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Portable
DP 3400 Non-Display Portable
DP 3401 Non-Display Portable (with GPS)
DP 3600 Display Portable
DP 3601 Display Portable (with GPS)
Professional Digital Two-Way Radio System
Detailed Service Manual
Foreword
This manual covers all models of the DP Series Portable Radios, unless otherwise specified. It includes all the
information necessary to maintain peak product performance and maximum working time, using levels 1 and 2
maintenance procedures. This level of service goes down to the board replacement level and is typical of some local
service centers, Motorola Authorized Dealers, self-maintained customers, and distributors.
Product Safety and RF Exposure Compliance
ATTENTION!
This radio is restricted to occupational use only to satisfy FCC RF energy exposure requirements.
Before using this product, read the RF energy awareness information and operating instructions in the
Product Safety and RF Exposure booklet enclosed with your radio (Motorola Publication part number
6864117B25 ) to ensure compliance with RF energy exposure limits.
For a list of Motorola-approved antennas, batteries, and other accessories, visit the following web site
which lists approved accessories: http://www.motorola.com/governmentandenterprise
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semiconductor memories or other media. Laws in the United States and other countries preserve for Motorola certain
exclusive rights for copyrighted computer programs, including, but not limited to, the exclusive right to copy or reproduce in
any form the copyrighted computer program. Accordingly, any copyrighted Motorola computer programs contained in the
Motorola products described in this manual may not be copied, reproduced, modified, reverse-engineered, or distributed in
any manner without the express written permission of Motorola. Furthermore, the purchase of Motorola products shall not
be deemed to grant either directly or by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, any license under the copyrights, patents or
patent applications of Motorola, except for the normal non-exclusive license to use that arises by operation of law in the
sale of a product.
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of Motorola. No part of this manual may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic
or mechanical, for any purpose without the express written permission of Motorola.
Disclaimer
The information in this document is carefully examined, and is believed to be entirely reliable. However, no responsibility is
assumed for inaccuracies. Furthermore, Motorola reserves the right to make changes to any products herein to improve
readability, function, or design. Motorola does not assume any liability arising out of the applications or use of any product
or circuit described herein; nor does it cover any license under its patent rights nor the rights of others.
Trademarks
MOTOROLA and the Stylized M logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. All other product or service
names are the property of their respective owners.
© Motorola, Inc. 2007, 2008.
Before using this product, read the operating instructions
for safe usage contained in the Product Safety and RF
Exposure booklet enclosed with your radio.
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Document History
The following major changes have been implemented in this manual since the previous edition:
Edition Description Date
6866574D35-A Initial Release June 2007
6866574D35-B Updated front cover.
Updated Maintenance chapter.
Oct. 2007
6866574D35-C Added Controller Power Management Block
schematic diagram for PCB 8486716Z08.
Updated VCO Theory of Operation sections for
UHF1 and VHF bands.
Added PCB and parts list for 8486716Z07 board.
Updated 8486716Z04 parts lists.
Moved UHF1 and VHF controller schematics from
RF section to Controller section.
Added additional schematics for UHF1 band.
Jan. 2008
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Notes
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Table of Contents
Document History .......................................................................................................... iii
Section 1 Introduction ......................................................................... 1-1
1.0 Notations Used in This Manual............................................................................ 1-1
2.0 Radio Description ................................................................................................ 1-1
Section 2 Maintenance ........................................................................ 2-1
1.0 Introduction.......................................................................................................... 2-1
2.0 Preventive Maintenance ...................................................................................... 2-1
2.1 Inspection....................................................................................................... 2-1
2.2 Cleaning Procedures...................................................................................... 2-1
2.3 Safe Handling of CMOS and LDMOS Devices .............................................. 2-2
3.0 Repair Procedures and Techniques — General.................................................. 2-4
4.0 Notes For All Schematics and Circuit Boards...................................................... 2-6
Section 3 Test Equipment and Service Aids ..................................... 3-1
1.0 Recommended Test Equipment .......................................................................... 3-1
2.0 Service Aids......................................................................................................... 3-2
3.0 Programming, Testing and Alignment Cable ....................................................... 3-3
Section 4 Power Up Self-Test ............................................................. 4-1
1.0 Power-Up Error Codes (Display Model only)....................................................... 4-1
2.0 Operational Error Codes...................................................................................... 4-2
Section 5 Controller Information ........................................................ 5-1
1.0 General Controller Block...................................................................................... 5-1
1.1 OMAP1710 Processor (U1000)...................................................................... 5-1
1.2 Flash Memory (U2000)................................................................................... 5-2
1.3 SDRAM (U2001) ............................................................................................ 5-2
1.4 MAKO IC (U3000) .......................................................................................... 5-2
2.0 Controller Board................................................................................................... 5-2
2.1 Radio Power Distribution................................................................................ 5-2
2.2 Clocks............................................................................................................. 5-4
2.3 Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)..................................................................... 5-5
2.4 Serial Synchronous Interface (SSI)................................................................ 5-6
2.5 ACC_ID Interface ........................................................................................... 5-7
2.6 USB Interface................................................................................................. 5-7
2.7 Universal Connector (Side Connector)...........................................................5-8
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2.8 Keypad Module...............................................................................................5-8
2.9 Display Module ...............................................................................................5-8
2.10 Audio...............................................................................................................5-9
2.11 Troubleshooting Charts ................................................................................5-11
Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Controller (Sheet 1 of 2) .....................................5-11
Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Controller (Sheet 2 of 2) .....................................5-12
2.12 Controller Schematics ..................................................................................5-13
Complete Controller Schematic Diagram..............................................................5-13
MAKO-Controller Schematic Diagram ..................................................................5-14
Complete Controller Microprocessor Schematic Diagram....................................5-15
Controller Memory Schematic Diagram................................................................5-16
Controller Audio and Digital Interface Schematic Diagram (for 8486716Z04) ......5-17
Controller Audio and Digital Interface Schematic Diagram (for 8486716Z07,
8486716Z08 & 8415113H03) .......................................................................5-18
Controller Audio and Digital Interface Schematic Diagram (for 8415113H05)......5-19
Controller Power Management Block Schematic Diagram (for 8486716Z04) .....5-20
Controller Power Management Block Schematic Diagram (for 8486716Z07) ......5-21
Controller Power Management Block Schematic Diagram (for 8486716Z08) ......5-22
Controller Power Management Block Schematic Diagram (for 8415113H03)......5-23
Controller Power Management Block Schematic Diagram (for 8415113H05)......5-24
Controller Line Regulators for GPS Schematic Diagram......................................5-25
Controller LCD and Speaker Interface Schematic Diagram (for 8486716Z04,
8486716Z07 & 8486716Z08)........................................................................5-26
Controller LCD and Speaker Interface Schematic Diagram (for 8415113H03 &
8415113H05) ................................................................................................5-27
Controller UC Interface Schematic Diagram (for 8486716Z04 & 8486716Z07) ...5-28
Controller UC Interface Schematic Diagram (for 8486716Z08) ............................5-29
Controller UC Interface Schematic Diagram (for 8415113H03 & 8415113H05)...5-30
Controls and Switches Schematic Diagram (for 8486716Z04).............................5-31
Controls and Switches Schematic Diagram (for 8486716Z07 & 8486716Z08) ....5-32
Controls and Switches Schematic Diagram (for 8415113H03 & 8415113H05)....5-33
Section 6 UHF1 (403-470 MHz) Information....................................... 6-1
1.0 Transmitter ...........................................................................................................6-1
1.1 General ...........................................................................................................6-1
2.0 Receiver ...............................................................................................................6-4
2.1 Receiver Front-End.........................................................................................6-4
2.2 Receiver Back-End .........................................................................................6-5
3.0 Frequency Generation Circuitry ...........................................................................6-5
3.1 Synthesizer .....................................................................................................6-6
3.2 VCO - Voltage Controlled Oscillator ...............................................................6-6
4.0 Global Positioning System (GPS) Receiver .........................................................6-7
5.0 Allocation of Schematics and Circuit Boards .......................................................6-8
5.1 Controller Circuits ...........................................................................................6-8
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6.0 Circuit Board/Schematic Diagrams and Parts List............................................... 6-9
UHF1 (403-470MHz) Main Board Top Side PCB No. 8486716Z04 ....................... 6-9
UHF1 (403-470MHz) Main Board Bottom Side PCB No. 8486716Z04................ 6-10
UHF1 (403-470MHz) Main Board Top Side PCB No. 8486716Z07 ..................... 6-11
UHF1 (403-470MHz) Main Board Bottom Side PCB No. 8486716Z07................ 6-12
UHF1 (403-470MHz) Main Board Top Side PCB No. 8486716Z08 ..................... 6-13
UHF1 (403-470MHz) Main Board Bottom Side PCB No. 8486716Z08................ 6-14
Complete Radio Schematic Diagram ................................................................... 6-15
Complete UHF1 RF Schematic Diagram ............................................................. 6-16
Complete UHF1 Transmitter Schematic Diagram ................................................ 6-17
UHF1 Transmitter Schematic Diagram ................................................................6-18
UHF1 Harmonic Filter and Antenna Switch Schematic Diagram ......................... 6-19
Complete UHF1 Receiver Schematic Diagram .................................................... 6-20
UHF1 Receiver Front End Schematic Diagram.................................................... 6-21
UHF1 Receiver Back End Schematic Diagram .................................................... 6-22
Complete UHF1 Frequency Generating Unit Schematic Diagram ....................... 6-23
UHF1 Synthesizer Schematic Diagram................................................................ 6-24
UHF1 Voltage Controlled Oscillator Schematic Diagram ..................................... 6-25
UHF1 GPS Block Schematic Diagram ................................................................. 6-26
UHF1 Radio Parts List (8486716Z04).................................................................. 6-27
UHF1 Radio Parts List (8486716Z07).................................................................. 6-33
UHF1 Radio Parts List (8486716Z08).................................................................. 6-39
Section 7 VHF (136-174 MHz) Information ......................................... 7-1
1.0 Transmitter........................................................................................................... 7-1
1.1 General........................................................................................................... 7-1
2.0 Receiver............................................................................................................... 7-4
2.1 Receiver Front-End ........................................................................................ 7-4
2.2 Receiver Back-End......................................................................................... 7-5
3.0 Frequency Generation Circuitry........................................................................... 7-5
3.1 Synthesizer.....................................................................................................7-6
3.2 VCO - Voltage Controlled Oscillator............................................................... 7-6
4.0 Global Positioning System (GPS) Receiver......................................................... 7-7
5.0 Allocation of Schematics and Circuit Boards ....................................................... 7-8
5.1 Controller Circuits........................................................................................... 7-8
6.0 Circuit Board/Schematic Diagrams and Parts List............................................... 7-9
VHF (136-174MHz) Main Board Top Side PCB No. 8415113H03......................... 7-9
VHF (136-174MHz) Main Board Bottom Side PCB No. 8415113H03.................. 7-10
VHF (136-174MHz) Main Board Top Side PCB No. 8415113H05....................... 7-11
VHF (136-174MHz) Main Board Bottom Side PCB No. 8415113H05.................. 7-12
Complete Radio Schematic Diagram ................................................................... 7-13
Complete VHF RF Schematic Diagram................................................................7-14
Complete VHF Transmitter Schematic Diagram ..................................................7-15
VHF Transmitter Schematic Diagram................................................................... 7-16
VHF Harmonic Filter and Antenna Switch Schematic Diagram ........................... 7-17
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Complete VHF Receiver Schematic Diagram.......................................................7-18
VHF Receiver Front End Schematic Diagram ......................................................7-19
VHF Receiver Back End Schematic Diagram.......................................................7-20
Complete VHF Frequency Generating Unit Schematic Diagram..........................7-21
VHF Synthesizer Schematic Diagram...................................................................7-22
VHF Voltage Controlled Oscillator Schematic Diagram........................................7-23
VHF GPS Block Schematic Diagram....................................................................7-24
VHF Radio Parts List (8415113H03) ....................................................................7-25
VHF Radio Parts List (8415113H05) ....................................................................7-31
Section 8 Troubleshooting Charts ................................................... 8-39
1.0 VHF and UHF1 Troubleshooting Charts ............................................................8-39
Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver (Sheet 1 of 2).......................................8-39
Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Receiver (Sheet 2 of 2).......................................8-40
Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Transmitter .........................................................8-41
Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Synthesizer.........................................................8-42
Troubleshooting Flow Chart for VCO (Sheet 1 of 2).............................................8-43
Troubleshooting Flow Chart for VCO (Sheet 2 of 2).............................................8-44
Troubleshooting Flow Chart for GPS Receiver (Sheet 1 of 3) ..............................8-45
Troubleshooting Flow Chart for GPS Receiver (Sheet 2 of 3) ..............................8-46
Troubleshooting Flow Chart for GPS Receiver (Sheet 3 of 3) ..............................8-47
Section 9 Option Board Information .................................................. 9-1
1.0 Option Board ........................................................................................................9-1
2.0 Board Layout/Schematic for Option Board...........................................................9-1
2.1 Parts List for Option Board .............................................................................9-2
Appendix A EMEA Regional Warranty, Service and Technical Support ..
A-1
1.0 Warranty and Service Support ............................................................................ A-1
1.1 Warranty Period and Return Instructions....................................................... A-1
1.2 After Warranty Period .................................................................................... A-1
2.0 European Radio Support Centre (ERSC) ........................................................... A-1
3.0 Piece Parts.......................................................................................................... A-2
4.0 Technical Support ............................................................................................... A-2
5.0 Further Assistance From Motorola...................................................................... A-2
Glossary ..............................................................................................G-1
List of Figures ix
List of Figures
Figure 2-1: 12-Layer Circuit Board Detail Viewing ................................................................................. 2-6
Figure 5-1: Controller Block Diagram..................................................................................................... 5-1
Figure 5-2: DC Power Distribution Block Diagram ................................................................................. 5-2
Figure 5-3: Clock Connections............................................................................................................... 5-4
Figure 5-4: SPI Connections .................................................................................................................. 5-5
Figure 5-5: SSI Connections .................................................................................................................. 5-6
Figure 5-6: ACC_ID Interface Connections............................................................................................ 5-7
Figure 5-7: USB Interface Connections ................................................................................................. 5-7
Figure 5-8: Audio Block Diagram ........................................................................................................... 5-9
Figure 6-1: UHF Transmitter Block diagram........................................................................................... 6-1
Figure 6-2: Power Control Scheme Basic Block Diagram...................................................................... 6-3
Figure 6-3: UHF Receiver Block Diagram.............................................................................................. 6-4
Figure 6-4: Frequency Generating Unit Block Diagram ......................................................................... 6-5
Figure 6-5: GPS Receiver Block Diagram.............................................................................................. 6-7
Figure 7-1: VHF Transmitter Block diagram........................................................................................... 7-1
Figure 7-2: Power Control Scheme Basic Block Diagram...................................................................... 7-3
Figure 7-3: UHF Receiver Block Diagram.............................................................................................. 7-4
Figure 7-4: Frequency Generating Unit Block Diagram ......................................................................... 7-5
Figure 7-5: GPS Receiver Block Diagram.............................................................................................. 7-7
Figure 9-1: Option Board Layout............................................................................................................ 9-1
Figure 9-2: Option Board Schematic...................................................................................................... 9-2
xRelated Publications
List of Tables
Table 1-1. Radio Frequency Ranges and Power Levels....................................................................... 1-1
Table 2-2. Lead Free Solder Wire Part Number List ............................................................................. 2-4
Table 2-3. Lead Free Solder Paste Part Number List ........................................................................... 2-4
Table 3-1. Recommended Test Equipment ........................................................................................... 3-1
Table 3-2. Service Aids .........................................................................................................................3-2
Table 3-3. Pin Configuration of Side Connector....................................................................................3-4
Table 4-4. Power-Up Error Codes.........................................................................................................4-1
Table 4-5. Operational Error Codes ...................................................................................................... 4-2
Table 6-1. UHF1 Diagrams and Parts List............................................................................................. 6-8
Table 7-6. VHF Diagrams and Parts List...............................................................................................7-8
List of Tables xi
Related Publications
IMPRES Adaptive Single-Unit Charger User Manual ..................................................................6816787H01
IMPRES Adaptive Multi-Unit Charger User Manual ....................................................................6816789H01
IMPRES Adaptive Multi-Unit Charger Service Manual ................................................................ 6871357L01
Remote Speaker Microphone User Manual................................................................................. 6871003L01
IMPRES Remote Speaker Microphone User Manual .................................................................. 6871004L01
Factory Mutual Approval Manual ................................................................................................. 6871532L01
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Notes
Section 1
INTRODUCTION
1.0 Notations Used in This Manual
Throughout the text in this publication, you will notice the use of note and caution notations. These
notations are used to emphasize that safety hazards exist, and due care must be taken and
observed.
NOTE: An operational procedure, practice, or condition that is essential to emphasize.
2.0 Radio Description
The DP series portable radios available in the following frequency ranges and power levels.
These digital radios are among the most sophisticated two-way radios available. They have a robust
design for radio users who need high performance, quality, and reliability in their daily
communications. This architecture provides the capability of supporting a multitude of legacy and
advanced features resulting in a more cost-effective two-way radio communications solution.
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, might result in equipment damage.
Table 1-1. Radio Frequency Ranges and Power Levels
Frequency Band Bandwidth Power Level
UHF R1 403–470 MHz 1 or 4 Watt
VHF 136–174 MHz 1 or 5 Watt
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1-2 Radio Description
Section 2
MAINTENANCE
1.0 Introduction
This chapter provides details about the following
Preventive maintenance (inspection and cleaning).
Safe handling of CMOS and LDMOS devices.
Repair procedures and techniques
2.0 Preventive Maintenance
Periodic visual inspection and cleaning is recommended.
2.1 Inspection
Check that the external surfaces of the radio are clean, and that all external controls and switches
are functional. It is not recommended to inspect the interior electronic circuitry.
2.2 Cleaning Procedures
The following procedures describe the recommended cleaning agents and the methods to be used
when cleaning the external and internal surfaces of the radio. External surfaces include the front
cover, housing assembly and battery case. These surfaces should be cleaned whenever a periodic
visual inspection reveals the presence of smudges, grease, and/or grime.
The only recommended agent for cleaning the external radio surfaces is a 0.5% solution of a mild
dishwashing detergent in water. The only factory recommended liquid for cleaning the printed circuit
boards and their components is isopropyl alcohol (100% by volume).
Cleaning External Plastic Surfaces
Apply the 0.5% detergent-water solution sparingly with a stiff, non-metallic, short-bristled brush to
work all loose dirt away from the radio. Use a soft, absorbent, lintless cloth or tissue to remove the
NOTE Internal surfaces should be cleaned only when the radio is disassembled for service or
repair.
The effects of certain chemicals and their vapors can have harmful results on
certain plastics. Avoid using aerosol sprays, tuner cleaners and other
chemicals.
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2-2 Preventive Maintenance
solution and dry the radio. Make sure that no water remains entrapped near the connectors, cracks,
or crevices.
Cleaning Internal Circuit Boards and Components
Isopropyl alcohol (100%) may be applied with a stiff, non-metallic, short-bristled brush to dislodge
embedded or caked materials located in hard-to-reach areas. The brush stroke should direct the
dislodged material out and away from the inside of the radio. Make sure that controls or tunable
components are not soaked with alcohol. Do not use high-pressure air to hasten the drying process
since this could cause the liquid to collect in unwanted places. After completing of the cleaning
process, use a soft, absorbent, lintless cloth to dry the area. Do not brush or apply any isopropyl
alcohol to the frame, front cover or back cover.
2.3 Safe Handling of CMOS and LDMOS Devices
Complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) devices are used in this family of radios, and
are susceptible to damage by electrostatic or high voltage charges. Damage can be latent, resulting
in failures occurring weeks or months later. Therefore, special precautions must be taken to prevent
device damage during disassembly, troubleshooting, and repair.
Handling precautions are mandatory for CMOS circuits and are especially important in low humidity
conditions.
NOTE Always use a fresh supply of alcohol and a clean container to prevent contamination by
dissolved material (from previous usage).
Preventive Maintenance 2-3
DO NOT attempt to disassemble the radio without first referring to the following CAUTION
statement.
This radio contains static-sensitive devices. Do not open the radio unless you are
properly grounded. Take the following precautions when working on this unit:
Store and transport all CMOS devices in conductive material so that
all exposed leads are shorted together. Do not insert CMOS devices
into conventional plastic “snow” trays used for storage and transpor-
tation of other semiconductor devices.
Ground the working surface of the service bench to protect the
CMOS device. We recommend using a wrist strap, two ground
cords, a table mat, and a floor mat.
Wear a conductive wrist strap in series with a 100k resistor to
ground. (Replacement wrist straps that connect to the bench top
covering are Motorola part number 4280385A59).
Do not wear nylon clothing while handling CMOS devices.
Do not insert or remove CMOS devices with power applied. Check
all power supplies used for testing CMOS devices to be certain that
there are no voltage transients present.
When straightening CMOS pins, provide ground straps for the appa-
ratus used.
When soldering, use a grounded soldering iron.
If at all possible, handle CMOS devices by the package and not by
the leads. Prior to touching the unit, touch an electrical ground to
remove any static charge that you may have accumulated. The
package and substrate may be electrically common. If so, the reac-
tion of a discharge to the case would cause the same damage as
touching the leads.
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2-4 Repair Procedures and Techniques — General
3.0 Repair Procedures and Techniques — General
Any rework or repair on Environmentally Preferred Products must be done using the appropriate
lead-free solder wire and lead-free solder paste as stated in the following table:
Parts Replacement and Substitution
When damaged parts are replaced, identical parts should be used. If the identical replacement part
is not locally available, check the parts list for the proper Motorola part number and order the part.
Rigid Circuit Boards
The family of radios uses bonded, multi-layer, printed circuit boards. Since the inner layers are not
accessible, some special considerations are required when soldering and unsoldering components.
The printed through holes may interconnect multiple layers of the printed circuit. Therefore, exercise
care to avoid pulling the plated circuit out of the hole.
When soldering near connector:
Avoid accidentally getting solder in the connector.
Be careful not to form solder bridges between the connector pins.
Examine your work closely for shorts due to solder bridges.
NOTE Environmentally Preferred Products (EPP) (refer to the marking on the printed circuit
boards — examples shown below) were developed and assembled using environmen-
tally preferred components and solder assembly techniques to comply with the Euro-
pean Union’s Restriction of Hazardous Substances (ROHS) Directive 2002/95/EC
and Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive 2002/96/EC. To
maintain product compliance and reliability, use only the Motorola specified parts in this
manual.
Table 2-2. Lead Free Solder Wire Part Number List
Motorola
Part Number Alloy Flux Type Flux Content
by Weight
Melting
Point
Supplier Part
number Diameter Weight
1088929Y01 95.5Sn/3.8Ag/0.7Cu RMA Version 2.7-3.2% 217C 52171 0.015” 1lb spool
Table 2-3. Lead Free Solder Paste Part Number List
Motorola Part
Number
Manufacturer Part
Number Viscosity Type Composition & Percent Metal Liquid
Temperature
1085674C03 NC-SMQ230 900-1000KCPs
Brookfield (5rpm)
Type 3
(-325/+500)
(95.5%Sn-3.8%Ag-0.7%Cu)
89.3%
217°C
Repair Procedures and Techniques — General 2-5
Chip Components
Use the RLN4062 Hot-Air Repair Station for chip component replacement. Adjust the temperature
control to 370°C (700°F), and adjust the airflow to a minimum setting. Airflow can vary due to
component density.
To remove a chip component:
1. Use a hot-air hand piece and position the nozzle of the hand piece approximately 0.3 cm
(1/8") above the component to be removed.
2. Begin applying the hot air. Once the solder reflows, remove the component using a pair of
tweezers.
3. Using a solder wick and a soldering iron or a power desoldering station, remove the excess
solder from the pads.
To replace a chip component using a soldering iron:
1. Select the appropriate micro-tipped soldering iron and apply fresh solder to one of the solder
pads.
2. Using a pair of tweezers, position the new chip component in place while heating the fresh
solder.
3. Once solder wicks onto the new component, remove the heat from the solder.
4. Heat the remaining pad with the soldering iron and apply solder until it wicks to the compo-
nent. If necessary, touch up the first side. All solder joints should be smooth and shiny.
To replace a chip component using hot air:
1. Use the hot-air hand piece and reflow the solder on the solder pads to smooth it.
2. Apply a drop of solder paste flux to each pad.
3. Using a pair of tweezers, position the new component in place.
4. Position the hot-air hand piece approximately 0.3 cm (1/8”) above the component and begin
applying heat.
5. Once the solder wicks to the component, remove the heat and inspect the repair. All joints
should be smooth and shiny.
2-6 Notes For All Schematics and Circuit Boards
4.0 Notes For All Schematics and Circuit Boards
* Component is frequency sensitive. Refer to the Electrical Parts List for value and usage.
1. Unless otherwise stated, resistances are in Ohms (k = 1000), and capacitances are in picofarads
(pF) or microfarads (µF).
2. DC voltages are measured from point indicated to chassis ground using a Motorola DC multime-
ter or equivalent. Transmitter measurements should be made with a 1.2 µH choke in series with
the voltage probe to prevent circuit loading.
3. Reference Designators are assigned in the following manner:
700/900 Series = Transmitter
000/200 Series = Frequency Generation
400/600 Series = Receiver
1000/2000/3000 Series = Controller
6000 Series = Keypad Board
8000 Series = GPS
9000 Series = Switches and User Interfaces
4. Interconnect Tie Point Legend:
UNSWB+ = Unswitch Battery Voltage (7.5V)
SWB+ = Switch Battery Voltage (7.5V)
R5 = Receiver Five Volts
CLK = Clock
Vdda = Regulated 3.3 Volts (for analog)
Vddd = Regulated 3.3 Volts (for digital)
SYN = Synthesizer
DACRX = Digital to Analog Voltage (For Receiver Front End Filter)
VSF = Voltage Super Filtered (5 volts)
VR = Voltage Regulator
12-LAYER CIRCUIT BOARD DETAIL VIEWING
COPPER STEPS IN PROPER LAYER SEQUENCE
Figure 2-1: 12-Layer Circuit Board Detail Viewing
Solder mask
L1
copper foil + plated
Prepreg 1080x1
L2
copper foil + plated
Prepreg 1080x1
L3
copper foil + plated
Prepreg 1080x1
L4
0.5 oz
CORE 4mil(2116*1)
L5
0.5 oz
Prepreg 1080x1
L6
0.5 oz
CORE 4mil(2116*1)
L7
0.5 oz
Prepreg 1080x1
L8
0.5 oz
CORE 4mil(2116*1)
L9
0.5 oz
Prepreg 1080x1
L10
copper foil + plated
Prepreg 1080x1
L11
copper foil + plated
Prepreg 1080x1
L12
copper foil + plated
Solder mask
12-LAYER CIRCUIT BOARD DETAIL VIEWING
Buried
via
L3-
L10
PTH
1-12
Section 3
TEST EQUIPMENT AND SERVICE AIDS
1.0 Recommended Test Equipment
The list of equipment contained in Table 3-1 includes most of the standard test equipment required
for servicing Motorola portable radios.
Table 3-1. Recommended Test Equipment
Equipment Characteristics Example Application
Service
Monitor
Can be used as a substi-
tute for items marked with
an asterisk (*)
Aeroflex 2975
(www.aeroflex.com),
Motorola R2670, or equivalent
Frequency/deviation meter and
signal generator for wide-range
troubleshooting and alignment
Digital RMS
Multimeter *
100 µV to 300 V
5 Hz to 1 MHz
10 Mega Ohm Impedance
Fluke 179 or equivalent
(www.fluke.com)
AC/DC voltage and
current measurements. Audio
voltage measurements
RF Signal
Generator *
100 MHz to 1 GHz
-130 dBm to +10 dBm
FM Modulation 0 kHz to
10 kHz
Audio Frequency 100 Hz
to 10 kHz
Agilent N5181A
(www.agilent.com),
Ramsey RSG1000B
(www.ramseyelectronics.com), or
equivalent
Receiver measurements
Oscilloscope * 2 Channel
50 MHz Bandwidth
5 mV/div to 20 V/div
Leader LS8050
(www.leaderusa.com),
Tektronix TDS1001b
(www.tektronix.com),
or equivalent
Waveform measurements
Power Meter
and Sensor *
5% Accuracy
100 MHz to 500 MHz
50 Watts
Bird 43 Thruline Watt Meter
(www.bird-electronic.com) or
equivalent
Transmitter power output
measurements
RF Millivolt
Meter
100 mV to 3 V RF
10 kHz to 1 GHz
Boonton 92EA
(www.boonton.com) or equivalent
RF level measurements
Power Supply 0 V to 32 V
0 A to 20 A
B&K Precision 1790
(www.bkprecision.com)
or equivalent
Voltage supply
3-2 Service Aids
2.0 Service Aids
Table 3-2 lists the service aids recommended for working on the radio. While all of these items are
available from Motorola, most are standard workshop equipment items, and any equivalent item
capable of the same performance may be substituted for the item listed.
Table 3-2. Service Aids
Motorola
Part No. Description Application
RLN4460_ Portable Test Set Enables connection to the audio/accessory jack.
Allows switching for radio testing.
GMVN5141_ Customer Programming
Software on CD-ROM
Allows servicer to program radio parameters, tune
and troubleshoot radios.
PMKN4012_ Portable Programming Cable This cable connects the radio to a USB port for radio
programming and data applications.
PMKN4013_ Portable Programming, Testing &
Alignment Cable
This cable connects the radio to a USB port for radio
programming, testing and alignment.
PMNN4076_ 7.5V Universal Battery Eliminator Connects to radio via battery eliminator cable.
5880348B33 DMR SMA to BNC RF Adaptor Adapts radio’s antenna port to BNC cabling of test
equipment.
PMHN4085_ Bench Test Housing Eliminator Interconnects radio to power supply. Provides for
troubleshooting of the radio when the housing is
removed.
NLN9839_ Vacuum Pump Kit Allows servicer to test for leakages.
NTN4265_ Pressure Pump Kit Allows servicer to locate leakages.
5871134M01 Connector Fitting This connector allows the vacuum hose to be con-
nected to the radio chassis.
3271133M01 Fitting Seal This seal secures the connector fitting to the radio
chassis.
Programming, Testing and Alignment Cable 3-3
3.0 Programming, Testing and Alignment Cable
Figure 3-1. Programming, Testing and Alignment Cable
#1
#14
#25
#13
#4
#1
#2
#12
#11
#1
P1
P2
P3
3-4 Programming, Testing and Alignment Cable
Table 3-3. Pin Configuration of Side Connector
CONNECTION
P1 P2 P3
Pin Pin Pin Function
1 3 VCC (5V)
34DATA +
25DATA -
16 6 GROUND
78 SPEAKER -
17 10 EXTERNAL MIC +
16 11 EXTERNAL MIC -
20 9 EXTERNAL PTT
17 SPEAKER +
41
(Coax
Connector)
GROUND
Section 4
POWER UP SELF-TEST
1.0 Power-Up Error Codes (Display Model only)
Upon powering up, the radio performs certain tests to determine if its basic electronics and software
are in working order. Any error detected has an associated error code that is presented on the radio
display. These error codes are intended to be used by a service technician when the radio
generates the Self Test Fail Tone. If these tests are successfully completed, the radio will generate
the Self Test Tone.
There are two classes of detectable errors, fatal and non-fatal. If it is considered as a fatal error, then
the normal radio operation will be inhibited. Fatal errors include hardware errors detected by the
microprocessor and certain memory errors. These memory errors include incorrect ROM checksum,
incorrect RAM checksum, and incorrect checksums of codeplug (Persistent Storage) blocks that
contain operating parameters. If the codeplug block operating parameters are corrupted, operation
of the unit on the proper frequency, system, and group are in question. Attempts to use this
information could provide the user with a false sense of security that others are receiving his
messages. Corrupted codeplug blocks of call IDs, or their associated aliases are considered non-
fatal errors. While the user may be inconvenienced, normal communication is still possible.
Table 4-4. Power-Up Error Codes
Error Code Description Error Type Corrective Action
ERROR 01/02 Call ID or associated
aliases codeplug block
checksum is wrong.
Non-Fatal Normal communication is still possible, but the
user may be inconvenienced.
Reprogram codeplug.
ERROR 01/22 Tuning Codeplug block
checksum is wrong.
Non-Fatal Normal communication is still possible.
FAIL 01/82 External Codeplug block
checksum is wrong.
Fatal Reprogram codeplug.
FAIL 01/92 Secure Codeplug check-
sum error
Fatal Reprogram codeplug.
FAIL 01/A2 Tuning Codeplug block
checksum is wrong.
Fatal Reprogram codeplug.
FAIL 01/81 ROM Checksum is
wrong.
Fatal Reprogram FLASH Memory, then retest. If
message reoccurs, replace main board or
send radio to nearest Motorola Depot.
FAIL 01/88 Radio RAM Test Failure. Fatal Retest radio by turning it off and turning it on
again. If message reoccurs, replace main
board or send radio to nearest Motorola
Depot.
FAIL 01/90
or
FAIL 02/90
General hardware test
failure.
Fatal Retest radio by turning it off and turning it on
again. If message reoccurs, replace main
board or send radio to nearest Motorola
Depot.
4-2 Operational Error Codes
2.0 Operational Error Codes
During radio operation, the radio performs dynamic tests to determine if the radio is working properly.
Problems detected during these tests are presented as error codes on the radio’s display. The
presence of an error code should prompt a user that a problem exists and that a Motorola Authorized
MOTOTRBO dealer should be contacted. Use Table 4-5. to aid in understanding particular
operational error codes.
FAIL 02/81 DSP ROM Checksum is
wrong.
Fatal Reprogram FLASH Memory, then retest. If
message reoccurs, replace main board or
send radio to nearest Motorola Depot.
FAIL 02/82 DSP RAM1 test failure. Fatal Retest radio by turning it off and turning it on
again. If message reoccurs, replace main
board or send radio to nearest Motorola
Depot.
FAIL 02/84 DSP RAM2 test failure. Fatal Retest radio by turning it off and turning it on
again. If message reoccurs, replace main
board or send radio to nearest Motorola
Depot.
FAIL 02/88 DSP RAM test failure. Fatal Retest radio by turning it off and turning it on
again. If message reoccurs, replace main
board or send radio to nearest Motorola
Depot.
FAIL 02/C0 DSP ROM Checksum is
wrong.
Fatal Retest radio by turning it off and turning it on
again. If message reoccurs, replace main
board or send radio to nearest Motorola
Depot.
No Display Display module is not
connected properly.
Display module is dam-
aged.
Fatal Check connection between main board and
display module.
Replace with new display module.
NOTE A non-display radio emits only the Self Test Fail Tone if it fails the self-test.
Table 4-5. Operational Error Codes
Error Code Description Error Type Corrective Action
FAIL 001 Synthesizer Out-of-Lock NON-FATAL 1. Reprogram the codeplug.
2. Refer to Detailed Service
Manual.
FAIL 002 Personality checksum or
system block error
NON-FATAL Reprogram the codeplug.
Table 4-4. Power-Up Error Codes (Continued)
Error Code Description Error Type Corrective Action
Section 5
CONTROLLER INFORMATION
1.0 General Controller Block
The controller board is the central interface between the various subsystems of the radio. The
controller section consists of 4 main ICs. These are the OMAP1710 Host/DSP Processor, Flash,
SDRAM memories and the MAKO Audio/Power Management chip.
Figure 5-1 shows how the controller interfaces with the RF Section and the supporting controls,
switches and display. The Controller, RF sections, volume port, frequency selection switch and the
universal connector are placed on a single “Transceiver” board. LCD Display is mounted directly to
the Transceiver board and keypad is designed on the flex. The Option Board is a separate board that
hosts the line/connections to the flex keypad. The physical interface between the Transceiver board
and keypad board is via flex through board to board connector on the option board.
Figure 5-1: Controller Block Diagram
1.1 OMAP1710 Processor (U1000)
The OMAP processor (U1000) has a dual-core architecture which incorporates a TMS320C55x DSP
core and a high-performance ARM926EJS core. The OMAP is supplied with two voltages: 1.4V for
Core and 1.8V for Peripheral and I/O Interfaces.
OMAP1710
& ME MOR Y
DEVICE S
SPI SSI RF
LOGIC REF
CLK
MA K O
SPI
MCBSP2
LAYER 1
TIMER LIN
REG
SW
REG
CLOCK
PLL CODEC
MPUIO DAC
USB
TXCVR
MCBSP1
ON_OFF VOLUME
ON
Logic
ADC
AUD
AMP
MIC
AMP
OPTION BOARD
MCBSP1
INT_MIC
INT_SPK
TRANSDUCERS
ACCESSORY
INTER FACE
EXT_SPK
EXT_MIC
DATA
OPT. SEL
TUNE
OPT
SEL
LCD DISPLAY
LCD
CTRL
CONTROLLER
Numeric K eys
Navigation Keys
KEYPAD
USER BUTTONS & KNOBS
PTT & SIDE BUTTONS EMERGENCY
FREQ KNOB
VDD
SUPPLY
RF SECTION
B+ = 7.5V
MCBSP1
DATA
5-2 Controller Board
The OMAP processor controls the operation of the transmitter, receiver, synthesizer and MAKO IC. It
also uses Flash and SDRAM, both located externally.
1.2 Flash Memory (U2000)
The Flash memory IC is a 64Mbit CMOS device. It is supplied with 1.8V. The Flash memory has its 23
address lines and 16 data lines connected to the External Interface Module (EIM) of the OMAP IC
through the EMIFS_ADDR(23:1) and EMIFS_DATA(15:0) busses. The Flash memory contains host
firmware, DSP firmware, codeplug data, and tuning values.
1.3 SDRAM (U2001)
The Synchronous DRAM (SDRAM) is 128Mb high-speed CMOS device. It is designed to operate in
1.8V, low-power memory system. The SDRAM has 13 address lines and 16 data lines connected to
the EIM of OMAP IC through SDRAM_ADDR(12:0) and SDRAM_DATA(15:0) busses.
1.4 MAKO IC (U3000)
The MAKO IC handles DC power distribution and audio processing (i.e. audio amplification and
analog-to-digital/ digital-to-analog conversions). It contains Switching and Linear regulators, 1W audio
amplifiers, 16-bit Voice CODEC, 11-channel 10-bit A/D Converter, 10 bit D/A Converter, support
2xUSB “OTG” transceivers, One-Wire Option Detect, and GCAI ports.
2.0 Controller Board
2.1 Radio Power Distribution
Figure 5-2: DC Power Distribution Block Diagram
Figure 5-2 illustrates the DC distribution to various ICs and devices in the radio. The power
management architecture is centered on the MAKO IC (U3000). A battery supply is routed via a 3A
fuse (F9000) which goes directly to the electronic ON/OFF control (PMOS power FET Q3003) as
RF PA, RF DRIVER, ANTENNA SWITCH
LCD, 32kHz SQUARER CKTs, LEVEL
TRANSLATOR (GPS), TOMAHAWK DIG
CKTs
KEYPAD LEDS - 8x
DISPLAY BACKLIGHT LEDS - 2x
RED & GRN LEDs, OPTION BOARD
1.875V_DIG_V2
MAKO DC REGULATORS
RAW_B+
SIDE CONNECTOR PULL-UPs, RED & GRN
LEDs, VBUS SUPPLY ENABLED
V6 ( 50mA @ 2.9V )
(2.775, 2.9V)
V8 ( 25mA @ 5.0V )
2.8V_ANA_V7
CHARGE PUMP OF ABACUS &
TOMAHAWK, POWER CONTROL,
REGULATOR FOR TX_VCO, TX_BUFFER,
RX_VCO, RX_BUFFER
MAKO A/D REFERENCE VOLTAGE, VOL,
HW_ID, LEVEL TRANSLATOR (1-WIRE)
MOS
SW
V7 ( 100mA @ 2.8V )
OMAP EIMFS & EIMFF (FLASH & SDRAM),
LCD, OMAP1710 PERIPHERAL PLUS PTT/
EMERG_PB/ RED & GRN LEDs/ FREQ SW
PULL-UPs, 32kHz SCHMITT TRIGGER CKTs,
TOMAHAWK CORE & I/O, ABACUS I/O
TOMAHAWK ANALOG CKT, LNA, MIXER
ANALOG CKTs, ABACUS CORE & DIG
CKTs
2.775V_DIG_V4
5V_ANA_V8
FET_EN
SWB+
PGLDO3
PGLDO2
BAT_TYPE
BAT_7V5
5V_ANA_VBUS1
SW1 ( 800mA @ 3.6V )
(with External FETs + Drivers)
V3 (150mA @ 1.3V )
(1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.55, 1.6V)
SW2 (300mA @ 2.3V )
VBUS2 ( 500mA @ 5.0V )
(with External Pass xistor)
3.3V_DIG_V10
VSW5 ( 800mA @ 5.2V )
(with External FETs + Drivers)
SIDE ACCESSORY VBUS
5V_ANA_VBUS2
OMAP CORE
GPS RTC
GPS DIG
GPS RF
LEVEL TRANSLATOR (1-WIRE), TX
PRE_DRIVER
7.5V BATTERY
IGN_X
SW_TYPE
3.6V Switcher @ 600mA
V2 (120mA @ 1.875V )
(1.55, 1.7, 1.8, 1.875, 1.9V)
V4 ( 100mA @ 2.775V )
V10 ( 70mA @ 3.3V )
V9 ( 50mA @ 3.0V )
(2.8, 3.0, 3.3V)
VBUS1( 500mA @ 5.0V )
(with External Pass xistor)
ON_OFF Switch
1.4V Switcher @ 600mA
1.5V LDO @ 0.15A
2.8V LDO @ 0.1A
2.8V LDO @ 0.1A
5.6V LDO @ 1A
SWB+
2.9V_DIG_V6
2.3V LDO @ 0.32A
BPLUS
AUDIO_PA
VSAVE
3A FUSE
(MECH_SW)
Controller Board 5-3
RAWB+. When the radio is turned ON, MECH_SW (ON/OFF/volume control) will trigger the MAKO
FET_ENX to low thus turning ON the PMOSFET device, and SWB+ is then distributed as shown in
Figure 5-2. SWB+ will continue to support the whole board until the radio is turned OFF.
2.1.1 Voltage Regulation
• Switcher U3020
Switcher (U3020) in conjunction with the MAKO power management IC (U3000) is a highly efficient
dc-dc buck converter. External components L3020 and C3202 are needed to filter out the dc-dc
converter output. In this application, it is configured as a Pulse Skipping Mode (PSM) with maximum
output current of 600mA. It generates an accurate 3.6V output, which supplies directly to the MAKO
internal VSW2 switcher circuit as well as other MAKO internal LDOs.
• Switcher U3021
Switcher (U3021) is a highly efficient dc-dc buck converter and same as switcher U3020. It is used
solely for OMAP processor core.
• Low Drop Out (LDO) Regulator U3008
LDO regulator (U3008) is an adjustable output voltage regulator which can supply 200mA load
current. It has an excellent Ripple Rejection Ratio and Short Circuit Protection. In this application,
LDO U3008 output is 2.3V which is set by the resistor divider R3028 and R3029. It supplies directly to
MAKO internal LDOs.
• Low Drop Out (LDO) Regulator U3002
LDO regulator (U3002) is an adjustable output voltage regulator which can supply 1A load current. In
this application, LDO U3002 generates an accurate 5.6V output which is set by the resistor divider
R3017 and R3018. It supplies directly to both VBUS1 and VBUS2 supplies. Q3005 and Q3006
prevent internal voltage leakage onto VBUS_SUPPLY (U3002 pin 5).
• MAKO LDO VBUS1
VBUS1 is a voltage regulation module that can be used to provide 5V with either 50mA or 500mA
load current suited for accessory and USB supply. Q3001 and Q3002 are used to control the low
current limit (50mA) or high current limit (500mA) of Vbus1.
When USB_CONNECT is toggled LOW, the PMOSFET (Q3001) is disabled and this will limit the max
load supply to 50mA. If a high current limit is desired, i.e. USB HOST mode, USB_CONNECT is
toggled HIGH turning ON the PMOSFET (Q3001) through Q3002 inverter, and this will limit the max
load supply to 500mA.
• MAKO LDO VBUS2
VBUS2 is a voltage regulation module that can be used to provide 5V and with only 500mA load
current. This supply is used for PA Pre-driver.
• MAKO LDOs
The MAKO power management IC (U3000) provides eight more LDOs. Some LDOs are
programmable to meet the requirement of various ASIC devices. V2, V3, and V9 are programmable
via SPI while V4, V5, V6, V8, and V10 are fixed. See Figure 5-2 for details.
5-4 Controller Board
2.1.2 Power ON/OFF
The radio can be switched ON in only one condition:
1. MECH_SW turned ON
Turning the rotary switch (S9001) ON will cause MAKO (U3000) to turn ON SWB+. After application
of power to SWB+, MAKO regulators are sequenced to turn ON power to all MAKO internal blocks
and external system including OMAP processor (U1000), FLASH (U2000), SDRAM (U2001), and
radio RF section.
Radio can be turned OFF in one of the three conditions:
1. MECH_SW turned OFF
If the radio is manually turned OFF, MAKO (U3000) will start a 125ms watchdog timer. The OMAP
processor (U1000) may tickle the watchdog timer as needed to keep DC power ON as it shuts down
the radio. Once the watchdog timer expires, MAKO turns OFF the DC regulators and SWB+.
2. Low Battery
While the radio is ON, if battery voltage drops to low level threshold, OMAP processor (U1000) will
initiate a shutdown process. It will store the radio personality data to the FLASH (U2000) before
turning OFF.
3. Thermal Shutdown
Hard and Soft limits for thermal shutdown are implemented into MAKO IC (U3000). When MAKO die
temperature reaches Soft Thermal Limit (135 °C), microprocessor will be interrupted to begin
shutdown procedures. If Hard Thermal Limit (155 °C) is reached before OMAP processor (U1000)
can finish shutdown tasks, the radio will turn OFF immediately.
2.2 Clocks
Figure 5-3 illustrates the controller clocks used throughout the radio.
Figure 5-3: Clock Connections
MPU CLK
EXT_CLK (N18)
CLK32K_IN (P13)
OSC_IN (Y2)
OSC_OUT (W3)
OSC32K_IN (V13)
OSC32K_OUT (AA13)
SYS_CLK_IN (Y4)
DPLL1
General Pupose
TIMER
ARX DAC
XOSC BASE
CLK2 OUT
16.8 MHZ
TCXO
+0.5 ppm (GPS & CPHER)
+1.5 ppm (NONGPS)
FREF
24.576MHZ 32.768KHZ
XOUT XIN XTAL32_OUTXTAL32_IN
+20 ppm+30 ppm
TOMAHAWK
U001
ABACUS III
U600
MAKO
U3000
REF_CLK
LOW_REF_CLK
SiRF GPS
U8000
xN
DSP CLKxN
TC CLKxN
12MHZ
+20 ppm
1.4V
10K
OMAP1710
U1000
U1006
U3003
U3004
32.768 KHz
Y3000Y3001
VSS_11 (Y13)
OMAP 3.3 Core
Y1000
+20 ppm
Y8000
32.768KHZ
RTC_XO
RTC_XI
Controller Board 5-5
The OMAP processor (U1000), which consists of an ARM and DSP core, needs three clocks for
operation: a 32.768kHz square-wave, a 12MHz sine-wave, and a 16.8MHz square-wave clock.
The 16.8MHz clock source is provided from the Tomahawk TCXO routes to a squarer-circuit (U1006)
and feed to EXT_CLK (U1000 pin N18).
The 32.768kHz clock is generated by the MAKO crystal (Y3000) oscillator, converted to a gated clock
by U3003 and U3004 circuitry. It is then directly fed to OMAP CLK32_IN (U1000 pin P13). The OMAP
processor needs the 32.768kHz to determine the input reference clock applied to OSC_IN (U1000 pin
Y2). Without this 32kHz clock, the OMAP will potentially program all the wrong dividers for USB and
UART booting. External pull-up on OSC32K_IN (U1000 pin V13) and grounding both OSC32K_OUT
(pin AA13) and VSS_11 (pin Y13) indicates that an external 32kHz clock is used.
The 12MHz sine-wave is the main system reference clock for the OMAP which all the internal clocks
are derived from.
The 24.576MHz crystal (Y3001) oscillator is the reference clock for MAKO CODEC and SSI clock. `
2.3 Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)
Figure 5-4 illustrates the controller SPI used throughout the radio.
Figure 5-4: SPI Connections
The OMAP processor (U1000) has two SPI busses that it uses to communicate with the various
peripheral IC’s. The first is the High Performance Data (HPD) SPI bus and the second is the multi-
media card (MMC) SPI.
HPD SPI
TOMAHAWK
U001
1.8V
CEX
SPI_DW
SPI_DR
SPI_CLK
ABACUS III
U600
PE
PD
DOUTB
PC
MAKO
U3000
SPI_CS
SPI_CLK
SPI_DO
GPIO_44 (P15)
SPIF.DOUT (W21)
SPIF.DIN (U18)
SPIF.SCK (U19)
GPIO_9 (Y8)
GPIO_58 (R11)
SPI_DI
OMAP1710
U1000
MMC1 SPI
SPI.CS1 (P19)
SPI.CLK (M14)
MMC.CMD (P11)
SPI.RDY (R18)
SPI.CS2 (P20)
SPI.CS3 (P18)
1.8V
1.8V
47K
1.8V
SPI_CLK
SPI_MOSI
SPI_MISO
THK_CE
MAKO_CE
ABACUS3_CE
R3023
5-6 Controller Board
The HPD SPI is a synchronous serial bus made up of four lines, SPI_CLK, SPI_MOSI, SPI_MISO,
and chip select. The SPI_CLK line is used to control the speed of the data to/from the peripheral IC’s
and the OMAP processor. This clock can be adjusted to different speed based on the IC’s
specification.
HPD SPI module is used to interface to Tomahawk (U001), Abacus III (U600), and the MAKO
(U3000). This interface operates at 1.875V logic level. SPI_MOSI, or commonly known as
TRANSMIT Data, is a data string from OMAP while SPI_MISO or RECEIVE Data is data string to the
OMAP.
The MMC SPI is not used in portable radio.
2.4 Serial Synchronous Interface (SSI)
Figure 5-5 illustrates the controller SSI used in the radio controller design.
Figure 5-5: SSI Connections
The OMAP processor (U1000) has a total of three SSI or multi-channel buffer serial ports (McBSP)
modules that are used to directly interface to the CODECs in the Tomahawk, Abacus, and MAKO, as
well as command/ data connections to the Option Board, and between Tx and Rx radios within a
Repeater.
As shown in Figure 5-5, McBSP1 is a 4-wire bus and interface to the MAKO CODEC as well as the
Option Board. McBSP2 is 6-wire bus; 3-wire dedicated to the Tomahawk Tx audio and the other 3-
McBSP2
TOMAHAWK
U001
1.8V
DMCS
SDTX
SFTX
TXCLK
ABACUS III
U600
DOUTA
FS
CLKOUT
MAKO
U3000
VC_TX
VC_DCLK
VC_FSYNC
GPIO_2 (D15)
McBSP2.DX (AA5)
McBSP2.FSX (W7)
McBSP2.CLKX (Y6)
VC_RX
OMAP1710
U1000
McBSP3.DR (T19)
McBSP3.CLKX (N14)
McBSP3.DX (P14)
McBSP3.FSX (AA17)
1.8V
1.8V
10K
1.8V
McBSP2.DR (P10)
McBSP2.FSR (W6)
McBSP2.CLKR (V7)
McBSP1
McBSP1.DX (H18)
McBSP1.CLKX (G21)
McBSP1.DR (H20)
McBSP1.FSX (H15)
McBSP3
OPTION
BOARD I/F
J9001
VC_TX
CLK
FSYNC
VC_RX
SYNCB GPIO_40 (W15)
R3010
Controller Board 5-7
wire to Abacus Rx audio. McBSP3 is a 4-wire bus, and used primarily to interface between Tx and Rx
radios within a Repeater.
2.5 ACC_ID Interface
Smart accessories use the Accessory ID (ACC_ID) Interface to help the radio determine which smart
accessory, if any, are attached to the radio. Figure 5-6 illustrate the ACC_ID connections used within
the radio.
Figure 5-6: ACC_ID Interface Connections
2.6 USB Interface
The OMAP processor (U1000) supports two USB ports. The radio makes use of one USB port to
communicate with smart accessories, and connection to a host computer for radio programming via
CPS and tuning via Tuner Tool.
Note: The USB ports are designed to support Motorola accessories only and will not support third
party “Plug-n-Play” USB devices.
Figure 5-7 shows the details of the HSSI connections within the radio.
Figure 5-7: USB Interface Connections
The OMAP processor USB host controller communicates with accessories at either 1.5 Mbps or 12
Mbps data rates depending on the accessory. The USB port can be used as a host or a device.
MAKO
U3000
ACC_ID (P9)
2-BitTranslator
U3009
2.9V
Vref1 Vref2
2.9V 5V
SCL1
SDA1
SCL2
SDA2
5V
OMAP1710
U1000
HDQ (N20) ACC_ID_UP (L7)
R3041
R3040
R3024
1.875V
Vbus1
Monitor
USB1
Transceiver
3/6 Wire
IF and
SPI
Registers
DP (N6)
DM (P7)
USB1_OE (B08)
USB1_SE0 (D08)
USB1_DAT_TXD (C08)
Mako
OMAP 1710
VBus1_Sens (E12)
VBus1 (H10)
VBus1_ Cmd (C14)
D+
D-
VBus
R3103 + R3102
USB1_TXEN (W16)
USB1_DAT (W14)
USB1_SE0 (R13)
USB_INT (L15) USB_INTX (C10)
Q3000
VBUS SUPPLY
5-8 Controller Board
In the portable radio, only one of the two MAKO USB transceivers is used to provide the physical
layer signaling for the USB port. The transceiver generates and receives the DP and DM differential
signals of the port. The MAKO transceiver interfaces to the OMAP processor through a three-wire
interface consisting of two bi-directional signals (SE0 and DAT), and one uni-directional signal
(TXEN). The MAKO also includes a Vbus monitor that senses the connection or removal of a device
and determines whether or not to supply current to that device via Q3000 up to a high current limit of
500mA.
The USB host/device mode assignment is determined when a user attaches a USB device to the port.
The accessory contains information about what the USB mode assignment should be, this
information is sent to the radio via the ACC_ID. See section 2.5 on page 5-7 for more details on the
ACC_ID implementation. When configured as a host, VBUS is turned ON by MAKO and set to high
current limit, when configured as a device, VBUS will be shut OFF and the external host supplies the
VBUS power.
2.7 Universal Connector (Side Connector)
The universal connector is located on the side of the radio. It is the external port of interface used for
programming and interfacing to external accessories. The universal connector is connected to the
main board via a flex through option board. This radio UC is a newly defined Motorola accessory port
that contains audio, digital I/O, serial interfaces, and accessory supply lines; and is similar in function
to Motorola’s legacy microphone connectors. The multiplexing of these functions is handled by
circuitry internal to the MAKO (U3000).
The UC includes 2 serial interfaces: an USB port and an ACC_ID interface. The USB port can be
used as either a device (radio is device) or as a host (radio is host). When configured as a device, the
radio can be programmed using the MOTOTRBO CPS or tuned using the Tuner software. When
configured as a host, various smart accessories can be used with the radio. See section 2.6 on page
5-7 for more information on the USB interface.
The ACC_ID interface is used by accessories to provide the radio with information needed to
configure the interface for that accessory. See section 2.5 on page 5-7 for more information on the
ACC_ID interface.
Note: The USB port is designed to support Motorola accessories only and will not support third
part “Plug-n-Play” USB devices.
2.8 Keypad Module
The keypad module is connected to the main board through option board. This unit is not considered
field-repairable. The keypad interface is a standard pulsed 4 row by 4 column configuration controlled
directly by the OMAP processor (U1000). Each of the 4 column output lines is toggled high in
sequence and the 4 row input lines are monitored to detect if a button has been pressed. The OMAP
processor then decodes which button was pressed using the appropriate column and row stimulus
and response information.
2.9 Display Module
This display is Film-compensated Super Twisted Nematic (FSTN), 132x34 pixel dot matrix with
transflective mode and yellow-green LEDs backlighting Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) module custom
to Motorola.
This display module is constructed of glass by sandwiched with polarizers, TAB (Tape Automated
Bonding) IC driver, LED backlighting, display control circuitry flex with 16-lines receptacle connector
connected to the main board display connector (P9000). The LED and backlights are controlled via
serial connection with OMAP processor (U1000). The serial interface consists of clock, data, and chip
select lines that are connected directly from the OMAP processor.
Controller Board 5-9
2.10 Audio
The audio circuitry consists of both analog and digital audio paths. Figure 5-8 shows the basic block
diagram of the audio interconnections.
Figure 5-8: Audio Block Diagram
2.10.1 Receive Audio
The receive audio data comes from the ABACUS III IC (U600) to the OMAP McBSP2 pin. The DSP
decodes the data and sends it out through SSI lines to MAKO SSI pin. The SSI bus is comprised of
four lines: clock, frame sync, Rx data, and Tx data. These four lines provide data to the MAKO
(U3000) using a packet frame structure consisting of four slots. The actual audio data is transferred to
the MAKO in the first slot of each frame using 16-bit pulse-code modulated PCM audio. The MAKO
codec filters and converts the digital data into an analog audio signal, and this signal is sent to a
programmable gain amplifier. The analog audio circuitry routes the audio to the internal or external
port.
PA
EXT_SPKR_P
PA_IN_P
PA_IN_M
C2
LSPKext
LSPKint
EXT_SPKR_M
INT_SPKR_P
INT_SPKR_M
Cf
Rf
Rf
INT_MIC_P
ADC
INT_MIC_M
EXT_MIC_P
EXT_MIC_M
VCM1
LESCIM
DAC
VC_OUT_P
VC_OUT_M
MIC BIAS
VC_DCLK
VC_FSYNC
VC_TX
VC_TX3V
VC_RX
MAKO
PA
INT_MIC_P
INT_MIC_M
MIC BIAS
1.0uF
1.0uF
0.1uF
68nF
22nF
330ohm
Base-Band
Processor
UCM_SS
D
D
V_
CI
G
OL
V02_O(1.875V) for OMAP
V06(2.9V) for Patriot
DIN
CLK
SYNC
DOUT
10k TX
RX
5-10 Controller Board
2.10.2 Transmit Audio
Transmit audio can be sourced from either internal or external microphone path. Both the internal and
external microphone carries a 5V bias through a resistor to MAKO MIC_BIAS pin. The MAKO,
through SPI, selects the appropriate microphone path to route to the necessary gain stages and
converter that will send 16-bit PCM audio to the OMAP for signal processing via the SSI bus.
The transmit gain stages in the MAKO is calibrated based on an 8mV input under standard test
conditions. The microphone sensitivity is programmable through the use of CPS.
5-11
2.11 Troubleshooting Charts
MCU
Power Up
Alert Tone
OK?
YES Read Radio
OK?
Check USB
circuitry and
setup
Reprogram
correct data
Volume
knob
function?
NO
Speaker
OK?
Check volume
knob circuitry
NO
YES
Replace
Speaker
NO
Int & Ext
Spkr short to
Gnd?
YES
Check Speaker
circuitry, if no problem,
replace MAKO
YES
NO
Termination
short
together?
NO
YES
Spkr contact
voltage
=3V?
NO
YES
A
YES
NO
Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Controller
(Sheet 1 of 2)
5-12
A
YES
MAKO
regulator o/p
programmed?
1.4V at
R1020?
YES
Check regulator
U3201
NO
YES
16.8MHz at
C1032?
YES
C1018
=12MHz?
Check TOMAHAWK
16.8MHz circuitry
NO
C1019=
12MHz?
NO
C3001
=32.768KHz?
Replace
U3003
YES
C3000
=32.768KHz?
NO
Replace
Y3000
YES
NO
Replace
MAKO
Replace
Y1000
NO
YES
YES
Replace
OMAP
R1048=
32.768MHz?
YES
NO
NO
Troubleshooting Flow Chart for Controller
(Sheet 2 of 2)
Controller Schematics 5-13
2.12 Controller Schematics
RF
CONTROLLER
SYNCB
THK_CE
TX_CLK
TX_DAC
TX_DATA
TX_FSYNC
ADAPT_SW
ANT_EN
DEEP_SLEEP
DMCS
GPS_ANT
LOCK_DETECT
PA_TEMP
+BWAR
RESET_OUT
RX_CLK
RX_DATA
RX_FLTR_VCTRL
RX_FSYNC
SPI_CLK
SPI_MISO
SPI_MOSI
2V_GID_V578.1
16.8_MHZ_BUFF
16_8MHz_GPS
7V_ANA_V577.2
4V_GID_V577.2
8V_ANA_V5
2SUBV_ANA_V5
ABACUS3_CE
TX_DATA
TX_FSYNC
USB1_DM
USB1_DP
1SUBV
LOV
RX_CLK
RX_DATA
RX_FLTR_VCTRL
RX_FSYNC
SPI_CLK
SPI_MISO
SPI_MOSI
1WS
2WS
4WS
8WS
+
BWS
SYNCB
THK_CE
TX_CLK
TX_DAC
CNYSF_OKAM
XR_OKAM
XT_OKAM
WS_HCEM
ONE_WIRE_1
OPTA_SEL0
OPTA_SEL1
OPTA_SEL2
1_OIPG_TPO
2_OIPG_TPO
CNYS_ISS_TPO
PA_TEMPPTT
+BWAR
DEL_DER
RESET_OUT
JTAG_TCK
JTAG_TDI
JTAG_TDO
JTAG_TMS
KEYPAD_COL0
KEYPAD_COL1
KEYPAD_COL2
KEYPAD_COL3
KEYPAD_COL4
KEYPAD_ROW0
KEYPAD_ROW1
KEYPAD_ROW2
KEYPAD_ROW3
KEYPAD_ROW4
LOCK_DETECT
KLCD_OKAM
GPS_BOOT
GPS_ON_OFF
GPS_RFPWRUP
GPS_RX
GPS_TX
GPS_nRESET
GPS_nWAKEUP
DEL_NEERG
INT_MIC+
INT_MIC-
INT_SPKR+
INT_SPKR-
JTAG_NEMU0
JTAG_NEMU1
JTAG_NTRST
JTAG_RTCK
DISPLAY_CE
DISPLAY_CMD
DISPLAY_DATA0
DISPLAY_DATA1
DISPLAY_DATA2
DISPLAY_DATA3
DISPLAY_DATA4
DISPLAY_DATA5
DISPLAY_DATA6
DISPLAY_DATA7
DMCS
BP_GREME
EXT_MIC+
EXT_MIC-
EXT_SPKR+
EXT_SPKR-
16.8_MHZ_BUFF
7V_ANA_V577.2
4V_GID_V577.2
SPG_GID_V8.2
SPG_FR_V8.2
6V_GID_V9.2
01V_GID_V3.3
1WSV_GID_V6.3
8V_ANA_V5
2SUBV_A
NA_V5
ABACUS3_CE
ADAPT_SW
ANT_EN
ATAD_TTAB
BL_EN
DEEP_SLEEP
CTR_SPG_V5.1
2V_GID_V578.1
7
V
_
ANA_V577.2
2.775V_ANA_V7
16.8_MHZ_BUFF
2
V
_
GID_V578.1
1SUBV
GPS_ANT
RESET_OUT
RESET_OUT
C
TR_SPG_V5.1
GPS_BOOT
GPS_RFPWRUP
GPS_nWAKEUP
CNYS_ISS_TPO
SYNCB
S
P
G
_
G
I
D_V8.
2
SPG_FR_V8.2
+BW
S
5V_ANA_VBUS2
5V_ANA_VBUS2
DMCS
DISPLAY_DATA7
DISPLAY_DATA6
DISPLAY_DATA5
DISPLAY_DATA4
DISPLAY_DATA3
DISPLAY_DATA2
DISPLAY_DATA1
DISPLAY_DATA0
DISPLAY_CMD
DISPLAY_CE
DEEP_SLEEP
BL_EN
ATAD_TTAB
ANT_EN
ADAPT_SW
ABACUS3_CE
5V_ANA_V8
0
1
V
_
G
I
D_V3.
3
6V_GID_V9.2
4V_G
I
D_V577
.
2
KEYPAD_ROW4
KEYPAD_ROW3
KEYPAD_ROW2
KEYPAD_ROW1
KEYPAD_ROW0
KEYPAD_COL4
KEYPAD_COL3
KEYPAD_COL2
KEYPAD_COL1
KEYPAD_COL0
JTAG_TMS
JTAG_TDO
JTAG_TDI
JTAG_TCK
JTAG_RTCK
JTAG_NTRST
JTAG_NEMU1
JTAG_NEMU0
INT_SPKR-
INT_SPKR+
INT_MIC-
INT_MIC+
D
E
L
_
NE
ERG
GPS_TX
GPS_RX
GPS_nRESET
GPS_ON_OFF
EXT_SPKR-
EXT_SPKR+
EXT_MIC-
EXT_MIC+
BP_G
R
E
M
E
SPI_MISO
SPI_CLK
RX_FSYNC
RX_FLTR_VCTRL
RX_DATA
RX_CLK
D
EL
_DER
PTT
PA_TEMP
2_OI
P
G
_TP
O
1_OI
P
G
_TP
O
OPTA_SEL2
OPTA_SEL1
OPTA_SEL0
ONE_WIRE_1
W
S
_HC
E
M
LOCK_DETECT
16_8MHz_GPS
LOV
USB1_DP
USB1_DM
K
LCD
_O
KA
M
XT
_
OK
AM
XR
_
O
KAM
CNY
S
F_
O
K
A
M
RAWB+
TX_FSYNC
TX_DATA
TX_DAC
TX_CLK
THK_CE
8
W
S
4WS
2W
S
1WS
SPI_MOSI
Complete Controller Schematic Diagram
5-14 Controller Schematics
ROTINO
M
/ 4WS
TCA_LENNAHC / 8WS
ANE_CIM_DDA_CILBUP / 4LOC_DAPYEK
7_5PG /
N
E_LB
RED_LED / RX_ATTN_1
6_5PG / 4WOR_DAPYEK
A_LO
V
/
1
W
S
GREEN_LED / PA_ENABLE
MICROCONTROLLER
B_L
O
V /
2
WS
MAKO
draoB noitpO oT
USB2_TXEN
USB2_VM
USB2_VP
USB_INT
SYNCB
THK_CE
TX_CLK
TX_DATA
TX_FSYNC
USB0_DAT
USB0_SE0
USB0_TXEN
USB1_DAT
USB1_SE0
USB1_TXEN
USB2_DAT
USB2_RCV
USB2_SE0
USB2_SUSPEND
ONE_WIRE_UP
1_OIPG_TPO
2_OIPG_TPO
POR
PTT
RESET_OUT
RS232_RX
RS232_TX
RX_CLK
RX_DATA
RX_FSYNC
KLC_LAIRES
ATAD_LAIRES
SPI_CLK
SPI_MISO
SPI_MOSI
MAKO_DCLK
MAKO_FSYNC
MAKO_GPIO_RX
MAKO_GPIO_TX
MAKO_INT
0OIPG_TPO_OKAM
2OIPG_TPO_OKAM
3OIPG_TPO_OKAM
MAKO_OPT_INT
MAKO_RX
MAKO_TX
MCBSP3_DR
MCBSP3_DX
MCBSP3_FSX
DMC_YALPSID_HPROM
OMAP_CORE_LTC
KCT_GATJ
IDT_GATJ
ODT_GATJ
SMT_GATJ
0LOC_DAPYEK
1LOC_DAPYEK
2
LOC_DAPYEK
3LOC_DAPYEK
0WOR_DAPYEK
1WOR_DAPYEK
2WO
R_DAPYEK
3WOR_DAPYEK
SC_DEL
LOCK_DETECT
LOW_LEVEL_MUTE
MAKO_AD_TRIGGER
MAKO_CE
GPIO_45
GPIO_60
TOOB_SPG
FFO_NO_SPG
XR_SPG
NWODTUHS_SPG
XT_SPG
TESERn_SPG
PUEKAWn_SPG
I2C_CLK
I2C_DATA
0UMEN_GATJ
1
UM
E
N_GATJ
TSRTN_GATJ
KCTR_GATJ
2ATAD_YALPSID
3AT
A
D
_
Y
A
L
PSI
D
4AT
A
D
_
Y
A
L
PSI
D
5
A
TAD_YALPSID
6ATAD_YALP
SID
7ATAD_YALPSID
DMCS
EXT_MIC_ENA
PAMO_ZHK23_DETAG
8_5PG
GPIO_15
72_OIPG
3_OIPG
03_OIPG
13_OIPG
23_OIPG
33_OIPG
2.8V_DIG_GPS
3.3V_DIG_V10
ABACUS3_CE
ADAPT_SW
ANT_EN
51_OIMRA
ARMIO_2
3_OIMRA
AUDIO_PA_ENA
DEEP_SLEEP
LRTC_RID
EC_YALPSID
DMC_YALPSID
SC_YALPSID
0
ATA
D
_
Y
A
L
PSI
D
1ATAD_YALPSID
1.55V_DIG_V3
1.875V_DIG_V2
FFUB_ZHM_8.61
2.775V_DIG_V4
USB1_DM
USB1_DP
USB1_SE0
USB1_TXEN
USB_INT
1SUBV
VOL
OPTA_SEL2
PA_TEMP
POR
+BWAR
RS232_RX
RS232_TX
RX_FLTR_VCTRL
SPI_CLK
SPI_MISO
SPI_MOSI
+BWS
TX_DAC
USB0_DAT
USB0_SE0
USB0_TXEN
USB1_DAT
MAKO_FSYNC
MAKO_INT
0OIPG_TPO_OKAM
2OIPG_TPO_OKAM
3OIPG_TPO_OKAM
MAKO_OPT_INT
MAKO_RX
MAKO_TX
MECH_SW
MMP_GPIO1_INPUT
MMP_GPIO2_INPUT
OMAP_CORE_LTC
ONE_WIRE_1
ONE_WIRE_UP
OPTA_SEL0
OPTA_SEL1
EMERG_PB
EXT_MIC+
EXT_MIC-
EXT_SPKR+
EXT_SPKR-
GATED_32KHZ_OMAP
PURWPFR_SPG
NWODTUHS_SPG
PUEKAWn_SPG
INT_MIC+
INT_MIC-
INT_SPKR+
INT_SPKR-
MAKO_AD_TRIGGER
MAKO_CE
MAKO_DCLK
1.55V_DIG_V3
CTR_SPG_V5.1
1.875V_DIG_V2
7V_ANA_V577.2
2.775V_DIG_V4
SPG_GID_V8.2
SPG_FR_V8.2
6V_GID_V9.2
3.3V_DIG_V10
8V_ANA_V5
2SUBV_ANA_V5
BATT_DATA
+BWS
FF
U
B
_
ZHM_8.
6
1
SPG_GID_V8.2
PUR
WPFR_SP
G
GPS_SHUTDOWN
OPT_GPIO2
OPT_GPIO3
OPT_GPIO0
EMERG_PB
1WOR_DAPYEK
01V_GID_V3.3
SPI_CLK
SPI_CLK
SPI_MOSI
SPI_MOSI
XT_
O
KAM
MAKO_TX
SPI_MISO
SPI_MISO
MAKO_CE
OMAP_CORE_LTC
SPG_FR_V8.2
DEL_NEERG
4ATAD_YALPSID
2ATAD_YALPSID
3ATAD_YALPSID
1ATAD_YALPSID
0ATAD_YALPSID
GATED_32KHZ_OMAP
TOOB_SPG
GPS_nWAKEUP
PUEKAWn_SPG
CTR
_
S
PG
_
V
5
.1
OPT_SSI_SYNC
C
NYSF_O
K
AM
MAKO_FSYNC
KLC
D
_OKAM
MAKO_DCLK
XR
_
O
K
A
M
MAKO_RX
SYNCB
0WOR_DAPYEK
2WOR_DAPYEK
3WOR_DAPYEK
4WOR_DAPYEK
0LOC_DAPYEK
1LOC_DAPYEK
2LOC_DAPYEK
3LOC_DAPYEK
4LOC_DAPYEK
TS
RTN_GATJ
KCT_GATJ
ODT_GATJ
1UMEN_GATJ
IDT_GATJ
0UMEN_GATJ
SMT_GATJ
KCTR_GATJ
6ATAD_YALPSID
7ATAD_YALPSID
5ATAD_
YALPSID
INT_MIC-
INT_MIC+
EXT_MIC-
EXT_MIC+
EXT_SPKR-
EXT_SPKR+
INT_SPKR-
INT_SPKR+
OPTA_SEL0
OPTA_SEL1
OPTA_SEL2
ONE_WIRE_1
NE_LB
1WS
2
WS
4WS
8WS
USB1_SE0
USB1_TXEN
USB_INT
BATT_DATA
TX_DAC
1SUBV
2SUBV_ANA_V5
6V_GID_V9.2
7V_A
N
A_V5
7
7
.2
8
V
_
ANA_V5
+BWAR
MECH_SW
USB1_DP
USB1_DM
RX_FLTR_VCTRL
VOL
PA_TEMP
TX_CLK
TX_DATA
TX_FSYNC
1.55V_DIG_V3
2V_GID_V578.1
4
V
_G
I
D
_
V
57
7
.2
MAKO_AD_TRIGGER
MAKO_INT
MAKO_OPT_INT
ONE_WIRE_UP
POR
RS232_RX
RS232_TX
USB1_DAT
ABACUS3_CE
ADAPT_SW
ANT_EN
DEEP_SLEEP
EC_Y
A
L
P
SID
DMC_YALP
S
ID
DMCS
RED_LED
FFO_NO_SPG
TESERn_SPG
XR_SPG
XT_SPG
LOCK_DETECT
1_OIPG_TPO
2_OIPG_TPO
PTT
RESET_OUT
RX_CLK
RX_DATA
RX_FSYNC
THK_CE
MAKO-Controller Schematic Diagram
Controller Schematics 5-15
OMAP1610
USB#1
( INTERFACE WITH MAKO )
DNP
)nip cnyS ISS draoB noitpO rof
d
esu
y
rarop
m
eT(
GP DEVICE CONFIG
PLACE FOR GP DEVICE FAST BOOT
16.8MHz Squarer
PND
OMAP1710 / 1610
I2C
SERIAL FLASH SPI
Place for Place for
Y1001
BOOT FROM CS3
U1009
FREQ SWITCH
( RESET CIRCUIT PROVIDED BY MAKO )
USB#0
TOMAHAWK SSI
RS232
SDRAM
SPI
OPTION SELECT
Place for
ABACUS3 SSI
MAKO SSI
DISPLAY
OMAP1710
Place for
DECOUPLING CAPACITORS
DNP
(FROM MAKO )
MCBSP3
BOOT FROM CS0
( BUFFERRED 16.8 FROM TOMAHAWK )
USB#2
SSI
DNP
LEVEL TRANSLATORS
)KLC dna XSF 3PSBcM rof nip lanoitceriD(
KEYPAD ROW
(FROM MAKO )
OMAP1710
OMAP1710
LARGEST REF
DNP
DELETED REF
KEYPAD COLUMN
OMAP1610
Place for
GPS
R1072
NOT USED
RF CONTROLS
JTAG
FLASH
C1044
R1055
8
R1017
1
10K
1
10K
5201R
K01
C1012
0.10uF
C1031
0.10uF
0.10uF
C1010
TP_POR
1
2
03101R
0
R1020
9
1
02
R1070
10K
R1000
14
10
C1006
0.10uF
R1027
10K
R1034
12
1_ETATS_Z
61W
Z_STATE_2 P15
Z_STATE_3 N14
10
4
10K
VSS_2 B7
VSS_3 A13
VSS_4 B16
VSS_5 A21
VSS_6 F20
VSS_7 K20
VSS_8 R21
VSS_9 W20
VSS_12 AA7
VSS_13 Y3
VSS_14 AA1
VSS_15 U2
VSS_16 N1
VSS_17 K2
VSS_18 G1
VSS_19 B1
UART3_RX L14
TAD_0BSU
9P
8R 0ES_0BSU
UWIRE_SDI U18
W21
UWIRE_SDO
VSS_1 B5
VSS_10 AA21
VSS_11
Y13
TDI
Y19
AA19
TDO
V17 TMS
TRST
Y18
UART1_CTS
R14
V14 UART1_RX
UART2_CTS
Y5
UART2_RX
R9
9_ATADS 41D
SDDQS_H
C14
D4 SDDQS_L
SDRAM_CAS B4
C8
SDRAM_DQML
SDRAM_DQMU D10
SDRAM_RAS H7
TCK
W18
51_ATADS 21C
2_ATADS 5C
3_ATADS 7D
4_ATADS 5D
5_ATADS 7C
6
_ATADS 4C
7_A
T
A
D
S8D
8_ATADS 01C
SBANK_1 C3
0_ATADS 6D
1_ATADS 6C
0
1_
ATADS 1
1D
11_ATADS 31
C
21_
A
TADS 1
1C
3
1
_ATADS 31
D
41_ATADS
2
1D
SADD_3 A1
G10
SADD_4
SADD_5 B9
SADD_6 G12
SADD_7 G11
SADD_8 G9
SADD_9 B12
SBANK_0 B3
TNI_EKAW_CTR
31W
A2
SADD_0
SADD_1 B2
SADD_10 B8
SADD_11 H10
H9
SADD_12
SADD_13
H11
SADD_2 B6
OSC32K_IN
V13
OSC32K_OUT
AA13
R12 PWRON_RESET
5E DEVRESER
21P EDOM_TESER
TUO_TSR
02AA
KCTR
71Y
FFON_NO_CTR
21Y
3_OIUPM 8V
4_OIUPM 91T
5_OIUPM 02T
J20 MPU_BOOT
MPU_RST
U20 NC
L1
OSC1_IN
Y2
OSC1_OUT
W3
MCSI2_SYNC
V9
DMC_CMM
11P
0TAD_CMM 11R
1TAD_CMM 01V
2TAD_CMM 01W
3TAD_CMM 11W
1_OIUPM 91U
2_OIUPM 51N
AA5 MCBSP2_DX
W6 MCBSP2_FSR
W7 MCBSP2_FSX
MCSI1_DIN
V15
W14 MCSI1_DOUT
CNYS_1ISCM 71AA
AA9
MCSI2_DIN
9W TUOD_2ISCM
Y14 LOW_STATE_2
3_ETATS_WOL
6V
4_ETATS_WOL
5W
LOW_STATE_5 M18
MCBSP1_DR
H20
H18
MCBSP1_DX
MCBSP1_FSX
H15
MCBSP2_DR
P10
H13
LCD_PIXEL_4
LCD_PIXEL_5 A20
LCD_PIXEL_6
B19
LCD_PIXEL_7 C18
D17
LCD_PIXEL_8
LCD_PIXEL_9 D16
LCD_VSYNC B18
LOW_STATE_1
AA15
LCD_PIXEL_10 C17
LCD_PIXEL_11 B17
LCD_PIXEL_12 G13
LCD_PIXEL_13 A17
LCD_PIXEL_14 C16
LCD_PIXEL_15 D15
LCD_PIXEL_2 C19
LCD_PIXEL_3 G14
KBR_1
F19 KBR_2
H14 KBR_3
E20
E19 KBR_4
LCD_AC B15
LCD_HSYNC C20
D18
LCD_PIXEL_0
LCD_PIXEL_1 B21
ADS_C2I
02V
KBC_0 F18
KBC_1 D20
KBC_2 D19
KBC_3 E18
KBC_4 C21
KBC_5 G19
KBR_0
G18
3_OIPG 81P
4_OIPG 02P
6_OIPG 91P
26_OIPG
7M
7_OIPG 51M
8_OIPG 8Y
9_OIPG 8W
T18
I2C_SCL
0_OIPG 81R
1_OIPG 91R
11_OIPG 02N
21_OIPG
81N
31_OIPG 91N
41_OIPG 12N
51_OIPG 02M
2_OIPG
41M
V2 FRDY
1SC_F
3M
F_CS1U
Y1
2SC_F
4M
F_CS2U
P3
3SC_F
8N
PR_F
1W
PW_F
4V
FDATA_2
N7 FDATA_3
P2 FDATA_4
P4 FDATA_5
P7 FDATA_6
R2 FDATA_7
R3
R4 FDATA_8
FDATA_9
T2
FDATA_0
N4
N2 FDATA_1
FDATA_10
T3 FDATA_11
P8
U1
FDATA_12
FDATA_13
U3 FDATA_14
T4
V3 FDATA_15
3_DDAF
1C
4E 4_DDAF
5_D
D
A
F
2D
6_
D
D
A
F
4F
7_DDAF
3E
8
_
D
D
A
F
7J
9_DDAF
3F
VDAF
4L
91_DDAF
3
J
2_DDAF
3D
02_DDAF
2F
12_
D
DAF
8
L
4
K22
_DDAF
32_DDAF
3K
42_DDAF
7L
1E 52_DDAF
11_DDAF
3G
2G 21_DDAF
31_DDAF
8
K
4H 4
1
_
D
D
A
F
51_DDAF
3
H
61_DDAF
7K
71_DDAF
2J
4J 81_D
DAF
1_EB_F_NE
8
M
EO_F_NE
4U
EW_F_NE
2W
EN_SDCKE
H12
NEUP_BSU_NE
4W
EN_WE_SDRAM H8
1_DDAF
8J
01_DDAF
4
G
DVDD4_4
B14
DVDD5_1
R1
DVDD5_2
H2
DVDD5_3
C2
21V C
T
R
D
D
V
D
0UME 61V
1UME 71W
0_EB_F_NE
3L
DVDD1_4
Y16
L21 DVDD1_5
DVDD2_1
AA2
DVDD2_2
Y7
DVDD2_3
AA11
A5
DVDD4_1
DVDD4_2
A7
DVDD4_3
B10
2_DDVC 02Y
3
_
DDVC 9Y
4
_
DDVC 2M
LLD_DDVC 11A
2
1
W
CTR_DDVC
DVDD1_1
A19
DVDD1_2
E21
U21 DVDD1_3
2_2DDVC 2E
1_3DDVC 31B
2_3DDVC 02B
3_3DDVC 12J
4_3DDVC 02R
1J
4DDVC
A
DDVC 1
2Y
1_DDVC 51
A
C15
CLK_P_LCD
DS_KLC
9C
V19
CLK_S_UWIRE
CONF
V18
G8 CS_SDRAM
1DDVC 3AA
9A
2DDVC
1_2DDVC 3A
H19
CLK_EX_CAM
F_KLC 3N
MAC_L
_
KLC
51J
V5 CLK_M
CLK_MCSI1
P14
Y10 CLK_MCSI2
11V CMM_KLC
CLK_M_REQ
R10
V7 CLKR_MCBSP2
G20 CLKS_MCBSP1
G21 CLKX_MCBSP1
Y6 CLKX_MCBSP2
CLKX_SD
D9
Y15 CLK_B
CLK_B_REQ
W15
2TRAU_B_KLC
4Y
5_D_MAC 41J
6
_
D_M
A
C91J
7_D_MAC 81J
SH_MAC 51L
ZTSR_MAC 91M
SV_MAC 81L
P13 CLK32K_IN
31R
TUO_K23KLC
BFAIL
W19
0_D_MAC 91L
1_
D_
M
A
C4
1K
2
_D_
M
A
C5
1
K
3_
D
_MAC 9
1K
4
_D_
M
A
C81K
OMAP1710
U1000
6
1KR1041
R1068
24K
0
R1018
5
1UMEN_PT
1
Y1000
CX-91F
12MHz
DNG
2
1
D
NG
4
OUT
3IN 1
8
3
11
3
6
71
2
0
R1016
3
0
R1048
0
R1035
1
R1062
0
TP_MAKO_FSYNC
0.1uF
C1016
81
5
31
7
4
3
15
47K
31
1
0
R1026
R1051
0
18pF
C1030
0.10uF
C1013
R1046
0
4
21
11
0.10uF
C1015
6
2
10K
R1006
41
C1003
100pF
100pF
C1007
R1045
0.1uF
5
1
10K
C1044
0
R1063
C1002
0.10uF
1
.01uF
C1032
1
TP_MAKO_TX
TSRTN_PT
04101R
0
R1015
4
TP_MAKO_DCLK
1
4
3
9
21
9
C1014
0.10uF
R1067
1
12K
TX_RAMP
13
01
0.10uF
C1005
TP_MAKO_RX
1
6
1
0UMEN_PT
1
0
3
2
2
1.0uF
C1017
0.10uF
C1009
R1001
10K
C3
Y3 C4
Y4
0
R1022
A3 A3
A4 A4
B3 EN
4B DNG
2B
ACCV 1B
YCCV
C1
Y1 C2
Y2
1
U1005
A1 A1
A2 A2
0
ODT_PT
R1005
10
4.7K
10K
R1036
C1011
100pF
100pF
C1004
0.10uF
R1072
0
C1033
91
KC
T
R_PT
1
5
51
0
R1047
01
C1019
18pF
R1069
0
11
12
12
R1060
10
0.10uF
C1029
4.7K
R1054
0
9
0.10uF
C1001
18pF
C1018
1
2
7
7
51
4
5
SMT_PT
0
IDT_PT
1
R1021
C1008
R1028
0
100pF
3
8
0
R1052
7
11
KCT_PT
1
0
R1061
0
R1023
0
R1065
0
1A
1
2A
3
GND 2
VCC
5
1Y 6
2Y 4
5
6
U1006
NL27WZU04
0.10uF
2
C1028
8
10MEG
R1002
R1053
4.7K
22
61
41
R1019
5.1
C1000
100pF
CVDDA
OMAP_CORE
CVDDA
OMAP_CORE
GPS_ON_OFF_LS GPS_ON_OFF
2.775V_DIG_V4
GPS_BOOT
GPS_BOOT_LS
GPS_nWAKEUP_LS GPS_nWAKEUP
2.8V_DIG_GPS
1.875V
GPS_nRESET_LS GPS_nRESET
ANE_AP_OIDUA
RD_3PS
B
CM
3_OIMRA
SYNCB
2_OIMRA
SPI_CLK
SPI_MISO
SPI_MOSI
RX_FSYNC
TX_DATA
TX_CLK
TX_FSYNC
RX_DATA
RX_CLK
RESET_OUT
1.875V
DMCS
VCR_2BSU
SDRAM_CS
SL_TESERn_SPG
GP5_8
EXT_MIC_ENA
MAKO_OPT_GPIO2
LOCK_DETECT
TNI_BSU
OPT_GPIO_2
MAKO_OPT_GPIO3
MAKO_OPT_GPIO0
GPIO_33
SL_XT_SPG
SL_XR_SPG
GPIO_30
ANT_EN
ETUM_LEVEL_WOL
FLASH_CLK
GPIO_27
KEYPAD_COL3
KEYPAD_COL2
KEYPAD_COL1
KEYPAD_COL0
ADAPT_SW
ABACUS3_CE
TTP
SC_YALPSID
SC_DEL
3_OIPG
K
L
C_
L
A
I
R
E
S
51_OIPG
SL_FFO_NO_SPG
PU_ERIW_ENO
ATAD_LAIRES
NEXT_2BSU
PV_2
B
S
U
D
NEPSUS_
2
BSU
X
S
F_3PS
B
CM
TAD_1BSU
OPT_GPIO_1
XD_3PSBCM
NEXT_1BSU
MAKO_FSYNC
MAKO_RX
MAKO_TX
MAKO_INT
MAKO_DCLK
DISPLAY_DATA7
DISPLAY_DATA6
DISPLAY_DATA5
DISPLAY_DATA4
DISPLAY_DATA3
DISPLAY_DATA2
GPIO_32
GPIO_31
DISPLAY_DATA1
DISPLAY_DATA0
DISPLAY_CE
DISPLAY_CMD
ARMIO_15
KEYPAD_ROW3
KEYPAD_ROW2
KEYPAD_ROW1
KEYPAD_ROW0
DEEP_SLEEP
MAKO_GPIO_TX
MAKO_GPIO_RX
06_OIPG
MAKO_OPT_INT
1UMEN_GATJ
0UMEN_G
A
TJ
POR
LRTC_RID
MAKO_CE
MV_2BSU
RS232_RX
0ES_2BSU
KCTR_GAT
J
TSRTN_GATJ
A
T
A
D
_C2I
K
L
C_C
2
I
MAKO_AD_TRIGGER
DISPLAY_CMD
TAD_2BSU
RS232_TX
SMT_GATJ
O
D
T
_G
AT
J
IDT_GATJ
KCT_GATJ
SDRAM_CLK_EN
SDRAM_CLK
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.875V
GPS_TX
GPS_RX
1.875V
FLASH_WAIT
GATED_32KHZ_OMAP
54_OIPG
NWODTUHS_SPG
S
L
_PUEKA
W
n_SPG
S
L_TOOB_SPG
THK_CE
VDD_DLL
DVDD2
1.875V
LDO_FILTER
NEXT_0BSU
0ES_0BSU
TAD_0BSU
DVDD2
SDRAM_ADD(12:0)
SDRAM_CTL(6:0)
SDRAM_DATA(15:0)
1.875V
EMIFS_DATA(15:0)
EMIFS_ADD(23:1)
FLASH_CTL(5:0)
GPS_TX_LS
GPS_RX_LS
1.875V
1.875V
1.875V
16.8_MHZ_BUFF
2.775V_DIG_V42.775V_DIG_V4
1.875V
OMAP_CORE_LTC
OMAP_CORE
1.875V
OMAP_CORE
1.875V
OMAP_CORE
VDD_DLL
3.3V_DIG_V10
1.875V
0ES_1BSU
DVDD2LDO_FILTER
1.875V
OMAP_CORE
OMAP_CORE
Complete Controller Microprocessor Schematic Diagram
5-16 Controller Schematics
FLASH
61xM4 TS
SDRAM
61xM4 NORCIM
4
1
13
12
2
13
12
14
2
10
0
4
10K
R2010
2
R2007
10K
0
8
14
7
6
5
9
4
9
100pF
C2000
0.10uF
C2002
10K
R2012
7D 4QSSV
F9 WE
10
3
5
1
7C
3QDDV 3D
4QDDV
1
A1SSV
3E 2SSV
1J 3SSV
1QSSV
3A
7B 2Q
S
SV
3C 3
Q
S
SV
NC2 G1
F8 RAS
F1 UDQM
9A
1DDV 7
E
2DDV
3DDV 9J
7A
1QDDV 3B
2QDDV
C9
C8
DQ4 D9
DQ5 D8
DQ6 E9
DQ7 E1
DQ8 D2
DQ9
E8 LDQM
E2
NC1
B9
D1
DQ10 C2
DQ11 C1
DQ12 B2
DQ13
DQ14 B1
A2
DQ15
B8
DQ2
DQ3
G3
G7 BA0
BA1
G8
F7 CAS
F3 CKE
CLK
F2
G9 CS
A8
DQ0
DQ1
G2
J8 A2
A3
J7
J3 A4
J2 A5
A6
H3
H2 A7
H1 A8
A9
U2001
H7 A0
H8 A1
H9 A10
A11
R2004
0
2
R2005
9
4
10K
0
22
0
10K
R2008
5
R2013
10K
2
G
2Q
SS
V
8G
WAIT
D3
WP
D6
6
18
3
RP
4A
1DDV 4G
2DDV 1E
1QDDV 6
G
2QDDV
P
P
V5A
1SSV
3
A
1F 2SSV
1QSSV
G1
D8 G7
D9 F6
EN_E
E7
F8 EN_G
C4 EN_L
C5 EN_W
D7 NC
B5
F3
D14 F2
D15 E2
D2 E5
D3 G5
E4
D4
D5 G3
D6 E3
D7
A2
A9
B2
B4 CLK_K
D0 F7
D1 E6
F5
D10
D11 F4
D12 D5
D13
C8
A20
B3
A21
C3
A3
B8
A4
A8
A5
B7
A7 A6
A7
C7
A8
B1
A13
C1
A14
D2
A15
D1
A16
D4
A17
B6
A18
A6
C6 A19
A2
U2000
A0
E8
A1
D8
A10
C2
A1 A11
A12
R2006
4
R2009
10K10K
9
8
11
C2003
0.10uF
16
C2006
0.10uF
R2000
10K
15
11
10
1
23
3
6
1
12
8
C2004
100pF
3
13
4
5
10
17
0
R2011
11
5
21
15
19
11
1
20
0
6
3
3
5
15
12
0.10uF
C2007
1
8
2
7
7
.01uF
C2005
6
14
2
7
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.875V_DIG_V2
SDRAM_CS
SDRAM_CLK
SDRAM_CLK_EN
1.875V_DIG_V2
C2001
.01uF
1.875V_DIG_V2 1.875V_DIG_V2
FLASH_CLK
FLASH_CTL(5:0)
FLASH_WAIT
EMIFS_DATA(15:0)
EMIFS_ADD(23:1)
SDRAM_ADD(12:0)
SDRAM_DATA(15:0)
SDRAM_CTL(6:0)
1.875V_DIG_V2
Controller Memory Schematic Diagram
Controller Schematics 5-17
47KR3023
R3010 10K
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.875V_DIG_V2
R3024
51K 10K
R3036
R3033 15K
8.2K
R3032
R3034 8.2K
15KR3035
MMP_GPIO2_INPUT
MMP_GPIO1_INPUT
MAKO_OPT_GPIO0
MAKO_OPT_INT
ONE_WIRE_UP
MAKO_OPT_GPIO2
MAKO_OPT_GPIO3
MAKO OPTION SEL
MAKO ONE WIRE
MAKO UART
MAKO USB USB_INT
USB0_SE0
USB0_TXEN
USB0_DAT
USB1_SE0
USB1_TXEN
USB1_DAT
RS232_TX
RS232_RX
MAKO SPI
MAKO SSIMAKO_RX
MAKO_TX
MAKO_FSYNC
MAKO_DCLK
SPI_MISO
SPI_MOSI
MAKO_CE
SPI_CLK
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
C9
C10
E7
D7
A7
B7
M4
B8
D8
B9
A9
C6
K6
J5
A10
E9
N3
C8
N2
N8
E6
D6
B6
F10
C11
G10
D11
A8
M3
P2
B12
B10
A6
L7
L5
A5
B5
C7
C12
E11
D10
NC
NC
NC
DNP
R3088
5.1K
MAKO_AD_TRIGGER
C3045
10uF
2.2KR3013
R3037
2KR3014
820
EXT_MIC-
INT_MIC-
EXT_MIC+
INT_MIC+
C3050
C3048
.033uF
1.0uF
1.0uFC3047
.033uFC3049
R3011
270R3012
2.2K
DNP
10
R3800
1.0uF
C3080
C3098
33pF
33pF
33pF
C3100
0.1uF
C3800
C3099
33pF
C3097
BLM18BD601SN1
E3033
BLM18BD601SN1
E3030
E3031
BLM18BD601SN1
E3032
BLM18BD601SN1
INT_SPKR
IF2
INT_SPKR+
INT_SPKR-
EXT_SPKR+
EXT_SPKR-
330R3027
0.1uFC3036
R3026 330
.068uF
C3095
NC
C3094
C3011 .022uF
.068uF
C3035 0.1uF
0.1uF
C3034
100KR3055
D3000
SWB+
VSAVE
RAWB+
VC_OUT_M
H2 VC_OUT_P
H3
A4 VREF
G3 PA_IN_M
G2 PA_IN_P
TX_RX
A11
VCM1
J3
H4 VCM2
INT_MIC_M
K1 INT_MIC_P
K2
F2 INT_SPKR_M
F1 INT_SPKR_P
MIC_BIAS
L2
E1 PA_BPLUS
BPLUS
E3
EXT_MIC_M
J1 EXT_MIC_P
J2
G1 EXT_SPKR_M
H1 EXT_SPKR_P
AD_TRIG
B11
PA_CODEC_A2D_BLOCK
U3000-3
VFUSE
VMES
PWR_CTRL
SCAN_EN
TEST
FE_TUNE1
FE_TUNE2
ATOD_6
ATOD_7
ATOD_8
ADC_VREF
ATOD_0
ATOD_1
ATOD_2
ATOD_3
ATOD_4
ATOD_5
E8
L10
NC
N1
C4
A3
L3
M2
K11
K12
K13
M12
N14
M13
L11
M14
L12
L13
.01uF
C3999
100
R3025R3060
2K
PA_TEMP
2.9V_DIG_V6
RX_FLTR_VCTRL
TX_DAC
HW_ID0
HW_ID1
HW_ID2
VOL
100pF
C3038
100pF
C3037
3.3K
R3098
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
L6
P7
N6
P8
N7
M10
N12
N9
N13
M11
K7
M9
N10
P11
K8
P12
N11
P13
P9
M8
L8
P10
USB_CONNECT
USB1_DM
USB1_DP
USB2_DM
USB2_DP
TXDO_BDI_5V
RXDIN_5V
SB96_BDO_KF_5V
SB96_BUS_BUSY
RTS_FILLSEN_5V
OPTA_SEL1
OPTA_SEL2
OPTA_SEL3
OPTB_SEL0
OPTB_SEL1
OPTB_SEL2
OPTB_SEL3
CTS_CABLE_DET_5V
ONE_WIRE_1
ONE_WIRE_2
ONE_WIRE_BATT
OPTA_SEL0
VC_TX3V
USB2_OE_RCV_RTS
USB2_SE0_VM_RXD
USB_INTX
VC_DCLK
VC_FSYNC
VC_RX
VC_TX
USB1_DAT_TXD
USB1_OE
USB1_SE0
USB2_DAT_VP
SPI_DI
SPI_DO
TXDO_BDI_ENC_3V
TXDO_BDI_UP_3V
UART2_RXD_OD
UART2_TXD
UCM_SS
RXDIN_3V
RXDIN_ENC_3V
SB96D_BDO_KF_3V
SPI_CLK
SPI_CS
OPT_GPIO0
OPT_GPIO1
OPT_GPIO2
OPT_GPIO3
RS232_USB_X
RTS_FILLSEN_3V
OPTION_INTX
CTS_X
LOGIC_VDD
ONE_WIRE_UP
APCO
BBP_CLK
BBP_SYNC
BOOT_NORM_X
BUSY_IN
BUSY_OUT
CABLE_DET_3V
DIGITAL_BLOCK
U3000-2
22K
R3054
22K
R3053
3.3V_DIG_V10
0.10uF
C3062
5V_ANA_V8
24R3020
24R3021 USB1_DP
USB1_DM
10K
R3041
4.7K
R3051
2.9V_DIG_V6
5V_ANA_V8
D2
A2
TS5A23166
B1
C2
D1
B2
C1
A1
U3007
NO2
V_POS
COM1
COM2
GND
IN1
IN2
NO1
0.10uF
C3025
R3043
200K
C3026
0.10uF
5V_ANA_VBUS2
5V_ANA_VBUS2
2.9V_DIG_V6
R3040
2.2K
EN
1GND
3SCL1 6
SCL2
4SDA1 5
SDA2
2
VREF1 7
VREF2
8
PCA9306
U3009
OPTA_SEL1
OPTA_SEL2
OPTA_SEL0
BATT_DATA
ONE_WIRE_1
HW_ID
R3006
R3008 1K
1K
1KR3004
HW_ID0
HW_ID1
HW_ID2
33K
R3007 R3009
33K33K
R3005
2.9V_DIG_V6
2.9V_DIG_V6
2.9V_DIG_V6
Controller Audio and Digital Interface Schematic Diagram (for 8486716Z04)
5-18 Controller Schematics
47KR3023
R3010 10K
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.875V_DIG_V2
R3024
51K 10K
R3036
8.2K
15K
15K
8.2K
R3034
R3035
R3033
R3032
MMP_GPIO2_INPUT
MMP_GPIO1_INPUT
C3045
10uF
R3037
820
2.2K
R3013
2KR3014
EXT_MIC-
INT_MIC-
EXT_MIC+
INT_MIC+
C3050
C3048
.033uF
1.0uF
1.0uFC3047
.033uFC3049
270
R3012
R3011
2.2K
DNP
10
C3080
1.0uF
INT_SPKR+
INT_SPKR-
EXT_SPKR+
EXT_SPKR-
INT_SPKR
IF2
BLM18BD601SN1
E3033
BLM18BD601SN1
E3030
BLM18BD601SN1
E3031
E3032
BLM18BD601SN1
R3800
0.1uF
C3800
C3098
C3100
C3099
33pF
33pF
33pF
33pF
C3097
D3000
C3035
0.1uF
0.1uF
C3034
100K
R3055
SWB+
VSAVE
RAWB+
C3094 .068uF
.068uF
C3095
C3011 .022uF
NC
330R3027
0.1uFC3036
R3026 330
MAKO_AD_TRIGGER
H2
H3
A4
G3
G2
A11
J3
H4
K1
K2
F2
F1
L2
E1
E3
J1
J2
G1
H1
B11
VC_OUT_M
VC_OUT_P
VFUSE
VMES
VREF
PA_IN_M
PA_IN_P
PWR_CTRL
SCAN_EN
TEST
TX_RX
VCM1
VCM2
FE_TUNE1
FE_TUNE2
INT_MIC_M
INT_MIC_P
INT_SPKR_M
INT_SPKR_P
MIC_BIAS
PA_BPLUS
ATOD_6
ATOD_7
ATOD_8
BPLUS
EXT_MIC_M
EXT_MIC_P
EXT_SPKR_M
EXT_SPKR_P
ADC_VREF
AD_TRIG
ATOD_0
ATOD_1
ATOD_2
ATOD_3
ATOD_4
ATOD_5
PA_CODEC_A2D_BLOCK
U3000-3
E8
L10
NC
N1
C4
A3
L3
M2
K11
K12
K13
M12
N14
M13
L11
M14
L12
L13
C3038
100pF
100pF
C3037
PA_TEMP
2.9V_DIG_V6
RX_FLTR_VCTRL
TX_DAC
HW_ID0
HW_ID1
HW_ID2
VOL
R3025
100
C3999
.01uF
R3060
2K
MAKO SPI
MAKO SSIMAKO_RX
MAKO_TX
MAKO_FSYNC
MAKO_DCLK
SPI_MISO
SPI_MOSI
MAKO_CE
SPI_CLK
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
DNP
R3088
5.1K
MAKO OPTION SEL
MAKO_OPT_GPIO0
MAKO_OPT_INT
MAKO_OPT_GPIO2
MAKO_OPT_GPIO3
MAKO ONE WIRE
ONE_WIRE_UP
MAKO UART
RS232_TX
RS232_RX
MAKO USB USB_INT
USB0_SE0
USB0_TXEN
USB0_DAT
USB1_SE0
USB1_TXEN
USB1_DAT
VC_TX3V
USB2_OE_RCV_RTS
USB2_SE0_VM_RXD
USB_INTX
VC_DCLK
VC_FSYNC
VC_RX
VC_TX
USB1_DAT_TXD
USB1_OE
USB1_SE0
USB2_DAT_VP
SPI_DI
SPI_DO
TXDO_BDI_ENC_3V
TXDO_BDI_UP_3V
UART2_RXD_OD
UART2_TXD
UCM_SS
RXDIN_3V
RXDIN_ENC_3V
SB96D_BDO_KF_3V
SPI_CLK
SPI_CS
OPT_GPIO0
OPT_GPIO1
OPT_GPIO2
OPT_GPIO3
RS232_USB_X
RTS_FILLSEN_3V
OPTION_INTX
CTS_X
LOGIC_VDD
ONE_WIRE_UP
APCO
BBP_CLK
BBP_SYNC
BOOT_NORM_X
BUSY_IN
BUSY_OUT
CABLE_DET_3V
USB_CONNECT
USB1_DM
USB1_DP
USB2_DM
USB2_DP
TXDO_BDI_5V
RXDIN_5V
SB96_BDO_KF_5V
SB96_BUS_BUSY
RTS_FILLSEN_5V
OPTA_SEL1
OPTA_SEL2
OPTA_SEL3
OPTB_SEL0
OPTB_SEL1
OPTB_SEL2
OPTB_SEL3
CTS_CABLE_DET_5V
ONE_WIRE_1
ONE_WIRE_2
ONE_WIRE_BATT
OPTA_SEL0
DIGITAL_BLOCK
U3000-2
M4
A9
C9
C10
E7
D7
A7
B7
C8
B8
D8
B9
B6
C6
J5
A10
E9
N3
P2
E6
D6
A8
B10
A6
L5
A5
B5
C7
K6
N2
N8
F10
C11
G10
D11
M3
B12
L7
C12
E11
D10
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
USB_CONNECT
L6
P7
N6
P8
N7
M10
N12
N9
N13
M11
K7
M9
N10
P11
K8
P12
N11
P13
P9
M8
L8
P10
3.3K
R3098
OPTA_SEL1
OPTA_SEL2
OPTA_SEL0
BATT_DATA
R3041
10K
0.10uF
C3025
4.7K
R3051
2.9V_DIG_V6
5V_ANA_V8
22K
R3054
22K
R3053
5V_ANA_V8
3.3V_DIG_V10
24
24
R3020
R3021 USB1_DP
USB1_DM
A1 NO1
D2 NO2
V_POS A2
TS5A23166
B1 COM1
C2 COM2
GND
B2
IN1
C1
IN2
U3007
0.10uF
C3062
D1
2.9V_DIG_V6
R3043
200K
5V_ANA_VBUS2
R3040
2.2K
5V_ANA_VBUS2
ONE_WIRE_1
VREF2
8
EN
1GND
3SCL1 6
SCL2
4SDA1 5
SDA2
2
VREF1 7
PCA9306
U3009
C3026
0.10uF
R3007
10K
R3009
10K10K
R3005
2.9V_DIG_V6
2.9V_DIG_V6
2.9V_DIG_V6
HW_ID
HW_ID0
HW_ID1
HW_ID2
DNP DNP DNP
1K
R3006 R3008
1K
R3004
1K
Controller Audio and Digital Interface Schematic Diagram (for 8486716Z07, 8486716Z08 & 8415113H03)
Controller Schematics 5-19
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.875V_DIG_V2
R3036
10K51K
R3024
MMP_GPIO2_INPUT
MMP_GPIO1_INPUT
8.2KR3034
R3032 8.2K
R3035 15K
15KR3033
820R3037
10uF
C3045
R3014
2.2K
R3013
2K
EXT_MIC-
INT_MIC-
EXT_MIC+
INT_MIC+
R3012
C3049
1.0uFC3047
.033uF
1.0uF
C3050
C3048
2.2KR3011
270
.033uF
DNP
C3800
0.1uF
1.0uF
R3800
C3080
10
E3032
BLM18BD601SN1
E3030
BLM18BD601SN1
BLM18BD601SN1
E3031
E3033
BLM18BD601SN1
C3097
33pF
C3099
33pF
33pF
33pF
C3098
C3100
IF2
INT_SPKR
INT_SPKR+
INT_SPKR-
EXT_SPKR+
EXT_SPKR-
D3000
C3034
0.1uF
0.1uF
R3055
SWB+
VSAVE
RAWB+
100K
C3035
0.1uFC3094
270R3027
C3036 0.1uF
R3026
C3011
270
.015uF
C3095
0.1uF
NC
MAKO_AD_TRIGGER
VREF
TX_RX
VCM1
VCM2
VC_OUT_M
VC_OUT_P
INT_MIC_P
INT_SPKR_M
INT_SPKR_P
MIC_BIAS
PA_BPLUS
PA_IN_M
PA_IN_P
BPLUS
EXT_MIC_M
EXT_MIC_P
EXT_SPKR_M
EXT_SPKR_P
INT_MIC_M
U3000-3
PA_CODEC_A2D_BLOCK
AD_TRIG
A4
A11
J3
H4
H2
H3
K2
F2
F1
L2
E1
G3
G2
E3
J1
J2
G1
H1
K1
B11
DNP
NC
NC
NC
R3088
5.1K
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
MAKO OPTION SEL
MAKO_OPT_GPIO0
MAKO_OPT_INT
MAKO_OPT_GPIO2
MAKO_OPT_GPIO3
MAKO ONE WIRE
ONE_WIRE_UP
MAKO UART
MAKO USB USB_INT
USB0_SE0
USB0_TXEN
USB0_DAT
USB1_SE0
USB1_TXEN
USB1_DAT
RS232_TX
RS232_RX
MAKO SPI
MAKO SSIMAKO_RX
MAKO_TX
MAKO_FSYNC
MAKO_DCLK
SPI_MISO
SPI_MOSI
MAKO_CE
SPI_CLK
10KR3010
47KR3023
NC
NC
NC
NC
E7
D7
A7
B7
M4
B8
D8
B9
A9
C9
A10
E9
N3
C8
E6
D6
B6
C6
A6
A5
B5
C10
K6
J5
N8
G10
D11
A8
M3
P2
N2
B12
F10
C11
L7
C7
C12
E11
D10
B10
L5
USB_INTX
VC_DCLK
VC_FSYNC
VC_RX
VC_TX
VC_TX3V
USB1_OE
USB1_SE0
USB2_DAT_VP
USB2_DM
USB2_DP
USB2_OE_RCV_RTS
USB2_SE0_VM_RXD
USB_CONNECT
TXDO_BDI_ENC_3V
TXDO_BDI_UP_3V
UART2_RXD_OD
UART2_TXD
UCM_SS
USB1_DAT_TXD
USB1_DM
USB1_DP
SB96D_BDO_KF_3V
SB96_BDO_KF_5V
SB96_BUS_BUSY
SPI_CLK
SPI_CS
SPI_DI
SPI_DO
TXDO_BDI_5V
OPT_GPIO2
OPT_GPIO3
RS232_USB_X
RTS_FILLSEN_3V
RTS_FILLSEN_5V
RXDIN_3V
RXDIN_5V
RXDIN_ENC_3V
OPTA_SEL3
OPTB_SEL0
OPTB_SEL1
OPTB_SEL2
OPTB_SEL3OPTION_INTX
OPT_GPIO0
OPT_GPIO1
LOGIC_VDD
ONE_WIRE_1
ONE_WIRE_2
ONE_WIRE_BATT
ONE_WIRE_UP
OPTA_SEL0
OPTA_SEL1
OPTA_SEL2
BBP_CLK
BBP_SYNC
BOOT_NORM_X
BUSY_IN
BUSY_OUT
CABLE_DET_3V
CTS_CABLE_DET_5V
CTS_X
U3000-2
DIGITAL_BLOCK
APCO
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
USB_CONNECT
P8
N7
L6
P7
N6
N9
N13
M10
M11
N12
N10
P11
K8
P12
N11
P9
M8
L8
P10
K7
M9
P13
R3098
3.3K
VMES
SCAN_EN
TEST
VFUSE
PWR_CTRL
FE_TUNE1
FE_TUNE2
ATOD_1
ATOD_2
ATOD_3
ATOD_4
ATOD_5
ATOD_6
ATOD_7
ATOD_8
ADC_VREF
ATOD_0
L10
C4
A3
E8
N1
L3
M2
M13
L11
M14
L12
L13
K11
K12
K13
M12
N14
R3060
2K
NC
R3025
100
C3999
.01uF
PA_TEMP
2.9V_DIG_V6
RX_FLTR_VCTRL
TX_DAC
HW_ID0
HW_ID1
HW_ID2
VOL
C3038 100pF
C3037 100pF
NO1
A1
NO2
D2
A2
V_POS
U3007
COM1
B1
COM2
C2
D1 GND
IN1 B2
IN2 C1
TS5A23166
10K
R3041
C3026
0.10uF
4.7K
R3051
0.10uF
C3025
2.9V_DIG_V6
2.9V_DIG_V6
5V_ANA_V8
R3021 24
0.10uF
C3062
24R3020
5V_ANA_V8
3.3V_DIG_V10
22K
R3053 R3054
22K
USB1_DP
USB1_DM
200K
R3043
5V_ANA_VBUS2
R3040
2.2K
5V_ANA_VBUS2
U3009
PCA9306
OPTA_SEL1
ONE_WIRE_1
OPTA_SEL2
OPTA_SEL0
BATT_DATA
VREF2 7
EN 8
GND
1
SCL1
3SCL2 6
SDA1
4SDA2 5
VREF1 2
DNP DNP DNP
10K
R3005
1K
R3004
10K
R3009
1K
R3008
10K
R3007
R3006
1K
2.9V_DIG_V6
2.9V_DIG_V6
2.9V_DIG_V6
HW_ID
HW_ID0
HW_ID1
HW_ID2
Controller Audio and Digital Interface Schematic Diagram (for 8415113H05)
5-20 Controller Schematics
Q3003
RAWB+
RAWB+
SWB+
SWB+
100K
R3050
C3093
2.2uF
4
5
8
1
2
3
6
7
VSAVE
13pF
C3001
13pF
C3000
21
32.768KHz
XTAL
Y3000
R3070
220K
220K
R3071
2.775V_DIG_V4 C3070
10pF
2.775V_DIG_V4 R3072
2MEG
R3073
2MEG
C3
C1
B1
B3
U3003-1
LMC6035ITLX
C2
A3
A1
B1
B3
A2
LMC6035ITLX
U3003-2
1NC
4
OUT
5
VCC
U3004
NL17SZ14
3GND
2IN
1K
R3074
GATED_32KHZ_OMAP
1.875V_DIG_V2
0.10uF
C3063
0.22uF
C3084 C3805
0.22uF
560nH
L3003
L3004
560nH
SWB+
C3200
0.1uF
C3201
10uF
4GND
2ITH
8PLLLPF
1RUN SW
7SYNC
3VFB
6
VIN
5
U3020
LTC1877
NC
L3020
10uH
47uF
C3202
.01uF
C3203
R3201
R3200
62K
220K
C3204
20pF
3.6V_DIG_VSW1
220pF
C3212
MAKO_SW1_VDD
0.1uF
C3206
10uF
C3207
0.22uF
C3208
SWB+ L3022
560nH
3
VIN6
GND
4
ITH
2
PLLLPF
8
RUN
1SW 5
SYNC
7
VFB
LTC1877
U3021
10uH
L3021
20pF
C3211
R3202
220K
R3203
300K
C3210
.01uF
C3209
47uF
OMAP_CORE_LTC
R3028
51.1K
C3015 100pF
R3029
41.2K
4
VCONT 3
VIN
1VOUT
2
FB
GND
6
NP
TK11100CSC
U3008
5
2.2uF
C3016 C3018
2.2uF
C3017
.01uF
Q3005
2
3
1
4
OUT
Q3006
R1
R2
GND
IN
47K
R3100
178K
R3017
51K
R3018
10uF
C3090
3.3V_DIG_V10
NC
VIN1 1
VIN2 6
VOUT
5
LP8340
U3002
4ADJ
GND1
2
7GND2
3NC C3091
10uF
SWB+
5V_ANA_VBUS2
0.2
Q3010
C3039 4.7uF
VBUS1
R3030
R3003 100nH
4
Q3000
2
3
1
1.55V_DIG_V3
2.775V_DIG_V4
2.9V_DIG_V6
2.775V_ANA_V7
SWB+
5V_ANA_V8
3V_ANA_V9
3.6V_DIG_VSW1
3.3V_DIG_V10
1.875V_DIG_V2
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
0.1uF
C3082
0.1
R3016
NC
C3083
0.1uF
NC
NC
NC
NC
0
R3031
DNP
R3038
SWB+
MAKO_SW1_VDD
0
E12
D12
C13
F11
B13
K3
K4
L1
L9
J10
M6
H10
C14
N4
P4
N5
P3
P6
K14
J13
G11
E13
D13
F13
F12
E14
G13
G12
H12
J11
H11
L14
J14
J12
C3
A2
H13
H14
F14
G14
XTAL32_IN
XTAL32_OUT
VBUS1_SENS
VBUS2
VBUS2_CMD
VBUS2_SENS
VBUS_SUPPLY
VSAVE
XIN
XOUT
V08_I
V08_O
V09_O
V10_GND
V10_I
V10_O
VBUS1
VBUS1_CMD
SW_TYPE
TCXO_IN
TCXO_SEL_16_24
V02_O
V03_O
V04_O
V06_O
V07_O
SW2_VCCS
SW2_VOUT
SW5_PHASE
SW5_SUMCOMP
SW5_VDD
SW5_VDDHV
SW5_VOUT
SW5_VSENSE
SW1_VDD
SW1_VDDHV
SW1_VOUT
SW1_VSEN_BST
SW1_VSEN_BUK
SW2_GND
SW2_LX
SW2_VCC
PGLDO2
PGLDO3
REG_3V6
RESETX
SW1_DH
SW1_GND
SW1_PHASE
SW1_SUMCOMP_DL
INT_X
MECH_SW
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
NC6
GND4
GND5
GND6
GND7
GND8
GND9
HV_BG
IGN_X
BAT_RTC
BAT_TYPE
EMERG_PB
FET_ENX
GATED_32K_CLK
GND1
GND2
GND3
PWR_MNGR_BLOCK
U3000-1
BAT_3V6
BAT_7V5
NC
NC
NC
NC
A1
A14
P1
P14
M5
B14
NC
NC
G5
K9
L4
D14
H5
D9
P5
M7
J4
C1
B1
C2
A13
A12
B3
M1
D4
D3
C5
D5
E4
G4
B4
F3
B2
F4
E2
F5
D2
D1
C3002 0.1uF
C3005 1000pF
C3003 2.2uF
2.2uFC3004
DNP
0R3888
NC
NC
NC
EMERG_PB
MAKO_INT
MECH_SW
POR
C3061
20pF
16-54MHz
CX-101F
Y3001
20pF
C3060
2GND1
GND2
4
HOT1 1
HOT2
3
C3081
4.7uF
2
3
1
4
C3019
1.0uF
C3028
2.2uF
C3014
2.2uF2.2uF
C3010
1.0uF
C3074
1.0uF
C3031
1.0uF
C3067
4.7uF
C3079 1.0uF
C3024
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.875V_DIG_V2
2.775V_DIG_V4
2.775V_DIG_V4
2.775V_DIG_V41.55V_DIG_V3
1.55V_DIG_V3
5V_ANA_VBUS2
5V_ANA_VBUS2
2.9V_DIG_V6
2.9V_DIG_V6
2.775V_ANA_V7
2.775V_ANA_V7
5V_ANA_V8
5V_ANA_V8
5V_ANA_V8
3V_ANA_V9
3.3V_DIG_V10
3.3V_DIG_V10
C3205
220pF
Controller Power Management Block Schematic Diagram (for 8486716Z04)
Controller Schematics 5-21
220K
R3071
10pF
C3070
220K
R3070
2.775V_DIG_V4
2.775V_DIG_V4
B1
B3
LMC6035ITLX
U3003-1
C2
C3
C1
2MEG
R3072
2MEG
R3073
B3
A2
A3
A1
B1
U3003-2
LMC6035ITLX
NC
NC
NC
NC
A1
A14
P1
P14
M5
B14 NC
NC
XTAL32_IN
XTAL32_OUT
VBUS2
VBUS2_CMD
VBUS2_SENS
VBUS_SUPPLY
VSAVE
XIN
XOUT
V08_O
V09_O
V10_GND
V10_I
V10_O
VBUS1
VBUS1_CMD
VBUS1_SENS
SW_TYPE
TCXO_IN
TCXO_SEL_16_24
V02_O
V03_O
V04_O
V06_O
V07_O
V08_I
SW2_VOUT
SW5_PHASE
SW5_SUMCOMP
SW5_VDD
SW5_VDDHV
SW5_VOUT
SW5_VSENSE
SW1_VDDHV
SW1_VOUT
SW1_VSEN_BST
SW1_VSEN_BUK
SW2_GND
SW2_LX
SW2_VCC
SW2_VCCS
PGLDO3
REG_3V6
RESETX
SW1_DH
SW1_GND
SW1_PHASE
SW1_SUMCOMP_DL
SW1_VDD
INT_X
MECH_SW
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
NC6
PGLDO2
GND5
GND6
GND7
GND8
GND9
HV_BG
IGN_X
BAT_RTC
BAT_TYPE
EMERG_PB
FET_ENX
GATED_32K_CLK
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
U3000-1
PWR_MNGR_BLOCK
BAT_3V6
BAT_7V5
NC
NC
B1
C2
A13
A12
C1
M1
D4
B3
D3
C5
E4
G5
K9
L4
D14
H5
D9
G4
B4
D5
B2
F4
E2
F5
P5
M7
J4
D2
D1
F3
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
E12
D12
C13
F11
B13
K3
K4
L1
L9
J10
M6
H10
C14
N4
P4
N5
P3
P6
K14
J13
G11
E13
D13
F13
F12
E14
G13
G12
H12
J11
H11
L14
J14
J12
C3
A2
H13
H14
F14
G14 NC
NC
C3082
0.1uF
R3016
0.1uF
C3083
0.1
2.9V_DIG_V6
2.775V_ANA_V7
SWB+
5V_ANA_V8
3V_ANA_V9
3.6V_DIG_VSW1
3.3V_DIG_V10
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.55V_DIG_V3
2.775V_DIG_V4
Q3000
2
3
1
4
R3103
0.7
VBUS1
4.7uFC3039
0.2
R3030
Q3010
2
3
1
4
C3081
5V_ANA_VBUS2
4.7uF
1.0uF
C3019 C3079
4.7uF
C3010
2.2uF
C3067
1.0uF
2.2uF
C3014 C3031 C3024 C3074
1.0uF2.2uF
1.0uF
1.0uF
C3028
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.875V_DIG_V2
2.775V_DIG_V4
2.775V_DIG_V4
2.775V_DIG_V4
1.55V_DIG_V3
1.55V_DIG_V3
5V_ANA_VBUS2
2.9V_DIG_V6
5V_ANA_VBUS2
2.9V_DIG_V6
2.775V_ANA_V7
2.775V_ANA_V7
5V_ANA_V8
5V_ANA_V8
5V_ANA_V8
3V_ANA_V9
3.3V_DIG_V10
3.3V_DIG_V10
Q3006
R1
R2
GND
IN
OUT 3.3V_DIG_V10
2
3
1
4
47K
R3100
Q3005
51K
R3018
178K
R3017
C3090
10uF
ADJ
GND1
GND2
NC
VIN1
VIN2
VOUT
10uF
C3091
4
2
7
3
1
6
5
NC
SWB+
U3002
LP8340
IN
OUT
Q3002
R1
R2
GND
USB_CONNECT
Q3001
2
3
1
4
100K
R3102
2
R3101
C3015 100pF
51.1K
R3028
41.2K
R3029
2.2uF
C3016
2.2uF
C3018
TK11100CSC
FB 2
GND
5
NP 6
VCONT 4
VIN3
VOUT
1
U3008
.01uF
C3017
C3202
68uF
C3203
.01uF
3.6V_DIG_VSW1
C3204
20pF
62K
220K
R3201
R3200
7
VFB
3
VIN6
GND
4
ITH
2
PLLLPF
8
RUN
1SW 5
SYNC
LTC1877
U3020
10uH
L3020
220pF
C3205
NC
10uF
C3201
C3200
0.10uF
C3805
0.22uF
C3084
0.22uF
560nH
L3003 SWB+
C3208
0.22uF
L3022
560nH
MAKO_SW1_VDD
SWB+
C3207
10uF
C3206
0.10uF
5
SW
7SYNC
3VFB
6
VIN
U3021
LTC1877
GND
2ITH
8PLLLPF
1RUN
L3021
10uH
220pF
C3212
4
47uF
C3209 C3210
.01uF
OMAP_CORE_LTC
20pF
C3211
220K
R3202
300K
R3203
560nH
L3004
0.10uF
C3063
1.875V_DIG_V2
GND
3
IN
2
NC
1
OUT 4
VCC 5
NL17SZ14
U3004
1K
R3074
GATED_32KHZ_OMAP
MAKO_SW1_VDD
SWB+
DNP
0
R3038
R3031
0
Y3000
XTAL 32.768KHz
21
13pF
C3001 C3000
13pF
RAWB+
RAWB+
SWB+
SWB+
VSAVE
2
3
6
7
8
4
5
Q3003
1
C3093
2.2uF 100K
R3050
Y3001
CX-101F
16-54MHz
C3051
100pF
GND1
2
4GND2
1
HOT1
3HOT2
20pF
C3061
20pF
C3060
VSAVE
EMERG_PB
MAKO_INT
MECH_SW
POR
C3004 2.2uF
0.1uFC3002
1000pFC3005
2.2uFC3003
DNP
NC
0R3888
R3075 10K
Controller Power Management Block Schematic Diagram (for 8486716Z07)
5-22 Controller Schematics
220K
R3070
C3070
10pF
220K
R3071
2.775V_DIG_V4
2.775V_DIG_V4 R3073
2MEG
C2
C3
C1
B1
B3
U3003-1
LMC6035ITLX
R3072
2MEG
A2
A3
A1
B1
B3
LMC6035ITLX
U3003-2
VCC
U3004
NL17SZ14
3GND
2IN
1NC
4
OUT
5
R3074
1K
1.875V_DIG_V2
0.10uF
C3063
GATED_32KHZ_OMAP
560nH
L3004 0.22uF
C3084
C3200
0.10uF
C3201
10uF
MAKO_SW1_VDD
SWB+
DNP
0
R3031
0
R3038
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
J13
D13
F13
E14
G12
H12
J11
H11
L14
J14
J12
K14
A2
H13
H14
F14
G14
G13
C3
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
D12
C13
F11
B13
K4
L1
L9
J10
M6
H10
C14
E12
N4
P4
N5
P3
P6
K3
G11
E13
F12
2.9V_DIG_V6
2.775V_ANA_V7
SWB+
5V_ANA_V8
3V_ANA_V9
3.6V_DIG_VSW1
3.3V_DIG_V10
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.55V_DIG_V3
2.775V_DIG_V4
4
Q3000
2
3
1
R3103
0.7
C3039 4.7uF
VBUS1
R3102
2
Q3001
2
3
1
4
R3101
100K
GND
IN
OUT
Q3002
R1
R2
USB_CONNECT
47K
Q3005
2
3
1
4
R3100
C3081
5V_ANA_VBUS2
4.7uF
0.2
2
3
1
4
Q3010
R3030
K9
L4
D14
H5
D9
P5
M7
J4
G5
XTAL32_OUT
VBUS2
VBUS2_CMD
VBUS2_SENS
VBUS_SUPPLY
VSAVE
XIN
XOUT
XTAL32_IN
V08_O
V09_O
V10_GND
V10_I
V10_O
VBUS1
VBUS1_CMD
VBUS1_SENS
TCXO_IN
TCXO_SEL_16_24
V02_O
V03_O
V04_O
V06_O
V07_O
V08_I
SW2_VOUT
SW5_PHASE
SW5_SUMCOMP
SW5_VDD
SW5_VDDHV
SW5_VOUT
SW5_VSENSE
SW_TYPE
SW1_VDDHV
SW1_VOUT
SW1_VSEN_BST
SW1_VSEN_BUK
SW2_GND
SW2_LX
SW2_VCC
SW2_VCCS
PGLDO3
REG_3V6
RESETX
SW1_DH
SW1_GND
SW1_PHASE
SW1_SUMCOMP_DL
SW1_VDD
MECH_SW
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
NC6
PGLDO2
GND5
GND6
GND7
GND8
GND9
HV_BG
IGN_X
INT_X
BAT_TYPE
EMERG_PB
FET_ENX
GATED_32K_CLK
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
PWR_MNGR_BLOCK
U3000-1
BAT_3V6
BAT_7V5
BAT_RTC
0.1uF
C3082
0.1
R3016
0.1uF
C3083
A1
A14
P1
P14
M5
B14
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
21
32.768KHz
XTAL
Y3000
C3001
13pF 13pF
C3000
SWB+
SWB+
VSAVE
C3003 2.2uF
C3002 0.1uF
C3005 1000pF
2.2uFC3004
B1
C2
A13
A12
C1
M1
D4
B3
D3
C5
E4
G4
B4
D5
B2
F4
E2
F5
D2
D1
F3
NC
NC
NC
DNP
R3888 0
10KR3075
VSAVE
EMERG_PB
MAKO_INT
MECH_SW
POR
1
2
3
6
7
8
4
5
Q3003
RAWB+
RAWB+
100K
R3050
C3093
2.2uF
100pF
C3051
CX-101F
Y3001
2GND1
GND2
4
16-54MHz
C3061
20pF
HOT1 1
HOT2
3
20pF
C3060
560nH
L3003
0.22uF
C3805
SWB+
L3022
560nH
0.10uF
C3206
10uF
C3207
0.22uF
C3208
SWB+
220pF
C3212
MAKO_SW1_VDD
220K
R3200
C3203
.01uF
3
6
U3020
LTC1877
2
8
15
7
L3020
10uH
20pF
C3204
68uF
C3202
NC
VFB
VINGND
ITH
PLLLPF
RUN SW
SYNC
62K
R3201
4
680pF
C3205
R3028
51.1K
R3029
41.2K
C3015 100pF
1VOUT
2
FB
GND
6
NP 4
VCONT 3
VIN
5
TK11100CSC
U3008
C3016
2.2uF 2.2uF
C3018
.01uF
C3017
4ADJ
GND1
2
7GND2
3
NC
VIN1 1
VIN2 6
VOUT
5
LP8340
U3002
R3018
51K
R3017
178K
C3090
10uF
OUT
Q3006
R1
R2
GND
IN3.3V_DIG_V10
NC
10uF
C3091
SWB+
R3203
300K
3.6V_DIG_VSW1
C3211
20pF
R3202
220K
15
7
3
6
LTC1877
U3021
4
2
8
10uH
L3021
RUN SW
SYNC
VFB
VINGND
ITH
PLLLPF
C3209
47uF .01uF
C3210
OMAP_CORE_LTC
C3074
1.0uF
C3014
2.2uF
C3028
2.2uF
1.0uF
C3031
1.0uF
C3024
4.7uF
C3079
1.0uF
C3019
2.2uF
C3010
1.0uF
C3067
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.875V_DIG_V2
2.775V_DIG_V4
2.775V_DIG_V4
2.775V_DIG_V4
1.55V_DIG_V3
1.55V_DIG_V3
5V_ANA_VBUS2
2.9V_DIG_V6
5V_ANA_VBUS2
2.9V_DIG_V6
2.775V_ANA_V7
2.775V_ANA_V7
5V_ANA_V8
5V_ANA_V8
5V_ANA_V8
3V_ANA_V9
3.3V_DIG_V10
3.3V_DIG_V10
Controller Power Management Block Schematic Diagram (for 8486716Z08)
Controller Schematics 5-23
8
4
5
Q3003
1
2
3
6
7
RAWB+
RAWB+
100K
R3050
2.2uF
C3093
C3051
100pF
Y3001
CX-101F
16-54MHz
HOT1
3HOT2
GND1
GND2
1
20pF
C3061
C3060
20pF
2
4
MECH_SW
EMERG_PB
MAKO_INT
POR
C3005 1000pF
2.2uFC3003
0.1uFC3002
C3004 2.2uF
DNP
R3888 0
NC
NC
NC
B1
C2
A13
A12
C1
M1
D4
B3
D3
C5
E4
G4
B4
D5
B2
F4
E2
F5
D2
D1
F3
13pF
32.768KHz
21
C3000
Y3000
XTAL
C3001
13pF
VSAVE
SWB+
SWB+
VSAVE
R3075
10K
NC
NC
NC
NC1 A1
NC2 A14
NC3 P1
NC4 P14
M5
NC5
NC6 B14 NC
NC
NC
XTAL32_OUT
VBUS2
VBUS2_CMD
VBUS2_SENS
VBUS_SUPPLY
VSAVE
XIN
XOUT
XTAL32_IN
V08_O
V09_O
V10_GND
V10_I
V10_O
VBUS1
VBUS1_CMD
VBUS1_SENS
TCXO_IN
TCXO_SEL_16_24
V02_O
V03_O
V04_O
V06_O
V07_O
V08_I
SW2_VOUT
SW5_PHASE
SW5_SUMCOMP
SW5_VDD
SW5_VDDHV
SW5_VOUT
SW5_VSENSE
SW_TYPE
SW1_VDDHV
SW1_VOUT
SW1_VSEN_BST
SW1_VSEN_BUK
SW2_GND
SW2_LX
SW2_VCC
SW2_VCCS
PGLDO3
REG_3V6
RESETX
SW1_DH
SW1_GND
SW1_PHASE
SW1_SUMCOMP_DL
SW1_VDD
MECH_SW
PGLDO2
GND5
GND6
GND7
GND8
GND9
HV_BG
IGN_X
INT_X
BAT_TYPE
EMERG_PB
FET_ENX
GATED_32K_CLK
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
U3000-1
PWR_MNGR_BLOCK
BAT_3V6
BAT_7V5
BAT_RTC
K9
L4
D14
H5
D9
P5
M7
J4
G5
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
D12
C13
F11
B13
K4
L1
L9
J10
M6
H10
C14
E12
N4
P4
N5
P3
P6
K3
J13
G11
E13
D13
F13
F12
E14
G12
H12
J11
H11
L14
J14
J12
K14
A2
H13
H14
F14
G14
G13
C3
NC
NC
NC
C3082
0.10uF
R3031
0.10uF
C3083
R3016
0
0.1
DNP
0
R3038
SWB+
MAKO_SW1_VDD
NC
1
OUT
VCC
NL17SZ14
U3004
GND
3
IN
1K
R3074
24
5
GATED_32KHZ_OMAP
0.10uF
C3063
1.875V_DIG_V2
A2
A3
A1
B1
B3
U3003-2
LMC6035ITLX
2MEG
R3072
2MEG
R3073
LMC6035ITLX
U3003-1
C2
C3
C1
B1
B3
220K
R3070
R3071
220K
2.775V_DIG_V4
10pF
C3070
2.775V_DIG_V4
560nH
L3004
R3076
2
C3084
0.22uF
0.22uF
C3805
SWB+ C3207
10uF
560nH
L3022
C3208
0.22uF
C3206
0.10uF
SWB+
5
LTC1877
U3020
10uH
L3020
MAKO_SW1_VDD
0.10uF
C3200
10uF
C3201
PLLLPF
8
RUN
1SW
SYNC
7
VFB
3
VIN6
GND
4
ITH
2
NC
220pF
C3205 R3201
62K
R3200
220K
20pF
C3204
C3202
68uF
C3203
.01uF
3.6V_DIG_VSW1
U3021
LTC1877
10uH
L3021
220pF
C3212
SW
7SYNC
3VFB
6
VIN
4GND
2
8PLLLPF
1RUN 5
ITH
NC
300K
R3203
20pF
C3211
220K
R3202
.01uF
C3210
47uF
C3209
OMAP_CORE_LTC
2.775V_ANA_V7
SWB+
5V_ANA_V8
3V_ANA_V9
3.6V_DIG_VSW1
3.3V_DIG_V10
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.55V_DIG_V3
2.775V_DIG_V4
2.9V_DIG_V6
41.2K
R3029
51.1K
R3028
100pFC3015
FB 2
GND
NP 6
VCONT 4
VIN3
VOUT
1
U3008
TK11100CSC
5
2.2uF
C3018
.01uF
C3017
C3016
2.2uF
R3102
2
R3101
100K
Q3001
2
3
1
4
R3103
0.7
Q3002
R1
R2
GND
IN
OUT USB_CONNECT
NC C3091
10uF
SWB+
VOUT
U3002
LP8340
ADJ
GND1
GND2
NC 3
1
VIN1 6
VIN2
5
4
2
7
R3018
51K
178K
R3017
2
3
C3090
10uF
1
4
Q3005
3.3V_DIG_V10
R3100
47K
Q3006
R1
R2
GND
IN
OUT
3
1
4
Q3000
2
VBUS1
2
3
1
4
Q3010
R3030
0.2
4.7uFC3039
5V_ANA_VBUS2
DNP
C3081 4.7uF
C3024
1.0uF
C3067
1.0uF2.2uF
C3014
C3010
2.2uF
C3074
1.0uF
2.2uF
C3028
1.0uF
C3031C3019
1.0uF 4.7uF
C3079
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.875V_DIG_V2 1.55V_DIG_V3
1.55V_DIG_V3
2.775V_DIG_V4
2.775V_DIG_V4
2.775V_DIG_V4
2.9V_DIG_V6
5V_ANA_VBUS2
5V_ANA_VBUS2 2.9V_DIG_V6
2.775V_ANA_V7
2.775V_ANA_V7
5V_ANA_V8
5V_ANA_V8
5V_ANA_V8
3.3V_DIG_V10
3V_ANA_V9
3.3V_DIG_V10
Controller Power Management Block Schematic Diagram (for 8415113H03)
5-24 Controller Schematics
100pF
C3051
RAWB+
RAWB+
C3093
2.2uF 100K
R3050
Q3003
1
2
3
6
7
8
4
5
10K
R3075
VSAVE
SWB+
SWB+
VSAVE
C3001
13pF 13pF
C3000
1
32.768KHz
XTAL
Y3000
2
2.2uFC3004
C3002 0.1uF
2.2uFC3003
1000pFC3005
DNP
NC
NC
R3888 0
MECH_SW
EMERG_PB
MAKO_INT
POR
16-54MHz
CX-101F
Y3001
GND2
4
13
2GND1
C3060
20pF
C3061
20pF
HOT1HOT2
NC
C2
A13
A12
C1
B1
B3
M1
D4
D3
C5
G4
B4
D5
E4
D2
D1
F3
B2
F4
E2
F5
VSAVE
XIN
XOUT
XTAL32_IN
XTAL32_OUT
V10_O
VBUS1
VBUS1_CMD
VBUS1_SENS
VBUS2
VBUS2_CMD
VBUS2_SENS
VBUS_SUPPLY
V04_O
V06_O
V07_O
V08_I
V08_O
V09_O
V10_GND
V10_I
SW5_VDDHV
SW5_VOUT
SW5_VSENSE
SW_TYPE
TCXO_IN
TCXO_SEL_16_24
V02_O
V03_O
SW2_GND
SW2_LX
SW2_VCC
SW2_VCCS
SW2_VOUT
SW5_PHASE
SW5_SUMCOMP
SW5_VDD
SW1_GND
SW1_PHASE
SW1_SUMCOMP_DL
SW1_VDD
SW1_VDDHV
SW1_VOUT
SW1_VSEN_BST
SW1_VSEN_BUK
NC4
NC5
NC6
PGLDO2
PGLDO3
REG_3V6
RESETX
SW1_DH
GND9
HV_BG
IGN_X
INT_X
MECH_SW
NC1
NC2
NC3
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
GND5
GND6
GND7
GND8
BAT_3V6
BAT_7V5
BAT_RTC
BAT_TYPE
EMERG_PB
FET_ENX
GATED_32K_CLK
PWR_MNGR_BLOCK
U3000-1
D9
P5
M7
J4
G5
K9
L4
D14
H5
NC
NC
NC
NC
M6
H10
C14
E12
D12
C13
F11
B13
N5
P3
P6
K3
K4
L1
L9
J10
F13
F12
E14
N4
P4
L14
J14
J12
K14
J13
G11
E13
D13
H14
F14
G14
G13
G12
H12
J11
H11
A2
H13 NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
C3
0
R3031
NC
NC
NC
P14
M5
B14
A1
A14
P1 NC
NC
NC
DNP
R3038
SWB+
MAKO_SW1_VDD
0
U3004
NL17SZ14
3GND
2IN
1NC
4
OUT
5
VCC
R3074
1K
GATED_32KHZ_OMAP
0.10uF
C3063
1.875V_DIG_V2
A2
A3
A1
B1
B3
LMC6035ITLX
U3003-2
C2
C3
C1
B1
B3
U3003-1
LMC6035ITLX
R3072
2MEG
R3073
2MEG
10pF
C3070
2.775V_DIG_V4
220K
R3071
R3070
220K
2.775V_DIG_V4
C3084
0.22uF
560nH
L3004
C3805
0.22uF
560nH
L3003 SWB+ 0.22uF
C3208
SWB+ L3022
560nH
0.10uF
C3206 C3207
10uF
L3020
10uH
U3020
LTC1877
5
MAKO_SW1_VDD
68uF
C3202 .01uF
C3203
20pF
C3204
62K
R3201
220K
R3200
3VFB
6
VIN
4GND
2ITH
8PLLLPF
1RUN SW
7SYNC
C3201
10uF
NC
0.10uF
C3200
2200pF
C3205
220pF
C3212
22uH
L3021
3
VIN6
GND
ITH
2
PLLLPF
8
RUN
1SW 5
SYNC
7
VFB
LTC1877
U3021
220K
R3202
C3211
20pF
300K
R3203
4
22uF
C3209 C3210
.01uF
OMAP_CORE_LTC
3.6V_DIG_VSW1
C3017
.01uF 2.2uF
C3018
R3028
51.1K
C3015 100pF
R3029
41.2K
6
NP 4
VCONT 3
VIN
1VOUT
TK11100CSC
U3008
2
FB
5GND
C3016
2.2uF
0.7
R3103
R3102
2
2
3
1
4
Q3001
4
Q3000
2
3
1
VBUS1
2.775V_ANA_V7
SWB+
5V_ANA_V8
3V_ANA_V9
3.6V_DIG_VSW1
3.3V_DIG_V10
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.55V_DIG_V3
2.775V_DIG_V4
2.9V_DIG_V6
R3016
0.1
C3083
0.10uF
0.10uF
C3082
C3039 4.7uF
0.2
Q3010
2
3
1
4
R3030
4.7uFC3081
5V_ANA_VBUS2
47K
1
4
Q3005
2
3
R3100
Q3006
R1
R2
GND
IN
OUT 3.3V_DIG_V10
R3017
178K
10uF
C3090
3
NC
VIN1 1
VIN2 6
VOUT
5
LP8340
U3002
4ADJ
GND1
2
7GND2
R3018
51K
C3091
10uF
NC
SWB+
GND
IN
OUT
Q3002
R1
R2
USB_CONNECT
100K
R3101
1.0uF
C3031 C3028
2.2uF
2.2uF
C3010 C3074
1.0uF1.0uF
C3019
1.0uF
C3067
1.0uF
C3024C3014
2.2uF 4.7uF
C3079
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.875V_DIG_V2 1.55V_DIG_V3
1.55V_DIG_V3
2.775V_DIG_V4
2.775V_DIG_V4
2.775V_DIG_V4
2.9V_DIG_V6
5V_ANA_VBUS2
5V_ANA_VBUS2 2.9V_DIG_V6
2.775V_ANA_V7
2.775V_ANA_V7
5V_ANA_V8
5V_ANA_V8
5V_ANA_V8
3V_ANA_V9
3.3V_DIG_V10
3.3V_DIG_V10
Controller Power Management Block Schematic Diagram (for 8415113H05)
Controller Schematics 5-25
B2 VIN
B1
VOUT
U3006
LP3990
1A D
N
G
A2 VEN
R3700
IDCTR
E3701
21
1K
1.0uF
C3102
1.0uF
C3101
R3704
IDCTR
21
10K
E3705
21
E3704
R3701
2
1
IDCTR
C3700
1.0uF
10K
IDCTR
E3702
21
E3700
IDCTR
21
4
BYPASS
EN
3
FB
5
2DNG
1IN
6
OUT
4
EN
3
D
N
G
2
IN
1OUT 5
U3701
U3700
BYPASS
2
1
470pF
C3706
2.2uF
C3707
R3703
24K
R3702
30K
27pF
C3704
1.0uF
C3703
C3702
2
1
.01uF
C3701
2.2uF
.01uF
E3703
IDCTR
21
C3705
1.875V_DIG_V2
1.5V_GPS_RTC
GPS_SHUTDOWN
2.8V_RF_GPS
2.8V_DIG_GPS
GPS_RFPWRUP
GPS_nWAKEUP
3.6V_DIG_VSW1
Controller Line Regulators for GPS Schematic Diagram
5-26 Controller Schematics
DISPLAY_DATA7
DISPLAY_DATA6
DISPLAY_DATA5
DISPLAY_DATA4
DISPLAY_DATA3
DISPLAY_DATA2
DISPLAY_DATA1
DISPLAY_DATA0 1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
R9000
DISPLAY_DATA0_SW
R9002
R9005
DISPLAY_DATA7_SW
R9003
R9006
DISPLAY_DATA5_SW
DISPLAY_DATA6_SW
DISPLAY_DATA4_SW R9004
DISPLAY_DATA2_SW
R9001
DISPLAY_DATA1_SW
R9007
DISPLAY_DATA3_SW
DISPLAY_CMD_SW
BL_EN_SW
RESET_OUT_SW
DISPLAY_CE_SW
BL_EN
DISPLAY_CMD
DISPLAY_CE
RESET_OUT
SWB+
2.775V_DIG_V4
1.875V_DIG_V2
BL_EN
RESET_OUT
C9007
100pF
C9000
100pF 100pF
C9002 C9005
100pF
100pF
C9004
100pF
C9003
100pF
C9001
100pF
C9006
DISPLAY B2B 16 PINS CONNECTOR (2887818K02)
B2B_DISPLAY_DATA6
B2B_DISPLAY_DATA5
B2B_DISPLAY_DATA7
B2B_DISPLAY_DATA1
B2B_DISPLAY_DATA0
B2B_DISPLAY_DATA4
B2B_DISPLAY_DATA3
B2B_DISPLAY_DATA2
DISPLAY_DATA7
RESET_OUT
1.875V_DIG_V2
DISPLAY_CE
DISPLAY_DATA1
DISPLAY_CMD
GND
SWB+
DISPLAY_DATA2
DISPLAY_DATA3
BL_EN
DISPLAY_DATA5
2.775V_DIG_V4
DISPLAY_DATA6
DISPLAY_DATA4
DISPLAY_DATA0
P9000-9
P9000-16
P9000-12
P9000-14
P9000-11
P9000-8
P9000-7
P9000-3
P9000-15
P9000-1
P9000-5
P9000-2
P9000-4
P9000-6
P9000-13
P9000-10
C9012
100pF100pF
C9011 C9013
100pF100pF
C9010
100pF
C9009
100pF
C9014C9008
100pF
3.3V_DIG_V10_SW
3.3V_DIG_V103.3V_DIG_V10
2.9V_DIG_V6_SW
2.775V_DIG_V4_SW
5V_ANA_VBUS2_SW
1.875V_DIG_V2_SW
SWB_P_SW
VBUS1_SW
5V_ANA_VBUS2
1.875V_DIG_V21.875V_DIG_V2
5V_ANA_VBUS2
2.9V_DIG_V62.9V_DIG_V6
2.775V_DIG_V4 2.775V_DIG_V4
VBUS1VBUS1
SWB+SWB+
VR9018
Largest reference designator
C9068
D9000
FL9000
S9002
E9007 J9001
R9018
L9008
P9000
Q9003 M9007
INTERNAL SPEAKER CONTACT
INT_SPKR_P_SW
INT_SPKR_M_SW
INT_SPKR+
INT_SPKR-
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
BLM18BD601SN1
E9007
100pF
C9067
BLM18BD601SN1
E9006
C9068
100pF
INT_SPKR+_TOP
INT_SPKR-_TOP
DNP DNP
VR9016
10.0V
10.0V
VR9015
DNP
DNP
1M9003
M9004
1
M9006
1
M9005
1
10.0V
VR9018
VR9017
10.0V
100pF
C9061 C9062
100pF
INT_SPKR+
INT_SPKR-
Controller LCD and Speaker Interface Schematic Diagram (for 8486716Z04, 8486716Z07 & 8486716Z08)
Controller Schematics 5-27
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
R9000
R9002
R9005
R9003
R9006
R9004
R9001
R9007
DISPLAY_DATA0_SW
DISPLAY_DATA7_SW
DISPLAY_DATA5_SW
DISPLAY_DATA6_SW
DISPLAY_DATA4_SW
DISPLAY_DATA2_SW
DISPLAY_DATA1_SW
DISPLAY_DATA3_SW
DISPLAY_DATA7
DISPLAY_DATA6
DISPLAY_DATA5
DISPLAY_DATA4
DISPLAY_DATA3
DISPLAY_DATA2
DISPLAY_DATA1
DISPLAY_DATA0
DISPLAY_CMD_SW
BL_EN_SW
RESET_OUT_SW
DISPLAY_CE_SW
BL_EN
BL_EN
DISPLAY_CMD
DISPLAY_CE
RESET_OUT
RESET_OUT
SWB+
2.775V_DIG_V4
1.875V_DIG_V2
C9007
330pF
C9000
330pF 330pF
C9002 C9005
330pF
330pF
C9004
330pF
C9003
330pF
C9001
330pF
C9006
B2B_DISPLAY_DATA6
B2B_DISPLAY_DATA5
B2B_DISPLAY_DATA7
B2B_DISPLAY_DATA1
B2B_DISPLAY_DATA0
B2B_DISPLAY_DATA4
B2B_DISPLAY_DATA3
B2B_DISPLAY_DATA2
DISPLAY B2B 16 PINS CONNECTOR (2887818K02)
DISPLAY_DATA4
DISPLAY_DATA0
DISPLAY_CMD
DISPLAY_DATA2
DISPLAY_DATA3
BL_EN
DISPLAY_DATA5
2.775V_DIG_V4
DISPLAY_DATA6
DISPLAY_DATA7
RESET_OUT
1.875V_DIG_V2
DISPLAY_CE
DISPLAY_DATA1
GND
SWB+
P9000-9
P9000-16
P9000-12
P9000-14
P9000-11
P9000-8
P9000-7
P9000-3
P9000-15
P9000-1
P9000-5
P9000-2
P9000-4
P9000-6
P9000-13
P9000-10
C9012
330pF330pF
C9011 C9013
330pF330pF
C9010
330pF
C9009
330pF
C9014C9008
330pF
3.3V_DIG_V103.3V_DIG_V10
2.775V_DIG_V4 2.775V_DIG_V4
5V_ANA_VBUS2
1.875V_DIG_V21.875V_DIG_V2
5V_ANA_VBUS2
2.9V_DIG_V62.9V_DIG_V6
VBUS1 VBUS1
SWB+SWB+
3.3V_DIG_V10_SW
2.9V_DIG_V6_SW
2.775V_DIG_V4_SW
5V_ANA_VBUS2_SW
1.875V_DIG_V2_SW
SWB_P_SW
VBUS1_SW
M9007
E9007 J9001
R9018
L9008
VR9018 P9000
Largest reference designator
Q9003
C9070
D9000
FL9000
S9002
INT_SPKR+
INT_SPKR-
INT_SPKR_M_SW
INT_SPKR_P_SW
INTERNAL SPEAKER CONTACT
DNP
DNP
M9006
M9005
M9003
M9004
1
1
1
1
INT_SPKR+
INT_SPKR-
INT_SPKR-_TOP
INT_SPKR+_TOP
DNP
BLM18BD601SN1
E9006
DNP
BLM18BD601SN1
E9007
DNP
10.0V
VR9015
DNP
VR9016
10.0V
DNP DNP
330pF
C9067 C9068
330pF
330pF
C9061 C9062
330pF
10.0V
VR9018
VR9017
10.0V
Controller LCD and Speaker Interface Schematic Diagram (for 8415113H03 & 8415113H05)
5-28 Controller Schematics
KEYPAD_ROW1_SW
KEYPAD_ROW2_SW
KEYPAD_ROW0_SW
KEYPAD_ROW4_SW
KEYPAD_ROW3_SW
KEYPAD_ROW0
KEYPAD_ROW1
KEYPAD_ROW2
KEYPAD_ROW3
KEYPAD_ROW4
C9040
100pF
C9042
100pF
C9044
100pF100pF
C9043
100pF
C9041
KEYPAD_COL0_SW
KEYPAD_COL3_SW
KEYPAD_COL4_SW
KEYPAD_COL1_SW
KEYPAD_COL2_SW
KEYPAD_COL4
KEYPAD_COL0
KEYPAD_COL1
KEYPAD_COL2
KEYPAD_COL3
100pF
C9045 C9046
100pF
C9048
100pF
C9049
100pF100pF
C9047
4
K3
6
K4
VR9021
5.6V
1
K1
3
K2
2
A1
5
A2
PTT_SW
100pF
C9050
PTT
OPT_GPIO_2_SW
MAKO_RX_SW
OPT_GPIO_1_SW
MAKO_FSYNC_SW
MAKO_TX_SW
MAKO_DCLK
MAKO_TX
MAKO_RX
MAKO_DCLK
MAKO_FSYNC
OPT_GPIO_1
OPT_GPIO_2
RESET_OUT
DNP DNPDNP DNP
C9053
100pF
100pF
C9051 C9058
100pF
100pF
C9055
100pF
C9057 C9060
100pF100pF
C9059
100pF
C9065
SWB+
SWB+
GND
KEYPAD_COL3
MAKO_RX
KEYPAD_COL2
RESET_OUT
KEYPAD_ROW4
KEYPAD_COL4
KEYPAD_ROW0
GND
MAKO_TX
KEYPAD_ROW2
MAKO_FSYNC
OPT_GPIO_2
KEYPAD_COL1
SWB+
KEYPAD_COL0
PTT
MAKO_DCLK
OPT_GPIO_1
KEYPAD_ROW3
KEYPAD_ROW1
GND
J9001-25
J9001-14
J9001-32
J9001-30
J9001-20
J9001-31
J9001-28
J9001-29
J9001-11
J9001-27
J9001-16
J9001-10
J9001-19
J9001-33
J9001-13
J9001-24
J9001-12
J9001-17
J9001-18
J9001-15
J9001-26
J9001-9
A1
5
A2
1
K1
3
K2
4
K3
6
K4
VR9020
5.6V
2
BL_EN
A1
2
A2
5
K1
1
K2
3
K3
4
K4
6
5.6V
VR9022
USB1_DM_SW
USB1_DP_SW
USB1_DP
USB1_DM
VBUS1
OPT-Trans B2B 40 PINS CONNECTOR (0970312L01)
INT_MIC+
INT_MIC-
BL_EN
INT_MIC_P_SW
L9008
270nH
L9007
INT_MIC_M_SW 270nH
100pF
C9066
OPT_INT_MIC_P
OPT_INT_MIC_M
VR9023
10.0V
100pF
100pF
C9063
C9064
1K
R9019
5V_ANA_VBUS2
E9000
BLM21PG221SN1
DLP11SN201HL2
FL9000
3
P2
1
S1
4
S2
2P1
TP_ONE_WIRE_1
1
TP_VBUS1
1
TP_EXT_MIC+
1
TP_USB1_DM
1
1TP_USB1_DP
1
TP_EXT_MIC
1
TP_EXT_SPKR+
TP_EXT_SPKR
1
MAKO_ONE_WIRE_1
OPT_VBUS1
OPT_EXT_MIC+
OPT_EXT_MIC-
OPT_USB1_DP
OPT_USB1_DM
EXT_SPKR+
EXT_SPKR-
OPT_SSI_SYNC_SW
OPTA_SEL1_SW
OPTA_SEL2_SW
OPTA_SEL0_SW
ONE_WIRE_1_SW
ONE_WIRE_1
OPTA_SEL1
OPTA_SEL2
OPT_SSI_SYNC
OPTA_SEL0
MAKO_ONE_WIRE_1 BK1005HM471
E9001
DNP
C9017
100pF 100pF
C9069
100pF
C9018
100pF
C9015 C9016
100pF
270nH
L9000
L9001
270nH
EXT_SPKR-
EXT_SPKR+
EXT_MIC+
EXT_MIC-
EXT_MIC_M_SW
EXT_SPKR_M_SW
EXT_MIC_P_SW
EXT_SPKR_P_SW
C9021
100pF 100pF
C9022
100pF
C9019
100pF
C9020
10.0V
VR9004
VR9003
10.0V
346 5.6V
VR9002
1
K1
K2
K3
K4
2
A1
5
A2
OPTA_SEL1
GND
OPTA_SEL0
VBUS1
GND
ONE_WIRE1
INT_MIC+
OPT_SSI_SYNC
OPTA_SEL2
INT_MIC-
EXT_SPKR-
EXT_SPKR+
EXT_MIC-
USB1_DP
EXT_MIC+
BL_EN
GND
USB1_DM
J9001-23
J9001-36
J9001-3
J9001-5
J9001-34
J9001-35
J9001-38
J9001-22
J9001-4
J9001-37
J9001-40
J9001-1
J9001-8
J9001-21
J9001-39
J9001-7
J9001-2
J9001-6
OPT_VBUS1
2
A1
5
A2
1346
VR9001
5.6V
EXT_SPKR-
EXT_SPKR+
OPT_EXT_MIC+
OPT_EXT_MIC-
R9052
470
C9033
100pF
OPT_USB1_DM
OPT_USB1_DP
4
VR9000
SR05
1
32
K1
K2
K3
K4
OPT_INT_MIC_M
OPT_INT_MIC_P
Controller UC Interface Schematic Diagram (for 8486716Z04 & 8486716Z07)
Controller Schematics 5-29
KEYPAD_ROW0
KEYPAD_ROW1
KEYPAD_ROW2
KEYPAD_ROW3
KEYPAD_COL4
KEYPAD_ROW4
KEYPAD_COL0
KEYPAD_COL1
KEYPAD_COL2
KEYPAD_COL3
KEYPAD_ROW2_SW
KEYPAD_ROW0_SW
KEYPAD_ROW3_SW
KEYPAD_COL2_SW
KEYPAD_COL3_SW
KEYPAD_COL4_SW
KEYPAD_COL1_SW
KEYPAD_COL0_SW
KEYPAD_ROW4_SW
KEYPAD_ROW1_SW
100pF
C9044C9043
100pF
100pF
C9040
100pF
C9042C9041
100pF
OPT-Trans B2B 40 PINS CONNECTOR (0970312L01)
K1
1
K2
3
K3
4
K4
6
2
A2
5
5.6V
VR9020
A1
BL_EN
VR9022
5.6V
1346
2
A1
5
A2
K1
K2
K3
K4
K1
1
K2
3
K3
4
K4
6
5.6V
VR9021
A1
2
A2
5
C9048
100pF
C9047
100pF
100pF
C9046 C9049
100pF
C9045
100pF
PTT_SW
100pF
C9050
PTT
MAKO_TX
MAKO_RX
MAKO_DCLK
MAKO_FSYNC
OPT_GPIO_1
OPT_GPIO_2
RESET_OUT
MAKO_RX_SW
MAKO_FSYNC_SW
MAKO_DCLK
MAKO_TX_SW
OPT_GPIO_1_SW
OPT_GPIO_2_SW
DNPDNP DNPDNP
100pF
C9051 C9055
100pF
C9059
100pF100pF
C9058C9057
100pF
C9053
100pF
C9060
100pF
C9065
100pF
SWB+
SWB+
KEYPAD_ROW0
GND
PTT
MAKO_DCLK
KEYPAD_COL1
KEYPAD_COL3
MAKO_RX
KEYPAD_COL2
KEYPAD_ROW4
KEYPAD_ROW1
GND
RESET_OUT
MAKO_TX
KEYPAD_ROW2
MAKO_FSYNC
OPT_GPIO_2
GND
KEYPAD_COL4
SWB+
KEYPAD_COL0
OPT_GPIO_1
KEYPAD_ROW3
J9001-19
J9001-24
J9001-29
J9001-18
J9001-12
J9001-30
J9001-32
J9001-15
J9001-26
J9001-16
J9001-28
J9001-17
J9001-9
J9001-14
J9001-10
J9001-33
J9001-27
J9001-13
J9001-31
J9001-20
J9001-11
J9001-25
EXT_SPKR_M_SW
EXT_MIC_P_SW
EXT_SPKR_P_SW
EXT_MIC_M_SW
EXT_MIC-
EXT_MIC+
EXT_SPKR-
EXT_SPKR+
DNP
R9020
4.7K
270nH
L9001
L9000
270nH
DNP DNP
C9020
100pF
C9071
100pF
C9072
100pF
C9019
100pF
C9022
100pF100pF
C9021
46 VR9002
5.6V
A1
2
A2
5
13
10.0V
VR9003 VR9004
10.0V
OPT_INT_MIC_M
OPT_INT_MIC_P
EXT_SPKR-
EXT_SPKR+
OPT_EXT_MIC+
OPT_EXT_MIC-
R9052
470
K3
K4
K1
K2
5.6V
VR9001
346
A1
2
A2
5
1
DNP
100pF
C9016
100pF
C9018C9017
100pF
C9015
100pF
C9069
100pF
ONE_WIRE_1
OPTA_SEL0
OPT_SSI_SYNC
OPTA_SEL1
MAKO_ONE_WIRE_1
OPTA_SEL2
ONE_WIRE_1_SW
OPTA_SEL0_SW
OPTA_SEL2_SW
OPTA_SEL1_SW
OPT_SSI_SYNC_SW
E9001
BK1005HM471
1TP_EXT_MIC+
TP_USB1_DM
1
1
1
TP_EXT_MIC
TP_USB1_DP
1
TP_EXT_SPKR+
1TP_ONE_WIRE_1
TP_EXT_SPKR
1
1TP_VBUS1
MAKO_ONE_WIRE_1
OPT_VBUS1
OPT_EXT_MIC+
OPT_EXT_MIC-
OPT_USB1_DP
OPT_USB1_DM
EXT_SPKR+
EXT_SPKR-
USB1_DP_SW
USB1_DM_SW
USB1_DP
USB1_DM
VBUS1 FL9000
DLP11SN201HL2
BLM21PG221SN1
E9000
P2
3
S1 1
S2
4
P1
2
5V_ANA_VBUS2
R9019
10.0V
VR9023
100pF
C9064
C9063
100pF
OPT_INT_MIC_P
OPT_INT_MIC_M
1K
100pF
C9066
INT_MIC+
INT_MIC-
BL_EN
INT_MIC_P_SW
L9007
270nH
L9008
INT_MIC_M_SW
270nH
OPTA_SEL2
INT_MIC-
OPTA_SEL1
GND
OPTA_SEL0
VBUS1
GND
ONE_WIRE1
GND
INT_MIC+
OPT_SSI_SYNC
USB1_DM
EXT_SPKR-
EXT_SPKR+
EXT_MIC-
USB1_DP
EXT_MIC+
BL_EN
J9001-5
J9001-39
J9001-2
J9001-38
J9001-34
J9001-21
J9001-1
J9001-7
J9001-6
J9001-35
J9001-36
J9001-22
J9001-23
J9001-40
J9001-4
J9001-3
J9001-8
J9001-37
OPT_VBUS1
VR9000
1
32
4
SR05
OPT_USB1_DM
OPT_USB1_DP
C9033
100pF
TP_GPIO0 1
K3
K4
K1
K2
Controller UC Interface Schematic Diagram (for 8486716Z08)
5-30 Controller Schematics
KEYPAD_ROW0
KEYPAD_ROW1
KEYPAD_ROW2
KEYPAD_ROW3
KEYPAD_COL4
KEYPAD_ROW4
KEYPAD_COL0
KEYPAD_COL1
KEYPAD_COL2
KEYPAD_COL3
KEYPAD_ROW0_SW
KEYPAD_COL1_SW
KEYPAD_ROW1_SW
KEYPAD_COL4_SW
KEYPAD_COL2_SW
KEYPAD_COL0_SW
KEYPAD_ROW2_SW
KEYPAD_ROW3_SW
KEYPAD_ROW4_SW
KEYPAD_COL3_SW
C9042
330pF
C9040
330pF
C9044
330pF
C9043
330pF
330pF
C9041
330pF
C9046
330pF
C9048
330pF
C9045 C9049
330pF330pF
C9047
3
K2
4
K3
6
K4
2
A1
5
A2
1
K1
VR9021
5.6V
PTT_SW
C9050
330pF
PTT
MAKO_TX_SW
OPT_GPIO_2_SW
MAKO_DCLK
MAKO_RX_SW
OPT_GPIO_1_SW
MAKO_FSYNC_SW
MAKO_TX
MAKO_RX
MAKO_DCLK
MAKO_FSYNC
OPT_GPIO_1
OPT_GPIO_2
RESET_OUT
SWB+
SWB+
330pF
C9065
DNP DNPDNP DNP
C9051
330pF 330pF
C9060