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Specification 2-1. GSM General Specification EGSM 850 EGSM 900 Phase 2 Phase 2 DCS1800 PCS1900 WCDMA Freq. Band[MHz] 824~849 880~915 1710~1785 1850~1910 1920~1980 Upl ink/Downl ink 869~894 925~960 1805~1880 1930~1990 2110~2170 ARFCN range 128~251 0~124 &975~1023 512~885 512~810 10562~10838 Tx/Rx spacing 45 MHz 45 MHz 95 MHz 80MHz 190MHz Mod. Bi t rate/ 270.833 Kbps 270.833 Kbps 270.833 Kbps 270.833 Kbps 3.84Mcps/s Bi t Period 3.692 us 3.692 us 3.692 us 3.692 us Time Slot Per iod/ 576.9 us 576.9 us 576.9 us 576.9 us 10ms Frame Period 4.615 ms 4.615 ms 4.615 ms 4.615 ms Modulat ion 0.3 GMSK 0....
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Specification 2-1. GSM General Specification

EGSM 850 EGSM 900 Phase 2 Phase 2 DCS1800 PCS1900 WCDMA

Freq. Band[MHz] 824~849 880~915 1710~1785 1850~1910 1920~1980 Upl ink/Downl ink 869~894 925~960 1805~1880 1930~1990 2110~2170 ARFCN range 128~251 0~124 &975~1023 512~885 512~810 10562~10838 Tx/Rx spacing 45 MHz 45 MHz 95 MHz 80MHz 190MHz Mod. Bi t rate/ 270.833 Kbps 270.833 Kbps 270.833 Kbps 270.833 Kbps 3.84Mcps/s Bi t Period 3.692 us 3.692 us 3.692 us 3.692 us Time Slot Per iod/ 576.9 us 576.9 us 576.9 us 576.9 us 10ms Frame Period 4.615 ms 4.615 ms 4.615 ms 4.615 ms Modulat ion 0.3 GMSK 0.3 GMSK 0.3 GMSK 0.3 GMSK Up Link:2BPSKDown Link:QPSK MS Power 33 dBm~5 dBm 33 dBm~5 dBm 30 dBm~0 dBm 30 dBm~0 dBm MAX:24(+1.-3) dBmMIN:<-50dBm Power Class 5 pcl ~ 19 pcl 5 pcl ~ 19 pcl 0 pcl ~ 15 pcl 0 pcl ~ 15 pcl CLASS 3 Sensi t iv i ty -102 dBm -102 dBm -100 dBm -100 dBm -106.7 dBm TDMA Mux8888- Cel l Radius - 35 Km 2 Km - - 2-1, Specification 2-2. GSM TX power class TX TX TX TX Power EGSM850 Power EGSM900 Power DCS1800 Powercontrol control control control PCS1900 level level level level 5 33±2 dBm 5 33±2 dBm 0 30±3 dBm 0 30±3 dBm 6 31±2 dBm 6 31±2 dBm 1 28±3 dBm 1 28±3 dBm 7 29±2 dBm 7 29±2 dBm 2 26±3 dBm 2 26±3 dBm 8 27±2 dBm 8 27±2 dBm 3 24±3 dBm 3 24±3 dBm 9 25±2 dBm 9 25±2 dBm 4 22±3 dBm 4 22±3 dBm 10 23±2 dBm 10 23±2 dBm 5 20±3 dBm 5 20±3 dBm 11 21±2 dBm 11 21±2 dBm 6 18±3 dBm 6 18±3 dBm 12 19±2 dBm 12 19±2 dBm 7 16±3 dBm 7 16±3 dBm 13 17±2 dBm 13 17±2 dBm 8 14±3 dBm 8 14±3 dBm 14 15±2 dBm 14 15±2 dBm 9 12±4 dBm 9 12±4 dBm 15 13±2 dBm 15 13±2 dBm 10 10±4 dBm 10 10±4 dBm 16 11±3 dBm 16 11±3 dBm 11 8±4 dBm 11 8±4 dBm 17 9±3 dBm 17 9±3 dBm 12 6±4 dBm 12 6±4 dBm 18 7±3 dBm 18 7±3 dBm 13 4±4 dBm 13 4±4 dBm 19 5±3 dBm 19 5±3 dBm 14 2±5 dBm 14 2±5 dBm 15 0±5 dBm 15 0±5 dBm 2-2, 3. Operation Instruction and Installation

Main Function

- Quad Band 2G(GSM850+EGSM900+DCS1800+PCS1900) Dual Band 3G(WCDMA2100 +WCDMA850) - GPRS Class12, EDGE Class12, HSDPA 3.6Mbps - FM Radio - WiFi - GPS(SUPL) - Bluetooth v2.1 + EDR - TFT 3.0" 16M Color Capacitive Full-Touch Screen - 3M CMOS Camera - MP3 Player - Solar Panel for Battery Charging 3-1, 10. Reference data

Reference Abbreviate

― ADC : Analog to Digital Converter ― AMPS : Advanced Mobile Phone System(analog IS-95) ― BGA : Ball Grid Array ― BPF : Band Pass Filter ― CDMA : Code Division Multiple Access ― DL : Downlink ― FTP : File Transfer Protocol ― GPS : Global Positioning System ― MMS : Multimedia Messaging Service ― PBA : Panel Board Assembly ― PCS : Personal Communication System ― PIM(S) : Personal Information Management (System) ― QPSK : Quadrature Phase Shift Keying ― RF : Radio Frequency ― RSS : Received Signal Strength ― SAW : Surface Acoustic Wave ― SMS : Short Message Service ― TCXO : Temperature Compensated Crystal Oscillator ― TSP : Touch Screen Panel ― UL : Uplink ― USB : Universal Serial Bus 10-1, 1. Safety Precautions 1-1. Repair Precaution ― Repair in Shield Box, during detailed tuning. Take specially care of tuning or test, because the specification of cellular phone is sensitive for surrounding interference(RF noise). ― Be careful to use a kind of magnetic object or tool, because performance of parts is damaged by the influence of magnetic force. ― Surely use a standard screwdriver when you disassemble this product, otherwise screw will be worn away. ― Use a thicken twisted wire when you measure level. A thicken twisted wire has low resistance, therefore error of measurement is few. ― Repair after separate Test Pack and Set because for short danger (for example an overcurrent and furious flames of parts etc) when you repair board in condition of connecting Test Pack and tuning on. ― Take specially care of soldering, because Land of PCB is small and weak in heat. ― Surely tune on/off while using AC power plug, because a repair of battery charger is dangerous when tuning ON/OFF PBA and Connector after disassembling charger. ― Don't use as you pleases after change other material than replacement registered on SEC System. Otherwise engineer in charge isn't charged with problem that you don't keep this rules. 1-1, Safety Precautions 1-2. ESD(Electrostatically Sensitive Devices) Precaution Several semiconductor may be damaged easily by static electricity. Such parts are called by ESD (Electrostatically Sensitive Devices), for example IC,BGA chip etc. Read Precaution below. You can prevent from ESD damage by static electricity. ― Remove static electricity remained your body before you touch semiconductor or parts with semiconductor. There are ways that you touch an earthed place or wear static electricity prevention string on wrist. ― Use earthed soldering steel when you connect or disconnect ESD. ― Use soldering removing tool to break static electricity. Otherwise ESD will be damaged by static electricity. ― Don't unpack until you set up ESD on product. Because most of ESD are packed by box and aluminum plate to have conductive power,they are prevented from static electricity. ― You must maintain electric contact between ESD and place due to be set up until ESD is connected completely to the proper place or a circuit board. 1-2, 4. Array course control 4-1. Software Adjustments Test Jig (GH99-36900A) Test Cable (GH39-01290A) RF Test Cable (GH39-00985A) Adapter (GH99-38251A) 4-1, 4-2. Software Downloading 1. Load the binary download program by executing the "BcomDownloader v1.7

Lite for BCM2153"

4-2, 2. Select the USB port that the mobile phone is connected to.. 4-3, 3. Select the 'nandpreboot_le' file in 'APPS' folder. 4-4, 4. Select the '.tfs & .rc1 & .image' file in binery folder. 4-5, 5. Click 'Bootloader+All Bin+FS' 4-6, 6. Click 'START' and click 'Download', download is starting. 7. When downloading is finished successfully, there is a pop up message 'All Files COMPLETE' 8. Confirm the downloaded version name and etc. : *#1234# Full Reset : *2767*3855# 4-7]
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