Phoenix connection setup for JBT as service interface

32-bit PhoNet Bluetooth driver for Windows 9k NT 4.0 BT-BOX needed) Registration Settings Registration Timeout P j 3000 ms Specifies the bit rate at which the coi Device's internal input buffer in bytes Device's internal output buffer in byte Acknowledge wait time out value in n Range of BT-BOX during connect st< To use JBT-9 as service interface, the BTFB driver must be chosen when making the connection configuration. When choosing a BTFB driver connection, the JBT-9 is starting an inquiry....

Vibra specification

A vibra alerting device is used to generate a vibration signal for an incoming call. The vibra is placed in the top of the phone. It is fastened to the A-cover by means of a rubber gasket and a lid which are pressed into the A-cover see . The vibra is electrically connected to the PWB by spring contacts. The vibra is controlled from the UEM by a PWM (Pulse Width Modulated) square wave signal. The driver circuit is an integral part of the UEM. The two 33 nH inductors are added for decoupling the...

Flash programming

The actual programming is indicated to the UPP by using the MBUS_RX signal between the UPP and the UEM. The MBUS signal from the UEM to the flash prommer (FPS8 box) is used as clock for the synchronous communication. The flash prommer keeps the MBUS line low during UPP boot, to indicate that the flash prommer is connected. If the UPP MBUS_RX signal is low on UPP, the MCU enters flash programming mode. If the signal is high, the MCU starts loading software from the flash. In order to avoid...

Buzzer

Alerting tones and or melodies are generated by a buzzer, which is controlled by a PWM signal from the UEM. The SPL requirement is to be as good or better than the NPE-3 in comparison test. The buzzer is delivered from the supplier with an end of line requirement of 102dB (A) at 5cm and 2.5 kHz. The actual level is found from a comparison with NPE-3 on specific ringing tones. The buzzer is designed to have the first resonant peak at 2500 Hz. The ringer melodies will be optimised in DSP so the...

Earpiece Acoustic Design

The earpiece is sealed to the front cover (IMD window) with a rubber gasket. The gasket is fixed inside the A-cover by the vibra motor assembly. The Earpiece and gasket is designed to seal perfectly against the front cover. There is no well defined leakage as known from the NPE-3 project. This is done to have a better performance in the frequency area from 2 - 3.4 kHz and to prevent the possibility of an acoustic feedback loop inside the phone mechanics. There is no sealing between the earpiece...

Setup for BER testing

Connect SMA stub antenna or service jigs' BT RF cable to JBT-9's RF IO connec-tor.Connect ACP-8x charger to JBT-9 power connector. Make sure that distance between phone and JBT-9 does not exceed 5 cm distance when using default attenuation setting. BER test result is OK when BER is less than 0.1 Note that the phone connection to the PC is specific to the tested phone. For details refer to the related chapter in the service manual.

Service Tools

5 - Service Tools PAMS Technical Documentation Supported operating List of service Flash Flash concept - POS (Point of Jig JBT-9 Bluetooth test & interface box (sales 15 Phoenix connection setup for JBT-9 as service interface 18 20 PAMS Technical Documentation 5 - Service Tools Packing material & marketing 22 24 List of Technical DC D- connector Mechanical Instructions of MBUSIBI connector 26 3 Main dimensions of 3 Mechanical

Audio Accessories

NPE-4 is supporting the following DCT3 and bluetooth audio accessories Headset is the simplest audio accessory to use. It merely only consists of an earpiece, a microphone, and a swhich which in technical terms is often referred to as a HOOK-swhich or Headset button. The HOOK-swhich can be used either to answer in-coming calls, to end a call or to initiate voice dialling calls. The Hook interrupt is detected by software polling on the UEM hookInt input pin HDC-9P is a purely passive audio...

Layout

PAMS Technical Documentation 11 - SCHEMATICS Table of Contents Schematics Table of ac4a-14 2 RF - RF 0.37 CPH Connections between RF amp BB 12-3 ac4a-14 5 SYS ac4a DCT4 Common 12-6 ac4a-14 6 SYS AUDIO Audio 12-7 ac4a-14 7 SYS EMU Test and Emulator 12-8 ac4a-14 8 SYS EMU JTAG Testpoints for JTAG 12-9 ac4a-14 9 SYS EMU OSTRICH Testpoints based Ostrich 12-10 ac4a-14 10 SYS IR IR module based 12-11 ac4a-14 12 SYS LPRF Power RF 12-13 ac4a-14 13 SYS MEMORY AMD64 Burst Read 12-14 ac4a-14 14 SYS MEMORY...

EGSM Transmitter

General instructions for EGSM TX troubleshooting Apply a RF-cable to the RF-connector to allow the transmitted signal to act as normal. RF-cable should be connected to measurement equipment GSM Test equipment, Powermeter, Spectrum Analyzer, or similar or to at least a 10-dB attenuator, otherwise the PA may be damaged. Connect the the phone to a PC with DAU-9P cable and dongle and follow the following instructions Wait until phone information shows in the lower right corner of the screen. Wait...

PCN Transmitter

General instructions for PCN TX troubleshooting Apply a RF-cable to the RF-connector to allow the transmitted signal to act as normal. RF-cable should be connected to measurement equipment GSM Test equipment, Powermeter, Spectrum Analyzer, or similar or to at least a 10-dB attenuator, otherwise the PA may be damaged. Connect the the phone to a PC with DAU-9P cable and dongle and follow the following instructions Wait until phone information shows in the lower right corner of the screen. Wait...

Charging

The charging of the main battery is controlled by the UEM. External components are needed in order to sense charging current and voltage that are needed by the Energy Management EM software and to protect against EMC into the baseband area. The charger is connected to the phone via the DCT3 bottom connector and routed from here to the UEM via the PWB. Connecting a charger to the telephone creates a voltage, VCH, on the UEM VCHAR input. When the VCH level is detected to rise above the VCHDET...

Troubleshooting

6 - Troubleshooting PAMS Technical Documentation Baseband Phone is Flash programming doesn't Power doesn't stay on, or phone Display information Contact The phone doesn't register to the network or phone doesn't make a call 11 SIM Display Keypad Audio Charger Blue Tooth module RF RF Key component RF Measurement PA Hagar RF Abbreviations in fault finding RF in EGSM General instructions for EGSM RX Fault finding chart for EGSM EGSM signal RX TX PCN General instructions for PCN RX Fault finding...

Internal Audio Devices

NPE-4's internal audio design is described in the following sections. Earpiece Receiver solution is selected to be a Kirk Acoustic earpiece. Earpiece design is leak tolerant with a front protection cover directly on the earpiece component. The Earpiece will be placed in a moulded rubber gasket which seals the front cavity to the IMD Window. In front of the earpiece and leakholes a shielding material will be placed to prevent dust particles to migrate onto the earpiece diaphragm. This material...

JTAG interface

The JTAG interface is used to monitor and or debug DSP activity. The connections from the UPP are routed to PWB pads, which are free for access. Logic 1 Logic 0 Logic 1 Logic 0 Logic 1 Logic 0 Logic 1 Logic 0 Logic 1 Logic0 Logic 1 Logic 0 Logic 1 Logic 0 Logic 1 Logic 0

Ostrich

The STI-block, placed in the UPP brain block, has a trace interface that can be used for tracing messages written by the DSP or the MCU. Writings or reading to a specific I O register or an address match on the MCU address bus can be traced on the interface. The interface consists of three lines plus a GND line. One of the great advantages, compared to JTAG, is that the SW in the phone can run normally while trace messages is lead out to the Ostrich box. Data can be captured at 40MHz on the...

BT Flash programming

The Bluetooth MCM SW needs to be programmed when the module is assembled into the phone. This is implemented by interleaving so that code data is being transferred to the BT102 while the main flash is performing the internal programming of the phone SW. The figure below illustrates the set-up used for BT102 flash programming. The below table describes the signals covering the interface between the BT module and the engine. The signal names are referring to the NPE-4 schematic diagram. Table 12...

Hagar

VBB HA0AR.5 G1-BB1_I VRF_RX 137Q781 C2_BB1_I 0UTP_G_TX 0UTM_G_TX 0UTP_P_TX 0UTM_P_TX CP_0T0S_I CH_0T0S_I CP_0T0S_0 CM_0T0S_0 C812 L J-C813 1R812 L812 12p T Tl00n ' 10k Mn7H VtxB GSM NC GSM NC GSM GND GSM Vcc3 GSM Vcc2 DCS NC DCS VtxB DCS NC DCS NC DCS NC DCS Vcc3 -C VTXLCL900 lt VTXL0J800 -C VTXB_900 -C VTXBJ8QG SYS-CONN Conponents HEADSET Conponents SYS-CONN Conponents HEADSET Conponents XMIC 2 0 XAUDI0 17 0 XEAR lt 3 0 AUDIOCG 0 IHFC1 0 AUDUEMCTRLC5 0 AUDIO Conponents 150 ANCO Conponents...

Technical specification

Nokia 6310 Inside

Up to 18 days without Bluetooth and GPRS being activated Variation will occur depending on SIM card, network and usage settings, style and environments. Bluetooth module will consume power when turned on, reducing the phone's operating times. Bluetooth is a global standard for wireless connectivity. Bluetooth technology is based on a low-cost, short-range radio link that operates in the globally available ISM Industrial Scientific Medical frequency band at 2.4 GHz. As a widely adopted open...

Gain Table

The possible gain for each input and output is shown in The gain settings are controlled in the 16 bit AudioCtrlR register. Note MIC3 only used for test purposes in NPE-4 Table 4 Total UEM gain for each input and output in different audio paths modes . contains the total gain for each input and output in different audio modes. The gain settings are controlled in the 16 bit AudioCtrlR register. Table 3 Possible UEM gains for each input and output Table 3 Possible UEM gains for each input and...

Digital Signals

The values indicated in the table below are input requirements of the device in the to column. In case the output device in the from column causes any restrictions it is noted. Values are referenced to GND unless otherwise specified. Notes 1 If UPP output is loaded at full load 2mA HAGAR input requirement can not be meet with UPP Voh_min 1,36V Vio_min. If reading out from HAGAR, output levels Voh_max 1,86V may exceed UPP max input levels of Vio range. 2. If UPP output is loaded at full load 2mA...

Nokia 6310i Mather Board

Nokia 6310i Replacement Power

Measurements should be done using Spectrum Analyzer with high-frequency high-impedance passive probe LO- reference frequencies and RF-power levels and Oscilloscope with a 10 1 probe DC-voltages and low frequency signals . The RF-section is build around one ASICS Hagar N600 . For easier troubleshooting, this RF troubleshooting document is divided into sections. Before changing Hagar, please check the following things Supply voltages are OK and serial communication are coming to Hagar See...

External Audio Interface Electrical Interface

Nokia 6310 Connector

The external audio connections are presented in Figure 15. External Microphone Interface and The hookInt is pulled up by 47 kOhm and the detection is being polled by software on GENIO2 via the Inverter circuit. A 100k Ohm resistor is added to the Hookint line to avoid DC-clicks in the Uplink path A headset or a handsfree unit can be connected directly to the system connector. The headset microphone bias is supplied from UEM MICB2 output and fed to the microphone through XMICP line. Note MIC3...

Baseband Troubleshooting

Nokia 6310 Power Key

This means that the phone does not use any current at all when supply is connected and or powerkey is pressed. It is assumed that the voltage supplied is 3.6 VDC. The UEM will prevent any functionality what so ever at battery supply levels below 2.9 VDC. L260 towards SIM connector, VBAT 3.6 VDC L261 towards C261, L262 towards C262, L265 towards C265 voltage 3.6 VDC Pin 2 and 4 on S300 0 VDC when powerkey pressed 13 MHz clock min 300 mVACpp on C424 towards D200 with regular probe Cin 10-13 pF...

Table NPE current consumption from Vflash during Sleep mode

1 Maximum current measured on 10 samples. The current consumed by the LCD has been measured by vendor using worst case normal mode displayed image as shown in Figure 3. Under normal conditions, the battery powers the baseband module. The battery voltage VBAT is regulated by individual regulators located within the UEM. These regulators supply the different parts of the phone. 8 regulators are dedicated to the RF module of the phone, and 6 to the baseband module. The VSIM regulator is able to...

List of service tools

Phoenix Nokia 6310 Cable

The table below gives a short overview of service tools that can be used for testing, error analysis and repair of product NPE-4, refer to various set-ups. POS flash dongle for E A area POS flash dongle for APAC area Printer cable inc. in FSP-8 sales pack D9 cable inc. in FPS-8 amp FPS8C sales pack AC charger inc. in FPS-8 sales pack FLA-22, Point of sales flash adapter Printer cable, incl. in FPS-8 sales pack AXS-4, D9 cable, incl. in FPS-8 sales pack AC Charger, incl. in FPS-8 sales pack...

UPP Universal Phone Processor

Universal Phone Processor

The UPP used for NPE-4 is a version with 8 Mbit internally RAM. It is clocked by a 13MHz frequency from the RF-chip HAGAR. It can operate on 4 different voltages 1.05,1.3,1.5 and 1.8V. The voltage can be programmed on the fly by the SW. For example in standby-mode, 1.3V is used for power saving, but in active-mode i.e. call the voltages is increased to 1.8V to get maximum numbers of MIPS. The UPP can be divided into two functional sections, Body and Brain. Body contains system logic, and Brain...