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T AIT ELECTRONICS L m

Address: 558 Wairakei Road, Christchurch,

New Zealand.

Postal Address: PO Box 164.5, Chr istchurch, New Zealand.

Telegrams & Cables: 'Taitronics'

Telex: NZ 4926

Telephone: 358 3399

Fax: (64) (3) 358 3603, 3.58 3636 or 358 9299

T88.5 Receiver

UHF FM 800-960MHz

(M88.5-00)

Issue A

TECHNICAL INFORM A nON

Any enquiries regarding this Manual or the equipment it describes should be addressed in the first instance to your nearest approved Tait Dealer or Service Centre. Further technical assistance may be obtained from the Product Support Group, Tait Electronics Ltd, at the above address.

UPDATING EQUIPMENT AND SERVICE MANUALS

In the interests of improving performance, reliability or servicmg, Tait Electronics Ltd reserve the right to update their equipment and/or Service Manuals without prior notice.

SCOPE OF MANUAL

This Manual contains general, technical and servicing information on the T885 receiver.

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Ordering Tait Service Manuals

Service Manuals should be ordered from your nearest Tait Branch or approved Dealer. When ordering, quote the Tait Internal Part Number (IPN) and, where applicable, the version.

Date Of Issue

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IPN M88.5-00

T885 Service Manual (All Versions)

Provisional Issue published October 1990 Issue A published January 1992

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AUSTRALIA

UNITED KINGDOM

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Talt Electronics (Aust) Pty Ltd 3/2 Jenner Street

P.O. Box 679

Nundah

Brisbane

Queensland 4012

Australia

Phone: (07) 266-3399 Toll Free: (008) 07 -7112 Fax: (07) 266-7"9

Tait Mobile Radio Ltd Ermine Business Park Ermine Road Huntingdon Cambridgeshire PEI86YA

United Kingdom Phone: (0480) .522" Fax: (01180) 1111996

HONG KONG

USA

Tait Electronics Ltd Chung Y ing Building Suite 203

20-20a Connaught Road West Hong Kong

Phone: (8'2)'17 -0000 FaX! (8'2) '17-1818

Tait Electronics (USA) Inc 9434 Old Katy Road

Suite 110

Houston

Texas 770"

USA

Phone: (713) 984-8684 Toll Free: 800222-12" Fax: (713) 468-6944

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SINGAPORE

Tait Electronics (Far East) Pte Ltd 1 Newton Road

01-29 Goldhill Plaza

Singapore 1130

Phone: (6') 2'3-'777

Fax: (6') 2'1-7778

Telex: RS'3'3'ITAITFE"

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4.4 Audio Processor Links 4.2

4.' Test Equipment Set-Up 4.2

4.6 Synthesiser Alignment 4.3

4.7 Alignment Of Receiver Front End & IF 4.3

4.8 Alignment Of Ultra-Wide Band Receivers (30kHz IF BW) 4.4

4.9 Noise Mute Adjustment 4.'

4.10 Audio Processor

4.10.1 Line Amplifier Output

4.10.2 Monitor Amplifier Output (Speaker Output)

4.' 4.5 4.6

4.11 RSSI

4.6 4.6

4.12 Carrier Level Mute

SECTION.5 FUNCTIONAL TESTS

5.1 Current Consumption 5.1
5.2 Sensi ti vi ty 5.1
5.3 Switching Band (Multichannel Only) 5.1
5.4 Audio Distortion 5.1
5 • .5 Ultimate Signal To Noise Ratio .5.2
5.6 De-emphasised Audio Frequency Response 5.2
5.7 Noise Mute (If Linked In) 5.3
5.8 RSSI (If Fitted) .5.3
5.9 Carrier Level Mute (Carrier Mute Linked In & RSSI Fitted) 5.3
SECTION 6 F AUL T FINDING 6.1 Visual Checks

6.2 Component Checks

6.3 Using CAD Circuit Diagrams

6.4 Finding Components On The Main PCB

6.1 6.1 6.1 6.1

6.5 DC Checks

6.5.1 Power Rails

6.5.2 VCO Locking

6.5.3 Mute Operation

6.2 6.2 6.2 6.2

6.6 RF Checks

6.6.1 VCO Frequency

6.6.2 RF Sensitivity 6.6.3 TCXO Stability 6.6.4 IF Distortion

6.2 6.2 6.2 6.3 6.3

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6.7 Regulator Fault Finding Chart 6.8 Synthesiser Fault Finding Charts 6.9 Noise Mute Fault Finding Chart 6.10 Carrier Mute Fault Finding Chart 6.11 Receiver Fault Finding Charts 6.12 Audio Fault Finding Chart

6.' 6.6 6.8 6.9 6.10 6.11

SECTION 7 INSTALLATION

7.1 Rack Mounting 7.2 Rack Wiring 7.3 Power Supply

7.4 Reverse Polarity Protection

7.1 7.2 7.2 7.2

SECTION 8 SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS

8.1 General

8.1 8.1 8.1 8.1 8.1 8.1 8.1 8.1

8.2 Link Selectable Features

8.2.1 Flat Or De-emphasised Response

8.2.2 Mute Relay Control

8.2.3 Mute Selection

8.2.4 Receiver Disable

8.2.5 CTCSS Configuration

8.2.6 300Hz High Pass Filter

8.3 Talk Through Repeater

8.4 Line Controlled Base Station (Without Talk Through)

8.4.1 Transmitter Tail Timer

8.2 8.2 8.3

8.5 DC Line Keying

8.4

SECTION 9 ST ANDARD OPTIONS

9.1 General

9.1 9.1

9.2 TCXO 9.3 RSSI

9.5.1 9.'.2 9.5.3 9.5.4

Single Channel - Single Tone Multichannel - Separate Tones Single Channel - Multi-tone

Audio Processor Linking Details For CTeSS

9.1 9.2 9.2 9.2

9.2 9.2 9.3 9.3 9.4

9.4 Multichannel

9.4.1 Remote

9.4.2 Internal Selection

9.5 CTCSS

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SECTION 10 PARTS LIST

Refer to Page 10.2 for index.

LIST OF ILLUSTRA nONS

Figure 1. Figure 2. Figure 3. Figure 4. Figure 5. Figure 6. Figure 7. Figure 8. Figure 9. Figure 10. Figure 11. Figure 12. Figure 13. Figure 14. Figure 15. Figure 16. Figure 17. Figure 18. Figure 19. Figure 20. Figure 21. Figure 22. Figure 23. Figure 24. Figure 25. Figure 26. Figure 27.

DIAGRAMS

High Level Block Diagram

Front End, IF &. Mute Block Diagram Audio Processor Block Diagram

Power Supply &. Regulator Block Diagram Synthesiser Block Diagram

RSSI Block Diagram

Channel DIP Switch Setting

Test Equipment Set-Up

De-emphasised Audio Frequency Response RF Test Cable

IF Swept Response

Ceramic Filter Swept Response T800 Series Guide

T885 Chassis Connectors D-Range Wiring (Rear View) Talk Through Repeater Basic Configuration

Remote Line Controlled Base Station Receiver Disable Time vs Tail Time DC Loop Keying With Common Earth

Isolated Constant Current Loop Current Detector Isolated Loop Current Switch

Typical System

RSSI Voltage vs Signal Strength T800-02 Mounting Details CTCSS Wiring Detail

Multi-Tone Control with T310-05 or T3l0-l0

1. EPROM PCB Layout - Top Side

2. EPROM PCB Layout - Bottom Side

3. VCO PCB Layout - Top Side

4. VCO PCB Layout - Bottom Side

T885 PCB Grid Reference Index

5. T885 PCB Layout - Top Side

6. T885 PCB Layout - Bottom Side

7. T885 PCB Test Points &. Options - Top Side

8. T885 PCB Test Points &. Options - Bottom Side

9. EPROM Circuit Diagram

10. VCO Circuit Diagram

11. Audio Processor Circuit Diagram

12. Receiver Circuit Diagram

13. Regulator Circuit Diagram

14. Synthesiser Circuit Diagram

15. RSSI PCB Layout - Bottom Side

16. RSSI Circuit Diagram

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2.1 2.1 2.3 2.4 2.4 2.6 4.1 4.2 5.2 6.2 6.4 6.4 7.1 7.1 7.2 8.2 8.2 8.3 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.5 8.5 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.3

) Fold-out ) Fold-out

C656

C712 ) Fold-out

C718/2

C718/4 ) Fold-out

C718/3

C718/1 ) Fold-out

C636 Fold-out

T88.5 General Information

SECTION 1 GENERAL INFORMATION 1.1 INTRODUCTION

The T885 is a high performance FM base station receiver designed for single or multichannel operation in the 800 to 960MHz frequency range.

The receiver is a dual conversion superhet with a synthesised local oscillator. The first IF is 4.5MHz, allowing exceptionally high spurious signal rejection to be achieved in the receiver front end. The second IF section (455kHz) combines amplitude limiting and detection within a single integrated circuit. It also drives a noise level detector for gating the audio output. RSSI is also used to drive a carrier mute for audio output gating.

The audio section delivers a minimum of +10dBm to a 600 ohm balanced output, and 1 W to a local monitor speaker. A flat or de-emphasised audio response is link selectable.

The synthesiser frequency is programmed via an EPROM which is attached to a separate plug-in memory board. A DIP switch on the memory PCB allows fast single channel selection from a multichannel programmed EPROM, but for true multichannel capability the EPROM must be addressed separately via an additional D-range plug at the rear of the set.

All components except those on the VCO and memory boards are mounted on a single PCB. This is secured to a die-cast chassis which is divided into compartments to individually shield each section of circuitry. Access to both sides of the main PCB is obtained by removing each of the two chassis lids. There is provision within the chassis to mount small option PCB's.

The front panel controls include gate sensitivity, line level, monitor volume and a mute disable switch. This switch disables the mute (squelch) signal to the monitor amplifier as an aid to servicing.

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1.2 SPECIFICATIONS 1.2.1 INTRODUCTION

The performance figures given are minimum figures, unless otherwise indicated, for equipment tuned with the maximum switching band and operating at standard room temperature (+22°C to +28°C).

Where applicable, the test methods used to obtain the following performance figures are those described in the EIA specification. However, there are several parameters for which performance according to the CEPT specification is given.

Details of test methods and the conditions which apply for Type Approval testing in all countries can be obtained from Tait Electronics Ltd.

1.2.2 GENERAL

Frequency Range

800-960MHz

Type

•• dual conversion superheterodyne

Frequency Increment

Switching Range Number Of Channels:

Standard Optional

Internally Selectable

•• 6MHz

.. I •• 8

•• 128

Suppl y Voltage:

Operating Voltage Standard Test Voltage Polarity

Polarity Protection

.. 10.8 to 16V DC •. l3.8V DC

.. negative earth only •. crowbar diode

Supply Current:

Standby Full Audio

•• 400mA .. 800mA

Input Impedance

.. .50 ohms

Operating Temperature Range

Frequency Stability:

Standard Version

Very High Stability Option

.±.l..5ppm, -30°C to +60°C •. .±.lppm, aoc to +60oC

Signal Strength Indicator (optional)

•. -ll.5dBm to -7.5dBm, a to .5V at IOdB/V

Dimensions:

Height Width Length

Weight

•• 19lmm 60mm •. 322mm

2.2kg

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1.2.3 RF SECTION

IF Amplifiers:

Frequencies Bandwidths-

Narrow Band (NB)

Wide Band (WB) Ultra-Wide Band (UWB)

•• 4.5MHz and 4.5.5kHz

•• 7 • .5kHz •• l.5kHz •• 30kHz

Sensitivity:

Single Channel (NB & WB) •• -1l7dBm

Single Channel (UWB) •• -1l4dBm

Bandspread (I2dB Slnad) (NB & WB) •• -ll.5dBm Bandspread (12dB Sinad) (UWB) •• -112dBm

Slgnal-Nolse To Noise Ratio:

RF Level -I07dBm

RF Level -83dBm (NB) RF Level -.57dBm (WB) RF Level -57dBm (UWB)

Selectivity:

Narrow Band C±12 • .5kHz) Wide Band <±_2.5kHz) Ultra-Wide Band

Offset Selectivity (Canada only)

Spurious Response Attenuation

- Intermodulation Response Attenuation:

Narrow Band Wide Band Ultra-Wide Band

Blocking

Co-channel Rejection

Amplitude Characteristic

Spurious Emissions:

Conducted Radiated

1.2.4 AUDIO SECTION

Outputs Available

Frequency Response

Flat Response O.5kHz IF BW):

Bandwidth Response

•• 24dB

•• 4.5dB (CEPT) typical •• .50dB (EIA) typical

•• 45dB (EIA) typical

•• 80dB (CEPT) typical •• 85dB

•• 90dB

•• 20dB

•• IOOdB

•• 80dB (2 & 4 channels) typical •• 80dB

•• 80dB

•• lOOdB

•• 6dB

•• 3dB

•• -90dBm to 4GHz •• -57dBm to IGHz -47dBm to 4GHz

•• line and monitor

•• flat or de-emphasised Oink selectable)

•• 67 to 3400Hz

•• within +1, -2dB of output level at 1kHz

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De-emphasised Response:

CTCSS BandBandwidth Response

Speech BandBandwidth Response

•• 67 to 260Hz

•• within +1, -2dB of output level at 100Hz

•• 300 to 3400Hz

•• within +1, -3dB of a 6dB/octave de-emphasis characteristic (ref. 1kHz)

Line Output:

Power

Load Impedance Distortion

•• adjustable to +lOdBm •• 600 ohms

•• 2%

Monitor Output:

Power

Speaker Impedance Distortion

•• I W

3.5 ohms •• 3%

Mute Operation (Gate)

Systems Available

•• noise mute and carrier mute

Noise Mute:

Operating Range Hysteresis Threshold Opening Time Closing Time

Carrier Mute (Optional):

Operating Range Hysteresis Opening Time Closing Time

6-20dB sinad .• 1.5 to 6dB

•• adjustable to -105dBm •• 20ms

•. 'Oms

.. -115 to -70dBm •• 2 to IOdB

.• 5ms

.• 50ms

1.3 VERSIONS

T885 Versions
Description
10 12 14 15 17 20 22 24 25 27
800-880MHz ++ ++ ++ ++ ++
850-960MHz ++ ++ ++ ++ ++
30kHz IF Bandwidth ++ ++
15kHz IF Bandwidth ++ ++ ++ ++
7.5kHz IF Bandwidth ++ ++ ++ ++
1.5ppm TCXO ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++
1.0ppm TCXO ++ ++ ++ ++ Page 1.4

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SECTION 2 CIRCUIT OPERATION

2.1 INTRODUCTION

SPKR.

} 6000 1--0 L11£

Figure 1 High Level Block Diagram

The T885 receiver consists of a number of distinct stages: the front end, mixer, synthesised local oscillator, IF, audio processor, mute (squelch), regulator circuits and received signal strength indicator (RSSI). These stages are clearly identifiable in Figure 1. Refer to the Circuit Diagrams at the rear of the Manual for further detail.

2.2 RECEIVER FRONT END

SdB PAD LPf SdB PAD

LOCAL OSCIlLATOR (FRQH SYNTHESISER)

2 POlE

CRYSTAL If MIXER CERAMIC LIMITER FH AF

fILTER Nfl (HC336 I ) FILTER (HC3361l DETECTOR PJ4l

LOll PASS F(LTER

ALOIO (TO ALOIO PROCESSOR]

RSSI OIP VOLTAGE no O-RANGE SOCKET)

r---------- ----~

,

, ,

I ,

RX GATE OUT'

.......... --0 (TO ALO I 0 I

PROCESSOR) I

,

ALOIO SECTION ,

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Figure 2 Front End, IF and Mute Block Diagram

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The incoming signal from the N-type antenna socket is fed through a 7 -pole, low pass filter with a cut frequency of approximately 1.IGHz. This low loss filter (typically less than O • .5dB over 800-960MHz) provides excellent immunity to interference from high frequency signals.

The signal is then further filtered, using a high performance helical resonator (#H I) which provides exceptional image rejection. This is followed by two stages of amplification (Q300, Q303) and filtering {#H2, (#H3) before being presented to the mixer. The gain per stage is 'dB, while the loss per helical is 2dB.

Each sub-block within the front end has been designed with 50 ohm terminations for ease of testing and fault finding. The overall gain from the antenna socket to the mixer input varies from 0-4dB.

2.3 MIXER (Refer to Figure 2.)

IC300 is a low level mixer requiring a local oscillator (LO) drive level of +7dBm (nominal), The voltage controlled oscillator (YCO) generates a level of +20dBm (typical) and this is fed to the mixer via two 'dB attenuator pads and an LPF. A diplexer terminates the IF port of the mixer in a good '0 ohms, thus preventing unnecessary inter modulation distortion.

2.4 IF CIRCUITRY (Refer to Figure 2.)

Losses in the mixer are made up for in a tuned, common gate, post mixer amplifier (Q304). Several stages of amplification and filtering are employed in the IF circuitry. The first crystal filter is a 4-pole device (&XF300) which is matched into '0 ohms on both its input and output ports. This stage is followed by a common base amplifier (Q30.5) whose output is matched into a 2-pole crystal filter (&XF301). The signal is then amplified using a high gain MOSFET amplifier (Q306) before being mixed down to 455kHz with the second local oscillator (44.'4'MHz).

The 4"kHz signal is filtered using a 6-pole ceramic filter (&XF302) before being limited and detected. Q307 provides a buffered 4"kHz output for use with the optional RF level detector (RSSI).

The second IF mixer, limiter and detector is in a 16-pin IC (IC301). Quadrature detection is employed, using L321, and the recovered audio on pin 9 of IC301 is typicall y I V p-p for 60% system deviation.

2., NOISE MUTE (SQUELCH) (Refer to Figure 2.)

The noise mute operates on the detected noise outside the audio bandwidth. An operational amplifier in IC301 is used as an active band pass filter centred on 70kHz to filter out audio components. The noise spectrum is then further amplified in a variable gain, two stage amplifier (Q308 & Q309) with additional filtering. The noise is then rectified (D300) and filtered to produce a DC voltage proportional to the noise amplitude. The lowest average DC voltage corresponds to a high RF signal strength and the highest DC voltage corresponds to no signal at the RF input.

The rectified noise voltage is compared with a threshold voltage set up on RVIOO, the front panel mute potentiometer. Hysteresis is introduced by the feedback resistor (RI06) to prevent the received message from being chopped when the average noise voltage is close to the threshold. RIll and RIlO determine the mute opening and closing times. The mute control signal at pin 7 of lelOO is used

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to disable the speaker and line audio outputs. The speaker output can be separately enabled for test purposes by operating the front panel mute disable switch, SW 100.

The mute control line is available on pad 101 (Rx gate out) for control of external circuitry. A high (9V) on pad 101 indicates that the audio is disabled and a low (OV) indicates that a signal above the mute threshold level is being received.

The audio can also be disabled using the "Rx-dlsable" inputs, pads I 00 or 113, having connected the "Rx-dlsable" link between pins I & 2 of PLIOO. An adjustable time delay (RVIOn is provided on these lines. In order to disable the audio, either pad must be pulled to OV.

The red front panel LED (DI02) indicates the status of the mute circuit. When a signal above the mute threshold is received, the LED is illuminated. A relay with undedicated contacts is provided (RLIOO) for transmitter keying or other functions and this can be operated from the mute line by linking PLI02.

2.6 CARRIER MUTE (Refer to Figure 2.)

A high level carrier mute facility is also available when the RSSI option is fitted. The RSSI (refer to Section 2.10) provides a DC voltage proportional to the signal strength. This voltage is compared with a preset level, set up on RV 1 04, and may be linked into the mute timing circuit using PLI04. PLI04 selects either the noise mute or the carrier mute. From this point both mute circuits operate in the same manner, using common circuitry.

2.7 AUDIO PROCESSOR

RX.GATE

COOTRQ

ovJVt-------, ItJTE

SVITCH

SPKR. OOTPUT

LINE I'QIJTOR

} LINE

OUTPUT

TRANSf(H1ER

Figure 3 Audio Processor Block Diagram

The recovered audio on pin 9 of IC30 I is processed in a third order elliptic active filter to give the required response. Linking (PLIOl & PLI03) is available to give either a flat or de-emphasised audio response, with de-emphasis giving a 6dB/octave roll off. The output of ICIOI is split to provide separate paths for the speaker and line outputs.

The speaker volume is set using the front panel volume knob (RVI03) and the line level is set using the recessed potentiometer (RVI02). The signals are passed to audio drive amplifiers ICI02 and ICI03. Under muted conditions the inputs of these amplifiers are shunted to ground via transistors QIO.5 and QI06 respectively.

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The audio output of ICI02 has a DC component which is removed by C122, and this then drives a speaker directly. The output of ICI03 is fed into a line transformer to provide a balanced 2-wire or 4-wire, 600 ohm output.

2.8 POWER SUPPLY AND REGULATOR

13V& nom.

5V

9V

20V

Figure 4 Power Supply and Regulator Block Diagram

The T88' is designed to operate off a 10.8-16V DC supply (l3.8V nominal). A '.3V regulator (IC202) runs directly off the 13.8V rail, driving much of the synthesiser circuitry. This is used as the reference for a DC amplifier (lC201, 0200 & 0201) which provides a medium current capability 9V supply. A switching power supply, based on 0202 and 0203, runs off the 9V supply and provides a low current capability +20V supply. This is used to drive the synthesiser loop filter (lC4), giving a VCO control voltage of up to 20V. The 13.8V supply drives both output audio amplifiers without additional regulation.

2.9 SYNTHESISED LOCAL OSCILLATOR

F I XED REF.' PHASE LOOP

DIVIDER DIVIDER DETECTOR fiLTER

VCO PCB

r----------

I OUTPUT I

I VCO Blf"FER OOU8LER BUFFER I

'_--.!Ioo( ~-+-o+20dBm

L.O.

12. 8 MHz REF.

OSCIli.AT~

---------1

~~~--~ I

EPROM c~ I

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I a'O I

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I 5ELE~ct£5 EPROM PCB I

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Figure' Synthesiser Block Diagram

O} REMOTE +-+-----0 I CHANNEL

.-++-----02 SELECT

The synthesiser employs a phase-locked loop (PLL) to lock a veo to a given reference frequency.

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A master oscillator at 12.8MHz (=IC2) is buffered, divided by two and then divided down to 12.5kHz within the synthesiser IC (Ie3). A buffered output of the VCO is fed to a programmable divider, comprising a UHF prescaler nco and a divider internal to IC3. These two signals are applied to the phase detectors in IC3.

A digital phase detector (PDB) provides rapid coarse tuning of the veo until the phase error is within the range of the high gain sample and hold detector (PDA). The phase detector outputs are passed through an active loop filter (IC4a) which produces a De voltage between 0 and 20V to tune the veo. This VCO control line is further filtered to attenuate noise and spurs. As the control line voltage increases, the veo frequency also increases.

The division ratio of the programmable divider is stored within EPROM memory (Ie!). Up to 128 frequencies can be stored within the memory and are addressable using the internal DIP switches. Three of the address lines are also available for external frequency control via an extra D-range connector at the rear of the chassis. A change of state of any of these three lines (CH SEL 0-2) commences a programming cycle during which the frequency data in the EPROM is down-loaded to a divider within Ie3. 32 bits of data are loaded in eight 4-bit words.

The VCO transistor (01) operates in a common source configuration and uses a low loss transmission line resonator (&TLI). The transmission line is used in a two port configuration with varicaps positioned at one end. The veo control voltage from the loop filter (IC4a) is applied to the varicaps (01 & D2) to facilitate tuning. The veo output is coupled into a cascode amplifier stage (02 & 03) which gives a + IOdBm (nom.) output. This output is used to drive the divider buffer for the UHF prescaler which is a divide by 80/81, giving 12.5kHz channel increments, and is also used to drive a doubler (Q4). The final frequency is then applied to a further amplifier stage (Q5) via a 3dB pad. The output level from the veo is +20dBm. The doubler and output stages Q4 & 05 incorporate two notch filters to reduce H.

The veo is modulated by superimposing the audio signal onto the control voltage and by phase modulating the reference signal.

The veo frequency spans from either 755-835MHz or 80.5-915MHz according to version. The VCO is tuned to 45MHz below the desired receive frequency to produce a 4.5MHz IF signal on the output of the mixer.

2.10 RECEIVED SIGNAL STRENGTH INDICATOR (Rssn

(Refer to Figure 6 and the Circuit Diagram at the rear of this Manual.)

The RSSI option PCB plugs directly into the main PCB (support circuitry being fitted as standard). It is fitted to the T88.5 whenever receiver signal strength monitoring is required, e.g. trunking or voting. Its function is to provide a DC voltage proportional to the signal level at the receiver input.

The variable gain stage (Q IA) is a common emitter amplifier with its emitter grounded and the AGC control loop voltage applied to its base. Since the AGC loop will maintain a constant signal level at the collector, the gain of 01 must be proportional to the incoming 455kHz signal level. The gain of 01 is linearly proportional to its collector current which itself is exponentially related to the base-emitter voltage. Thus there is a logarithmic relationship between the baseemitter voltage and the gain. The circuit therefore produces a feedback voltage, and an output voltage, logarithmically related to the RF input signal.

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The AGC loop is followed by a DC amplifier which provides level shifting, temperature compensation and gain to give a nominal IV/IOdB at the RSSI output. RV301 on the main PCB is used to set the RSSI voltage to a fixed value at a given RF input signal strength.

+V

DETECTOR
VARIABLE AMPLIFIER (OIC)
GAIN «na:
STAGE (alA)
RSSI IC
liP VDC TEMP COMP (OlE)

TEMP COMP r------,

I I

RSSI alP (IV I 10 dB)

D. C AMP I (GAIN- x331 I

I I

I I

NTC I I

D.C OFFSET (REF)

L _J

Figure 6 RSSI Block Diagram

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T88' Introduction To Servicing

SECTION 3 INTRODUCTION TO SERVICING 3.1 GENERAL

3.1.1 NOTES

If further information is required about the T88' or this Manual, it may be obtained from Tait Electronics Ltd or accredited agents. When requesting this information, please quote either the equipment serial number or works order number (found on a label at the back of the set). In the case of the Service Manual quote the Tait Internal Part Number (IPN) and Issue, and for Circuit Diagrams quote the 'Title' and 'Issue'.

CAUTION: CMOS DEVICES

This equipment contains CMOS Devices which are susceptible to damage from static charges. Care when handling these devices is essential. For correct handling procedures refer to manufacturers' data books covering CMOS devices, e.g. Philips Data Handbook Covering CMOS Devices; Motorola CMOS Data Book Section 5 (Handling Procedures), etc.

3.1.2 TECHNICAL INSTRUCTIONS (Tl's)

From time to time TI's are issued by Tait Electronics Engineering Division. These TPs may be used to update equipment or information, or to meet specific operational requirements.

3.2 MECHANICAL

3.2.1 POZIDRIV RECESS HEAD SCREWS

Pozidriv recess head screws are the preferred standard on all Tait manufactured equipment. The very real advantages of this type of screw will not be realised unless the correct screwdrivers are used by servicing personnel.

3.3 COMPONENT REPLACEMENT

3.3.1 LEADED COMPONENTS

Whenever components are removed from or fitted to the PCB, care must be taken to avoid damage to the track. The two satisfactory methods of removing components from PTH PCB's are detailed below.

Note: The first method requires the use of a desoldering station, e.g. Philips SBC 314 or Pace MB T -IOOE.

3.3.1.1 Desoldering Iron Method

Place the tip over the lead and, as the solder starts to melt, move the tip in a circular rnotlon.:

Start the suction and continue the movement until 3 or 4 circles have been completed.

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Remove the tip while continuing suction to ensure that all solder is removed from the joint, then stop the suction.

Before pulling the lead out, ensure it is not stuck to the plating. If the lead is still not free, resolder the joint and try again.

Note: The desoldering iron does not usually have enough heat to desolder leads from the ground plane. Additional heat may be applied by holding a soldering iron on the tip of the desoldering iron (this may require some additional help).

3.3.1.2 Component Cutting Method

Cut the leads on the component side of the PCB.

Heat the solder joint sufficiently to allow easy removal of the lead by drawing it out from the component side: do not use undue force.

Fill the hole with solder and then clear with solderwick.

3.3.2 SURFACE MOUNT DEVICES

CAUTION: Surface mO\Dlt devices (SMD's) require special storage, handling, removal and replacement techniques.

This equipment should be serviced only by an approved Tait Dealer or Service Centre equipped with the necessary facilities.

Repairs attempted with incorrect equipment or by mtrained personel may result in permanent damage. If in doubt, contact Tait Electronics Ltd or your nearest Tait Branch or Subsidiary.

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SECTION 4 INITIAL TUNING &: ADJUSTMENT 4.1 INTRODUcnON

The full tuning and adjustment procedure is as follows: - channel programming

- channel selection

- selecting required audio links

- synthesiser alignment

- receiver front end and IF alignment

- noise mute adjustment

- setting line output level

- setting monitor output level

- setting up the RSSI

- carrier level mute adjustment.

These operations are described more fully in the following Sections.

4.2 CHANNEL PROGRAMMING

Up to 128 channel frequencies can be stored in the EPROM memory (IC!). Each channel can be addressed using the bank of 8 switches (SW 1). The most significant bit of this switch is set according to the type of EPROM fitted:

ON = 27C16 OFF = 27C64

Up to 8 channels may be addressed externally when the optional extra rear D-range connector is fitted.

Programming is accomplished by using an IBM * PC, a PROM programmer and the PGM800 software package. For a full description of the programming procedure, refer to the T800 Programming Handbook.

*IBM is a registered trademark of International Business Machines.

4.3 DIP SWITCH CODES FOR CHANNEL ADDRESSES

OFF vost rio» '" 0

ON POSITIOW = I

27C64 shown

Figure 7 Channel DIP Switch Setting

The PGM800 software used to programme the EPROM will present the user with a DIP switch code for each channel address. For example, channel 124 will be assigned a switch code of X0000011, in which case the switches should be set as shown in Figure 7, l.e, ,!!OOOOO 11.

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Note 1: For remote multichannel applications using the T800-07 multichannel memory PCB, the DIP switch is not used and should have the first 3 least significant bits (1-3) in the off position. The next 4 bits (4-7) should be on, while the most significanTliit (8) is selected according to the EPROM used (refer to Section 4.2). This will allow the existing CHSEL lines to be used to select up to 8 channels.

It is possible to address blocks of 8 channels throughout the 128 channel EPROM capacity by switching bits 4 to 7 on the DIP switch.

Note 2: Alternatively, all 128 channels may be remotely addressed on the T800-07, but bits 1-7 of the DIP switch should be in the off position. In this case it will be necessary to drill a hole to route the i"Cflannel select lines from the synthesiser compartment to the D-range connector.

Later models may have an access slot between these two compartments.

4.4 AUDIO PROCESSOR LINKS

The links available for various circuit block options are listed by function as follows (refer to the Test Points &: Options Diagrams at the rear of this Manual);

Plug PLI00 1-2 Rx disable link 2-3 not connected

1-2 flat response

2-3 de-emphasised response

1-2 relay link

2-3 not connected

1-2 de-emphasised response 2-3 flat response

1-2 noise mute

2-3 carrier mute

Plug PLI05* 1-2 bypass high pass filter 2-3

300Hz high pass filter in circuit or 3-4

4-' audio input via audio 2 or 3

Plug PLI06 1-2 audio input via audio 2 pad 2-3 audio input via audio 3 pad

*Refer to Section 9.'.4 for further details.

Plug PLIOI

Plug PLI02

Plug PLI03

Plug PLI04

The required options should be selected before alignment of the receiver is attempted.

4.5 TEST EQUIPMENT SET -UP

Set up the test equipment as shown below:

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IE1ER I£TER VOI..1lETUI esc I Ll.OSCCF'E

Figure 8 Test Equipment Set-Up

4a SPEAKER leR 4a RESISTeRl

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".6 SYNTHESISER ALIGNMENT

1. Ensure that the EPROM (ICi) has been programmed with the required frequencies using PGM800 software.

2. Single Channel:

Select a channel on the EPROM PCB DIP switch.

M ul tichannel:

Select the middle channel via the EPROM PCB DIP switch.

If there is no channel near the middle of the required switching range, it may be necessary to programme an additional channel specifically for alignment purposes.

3. Connect a high impedance voltmeter to the long lead of Ll in the VCO (this measures the synthesiser loop voltage).

4. Single Channel:

Tune VCO trimmer C6 for a synthesiser loop voltage of 7V.

M ul tichannel:

Tune VCO trimmer C6 for a synthesiser loop voltage of 7V on the middle channel.

All channels should lie within the upper and lower limits of IOV and 3V respectively.

Do not attempt to programme channels with a greater frequency separation than the specified switching range of 6MHz.

5. The TCXO (=IC2) output frequency should be trimmed when the IF is tuned - refer to Section 4.7.

4.7 ALIGNMENT OF RECEIVER FRONT END AND IF

Note 1: In this and following Sections deviation settings are given first for wide band sets, followed by settings in brackets for narrow band [ ] and ultrawide band ( ) sets.

Note 2: Refer to Section 4.8 for the alignment procedure for ultra-wide band receivers.

Align the synthesiser as instructed in Section 4.6. For multichannel operation the receiver should be aligned on a frequency in the middle of the required band.

Inject a strong on-channel RF signal with 3kHz deviation [l..5kHz] at 1kHz into the antenna socket and adjust helicals r/H 1, '1IH2 and '1IH3 to give best sin ad.

Continually decrease the RF level to maintain 12dB sinad.

Roughly tune IF coils L313/L314/L31.5/L316/L317/L318 for best slnad, and then tune L321 for maximum audio output.

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While maintaining a low level unmodulated RF input to the receiver, loosely couple into the first IF an additional high level signal at 45MHz - a beat note will be heard.

Trim the synthesiser TCXO (=IC2) for zero beat.

While maintaining the low level RF input to the receiver, loosely couple into the second IF an additional high level signal at 455kHz - a beat note will be heard.

Tune L320 for zero beat.

Readjust the front end helicals #Hl, #H2 and #H3 to give best sinad.

Change the RF signal level to -75dBm and modulate with 3kHz deviation [1.5kHz] at 1kHz.

Connect an oscilloscope probe to SK300/3 (RSSI 455kHz input) and connect plugs PLI0l and PLI03 to give a flat audio response (refer to Section 4.4).

Readjust IF coils L313/L314/L3l5/L316/L3I7/L318 to give a maximum amplitude response on the oscilloscope with minimal amplitude modulation.

Further adjust these coils (except L3I3), along with L321, for minimum audio distortion, ensuring that the 455kHz level (on the oscilloscope) does not fall significantly.

Check that the distortion reading is less than 2%.

Reconnect plugs PLIOI and PLI03 to give a de-emphasised audio response (if required) and reduce the RF level until 12dB sinad is reached. The receiver sensitivity should be better than -117dBm, assuming that the audio levels are not being overdriven (refer to Section 4.10).

".8 ALIGNMENT OF UL TRA- WIDE BAND RECEIVERS (30kHz IF BW)

The 30kHz IF requires a different alignment procedure to achieve minimum distortion.

Inject a strong on-channel RF signal with 4kHz deviation at 1kHz into the antenna socket and adjust helicals T!Hl, #H2 and #H3 to give best sinad.

Continually decrease the RF level to maintain 12dB sinad.

Roughly tune IF coils L313/L314/L315/L3I6/L317/L318 for best sinad, and then tune L321 for maximum audio output.

While maintaining a low level unmodulated RF input to the receiver, loosely couple into the first IF an additional high level signal at 45MHz - a beat note will be heard.

Trim the synthesiser TCXO (dC2) for zero beat.

While maintaining a low level RF input to the receiver, loosely couple into the second IF an additional high level signal at 455kHz - a beat note will be heard.

Tune L320 for zero beat.

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Readjust front end helicals ;¥Hl, #H2 and #H3 to give best sinad,

Apply an on-channel RF signal modulated at 10Hz with 30kHz deviation at an amplitude of -80dBm.

Connect the modulating 10Hz audio signal to the "XII input of an oscilloscope and apply the 455kHz RSSI input (SK300/3) via a suitable RF probe to the "Y" input; also connect an audio voltmeter to SK300/3 with a suitable RF probe.

Note: The "X" input should be DC coupled.

The oscilloscope will display the amplitude response of the IF filters. Readjust IF coils L313/L314/L31.5/L316/L317/L318 to give a maximum amplitude rounded top trace on the oscilloscope, then fine adjust to give a maximum voltage on the audio voltmeter, ensuring that the shape of the IF trace remains rounded and without excessive ripple.

Change the RF signal to give 4kHz deviation at 1kHz at a level of -60dBm.

Set the audio links to give a flat response.

Adjust L321 for minimum audio distortion.

Vary the modulating frequency between 300Hz and 8kHz. The audio

distortion should be better than 3%.

4.9 NOISE MUTE ADJUSTMENT

Connect pins 1 & 2 of PL 104 to enable the noise mute.

Align the receiver as instructed in Sections 4.6 and 4.7 (or 4.8).

Set the RF level to -IO.5dBm with 3kHz deviation [1.5kHz] (4kHz) at 1kHz.

Set RV 100 (gate sensitivity) fully anticlockwise.

Adjust RV300 to close the mute (if necessary turn off the RF signal and then turn it on again).

Rotate RV300 anticlockwise until the mute just opens.

Once the mute has been set up as described above, RV10D (gate sensitivity) on the front panel may be adjusted for the required opening sinad.

4.10 AUDIO PROCESSOR

4.1 D.l LINE AMPLIFIER OUTPUT

Apply an on-channel signal from the RF generator at a level of -70dBm with 3kHz deviation [1.5kHz] (4kHz) at 1kHz.

Adjust the front panel line level pot. (RVI02) to give an output of +IDdBm on the 600 ohm line.

Check for any clipping or distortion on the oscilloscope.

Set the line level to the required output level.

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4.10.2 MONITOR AMPLIFIER OUTPUT (SPEAKER OUTPUT)

Adjust the front panel monitor volume control (RVI03) to give an output of 2V rms into a 3.5 ohm resistive load.

Check for any clipping or distortion on the oscilloscope.

Switch to a 3.5 ohm speaker load and adjust RV 103 to the required level.

4.11 T800-04 RSSI

The RSSI is an optional PCB giving signal strength monitoring and high level mute facilities to the basic receiver.

Ensure the T800-04 PCB is fitted in the main board sockets (SK300 &. SK30l).

Align the receiver as instructed in Sections 4.6 and 4.7 (or 4.8).

Apply an on-channel signal from the RF generator at a level of -llOdBm with 3kHz deviation [1.5kHz] (4kHz) at 1kHz.

Adjust RV301 to give 2.0V RSSI output on pin 5 on the rear D-range connector when measured with a high impedance DMM.

4.12 CARRIER LEVEL MUTE

Connect pins 2 and 3 of PLI04 to enable the carrier mute and disable the noise mute.

Apply an on-channel signal from the RF generator at the required mute opening level with 3kHz deviation [1.5kHz] (4kHz) at 1kHz.

Adjust the carrier mute pot. (RV 104) to close the mute (if necessary, momentarily turn off the RF), then slowly adjust it until the mute just opens. The mute should now open at this preset level.

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PGM800 DW SWITCH CODES
Channel DIP Code Channel DIP Code Channel DIP Code
I XIllllll 51 XIOOllOl 101 XOOllOll
2 xuuno 52 X1OOIJOO 102 XOOIIOIO
3 XUlllOI 53 XlOOJOIJ 103 XOOllOOI
4 XU 11100 54 XIOOIOIO 104 XOOIIOOO
5 XllllOll 55 XIOOIOOI 105 XOOIOlll
6 XllllOIO 56 XIOOIOOO 106 XOOIOIIO
7 XllJIOOI 57 XIOOOlll 107 XOOIOIOI
8 XilllOOO 58 XIOaOllO 108 XOOIOIOO
9 XlllOlll 59 XIOOOIOI 109 XOOIOOJI
10 XIl101l0 60 XIOOOIOO lID XOOIOOIO
11 XIllOlOI 61 XIOOOOll 111 XOOlaOOI
12 XIIIOIOO 62 XIOOOOIO 112 XOOIOOOO
13 XlllOOll 63 XIOOOOOI 113 XOOOlllI
14 XIIIOOIO 64 XlOOOOOO 114 XOOO1l10
15 XllIOOOl 65 XOlllill 115 XOOOllOI
16 Xl I 10000 66 xouruo 116 XOOOIIOO
17 XIJOIIlI 67 XOllllOl 117 XOOOIOll
18 XIIOIIIO 68 XOllllOO 118 XOOOIOIO
19 XIIOIIOI 69 XOIII011 119 XOOOIOOI
20 XIIOIIOO 70 XOIllOIO 120 XOOOIOOO
21 XIIOIOII 71 XOIIIOOI 121 XOOOOll1
22 XIIOIOIO 72 XOII1000 122 XOOOOIIO
23 XIIOIOOI 73 XOIlOlll 123 XOOOOIOI
24 XIIOIOOO 74 XOIIOIIO 124 XOOOOIOO
25 xuoon i 75 XOIIOIOI 125 XOOOOOll
26 XIIOOIlO 76 XOIIOIOO 126 XOOOOOIO
27 XIIOOIOI 77 XOIIOOII 127 XOOOOOOI
28 XIIOOIOO 78 XOllOOIO 128 XOOOOOOO
29 XIIOOOll 79 XOllOOOI
30 XllOOOIO 80 XOIIOOOO
31 XI100001 81 XOIOllll
32 Xl 100000 82 XOIOIIIO
33 XlOlllll 83 XOIOllOI
34 XlOllllO 84 XOIOIIOO
35 XIOIIIOI 85 XOIOIOI}
36 XI01l100 86 XOIOlOIO
37 XIOllOil 87 XOlOIOOI
38 XIOIIOIO 88 XOIOIOOO
39 XIOIIOOI 89 XOIOOIIl
40 XIOllOOO 90 XOIOOllO
41 XIOlOIl1 91 XOIOOIOI
42 XIOlOIIO 92 XOIOOIOO
43 XlOlOIOI 93 XOIOOOII
44 XIOIOIOO 94 XOIOOOIO
45 XIOIOOll 95 XOIOOOOl .
46 XIOIOOIO 96 XOIOOOOO
47 XIOIOOOI 97 XOQI I III
48 XIOIOOOO 98 XOOllllO
49 XIOOllll 99 XOOIllOI
50 XIOOlIlO 100 XOOI I roo
0 ::: off
1 = on TS85 Functional Tests

SECTION' FUNCTIONAL TESTS

The following test procedures will confirm that the TS85 has been tuned and adjusted correctly and is fully operational.

Note: In this and following Sections deviation settings are given first for wide band sets, followed by settings in brackets for narrow band [ ] and ultrawide band ( ) sets.

5.1 CURRENT CONSUMPTION

Connect the TS85 to a 13.8V power supply.

Rotate the front panel mute pot. anti clockwise until the mute LED is extinguished.

Turn the front panel "Moniter Mute" switch to the on position.

Check that the current in the 13.SV power cable is less than 400mA.

Rotate the mute pot. clockwise until the mute LED is lit.

Rotate the line level adjuster and the volume control to give maximum outputs.

Check that the current is less than 800mA.

5.2 SENSITIVITY

Apply an on-channel signal from the RF generator with 3kHz deviation [1.5kHz] (4kHz) at 1kHz.

Adjust the RF level to give 12dB audio sinad.

Check that the sensitivity is better than -117dBm (UWB -1l4dBm).

5.3 SWITCHING BAND (MULTICHANNEL ONLY)

Apply an on-channel signal from the RF generator at various frequencies within the 6MHz front end bandwidth, corresponding to pre-programmed channels.

Measure the sensitivity at each frequency as described in Section 5.2.

Ensure that the sensitivity is better than -1l5dBm (UWB -1l2dBm) across the whole band.

'.If AUDIO DISTOR nON

The level of distortion measured at the line output gives a good indication of the accuracy of the IF alignment.

Apply an accurate on-channel signal from the RF generator at a level of -70dBm with 3kHz deviation [I.5kHz] (4kHz) at 1kHz.

Adjust the front panel line level control (RV 102) to give + 10dBm into 600 ohms.

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Check that the distortion is approximately 1% THO.

Note: For a de-emphasised response, the distortion should always be better than - 296.

Adjust the front panel monitor volume control (RVI03) to give 2V rms into a 3 • .5 ohm resistive load.

Check that the distortion at the monitor output is better than 396 THO.

5.5 ULTIMATE SIGNAL TO NOISE RATIO

Apply a signal from the RF generator at a level of -.57dBm with 3kHz deviation [l.'kHz] (4kHz) at 1kHz.

Select de-emphasis on the links provided in the audio processor (refer to Section 4.4), and link pins 2 &. 3 of PLiO' to include the 300Hz filter.

Adjust RVI02 (line level) to provide +iOdBm output.

Switch off the modulation, checking that the residual noise is lower than -39dBm [-34dBmJ (-34dBm) at the line output (this corresponds to SIN of 49dB [44dB] (44dB) and is in accordance with EIA measurement conditions).

Note 1: The measurement can be made without the 300Hz high pass filter but will give a result which is 10dB worse.

Note 2: A small percentage of sets will give results 2dB worse than these figures.

5.6 DE-EMPHASISED AUDIO FREQUENCY RESPONSE

Set RV 102 (line level) to provide OdBm output at 1kHz modulating frequency.

Sweep the modulating frequency, checking that the response closely follows that shown in Figure 9 - the limits should not be exceeded.

Note: The curve shown is for wide band sets. The narrow band response is similar, but rolls off earlier at 2.'kHz.

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.5.7 NOISE MUTE CIP LINKED IN)

Rotate the front panel mute pot. (RVIOO) fully anticlockwise.

Apply an on-channel signal from the RP generator at a level of -llOdBm with 3kHz deviation [I.5kHz] (4kHz) at 1kHz.

Increase the RF level in IdS steps, checking that the mute opens for an RF input level of approximately -105dBm.

Turn the RF off and check that the mute closes.

Rotate the mute pot. clockwise and check that the mute opens. Reset the mute pot. to give the required opening sinad.

5.8 RSSI (IF FITTED)

Apply an on-channel signal from the RF generator at a level of -HOdBm with 3kHz deviation [I.5kHz] (4kHz) at 1kHz.

Using a high impedance DMM, check that the RSSI output voltage on pin .5 of the rear D-range connector is 2V (nominal).

Vary the RP level in 5dB steps and check that the RSSI output voltage changes at a rate of approximately O.5V/5dB over the range of -1l5dBm to -70dBm.

5.9 CARRIER LEVEL MUTE (CARRIER MUTE LINKED IN & RSSI FITTED)

Apply an on-channel signal from the RF generator at a level of -120dBm with 3kHz deviation [!.5kHz] (4kHz) at 1kHz.

Increase the RF level in 2dB steps and check that the mute opens at an RF level which corresponds with the preset level on RV 104 (l.e, between -1l5dBm and -70dBm).

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SECTION 6 PAULT FINDING 6.1 VISUAL CHECKS

Remove the covers from the T88.5 and inspect the PCB for damaged or broken components, paying particular attention to the surface mounted devices (SMD's).

Check for defective solder joints. If repair or replacement is considered necessary, refer to Sections 3.3.1 and 3.3.2.

6.2 COMPONENT CHECKS

If a transistor is suspected of faulty operation, an indication of its performance can be assessed by measuring the forward and reverse resistance of the junctions. First make sure that the transistor is not shunted by some circuit resistance (unless the device is completely unsoldered). A 20k ohm/V or better multi meter should be used for taking the measurements, using only the medium or low resistance ranges.

The collector current drawn by rnultl-junctlon transistors is a further guide to their performance.

If an IC is suspect, the most reliable check is to measure the DC operating voltages. Due to the catastrophic nature of most IC failures, the pin voltages will usually be markedly different from the recommended values in the presence of a fault. The recommended values can be obtained from either the Circuit Diagram or the component data catalogue.

6.3 USING CAD CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS

Reading a CAD Circuit Diagram is similar to reading a road map, in that both have an alphanumeric border. The Circuit Diagrams in this Manual use letters to represent the horizontal axis, and numbers for the vertical axis. These Circuit Diagram "grid references" are useful in following a circuit that is spread over two or more sheets.

When a line representing part of the circuitry is discontinued, a reference will be given at the end of the line to indicate where the rest of the circuitry is located. The first digit refers to the sheet number (printed on the bottom right hand corner of the CAD diagram) and the last two characters refer to the location on that sheet of the continuation of the circuit (e.g, I-D4).

If more than one line is represented (indicated by a double thickness line), a dot with a reference label will follow the route each individual line represents.

6.4 PINDING COMPONENTS ON THE MAIN PCB

To assist in locating components and labelled pads on the PCB layouts and Circuit Diagrams, a component grid reference index has been provided. This index lists the components and pads in alphabetical order, along with the appropriate alphanumeric grid references.

The first digit In the Circuit Diagram reference is the sheet number, and the last two characters give the location of the component on that sheet.

The first digit in the PCB layout reference is a "I" or "2", indicating the top or bottom side layout respectively, and the last two characters give the location of the component on that diagram.

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The grid reference index is located between Diagrams 4 &: 5.

The locations of commonly used test pads and options connectors are also shown on the Test Points &: Options Diagrams (Diagrams 7 & 8).

6.' DC CHECKS 6.5.1 POWER RAILS

Refer to Diagrams 7 &: 8 for test point locations, and to the regulator fault finding chart (Section 6.7) for fault diagnosis.

Check "the 9Y (TP2) and 13.8Y (TPl) power supply test points in the audio compartment with a DMM.

Check the 20Y (TP3) regulator output at the test point in the regulator compartment.

Check the 5Y (TP4) regulator output at the test point in the regulator compartment and on pin 4 of IC30 1.

6.5.2 VCO LOCKING

Using a DMM, monitor the yeO control voltage at the long lead of LI (located near the electrolytic capacitor on the VCO PCB).

If the synthesiser is locked and the veo aligned, the voltage at this point should be between 3 and lOY.

If the VCO is not locked, refer to the syntheslser fault finding chart (Section 6~8).

6.5.3 MUTE OPERATION

The front panel LED will show the status of the mute circuitry. It will be lit when a signal is received above the threshold level. It should always be possible to open the mute gate by rotating the mute potentiometer fully clockwise, or by enabling the monitor with the front panel switch.

If the mute fails to operate correctly, refer to the mute fault finding charts (Sections 6.9 &: 6.10).

6.6 RF CHECKS

6.6.1 YCO FREQUENCY

Check that the YCO is phase locked (refer to Section 6.5.2).

Connect a frequency counter (level + 1 OdBm) to the veo input to the mixer (IC300).

Monitor the local oscillator frequency and check that it is 45MHz below the required receive frequency.

Refer to the synthesiser fault finding chart (Section 6.8) for further information.

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6.6.2 RF SENSITIVITY

Ensure that the VCO is on the correct frequency and the receiver correctly aligned.

Check that the sensitivity into the front end is -1l7dBm (UWB -1I4dBm) (typical).

If the sensitivity is poor, the fault can be traced by measuring the sensitivity into successive circuit blocks. Prepare a test cable by connecting a InF capacitor to the end of a length of coax cable as shown in Figure 10 •

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COAX

CONNECT TO £AR.1H

Figure 10 RF Test Cable

Note: Before using the test cable, ensure the coax braid is connected to an earth point on the PCB.

Using the RF test cable, apply a modulated 4'MHz signal to the test points in the IF section, or an on-channel RF signal to the front end test breaks.

Check that the sensitivity at each test point is within 2dB of the levels

shown on the Circuit Diagram (NB & WB only). '

Poor sensitivity indicates a fault in one of the circuit blocks following the test point.

Note: Poor sensitivity into the mixer can be caused by lack of drive level from -- the VCO (the drive level should be >+7dBm).

Refer to the receiver fault finding charts (Section 6.11) for further information.

6.6.3 TCXO ST ABILITY

While maintaining a low level unmodulated RF input to the receiver, loosely couple into the first IF an additional high level signal at 4'MHz - a constant low frequency beat note should be heard.

Tap the TCXO with a finger and replace it if the beat note permanently changes.

6.6.4 IF DISTORTION

If after careful IF alignment (Section 4.7 or 4.8) the audio distortion is still high, the IF should be swept to investigate the bandpass response.

Apply an on channel RF signal modulated at 10Hz with 12kHz [6kHz] (2'kHz) deviation at an amplitude of -80dBm.

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Connect the modulating 10Hz audio signal to the "X" input of an oscilloscope and observe the 455kHz IF atSK300/3 via a suitable RF probe on the "Y" input.

Note: The X input should be DC coupled.

Check that the swept response has a rounded top and no sharp nonlinearities (refer to Figure 11).

Increase the RF level to -50dBm; the trace will now show the shape of the 455kHz ceramic filter (&XF302).

Check that the response has no sharp non-linearities.

If sharp non-linearities do occur, replace the filter and sweep to confirm a satisfactory solution (refer to Figure 12).

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- It- - -I I -r"-,..... ,+ I

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FIgure 12 Ceramic Filter Swept Response

Page 6.4

- - - . 111- •

-~ ..

T88' Fault Finding

6.7 REGULATOR FAULT FINDING CHART

Check for overheatIng components & short cIrCUIts

Check continuIty from D-range connector pin 9

N

Check Q200. Q201 & IC201

y

Check Q202 Is 20V on C2077 1-----1>1 sw I tch I nQ at opprox. 180kHz

N

Page 6.'

T88.5 Fault Finding

6.& SYNTHESISER F AUL T PINDING CHARTS

A Refer to VCO Circuit Diagram

8 Refer to synthesiser Circuit Diagram

1----(>1 Check 9V reo.

Check blcslng resistors. 04 , 05

Check 04 C i----.p.j multiplier (eynth)

y

Check 8.C7. 8oC8. tel, C6 &

01 8. 02 In VCO

Check slgnol PGth from veo to prescl!lI er

Check synth delte 100dlno ccts: chotlQe EPROM: ch6l1ge synth IC3

Check b lISe I no 1----coI res I stors. 01. 02 8. 03

Replece If feulty

N

Does ICI pin 3 O/P freq. change with VCO trimmer when VCO not locked?

y

Does IC3 pIn 1 PDA change level at the programmed synth freq?

y

Check loop fit tar N Does contra I ! I ne

cct around IC4 10---1 O/P level chenge on IC4 pin I?

N

Check 5V reo & t---c>t supp I Y res latar to each Ie

20V Inverter supply toulty

Check biasing resIstors & 01

y

N Check at ICI

pin 3; replace lei I f no output

N 0085 VCO trimmer ed- 1Cr--""':::)--l Just for stOOle control lIne between 3 8. IOV?

y

N

correct?

y

Does veo trimmer ~_N __ ~edJust for required frequency renoe between 3 8. IOV?

Continued on next page.

Page 6.6

T8S' Fault Finding

C Refer to synthesiser Circuit Diagram

I vco looked on I
wrano treq?
y
Correct channel N
selected? I Set correct I
(switches on ., chennel
externel lines)
y
Continuity OK N
between EPROM 8. Repe I r trocks I
le3 on 3 address
8. 4 data lines?
y
Check tor edge
Does togg I I no N trensltlon on
eech of the 3 LSB IC3 pin 14 for
DIP switches 3 LSB DIP switch
change the freq? operetlan; If wron~.
check CIS. CI6 8. C .
C4. C6 on EPRCM PCB
Y
Check freq. up- N Check presence
dates correctly of low level on
when supply IC3 pin 14 for
toggled orr 8. on >200ms on switch on;
change le3
y
Substitute EPROM N
with known good Prov I de new EPROM I
unit;
Is freq. wrong?
y
Replace IC3; I
syntheslser OK D

Refer to synthesiser & VCO Circuit Diagrams

NO I sy synth: poor
selectivity &/or
poor residUal FH

VCO cRh8se looked? N
iGotoSI
3-1 V present on
contra I I I ne?
y
Correct DC V N Check Inductors.
present on 01 VCO? b I es I" res I store
01
y
Loop 11 I tel'" II. N

components around Replace 11 1aulty
Integrator op amp OK?
y

I Change tr I mmer: I N
stili noisy? I
y
I Chonge 01; , N
stili noisy? J
y .. "
I ChenQe TCXO; I N
stili nOisy? I
y
Change varactors; ~
stili nOisy?
y
I Replace VCO I
assembly
y
I Synthes I ser OK
Page 6.7

T88' Fault Finding

6.9 NOISE MUTE FAULT FINDING CHART

Ensure PLI04 Is
eet for noise
mute operation
J
App I y on chan. .Modulated 3kHz CI.Sk
s I gnat -ll7dBm.
to receiver
¢

YI Audio on I N Refer to Rx
I IC301 pin 9? I fault findIng
chart


Rotate mute ~ Noise on I N Check components
pot c/w & cc/w IC301 pin 117 J around active
& view LED fitter
J Y

Does LED ~ Amptlf led N I Check 0308 I
toogie on/off? noise on C360? L & 0309
Y ¢ Y

SWitch S\lIOO to Approx. 0.6V DC N Check 0300 Is
ensure mute Is fc;l- rect-nolse rectifying nolee
not dlselbled on pad 114?
~ ~ Y
Check 0103. Vary RF level &
0105 & al06 observe voltage
for operation on pad 114
b

Y Mutable audio Pad II 4 vo I taoe N Check adJ.
OK of RV300
on outputs? varies o to 1. BV? (gain adJ. )
~ Y
N

Refer to audIo Adjust mute
fault flndlnO pot. RVIOO 8-
chart observe voltage
[CIOO pin 3
~
Voltage varies N CheCk 9V ral I &
resistors R149.
o to 2.5V? I RIOO & RIOI
o Y

Set RF signal
level to -117dBm.
Rotate mute pot.
RVIOO c/w & cc/w
!
Monitor voltage N
on I C I 00 pin I. Replace ICIOO
Swltchlno O-BV
as pot rotated?
~ Y
Monitor voltage
on I C 100 p rn 7. N Check/rep I ace I
SwItchIng 0- BV ICIOO & 0100
as pot rotated?
~Y
Monitor voltage N
on ped 101. Replace 0100
SwItchIng O-BV
as pot rotated?
6 y
Y N Check/replace
Y Does LED toggle? QI02 & 0102
Page 6.8

Hz] (4kHz) deviation' 1kHz.

T88" Fault Finding

6.10 CARRIER MUTE FAULT FINDING CHART

Ensure PLI04 IS
set for carrIer
mute operetlon
& RSSI board
Is fItted

App I Y on chen. "'Mod. by 1kHz sl2nel with
srgnel -IIOdBm*
to receIver 3kHz [ t . 5kHz) ( kHZ) dev I et I

l AudIo on N Refer to Rx
IC301 pin 9? fault fInding
chart
y
I. Check sattlng of RV301
Approx. 2V at N 2. Check operatIon
o Ranoa pin 5? I 3. of reguletor IC302
Check fiction of 0307
y 4. Replace RSS! board

Rotete carrier
mute pot RVI04 c/w
& cc/w & view LED

y Does LEO
1 toogie on/off?
I N

Switch 51'100 to <J-- I Approx. 5V on N Check/replace
ensure mute Is
not dlsebled rCI04 p l n 17 ICI04 & BdJolnlnc
components .' .
~ ~ y

Check 0103. Adjust cerrler '"
aiDS & 0106 mute pot. RVI04 &
for operation observe voltage
on rCI04 pin 6
~
y
OK Mutoble audio I Vo I tage vor r es N Check 9V r-et I &
on outputs? o to 5V? resIstors R154.
~ Y RI55 & RVt04
N
Refer to BudlO Set RF slgnel level
feult findIng to -IIOdBm. Rotate
chart carrIer mute pot
RVI04 c/w & ce/w
~
MonItor vOlta~e N
on ICI04 pin . ~ Replace rCl04l
SWItching O-BV
as pot rotated?
~ y
Mon I tor vo I ta~e
on ICIOO pIn . N Check/rep I ace 1
Swltchlno O-BV ICIOO & 0100
as pot rotated?
~ y
Monitor voltage N
on pad 101. -I Rep I ace a I 00 l
Switching O-BV
as pot rotated?
y ¢
1 Does LED toggle? 1 N r Cheek/reg I Bee I

0102 & 102 Page 6.9

on

T88' FaultFinding

6.11 RECEIVER FAULT PINDING CHARTS

A

(-114d8m for lNB)

Ensure veo RF & I F correct! y aligned

Check DC conditione OK?

(see cct dlag.>

Replece faulty device

N

y

Check sensitIvity Into each stege (see 6.4.2)

8

HIOh audIo
distortion
~

Quad co i t L321 N Adjust L321.
tune for min.
distortion (flet Retune all
audIo response)? IF co r Is
y

Check VCO N IRs-ad Just TCXO J
frequency I frequency
OK?
~Y
Check IF N
J Adjust IF coils J
ell8nment
K?
y
Check distortIon fault In IC301.
Check N IC30t pin 9 N &XF302. 0306.
dIstortion Injecting 45MHz r----<> 0305. &XF301 or
IC301 pin 9 I -47dBm Into TPI3 surround I no
OK? at 0305 Input circuItry.
OK? Check/replace
y !y
Inject 45MHz Check
Bfter mixer N sensitiVIty .J Repel r- stege I
Feult find eudlo IF output TPII Into each
Measure dIstortion If stege
OK?
~ Y

Inject on chan.
Check TCXO
RF Into mixer N stcblllt~ y Refer to synth.
RF Input 1. 8. (see 6.4. ) fault finding
Measure distortion OK? chart
OK?
S !Y
I Rep tece TCXO I
_" Page 6.10

T885 Fault Finding

6.12 AUDIO FAULT FINDING CHART

Apply on chen. *Moduloted 3kHz [1.Sk
61 ~ne.l -117dBm*
o receiver
~

Audio on I N Refer to Rx
IC301 pin 91 I .~ fault finding
chart
! Y

AudiO on I N Check
ICIOI pin 17 I components
Bround ICtOI
~ Y
AudIo at N

top of RVI02 Replace Cl12
& RVI037
~ Y
Ensure mute
pot fully
cLockwise
!
N Refer to mute

Mute LED on? fault finding
!v chart


I Audio on N Refer to mute
CIIS/CI16? fauLt fIndIng
chort
¢y
Audio on N Replece
ICI02 pin 2 &
[C103 pin 2? fauLty device

~Y

I AudiO on I N Replece C122
speaker? I &. check
continuity
~Y

Aud loon I I ne N Check/repLace
monitor (pad 117) output
& line output? components
~ Hz] (4kHz) deviation Ii 1kHz.

Page 6.11

T88.5 Installation

SECTION 7 INSTALLA nON 7.1 RACK MOUNTING

The T885 base station receiver is designed for use in a standard 483mm rack frame using a Tait T800 Series guide which locates and mates the rear D-range connectors (refer to Figures 13 & 14).

A T800 Series guide is supplied with each T885 receiver. The guide is located in the rack frame with four screws, two at the rear and two at the front. The T885 is secured into the guide with two front panel mounting screws.

The RF input is via the rear N-type connector, while all DC, audio and control connections are via the D-range connector. An additional rear D-range connector (T800-03) is fitted when remote multichannel operation or additional control of low frequency lines is required.

Rack Mountln

Chassis l10untln

Figure 13 T800 Series Guide

mountin Hole

O-Range Plug

(~Ith locetln Ins)

Figure 14 T885 Chassis Connectors

Page 7.1

T88.5 Installation

7.2 RACK WIRING

Wire the D-range connector as shown in Figure 15. Ensure that the cables are not subjected to any stresses due to tight bends or incorrect lengths.

The RF coaxial cable to the N-type connector should be free from acute bends or twists. If access to the rear of the rack frame is restricted, the cable should be long enough to permit full withdrawal of the chassis from the guide.

Pin 9 Pin 1


+Ve
Line I/Pl
Line I/P2~ Short together for

Line I/P3 normal operation

Gate DIP Line I/P4
{common 1
RSS]
Relay N. D. 1
Audio

Audio 2

Spkr.
Gnd

Pin 15 Pin 8 Figure 1.5 D-Range Wiring - Rear View

7.3 POWER SUPPLY

If a non-standard Tait power supply is used, ensure that it is capable of providing enough current to drive the T800 system and is also free from excessive ripple or noise.

The system should be protected by the use of appropriately rated fuses in the power supply. Where several receivers are powered by the same supply, each unit should be individually protected with a fuse.

Note: It is particularly important when the prime power source is a battery that fuses be fitted in all supply lines.

7.If REVERSE POLARITY PROTECTION

A shunt diode is fitted to each T88.5 receiver for protection against connection to a power supply of incorrect polarity.

Note: A fuse must be fitted in the power supply line for the diode to provide effective protection.

Page 7.2

T885 System Configurations

SECTION & SYSTEM CONFIGURA nONS 8.1 GENERAL

Tait Fixed Equipment transmitters and receivers may be assembled into a wide variety of fixed equipment systems, from a simple land mobile base to a complex linking system operating in hot standby mode.

8..2 LINK SELECTABLE FEATURES

The T885 comes with a number of link selectable features which give added system flexibility.

8.2.1 FLAT OR DE-EMPHASISED RESPONSE

The links of PLlOl and PLl03 may be set to give either a flat or de-emphasised audio frequency response (refer to Section 4.4 for further details).

8.2.2 MUTE RELAY CONTROL

A relay with undedicated contacts (RLlOO) is available in the audio processor circuit block for various switching applications. A link (PLl02) is available for control of the relay from the mute circuit (refer to Section 4.4). This makes the relay suitable for controlling the keying of a transmitter in repeater applications.

8.2.3 MUTE SELECTION

"Link PL104 may be set to operate with noise mute or carrier mute (refer to Section 4.4).

8.2.4 RECEIVER DISABLE

The receiver audio can be disabled by pulling the "Rx disable" line low. When the circuit is pulled from low to high, the receiver audio cannot be re-enabled until the disable timer completes its operation. This time is variable from 15ms to 200ms by adjusting RVlOl in the audio processor section.

If required, the operation of this circuit can be disabled by changing the link of PLIOO from 1-2 to 2-3.

Typical applications of the receiver disable are as an extra mute for signalling purposes, or when the T885 is configured as a line controlled base station (refer to Section 8.4)

8.2.5 CTCSS CONFIGURATION

Links PL105 &. PLl06 select various CTCSS options (refer to Section 9.5.4).

8.2.6 300Hz HIGH PASS FILTER

Link PLI05 also allows the insertion of this filter to improve hum and noise performance.

Page 8.1

T88' System Configurations

8.3 TALK THROUGH REPEATER

Refer to Figure 16.

In this configuration the receiver directly keys the transmitter when the signal is received. The demodulated audio is fed via 600 ohm lines to the transmitter to modulate the carrier. The receiver and transmitter operate simultaneously and must therefore be on different frequencies. The minimum frequency separation depends on the duplexer used.

\7

Acv,ol

R.t Du1 'N' 5oc.ktil'

r---

Uic.. in '----r--

a

--

'----t+ V?&v. &uPPLY ....-----1-

~

Figure 16 Talk Through Repeater

8.4 LINE CONTROLLED BASE ST A nON (WITHOUT TALK THROUGH)

RX DISABlE

Figure 17 Basic Configuration

Page 8.2

T8g, System Configurations

This installation contains a transmitter and receiver which mayor may not be on the same frequency, thus simultaneous transmission and reception is not possible. When the transmitter is keyed, the coaxial relay is also energised. When the relay is in its rest position, signals from the aerial are passed to the receiver.

The receiver is disabled when the transmitter is energised to prevent the receiver mute opening from RF due to lack of isolation in the relay, direct radiation or the noise skirt of the dual frequency link.

Since the base station may be controlled via a 2-wire line and a 4-wire to 2-wire hybrid, there is a possibility of system oscillation if the receiver is not disabled during transmit. This occurs when the transmit energy enters the receiver and produces an audio response which can pass from the receive to the transmit audio part of the hybrid (impedance imbalance, etc).

TXN

RXAf

t----o M I CROPI-DE SPEAKER .--------..JPTT

Figure 18 Remote Line Controlled Base Station

8.4.1 TRANSMITTER TAIL TIMER

Tx. tNABL£ --,

A /lx. D/~"'3Lr I .... ~

To: OM I IX. sso. __J

/U.o;1-----1

t:= K.x DISABLE: TIME:

NO Tx. or /{r. rAIL TIME

Figure 19 Receiver Disable Time vs Tail Time

Page 8.3

T88.5 System Configurations

If the transmitter has a tail timer fitted:

1. The receiver disable timer must be set so that tRx/Dis > tTx/Tail.

2. If the system configuration also uses an aerial changeover relay as well as the tail timer, the changeover relay must be driven from the relay driver (Q10.5) in the audio processor rather than by Tx key or Tx enable.

3. Depending on tail time requirements, it is possible for the transmitter tail time to exceed the receiver disable time capability. In this situation the receiver disable line should also be driven from relay driver QI0.5.

8.5 DC LINE KEYING

Where the transmitter and receiver are separated by only a short distance and DC isolation is not required, DC loop keying may be employed.

A small DC current (usually less than lOrnA) can be fed via the balanced 2-wire line to provide remote control of various functions.

In a duplex system the receiver mute is used to key a transmitter, provided there is a common earth between the two units (refer to Figure 20).

T885 RECEIVER

T881 TRANSMITTER

L...:::.~=~-O--1 PIN:3 PINf

PIN 1 t--Q"o!..L:.J~::!6----l

Mil

'-----------'-=0....,- \" It.

- """---\

OPTiONRL.

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PIli If D205 PIlOUSSOt.

OPTO ur f : ~---I KWNG LOCoIe.

PI""Z

EIIII.TH

Figure 20 DC Loop Keying With Common Earth

Where the receiver and transmitter (or remote control) are distant, DC loop keying is provided by an isolated supply, driver and detector because an earth cannot be relied on (refer to Figures 21, 22 & 23).

Page 8.4

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T88.5 System Configurations

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-

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0 Figure 21 Isolated Constant Current Loop Current Detector (Opto-key input on T88I)

Gl06 8D139

~\ --_ Li--

-, I J

-VI.

+v"

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Figure 22 Isolated Loop Current Switch

UNIT 1

long line

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Figure 23 Typical System

Page 8 • .5

T88.5 Standard Options

SECTION 9 STANDARD OPTIONS 9.1 GENERAL

The T88.5 is available with a range of standard options to suit many requirements. For further details on these or more specialised options, please contact your nearest Tait dealer or agent.

9.2 TCXO

A high stability TCXO is available to suit specific requirements. The stability of this and the standard TCXO is set out below:

.±.lppm .±.l..5ppm

O°C to +60oC

-30°C to +60°C (standard)

They are pin compatible devices and may be fitted in location =IC2 in the synthesiser compartment.

Refer to Section 1.3 for details of specific versions.

9.3 RSSI

The RSSI is a plug-in option PCB which may be retrofitted to the receiver. It provides a DC voltage proportional to the received signal strength. This voltage is available at the rear D-range connector and may be used for various applications including voting.

Typical voltage against signal strength characteristics are shown in Figure 24 . below:

7

.--
V
V
V
V
V
L/ 5

o -'30 -'20 -110 -'00 -"0 -so -70 -"D

R.F S/t:.AfRL STR.£Mc..nl (dAm.)

Figure 24 RSSI Voltage vs Signal Strength

When fitted, the RSSI also gives the capability of high level signal strength muting, which may be selected on PLI04 (refer to Section 4.4). The mute threshold may be set between -115dBm and -70dBm on RVI04.

Page 9.1

TSS.5 Standard Options

For multichannel operation it is necessary to fit an additional D-range connector (TSOO-03) to the rear of the chassis and replace the standard plug-in EPROM PCB with the TSOO-07 multichannel memory PCB. Three channel select lines (CH SEL 0, 1 de 2) are brought into the D-range connector compartment and should be connected to pins 11, 12 and 13 of the extra D-range, providing 8 channel control. The fourth wire is earth and should be soldered onto the main PCB.

9.4 MULTICHANNEL 9.4.1 REMOTE

For remote operation it is necessary to disable these three lines internally by switching the 3 least significant address DIP switches (SW 1:1-3) to the off position. Channel selection is achieved by pulling one or more of the channel select lines low.

If more channels are required (up to 128 are available), a hole must be drilled in the end wall of the synthesiser compartment to route the extra channel select wires. Later models may have an access slot between the synthesiser and D-range compartments.

9.4.2 INTERNAL SELECTION

The EPROM can be loaded with up to 128 channel frequencies, "each of which is addressable via the 8 bit DIP switch (SWI). Thus, one of 128 channel operation is possible.

9 • .5 crcss

9.5.1 SINGLE CHANNEL - SINGLE TONE

For single tone use, the T800-02 unit should be used. This is a retrofit PCB which is mounted on the specially provided lugs in the audio processor compartment of the receiver (refer to Figure 2.5).

M3x8 Taptrte Screws

Figure 2.5 TSOO-02 Mounting Details

Access to all necessary audio and power supply points is provided by accessory pads in the audio processor. Refer to Figure 26 for installation and wiring details.

Page 9.2

T88' Standard Options

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Outputs are available on the receiver to key the transmitter, when used in a repeater situation, and to pass the CTCSS tone to the exciter. Connections to the exciter are given in Section 8.

If required, the CTCSS processing can be carried out in the transmitter (refer to M881-00). In this case the CTCSS tone is passed along the 600 ohm line and decoded in the transmitter.

9 . .5.2 MULTICHANNEL - SEPARATE TONES

In applications where each RF channel has a separate CTCSS tone, it is necessary to take the CTCSS tone select lines to the additional rear D-range connector. From the D-range, up to eight RF channels and any of the CTCSS tones can be selected by grounding the necessary pins.

9 • .5.3 SINGLE CHANNEL - MULTI-TONE

Where more than one tone is used on the same channel, some form of external encoding/decoding such as the T310-0.5 or T310-10 must be used. The system should be connected as shown in Figure 27.

RECEIVER AUDIO 2 -.. PIN 7: FILTF.REO AUDIO

AUDIO I o PIN 6: SPEECH+ TON:!
PIN 11: Rx GATt!
GATE DIP o PIN 4
LINE DIP Jilt SPEECH

PIN I -.... DR 1
o DR 2
MlLTI-TONE
o DRII MODULE
T310-05
..... DR 6 OR T310-10
o DR 4
PIN 1
EXC I TF.R LINE lIP JI~
PIN 4 ,
cress TO·"" PIN B: cress TONE
TXKEYO P (NI3: TX KEY
Figure 27 Multi-Tone Control with T310-0' or T310-10

Page 9.3

T88.5 Standard Options

An alternative configuration is to send speech plus tone along the 600 ohm line and carry out the detection on the transmitter audio. However, this would require the 300Hz high pass filter formed by QI09 to be linked out, thus degrading the residual hum and noise performance by IOdS.

Refer to the transmitter Service Manual (M881-00) for further details.

9 • .5.4 AUDIO PROCESSOR LINKING DETAILS FOR CTess

The audio processor links must be appropriately connected for the CTCSS option used, as shown in the table below.

CTess Option PLIO.5 PLI06
standard, no eTeSS 2-3 2-3
CTeSS tone + speech 1-2 2-3
to line output
internal eTeSS 4-.5 2-3
external eress 4-.5 1-2 The conditions stated in the above table are defined as follows:

* standard, no eress

- no eTeSS or other sub-audio signalling used

- audio bandwidth 300Hz to 3kHz

- hum & noise -49dB [-44dB] (-44dB)

* cress tone + speech to line output

- tone and speech transmitted down 600 ohm line

- audio bandwidth 10Hz to 3kHz

- hum & noise -39dB [-34dB] (-34dB)

- decoding performed in exciter/transmitter

* internal eTeSS

- decoding performed in receiver by T800-02 or similar

- re-encoded tone output via "audio 2", speech sent down 600 ohm line

* external eTCSS

- decoding performed through the receiver (but externally) by T310-05 or similar

- speech injected back into receiver via "audio 2" and sent down 600 ohm line

Page 9.4

T88.5 Parts List

SECTION 10 PARTS LIST INTRODUCTION

The 10 digit numbers (000-00000-00) in this Parts List are "internal part numbers" (lPN's). Your spare parts orders can be handled more efficiently if you quote: equipment type, circuit reference and lPN, along with a brief description of the part.

The components listed in this Parts List are divided into two main types: those with a circuit reference (e.g, C2, DI06, R121, etc) and those without (miscellaneous and mechanical).

Those with a circuit reference are grouped firstly by PCB, then by component type in numerical order. Each component entry comprises four columns: the circuit reference, variant number (if applicable), IPN and description. A number in the variant column indicates that this particular component is fitted only to that variant.

The miscellaneous and mechanical section lists the variant and common parts in IPN order.

Page 10.1

INDEX

Main PCB:

VCO PCB EPROM PCB RSSI PCB

T88.5 Parts List

Capacitors Diodes Hellcats

Integrated Circuits Coils Headers/Plugs Transistors Resistors Sockets/Switches Transformers Crystal Filters

10.3 10.4 10.4 10.4 10.4 10 • .5 10.5 10.5 10.6 10.6 10.6

10.7 10.8

10.9

Miscellaneous & Mechanical

10.10

Page 10.2

REF VAR

T885 MAIN BOARD PARTS LIST

IPH

DESCRIPTION

Cl 02 C3 04 C5 C6 C7 CIS C9 C.3 Cl~ CIS CI6 crz CI9 C20 021 C22 C23 C2. C25 C26 027 C2lI C30 C3. C32 C33 ~ C3S C36 C36 C39 040 04. 042 CIOO &Cl0l

&CIOI &Cl0l &CIOI &CIOI &CIO' &C.OI &CIOI C.02 &CI03

&C'03 &CIOO &C'OO &C103 &C103 &Cl03 &C.03 &C'03 &0103 &C.o-I &C,o-I &Clo-1 &C,o-I &C,o-I &C,o-I &C 1 0-1 &C I 0-1 CUM. &CI06 &CI06 &CI06 &CI06 &CI06 &CI06 &CI06 &C.06 &0106 &C,06 Cl01 C,08 CliO CII' CII2 CII3 CIH CIIS CII6 CII7 CI18 Ol1g C,20 C,2, 0122 CI23 C,Z. C'25 C126 C127

015-231~1 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP I_ 5 .. HPO O,5-08,()().<18 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP lOON 10li0 lUR 015-21ezG.Ol CN'ACITOR CERAMIC 0105 CHIP IP2 ... oO.25P 015-231~. CAPACITOR CElWoIIC 0105 CHIP 1_ 5 .. HPO 015-231~. CAPACITOR CEIWMC 0105 CHIP 1_ 5 .. HPO 0.5-23.~1 CAPACITOR CEflAMC 0805 CHIP 1_ 5 .. HPO 015-231~. CAPACITOR CEIWMC 0805 CIlIP ,_ 5 .. HPO 015-231~1 Cld'AClTOR CERAMIC 0105 CHIP 1_ 5 .. HI'O 015-08.()().<18 Cld'ACITOR a!RAMIC 1206 CHIP .OON ,0lI0 lUR 020-0II,00-03 CAPACITOR ELEctRO RADW.. lOUF 5fN 5Xl1101M 015-08100-0e CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP lOON 10li0 lUR 0.5-22MO-O. CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 56P 5 .. HPO 5 015-_ CAPACITOR CElWoIIC 0lI05 CHIP MOP 10 .. xm 015-~1O-O8 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0lI05 CHIP 470P '0" X7R 0,5-08.00-0e CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP .OON 10" lUR 020-0II.00-03 CAPACITOR ELEctllO RADIAl. IOUF 5fN 5lC',1oIM 015-25.00-08 ClJ'AClTOR CEAAMIC 0lI05 CHIP ION 10 .. lUR 015-25.50-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP .5N 10 .. X7R 022.06330-03 CAPACITOR METAL POL vmER 330N 10" 5fN 5 020-0II100-03 CAPACITOR ELEctRO RADIAl. ,OUF 5I:N 5X.l MM 0.5-05410-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP 47N 10110 lUR 025-08100-02 CAPACITOR TIINT IlEAl) ION 10.. .6Y 025-08100-02 CAPACITOR TANT BEAD 10M .0 ... 6Y 0.5-08100-0e CAPACITOR CERAIoIIC 1206 CHIP ,OON ,0lI0 lUll 015-08100-0e CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP , OON ,0lI0 lUR 015-08.00-0e CAPACITOR CERAMIC .206 CHIP lOON 10,. X1R 015-08,00-0e CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1:lO6 CHIP lOON 10,. X1R 015-24.00-0e CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP IN 10.. lUR 5 015-2,82G-l)1 ClJ'AClTOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 'P2 "'-O.25P 015-08100-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1205 CHIP ,OON .0lI0 X7R 020-08,00-03 CAPACITOR ELEctllO RADW.. IOUf Sl1V sxu MM 025-08100-02 CAPACITOR TIINT BEAD , OM '0" ,6Y 025-08100-02 CAPACITOR TANT BEAD 'OM '0.. 16Y 0,s.06.00-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP lOON '0" X7A 015-2 •• 00-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0lI05 CHIP IN 10,. lUR 5 0'5-08.00-08 ClJ'ACITOR CERAMIC .206 CHIP lOON 10,. X1R 0~7100-02 CAPACITOR ELEctRO RADIAl. 1M 5JN SXllMM

10 015-24410-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0lI05 CHIP 4N7 .0,. lUR

12 0'5-24410-08 CAP"ClTOR CEAAMIC 0805 CHIP 4H7 .0" XTA

15 015-2447O-a1 CAPACITOR CEAAMlC 0805 CHIP 4N7 10,. X7R

17 0'5-24410-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 C10IIP 4N7 10,. lUR

20 015-24470-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP .N7 10.. X7R

22 015-24410-08 ClJ'A.CfTOR CERAMIC 0lI05 CHIP 4N7 10,. X711

25 015-24410-08 CA.PACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 4N7 10" X1R

21 0.5-24410-08 CA.PACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP ~N7 10,. X1R

020-08470-02 CAPACITOR ELECTRO RADIAl. .7M 16Y 6XI'MM

10 01~1O-O8 CA.PAClTOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP ~1N 10.. X1A.

12 0lS.os.1O-08 CAPACITOR CEAAMIC 1206 CHIP .7N '0" X1A.

,. 015·~10-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 410P .0 .. X1R

15 (l15.os.70-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP .7N 10,. X7R

11 015·_70-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP .m 10 .. X1R

20 015.os.70-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP .1N '0" X1R

22 015-05410-08 CA.PACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP .1N 10,. X7R

14 015-23410-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 C10IIP 410P 10 .. X1R

25 01~ro-oe CA.PACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP UN .0 .. X1R

27 01~70-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP 41N .0 ... X7R

10 0'5-2.220-01 CA.PACITOA CERAMIC 0805 CHIP ZP2 "'-O.25P

12 015-2.220-0. CAPA.CfTOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 2P2 .tOO.25P

IS 015-2.220-0. CA.PAClTOA CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 2P2 ... -O.25P

17 0,5-2.220-0. CAPAClTOII CERAMIC 0lI05 CHIP 2P2 +IoO.ZSP

20 015·21220-01 CA.PAClTOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 2P2 +I-O.25P

22 0'5-21220-0. CAPA.CfTOR CEAAMlC 0805 CHIP 2P2 +I-O.25P

25 015·21220-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0S05 CHIP 2P2 +I·(L25P

27 015-21220-0. CA.PACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 2P2 +IoO.ZSP

015-081 ~ CA.PACfTOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP IlION 10 .. X7R

10 015-22470-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 47P S" HPO S

'2 0.5-22.70-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC _ CHIP 41P 5 .. NPO 5

,. DI5-2322Q.()1 CA.PA.CfTOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 220P 5,. NPO

'5 015-22470-01 ClJ'ACfTOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 47P 5 .. NPO 5

17 015-22.70-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 41P 5 .. NI'O 5

20 015-22.70-01 CA.PAClTOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP .1P 5,. NPO 5

2Z 015-22470-01 CAPACITOII CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 41P 5 .. NPO S

Z. 015-2322Q.()1 CAPACITOR CERAMIC _ CHIP 220P 5" NPO

25 015-22470-0' CAPACITOR CERAIoIIC 0805 CHIP 41P S" NPO 5

27 015-22'70-0, CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 41P 5,. NPO 5 015-Z441O-08 CAP"ClTOII CERAMIC 0805 C10IIP 4N7 10,. X7R 015-241(j().08 CAPACfTOII CERAMtC 0805 CHIP .N .0 .. X7R 5 020-0II100-03 CA.PAClTOR ELECTRO RADIAl .OOM 16V 8XIIMM 015-24410-08 CA.PACfTOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 4N7 .0 .. X1R 020-08100-03 CA.PAClTOR ELECTRO RADIAl tOUF 5I:N 5XII MM 015-24100-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0S05 CHIP IN 10" X1R 5 015-24100.a. CA.PACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP IN 10,. X7R 5 015-08100-08 CA.PACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP lOON 10 .. X1R 015-06100-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1206 ctllP IlION 10,. X7R 1I2O-091~ CAPA.CfTOR ELECTRO RADIAl 100M 16V 8XIIMM (12O.O81~ CAPACITOR ELECTRO MDIAL 100M .6Y 8X'IMM 015-24.00-0II CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 'N 10 .. X1R 5 015-24.00-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP IN 10,. X1R 5 0'5-06.00-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP lOON '0" X7R 020-09470-05 CAPACITOR ELEctRO RADIAl 410M 16Y 10X12. 015-06100-01 CAPA.CfTOR CERAMIC '206 CHIP lOON 10,. X1R _.00-03 CA.PACITOR ELEctRO RADIAl. 100M ,6Y 8X1IMM 020-09220-0. CAPACITOR ELECTRO RADIAl 220M 16Y 10X12. 015-06100-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC '205 CHIP .OON to.. X1R 02O-O922(l..(). CAPACITOR ELECTRO RADIAl 220M 16Y IOX.2.

10.3

REF VAR

DESCRIPTION

IPH

CI2I CI29 I.CI30 &.CI3O 1.0130 I.C13O &C,3O ICI30 IC'30 I.Ct3O I.C.3. ICI31 &.CI3. 1.013. 1.0131 I.C'3' ICI32 1.0132 ICI32 I.CI32 1.0132 10132 &CI32 &C,32 I.CI32 I.CI32 CI33

CI34 C.35 C.36 CI37 C.3lI CI39 CUD Cf41 C142 C200 C201 C202 C203 C2(J.I C205 C206 C201 02.0 0211 02.2 02,3 02 •• 02.5 0216 0217 0218 O2.e C220 0221 C222 0301 C302 C303 C304 C305 C306 C301 C308 C309 C310 C311 C3.2 C3.3 C31. C3.5 C3'6 C317 C318 0319 C320 0321 C322 C323 0324 C325 C326 0327 1.C32ll

1.0328 1.C328 1.C328 lC328 lC32a &C32a &C32ll &0328 &0328 C329

015-06100-0e CAPACITOR CERAMIC .206 CHIP .OON 10110 X1R 0.5-011,00-0II CAPACITOR CERAtoIIC 1206 CHIP .OON 10li0 X1R

,0 O'5-ZSI00-0e CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP .ON .0,. X1R

12 015-25,00-08 CAPACITOR a!RAIoIIC 0805 CHIP .ON .0lI0 XTR

'5 0.5-24470-08 CA.PAClTOR CElWoIIC 080S CHIP 4Nl 10,. X1R

.7 015-24410-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 080S CHIP 4N7 10 ... X1R

20 0.5-25,00-08 CAPACITOR CEFIA.MIC 080S CHIP ION 10.. X7R

22 015-2:5,00-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP ION 10" X7R

25 015-2441O-Oe CAPACITOR CERAJoIIC 080S CHIP ~7 10,. X1R

27 015-24410-06 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 080S CHIP 4Nl , OlIo X1R

10 015-24.00-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC OlIOS CHIP IN 10 .. X1A. 5

14 015-24220-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 080S CHIP 2N2 ,0" XTR

'5 0'5-24100-0e CA.PACITOR CEJlAMjC 0lI05 CHIP IN 10,. X1R 5

20 015-24100-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0S05 CHIP IN 10 X1R S

24 015-2oI22O.Q8 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0S05 CHIP 2HZ .0 lI7R

25 015-24100-0II CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP .N .0 .. X7R 5

10 015-24470-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP .NT 10,. X1R

12 0.5-24470-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0S05 CHIP 4Nl .0 .. X1A

'4 015-24410-08 CAPACITOR a!RAMlC 0S05 CHIP 4NT .0 .. XTR

15 015-25100-08 CAPACITOR CEAAMlC 0805 CHIP .OH 10" X7R

17 015-2:5,00-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP IOH 10110 XTR

20 015-24470-08 CAPACITOR CERAIoUC 0805 CHIP 4N7 10,. X7R

22 015-24410-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP ~Nl 10 .. X1R

24 015-24410-08 CAPACITOR CERAIMC 0805 CHIP .N7 10,. X1R

25 015-25100-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP IOH ,0" X7R

27 015-25.00-0II CAPA.CfTOR CERAMIC 0805 C10IIP IOH 10 .. X1R OI5-054]().{11 CAPACITOR CERAMIC .206 CHIP 41N 10,. X1R 020-01410-81 CAPACITOR ELECTIIO RADIAl 4Ml 63V IIX 11 MM 020-07470-,. CAPACITOR ELECTRO MDIAL 4MT 63V 6X1I MM 015-2.100-0e CAPA.CfTOR CERAMIC 080S CHIP .N '0" XTR 5 0.5-24100-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC OlIOS CHIP .N 10" XTR 5 0.5-08100-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP lOON ,0lI0 X7R 0.5-05411).()8 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 12015 CHIP 41N .011 X7R 015-Oll100.0a CAPACITOR CERAioIIC 1206 CHIP 'OON 10,. X7R 015-08100-0e CAPA.CfTOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP lOON .0 .. XTR 020-08.00-03 CAPACITOR ELEctRO RADIAl lOUF Sl1V SX11 MM 015-08100.0a CAPACITOR CERAMIC '206 CHIP lOON .0,. X1R 020-0II.00-03 CA.PAClTOR ELECTRO RADIAl lOUF 5JN 5X'IMM 015-061(10.08 CA.PACITOR CERAMIC '206 CHIP ,OON 10 .. X7R 0'5-24.00-0II CAPACITOR CERAMIC OlIOS C10IIP IN 10li0 lI1R 5 ~70-01 CAP 410M .8V 20 .. ELEC IIIIT IJ"2O 3.5MM LJS 015-244]().{11 CAPACITOA CEAAMIC 0805 CHIP 4Nl 10 .. X1R 015-24100-0e CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP IN '0" X7R II 020-08100-03 CAPACITOR ELECTRO RADIAl 10Uf Sl1V 5XIIMM 0.5-08100-0e CAPACITOR CERAMIC .206 CHIP .OON ,0" X7R 025-08100-02 CAPACITOR TIINT BEAD 10M .0.. 16Y 025-01330-01 CA.PACITOR T/INT BEAD 3M3 35V

0.11-24410-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC D8O$ CHIP 4N7 10,. XTR O2Q.tIl100-02 CAPACITOR ELECTRO RADIAL 1M Sl1V 5X •• MM ~100.Q3 CAP"CITOR ELEctRO RADIAL ,OUP 5I:N 5XllMM 015-08100-0e CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP lOON 10 .. X1R OIS·Zll~1 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 120P 5" NPO OI5-ZlI~1 CA,P"ClTOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 120P 5" NPO OIS-08IOO-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP lOON 10 .. XIII 015-23.20.01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 120P 5" NPO 01 s.o6.00-0e CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1205 CHIP lOON 10110 X7R 015-08.00-0e CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1205 CHIP lOON 10 .. X7R 015-21220-01 CA.PACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 2P2 +/-O.25P 0'5-2.390-0' CA.PACITOR CE!I.AAIIC D8O$ CHIP 3P9 +IoO.25P 015-2.390-0, CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 3P9 +IOO.25P 015-21220-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 C10IIP 2P2 ... -O.25P 015-22210-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC D8O$ CHIP 21P 5" NPO 5 0'5-ZS150-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP .SH '0" X7R 015-2282Q.{)1 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP UP 5 .. NPO 5 015-22820-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 080S CHIP UP 5" NI'O 5 0.5-22820-01 CA,PACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP I12P 511 NPO 5 0.5-061()().<18 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP .OON .0 .. XTR O.5-ZSI()().08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 081)5 CHIP ION 10,. XTR 0.5-22210-0. CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0605 CHIP 21P 5" NPO 5 015-25150-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP , 5N 10" X1R 015-22820-01 CAPA.CfTOR CElIAMIC 0805 CHIP 82P 5,. HPO 5 015-22820-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP UP 5" NPO 5 015-22B20-01 CAPACITOR CEAAMIC 0805 CHIP UP 5,. HPO 5 015-2.330-01 CA.PACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 3P3 +I.a.zsP 015-22390-01 CA.PACITOR CERAMIC OlIOS CHIP 39P 5" NPO 5 015-22390-01 CA.PACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 39P 5" NPO 5 0'5-23.~1 CAPACITOR CERAMIC D8O$ CHIP .2DP 5" NPO 015-21210-01 CAPA.CfTOR CERAMIC 0805 C10IIP 2P7 ... -O.25P 015-24410-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 4N7 10li0 X7R 015-22150-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 15P 5 .. NPO 5 015-2~1O.Q8 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 4N7 10 ... X7A ~I 00-03 CAPACITOR ELECTRO RADIAL lOUF 6011 5XII MM 0.5-24,00-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0605 CHIP IN .0 .. XIR 5 015-25100-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP ION 10,. X1R

10 015-2IezG.O, CAPACITOR CE!I.AAIIC 0805 CHIP eP2 +IoO.25P

12 0'5-21120-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 8P2 +IoO.25P

1. 015-22180-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP lSP 5 ... NPO 5

15 015-21ezG.Ol CAPACITOR CEIIAMIC 0805 CHIP 8P2 +IoO.25P

'7 0.5-21ezG.Ol CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0605 CHIP BP2 +IoO.25P

20 015-21ezG.O. CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 6P2 -O.25P

22 0.5-21120-0. CAPACITOR CEIIAMIC., 0805 CHIP BP2 oO.25P

2. 01 5-22 HIO-O I CAPACITOR CERAMIC 080S CHIP lap 5110 NI'O 5

25 015-2182G-l)1 CA.PACITOR CERAMIC 080S C10IIP aP2 +I-O.25P

2T OI5-21ezG.Ol CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 8P2 .,-O.ZSP 0'5-2.330-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 3P3 ... -O.Z5P

REF

T885 MAIN BOARD PARTS LIST

YAR

DESCRIPTION

IPN

&C330 &C330 &C330 &C330 &C330 &C330 &C330 &C330 &C330 &C330 C331 &C332 &C332 &C332 &C332 &C332 &C332 &C332

10 01rt-21~1 CAPACITOR CEIV.MIC 0805 CHIP Il'2 +I-02SP

12 01S.21~1 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 11'2 +I-O.25P

I~ 015-22150-0. CAPi\CITOR CEMMIC eees CHIP IS$' 5" NPO $

.5 OIrt-21~1 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 11'2 +1-0.261'

17 01l1-21~' CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 81'2 +1-0.261'

20 O,r..2I!20-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 81'2 +1-0.261'

22 OIrt-21!20-01 CAPACITOR CElIAIoUC 0805 CHIP 81'2 +I-02SP

24 015-22150-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0105 CHIP 15P , .. NPO 5

25 OI5-21~1 CAPACITOR caw.uc 0805 CHIP 81'2 +I-02SP

21 01r..21820-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0105 CHIP '1'2 +I-02SP

01rt-21330-01 CAPACITOR CEIV.MIC 0805 CHIP 3P3 +I-O.25P

10 01&.21&20-01 CAPACITOR CEAAIoUC 0105 CHIP 11'2 +I-02SP

.2 01S-2112O-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP Il'2 +I-02SP

I~ 01 &.22110-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0105 CHIP III' 5 .. NPO 5

15 015-21&20-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP IP2 +I-02SP

17 01rt-21820-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0105 CHIP 81'2 +I-O.25P

20 015-2'!20-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0105 CHIP 11'2 +I-O.25P

22 01 rt-21820-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 81'2 +I-O.25P

&C332 24 01S-2211O-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 18P 5" NPO 5

&Cl3l! 25 01 S-21820-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0lI05 CHIP IP2 +I-O.25P

a.= 27 01S-Z.820-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 81'2 "'-O.25P

C333 ~ C335 &C33G &C33G &C330 tC33G &C336 &C336 &CJ30 &C330 &C336 &C330 &C337 &0337 &0337 &0337 &0337 &0337 1.C337 &0337 1.C337 &0337 &C338 &C338 &C338 &C338 &C338 &C338 &C338 &C338 &CJ38 &C338 &0339 &C339 &C339 &C339 &C339 &C339 &C339 &C339 &C339 &C339 C340 CJ.41 C342 C343 C344 C345 C346 CJ.47 C348 C349 Cl50 C351 C352 C353 Cl5-4 elM C356 C357 C35B C359 C360

= C363

C364 C365 C366 C367 C368 C369 0370 0372

10 12 14 .5 17 20 22 2. 25 27 .0 12 .4 IS 17 20 22 24 25 27 10 12 .4 15 17 20 22 2. 25 27 10 .2 14 .5 17 20 22 24 25 21

01rt-2447Q.1)11 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 4N7 10.. X111 01S-2447Q.1)11 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 4Nl 10" X111 0,rt-24100-011 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP IN '0" X711 $ 01 S-2241O-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 47P 5" NPO $ o. 5-22~1O-O1 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 47P , .. NPO 5 o. rt-22220-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 22P 5" NPO 5 o. S-2441O-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 4N7 '0" X111 015-24410-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC oeos CHIP 4N7 10" X711 0.5-22410-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 411' 5 .. NPO 5 01 S-2241O-O, CAPACITOR CEFIAMIC 0805 CHIP 41P 5 .. NPO 5 0.5-22220-0, CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 22P 5" NPO 5 015-24410-118 CAPACITOR C£FIAMIC 0805 CHIP 4Nl 10" X7I'I OIrt-2447Q.1)11 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 4111 .0.. XlII O,rt-22120-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP ,2P 5" NPO 5 OIrt-22120-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP '21' '" NPO 5 015-22210-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 21P 5" NPO 5 0,rt-22100-01 CAPACITOR CEIIAMIC 0805 CH'P lOP +1-0.51' OIrt-22100-01 CAPACITOR CEIIAMIC 0805 CHIP lOP "'-0.51' 015·22120-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 121' 5" NPO 5 015-22120-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 121' '" NPO S 0.rt-22270-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 211' 5" NPO 5 015·22100-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC OIOS CHIP lOP +I-O.5P 01rt-22100-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP lOP +1-0.51' 01S-22120-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0I0!i CHIP 121' 5" NPO 5 015·22120-0. CAPACITOR CERAMIC OIOS CHIP 12P 5" NPO 5 01rt-22270-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 211' 5 .. NPO 5 01S-22100-0. CAPACITOR CERAMIC OIOS CHIP lOP +1-0.51' Dlrt-22100-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP lOP +1-0.51' 01S-22120-01 CAPACITOR CERAloIIC 0805 CHIP 12P.5" NPO 5 01&-22.20-0. CAPACITOR CERAMIC OIOS CHIP ,2P 5" NPO 5 015-22270-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0105 CHIP 211' 5 .. NPO 5 015-22100-0. CAPACITOR CEIV.MIC 0805 CHIP lOP +1.0.51' 015-22.00-0. CAPACITOR ceRAMIC 0805 CHIP lOP +1·0.$1' 01&-22410-01 CAPACITOR ceRAMIC 0805 CHIP 41P~" NPO 5 01 &-22470-0' CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CH'P 411' 5" NPO 5 01 &-22220.0, CAPACITOR CERAMIC oeos CHIP 221' 5" NPO 5 01 &-24470-118 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0lI05 CHIP 4Hl 10" X7R 01 S·2441~ CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 4Nl 10 .. X1R 015·22470-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHII' 471' 5" NPO 5 015·22410-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0lI05 CHIP 41P 5" NPO 5 01 rt-22220-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 221' 5" NPO 5 015·24470-0II CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 4Nl 10" X1R 01 &-2441~ CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0lI05 CHIP 4Nl 10" X1R 0'5·24470-118 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0105 CHIP 4Nl 10" X711 015-24470-118 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 4N7 .0 .. X7R 0,&.244_ CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 4Nl la.. X7R 015-244_ CAPACITOR CERAIoIIC 0105 CHIP 4N7 10 .. X1R 01&-24470-0II CAPACITOR CERAIoIIC 0lI05 CHIP 4N7 10 .. X7R 01&-22150-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0lI05 CHIP '51' 5" llPO 5 02&-01100-02 CAPACITOR TANIT BEAD 10l0I '0.. 16V 015·22150-0. CAPACITOR CERAloIIC 080S CHIP ,5P 5" NPO 5 015-0547Q.1)11 CAPACITOR CERAIoUC 1206 CHIP 41N 10 .. X1R 015-05470-118 CAPACITOR CEIlAMtC '206 CHIP 41N '0" X7R 0.5-24470-118 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0105 CHIP 4N7 10" X1F1 01&-25100-0II CAPACITOR CERAloIIC oeos CHIP ION ,0" X1R 01&.22390-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 391' 5 .. NPO 5 01&-22390-01 CAPACITOR CERAloIIC oeos CHIP 39P 5 .. NPO 5 015-05470-118 CAPACITOR CERAMIC '206 CHIP 41N 10" X7R 01rt-2447O-118 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP ~H7 ,0" X1R 015-244_ CAPACITOR CERAMIC oeos CHIP 4N7 10" X7A 0'&-23120-01 CAPACITOR CERAIoUC 0105 CHIP 120P 5" NPO 015-23.20-0. CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 1201> 5" NPO 015-05470-118 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP 41H 10" XIR 01rt-25100-011 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP ION Ia.. X1A 015-0547Q.1)11 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP 41H 10" X1R 015-05470-01 CAPACITOR CEFIAMIC 1206 CHIP 41H '0" X1R 01&-2447Q.1)11 CAPACITOR CERAMIC eees CHIP 4Nl ,0" XlII 025-08100-02 CAPACITOR TANIT BEAD ,OM 10" .6V 015-24470-118 CAPACITOR CERAMIC oeos CHIP 4Nl 10~ X1R 015-0547Q.1)11 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP 41N 10.. XlII 015-2.330-0, CAPACITOR CERAMIC oeos CHIP 3P3 +I-O.25P

01 &'22' 00-0, CAPACITOR CERAt.IIC 0105 CHIP lOP "'-0.51'

01 &-21:190-01 CAPACITOR CERAloIIC 0805 CHIP 3P9 +1-0.251' 015·22.00-0, CAPACITOR CEIIAMIC 0lI05 CHIP lOP +1-0.51'

FIEF

YAR

IPN

DESCRIPTION

C373

015-21330-0. CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 3P3 +I-02SP

D, 02 DIOO DIO, DI02 DI03 DI04 DI05 DIOG DI07 D101 D200 0201 0203 D300

IHI IHI IHI IHI

IHI 11

IHI 20

IHI 22

IH, 24

IHI 25

IH. 27

1HZ 10

1112 12

1112 14

1112 IS

1112 17

1112 20

1112 22

1112 24

1112 25

1112 27

1113 .0

IH3 .2

1113 .4

IH3 15

'N3 '7

1M3 20

1M3 22

1113 24

1M3 25

1M3 27

ICI

102 10

102 12

102 14

102 15

102 17

102 20

102 22

IC2 24

IC2 25

IC2 21

103

IC4

105

IC6

IC.OD

IC10l

ICI02 1C103 te,04 1020' IC202 IC300

IC30I IC302

Ll LlOD UOI L302 L303 L305 L3D8 L3ID UII L312 L313 UI4 L315 UI6 L317 L31' L3.8 L320 L321 L322

10.4

00.·,_70 C*)OE &NO SAV70 DUAL SWITCH SOT-23 00IM010 00..,_70 C*)OE 8M:) SAV70 DUAL SWITCH SOT·23 00IM010 OOl-loooo.ie C*)OE SND SAve8 DUAL SWITCH SOT-23 8111GL 00'·'0000-56 D!OOE SND SAWN DlIAL SWITCH SOT-23 00IM010 008-00013-32 LED _ RED LOW CURRENT LESS MOUNTING 001-1_70 DIOOE SND BAV70 DUAL SWITCH SOH:! 00IM010 00..,_70 OIOOE SIoO BAV70 DlIAL SWITCH BOT-23 00IM010 008-00013-35 LEI) 3MM GREEN LOW CURRENT LESS MOUNTING 001-000,,·70 D!OOE ,_. ,_

00'-00011·70 DlOOE IN4DD. 1_

001-00011-70 D!OOE IN4DD' ,_

OOI-lQOOO.ie D!OOE St.D SA"" DUAL SWITCH BOT-23 SINGL 001-00011.«1 D!OOE SR2607 6AI3OV

001.,00(1).70 OIOOE St.D BAV70 DUAL SWITCH SOT-23 COMMO 00'.100(1).51 DIODE SND BAW56 DUAL SWITCH SOT-23 COMMO

.0 051-00S84-00 COIL HELICAL RES 2.62ST 1.2MMSf 800-8801.1

'2 051.(I(l56.4-0(l COIL HELiCAL. liES 2.825T I.ZMMSf 800-8801.1

.4 051-00584-00 COIL HELICAL RES 2.625T 1.2MMSF 6OO-e8OM

15 051.(I(l56.4-0(l COIL HELICAL III'S 2.825T '.ZMMSF 800-880104

051-00584-00 COIL HELICAL RES 2.625T I.2MMSF 8OQ.88OM 051-00586-00 COIL HELICAL liES 2.428T I.2MMSF 880-_ 051-00586-00 COIL HELICAL RES 2.428T 1.2I.1MSF 88Q.eGOM 051_ COil HELICAL liES 2.428T I.2MMSF 880-_ 051-005&5-00 COIL HELICAL RES 2.428T 1.2I.1MSF e80-_ 051.- COIL HELICAL liES 2.42IT I.2MMSF 88O-i6C!M 051.(I(l56.4-0(l COIL HELICAL RES 2-625T 1.2MM$F 8(IO.&8OM 051-00584-00 COIL HELICAL IIEB 2.825T I.2_F _ 051-00564-00 COiL HELICAL REB 2-625T 1.2MMSF IOO-B8OM 051-00584-00 COIL HELiCAL. RES 2.625T I.2MMSF _ 051-00564-00 COIL HELICAl. RES 2.625T I.2MMSF 8OQ.II8OM 05._ COIL HELICAL RES 2.428T I.2MMSF 880-_ 051_ COiL HELICAL RES 2.428T 1.2MMSF e80-960M 05._ COIL HELICAL RES 2.4m • .2MMSf e8O-96OM 051.Q0565..00 COiL NEUCAL RES 2.42IT , .2MMSf 88O-!l6OM 051_ COiL HELICAL RES 2.428T I.2MMSf 880-_ 05.-00584-00 COiL HELICAL liES 2.625T , .2MMSF 800-880101 051-005&4-00 COiL HELICAL liES 2.825T • .2MMSF 800-880104 05' _.(10 COIL HELICAL IIEB 2.625T , .2MMSF 800-880104 051-005&'.(10 COIL HELICAL liES 2.825T 1.2MMSf 8OQ.88OM 051-005&4-00 COIL HELICAL liES 2.625T • .2MMBf _ 051-00565-00 COiL HELICAL III'S 2.4m '.2MMBF e80-960M 051.Q0565..00 COIL HELICAL RES 2.428T • .2MMSf e80-960M 051.Q0565..00 COIL HELICAL RES 2.428T 1.ZMMSf 880-960101 051.Q0565.(1O COiL HELICAL III'S 2.428T '.2MMBF 88Q.960M 05'.Q0565.(1O COI~ HELICAL RES 2.4211T I.2MMSF 880·960101

002-000.1-,7 IHTEGRATEO CCT SP8719 UHf 8018' PRESCALE 539-00010-45 TCXO 12.BIoIHl .-1.5PPM -30 TO .1OC OEG 539-OOO1~ TCXO 12.8MHl .-IPPM 0 TO +6OC

539.()()()10-45 TCXO 12.8MHZ .-1.5PPM -30 TO .1OC OEG 539.()()()10-45 TCXO 12.8MHZ ,·1.5PPM -30 TO .7OC OEO 539.()()(),~ TCXO '2.8MHZ .-IPPM 0 TO .6OC

539.()()()10-45 TCXO 12.8MHZ +-I,SPpM -30 TO .7OC DEG 53$.ooo.~ TC~O .2.8MHl .-IPPM 0 TO .600

539-00010-45 TCXO 12.8MHZ .·1.5PPM -30 TO .1OC DEG 539-00010-45 TCXO .2.8MHZ .·1.5PPM -30 TO .7OC DEG 539-0001~ TCXO 12.8MHZ .·IPPM 0 TO +6OC

002-00017-63 IHTEGRATEO CCT NJ88200P fREO SYNTHESIZER 002-00012-47 IHTEGRATEO CCT MC33078 OUAL Of AMP La NO 002-14000-04 INTEGIIATED CCT 74HCU04 UNBUFFERED HEX IN 002-14000-74 INTEGRATED CCT 14HC14 DUAl. D FIF 002-000'2...0 IHTEGRATED CCT 358P DlJAL OP AMI' 002-00012-10 IHTEGRATED CCT 358P DUAL OP AMP 002-000,4-05 INTEGIIATED CCT fOA1231 1.6W AI' PWII 00:2-00014-05 IHTEGRATEO CCT fOA7231 1.6W AI' PWR 00:2-00012-411 INTEGRATED CCT 3581' DUAL OP AMP 002-00012-40 IHTEGRATED CCT 3581' DUAL OP AMP 002-00014-62 INTEGRATED CCT 317L 100w!' IIEG 3 TERMINAL 00:2.00022-04 MIXEII SBL-IZ 100l000MNZ

002-00014-72 IHTEGRATEO CCT MC3361 LO PWA FM 'F 002-00014-58 INTEGRATED CCT 18L05 SV 100M/!, IIEGULATOR

052-0112&-15 COIL AIW 1.5T12.5M101 HOR 0.8101101 WillE QS6.OOO2t-02 'NDUCTOR F'XED ,OOUH AXIAl.

052-08120-'5 COIL AIW I.STI2MM HOR 0.8M101 WillE 052-08125-15 COil AIW 1.5T12.5MM NOR 0.8104101 WIRE 052-08120-15 COIL AIW 1.5T12101M NOR 0.8101M WIRE 056.00021-04 INDUCTOR FIXED 330NH AXIAL

D5S-00021-04 INDUCTOR FIXED 330NH AXIAl.

056.0002.-04 INDUCTOR FIXED 330NH AXIAL

056-00021-04 INDUCTOR FIXED 330NH AXIAL

050-00016-22 COIL TAIT NO 622 20-,_ 7104101 CAN 050-000'6-22 COIL TAIT NO 622 2O-IZOMH2 1104101 CAN 050-00016-22 COiL TAIT NO 622 2O-12OMHZ 1_ CAN 050-000'6-22 COiL TAIT NO 622 20-1_2 7MM CAN 050-00016-22 COiL TAIT NO 622 2O-12OMH2 7101101 CAN 050-00016-22 COIL TAIT NO 622 20-1_2 lMM CAN 1150-001116-22 COIL TAIT NO 622 20-1_2 lMM CAN 050-000.6-21 COIL TAIT NO 82' FXD 10.1101HZ lMM CAN 050-000'6-22 COiL TAIT NO 622 2O-12OMHZ 7MM CAN 050-00016-55 COiL TAIT NO 655 455KHZ DUAD COil 1MM CA 052-08130-15 COiL NW 1.5TI'3.DMM HOR 0.8MM WIRE

REF VAR

T885 MAIN BOARD PARTS LIST

IPN

DESCRIPTION

L323

OQ.()81:JO.15 COIL NIl 1.5TI3.OMM HOR 0."'" WIRE

PL5 Plioo PLIOI Pl102 PlIi13 PLI04 Pl105 PLI06 PLZOQ

01

03 ()I 0100 0101 0102 01i13 0104 0105 0106 0107 OIOB OU19 0200 0201 0202 0203 0300 0301 0302 0303 0304 0305 0306 0301 030t 0309 AI

R2

R3

R4

R5

R6

R7

R8

R9 RIO Rll RI2 R13 RI. RIS RI6 R20 R21 R22 R23 RN R25 R26 R21 R28 R29 1130 1131 R32 1133 R34 R35 A35 R37 R38 R39 1140 A41 R4Z /1'3 R44 R45 R46 R47 R48 R49 1150 11100 AVloo RLIOO A101 AVIOI 11102 AVI02 11103

240-00Q20.57 HEADER 10 WAY 1 ROW PCB I0Il"0 2-40-00020-U HEADER 3 WAY 1 FII:1N PCB I0Il"0 2~ HEADER 3 WAY! ROW PCB UfG 2~ HEADER 3 WAY 1 ROW PCB UfO 2-40-00020-59 HEADER 3 WAY I ROW PCB I0Il"0 2-40-00020-59 HEADER 3 WAY! ROW PCB UfO 240-00Q20.58 HEADER 5 WAY 1 ROW PCB I0Il"0 2~59 HEAIlIOR 3 WAY! ROW PCB UfO

2~!()'55 PLUG 15 WAY 0 RANGE WIRE WRAP PINS PIIIL ...

1)(IO.10051~10 TRANSISTOR SMD 1oIMBA571 NPIII SOT -23 UHF LO 1)(IO.10CJ0B..4e TRANSISTOR BMD 8CWEiOIBCS48 NPIII SOT·23 AF OO().loooa..ce TRANSISTOR SIC) 8CWEiOIBCS48 NPH SOT·23 AF 000.!00011-<13 TRANSISTOR BMD BCWEiOIBCS48 NPH SOT-23 AF 000.1(01)8..57 TRANSISTOR S~ 8CW711JIIC857 PHP SOT·23 AF 000.10008·57 TRANSISTOR S~ 8CW711JIIC857 PNP SOT·23 AF 000.11]008·57 TRANSISTOR BMD ~7 PNP SOT-23 AF 0(1).10008-17 TRANSISTOR 8~ BCXI1II8C817 NPH SOT·23 AF 00I).1OCJ08..48 TRAliSISTOR BMD BCWIiOIBC84f NPN SOT-23 AF 1)(IO.1OCJ08..48 TRANSISTOR S~ 8CW6OI8CS48 NPIII SOT·23 Af 0(1).10001I-<I3 TRAIISISTOR S~ 8CW8OIBC84II NPH SOT·23 Af 1)(10.10001I-<I3 TRAliSISTOR 8~ 8CW6OI8CS48 NPH SOT-23 AF 0(1).10001I-<I3 TRAliSISTOR B~ 8CW6OI8CS48 NPIII SOT-23 AF 000.00011-30 TRANSISTOR BC5578 PNP T0-92 Af Sw.u. BIG 000.00012·15 TRANSISTOR IlO2a4 PNP TO-I26 Af POWER 000(1001)8..17 TRANSISTOR BMD BCX11118C817 NPIII SOT·23 Af 0(1).10008.57 TRANSISTOR BMD 8C'W7OIBC857 PNP SOT -23 AF 00I].10057.1D TRANSISTOR BMD _R571 HPH SOT-23 UHF LO DIJO.lOOO8·57 TRANSISTOR BMD BCW7OiBCIIS7 PNP SOT-23 AF 000.10008-57 TRANSISTOR BMD 8CW1O/8C857 PNP SOT-23 Af 001].10057·10 TRAIISISTOR S~ MMBA571 NPH SOT-23 UHF LO DIJO.DOO2O-18 TRANSISTOR BF241A JFET TO-t2 VHF SMAll S 00I].1DDDS-!12 TRANSISTOR SIoo BFal7 NPH SOT·23 UHF SMA!. DIJO.l0009-81 TRAliSISTOR BMD S_, OGMOSFET

DIJO.l000a..ce TRANSISTOR S~ BCW6OI8CS48 NPN SOT·23 AF 000.11]008-48 TRANSISTOR SIoo 8CW6OIBC848 NPH SOT·23 Af DIJO.10008-.48 TRANSISTOR BMD 8CW6OI8CS48 NPN SOT·23 AF 036-1210lI-«l RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP lOE Silo

036-1710lI-«l RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 1M Silo

036-,.,0lI-«l RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP I~ Silo

036-1710lI-«l RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 1M Silo

()36.14330-00 RESISTOR MIl' D805 CHIP 3K3 5110

036-13120-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 120E 6110

036-1310lI-«l RESISTOR WI' 0805 CHIP IDOE 5110

036-1110lI-«l RESISTOR WI' 0805 CHIP 1M 5110

036-12UIO·00 RESISTOR WI' D805 CHIP leE 5110

OJ6·111111J..O() RESISTOR WI' 0B05 CHIP 1M 5110

036-126BO-OO RESISTOR WI' 0805 CHIP 68E 5110

036-II1111J..O() RESISTOR MIl' DB05 CHIP 1M 5110

036-111111J..O() RESISTOR MIl' DB05 CHIP 1M 5'

036-121111J..O() RESISTOR WI' D805 CHIP IDE 5'

OJ6.II1111J..O() RESISTOR MIl' 0lI05 CHIP 1M 5'

OJ6.IZUG-OO RESISTOR _ D805 CHIP 22E 5'

03&-12220-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 22E 5110

036-15120-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 12~ 5110

OJ6.151111J..O() RESISTOR _ 0805 CljIP 1~ Silo

OJ6.16470-00 RESISTOR MIl' 080S CHIP 4~ 5'

OJ6.131111J..O() RESISTOR MIl' 080S CHIP lDOE 5110

036-141111J..O() RESISTOR WI' 0B05 CHIP lK 5'

OJ6·171111J..O() RESISTOR WI' 0105 CHIP 1M 5'

OJ6.11I111J..O() RESISTOR MIl' 0B05 CHIP 1M 5'

OJ6.ISIOO-OO RESISTOR 1M' 0B05 CHIP I~ Silo

036-161111J..O() RESISTOR MIl' 0B05 CljlP lOOK Silo

{)36..161111J..O() RESISTOR WI' 0B05 CHIP 1~ Silo

OJ6.ISIIIIJ..O() RESISTOR WI' 0B05 CHIP 1~ Silo

036-16470.00 RESISTOR WI' 0B05 CHIP .~ S'

OJ6.1641O-OO RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 4~ S.

0J6. 1468().(J(t RESISTOR WI' 0B05 CHIP· SKe Silo

036-12220-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0B05 CHIP 22E Silo

03&-14150-00 RESISTOR WI' 0805 CljIP IKS 5'

036-14100-00 AESISTOR WI' 0B05 CHIP I ~ 5110

038·15150-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0B05 CHIP ,~ 5'

036-16100-00 RESISTOR 1M' 0805 CHIP lOOK 5110

03&-12220-00 RESISTOR 1M' 0B05 CljIP 22E 5110

036-121111J..O() RESISTOR WI' 0105 CHIP 10E 5110

036-12100-00 RESISTOR WI' 0805 CHIP IDE 5'

OJ6.IZMO-OO RESISTOR MIl' oeos CHIP 56£ 5'

OJ6.13HIO-OO RESISTOR 1M' D805 CHIP ItoE S'

036-'2210-00 RESISTOR MIl' D805 CHIP 21E S,"

OJ6.13180-00 RESISTOR MIl' 08D5 CHIP ItoE 5'

03&-ISIIIIJ..O() RESISTOR MIl' 0B05 CHIP lOOK Silo

036-16100.00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP ,OOK 51io

036-12220-00 RESISTOR MIl' D805 CHIP 22£ 5110

036-141111J..O() RESISTOR 1M' 0B05 CHIP lK Silo

03&-15210-00 RESISTOR 1M' oeos CHIP 27K 5'

~1OO-2' POTENTIOMER 10K LIN VERT PCB MTG 15MM SL 237.CJOO1()'22 RELAY IZV DPDT SPIN O!~ PCB MTO FWITSU {)36..13100-00 RESISTOR 1M' oeos CHIP lDOE 5110

042.Q51(1).l)6 RESiStOR PRESET ,~ CARIION 6"'''' FLAT OJ6.14220-00 RESISTOR MIF OlIOS CHIP 2112 5110

_100-21 POTENTtOMeR 1~ liN VERT PCB MTO 15"'M SL OJ6.15220-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0B05 CHIP 22K 5'

REF VAR

IPN

DESCRIPTION

RVI03 1'1'04 RVI04 Rl05 1'1106

lAI07 10

"'U07 12

lAI07 '4

lAI07 IS

&Rl07 17

&Rlor 20

&Rl01 22

&Rl01 24

&RIOl 25

&l1l01 27

RIDe

lAI09 '0

&11109 12

lAl09 14

&11109 IS

&11109 17

IRI09 20

lAI09 22

&111011 24

lAl09 25

lAlOII 21

RnO

R111

&R112 10

&R112 12

&RIIZ 14

&R112 '5

lA112 17

&11112 20

&11112 U

&11112 24

&lU.2 25

IRII2 21

RII3

RIl4

R115

Rn6

RIH

R118

RI20

RIZI

&1'1122 10

&11122 12

&!"22 14

lRI22 15

'RI22 17

&AI22 20

&R,22 22

&R122 24

&11'22 25

&R,22 27

1'1123

RI24

RI25

lRI26 10

IRI26 12

&RI26 14

&R126 15

&RI26 11

&R126 20

&11126 22

&11126 24

lRl26 25

&11126 27

&11121 10

&1'1127 12

&R127 14

&R121 15

&11.21 17

&R,21 20

&11121 22

&R121 24

IRI27 25

lAl27 27

RllB

1'1129

RI30

RI31

RI32

RI33

RI34

RI35

RI36

RI31

1'1138

RI39

RI40

R,.,

RI42

10.5

~,OO-U POTENTIOMETER 10K LOG DUAl. PCS UfO 6MM 0 03$.15100.00 RESISTOR MIl' 0105 CHIP 10K Silo

042451_ RUISTOII PRESET ,~ CARBOH 6MM FLAT 03$.,5220-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP ~ 5110

038-1~ RESISTOR MIl' 0B05 CHIP 380K 5110

D3S-1S220-00 RESISTOR 1M' 0805 CHIP m Silo 036-15220-00 RESISTOR 1M' 0105 CljIP UK Silo 036-15220-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CljIP 22K 5110 ()36.151 l1O-OO RESISTOR 1M' 0805 CHIP , BK 5110 036-151l10-00 RESISTOR 1M' 0105 CHIP IBK Silo 036-IS22().()O RESISTOR MIF 0805 CHIP UK 5' 036-IS22().()O RESISTOR MIl' OliOS CHIP 22~ 5110 036-,S22().()O RESISTOR MIl' oeos CHIP 22K 5. C)38.151_ RESISTOR 1M' 080S CHIP 18K 5' C)38.15._ RESlSTOR MIl' oeos CljIP 18K 5,. CXJ6.1_ RESISTOR WI' D805 CHIP 8112 5' ()36.llIlso.oo RESISTOR MIl' 0B05 CHIP 15K 5' 036-15150-00 RESISTOR _ 0805 CHIP ,5K 5110

CXJ6.10000-00 RESISTOR MIl' D805 CHIP ZERO OIIM 036-151so.oo RESISTOR MIl' 0105 CHIP I~ Silo 036-15150-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0105 CHIP 15K 5. 036-15150-00 RESISTOR MIl' D805 CHIP 15K Silo 036-151l10-00 RESISTOR MIF 0105 CHIP 15K 5. 038-,0000..00 AESISTOR MIl' 0B05 CHIP ZERO 011101 038-15150-00 RESISTOR MIl' D805 CHIP 15K 5110 1)36.'51 so.oo RESISTOR MIl' 0105 CljIP 15K 5110 036-18100.00 RESISTOR MIF 0B05 CHIP lOOK 5,. CXJ6.1447().OO RESlSTOR MIl' 0805 CljIP 4K7 5' 03&-.5380-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 391l. 5' 038-15380-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0105 CHIP 391( Silo 036.15220-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0105 CHIP 22K 5' 038-15380-00 RESlSTOR MIl' oeos CHIP 391( 5110 03$.15390-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 391< Silo CXJ6.15380-00 RESISTOR MIl' D805 CHIP 39K 5' 036-15380-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0105 CHIP 391( 5110 CXJ6.15220-00 RESISTOR MIl' _ CHIP 22K ,,. 036-1 S39O-OO RESISTOR 1M' _ CHIP 391( 5110 1J3S.153IiO-OO RESISTOR MIl' 08D5 CHIP 391( Silo 1J3S.16100.00 RESISTOR MIl' 0105 CHIP lOOK 5,. 030-14470-00 RESISfOII MIl' 0105 CHIP 4Kl 5,. 036-14270-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 2K7 5110 03&-13100.00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 100E 5110 03&-15410-00 RESISTOR 1M' 080S CHIP 47K 5110 OJ6.ISIOO.Ol) RESISTOR MIF 0B05 CHIP IOl< Silo OJ6.,4390-00 RESISTOR WI' 0805 CHIP 31{9 5' OJ6.141111J..O() RESISTOR WI' DB05 CHIP Ill. 5' 03&-14120-00 RESISTOR MIl' D805 CHIP 81(2 5' 03&-14120-00 RESISTOR WI' D8D5 CHIP IKt 5' 03&-,4390-00 RESISTOR WI' oeos CHIP 31<95110' 036-14410-00 RESISTOR WI' D8D5 CHIP 4K7 5' 036-14470-00 RESISTOR WI' D805 CHIP 4K7 5' OJ6.14B2O.OI) AESISTOR WI' 0B05 CHIP 8K2 5110 OJ6.14I2O-OO RESISTOR WI' 0805 CHIP 8K2 5. 036-143iO.QO RE61STOR WI' 0B05 CHIP 3KQ 5110 038-144]().OO RESISTOR WI' 0BD5 CHIP 4Kl 5' 036-144]().OO RESISTOR WI' D8D5 CHIP 4K7 5110 OJ6.14II8I).(I(I RESISTOR WI' D8D5 CHIP 61<8 5. OJ6.14II8I).(I(I RESISTOR WI' D8D5 CHIP eKa 5' OJ6.141111J..O() RESISTOR MIF D8D5 CHIP I~ 5110 CXJ6.15470-00 RESISTOR MIl' D805 CHIP 47K 5110 03&-16470-00 RESISTOR MIl' D8D5 CHIP 41K 5110 1J3S.15270-00 RESISTOR MIl' D805 CljlP 27K S1io OJ6.15470-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0605 CHIP 41~ 5110 038-154]().OO RESISTOR 1M' 0B05 CHIP 41K 5' 036-15470-00 RESISTOR WI' D8D5 CHIP 47~ 5110 036-15471).00 RESISTOR MIl' D8D5 CHIP 41K 5,. OJ6.15270-00 RESISTOR MIl' D8D5 CHIP 27K 5' 03&-'5470-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0105 CHIP 47K Silo 03&-15410-00 RESISTOR WI' 0105 CHIP 47K 5' 03&-16100.00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP lOOK 5110 03&-'8'00.00 RESISTOR WI' D8D5 CHIP 1~ Silo 03&-16330.(1) RESISTOR WI' D8D5 CHIP 330K Silo 038-18100-00 RESISTOR WI' 080S CHIP lOOK 5' 036-161111J..O() RESISTOR WI' D8D5 CHIP lOOK 5' OJ6.16100-00 RESISTOR MIl' oeos CHIP lOOK 5' 036-16100-00 RESISTOR MIl' 08D5 CHIP 'OOK 5110 OJ6.16330-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0B05 CHIP 330K 5110 036-16100.00 RESISTOR MIl' 0B05 CHIP I~ Slio OJ6.ISIOO-OO RESISTOR MIl' 0B05 CHIP lOOK 5110 1J3S.1356D.OI) RESISTOR MIl' oeos CHIP S60E &110 03&-'4'00.00 RESISTOR WI' 080S CHIP lK 5' OJ6.I422O.QO RESISTOR WI' 0B05 CHIP 2Kt 5110 03&-14100-00 RESISTOR MIF 0805 CHIP IK Silo OJ6.1468O.OI) RESISTOR WI' 0605 CHIP SKI 5110 03&-14'20-00 RESISTOR WI' oeos CHIP 1112 5' 03&- I 5390-00 RESISTOR WI' 0805 CHIP 391( 5110 03&-14820-00 RESISTOR MIl' 080S CHIP BK2 5' 036-15470-00 RESISTOR MIl' 08D5 CHIP 47K Silo OJ6.1547().OO RESISTOR WI' D805 CHIP .7K 5' CXJ6.14470-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0105 CHIP 4K7 Silo 038-144]().OO RESISTOR WI' 0805 CHIP 4K7 S' 03&-14B20-00 RESISTOR WI' 0805 CHIP 1K2 5110 03&-15471).00 RESISTOR WI' D8D5 CHIP "7~ 5110 036-15470-00 RESISTOR WI' DB05 CHIP 47K 5110

REF VAR

TBBS MAIN BOARD PARTS LIST

'PH

DESCRIPTION

REF

VAR

'PH

DESCRIPTION

()36.1~71).(1() RESII1TOR _ 080$ CHIP 47K 5~ ()36.lz:l3O.OO RESISTOR _ 080S CHIP 33E 5~ 036-14471).(1() RESISTOR _ 080S CHIP 41(7 5'110 1136-1410Il-00 RESISTOR IN!' 080S CHIP lK a,.

032·33270.00 RESISTOR _ POWER 2l'OE 5"110 IW 12X4.SMM 032·311~ RESISTOR IN!' POWER lEO 5"110 IW 12X4.SMM 036-14&80-«1 RESISTOR _ 0805 CHIP eK8 5'110

D3S-15100-00 RESISTOR IN!' 0805 CHIP 101( 5~

03.2·31100-00 RESISTOR WF POWER I EO 5'110 IW 12X4.5MM 036-13100-00 RESISTOR IN!' 0105 CHIP lOOE 5 .. D3S-12330-00 RESISTOR IN!' 0805 CHIP 33E 5"110 036-12100-00 RESII1TOR MIl' 0805 CHIP lOE 5'110 036-15150-00 RESII1TOR IN!' 0805 CHIP 15K 5" 036-16100-00 REBII1TOR _ 0805 CHIP lOOK 5'110 030·15560-00 RESISTOR WI' 0805 CHIP 56K I ..

036-14150-00 RESISTOR IN!' 0805 CHIP 1K5 5"110

03II·1347G.OO RESISTOR WF 0805 CHIP 4l'OE 5 .. 0.244220-06 RESISTOR PRESET 2K2 CARBON ISMM FLAT 036-1510Il-00 RESISTOR WF 0805 CHIP 101( 5 ..

0.244220-06 RESISTOR PRESET 2K2 CARBON 6MM FLAT 036-1410Il-00 RESISTOR WI' DII05 CHIP IK 5"110

036-14390-00 RESISTOR IN!' 080S CHIP 3K9 5 .. 036-1422G.OO RESISTOR MIl' 080S CHIP 2K2 S,. 036-1210Il-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 10E 5,.

036-12390-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 39E 5,.

036-13UIO-OO RESISTOR IN!' 080S CHIP ISOE 5" 036-1710Il-00 RESISTOR _ 0805 CHIP 1M 5"110

036-10000-00 RESISTOR MIl' 080S CHIP ZERO OHM 036-111~ RESISTOR _ 080S CHIP 1M 5"110

036-14100-00 RESISTOR IN!' 080S CHIP IK 5"

0311·14390-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 3K9 5,.

036-14220-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 2K2 5"

036-12100-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0lI05 CHIP 10E 5,.

036-12330-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 33E 5,. 036-13180-00 RESISTOR IN!' 080S CHIP IBOE 5~ 036-1347G.OO RESISTOR WI' 0805 CHIP 470E 5"110 036-121~ RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 12E I,.

036-1347G.OO RESII1TOR WI' 0105 CHIP 4l'OE 5'110 036-13180-00 RESII1TOR MIl' 080S CHIP 180E 5~ 036·12210-00 RI!SlSTOR IN!' 0105 CHIP 21E 5'110

036-13180-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP IBOE 5'110 D3S-12470-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0105 CHIP 41E 5"

036-12390-00 RESISTOR _ 0lI05 CHIP 39E 5'110

036-12100-00 RESISTOR WI' 080S CHIP 10E S'llo

036-12100-00 RESISTOR MIl' 080S CHIP lOE 5'110

036-1427G.OO RESISTOR MIl' 0lI05 CHIP 2Kl S,.

036-10000-00 RESISTOR MIF 080S CHIP ZERO OHM ()36.1433().OO RESISTOR MIl' 080S CIoIIP 3K3 5'110

036-14470-00 RESISTOR MIF 0805 CHIP 4K7 5'110

036·12470-00 RESISTOR WI' 080S CHIP 47E 5"11

036-1510Il-00 RESISTOR _ 080S CHIP 101( 5'110

036-1439Ci-OO RESISTOR IN!' 080S CHIP 3K9 5'110

~ ~ ~ ~ lR34S lR34S ~ &A346 lR34S ~ R341 II34a R348 11350 11351 11352 R353 11354 II35S A356 11357 R358 R3Si R380 113&1 ~ R363 R3&4 R385 R366 113is1 R36I R369 R370 1'1371 A3n 1'1373 R374 1'1375 1'1376 1'1378 1'1379 R3IO RMI

R143 036-1~70-00 RESISTOR MIF 080S CHIP41K 5'110

RI44 036-11470-00 RESISTOR MIF 0105 CHIP 4E1 10'11.

RI45 036-11470-00 RESISTOR MIF 080S CHIP 4E1 10'11.

RI-46 036-14100-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP IK 5,.

R141 036-13150-00 RESISTOR MIl' 080S CHIP lSOE 5,.

R148 036-14100-00 RESISTOR MIl' 080S CHIP IK 5"110

R149 036-13100-00 RESISTOR MIF 0805 CHIP lOOE I"

RISO 036-14100-00 RESISTOR MIF 080S CHIP IK S"

RI51 036-14470-00 RESISTOR MIF 0605 CHIP 41(7 5'110

lRl52 10 036-14470-00 RESISTOR MIF 080S CHIP 4K7 5,.

lRI52 12 036-14470-00 RESISTOR _ OlIOS CHIP 4K7 5,.

lRI52 14 036-14470-00 RESISTOR _ 080S CHIP 4K7 5'110

lRl52 15 036-14330-00 RESISTOR MIF 0lI05 CHIP 3K3 5'110

&RI52 17 036-14330-00 RESISTOR MIF 080S CHIP 3K3 5'110

&RI52 20 036-14470-00 RESISTOR MIF 080S CHIP 4K7 5'110

&RI52 22 036-14470-00 RESISTOR MIl' 080S CHIP 41(7 5,.

&RI52 24 036-14470-00 RESISTOR MIl' 080S CHIP 41(7 5'110

&RI52 25 036-14330-00 RESISTOR MIl' 080S CHIP 3K3 I~

&11152 27 036-1433O-CO RESISTOR _ OI!O!I CHIP 3K3 5'110

RIs:! 036-15100-00 RESISTOR MIl' 080S CHIP 10K 5~

RI54 036-13100-00 RESISTOR MIl' 080li CHIP 100E 5"110

R1SS 036-151~ RESISTOR _ 080S CHIP 12K 5%

RI56 036-14560-00 RESISTOR IN!' 080S CHIP 51(6 5'110

R157 036-16220-00 RESISTOR _ 080S CHIP 220K 5"110

RI58 006-144JO.«1 RESISTOR _ 0lI05 CHIP 4K7 5'110

RI59 036-14470-00 RESISTOR IN!' oeos CHIP 4K7 5"110

RI60 036-14S80-00 RESlSTOR MIF 0805 CHIP GK& 5,.

R161 036-16100-00 RESlSTOR WI' 080S CHIP lOOK 5,.

RI62 036-15150-00 RESISTOR 1M' 08015 CHIP 151( 5'110

11163 036-14390-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 3K8 5'110

RI64 036-13410.00 RESISTOR MIF 080S CHIP 4l'OE 1"110

R1SS R200 R201 R203 IIZo.I RlOS R206 R207 R208 R209 R210 RZIZ R213 R214 R215 R216 R211 RV300 R301 IIV30, 11302 11300 11304 11305 11306 R301 R308 R309 R310 R311 R31Z R313 R314 R31S R316 R317 R318 1'1319 11320 R321 R322 R323 R324 11325 11326 11321 R328 R329 R330 R33. R332 R333

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Tl00 T200

X300

&lCF300 10

&lCF.lOO lZ

&lCF300 14

&lCF300 IS

UF300 17

&lCF300 20

&lCF300 22

UF300 24

UF.lOO 25

&lCF300 21

&XF301 10

UFOOI 12

&lCF301 14

UFOOI IS

&XF301 17

UFOOI 20

&xF301 22

&lCF301 2.

lXF301 25

lXFOOI 21

lXF302 10

IXF302 12

l.ICF302 14

lXF302 IS

l.ICF302 17

lXF30Z 20

lXF302 22

lXF302 24

UF302 25

IXF302 27

R334 036-14820-00 RESISTOR _ 0605 CHIP IK2 5,.

11335 036-15100-00 RESISTOR IN!' 0805 CHIP 10K 5'110

R336 036-15100-00 RESISTOR _ 080S CHIP 10K 5'110

R337 036-15220-00 RESISTOR MIF 0605 CHIP 22K 5~

R338 036-13330-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 330E 5'110

R339 1).;5-03150-01 RESISTOR NTC ISO! O.SW 5_ DISC

R34() 036-134JO.«1 RESISTOR MIl' 080S CHIP 410E 5'110

R341 036-14100-00 RESISTOR 1M' 0605 CHIP lK 5'110

R342 036-12470-00 RESISTOR WI' 0805 CHIP 47E 5'110

R343 036-14100-00 RESISTOR IN!' 0805 CHIP lK 5"110

R344 036-15100-00 RESISTOR MIl' 080S CHIP 10K 5"110

R345 036-16150-00 RESISTOR IN!' 080S CHIP 1501\ 5'110

10.6

10 036-15560-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0105 CHIP 56K 5%

12 036-15560-00 RESISTOR MIF 0805 CHIP 16K 5"110

14 036-1S!50-00 RESISTOR MIl' oeos CHIP 15K 5,.

15 036-15820-00 RESISTOR _ oeos CHIP UK 1"110

17 036-15820-00 RESISTOR 1M' 0ICI5 CHIP 12K ,,.

20 036-15560-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 56K 5'110

22 036-15560-00 RESISTOR MIF 0ICI5 CHIP 16K 5'110

24 036-15150-00 RESISTOR MIF 0lI05 CHIP 151( $'110

25 036-15820-00 RESISTOR 1M' 0805 CHIP 12K 5 ..

21 036-15820-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 12K $" 036-13220-00 RESISTOR _ 0805 (:!.lIP 220E 5"110 036-12100-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 (:!.lIP !OE 5'110 036-15180-00 RESISTOR MIl' oeos CHIP 11K 5'110 036-115100-00 RESISTOR WI' 0805 CHIP 10K 5'110 036-18390-00 RESlSTOR MIF 0805 CHIP 390K 5,. 036-\1100-00 Re.6ISTOR _ 0lI05 CHIP 1M 5'110 036-13110-00 RESISTOR WF 0805 CHIP .SOE 5~ 036-1433O-CO RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 31(3 5'110 036-12410-00 RESISTOR IN!' 0105 CHIP 41E 5,. 036-111SO-OO RESISTOR MIl' 0105 CHIP 15K '''110 036-14100-00 RESISTOR 1M' 0805 CHIP IK 5,. 036-14330-00 RESISTOR MIF 0805 CHIP 3K3 5" 036-1SUO-OO RESISTOR _ 0ICI5 CHIP UK 5'110 036-1611X1-'lO RESISTOR 1M' 080S CHIP lOOK 1"110 038-14210-00 RESISTOR loW 0805 CHIP 21(7 S'llo 036-14100-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP IK 5,. 1136-10000-00 RESISTOR 1M' 0805 CHIP ZERO OHM 036-16100-00 RESISTOR MIF 080S CHIP lOOK 5,. 036-15100-00 RESISTOR MIF 0805 CHIP 10K 5'110 03&-154_ RESISTOR MIl' 0S05 CHIP 47K 5'110 036-15470-00 RESISTOR MIF OI!O!I CHIP 47K 5~ 036-151ZQ-(1O RESISTOR 1M' oeos CHIP 12K 5~ 045-0&100-01 RESISTOR NYC 101( 20"lIo 5MM OISC 038-10000-00 RESISTOR MIF 0S05 CHIP ZERO OHM 038-15100-00 RESISTOR WF 0805 CHIP 10K 5,. 036-12470-00 RESISTOR MIF 0B05 CHIP 41E 5"110 036-10000-00 RESISTOR MIF OI!O!I CHIP ZERO OHM 1136-13390-00 RESISTOR _ 080S CHIP 390E 5"110 036-1111X1-'lO RESISTOR IN!' OBOS CHIP 10K 5,. 036-13&20-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 820£ 1'110 036-14~ RESISTOR MIF OSOS CHIP 2K2 5" 045-05100-01 RESISTOR NTC 101( 20"lIo 5MM OISC 036-121l10-00 RESISTOR 1M' 080S CHIP lOE 5,. 036-1210Il-00 RESISTOR 1M' 0B05 CHIP 10E 5'110

~51 SOCKET 10 WAY lROW PCB I.ITG TOP ENTRY 230-00010·30 SWITCH TOGG1E SPOT AT ANG~E PCB LIT PARAl

053-0001("'1 TRANSFORMER T403Ci LINE MATCH POT CORE 050-00016-SO COI~ TAIT NO SSO 455KHZ 5.6MM CAN

274-00(11).22 CRYSTAL 44.~5M1iZ ElPEC TE122 HC45·U 276-(1(1(111).58 FI~TER CRYSTAl. 4SMHZ 15KHZ BIW 4 POLE 2 216-(1(1(110-58 FILTER CRYSTAl. 45MHZ 16KHZ BIW 4 POLE 2 276-(1(1(111).59 ~ILTER CRYSTAL 45MHZ 30KHZ 8/W 4 PO~E 2 276-00010-51 PIL TER CRYSTAl. 45MHZ 7.5X BW .POLE 45N1. 276-(0011).57 ~ILTER CRYSTAl. 45MHZ 7.SK BW 4PO~E 45N1 271HlO(11).58 FlUEI'! CRYSTAl. 45MHZ 15KHZ BIW 4 POLE 2 276-(1(1(111).58 FILTER CRYSTAL 45MHZ 15KHZ BIW • POLE 2 276-(1(1(111).59 FILTER CRYSTAL 4SMHZ 30KHZ BIW 4 POLE 2 276-(1(1(111).57 FILTER CRYSTAL 4SMItZ 1.5K BW 4POLE 4SN1 276-(1(1(111).57 FilTER CRYSTAL 45MHZ 7.SK BW .POLE 45N1. 276-00(11).56 FILTER CRYSTAl. 45M1iZ 14KHZ BIW 2 POLE 45 276-(1(1(110-58 FILTER CRYSTAL 45MHZ 14KHZ BIW 2 PO~E .5 276-(1(1(11~ FILTER CRYSTAl. 45MHZ 30KHZ BIW 2 POLE 45 276-(1(1(111).54 FILTER CRYSTAl. '5MHZ 7.5KHZ BIW 2PO~E 45 276-(1(1(111).~ FI~TER CI'!YSTAI. 4SMHZ 1.5KHZ aNI 2PO~e .s 216-(1(1(111).56 FILTER CRYSTAL .5101HZ 14KHZ aNI 2 POLE '5 276-(1(1(111).58 FI~TER CRYSTAL 4SM101Z 14KHZ BIN 2 POLE 45 216-(1(1(11(1 .. 60 FI~ TER CRYSTAL 45MHZ 30KHZ BIW 2 POLE 45 276-(1(1(11 I).~ FILTER CRYSTAl. 4SM101Z 1.5KHZ em 2POlE 45 216-(1(1(1H1·54 FILTER CRYSTAl. 45MHZ 1.5KHZ em 2POLE .5 276-00(11).14 ~I~TER CERAMIC 455KHZ 15KHZ em CFW455E 271HlOO10- H FILTER CERAMIC 455KHZ 15KHZ BIW CFW455E 216-00(11).16 FILTER CERAMIC '55KHZ 30KHZ em SFH455e 276-(1(1(110·t3 FILTER CERAMIC 455KHZ iKHZ BIW CFW4SSG 276-(1(1(110·13 FILTER CERAMIC 455KHZ 9KHZ BIW CFW4SSO 276-00(11).14 FILTER CERAMIC 455KHZ 15KHZ BIW CFW455E 276-(1(1(111).14 FILTER CERAMIC 4SSl<HZ 15KHZ BIW CFW45SE 276-(1(1(111).16 FILTER CERAMIC 4SSl<Hl 30KHZ BIW SFH455B 216-(1(1(111).13 FILTER CERAMIC 455KHZ 9KHZ BIW CFW4SSG 276-(1(1(111).13 FilTER CERAIoUC 455KHZ 9KHZ BIW CFW4SSG

REF VAR

IPN

DESCRIPTION

T885 VCO PCB PARTS

lCI lCI lCI tCI &CI &CI lCI tCI &CI lCI C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 lC7 &07 &07 t07 &C7 lCl &C7 tCl tC7 lC7 lC6 &C6 &C6 lC6 &C6 lC6 &08 lC8 &C8 lC6 C9 CIO CII CI2 CI3 CI4 Cll CIB cia C20 lC21 lC2. lC21 tC2. &C21 lC21 &C21 lC21 lC21 tC21 C22 C23 C24 C26

10 015-21220-01 CAPACITOR CEIIAMIC 0105 CHIP 21'2 "'-O.25P

,2 015-21220-01 CAPACITOR CEIIAMIC 0105 CHIP 21'2 "'-O.25P

,4 015-21220-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC _ CHIP 2P2 "'-0'-

,5 016-21220-01 CAPACITOR CE_C _ CHIP 2P2 "'-02M'

17 015-21220-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0105 CHIP 2P2 "'-02M'

20 015-2"~' CAPACITOR CERAMIC oeos CHIP IPS "'-0.25

22 015-211Il0-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC oeos CHIP IPS "'-0.25

24 015-211Il0-0, CAPACITOR CERAIoIIC _ CHIP lpt "'-0.25

25 015-211Il0-01 CAPACITOR CEIWoIIC 0105 CHIP IPS "'-0.25

27 0,5-21180-01 CAPACITOR CEIWoIC 0105 CHIP 1 pt "'-0.25 025-08100-02 CAPACITOR T ANT BEAD ,OM ,IHI 16Y 015-24100-08 CAPACITOR CEAAMlC oeos CHIP IN IIHI VR 5 015-21100-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 01!05 CHIP lPO "'-o2M' 015-06100-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP lDOH IIHI VR 028-02100-08 CAPACITOR TRI_R 2I1OP CERAMIC _ TOP

10 015-21820-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 01105 CHIP 11'2 "'-O.25P

,2 0'5-21820-01 CAPACITOR CEFWoIIC 01!05 CHIP 11'2 ",-02!;P

'4 015-21820-01 CAPACITOR CEFWoIIC 0105 CHIP en "'-02!;P

15 015-21820-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0105 CNIP 81'2 "'-0.251'

17 015-21820-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0105 CHIP 81'2 "'-02!;P

20 015-21470-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0105 CHIP 41'1 "'-O.25P

22 015-21470-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0105 CHIP 4P1 "'-O.25P

24 015·21470-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 01!05 C~tP 41'7 "'-02!;P

25 015-21470-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 080S CHIP 4P7 "'-O.25P

21 015-21470-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 080S CHIP 4P7 "'-02!;P

TO 015-22330-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0105 CHIP 331' 5~ NPO 5

12 DI5-2233C).OI CAPACITOR CJ:RAMlC 0105 CHIP 33P 5~ NPO 5

14 015-22330-01 CAPACITOfI CERAMIC 0105 CHIP 331' 5~ ,.PO 5

15 DI5·2233().01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0105 CHIP 331' S~ HPO S

17 015-22330-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 331' 5~ HPO 5

20 015·22270-01 CAPACITOR CERAMlC 0805 CHIP 27P 5~ NPO 5

22 015·22210-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 080S CHIP 271' 5~ "PO 5

24 015-22270-01 CAPACITOR ceRAMIC 0105 CHIP 211' 5~ NPO 5

25 015·22270-01 CAPACITOO ceRAMIC 0805 CHIP 21P 5~ NPO 5

27 015·22270-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0105 CHIP 21P 5,. NPO 5 015-2al20-01 CAPACITOfI CERAMIC 0105 CHIP 1201' 5,. NPO 015-211 Il0-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 01!05 CHIP IPS "'-0.25 015-21330-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0105 CHIP 3P3 "'-0.251' 015-22820-01 CAPACITOfI CERAMIC 080S CHIP &21' 5,. NPO 5 015-23120-01 CAPACITOR ceAAlolIC 01!05 CHIP '201' 5,. NPO 015-23100-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP lOOP 5" NPO 015-23120-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 1201' 5,. NPO 015-22560-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 56P 5" NPO 5 015·22560-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0105 C~IP 56P 5" NPO 5 015-23470-08 CAPACITOR CEAAMlC 0805 CHIP 470P 10,. X7R

10 015·22120-01 CAPACITOR CEAAMlC 0805 CHIP 12P S" NPO 5

12 015-22120-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 121' 5" NPO 5

14 015-22120-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0105 CHIP 12P 5,. NPO 5

IS 015-22120-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0105 CHIP 121' 5,. NPO 5

11 015-22120-01 CAPACITOR CERAMlC 0805 CHIP 12P 5,. NPO 5

20 015·22J()O-01 CAPACITOfI CERAMlC 0805 CHIP lOP "'-O.5P

22 015·22100-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP lOP "'-0.51'

24 015·22100-01 CAPACITOfI CERAMIC 0805 CHIP lOP "-O.SP

25 015-22100-01 CAPACITOR ceRAMIC 0805 CHIP lOP "-0.51'

27 015·22100-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP lOP ,,-o.SP 01S-ZI68().()1 CAPAClTOfI CEAAIoIIC 0105 CHIP 6P8 ./-O.25P 015-21470-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC De05 CHIP ~P7 "'-O.25P 015·21470-01 CAPACITOfI CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 4P1 "-O.25P 015·22S60-01 CAPACITOfI CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 561' 5~ HPO 5

C27 015·05470-08 CAPACITOR CEAAMlC 1206 CHIP 47N 10~ X711

&C28 10 015-22120-01 CAPACJTOR CERAMIC 0IIIl5 CHIP IZP 5,. HPO 5

&C28 12 015·22120-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0i05 CHIP 12P S" NPO 5

&C28 1. 015·22120-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 121' 5,. NPO S

&C2B 15 015-22120-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0i05 CHIP IZP 5" HPO 5

&C28 11 015·22120-0' CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 12P 5,. NPO S

scaa 20 015·22100-01 CAPACITOR CERAMlC 0805 CHIP lOP "-O.5P

&C28 22 015·22100-01 CAPACITOR CEAAMlC 0105 CHIP 101' "-O,5P

&C28 24 015-22100-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0105 CHIP lOP "-0.51'

&C28 25 015·22100-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 080S CHIP lOP "·O.SP

&C28 27 015-22100-01 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP H)P "-0.51'

C29 015-21330-01 CAPACITOfI CEAAMlC 0105 CHIP 3P3 "-O.25P

C30 015-21220-01 CAPACITOfI CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 21'2 "-O.25P

01 001-00012-63 olOOE IIARICAP BB80iI

02 001-00012-63 OIOOE YARICAP 88809

II 058-00021-60 INOUCTOR FIXED 330NH 8.8)(2.71.11.1 AXIAL NON

12 056-00021-60 INDUCTOR FIXED 33DNH 6.6)(2.71.11.1 AXIAL NON

l3 058-00021-60 INDUCTOR FIXED 33DNH 8.6)(2.71.11.1 AXIAL NON

l4 056-00021-60 INDUCTOR FIXED 33DNH 6.6)(2.71.11.1 AXIAL NON

is 052-08130-25 COIL AIW 2.STJ3.11MM NOR 0.11.11.1 WIllE

is 056-00021-60 INDUCTOR FIXED 330NH U)(2.7IAM AXIAL NON

l7 052-01125-15 COIL AIW 1.5TI2.SMM NOR O.BMM WIRE

La 052-01125-15 COIL AIW 1.5TI2.5MM NOR O.IIAM WIRE

19 056-00021-60 lNOOCTOR FIXED 330HH 8.6)(2.11.11.1 AXIAL NON

LID 052-08I:lO-15 COIL AIW I.STI3.11MM NOR O.SMM WIRE

QI 000-10095-10 TRANSISTOR 81.1) MMSR951 NPN UHF BQT·23

02 000-10057·10 TRANSISTOR SI.I) lAMBR571 NPN BQT·23 UHF lO

03 000-10057·10 TRANSISTOfI 81.1) IoIMBR571 NPN BQT·23 UHF LD

D4 000-10057·10 TRANSISTOfI SI.I) MMBR571 NPH SOT·23 UHF LO

OS OOO-OOO32-lil TRANSISTOR MRF511 NPN UHF loY lDMA \ WAT

Q6 OOO-H)OO8·57 TRANSISTOII SKI BCW1MlCS51 PNP SOT·23 AF

RI 036·1439O.(J() ReSISTOR MIF 0lI05 CHIP 3~9 5,.

10.7

REF

DESCRIPTION

VAR

IPN

R2 R3 R4 AS R6 R7 AI R9 RIO RII RI2 RI3 1114 1115 1118 1117 Rl1 Rli R20 1121 R22 R2:I R24 R25 1126 1121

035-14100-00 RESISTOR MIF 01!05 CHIP lK 5" 035-13100-00 RESISTOR MIF oeos CHIP 100E S" 03&-1~ RESISTOR MIF 0805 CHIP 22E 5,. 036-12270-00 IIES1STOR 1M' 0105 CHIP 27E 5,. 035-12610-00 RESISTOR 1M' 0805 CHIP 61E 5" 036-14100-00 RESISTOR 1M' 0805 CHIP lK 5~ 03&-1~ RESISTOR 1M' 0805 CHIP 22E 5" 036-14270--00 ResISTOR 1M' 0805 CHIP 2K7 5,. 03&-14120-00 RESISTOfI MIF 0805 CHIP lK2 5" 03&-13150-00 RESISTOR 1M' 0805 CHIP ISOE 5,. 036-,2100.00 RESISTOR IN!' 0805 CHIP I De 5,. 035-123l10-00 RESISTOR IN!' 0805 CHIP 39E 5" 03&-13330-00 RESISTOR IN!' 0805 CHIP 330E 5" 035-14180-00 ResISTOR IN!' 0805 CHIP IKI 5" 03&-13470-00 RESISTOR MIF 0105 CHIP 470E 5" 03&-14120-00 RESISTOR MIF 0105 CHIP lK2 6,. 036-128a).(11) RESISTOR MIF 0805 CHIP 121; 5,. 035-12180-00 RESISTOR IN!' 0805 CHIP lIE 5,. 036-13270-00 RESISTOR IN!' 0805 CHIP 270e 5,. 035-13270-00 RESISTOR MIF 0105 CHIP 270E 5" 036-14180-00 RESISTOR IN!' 0805 CHIP 1~1 5,. 006-12270--00 RESISTOR _ 0105 CHIP 27E 5,. 036-1_ RESISTOR _ 0805 CHIP 6~8 5~ 036-13470-00 RESISTOR _ 0805 CHIP .. TOE 5" 006-14100-00 RESISTOR MIF 0805 CHIP I~ 5" 036-12470-00 RESISTOR _ 0105 CHIP 411 5~

&Tli &Tli &TLI &TLI &lLl &TLI stu &Tl1 &TlI &TlI

10 051-00005-41 RESONATOR TAIT NO 541 ~-44OI.IHZ T85517

12 051-00005-41 RESONATOR TAIT NO 541 395-440IolHZ T85517

14 051-00005-41 RESONATOR TAIT NO 541 395-440MHZ T85517

15 051-00005-41 RESOHATOR TAIT NO 541 395-440IolHZ T85517

,7 051-00005-41 ReSONATOR TAIT NO 541 _OMHZ T85517

20 051 ~I OOIl RESlfrR 400-457.5MHZ TIDO'S

22 051~1 OOIlRESHTR_r.SMHZTIDO'S

24 051~1 OOILRESHTR_1.5MHZTIDO'S

25 051-00005-41 COIL RESHTR 400-457.5MHZ TIDO'S

27 1151-00005-41 COIL RElIIfrR 400-457.SMHZ TIDO'S

065-00010-13 BEAD FERRITE 7D 1.1I"O.9'3.8MM STACK POLE FIT TO LEAIl OF L4

220-01184-01 PRINTED CIRCUIT IIOARO T880 IlCO

Z40-00025-36 PLUG. 32 WAY. 1 ROW PC IATG I'll. PLZ. Pl.:l. Pl4

FIEF IPN DESCRIPTION
Cl 015-2-41_ CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CKIP 1 N 1 ~ X7R $
C2 015-2.101).(18 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 1 N 1 ~ X7R 5
C3 015-2.100-08 CAPACITOR CERAtoMC 0805 CKIP 1 N 10~ X7R 5
C. 0.5-2 •• 00-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 1 N 1{)~ X7R 5
C5 0.5-2.100-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP IN .~ X7R 5
C6 0.5-2 •• 00-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP • N 1~ X7R 5
C1 0.5-06.00-08 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 1206 CHIP lOON 1~ X7R
C6 025{)81011-02 CAPACITOR TAHT BEAD .01.1 .~ .6V
01 00.-.0000-70 DlOOE SIoI) &l.Y70 DUAL SWITCH SOT-23 COIIMO
02 00 ... 0000-70 DIOOE SIoC IlAY70 DUAL SWITCH SOT-23 COMMO
D3 00'-10000-70 0100li St.Il BAY70 DUAL SWITCH SOT-23 COI.II.IO
ICI 002-0001 !-04 INTEGRATal CCT 21084 CMOS ex'll UY EPROM
ICI 2<10-04020-35 SOCKET 2! PIN DIL INTEGRATal CCT LOW PRO
PLI 240-0002G-57 HEADER .0 WAY • ROW PCB MTG
Rl 03&-15.00.00 RESISTOR WF 08lI5 CHIP • OK 5~
R2 03&-1510000 RESISTOR WF 0B05 CHIP 10K 5~
R3 03&-1510000 RESISTOR WF 0805 CHIP 10K 5",
~ 03&-15100-00 RESISTOR WF 0805 CHIP • OK 5",
RS 03&-15100-00 RESISTOR WF 0B05 CKIP • OK 5110
RS 036-'5100-00 RESISTOR WF 0805 CHIP 10K 5",
R1 036-15'00-00 RESISTOR 1M' 0805 CHIP , OK 5~
RB 036-15100-00 RESISTOR 1M' 0805 CHIP 10K 5",
R9 006-122211-00 RESISTOR WF 0805 CHIP 22E 5110
SWI 230«010-19 SWITCK'II SPST DiP PACKAGE
SKI 24()-0402G-51 SOCKET 10 WAY lROW PCB MTG TOP ENTRY
22O-{)11 .. -oo PRINTED CIRCUIT 8OARO T~7 MEMOR
24()-0402G-35 SOCKET 28 PIN Dil INTEGRATED COT LOW PRO
FOR lei Taco EPROM PCB PARTS

10.8

T700/BOO SERIES RSSI PCB PARTS

REF

IPN

DESCRIPTION

CI 015-241_ CAPACITOR C£RAMlC oeos CHIP IN 1~ X7R 5

C2 015-241_ CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP IN I~ X7R 5

C3 01$.2333().(18 CAPACITOR CeRAMIC oeos CHIP 3301' 10~ ,crR

C4 Ol5-25Ir008 CAPACITOR C£RAMIC oeos CHIP ION I~ X7R

C5 015-241r008 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP IN 10" X7R 5

C6 015-251r008 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP ION 10'11 X7R

C7 0,5-2447().()8 CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP 4N7 10" X7R

C8 015-251_ CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP ION I~ X7R

C9 0IS·24100.0a CAPACITOR CERAMIC 0805 CHIP IN I~ X7R 5

ICI 002·,0003-24 INTEGRATED COT St.D 324 QUAIl oP AIoIP SQ.14

QI 002·,0033-46 INTEGRATED COT St.D MC334fiD TRAH8ISTOR AR

1'13 03&-14100.00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP IK 5"

R4 03&-14220-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 2K2 5"

RS 03&-ISS6I).OO RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 56K S"

1'16 036-,539().()() RESISTOR _ 0lI05 CHIP 39K 5 ..

R7 036-15100.00 RESISTOR _ 0805 CHIP 10K 5'11

RB 036-'~ RESISTOR _ 0805 CHIP 680£ 5'11

1'19 036-14820·00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 8K2 5"

RID 03&-182Z0-00 RESISTOR _ 0lI05 CHIP 220K 5,.

1'111 03&-13470-00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 470E S,.

RI2 036·16331).00 RESISTOR MIl' _ CHIP 330K 5"

RI3 036-'6'00.00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP lOOK 5"

R'4 036-,6,8().()() RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP IIOK 5'11

R,S 036-1S220.00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 22K a'll

RIS 036-171110.(JO RESISTOR MIl' oeos CHIP 1M 5'11

R17 036-15330-00 RESISTOR _ 0805 CHIP 33K 5,.

R,B 036-14100.00 RESISTOR _ 0805 CHIP lK 511

RI9 036-15100.00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 10K S,.

1'120 036-15100.00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 10K 511

R21 036.1533Q.OO RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 330K Sli

R22 036-14470.00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 4K7 511

R23 036-15100.00 RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 10K 511

R24 036.161so.oo RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP ISDK 5,.

1125 036-ISI8().()() RESISTOR _ 0805 CHIP 1101( 511

1126 036·1S82O.(JO RESISTOR _ 0805 CHIP 82K Sli

1129 036-14470.(JO RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 4K7 511

1'130 036-1511)0·00 RESISTOR _ 0805 CHIP 10K 5'11

RJI 036·1522O.(JO RESISTOR MIl' 0805 CHIP 22K S,.

1'132 036·14470·00 RESISTOR _ 0805 CHIP 4K7 5'11

22O·01138.(JO PRINTED CIRCUIT SOARD T700 RSSI.

:I56.()(1010·52 PIN EDGE MfG 0.8104104 PCB WAXO

365-00011·38 lABEL STA.TlC WARNING YELLOW MA.3IS

365.()(101I·5-I lABEL WHITE RW,556i2 SPECIAJ. AIlHESIVE

39900010·80 BAG STA.TIC SHIEWING 127X203M101 -

410.00010-54 PACKAGING He,t.OER CA.RO A.3M2392

10.9

T885 MECHANICAL & MISCELLANEOUS PARTS

IPN

DESCRIPTION

IPN DESCRIPTION

012441so.!l1

CAPACITOR CEIWotIC FESlTHRU 1 N5 ~ESS LEAD o IlANGE

*.00010-23 GllSJ(ET SILICONE INSULATING TQ.Z20 CUP 101

*.00010-33 GROMMET LEO MTG 3MM LO CURRENT LEDa

062-00010-13 CAN IGMM SO X nlolM filA)NIA 613 MMI017 FIT OVER COil T200

365-«1011-0:1 LABEl. TEST REPORT INSIDE MA267

065-00010-13 BEAD FERRITE 7tl 1.9'0.9"3.81011.4 ST .... CK POLE o IlANGE

_I~ LABEL BLANK lO.8X3OMM SlA METAlISEO POLY

_100-20 LABEl. WHITE Silo 28XI1MM QUIKSTIK RW71814

066-00010-20 SLUG BRASS A4M764 Tl96 HELICAl. RESONATOR

400-0002O-O5 SlEEVING 1.5101101 SILICONE RUBeER

220-01192.02 PRINITEO CIRCUIT BOARD TBB5 FIX

411).0001(1 .. 42 PACIIAGING CARTON SOMM FXD EOUIP MOOULE U

230-00010-31

COVER LEVER FOR TOGGLE SW 2:I0-00010-30

410-01056-00 CARTON STOCK 10 PRINTED KIWI REF 12317 5

2Ml-02OI0-54 SOCKET 15WAY ORANGE PANEl. MTG DS-tSSR-IIT

2-W-Ol100-06 SOCKET COAXIAL N TYPE PANEL MTG OPEN TER

240-1)4020-62 SOCKET 2 WAY RECEPTACLE SHORITING LINK

FOR PLtOO PliOI Pl102 PL103 Pll04 PUGS PLI06

240-04020-65 SOCKET JACK PIN 1.31.11.4 PCB MTG 64 WAY SIL SJI SJ2 SJ3 $J4 SK3(IO 61(301

303-11168-00 CHASSIS HEATSINK PAlNlTED CMPLT A1M231i4 a

303-23118-00 COVER A3M2247 D RANGE HOLE T855n

303-50074-00 CLIP A3M2243 SPRING TRANSISTOR CLAMP T85

306-01010-00 FERRULE A4M948 HAlNOLE fXC EOUIP

308·01007-00 HANDle MM949 fXC EQUIP

308·01048-00 HOUSING A3M2378 DOUBLET HEliCAl RESONATO

311-01015-00 KNOB SATO Kl4 A.G ISMM & SKIRT 61.4101 SHAFT

312-01052-00 LID TOP PAlNTEO COMPLETE AIM2364 800 SER

312~1053-OO LID BOTTOM PAINTEO COMPLETE A1M231i4 800

316·116(1)7~1 PANel FRONT COMPLETE TBB5 A3M2208/5

316·85015-00 PIN ..... 1.1775 LOCATING 0 RANGE

316-85099-00 PLATE FLOAT A2M2248 DUAl 0 RANGE SOCKET

316-85100-00 PLATE FRONT A2M2249 DUAl 0 RANGE SOCKET

318·01014-00 RAIL A2M2214 FOR 800 SERIES FXO EOUIP

31901152-00 SHIELD A3M22S0 fEEDTHRU MTG T857 D RANGE

345·00040-08 SCREW r.col2MM PAN POll ST BZ o RANGE HOLE COVER

345·00040·09 SCREW t.l3"6MId CSK POZI TRUIICATED HEAD ST

345-00040-10 SCREW t.l3"6MM PAil POZI ST BZ

ASSEMBLY OF GUIDE: X 4 RAlLS X ~ FLOAT PLATE

345·00040·20 SCREW M3'i1MM IIUTTON 61(1' HO BLACK ZINC PH

349·OOOZO·32 SCREW TAPTITe IoI3XBMM PAN POZI BZ

PCB MfG X t 'N' CONNECTOR X 4 HELICAl MTG X 12

349-00020 ... 3 SCREW TAPTITE M4XI2MM PAN POZI BZ TOP COVER MTG

349·00020"'5 SCREW TAPTITE M4X2OMM PAN POZI BZ BOTTOM COVER MTG

350·000.6 ... 2 SPACER 5MM HIGH 8MM X 1013 STUO 2.5MM X 1013 FOR veo STANO OFF

352·0001 ~08 NUT 1013 COLD FORM HEX ST BZ

D RANGE PLUG X 2 COVER x 2 VCO X 2

352-OOo'().29 NUT M4 NYlOC HEX

352-000. ().SQ NUT TRIMMER SCREEN lJ4 UHF SPIRE !INC 278

353-OOO1~10 WASHER M3 FLAT ST BZ e.7SMM 00 ..... 1011215 FOR IICC MTG & FLOAT PLATE

353-00010"2 WASHER M3 SPRING BZ o RANGE PLUG

353-OOo1~13 WASHER 1013 8~KEPRoor INT ez

360-00010-41) BUSH SNAP BLACK HEYCO SB-375--1

10.10

DIAGRAM 1 - EPROM PCB LAYOUT - TOP SIDE

DIAGRAM 1 - EPROM PCB LAYOUT - TOP SIDE .

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220-01184-011A

DIAGRAM 3 VCO PCB LAYOUT - TOP SIDE.

220-01184-011A

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DIAGRAM 4 veo PCB LAYOUT - BOTTOM SIDE.

T88' Grid Reference Index
DEVICE PCB CIRCUIT DEVICE PCB CIRCUIT DEVICE PCB CIRCUIT DEVICE PCB CIRCUIT
01 2:JS 1-84 C220 2:R8 3-G6 D203 2:06 3-K7 PA0105 1:£3 2.po
02 2:L4 1-85 C221 2:06 3-t.6 3-K6 Pll05 1:88 2..17
C3 2:J4 1-84 C222 2:R8 3-F8 D300 2:F4 ~1 2..J7
C4 2:K4 1-85 0301 2:V8 4-B6 4-GO 2..J7
05 2:K4 1.(:4 C302 2;V8 4-86 Ittl 1:W9 4-07 2..J7
C6 2:L4 1-05 C303 2:V8 4-C6 IH2 1:1'9 4-H7 2.J8
07 2:M4 1-05 C304 2:V8 4-C6 ItI3 t:N9 4-L7 PA0106 1:82 2~1
C8 2:L5 l-D4 C305 2:Tl1 4-E7 INPUT 0:81 ~7 Pll06 1:82 2-1(8
C9 2:04 l-A11 C306 2:111 4-E7 101 1:M4 t-D4 2-1(8
013 1:L5 1-1'4 0307 2:T12 <4-F8 .102 I;R4 1-88 2-1(8
014 20'M4 1-1'4 C30B aru 4-F7 103 1:M3 l-F3 PAOt07 1:82 2~
C15 2:L3 Hl2 C309 2:Tl0 4-F7 104 1:N4 l-N2 PAOt08 1:82 2.01
C16 2:P3 1~ C310 2:S10 4-A1 1-1<5 PA0109 1:82 2-00
017 2:M3 H-I3 C311 2:Nl0 4-H9 10M3 PADtlO I:E3 2-A9
019 2:03 H2 C312 2:Pl0 4-17 lOS t;T4 1-18 PAD111 I:E8 2-A8
020 1:P5 1..15 C313 2:Pll 447 1.07 PAD112 1:82 2-A5
021 2:M5 l-L2 0314 2:Pll 4-J8 1.07 PAD113 1:011 2-A4
022 20'N4 1-K5 0315 2:Pl1 4.J8 1.£7 PA0114 1:011 2-Al
023 1:N4 1-1<5 0316 2:Nl0 4..J7 1018 PA011S I:E4 2-Al
024 I:M5 1-02 0317 2:Kl0 44.47 1..18 PAe116 l:Cl0 2-62
025 2:P8 H.5 0318 2:Kl0 4-M6 l-k8 PAD117 1:84 2.()3
026 1:R4 1-08 0319 z:Jl1 44.47 106 1:1'3 HiS PA0118 1:E2 2-A8
027 I:A5 1.07 C320 2:H11 4-N7 l-F7 PAD119 I:DB 2-H9
028 2:05 1.f>7 0321 2:HI1 4-N7 10F8 PA0120 1:84 2-1(8
C30 2:P6 l-P8 C322 2:Hl1 4-OS 10100 1:012 2-F3 PAD121 1£4 2-A5
031 2:L4 1-05 C323 2;H12 cor 2-82 PAOI22 I:Bl 2.J9
C32 2;l6 1.05 0324 2:Hl0 4-P9 2-El PAOI23 I:CIO 2-62
033 2:04 1-07 C325 I:Hl0 4-PB 10101 1:<:9 2.f'11 PL200 I:V4 3-B7
034 2:T4 1-08 C326 2:HI1 4-P7 2-F7 3-86
C35 2:82 1·E9 0327 2:Gl1 4-P7 2.07 3-88
036 I:A3 l-E9 &0328 2:G12 4-114 IC102 1:86 NO 3-87
C39 1:A4 1-08 C329 2:Gl1 4-B3 10103 1:88 2-M2 3-B6
040 2:1'3 1-19 &0330 2;FI1 4-03 10104 1;(;6 2-E0 3-B5
041 2:12 l-1i9 0331 2."Gl0 4-£3 2-00 3-85
042 2:R3 1-OS &C332 2."GtO 4-£4 2-80 3-BS
C100 1:09 2-08 C333 2:Gl0 4-1'4 10201 1:T6 :Hi3 3-BS
&C101 2:09 2-07 C334 2.-09 4-G3 3-til 3-88
0102 1:09 2-DB C335 2:H9 4-1'4 3-PO 3-B8
&0103 2:010 2-£7 &C336 2:G9 4-li4 1C202 1:57 3-El 3-B6
&0104 2:09 2-£7 &0337 2:G9 4-1-13 10300 I:Kl1 4-L7 3-B6
0105 2;Bl0 2-02 &C338 2:G9 4-13 10301 1:06 4-81 3-B8
&Cl06 2:09 2.£7 &C339 2:G9 4-14 4-M4 3-B7
0107 2;Bll 2·Fl C340 2:F9 4...J4 4-1)4
0108 2:09 2·PS C341 2:FB 4.,J4 1C302 1:H3 44.41 01 2:K4 1.(:4
0110 1;010 2-G5 0342 2:GS 4-K4 L1 t:KS 1-84 03 2:P3 1-12
CHI 2;09 2·H6 C343 2:FB 4-L4 uco t;E3 2..12 04 2;54 Hl9
C112 1:89 2~8 C344 2;GS 4-l5 L301 1:V8 4-87 0100 2:010 2~
0113 2:68 2·L2 C345 2:G6 4-M4 L302 1:V8 4..07 0101 2:011 2-1-14
C114 2:C7 2·L5 ~ I;H7 4-'A5 L303 1:VB 4-07 0102 2:810 2-1-12
0115 2:06 2-M7 C347 2;00 4-f>1S L305 I:Tl1 4.F7 0103 2:08 2-14
C1I6 2;89 2·Ll C348 2;G7 4-1)4 L308 t;Pl0 4~7 0104 2:03 2..10
0117 1:C7 2-N7 0349 2:H7 4.05 L3tO 1:Ll0 4·MB 0105 ,2:07 2·M6
ClIl1 1;07 2-M2 C350 2:H5 4-PS L311 1:.l12 4-M7 0106 2:69 H2
0119 2;66 2-08 0351 2:F7 4-P3 L312 I:Hl1 .c.o7 0107 2:07 2·L6
0120 2;68 2-N4 C352 2:G7 4-Al L313 I:Hl1 4.07 0108 2;69 2·1(2
C121 2:66 2-08 C353 2;G7 4-1l1 L314 I:FI2 4-83 0109 2:08 2~9
0122 l:A6 2-07 C3.54 2;H6 4-01 L315 1:Fl1 4-03 0200 1:66 3..11
0123 2:BS 2·N4 C35S 2;G4 4-CO L316 I;Fl0 4-£3 0201 1:18 3-K2
0124 1:B7 2·N3 C356 2:H4 4-02 L317 1;H9 4-G4 0202 2:07 3..J6
0125 1:06 2·PII 0357 2:G4 4-E1 L3t8 1;F9 4·13 0203 2:RB 3-H7
0128 2:A6 2·P7 C356 2;G4 4-EI L319 1:G8 4·KS 0300 2:T10 4·F7
0127 l:A1I 2-N4 C359 2:""" 4·EO l320 1:G5 4-l5 0301 2:Tt1 4·EB
0128 2;B7 2·N2 C360 2;F4 4-Fl L321 1:H7 4.05 0302 2:Plt 4-1B
0129 2:Cl1 2-E3 0361 1:H4 4~ l322 I:Kl0 4·MB 0303 2:Pl0 4-17
&0130 2:08 2·BS C362 2;F5 4·Hl L323 1:K9 4-N9 0304 I:HI2 4-07
&0131 2:09 2·HS C363 2:F5 4·11 PAOI 1;M4 l-N3 0305 2:Gl0 4-1'4
&0132 2:08 2·811 C364 2:F7 4-LI PL5 I:P4 1.po 0306 2:FB 4-1(4
0133 2:06 2·Et C365 1;F7 4-Ll 1.po 0307 2."66 4-N4
CI34 1:02 2-P2 C366 2:F6 4-Ml l-Pl 0308 2:H4 4·01
0135 ';03 2-P2 0367 2;H3 4-Nl 1·P2 0309 2:04 4·El
0136 2;07 2-L6 C368 2:Kl0 4-M9 l-Pl Rl 2:L5 1-86
0137 2;610 2·1(2 C369 2;Kl0 4-M9 1·P2 R2 2:L3 1-81
0138 2:05 2-00 0370 z:JIO 4-N9 l-P3 R3 2:K4 1-84
CI39 2:05 2-80 O3n 2:K9 4-N9 l-P2 R4 2:M3 1-81
0140 2;69 2-19 0373 2:J9 4-N9 l-P2 RS 2:K4 1-05
C141 2:09 2.H9 01 2:03 1..12 I·Pl R6 2:K4 1-05
0142 1:08 2·18 1..12 PAOHIO I:El1 2-A4 R7 2:K4 1.(:4
C200 2:66 3-01 02 2:M4 l-L3 Plloo l:Cl1 2-1-13 R8 2:M3 1-01
0201 I:R6 30Fl 1-K3 2-1-13 R9 2:K4 1-05
0202 2;R(; 3-01 0100 2;011 2-02 2-1-13 RIO 2:K3 1-01
0203 2:66 3-13 2-02 PAOt01 1:010 2-A3 RI1 2:K4 1-05
0204 1:T7 3-Kl 0101 2:011 2-£4 Pll01 1:09 24-17 RI2 2:1<3 1-01
0205 2:T7 3-Ll 2-£4 2-1-16 Rl3 2:L3 1-01
0206 2:T7 3-Ll 0102 1;Bl0 24-12 2-1i7 R14 2:L4 1-06
0207 I:R7 3-M6 0103 2;Bl0 2-12 Pl102 1:02 2-1<0 R15 2:L3 1-01
C210 2:RB 3-G6 2-H2 2-1(1 RIG 2;05 1-89
0211 1;08 3-G6 0104 2;DB 2-14 2-1<1 R20 2:l<1 1-05
0212 I:AS 3-KS 2-15 PA0103 1:83 2-1<0 R21 2:M3 1-1-13
0213 2:07 3-IB 0105 1:810 2..11 PL103 1:08 2-BS R22 2:L3 1-1-14
C214 t:R8 3-H6 0106 1;E2 2-1(1 2-811 A23 2:M4 1-14
0215 t;RB 3-E8 0107 1:02 2-1(0 2-88 R24 2:M4 1-13
C216 2:66 3-Hl 0108 1:03 2-1(0 PA0104 1:E3 2-Pl A2S 2:M4 1-..13
0217 2:S6 3-12 D200 2:18 3-J3 PLl04 1:012 2-01 A26 2:P3 1-12
021a 2:18 3..J3 3-J3 2-01 R27 2:P3 1-12
C219 2:R7 3-MB 0201 1:1.16 3-C7 2-02 R28 2;M4 1-1(4
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DEVICE PCB CIRCUIT DEVICE PCB CIRCUIT DEVICE PCB CIRCUIT
R29 2:M4 1-1.3 R200 2:T7 3-02 R3T9 1:F3 4-PO
R30 2:N4 H5 R201 2:96 3-61 R380 2:T10 4.Qe
R31 2:P5 hili R203 2:1'8 3.J3 R381 2:Nl0 ~
R32 2:N6 l1A R204 1:1'8 3-.12 SKI 1:1<4 1""1
R33 2:N4 ltl R205 1:'1'8 3.J3 1-10.3
R34 2:N4 1-1<5 R206 2:T6 Ut 1-10.3
R35 2:M5 l-N2 R207 2:1'6 3-KO 1-10.3
R36 2:P7 H.5 R20B 1:17 3-K3 1-1.2
R37 2:R4 1-08 R209 2:R6 3-L7 l-A2
R38 2:84 l.e7 R210 2:17 3-02 l-A2
R39 2:84 1-OS R212 2:08 3-G8 l-A2
R40 2:12 1.£9 R213 2:R7 3-16 1"" 1
R41 2:L4 1-85 R214 2:R7 3-15 I-A 1
R42 2:L4 1-06 R21S 2:R7 3-li5 8.11 1:M8 t-A4
R43 2:MB l-A4 R216 2:81 ~EO SJ2 1:L7 1.f'5
R44 2;,J7 t-()4 R217 2:67 3-1'1 SWl00 1:85 2""6 I
R45 2;,J7 1-04 RV300 1:H5 4.£0 ~1 1:P7 1.f'5 I
R46 2:K7 1-04 RV301 1;63 4-01 ~2 1:P1 1.p7 ;
R47 2:05 l-CS R301 2:V8 4-A6 SJ3.3 1:P1 toPe
R48 2.-AS l-CS R302 2:Tl1 4·E8 SJ3.4 1:P1 loPe
R49 2:13 1-19 R303 2:Tl1 4.£7 SJ3.5 1:P1 1.pg
R50 2:S3 1.07 R304 2:Tl1 4.£7 SJ4.1 1:1<8 1.f>.C ! ,
RL100 1:02 2..,11 R305 2:610 4-F11 SJ4.2 1:K7 1.f>.C
2"""1 R306 2:Tl1 4-RI SJ4..3 1:K7 l-P3
2-MO R307 2:Tl1 4-F7 SJ4-I 1:1<7 l-P3
RV100 l:All 2-/12. R30B 2:810 4-07 SJ4.5 1:K7 1.p4
Rl00 2:Bl1 2·A3 R309 2:810 4-07 SK300-1 1:F7 4-l0
RV101 1:010 2-F5 RalO 2:610 4.07 SK3OO-2 1:F7 4-1.0
Rl0l 2:Al1 2·A2 R311 2:P1t 4-H8 SK3OO-3 I:Fa 4-1<0
Rl02 2.-Cl I 2·Bl Ra12 2:Pl1 4-H8 61(301-1 1:1'"4 4-00
RVI02 l:A9 2..13 Ra13 2:Pl0 4-17 6K301-2 1:1'"4 4-PO
RVIOO I:B7 2-1.7 Ral4 2:N1D 4-19 61(301-3 1:1'"4 4-PO
Rl00 2:Bl1 2-82 R315 2:Pt1 4-18 6K301""" 1:F3 4-00
Rl04 2:09 2-C9 Ra16 2.-PIt 4-,J7 TPI! 2:J12 4-W' I
RV104 1:04 2-0;) R317 2:Nl1 4.J7 TP12 2:G12 4-A4 ,
Rl05 2:09 2-C8 R318 2:Nl0 4-K7 TP13 2;Gl0 4.£4
Rl06 2:012 2.()2 R31S 2:Nl0 4-1(7 TP14 2.-G6 4-1..4
IRl07 2:09 2-08 R320 2:Kl0 4-1.8 TP15 2:F7 4-1>4
RIOB 2:09 2·08 R321 2:Kl0 4-1.8 TP16 2:F5 4-12 ,
IRtoo 2:010 2-08 R322 2:Kl1 4-l8 1100 1;04 2-02 i
Rl10 2:011 2·02 R323 2:Kl0 4"",,7 1200 I:R7 3...17
Rl11 2:011 2·02 R324 2:Hl1 4<>6 T200CAN I:R7 3.J8
&R112 2:010 2-e8 R325 2:Hl1 4.()8 X300 I:H5 4-l5
R113 2:Bl1 2.£2 R326 2:Hl0 4-OB &XF3OOA I:Gl1 4<:3
R114 2:011 2-FI R327 2:Hl1 4.p7 &XF3OOB I:GII 4-03
Rl1S 2;09 2-06 R328 2;G12 4-A4 &XF301 I:G9 4-H4
Rlt6 2;011 2-1'<1 R329 2;010 4-F3 &XF302 I;H6 4-N4
RII7 2;Bl1 2-F2 R330 2:Gl0 4-F3
RI19 2;011 2·F2 R331 2;H9 4-05
R120 2;09 2-FB R332 2:G9 4-04
A121 2;010 2·1'5 R333 2:H9 4-04
&RI22 2:09 2.07 R334 2;F9 .w:l
R123 2;011 2-04 R335 2;F8 4.J3
A124 2;BIO 2-03 R336 2;F8 4..,15
RI25 2:011 2-05 R337 2;FB 4.J4
&R126 2;(;9 2·H7 R338 2;G8 4·K3
&R127 2;09 2·H7 R339 ';09 4·K3
R12B 2;C3 2-Hl R340 2:G8 4-L3
RI29 2;03 2-HO R341 2;G8 4·K5
Rl!W 2;Bl0 2~4 R342 2:G8 4·LS
A131 2;89 2-17 R343 2:H5 4·M5
RI32 2;89 2-12 R344 2:06 4·M3
RI33 2:A9 2..,11 R345 2:G7 4-05
1'1134 2;89 2",,3 &A34S 2:H7 <I.ps
1'1135 2;89 2·K3 AM7 2;F7 4·P4
RI36 2:89 2·L3 R348 2:H6 4·P5
A137 2;B7 2-L7 R349 2;G7 4·A2
1'1138 2;C8 2·L4 R350 2:G7 <I·AI
RI39 2;08 2·L3 R351 2:G7 <I-BI
RI40 2;07 2·L7 R3S2 2:F7 4-81
R141 2;07 2-M7 R353 2;H5 4-Cl
R142 2;06 2·M7 R354 2:G5 4·00
Rl43 2;08 2-M3 R355 2:114 4-02
RIM 2AG 2·PS R356 2:04 4·01
1'1'45 2;86 2-N2 R357 2:114 4·00
RI46 2A6 2.p7 R358 2;114 4-01
R147 2;84 2-03 R359 2:04 4·el
RI46 2;84 2-03 R360 2:04 4·El
1'1149 2;011 2·F3 R361 2;04 4·E2
RI50 2;BIO 2-03 R362 2:05 4.f'1
R151 2:08 2-88 R:l63 2:1'"4 4·FO
&R152 2;E9 2-B7 R364 2:F4 4-02
Rl53 2;08 2-13 R365 2:G5 4.01
RI54 2:06 2-Cl R366 2:F5 4.01
RISS 2;05 2-C, R367 2:1'5 4·Hl
RI56 2;05 2-0;) R368 2:06 4-1<2
R157 2;05 2-Cl R369 I:Fa 4-Kl
RI58 2:07 2-1<;6 A370 2:F6 4-Kl
RI59 2;010 2·K3 R371 2:06 4·L2
RISO 2;010 2-02 R372 2:F7 4"""1
R1S1 2:04 2·AO 1'1373 2:03 4-M.2
R\62 2;09 2-H9 R374 2:03 4-Nl " i
Rl63 2;09 2·18 R375 2:06 4·N2 , ,
RI6-4 2;C8 2·18 R376 2:03 4-01 I,
RI65 2;05 2·A1 R378 2:F3 4-PO
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