS1
RF_TX_RAMP
APC

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6. Block Diagram

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System HW Block Diagram : WIFI & BT & FM Block

MT6236
WIFI_EN BPI_BUS9 EINT5 FM_INT SI4705 FM ANT
WIFI_INT EINT0 GPIO63 FM_RST
WIFI ANT WIFI_RST GPIO64 (3.5pi earjack)
WIFI_CS LPCE1B SDA 12C_SDA1
LCD_WR_N LWRB SCL 12C_SCL1
LCD_RD_N LRDB
LCD_RS LPA0 DAIPCMOUT DCLK
TRX_IO_P DAIPCMIN DFS FMI
Balun TRX_IO_N NAND_D_[00] NLD0 DA/CLK DIN
NAND_D_[01] NLD1
NAND_D_[02] NLD2 GPIO5B FM_32K
NAND_D_[03] NLD3
NAND_D_[04] NLD4
NAND_D_[05] NLD5
MT5931 NAND_D_[06] NLD6
VTCXO NAND_D_[07] NLD7
WIFI
BT_PRI KCOL6
BT ANT WIFI_32K KROW6 HS_OUT_L
FM_AUDIO_R WM9093 HS_OUT_R

BT block FM_AUDIO_L SPK_RCV_P


SPK_RCV_N
BT_TRX RF2G_P

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7. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

7. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

AVDD_2V8
VCORE_1V2

VUSB_3V3

VBAT
VCORE_1V2

VCORE_1V2

AVDD_2V8

AVDD_2V8

AVDD_2V8
VRTC_2V8
VMEM_1V8

VMEM_1V8

VBT_2V8

VBT_2V8
VBT_2V8