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Transceiver characteristics:

• Dual Band: EGSM and WCDMA


-GSM: Tri-band phone for EGSM 900/1800/1900MHz
-WCDMA: 2100MHz
• Camera:
-1. Camera: 2 Mega pixel (1600x1200pixels), 20x
digital zoom
-2. Camera: VGA (640x480pixels), 2x digital zoom
• Flash LED
• Display: TFT active matrix color display with 262.144 colors,
resolution 176 x 208 pixel
• Bluetooth
• FM radio: Stereo
• Vibra Alert: Standard Vibra motor
• Connector: Pop Port Connector
• MMC Reader

Transceiver with BL-5c 970mAh Li-Ion battery pack

Talk time Standby Note

EGSM WCDMA EGSM WCDMA Depends on


network
215 min 210 min 210 h 250 h parameters

Environmental characteristics:

• Lead-free soldered

SERVICE MANUAL

Service Level 1&2

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TABLE OF CONTENT
Page
1. INTRODUCTION...................................................................................................................................................................................3

2. GENERAL REPAIR INFORMATION.....................................................................................................................................................4

3. PATHFINDER FOR WORKSHOP STAFF .............................................................................................................................................5

4. EXPLODED VIEW AND COMPONENT DISPOSAL .............................................................................................................................6

5. SPARE PARTS OVERVIEW ..................................................................................................................................................................7

6. SPARE PARTS LIST..............................................................................................................................................................................8

7. SERVICE TOOLS....................................................................................................................................................................................9

8. SW-UPDATE ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 11

9. DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS ....................................................................................................................................................... 12

10. LEGEND FOR QUICK TROUBLE SHOOTER................................................................................................................................. 17

11. QUICK TROUBLE SHOOTER PART 1.......................................................................................................................................... 18

12. QUICK TROUBLE SHOOTER PART 2.......................................................................................................................................... 19

13. QUICK TROUBLE SHOOTER PART 3.......................................................................................................................................... 20

14. QUICK TROUBLE SHOOTER PART 4.......................................................................................................................................... 21

15. CAMERA GONOGO TEST ............................................................................................................................................................. 22

16. BLUETOOTH ................................................................................................................................................................................. 23

17. GONOGO TEST ............................................................................................................................................................................. 24

18. BATTERY TEST ............................................................................................................................................................................. 24

19. FORWARDING OF REPAIRS ....................................................................................................................................................... 25

20. ESD PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS........................................................................................................................................... 26

CHANGE HISTORY

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1. INTRODUCTION

The purpose of this document is to help NOKIA service levels 1 and 2 workshop technicians to carry out service to
NOKIA products. This Service Manual is to be used only by authorized NOKIA service suppliers, and the content of it
is confidential. Please note that NOKIA provides also other guidance documents (e.g. Service Bulletins) for service
suppliers, follow these regularly and comply with the given instructions.

While every endeavor has been made to ensure the accuracy of this document, some errors may exist.
If you find any errors or if you have further suggestions, please notify NOKIA using the address below:
mailto:cc-ts-rc.documentation@nokia.com

Please keep in mind also that this documentation is continuously being updated and modified, so watch always
out for the newest version.

Warnings and Cautions


Please refer to the phone’s user guide for instructions relating to operation, care and maintenance including
important safety information. Note also the following:

Warnings:
1. CARE MUST BE TAKEN ON INSTALLATION IN VEHICLES FITTED WITH ELECTRONIC ENGINE
MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS AND ANTI–SKID BRAKING SYSTEMS. UNDER CERTAIN FAULT CONDITIONS, EMITTED RF
ENERGY CAN AFFECT THEIR OPERATION. IF NECESSARY, CONSULT THE VEHICLE DEALER/MANUFACTURER TO
DETERMINE THE IMMUNITY OF VEHICLE ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS TO RF ENERGY.
2. THE HANDPORTABLE TELEPHONE MUST NOT BE OPERATED IN AREAS LIKELY TO CONTAIN
POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES EG PETROL STATIONS (SERVICE STATIONS), BLASTING AREAS ETC.
3. OPERATION OF ANY RADIO TRANSMITTING EQUIPMENT, INCLUDING CELLULAR TELEPHONES, MAY INTERFERE
WITH THE FUNCTIONALITY OF INADEQUATELY PROTECTED MEDICAL DEVICES. CONSULT A PHYSICIAN OR THE
MANUFACTURER OF THE MEDICAL DEVICE IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS. OTHER ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT MAY
ALSO BE SUBJECT TO INTERFERENCE.

Cautions:
1. Servicing and alignment must be undertaken by qualified personnel only.
2. Ensure all work is carried out at an anti–static workstation and that an anti–static wrist strap is worn.
3. Use only approved components as specified in the parts list.
4. Ensure all components, modules screws and insulators are correctly re–fitted after servicing and alignment.
5. Ensure all cables and wires are repositioned correctly.

Electrostatic discharge can easily damage the sensitive components of electronic products.
Therefore every Service Supplier has to take care of all precautions, which are mentioned in
the service level related “Service Partner Requirements”, available on NOKIA Online. Also see
ESD Protection Requirements in this Service Manual.

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2. GENERAL REPAIR INFORMATION

In this section the technician will get some general hints how to carry out repairs:

o To familiarize oneself with NOKIA product read the tutorials or user guide on www.nokia.com -->Support-->
Phones, by selecting the Phone Model.
o Before starting the repair you must take care of ESD precautions like being in your ESD Protected Area and
connecting your wristband.
o Use gloves to avoid corrosion and fingerprints.
o Protect windows and displays with a film to avoid dust and scratches.
o When cleaning the LCD Module any lint-free cloth can be used (e.g. Micro-Fibre cloth).
o When cleaning the pads you have to use a soft cloth/ESD brush and Isopropanol. It is not allowed to use a
glass fiber pencil because it scratches the surface and will lead later on to corrosion.
o Mechanical parts (except shielding lids and bent parts), which didn’t repair the failure, can be reused, if they
are not soldered.
o When removing the shielding lids make sure to replace them with new ones, otherwise the high-frequency
leakage can have an influence on the device.
o Always use original NOKIA spare parts.
o Check the soldering joints of the parts, which are concerned regarding the indicated error (e.g. soldered
connectors or switches) and resolder them if necessary (Level 2 only).
o Remove redundant soldering flux after repair.
o Meet the torque requirements when assembling the unit (see also the document “torques for transceiver
assembly” on NOKIA Partner Web Site/NOKIA Online).
o Always use your own equipment for testing where you are sure that it works. E.g. if the customer complains
about charger function, please test the phone with your own charger to be sure if phone or charger causes the
malfunction.
o A SIM card is needed for all GoNoGo tests.
o When doing the fault log entries, always note the Item code, which caused the malfunction. Also, fill in the
appropriate part code from the assembly, if needed.
o Please be aware that some malfunctions could be software related and solved by an update.

o There are several documents available on NOL, which have to be followed:

o First, take care for the latest content pages of Service Bulletins, which are always available for each folder on
NOKIA Online. This is also important to recognize, if existing documents have become invalid.

o The service level indicator at the bottom of each document tells the appropriate destination.

Downloads > Support Library >

1. Instructions
2. General Service Bulletins
3. Product related documents
4. Spare Part Service Bulletins
5. Service Tools Service Bulletins
6. Common Software Service Bulletins
etc,…

Use General SB-217 as a reference or overview.

Please also check NOKIA Online (NOL) for latest news and files on a regular basis.

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3. PATHFINDER FOR WORKSHOP STAFF
In addition to the information in this Service Manual, there are several instructions and information, which have to
be followed. Main documentation database is NOKIA Online with the purpose of serving different multimedia
content, like video clips or interactive tutorials.

It is mandatory to watch for newest technical and organizational information on a daily basis to be updated as
required (see “Latest files in Support Library”). Every new information has to be processed and implemented as
soon as possible.
When logged into NOL you can also find needed information in different folder like:

Support Library
Phones
Service Manuals
Service Bulletins
Software
Repair Information

Level 1&2 e-learning (former NOKIA CarePoint) on NOKIA Online

Former NOKIA CarePoint • Online Troubleshooting


can be found on
content, such as • Product information
NOKIA Online
• Videos – Disassembly/Assembly
NOKIA Online

Care Services

Training

Phone Models

Level 1&2 e-learning courses offer a quick overview of the NOKIA phone and support for how to repair and use the
phone:
Overview & Guides Disassembly & Assembly Troubleshooting
Basic information about the Instructions how to disassemble Step-by-step instructions on how to
phone, features and technologies and assemble the phone locate and repair the most common
problems with the phone

To reduce the server traffic it is recommended to download newest version of huge files like videos, Phoenix
packages or Service Manuals only once and distribute it internally for further use.
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4. EXPLODED VIEW AND COMPONENT DISPOSAL
Recommendation for the ecologically friendly disposal of components. Colorized components show the different
categories. See corresponding ITEM/CIRCUIT REF in the Spare Parts Service Bulletins on NOL.

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5. SPARE PARTS OVERVIEW

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6. SPARE PARTS LIST

Please exchange this page (placeholder) with latest corresponding Service


Bulletins (spare parts, SWAP units and service tools) from NOL!

This will ensure, that you are using up-to-date order codes only.

Therefore Service Bulletins have to be checked from NOL on daily basis.

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7. SERVICE TOOLS

FLS-4S incl. ACF-8, Driver and User Guide


Dongle and flash device incorporated into one package,
developed specifically for POS use.

ACF-8
Universal Power Supply is used to power FLS-4S.

Internal Battery BL-5C


Inserted under the back cover, this Li-Ion 850 mAh battery
provides power in a lightweight package.

DKU-2
USB flash cable

Travel Charger ACP-12


Small and lightweight charger for fast charging of your phone
battery.

Headset HDS-3
Small and lightweight stereo headset for handsfree functionality
and listening to FM radio.

SS-15
Camera removal tool for Camera Module 2MP. One side is for
disassembly, the other side for assembly.

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SS-51
Camera Removal Tool for CMOS Camera

SS-34
Flex Opening Tool

RJ-94
Soldering Jig

Lead-free Solder Wire


Mandatory for lead-free products (Level 2 only).

0772040 NMP Standard Toolkit

NOKIA opening tool SRT-6 NOKIA No. 0770431


Tonichi torque driver NOKIA No. 6901525
Hoya micro fibre cloth MX304
Dastex gloves S, M, XL
Artilux goggles AH166
Wera bit T5 867/4TX 5x50
Wera 867/4 6IP; 50mm (Torx 6 PLUS®)
Wera bit T6 867/4TX 6x50
Wera 867/1 5IP; 25mm (Torx 5 PLUS®)
Wera bit T6 PLUS® 867/4TX 6IP
Facom side cutter 416E
Facom T5 driver SP.14032
Facom T6 driver SP.14033
Facom slot screwdriver AEF. 2x35.E
Wetec tweezers 7abb SA-ESD
Wetec tweezers 22 SA-ESD
Wetec tweezers 13 SA-SMD ESD
Wetec tweezers PSF SA-ESD
Wetec ESD brush E1211
Kaiser Fototechnik airbrush 6315
Wetec dental tool DEM83266/0
RS Components Scissors 323-5732

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8. SW-UPDATE
Flash Concept – (Point of Sales)

To use FLS-4S Flash Dongle you have to follow the user guide inside the sales package. Please check always for the
latest version of flash software, which is available on
NOKIA Online.

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9. DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

1.) You need the following tools. 2.) Always protect the window with a plastic film.

3.) Remove the Battery Cover. 4.) Place the SRT-6 between the A-Cover and Chassis
Assy. Release the 4 plastic clips beginning from the
bottom side as shown.

5.) Remove the Keymat 6.) Protect the LCD with a plastic film.

7.) Also protect the inner side window with a film 8.) Remove the MMC Door from A-Cover.

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9.) Insert the SRT-6 between the Antenna Cover and 10.) Remove the Power Button with tweezers.
Chassis Assy. Additional force may be required while
opening the Antenna Cover clips.

11.) Protect the Camera Rear Bezel Assy with a plastic 12.) Remove the Camera gasket.
film before turning the unit.

13.) Unlock and remove the VGA Camera with the SS-51 14.) Mind the correct position when fitting the Camera
camera removal tool. into its compartment.

15.) Unscrew the 6 Torx size 6 plus screws in the 16.) Lift the UI-frame Assy from Chassis Assy. Mind the
shown order. For Assembly use the reverse order and still connected flex foil of the LCD.
the torque of 25 Ncm.

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17.) Open the flex connector with the SS-34 flex 18.) Unlatch each clip of the LCD from the UI Frame
connector-opening tool. Mind the surrounding Assy carefully by pulling the UI Frame Assy sideward
components while placing the tool. Now the UI-Frame while pushing the LCD forward.
Assy can be removed.

19.) Remove the Earpiece with the dental tool 20.) Also remove the Earpiece Gasket from its
compartment. Always use a new gasket when
reassembling.

21.) Unlatch the BB shield Assembly first. 22.) Then push down and remove the BB Shield
Assembly. The shield can’t be reused again, always use
a new one.

23.) Pull the UI Frame Assy slightly to unlock the UI 24.) Now the UI PWB can be removed easily.
PWB.

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25.) Remove the Engine Module. Place it into the RJ-94 26.) Remove the Vibra Motor with tweezers.
jig immediately.

27.) Pull out the Microphone with tweezers. 28.) Use the DC plug to remove the DC Jack.

29.) Lever out the IHF speaker. Mind the guide pin 30.) Unlock the 5 plastic clips of the Antenna Assy in
when reassembling. the area shown.

31.) Carefully separate the Antenna Assy. 32.) Lever out the Camera Rear Bezel Assy.

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33.) Remove the residues of the Camera Rear Bezel 34.) Remove the Camera Module 2MP with the SS-15
Assy Adhesive completely with the SRT-6. camera removal tool. Always use the RJ-94 rework jig
For assembly always use a new adhesive. as support to prevent mechanical stress to the PWB.

For assembly only! For assembly only!

35.) Use the Assembly side of the SS-15 for fitting the 36.) Mind the correct position of the camera while
Camera Module 2MP into its compartment. assembling.

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10. LEGEND FOR QUICK TROUBLE SHOOTER

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11. QUICK TROUBLE SHOOTER PART 1

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14. QUICK TROUBLE SHOOTER PART 4

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15. CAMERA GONOGO TEST

Before starting the GoNoGo


test, check that camera
window is clean. If not, clean
the window with cloth.

Camera Module 2MP CMOS Camera

Camera 2MP GoNoGo test:


• Press the red receiver button to reach the Home Menu
• Open the Slide Cover

• Press to take a photo


This Image will be saved to Gallery into the Photos folder automatically.
Test was successful, if the Image appears on your Display. The camera is ok.
• Select Options
• Select Delete
• Select Yes
• Close the Slide Cover

CMOS Camera GoNoGo test:


• Slide Cover must be closed

• Press to reach the Menu


• Select Imaging
• Select Camera (If the display shows only back select option and select use secondary camera)

• Press to take a photo


This Image will be saved to Gallery into the Photos folder automatically.
Test was successful, if the Image appears on your Display. The camera is ok.
• Select Options
• Select Delete
• Select Yes
• Press the red receiver button to reach the Home Menu
If the test is failed see Quick Trouble Shooter.

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16. BLUETOOTH

Bluetooth test
You need another Bluetooth device (e.g. 6230) to do a GoNoGo test.
Make sure that Bluetooth is activated in the reference unit. The distance of the devices should be not more than
5m from each other.

Reference unit, Bluetooth /infrared activated Test unit

Settings on the test unit:

• Press the red End key to reach the Home Menu

• Press to select Contacts


If phone and SIM memory is empty, create one new entry.
• Select Options
• Select Send
• Select Via Bluetooth
If needed (for e.g. after a sw-update), enter a name for this device
Search window appears, if all Bluetooth devices in range will be displayed, the test is successful!
• Press red End key to reach the Home Menu
Note: If the Bluetooth is activated, switch it off!

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17. GONOGO TEST
After the optical check, a GoNoGo test has to be carried out if the unit has been unscrewed to guarantee the
functionality of the phone.

Please refer to the actual information on NOKIA Online. When using delivered tester support files, take care of the
right setup according to the tester type and product type.
Please refer to “Recommended Service Equipment” on NOKIA Online.

Mobile Phone Tester

18. BATTERY TEST

A battery tester lets you test the capacity of NOKIA batteries.

Please refer to the actual information on NOKIA Online.

http://www.astratec.co.uk/ http://www.cadex.com/

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19. FORWARDING OF REPAIRS

When it is necessary to forward of repairs to appropriate service supplier with higher service level we recommend
using the offered swap phone cartons as described in Spare Parts SB-004.

Always Protect the window with a protection film. Put the unit under the stretch film.

Add repair documentation e.g. filled-in service note into Fold the swap carton as shown in Spare Parts SB-004.
the swap carton.

There are two different sizes of swap cartons for common mobile phones.

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20. ESD PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS
Please refer to the NOKIA Online document Service Supplier Requirements in folder General instructions.

USE Conductive bags and boxes NO Smoking


USE ESD compatible service tools NO Drinking
USE Conductive wastebaskets NO Eating
USE ESD gloves when handling PWBs/PCBs NO Dust
USE Cleaning material without changing el. Characteristics NO Useless Items
USE Grounded service equipment, i.e. soldering station NO Normal pressured air for cleaning
USE ESD clothes such as coat or frock modules/displays

The video covers general issues concerning Electro-Static Discharge (ESD)

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Service Schematics

Introduction
NOKIA
n-70 Exploded view and component disposal

RM-84
IMPORTANT:

This document is intended for use by authorized NOKIA service centers only.

“Service Schematics” was created with focus on customer care.


The purpose of this document is to provide further technical repair information for
NOKIA mobile phones on Level 3/4 service activities.
It contains additional information such as e.g. “Component finder”,
“Frequency band table” or “Antenna switch table”.
The “Signal overview” page gives a good and fast overview about the most
important signals and voltages on board.
Saving process time and improving the repair quality is the aim of this document.
It is to be used additionally to the service manual and other training
or service information such as Service Bulletins.

All measurements were made using following equipment:

Nokia repair SW : Phoenix version 2005.12.5.90


Oscilloscope : Fluke PM 3380A/B
Spectrum Analyzer : Advantest R3162 with an analog probe
RF-Generator / GSM Tester : Rhode & Schwarz CMU 200
Multimeter : Fluke 73 Series II
Table of Contents Page
Frontpage 1
While every endeavour has been made to ensure the accuracy of this document, some
Baseband - RF connections 2
errors may exist. If the reader finds any errors, NOKIA should be notified in writing. System connector 3
RETU, SIM, Audio 4
Please send E-Mail to: training.sace@nokia.com TAHVO 5
RAP3G, SDRAM, Flash 6
OMAP, Combo memory, Cameras 7
BTFM 8
B to B connections 9
RF part 10
Signal overview 11
Component finder 12

Copyright © NOKIA
This material, including documentation and any related computer programs is protected
by copyright, controlled by NOKIA. All rights are reserved. Copying, including reproducing,
modifying, storing, adapting or translating any or all of this material requires the prior
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4 RXIP
5 RXIN
6 RXQP
7 RXQN
9
0 VBAT VBATRF

1 VRCP1 VCP1
2 VRCP2 VCP2
3 VR1 VXO RF
Baseband 4 VREF VREFRF01
VBATRF
3 RXresetX
SYS
VCP2 DAC_REF1
0 TXresetX
VXO RXIP

TXRESETX RXIN
RFPWR(5:0)
6 RFBusClk
RFBUSCLK RXQP
RFCTRL(8:0)
7 RFBusDa
RFBUSDAT RXQN
RFCONV(11:0)
8 RFBusEn1X
RFBUSENA VREFP
SLOWAD(6:0) TXQP
2
TXQP VREFCM
TXCCONV(2:0)
3 TXQN
TXQN DAC_REF2
RFCLK(1:0)
0 TXIP
TXIP RFCLKEXT
LPRFCLK
1 TXIN
TXIN

TXC RFCLKN

VREFRF01 RFCLKP

VCP1 VREFM

0 AFCOUT
AFC WTXDET
1 AUXDAC1
RXRESETX RFTEMP

1 RFTEMP

0 TXPWRDET

0
1

8 IREF1

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L2000 2A
Charger plug
TAHVO CHARGER
1 +
2
1PMT16AT3 220R/100MHz F2000
GND
C2012 C2000 V2000
1u0 27p0 X2000
USB connected = 5V
from host
GND

Accessory System connector


VBUS
R2000 connected = 2.5V
X2001
220R from TAHVO VOUT
charge 1
R2001 charge gnd 2
C2002 BGF100 600R/100MHz
600R/100MHz
RETU XAUDIO(7:0)
2u2
Vcc Z2001
Z2000 ACI
VOUT
3
4
GND 1k0
0 HOOKDET 1n0 Meas J2000 Vbus 5
1 MICB2 D+ 6
2 MIC2P L2001 D- 7
3 MIC2N 22n 2k2 1n0 1n0 EXC24CB102U 8 data gnd
4 C2003 4 1 Xmicn 9
XEARL 50R
5 XEARLC Xmicp 10
C2004 to UEME to Mic
6 XEARR 3 2 Xear_l_n 11
50R
7 XEARRC Xear_l_p 12
22n 2k2 1n0 1n0 Xear_r_n 13
Xear_r_p 14
GND C2005 C2006 J7525
1n0 1k0 GND
GND 10n 10n
GND
AGND
R2002 R2003 GND
10R 10R GND
GND GND

GND C7608 C7607 C7606 C7609


10p 10p 10p 10p
L2002
R2004 R2005 GND
EXC24CB102U
10R 10R J7525
4 1
L7518
3 2 FM_ANT BTFM
68nH

L2003
EXC24CB102U

600R/100MHz
4 1 J7526 R7559
14/90V

Z2003
3 2

GND
R2006
ESDA14V2-4BF2
C2007 C2008 C2009 C2010
10n 10n 10n 10n A1

A3
GND B2
GND GND GND GND GND
C1

C3
R2007
USB_OTG
TAHVO, USB_ACI(7:0)
J2001
17k
RETU 4 J2002
SLAVEPU 1k3
1 DPRXD
0 DMTXD 33R
6 MASTPD2
5 MASTPD1 33R
7 ACI
2.5V J2003
15k
VANA
GND
R2010

R2011
220k

120k

GND
GND
R2009

100R
C2011
270p

GND

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R2100
EMIF01-SMIC01
3 MIC1P C2100 15n B1 GND3 C2
1n0
A3
MIC1N C2101 to Asic
4 C1
15n
GND1 B3
Microphone
1n0

GND3 2k2 2k2 1n0 B2100


MICB1 R2101
2 A2 C3 OUT
50R 2k2 50R
Vbias 150p to Mic GND
220R 1n0
GND2 B2
C2102
2u2 GND

GND L2100
EXC24CB102U B2101
0 EARP 1 4

1 EARN 2 3

R2105
C2103 C2104 R2104 14V/50V
1n0 1n0 14V/50V Earpiece
GND GND

System connector XAUDIO(7:0)


GND

BTFM AUDIO(8:0)
L2101 IHF speaker
HFSPP 220R/100MHz L2102 B2102
0
0 3 2 4 5 6 7 1
C2105
HFSPN 56nH L2103
1 1n0
L2104 56nH

14V/50V

14V/50V
RETU
220R/100MHz
N2200 C2106 C2107

R2106

R2107
Backup RETU_3.02 1n0 1n0 X2100
ASSEMBLED

battery 3 K1 Mic1P EarP D3 EARP


P 0 IHF speaker support spring
4 J3 Mic1N EarN D1 EARN 1 GND
J1 Mic2P XEarL F3 GND
1.35V 2.5V +
G2200 J2 F1
4V VREF_INT VANA - 3V3 5 E1
Mic2N
Mic3P
XEarLC
XEarR G1 M2100
L2105
Battery connector VBAT GND 6 E2
E3
Mic3N XEarRC G3
H1 2
4CR-1002W-07
7 Mic3PR MicB1
X2070 8 D2 H2 VIBRAP 220R/100MHz
Mic3NR MicB2 2
VBATT J2070 MicBCap G2 1u0 C2200 M
J2071 R2200 R2201 GND
BSI C2223 C2224 C3 C1 VIBRAN 1n0 C2108
100k 120k VDARx VSARx GND 3
GND 10n 10n K2 H3
C2072 VDATx VSATx
2.5V F2
GND
RF active = 4.7V L2106
15p J2072
2 BSI
GND GND
R2202 M12 BSI
MicSub GND C2109 C2110
1n0
Vibra
1n0
Ambient light sensor
VANA
GND GND
R2070
C2070 3 BTFMEMP 100R L3 BTFMemp MMC active = 1.8V 220R/100MHz
15p C2202 C2234 L11 HeadDet HFSpP B1 HFSPP 0
14V/50V GND -t 47k C2207
R4400 1n0 27p0 L12 C2 1
470k R2071 GND
1n0 C2237 HookDet HFSpN
A2
HFSPN
VIBRAP 2
Depends on SIM = 1.8V/3V GND
BTFMEMP
NTC GND 1u0 VibraP
5 LS
GND
GND
GND M2 LS VibraN A1 VIBRAN 3
1.8V 1.35V
C 6 LST L2 LST 1.8V 2.5V 1.8V 2.8V 2.5V
1 RFTEMP M1 RFTemp VRCP2 VRCP1 VSIM2 VSIM1 VRFC VR1 VIO VDRAM VAUX VANA VREF_INT VREF
C2201
V4400 R4401 G10 VBat6 VBG H10
PT202MR0MP 100k 4 VCHAR 4V VBAT
F10 VChar VRef F11 1u0
GND
R4403 R4402
E 0 WTXDET M3 WTxDet VAna J12
47k 470k
C2206 E11
C2203 C2204 C2205
Sleepclock oscillator VAux
C2217
GND 1n0 1n0 1n0 1n0 1 32.768kHz
L9
K9
CrI VDRAM M11
D12
C2216
1u0
CrO VIO C2219 C2244
GND GND 1u0
GND GND GND GND GND L8 VBack VR1 G11 C2215 C2240 C2241 1u0 12p
C2208 GND
C2209 R2205 G12 C2214 GND
VRFC
TAHVO, RF part SLOWAD(6:0) 27p0 B2200 22p 2M2
E12 PwrOnX VSIM1 A7 C2213 1u0
1u0 12p 12p GND GND
EMINT(1:0) RAP3G
GND GND L1 C9 GND GND GND
SIMDetX VSIM2 C2212 1u0 GND
GND J11 WDDis C2220
1u0 GND
0 J2200 GND
VRCP1 A10 1u0
GND
USB_ACI(7:0) System connector,
M4 AudClk VRCP2 C10 C2222

TAHVO
K10 ChSwS VCP B10 1u0
GND
TAHVO
1 15 J2201
CHSWSTAT
A4 EarDaL FlyHigh B11 C2210
C2221 0
2 J2202 1u0 1u0
Power on key 3
B4
L4
EarDaR
MBusTx
FlyLow A12 C2211
4u7 GND TXC_CONV(2:0) RF part
GND
5409235 4 7 J2204 A3 PMARP MBusRx K4 GND
5 J2205 C4 PMARN MicData B5
S4401 0 J2206 M5 K3
14V/50V

SerClk PURX
R4406 1 J2207 L5 SerData RetuInt K8 J2208 Depends on SIM = 1.8V/3V
2 J2209 K5 SerSelX SlClk M9 3 VSIM1
GND J10 7
8 11 SleepX
9 0 J2210
J2211
M6
L7
TxCClk MBus H11
E10
2 TxCCtrl RstX 0
1 J2212 L6 TxCDa 1 R2700
M8 2 EMIF03-SIM01F2
AFC
GND 12 13 M10 HV TxC1 K7 X2700
M7 1 M-SK_200300331
TxC2 R1
SIMClkC1 C7 0 3 7
0 J2213 R2
C5 SIMClk1 C8 2 2 6
2 J2214 C6 SIMDa1
SIMDaC1
SIMRstC1 C11
R3
GND 1
SIM 5
1 J2215 A5 SIMIOC1 B9
SIMClkC2
RAP3G DIG_AUDIO(5:0) L2202 B6
A6
SIMClk2 SIMDaC2 A9 GND
SIMDa2 SIMRstC2 D10
C2225 C2226 C2227 B7
220R/100MHz SIMIOC2 GND C2700
1u0 1u0 1u0
GND GND GND 100n
L2204 C12 L10
VBat1 TM GND GND
600R/100MHz C2230
K11 VBat2 Gnd1 D11
GND PURX = 1.8V Local mode = 1.4V
1u0 A8 VBat3 Gnd2 K12
TAHVO, CBUS(3:0) L2203 GND
H12 VBat4 Gnd3 B8
GND
GND SMPS
VCOREA

F12 K6
RAP3G C2228 B12
VBat5
VBatCP
Gnd4
GndCP A11
GND J7548 0
N4200
600R/100MHz 1u0 GND C2242
GND
B3 VBatH GndH B2
GND
1
J2218 2
LM2708H-1.35V_1.05V
12p 4V
U//U
J2219 3 VBAT
J2220 A1 FB SGND A2
TXC(2:0) L2206
GND L4201
GND
RAP3G 600R/100MHz
C2232 C2235
B1 VSEL VDD A3
1u0 1n0
INT_SIM(5:0) 220R/100MHz
GND C1 ISEL PVIN B3
L2205 GND 4
1 0 J2221 L4200 C4201 C4202
7 GND D1 C3 22u 10n
220R/100MHz C2231 SYNC/MODE SW
10U
Local mode = 1.8V 2 D2 EN PGND D3
10uH GND GND
GND C4200
SleepX=1.8V 22u
RAP3G ACI(1:0)
(localmode) GND GND
4V RAP3G, OMAP,
PUSL(7:0)
TAHVO, BTFM
VBAT APE regulator 1.8V
N4201 VDDR_APE
VEN LP3999ITLX VOUT
CBYP -1.8_NOPB

C4203 C4204 C4206 C4205


1u0 100p 1u0 1u0
GND
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USB_ACI(7:0) System connector,
RETU

Flash interface
USB=3.5V
L2301 FBUS=2.5V INTUSB(8:0) OMAP
4V VBAT J2060
220R/100MHz VBUS
C2303 GND
C2300 C2301 VPP
10n 22u 1u0
C2309
22u GND GND
1 2 3 4
GND
Local mode = 1.4V TAHVO
6 7 8
VCORE N2300 PUSL(7:0) RAP3G, RETU, OMAP, BTFM
TAHVO_V4.1
GND
VIO 1.8V
A7 VBAT1 Slave_PU J10 4
C2304
L2302 A6 VBAT1 Master_PD1 H9 5 10n
C2243
System connector CHARGER C2302 12p A5 VCoreCoil Master_PD2 J9 6 GND
22u B6 VCoreCoil CLK J6 3
10uH
GND GND
B4
B5
VCore RXD2 K7
J7
2 EMINT(1:0) RAP3G
GND GND1 D+_RXD 1
A4 GND1 D-_TXD K8 0
4V VPP_VIO A1
VBAT D10 VCharIn1 VCCint K9
E10 VCharIn2
R7556
E9 A3
100R
F10
VCharInK
VCharOut1
VIO CBUS(3:0)
RAP3G, RETU
PMEG3020EJ G10 J4 5
VCharOut2 OEX
F9 VCharOutK FSE0 K4 4
V7501 VO J5 3
SLOWAD(6:0)
RETU 4 J2300
J2301
D9
J1
VCharADC RCV_FRX2 K2
J3
2
CHSWSTAT ChSwS VP_FRX 1
F1 SMPSClk VM_CLK K3 0
F2 GND4 FTX K5 6
GND
Current control
G9 K6
J8
VBAT3
GND3
SLAVESWSET 7
C2316 for keypad backlight
1n0
RSTX B3 2 from keyboard
A10 NC PURX D2 0
B10 NC SLEEPX D1 3 connector
1
A8 NC TahvoInt C2 J2302 4V SETCURR2
C10 NC CbusData C1 1

4V VBAT
B8
CbusSelX B1
B2
2
0
Lights on = ~ 0.7V
NC CbusClk R2305
C2307 GND A9 GND5 VcoreDef C9
GND 33R (Display & Keypad)
2u2 FlashM A2
H10 Vout TestMode B7 GND
TestOut B9 V2300
GND G2 J2
SENSE+ GenOut1 DTC143ZETL OUT
GenOut2 K1 19
Accessory VOUT H2 SENSE- GenOut3 H1 IN R1

connected = 2.5V C2312 K10 VCC


PWM300
Clk600
G1
E1 J2305 7
4k7
R2 47k
1u0 SleepClk E2 1
E3 5 GND
NC
H3 NC NC E8
J2306 GND H4 NC NC D3 14
J2307 H5 NC NC D8 GND
H6 NC NC C3 J2308
R2300
3 2
USB connected=5V VBUS
H7
H8
NC NC C4
C5
NC NC
from host NC C6 Power supply Power supply
4 1 G3 C7
CURRENT_SEN G8
NC
NC
NC
NC C8
for display for keypad
BGND GND
C2313 F3 NC backlight backlight
F8 NC
1u0 4V
VBAT Lights on ~ 14V
Current gauge GND GND GND

R2301

R2302
4k7

10k
L2304
VLEDOUT1 VLEDOUT2
22uH

LED driver
N2301
TK65600B-G
J2309 A2 EN VOUT C1

C2 IND VDD B1
Lights on = 1.8V B3 A1
C2315
4u7
FB AGND
C2314
A3 NC PGND C3 4u7

GND GND GND


R2303 GND
SETCURR1
1k0

R2304 Current control


Lights on = 0.7V 39R
for display backlight
from display connector
GND

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RAP3G
D2800
RAP3G_V2.11

GND J8 TMAct GENIO0 N15


RF part RFCLK(1:0)
0 F3 RFClkP
GENIO1
GENIO2
U20
U19
1 F2 RFClkN GENIO3 T18
RETU, TAHVO, OMAP, BTFM PUSL(7:0) 3 C2 SleepX GENIO4 V20 MESSI_CMT(25:0)
OMAP
1 C1 SleepClk GENIO5 U18
0 D3 PURX GENIO6 W21
5 R11 SMPSClk GENIO7 V19
6 R8 SysClk GENIO8 W20
4 B2 APESleepX GENIO9 N14
RFCTRL_I(8:0)
GENIO10 Y20
0 M3 TXReset GENIO11 W19
4 N1 TXP GENIO12 AA20
5 N8 TXA GENIO13 V18 IC2 (1:0) BTFM
1 N3 RX1 GENIO14 Y19
N7 AA19
RF part 2
0 K4
RX2
TxIP
GENIO15
GENIO16 W7 0
1 K3 TxIN GENIO17 V7 1
2 L3 TXQP GENIO18 W6 2
3 L4 TXQN GENIO19 R9 3
4 H2 RxIP GENIO20 Y5 4
RFCONV_I(11:0)
5
6
H3
J3
RxIN GENIO21 W5
V6
5
6
FM_INTX BTFM
RxQP GENIO22
7 J4 RxQN GENIO23 Y4 7
9 J2 VrefP GENIO24 V5 17

8 GND
K7
L7
VrefN
Iref1
GENIO25
GENIO26
AA3
W4
21
16 0
GEN_CTRL_CMT(20:0) OMAP
GENIO27 Y3 18
1 A19 TxCDa GENIO28 AA2 19
RETU TXC(2:0)
2 A20 TxCDaCtrl GENIO29 P9
0 D17 TxCClk GENIO30 W11 1
GENIO31 V11
V17
0 BTFM_clock_request BTFM
GENIO32
GENIO33 W18
GENIO34 V16
GENIO35 W17
Y17
RETU, TAHVO CBUS(3:0)
0 P13 CBusClk
GENIO36
GENIO37 P14
1 V12 CBusDa GENIO38 W16 SDRAM
RETU ACI(1:0)
2
0
W12
D16
CBusEn1X
ACIRx
GENIO39
GENIO40
Y16
V15 64 Mbit SDRAM
1 B18 ACITx GENIO41 W15 D3001
GENIO42 Y15 K4M64163PH-VG1L
1
RETU DIG_AUDIO(5:0) 2
W8
Y8
EarDataL
EarDataR
GENIO43
GENIO44
AA15
R14 SDRAM 4Mx16
3
0
Y9
R10
MicDa
AudioClk
GENIO45
GENIO46
V14
W14
0 J9
J10
0 1.8V
4 W9 R13
1
PMARP GENIO47
5 V9 AA7 2 K8
PMARN GENIO48 VIO
GENIO49 V8 3 K9
GENIO50 P10 4 K2
6 N4 RFBusClk GENIO51 Y7 K3
N2
5 0
7 RFBusDa A
M8 G14 6 J1
8 RFBusEn1X GENIO53 4194303
3 RXRESET P3 GENIO52 GENIO54 B20 7 J2
J3
BTFM PCM(3:0)
0 Y13 I2SSCLK
GENIO55
GENIO56
C19
P2
8
9 H1
1 V13 I2SWS GENIO57 P4
10 J8
2 W13 I2SSD1 GENIO58 P7 C3006 C3007 C3008
H2 C3001 C3002 C3003
3 Y12 I2SSD2 GENIO59 R1 11 11 100n 10n 100n 100n 100n 10n
6 4 GENIO60 R2
2 2 1 Y2 USBVP_FRX GENIO61 R3 0 H9 BA0
0 W3 USBVM_Clk GENIO62 R4 J3115
1 1 1 H10 BA1
2 V4 USBRCV_FRX2 GENIO63 T2 SDRAM_BA(1:0) GND GND GND GND GND GND
0 0 3 W2 T3 J3116 2 G10 _RAS NC E10
USBVO GENIO64
3
OMAP, TAHVO INTUSB(8:0)
4
5
J2803 U4
V3
USBFSE0_FTX GENIO65
USBOEX GENIO66
R12
P12
G9
H8
_CAS
_CS
NC
NC
E9
F8 1.8V
V2 V10 GND
USBDSyncClk GENIO67 4 G8 F3
P11
_WE NC
GENIO68 0
D18 P8
G2 CLK NC G3 VDRAM
0 SIMClk1 GENIO69
1 C20 U1 1 G1 CKE NC H3 GND
RETU INT_SIM(5:0)
2 E18
SIMIOCtrl1
SIMIODa1
GENIO70
GENIO71 U2 SDRAM_CTRL(10:0) 6 F2 UDQM NC E2
U3 J3117 5
GENIO72 F9 LDQM NC E1
D2 JTClk GENIO73 T4
E4 JTrst SpeciallO0 B19 J3118
SDRAM_DA(15:0) A9
F4 JTDI SpeciallO1 C18
E3 JTMS SpeciallO2 C17 0 DATA I/O
E2 JTDO SpeciallO3 B17 1 B8
J7 EMU0 2 B9
SDRDa0 F19 J2804 0
G19 3 C8
SDRDa1 1
A7 ETMClk SDRDa2 G18 2 4 C9 C3004 C3005 C7616
B7 ETMPkt0 SDRDa3 H18 3 5 D8 100n 100n 10n
C7 ETMPkt1 SDRDa4 F18 4 6 D9
D7 ETMPkt2 SDRDa5 H19 5
C6 E19
7 E8
ETMPkt3 SDRDa6 6
H8 ETMPkt4 SDRDa7 J18 7 8 E3
GND GND GND
B5 ETMPkt5 SDRDa8 L19 8 9 D2
C5 ETMPkt6 SDRDa9 R18 9 10 D3
D6 ETMPkt7 SDRDa10 M18 10
B4 P19
11 C2
ETMSync SDRDa11 11
C4 N18 12
12 C3
ETMPipe0 SDRDa12
D5 ETMPipe1 SDRDa13 P18 13 13 B2
A3 ETMPipe2 SDRDa14 M19 14 14 B3
B3 ETMSyncB SDRDa15 N19 15
SDRAM_AD(15:0) 15 A2
D4 ETMPipeB0
A2 ETMPipeB1 SDRAd0 E20 J2805 0
C3 ETMPipeB2 SDRAd1 F20 1 A10,F10,K10= VDRAM
RETU, TAHVO EMINT(1:0)
0 H13 RetuInt
SDRAd2
SDRAd3
N20
C21
2
3
A8,B1,C10,D1=
A1,F1,K1=
VIO
GND
1 W10 TahvoInt SDRAd4 K15 4
5 A3,B10,C1,D10= GND
SDRAd5 T20
6
1.4V VCORE
AA13
AA17
VDDDSP1
VDDDSP2
SDRAd6
SDRAd7
M15
L15 7
R21
Y14
VDDDSP3 SDRAd8 J15
T19
8
9
Flash
VSSDSP1 SDRAd9
Y18 VSSDSP2 SDRAd10 R20 10 64 MBit NOR FLASH
P20 VSSDSP3 SDRAd11 L14 11
GND E21
A17
VDDMCU1
VDDMCU2
SDRAd12
SDRAd13
K14
J20
10 12
0
D3000
K8S6415ETA-DI7B
D20 VSSMCU1 SDRAd14 G20 1
B16 VSSMCU2 SDRCLK K19 J2806 0 NOR FLASH 4MX16
GND H20 U21
VDD1 SDRCKE 1
AA9 H14 J2807 16 B2 16
VDD2 SDRRASX 2
B1 VDDCORE1 SDRCASX K20 J2808 3 17 A9
G2 VDDCORE2 SDRWEX J14 J2809 4 MEMADDA(24:0) 18 B8
M4 VDDCORE3 SDRDQML J19 J2810 5 19 A8 A
C2800 W1 L18 J2811 6
100n VDDCORE4 SDRDQMU 20 B3
AA5 VDDCORE5 SDRCLKX K18 7
MEMCONT(15:0) 21 A2
Y21 VDDCORE6 SDRLDQS D19 8 21
GND L21 R19 22 A10 NC B5
VDDCORE7 SDRUDQS 9 NC
1.4V H15
A13
VDDCORE8
VDDCORE9
8
0 A4
A9 B9 J2812 0
CLK
VCORE VDDCORE10 ExtAdDa0
A5 B8 1
1 B4 _AVD
VDDCORE11 ExtAdDa1
G3 VDDCORE12 ExtAdDa2 C11 2 VPP 5 B9 _CE
H7 VSSCORE1 ExtAdDa3 C10 3 2 B6
J2818 _RESET
K8 VSSCORE2 ExtAdDa4 D9 4 4 C10 _OE
H4 VSSCORE3 ExtAdDa5 D8 5
3 A6 _WE
C2802 C2803 C2804 C2805 C2806 C2807 M7 VSSCORE4 ExtAdDa6 H10 6 R3000
100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 1u0 Y1 VSSCORE5 ExtAdDa7 G9 7 9 B7 _WP
Y6 VSSCORE6 ExtAdDa8 C12 8 7 A1 RDY
Y10 VSSCORE7 ExtAdDa9 D12 9 10k
C3000
GND P15 VSSCORE8 ExtAdDa10 D11 10 100n
M20 VSSCORE9 ExtAdDa11 D10 11
J21 VSSCORE10 ExtAdDa12 C9 12 D10
GND
B21 VSSCORE11 ExtAdDa13 C8 13 0 ADDRESS/DATA I/O
B14 VSSCORE12 ExtAdDa14 H9 14 1 D9
GND
B10 VSSCORE13 ExtAdDa15 G8 15 2 C7
B6 VSSCORE14 ExtAdDa16 G11 16
GND M2 A15 17
3 C6
VDDSIO1 ExtAdDa17
AA1 VDDSIO2 ExtAdDa18 C13 18 4 D5
AA11 VDDSIO3 ExtAdDa19 B15 19 5 D4
AA21
M14
VDDSIO4
VDDSIO5
ExtAdDa20
ExtAdDa21
C16
G10 23 20
21
6 C3
N21 B13
7 C2
VDDSIO6 ExtAdDa22 22
G21 VDDSIO7 ExtAdDa23 H11 23 8 C9
1.8V 1.8V from RETU A21 VDDSIO8 ExtAdDa24 H12 24 9 C8
A11 VDDSIO9 10 D7
VIO (normal mode) A1
E1
VDDSIO10 FlsClk C15
D15
J2813 0
8 9 11 D6
VDDA FlsADVX 1
G4 VSSA FlsRSTX D14 2 12 C5
C2810 C2811 C2812 C2813 C2814 GND J1 C14 13 C4
VDDARX FlsWEX 3
100n 100n 100n 100n 100n C2801 G1 B12
100n VSSARX FlsOEX 4 14 D2
GND L8 D13
VRFC VDDATX FlsCSX 5 15 D1
GND C2808 L1 VSSATX FlsCS2X G13 6
C2809 GND K2 VSSASUB FlsWaitX G12 7
100n 100n GND
GND A5= VIO 4347113
GND GND B1,D8= VIO
A7= VPP

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BTFM LPRF_APE(6:0)

3
Back camera connector OMAP
X1470 SDRAM_DA_APE(15:0)

R1470
D4800

100R
OMAP3PS1.1E
1
2 SDRMDa0 D6 J4800 0
C1470 0 P20 C6 1
3 2 gpio_4 SDRMDa1
1u0 4 5 T20 armio_5 SDRMDa2 C5 2
MESSI_VIDEO_APE(25:0) 5 0 U20 armio_14 SDRMDa3 D7 3
GND 6 SDRMDa4 D5 4
6
7 2 R13 tx1 SDRMDa5 C7 5 Combo memory

R1471

100R
6
UI C1471
1u0
8
9
1
3
V14
R14
rx1
cts1
SDRMDa6
SDRMDa7
C4
D8 7
10 J1472 4 AA15 rts1 SDRMDa8 C10 8 D5000
KEYB_APE(19:0) GND 1 SDRMDa9 D14 9 K5E5657ACB-D085
11
12 M18 tx3 SDRMDa10 D11 10
Tx COMBO 256M DDR
13 VIO Only if back Rx L14
R19
rx3 SDRMDa11 C13
C11
11
12
SDRAM_AD_APE(15:0)
0 C3
256M NAND
14
21 camera activated rts3 SDRMDa12 0

R1473

R1472
1.8V

3k3

3k3
0 J7540 D18 SDRMDa13 D13 13 1 C4
lcdda0
SOCKET 1 B21 lcdda1 SDRMDa14 D12 14 2 D2
2 C19 SDRMDa15 C12 15
lcdda2 3 D3
3
4
Any camera 3
4
G14
H13
lcdda3
lcdda4 SDRMAd0 A2 J4802 0
4 E1
B2 1 5 E2
R1474
0 activated = 1.8V 5
6
A20
B19
lcdda5
lcdda6
SDRMAd1
SDRMAd2 B6 2 6 E3
A
7 C18 SDRMAd3 A1 3 7 H2
33R lcdda7
1 8 D17 lcdda8 SDRMAd4 G10 4 8 J1 NC A3
B9 5 9 J2
9 D16 lcdda9 SDRMAd5 NC A4
RAP3G, TAHVO INTUSB(8:0)
4V 10
11
C17
B17
lcdda10 SDRMAd6
SDRMAd7
G12
G11
6
7
10 J3 NC A11
VBAT
lcdda11 11 K1 NC A12
12 G13 lcdda12 SDRMAd8 G9 8
12 K2 12 NC B2
B12 9
GND Camera regulator 13
14
A17
C16
lcdda13
lcdda14
SDRMAd9
SDRMAd10 B8 10
C5
NC B3
15 D15 lcdda15 SDRMAd11 H10 11 _CS
VOUT VIN 12 1 GND F3
LP3990LDX 2 16 J7541 C20 lcdcsx SDRMAd12 H9 CKE
VEN J1471
-1.5_NOPB 17 J7542 C15 lcdwrx SDRMAd13 H11 13 0 G13 CK NC B12
N1470 SDRAM_BA_APE(1:0)
Any camera C1473 C1472
18
19
J7543
J7544
B18
B15
lcdrdx
lcdcmd SDRMBSA1 B3 0
7
2
G14
F1
_CK
_RAS
NC
NC
B13
C1
1u0 1u0 J7545 C3 1
activated = 2.85V 20 M8 gpio_60 SDRMBSA2
H8 J4803
3 F2 _CAS DDR NC C2
Flash LED GND GND GND
N7505
VBAT
21 J7546 G20 te SDRMWEX
SDRMCLK C9
4
0
0
4 H3
H1
_WEd
BA0
NC
NC
C13
C14
SDRMCKE H12 1
connector VOUT
LP3981YDX
VIN
BYP
8
9
F18
D20
kbc_0 SDRMRASX H7
B4
J4805
J4806
2
3
1
6
G2
F12
BA1
UDQM
NC
NC
D1
D14
VOUT_SENSE -2.8_NOPB kbc_1 SDRMCASX
X1471 10 D19 kbc_2 SDRMDQMU D10 6 5 K13 LDQM NC L1
C7601 C7599 C7600 11 E18 kbc_3 SDRMDQML C8 J4807 5 9 D13 L14
1 UDQS NC
2u2 33n 2u2 12 C21 kbc_4 SDRMCLKX D9 7 8 M12 M1
2 LDQS NC
13 G19 kbc_5 SDRMLDQSH C14 9
MATE GND NC M2
GND GND GND 14 P15 kbc_6 SDRMUDQSL D4 J4808 8
10 J5001 C8 _CE NC
NF V19 kbc_7 cs_sdram G8 SDRAM_CTRL_APE(10:0)
11 J5002 A8 _RE NC M14
0 G18 N4 13 B9 _WP NC N2
kbr_0 ExtAdDa0
L1479 CCP_APE(3:0) 1 12 C7 N3
F19 kbr_1 ExtAdDa1 N2 _WEn NAND NC
2 H14 kbr_2 ExtAdDa2 N7 9 C9 ALE NC N12
27nH 3 E20 P2
kbr_3 ExtAdDa3 8 B7 CLE NC N13
4 E19 P4
C1487
10p
C1485
2u2 DC/ DC converter 5 N19
kbr_4
kbr_5
ExtAdDa4
ExtAdDa5 P7
14 A5 R/_B NC
NC
P3
P4
6 N21 kbr_6 ExtAdDa6 R2
GND GND L1473 K3 A13 NC P5
7 M20 kbr_7 ExtAdDa7 R3
L2 A14 Addr Res NC P10
16 ExtAdDa8 R4
L1480 3u3H L3 P11
1PS89SS05 2 W14 ccpdap ExtAdDa9 T2 A15 NC
N1471 V1470 3 Y14 ccpdan ExtAdDa10 T3 NC P12
27nH
TK11891F-G 4V 0 Y12 ccpclkp ExtAdDa11 P8 B6 LockPre_res
BZX884

GND
V7502

U//U 2 1 W13 ccpclkn ExtAdDa12 U1 B4 _CS1_res A1 Index D4


VBAT CAM_CTRL_APE(4:0)
C1488 8 1 0 Y15 cam_clk ExtAdDa13 U3
PGND EN
10p 1 P19 gpio_6 ExtAdDa14 T4 NAND_APE(15:0) N4
V1471 L1474 3 4 0 Data I/O
I2C_SCL V7 gpio_11 ExtAdDa15 V3
7 SW VIN 2 NAND
GND GND I2C_SDA M7 gpio_62
PMEG3002AEL 42R/100MHz M5
6 3 T18 scl ExtAd17 J2
OVP GND P6
V20 sda ExtAd18 J4 2
C1484 C1483 3 N5
ExtAd19 J3
MMC GND
C1486
5 EAOUT VFB 4 4u7 100n

CAM_STROBE
7
1
J4811
J4812
P9
AA9
usb_puen ExtAd20 F2
L8
4 M6
100n GND GND usb0_vp ExtAd21 5 P7
X5200 GND 5 J4813 W9 usb0_txen ExtAd22 K4 N6
6
R1487 0 J4814 R9 usb0_vm ExtAd23 K3
C2 GND 7 M7
C3
C4
Unpressed = 1.8V 6R8
3
2
4
J4815
J4816
Y5
W5
usb0_rcv
usb0_se0
ExtAd24
ExtAd25
L7
E1
3 N10 Data I/O
C5
C6
R5204
Pressed = 0V V1472 1
J4817 V6 usb0_txd 4 DDR
SI1012R 2 W8 mmc2_dat0 nfcs_1 M3 M9
C7 R1489
GND 3 V8 M4 6 M10
2 3 3k3 R1491 mmc2_dat1 FlsCS2X
14V/50V 4 0
W15 N8 N11
GND
8
S5200 VSIM2 MMC inserted = 1.8V VSIM2 2 10k
5 R10
mmc2_dat2
mmc2_dat3
FlsCS3X
nfcs_1b Y1
R4809
2 M11
GND GND 0 Y10 mmc2_clk nfcs_2b P3 1 L13
9 1 4 GND MMC_APE(15:0)
1 Y8 mmc2_cmd FlsCLK N3 3
10 R5200 1k0 L12
6 V9 mmc2_cmddir FlsWrX W2 5
11 EMIF04-MMC02F2 K14
7 V5 mmc2_datdir FlsWaitX V2
12 L5200 7 F14
8 W19 mmc2_datdir1 FlsADVX L4
13 R10 8 E14
600R/100MHz 15 10 R18 mmc2_clkin FlsWrPr V4
14 GND R20
MMCCMD CMD 1 15 U4 12 E13
15 R1 FlsOEX
MMCCLK J5200 CLK 0 Y19 TDI nfrp W1 10 E12
16 R2
MMCDA DATA 2 AA19 TDO 14 D12
17 R3
MMCV V17 TMS 15 C12
18 R4
J5102 Y18 NRST NFlsFD0 F3 0 13
19 C5200 C11
W18 TCK NFlsFD1 D3 1 11 C10

R5100
1u0

10k
V16 EMU0 NFlsFD2 C1 2
GND
GND GND 20 W17 EMU1 NFlsFD3 E4 3
9

Front camera connector GND


Y17 rtck NFlsFD4
NFlsFD5
D2
F4
4
5
G1,C6,A9,H14,J12,J14,M4,N8=
B11,M8,H13,J13=
VDRAM
VIO
X1472
GND Level shifter H20 mcbsp1_din
NFlsFD6 E3
G2
6
7
A6=
N7=
VIO
VIO
PVDD 1
2 EXTCLK 1.8V N1474
STLEDB
H18
G21
mcbsp1_dout
mbsp1_bclk
NFlsFD7
B5,B10,G3,G12,H12,M3,N9= GND
C1476 ST16C32245TBR_LEADED G3 10
27p
3 RESET VIO H15 mcbsp1_sync
NFlsCE1 A10,F13,K12,P9= GND
NFlsCE2 G4 15
VCAM 4 SCL B3 1DIR _1G B4 J1502
P18
A7,B8,P8= GND
ETMPSTAT3 NFlsCLE H4 8
5 SDA F3 2DIR _2G F4
M14 ETMPSTAT4 H3 9
GND VDDD 6
FCAMLSEN N20
NFlsALE
GND ETMPSTAT5 J7 13
DVSS 7
8 VD A4 1A1 1B1 A3 DOUT5 6
NFlsWP
NFlsWE K8 12 1.8V 1.8V
1 L19 J8 11
9 HD A5 A2 DOUT7 8 ETMPkt0 NFlsRE
Any camera C1477
100n
GND
10 Dclk R1490 A6
1A2
1A3
1B2
1B3 A1 DOUT6 7
2
3
K14
K15
ETMPkt1 NFlsRDY K7 14 VIO VDRAM
11 Dout0 0R B5 1A4 1B4 B2 DOUT4 5 ETMPkt2
activated = 1.5V GND 12
13
Dout1
Dout2
B6
C5
1A5
1A6
1B5
1B6
B1
C2
VD
DOUT1
12
2
4
5
K19
K18
ETMPkt3
ETMPkt4
spiclk
spidin
U19
U18
6 J14 W21
14 Dout3 C6 1A7 1B7 C1 HD 11 ETMPkt5 spidout
IOVSS
IOVDD
15
16
22
D5
D6
1A8
1A9
1B8
1B9
D2
D1
DOUT2
DCLK 0
3
R1488
7
8
J19
J18
ETMPkt6
ETMPkt7
spi_ncs0
spi_ncs1
N14
N15 Local mode = 1.4V C5002
100n
C5003
100n
C5004
100n
C5005
100n
C5006
1u0
C5000
100n
C5001
100n
17 Dout4 E5 1A10 1B10 E2 DOUT0 1 33R
0 J15 conf V18
18 Dout5 E6 E1 DOUT3 4 ETMClk GND
C1478
100n
GND 19 Dout6 F5
1A11
1A12
1B11
1B12 F2 15R
9
13
H19
M15
ETMTS1
osc1_in Y2
Local mode = 1.8V GND GND GND GND GND GND GND
20 Dout7 R4810 ETMTS2 GND
GND
GND F6 2B14 G1 RESET 10 10 M19 ETMPSTAT0 osc1_out W3
2A13
GND R1486 G6 2B13 F1 EXTCLK 9 11 L15 ETMPSTAT1 osc32k_in V13 VCOREA
GND 2A14 R7554
15R 12 L18 ETMPSTAT2 osc32k_out AA13 GND
Only if G5 I/O_VA1 I/O_VB1 G2
AA17 mcbsp3_din reset_mode P12 VIO
100k

G4 I/O_VA2 I/O_VB2 G3
front camera D4 VCCA VCCB D3 P14 mcbsp3_dout SleepClk P13 1

C3,C4,E3,E4= GND 1.8V C4814


W16 mcbsp3_clk PURX R12 0

activated C1490
22p
C1489
27p VIO
22p
N18 mcbsp3_fsync APESleepX
SysClk
W4
Y4
J4818
J4819
4
6 0

24 C1491
GND 4
5
J4820
J4821
W11
V11
acflag
caready
arm_boot J20 GND C4813
1n0
GEN_CTRL_APE(20:0) RAP3G
GND GND C1482
100n
C1481
100n
22p 6
0
J4822
J4823
V10
W10
acdata mcbsp2_din P10
AA5
3 GND
caflag mcbsp2_dout
1 J4824 R11 acready mcbsp2_xsync W7
GND 2 J4825 P11 Y6
GND cadata mcbsp2_clkx
GND 7 J4826 V15 acwake gpio_9 R8
3 J4827 W6 gpio_12 armio_4 T19
gpio_41 AA20
J1 VDD4 gpio_59 L3

K2 VSS
reserved
VDD
E5
A15
PUSL(7:0) RETU, TAHVO,
VCAM2
GND
C4807
100n
C4801
1u0
G1
B1
VSS
VSS
VDD
VDD
M2
Y9 RAP3G, BTFM
AA1 VSS VDD Y20
GND GND U2 VSS VDD2 A3
Local mode VCOREA
N1
Y13
VSS
VSS
VDD1
VDD2
AA3
E2
Only if Front camera regulator 4V = 1.4V AA7
K20
VSS VDD2 A9
J21
STLEDB
C4803 C4804 C4802 VSS VDD3
front camera VBAT 100n 100n 100n R21
W20
VSS
VSS
VDD3
VDD3
R20
B20

activated = 2.8V VIN N1472


GND GND GND AA21
B16
VSS
VSS
VDD3 B13
VCOREA
Local mode = 1.4V
VOUT VEN VCAM2_EN 13 J1473 A21 VSS VDDSHV1 A19
LP3985ITLX F20 E21
BYPASS VSS VDDSHV1
C1480 -2.8_NOPB
C1479 R1475 B5 VSS VDDSHV2 AA2
1u0 1u0 470k B7 Y7
GND C4805 C4806 VSS VDDSHV3
GND GND GND 100n 100n A13 VSS VDDSHV4 A5

GND
Only if Y3 VSS VDDSHV4 A7
B10
GND GND VDDSHV4
front camera GND
L1
VDDSHV4 B14
R1

activated = 1.8V 1.8V VPP VDDSHV5


VDDSHV5 H2
VIO V12 VDDSHV_RTC VDDSHV5 C2
W12 VDD_RTC VDDSHV6 AA11
VDDSHV7 Y16
R4800
RAP3G MESSI_CMT(25:0) Local mode = 1.4V VCOREA
10R C4800
A11
Y21
VDD_DLL
VDDA
VDDSHV8
VDDSHV9
L21
U21
100n VIO
1.8V
MMC_SW C4808 C4809 C4810 C4811 C4812
GND 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n

GND GND GND GND GND

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J7523

J7524
0 BTFM_RESETX J7529
1 BTFM_UART_TX
2 BTFM_UART_RX
3 BTFM_UART_RTS GND
4 BTFM_UART_CTS J7534
5 BTFM_WAKEUP
6 BTFM_CLK_REQ

OMAP LPRF(6:0)

I2C(1:0) RAP3G

0
1
1.8V
VIO 1.8V 2.5V
VIO VANA

R7549 R7550
C7618

R7544
BTFM 3k3 3k3
0R

D5001
100n FM_ANT X2001
LBMA48EBR2-TEMP GND

R7543
0R
2 ANTENNA CBUSCLK/SCL 10
CBUSDA/SDA 11 AUDIO(8:0) RETU
5 12

R7542
STATUS CBUSENX_IN
5

0R
FMANTENNA 13
7
6 RF_ACTIVE
6
16

R7541
VFMRAD
8

0R
7 FREQ BUSMODE 17
GND
VAFL 19
8 TX_CONFX VAFR 20 C7604
INTX 21 100n 100n
9 CLK_REQ GND GND

R7551
0R
MPX_OUT 39

J7549 42 SPI_CSB BTFM_PCM_OUT 30 J7536 FM_INTX


J7550 44 SPI_MOSI BTFM_PCM_IN 28 J7537 3 RAP3G
J7551 45 29 J7538 2
SPI_MISO BTFM_PCM_SYNC PCM(3:0)
43 SPI_CLK BTFM_PCM_CLK 27 J7539 1
0
26 BTFM_UART_RTS PIO1 36 J7553
25 BTFM_UART_CTS
24 BTFM_UART_RX REF_CLK 22
23
LPRFCLK HINKU
BTFM_UART_TX R7558
SLEEPCLK 18 1
R7552
34 UART_WAKEUP 0
40
220R 3
PUSL(7:0) RETU
SLEEPX
0R
4 BTFM_WAKEUP
33 BTFM_RESETX GND 1
GND 3 C7617
4V 37 14 100p 2
VREG_EN GND
VBAT GND 31
1.8V 15 VBAT GND 35

J7523
38 GND
VIO GND
32 VIO(1.8V) GND 41

NC 46
C7613 C7612 NC 47
100n 100n NC 48

GND GND
GND

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Keyboard connector

X4400 Lights on ~ 14V


Z4400 GND 1
OMAP KEYB(19:0) EMIF10-COM01F2 LED+ 2 VLEDOUT2
10 OUT1 IN1 Col2 3
9 OUT2 IN2 LED- 4 SETCURR2
3 OUT3 IN3 Col1 5
1 OUT4 IN4 GND 6
0 OUT5 IN5 Row3 7
5 OUT6 IN6 Row2 8
11 OUT7 IN7 Row1 9
4 OUT8 IN8 Row6 10
8 OUT9 IN9 Row0 11
6 OUT10 IN10 Col0 12
16 GND Row5 13
GND GND Row4 14
GND GND GND 15
Col3 16

GND GND 5469983

GND
Z4401
EMIF02-MIC02F2
2 OUT1 IN1

OUT2 GND IN2


ESD_LEV=1 ESD_LEV=4
VIO

GND GND
R4408
10k
Switch open 1.85V
Switch closed 0V
R4407 S5202
14V/50V

GND

GND

Slider switch

Display connector
X4401
Z4402
EMIF10-COM01F2 1
GND
OMAP MESSI_VIDEO(25:0)
17 OUT1 IN1 WRX 2
0 3
1
OUT2
OUT3
IN2
IN3
GND
D0 4 1.8V
2 OUT4 IN4 D1 5
VLEDOUT1 SETCURR1 VIO 2.5V
3 OUT5 IN5 D2 6 VAUX
16 7 L4400
OUT6 IN6 D3
19 8 600R/100MHz
OUT7 IN7 GND
OUT8 IN8 VDDL 9
OUT9 IN9 VDD 10
OUT10 IN10 GND 11 L4401
GND LEDIN 12 600R/100MHz
13 C4400 C4401
GND GND LEDOUT
14 1u0 1u0
GND GND GND
CSX 15
Z4403 D/CX 16 C4402
EMIF10-COM01F2 27p0
GND 17
7 OUT1 IN1 D7 18
6 OUT2 IN2 D6 19 GND GND GND
5 OUT3 IN3 D5 20
4 OUT4 IN4 D4 21
21 OUT5 IN5 TE 22 Lights on ~ 14V
18 OUT6 IN6 RDX 23
20 OUT7 IN7 RESX 24
OUT8 IN8
OUT9 IN9 GND
OUT10 IN10 GND
GND GND
GND GND GND
GND GND

GND GND

GND

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WCDMA antenna pads HINKU
RX active=2.8V 4V
N7500
WDMAOUT HINKU310A
RF 1 L7503 Z7500

4V
G 2 A3 INP_2000 VBAT1 E8
VBATRF
G 3 600R/100MHz 28R/100MHz
C6 1u0 18p
800X364 GNDFE1
B9 J1 C7597 C7599
X503 GNDFE2 VBAT3 C7503 C7501 33n
100u_14V
GND
R7560
0R
T7500
GND A2 INM_2000 VR1 E9 GND GND

1u0
GND GND
VCP1
4.75V
A1 OUTP_2000 VR3 J2
LDB212G1410C-001TEMP
B1

50 ohm 2 D1
OUTM_2000

E2
C7504

GND
VXO
2.5V
ANT INP_MIX VCP
4 C1

TX DUPLEX RX L7520 GND


5
Z7501
SAFEK2G14CA0F04R13 C10
INM_MIX
VLO C2
D3
C7505
100n
GND
C7508
C7507 VREFRF01 1.35V RETU
INP_850 VPRE GND 18p
FILTER 2n7H 1 IN OUT B10 INM_850 18p
3 IN OUT VDDLNA1 B3 GND
C7614
C8 C7509
27 GSM
Z7502 1p0 GND VDDLNA2 GND
GND VMIX C3 2p7
2140MHz
GND 37 VFILT F8 C7596
GND
C7512 GND
GND
VBB H5
J4
2p7
WCDMA = 2.8V
39p
A9 INP_900
VDIG
VREFBUF H1
C7513 R7503
29
0R GND
C4 GNDFE3 MUX_OUT C7 4k7 2 Band Channel RX VCO VC
28 L7504 J7503 4n7
RX matching components must be near to the ant SW 4
R7501
47nH C7514 GND GND 50 ohm T7501
GSM 900 37 942.4MHz 3769.6MHz ~1.33V
39p A8 K2 5
C7581
INM_900 INP_LO
INM_LO K1 1 C7515 C7598 1k0 GSM 1800 700 1842.8MHz 3685.6MHz ~0.98V
10p 0p5
A7 INP_1800 3 C7516 GSM 1900 661 1960MHz 3920MHz ~1.93V
CP_OUT E3 150p
39p VCNT K3
VB_EXT
GND GND WCDMA 10700 2140MHz 4280MHz ~3.30V
28 RX matching components must be near to the ant SW VCC G7500
VC
C7584 C7518
OUT IT018_REV_F GND Band Channel TX VCO VC
A6 INM_1800 VB_EXT D8
D9
GND
R7504
GND
C7520
17 GSM 900 37 897.4MHz 3589.6MHz ~1.70V

R7505
39p C7523 RB_EXT 18p 100n

8k2
A5 INP_1900 C7522
SDATA J5 10k
< 1% TOLERANCE GND J7504
GND
150p
GSM 1800 700 1747.8MHz 3495.6MHz ~1.23V
RFBUSDAT
L7506
5p6
RX matching components must be near to the ant SW SCLK H4 GSM 1900 661 1880MHz 3760MHz ~2.53V
28 12nH
C7525
XENA
XRESET
K7
J7
J7505
RFBUSCLK
GND C7524
2n2
GND
WCDMA 9750 1950MHz 3900MHz ~3.17
A4 INM_1900 J7506
RFBUSENA RAP3G RX SHF GND
5p6 B8 VC1 J7515
B4
A10
VC2
VC3 OSCIN F2 C7527
16 RXRESETX
VCTCXO
C9 VC4 OSCIN_REF G1
RX signal GND
18 1.8V
Set Generator: -20dB
B5
B6
REF_DIV
REF_FILT
REF_OUTP
REF_OUTM
G2
G3
100p C7529
100p 4 2.5V +DC
G7501
C7528 R7509
REF_OUTG H2 OUT VC
Freq.: 2140MHz (10700)
D2
C1IP H10
H9 C7530
22p

5
NKG3176B
38.4MHz
10k
AFC
RETU
Set Analyzer: E1
GNDLO
GNDPRE
C1IM

J10
8n2
6 C7533
Center Freq.: 2140Mhz C2IP
C2IM J9 C7532
22n

Switch mode VC1 VC2 VC3 Level: -10dB B2 GNDMIX C1QP G10
8n2 C7531
22p
GND GND

220R
Span: 10MHz F9 GNDFILT C1QM H8 C7534

EGSM_RX Lo Lo Lo Sweep: 200ms


K10
K5
GNDBB
GNDDIG C2QP G8
8n2
R7555
C7615 RFCLK = 38.4MHz
DCS_RX Lo Lo Lo F3 GNDOSCIN C2QM G9 C7536 4p7
RBW: 100kHz H3 GNDVCO
8n2
GND
K4 GNDGD RXOUTP_I J8 J7508 RFCLKP
PCS_RX Lo Lo Hi VBW: 1kHz K8 J7509
RFCLK
RXOUTM_I
RAP3G
EGSM_TX Hi Lo Lo E10
RXOUTP_Q
RXOUTM_Q
K6
J6 J7511
J7510 RFCLKN

GND1
DCS/PCS_TX Lo Hi Hi BTFM
F1 GNDCP
CALIN D10
RX signal (Delta Frequency 1MHz) RFCLKEXT
line LPRFCLK
Set RF-Generator: -25dB
25 GSM Channel: 10705 (Freq.: 2141MHz) RXIP

GND Modulation: NO RXIN

GSM antenna pads F10 NC2


WCDMA 26 Set Phoenix
J3
VOUT
RX control: Algorithm mode RXQP

1 RF
B7
C5
NC3
RAP3G
J513 2 G
NC4
Channel: 10700 (Freq.: 2140MHz) RXQN

3 G VREFP H7
X502 VREFM H6
VREFCM K9
VREFCM
GND J7516
~0.8V

Power amplifier GSM


DAC101 and DAC 201 are active when WCDMA PA is active VINKU
4V
Z7504 DAC102 and DAC 202 are active when GSM900 PA is active N7501
VINKU314A
N7502
RF9292E9.1 SAFEK897MFL0F04R13
DAC103 and DAC 203 are active when GSM1800 PA is active VBAT1 G8 2.8V
ANT
VC3
VC2
VC1

Z7503 DAC202 DAC102 VBAT2 G7 C7541


PCS_RX_1
PCS_RX_2 DCS/PCS_TX
J7519 24 GSM_
Vcc_22
GSM_RF_in
1 J7521 OUT IN
IN B5 DET_SW_W VR1 F7
GND
1u0
VREG1
WCDMA = 2.8V
VREG2
DCS_RX_1
DCS_RX_2 ESHS-L090SQ-C2
31 32 23
Icont_21
2 GND B7 DET_SW_G VR2 H8
C7543
EGSM_RX_1 EGSM_TX J7520 22 3 C4 SMPS_CTRLVVCO_CAP G6 1u0
Icont_22 GSM_Vcc_21
EGSM_RX_2 C6 GEN_CTRL
C7545 21 4 GND VVCO H7
GSMGND Vpd GND
4p7 897.5MHz C7547 C7548
20 DCS_Vcc_31 5 C5 DET VPLUS H1 1p8 1u0
Ident
T7502 R7514
GND GND GND 19
GSM_RF_out
6
32 LDB211G8010C-001
3 Power WCDMA /TXC RETU TXC
12k
C7 TXC VDAC D3 GND GND VCP2 4.75V R7513
5R6
18 7 1 C7549 G3 L7502
DCS_RF_In VPRE C7550
0 dBm 1.45V
RESNET_2DB

5 100p 100nH 2p7


17 GSM_ 8 11R6 G4 C7552 C7553
DAC203 DAC103
33
R7512

DCS_Vcc_32 DAC101 VLO


Vcc_23 4 5 dBm 1.53V GND
WCDMA = 2.8V
436R

436R

R7516 2p7 8n2


16 9 2 DAC102 B3 C7554 C7555
Vdet Icont_31 VRF_TX GND
1k0 C7556
10dBm 1.62V 34 VREG2
DAC103 C3 DAC101 GND GND 4p7 0p5
15 DCS_Vcc_33 Icont_32 10 DAC201 C2 DAC102 VVGA B6
R7517
C7559 3k3
10p
GND GND GND 15dBm 1.70V DAC202 C1 DAC103
2.5V
1p0 14 DCSGND 11

GND
C7561
4p7 GND R7506 21dBm 1.80V
DAC203 A1
B2
DAC201
DAC202
30 C7560
GND GND
13 DCS_RF_Out 12 C7558 B1 F1
Vmode DAC203 VDIG
1n0
GND GND GND 4n7 LDB21DM378810CTEMP-3G80
33R 3
L7516 GSM_GND= GND
Z7505 C7563
35 H3 1 50 ohm

L7517
DCS/PCS_GND= LOI_INP GND

1n5H
4p7 H4 5

L7510
LO_INM

4n7H
OUT CES301G95DCB000RB2 IN 600R/100MHz
T7503
Z7506 H2 4
C7564 R7518 C7593 CP_OUT
1n0 4u7 SXS609B1 H5 2

R7520
VCO_IN

270R
GND 200 ohm diff R7519 GND
GND A7

L7511
OUT IN W_OUTP

10nH
470k
GND C7567 A8 E5
1.35V

L7512
GNDGNDGNDGND IN W_OUTM VB_EXT 1k0

4n7H
15p G7502 VCC

1% TOLERANCE
R7523
R7522 GND R7521 C7568
N7503
Power amplifier

9k1
220k GND C8 VC OUT
C7569 RF9252E8.2 RB_EXT C7570 150p IT017_VER_G
1950MHz
4u7 GND A4 P_OUTP 18p
10k
GND 9 Pout
11 ChipDet
Pin 2 WCDMA GNDGNDGND
A5 P_OUTM DAC_REF1
DAC_REF2
E6
F8
GND
GND
C7573
C7571
330p
DAC101 2n2
Vcc12 5 A2 G_OUTP
C7575
DAC201 4 Icont11 Vcc11 7 A3 G_OUTM GND
GND
6 12 15p
Icont12 Vcc11 GND
1,3,8,10,13= GND TX SHF
C7579 C7577

TX signal
10p WCDMA = 2.8V 15p
DAC_REF1
GND R7525
C7580 D1
Set Phone power: 0dB IO_SDATA RFBUSDAT
10R
1u0 H6 GNDVCO SCLK E1
RFBUSCLK RAP3G
Freq.: 1950MHz (9750) PA DC/ DC converter XENA D2
RFBUSENA

Set Analyzer: 36 C7583


4u7
GND
G5 GNDVCO_SH XRESET D4
TXRESETX

Center Freq.: 1950MHz


GND
N7504
U//U
F4 GNDLO
G1
C7582
J7517
1.8V
OSCIN
GND 1 Vdd SGND 10 F3 GNDPRE
GND 100p
Level: -10dB C7585
R7526 TXI_0 E8
TXIP
2 Vcon FB 9 A6 GNDVGA TXI_180 E7
Span: 10MHz 5k6
TXQ_0 D7
TXIN
Sweep: 200ms
1p0 R7527
220R
C7586
10p
3 ABD PVin 8
L7515
B4 GNDRF_TX TXQ_180 D8
TXQN
RAP3G
L7514

5n6H

4 7 B8 D6 J7518
RBW: 100kHz BYP SW
10uH
GNDBB CAL_OUT

V7500 GND TXQP


C7589
VBW: 1kHz V7500
5 EN PGND 6
4u7
F2 GNDBUF

GND
RB851Y
RB851Y
C7587
10p
LM2706TLX GND
GND
E2 GNDDIG
TXMUX_OUT E3
R7528
RFTEMP
RETU
TXMUX_IN2 D5
F6 GNDBAT
E4 470k

R7534
R7529 EMPTY1

470k
GND GND G2 F5
VMINUS EMPTY2
C7591
2k2 470p
R7530

C7590 GND GND


8k2

10p GND
Power Vcon SW
RETU WTXDET
GND
0 dBm 0.30V 1.54V
C7592
5 dBm 0.39V 1.54V
R7531
3n3
8k2 10dBm 0.51V 1.44V
15dBm 0.83V 1.83V
GND GND
21dBm 1.60V 3.23V

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1) 32kHz at C2208 2) SLEEPCLK at C7617 3) SYSCLK at J4819 4) 38.4MHz at C7529

24
28 22
31
VAUX=2.8V
Lights on=14V VCAM=1.5V
5) RFCLK at C7528 6) LPRFCLK at C7615 7) CBUSCLK at J2206 8) CBUSDATA at J2207

VBAT=4V

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9) CBUSSELX at J2209 10) SDRAMCLK at J2806 11) TXCCLK at J2210 12) TXCCtrl at J2211

VBATT
GND

BSI
VCAM2=1.8V

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13) TXCDATA at J2212 14) SMPS at J2308 15) AUDIOCLK at J2200 16) SCLK at J7505 VREFRF01 =1.35V VR1(RX active)=2.8V

VREG1 =2.75V 37
35 5
6 26
VDIG=2.5V 4 29 25
33
VCP2=4.75V 17
17) SDATA at J7504 18) XENA at J7506 19) CLK600 at J2305 20) MMCCLK at J5200 34 VREG2(WCDMA)=2.8V
16 TXRESETX=1.8V
18
30 8 SLEEPX=1.8V 1
VR1=2.5V
27
VSim=1.8V
14 VRCP2=4.7V

VRFC=1.8V
9 19 PURX=1.8V 20 Lights on=1.8V

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