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Panasonic GD90

Panasonic GD90

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Manual dse Serviço do Celular Panasonic GD90.
Manual dse Serviço do Celular Panasonic GD90.

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Order Number: MCUK990801C8
Issue 1Revision 0
GD90 Personal Cellular Telephone
Handheld Portable
Unless stated these specifications are with Battery Pack (EB-BSD90) fitted.Battery life figures are dependent on network conditions.
Frequency rangeTx: 890 - 915 MHzRx: 935 - 960 MHzTx: 1710 - 1785 MHzRx: 1805 - 1880 MHzTx/Rx frequency separation45 MHz95 MHzRF channel bandwidth200 kHzNumber of RF channels124374Speech codingFull rate/Half rate/EnhancedFull rateFull rate/Half rateOperating temperature-10°C to +55°CTypeClass 4 HandheldClass 1 HandheldRF Output Power2 W maximum 1W maximumModulationGMSK (BT = 0.3)Connection8 ch/TDMAVoice digitizing13 kbps RPE-LTP / 13 kps ACLEP / 5.6 kps CELP / VSLEPTransmission speed270.3 kbpsDiversityFrequency hoppingSignal ReceptionDouble superheterodyneIntermediate Frequency282MHz and 45MHzAntenna Terminal Impedance50
Antenna VSWR<2.1 : 1DimensionsHeight: 118 mmWidth: 42 mmDepth: 16.5 mmVolume84.5 ccWeight88 gDisplayGraphical chip on glass liquid crystal, Alphanumeric 16 x 3characters, 5 icons and 6 x 1 charactersIlluminationGreen:4 LEDs for the LCD8 LEDs for the keyboards1 LED Incoming callRed:1 LED Charging indicatorKeypad17 keys, Navigation keySIMPlug-in type onlyExternal DC Supply Voltage3.6VBattery3.6VStandby Battery LifeDRX 995 hrs maximumConversation Battery LifePL 7, DTX 50%200minutes
This service information is designed for experienced repair technicians only and is not designed for use by the general public. It does not contain warnings orcautions to advise non-technical individuals of potential dangers in attempting to service a product.Products powered by electricity should be serviced or repaired only by experienced professional technicians. Any attempt to service or repair the product orproducts dealt with in this service manual by anyone else could result in serious injury or death.
Issue 1ii MCUK990801C8Revision 0Service ManualThis Service Manual is copyright and issued on the strict understanding that it is not to be reproduced, copied, or disclosed toany third party, either in whole or part, without the prior written consent of Matsushita Communication Industrial UK Ltd.Every care has been taken to ensure that the contents of this manual give an accurate representation of the equipment.However, Matsushita Communication Industrial UK Ltd. accepts no responsibility for inaccuracies which may occur andreserves the right to make changes to specification or design without prior notice.The information contained in this manual and all rights in any designs disclosed therein, are and remain the exclusive propertyof Matsushita Communication Industrial UK Ltd.Other patents applying to material contained in this publication:BULL CP8 PATENTSComments or correspondence concerning this manual should be addressed to:Customer Support Department,Matsushita Communication Industrial UK Ltd.,Colthrop,Thatcham,Berkshire. RG19 4ZD.ENGLAND © 1999 Matsushita Communication Industrial UK Ltd.
MCUK990801C8iii Issue 1Service ManualRevision 0
ESD Handling precautions 
A working area where ESDs may be safely handled without undue risk of damage from electrostatic discharge, must beavailable. The area must be equipped as follows:
Working Surfaces
- All working surfaces must have a dissipative bench mat, SAFE for use with live equipment, connected viaa 1M2 resistor (usually built into the lead) to a common ground point.
Wrist Strap
- A quick release skin contact device with a flexible cord, which has a built in safety resistor of between 5k2 and1M2 shall be used. The flexible cord must be attached to a dissipative earth point.
- All containers and storage must be of the conductive type.
This equipment may contain an internal battery in addition to the external battery packs. These batteries are recyclable andshould be disposed of in accordance with local legislation. They must not be incinerated, or disposed of as ordinary rubbish.
The equipment described in this manual contains polarized capacitors utilising liquid electrolyte. These devices are entirelysafe provided that neither a short-circuit nor a reverse polarity connection is made across the capacitor terminals.FAILURE TO OBSERVE THIS WARNING COULD RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT OR, AT WORST,POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONNEL RESULTING FROM ELECTRIC SHOCK OR THE AFFECTED CAPACITOREXPLODING. EXTREME CARE MUST BE EXERCISED AT ALL TIMES WHEN HANDLING THESE DEVICES.
The equipment described in this manual contains electrostatic sensitive devices (ESDs). Damage can occur to thesedevices if the appropriate handling procedure is not adhered to.

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