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Foreword
Summary
The corresponding product to this document is ME3000 modules. It introduces the appearance,
hardware framework, functions, technical specifications and relevant test standard of ME3000
module,whichisusedforsupportingdesignreferencetohardwareengineersandproductdesigners.

Objectreaders
Thisdocumentismostlysuitableforengineersasbelow:
l Systemdesigners
l Productengineers
l Hardwareengineers
l Softwareengineers
l Testengineers

Brief
Thisdocumentcontains7chapters,asfollowing:
chapter
contents
1Summary

Background,conceptsandapplicationsofME3000

2Abbreviation

Abbreviationsappearedinthisdocument

3appearanceandframework

AppearancefigureofME3000module

4functionsandinterfaces

BasicfunctionsandinterfacesofME3000module

5Technicalspecifications

IntroduceparticulartechnicalspecificationsofME3000module

6reliabilityteststandard

IntroducethereliabilityteststandardofME3000module.

7EMC/EMIstandard

IntroduceEMC/EMIstandardofME3000module

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Tableofcontents
1SUMMARY....................................................................................................................................................... 8
2ABBREVIATION.............................................................................................................................................. 8
3APPEARANCEANDFRAMEWORK............................................................................................................. 9
4FUNCTIONSANDINTERFACES................................................................................................................ 10
5TECHNICALSPECIFICATIONS.................................................................................................................. 10
5.1 COMMUNICATIONPROTOCOLSANDTECHNICALSPECIFICATIONS .....................................................................10
5.2 RF EMISSION ................................................................................................................................................12
5.2.1Frequencyandphasebias .....................................................................................................................12
5.2.2Frequencyandphasebiasundermultipathinterference ........................................................................12
5.2.3 Txpeakvaluepowerandpulseenveloptiming .....................................................................................12
5.2.4TXoutputspectrum..............................................................................................................................15
5.3 RF RECEIVING ..............................................................................................................................................17
5.3.1Referencesensitivity.............................................................................................................................17
5.3.2 Availableinputlevel .............................................................................................................................19
5.3.3Cochannelsuppression ........................................................................................................................19
5.3.4 Adjacentchannelsuppression ...............................................................................................................20
5.3.5Intermodulationsuppression .................................................................................................................21
5.3.6Blockingandspuriousrespond .............................................................................................................21
5.4 RECOMMENDATIONOFANTENNASPECS .........................................................................................................23
5.5 POWERSUPPLY .............................................................................................................................................23
5.5.1Inputvoltage ........................................................................................................................................23
5.6 WORKINGCONDITIONS .................................................................................................................................23

6RELIABILITYTESTSTANDARD................................................................................................................ 24
6.1 LOWTEMPERATURERUNNINGEXPERIMENT ...................................................................................................24
6.2 LOWTEMPERATURESTORAGEEXPERIMENT ...................................................................................................24
6.3 HIGHTEMPERATURERUNNINGEXPERIMENT..................................................................................................24
6.4 HIGHTEMPERATURESTORAGEEXPERIMENT..................................................................................................24
6.5 HIGHTEMPERATURE, HIGHHUMIDITYEXPERIMENT ........................................................................................24
6.6 HIGHLOWTEMPERATURESTRIKINGEXPERIMENT ..........................................................................................24

7EMC/EMITESTSTANDARD ....................................................................................................................... 25
7.1 STATICDISCHARGEESDINTERFERENCEIMMUNITYEXPERIMENT .............................................................25
7.2 RF ELECTROMAGNETICEMISSIONINTERFERENCEIMMUNITY EXPERIMENT ......................................................25
7.3 ELECTRICALFASTTRANSIENT/BURSTIMMUNITYEXPERIMENT ........................................................................25
7.4 LIGHTNINGANDSURGESTRIKEIMMUNITYEXPERIMENT .................................................................................26
7.5 RF ELECTROMAGNETICFIELDCONDUCTION INTERFERENCEIMMUNITY EXPERIMENT .......................................26
7.6 RADIATEDDISTURBANCEEXPERIMENT ..........................................................................................................26
7.7 CONDUCTEDDISTURBANCEEXPERIMENT ......................................................................................................26

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TABLEOFFIGURES
Figure31appearanceofME3000module ......................................................................................................... 10
Figure51Power/timeenvelopframeworkundernormaltestcondition ............................................................. 14
Figure52power/timeenvelopframeworkunderultratestcondition ................................................................. 15

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TABLES
Table51communicationprotocolsandtechnicalspecifications....................................................................... 10
Table52frequencyband ..................................................................................................................................... 11
Table53intervalassignment............................................................................................................................... 11
Table54encodingmodes .................................................................................................................................... 11
Table55datarate ................................................................................................................................................ 11
Table56frequencybias....................................................................................................................................... 12
Table57errorratetestedineachchannelofGSM850andGSM900 ............................................................... 18
Table58errorratetestedineachchannelofDCS1800andPCS1900 ............................................................. 18
Table59errorratetestedineachchannelofGSM850andGSM900 ............................................................... 18
Table510errorratetested ineachchannelofCS1800andPCS1900 .............................................................. 19
Table511errorratelimitandminimumquantityofsamplesineachfullspeedchannel ................................... 19
Table512errorratelimitandminimumquantityofsamplesineachhalfspeedchannelofGSM850andGSM
900....................................................................................................................................................... 20
Table513errorratelimitandminimumquantityofsamplesineachhalfspeedchannelofDCS1800andPCS
1900..................................................................................................................................................... 20
Table514theuselesssignallevelofGSM900andDCS1800 .......................................................................... 21
Table515TheuselesssignallevelofPCS1900 ................................................................................................. 22
Table516TheuselesssignallevelofGSM850 ................................................................................................. 22
Table517Errorratelimitandminimumquantityofsamplesineachchannel ................................................... 22
Table518recommendedantennaspecs .............................................................................................................. 23
Table519inputvoltage ....................................................................................................................................... 23
Table71staticexperimentlevel.......................................................................................................................... 25
Table72emissionantiinterferenceexperimentlevel......................................................................................... 25
Table73Electricalfastchangedpulsegroupantiinterferenceexperimentlevel............................................... 25
Table74Lightningandsurgestrikeantiinterferenceexperiment ...................................................................... 26
Table75conductionantiinterferenceexperimentlevel ..................................................................................... 26

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1Summary
ZTEME3000modulesisatypeofGSM/GPRSwirelessmodulesupportsdualBand,withabundant
voice, SMS, data service functions and so on. The modules can be applied in data transmission,
wirelessPOS,security,lotterymachine,autometering,wirelessfax,smallswitch,tobaccomachine,
information machine, wireless AD, wireless media, medical ward, remote monitoring, railway
terminals,intelligentelectronicproductsandvehicletrackingsystemsetc.
This document take ME3000 module as an example, introduces the appearance, hardware
framework,functions,technicalspecificationsandrelevantteststandardsformoduleindetail.

2Abbreviation
Abbr.
ADC

Fullname

AFC

AutomaticFrequencyControl

AGC

AutomaticGainControl

ARFCN

AbsoluteRadioFrequencyChannelNumber

ARP

AntennaReferencePoint

ASIC

ApplicationSpecificIntegratedCircuit

BER

BitErrorRate

BTS

BaseTransceiverStation

CDMA

CodeDivisionMultipleAccess

CDG

CDMADevelopmentGroup

CS

CodingScheme

CSD

CircuitSwitchedData

CPU

CentralProcessingUnit

DAI

DigitalAudiointerface

DAC

DigitaltoAnalogConverter

DCE

DataCommunicationEquipment

DSP

DigitalSignalProcessor

DTE

DataTerminalEquipment

DTMF

DualToneMultiFrequency

DTR

DataTerminalReady

EFR

EnhancedFullRate

EGSM

EnhancedGSM

EMC

ElectromagneticCompatibility

EMI

ElectroMagneticInterference

ESD

ElectronicStaticDischarge

ETS

EuropeanTelecommunicationStandard

FDMA

FrequencyDivisionMultipleAccess

AnalogDigitalConverter

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FR

FullRate

GPRS

GeneralPacketRadioService

GSM

GlobalStandardforMobileCommunications

HR

HalfRate

IC

IntegratedCircuit

IMEI

InternationalMobileEquipmentIdentity

ISO

InternationalStandardsOrganization

ITU

InternationalTelecommunicationsUnion

LCD

LiquidCrystalDisplay

LED

LightEmittingDiode

MCU

MachineControlUnit

MMI

ManMachineInterface

MS

MobileStation

PCB

PrintedCircuitBoard

PCL

PowerControlLevel

PCS

PersonalCommunicationSystem

PDU

ProtocolDataUnit

PLL

PhaseLockedLoop

PPP

Pointtopointprotocol

RAM

RandomAccessMemory

RF

RadioFrequency

ROM

ReadonlyMemory

RMS

RootMeanSquare

RTC

RealTimeClock

SIM

SubscriberIdentificationModule

SMS

ShortMessageService

SRAM

StaticRandomAccessMemory

TA

Terminaladapter

TDMA

TimeDivisionMultipleAccess

TE

TerminalEquipmentalsoreferreditasDTE

UART

Universalasynchronousreceivertransmitter

UIM

UserIdentifierManagement

USB

UniversalSerialBus

VSWR

VoltageStandingWaveRatio

ZTE

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3Appearanceandframework
AppearanceofME3000isasfollowingfigure31:

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Figure31appearanceofME3000module

l Dimensionlengthxwidthxheight44.0mmx28.0mmx7.6mm
l Weight8g

4Functionsandinterfaces
Thebasicfunctionsofmoduleareasbelow:
l SupportQuadBandEGSM900/DCS1800
l AutomaticallyswitchbetweenEGSM900andDCS1800
l Supportpacketdataservice
l Supportcircuitswitcheddataservice
l SupportSMSservice
l Supportstandard AT commandsandextendedAT commands
l SupportstandardUART interface
l Supportdualpathaudiointerface
l Supplementaryservicefunctionsincomingcalldisplay,callforward,callmaintenance,call
standby,triplecallserviceandsoon.
l SupportTCP/IPprotocol

5Technicalspecifications
5.1Communicationprotocolsandtechnicalspecifications
ThecommunicationprotocolsandtechnicalspecificationsofME3000 modulesisasfollowingtable
51:
Table51communicationprotocolsandtechnicalspecifications
Accessmode

GSM
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Techspec

GSMphase2/2+

Rx/Tx
frequency
interval

45MHzforGSM850
45MHzforEGSM900
95MHzforDCS1800
80MHzforPCS1900

Voiceencoding Halfrate(HR)
Fullrate(FR)
EnhancedFullrate(EFR)
AdaptiveMultiRate(AMR)
l ME3000frequencyband
EGSM900/DCS1800MHzTherefrequencybandsareshownin
table52.Datatransmissionratedependsonintervalassignmentandchannelencodingof
GPRS.
Table52frequencyband
name

Txfrequencyband(MHz)

Rxfrequencyband(MHz)

EGSM900

880~915MHz

925~960MHz

DCS1800

1710~1785MHz

1805~1880MHz

ME3000modulesupportsCLASS10theintervalassignmentisasfollowingtableTable53:
Table53intervalassignment
down

up

Maximum supported interval at the same


time

GPRSencodingmodessupportedbyME3000moduleareasfollowingtable54:
Table54encodingmodes
Encodingmodes

Datarate(kbps)

CS1

9.05

CS2

13.4

CS3

15.6

CS4

21.4

ThemaximumtheoreticdataratesupportedbyME3000moduleisasfollowingtable55:
Table55datarate
Encodingmode

Download(kbps)

Upload(kbps)

CS1

36.2

18.1

CS2

53.6

26.8

CS3

62.4

31.2

CS4

85.6

42.8

ME3000modulesupportsClassBbutwhenGPRSandGSMserviceexistatthesametime,
GPRSbreaksoff,ontheotherhand,voiceandSMSserviceofGSMisprior.AfterthatGPRS
servicecanresumeautomatically.

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5.2RFemission
5.2.1Frequencyandphasebias
Thefrequencyandphasebiasoftransmittermeansthedifferencebetweentheactualfrequency
andphasevaluesandthetheoreticones.
l ThefrequencybiasofeachGSMfrequencybandshouldbelessthan0.1ppm
l RMSoneachchannelandpowerlevelshouldnotover5.
l Peakvaluephasebiasoneachchannelandpowerlevelshouldnotover20.

5.2.2Frequencyandphasebiasundermultipathinterference
ItsthecarrierfrequencybiasofMSunderDopplerfrequencyshift,multiplepathRxandinterference.
ThefrequencybiasineachfrequencybandpermittedbyGSMstandardisasfollowingtable56:
Table56frequencybias
GSM850andGSM900

DCS1800

PCS1900

Spread
condition

Allowable
frequencybias

Spread
condition

Allowable
frequencybias

Spread
condition

Allowable
frequencybias

RA250

300Hz

RA130

400Hz

RA130

420Hz

HT100

180Hz

HT100

350Hz

HT100

370Hz

TU50

160Hz

TU50

260Hz

TU50

280Hz

TU3

230Hz

TU1.5

320Hz

TU1.5

330Hz

5.2.3Txpeakvaluepowerandpulseenveloptiming
Carrier peak value power of transmitter is the average value on a burst pulses useful
informationbittime.
OutburstpulsetimingistheintervalbetweenRxandTxofMS.
Undernormalandultratestconditions,everycarrierpeakvaluepoweroneachpowerlevelofGSM
frequencybandshouldbeinthecontentsoffollowingtable:
l GSM850andGSM900

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l DCS1800

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PCS1900

Under the same frequency and test condition, the difference between two TX carrier peak value
powerofcloserpowercontrollevelshouldbenolessthan0.5dBandnomorethan3.5dB.ForPCS
1900,whenpowerlevelis3,thedifferencebetweentwoTXcarrierpeakvaluepower,whosepower
controllevelis30and31respectivelycontrollevelis30or31,shouldbenolessthan0dBandno
morethan2dB
Undernormalandultratestcondition,power/timeenveloponeachpowercontrollevelshouldbein
thepower/timeenveloprangeshowninfollowingfigure.
Power/timeenvelopframeworkundernormaltestconditionisasfollowingfigure51:
Figure51Power/timeenvelopframeworkundernormaltestcondition

l ForGSM850andGSM900
1. 4dBcpowercontrollevel16
2. 2dBcpowercontrollevel17
3. 1dBcpowercontrollevel18,1931
l ForDCS1800andPCS1900
1. 4dBcpowercontrollevel11
2. 2dBcpowercontrollevel12
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3. 1dBcpowercontrollevel13,14and1528
l ForGSM850andGSM900
1. selectlargervaluebetween30dBcand17dBm
l ForDCS1800andPCS1900
1. selectlargervaluebetween30dBcand20dBm
2. minimumlimitvalue
l ForGSM850andGSM900
1. selectlargervaluebetween59dBcand54dBm
2. forDCS1800andPCS1900selectlargervaluebetween48dBcand48dBm
3. power/timeenvelopframeworkunderultratestconditionisasfollowingfigure52:
Figure52power/timeenvelopframeworkunderultratestcondition

l forGSM850andGSM900
1. 4dBcpowercontrollevel16
2. 2dBcpowercontrollevel17
3. 1dBcpowercontrollevel18,1931
l ForDCS1800andPCS1900
1. 4dBcpowercontrollevel11
2. 2dBcpowercontrollevel12
3. 1dBcpowercontrollevel13,14and1528
l ForGSM850andGSM900
1. selectlargervaluebetween30dBcand17dBm
l ForDCS1800andPCS1900
1. selectlargervaluebetween30dBcand20dBm
2. thetimebiasofemissionburstpulsetimingis1bitandtransmissiontimeis3.69s

5.2.4TXoutputspectrum
TX output spectrum is a RF spectrum yielded on the sideband close to carrier frequency by MS
because of modulation and power switch etc, which contains modulation spectrum and switch
temporaryspectrum..
ThepowerlevelonGSM850andGSM900modulationsidebandshouldnotexceedfollowing
table:

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ThepowerlevelonDCS1800modulationsidebandshouldnotexceedfollowingtable:

ThepowerlevelonPCS1900modulationsidebandshouldnotexceedfollowingtable:

ThepowerlevelonGSM850andGSM900powerswitchsidebandshouldnotexceedfollowingtable:

ThepowerlevelonDCS1800powerswitchsidebandshouldnotexceedfollowingtable:

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ThepowerlevelonPCS1900powerswitchsidebandshouldnotexceedfollowingtable:

l The tested max current level should be no larger than 79dBm in frequency range 869MHz
894MHz
l The tested max current level should be no larger than 79dBm in frequency range 935MHz
960MHz
l The testedmaxcurrentlevelshouldbenolargerthan71dBminfrequencyrange1805MHz
1880MHz
l The testedmaxcurrentlevelshouldbenolargerthan71dBminfrequencyrange1930MHz
1990MHz

5.3RFreceiving
5.3.1Referencesensitivity
l Fullspeedtrafficchannel
ThereferencesensitivityoffullspeedtrafficchannelTCH/FSmeansthesmallestinputelectrical
levelofreceiverunderstatedBERorFERcondition.
When input level is the reference sensitivity level (102dBm), the FER of reference sensitivity in
fullspeed traffic channel, data channel and control cannel under different conditions and different
channelscannotexceedthelimitvaluedisplayedinfollowingtable.
ErrorratetestedineachchannelofGSM850andGSM900isasfollowingtable57:

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Table57errorratetestedineachchannelof GSM850andGSM900

ErrorratetestedineachchannelofDCS1800andPCS1900isasfollowingtable58:
Table58errorratetestedineachchannelof DCS1800andPCS1900

noticethevaluerangeofparameteris11.6.thevalueoffrom Ib typeRBERtestshouldbe
equaltotheoneinFERtestunderthesametestcondition.

l Halfspeedtrafficchannel
ThereferencesensitivityofhalfspeedtrafficchannelTCH/HSmeansthesmallestRxinput
levelofreceiverundersituationthatstatedBER,FERorUFRvoiceframeisreceived.
When input level is the reference sensitivity level (102dBm), the FER of reference sensitivity in
halfspeed traffic channel, data channel and control cannel under different conditions and different
channelscannotexceedthelimitvaluedisplayedinfollowingtable.
ErrorratetestedineachchannelofGSM850andGSM900isasfollowingtable59:
Table59errorratetestedineachchannelof GSM850andGSM900

ErrorratetestedineachchannelofDCS1800andPCS1900isasfollowingtable510.

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Table510errorratetestedineachchannelofCS1800andPCS1900

5.3.2Availableinputlevel
The available input level of receiver means the input level range can be used by receiver under
situationthatstatedBERorFERisreceived.
WhenRFinputlevelofreceiverisintherangedisplayedbelow,theerrorrateshouldnotexceedthe
limitvaluesinfollowingtable.
GSM850andGSM900
Spreadcondition

FERlimit(%)

DCS1800andPCS1900

Minimum
FERlimit(%)
quantity of
samples

Minimum
quantity
samples

0.012

1640000

0.122

164000

3.25

60000

static73dBVemf()

0.012

1640000

static98dBVemf()

0.122

164000

static90dBVemf()
EQ

3.25

120000

of

5.3.3 Cochannelsuppression
Cochannelsuppressionmeansifthereisanuselessmodulationsignalatthestandardfrequencyof
receiver, the capability that performance could not less than fixed target when receive a useful
modulationsignal.
When useless signal is 9dB less than useful one, the error rate tested in each fullspeed channel
should not exceed values given in following table. The error rate limit and minimum quantity of
samplesareshownintable511:
Table511errorratelimitandminimumquantityofsamplesineachfullspeedchannel

When useless signal is 9dB less than useful one, the error rate tested in each halfspeed
channelshouldnotexceedvaluesgiveninfollowingtable.Errorratelimitandminimumquantity
ofsamplesineachhalfspeedchannelofGSM850andGSM900areinthetable512:
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Table512errorratelimitandminimumquantityofsamplesineachhalfspeedchannelofGSM850
andGSM900

ErrorratelimitandminimumquantityofsamplesineachhalfspeedchannelofDCS1800and
PCS1900areshownintable513:
Table513errorratelimitandminimumquantityofsamplesineachhalfspeedchannelofDCS1800
andPCS1900

5.3.4Adjacentchannelsuppression
Adjacent channel suppressionmeans if there is an useless signal in adjacent channel of receiver,
the capability that performance could not less than fixed target when receive a useful modulation
signal.
When 200kHz adjacent frequency interference signal is 9dB higher than useful signal, 400kHz
interference signal is 41dB higher than useful signal, error rate tested in each channel should not
exceedthevaluesdisplayedinfollowingtable:
GSM850andGSM900

DCS1800andPCS1900

interfer
channel
ence

Measure
FERlimit(%)
type

Minimum
FERlimit(%)
quantity of
samples

Minimum
quantity of
samples

200kH
z

FER

6.742*

8900

3.371*

17800

Ib type
RBER
bit

0.420/

1000000

0.270/

2000000

IItypebit RBER

8.333

600000

8.333

1200000

FACCH/
F

FER

10.640

5639

3.808

15756

TCH/FS

FER

11.461*

8900

5.714*

10500

Ib type
RBER
bit

0.756/

1000000

0.483/

1200000

IItypebit RBER

9.167

600000

9.167

720000

FACCH/
F

19.152

3133

6.832

8782

400kH
z

TCH/FS

FER

noticethevaluerangeofparameteris11.6.thevalueoffromIbtypeRBERtestshouldbe
equaltotheoneinFERtestunderthesametestcondition.
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5.3.5Intermodulationsuppression
Intermodulationsuppressionmeansiftherearetwoormoreuselesssignalthathasspecialfrequency
relationshipwithusefulsignal,thecapabilitythatperformancecouldnotlessthanfixedtargetwhen
receiverinceptusefulmodulationsignal.
Errorrateineachchannelshouldnotexceedthegivenvaluesinfollowingtable:
GSM850andGSM900
Channel/spread
condition

Measure
type

FER
(%

TCH/FSIItype/static

RBER

2.439

8200

8.961

6696

FACCH/F/TU
without
frequency

high FER
jump

DCS1800andPCS1900

limit Minimum
FER limit Minimum
quantity of (%)
quantity
samples
samples
4.368

of

13736

5.3.6Blockingandspuriousrespond
l Blocking
Blocking means if there is an strong useless signal at nonspurious respond or adjacent channel
frequency,thecapabilitythatperformancecouldnotlessthanfixedtargetwhenreceiverinceptuseful
modulationsignal.
TheuselesssignallevelofGSM900andDCS1800isshownintable514:
Table514theuselesssignallevelof GSM900andDCS1800

TheuselesssignallevelofPCS1900isshownintable515

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Table515Theuselesssignallevelof PCS1900

TheuselesssignallevelofGSM850isshownintable516:
Table516TheuselesssignallevelofGSM850

At upwards fixed useless signal level, when the quantity of tested samples is less than minimum
quantityofsamples,errorrateofmistakeneventsshouldnotexceedgivenvaluesinfollowingtable.
Errorratelimitandminimumquantityofsamplesineachchannelareasfollowingtable517:
Table517Errorratelimitandminimumquantityofsamplesineachchannel
GSM850andGSM900
channel

TCH/FS
type
FACCH/F

Measure
type
II RBER
FER

DCS1800andPCS1900

FERlimit%

minimum
FERlimit(%)
quantity of
samples

2.439

8200

8.961

6696

4.368

minimum
quantity of
samples

13736

l Spuriousrespond
IntherangeofFR45MHz frequencynotincludingFR800kHz
undernormaltestcondition:
1. forGSM850andGSM900,6failedfrequenciesarepermitted
2. forDCS1800andPCS1900,12failedfrequenciesarepermitted
3. for GSM 850 in the range of 100kHz~849MHz and 914MHz~12.75GHz, under normal test
condition, 24 failed frequencies are permittedif failed frequencies continue as a group, the
numberoffrequenciesineachgroupcouldnotmorethan3.
4. for GSM 900 in the range of 100kHz~915MHz and 980MHz~12.75GHz, under normal test
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condition, 24 failed frequencies are permittedif failed frequencies continue as a group, the
numberoffrequenciesineachgroupcouldnotmorethan3.
5. for DCS 1800 in the range of 100kHz~785MHz and 1920MHz~12.75GHz, under normal test
condition, 24 failed frequencies are permittedif failed frequencies continue as a group, the
numberoffrequenciesineachgroupcouldnotmorethan3.
6. for GSM 850 in the range of 100kHz~1910MHz and 2010MHz~12.75GHz, under normal test
condition, 24 failed frequencies are permittedif failed frequencies continue as a group, the
numberoffrequenciesineachgroupcouldnotmorethan3.
Upwards failed frequencies are spurious respond frequencies, when the interference signal level
decrease to 70dBVemfatthesefrequencies,errorrateofmistakeneventsshouldnot exceed
valuesgivenintable617

5.4 Recommendationofantennaspecs
Therecommendedantennaspecsareasfollowingtable518:
Table518recommendedantennaspecs
VSWR

1.5:1maximum

gain

Atleast0dBiinonedirection

Inputimpedance 50
Polarizedform

Verticalpolarizing

The requirements for antennas gain are different in different environment. Commonly, in used
frequencyrange,thelargergain,thebettercapabilityotherwise,outofthisrange,thesmallergain,
thebettercapability.
TheantennaseatstypeofME3000moduleisMM93292700B.

5.5Powersupply
5.5.1Inputvoltage
Theinputvoltageisshownintable519:
Table519inputvoltage
state

Max.voltage

Typicalvoltage

Min.voltage

Powersupply

4.25VDC

3.90VDC

3.30VDC

5.6 Workingconditions
l Workingtemperature:20~+80
l Storagetemperature:40~+85
l humidity0%~95%

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6Reliabilityteststandard
6.1Lowtemperaturerunningexperiment
l RequiredTemperature:20
l DurationTime:16H
l ReferencestandardGB/T 2423.12001

6.2Lowtemperaturestorageexperiment
l RequiredTemperature:40
l DurationTime:24H
l ReferencestandardGB/T 2423.12001

6.3Hightemperaturerunningexperiment
l RequiredTemperature:+80
l DurationTime:16H
l ReferencestandardGB/T2423.22001

6.4Hightemperaturestorageexperiment
l RequiredTemperature:+85
l DurationTime:24H
l ReferencestandardGB/T2423.22001

6.5Hightemperature,highhumidityexperiment
l
l
l
l

RequiredTemperature:+40
RequiredHumidity:85%RH
DurationTime:48H
ReferencestandardGB/T2423.22001

6.6Highlowtemperaturestrikingexperiment
l
l
l
l
l

Cycles:5
TemperatureRange:20~+80
DurationTime:2h
recoverytime:2h
ReferencestandardGB/T2423.32001

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7EMC/EMIteststandard
7.1StaticdischargeESDinterferenceimmunityexperiment
Experimentlevelstatedexperimentlevelsareshownintable71thisproductuselevel4.
Table71staticexperimentlevel
Touchdischarge

Airdischarge

level

Experiment
voltage(kV)

level

Experimentvoltage(kV)

15

special

special

7.2RFelectromagneticemissioninterferenceimmunityexperiment
Experimentlevelstatedexperimentlevelsareshownintable72thisproductuselevel3.
Table72emissionantiinterferenceexperimentlevel
Level

ExperimentfieldpowerV/m

10

exclusive

notice:thefrequencyrangeis80MHz 1000MHz

7.3Electricalfasttransient/burstimmunityexperiment
Experimentlevelstatedexperimentlevelsareshownintable73thisproductuselevel3.
Table73Electricalfastchangedpulsegroupantiinterferenceexperimentlevel
Level

Power supply and ground


Signalandcontrolports
protectionports
Peak value of Repeat ratio Peak value of voltage
Repeatratio(kHz)
voltage(kV)
(kHz)
(kV)

0.5

0.25

0.5

2.5

special

special

special

special

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7.4Lightningandsurgestrikeimmunityexperiment
Experimentlevelstatedexperimentlevelsareshownintable74thisproductuselevel2.
Table74Lightningandsurgestrikeantiinterferenceexperiment
Level

Opencircuitexperimentvoltage(kV)

0.5

1.0

2.0

4.0

special

l Experimentwaveshape1.2/50uscombinewave

7.5RFelectromagneticfieldconductioninterferenceimmunityexperiment
Experimentlevelstatedexperimentlevelsareshownintable75thisproductuselevel2.
Table75conductionantiinterferenceexperimentlevel
Level

ExperimentvoltageV

10

special

noticethefrequencyrangeis0.1580MHz
l Examinefrequencyrange0.15230MHz
l Frequencypace1
l modulationAM1KHz80

7.6 Radiateddisturbanceexperiment
l Demodulationmethodquasipeakvaluedemodulation,peakvaluedemodulation.
l ReferencestandardYD/T1169.12001GB92541998

7.7Conducteddisturbanceexperiment
l Demodulationmethodquasipeakvaluedemodulation,peakvaluedemodulation,averagevalue
demodulation,ACL
l ReferencestandardYD/T1169.12001GB92541998

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