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CONFIDENTIAL

GX25

SERVICE MANUAL
No. SX429TQG250/B

DIGITAL MOBILE PHONE

MODEL
INTERNAL
MODEL
NAME
TQG250AB
TQG250BB
TQG250CB
TQG250DB
TQG250EB
TQG251EB
TQG250GB
TQG251GB
TQG250HB

SELECTION
CODE
A
B
C
D
E
EP
G
GP
H

DESTINATION

INTERNAL
MODEL
NAME
Australia
TQG250LB
Hungary
TQG251PB
Switzerland
TQG250QB
Greece
TQG250RB
U.K.
TQG250SB
U.K. (Prepaid)
TQG250TB
Germany
TQG250VB
Germany (Prepaid) TQG250WB
Netherlands
TQG250ZB

GX25

SELECTION
CODE
L
PP
Q
R
S
T
V
W
Z

DESTINATION

Malta
Portugal (Prepaid)
Egypt
Ireland
Spain
Italy
Slovenia
Sweden
New Zealand

In the interests of user-safety the set should be restored to its


original condition and only parts identical to those specified
should be used.
Caution
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type,
dispose of used batteries according to the instruction.

CONTENTS
SERVICING CONCERNS
CHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
[1] Specifications ................................................. 1-1
[2] Names of parts............................................... 1-2
[3] Quick Start Guide........................................... 1-3
[4] Optional Accessories ..................................... 1-5
CHAPTER 2. ADJUSTMENTS,
PERFORMANCE CHECK, AND
FIRMWARE UPGRADE
[1] SHARP Programme Support Tool (SPST)........ 2-1
[2] Test points .................................................... 2-40
[3] Troubleshooting ........................................... 2-43
CHAPTER 3. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
[1] Servicing Concerns ........................................ 3-1
[2] Disassembly and reassembly ........................ 3-4

CHAPTER 4. DIAGRAMS
[1] Block diagram................................................4-1
CHAPTER 5. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND
WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD
[1] Notes on schematic diagram .........................5-1
[2] Types of transistor and LED ..........................5-1
[3] Waveforms of circuit ......................................5-2
[4] Schematic diagram/
Wiring side of P.W.Board .............................5-4
CHAPTER 6. OTHERS
[1] Function table of IC .......................................6-1
[2] Function table of Display .............................6-26
Parts Guide

Parts marked with "


" are important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these parts with specified ones for
maintaining the safety and performance of the set.

SHARP CORPORATION

This document has been published to be used


for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.

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Service
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ManualCONCERNS
SERVICING
1. When requested, back up users handset data using SPST (SHARP Programme Support Tool). Otherwise, before servicing, warn the user that
data in the memory may be lost during repairs.
2. Upgrade the firmware to the latest version using SPST before returning the handset to the customer.
3. After repairs, inspect the handset (phone) according to the following flowchart.
Repairs are completed.
(Fixed parts have been checked for proper operation.)

Check IMEI NO./Operator code (Destination)/


Firmware version by Identity function of SPST.

Inspect each device using performance check


adjustment function of SPST.

Carry out RF performance check with SPST.

All completed.
4. When storing or transporting a PWB, put it into a conductive bag or wrap it in aluminum foil. (C-MOS IC may be damaged by electrostatic
charges.)
5. Do not leave fingerprints, etc. on ornamental parts including a cabinet, especially clear windows for main and external displays. Wear fingerstalls
to avoid this.
Also, ensure not to leave fingerprints on the surface of main and external display panels.
6. To prevent oxidation which causes connection problems, do not touch any terminals on the electric board, microphone, vibrator, earpiece and
speaker.
When handling these parts, wear fingerstalls. Should you touch these parts, clean them with a soft dry cloth.
Always wear fingerstalls when handling a shield case on the electric board. Otherwise oxidation may occur causing handset performance deterioration.
7. The FPC is a precision device. Handle it carefully to prevent any damages.
8. Do not expose the moisture sensor to liquids.
If the sheet gets wet, red ink runs. In this case, replace the sheet with a new one.
Be careful about your perspiration.
9. Before you disassemble or reassemble handset, make sure to remove the Li-Ion battery.
10.Be sufficiently careful with static electricity of integrated circuits and other circuits. Wear static electricity prevention bands whilst servicing.

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PRECAUTIONS FOR USING LEAD-FREE SOLDER


1 Employing lead-free solder
This model employs lead-free solder.
This is indicated by the LF symbol printed on the PWB and in the service manual.
The suffix letter indicates the alloy type of the solder.
Example:

Indicates lead-free solder of tin, silver and copper.


2 Using lead-free solder
When repairing a PWB with the LF symbol, only lead-free solder should be used. (Using normal tin/lead alloy solder may
result in cold soldered joints and damage to printed patterns.)
As the melting point of lead-free solder is approximately 40C higher than tin/lead alloy solder, it is recommended that a
dedicated bit is used, and that the iron temperature is adjusted accordingly.
3 Soldering
As the melting point of lead-free solder (Sn-Ag-Cu) is higher and has poorer wettability (flow), to prevent damage to the land
of the PWB, extreme care should be taken not to leave the bit in contact with the PWB for an extended period of time.
Remove the bit as soon as a good flow is achieved.
The high content of tin in lead free solder will cause premature corrosion of the bit.
To reduce wear on the bit, reduce the temperature or turn off the iron when it is not required.
Leaving different types of solder on the bit will cause contamination of the different alloys, which will alter their
characteristics, making good soldering more difficult.
It will be necessary to clean and replace bits more often when using lead-free solder. To reduce bit wear, care should be
taken to clean the bit thoroughly after each use.

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GX25
Phone
Service
E
Market
Manual 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
CHAPTER
FOR A COMPLETE DESCRIPTION OF THE OPERATION OF THIS UNIT, PLEASE
REFER TO THE OPERATION MANUAL.

[1] Specifications
General:

Dimensions
(folded, excluding the aerial)
(H x W x D):
Weight:
Battery operating
temperature:
Main display:

Tri - band (GSM 900 MHz/DCS 1800 MHz/


PCS 1900MHz)
GPRS-enabled
WAP, MMS, SMS

Sound:
Mobile light:
External DC
supply voltage:
Battery:
Standby time:
Talk time:
Others:

92 x 46 x 23.5 mm
90 g

0C - 40C
Display dimensions: 2.0 inch
Resolution: 240 x 320 pixels
LCD display: TFT 262,144 colours with backlight
LCD back light: LED back light white colour LEDs
External display: Resolution: 72 x 12 pixels
LCD display: STN B/W LCD with back light
Camera:
C-MOS 350K pixels built-in camera
Zoom: Wide and zoom mode
[Supported 20 (when image size is
160 x 120 pixels) x zoom]
Lens: F2.8, f = 3.7 mm

Specifications for this model are subject to change without prior


notice.

Bluetooth is a trademark of the Bluetooth SIG, Inc.

The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the


Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Sharp is
under license. Other trademarks and trade names are
those of their respective owners.

Licensed by Inter Digital Technology Corporation under one


or more of the following United States Patents and/or their
domestic or foreign counterparts and other patents pending, including U.S. Patents: 4,675,863: 4,779,262:
4,785,450 & 4,811,420.

T9 Text Input is licensed under one or more of the following:


U.S. Pat. Nos. 5,818,437, 5,953,541, 5,187,480, 5,945,928,
and 6,011,554; Australian Pat. No. 727539; Canadian Pat.
No. 1,331,057; United Kingdom Pat. No. 2238414B; Hong
Kong Standard Pat. No. HK0940329; Republic of Singapore
Pat. No. 51383; Euro. Pat. No. 0 842 463 (96927260.8) DE/
DK, FI, FR, IT, NL,PT.ES,SE,GB; Republic of Korea Pat.
Nos. KR201211B1 and KR226206B1; and additional
patents are pending worldwide.

5.2 V
3.7 V, 780 mAh, Li-Ion
Up to 250 hours
Up to 210 minutes
Side key
Infrared port 1.2 L/P (maximum distance 20 cm)
Connector for AC charger and data cable
Standard hands free connector (2.5)

Battery running time depends on the battery and SIM card as well as
the network conditions and usage.

Powered by JBlend TM Copyright 19972004 Aplix Corporation. All rights reserved.


JBlend and all JBlend-based trademarks
and logos are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Aplix Corporation in Japan
and other countries.

Powered by Mascot Capsule /Micro3D Edition TM


R
Mascot Capsule is a registered trademark of HI Corporation
C 2002-2004 HI Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

40-polyphonic ring melodies


1 colours

CP8 PATENT
This product is licensed under the MPEG-4 Visual Patent
Portfolio License for the personal and non-commercial use of
a consumer to (i) encode video in compliance with the
MPEG-4 Video Standard (MPEG-4 Video) and/or (ii) decode
MPEG-4 Video that was encoded by a consumer engaged in
a personal and non-commercial activity and/or was obtained
from a licensed video provider. No license is granted or
implied for any other use. Additional information may be
obtained from MPEG LA. See http://www.mpegla.com.
This product is licensed under the MPEG-4 Systems Patent
Portfolio License for encoding in compliance with the MPEG4 Systems Standard, except that an additional license and
payment of royalties are necessary for encoding in
connection with (i) data stored or replicated in physical media
which is paid for on a title by title basis and/or (ii) data which
is paid for on a title by title basis and is transmitted to an end
user for permanent storage and/or use. Such additional
license may be obtained from MPEG LA, LLC. See http://
www.mpegla.com for additional details.

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[2] Names of parts
1

15
16

18

17
19

10

21

11

12

13
14
1. Earpiece
2. Navigation Keys (Arrow Keys):
Moves cursor to select
menu items, etc.
Up/Down arrow keys: Displays Contacts List
entries in standby mode.
and
indicate in this
manual these keys.
Displays list of Applications
Left arrow key:
in standby mode.
indicates in this manual
this key.
Right arrow key:
Displays list of Saved
Pictures in standby mode.
indicates in this manual
this key.
3. Left Soft Key:
Executes the function at the
bottom left of the screen.
4. Send Key:
Makes or accepts calls,
views the call logs in
standby mode.
5. Centre Key:
Displays Main menu in
standby mode and executes
functions.
6. Voice Mail Key:
Press and hold this key to
connect to the Voice mail
centre automatically.
(Depends on the SIM card.)
7. */Shift Key:
Switches character case
among four modes: Abc,
ABC, 123 and abc.
Press and hold this key on
the text entry screen to shift
the text input method
between multi-tap and T9
mode.
8. Main Display
9. Right Soft Key:
Executes the function at the
bottom right of the screen.
Used to access Vodafone
live! by opening the
browser in standby mode.
10.End/Power Key:
Ends a call, turns power on/
off.

11.Camera Key:

20

Starts the digital camera in


standby mode.

12.Keypad

12

22

24

23

25
26

13.#/Silent/Light Key: Switches symbol screens.


Press and hold this key on
the text entry screen to
display the language
options screen.
Press and hold this key
during standby to switch
Profiles settings between
Normal and Silent mode.
Press
, then
during
standby to turn the
Bluetooth wireless function
on or off.
14.Microphone
15.Self-Portrait Mirror: For taking a self-portrait.
16.Camera
17.Speaker
18.Mobile Light:
Used as an auxiliary light in
digital camera/video
camera mode, as a battery
charge indicator, or
notification for incoming
calls, data/fax calls or
messages.
19.External Display
20.Handsfree Kit Connector
21.External Connector:
Used to connect either the
charger or USB data cable.
22.RF Connector
23.Battery Cover
24.Built-in Aerial:
Warning: Do not cover the
hinge area of the phone
with your hand when in use
as this may interfere with
the performance of the
built-in aerial.
25.Side-Up/Side-Down Keys:
Moves cursor to select
menu items, adjusts
earpiece volume, etc.
Press and hold this key
during standby to turn the
mobile light on or off.
26.Infrared Port:
Sends and receives data via
infrared.

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[3] Quick Start Guide


The following is a sample quick start guide (Quick Start Guide for the UK model).

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[4] Optional Accessories


Li-ion Spare battery (XN-1BT30)
Cigarette lighter charger (XN-1CL30)
USB data cable (XN-1DC30)
AC charger (XN-1QC30, XN-1QC31, XN-1QC32)
Personal handsfree kit (XN-1ER20)
The above accessories may not be available in all regions.
For details, please contact your dealer.

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Service
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Manual 2. ADJUSTMENTS, PERFORMANCE CHECK, AND FIRMWARE
CHAPTER
UPGRADE
SPST (SHARP Programme Support Tool) allows you to adjust settings, conduct performance checks, and upgrade the firmware.

[1] SHARP Programme Support Tool (SPST)


1. System requirements

IBM PC compatible personal computer (standard COM1 115,200 bps serial port and USB required)
Recommended OS: Windows 2000/XP
Operable OS: Windows 98/98SE/ME (Downloader supports Windows 2000/XP only)
Incompatible OS: Windows 95/NT
(English, German, Italian, Spanish, French and Chinese versions)

Data cable

<During RF adjustment>

GSM tester: CMU200

GPIB interface: National Instruments USB-GPIB cable (Model No.: NI GPIB-USB-B)

2. Introduction
2.1. Functions
SPST offers seven key functions:
1) Firmware download
2) User data transfer (processes all data at once but not individually.)
3) RF calibration check and test
4) Default setting
5) Identification
6) Performance check and adjustment
7) User password reset

2.2. Installation
1. Use Windows Explorer to execute the setup.exe file on the CD-ROM.
2. The SPST GX series setup wizard appears. Follow the installation instructions.
3. After the installation is complete, shortcuts to SPST are created on the desktop and under the Start Programs GX Series menu. Start
SPST from the shortcuts.

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2.3. Starting up
Connect GX series to an operable serial port of the PC with the supplied data cable. Connect the AC charger to the data cable.
Start SPST from the desktop.
1. The Input password dialogue box appears. Enter the password, select GX series from Port list box (a connected port is automatically detected),
and click OK. If you do not know password, click Cancel to exit.

When using SPST for the first time, the driver installation
starts and the following dialogue box appears.
After the installation is complete, press "Retry".

Figure 1
2. To change the password, enter the current password in Figure 1, and then click Change Password.

Figure 2
3. To check the usage status of tools, click Show Repair Log in Figure 1.
4. Click Downloader for Emergency.

Figure 3
The above screen appears. Select a model to use and execute the Downloader. (Use this to initialise the flash, etc.)

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5. When the password is correct, a connection is established and the following screen appears.

Refer to the attachment 1


for the destination and
operator name.

First shipped
software version:
A02-008-0099-GX25
[D, E, EP, G, PP, S]
A15-008-0100-GX25C
[C]
A02-008-0120-GX25
[GP, L, W]
A02-008-0108-GX25
[B, R]
A28-008-0121-GX25V
[V]

Figure 4
Buttons
Default Set
User Data Back-up
User Data Restore
Downloader
RF Calibration & Check
RF Test
User Password Reset
Performance check adjustment
**** mode release
Exit

Refer to 4.1. Default setting. (see page 2-5)


Refer to 4.2. User data back-up. (see page 2-6)
Refer to 4.3. User data restore. (see page 2-7)
Refer to 4.4. Downloader. (see page 2-8)
Refer to 4.5. RF calibration & check. (see page 2-19)
Refer to 4.6. RF test tool. (see page 2-27)
Refer to 4.7. Password reset. (see page 2-33)
Refer to 4.8. Performance check and adjustment. (see page 2-34)
Refer to 4.9. ****mode release. (see page 2-39)
End SPST.

Attachment 1 Destination and operator name list


No.
01
02
04
05
06
08
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
20
45
48
50

Operator name
Vodafone UK
Airtel
Vodafone Omnitel
D2
Vodafone NL
Vodafone Ireland
Vodafone Greece
Vodafone Hungary
Vodafone Australia
Vodafone New Zealand
Vodafone Sweden
Vodafone Egypt
Vodafone Malta
Swisscom
Si. Mobil
D2
Vodafone PT
Vodafone UK

Post-Paid
Post-Paid
Post-Paid
Post-Paid
Post-Paid
Post-Paid
Post-Paid
Post-Paid
Post-Paid
Post-Paid
Post-Paid
Post-Paid
Post-Paid
Post-Paid
Post-Paid
Pre-Paid
Pre-Paid
Pre-Paid

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Country
UK
Spain
Italy
Germany
Netherlands (Holland)
Ireland
Greece
Hungary
Australia
New Zealand
Sweden
Egypt
Malta
Switzerland
Slovenia
Germany
Portugal
UK

Model name
TQG250EB
TQG250SB
TQG250TB
TQG250GB
TQG250HB
TQG250RB
TQG250DB
TQG250BB
TQG250AB
TQG250ZB
TQG250WB
TQG250QB
TQG250LB
TQG250CB
TQG250VB
TQG251GB
TQG251PB
TQG251EB

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3. Adjustments for GX25


1. Adjustments are required after replacing the following parts. (
Parts

Temperature
adjustment
(Camera)

)
Temperature
adjustment
(Battery)

Main display flicker


adjustment

External display
contrast adjustment

TH101
Main display unit
External display unit
Camera unit
When replacing other parts in the RF section, carry out RF calibration.
2. Click the buttons on the SPST screen for adjustments.

RF calibration

To adjust the device, click this button


(Performance check adjustment).
Figure 5
3. The following screen appears.

Temperature adjustment (Camera section)


Temperature adjustment (Battery section)
Main display flicker adjustment
External display contrast adjustment

Figure 6

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4. Functions
4.1. Default setting
SPST can restore the factory settings.
This function
1. Deletes all user data in the file system;
2. Restores all WAP settings to default; and
3. Restores the values set by the user to default.
(MEPLOCK settings, the destination and operator name do not change.)
<Operation>
1) Set the COM port on the SPST initial screen and click Default Set.
2) Click Yes to proceed. Click No to exit.

Figure 7
3) Click No to back-up the MEPLOCK data. Click Yes to restore default settings.

Figure 8
4) Communication starts.

Figure 9
5) The following appears when you select Yes in step 3 and MEPLOCK data exists. Click Yes to restore the data.

Figure 10

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6) After the handset (phone) is turned on, the initialisation is complete.

Figure 11

4.2. User data back-up


SPST saves all the data stored on the handset (phone).
1. Set the COM port on the SPST initial screen and click User Data Backup.
2. Specify the file name in the following dialogue box and click Save.

Figure 12
3. The communicating dialogue box appears whilst processing.

Figure 13
4. When completed, the following message appears. Click OK.

Figure 14

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4.3. User data restore
SPST completely restores the backed up data.
1. Set the COM port on the SPST initial screen and click User Data Restore.
2. Specify the file name in the following dialogue box and click Open.

Figure 15
3. The communicating dialogue box appears whilst processing.

Figure 16
4. When the restore is complete, click OK.

Figure 17

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4.4. Downloader
4.4.1 Introduction
Downloader allows you to upgrade the firmware.

1) Required devices

PC (Operating System: Windows 2000, XP)

GX25 handset (phone)

USB hub
You can use a USB hub to download data to multiple handsets (phones) at a time.
(Recommended product) USB hub from Adaptec: XHUB7PLUS

Figure 18

Figure 19

USB download cable

USB download adaptor cable


Figure 20
*

The USB download cable consists of the USB download adaptor cable and a USB data cable.

A USB data cable is not the existing download cable.

The USB download cable is exclusively for download, not for any other purpose.

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USB data cable

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2) Precautions
Please read the following before use.
*

This Upgrading Tool is designed for GX25. Make sure that you have chosen the correct handset (phone) and MOT file before you start the download.
Please note that use with another model may cause damage to handsets (phones).

When an older version of GX25 Upgrading Tool has already been installed on the PC:
Remove the GX25 Upgrading Tool through [Add/Remove Programs] in the Control Panel, and then install the latest version.

Download may fail depending on the version of Windows.


It is recommended to update Windows to the latest version before you start.

Make sure to remove the handset (phone) battery.


(Download must be performed without a battery inserted.)

Handsets (Phones) may not be recognised depending on the PC.


Disconnect the USB download cable from the handset (phone) and reconnect it.
If the handset (phone) is still not recognised, repeat this a few times or disconnect the cable and restart the PC.

Do not start/restart a PC with a handset (phone) connected.

If a PC is set to the power saving mode, disable it before download.

Whilst using a USB hub for download, do not use the remaining ports for other devices. Download may fail.

When the Upgrading Tool does not work properly, uninstall and reinstall it.

4.4.2 Installation of the device driver


Install the device driver (SHARP The Upgrading Tool USB Driver Ver 0.90.0) on your PC.
1. Connect a PC and GX25 handset (phone) with the USB download cable.
[Make sure to remove the handset (phone) battery before connecting them.]

Figure 21
2. Install the device driver following the Hardware Wizard.
(For Windows 2000, the driver is automatically installed.)

Press "Next >" button.

Figure 22

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Press "Continue Anyway" button.

Figure 23

Screen during installation.

Figure 24

Press "Finish" button.

Figure 25 Screen after installation


*

Install the device driver for each handset connected to a PC.


For example, if five handsets are connected to PC using a USB hub, the install wizard of the device driver will appear five times. Install the device
driver each time, following the instruction.

If a handset (phone) is not recognised when connected to a PC:


Disconnect and reconnect the USB download cable.
[If the handset (phone) is still not recognised, repeat a few times.]

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4.4.3 Download
This section describes how to initialise user data and write data to the handset (phone).

1) Application startup and screen descriptions


The icon below is created on your desktop after installation. Double-click it to start the Upgrading tool. You can also start the application by selecting
The GX25 UpgradingTool from the Start menu.

Figure 26
The download setup screen appears after starting the application.

Figure 27
1. Select Device: Displays port numbers assigned to handsets (phones) that are recognised by the PC.
2. Select Load File: Specify a file to download.
3. Select Load Area: Select data area to write an MOT file.
4. Start Loading Flash: Press to start download.

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2) Download
<<Make sure the following before starting download>>

Make sure to download an MOT file to GX25 handset (phone).

The handset (phone) battery is removed.

The device driver is installed on your PC.

Handset (Phone) is connected to a PC with the USB download cable.


<< Easy steps for download>>
1. Selecting a handset (phone)
When handset (phone) is recognised as a device, the corresponding Port No. box is checked.
[If the box is unchecked, data will not be downloaded to handset (phone).]
2. Selecting an MOT file
Select an MOT file to download.
3. Selecting download area
<Example>
Check Program Download and File System Initialize and start download.
4. Starting download
Press Start Loading Flash button to start download.
5. Completing download
When download is successfully completed, O appears in the corresponding Port No. boxes. Click OK to exit.
Estimated download time:
Approximately 15 minutes to download the file to one handset (phone).

Figure 28
2). 1 Selecting device
Check the corresponding Port No. box for the handset (phone) you want to download data to.
1. When a handset (phone) and the PC are connected with the USB download cable, the box of port number is automatically checked.
2. If the box remains unchecked, the handset (phone) may not be recognised correctly. Remove the USB download cable and reconnect it to the PC.

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2). 2 Selecting MOT file.


Select an MOT file to download.
Make sure to choose an MOT file for GX25.
1. Press Select File button in 2. Select Load File. The file selection screen appears.
2. Select a file to download and press Open button.
3. When you select a file, the file name appears in the text box. Proceed to 3. Select Load Area.

Only Motorola format (.mot) file can be downloaded.

You can select a file by entering a file name in the text box (without pressing Select File button). In this case, enter the file location together.

Figure 29 File selection screen


2). 3 Selecting download area
Usually select both Program Download and File System Initialize.

Figure 30
<Program Download and File System Initialize>
When both are selected, programme data is downloaded and user data area is initialised. Note that all the user data will be deleted after initialisation.

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2). 4 Starting download


Remove the handset (phone) battery before starting download.
Make sure that only GX25 handset(s) [phone(s)] is (are) connected to the PC/USB hub.

Start Loading Flash button is disabled when handset (phone) is not connected to a PC.
Connect the PC and handset (phone) with the USB download cable.

If Start Loading Flash button is disabled after connecting the handset (phone):
Case 1: Handset (Phone) is not recognised by the PC.
Reconnect the PC and handset (phone) with the USB download cable.
Case 2: Some items are not selected on the download setup screen.
Make sure items of 1 - 3 are checked.

No handsets (phones) are connected.

A handset (phone) is connected.


Figure 31

Press Start Loading Flash button to start download.

Figure 32

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Download progress is shown on the PC and handset (phone).

Flash Loader V 6.00


Port No.1
Now loading

Display on handset (phone)


(Port No. 1)

Display on PC
Figure 33 Screen during download

<< Aborting download>>


Press Quit button on the PC screen to stop download.
Please wait for finishing process... is displayed during the process. Do not disconnect the USB download cable until the message disappears.

Figure 34
To resume the download after aborting it, make sure to check File System Initialize first.

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2). 5 Completing download


Press OK button.
Please wait for finishing process... appears in the dialog box. Leave the USB download cable connected until the message disappears.
When download is successfully completed, O appears as shown below.
In the screen shot, downloaded data are written to the handset (phone) correctly.

Flash Loader V 6.00


Port No.1
Received SUM value
SUM = 0xc4d9

Display on handset (phone)


(Port No. 1)

Display on PC
Figure 35 Screen after download
<<Download errors>>
If download fails, a message appears on the PC and handset (phone).
1. Disconnect and reconnect the USB download cable, and try to download again.
2. Before you start the download, check File System Initialize.

Flash Loader V 6.00


XXXXX ERROR

Display on handset (phone)


Display on PC
Figure 36

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3) Download via a USB hub
Use a USB hub to download data to multiple handsets (phones) at a time.
[Up to 10 handsets (phones) at a time]

(Recommended product) USB hub from Adaptec: XHUB7PLUS (operation checked)

1. A USB hub is required. Use more according to the number of ports.


*When using more than one hub, connect them as shown in the section 4.4.3.3).1.
2. Connect the USB hub to a PC.
3. Into the USB hub, insert the same number of USB download cables as handsets (phones).
4. Connect the USB download cables to handsets (phones).
5. Install the device driver (SHARP The Upgrading Tool USB Driver Ver 0.90.0).
(For Windows 2000, the driver is automatically installed.)
6. On the download setup screen, port numbers become selectable for recognised handsets (phones).
Refer to the section 4.4.3.2) Download to perform download.
Note:
Do not connect other devices to the remaining ports during download via a USB hub. Download may fail.
3). 1 Using multiple USB hubs
Connect multiple USB hubs according to the following.
1. Connection in series (recommended)

PC

USB
Hub
Figure 37

2. Connection in parallel

PC

USB
Hub

USB
Hub
Figure 38
* When using more than one USB hubs, refer to the manuals to interconnect them.

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4.4.4 Troubleshooting
This section describes error messages, solutions, and other important information.
* Error messages appear on the PC screen.

1) Error message list


No.

Displayed message

Unable to open file

Unable to Setup Device

The file you selected is unsuitable for Upgrading.

Download Error !!

Cause/Solution
Failed to open the MOT file to download.
The following are possible causes:
- The file path contains special characters.
Special characters: ~ /:,;*?<>|~
- The extension of the file is not .mot.
- The file is in use.
- The file path contains more than 257 bytes of characters.
- There is no drive letter in the file path.
- The file path is entered, but the file name is not.
- The file cannot be found.
- The file is located on a CD-ROM, removal disk, RAM disk or
network drive.
Check that the USB download cable is correctly connected to PC
and handset (phone).
The file is not downloadable.
Select a GX25 MOT file.
- Close running resident programmes.
- Close all other running applications.
- Reconnect the USB download cable and retry.
- Install Windows updates (see 4.4.1.2) Precautions)

* If an error occurs, disconnect and reconnect the USB download cable before you download again.

2) Other important information

Do not start /restart a PC with a handset (phone) connected.


(PC may freeze depending on the type.)

If the power saving mode is set on the PC, disable it before download.
(Download fails if the power saving mode is activated during the process and the PC may freeze.)

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4.5. RF calibration & check

RF cable

Stabilised power supply

Handset
(phone)

GSM tester

Test battery

GPIB cable

Data cable

PC
Figure 39

4.5.1 Preparation

Connect PC and GSM tester with a GPIB cable.

Connect PC and handset (phone) with a data cable. (Use a test battery or similar.)

Connect an RF cable of GSM tester to handset (phone).

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4.5.2 Default setting for the programme.

Activate the programme and set defaults.

1) A connected COM port


appears.

2) Set the GPIB No.

3) Select the test instrument.


4) Set the GPIB address.

5) Set the "Cable Offset" values.


For cables with connector
QCNWK0138AFZZ/
QCNWK0136AFZZ, set the
values as follows:
GSM 900: 0.60
DCS 1800: 0.95
PCS 1900: 0.96

6) Auto Dial Setting


When the Auto Dial check
box is checked, an entered
number is automatically
dialled for performance
check.

7) Number Setting
Enter a number for Auto Dial.
Figure 40

4.5.3 RF calibration
1. Apply 4 V using a stabilised power supply and turn on the handset (phone).
2. Start RF calibration & check on SPST and click Cal.
3. When initialisation is complete, the following message appears. Lower the stabilised power supply voltage to 3.7 V and click OK.

Figure 41

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4. Make sure the voltage is set properly and press OK.
(Calibration starts.)

Figure 42
5. Click OK.

Figure 43
6. The initial screen returns.

4.5.4 RF performance check


1. Apply 4 V using a stabilised power supply and turn on the handset (phone).
2. Start RF calibration & check on SPST and click Check.
3. When initialisation is complete, the following message appears. Lower the stabilised power supply voltage to 3.7 V and click OK.

Figure 44
4. Make sure the voltage is set properly and press OK.
(RF performance check starts.)

Figure 45
5. The following dialogue box appears after the check. Increase the stabilised power supply voltage to 4.0 V and click OK.

Figure 46

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6. Make sure the voltage is set properly and press OK.

Figure 47
7. RF performance check is complete. Click Save As... and name the file to save the result. Click OK to exit.

Figure 48
The following will be displayed in case of failure.
See the attachment 2 for troubleshooting.

Figure 49

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8. Click OK.

Figure 50
9. The initial screen returns.
Note:
The RF calibration tool allows the calibration but not the check when the terminal fails to catch signals from the GSM tester (unable to access a network with no service displayed). There is a possibility that CMU200 did not start properly. Turn off CMU200 and restart.

4.5.5 RF calibration & RF performance check


Pressing the Cal_Check button initiates RF calibration and RF performance check in succession.
Since some operations are skipped, this is handier than executing calibration (Cal button) and performance check (Check button) separately.
1. Set the stabilised power supply voltage to 4 V and turn on the handset (phone).
2. Start RF calibration & check on SPST and press Cal_Check.
3. Lower the stabilised power supply voltage to 3.7 V and press OK.
4. Make sure the voltage is set properly and press OK.
5. After the calibration and check, increase the stabilised power supply voltage to 4.0 V and press OK.
6. Make sure the voltage is set properly and press OK.
7. To save the results, press Save As... and enter a file name. To exit, press OK.
8. Press OK.
9. The initial screen returns.

(Steps 1 - 4 and 5 - 9 are respectively equivalent to RF calibration by the Cal button and RF performance check by the Check button.)

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Attachment 2
Whole inspection list by RF performance check.
Band

GSM

Sending/
Recei
ve
Tx

No.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60

Item to be inspected

Burst Power
Burst Power
Burst Power
Burst Power
Burst Power
Frequency Error
Frequency Error
Frequency Error
Phase Error (RMS)
Phase Error (RMS)
Phase Error (RMS)
Phase Error (Peak)
Phase Error (Peak)
Phase Error (Peak)
Mod_spectrum 800
Mod_spectrum 600
Mod_spectrum 400
Mod_spectrum 250
Mod_spectrum 200
Mod_spectrum +200
Mod_spectrum +250
Mod_spectrum +400
Mod_spectrum +600
Mod_spectrum +800
Mod_spectrum 800
Mod_spectrum 600
Mod_spectrum 400
Mod_spectrum 250
Mod_spectrum 200
Mod_spectrum +200
Mod_spectrum +250
Mod_spectrum +400
Mod_spectrum +600
Mod_spectrum +800
Mod_spectrum 800
Mod_spectrum 600
Mod_spectrum 400
Mod_spectrum 250
Mod_spectrum 200
Mod_spectrum +200
Mod_spectrum +250
Mod_spectrum +400
Mod_spectrum +600
Mod_spectrum +800
Mod_spectrum 800
Mod_spectrum 600
Mod_spectrum 400
Mod_spectrum 250
Mod_spectrum 200
Mod_spectrum +200
Mod_spectrum +250
Mod_spectrum +400
Mod_spectrum +600
Mod_spectrum +800
Mod_spectrum 800
Mod_spectrum 600
Mod_spectrum 400
Mod_spectrum 250
Mod_spectrum 200
Mod_spectrum +200

Band
Channel

PCL

37CH
975CH
124CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
975CH
124CH
37CH
975CH
124CH
37CH
975CH
124CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
975CH
975CH
975CH
975CH
975CH
975CH
975CH
975CH
975CH
975CH
124CH
124CH
124CH
124CH
124CH
124CH
124CH
124CH
124CH
124CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH

PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL11
PCL19
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL11
PCL11
PCL11
PCL11
PCL11
PCL11
PCL11
PCL11
PCL11
PCL11
PCL19
PCL19
PCL19
PCL19
PCL19
PCL19

Sending/
Recei
ve

Rx

DCS

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Tx

No.

Item to be inspected

Channel

PCL

61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122

Mod_spectrum +250
Mod_spectrum +400
Mod_spectrum +600
Mod_spectrum +800
Switch_Spectrum 1800
Switch_Spectrum 1200
Switch_Spectrum 600
Switch_Spectrum 400
Switch_Spectrum +400
Switch_Spectrum +600
Switch_Spectrum +1200
Switch_Spectrum +1800
Switch_Spectrum 1800
Switch_Spectrum 1200
Switch_Spectrum 600
Switch_Spectrum 400
Switch_Spectrum +400
Switch_Spectrum +600
Switch_Spectrum +1200
Switch_Spectrum +1800
Switch_Spectrum 1800
Switch_Spectrum 1200
Switch_Spectrum 600
Switch_Spectrum 400
Switch_Spectrum +400
Switch_Spectrum +600
Switch_Spectrum +1200
Switch_Spectrum +1800
Switch_Spectrum 1800
Switch_Spectrum 1200
Switch_Spectrum 600
Switch_Spectrum 400
Switch_Spectrum +400
Switch_Spectrum +600
Switch_Spectrum +1200
Switch_Spectrum +1800
Switch_Spectrum 1800
Switch_Spectrum 1200
Switch_Spectrum 600
Switch_Spectrum 400
Switch_Spectrum +400
Switch_Spectrum +600
Switch_Spectrum +1200
Switch_Spectrum +1800
Burst Timing
Burst Timing
Burst Timing
Burst Timing
Burst Timing
Rx Sensitivity
Rx Sensitivity
Rx Sensitivity
Usable Receiver Level
Rx Level Reports
Burst Power
Burst Power
Burst Power
Burst Power
Burst Power
Frequency Error
Frequency Error
Frequency Error

37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
975CH
975CH
975CH
975CH
975CH
975CH
975CH
975CH
124CH
124CH
124CH
124CH
124CH
124CH
124CH
124CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
975CH
124CH
37CH
37CH
37CH
975CH
124CH
37CH
37CH
699CH
512CH
885CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
512CH
885CH

PCL19
PCL19
PCL19
PCL19
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL11
PCL11
PCL11
PCL11
PCL11
PCL11
PCL11
PCL11
PCL19
PCL19
PCL19
PCL19
PCL19
PCL19
PCL19
PCL19
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL11
PCL19
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL5
PCL15
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0

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Band

Sending/
Recei
ve

No.

Item to be inspected

Channel

PCL

123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184

Phase Error (RMS)


Phase Error (RMS)
Phase Error (RMS)
Phase Error (Peak)
Phase Error (Peak)
Phase Error (Peak)
Mod_spectrum 800
Mod_spectrum 600
Mod_spectrum 400
Mod_spectrum 250
Mod_spectrum 200
Mod_spectrum +200
Mod_spectrum +250
Mod_spectrum +400
Mod_spectrum +600
Mod_spectrum +800
Mod_spectrum 800
Mod_spectrum 600
Mod_spectrum 400
Mod_spectrum 250
Mod_spectrum 200
Mod_spectrum +200
Mod_spectrum +250
Mod_spectrum +400
Mod_spectrum +600
Mod_spectrum +800
Mod_spectrum 800
Mod_spectrum 600
Mod_spectrum 400
Mod_spectrum 250
Mod_spectrum 200
Mod_spectrum +200
Mod_spectrum +250
Mod_spectrum +400
Mod_spectrum +600
Mod_spectrum +800
Mod_spectrum 800
Mod_spectrum 600
Mod_spectrum 400
Mod_spectrum 250
Mod_spectrum 200
Mod_spectrum +200
Mod_spectrum +250
Mod_spectrum +400
Mod_spectrum +600
Mod_spectrum +800
Mod_spectrum 800
Mod_spectrum 600
Mod_spectrum 400
Mod_spectrum 250
Mod_spectrum 200
Mod_spectrum +200
Mod_spectrum +250
Mod_spectrum +400
Mod_spectrum +600
Mod_spectrum +800
Switch_Spectrum 1800
Switch_Spectrum 1200
Switch_Spectrum 600
Switch_Spectrum 400
Switch_Spectrum +400
Switch_Spectrum +600

699CH
512CH
885CH
699CH
512CH
885CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
885CH
885CH
885CH
885CH
885CH
885CH
885CH
885CH
885CH
885CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH

PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0

Band

Sending/
Recei
ve

Rx

PCS

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Tx

No.

Item to be inspected

Channel

PCL

185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246

Switch_Spectrum +1200
Switch_Spectrum +1800
Switch_Spectrum 1800
Switch_Spectrum 1200
Switch_Spectrum 600
Switch_Spectrum 400
Switch_Spectrum +400
Switch_Spectrum +600
Switch_Spectrum +1200
Switch_Spectrum +1800
Switch_Spectrum 1800
Switch_Spectrum 1200
Switch_Spectrum 600
Switch_Spectrum 400
Switch_Spectrum +400
Switch_Spectrum +600
Switch_Spectrum +1200
Switch_Spectrum +1800
Switch_Spectrum 1800
Switch_Spectrum 1200
Switch_Spectrum 600
Switch_Spectrum 400
Switch_Spectrum +400
Switch_Spectrum +600
Switch_Spectrum +1200
Switch_Spectrum +1800
Switch_Spectrum 1800
Switch_Spectrum 1200
Switch_Spectrum 600
Switch_Spectrum 400
Switch_Spectrum +400
Switch_Spectrum +600
Switch_Spectrum +1200
Switch_Spectrum +1800
Burst Timing
Burst Timing
Burst Timing
Burst Timing
Burst Timing
Rx Sensitivity
Rx Sensitivity
Rx Sensitivity
Usable Receiver Level
Rx Level Reports
Burst Power
Burst Power
Burst Power
Burst Power
Burst Power
Frequency Error
Frequency Error
Frequency Error
Phase Error (RMS)
Phase Error (RMS)
Phase Error (RMS)
Phase Error (Peak)
Phase Error (Peak)
Phase Error (Peak)
Mod_spectrum 800
Mod_spectrum 600
Mod_spectrum 400
Mod_spectrum 250

699CH
699CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
885CH
885CH
885CH
885CH
885CH
885CH
885CH
885CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
512CH
885CH
699CH
699CH
699CH
512CH
885CH
699CH
699CH
661CH
512CH
810CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
512CH
810CH
661CH
512CH
810CH
661CH
512CH
810CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH

PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL5
PCL15
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL5
PCL15
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0

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Band

CONFIDENTIAL
Sending/
Recei
ve

Tx

Rx

No.

Item to be inspected

Channel

PCL

247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295

Mod_spectrum 200
Mod_spectrum +200
Mod_spectrum +250
Mod_spectrum +400
Mod_spectrum +600
Mod_spectrum +800
Mod_spectrum 800
Mod_spectrum 600
Mod_spectrum 400
Mod_spectrum 250
Mod_spectrum 200
Mod_spectrum +200
Mod_spectrum +250
Mod_spectrum +400
Mod_spectrum +600
Mod_spectrum +800
Mod_spectrum 800
Mod_spectrum 600
Mod_spectrum 400
Mod_spectrum 250
Mod_spectrum 200
Mod_spectrum +200
Mod_spectrum +250
Mod_spectrum +400
Mod_spectrum +600
Mod_spectrum +800
Mod_spectrum 800
Mod_spectrum 600
Mod_spectrum 400
Mod_spectrum 250
Mod_spectrum 200
Mod_spectrum +200
Mod_spectrum +250
Mod_spectrum +400
Mod_spectrum +600
Mod_spectrum +800
Mod_spectrum 800
Mod_spectrum 600
Mod_spectrum 400
Mod_spectrum 250
Mod_spectrum 200
Mod_spectrum +200
Mod_spectrum +250
Mod_spectrum +400
Mod_spectrum +600
Mod_spectrum +800
Switch_Spectrum 1800
Switch_Spectrum 1200
Switch_Spectrum 600

661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
810CH
810CH
810CH
810CH
810CH
810CH
810CH
810CH
810CH
810CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH

PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0

Test item
Burst Power
Frequency Error
Phase Error
Mod_spectrum
Switch_Spectrum
Burst Timing
Rx Sensitivity
Usable Receiver Level
Rx Level Reports

Band

Sending/
Recei
ve

Rx

No.

Item to be inspected

Channel

PCL

296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342

Switch_Spectrum 400
Switch_Spectrum +400
Switch_Spectrum +600
Switch_Spectrum +1200
Switch_Spectrum +1800
Switch_Spectrum 1800
Switch_Spectrum 1200
Switch_Spectrum 600
Switch_Spectrum 400
Switch_Spectrum +400
Switch_Spectrum +600
Switch_Spectrum +1200
Switch_Spectrum +1800
Switch_Spectrum 1800
Switch_Spectrum 1200
Switch_Spectrum 600
Switch_Spectrum 400
Switch_Spectrum +400
Switch_Spectrum +600
Switch_Spectrum +1200
Switch_Spectrum +1800
Switch_Spectrum 1800
Switch_Spectrum 1200
Switch_Spectrum 600
Switch_Spectrum 400
Switch_Spectrum +400
Switch_Spectrum +600
Switch_Spectrum +1200
Switch_Spectrum +1800
Switch_Spectrum 1800
Switch_Spectrum 1200
Switch_Spectrum 600
Switch_Spectrum 400
Switch_Spectrum +400
Switch_Spectrum +600
Switch_Spectrum +1200
Switch_Spectrum +1800
Burst Timing
Burst Timing
Burst Timing
Burst Timing
Burst Timing
Rx Sensitivity
Rx Sensitivity
Rx Sensitivity
Usable Receiver Level
Rx Level Reports

661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
512CH
810CH
810CH
810CH
810CH
810CH
810CH
810CH
810CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
512CH
810CH
661CH
661CH
661CH
512CH
810CH
661CH
661CH

PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL5
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL15
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL5
PCL15
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0
PCL0

Troubleshooting list
Check parts for GSM
Check parts for DCS
IC802, FL803, FL905
IC802, FL803, FL905
TCX801
TCX801
IC801
IC801
IC801, TCX801
IC801, TCX801
IC801, IC802
IC801, IC802
IC802
IC802
IC801, FL902, FL803, FL905 IC801, FL902, FL803, FL905
IC801
IC801
IC801, FL902, FL803, FL905 IC801, FL902, FL803, FL905

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Check parts for PCS


IC802, FL803, FL905
TCX801
IC801
IC801, TCX801
IC801, IC802
IC802
IC801, FL903, FL803, FL905
IC801
IC801, FL903, FL803, FL905

CONFIDENTIAL
4.6. RF test tool
4.6.1 Requirements
For repairs, this test checks the condition of an electric board (especially the RF section).

PC with USB port

GX25 data cable

PWB repair jig

GSM tester (CMU200)

4.6.2 Setup
1. Install GX25 USB driver from CD-ROM, if it is not installed.
2. Set PWB and make connections as shown in Figures 51 and 52.
Make sure connections are correct at the points shown in Figure 53.

Figure 51 PWB installation

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Black

Red

GSM Tester
(CMU 200)

PC

PWB repair jig

Data Cable
Figure 52 Connections

Points
Figure 53 Contact points

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3. Apply 4 V using a stabilised power supply and turn on the handset (phone).

Push

Figure 54 Turning power on


4. Start RF test tool.
5. Press the Initialize & Read Data button. (COM port is automatically selected.)

Figure 55
6. Change the voltage, if you need.
7. Click OK to proceed.

Figure 56

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4.6.3 Tests
1) BAND Select & Channel
Select a band and a channel to test. Settings are applied to all tests.

Input box
Band selection

Channel bar
Figure 57
[Procedure]
1. Select a band. (GSM, DCS or PCS)
2. Select or enter a channel using channel bar or input box.

2) TX test
Test burst transmission.

TX frequency of selected channels

Current PCL (Read only)

PCL bar
TX ON/OFF button

This indicator appears during


burst transmission.

Data patterns

Figure 58
[Procedure]
1. Select a band and channel. [see 4.6.3.1)]
2. Select PCL (Power Control Level) using PCL bar.
3. Select a data pattern.
4. Click TX ON to start burst transmission.
(You can check each part in this state.)
5. Click TX OFF to end burst transmission.

Data pattern (TSC 5) includes Training Sequence GSM 5, and other part is pseudo random data.

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GX25 TX power Table (25C, voltage: 3.7[V])

PCL
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

GSM Band
GSM
[dBm]
33
31
29
27
25
23
21
19
17
15
13
11
9
7
5

DCS/PCS Band
PCL
DCS/PCS
[dBm]
0
30
1
28
2
26
3
24
4
22
5
20
6
18
7
16
8
14
9
12
10
10
11
8
12
6
13
4
14
2
15
0

Tolerance
+/2 dB
+/3 dB
+/3 dB
+/3 dB
+/3 dB
+/3 dB
+/3 dB
+/3 dB
+/3 dB
+/3 dB
+/3 dB
+/5 dB
+/5 dB
+/5 dB
+/5 dB

Tolerance
+/2 dB
+/3 dB
+/3 dB
+/3 dB
+/3 dB
+/3 dB
+/3 dB
+/3 dB
+/3 dB
+/4 dB
+/4 dB
+/4 dB
+/4 dB
+/4 dB
+/5 dB
+/5 dB

3) RX test
The handset (phone) receives burst signals in this test.

RX frequency of selected channels

Current RX Gain (Read only)

RX Gain Setting bar


RX ON/OFF button

This indicator appears whilst


receiving burst signals.

Sniff ON/OFF

Figure 59
[Procedure]
1. Select a channel and band. [see 4.6.3.1)]
2. Select RX Gain using RX Gain Setting bar.
3. Choose Sniff ON or OFF.
4. Click RX ON to receive burst signals.
5. From GSM tester, send burst signals in the specified channel.
(You can check each part in this state.)
6. Click RX OFF to stop burst signals.

In this test, the reception timing cannot be synchronised with burst signals from Signal Generator or GSM tester.

The standard RX Gain Setting is:


(Input power at the aerial connector of the handset (phone)) + (RX Gain) = 16 dBm
Excessive input power or RX Gain may cause damage to the handset (phone).

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4) RSSI Measure
The handset (phone) notifies you of input power value at the aerial connector.

Measured Power box

Estimated Power
input box
(Integer only)

Measure button
Figure 60
[Procedure]
1. Connect the handset (phone) and GSM tester (or Signal Generator) with RF cable.
2. Select a band and channel. [see 4.6.3.1)]
3. Send signals (*) from GSM tester.
4. Enter the value of input power from GSM tester in integers (from 10 to 110) considering RF cable loss.
5. Press the Measure button.
6. The result appears in Measured Power box.

The signal type from GSM tester must be either of the following:
1. Continuous sine wave (without modulation) with the following frequency.
(Frequency of the measured channel) + 67.708 kHz
(e.g. channel: GSM 37ch the result: 942.467708 MHz)
Power: 110 to 10 dBm
2. BCCH signal of the measured channel
Power: 110 to 10 dBm
Result
When the handset (phone) is properly calibrated, the error between Estimated Power and Measured Power is less than 3 dB.

4.6.4 Termination
Turn off the handset (phone) to ensure proper operations.

4.6.5 Trouble information


When switching DCS and PCS, change the channel number as well. Or the band does not change properly.
Example: If you change DCS 512 CH to PCS 512 CH, the band remains DCS.

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4.7. Password reset
SPST resets the password [handset (phone) code is set to 0000].
<Operation>
1) Set the COM port on the SPST initial screen and click User Password Reset. Click Yes to reset. Click No to exit.

Figure 61
2) When completed, the following appears.

Figure 62

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4.8. Performance check and adjustment


With this function, SPST checks the performance of the handset (phone) and makes adjustments.
<Operation>
1) Set the COM port on the SPST initial screen and click Performance check and adjustment. The following dialogue box appears whilst processing.

Figure 63
2) When completed, the following is displayed. Click Back to main menu to exit.

Figure 64
The functions of each button are described below.

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4.8.1 Main back light check


The main display back light turns on and the message appears on the PC.

Figure 65
Check the back light and press OK.
If a failure occurs, see 9. Back Light/Mobile Light does not turn on. in [3] Troubleshooting.

4.8.2 External back light check


The external display back light turns on and the message appears on the PC. Check the back light and press OK.
If a failure occurs, see 9. Back Light/Mobile Light does not turn on. in [3] Troubleshooting.

4.8.3 Key back light check


The keypad back light turns on and the message appears on the PC. Check the back light and press OK.

4.8.4 LED check


The LED lights up in a specified colour and the message appears on the PC. Check the LED and press OK.
If a failure occurs, see 9. Back Light/Mobile Light does not turn on. in [3] Troubleshooting.

4.8.5 Battery voltage check


Click to display the current battery voltage.
If a failure occurs, see 1. Power does not turn on. in [3] Troubleshooting.

4.8.6 Vibrator test


Click to vibrate the handset (phone). Click OK to exit.
If a failure occurs, see 5. Vibrator does not work. in [3] Troubleshooting.

4.8.7 Melody test


A message describes test items. Click Yes to proceed and No to exit.
The order of the test items:
Speaker Hands free Hands free (stereo) Speaker (analogue melody)
Troubleshooting (based on [3] Troubleshooting)

Trouble found by SPST


(1) Speaker
(2) Hands free

(3) Hands free (stereo)

(4) Speaker (analog melody)

See "7. Speaker does not work."


Sound is heard in audio test.

Parts between IC105 pin 10 and IC103 pin 93 are defective, or IC103 is defective.

No sound is heard in audio test.

See "Hands free kit (monaural headset)" in the section "3. No voice is heard from the earpiece."

Sound is heard in audio test.

Parts between IC105 pin 10 and IC103 pin 93; IC105 pin 11 and IC103 pin 94 are defective.
Otherwise IC103 is defective.

No sound is heard in audio test.

See "Hands free kit (stereo headset) - Option" in the section "3. No voice is heard from
the earpiece."
See "8. Video/Voice Recorder playback is impossible."
Otherwise parts between IC105 pin 10 and IC103 pin 93 are defective, or IC103 is defective.

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4.8.8 Audio test


The following appears.

Figure 66
Select a test item from Audio device. Check the output sound from the receiver by speaking to the microphone, etc. Click Back to test menu to return
to the previous screen.
Troubleshooting (based on [3] Troubleshooting)

Trouble found by SPST


(1)
Handset microphone
Handset receiver

(2)
Handset microphone
Hands free receiver

(1) & (2): No voice is heard.

(3)
Hands free microphone
Hands free receiver

(4)
Hands free microphone
Handset receiver

(1) & (2): No voice is heard.

See "Phone" in the section "2. Voice transmission/recording is impossible."

(1): Voice is heard.


(2): No voice is heard.

See "Hands free kit (monaural headset)" in the section "3. No voice is heard
from the earpiece" or "Hands free kit (stereo headset) - Option" in the section
"3. No voice is heard from the earpiece."

(1): No voice is heard.


(2): Voice is heard.

See "Phone" in the section "3. No voice is heard from the earpiece."

(3) & (4): No voice is heard.

See "Hands free kit (headset)" in the section


"2. Voice transmission/recording is impossible."

(3): Voice is heard.


(4): No voice is heard.
(3): No voice is heard.
(4): Voice is heard.

4.8.9 Camera check


The following appears.

Figure 67
Select a Camera mode from the list box. Click Shutter to check that the camera operates properly. Click Back to performance check menu to return
to the previous screen.
If a failure occurs, see 13. Pictures cannot be taken. in [3] Troubleshooting.

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4.8.10 Memory check


Click S-RAM and PSRAM to see each test result.
For Check Sum, the calculation appears after the SPST communicating dialogue box.

4.8.11 LCD test


Check that the specified colour appears on the main display.
If a failure occurs, see 11. The display does not appear on Main Display. and 12. The display does not appear on External Display. in [3] Troubleshooting.

4.8.12 Temperature adjustment


The following appears.
Setting temp. indicates the current temperature. The relative temperature is displayed in the text box below.
(Only the relative temperature is adjustable.)
If displayed Setting temp. value differs from the current temperature, click
Save.

or

to set a correction value in the range of 99 to +99 and click

Correction value = (Setting temp.) --- (current temp.) + (displayed correction value)
Figure 68

4.8.13 Main display flicker adjustment


The following is displayed.

Figure 69
Check a main display visually within a distance of 20 cm from a fluorescent light, and adjust the value to minimise flicker on the display with the
and

buttons. Click Save and confirm that the main display does not flicker.

(Fine adjustment for DC voltage between display electrodes)

Enlarged view
(A black line appears
after each gradation line.)

8-level gradation pattern with alternate black and gradation lines (black and white)
Figure 70

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4.8.14 External display contrast adjustment


Click the External display contrast adjustment button. The following screen appears.

DEN:
075

8-level gradation pattern (black & white pattern)


Figure 71
Comparing with an adjusted handset, click
the pattern on the external display.

or

to adjust the value so that the same gradation pattern is displayed. Click Save and confirm

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4.9. ****mode release


When the handset (phone) does not turn on and enter the normal mode, use this function to change ****mode to the normal mode.
<Operation>
1) Select the COM port on the SPST initial screen and click ****mode release. The following dialogue box appears.

Figure 72
2) If SPST cannot communicate with the handset (phone), the following message is displayed. Make sure the handset (phone) is turned on and click
Retry. To exit, click Cancel.

Figure 73
3) When complete, the following message appears.

Figure 74

5. Other tests
SPST does not provide tests of Bluetooth/USB communication. Check them according to the following instructions.

5.1. Bluetooth
1) Connect GX25 to the network and check that a conversation (talking and listening) is possible using a Bluetooth headset.
Recommended Bluetooth headset:
PLANTRONICS M3000
2) Connect GX25 to another Bluetooth built-in handset (phone) or PC and check that text data can be transmitted and received properly via Bluetooth.

5.2. USB
Connect GX25 and a PC with a USB cable. Check that GX25 is recognised as a device.
If the USB driver for GX25 (SHARP GSM GPRS USB Driver) is not installed on the PC, Found New Hardware window appears and Found New
Hardware Wizard starts [the handset (phone) is recognised].

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[2] Test points


MAIN PWB-A (FRONT SIDE)

TP No.
TP110
TP113
TP119
TP120
TP121
TP129
TP153
TP154
TP159
TP163
TP164
TP165
TP167
TP169
TP170
TP171
TP173
TP174
TP176
TP178
TP195
TP198
TP401
TP503
TP504
TP505
TP507
TP508
TP509
TP510
TP515
TP520
TP521
TP523
TP524
TP525
TP526
TP528
TP529
TP534
TP535
TP536
TP801
TP802

TP121
TP534

TP182

TP510

TP181
TP180
TP179
TP152
TP151
TP150
TP149
TP125
TP118
TP109
TP108
TP107
TP105
TP104

TP520

TP801

TP163

TP802

TP165

TP167
TP153

TP198
TP178

TP110

TP164

TP113

TP169

TP170

TP154

TP521

TP103

TP195

TP174

TP171
TP173
TP529

TP120
TP159
TP176

TP504

TP401

TP505

TP507
TP509
TP535

TP523

TP528

TP536

TP129
TP508

TP503
TP524
TP119

TP102
TP101

TP515
TP526
TP525

Figure 74 TEST POINT

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Signal name
VEXT
VVIB
MIC_INP
AIN2P_C
JACK_R
USC [6]
VPP Flash
MODE_SELECT
CHGIN_A (5.2V)
13MHZ_CLK
VABB
LIGHT1
VRTC (1.8V)
VSIM (2.85V)
VMEM (2.93V)
VCORE (1.8V)
VINT (3.0V)
LIGHT3 (KEYLED)
VMIC
TEMP
Terminal for MEMORY adhesion check 1
Terminal for MEMORY adhesion check 2
VSCR (3.0V)
CHGIN
USC [1]
USC [2]
VUSB (3.2V)
USC [5]
USC [4]
BATT
VBUS_IN
BATT
POWERONKEY
USB D+
USB D
USC [6]
AUDIO_OUT
DGND
DGND
BATT_SENSE
Manufacture Specific
AUDIO_IN
VTCXO (2.9V)
VRF (2.9V)

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MAIN PWB-A (REAR SIDE)

TP533

TP527

TP501

TP138

TP106

TP137
TP131

TP502

TP199

TP139

TP197

TP No.
TP501
TP502
TP527
TP533

TP132
TP136

TP135
TP147
TP1004
TP116
TP115
TP114

TP141

TP162

TP155

TP134

TP140

TP196

TP130

TP190
TP128

TP156

TP124

TP157

Figure 75 TEST POINT

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Signal name
DGND
VBAT
DGND
BATT_SENSE

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DISPLAY PWB-B (FRONT SIDE)


TP753

TP754

TP No.
TP601
TP607
TP604
TP606
TP712
TP713
TP714
TP715
TP716
TP723
TP724
TP727
TP728
TP734
TP735
TP750
TP751
TP753
TP754
TP755
TP756
TP757

TP750
TP755

TP719

TP756

TP734
TP735

TP718

TP715

TP716

TP723

TP712

TP714

TP601
TP603
TP604

TP724

TP607

TP605

TP606
TP727

TP757
TP726
TP713

TP751

DISPLAY PWB-B (REAR SIDE)

TP725

TP728

Figure 76 TEST POINT

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Signal name
VCAM (2.8V)
VCAMC (1.8V)
Terminal for CAMERA_IC adhesion check 1
Terminal for CAMERA_IC adhesion check 2
CAMCLK
13MHzCLK
VLCD (1.8V)
Terminal for LCDC adhesion check 1
Terminal for LCDC adhesion check 2
Terminal for LCDC adhesion check 3
Terminal for LCDC adhesion check 4
SP1
SP2
RECIVER_OUTN
RECIVER_OUTP
VOUT
P-LED_C
M-LED1_C
M-LED2_C
M-LED3_C
S-LED_C
LED

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[3] Troubleshooting
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.

Power dose not turn on.


Voice transmission/recording is impossible.
No voice is heard from the earpiece.
Battery does not charge.
Vibrator does not work.
Clock Settings are reset.
Speaker does not work.
Video/Voice Recorder playback is impossible.
Back Light/Mobile Light does not turn on.
Out of range and incoming/outgoing calls are impossible.
The display does not appear on Main Display.
The display does not appear on External Display.
Pictures cannot be taken.
SIM card is not recognised.
IrDA (Infrared) communication is impossible.
Bluetooth communication is impossible.
USB connection is impossible.

See page 2-43


See page 2-45
See page 2-47
See page 2-48
See page 2-48
See page 2-49
See page 2-49
See page 2-50
See page 2-51
See page 2-53
See page 2-54
See page 2-55
See page 2-56
See page 2-57
See page 2-58
See page 2-59
See page 2-59

1. Power dose not turn on.


Connect a battery of 4.0 V or more.

Execute File System initialisation of Downloader in SPST


without loading a file.

Does File System initialisation start properly?

YES

NO

Is the user area (file system) initialised by Flash Loader?


NO

YES

Flash memory (IC104) and


IC106 are defective.
Does normal mode start?
YES

NO

Flash memory (IC104) data is


corrupted.
Is it possible to rewrite the firmware?
NO

YES

Flash memory (IC104) and


IC106 are defective.
Does normal mode start after restart?
NO

Flash memory (IC104) and


IC106 are defective.

A
(To page 2-44)

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YES

Programme code of Flash


memory (IC104) is garbled.

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(From page 2-43)

Is 3.6 V or more applied to BATT terminal (TP520)?

NO

Battery terminals are defective, connector terminal is dirty, or


soldering is improper.

YES

Is the voltage 1.2 V or lower on SENSE terminal (TP534)?

NO

The battery is defective or set improperly.

YES

Is there conduction through fuse (FS501)?

NO

Fuse (FS501) is blown.

NO

Flash memory (IC104) is installed improperly.

NO

IC103 is defective.

NO

CN103, CN701, and FPC are defective or mounted improperly.

NO

X101 (32 kHz oscillator), R167, R169, R174A, and C176 are
defective or mounted improperly.
Or oscillating circuit of IC106 is defective.

YES

Is Flash memory (IC104) installed properly?


YES

Are voltages of 3.00, 1.82, and 1.82 V applied to VINT


(TP173), VCORE (TP171), and VRTC (TP167) respectively?
YES

Are voltages of 3.00, and 1.80 V applied to VINT (IC703 pin 1


to R717), and VLCD (TP714) respectively?
YES

Is the waveform of signals from R169 connected to X101 (32


kHz) correct?
Are R167, R169, R174A, C176, X101, and IC106 good in
appearance and mounted properly?
YES

Is the triangular wave of 13 MHz sent from C833?

YES

NO

Is 2.9 V supplied from VTCXO (TP801)?

NO

Voltage Regulator (IC804) is defective.

YES

IC801 and peripheral circuits are defective.

B
CN103, CN701, FPC, IC704, IC103, IC104, and IC106 are
defective or mounted improperly.
NO

Is 13 MHz applied to 13MHzCLK (TP713)?

YES

Is H supplied from CN704 pin 32?


YES

NO

CN103, CN701, FPC, IC103, IC104, and IC106 are defective or


mounted improperly.
YES

Is 13 MHz applied to R179?


NO

IC108 and IC106 are defective or mounted improperly.

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2. Voice transmission/recording is impossible.
Phone (Handset)
Replace the microphone.
Is the problem solved?

YES

NO

The built-in microphone is defective or in a poor contact with


the PWB.
L101, L102, and C101 are defective.
YES

Is 1.2 - 2.1 V applied to both ends of C101?

NO

Is 1.2 - 2.1 V applied to TP119?


NO

YES

Is 2.4 - 2.6 V applied to TP176?


YES

NO

R125 is defective.
Is 2.4 - 2.6 V applied to IC103 pin 76?
YES

NO

R115 and C108 are defective.


IC103 is defective.

Is approx. 1.7 V applied to IC103 pin 80?

NO

Is approx. 1.7 V applied to IC103 pin 96?


NO

YES

R263 and R118 are defective.


Is 0.5 V or more applied to R101 (IC103 pin 9 side)?

YES

IC103 is defective.

YES

IC103 is defective.

YES

Parts between socket JK101 pin 5 and IC103 pin 9 are defective.

YES

Socket JK101 is defective.

YES

Parts between socket JK101 pin 3 and TP120 are defective.

NO

Is 0.5 V or more applied to JK101 pin 5?


NO

Is 0.5 V or more applied to JK101 pin 3?


NO

Is 0.5 V or more applied to TP120?


NO

YES

Is 2.4 - 2.6 V applied to TP176?

R122 is defective.

NO

Is 2.4 - 2.6 V applied to R115 (IC103 pin 76 side)?

YES

R115 is defective. (Headset mode is set.)

NO

Replace C121A or C133. Is the problem solved?

YES

NO

IC103 and IC106 are defective.

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C121A or C133 is defective.

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Hands free kit (Headset)


Replace the hands free kit.
Is the signal sent?

YES

NO

Hands free kit is defective.

Parts between JK101 pin 3 andTP120 are defective.


YES

Is 0.7 - 1.8 V applied to JK101 pin 3?

NO

Is 0.7 - 1.8 V applied to TP120?


NO

YES

Is 2.4 - 2.6 V applied to TP176?


YES

NO

R122 is defective.
Is 2.4 - 2.6 V applied to IC103 pin 76?
YES

NO

R115 and C108 are defective.


IC103 is defective.

Is approx. 1.7 V applied to IC103 pin 79?

NO

Is approx. 1.7 V applied to IC103 pin 95?


NO

YES

R262 and R117 are defective.


Disconnect the hands free kit. Is speaking voice heard to the
person in the phone mode?

YES

IC103 is defective.

NO

IC103 or IC106 is defective.

NO

Socket JK101 is defective. (Phone mode is set.)

YES

C123A is defective.

YES

JK101 is defective, or the socket plug pin 3 is in a poor contact


with hands free kit.

YES

Is the voltage 0 V on R101 (IC103 pin 9 side)?


YES

Replace C123A. Is the problem solved?


NO

Replace JK101. Is the problem solved?


NO

IC103 and IC106 are defective.

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3. No voice is heard from the earpiece.


Phone (Handset)
Are signals sent to TP734 and TP735?

YES

Internal receiver is defective (lead wire breakage, etc.).


Or the connector is loose or in poor contact.

YES

Relay FPC, CN101, or CN701 are defective.


Or relay FPC is in a poor contact with CN101 and CN701.

YES

R233, R234, L107, L108, C106, and C143 are defective or


soldered improperly.

YES

IC103 is defective.

YES

Parts between socket JK101 pin 5 and IC103 pin 9 are defective.

NO

Are signals sent to R233 (both ends) and R234 (both ends).
NO

Is the signal sent to both ends of C147?


NO

Is 0.5 V or more applied to R101 (IC103 pin 9 side)?


NO

Is 0.5 V or more applied to JK101 pin 5?


NO

Is 0.5 V or more applied to JK101 pin 3?

YES

Socket JK101 is defective.

NO

Is 0.5 V or more applied to TP120?

YES

Parts between socket JK101 pin 3 and TP120 are defective.

NO
YES

Is 2.4 - 2.6 V applied to TP176?

R122 is defective.

NO

Is 2.4 - 2.6 V applied to R115 (IC103 pin 76 side)?

YES

R115 is defective. (Hands free kit mode is set.)

NO

IC103 is defective.
Hands free kit (Headset)
Replace the hands free kit. Is sound produced?

YES

The hands free kit is defective.

YES

Socket JK101 is defective, or the hands free kit is in a poor


contact with the socket plug.

NO

Is signal sent to JK101 pin 4?


NO

YES

Is signal sent to TP121?

L103 is defective.

NO

Is signal sent to both ends of C121?

YES

V102, C103, C105, and C107 are defective.

YES

L124 is defective.

NO

IC103 or IC106 is defective.

YES

IC103 is defective.

NO

Is signal sent to L124 (IC103 pin 60 side)?


NO

Disconnect the hands free kit. Is voice heard in phone mode?


YES

Is the voltage 0 V on R101 (IC103 pin 9 side)?


NO

Socket JK101 is defective.

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4. Battery does not charge.


Set a battery of 4.0 - 4.2 V. Click the Performance check
adjustment button on SPST.

Click the Temperature adjustment button. Is the value of


temp normal? (Measurement tolerance: 5 deg.)

* For settings and connections for SPST, refer to the ADJUSTMENTS,


PERFORMANCE CHECK, AND FIRMWARE UPGRADE on page 2-1.
TH101 and IC103 are defective.
NO

YES

Click the Battery voltage check button. Is the voltage 4.0 4.2 V?

NO

IC103 is defective.

NO

Q102, and IC107 are defective.

NO

IC107 is defective.

NO

Q102, IC107, IC102, Q101, IC103, D101, and D102 are


defective.

NO

Vibrator is deformed and defective. (When vibrator terminals


and the land are dirty, clean or replace them.)

YES

Set a battery of 3.7 - 3.9 V and start in normal mode.

Connect the AC charger to the external connector.


Is the voltage applied to TP503 higher than that of battery?
YES

When the AC charger is inserted to the external connector, is


IC107 pin 1 at L?
YES

Connect the AC charger to the external connector.


After approx. 15 seconds, do the voltages on TP159 and
TP502, and TP534 increase by more than 0.05 V?
YES

The battery is defective, or the battery cycle is shortened.

5. Vibrator does not work.


Are vibrator terminals in contact with the land?
Are terminals and the land clean?
YES

Hereafter check with vibrator working.


Is rectangular wave of 3 V sent to between vibrator terminals
YES
in sync with the vibration pattern?

Vibrator is defective.

NO

Is rectangular wave of 3 V sent to between CN103 pin 1 and


pin 2 in sync with the vibration pattern?

YES

SIM FPC is defective, and CN 103 is inserted improperly.

NO

Is VBAT voltage applied to IC108 pin 4?

NO

IC108 is soldered improperly.

YES

Is signal synchronised with the vibration pattern sent to IC108


pin 3?

YES

IC108 is defective.

YES

IC604 is soldered improperly. CN701 and CN101 are defective or mounted improperly. And FPC is defective.

NO

Go to the section Speaker does not work. (see page 2-49).

NO

Is signal synchronised with the vibration pattern sent from


IC604 pin 19?
NO

Do ring tones sound?


YES

IC604 is defective.

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6. Clock Settings are reset.
Is 1.6 V or more applied to TP167 with a battery in the phone?

NO

YES

IC103 is defective.

The back-up battery holder is installed improperly.


NO

Is 1.2 V or more applied to TP167 without a battery in the


phone?

NO

Is back-up battery holder properly installed to Main PWB?


YES

YES

The remaining power of back-up battery is insufficient.


Back-up battery is defective.
Back-up battery holder is defective.
X101, R167, R174, R174A, and C176 are defective.

7. Speaker does not work.


* When ring tones sound, but keypad tones do not, Keypad Tones is set to Off.
* When keypad tones and Voice Recorder playback sound are available but ring tones are not, Ringer Volume is set to Silent.
* Ring tones sound according to Ringer Volume settings.
Are speaker terminals in contact with the land?

NO

The speaker is defective.

YES

Is the impedance between speaker terminals approx. 8 ohms?

NO

The speaker is defective.

YES

The speaker is defective.

YES

Is signal sent to TP727, TP728, or the speaker contact pad?


NO

Is signal sent to IC604 pins 17 and 18?

YES

Either of following parts are defective or soldered improperly:


Between IC604 pin 18 and TP727.
Between IC604 pin 17 and TP728.

NO

Is VBAT applied to IC604 pin 15?

NO

R624 or parts between VBAT and IC604 pin 15 are defective


or soldered improperly.

YES

Is approx. 3V applied to IC604 pins 7 and 32?

NO

Solder A or parts between VINT and IC604 pins 7 and 32


are defective or soldered improperly.

YES

Is signal sent to IC604 pin 12?

YES
NO

IC604 or the control line to IC106 is defective.

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C622 and R622 are defective.


Or IC604 is defective.

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8. Video/Voice Recorder playback is impossible.


* Playback volume of video and Voice Recorder depends on the setting in "Multimedia Volume".
Speaker
Are keypad tones and ring tones normal?

NO

Go to the section Speaker does not work. (see page 2-49)

YES

In Playback window, does playback start normally and the


capacity bar change?

NO

YES

IC104 or IC106 is defective.

Not defective.
YES

Is Multimedia Volume set to Silent?

YES

Cancel Silent. Is sound produced?

NO

Is signal sent to CN701 pin 55?

NO

YES

Parts between IC604 pin 13 and CN701 pin 55 are defective


or soldered improperly.

YES

Relay FPC or CN101 and CN701 are defective. Or the relay


camera FPC is connected to CN101 and CN701 improperly.

YES

Parts between IC103 pins 91 and 107 to R228 are defective


or soldered improperly.

NO

Is signal sent to R228 (both ends)?


NO

Is signal sent to IC103 pins 91 and 107?


NO

Is 3.0 V supplied from IC103 pins 90 and 106?

YES

IC103 is defective.

YES

R127, C164, and C123 are defective.

YES

Hands free kit is defective.

NO

IC104 or IC106 is defective.

NO

Is 3.0 V supplied from TP110?


NO

IC103 is defective.
Hands free kit (Headset)
Replace the hands free kit.
Is the signal sent?
NO

In Playback window, does playback start normally and the


capacity bar change?
YES

Not defective.
YES

Is Multimedia Volume set to Silent?

YES

NO

Cancel Silent. Is sound produced?


NO

Go to Hands free kit (Headset) in the section No voice is


heard from the earpiece. (see page 2-47)

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9. Back Light/Mobile Light does not turn on.
FS601 is mounted improperly, or the fuse is blown.
NO

Is VBAT voltage applied to C633?

NO

Is fuse (FS601) in good appearance, mounted properly, and is


there conduction?
YES

YES

Is VBAT voltage applied to TP502?


YES

NO

CN101, CN701, and FPC


are defective or mounted
improperly
Go to the section Power dose not turn on. (see page 2-43)
NO

Is IC605 pin 4 at H?

IC704 is mounted improperly or defective.

YES

Are pulse signals supplied to IC605 pins 2and 3?

NO

CN101, CN701, and FPC are defective or mounted improperly.

NO

IC605 is defective or mounted improperly.

YES

Is approx. 2.8 V applied to IC605 pin 5?


YES

External Display only C , Mobile Light only D


(To page 2-52).

Which does not turn on, Main Display, External Display, or


Mobile Light?
Main Display only.

Is back light setting for Main Display set to On?

NO

Go to the setting as follows and set it to On:


Settings Display Main Display Back Light Time out

YES
NO

Does it turn on?


YES

Not defective.
Are approx. 0.1 V applied to IC605 pins 1, 16, and 15?

NO

YES

LED701, LED702, and LED703 are defective or mounted


improperly.

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IC605, LED701, LED702, and LED703 are defective or


mounted improperly.

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(From page 2-51)

Is back light setting for External Display set to On?

NO

Go to the setting as follows and set it to On:


Settings Display External Display Back Light

NO

Does it turn on?

YES

YES

Not defective.
Is approx. 0.1 V applied to IC605 pins 14?

NO

IC605 and LED704 are defective or mounted improperly.

YES

LED704 is mounted improperly or defective.

(From page 2-51)

Does Mobile Light turn on when the side key is pressed and
held?

YES

NO

Not defective.

IC605, LED751, and Q751 are defective or mounted improperly.


NO
YES

Is R763 at 3.00 V?

Is approx. 0.1 V applied to IC605 pin 13?


YES

NO

LED704 is defective or mounted improperly.


NO

Do ring tones sound?


NO

IC604 is defective.

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CONFIDENTIAL
10. Out of range and incoming/outgoing calls are impossible.
[Checkpoints in RF Test Tool]
Is transmission possible using RF Test Tool?
YES

[Sender]

NO

Is voltage (applox. 2.9 V) supplied to pin 6 of IC804?

NO

IC804 is defective.

NO

IC103, IC106, or PWB is defective.

YES

Is IQ signal supplied to pins 23, 24, 25, and 26 of IC801?


YES

Is frequency signal sent?


EGSM900 bands ..................... IC801 pin 17
DCS1800/PCS1900 bands ...... IC801 pin 19

NO

IC801 is defective.

YES

Is frequency signal supplied?


EGSM900 bands ..................... FL803 pin 15
DCS1800/PCS1900 bands ...... FL803 pin 13

NO

IC802 is defective.

YES

Is frequency signal supplied to pin 1 of FL905?

NO

FL803 is defective.

NO

FL905 is defective.

YES

Is frequency signal supplied to pin 1 of J801?


YES

J801 is defective.
[Receiver]
70 dBm input.

Is frequency signal supplied?


EGSM900 bands ...................... IC801 pins 9, 10
DCS1800 band ......................... IC801 pins 6, 7
PCS1900 band ......................... IC801 pins 3, 4

IC801 is defective.
YES

NO

Is frequency signal supplied?


EGSM900 band ..........................FL902 pin 4
DCS1800 band............................FL902 pin 1
PCS1900 bands ......................... FL903 pin 1

FL902 or FL903 is defective.


YES

NO

Is frequency signal supplied to pin 9 of FL803?

YES

NO

FL905 or J801 is defective.

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11. The display does not appear on Main Display.


Is Main Display unit fully inserted to CN704?

NO

Improperly inserted to the connector.

YES

The contact point of the connector is dirty.

YES

Main Display unit is defective.

NO

Go to the section Power is not turned on. (see page 2-43)

NO

Go to the section Power is not turned on. (see page 2-43)

NO

Go to the section Power is not turned on. (see page 2-43)

YES

Clean the contact point of CN704 and insert the unit again.
Does the display appear?
NO

Replace Main Display.


Does the display appear?
NO

Is 3.6 or more voltage applied to VBAT2 terminal (FS601) and


VBAT1 terminal (IC601 pin 1)?
YES

Is 2.8 0.1 V applied to TP170?


YES

Is 3.0 0.1 V or more applied to TP173?


YES

Regulator IC703 is defective.


NO

Is 1.8 0.1 V or more applied to TP714?

NO

Is 3.0 0.1 V applied to IC703 pin 1?


Is C728 good in appearance and mounted properly?
YES

YES
YES

Are CN701 and CN101 good in appearance and mounted


properly?
NO

CN701 and CN101 are defective or mounted improperly.


And FPC is defective.
Is 13 MHz applied to clock TP713?

NO

Go to the section Power is not turned on. (see page 2-43)

YES

Is 3.0 0.1 V supplied from LCD_RST (L749)?


Are L749, C736, R771, R773, CN701, and CN771 good in
appearance and mounted properly?

NO

L749, C736, R771, R773, CN701, and CN771 are defective or


mounted improperly.

NO

CN704 and C730 are defective or mounted improperly.

NO

Display controller IC (IC704) and C720 are defective or


mounted improperly.

NO

Display controller IC (IC704), R719, R720, and CN771 are


defective or mounted improperly.

NO

Display controller IC (IC704), R711, and C717 are defective or


mounted improperly.

YES

Is 3.0 V 0.1 V applied to CN704 pins 29, 30, and 31?


Is C730 good in appearance and mounted properly?
YES

Is 3.0 0.1 V applied to the LCD reset (CN704 pin 32 and


C720)?
Is C720 good in appearance and mounted properly?
YES

Are pulse signals sent to pins 26, 27 and 28 of CN704?


Are R719, R720, and CN771 good in appearance and
mounted properly?
YES

Is the signal of approx. 6.5 MHz present on CN704 pin 21?


Are R711 and C717 good in appearance and mounted properly?
YES

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(From page 2-54)

Is the signal of approx. 70 Hz present on CN704 pin 23?

NO

Display controller IC (IC704) is defective or mounted improperly.

NO

Go to the section Power is not turned on. (see page 2-43)

NO

Improperly inserted to the connector.

YES

Main Display unit is defective, or connector CN704 is mounted


improperly.

12. The display does not appear on External Display.


Does the display appear on Main Display?
YES

Is External Display unit fully inserted to CN771?


YES

Clean the contact point of the connector CN771 and insert the
unit again. Does the display appear?

YES

The contact point of the connector is dirty.

NO

Is 3 0.1 V applied to CN771 pin 6?


Are D771 and C771 good in appearance and mounted properly?

NO

D771 and C771 are defective or mounted improperly.

YES

Are CN701 and CN101 good in appearance and mounted


properly?

NO

CN701 and CN101 are defective or mounted improperly.


And FPC is defective.

NO

IC106, R771, and R773 are defective or mounted improperly.

NO

R727, R728, R720, and R719 are defective or mounted


improperly.

NO

IC704, R727, R728, R720, and R719 are defective or


mounted improperly.

YES

Is 3.0 0.1 V supplied from LCD_RST (CN771 pin 5, R771,


and R773)?
YES

Are R727, R728, R720, and R719 good in appearance and


mounted properly?
YES

Are pulse signals sent to R727, R728, R720, and R719?


YES

External Display unit is defective.

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13. Pictures cannot be taken.


Is the camera unit fully inserted to SO601?

NO

Improperly inserted to the connector.

NO

The contact point of the connector is dirty.

NO

Camera unit is defective.

NO

IC603 is mounted improperly.

NO

SO601 is mounted improperly.

NO

The regulator IC602 or peripheral circuits are defective.

YES

Clean the contact point of SO601 and insert the unit again.
Dose the display appear?
YES

Replace Camera unit.


Dose the display appear?
YES

Check that IC603 has not come off.


Is there conduction between TP604 and TP606?
YES

Are all the pins of SO601 mounted properly?


YES

Is 2.8 V applied to SO601 pins 6, 17, and 23 (when camera is


on)?
YES

IC603 is defective, or TP712/C607 is mounted improperly, or


IC704 is defective.
NO

SO601:
1. Is 2.8 V applied on pins 21 and 24?
2. Is the voltage 0 V on pin 22?
3. Is the 13 MHz frequency sent to pin 18?
(when camera is on)

NO

IC603 peripheral circuits:


1. Is 13 MHz frequency sent to TP712?
2. Is 3.00 V applied to C607?
(when camera is on)
YES

YES

Is 1.8 V applied to IC603 peripheral circuit TP607 (when camera is on)?


NO

YES

IC601 or peripheral circuits


are defective; R605 and
C609 are mounted improperly.
Is 3.00 V applied to IC603 peripheral circuit R604
(when camera is on)?
YES

NO

Go to the section "Power is


not turned on." (see page 243)
IC603 or IC106 is defective.

F
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(From page 2-56)

IC602, R606, and C610 are mounted improperly or defective.

NO

SO601:
1. Is 2.8 V applied on pins 14 and 16 (when camera is on)?
2. Are voltages of pins 14 and 16 within the range 0 to 2.8 V
(when camera being activated)?

NO

Is 2.8 V applied to IC603 peripheral circuit R606


(when camera is on)?

YES

YES

IC603 is defective.
SO601:
Are voltages of the following pins within the range 0 to 2.8 V
(when camera is on)?
1. pins 2 - 5, 7 - 8, 10, and 12
2. pins 11, 13, and 15

R611, R612, R613, and IC603 are mounted improperly.


NO

YES

IC603 is defective.

14. SIM card is not recognised.

Replace the SIM card. Is it recognised?


NO

Is 2.85 V supplied from pins 1, 2, and 6 of the SIM card?


And is periodic pulse wave (3.25 MHz) sent from pin 3 of the
SIM card?

YES

SIM card is defective or not the one specified.

Hereafter, check the signal waveform of each SIM when the power is turned on
without a SIM card inserted.
(SIM signal waveform appears for approx. 70 ms after the power is turned on.)

YES

NO

The contact point of the SIM card connector is deformed or


dirty.

C159 is defective.
NO

Is 2.85 V applied to CN103 pin 6?

NO

Is C159 good in appearance and mounted properly?


YES

YES

IC103 is defective.
R170 is defective.
NO

Is 2.85 V applied to CN103 pin 5?

NO

Is R170 good in appearance and mounted properly?


YES

YES

IC106 is defective.
R169 is defective.
NO

Is periodic pulse wave sent from CN103 pin 4?

NO

Is R169 good in appearance and mounted properly?


YES

YES

IC106 is defective.
R168 is defective.
NO

Is 2.85 V supplied from CN103 pin 7?

NO

Is R168 good in appearance and mounted properly?

YES

YES

SIM FPC and SIM card connector are defective.

IC106 is defective.

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15. IrDA (Infrared) communication is impossible.


Set the distance and angle within the specification for the IrDA
communication. Activate the IrDA function.

Is 2.9 V supplied from Q104 pin 2?

NO

IC106 is defective.

YES

Is 2.9 V applied to UN101 pin 6?

NO

YES

Q104 is defective or UN101 pin 6 is soldered improperly.


R183 is defective.
NO

Does the send signal (UN101 pin 5) send pulse waves periodically?

NO

Is R183 good in appearance and mounted properly?


YES

YES

IC106 is defective.
Short terminal (CN101 pin 2 to 3.0 V VINT) and C197 are
defective.
NO

Is 3.0 V supplied from VCC (UN101 pin 2)?

NO

Are short terminal (CN101 pin 2 to 3.0 V VINT) and C197


good in appearance and mounted properly?
YES

YES

IC106 is defective.
Is SD signal (UN101 pin 3) 0.2 V or lower?

NO

Q104 and IC106 are defective.

YES

Does the RxD signal (UN101 pin 4) send pulse waves periodically?

NO

IrDA port (UN101) is defective.

NO

IrDA port (UN101) is defective or mounted improperly.

NO

IC106 is defective.

YES

Is UN101 good in appearance and mounted properly?


YES

Is communication possible after replacing IrDA port (UN101)?


YES

IrDA port (UN101) is defective.

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16. Bluetooth communication is impossible.


A connection cannot be established via Bluetooth.

Is 3 V supplied from IC403 pin 3?

NO

IC403 or C402, C409 is defective.

NO

Parts (between IC106 pin 100 and IC402 pin 34) are defective.

NO

IC402 is defective.

NO

IC106 is defective.

NO

IC402 is defective.

NO

Reinstall the driver and replace the USB cable to connect the
phone.

NO

CN502 is connected improperly.

NO

Q503 is defective.

NO

IC501 or IC106 is defective.

NO

Q504, Q506, and R512 are defective.

YES

Is IC402 pin 34 (RESET signal) always at H?


YES

Are pulse signals sent to IC402 pin 74 (BT_TXD signal)?


YES

IC106 is defective.
Phone can be connected to Bluetooth headset, but sound is
not heard.

Is waveform of PCMCLK signal (approx. 256 kHz clock) sent


from R188?
YES

Are pulse signals sent to BT_PCMOUT signal side of R199?


YES

IC106 or IC402 is defective.

17. USB connection is impossible.


Connect a properly working phone to the PC/USB cable that is
not recognised. Is it recognised?
YES

Connect to a PC with the USB cable.

Is 5 V or more applied to TP515?


YES

Is Q503 pin 3 at L?
YES

Is 3 V or more applied to TP507?


YES

Is 3 V or more applied to TP523?


YES

IC106 is defective.

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GX25
Phone
Service
E
Market
Manual 3. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
CHAPTER
[1] Servicing Concerns
1. For disassembling
Main Display Holder
Assembly

1. Do not remove the board of baseband section by pulling external


interface connector not to damage the board.
2. Shield case is attached on shield case holder with no space.
Do not remove together with shield case holder. If you do, you cannot attach it again because they are soldered and in such a case,
you should take the electric pattern on the board as well.

Standard
position

2. For reassembling
1. Make sure that all ornamental parts have no scratch and clean.

Standard
position
Cushion,
Camera Unit B

2. Make sure that you can open and close handset (phone) smoothly
and hear hinges click.
3. Make sure that display panel is placed in a proper position without
inclination.
4. Make sure that all three battery terminals protrude evenly.
5. Make sure that the pawl of aerial is upside.

Standard
position

FASTENING TORQUE (Referential Value)


Back Cabinet (Key)/
Front Cabinet (Key)
Back Cabinet (Display)/
Front Cabinet (Display)

Standard
position

16.6 2 N cm
(1.7 0.2 Kgf cm)

[Cushion, Camera Unit A/Cushion, Camera Unit B]

The reference value is measured when an electric screwdriver


(HIOS CL4000) is used.

Front Cabinet (Display)


Standard
position
(Attach to completely
cover the added rib.)

SOLDERING SPECIFICATION
Soldering iron must be set to 380 C for 5 seconds.

Cushion,
Camera Unit A

STANDARD POSITION OF ATTACHMENT


When replacing the following labels (marked with
place new ones on the specified positions.

Cushion,
Battery
Standard
position

), be sure to

Attach under the back cabinet (key)


as shown, with left and right edges
within the concave section.

Cushion,
Connector
(Relay FPC)

Standard position:
Attach along the line.
Sensor, Moisture
(Small)

[Cushion, Connector (Relay FPC)/Sensor, Moistue (Small)]

Standard
position
Back Cabinet (Key)

[Cushion, Battery]

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Attach along the External Display frame.

Attach along the convex surface.

Standard
position

Standard
position

Standard
position

Cushion,
BB

Standard
position

Sheet, Shade

Sensor,
Moisture
(Large)

Attach to the rib.

Standard
position

Standard position
Attach along the line.
Do not cover the rib.

Standard
position
Frame, External Display
[Sheet, Shade]

Front Cabinet (Key)


[Sensor, Moistue (Large)/Cushion, BB]

Standard
position
(Rib edge)
Cushion A,
Insulator

Cushion B,
Insulator

Standard
position

Standard
position

Standard
position
(Do not cover the rib.)

Sheet, Speaker

Standard
position
(Do not cover the rib.)

Back Cabinet
(Display)
[Sheet, Speaker]

Front Cabinet (Key)

Sheet, Connector (CN704)

[Cushion A, Insulator/Cushion B, Insulator]

Standard
position
(Attach to the outer
surface of
the connector.)
Standard
position

Shield Case, BB
Insulator, BB

[Sheet, Connector (CN704)]

Standard
position

Standard
position
[Insulator, BB]

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Display PWB-B
(Rear Side)

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Standard
position

Standard
Cushion,
position
(Align to the centre.) Main Display FPC

Spacer,
Main Display

Standard
position

Standard
position

Display PWB-B
(Rear Side)

Standard
position

Sheet,
Connector

Standard
position

Display PWB-B
(Rear Side)

[Spacer, Main Display/Cushion, Main Display FPC]

Standard
position
Standard
position

Main PWB-A
(Rear Side)

Standard
position

Standard
position

Sheet,
Connector

Sensor, Moisture
(Large)
Rib edge

Standard
position

Standard
position
[Sheet, Connector]

Bluetooth Aerial

Standard
position
(Fit to the lug.)

Standard
position
(Attach between ribs.)

[Sensor, Moistue (Large)/Bluetooth Aerial]

Standard
position

Sheet, Insulator
Standard
position

Standard
position

BB Shield
Case edge

Do not cover
this convex section.

Standard
position

Standard
position

Edge of the angled surface.

Sheet,
Prevent Noise

Do not exceed
this convex section.

Do not exceed
the convex section.

Sensor, Moisture
(Large)

Standard
position

Main PWB-A/
SIM FPC PWB-E/
Shield Case, BB

Frame, External Display


[Sensor, Moistue (Large)]

[Sheet, Insulator/Sheet, Prevent Noise]

33

GX25

CONFIDENTIAL
[2] Disassembly and reassembly

To reassemble, reverse the procedure.


STEP
1

REMOVAL
Side Cover C,
D

Back Cabinet
(Key)
Assembly
Main PWB-A

PROCEDURE
1.Battery Cover........ (A1)x1
2.Li-Ion Battery......... (A2)x1
3.Key Screw Cover.. (A3)x2
4.Screw.................... (A4)x4
5.Hook..................... (A5)x12

FIGURE
1

1.Hook.....................
2.Hook.....................

(B1)x4
(B2)x1

1.Hook.....................
2.Socket...................
3.Solder....................
4.Flat Cable..............

(C1)x8
(C2)x1
(C3)x1
(C4)x1

Back Cabinet (Key) Assembly


(B1) x 2

2 PUSH
(B2) x 1

2 PUSH
2

1 UP

SWING

2 PUSH
2 PUSH

Jig

(B1) x 2

1 Remove the external connector cover. (Figure 1)


Insert a jig into the slot and slightly lift up the back cabinet (key)
assembly.
2 Press the back cabinet (key) assembly to release 4 hooks (B1).
3 Move the cabinet assembly gently from side to side to release
the other hook (B2).

Figure 3

(A1) x 1
(C1) x 4

SIM FPC PWB-E/


BB Shield Case
(C4) x 1

(A2) x 1
Remove the connector sheet.

(A3) x 2
(A4) x 2
M1.7 x 5 mm
(A4) x 2
Jack Cover
M1.7 x 5 mm

Main PWB-A

PULL

Earth FPC PWB-C

Relay FPC PWB-F


(C2) x 1
(C1) x 4

Back Cabinet (Key)


Assembly

PULL

Side-Up/Side-Down
Keys

External Connector Cover


Figure 1

Infrared Port Cover

3 OPEN

4 PULL

Jig

Main PWB-A

(Use something flat and hard,


for example guitar picks.)

Hook
To unhook the main PWB-A,
insert a small flat head screwdriver
and lever it up as illustrated.

(A5) x 6
Side Cover D

Minus
Driver

Side Cover C
1
2 SLIDE

Figure 4

1
5
3

Back Cabinet (Key)


Assembly

(A5) x 6

1 Insert a jig between the side cover C and


back cabinet (key) assembly to make space.
2 Insert a jig into the space.
Slide the jig to remove the hooks (A5) at six positions.
3 Open the side cover C.
4 Pull the side cover C to remove.
Remove the side cover D in the same way.

Figure 2

34

GX25
STEP
4

CONFIDENTIAL
REMOVAL
Side Cover A,
B

PROCEDURE
Open the handset
(phone)
1.Display Screw
Cover................... (D1)x4
2.Screw.................... (D2)x4
Close the handset
(phone)
3.Hook..................... (D3)x12
4.Hook..................... (D4)x2

FIGURE

Back Cabinet (Display) (E1) x 1


Assembly
(E1) x 2

2 SLIDE
1 UP
(E1) x 2

2 SLIDE
3 (E2) x 1

Back Cabinet
(Display)
Assembly
Display PWBB/Display
Holder Assembly/External
Display Flame
Assembly

1.Hook.....................
2.Hook.....................

(E1)x5
(E2)x1

Open the handset


(phone)
1.Socket...................
2.Hook.....................

(F1)x1
(F2)x4

2 SLIDE

Jig

1 Insert a jig into the gap and slightly lift up the back cabinet (display)
assembly.
2 Insert jig into the space.
Slide them in the direction of the arrow to release 5 hooks (E1).
3 Being careful with the claw, release the hook (E2).

Figure 7

Back Cabinet (Display)


Assembly

(F1) x 1
Front Cabinet (Display)
Assembly

(D2) x 2
M1.7 x 4.5 mm

OPEN

(D1) x 2

Figure 8

(D2) x 2
M1.7 x 5 mm

OPEN

(D1) x 2

Display PWB-B/
Display Holder Assembly/
External Display Frame Assembly

Figure 5

(D4) x 1
3
SLIDE

Back Cabinet
(Display) Assembly
(F2) x 4

(D3) x 6

Front Cabinet (Display)


Assembly

CLOSE

1
2 SLIDE

Side Cover B

(D4) x 1
Display PWB-B/
Display Holder Assembly/
External Display Frame
Assembly

4
3
6

Jig

Side Cover A

(D3) x 6
To unhook the display PWB-B/
display holder assembly/
external display frame assembly
insert a small flat head screwdriver
and lever it up as illustrated.

1 Insert a jig between the side cover A and


back cabinet (display) assembly to make space.
2 Insert a jig into the space.
Slide the jig to remove the hooks (D3) at six positions.
3 Slide the side cover A to remove the hook (D4).

Figure 9

Remove the side cover B in the same way.

Figure 6

35

Minus
Driver

Hook

GX25

CONFIDENTIAL
STEP
7

REMOVAL
Display PWBB

Front Cabinet
(Key)/
Front Cabinet
(Display)

PROCEDURE
1.Hook..................... (G1)x2
2.Hook..................... (G2)x2
3.Socket................... (G3)x1
4.Solder.................... (G4)x1
5.Hook..................... (G5)x6
6.Flat Cable.............. (G6)x3

FIGURE
10

1.Hinge....................

12

(H1)x2

External Display/
External Display Holder Assembly
(G5) x 2

11

(G6) x 1

Remove the
connector sheet.
(G6) x 1

Earth FPC
PWB-C

External Display Frame

(G6) x 1
Camera Unit
PWB-D
(G3) x 1

Relay FPC
PWB-F

2 (G2) x 2
1 (G1) x 1

(G5) x 4

Minus
Driver
Main Display

Display PWB-B/
Display Holder Assembly
1 (G1) x 1
Be careful dirt and dust do not get
inside when replacing the display.

Remove the hook 1 and then hook 2 .

Figure 10
Figure 11

Front Cabinet (Display)


(H1) x 2

Front Cabinet (Key)

Tweezers

PULL

PUSH

Pinch hooks of the hinge with tweezers, etc.


and push out the hinge.

Hinge
PUSH

Figure 12

36

CONFIDENTIAL

GX25

GX25

CHAPTER 4. DIAGRAMS
[1] Block diagram

BTCLK (26MHz)
RF I/F

HSL/
TRACE

VOLTAGE REFERENCE
BUFFER

AIN3P

MCU SUBSYSTEM

ANALOG ANALOG
SW
SW

AIN3N

AOUT3C
AOUT2P

MIC100
MICROPHONE

JK101
HANDSFREE
CONNECTOR

AIN1P/AIN1N

PGA

DAC

ADC

PGA

AIN2P/AIN2N

GPIO_7 (Hook detect)

GPIO_36
(Audio POP soud Contorol)

SERIAL
NUMBER

CLK
&
BS GEN

GPIO_40 (13M CLKOUT)


RBUS

PBUS

VINT

FILTER

POWER ON
RESET GENERATOR

VABB
LDO

MMI

HOUSE-KEEPING

GSM-SYSTEM

GPIO

System DMA

MicroSM

DISPLAY

WDT

Slow Clocking

RTC

General Timers

CSPORT

KEYPAD

IRQ-CTRL & RAU

Synth i/f

VINT

VMEM
LDO

USB 1.1

VCORE
LDO

VBT

GPIO_38 (INT), nWR, nRD


ADD [1], DATA [15:0]
GPIO_24 (RESET), nAUXCS2

PERIPHERAL PLL

I2C
Backlight

3.0V

IC111
VINT BH30MA3W
REGULATOR

FLIP-KEY
VBAT

LIGHT3

GPIO_10 (USB_DETECT)

POWER-UP
KEY

IC102
Q5RW45BF
4.5V REGULATOR

KEYPADROW [4:0]
KEYPADCOL [4:0]

KEYOUT

KEYON

GPIO_55 (BootControl 1)

GPIO_39 (USB_PU_Control)

USB D+

USC [1] (RXD)

USC [2] (TXD)

USB D-

GPO_19 (Audio Select)

USC [5] (CTS/Genie_TX)

USC [6] (GPIO_31/Genie_RX/RTC_monitor)

GPIO_9 (Manufacture)

VUSB

GPIO_11

VSIM

VCORE, VINT_ABB
VINT
VRTC, VSIM

EXTERNAL CIRCUIT
For CHARGING

IC108
1323B30G
REGULATOR

GPIO_60 (Hardware revison monitor [1])


GPIO_61 (Hardware revison monitor [0])
GPIO_41 (Hardware revison monitor [2])

EXTERNAL CONNECTOR

GPIO_0 (TXD)
GPIO_1 (RXD)

VINT
3.00V

IC105
TC7SZ08F
AND GATE

FLASH
128Mbit (x16)
nROMCS1

IC503
TK73840G
REGULATOR

5
1

BATTYPE

Li-ION
BATTERY
720mAh

GPIO_2 (USB_Charge_Control)
10

Figure 1 MAIN BLOCK DIAGRAM

4 -- 1

DISPLAY PWB

MO100
VIBRATOR

ADDRESS & DATA BUS / GPIO (INT)

COMMON
Flash memory

: nRD, nWR, ADD [23:1], DATA [15:0]


: nROMCS1, GPO_22 (VPP), GPO_2 (WP),
nRESET, nGPCS1

P-SRAM

: nRAMCS1, UBS, LBS, nGPCS2

FLASH
32Mbit (x16)
nGPCS1

VINT
3.00V

LIGHT2
5.2V/600mA
From AC/DC CHARGER

3.0V

SP100
SPEAKER

IC104
LRS1898
FLASH MEMORY

UN101
INFRARED
(IrDA MODULE)

VBAT

EN

GPO_8

GPIO_5 (VUSB_ON/OFF)

USB_VBUS

3.0V / (1.8V)

VIN

IC501
TK11132C
REGULATOR

SIMDATAIO
SIMCLK
GPIO_23 (RESET)

SIM
CARD

Q505

LED

MTR

GPIO_44 (Wakeup Mode Select)

KEY PAD
BACKLIGHT

VUSB

PICTURE
LIGHT

SPOUT1/2

VUSB

4.5V

KEYPAD: 5x5

IC604
YMU762C LED
SOUND

HP_OUTL/HP_OUTR

3.2V

EXTERNAL DISPLAY
BACKLIGHT

VBAT

EQ

VEXT
LDO

IC605
SC606AIT
POWER

MAIN DISPLAY
BACKLIGHT

GPIO_40 (13M CLKOUT)

GATEDRIVE, ISENSE (ADC)


REFCHG, VBATSENSE (ADC)

USB_VBUS

EN

PERIPHERAL SUBSYSTEM

VCORE

SCL

SD/MMC

VCXO
LDO

DCLK
VSYNC,HSYNC
/RESET

GPO_23 (LT_SCL)

Fast IrDA

PWRON
(DBBON),
CLKON
(VCXOEN)

SI
CS
R,G,B [5:0]

VBAT

SDA

UART

BATTERY
CHARGER

SCLK

PWM0/PORT3

SIM

BAT100
BACK-UP
BATTERY

IC504
USBUF2WE
EMI FILTER

VSYNC,HSYNC
PWM1/PORT8

GPIO_35 (LT_SDA)

BMC

RESET

VCHG
REGULATOR
CONTOROL

SE_DO/PORT0
SE_LD1/PORT2
R,G,B[5:0]
DCLK

VDDIO

USC

SIM
LDO

IC704
LR38863
DISPLAY CONTROLLER

VDDCORE
VDDPLL

IC703
R11618FB
REGULATOR

DC_B
SCEB

PWMLCD/PORT4
SE_LD2/PORT5
SE_CK/PORT1
SE_DI/PORT7
SE_LD3/PORT6

nWAIT, GPIO_6 (LCDINT), GPO_10 (BUFOFF)

INTERNAL
SRAM
(1Mbit x 2)

CIPH

58.5MHz

XIN

nRD, nWR, nDISPLAYCS1,


GPIO_22 (RSP), DATA [15:0]

ASFS ASDI
ASDO

POWER MANAGEMENT SECTION

VRTC
LDO

MP4RESER_B
GTDIO_B
MP4_P0
CAMCK

CACHE
(16K) BYTE
EBUS

MCU
ARM7TDMI

FILTER

VMIC
LDO

IC114
TC75S58A
COMPARATOR

VMIC

BOOT
ROM

AUDIO SECTION

VMIC

RESET
GPIO_12 (LCD_RESET)

1.8V
AUDIO
SERIAL
PORT

D0~7,
PCLK

DM (16K WORD)

91MHz

TONE
GENERATOR
PGA

CMOS
SENSOR

XI,RSTB,
STDBY

DATA [15:0]

DMA and BUS


ARBITRATION

GPIO_37
(INTERRUPT)

INTERRUPT LOGIC

A
AOUT1P/AOUT1N

DSP
ADSP-218x

VITERBI
COPROCESSOR

SBUS

MCLKEN

AUXRILY SECTION

ADD [1,2], ADD [17:19],


nRAMCS2 (CAM_CS), nWR, nRD

PM (16K WORD)

IDMA

CLKOUT
(13MHZ)

AUXADC2

CACHE RAM
(4K WORD)

DVDD

RESET

TEMP2

EP100
EARPIECE

SPORT-0
SPORT-1
CIPHER
COPROCESSOR

CSFS CSDI
CSDO

AUX ADC

CAM_RST

VSYNC
HSYNC

PLL

GPO_29 (RESETABB)
CONTROL
SERIAL
PORT

1.8V

GPIO_13 (CAM_INT)

ASPORT

GPO_1 (TXON),
GPO_0 (RXON),
GPO_5 (ASM)

LIGHT CONTROLLER

DSP SUBSYSTEM

BSPORT

DSP SERIAL

HVDD1
CVDD

AVDD

CAMERA UNIT

CAMERA PROCESSING

RAMP RAM

IC601
XC621918
REGULATOR

JTAG I/F

HVDD

HVDD2

LCD101
EXTERNAL
DISPLAY

BSIFS BSDI
BSOFS BSDO

REFCHG

TH101
THERMISTOR

VINT

SENSOR
DRIVER

IC106
AD6528B
DIGITAL BASEBAND

BASEBAND
SERIAL
PORT

AFC DAC
x3

JTAGEN

IC602
TK11128C
REGULATOR

LCD100
MAIN
DISPLAY

FILTER

VBAT

IRIS

ADC
RAMP DAC

FILTER

LIGHT1
LIGHT2
LIGHT3

FILTER

RESET

2.8V

DAC

ADC

OSCIN
OSCOUT

CLKON

GMSK
MOD
FILTER

GPIO_8 (BT_RESET)

DAC

IC403
R118030B
REGULATOR

3.0V

When JTAG=H,
automaticaly
GPO_18 TCK
GPO_19 TMS
GPIO_20 TDI
GPIO_21 TDO

32kHz
CRYSTAL

BOOTCTRL [1]
BOOTCTRL [0]

CLKIN
(13MHz)

BASEBAND SECTION
FILTER

IC109
TC7SZ32F
LOGIC

VBAT

AUTO
WHITE
BALANCE

IC103
AD6537B
ANALOGUE BASEBAND

IP, IN
QP, QN

GPIO_14 (PCM_CLK), GPIO_15 (PCM_DATAIN)


GPIO_16 (PCM_SYNC), GPIO_17 (PCM_DATAOUT)

DSP
SERIAL I/F

VBAT
AFCDAC, PA

GPO_18 (SYNTHEN)
GPO_20 (SYNTHDATA)
GPO_21 (SYNTHCLK)

OUTPUT
FORMAT
CONVERTER

GPO_1 (TXON),
GPO_9 (BS3), GPO_11 (BS4)
GPO_16 (BS1) GPO_17 (BS2)
GPO_3 (BS5)

AN401
AERIAL
TERMINAL

FL401
CN401

IC402
BC313143
BLUETOOTH MODULE
(BLUECORE3-ROM)

GPIO_3 (RTS), GPIO_4 (CTS),


GPIO_33 (RXD), GPIO_34 (TXD)

IC603
LR38876
CAMERA I/F
CONVERSION LSI

[Main]

BLUETOOTH
AERIAL

CLKREQOUT
E

4 -- 2

P-SRAM
64Mbit (x16)
nRAMCS1

P-SRAM
32Mbit (x16)
nGPCS2

CONFIDENTIAL

GX25

[RF]

GX25

Rx Line
Tx Line
Control Line
(D): Digital, (A): Analogue

BS1 (D)
BS2 (D)
BS3 (D)
BS4 (D)
BS5 (D)

BS4
BS5

PA (A)
VBAT (BATT)
2

TP802
6

1,3
TCXOEN (D)

IC804
R5322P

VOLTAGE
REGULATOR

VRF
Loop

TP801
4

filter

VTCXO
36,41,42

1,13,14,22,27,37,40,48

TXVCO
GSM900 880.2 to 914.8 MHz
DCS1800 1710.2 to 1784.8 MHz
PCS1900 1850.2 to 1909.8 MHz

VBAT
42,43
45

12

BS1
BS2
BS3

IC802
RF3146
POWER AMP.

40,41

23
IP (A)
IN (A)

24

QP (A)

25

QN (A)

26

I&Q
MOD

19

37

17

48

31

1800 / 1900

PA
6

900

DPD
4,5,7,30,32,
34,36,38,47

BUILT-IN
AERIAL
APC

31

TCXOOUT (D)

1/2
1/2
RFVCO
Tx
GSM900:
DCS1800:
PCS1900:
Rx
GSM900:

90deg
shift(1/2)
4
1
AFCDAC (A)

TCX801

26MHz
VCTCXO

35

RF Synthesiser

28

38,39

IF Synthesiser

IFVCO
656 MHz
640 MHz
640 MHz
656 MHz

PCS1900

640 MHz

512 to 810:

6,10,12

3,7,8,16

10
90deg
Shift(1/2)

6
4

90deg
Shift(1/2)

IC801
15515502
RF

FL902
SAW FILTER

DCS1800 Band;
Tx: 1710.2 to 1784.8 MHz
Rx: 1805.2 to 1879.8 MHz

PCS1900 Band;
Tx: 1850.2 to 1909.8 MHz

DCS RX

Rx: 1930.2 to 1989.8 MHz

2,3,5,10
4

3
1

PCS RX

LNA
3

4
2,5

FL903
SAW FILTER

Figure 2 RF BLOCK DIAGRAM

4 -- 3

FL803
RFSW

Tx: 880.2 to 914.8 MHz


Rx: 925.2 to 959.8 MHz

LNA

Serial data
interface

GSM900 Band;
9

PGA

GSM900 RX

LNA

2,5,8,11,15,16,18

29
32
30

J801
RF CONNECTOR
2
1
FL905

Loop
filter

PGA Part

SYNTHEN (D)
SYNTHDATA (D)
SYNTHCLK (D)

ANT801
AERIAL
TERMINAL

11

3700.8 to 3839.2 MHz

1/2

ARFCN
EGSM900 975 to 1023, 0 to 9:
10 to 124:
DCS1800 512 to 670:
671 to 885:

13

1/2
Loop
filter

15

DCS1800: 3610.4 to 3759.6 MHz


PCS1900: 3860.4 to 3979.6 MHz

1/2

3848.8 to 3979.2 MHz


3580.4 to 3729.6 MHz
3860.4 to 3979.6 MHz

4 -- 4

3,4

GX25

CONFIDENTIAL

[Power Supply]
VBAT
3.7V

USB_VBUS

Flash-Re Writable
4.0V/500mA
VBATSENSE
ISENSE

Aux
DAC
CONTROL
SIREAL
PORT

LIGHT2

IC503
TK73840G
REGULATOR

ON/OFF

IC507
74VHC1GT
LOGIC

4
CN502
EXTERNAL
CONNECTOR

0.18ohms
Charge
Timer

10
GATEDRIVE

CHG
DAC

VCHG
60mA
AINxP
VMIC
2.4V-2.5V-2.6V/1mA

Trickle Charge
REG6(VMIC)

IC102
Q5RW45BF
4.5V REGULATOR

REG2(VABB)
VSIM
2.75V-2.85V-2.95V/20mA
VCORE
1.72V-1.8V-1.9/80mA

REG4(VSIM)

VBAT7

REG5(VCORE)

LIGHT3(220/8)

PWM Output
Controler
VBAT6

REG14(VRTC)

VBAT1

REG1(VVCXO)

VBAT3(2)

REG19(VEXT)

VBAT8(2)

REG3(VMEM)

IC103
AD6537B
ANALOGUE BASEBAND

SIM I/F (VSIM) min 1.70V,max3.30V

VMEMSEL
Low:2.93V
High:1.88V

LIGHT1
30mA
VRTC
1.6V-1.8V-2.0V/20A
VT
2.71V-2.75V-2.79/10mA
VEXT(Not USED)
( )
2.75V-2.93V-3.00V/170mA
VMEM
2.75V-2.93V-3.00V/150mA

Core (Vcc)

min 1.70V,max1.90V

I/F (VINT)

min 1.70V,max3.30V

I/F (VMC)

min 1.70V,max3.30V

I/F (VUSB)

min 3.00V,max3.60V

IC106
AD6528B
DIGITAL
BASEBAND

RTC (VRTC) min 1.00V,max2.00V


BAT100
BACKUP
BATTERY

VINT

VMEM

I/F (VMEM)

min 2.70V,max3.30V

I/F (VEXT)

min 2.40V,max3.30V

LED
CIRCUIT

VIR
GPO_8

min 2.0V,max6.0V
max 40mA
min 2.0V,max3.6V
max 120

LOGIC
CIRCUIT

VINT

VBAT4

SIM CARD

UN101
INFRARED PORT
(IrDA)

Flash memory(128MB)

IC104
LRS1898
FLASH
MEMORY

Flash memory(32MB)
USB
CONNECT

SCRAM(64MB)

CORE
ON/OFF

3.2V/240mA

IC501
TK11132C
REGULATOR

SCRAM(32MB)
1.5kohms
15mA

Accessory
Connector

GPIO_39

IC105
TC7SZ08F
AND GATE

VINT
3.0V 300mA

IC111
BH30MA3W
REGULATOR

MAX125mA

0.63 A

ILEDA1 CC 500A~32mA
ILEDA2 CC 500A~32mA

IC108
1323B30G
REGULATOR
V-VIB
3.0V/150mA

ON/OFF

MO100
VIBRATOR
Stall : 2.4V/110 mA
Rated : 3V/95 mA

LED

LIGHT3
VDD

IC604
YMU762C
SOUND

HVDD2
CVDD
HVDD1

AVDD
DVDD

VCORE
ON/OFF

3.0V/150mA

2.5 A

VDD_3.0

IC403
R118030B
REGULATOR

V-TCXO
(V-TCXO) 2.9V 120mA

ON/OFF
(V-RF)
RECHARGEABLE
LI-ION
BATTERY

ON/OFF

min 2.7V, typ 3.0 max3.3V


max 3mA
min 1.62V, typ 1.8V max1.98V
max 6mA
min 1.62V, typ 1.8V max1.98V
max 6mA

V-RF
2.9V 120mA

Core

min2.5V,typ3.0V max3.3V
max3mA
min1.62V,typ1.8V max1.98V

Module

min2.25V,typ3.0V max3.30V

Analog

min2.55V,typ2.8V max3.05V

I/OAnalog

min2.55V,typ2.8V max3.05V
Digital
20mA(VGA at 15fps)

3.0V
1.8V REG
1.8V

IC804
R5322P
VOLTAGE REGULATOR

V-TCXO
2.9V

V-RF
2.9V

VTCXO

Figure 3 POWER SUPPLY BLOCK DIAGRAM

45

LCD101
EXTERNAL
DISPLAY

IC704
LR38863
DISPLAY
CONTROLLER
IC603
LR38876
CAMERA I/F
CONVERSION
LSI

CAMERA UNIT

1.7V~3.6V max40mA
1.70V 1.78V 1.85V
1.7V~1.9V

IC402
BC313143
BLUETOOTH MODULE
(BlueCoer3-ROM)

VRF
PA_VDD

LCD100
MAIN
DISPLAY

min 2.85V,typ3.0V,max3.15V
min 2.85V,typ3.0V max3.15V
min 2.8V,typ3.0V max3.15V

Logic
Analog

CORE

IC602
TK11128C
REGULATOR

TCXOON

Analog

I/O

IC601
XC621918
REGULATOR

2.8V/240mA

min 2.9V,typ3.0V,max3.1V
max 1mA at5.4MHz
min 2.9V,typ3.0V max3.1V
max 8mA at 5.4MHz

Logic

PLL

MP4_PO(LCDC)
ON/OFF

Internal circuit
MAX:100A
(VDD=3.0V 1/26Duty 1/5Bias Ta=25C

V-LCDC
VCORE
1.8V 200mA
ON/OFF
BUFOFF(ECO)
ON/OFF
GTDIO_B(LCDC)
1.8V/ 150mA
ON/OFF

LED
VDDIOO

MTR

IC703
R11618FB
REGULATOR

ILEDA1 CC 500A~32mA
ILEDA2 CC 500A~32mA

33mA

250mA

ILEDA1 CC 500A~32mA
ILEDA2 CC 500A~32mA

VDC1,2
KEY PAD
BACKLIGHT

IC605
SC606AIT
POWER

Control Logic
max6.0V
Max4mA
Charge Pump
(1X, 1.5X, 2X)

PORT3/PWM0 (LCD)

VINT

VCORE
ON/OFF

EW1102

VBAT2

IC107
X61CN27N
VOLTAGE DETECTOR

4.5V

RF PART

CONFIDENTIAL
GX25
Phone
Service
E
Market
Manual 5. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD
CHAPTER
[1] Notes on schematic diagram

GX25

The voltage of each section is obtained by measuring between the


section and chassis using a digital multimeter [handset (phone) out
of range].

Letters K and M are prefixed to ohm (unit of resistance).


K means 1000 ohms and M means 1000 kohms.

Conditions: SIM card inserted, power on, in stand-by mode


(opened)

Capacitor:

Schematic diagram and Wiring Side of P.W. Board for this model
are subject to change for improvement without prior notice.

Parts marked with are important for maintaining the safety of


the set. Be sure to replace these parts with specified ones for maintaining the safety and performance of the set.

Resistor:

P is an abbreviation for pico and a farad (unit of capacitance)


without P means microfarad. Expressions capacitance/withstand
voltage are used for electrolytic capacitors.
(CH), (RH), (UJ): Temperature compensation
(ML): Mylar type
(S): Styrol type
(PP): Polypropylene type

[2] Types of transistor and LED


B
(3)
(G)
E
(1)
(S)

TOP
VIEW

C
(2)
(D)

S1
G1
S2

TOP
VIEW

G2
2SK3019
DC114 YETG

TOP VIEW

1SS388F
RB160M30
RB52030T
RB52130T
MA2SD31

D1

D1

D2

3
1

NSBC143 TP

ECH8603

TOP VIEW

TOP VIEW

RSB6.8S

YPY1105C

TOP VIEW
TOP VIEW
TOP VIEW

PY1103CF

TOP
VIEW

D2

EW1102AT

2W0110VY

51

PD
PD
3

TOP
VIEW
EC4301 C
EC4401 C

TOP VIEW

EW008BB5
NSCB215T

PG
PS
2

GX25

CONFIDENTIAL

[3] Waveforms of circuit


1

13M-IN (CLKIN)
(Items on
Main display)

C833
(IC106 142Pin)

DCLK
(Items on
Main display)

R711 or C717

13M-OUT_T
(Items on
Main display)

R166
(IC106 84Pin)

VSYNC
(Items on
Main display)

CN704 23Pin

13M-OUT_L
(Items on
Main display)

R179
(IC106 105Pin)

32K_IN
(Items on
Main display)

RF Test Tool
Tx test
Data pattern...TCS 5

IP
C811
(IC801 23Pin)

IN
C811
(IC801 24Pin)

QP
C812
(IC801 25Pin)

10

QN
C812
(IC801 26Pin)

RF Test Tool
Rx test
channel_62, Gain 64dB, SniffOFF

R174A
(IC106 49Pin)

IP
C811
(IC801 23Pin)

IN
C811
(IC801 24Pin)

QP
C812
(IC801 25Pin)

10

QN
C812
(IC801 26Pin)

52

GX25

CONFIDENTIAL

RF Test Tool
Rx test
GSM900, DCS1800 Band

RF Test Tool
Tx test
GSM900 Band

11

12

BS4
R1863
(IC802 41Pin)

13

BS3
C872
(FL803 12Pin)

14

BS1
C870
(FL803 10Pin)

15

BS2
C871
(FL803 6Pin)

BS5
C1863
(IC802 40Pin)

RF Test Tool
Tx test
DCS1800, PCS1900 Band

11

BS4
R1863
(IC802 41Pin)

12

BS5
C1863
(IC802 40Pin)

RF Test Tool
Rx test
PCS1900 Band

13

BS3
C872
(FL803 12Pin)

14

BS1
C870
(FL803 10Pin)

15

BS2
C871
(FL803 6Pin)

RF Test Tool
Tx test
GSM900 Band

13
14
15

BS3
C872
(FL803 12Pin)
BS1
C870
(FL803 10Pin)

RF Test Tool
Rx test
GSM900 Band (channel 62)

16

SYNTHEN
IC801 29Pin

17

SYNTHCLK
IC801 30Pin

18

SYNTHDATA
IC801 32Pin

BS2
C871
(FL803 6Pin)

RF Test Tool
Tx test
DCS1800, PCS1900 Band

13

BS3
C872
(FL803 12Pin)

14

BS1
C870
(FL803 10Pin)

15

BS2
C871
(FL803 6Pin)

53

CONFIDENTIAL

GX25

[4] Schematic diagram/Wiring side of P.W.Board

GX25

5-16 (6-F)

FROM SIM FPC PWB-E


9 10 11 12

Q104
NSBC143 TP

VMEM
2.94V
2.84V
2.85V

0V

7 SGND

0V

2 Vcc
1 GND

R173
470

C197
4.7
a 5-13 (12-E)
BT_RESET_B

L113
FERRITE
BEADS

IC108
1323B30G
REGULATOR

C141
1

1 VOUT

D105
RB52130T

BT_PCMCLK
VBAT

BT_PCMSYNC

VIN 4

BT_RXD

2 VSS ON/OFF 3

BT_TXD
BT_CTS
BT_RTS

USB_PU

NRD2

/LCD_CS

USC[4]

1.8V 2.85V 3.0V


VRTC VSIM VINT

3.0V
VINT

1.8V
3.2V
VCORE VUSB

C183
0.1

C187
0.1

MA3_RESET

21

CAMINT

22

LCDRSP

23

13M_CLK

24

GND

25

MA3_INT

26

BUFOFF

27

WE

28

RD

29

GND

30

GND

31

GND

32

E 41 42

113 114115

116 117 118

43 44

F 45 46

119 120121

122 123 124

47 48

G 49 50

125 126127

128 129 130

51 52

K 61 62

131 132 133

134 135 136

63 64

L 65 66

137 138 139

140 141 142

67 68

R226
10K

TP178

C105
0.1

1 IN(-) Vdd 5

146 147 148

R132
100K

BS4
BS1

BAT100
BACK-UP
BATTERY

BS2
SYNTHEN

SYNTHCLK

79 80

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

3 41 5

9 10 11 12 3 14 15 16 17 18

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

36

38 39

42

40 41

[/Wait of Intel Flash] NWAIT 188

GND

33

GND

34

VINT

35

D3

36

FL221
8
EMI FILTER

D5

37

D7

38

D8

39

D13

40

D0

41

D10

42

D2

43

D6

44

D1

45

D4

46

D14

47

D12

48

VBAT

49

VBAT

50

D11

51

D9

52

D15

53

A17

54

A19

55

A18

56

A1

57

A2

58

VCORE

59

GND

60

GND

61

GND

62

GND

63

GND

64

GND

44

45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54

55

56

58

59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68

69

70

72

73 74

75 76

77

87 88

89

90

95 96 97 98

99 100

101

102

105 106

107 108 109 110

111 112

113

114

116

117 118

119 120 121 122

123 124

125

126

127

128

129 130

131 132

133

134

135

136

137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146

147

148

149

150

151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160

161

162

163

164 165

166 167

168

169

170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183

184

80

81 82

83 84 85 86

91

92

93 94

103

104

115

186

187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204
TOP VIEW

127 AGND0
128 AGND0

RESET 97

129 AGND0
130 AGND0

REFIN 31
REFBB 10
AGND2

AGND1

AGND0

AGND0

AGND0

AGND0

AGND0

AGND0

AGND0

&RSVD_A16 16
&RSVD_C16 36

C150
1

C155
1
5

4
R174A
10M

5-6 (6-E)

KEYLED TP165
G

R276
47

47 CLKOUT_GATE

ADD[12] 72

84 CLKOUT

[Typhoon 13MHz Output]

ADD[13] 71

4 GPIO_48

[Mode Select of Software]

ADD[14] 80

142 CLKIN

ADD[16] 95

159 CLKON

ADD[17] 92

R210
0

63 PWRON

ADD[19] 91

189 NRESET

ADD[20] 106

39 52 61 65 81 86 87 107 109 111 123 129 137 144 147 153 201

R181
100

10

1
VCORE
1.8V

FL103
NOISE
FILTER

DATA[0]
DATA[1]
DATA[2]
DATA[3]
DATA[4]
DATA[5]
DATA[6]
DATA[7]
DATA[8]
DATA[9]
DATA[10]
DATA[11]
DATA[12]
DATA[13]
DATA[14]
DATA[15]
3.0V
VINT
TP155
ADD[1]
ADD[2]
TP137

ADD[3]

TP138

ADD[4]
ADD[6]
ADD[7]

C148
0.1

ADD[8]
ADD[9]

ADD[1]

ADD[10]

ADD[2]

ADD[11]

TP140

ADD[3]

ADD[12]

ADD[4]

ADD[13]

TP141

ADD[5]

ADD[14]

ADD[6]

ADD[15]

ADD[7]

ADD[16]

ADD[8]

ADD[17]

ADD[9]

ADD[18]

ADD[10]

ADD[19]

ADD[11]

ADD[20]

ADD[12]

ADD[21]

60 34 47 18 45 46 67 69 21 37 30 22 70 63
66 A0
59 A1
58 A2
57 A3
65 A4
64 A5

36

38
DQ0 51
DQ1 52
DQ2 43
DQ3 44

9 10 11 12

DQ4 27

9 10 11 12

DQ5 28
DQ6 26

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

DQ7 20

14 A8

29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

DQ8 50

16 A9

37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44

DQ9 49

15 A10

45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52

4 A11

53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60

8 A12

H 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72

55 A7

ADD[15]
ADD[16]

C192
10P(CH)

35

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

ADD[14]

ADD[23]

R179
82

IC104
LRS1898
FLASH
MEMORY

41

56 A6

ADD[13]

ADD[22]

ADD[22] 103

156

C137
0.1

ADD[5]
TP139

ADD[23] 108
[13MHz clock
105
for LCDC and sound IC] GPIO_40

X101
32kHz

FL222
EMI FILTER

ADD[19]

R180
100

ADD[18] 93

28 OSCOUT

10

ADD[17]

R209
0

ADD[15] 94

49 OSCIN

FL223
EMI FILTER

DQ10 42
DQ11 40
DQ12 33

7 A13

DQ13 25

6 A14

DQ14 19

5 A15

TP163

13 24 54 53 39 3 23 9 68 29

2 10 11 12 61 62 71 72 31 32 48

DQ15 17

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

ADD[17]
ADD[18]
ADD[19]
ADD[21]

C176
2P(CH)

ADD[22]
ADD[23]

5-6 (1-H)

ADD[20]

/RESET
G

MA3_CS

ADD[21] 104

R167
20M

IC109
TC7SZ32F
LOGIC

88 104 70

ADD[11] 57

C173
0.001

C129
0.1

TP162

NWE2

ADD[9] 58
ADD[10] 83
[Typhoon RESET]

TP124

10

TP136

ADD[1] 45

22 ASFS

3.0V
VINT

ADD[2]

DATA[15] 169

19 ASDI

R143
330

NRD2

DATA[12] 163

ADD[8] 73

DBBON(PWRON) 87

ADD[1]

DATA[14] 152

1 ASDO

/LCD_CS

DATA[13] 139

ASDI 41

TP135

DATA[11] 164

ADD[7] 43

VCXOEN

10

FL220
EMI FILTER

ADD[18]

DATA[10] 149

23 BSIFS

R150
0

DATA[15]

/CAM_CS

DATA[9] 138

BSOFS 49

INT 37

R214
TP134 0

DATA[8] 150

ADD[6] 74

VCORE
TP154

R275 2
47

TP132

DATA[7] 135

2 BSDI

R154
470K

TP131

DATA[6] 136

BSDO 42

TCXOEN

3.0V
VINT

DATA[5] 117

ADD[5] 59

C151
0.001

3.0V
VINT

LT_SCK

DATA[4] 127

ADD[4] 37

MCLK 65

VBAT

DATA[3] 119

ADD[2] 38

13MHZ_CLK_TYPHOON

FL219
EMI FILTER

TP153

DATA[2] 115

ADD[3] 60

6 GPO_29

USB_PU

DATA[1] 118

3 BSOFS

R166
0

MA3_INT

DATA[0] 116

78

185

R217
0

[Revision 0] BURSTCLK 190

24 BSDO

R144
0

R218
470K

[Revision 1] NADV 171

25 CSDI

MCLKEN 58

AGND0

C207
0.1
[/LBS] NLWR 187

20

96 CSFS

ASFS 46

AGND0

VMC

[/UBS] NHWR 185

BSDI 50

ASDO 38

AGND0

VINT

NWE 165

CSFS 66

ABBRESET 69

132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 29 32 11 67 112

VDDUSB

VEXT

VEXT

VEXT

VEXT

VEXT

VMEM

VMEM

VEXT

C191
0.1

C182
0.1

VMEM

VSIM

VMEM

VDDRTC

VCC

VCC

CSDO 53
BSIFS 45

R274 2
47

R189
470K

&VBAT8

&VBAT6

VCC

168 GPO_20 [SYNTHDATA]


162 GPO_21 [SYNTHCLK]
46 CSDO

119 AGND0
120 AGND0

AGND0

161 GPO_18 [SYNTHEN]


186 GPO_19 [Audio select]

AUDIO_SELECT
SYNTHDATA

CSDI 54

117 AGND0
118 AGND0

AGND0

[WP of Super-AND Flash] ADD[0] 21

TOP VIEW

AGND0

F 57
G 71
79

H
180 GPO_03 [reserve]
J
181 GPO_04 [Modesel1 of Interface IC]
K
7 GPO_05 [ASM]
L
26 GPO_06 [Not use]
M
182 GPO_07 [power on/off of Bluetotth]
N
202 GPO_08 [IrDA Power on/off]
P
203 GPO_09 [BS3]
R
204 GPO_10 [Bufoff]
T
167 GPO_11 [BS4]
U
183 GPO_16 [BS1]
V
184 GPO_17 [BS2]

C186
0.01

R224
0

R192
470K
R194
470K

R120
470K

R116
470K

BUFOFF

BACK-UP
BATTERY
HOLDER

NRD 151

75 76

131 AGND0

IC114
TC75S58A
COMPARATOR

NC

BS3

ASM 57

T 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112

AGND0

3 IN(+) Out 4

TCK 18

R141
100K

71 72

P 77 78

AGND0

2 Vss

C231
0.1

NC

TP130

BT_POWER_ON

TXON 62

R 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96

AGND0

C232
0.1

TMS 17

VRTC

RXON 61

115 AGND0
116 AGND0

AGND0

R267 R266
68K 470K
C219
0.1

3.0V
VINT

NC

59 60

125 AGND0
126 AGND0

C220
0.1

GPI 34

55 56

123 AGND0
124 AGND0
VMIC

NC

TDI

121 AGND0
122 AGND0

AUDIO_OUT
G

TDO 33

NC

27 GPO_00 [RXON]
48 GPO_01 [TXON]
200 GPO_02 [WP of Intel Flash]

10

F-Vpp

39 40

TP147

TP157

[Sound_IC /CS] GPIO_46 175

D 37
E 43

NC

D 37 38

N 73 74

113 AGND0
114 AGND0

TP106

R203
7.5K

[USB D+]

[SRAM /CS] GPIO_45 174

1
B 19
C 21

F/SC-Vcc

35 36

143 144 145

TP128
TP156

C165
0.1

NC

C 33 34

M 69 70

39 REFCHG
8 TEMP2

C125
0.1

TH101
10K
THERMISTOR

C132
1

V102
100P

C124
1

C103
47P(CH)

AUDIO_IN
G

5-6 (4-D)

AIN3N

20

AIN3N

NC

9 10 11 12 3 14 15 16

H 53 54

27 REFOUT
25 TEMP1

R101
470K

TP121

R268
120K

5-6 (6-G)

AIN3P

19

C195
0.01

R227
0

F/SC-Vcc

IC106
AD6528B
DIGITAL BASEBAND

[LCD RSP]

NC

85 MC_DAT[3] [SD card]

NC

NC

TP197

3 41 5

[Revision 2] NAUXCS1 192


[Camera /CS] GPIO_43 193

29 MC_DAT[2] [SD card]

TP198

NC

NGPCS1 172

[Mode select of Software] GPIO_44 155

NC

NC

&NC_T12 108

[PSRAM2 /CS] NRAMCS2 154

[SD card]

64 MC_DAT[1] [SD card]

GPIO_36

NC

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

[PSRAM1 /CS] NRAMCS1 191

[SD card]

NC

R273 2
47

[Camera Power ON/OFF 2] GPO_23 42


[Flash_Memory_1 /CS] NROMCS1 140

10 MC_DAT[0] [SD card]

NC

[GPIO_31 / Genie RX / (RTC monitor)]

DATA[9]

/RST

131 USC[6]

NC(F2-CE)

[Flash VPP] GPO_22 75

LT_SDA

NC

75 LGND

AGND0

5-6 (6-H)

CAMCS

18

R235
0

AIN3P

C170
0.1

NC

DATA[11]

F-/WP

[CTS / Genie TX]

121 DMINUS [USB D-]

BS5

B 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

71 LIGHT2
72 LIGHT3

R229
10K
R107
0

L103
33nH
C126
47P(CH)

MA3_CS

17

4
3

NC

BT_RXD

TP196

96 AIN1N
79 AIN2P

125 USC[5]

50 MC_CMD

USB_DTP110

TP167

[USB pullup control of Interface IC] GPIO_39 34

176 DPLUS

C164
1

NC

[RTS / Genie RX]

11 GPIO_22

&NC_T15 111

DATA[12]

F-/WE

VBAT

76 VMI C
80 AIN1P

C134
68 LIGHT1
47P(CH)

C117
0.001

&VBAT8

&VBAT7

VBAT5

VBAT4

VBAT3

VBAT3

VBAT2

VBAT2

VBAT1

NC_G16

NC_R12

&NC_B07

ISENSE

&NC_B05

BATTYPE

VEXT

134 USC[4]

97 MC_CLK

USB_D+

&VBAT_NET 100

J 57 58

L104
33nH

NC

VEXT 20

95 AIN2N

C113
0.001

&NC_E15 43

[Sound IC Interrupt] GPIO_38 17

NC

LCD_RSP

3.0V
VEXT

BT_TXD

F-RY/-BY

C116
47P(CH)

C133
47P(CH)

C123A
0.1

R262
6.8K

NC

VRTC 103

IC103
AD6537B
ANALOGUE BASEBAND

60 &AOUT3P

R126
64 &AOUT3N
0

C122
47P(CH)

26 AUXADC1
9 AUXADC2

LT_SCK

16

NC

C112
47P(CH)

&NC_F16 48

DATA[14]

GND

C121A
0.1

NC

89 AOUT2N

L124
105 AOUT2N
FERRITE BEADS

VCORE
1.8V TP171

C162
0.47

BT_PCMIN

GND

R263
6.8K

TP120

VMIC

R125
2.2K

91 AOUT2P
107 AOUT2P

&NC_E16 44

[Genie RX]

DATA[4]

TP195

R122
2.2K

VVCXO 40

145 USC[3]

DATA[1]

/LB

R117
2.2K

C200
47P(CH)
R115 C121
47P(CH)
100

106 SPWR
90 SPWR

[Typhoon Interrupt] GPIO_37 35

NC
NC

VT
2.75V

BT_PCMOUT
BT_PCMSYNC

/UB

R118
2.2K

C108
10

C123
4.7

JK101
HANDS FREE
CONNECTOR

AGND(PP1~)

15

C149
47P(CH)

R225
0

DATA[6]

/OE

TP176

V101
100P

AGND

14

R185
0

R110
0

DATA[2]

F1-/CE

R112
0

R108
18K

R102
470

VMEM
2.93V TP170

BT_PCMCLK

IC115
EW6671F
HALL

GND

C107
10

C131
47P(CH)

R119
27K

R127
47

C159
1
C160
1
C161
1

VCORE 73

[TXD]

C198
0.1

CAM_INT

DATA[10]

A21

0V

C153
Q107
47P(CH) EC4401 C
C156
2.2
TP119

AOUT2P
G

ZD102
RSB6.8S
6.8V

RECEVER_P

13

R233
0

TP190

DATA[13]
DATA[0]

A20

GPIO_36

VSIM
2.85V TP169

R161
0

DATA[8]

3 Out

/LCD_RESET

R188
0

Gnd 2

A19

ND

0V

VCORE 77

133 USC[2]

DATA[5]

NC

NG

59 AOUT1P
63 AOUT1N

[Audio POP sound is controlled] GPIO_36 18

R197
0

NC

ND

VMEM 99

[RXD]

[LCD Controller /CS] GPIO_42 141

C158
2.2

USB_DET

[Camera Power ON/OFF 1] GPIO_35 20

[Flash_Memory_2 /CS]

DATA[3]

FL101
NOISE
FILTER

CE2

L102
FERRITE
BEADS

ZD101
RSB6.8S
6.8V

NS

VMEM 98

93 &AIN3P
94 &AIN3N

146 USC[1]

4
2

1 Vdd

SC-/WE

0V

Q106
EC4301 C
L101
C101
FERRITE
47P(CH) BEADS

VEXT
3.0V

VSIM 102

DGND

MIC100
MICROPHONE

0V

PD

0V

C143
47P(CH)

TDO

VABB

[Genie TX]

158 GPIO_20 [TDI]


199 GPIO_21 [TDO]

VABB 56

SGND

TP102

0V

C106
47P(CH)

C147
47P(CH)

L108
FERRITE BEADS

28 PA
30 AFCDAC

SGND

TP101

PG

RECIVER_OUTN

C163
47P(CH)

C120
0.01 L107
FERRITE BEADS

C179
0.01

C180
47P(CH)

C115
1

RECIVER_OUTP

AFCDAC
C135
47P(CH)

TP164

VMEMSEL 83

AGND4

PD

C166
1

AIN3N
G

TDI

&GND_NET1 101

AGND3

2.98V

PS

RECIVER_OUTP
G

R156
470K

RECEVER_N

12

DATA[7]

SC-/CE1

AFCDAC
AIN3P
G

RECIVER_OUTN
G

LT_SDA

11

BUFOFF

GPIO_09

[UART RXD of Bluetooth] GPIO_33 55

148 USC[0]

A18

AFCDAC

MTR

10

R234
0

MA3_INT

BT_RESET_B

[PCM DATAOUT of Bluetooth] GPIO_17 56

122 GPIO_18 [TCK]


198 GPIO_19 [TMS]

TMS

NC

HOOK_SW

[PCM SYSNC of Bluetooth] GPIO_16 70

Flash BOOT

178 JTAGEN

TCK

KEYOUT 109

UART BOOT

C199
0.1

A17

PA

Low

[PCM CLK of Bluetooth] GPIO_14 76


[PCM DATAIN of Bluetooth] GPIO_15 69

VSSUSB

PA

R165
10K

JTAGEN

KEYON 110
&NC_R01 81

15 QP
14 QN

Boot
Control1

VSSRTC

QN

TP129

USC[6]

[Camera Controller Interrupt] GPIO_13 88

High
Low
USB BOOT
USB BOOT
(Internal
High (External
referance clock) referance clock)

GND

QN

74 82 78 47 86
&GND_NET2

QP

GATEDRIVE

QP

VBATSENSE

IN

5-8 (2-F)

2.98V

USC[1]

35 51 55 3 19 85 84

Boot Control0

GND

PA

3.0V
VINT

VBAT

USC[4]

92 52

14 KEYPADCOL[1]

[LCD Driver RESET] GPIO_12 78

GND

QN

5-8 (1-A)

IN

12 IP
13 IN

7 24 22 21 23

[Flip Detect] GPIO_11 99

R174
0

QP

IP

IN

5-8 (2-D)

IP

VCHG(VCHGIN)

IP

67 KEYPADCOL[0]

3.0V
VINT

[UART TXD of Bluetooth] GPIO_34 36

USC[0]

USC[5]
5

[USB detect] GPIO_10 77

12 GPIO_56 [Boot Control 0]

3.0V
VINT

USC[3]

R128
91K

15 KEYPADROW[4]

51 GPIO_55 [Boot Control 1]

R106
470K

5-6 (6-C)

[Manufacturer] GPIO_09 90

13 KEYPADCOL[4]

USC[2]

BATTYPE

53 KEYPADROW[3]

GND

BS5

G
3.51V

C203
1

R136
470K

[Bluetooth RESET] GPIO_08 100

GND

5-8 (2-H) BS5

Q101
2SK3019 S 3.62V

R130
3.3K

SYNTHEN

TP116

C214
1

16 KEYPADROW[2]

32 KEYPADCOL[3]

KEYPADCOL[4]

2 Vout GND 5

[HOOK Detect] GPIO_07 89

33 KEYPADCOL[2]

KEYPADCOL[3]

4
3 Vout
NOISE

TP173

D102
RB160M30

1 VIN STBY 6

R2002
0

54 KEYPADROW[1]

GND

SYNTHEN
G

TP115

SYNTHDATA

1 GND CE 4

3.0V
VINT

C213
1

NC

GND

SYNTHDATA

SYNTHCLK

C233
1

KEYPADCOL[2]

[LCD Interrupt] GPIO_06 102

BT_CTS

40 KEYPADROW[0]

GND

SYNTHCLK
G

TP114

NC

2 VDD
3
VOUT

IC105
TC7SZ08F
AND GATE

BT_RTS

NC

GND

BS4

BS4

D 5

R131
330

KEYPADCOL[1]

FL102
NOISE
FILTER

USB_CURRENT_CTL

[VUSB regurator ON/OFF] GPIO_05 101

GND

3.8V

R133
0.18

KEYPADCOL[0]

3 GND

[UART CTS of Bluetooth] GPIO_04 112

GND

BS3

3.8V

D 6

D101
RB52030T

KEYPADROW[4]

[IrDA Tx]
GPIO_00 126
[IrDA Rx]
GPIO_01 124

157 GPIO_47

GND

BS3

LCDRESET

LCD_RSP

[UART RTS of Bluetooth] GPIO_03 114

GND

3.54V
3 S
3.55V
4 G

0.21V

KEYPADROW[3]

30

[USB Current Control] GPIO_02 113

GND

BS2

BS2

D 7

IC111
BH30MA3W
REGULATOR

VBAT

C146
0.1

2 G

0.21V

C145
0.1

BS1

D 8

C144
10

BS1

KEYPADROW[2]

Vcc 5

NC

R104
2K

1 S

IC102
Q5RW45BF
4.5V
REGULATOR

NC

5-8 (1-B) TCXOEN

TCXOEN

0V

NC

Q102
ECH8603

0V

Vss OUT

TP182

C138
0.001

USC[6]

TP181

IC107
X61CN27N
VOLTAGE
DETECTOR

3.79V

R103
0

USC[4]

TP180

R105
27K

TP159

NC

USC[2]

TP179

KEYPADROW[1]

5-4 (6-E)
BC1

USC[1]

TP152

KEYPADROW[0]

USC[0]

TP151

5-8 (2-E)

3.2V
VUSB

5.2V
CHGIN

USC[5]

TP150

5-8 (2-H)

C127
0.1

USC[3]

TP149

3.0V
VINT

194

NC

JTAGEN

TP125

A16

NC

41 66 68 110 166 179

CAM_INT

NC

MA3_RESET

44 79 128 170 173

NWE2

195 GPIO_23 [SIM RESET]


197 GPIO_24 [Sound IC RESET]

GND

VINT
3.0V

TP118

177 SIMCLK

/CAM_CS
MA3_RESET

VMEM

C181
0.1
TDI

VCC

SIMRST

VCC

TMS

196 SIMDATAIO

VCC

SIMCLK

VCC

TCK

143

GND

TP108

SIMIO

GND

TP107

TDO

31 62 82 98 120 130 132 160


VCC

VINT
3.0V

FL104
NOISE
FILTER

C188
0.1

C184
0.1

C178
0.1

TP105

TP109

LCDWAIT

FL105
NOISE
FILTER

MA3_CS

T1

C177
0.1

LT_SCK

R160
470K

USC[6]

TP104

AOUT2P

R228
0

NC

TP103

TEMP

RECIVER_OUTP

USB_CURRENT_CTL

R148
470K

LCDCS

R175 RECIVER_OUTN
0
G

NC

GPIO_09

USB_CHG_EN

GND

LT_SDA
1.8V
VCORE

NC VDD

5-6 (5-D)
5-6 (6-G)
5-6 (5-D)

GND

USC[1]

AUDIO_SELECT

GND

/LCD_RESET

AUDIO_SELECT
USB_CURRENT_CTL
G
GPIO_09

R231
0
AOUT2P

A22

USC[6]

CN101

TEMP1

USC[5]

5-6 (6-F)

5-6 (1-F)

5-6 (2-F)

BT_RXD
G

R182
0

NC

USC[4]

BT_PCMSYNC
G
BT_PCMIN

R199
470K

USB_DET

BT_PCMCLK
5-6 (2-F)
G
BT_PCMOUT

FROM
DISPLAY PWB-B

5-6 (2-E)
BT_TXD 5-6 (1-E)
G
BT_CTS
5-6 (2-F)
G
BT_RTS 5-6 (1-E)

NC

5-6 (6-H)

NC

5-6 (6-G) USC[5]

BT_PCMIN

C139
1

USC[2]

5-6 (6-H)

BT_PCMOUT

5-6 (1-G)

BT_RESET_B

TP199

5-6 (5-D) USB_DET

USC[2]

POWONKEY

USB_D+
USB_D-

USC[1]

5-6 (6-F)

G
TP1004
TP

BT_POWER_ON

KEYPADROW[4]

5-6 (6-E) USB_D+

G
G

3 SD

KEYPADROW[0-4],KEYPADCOL[0-4],POWONKEY
G

5-7 (9-B)

5-6 (6-E) USB_PU

4 RXD

R184
470K

3.0V
VINT

5-6 (6-F) USB_D-

5 TXD

C196
4.7

R183
470K

TP113

UN101
2W0110VY
INFRARED PORT

0.01V

3.0V
VINT

SIMIO

SIMCLK

6 LED A

R170
0
R168
0
KEYPADCOL[1] R172
KEYPADROW[0] 470
R171
470
KEYPADCOL[2]

VSIM
2.85V

SIMRST

R169
0

TRANSMISSION SIGNAL

5-17 (7-D)

COL2

COL1

VSIM

SIMIO

ROW0

MTR

GND

4
SIMCLK

FROM RELAY FPC PWB-F

RECEPTION SIGNAL

SIMRST

CN103

VIB_GND

MAIN PWB-A (1/3)

BT_CLKREQOUT
G

TEMP1

TP174

5-8 (2-E)

TCXOOUT
G

TCXOOUT

NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 5-1.


1

(
4

) : Not Mount

Waveform numbers of 2 to 4 are shown on page 5-2.


8

10

Figure 1 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1/6)

5 -- 4

5 -- 5

11

12

CONFIDENTIAL

GX25

GX25

MAIN PWB-A (2/3)

R532
470

COL0

KEYPADCOL 0 KEYPADCOL 1 KEYPADCOL 2 KEYPADCOL 3 KEYPADCOL 4

RECEPTION SIGNAL

KEY
PADROW 0

TRANSMISSION SIGNAL

KEY
PADROW 1

Not

SIDE UP SIDE DOWN

MENU

RIGHT

GHOST

Not

Not

MENU
ROW 0

KEY
PADROW 2

UP

Not

SPECIAL

KEYPADCOL[1]
KEYPADCOL[2]

COL2

Not

SOFT2

COL3

KEYPADCOL[3]

ROW3

KEYPADROW[3]

ROW2

KEYPADROW[2]

R560
470

ROW1
COL4

SEND

KEY
PADROW 4

DOWN

SOFT1

SOFT2

SW_POWON
POWER ON/OFF

SPECIAL

V502
100P

DOWN

SEND

LEFT

SOFT1

KEYPADCOL[4]

KEYPADROW[0]

R544
470

ROW 4

UP

KEYPADROW[1]

R543
470

V506
100P

V505
100P

RIGHT

V504
100P

LEFT

Not

V503
100P

KEY
PADROW 3

KEYPADCOL[0]

COL1

KEYPADROW[4]
POWONKEY

5-4 (1-B)

R545
470

G
KEYPADCOL[0-4],KEYPADROW[0-4],POWONKEY
TP521

B
5.0V
VBUS_IN

3.2V
VUSB
TP507

C501
0.1

C505
22

TP527

R562
820

PC

Vfb

3
0V

PE 2

C510
1

IC507
74VHC1GT
LOGIC
5

R508
2.7K

R509
18K

0V

Vcc

R511
47K

ND

NS

4
ND

1
NG

R522
100K

64

PCM_CLK

77 XTAL_IN

56 LOOP_FILTER

10

10

RESET

PIO[4] 40
PIO[5] 46

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

31 32 33

37 38 39

PIO[6] 48
PIO[7] 47

34 35 36

PIO[8] 25

40 41 42

43 44 45

46 47 48

49 50 51

52 53 54

55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64

F
27

A
B

PIO[9] 23
PIO[10] 24
PIO[11] 39

34

RESET_B

NC

29

SPI_CSB

NC

30

SPI_CLK

NC

28

SPI_MOSI

NC

19

SPI_MISO

NC

65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74

75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84

AIO[0] 58

R401
0
1

IN

NC

GND 5

NC

GND 6

CN401
BLUETOOTH
AERIAL TERMINAL

NC

NC

NC

18

FLASH_EN

NC

USB_D-

USC[1]

C418
1.6P

USC[2]

ND

NG

ND

NS

ND

NC 57

0V

Q506
EC4301 C
PG
0V

0V

0V

0V

Q504
EC4401 C

PD

PS

PD

0V
0V

R506
1.5K

R512
0
R513
0

TP504

NC

5-4 (1-C)

VSS_RADIO

VSS_RADIO

VSS_RADIO

GPIO_09

USB/Hands Free AC/DC Charger ES

R528
0

GND USB

GND

GND UART

TP523

USB D+

Not connect

RXD

USB D-

Not connect

TXD

TP524

R529
0

USB VBUS

Not connect

Not connect

Not connect

Power Supply

Power Supply

Reserved

Reserved

Genie Rx

Audio-out

Not connect

Not connect
Manufacturer
Specific

Genie Tx
Manufacturer
Specific

Audio-in

Not connect

Not connect

GND

GND

GND

NC

3.0V
VINT

TP525

TP535
TP536

C416
0.01

3.0V
VINT

5-4 (1-H) AUDIO_OUT


USC[5]

10
11
12
13
14

B1

1
2

5-4 (1-B)

R538
0

R537
0

R539
0

D505
RB52130T

S 6
GND

Vcc 5

TP508

A 4

3
B0

NC
NC

5.2V
CHGIN

3.0V
VINT

NC

NC 75
VSS

VSS_ANA

VSS_ANA

VSS_ANA

VSS_VCO

VSS_VCO

VSS_MEM

R516
0

NC

CN502
EXTERNAL CONNECTOR

IC504
USBUF2WE
EMI FILTER

3.0V
VINT

TP505

3.0V
VINT

USC[6]

BLUETOOTH
AERIAL

5-4 (1-H)

AUDIO_IN

USC[4]

BT_CLKREQOUT
G

5-4 (1-B)

5-4 (5-H)

TP503

R520
0
B1

1
2

NC

NC

VSS_MEM

35 10 15 17 20 71 41 32 38 44 49 50 66 68 76 45

VSS_MEM

VSS_PADS

VSS_MEM

VSS_PIO

VSS_MEM

VSS_PIO

VSS_CORE

NC 65

NC

Vout
Np(Vref)

0V

TP526

NC

NC

NS

5-4 (1-B)

NC

NC

NC

NC 16

AN401

GND 3
GND 4

NC

ND

OUT 2

NC

NC

NG

0V

R504
10K

ND

0V

USB_D+

NC

TEST_EN

VSS_USB

NS

5-4 (1-B)
C417
2P(CH)

NC

26

VSS_USB

AIO[2] 69

NC

84 73

NC

AIO[1] 59

0V

V514
15P

C414
0.01
VDD_ANA

VDD_VCO

VDD_RADIO

PIO[3] 14
1

NC
NC

0V

R502
470K

4
PIO[2] 13

PCM_IN
PCM_SYNC

USB_PU

ND

R503
470K

C413
2P(CH)

R411
2.2
VDD_MEM

TX_B 37

54

2.93V

L403
22nH

NC

AUX_DAC 33

IC402
BC313143
BLUETOOTH MODULE

PCM_OUT

Q507
EC4401 C

NC

NC

NC

VDD_MEM

VDD_MEM

NC

USB_DN

R412
0

NC

USB_DP

82

NC

BT_RESET_B

VDD_MEM

72

NC

67 XTAL_OUT

5-5 (11-A)

VDD_MEM

NC

53

VDD_MEM

TX_A 43

BTCLK

NC

PIO[1]/TXEN 12

UART_CTS

BT_PCMCLK

5-8 (2-F)

NC

PIO[0]/RXEN 11

UART_RTS

52

/RESET

NG

V513
100P

5-5 (11-A)

VDD_PRG

UART_RX

0V

0V
1 0V

R505
470K

BT_PCMSYNC

BT_PCMIN
G

RF_IN 31

62

R564
10K

5-5 (11-A) BT_PCMOUT


5-5 (11-B)

FL401
BLUETOOTH
FILTER

63

BC1

0V

61

BT_RTS
BT_CTS

5-4 (5-H)

NC

2.954V

V512
15P

USB_DET

Q503
DC114 YETG
2

0V

60 70 81 42 21 22 55 78

VDD_CORE

UART_TX

VDD_RADIO

BT_RXD
G

5-5 (11-B)

74

36 51
VDD_PADS

BT_TXD

3
VDD_PIO

VREG_IN

79 80 83
VDD_USB

C402
1

Vin

3.0V
VINT

USB_CURRENT_CTL

5-4 (6-C)

C411
2.2

C409
0.01

R2015
0
NC

VREG_EN

IC403
R118030B
REGULATOR

R542
47K

C511
0.01

Q502
EC4401 C

C410
0.01

TP401

R406
470K

0V

5-4 (1-C)

VBAT

C401
1

0V

GND 3

3.2V
VUSB

C512
0.01

Q505
EC4401 C
0V

5-4 (1-B)

IC501
TK11132C
REGULATOR

ON/OFF 1

2
0V
0V 1

5-4 (1-H)

USB_CHG_EN

VCORE
1.8V

R540
0
Vin

R519
100K

Q501
DC114 YETG

TP529

LED562

LED561

5-8 (1-B)

TP528

G
KEYLED

9
Vout

G
VBAT

GND

NC

BOTTOM VIEW
9

6 GND

FS501
2.5A

TP501

R561
820

R565
820

LED559

LED560

R559
820

R556
820
LED556

LED555

LED553

LED554

R555
820

R554
820

R553
820

R552
820
LED551

LED552

R551
820

C507
1

BATT

LED559 LED562:
PY1103CF, YELLOW GREEN

BATTERY
VBAT

D502
1SS388F

SENSE 2

LED551 LED556:
PY1103CF, YELLOW GREEN

D503
RB160M30

TP502

TP510

CN501
BATTERY
CONNECT

TP515

R518
100K

TP520

VCORE
1.8V

IC503
TK73840G
REGULATOR

5-8 (1-A)

ACL

BATT
G

GND

TP533

VBAT

TP534

C504
0.001

GND

5-4 (3-D)

Cont

END/
POWER

BATTYPE
G

C513
1

TP509

C521
1

S 6
GND

Vcc 5
A 4

B0
G
AUDIO_SELECT

NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 5-1.


1

(
4

) : Not Mount
8

10

Figure 2 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2/6)

5 -- 6

5 -- 7

11

12

CONFIDENTIAL

GX25

MAIN PWB-A (3/3)

TRANSMISSION SIGNAL

RECEPTION SIGNAL

C812
22P(CH)

BS3

BS4

BS5

GSM
900

TX

HIGH LOW

HIGH HIGH

LOW

RX

HIGH LOW

LOW

LOW

LOW

DCS
1800

TX

LOW

HIGH LOW

HIGH

HIGH

RX

HIGH LOW

LOW

LOW

LOW

PCS
1900

TX

LOW

HIGH LOW

HIGH

HIGH

RX

LOW

LOW

LOW

LOW

LOW

VCCOPLL

VCCTXVCO

TXVCOD

TXOUTG

TXVCODB

TXOUTD

COMMONGND

35 VCXOB
36 VCC
VCXO

PCSGND 2

R803
0

7 Out2
8 Out1
9 Out2

R806A
0

R805A
0
3

GND

CAPI
VCCMIX

C855
47P(CH)
RX_GSM900

15

RX_DCS

1
2

3
4

5
BS2

C856
22P(CH)

6
7

C871
47P(CH)

VRF

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

9 10 11 12

GND
GSM850/
GSM
850_RX 900-TX
GSM
Vc850RX
900_RX
GSM1800/
GND
1900-TX
GSM
1800_RX VcGSMTx
GSM
VDD
1900_RX
Vc1
Vc2
ANT
GND
GND
8

DCS

HIGH HIGH

PCS

HIGH HIGH

C1823
100P
(CH)

NC
NC
NC
NC

NC

R1873
0
C1878
1P(CH)

C1876
2P(CH)
L1872
3.3nH

C1875
2P(CH)

RF-SWITCH

GSM

C1877
2P(CH)

DCS

PCS

BS1

BS2

BS3

HIGH

LOW

HIGH

RX

HIGH

LOW

LOW

TX

LOW

HIGH

LOW

RX

HIGH

LOW

LOW

TX

LOW

HIGH

LOW

RX

LOW

LOW

LOW

TX

15

13

14

C872
47P(CH) C873
0.001

13
12

11
BS1

10
9

C870
47P(CH)

C881
47P(CH)

14

C857
22P(CH)

HIGH LOW

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC 13

NC

37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49

C840
330P

NC
NC

RX_PCS

C845
0.1

NC

VCCLNA 1

CAPIB

GND

DCS/PCSOUT

NC

GND

NC

BS5

GSM

FL905
ESD DEVICE

J801
RF CONNECTOR
1

C831A
5P(CH)

L830
2.7nH

BUILT-IN
AERIAL
ANT801
1
2

C885
0.7P
L883 L884
10nH 12nH
1

R832
0

FL903
SAW FILTER

ANT802

C843 C844
0.0018 0.0018

R805
6.8K

C841
0.0033

BS1

BS2

5
GND
GSM900
IN
GND
GND
DCS
GND IN
10

PCSDCSGND 5
PCSLNAI 3

C837
0.1
BS1

NC 14

NC

16

BS5

C836
100P(CH)

C892
1P(CH)

FL902
SAW FILTER

6 Out1

R804
0

DCSLNAI 6

CAPQ

4 OUTPUT Vcc 3

L892
6.8nH

PCSLNAIB 4

CAPQB

GND 2

18

VCCRFLO

1 Vcont

L891
6.8nH

DCSLNAIB 7

34 VCXOE

DIVON

TCX801
26MHz
VCTCXO

33 GNDVCXO

VCCRFVCO

NC

FLOCK

NC 17

VRF

32 SDATA

17

L802
FERRITE
BEADS

5-4 (1-E) AFCDAC

31 VCXOOUT

PLL 12
OUT
GSMGND 11

DCSGSMGND 8

IC801
15515502
RF

BS4

C1822
0.01

FL803
RF SWITCH

GSMLNAI 9

16

CPRFSYN

BTCLK

30 CLK

VCCRFSYN

5-6 (1-F)

29 LE

C833
100P(CH)

R801
1.8K

TCXOOUT
5-4 (1-H)
5-4 (1-D) SYNTHDATA

VCC3GSM 18

NC 15

R1874
C1824 0
0.001

GSMLNAIB 10

27 VCCIFSYN

VTCXO

SYNTHCLK

R802
4.7K

C810
1

POWER AMP

VCCOUT 19

46 VCC1GSM

C850
0.015
R807
33

C851
0.0018

NC

NC 16

47 GND1GSM
48 GSM850/
GSM900IN

C1865
82P(CH)

NC 22

45 VRAMP

L1871
6.8nH

26 QOUTB/QINB
28 CPIFSYN

C835
0.1

SYNTHEN

TXVCOGB

IOUTB/
IINB
IOUT/IIN

25 QOUT/QIN

C831
0.0022

44 NC

24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13

C832
270P(CH)

IC802
RF3146
POWER AMP.

43 VBATT

L822
2.2nH

VCCIO

10

NC

NC

NC

C811
22P(CH)

5-4 (1-D)

L801
FERRITE BEADS

C842
0.1

QN

L821
2.2nH

TXOUT_GSM

TXVCOG

QP

R1862
100K

C830
1

NC

NC 23

VCCOUT 20

42 VBATT

C1866
100P NC
(CH)

R1861
47K

NC 24

VCC3DCS/PCS 21

41 TXENABLE

NC

C803
0.01

VCCBB

IP
IN

C1862
0.001

NC

R1860
0

R811
1

5-4 (1-D)

11

R1863
100K

VTCXO

C802
2.2

12

DCS/
37 PCSIN
38 NC
39 VCC1DCS/
PCS
40 BANDSEL

NC

TP801

C1863
100P(CH)

NC

TXOUT_DCS/PCS

BS3

5-6 (5-C) VBAT

36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

C807
0.01

GND
GSM850/
GSM900OUT
GND

C806
2.2
R810
1

NC

CE2 VOUT2 4

C860
47/6.3V

C867
47P(CH)

VRF

GND

GND

NC

VDD

NC
VCC2DCS/
PCS
GND

CE1 VOUT1 6

NC

C801
1

VCC2GSM

C1820
0.001

TP802

IC804
R5322P
VOLTAGE REGULATOR
5-4 (1-D) TCXOEN

FL823
FERRITE BEADS

BATT

5-6 (6-C) BATT

BS2

5-4 (1-E) PA

BS4

GX25

R806
6.8K
BS1
BS2

5-4 (1-D)

BS3
BS4

BS5

G
G
G
G
G

NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 5-1.


1

(
4

) : Not Mount

Waveform numbers of 1 , 7 to 18 are shown on pages 5-2, 5-3.


8

10

Figure 3 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (3/6)

5 -- 8

5 -- 9

11

12

GX25

CONFIDENTIAL

MAIN PWB-A (FRONT SIDE)


FROM

5-18 (4-H) RELAY FPC

PWB-F (REAR SIDE)


5-18 (2-C)

B FROM EARTH FPC PWB-C

31

R231

R227
R235

FL105
FL104

R182

IC115
1

R274

R185

FL220

R175

2
3

C199

RIGHT
SOFT

LEFT
SOFT

R197
R273

FL221

R275

10

C149

R276

15

55

FL222

20

50

FL223

R224
R161
R218

C186

45

R110
R160
C170

R217

FL102

40

25

30

FL101
R225

35

C195

60

CN101

FL103

R228
R234
R233

FL219

TP121

TP534

TP182
TP510
TP181
TP180
TP179
TP152
TP151
TP150
TP149
TP125
TP118
TP109
TP108
TP107
TP105
TP104

TP520

CENTRE
END/
POWER

SEND
TP801

TP198

CAMERA

TP164

R556

TP195

TP113

TP154

TP169

TP174

LED554

LED553
LED551

LED552

TP171

TP173

R561

R552

TP529

TP120

TP504

LED559

TP159
TP176

LED562
LED561

LED560

TP401

R562

R565

TP170

TP521

R559

R553

R554

R555

TP110

TP178

TP103

TP153

TP165

R551

LED555

TP167

TP163

TP802

LED556

TP505

TP509

TP507

R406
L101

IC403

C402

R2015

C401

TP523

TP515

L102
C101
TP119

TP508

TP536

TP129

TP535

TP528

ZD101

TP503

MIC100
MICROPHONE

TP102

TP524

TP101
TP526 TP525

This PWB employs lead-free solder.

Figure 4 WIRING SIDE P.W.BOARD (1/5)

5 10

GX25

CONFIDENTIAL

MAIN PWB-A (REAR SIDE)


C1863
R1863
C1866
R1861
R1862
C1865
R1860

12

FL905

15
5

13
12

C505

C1878

10

C1824

C892

IC109

C835 TCX801

IC501

C164
R229

R542

R115

C844

R528
C521
10

L124
L107
L108
R126

CN103

IC503

IC507

CN401

R118
C112
R125

C131
R102

R518

AN401

R529

C163
C123A
C113
C117
R262
C116
R117 R263

Q104

R504

C200
R127

R509
R508

R511
C513 Q505

IC402

R183
R184

BLUETOOTH
AERIAL
TERMINAL

C418
R401

Q507
Q502
Q504
Q506

R506

D503
3

C416

C196

UN101
INFRARED PORT

C197
R412
L403

R540

R411

C179
C180

C134 C133 C121A

C115 C120
C166 C135

R519 C511
R503 R502

C512
V514

R513

C510 C501

D
G S

Q101

R106

R522

V513

C158

4
C139 C507

C108

C123

C417

Q107

L113
Q501

R538
R539

D505

R104
C138
R520 Q503

IC107

R537 V512

R130
R516
R505
R564

R103

TP128

R105 R131
2

R156

TP124

FL401

IC108

C413

C127

C414

IC105

Q106

IC504

R168
R169
R170
R171
R172
R173

R545

C156

V504
V503
V502
V505
C198

C141
D105
C153

TP157

5-18 (6-B)

FROM
SIM FPC PWB-E

R122

TP130

X101

TP190
TP156

C147 10

IC103

R166
C151
R144
C161
R143

R544

R120 3

Q102

C145
R141

R512

43

C162

C146

C409 C411 C410

C107

TP162

TP155

R133

R199
D102

R188

C187
R136
C188
C182

R189
C203

C233 IC102

R805

37
36

C831

C144

V506
R560
R543
R532

R165
TP114

D101

35

C812

C177

R116
TP115

R128

IC111

C124
TH101

R2002
C207

IC106

R194

C178

C173
TP132
TP136

TP135
TP147
TP1004
TP116

C213
C214

TP140

R210
R209
R214
R179
C192
C183
C184

R192
R181
R180

TP141

25

C811

TP196

R174A R167 C181 C191 R154


C176 R174

C148

TP134

C137

30

24

C836

R150

40

C160
C159
C165

IC104

L802
C842

20

16
17
18
10
1
C121 C155
C106 R119
C143 R108
C122

R811

R226
C125
C150 R802
C832
C833

C803

R810

C129

IC80145

L822

C843

L801

C802

TP138 TP199

48

15

C810

C806

10

R801
C837
C840
R806
C841

C220 R266

TP106

IC804
4

L821

C845

12

R80713

C830

C851

C850
C807

C232 R267

R132

R203

TP131
TP139

TP137

R148

TP197

C231

IC114

R805A
R806A

L891
L892
R803
R804

C867
C860

BACK-UP
BATTERY
HOLDER
(104-3)

FL902

FL823

C801

BAT100
BACK-UP
BATTERY

14
13
15

FL803
C856

45
48

D502

JK101
HANDS FREE
CONNECTOR

R
18
74

FS501

C504

IC802

L103

TP502

C1822

20

TP501

R107 C103
R101 V102
C132 C105
V101
R112 R268 C219

24

30

40

L104

C126

11

C1862

C1823

CN501
CONTACT BATTERY

25

FL903 C871

C1876
R1873

36
37
35

L1871 C1875
C855

ZD102

L1872

C1820

TP533
TP527

C1877
C872
C873
C870
C881

J801
RF CONNECTOR

C857

C831A

L884

C885

ANT801

R832

ANT802

L830

L883

(103-4)
BUILT-IN
AERIAL

(103-5)
BLUETOOTH
AERIAL

CN502
EXTERNAL CONNECTOR

This PWB employs lead-free solder.


Waveform numbers of 1 to 4 , 7 to 18 are shown on pages 5-2, 5-3.
7

10

Figure 5 WIRING SIDE P.W.BOARD (2/5)

5 11

11

12

CONFIDENTIAL

GX25

GX25

DISPLAY PWB-B

BATTERY
VBAT1

SPEAKER SIGNAL

C601
1

1 VIN

CE 6

2 NC

Vss 5

NC

C606
1

NC

NC 4

3 VOUT

CAM_POW1
G
1.8V
VCAM_1R8V

R604
0

R605
0

3.0V
VINT

C604
0.01

R601
470K

TP607

TP601

C605
1

Vin

IC602
TK11128C
REGULATOR

IC601
XC621918
REGULATOR

NC

R606
0

CAM_POW2

TRANSMISSION SIGNAL

BATTERY
VBAT1

GND
Np(Vref)
Vout

R603
470K

2.8V
VCAM_2R8V

C602
0.1

Cont

RECEPTION SIGNAL

C608
1

C610
0.1

C609
0.1

CAM_STANBY
G

7
6

N.C.

/RST

LED

CLK1

DX

TEST5

TEST1

TEST4

TEST3

HVDD1

HVDD1
5

9 10

12 13 14 15 16 17

18

CLKO 33
D5 58

27 28

31

32

37

38
43 44

J 51

52 53 54 55 56 57

D6 67

R617
47

SO601

CM_D2_C
CM_D7_C

NC

CM_CLK_C

3 D5

CM_D4_C

4 D7

CM_D3_C

5 D4

CM_D6_C

6 DVDD

C613
0.1

CM_PCLK_C
CM_HSYNC_C

7 D3
8 DO

CM_VSYNC_C

NC

CM_D0_C

11 PCLK

58

12 D2

K 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68

13 LVALID

23 OD6

14 SDTA
15 FVAL

17 OD8

DATA[10]
DATA[11]

OD9

OD10

R612
470K

R611
470K

R613
470K

16 SCLK
17 DVDD
18 CLKIN

18 OD11

DATA[12]

22 OD12

DATA[13]

19 DGND

R614
470K

21 OD13

DATA[14]

20 DGND
21 SADDR

28 OD14

DATA[15]

27 OD15

DATA[1]

1 10 59 68

DATA[0]

7 11 34 39 42 54 64

22 STBY
23 AVDD
24 RESET

R639
0

25 AGND
26 FG

DATA[2]

TP757
1.8V
VCORE

DATA[10]
DATA[0]
DATA[13]
DATA[7]
DATA[5]
DATA[3]

C727
0.1

R763
0

BUFOFF
/WE

L636
33nH

LED701

LED702

/LCD_RESET
10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

ND

49

39

50

40

51

41

52

42

53

43

54

44

55

45

56

46

57

47

58

48

59

43 VDDIO

61

62

63

64

65

66

67

68

69

70

71

R5

76 VDDIO
82 VDDIO

73

74

75

76

77

78

79

80

81

82

83

G5
R1
R3

85

86

87

88

89

90

91

92

93

94

95

97

98

99

100

101

102

103

104

105

106

B5

DCLK 50

TP753

109

110

111

112

113

121

122

123

124

114

125

115

116

117

118

119

VSYNC 51

120

126

127

128

129

130

131

SE_DO/PORT0 117

132

EXCS_B3 53

C633
1

1 12 133 144

73 32 11 10 9

134 130

8 49 61 59 37 68

20 91 13

33 105 92 79 104 116 128 126 138 137 125 113

MP4_PLLCK

MP4_P0

GTDIO_B

MP4 RESET_B

BSPIXEL0

BSPIXEL1

BSPIXEL2

BSPIXEL3

BSPIXEL4

BSPIXEL5

BSPIXEL6

BSPIXEL7

BSCLK

BSBLK_B

VOUT

BSVS_B

BSHS_B

VIN

TP719

R2
R1
R0
G5
G4

C720
10P(CH)

G3
G2
G1
G0
B5
B4

DCS_B 114
PWM1/PORT8

111 GND

PWM0/PORT3

83 GND

C636
1

PWMLCD/PORT4

75 GND

R3

C717
10P(CH)

R714
470K

NC

15 ILEDB1

B3

DA1 124

B2

DA0 112

B1
B0

36 25 102 109

33

GND1

32

/RESET

31

VDC1

30

VDC2

29

VDDIO

28

CS

27

SCLK

26

SI

25

SO

24

GND2

23

VSYNC

22

HSYNC

21

DCLK

20

GND3

19

R5

18

R4

17

R3

16

R2

15

R1

14

R0

13

G5

12

G4

11

G3

10

G2

G1

G0

B5

B4

B3

B2

B1

B0

GND4

NC

NC

CN704

TP715

EN

SE_LD1/PORT2 141

144

NC

GND 62

SCL

143

EXCS_B2 62

142 GND

ILEDA1
SDA

142

48 GND

141

NC

C1-

140

EXCS_B1 41

14 ILEDB2

139

44 GND

GND 61

138

NC

127 GND

17 GND

137

EXCS_B0 103

GND 64

136

31 GND

C1+

16 ILEDA2

135

R5
R4

R720
0

3 PLLGND
16 GND
18 GND

13 ILEDC1

GND 63

134

HSD7

C642
0.1

133

NC

DISPD0
G

R719
0

SE_CK/PORT1 129

HSD6

12 11 10 9

IC605
SC606AIT
POWER

L733
DISPCLK
G
FERRITE
BEADS

TP718

SE_DI/PORT7 140

FS601
0.63A

HSYNC 52

45 SCANEN

G1

R711
220

108

C730
0.1

B3

96

107

L734
FERRITE
BEADS

B1

B1 39

84

L714
FERRITE BEADS

G3

B3 30
B2 38

72

3.0V
VINT

L715
FERRITE BEADS

R4

B5 28

60

L735
FERRITE
BEADS

B4

B4 29

HSD5

C637
1

R637
0

3.0V
VINT

B2
G0

R1 100
R5 88

G2

B0

R4 89

5-5 (12-A)

SUBDB2

SUBDB0

SUBDB6

SUBCK

SUBDB1

SUBDB4

SUBDB3

SUBDB5

SUBDB7

SUBCKS

SUBRS

SUBLPIN

SUBFLMIN

38

a TO MAIN PWB-A (1/3)

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC

NC
SUBCS_B

SUBWR_B

DB0

RSP

DB1

DB2

DB3

DB4

DB5

DB6

DB7

DB8

DB9

DB12

DB10

37

LCD101
EXTERNAL DISPLAY

LCD_RSP
DATA[0]

DATA[1]

DATA[2]

DATA[3]

DATA[4]

DATA[5]

DATA[6]

DATA[7]

DATA[8]

DATA[9]

DATA[10]

DATA[11]

DATA[12]

DATA[14]

DATA[13]

DB13

DB14

DB11

D771
1SS388F

TP606

TP605

BUFOFF

/RD

/WE

NC

HSD4

GND 60

HSD3

C640
47P(CH)

GND 59

135 VDDIO

VBAT2

/LCD_CS

LCDCS 58

HSD2

LCDRESET 57

HSD1

/LCD_RESET

HSD0

LCDWAIT 56

ZD704
ZD703
RSB6.8S RSB6.8S
6.8V
6.8V

G4 64

R3 98

14 PLLDIV2

C2-

/LCD_WAIT

C711
47P(CH)

EP100
EARPEACE

12

5 PLLDIV1

C2+

TP735

MTR 52

TP734

11

143 VDDCORE

4 PLLDIV0

ILEDC2

AGND 51

10

139 VDDCORE

132 VDDIO

115 VDDIO

0.85V

R0 101

97 VDDIO

TP751

RECEVER_N 50

CNS702

C739
0.1

0V

RECEVER_P 49

B0 40

TP754

LT_SCK 46

AOUT2P 55

C734
0.1

TP756

AIN3P 45

C712
47P(CH)

R717
0

NS

Q751
EC4401 C

AIN3N 43

CN702

HSWRD

MA3_CS 44

R640
0

TP755

C639
47P(CH)

CAMCS

R2 99

90 VDDCORE

0.86V

0.20V

CAMINT

MA3_RESET 42

84 VDDCORE

23 VDDIO

L635
33nH

LCD_RSP

LT_SDA 53

C635
1

HSEN

MA3_INT 38

3.0V
VINT

G5 63

74 VDDCORE

VSS

R2

G3 65

HSCK

C638
47P(CH)

13M_CLK 37

C732 C737
0.1
0.1

R713
1

VDD

R0

G2 77

26 VDDIO

ND

WE 36

NG

BUFOFF 35

LED703

/RD

RD 34

TEMP 54

GND

GND 33

LED704
NSCB215T
BLUE

GND 32

GND 39

LED701 LED703:
EW008BB5, WHITE

TP750

RESETB

G4

G1 86

15 VDDCORE
19 VDDCORE

R713A
0

GND 30
GND 31

R716
0

TESTI

D3 28
GND 29

3 CE ECO 4

L736
FERRITE
BEADS

2 VDDPLL

C729
1

SCEB

21 17 35 136 122 110 123 78 66 67 27 80 55 57 58

IC704
LR38863
DISPLAY CONTROLLER

85 CAMCK

DC_B

10

G0 87

STKCHK

D5 27

CAMCS 48

R773
470K

42 XOUT

SE_LD2/PORT5

D7 26

2 GND

C728
1

DATA[8]

D8 25

1 Vdd Vout 5

LED751
EW1102AT
MOBILE LIGHT
WHITE

D13 24

1.8V
VLCD

SCLK

7 VLCD OUT

54 XIN
NC

SE_LD3/PORT6

D0 23

FL701
NOISE
3 FILTER

DUMMY1

D10 22

IC703
R11618FB
REGULATOR

R638
470K

TP724

D2 21

3.0V
VINT

56 RESET_B

R705
0

SDIN

C771 C772
0.1
0.1

22 34 46 121 24 131 120 119 118 108 107 106 96 95 94 93 81 72 71 70 69 60 47

L749
FERRITE BEADS

EARTH FPC
PWB-C

DATA[1]

D1 20

5-17 (12-D)

R710
100K

DATA[6]

D6 19

GND (PP1~) 47

R771
0

LCD100
MAIN DISPLAY

DATA[14]

D14 18

CAMINT 41

/LCD_CS

DATA[15]

BUFOFF

VBAT 17

FROM RELAY FPC PWB-F

D708
MA2SD31

DB15

VINT 15
VBAT 16

3.0V
VINT

DISPD0
G

CN771

R732
470K

C787
100P(CH)

BUFOFF_B

R704
0

DATA[11]

LCDINT

DATA[12]

D11 14

WAIT_B

CAM_CLK
G

DATA[15]

D12 13

LCDRSP 40

/LCD_WAIT

DATA[9]

D15 12

DISPA0
G

/WE

/RD

A2

VCORE 11

R747
0
R748
0

D9 10

RD_B

A2

CAM_STANBY

DISPCLK
G

A19

WR_B

DUMMY2

A19

DISPEN
G

DATA[0-15]
G

DUMMY3

3.0V
VINT

A1

TP716

A1

A17

BATTERY
VBAT2

TP723

L746
FERRITE BEADS

BATTERY
VBAT1

CS_B

D4
A17

DATA[4]

DUMMY4

A18

TP714

A18

/LCD_RESET

GND

C736
0.01

TP713

TP712

GND
GND

/RD

/WE

A1

TP604

27 FG

CAMRESET

CN701

9 FLASH
10 D1

20 OD7

DATA[9]

1 N.C
2 D6

CM_D5_C

C614 C615
1
0.1

CM_D1_C

8
7

D0 38

49 50

VSYNC 65

45 46

HSYNC 56

39 40

PCLK 55

33 34

D3 49

D4 50

21 22
25 26

R616
47

NC

H 47 48

24 OD5

DATA[8]

26 27 28 29 30 31 32

G 41 42

31 OD4

DATA[6]

C619
0.1

F 35 36

29 OD3

DATA[7]

E 29 30

30 OD2

DATA[5]

R633
0

IOVDD

/RD

A0

D1

DATA[2]

C624
0.001

NC

9 10

C 19 20

36 OD1

DATA[4]

R628
3.3K

CAMERA UNIT
PWB-D

VDD
PLLC

D 23 24

DATA[1]

C626
0.1

GND

GND

VSS

C623
0.1

GND

EQ1

EQ2

EQ3

HPOUT-R

VREF

/IRQ

24 D3
25 D2

DATA[2]

C625
4.7

D7 57

B 11

A19

35 OD0

DATA[3]

23 D4

DATA[3]

SDIN(/CS)

DATA[4]

IC604
YMU762C
SOUND

R615
47

D1 45
D2 46

GND

21 D6
22 D5

DATA[5]

13 A18

A19

DATA[0]

C611
47P(CH)

STANBY 52

GND

20 D7

DATA[6]

25 A17

A18
DATA[0-15]
G

A2

GND

19 MTR

DATA[7]

14 A1
5

ACL 61

IC603
LR38876
CAMERA I/F
CONVERSION LSI

EXCKI

GND

18 SPOUT2

HPOUT-L/MONO

17 SPOUT1

A17
3.0V
VINT

SDA 43
SDC 62

51 TEST2

A2

16 15 14 13 12 11 10
SPVSS

R629
0

C627
47P(CH)

SPVDD

R626
0

TP728

R630
0
C632
47P(CH)

TP727

WRB

41 CINT
47 RSTB

A1

C630
0.01

D631
1SS388F

C628
47P(CH)

/WR

R625
0

R624
0
C622
0.047

VBAT2

TP726

R608
2.2K

R607
2.2K

48 CBREQ

C607
0.047

CAM_CLK
G

C629
0.01

R623
68K

53 60 32 19 40

66 63

GND

R641
0
C621
220P
(CH)

R621
0

R620
27K

R622
18K

C620
0.047

TP725

D0

TP603

CAMRESET

CVDD

15 RDB
CAMINT

SP100
SPEAKER

12 44

HVDD2

HVDD2

16 37
26 CSB

CVDD

R618
120

CAMCS

R728
0

R727
0

C766
0.01
G
CAM_POW1

DISPA0

DISPEN

CAM_POW2

NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 5-1.


1

(
4

) : Not Mount

Waveform numbers of 5 , 6 are shown on page 5-2.


8

10

Figure 6 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (4/6)

5 -- 12

5 -- 13

11

12

GX25

CONFIDENTIAL

DISPLAY PWB-B (FRONT SIDE)


A

LED701

TP753

LED702

LED703

TP754

TP755

TP750

TP719
TP756

TP734
TP735
TP718

TP715
TP723

TP607

TP712

TP601

TP714

TP603

TP605

TP604

TP724
TP716

TP606

E
TP727

TP757

TP726
TP713

C640
C642
R637

R640

R704

SOLDER
A

L636
C638
C639
L635

31

CN701

TP751

60
35

40

25

20

45
15

50
10

55
5
1

30

G
FROM EARTH FPC PWB-C A
5-18 (2-A)

FROM
RELAY FPC
PWB-F (REAR SIDE)
5-18 (3-E)

This PWB employs lead-free solder.

Figure 7 WIRING SIDE P.W.BOARD (3/5)

5 14

GX25

CONFIDENTIAL

DISPLAY PWB-B (REAR SIDE)

5-18 (6-D)

5-18 (5-G)

FROM
LCD100

FROM
LCD101

EP100
EARPIECE

20

25

LED704

33

L734

L733

L714

L735

C711
R728
R727
1
2

L736

C601
R603

R719 C771
C717
C772 FL701

IC601

RD
BK

CNS702

R601

C604

C610 C606
R608 R605
R606 C609
R607
C607
C608
R604
R618

2 1

L715

C712

CN702

15

CN771

C766
C730

CN704

ZD703

30
10

ZD704

R720

R711
D771

IC602
4

C605

C602

IC704

IC603

IC703
C611

D631

C628

16

4
TP725

9
20

R615 R617 C736

C727

20

IC604

C729

C728

C615 SOLDER C613 R612


R616
R614
SOLDER
24
2

10
15

17

R611
R613

C614

C632

R710
R713

R771

R630

R629
C621
R623
C629
C630
C623

R626
R625

C737
C732
R713A R716

C787
R705
L749 R773

R748
L746
R747

D708

C627

C622
R622
R620
C620
R641
R621

R714
C720
C734
C739
R717

R732

10

SO601
1

25

30

TP728

R633
C619

C625
C637

R763

IC605
16

FROM
5-18 (3-B) CAMERA UNIT

LED751
MOBILE
LIGHT

Q751

13

5
1

25

C636

12

15

32

C626

R628
R639

C624

26

COLOR TABLE
BR
BROWN
RD(R)
RED
OR
ORANGE
YL
YELLOW
GR
GREEN
BL
BLUE
VL
VIOLET
GY
GRAY
WH(W) WHITE
BK
BLACK
PK
PINK

PWB-D

C635
C633
R638

FS601

R624

SP100
SPEAKER

This PWB employs lead-free solder.


Waveform numbers of 5 , 6 are shown on pages 5-2.
7

10

Figure 8 WIRING SIDE P.W.BOARD (4/5)

5 15

11

12

GX25

CONFIDENTIAL

SIM FPC PWB-E

KEY
PADCOL0

KEY
PADROW0

MENU

KEY
PADROW1

RIGHT

KEY
PADROW2

UP

KEY
PADROW3

KEY
PADROW4

KEY
PADCOL1

KEY
PADCOL2

SIDE-UP

KEY
PADCOL3
Not

KEY
PADCOL4
Not

GHOST
Not

SIDE-DOWN
Not
0

SOFT2

SPECIAL

DOWN

SEND

LEFT

SOFT1

Not

Not

SW_POWON
POWER
ON/OFF

SIDE-UP
1

D
2.85V
VSIM

0
SIDE-DOWN

20K

SIM CARD
CONNECTOR

CLK

RESET

OP

Power

GND

I/O

TP

SIMIO

2.85V
VSIM

10

COL2

ROW0

COL1

SIMIO

VSIM

SIMRST

SIMCLK

GND

MTR

VIB_GND

TP
SIMRST

TP

SIMCLK

TP
TP
TP

F
VIB_GND

TP

TP1001

TP1002

VIB_GND

MO100
VIBRATOR
TP

TP
TP10001

TP10002

NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 5-1.


1

Figure 9 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (5/6)

5 16

5-5 (7-A)

TP
7

CN103
TO MAIN PWB-A

TP

0.1

10P(CH)

TP

GX25

CONFIDENTIAL

RELAY FPC PWB-F

RECEPTION SIGNAL
DGND

GND 1

1 GND
DGND

GND 2

AOUT2P 6
LCDWAIT 7

TEMP

D4

AOUT2P

A17

LCDWAIT

A1

LCDRESET

LCDRESET 8
MTR 9
LT_SDA 10

4 A18
5 D4
6 A17
7 A1

A19

MTR

A2

LT_SDA

D9

8 A19
9 A2
10 D9
11 VCORE

D15

RECEVER_P

RECEVER_P 12

12 D15

D12

AGND 13

TX_ON

TX_ON 14

13 D12

D11

14 D11

LT_SCK

LT_SCK 15

15 VINT

MA3_CS

MA3CS 16

16 VBAT

CAMCS

CAMCS 17
AIN3P 18
AIN3N 19
MA3_RESET 20
CAMINT 21
LCDRSP 22
13M_CLK 23

AIN3P

D14

AIN3N

D6

MA3_RESET

D1

CAMINT

D2

LCDRSP

D10

13M_CLK

D0

17 VBAT
18 D14
19 D6
20 D1
21 D2
22 D10
23 D0

D13

GND 24
MA3_INT 25
BUFOFF 26

MA3_INT

D8

BUFOFF

D7

WE

D5

RD

D3

WE 27
RD 28

5-5 (12-C)

3 GND

RECEVER_N

RECEVER_N 11

TO MAIN PWB-A
CN101

2 GND

24 D13
25 D8
26 D7
27 D5
28 D3

DGND

GND 29

29 GND

GND 30

30 GND

GND 31

31 GND
32 GND

GND 32
GND 33

DGND
RD

VINT

VINT 34

D3

D3 35
D5 36
D7 37
D8 38

D5

WE

D7

13M_CLK

D8

MA3_INT

D10

D10 41

D2

D2 42

D6

D6 43

D1

D1 44

35 BUFOFF
36 WE
37 13M_CLK
38 MA3_INT

39
LCDRSP DGND
40
CAMINT
41
MA3_RESET
42

D0

D0 40

34 RD

BUFOFF

D13

D13 39

33 GND

D14 46
D12 47

D14

LT_SCK

D12

TX_ON
VBAT

VBAT 48
D11 50

47 TX_ON

RECEVER_N

D15

D15 52
A17 53
A19 54
A18 55
A1 56
A2 57
VCORE 58

48 CAMCS
49 RECEVER_P
50 RECEVER_N
51 AGND

MTR

A17

LT_SDA

A19

TEMP

A18

AOUT2P

52 MTR
53 LT_SDA
54 TEMP
55 AOUT2P

A1

LCDWAI T

A2

LCDRESET
VCORE

MA3_RESET

46 LT_SCK

D9

D9 51

CAMINT

45 AIN3P

CAMCS

D11

LCDRSP

44 MA3_CS

RECEVER_P

VBAT 49

GND

43 AIN3N

MA3_CS

D4

D4 45

5-12 (1-F)

TEMP 5

A18

CN701

LCDCS 4

LCDCS

TO DISPLAY PWB-B

GND 3

LCDCS

56 LCDWAIT
57 LCDRESET
58 LCDCS

GND 59

59 GND

GND 60

60 GND

GND 61

61 GND

GND 62

62 GND

GND 63

63 GND

GND 64

64 GND
DGND

) : Not Mount
7

10

Figure 10 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (6/6)

5 17

11

12

GX25

CONFIDENTIAL

SIDE-UP

TO DISPLAY PWB-B
(FRONT SIDE)
A 5-14 (4-G)

SOLDER
SIDE-DOWN

SIM FPC
PWB-E
5-15 (10-F)

TO DISPLAY PWB-B
(REAR SIDE)

SO601
10

5-11 (12-E)
SIM CARD
CONNECTOR

CN103
1

TO MAIN PWB-A
(REAR SIDE)

SOLDER
5-15 (8-A)

TO DISPLAY PWB-B
(REAR SIDE)

5-10 (3-A) B

TO MAIN PWB-B
(FRONT SIDE)

CAMERA UNIT
PWB-D

EARTH FPC
PWB-C

MO100
VIBRATOR

CN704

5-14 (4-G)

CN701 TO DISPLAY PWB-B


(FRONT SIDE)

RELAY FPC
PWB-F
(FRONT SIDE)

RELAY FPC
PWB-F
(REAR SIDE)

LCD100
MAIN DISPLAY

5-15 (10-A)

TO DISPLAY PWB-B
(REAR SIDE)

CN771

CN101

LCD101
EXTERNAL
DISPLAY

5-10 (3-A)

TO MAIN PWB-A
(FRONT SIDE)

These PWBs employ lead-free solder.

Figure 11 WIRING SIDE P.W.BOARD (5/5)

5 18

GX25

CONFIDENTIAL

Conditions: SIM card inserted, power on (3.8V battery), in stand-by mode (opened)
Measuring instrument: Digital multimeter
: Unmeasurable

IC102
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
0V
2
0.18V
3
4
0.18V

IC501
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
1.81V
2
0V
3
0V
4
0V
5
0V

B
IC105
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
0.04V
2
3
4
0V
5
2.98V

IC503
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
0V
2
0V
3
0V
4
0V
5
0V
6
0V
7
NC
8
3.79V
9
3.77V

IC107
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
0.003V
2
0.002V
3
NC
4
0.002V
IC108
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
0V
2
0V
3
0V
4
3.80V

IC504
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
0V
2
0V
3
0V
4
0V
5
0V
6
0V

IC109
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
3.02V
2
2.98V
3
0V
4
2.98V
5
2.98V

IC507
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
0V
2
0V
3
0V
4
0V
5
0V

IC111
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
3.8V
2
2.98V
3
2.98V
4
1.25V
5
0V
6
1.81V

IC601
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
3.79V
2
NC
3
0V
4
NC
5
0V
6
0V

IC114
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
0V
2
0V
3
0V
4
2.77V
5
0V

IC602
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
0V
2
0V
3
0V
4
0V
5
3.79V

IC604
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
1.49V
2
0V
3
2.98V
4
2.98V
5
NC
6
0V
7
2.98V
8
0V
9
0V
10
0V
11
0V
12
0V
13
0V
14
0V
15
3.8V
16
0V
17
0.02V
18
0.02V
19
0.17V
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
2.97V
29
2.98V
30
2.86V
31
2.86V
32
2.98V

IC605
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
0.12V
2
2.98V
3
2.98V
4
2.97V
5
2.92V
6
3.79V
7
8
3.99V
9
0V
10
11
0V
12
0.22V
13
0.20V
14
0.74V
15
0.14V
16
0.14V
17
0V

IC801
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
2.89V
2
0V
3
0V
4
0V
5
0V
6
0V
7
0V
8
0V
9
0V
10
0V
11
0V
12
0V
13
2.98V
14
2.98V
15
0V
16
0V
17
0V
18
0V
19
0V
20
0V
21
0V
22
2.98V
23
0.21V
24
0.21V
25
0.21V
26
0.21V
27
2.89V
28
0.27V
29
0V
30
0V
31
1.14V
32
0V
33
0V
34
0V
35
1.82V
36
2.89V
37
2.89V
38
0.26V
39
0V
40
2.89V
41
2.89V
42
2.89V
43
2.89V
44
2.87V
45
2.87V
46
2.87V
47
2.87V
48
2.89V
49
0V

IC703
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
2.97V
2
0V
3
1.81V
4
2.97V
5
1.79V

IC115
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
2.98V
2
0V
3
2.98V

NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 5-1.


1

5 19

GX25

CONFIDENTIAL

Conditions: SIM card inserted, power on (3.8V battery), in stand-by mode (opened)
Measuring instrument: Digital multimeter
: Unmeasurable

IC802
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
0V
2
0V
3
0V
4
0V
5
0V
6
0V
7
0V
8
0V
9
0V
10
0V
11
0V
12
0V
13
0V
14
0V
15
0V
16
0V
17
0V
18
0V
19
0V
20
0V
21
0V
22
0V
23
0V
24
0V
25
0V
26
0V
27
0V
28
0V
29
0V
30
0V
31
0V
32
0V
33
0V
34
0V
35
0V
36
0V
37
0V
38
0V
39
0V
40
0V
41
0V
42
3.69V
43
3.69V
44
0V
45
0V
46
0V
47
0V
48
0V

IC804
PIN NO. VOLTAGE
1
2.96V
2
3.80V
3
2.96V
4
2.89V
5
0V
6
2.89V

NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 5-1.


1

5 20

GX25

CONFIDENTIAL
GX25
Phone
Service
E
Market
Manual 6. OTHERS
CHAPTER
[1] Function table of IC
IC102 VHIQ5RW45BF-1L (Q5RW45BF): 4.5 V REGULATOR
Pin No.
1
2
3
4

Terminal name
GND
VDD
VOUT
CE

Input/Output

Output
Input

Description of terminal
Earth
Power supply
Output
Chip enable

3 VOUT

VDD 2

+
VREF
CURRENT LIMIT
1 GND

CE 4

IC103 (AD6537B): ANALOGUE BASEBAND


Pin No.
1*
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16*
17*
18*
19
20
21*
22
23*
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33*
34

Terminal name
TDI
VCXOEN
VBAT3
VEXT
VCHG
GATEDRIVE
ISENSE
TEMP2
AUXADC2
REFBB
AGND2
IP
IN
QN
QP
NC_A16
TMS
TCK
VBAT3
VEXT
NC_B05
BATTYPE
NC_B07
VBATSENSE
TEMP1
AUXADC1
REFOUT
PA
AGND0
AFCDAC
REFIN
AGND1
TDO
GPI

Input/Output
Input
Input
Input
Output
Input
Output
Input
Input
Input
Output

Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output

Input
Input
Input
Output

Input

Input
Input
Input
Output
Output

Output
Output

Output
Input

Description of terminal
Not used
VCXO supply
External interface regulator input
SPWR supply
Charge supply
Charge DAC (FET) output control
Charge current sense input
Temperature sensor input
Auxiliary ADC input for hands free kit (earphone) detection
Baseband transmit & receive voltage reference
Analogue baseband earth
I-channel positive input/output
I-channel negative input/output
Q-channel positive input/output
Q-channel negative input/output
Not used
Not used
Not used
External interface regulator input
SPWR supply
Not used
Battery type identification input
Not used
Battery voltage sense input
Temperature sensor input
Auxiliary ADC input for temp. sensor adjustment
Voltage reference output
Power amplifier control output
Analogue earth
Automatic frequency control DAC output
Voltage reference
Analogue earth for voltage reference
Not used
Pull down

61

GX25
Pin No.
35
36*
37
38
39
40
41
42
43*
44*
45
46
47
48*
49
50
51
52*
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81*
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92*
93
94
95
96
97
98

CONFIDENTIAL
Terminal name
VBAT1
NC_C16
INT
ASDO
REFCHG
VVCXO
ASDI
BSDO
NC_E15
NC_E16
BSIFS
ASFS
GND_NET2
NC_F16
BSOFS
BSDI
VBAT2
NC_G16
CSDO
CSDI
VBAT2
VABB
ASM
MCLKEN
AOUT1P
AOUT3P
RXON
TXON
AOUT1N
AOUT3N
MCLK
CSFS
AGND3
LIGHT1
ABBRESET
DGND
LIGHT2
LIGHT3
VCORE
VBAT7
LGND
VMIC
VCORE
VBAT8
AIN2P
AIN1P
NC_R01
VBAT8
VMEMSEL
VBAT5
VBAT4
VBAT6
DBBON
SGND
AOUT2N
SPWR
AOUT2P
NC_R12
AIN3P
AIN3N
AIN2N
AIN1N
RESET
VMEM

Input/Output
Input

Output
Output
Output
Output
Input
Output

Input
Output

Output
Input
Input

Output
Input
Input
Output
Input
Output
Output
Output
Input
Input
Output
Output
Input
Input

Output
Input

Output
Output
Output
Input

Output
Output
Input
Input
Input

Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input

Output
Input
Output

Input
Input
Input
Input
Output
Output

Description of terminal
Voltage controlled crystal oscillator regulator input
Not used
Digital BB interrupt
Audio serial port data output
Voltage reference output
Voltage controlled crystal oscillator supply 2.71 - 2.79 V (VT)
Audio serial port data input
Baseband serial port data output
Not used
Not used
Baseband serial port input framing signal
Audio serial port framing signal
Earth
Not used
Baseband serial port output framing signal
Baseband serial port data input
Analogue baseband regulator input
Not used
Control serial port data output
Control serial port data input
Analogue baseband regulator input
Analogue baseband supply
Advanced state machine
Master clock enable
Headset receiver audio positive output
External audio output (positive)
Baseband receive section control
Baseband transmit section control
Headset receiver audio negative output
External audio output (negative)
Master clock
Control serial port framing signal
Analogue audio earth
LED control
Reset input
Digital earth
USB charge enable
Key-pad LED control 1
Digital core supply 1.72 - 1.9 V
Digital core regulator input
Light driver earth
Microphone supply 2.4 - 2.6 V
Digital core supply 1.72 - 1.9 V
Memory interface regulator input
Headset mic audio positive input
Mic audio positive input
Not used
Memory interface regulator input
Memory supply voltage selection
Back-up battery regulator input
SIM interface regulator input
Real-time clock regulator input
Digital BB supply regulator on signal
AOUT2P/N supply earth
Speaker with receiver positive output
AOUT2P/N supply regulator input
Speaker with receiver negative output
Not used
Sound IC audio positive input
Sound IC audio negative input
Headset mic audio negative input
Mic audio negative input
Reset output
Memory interface supply 2.75 - 3.05 V

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Pin No.
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108*
109
110
111*
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148

Terminal name
VMEM
VBAT_NET
GND_NET1
VSIM
VRTC
SGND
AOUT2N
SPWR
AOUT2P
NC_T12
KEYOUT
KEYON
NC_T15
AGND4
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0
AGND0

Input/Output
Output
Input

Output
Output

Output
Input
Output

Output
Input

Description of terminal
Memory interface supply 2.75 - 3.05 V
VBAT supply input
Earth
SIM interface supply 2.75 - 2.95 V
Real-time clock supply 1.6 - 2.0 V
AOUT2P/N supply earth
Speaker with receiver positive output
AOUT2P/N supply regulator input
Speaker with receiver negative output
Not used
Power-on key output
Power-on key input
Not used
Power management analogue earth
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply
Thermal earth for power supply

In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.

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CONFIDENTIAL

IC104 (LRS1898): FLASH MEMORY


Pin No.
1*
2*
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10*
11*
12*
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22*

Terminal name
NC
NC
A20
A11
A15
A14
A13
A12
GND
NC
NC
NC
A16
A8
A10
A9
DQ15
SC-/WE
DQ14
DQ7
F-/WE
F-RY//BY (NC)

Input/Output

Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input

Input
Input
Input
Input
Input/Output
Input
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input
Output

23
24*
25
26
27
28
29
30

A21
NC
DQ13
DQ6
DQ4
DQ5
GND
/RST

Input

Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output

Input

31
32*
33
34
35*
36
37

A22
NC
DQ12
CE2
NC
F/SC-VCC
F-/WP

Input

Input/Output
Input

Input

38

VPP

Input

39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47*
48*
49
50
51
52
53
54
55

A19
DQ11
F/SC-VCC
DQ10
DQ2
DQ3
/LB
/UB
NC
NC
DQ9
DQ8
DQ0
DQ1
A18
A17
A7

Input
Input/Output

Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input
Input

Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input
Input
Input

Description of terminal
Not used
Not used
Address input (common)
Address input (common)
Address input (common)
Address input (common)
Address input (common)
Address input (common)
Earth
Not used
Not used
Not used
Address input (common)
Address input (common)
Address input (common)
Address input (common)
Data input/output (common)
Write enable input (Smartcombo RAM)
Data input/output (common)
Data input/output (common)
Write enable input (Flash)
Ready busy output (Flash)
When deleting/writing: VOL
When interrupting block delete/write: High-Z (High impedance) (Not used)
Address input (Flash1, smartcombo RAM)
Not used
Data input/output (common)
Data input/output (common)
Data input/output (common)
Data input/output (common)
Earth
Reset input (Flash)
When deleting/writing block: VIH
When reading: VIH
Reset: VIL
Address input (Flash1)
Not used
Data input/output (common)
Sleep state input (Smartcombo RAM)
Not used
Power (common)
Write protect input (Flash)
When F-/WP is set to VIL, it is prohibited to cancel lock bit of the block that has lock bit
down set. Deletion and programme operation are executable for the block that has neither
lock bit nor lock down bit set. Disable lock down bit by setting F-/WP to VIH.
Power voltage detect terminal (Flash)
When deleting/writing: VPP = VPPH
Address input (common)
Data input/output (common)
Power (common)
Data input/output (common)
Data input/output (common)
Data input/output (common)
Byte enable input: DQ0 DQ7 (Smartcombo RAM)
Byte enable input: DQ8 DQ15 (Smartcombo RAM)
Not used
Not used
Data input/output (common)
Data input/output (common)
Data input/output (common)
Data input/output (common)
Address input (common)
Address input (common)
Address input (common)

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Pin No.
56
57
58
59
60
61*
62*
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71*
72*

Terminal name
A6
A3
A2
A1
SC1-/CE1
NC
NC
F2-/CE
A5
A4
A0
F1-/CE
GND
/OE
SC2-/CE1
NC
NC

Input/Output
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input

Input
Input
Input
Input
Input

Input
Input

Description of terminal
Address input (common)
Address input (common)
Address input (common)
Address input (common)
Chip enable input (Smartcombo RAM1)
Not used
Not used
Chip enable input (Flash2)
Address input (common)
Address input (common)
Address input (common)
Chip enable input (Flash1)
Earth
Output enable input (common)
Chip enable input (Smartcombo RAM2)
Not used
Not used

In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
(TOP VIEW)

10

11

12

1
NC

2
NC

3
A20

4
A11

5
A15

6
A14

7
A13

8
A12

9
GND

10
NC

11
NC

12
NC

13
A16

14
A8

15
A10

16
A9

17
DQ15

18
SC-/WE

19
DQ14

20
DQ7

21
F-/WE

22
F-RY//BY

23
A21

24
NC

25
DQ13

26
DQ6

27
DQ4

28
DQ5

29
GND

30
/RST

31
A22

32
NC

33
DQ12

34
CE2

35
NC

36
F/SC-VCC

37
F-/WP

38
VPP

39
A19

40
DQ11

41
F/SC-VCC

42
DQ10

43
DQ2

44
DQ3

45
/LB

46
/UB

47
NC

48
NC

49
DQ9

50
DQ8

51
DQ0

52
DQ1

53
A18

54
A17

55
A7

56
A6

57
A3

58
A2

59
A1

60
SC1-/CE1

63
F2-/CE

64
A5

65
A4

66
A0

67
F1-/CE

68
GND

69
/OE

70
SC2-/CE1

71
NC

72
NC

61
NC

62
NC

A22
A21
A0~A20
F-/WP, /RST, F-/WE
/OE
F1-/CE

F2-/CE

/SC1-CE1
SC-/WE, /UB, /LB, CE2

SC2-/CE1

F1: 128M (x16) bit


Flash memory

F-RY//BY
F/SC-VCC
VPP

F2: 32M (x16) bit


Flash memory

DQ0~DQ15

SC1: 64M (x16) bit


Smartcombo RAM

SC2: 32M (x16) bit


Smartcombo RAM

65

GND

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IC105 VHITC7SZ08F-1L (TC7SZ08F): AND GATE


IC109 VHITC7SZ32F-1L (TC7SZ32F): LOGIC
IC507 VHI74VHC1GT-1L (74VHC1GT): LOGIC
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5

Terminal name
IN B
IN A
GND
OUT Y
VCC

Input/Output
Input
Input

Output

Description of terminal
Input
Input
Earth
Output
Power supply

IN B 1

5 VCC

IN A 2
GND 3

4 OUT Y

IC106 (AD6528B): DIGITAL BASEBAND


Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10*
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21*
22
23
24
25
26*
27
28
29*
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44

Terminal name
ASDO
BSDI
BSOFS
GPIO_48
VINT
GPO_29
GPO_5
VDDRTC
VSSRTC
MC_DAT[0]
GPIO_22
GPIO_56
KEYPADCOL[4]
KEYPADCOL[1]
KEYPADROW[4]
KEYPADROW[2]
GPIO_38
GPIO_36
ASDI
GPIO_35
ADD[0]
ASFS
BSIFS
BSDO
CSDI
GPO_6
GPO_0
OSCOUT
MC_DAT[2]
VMC
VCC
KEYPADCOL[3]
KEYPADCOL[2]
GPIO_39
GPIO_37
GPIO_34
ADD[4]
ADD[2]
GND
KEYPADROW[0]
VEXT
GPO_23
ADD[7]
VMEM

Input/Output
Output
Input
Output
Input
Input
Output
Output
Input

Output
Output
Input
Output
Output
Input
Input
Input
Output
Input
Input/Output
Output
Input
Input
Output
Input
Output
Output
Output
Output
Input
Input
Output
Output
Output
Input
Output
Output
Output

Input
Input
Output
Output
Input

Description of terminal
Audio serial port data output to analogue BB
Baseband serial port data input from analogue BB
Baseband serial port output framing signal output to analogue BB
Mode select of software (Pull up)
Analogue BB interface power supply 1.7 - 3.3 V (VCORE)
Analogue BB reset output (ABBRESET)
Advance state machine of analogue BB
RTC power supply 1.0 - 1.9 V (VRTC)
RTC earth
Not used
RSP for display controller
Boot control 0
KEYIN signal output 4
KEYIN signal output 1
KEYIN signal input 4
KEYIN signal input 2
Interrupt input from sound generator IC
AOUT3 bias control
Audio serial port data input from analogue BB
DC/DC IC SDA
Not used
Audio serial port framing signal input from analogue BB
Baseband serial port input framing signal input from analogue BB
Baseband serial port data output to analogue BB
Control serial port data input from analogue BB
Not used
Analogue baseband receive section control (RXON)
32.768 kHz crystal oscillator output
Not used
Pull down resistor
Core power supply 1.7 - 1.9 V (VCORE)
KEYIN signal output 3
KEYIN signal output 2
USB PU control
Interrupt input from analogue BB
UART_TXD for Bluetooth module
Processor address bus 4
Processor address bus 2
Earth
KEYIN signal input 0
System interface power supply 2.4 - 3.3 V (VINT)
DC/DC IC SCK
Processor address bus 7
Memory power supply 2.7 - 3.3 V (VMEM)

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Pin No.
45
46
47
48
49
50*
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64*
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85*
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97*
98
99
100
101*
102*
103
104
105
106
107
108

Terminal name
ADD[1]
CSDO
CLKOUT_GATE
GPO_1
OSCIN
MC_CMD
GPIO_55
GND
KEYPADROW[3]
KEYPADROW[1]
GPIO_33
GPIO_17
ADD[11]
ADD[9]
ADD[5]
ADD[3]
GND
VCC
PWRON
MC_DAT[1]
GND
VEXT
KEYPADCOL[0]
VEXT
GPIO_15
GPIO_16
ADD[13]
ADD[12]
ADD[8]
ADD[6]
GPO_22
GPIO_14
GPIO_10
GPIO_12
VMEM
ADD[14]
GND
VCC
ADD[10]
CLKOUT
MC_DAT[3]
GND
GND
GPIO_13
GPIO_7
GPIO_9
ADD[19]
ADD[17]
ADD[18]
ADD[15]
ADD[16]
CSFS
MC_CLK
VCC
GPIO_11
GPIO_8
GPIO_5
GPIO_6
ADD[22]
ADD[21]
GPIO_40
ADD[20]
GND
ADD[23]

Input/Output
Output
Output
Input
Output
Input
Output
Input

Input
Input
Input
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output

Input
Output
Output

Input
Output
Input
Input
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Input
Output
Input
Output

Input
Output
Output
Output

Input
Input
Input
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Input
Input
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output

Output

Description of terminal
Processor address bus 1
Control serial port data output to analogue BB
Master clock enable from analogue BB (MCLKEN)
Analogue baseband transmit section control (TXON)
32.768 kHz crystal oscillator input
Not used
Boot control 1
Earth
KEYIN signal input 3
KEYIN signal input 1
UART_RXD for Bluetooth module
PCM data output for Bluetooth module
Processor address bus 11
Processor address bus 9
Processor address bus 5
Processor address bus 3
Earth
Core power supply 1.7 - 1.9 V (VCORE)
System power control for analogue BB
Not used
Earth
System interface power supply 2.4 - 3.3 V (VINT)
KEYIN signal output 0
System interface power supply 2.4 - 3.3 V (VINT)
PCM data input for Bluetooth module
PCM SYNC output for Bluetooth module
Processor address bus 13
Processor address bus 12
Processor address bus 8
Processor address bus 6
VPP control for flash memory 1
PCM clock output for Bluetooth module
USB detection
Reset output for main display controller/external display driver
Memory power supply 2.7 - 3.3 V (VINT)
Processor address bus 14
Earth
Core power supply 1.7 - 1.9 V (VCORE)
Processor address bus 10
13 MHz clock output for analogue BB (CLKOUT)
Not used
Earth
Earth
Interrupt input from camera controller
Hands free kit (earphone) hooking switch detection
Manufacture specific input from I/O connector
Processor address bus 19
Processor address bus 17
Processor address bus 18
Processor address bus 15
Processor address bus 16
Control serial port framing signal output to analogue BB
Not used
Core power supply 1.7 - 1.9 V (VCORE)
Flip switch detection
Reset output for Bluetooth module
Not used
Not used
Processor address bus 22
Processor address bus 21
13 MHz clock output for display controller & Sound generator IC
Processor address bus 20
Earth
Processor address bus 23

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Pin No.
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155*
156
157*
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172

CONFIDENTIAL
Terminal name
GND
VEXT
GND
GPIO_4
GPIO_2
GPIO_3
DATA[2]
DATA[0]
DATA[5]
DATA[1]
DATA[3]
VCC
DMINUS
GPIO_18
GND
GPIO_1
USC[5]
GPIO_0
DATA[4]
VMEM
GND
VCC
USC[6]
VCC
USC[2]
USC[4]
DATA[7]
DATA[6]
GND
DATA[9]
DATA[13]
NROMCS1
GPIO_42
CLKIN
VSIM
GND
USC[3]
USC[1]
GND
USC[0]
DATA[10]
DATA[8]
NRD
DATA[14]
GND
NRAMCS2
GPIO_44
VSSUSB
GPIO_47
GPIO_20
CLKON
VCC
GPO_18
GPO_21
DATA[12]
DATA[11]
NWE
VEXT
GPO_11
GPO_20
DATA[15]
VMEM
NADV
NGPCS1

Input/Output

Input

Output
Output
Input
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input
Input
Output

Input
Output
Output
Input/Output
Input

Input
Input
Input
Input
Output
Input/Output
Input/Output

Input/Output
Input/Output
Output
Output
Input
Input

Input
Input

Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Output
Input/Output

Output
Output

Output
Output
Output
Input
Output
Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Output
Input
Output
Output
Input/Output
Input
Input
Output

Description of terminal
Earth
System interface power supply 2.4 - 3.3 V (VINT)
Earth
UART_CTS for Bluetooth module
USB charge current control
UART_RTS for Bluetooth module
Processor data bus 2
Processor data bus 0
Processor data bus 5
Processor data bus 1
Processor data bus 3
Core power supply 1.7 - 1.9 V (VCORE)
USB DJTAG TCK
Earth
IrDA receive data
USC pin (Ginie_TX)
IrDA transmit data
Processor data bus 4
Memory power supply 2.7 - 3.3 V (VINT)
Earth
Core power supply 1.7 - 1.9 V (VCORE)
USC pin (RTC monitor/Ginie_RX)
Core power supply 1.7 - 1.9 V (VCORE)
USC pin (TXD)
Reserve
Processor data bus 7
Processor data bus 6
Earth
Processor data bus 9
Processor data bus 13
Chip select for flash memory 1
Chip select for display controller
13 MHz clock input
SIM power supply 1.7 - 3.3 V (VSIM)
Earth
Pull up to VEXT
USC pin (RXD)
Earth
USC pin (Ginie_TX)
Processor data bus 10
Processor data bus 8
Processor read strobe
Processor data bus 14
Earth
Chip select for camera controller
Not used
USB earth
Not used
JTAG TDI
13 MHz oscillator power control signal (VCXOEN)
Core power supply 1.7 - 1.9 V (VCORE)
SYNTH enable for RF (SYNTHEN)
SYNTH clock output for RF (SYNTHCLK)
Processor data bus 12
Processor data bus 11
Processor write strobe
System interface power supply 2.4 - 3.3 V (VINT)
Band select 4 for RF (BS4)
SYNTH data output for RF (SYNTHDATA)
Processor data bus 15
Memory power supply 2.7 - 3.3 V (VMEM)
Hardware version select 1
Chip select for flash memory 2

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Pin No.
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181*
182*
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193*
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204

Terminal name
VMEM
GPIO_45
GPIO_46
DPLUS
SIMCLK
JTAGEN
VEXT
GPO_3
GPO_4
GPO_7
GPO_16
GPO_17
NHWR/NUSB
GPO_19
NLWR/NLSB
NWAIT
NRESET
BURSTCLK
NRAMCS1
NAUXCS1
GPIO_43
VDDUSB
GPIO_23
SIMDATAIO
GPIO_24
GPIO_19
GPIO_21
GPO_2
GND
GPO_8
GPO_9
GPO_10

Input/Output
Input
Output
Output
Input
Output
Input
Input
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Input
Input
Output
Output
Output
Output
Input
Output
Input/Output
Output
Output
Output
Output

Output
Output
Output

Description of terminal
Memory power supply 2.7 - 3.3 V (VMEM)
Chip select for PSRAM2
Chip select for sound generator IC
USB D+
SIM interface clock output
JTAG enable
System Interface power supply 2.4 - 3.3 V (VINT)
Band select 3 for RF (BS5)
Not used
Not used (BT_POWER_ON)
Band select 1 for RF (BS1)
Band select 2 for RF (BS2)
Processor high write strobe
Audio select for accessories connector
Processor low write strobe
Processor wait input
System reset input
Hardware version select 0
Chip select for PSRAM 1
Hardware version select 2
Not used
USB power supply 2.8 - 3.3 V (VUSB)
SIM interface reset
SIM interface data input/output
Sound generator IC reset
JTAG TMS
JTAG TDO
Write protect control for flash memory 1
Earth
IrDA power ON/OFF control
Band select 3 for RF (BS3)
BUF OFF for main display controller

In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.

IC107 VHIX61CN27N-1L (X61CN27N): VOLTAGE DETECTOR


Pin No.
1
2
3*
4

Terminal name
VOUT
VIN
NC
VSS

Input/Output
Output
Input

Description of terminal
Voltage output
Voltage input (VDD)
Not used
Earth

In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.

VIN 2

1 VOUT

+
VREF
4 VSS

69

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IC108 VHI1323B30G-1R (1323B30G): REGULATOR


Pin No.
1
2
3
4

Terminal name
VOUT
VSS
ON/OFF
VIN

Input/Output
Output

Input
Input

Description of terminal
Voltage output
Earth
Power off
Voltage input

1 VOUT

VIN 4
Overcurrent protection circuit

+
ON/OFF 3

ON/OFF circuit

Reference voltage
circuit

VSS 2

IC111 VHIBH30MA3W-1R (BH30MA3W): REGULATOR


Pin No.
1
2
3
4*
5
6

Terminal name
VIN
VOUT
VOUT
NOISE
GND
STBY

Input/Output
Input
Output
Output

Output

Description of terminal
Input power supply
Output voltage
Output voltage
Noise capacitor (Not used)
Earth
ON/OFF control (Hight: ON, Low: OFF)

In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.

VIN 1
VOLTAGE
REFERENCE

THERMAL
PROTECTION

GND 5

2 VOUT
3 VOUT

OVER CURRENT
PROTECTION

STBY 6

CONTROL
BLOCK

4 NOISE

IC114 VHITC75S58A-1L (TC75S58A): COMPARATOR


Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5

Terminal name
IN ()
VSS
IN (+)
OUT
VDD

Input/Output
Input

Input
Output

Description of terminal
Input
Earth
Input
Output
Power supply
VDD
5

1
IN ( )

OUT
4

2
VSS

6 10

3
IN (+)

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IC115 VHIEW6671F+-1R (EW6671F): HALL
Pin No.
1
2
3

Terminal name
VDD
GND
OUT

Input/Output
Input

Output

Description of terminal
Input
Earth
Output

VDD
1

Reg.

Pulse Regulator

Amplifier

Output
stage

3 OUTPUT

Hall cell

1
Schmitt trigger
& Latch

2 GND

IC402 VHIBC313143-1L (BC313143): BLUETOOTH MODULE


Pin No.
1
2
3
4*
5*
6*
7*
8*
9*
10
11*
12*
13
14*
15*
16*
17*
18*
19*
20
21
22
23*
24*
25*
26*
27
28*
29*
30*
31*
32
33*
34
35
36

Terminal name
VSS_PIO
VSS_PIO
VDD_PIO
NC
NC
VDD_MEM (NC)
VDD_MEM (NC)
NC
VDD_MEM (NC)
VSS_MEM
PIO[0]/RXEN (NC)
PIO[1]/TXEN (NC)
PIO[2]
PIO[3] (NC)
VSS_MEM
NC
VSS_MEM
FLASH_EN
SPI_MISO
VSS_MEM
VDD_RADIO
VDD_RADIO
PIO[9]
PIO[10]
PIO[8]
TEST_EN
RESET
SPI_MOSI
SPI_CSB
SPI_CLK
RF_IN (NC)
VSS_RADIO
AUX_DAC (NC)
RESET_B
VSS_PADS
VDD_PADS

Input/Output

Input

Input
Input

Input

Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output

Input
Output

Input
Input
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input

Output
Input

Input

37
38
39*

TX_B
VSS_RADIO
PIO[11]

Output

Input/Output

Description of terminal
Earth connections for PIO and AUX DAC
Earth connections for PIO and AUX DAC
Positive supply for PIO and AUX DAC (Positive supply for PIO [3:0] and PIO[11:8])
Not used
Not used
Positive supply for ROM memory and AIO ports (Not used)
Positive supply for ROM memory and AIO ports (Not used)
Not used
Positive supply for ROM memory and AIO ports (Not used)
Earth connections for ROM memory and AIO ports
Control output for external LNA (if fitted) (Not used)
Control output for external PA, class 1 only (Not used)
Programmable input/output line
Programmable input/output line (Not used)
Earth connections for ROM memory and AIO ports (Not used)
Not used
Earth connections for ROM memory and AIO ports (Not used)
Pull high to VDD_MEM (Not used)
Serial peripheral interface data output (Not used)
Earth connections for ROM memory and AIO ports
Positive supply for RF circuitry
Positive supply for RF circuitry
Programmable input/output line (Not used)
Programmable input/output line (Not used)
Programmable input/output line (Not used)
For test purposes only (leave unconnected) (Not used)
Reset if high. Input debounced, so must be high for >5ms to cause a reset
Serial peripheral interface data input (Not used)
Chip select for Serial Peripheral Interface, active low (Not used)
Serial peripheral interface clock (Not used)
Single-ended receiver input (Not used)
Earth connections for RF circuitry
Voltage DAC output (Not used)
Reset if low. Input debounced, so must be low for >5ms to cause a reset
Earth connections for input/output
Positive supply for all other digital input/output ports (Positive supply for SPI/PCM ports
and PIO[7:4])
Complement of TX_A
Earth connections for RF circuitry
Programmable input/output line (Not used)

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Pin No.
40*
41
42
43
44
45
46*
47*
48*
49
50
51*
52
53
54
55
56*
57*
58*
59*
60*
61
62
63
64
65*
66
67
68
69
70*
71*
72*
73
74
75*
76
77
78
79*
80
81*
82*
83
84

CONFIDENTIAL
Terminal name
PIO[4]
VSS_CORE
VDD_CORE
TX_A
VSS_RADIO
VSS
PIO[5]
PIO[7]
PIO[6]
VSS_VCO
VSS_VCO
VDD_PRG (NC)
PCM_OUT
PCM_IN
PCM_SYNC
VDD_VCO
LOOP_FILTER
NC
AIO[0]
AIO[1]
VDD_MEM (NC)
UART_RTS
UART_CTS
UART_RX
PCM_CLK
NC
VSS_ANA
XTAL_OUT
VSS_ANA
AIO[2]
VDD_MEM (NC)
VSS_MEM
USB_DP
VSS_USB
UART_TX
NC
VSS_ANA
XTAL_IN
VDD_ANA
VREG_EN (NC)
VREG_IN
VDD_MEM (NC)
USB_DN
VDD_USB
VSS_USB

Input/Output
Input/Output

Input
Input/Output

Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output

Input
Output
Input
Input/Output
Input

Input/Output
Input/Output
Input
Output
Input
Input
Input/Output

Output

Input/Output
Input

Input/Output

Output

Input
Output
Input
Input
Input
Input/Output
Input

Description of terminal
Programmable input/output line (Not used)
Earth connection for internal digital circuitry
Positive supply for Internal digital circuitry
Transmitter output/switched receiver input
Earth connections for RF circuitry
Earth connection for internal package shield
Programmable input/output line (Not used)
Programmable input/output line (Not used)
Programmable input/output line (Not used)
Earth connections for VCO and synthesiser
Earth connections for VCO and synthesiser
Positive supply for battery backed memory (Not used)
Synchronous data output
Synchronous data input
Synchronous data sync
Positive supply for VCO and synthesiser circutry
Connection to external PLL loop filter (Do not connect) (Not used)
Not used
Programmable input/output line (Not used)
Programmable input/output line (Not used)
Positive supply for ROM memory and AIO ports (Not used)
UART request to send active low
UART clear to send active low
UART data input active high
Synchronous data clock
Not used
Earth connections for analogue circuitry
Drive for crystal
Earth connections for analogue circuitry
Programmable input/output line
Positive supply for ROM memory and AIO ports (Not used)
Earth connections for ROM memory and AIO ports (Not used)
USB data plus with selectable internal 1.5k ohms pull-up resistor (Not used)
Earth connections for UART/USB ports
UART data output active high
Not used
Earth connections for analogue circuitry
For crystal or external clock input
Positive supply for analogue circuitry and 1.8 V regulated output
If not connected regulator enabled connect to VSS to disable regulator (Not used)
2.2-3.6 V voltage input
Positive supply for ROM memory and AIO ports (Not used)
USB data minus (Not used)
Positive supply for UART/USB ports
Earth connections for UART/USB ports

In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.

6 12

11
31
43 37
33
12

AUX_DAC

PIO[1]/TXEN

VDD_RADIO
21, 22
XTAL_IN 77
AUX
DAC

-45

VREG_IN 80

+45

6 13
Loop Filter

RF
Synthesiser

Event
Timer

Interrupt
Controller

Microcontroller

Physical
Layer
Hardware
Engine

RISC
Microcontroller

Memory
Management
Unit

Audio PCM
Interface

UART

Synchronous
Serial
Interface

USB

AIO

Programmable I/O

56 LOOP_FILTER

TUNE

Fref

/N/N+1

DAC

ADC

TEST_EN 26

RF Synthesiser

RF Transmitter

PA

IQ MOD

RSSI

VDD_ANA 78
Demodulator

VDD_CORE 42

TX_B

VDD_VCO 55

TX_A

VREG_EN 79

LNA

FLASH_EN 18

IQ DE MOD

VDD_MEM
6, 7, 9, 60, 70, 81

RF_IN

VDD_PADS 36

ROM

RESET 27

Burst
Mode
Controller

RESET_B 34

Baseband and Logic


Memory
mapped
RAM
Control
status

VDD_PIO

Clock
Generation

VREO
Out

VDD_USB 83

PIO[0]/RXEN

In
En

USB_DN

PIO[2]
PIO[3]
PIO[4]
PIO[5]
PIO[6]
PIO[7]
PIO[8]
PIO[9]
PIO[10]
PIO[11]

72
82 29 30 28 19 74 63 61 62 52 53 54 64 51 13
14
40
46
48
47
25
23
24
39

PCM_CLK
VDD_PRG

PCM_SYNC

PCM_OUT
PCM_IN

UART_RX
UART_RTS
UART_CTS

SPI_MISO
UART_TX

SPI_MOSI

SPI_CLK

SPI_CSB

USB_DP

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VSS_USB
73, 84

58 AIO[0]
59 AIO[1]

69 AIO[2]

VSS_PIO
1, 2

35 VSS_PADS

VSS_MEM
10, 15, 17, 20, 71

41 VSS_CORE

45 VSS
VSS_ANA
66, 68, 76

VSS_VCO
49, 50

VSS_RADIO
32, 38, 44

XTAL_OUT 67

NC
4, 5, 8, 16, 57, 65, 75

GX25

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IC403 VHIR118030B-1L (R118030B): REGULATOR


Pin No.
1
2
3
4

Terminal name
CE
GND
VOUT
VDD

Input/Output
Input

Output
Input

Description of terminal
Chip enable
Earth
Output
Input

VDD 4

3 VOUT

Vref
Current Limit

CE 1

2 GND

IC501 VHITK11132C-1R (TK11132C): REGULATOR


IC602 VHITK11128C-1R (TK11128C): REGULATOR
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5

Terminal name
VCONT
GND
NP
VOUT
VIN

Input/Output
Input

Output
Input

Description of terminal
Control
Earth
Capacitor (Vref)
Output
Input
VOUT
4

VIN
5

Control
Circuit

Over Heat &


Over Current
Protection

320K

+
Bandgap
Reference

500K

1
VCONT

3
NP

2
GND

IC503 VHITK73840G-1L (TK73840G): REGULATOR


Pin No.

Terminal name

Input/Output
Input

Description of terminal

VCONT (ON/OFF)

Power control

BIN (PE)

Input

Power enable

VIN (Vin)

Input

Power supply

PCL (ACL)

Input

Current setting

NC (GND)

Earth

GND (GND)

Earth

7*

VFB (Vfb)

Input

Not used

VSENSE (PC)

Output

Power output

VOUT (Vout)

Output

Power output

In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.
TOP VIEW
VIN 3

3
VIN

2
BIN

6
GND

9
VOUT

5
NC

8
VSENSE

4
PCL

7
VFB

9 VOUT

BIN 2

8 VSENSE
Control
Circuit

VCONT 1

Over Heat
Protect

7 VFB

Bandgap
Reference
4 PCL

1
1 VCONT
A

5,6
GND

6 14

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IC504 VHIUSBUF2WE-1L (USBUF2WE): EMI FILTER
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5*
6

Terminal name
D1
GND
D2
D3
NC
D4

Input/Output
Input/Output

Input/Output
Input/Output

Input/Output

Description of terminal
Data Input/Output
Earth
Data Input/Output
Data Input/Output
Not used
Data Input/Output

In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.

3.3V
Rt

Rp

D1 1

6 D4
Ct

Grd 2

5 3.3V

Rt
D2 3

4 D3
Ct

IC601 VHIXC621918-1L (XC621918): REGULATOR


Pin No.
1
2*
3
4*
5
6

Terminal name
VIN
NC
VOUT
NC
VSS
CE

Input/Output
Input

Output

Input

Description of terminal
Input
Not used
Output
Not used
Earth
ON/OFF Control

In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.

1 VIN
ON/OFF
Control

CE 6

Each circuit
Current
Limit

3 VOUT
R2

R1
Voltage
Reference

6 15

5 VSS

GX25

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IC603 RH-IXA020AFPZL (LR38876): CAMERA I/F CONVERSION LSI


Pin No.
1*
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10*
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48*
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59*
60
61
62
63

Terminal name

EXCKI
GND
A19
A2
WRB
GND
OD9
OD10

GND
CVDD
A18
A1
RDB
HVDD2
OD8
OD11
TEST5
OD7
OD13
OD12
OD6
OD5
A17
CSB
OD15
OD14
OD3
OD2
OD4
TEST4
CLKO
GND
OD0
OD1
HVDD2
D0
GND
DX
CINT
GND
SDA
CVDD
D1
D2
RSTB
CBREQ
D3
D4
TEST2
STANDBY
TEST1
GND
PCLK
HSYNC
D7
D5

TEST3
ACL
SDC
HVDD1

Input/Output

Input

Input
Input
Input

Input/Output
Input/Output

Input
Input
Input

Input/Output
Input/Output
Input
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input
Input
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input
Output

Input/Output
Input/Output

Input

Input
Output

Input/Output

Input
Input
Input
Output
Input
Input
Input
Output
Input

Input
Input
Input
Input

Input
Output
Input/Output

Description of terminal
Continuity test terminal (Not used)
System clock input
Earth
CPU I/F address
CPU I/F address
CPU I/F write signal input
Earth
CPU I/F data bus, bit 9
CPU I/F data bus, bit 10
Continuity test terminal (Not used)
Earth
Internal core power supply (+1.8 V)
CPU I/F address
CPU I/F address
CPU I/F read signal input
External digital power supply 2 (+1.8/3.0 V)
CPU I/F data bus, bit 8
CPU I/F data bus, bit 11
Test terminal 5
CPU I/F data bus, bit 7
CPU I/F data bus, bit 13
CPU I/F data bus, bit 12
CPU I/F data bus, bit 6
CPU I/F data bus, bit 5
CPU I/F address
CPU I/F chip select input
CPU I/F data bus, bit 15
CPU I/F data bus, bit 14
CPU I/F data bus, bit 3
CPU I/F data bus, bit 2
CPU I/F data bus, bit 4
Test terminal 4 (use Low input)
Output clock to camera module
Earth
CPU I/F data bus, bit 0
CPU I/F data bus, bit 1
External digital power supply 2 (+1.8/3.0 V)
Image I/F input data, bit 0
Earth
Test terminal (use Low input)
CPU/ I/F interrupt output
Earth
Artificial I2 C I/F data line
Internal core power supply (+1.8 V)
Image I/F input data, bit 1
Image I/F input data, bit 2
Reset input
CPU I/F DMA request output (Not used)
Image I/F input data, bit 3
Image I/F input data, bit 4
Test terminal 2
Stand-by signal output to camera module
Test terminal 1
Earth
Input pixel clock from camera module
Horizontal synchronous signal
Image I/F input data, bit 7
Image I/F input data, bit 5
Continuity test terminal (Not used)
Test terminal 3
Reset signal output to camera module
Artificial I2 C I/F clock line
External digital power supply 1 (+3.0 V)

6 16

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Pin No.
64
65
66
67
68*

Terminal name
GND
VSYNC
HVDD1
D6

Input/Output

Input

Input

Description of terminal
Earth
Vertical synchronous signal
External digital power supply 1 (+3.0 V)
Image I/F input data, bit 6
Continuity test terminal (Not used)

In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.

CLKO

SDA,SDC
EXCKI

Artificial I2C
generation circuit

Clock control circuit

Data arbitrator

Bus I/F

Bus connection

Line buffer
for saving

Format conversion
(e.g. image trimming)

Shared
memory
640x16x8

YUV serial/parallel
conversion

(UYVY-RGB)

Reduction
Line buffer
for display

192x16x1
320x16x2

ACL

Internal
register

STANDBY

Image processing block


Camera module side

Host I/F

Image data

U Y V Y

(UYVY-YUV)

DSP control circuit

Host side

H,VSYNC

DSP I/F

Control data

Other signals

6 17

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IC604 VHIYMU762C+-1L (YMU762C): SOUND

PLLC

CLKI

HPOUT-R

HPOUT-L/
MONO

Description of terminal
Clock input terminal
External LED control terminal
Interrupt output terminal
Hardware reset input terminal
Not used
Built-in PLL capacitor terminal
Power supply (Typ + 3.0 V)
Earth
Analogue reference voltage terminal
Headphone output L-ch
Headphone output R-ch
Equaliser terminal 1
Equaliser terminal 2
Equaliser terminal 3
Analogue power supply for speaker amplifier (Typ + 3.6 V)
Analogue earth for speaker amplifier
Speaker terminal 1
Speaker terminal 2
External motor control terminal
CPU I/F data bus 7
CPU I/F data bus 6
CPU I/F data bus 5
CPU I/F data bus 4
CPU I/F data bus 3
CPU I/F data bus 2
CPU I/F data bus 1
CPU I/F data bus 0
CPU I/F write enable
CPU I/F chip select input
CPU I/F address signal
CPU I/F read enable
Power supply for terminal

VSS

Input/Output
Input
Output
Output
Input

Output
Output

Output
Output
Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input
Input
Input
Input

VDD

Terminal name
CLKI
LED
/IRQ
/RST
NC
PLLC
VDD
VSS
VREF
HPOUT-L/MONO
HPOUT-R
EQ1
EQ2
EQ3
SPVDD
SPVSS
SPOUT1
SPOUT2
MTR
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
/WR
/CS
A0
/RD
IOVDD

IOVDD

Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5*
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

32

11

10

/RST 4

Timing Generator

PLL

FiFO
512 byte

Control register SRAM/ROM

20 ~ 27
D0~D7

Intermediate register

29
30
28
31

CPU interface

/CS
A0
/WR
/RD

Interface register

FiFO
64 byte

Sequencer

Buffer

FM +
Wave Table
Synthesiser

HP
Vol R

HP
Vol L

Select
Vol

R-ch

Mono

R-ch
16-bit
DAC

Vol

L-ch

PCM/ADPCM
Play back

EQ
Vol

12 EQ1

L-ch

13 EQ2

VREF

+ 14 EQ3
SP
Vol

Soft IRQ
/IRQ 3
17 SPOUT1
LED 2

LED control

MTR 19

Vibrator control

TIMER
18 SPOUT2
VREF

NC 5

6 18

SPVSS

16 15
Analogue power supply
for speaker amplifier

SPVDD

VREF

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IC605 VHISC606AIT-1L (SC606AIT): POWER
Pin No.
1
2
3
4

Terminal name
ILEDA1
SDA
SCL
EN

Input/Output
Output
Input
Input
Input

VOUT

Output

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

VIN
C1C1+
C2C2+
GND
ILEDC2
ILEDC1
ILEDB2
ILEDB1
ILEDA2

Input
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output

Output
Output
Output
Output
Output

Description of terminal
Current sink for LEDA1 [If not in use, pin may be left open of earth]
Bi-directional serial data line
Serial bus clock input
Active high enable
Bias current is typically 0.1 A with EN is low
Output of the charge pump
Connect a 1F capacitor from VOUT to earth
Input voltage ranging from 2.85 V to 5.5 V
Negative terminal of bucket capacitor 1
Positive terminal of bucket capacitor 1
Negative terminal of bucket capacitor 2
Positive terminal of bucket capacitor 2
Earth
Current sink for LEDC2 [If not in use, pin may be left open of earth]
Current sink for LEDC1 [If not in use, pin may be left open of earth]
Current sink for LEDB2 [If not in use, pin may be left open of earth]
Current sink for LEDB1 [If not in use, pin may be left open of earth]
Current sink for LEDA2 [If not in use, pin may be left open of earth]

ILEDA2
16

ILEDA1
1

ILEDB1
15

ILEDB2
14

ILEDC1
13

ILEDC2
12

11 GND

Current Brightness Control

VOUT 5
mAhXLifeTM Fractional Charge Pump
[1x, 1.5x, 2x]

Current Sense FETs


and Amplifer(s)

VIN 6

1.33 MHz /250 kHz


Oscillator

EN 4

Schmitt Buffer

SDA 2

Schmitt Buffer

Mode Select
[1x, 1.5x, 2x
startup Shutdown]

Current Set/DAC

Serial I/O Logic

SCL 3

Registers

Schmitt Buffer

8
C1+

7
C1-

9
C2-

10
C2+

IC703 VHIR11618FB-1L (R11618FB): REGULATOR


Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5

Terminal name
VDD
GND
CE
ECO
VOUT

Input/Output
Input

Input
Input
Output

Description of terminal
Input
Earth
Chip enable
High speed/low consumption selector switch
Output
ECO
4

5 VOUT

VDD 1

+
VREF
CURRENT LIMIT
2 GND

CE 3

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IC704 (LR38863): DISPLAY CONTROLLER


Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

Terminal name
DUMMY4
VDDPLL
PLLGND
PLLDIV0
PLLDIV1
HSD0
HSD1
HSD2
HSWRD
HSEN
HSCK
DUMMY3
PWM1/PORT8

Input/Output

Input
Input
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output

Output

14
15
16
17*
18
19
20

PLLDIV2
VDDCORE
GND
SUBWR_B
GND
VDDCORE
PWM0/PORT3

Input

Input/Output

Output

21*
22
23
24*
25
26
27*
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35*
36
37
38
39
40
41*
42*
43
44
45

SUBCS_B
CS_B
VDDIO
LCDINT
GTDIO_B
VDDIO
SUBDB1
BDATA[5] (B5)
BDATA[5] (B4)
BDATA[5] (B3)
GND
TESTI
BSHS_B
WR_B
SUBRS
MP4 RESET_B
HSD6
BDATA[2] (B2)
BDATA[2] (B1)
BDATA[2] (B0)
EXCS_B1
XOUT
VDDIO
GND
SCANEN

Input/Output
Input/Output

Output
Output

Input/Output
Output
Output
Output

Input
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Output
Input/Output
Output
Output
Output
Input/Output
Output

Input

46
47

RD_B
RSP

Input/Output
Input/Output

48
49
50
51
52
53*
54

GND
HSD3
DCLK
VSYNC
HSYNC
EXCS_B3
XIN

Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input

55*
56

SUBDB6
RESET_B

Input/Output
Input

Description of terminal
Dummy 4
PLL Power supply 1.8 V (1.6 V~ 2.0 V)
PLL Earth
PLL multiply switching signal
PLL multiply switching signal
Data bus for high-speed serial transfer
Data bus for high-speed serial transfer
Data bus for high-speed serial transfer
Read/Write determination signal for high-speed serial transfer
High-speed serial data effective signal High is active
Standard clock for high-speed serial transfer (5 to 33 MHz)
Dummy 3
PWM output 1
General-purpose PORT output (default)
PLL multiply switching signal
CORE Power supply 1.8 V (1.6 V~ 2.0 V)
Logic earth
Light signal for External display (Not used)
Logic earth
CORE Power supply 1.8 V (1.6 V~ 2.0 V)
PWM output 0
General-purpose PORT output (default)
Chip select signal for External display (Not used)
Device select signal (Display is active when CS_B is Low)
IO Power supply 3.0 V (2.7 V~ 3.3 V)
External interrupt signal (Starting varies when interruption occurs.) (Not used)
MPEG4ASIC internal core power-cut signal (Low is active.)
IO Power supply 3.0 V (2.7 V~ 3.3 V)
Data bus for External display (Not used)
Display panel B output signa
Display panel B output signa
Display panel B output signa
Logic earth
Test terminal (Connected to GND normally)
External Bit Stream horizontal synchronization signal (Low is active)
Host write strobe signal
Data determination signal for External display (Not used)
MPEG4ASIC reset control signal (Low is active)
Data bus for high-speed serial transfer
Display panel B output signal
Display panel B output signal
Display panel B output signal
Chip select output 1 (internal decode output) (Not used)
Oscillation circuit output (Not used)
IO Power supply 3.0 V (2.7 V~ 3.3 V)
Logic earth
Full scan effective signal High is active
(Connected to GND normally)
Host read strobe signal
Register selection signal
HOST_IF section : RSP = Low...Display access
RSP = High...Control access
Hyper_Serial section : RSP = Low...Control acces
RSP = High...Display access
Logic earth
Data bus for high-speed serial transfer
Data sampling clock (display clock)
Vertical synchronization signal
Horizontal synchronization signal
Chip select output 3 (internal decode output) (Not used)
Oscillation circuit input/External clock input signal
Clock input for full scan
Data bus for External display (Not used)
Master reset (All registers are initialized when Low is activated)

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Pin No.
57*
58*
59
60
61
62*
63
64
65
66*
67*
68
69
70
71
72
73

Terminal name
SUBDB0
SUBDB2
HSD5
DB0
HSD4
EXCS_B2
GDATA[5] (G5)
GDATA[4] (G4)
GDATA[3] (G3)
SUBDB3
SUBDB4
HSD7
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
STKCHK

Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Output
Output
Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input

74
75
76
77
78*
79
80*
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91

VDDCORE
GND
VDDIO
GDATA[2] (G2)
SUBDB5
BSCLK
SUBCK
DB5
VDDIO
GND
VDDCORE
CAMCK
GDATA[1] (G1)
GDATA[0] (G0)
RDATA[5] (R5)
RDATA[4] (R4)
VDDCORE
PWMLCD/PORT4

Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Output
Input/Output

Output
Output
Output
Output
Output

Output

92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102*
103*
104
105
106
107
108
109*
110*
111
112
113
114
115
116
117

BSBLK_B
DB6
DB7
DB8
DB9
VDDIO
RDATA[3] (R3)
RDATA[2] (R2)
RDATA[1] (R1)
RDATA[0] (R0)
MP4_P0
EXCS_B0
BSPIXEL7
BSVS_B
DB10
DB11
DB12
MP4_PLLCK
SUBDB7
GND
DA0
BSPIXEL0
DCS_B
VDDIO
BSPIXEL6
SE_DO/PORT0

Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output

Output
Output
Output
Output
Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Output
Input/Output

Input/Output
Input/Output
Input

Input/Output
Output

118

DB13

Input/Output

GX25

Description of terminal
Data bus for External display (Not used)
Data bus for External display (Not used)
Data bus for high-speed serial transfer
Data bus
Data bus for high-speed serial transfer
Chip select output 2 (internal decode output) (Not used)
Display panel G output signal
Display panel G output signal
Display panel G output signal
Data bus for External display (Not used)
Data bus for External display (Not used)
Data bus for high-speed serial transfer
Data bus
Data bus
Data bus
Data bus
Setting BS-related output terminal to Hi-z when a stack is installed
(Connected to GND normally)
CORE Power supply 1.8 V (1.6 V~ 2.0 V)
Logic earth
IO Power supply 3.0 V (2.7 V~ 3.3 V)
Display panel G output signal
Data bus for External display (Not used)
External Bit Stream data clock
Clock for External display (Not used)
Data bus
IO Power supply 3.0 V (2.7 V~ 3.3 V)
Logic earth
CORE Power supply 1.8 V (1.6 V~ 2.0 V)
Clock for camera operation
Display panel G output signal
Display panel G output signal
Display panel R output signal
Display panel R output signal
CORE Power supply 1.8 V (1.6 V~ 2.0 V)
PWM LCD output
General-purpose PORT output (default)
External Bit Stream data effective signal (High is active when transferring the data)
Data bus
Data bus
Data bus
Data bus
IO Power supply 3.0 V (2.7 V~ 3.3 V)
Display panel R output signal
Display panel R output signal
Display panel R output signal
Display panel R output signal
MPEG4 control
Chip select output 0 (internal decode output) (Not used)
External Bit Stream data bus
External Bit Stream vertical synchronization signal (Low is active)
Data bus
Data bus
Data bus
MPEG4ASIC clock 15.36 MHz/CPU supply XIN clock (Not used)
Data bus for External display (Not used)
Logic earth
Address input for chip select decode
External Bit Stream data bus
Chip select input dedicated for chip select decode
IO Power supply 3.0 V (2.7 V~ 3.3 V)
External Bit Stream data bus
Data output for 4-wire serial IF (default)
General-purpose PORT output
Data bus

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Pin No.
119
120
121
122
123*
124
125
126
127
128
129

Terminal name
DB14
DB15
WAIT_B
SUBFLMIN
SUBCKS
DA1
BSPIXEL1
BSPIXEL4
GND
BSPIXEL5
SE_CK/PORT1

Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Output
Input
Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output

Input/Output
Output

130

SE_LD2/PORT5

Output

131

BUFOFF_B

Input

132
133
134*

VDDIO
DUMMY2
SE_LD3/PORT6

Output

135
136
137
138
139
140

VDDIO
SUBLPIN
BSPIXEL2
BSPIXEL3
VDDCORE
SE_DI/PORT7

Input
Input/Output
Input/Output

Input/Output

141

SE_LD1/PORT2

Output

142
143
144

GND
VDDCORE
DUMMY1

Description of terminal
Data bus
Data bus
External wait signal (Low is active)
Driver FLM signal input for External display
Clock switching signal for External display (Not used)
Address input for chip select decode
External Bit Stream data bus
External Bit Stream data bus
Logic earth
External Bit Stream data bus
Control clock for 4-wire serial IF (default)
General-purpose PORT output
Load signal 2 for 4-wire serial IF
General-purpose PORT output (default)
Buffer Gated switching signal for I/O through current prevention
(High when Host_IF signal is activated)
IO Power supply 3.0 V (2.7 V~ 3.3 V)
Dummy 2
Load signal 3 for 4-wire serial IF
General-purpose PORT output (default) (Not used)
IO Power supply 3.0 V (2.7 V~ 3.3 V)
Driver LP input External display
External Bit Stream data bus
External Bit Stream data bus
CORE Power supply 1.8 V (1.6 V~ 2.0 V)
4-wire serial input (default)
General-purpose PORT output
Load signal 1 for 4-wire serial IF (default)
General-purpose PORT output
Logic earth
CORE Power supply 1.8 V (1.6 V~ 2.0 V)
Dummy 1Dummy 4

In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.

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IC801 VHI15515502-1L (15515502): RF
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33*
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

Terminal name
VCCLNA
PCSGND
PCSLNAI
PCSLNAIB
PCSDCSGND
DCSLNAI
DCSLNAIB
DCSGSMGND
GSMLNAI
GSMLNAIB
GSMGND
PLLOUT
VCCOPLL
VCCTXVCO
GNDTXVCOD
GNDTXVCODB
TXOUTG
COMMONGND
TXOUTD
TXVCOGB
TXVCOG
VCCIQ
IOUT/IIN
IOUTB/IINB
QOUT/QIN
QOUTB/QIN
VCCIFSYN
CPIFSYN
LE
CLK
VCXOOUT
SDATA
GNDVCXO (NC)
VCXOE
VCXOB
VCCVCXO
VCCRFSYN
CPRFSYN
FLOCK
VCCBB
VCCRFVCO
DIVON
VCCRFLO
CAPQB
CAPQ
CAPIB
CAPI
VCCMIX
GNDLNA

Input/Output
Input

Input
Input

Input
Input

Input
Input

Output
Input

Output

Output
Input
Input
Input
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
Input
Output
Input
Input
Output
Input

Input
Input
Input
Output
Output
Input
Input
Output
Input
Output
Output
Output
Output
Input

Description of terminal
VCC for LNA transistor and LNA Bias
Earth for emitter of LNA transistor (PCS)
Positive input for LNA transistor (PCS)
Negative input for LNA transistor (PCS)
Earth for emitter of LNA transistor (PCS, DCS)
Positive input for LNA transistor (DCS)
Negative input for LNA transistor (DCS)
Earth for emitter of LNA transistor (DCS, GSM)
Positive input for LNA transistor (GSM)
Negative input for LNA transistor (GSM)
Earth for emitter of LNA transistor (GSM)
Current output to control and modulate TXVCO
VCC for OPLL and phase comparator
VCC for TXVCO
Earth for DCS/PCS TxVCO
Earth for DCS/PCS TxVCO
Tx output for GSM
Earth for common
Tx output for DCS/PCS
Negative TxVCO output for GSM
Positive TxVCO output for GSM
VCC for IQ modulator
Positive output/input of I channel/modulator
Negative output/input of I channel/modulator
Positive output/input of Q channel/modulator
Negative output/input of Q channel/modulator
VCC for IFVCO buffer and divider, and IF synthesiser
Charge pump output of IF synthesiser
Load enable for serial data
Clock for serial data
Output for VCXO
Serial data
Earth for VCXO (Not used)
Emitter of VCXO transistor
Base of VCXO transistor
VCC for VCXO
VCC for RF synthesiser
Charge pump output of RF synthesiser
Fast lock control for RF synthesiser
VCC for baseband and state logic
VCC for RF VCO
VCXOOUT divider control input
VCC for RF local buffer and divider
Capacitor for Q channel LPF (Negative output)
Capacitor for Q channel LPF (Positive output)
Capacitor for I channel LPF (Negative output)
Capacitor for I channel LPF (Positive output)
VCC for direct conversion mixer
Earth for LNA bias

In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.

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IC802 VHIRF3146++-1L (RF3146): POWER AMP.


Pin No.
1*
2
3*
4
5
6
7
8*
9*
10*
11*
12*
13*
14*
15*
16*
17*
18
19
20
21
22*
23*
24*
25*
26*
27*
28*
29*
30
31
32
33*
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44*
45
46*
47
48

Terminal name
NC
VCC2 GSM
NC
GND
GND
Pout_GSM850/900
GND
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
VCC3 GSM
VCC OUT
VCC OUT
VCC3 DCS/PCS
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
GND
PoutDCS1800/1900
GND
NC
GND
VCC2 DCS/PCS
GND
Pin_DCS1800/1900
GND
VCC1 DCS/PCS
BAND SEL
TX ENABLE
VBATT
VBATT
NC
Vramp
VCC1 GSM (NC)
GSM GND
Pin_GSM850/900

Input/Output

Input

Output

Input
Output
Output
Input

Output

Input

Input

Input
Input
Input
Input
Input

Input
Input

Input

Description of terminal
Not used
Controlled voltage input the GSM driver stage
Not used
Earth
Earth
Output power (GSM850/900)
Earth
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Controlled voltage input the GSM driver stage
Controlled voltage output to feed VCC
Controlled voltage output to feed VCC
Controlled voltage input the DCS/PCS driver stage
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Earth
Output power (DCS/PCS)
Earth
Not used
Earth
Controlled voltage input the DCS/PCS driver stage
Earth
Input power from TXVCO (DCS/PCS)
Earth
Controlled voltage input the DCS/PCS driver stage
Band select voltage
This signal enables the PA module
Power supply
Power supply
Not used
Power control voltage
Controlled voltage input the GSM driver stage (Not used)
Earth
Input power from TXVCO (GSM850/900)

In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside.

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Pin_GSM
850/900

GSM GND

VCC1 GSM
(NC)

Vramp

NC

VBATT

VBATT

TX ENABLE

BAND SEL
VCC1
DCS/PCS

GND
Pin_DCS
1800/1900

CONFIDENTIAL

48

47

46

45

44

43

42

41

40

38

39

37

NC 1

36 GND
VCC

VCC

VCC2
35 DCS/PCS

VCC2 GSM 2
NC 3

34 GND

GND 4

33 NC

GND 5
Pout_GSM
850/900 6

32 GND
PoutDCS
31 1800/1900

GND 7

30 GND

Fully Integrated
Power Control Circuit

NC 8

29 NC

NC 9

28 NC

NC 10

27 NC

NC 11

26 NC

NC 12
19

20

NC

VCC3 GSM

VCC OUT

VCC OUT
VCC3 DCS/
PCS

21

22

23

24
NC

18

NC

17

NC

16
NC

NC

15
NC

14

NC

25 NC
13

IC804 VHIR5322P++-1L (R5322P): VOLTAGE REGULATOR


Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6

Terminal name
CE1
VDD
CE2
VOUT2
GND
VOUT1

Input/Output
Input
Input
Input
Output

Output

CE1

Description of terminal
Chip enable1
Power supply
Chip enable2
VCC for VRF
Earth
VCC for VTCXO

1
Error Amp.

VOUT1

GND

VOUT2

R1_1

Vref
Current Limit

VDD

R2_1

Error Amp.

R1_1

Vref
Current Limit

CE2

6 25

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[2] Function table of Display


LCD100 RLCUBA019AFPZ: MAIN DISPLAY
Pin
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33

Terminal
name
GND4
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
G0
G1
G2
G3
G4
G5
R0
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
GND3
DCLK
HSYNC
VSYNC
GND2
SO
SI
SCLK
LCDCS
VDDIO
VDC2
VDC1
RESET
GND1

Input/Output

Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input
Input

Input
Input
Input

Output
Input
Input
Input

Input

Description of terminal
Earth
Data: Blue, LSB
Data: Blue, second bit
Data: Blue, third bit
Data: Blue, fourth bit
Data: Blue, fifth bit
Data: Blue, MSB
Data: Green, LSB
Data: Green, second bit
Data: Green, third bit
Data: Green, fourth bit
Data: Green, fifth bit
Data: Green, MSB
Data: Red, LSB
Data: Red, second bit
Data: Red, third bit
Data: Red, fourth bit
Data: Red, fifth bit
Data: Red, MSB
Earth
Dotclock
HSYNC
VSYNC
Earth
Output serial
Input serial
Serial clock
Serial chip select
Power supply for logic
Power supply for drive
Power supply for drive
Display reset
Earth

To Input Terminal
33

MAIN DISPLAY

LCD101 RLCUBA020AFPZ: EXTERNAL DISPLAY


Pin
No.
1
2
3

Terminal
name
SDIN
SCLK
DC_B

Input/Output
Input
Input
Input

SCEB

Input

RESET_B

Input

VDD

7
8

VLCD
VSS

Description of terminal
Serial data input
Serial clock input
Data/command select input: Select "L" for
commands, and "H" to write data
Chip enable: Select "H" to initialise command register
Reset input: Select "L" to initialise this
product
MPU power supply terminal can also be
used for VDD
Power supply for liquid crystal drive circuit
0V terminal to be connected to system
earth

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To Input Terminal
8

EXTERNAL
DISPLAY

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PARTS GUIDE
No. SX429TQG250/B

DIGITAL MOBILE PHONE


MODEL

GX25

CONTENTS

[1] INTEGRATED CIRCUITS

[9] ARRAY PARTS

[2] TRANSISTORS

[10] CAPACITORS

[3] DIODES

[11] RESISTORS

[4] FILTERS

[12] OTHER CIRCUITRY


PARTS

[5] COILS
[13] CABINET PARTS
[6] VARIABLE RESISTORS
[7] VIBRATORS

[14] ACCESSORIES/PACKING
PARTS

[8] THERMISTOR

[15] P.W.B. ASSEMBLY

Parts marked with " " are important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these
parts with specified ones for maintaining the safety and performance of the set.

SHARP CORPORATION

This document has been published to be used


for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.

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NO.

PARTS CODE

PRICE NEW PART


RANK MARK RANK

DESCRIPTION

[1] INTEGRATED CIRCUITS


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IC102
IC103
IC104
IC105
IC106
IC107
IC108
IC109
IC111
IC114
IC115
IC402
IC403
IC501
IC503
IC504
IC507
IC601
IC602
IC603
IC604
IC605
IC703
IC704
IC801
IC802
IC804

VHIQ5RW45BF-1L
--------------VHITC7SZ08F-1L
-------VHIX61CN27N-1L
VHI1323B30G-1R
VHITC7SZ32F-1L
VHIBH30MA3W-1R
VHITC75S58A-1L
VHIEW6671F+-1R
VHIBC313143-1L
VHIR118030B-1L
VHITK11132C-1R
VHITK73840G-1L
VHIUSBUF2WE-1L
VHI74VHC1GT-1L
VHIXC621918-1L
VHITK11128C-1R
RH-IXA020AFPZL
VHIYMU762C+-1L
VHISC606AIT-1L
VHIR11618FB-1L
-------VHI15515502-1L
VHIRF3146++-1L
VHIR5322P++-1L

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AT
AE

4.5V Regulator,Q5RW45BF
This Parts is Supplied with Cabinet Parts 104
This Parts is Supplied with Cabinet Parts 104
And Gate,TC7SZ08F
This Parts is Supplied with Cabinet Parts 104
Voltage Detector,X61CN27N
Regulator,1323B30G
Logic,TC7SZ32F
Regulator,BH30MA3W
Comparator,TC75S58A
Hall,EW6671F
Bluetooth Module,BC313143
Regulator,R118030B
Regulator,TK11132C
Regulator,TK73840G
EMI Filter,USBUF2WE
Logic,74VHC1GT
Regulator,XC621918
Regulator,TK11128C
Camera I/F Conversion LSI,LR38876
Sound,YMU762C
Power,SC606AIT
Regulator,R11618FB
This Parts is Supplied with Cabinet Parts 104
RF,15515502
Power Amp.,RF3146
Voltage Regulator,R5322P

AC
AF
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB

FET,2SK3019
FET,ECH8603
Digital,NPN/PNP,NSBC143 TP
FET,EC4301 C
FET,EC4401 C
Digital,NPN,DC114 YETG
FET,EC4401 C
Digital,NPN,DC114 YETG
FET,EC4401 C
FET,EC4401 C
FET,EC4301 C
FET,EC4401 C
FET,EC4401 C

AB
AC
AB
AB
AC
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AC
AC
AB
AB
AB
AB
AG
AG
AG
AE
AK
AH
AC
AC
AC
AC

Silicon,RB52030T
Silicon,RB160M30
Silicon,RB52130T
Silicon,1SS388F
Silicon,RB160M30
Silicon,RB52130T
Silicon,1SS388F
Silicon,MA2SD31
Silicon,1SS388F
LED,Yellow green,PY1103CF
LED,Yellow green,PY1103CF
LED,Yellow green,PY1103CF
LED,Yellow green,PY1103CF
LED,Yellow green,YPY1105C
LED,Yellow green,YPY1105C
LED,Yellow green,PY1103CF
LED,Yellow green,PY1103CF
LED,Yellow green,PY1103CF
LED,Yellow green,PY1103CF
LED,White,EW008BB5
LED,White,EW008BB5
LED,White,EW008BB5
LED,Blue,NSCB215T
LED,White,EW1102AT
Infrared Port (2W0110VY)
Zener,6.8V,RSB6.8S
Zener,6.8V,RSB6.8S
Zener,6.8V,RSB6.8S
Zener,6.8V,RSB6.8S

[2] TRANSISTORS
Q101
Q102
Q104
Q106
Q107
Q501
Q502
Q503
Q504
Q505
Q506
Q507
Q751

VS2SK3019//-1+
VSECH8603++-1L
VSNSBC143TP-1R
VSEC4301C++-1L
VSEC4401C++-1L
VSDC114YETG-1L
VSEC4401C++-1L
VSDC114YETG-1L
VSEC4401C++-1L
VSEC4401C++-1L
VSEC4301C++-1L
VSEC4401C++-1L
VSEC4401C++-1L

[3] DIODES
D101
D102
D105
D502
D503
D505
D631
D708
D771
LED551
LED552
LED553
LED554
LED555
LED556
LED559
LED560
LED561
LED562
LED701
LED702
LED703
LED704
LED751
UN101
ZD101
ZD102
ZD703
ZD704

VHDRB52030T-1L
VHDRB160M30-1L
VHDRB52130T-1L
VHD1SS388F+-1L
VHDRB160M30-1L
VHDRB52130T-1L
VHD1SS388F+-1L
VHDMA2SD31+-1L
VHD1SS388F+-1L
VHPPY1103CF-1L
VHPPY1103CF-1L
VHPPY1103CF-1L
VHPPY1103CF-1L
VHPYPY1105C-1L
VHPYPY1105C-1L
VHPPY1103CF-1L
VHPPY1103CF-1L
VHPPY1103CF-1L
VHPPY1103CF-1L
VHPEW008BB5-1L
VHPEW008BB5-1L
VHPEW008BB5-1L
VHPNSCB215T-1L
VHPEW1102AT-1L
VHP2W0110VY-1R
VHERSB6R8S+-1L
VHERSB6R8S+-1L
VHERSB6R8S+-1L
VHERSB6R8S+-1L

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[4] FILTERS

FL101
FL102
FL103
FL104
FL105
FL401
FL701
FL803
FL823
FL902
FL903
FL905

RFILNA004AFZZN
RFILNA004AFZZN
RFILNA004AFZZN
RFILNA004AFZZN
RFILNA004AFZZN
RFILRA017AFPZR
RFILNA004AFZZN
RFILRA006AFZZL
RFILN0020AFZZN
RFILRA015AFPZL
RFILRA014AFPZL
RFILR0256AFZZL

AC
AC
AC
AC
AC
AE
AC
AF
AB
AG
AF
AE

Noise Filter
Noise Filter
Noise Filter
Noise Filter
Noise Filter
Filter,Bluetooth
Noise Filter
RF Switch
Ferrite Beads
SAW Filter
SAW Filter
ESD Device

AC
AC
AB
AB
AC
AC
AC
AC
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AC
AC
AC
AA
AK
AA
AA
AA
AA

Ferrite Beads
Ferrite Beads
33 nH
33 nH
Ferrite Beads
Ferrite Beads
Ferrite Beads
Ferrite Beads
22 nH
33 nH
33 nH
Ferrite Beads
Ferrite Beads
Ferrite Beads
Ferrite Beads
Ferrite Beads
Ferrite Beads
2.2 nH
2.2 nH
2.7 nH
10 nH
12 nH
6.8 nH
6.8 nH
6.8 nH
3.3 nH

AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB

Varistor,100 pF,8V
Varistor,100 pF,8V
Varistor,100 pF,8V
Varistor,100 pF,8V
Varistor,100 pF,8V
Varistor,100 pF,8V
Varistor,100 pF,8V
Varistor,15 pF,27V
Varistor,100 pF,8V
Varistor,15 pF,27V

AP
AF

VCTCXO,26 MHz
Crystal,32 kHz

AF

Thermistor,10 kohm

AF
AF
AF
AF
AF
AC
AC
AC
AC
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB

Array,EMI Filter
Array,EMI Filter
Array,EMI Filter
Array,EMI Filter
Array,EMI Filter
Array,Ferrite Beads
Array,Ferrite Beads
Array,Ferrite Beads
Array,Ferrite Beads
Array,47 ohms
Array,47 ohms
Array,47 ohms
Array,47 ohms
Array,470 ohms
Array,470 ohms
Array,470 kohms
Array,470 kohms
Array,470 kohms
Array,47 ohms
Array,47 ohms
Array,47 ohms

[5] COILS
L101
L102
L103
L104
L107
L108
L113
L124
L403
L635
L636
L714
L715
L746
L749
L801
L802
L821
L822
L830
L883
L884
L891
L892
L1871
L1872

RCILZ1088YCZZRCILZ1088YCZZVPBFMS33JR65MT
VPBFMS33JR65MT
RCILZ1088YCZZRCILZ1088YCZZRCILZ1088YCZZRCILZ1088YCZZVPBZNS22J0000VPBFMS33JR65MT
VPBFMS33JR65MT
RBLN-0240TAZZY
RBLN-0240TAZZY
RCILZA008AFZZN
RCILZ0387AFZZN
RCILZ1103YCZZRCILZA005AFZZN
VPCAMT22S0000VPCAMT22S0000VPCAMT27S0000VPCAMS10J0000VPCAMS12J0000VPCAMT68J0000VPCAMT68J0000VPCAMT68J0000VPCAMT33S0000-

[6] VARIABLE RESISTORS


V101
V102
V502
V503
V504
V505
V506
V512
V513
V514

VHV10080MBB-1N
VHV10080MBB-1N
VHV10080MBB-1N
VHV10080MBB-1N
VHV10080MBB-1N
VHV10080MBB-1N
VHV10080MBB-1N
VHV10270MBB-1N
VHV10080MBB-1N
VHV10270MBB-1N

[7] VIBRATORS
TCX801
X101

RTCOXA005AFPZL
RCRSC0065AFZZL

[8] THERMISTOR
TH101

RH-HXA001AFZZN

[9] ARRAY PARTS


FL219
FL220
FL221
FL222
FL223
L733
L734
L735
L736
R273
R274
R275
R276
R532
R560
R611
R612
R613
R615
R616
R617

RFILN0024AFZZR
RFILN0024AFZZR
RFILN0024AFZZR
RFILN0024AFZZR
RFILN0024AFZZR
RCILZ0389AFZZN
RCILZ0389AFZZN
RCILZ0389AFZZN
RCILZ0389AFZZN
RMPTR4470ACZZN
RMPTR4470ACZZN
RMPTR4470ACZZN
RMPTR4470ACZZN
RMPTR4471ACZZN
RMPTR4471ACZZN
RMPTR4474ACZZN
RMPTR4474ACZZN
RMPTR4474ACZZN
RMPTR4470ACZZN
RMPTR4470ACZZN
RMPTR4470ACZZN

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[10] CAPACITORS
C101
C103
C105
C106
C107
C108
C112
C113
C115
C116
C117
C120
C121
C121A
C122
C123
C123A
C124
C125
C126
C127
C129
C131
C132
C133
C134
C135
C137
C138
C139
C141
C143
C144
C145
C146
C147
C148
C149
C150
C151
C153
C155
C156
C158
C159
C160
C161
C162
C163
C164
C165
C166
C170
C173
C176
C177
C178
C179
C180
C181
C182
C183
C184
C186
C187
C188
C191
C192
C195
C196
C197
C198
C199
C200
C203
C207
C213
C214
C219
C220
C231
C232
C233
C401
C402

VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
RC-KZ1315AFZZN
RC-KZ1315AFZZN
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCKYCZ1EB102KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCKYCZ1EB102KT
VCKYCZ1CB103KT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
RC-KZ1308AFZZT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1EB102KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
RC-KZ1315AFZZN
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCZ1EB102KT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCY0JB225KT
VCKYCY0JB225KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCY1AB474KT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1EB102KT
VCCCCZ1EH2R0CT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1CB103KT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1CB103KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCCCCZ1HH100DT
VCKYCZ1CB103KT
RC-KZ1308AFZZT
RC-KZ1308AFZZT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT

AB
AB
AA
AB
AC
AC
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AB
AD
AA
AB
AA
AB
AA
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AC
AA
AA
AB
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AC
AC
AB
AB
AB
AC
AB
AB
AA
AB
AA
AB
AB
AA
AA
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AD
AD
AA
AA
AB
AB
AA
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AB
AB

47 pF (CH),25V
47 pF (CH),25V
0.1 F,10V
47 pF (CH),25V
10 F,6.3V
10 F,6.3V
47 pF (CH),25V
0.001 F,25V
1 F,6.3V
47 pF (CH),25V
0.001 F,25V
0.01 F,16V
47 pF (CH),25V
0.1 F,10V
47 pF (CH),25V
4.7 F,6.3V
0.1 F,10V
1 F,6.3V
0.1 F,10V
47 pF (CH),25V
0.1 F,10V
0.1 F,10V
47 pF (CH),25V
1 F,6.3V
47 pF (CH),25V
47 pF (CH),25V
47 pF (CH),25V
0.1 F,10V
0.001 F,25V
1 F,6.3V
1 F,6.3V
47 pF (CH),25V
10 F,6.3V
0.1 F,10V
0.1 F,10V
47 pF (CH),25V
0.1 F,10V
47 pF (CH),25V
1 F,6.3V
0.001 F,25V
47 pF (CH),25V
1 F,6.3V
2.2 F,6.3V
2.2 F,6.3V
1 F,6.3V
1 F,6.3V
1 F,6.3V
0.47 F,10V
47 pF (CH),25V
1 F,6.3V
0.1 F,10V
1 F,6.3V
0.1 F,10V
0.001 F,25V
2 pF (CH),25V
0.1 F,10V
0.1 F,10V
0.01 F,16V
47 pF (CH),25V
0.1 F,10V
0.1 F,10V
0.1 F,10V
0.1 F,10V
0.01 F,16V
0.1 F,10V
0.1 F,10V
0.1 F,10V
10 pF (CH),50V
0.01 F,16V
4.7 F,6.3V
4.7 F,6.3V
0.1 F,10V
0.1 F,10V
47 pF (CH),25V
1 F,6.3V
0.1 F,10V
1 F,6.3V
1 F,6.3V
0.1 F,10V
0.1 F,10V
0.1 F,10V
0.1 F,10V
1 F,6.3V
1 F,6.3V
1 F,6.3V

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[10] CAPACITORS
C409
C410
C411
C413
C414
C416
C417
C418
C501
C504
C505
C507
C510
C511
C512
C513
C521
C601
C602
C604
C605
C606
C607
C608
C609
C610
C611
C613
C614
C615
C619
C620
C621
C622
C623
C624
C625
C626
C627
C628
C629
C630
C632
C633
C635
C636
C637
C638
C639
C640
C642
C711
C712
C717
C720
C727
C728
C729
C730
C732
C734
C736
C737
C739
C766
C771
C772
C787
C801
C802
C803
C806
C807
C810
C811
C812
C830
C831
C831A
C832
C833
C835
C836
C837
C840

VCKYCZ1CB103KT
VCKYCZ1CB103KT
VCKYCY1AB225KT
VCCCCZ1EH2R0CT
VCKYCZ1CB103KT
VCKYCZ1CB103KT
VCCCCZ1EH2R0CT
RC-CZ0065CFZZN
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1EB102KT
RC-KZ1321AFZZN
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCZ1CB103KT
VCKYCZ1CB103KT
VCKYCY1AB105KT
VCKYCY1EB105KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1CB103KT
VCKYCY1AB105KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCZ1AB473KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1AB473KT
VCCCCZ1EH221JT
VCKYCZ1AB473KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1EB102KT
RC-KZ1308AFZZT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCKYCZ1EB103KT
VCKYCZ1EB103KT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCCCCZ1HH100DT
VCCCCZ1HH100DT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCY0JB105KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1CB103KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1CB103KT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCY1AB104KT
VCCCCZ1EH101JT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCKYCY0JB225KT
VCKYCZ1CB103KT
VCKYCY0JB225KT
VCKYCZ1CB103KT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
VCCCCZ1EH220JT
VCCCCZ1EH220JT
VCKYCZ0JB105KT
RC-KZ3009AFZZN
VCCCCZ1EH5R0CT
VCCCCZ1EH271JT
VCCCCZ1EH101JT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCCCCZ1EH101JT
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
VCKYCZ1EB331KT

0.01 F,16V
0.01 F,16V
2.2 F,10V
2 pF (CH),25V
0.01 F,16V
0.01 F,16V
2 pF (CH),25V
1.6 pF,16V
0.1 F,10V
0.001 F,25V
22 F,6.3V
1 F,6.3V
1 F,6.3V
0.01 F,16V
0.01 F,16V
1 F,10V
1 F,25V
1 F,6.3V
0.1 F,10V
0.01 F,16V
1 F,10V
1 F,6.3V
0.047 F,10V
1 F,6.3V
0.1 F,10V
0.1 F,10V
47 pF (CH),25V
0.1 F,10V
1 F,6.3V
0.1 F,10V
0.1 F,10V
0.047 F,10V
220 pF (CH),25V
0.047 F,10V
0.1 F,10V
0.001 F,25V
4.7 F,6.3V
0.1 F,10V
47 pF (CH),25V
47 pF (CH),25V
0.01 F,25V
0.01 F,25V
47 pF (CH),25V
1 F,6.3V
1 F,6.3V
1 F,6.3V
1 F,6.3V
47 pF (CH),25V
47 pF (CH),25V
47 pF (CH),25V
0.1 F,10V
47 pF (CH),25V
47 pF (CH),25V
10 pF (CH),50V
10 pF (CH),50V
0.1 F,10V
1 F,6.3V
1 F,6.3V
0.1 F,10V
0.1 F,10V
0.1 F,10V
0.01 F,16V
0.1 F,10V
0.1 F,10V
0.01 F,16V
0.1 F,10V
0.1 F,10V
100 pF (CH),25V
1 F,6.3V
2.2 F,6.3V
0.01 F,16V
2.2 F,6.3V
0.01 F,16V
1 F,6.3V
22 pF (CH),25V
22 pF (CH),25V
1 F,6.3V
0.0022 F,50V
5 pF (CH),25V
270 pF (CH),25V
100 pF (CH),25V
0.1 F,10V
100 pF (CH),25V
0.1 F,10V
330 pF,25V

AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AB
AD
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AA
AB
AA
AB
AA
AA
AB
AA
AB
AA
AB
AD
AA
AB
AB
AA
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA
AB
AC
AA
AA
AA
AB
AA
AA
AB
AA
AC
AB
AB
AC
AB
AC
AB
AB
AA
AA
AB
AA
AA
AA
AB
AA
AB
AA
AA

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[10] CAPACITORS
C841
C842
C843
C844
C845
C850
C851
C855
C856
C857
C860
C867
C870
C871
C872
C873
C881
C885
C892
C1820
C1822
C1823
C1824
C1862
C1863
C1865
C1866
C1875
C1876
C1877
C1878

RC-KZ3010AFZZN
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
RC-KZ3011AFZZN
RC-KZ3011AFZZN
VCKYCZ1AB104KT
RC-CZ3001AFZZN
VCKYCZ1EB182KT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCCCCZ1EH220JT
VCCCCZ1EH220JT
RC-SZ3004AFPZL
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
VCKYCZ1EB102KT
VCCCCZ1EH470JT
RC-CZ0057CFZZN
VCCCCZ1EH1R0CT
VCKYCZ1EB102KT
VCKYCZ1CB103KT
VCCCCZ1EH101JT
VCKYCZ1EB102KT
VCKYCZ1EB102KT
VCCCCZ1EH101JT
VCCCCZ1EH820JT
VCCCCZ1EH101JT
VCCCCZ1EH2R0CT
VCCCCZ1EH2R0CT
VCCCCZ1EH2R0CT
VCCCCZ1EH1R0CT

AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AA
AB
AA
AA
AE
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA

0.0033 F,50V
0.1 F,10V
0.0018 F,50V
0.0018 F,50V
0.1 F,10V
0.015 F,50V
0.0018 F,25V
47 pF (CH),25V
22 pF (CH),25V
22 pF (CH),25V
47 F,6.3V,Tantalum,Electrolytic
47 pF (CH),25V
47 pF (CH),25V
47 pF (CH),25V
47 pF (CH),25V
0.001 F,25V
47 pF (CH),25V
0.7 pF,16V
1 pF (CH),25V
0.001 F,25V
0.01 F,16V
100 pF (CH),25V
0.001 F,25V
0.001 F,25V
100 pF (CH),25V
82 pF (CH),25V
100 pF (CH),25V
2 pF (CH),25V
2 pF (CH),25V
2 pF (CH),25V
1 pF (CH),25V

AB
AA
AB
AA
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA
AB
AA
AC
AB
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AB
AA
AB
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA
AB
AA
AB
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB

470 kohms,1/16W
470 ohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
2 kohms,1/16W
27 kohms,1/16W
470 kohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
18 kohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
100 ohm,1/16W
470 kohms,1/16W
2.2 kohms,1/16W
2.2 kohms,1/16W
27 kohms,1/16W
470 kohms,1/16W
2.2 kohms,1/16W
2.2 kohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
47 ohms,1/16W
91 kohms,1/16W
3.3 kohms,1/16W
330 ohms,1/16W
100 kohm,1/16W
0.18 ohms,1/2W
470 kohms,1/16W
100 kohm,1/16W
330 ohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
470 kohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
470 kohms,1/16W
470 kohms,1/16W
470 kohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
10 kohm,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
20 Mohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
470 ohms,1/16W
470 ohms,1/16W
470 ohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
10 Mohm,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
82 ohms,1/16W
100 ohm,1/16W
100 ohm,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
470 kohms,1/16W

[11] RESISTORS
R101
R102
R103
R104
R105
R106
R107
R108
R110
R112
R115
R116
R117
R118
R119
R120
R122
R125
R126
R127
R128
R130
R131
R132
R133
R136
R141
R143
R144
R148
R150
R154
R156
R160
R161
R165
R166
R167
R168
R169
R170
R171
R172
R173
R174
R174A
R175
R179
R180
R181
R182
R183

VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB471JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB202DT
VRS-CZ1JB273JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB183JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB101JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB222JT
VRS-CZ1JB222JT
VRS-CZ1JB273JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB222JT
VRS-CZ1JB222JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB470JT
VRS-CZ1JB913JT
VRS-CZ1JB332DT
VRS-CZ1JB331JT
VRS-CZ1JB104JT
RR-NZ1103AFZZN
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB104JT
VRS-CZ1JB331JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB103JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB206JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB471JT
VRS-CZ1JB471JT
VRS-CZ1JB471JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB106JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB820JT
VRS-CZ1JB101JT
VRS-CZ1JB101JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT

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[11] RESISTORS
R184
R185
R188
R189
R192
R194
R197
R199
R203
R209
R210
R214
R217
R218
R224
R225
R226
R227
R228
R229
R231
R233
R234
R235
R262
R263
R266
R267
R268
R401
R406
R411
R412
R502
R503
R504
R505
R506
R508
R509
R511
R512
R513
R516
R518
R519
R520
R522
R528
R529
R537
R538
R539
R540
R542
R543
R544
R545
R551
R552
R553
R554
R555
R556
R559
R561
R562
R564
R565
R601
R603
R604
R605
R606
R607
R608
R614
R618
R620
R621
R622
R623
R624
R625
R626

VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB752JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB103DT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB103DT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB682JT
VRS-CZ1JB682JT
VRS-CZ1JB474DT
VRS-CZ1JB683DT
VRS-CZ1JB124JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB2R2JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB103JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB152JT
VRS-CZ1JB272JT
VRS-CZ1JB183JT
VRS-CZ1JB473JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB104JT
VRS-CZ1JB104JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB104JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CY1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB473JT
VRS-CZ1JB471JT
VRS-CZ1JB471JT
VRS-CZ1JB471JT
VRS-CZ1JB821JT
VRS-CZ1JB821JT
VRS-CZ1JB821JT
VRS-CZ1JB821JT
VRS-CZ1JB821JT
VRS-CZ1JB821JT
VRS-CZ1JB821JT
VRS-CZ1JB821JT
VRS-CZ1JB821JT
VRS-CZ1JB103JT
VRS-CZ1JB821JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB222JT
VRS-CZ1JB222JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB121JT
VRS-CZ1JB273JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB183JT
VRS-CZ1JB683JT
VRS-CY1JB000JT
VRS-CY1JB000JT
VRS-CY1JB000JT

AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AB
AB
AA
AB
AB
AB
AA
AB
AA
AA
AB
AA
AB
AB
AB
AA
AA
AB
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA
AA

470 kohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
470 kohms,1/16W
470 kohms,1/16W
470 kohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
470 kohms,1/16W
7.5 kohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
470 kohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
10 kohm,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
10 kohm,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
6.8 kohms,1/16W
6.8 kohms,1/16W
470 kohms,1/16W
68 kohms,1/16W
120 kohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
470 kohms,1/16W
2.2 ohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
470 kohms,1/16W
470 kohms,1/16W
10 kohm,1/16W
470 kohms,1/16W
1.5 kohms,1/16W
2.7 kohms,1/16W
18 kohms,1/16W
47 kohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
100 kohm,1/16W
100 kohm,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
100 kohm,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.8x1.55mm,Green
47 kohms,1/16W
470 ohms,1/16W
470 ohms,1/16W
470 ohms,1/16W
820 ohms,1/16W
820 ohms,1/16W
820 ohms,1/16W
820 ohms,1/16W
820 ohms,1/16W
820 ohms,1/16W
820 ohms,1/16W
820 ohms,1/16W
820 ohms,1/16W
10 kohm,1/16W
820 ohms,1/16W
470 kohms,1/16W
470 kohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
2.2 kohms,1/16W
2.2 kohms,1/16W
470 kohms,1/16W
120 ohms,1/16W
27 kohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
18 kohms,1/16W
68 kohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.8x1.55mm,Green
0 ohm,Jumper,0.8x1.55mm,Green
0 ohm,Jumper,0.8x1.55mm,Green

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[11] RESISTORS
R628
R629
R630
R633
R637
R638
R639
R640
R641
R704
R705
R710
R711
R713
R713A
R714
R716
R717
R719
R720
R727
R728
R732
R747
R748
R763
R771
R773
R801
R802
R803
R804
R805
R805A
R806
R806A
R807
R810
R811
R832
R1860
R1861
R1862
R1863
R1873
R1874
R2002
R2015

VRS-CZ1JB332JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB104JT
VRS-CZ1JB221JT
VRS-CZ1JB1R0JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB474JT
VRS-CZ1JB182JT
VRS-CZ1JB472JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB682JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB682JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB330JT
VRS-CZ1JB1R0JT
VRS-CZ1JB1R0JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB473JT
VRS-CZ1JB104JT
VRS-CZ1JB104JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT
VRS-CZ1JB000JT

AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AB
AA
AB
AB
AB
AA
AB
AA
AB
AA
AA
AA
AB
AB
AA
AA
AA
AB
AB
AB
AB

3.3 kohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
470 kohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
100 kohm,1/16W
220 ohms,1/16W
1 ohm,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
470 kohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
470 kohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
470 kohms,1/16W
1.8 kohms,1/16W
4.7 kohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
6.8 kohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
6.8 kohms,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
33 ohms,1/16W
1 ohm,1/16W
1 ohm,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
47 kohms,1/16W
100 kohm,1/16W
100 kohm,1/16W
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm
0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm

AC
AC
AC
AF
AK
AF
AF
AG
AM
AK
AD
AK
AF
AM
AC
AC
AG
AE
BP
AW
AK
AM
AH
AL

Contact,Spring B
Contact,Spring B
Contact,Spring B
Battery,Back-up
Plug,60Pin
Socket,10Pin
Terminal,Bluetooth Aerial
Contact,Battery
Connector,External
Plug,60Pin
Plug,2Pin
Socket,33Pin
Socket,8Pin
Connector,2Pin (Supplies at Ref No.EP100)
Earpiece
Fuse,2.5A
Fuse,0.63A
RF Connector
Connector,Handsfree
Main Display
External Display
Microphone
Vibrator
Socket,25Pin
Speaker

[12] OTHER CIRCUITRY PARTS


AN401
ANT801
ANT802
BAT100
CN101
CN103
CN401
CN501
CN502
CN701
CN702
CN704
CN771
CNS702
EP100
FS501
FS601
J801
JK101
LCD100
LCD101
MIC100
MO100
SO601
SP100

QTANZA005AFZZL
QTANZA005AFZZL
QTANZA005AFZZL
RDNTLA002AFPZ
QCNCMA010AF60N
QCNCWA037AF10R
QCNCW947FAFZZL
QCNTAA018AFPZN
QSOCNA002AFPZL
QCNCMA010AF60N
QCNCMA045AF02R
QCNCWUF33AFZZL
QCNCWA022AF08R
-------RPHODA008AFPZ
QFS-L252EAFNZN
QFS-L631EAFNZN
QCNCW927AAFZZR
QJAKM0223AFZZL
RLCUBA019AFPZ
RLCUBA020AFPZ
RMICCA010AFZZ
RMOTVA001AFPZ
QCNCWTI25AFZZL
RSP-ZA012AFPZ

GX25

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[13] CABINET PARTS
127
A

602

109

102

105

114

112x2
602x2

102-1

107

103

103-2x2

102-2
103-1
b

103-4

103-3
113

103-5

106

102-3
120x2

126
(SP100)

104

108

103-6
124
(MO100)

602

104-11

119

104-31
104-6

104-27
(PWB-E)

104-25
(LCD101)

104-15

104-5
104-20

104-16

122
(BAT100)

104-29

104-22

104-22x3

104-7

104-23
(ANT801) 104-10
104-23
(ANT802)

104-12

104-22

104-13

104-22x2

104-2
(PWB-B)

104-21
(PWB-C)

104-26
(PWB-D)

104-18

104-3

104-22

104-17

104-14

104-9

104-4
104-24
(LCD100)

104-28
(PWB-F)

104-22x2

104-8

104-14

104-1 104-19
(PWB-A)

104-23
(AN401)

104-30
125
(EP100)
117

115

101-11

123
(MIC100)

101-4

101-5

101-8

101-10
101-9

101-12

101-2

101-6

101-1
101-3

101

101-7
101-3

602x2

116
118
1

110x2

111x2
4

601x2

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[13] CABINET PARTS

!
!

!
!
!

101
101
101- 1
101- 2
101- 3
101- 4
101- 5
101- 6
101- 7
101- 8
101- 9
101-10
101-11
101-12
102
102
102- 1
102- 2
102- 3
103
103- 1
103- 2
103- 3
103- 4
103- 5
103- 6
104
104
104
104
104
104
104
104
104
104
104
104
104
104
104
104
104
104
104- 1
104- 2
104- 3
104- 4
104- 5
104- 6
104- 7
104- 8
104- 9
104-10
104-11
104-12
104-13
104-14
104-15
104-16
104-17
104-18
104-19
104-20
104-21
104-22
104-23
104-24
104-25
104-26
104-27
104-28
104-29
104-30
104-31
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113

DCABAW182AFSH
DCABAW182AFS1
-------GCABCA055AFSA
MHNG-0210AFSB
PCUSSA167AFZZ
PCUSSA168AFZZ
PCUSSA206AFZZ
PCUSSA207AFZZ
PMAGZ0072AFZZ
PSHEZA274AFZZ
PSHEZA347AFZZ
TLABZ2595AFZZ
TLABZ2783AFZZ
DCABBW182AFSH
DCABBW182AFS1
-------PCUSSA162AFZZ
PSHEZA342AFZZ
DCABDW182AFS1
-------PCUSSA022AFZZ
PSHEZA302AFZZ
QANTWA006AFZZ
QANTWA007AFZZ
TLABZ2595AFZZ
DKENDW182AFSA
DKENDW182AFSB
DKENDW182AFSC
DKENDW182AFSD
DKENDW182AFSE
DKENDW182AFSF
DKENDW182AFSG
DKENDW182AFSH
DKENDW182AFSL
DKENDW182AFS1
DKENDW182AFS2
DKENDW182AFS3
DKENDW182AFS4
DKENDW182AFS5
DKENDW182AFS6
DKENDW182AFS7
DKENDW182AFS8
DKENDW182AFS9
--------------LHLDB1190AFZZL
LHLDZA112AF01
LHLDZA113AF01
LHLDZA114AFZZ
LHLDZA115AFZZ
LHLDZA116AFSA
PCUSSA163AFZZ
PCUSSA164AFZZ
PCUSSA165AFZZ
PCUSSA166AFZZ
PSHEZA285AFZZ
PSHEZA390AFZZ
PSHEZA354AFZZ
PSHEZA359AFZZ
PSLDMA015AFZZ
PSLDMA016AFZZL
PSLDMA091AFPZL
PSPAPA010AFZZ
QPWBHA091AFPZ
QTANZA001AFZZL
QTANZA005AFZZL
RLCUBA019AFPZ
RLCUBA020AFPZ
RUITKA015AFPZ
CUITKA016AFPZ
CUITKA017AFPZ
TLABZ2595AFZZ
PCUSSA228AFZZ
PSHEZA377AFZZ
GCOVA2546AFSC
GCOVAA118AFSA
GCOVAA119AFSA
GCOVAA120AFSA
GCOVAA121AFSA
GCOVAA124AFSA
GCOVAA125AFSA
GCOVDA008AFSA
GCOVHA032AFSA

BB
BB
AR
AG
AA
AB
AC
AC
AD
AC
AB
AA
AA
AY
AY
AC
AB
AZ
AA
AC
AM
AD
AA
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
CN
AE
AQ
AK
BM
AK
AD
AB
AB
AB
AA
AB
AB
AE
AB
AE
AE
AD
AB
AH
AB
AC
BP
AW
BB
AU
AY
AA
AB
AC
AB
AL
AL
AL
AL
AC
AC
AB
AD

Front Cabinet Assembly [C]


Front Cabinet Assembly (Except for [C])
Front Cabinet (Display) (Not Replacement Item)
Front Cabinet (Key)
Hinge
Cushion,Connector (Relay FPC)
Cushion,BB
Cushion A,Insulator
Cushion B,Insulator
Magnet
Leak Mesh
Sheet,Earpiece
Sensor,Moisture (Large)
Sensor,Moisture (Small)
Back Cabinet (Display) Assembly [C]
Back Cabinet (Display) Assembly (Except for [C])
Back Cabinet (Display) (Not Replacement Item)
Cushion,External Display
Sheet,Speaker
Back Cabinet (Key) Assembly
Back Cabinet (Key) (Not Replacement Item)
Cushion,Battery
Tape,Bluetooth Aerial
Built-in Aerial
Bluetooth Aerial
Sensor,Moisture (Large)
Board Unit [W]
Board Unit [B]
Board Unit [Z]
Board Unit [D]
Board Unit [Q]
Board Unit [L]
Board Unit [GP]
Board Unit [C]
Board Unit [V]
Board Unit [E]
Board Unit [G]
Board Unit [A]
Board Unit [EP]
Board Unit [R]
Board Unit [T]
Board Unit [PP]
Board Unit [S]
Board Unit [H]
Main (Not Replacement Item) (PWB-A)
Display (Not Replacement Item)(PWB-B)
Holder,Back-up Battery
Main Display Holder Assembly
External Display Holder Assembly
Frame,External Display
Shield Case,BB
Holder,External Connector
Cushion,Camera Unit A
Cushion,Aerial
Cushion,Camera
Cushion,Main Display FPC
Insulator,BB
Sheet,Connector
Sheet,Prevent Noise
Sheet,Connector (CN704)
Shield Case,RF (Cover)
Shield Case,RF (Frame)
Shield Case
Spacer,Main Display
Earth FPC (PWB-C)
Contact,Spring A
Contact,Spring B (AN401,ANT801,ANT802)
Main Display (LCD100)
External Display (LCD101)
Camera Unit (PWB-D)
SIM FPC (PWB-E)
Relay FPC (PWB-F)
Sensor,Moisture (Large)
Cushion,Camera Unit B
Sheet,Insulator
Cap,Aerial
Cover A,Side
Cover B,Side
Cover C,Side
Cover D,Side
Screw Cover,Display (Circle)
Screw Cover,Display (Square)
Screw Cover,Key
Cover,External Connector

10

GX25

CONFIDENTIAL
NO.

PARTS CODE

PRICE NEW PART


RANK MARK RANK

DESCRIPTION

[13] CABINET PARTS


114
115
116
117
118
119
120
122
123
124
125
126
127
127
601
602

GCOVHA033AFSA
JKNBZA043AFSA
JKNBZA044AFSA
PCUSSA160AFZZ
PFILWA004AFZZ
PSHEZ1813AFZZ
PSHEZA336AFZZ
RDNTLA002AFPZ
RMICCA010AFZZ
RMOTVA001AFPZ
RPHODA008AFPZ
RSP-ZA012AFPZ
TSPC-A129AFZZ
TSPC-A157AFZZ
LX-EZ0193AFZZ
LX-EZ0195AFZZ

AD
AT
AG
AE
AD
AB
AA
AF
AK
AM
AM
AL
DM
DM
AB
AB

Cover,Jack (Hands Free)


Button,10Key
Keys,Side-Up/Side-Down
Cushion,Main Display
Cover,Infrared Port
Sheet,Side-Up/Side-Down Keys
Sheet,Shade
Battery,Back-up (BAT100)
Microphone (MIC100)
Vibrator (MO100)
Earpiece (EP100)
Speaker (SP100)
Label,Specifications (Except for [A,Z])
Label,Specifications [A,Z]
Screw (M1.7x4.5mm)
Screw (M1.7x5mm)

11

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CONFIDENTIAL

[14] ACCESSORIES/PACKING PARTS


23 ([EP] [H] [C] [V] Only)
12, 13 ([T] Only),
14 ([B] Only), 15, 16
10

11

22

6
Phone

21
23

19 ([A] [Z] Only)


20 ([B] Only)

AC Charger
RADPAA007AF01

NO.

RADPAA008AF02

PARTS CODE

17 ([E] [B] [D] Only)


18 ([G] [H] [GP] Only)

RADPAA009AF01

PRICE NEW PART


RANK MARK RANK

DESCRIPTION

[14] ACCESSORIES/PACKING PARTS


!
!
!

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

GFTABA022AFSA
RADPAA007AF01
RADPAA008AF02
RADPAA009AF01
RUITZA006AFPZ
SPAKAA027AFZZ
SPAKCA164AFZZ
SPAKCA194AFZZ
SPAKCA209AFZZ
SPAKP1252AFZZ
SPAKPA014AFZZ
SPAKXA019AFZZ
SSAKA0233AFZZ
SSAKH0329AFZZ
SPAKPA013AFZZ
SSAKH0337AFZZ
TCADHA038AFZZ
TCADHA042AFZZ
TCADHA043AFZZ
TCADHA044AFZZ

AG
**
**
**
AQ
AG
AQ
AL
AL
AC
AC
AD
AD
AA
AC
AB
AF
AF
AH
AL

Cover,Battery
AC Charger [E,EP,R,L] (XN-1QC05)
AC Charger [G,T,PP,S,H,W,B,D,Q,GP,C,V] (XN-1QC06)
AC Charger [A,Z] (XN-1QC07)
Hands Free Kit
Packing Add.
Packing Case [E,G,A,R,T,PP,S,H,W,B,Z,D,Q,L,GP,V]
Packing Case [EP]
Packing Case [C]
Polyethylene Bag,AC Charger
Polyethylene Bag,Phone
Spacer
Polyethylene Bag,CD-ROM
Polyethylene Bag,Battery Cover
Polyethylene Bag,User Guide [C]
Polyethylene Bag,User Guide (Except for [C])
Quick Start Guide [E,A,EP,R,Z,Q,L]
Quick Start Guide [G,GP]
Quick Start Guide [S]
Quick Start Guide [T]

12

GX25

CONFIDENTIAL
NO.

PARTS CODE

PRICE NEW PART


RANK MARK RANK

DESCRIPTION

[14] ACCESSORIES/PACKING PARTS

12
12
12
12
12
13
14
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

TCADHA045AFZZ
TCADHA046AFZZ
TCADHA047AFZZ
TCADHA048AFZZ
TCADHA049AFZZ
TCADZ0263AFZZ
TCADZA059AFZZ
TGANEA001AFZZ
TGANEA009AFZZ
TGANEA010AFZZ
TGANEA011AFZZ
TGANIA002AFZZ
TGANZA012AFZZ
TGANZA013AFZZ
TGANZA014AFZZ
TGANZA015AFZZ
TGANZA016AFZZ
TGANZA017AFZZ
TGANZA018AFZZ
TINSEA034AFZZ
TINSEA044AFZZ
TINSEA055AFZZ
TINSFA023AFZZ
TINSGA012AFZZ
TINSGA028AFZZ
TINSHA011AFZZ
TINSIA010AFZZ
TINSIA018AFZZ
TINSPA014AFZZ
TINSSA013AFZZ
TINSWA016AFZZ
TINSZA015AFZZ
TINSZA017AFZZ
TLABZ2793AFZZ
TLABZA044AFZZ
TLABZA053AFZZ
TLABZA072AFZZ
UBATIA014AFZZ
UDSKAA021AF01
--------

AL
AL
AL
AL
AH
AC
AD
AE
AB
AE
AE
AC
AE
AC
AD
AE
AD
AE
AE
AG
AN
AK
AK
AH
AK
AN
AN
AK
AN
AM
AN
AN
AM
AA
AC
AB
AB
**
AK
-

Quick Start Guide [PP]


Quick Start Guide [H]
Quick Start Guide [B]
Quick Start Guide [W]
Quick Start Guide [D]
Card,Free Service ( [T] Only)
DOC Copy ( [B] Only)
Guarantee [Q,L]
Guarantee [E,EP]
Guarantee [R]
Guarantee [A,Z]
Guarantee [T]
Guarantee [PP]
Guarantee [D]
Guarantee [W]
Guarantee [B]
Guarantee [C]
Guarantee [H]
Guarantee [S]
User Guide [E,EP,R,Q,L,V]
User Guide [A,Z]
User Guide [C (English)]
User Guide [C (French)]
User Guide [G,GP]
User Guide [C (German)]
User Guide [H]
User Guide [T]
User Guide [C (Italian)]
User Guide [PP]
User Guide [S]
User Guide [W]
User Guide [B]
User Guide [D]
Sheet,Security ( [E,B,D] Only)
Sheet,Transparent ( [G,H,GP] Only)
Label,AT1C ( [A,Z] Only)
Label,Hungary ( [B] Only)
Rechargeable Li-ion Battery (XN-1BT30)
CD-ROM
Label,Case

AH
BB
AU
AY

Main (Not Replacement Item)


Display (Not Replacement Item)
Earth FPC
Camera Unit
SIM FPC
Relay FPC

[15] P.W.B. ASSEMBLY


!
!

PWB-A
PWB-B
PWB-C
PWB-D
PWB-E
PWB-F

--------------QPWBHA091AFPZ
RUITKA015AFPZ
CUITKA016AFPZ
CUITKA017AFPZ

13

CONFIDENTIAL

GX25

COPYRIGHT

2004

BY SHARP CORPORATION

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.


No part of this publication may be reproduced,
stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in
any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical,
photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without
prior written permission of the publisher.

SHARP CORPORATION
Communication Systems Group
Quality & Reliability Control Centre
Higashihiroshima, Hiroshima 739-0192, Japan
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