Sony CMD-J5/J16 user manual

User manual for the device Sony CMD-J5/J16

Device: Sony CMD-J5/J16
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Date of adding : 2014-10-16 13:53:13
Number of pages: 20
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E Model
Ver 1.2 2001.05


Signalling format Dual-Band
Frequency range E-GSM 900 MHz, Transmit: 880 ~ 915 MHz
Receive: 925 ~ 960 MHz
DCS 1800 MHz, Transmit: 1710 ~ 1785 MHz
Receive: 1805 ~ 1880 MHz
GSM power class Class 4 (2W)
DCS power class Class 1 (1W)
SIM chip 3V and

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Power requirements 3.9 V (nominal) Operating temperature -10°C to +55°C Accessories operating temperature ± 0°C to +45°C Connectors External RF connector Bottom Connector (12-pin flat I/O connector) Mini plug head set jack Supplied accessories AC Adapter QN-3TC Battery (std.) QN-J5BPS AC cable Optional accessories Headset QN-3HS Battery (std.) QN-J5BPS NOTE This device contains electrostatically sensitive components. Damage can occur to these compo

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TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1 Specifications ……………………………………………………… (see Cover sheet) SECTION 2 General Descriptions 2.1 Multi Band ………………………………………………………. 04 2.2 Radio Frequency Power Levels …..………………………….. 05 2.3 Speech Codec …………………………………………………. 05 2.4 Languages ………………………………………………………. 05 2.5 Battery Charging ……..………………………………………… 06 2.6 Battery Safety ……………………………………………………06 2.7 Battery Capacity ….…………………………………………….. 06 2.8 Accessory Interface ..…………………………………………... 07 SE

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SECTION 2 GENERAL DESCRIPTIONS 2.1 Multi-band : CMD-J16 support E-GSM 900 and DCS 1800 multi-band functionality. For the use in Europe and in other countries worldwide, ETSI has specified GSM standards into two frequency bands. That is the 900-MHz and 1800-MHz band and is usually referred to as GSM900 and GSM1800 (formerly DCS1800). While the 900-MHz band has 124 channels (extended version: 175), the 1800-MHz band with its 375 channels provides a three-times higher capacity.

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2.2 Radio Frequency Power Levels: Between the DCS 1800 and both GSM Systems are differences regarding the power level. DCS 1800 basically needs lower power levels. If the performance of a MS for GSM system was certified of 2W (Power Class 4), then in the DCS-1800 system it is only 1W (Power Class 1). There are also reduced BTS power levels due to microcell applications, which means instead of the 40W (Power Class 4) in the GSM system DCS 1800 needs only 20W (Power Class 1). Pr

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2.5 Battery Charging There is no charging circuitry in the battery pack. The CMD-J5/J16 has complete charger function internally. The telephone can be charged only with the battery connected the phone. This situation can be sub-divided into two situations: the phone is on or off. It can be charged with the AC Adapter, Travel Charger or Cigar Lighter Charger. The battery symbol is used to indicate the charging, and to indicate when the battery is fully charged. This is done usi

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2.8 Accessory Interface The table explains what kind of pins the phone supplies to the different accessories. GND Charge GEN Power RX TX ACC RS232 RS232 Audio Audio AGND Pins I/O OUT (IN) (OUT) ID RTS CTS Out IN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Charger √ √ Connector layout Connector view from base of phone 12 1 The connector comprises the following pins: Audio Audio In, Audio Out and Audio GND: Audio IN: Is a single ended input with a maxi

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SECTION 3 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 3.1 The Basic Features of the CMD-J5/J16 • Parts and Controls This section provides a brief guide to the operation and facilities available on the CMD-J5/J16. Refer to the Operating Manual for full operational information. 1 Antenna 10 External connector 2 Display (Charging and Accessories) 3 On/Off Key, Call End Key, Clear Key 11 Battery 4 Voice Mail Key 12 Loudspe

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• The Centre Key Press the Centre Key in standby mode to access the Main Menu. During a call, press the Centre Key to access the Call Menu. In Sub-menus, access/exit the help function by pressing the Centre Key • The Voicemail Key Press and hold to access your Voicemail • The Side Switch In standby mode, slide the switch up to activate/deactivate the manner modes. Afterwards, it is possible to switch among the manner mode functions. All manner mode icons appe

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3.3 Icon Glossary ICON Explanation ICON Explanation Network not available Missed calls Network signal strength (strong) Incoming call barring Battery strength Outgoing call barring SMS (Envelope Icon) Incoming + Outgoing call barring Voicemail Conditional Divert Keypad locked Unconditional Divert Alarm Active call Silent Mode Call hold Vibra Alert Mute Microphone

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SECTION 4 DISASSEMBLING / TESTING 4.1 Disassembly IMPORTANT NOTE : The IMEI number is the electronic identification of the hardware, which is stored electronically. There should be no discrepancy between the number on the sticker and the number within the set memory allowed. In case of replacing the lower cabinet it is to make sure that the IMEI Sticker mounted on the lower case (visible from the battery compartment) will be replaced to the new housing part as well. Follow the

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LCD IMPORTANT: Do not detach the shield case from the main board CABINET LOWER Re-assembly procedure : To re-assemble the unit, apply the reverse order of the above mention disassembly procedure. 12

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4.2 Interface to GSM-Tester Test Set Up for CMD-J5/J16 Level 1 Testing CMD- J 5/J 16 + Battery Pack + Test SIM Card Service Test Connector RF output : SMA jack* STC-03 Part No. 3-224-391-01 RF input Connector * GSM – TESTER This unit acts as a base station providing all the necessary GSM signalling requirements and provides GSM signal measuring facilities as w

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Level Test Procedure with GSM TESTER recommendation: • Simulate GSM call processing – to check the functionality of transmitting and receiving audio signals of loudspeaker and microphone. • Basic GSM transmission & reception parameter testing – to ensure that handset’s performance compiles with standard GSM specification. 4.3 Jigs & Tools Description Part No Remark 1-757-348-11 Necessary For Software Update DATA TRANSFER CABLE D

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Section 5 PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS 5.1 Requirement • PC (486 type or higher) with Microsoft “Windows” Operating System • One COM-port free for usage • The Data Transfer Cable (p/n 1-757-348-11) PREPARATION FOR SOFTWARE UPDATE DATA TRANSFER CABLE 5.2 Hardware set-up • Copy all the files to the PC (define own directory). • Connect the Data Transfer Jig to the PC COM-port (COM 1 or COM 2) and the CMD-J5/J16 external connector. • Attach battery pack t

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• Select “file”/”Settings…” and check if the settings for the “Com Port”and “Speed” are correct. − The FlashLoader automatically detects all available Com ports on the PC. (COM 1 or COM 2) − Baud rates up to 812500bps will be supported, but standard PCs, unless it is correctly customised (i.e. with a Fast Serial Board), will not support Baud rates > 115200bps. − The default values are COM1 115200 • Click on the “Load” button and select an SRE file for downloading. −

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SECTION 6 DIAGRAMS 6.1 Block Diagram - Radio Frequency (RF) VCC_RF LDO RF_EN Rx frontend filter Rx interstage filter VCC_SYNTH LDO DCS LNA 1st Rx mixer IQ Demodulator IF RF IF SAW Filter RXIP I 440 MHz IF Amplifier (PGC) RXIN Ceramic Filter SAW Filter LO 1805..1880 MHz 1805..1880 MHz 90° BB amplifier and RXQP ∑ 0 low pass filter ° RXQN GSM LNA Q RF IF RX: AFC GSM 1365..1400 MHz VCTCXO SAW Filter SAW Filter DCS 1365..1440 MHz LO 925..960 MHz 925..960 MHz 13 MHz CLK13M 440 M

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IC 2 IC 2 is the platform of the A/D-D/A converter for the interfacing and processing of baseband I/Q signals and voice signals. It includes: the complete set of baseband functions to perform the interface and processing of voice signals, interface for processing of baseband components as In Phase (I) and Quadrature (Q) signals which support single slot and multi slot mode, associated auxiliary RF control features, supply voltage regulation, battery charging control and

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SECTION 7 SPARE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES LIST Note: • The parts with no reference in the exploded view are not supplied. Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark ACCESSORIES & PACKING MATERIALS 1 A-3649-251-A CABINET, UPPER SUB-ASSY ************************************************* (HONG KONG) 1 A-3649-263-A CABINET, UPPER SUB-ASSY 1-476-203-11 AC ADAPTOR EU QN-3AC1 (MALAYSIA) (MALAYSIA) 1 A-3649-313-A CABINET, UPPER SUB-ASSY

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