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by Toko (toko@gsm-free.org)
q SERVICE MANUAL
CONTENTS
Parts marked with “!” are important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these parts with specified
ones for maintaining the safety and performance of the set.
SHARP CORPORATION
This document has been published to be used
for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
CONFIDENTIAL
DIGITAL MOBILE PHONE
MODEL TM200
(INTERNAL MODEL NAME: TM200)
• In the interests of user-safety the set should be restored
to its original condition and only parts identical to those
specified should be used.
Caution:
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type,
dispose of used batteries according to the instruction.
SERVICING CONCERNS
CHAPTER 1.GENERAL DESCRIPTION
[1] Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
[2] Names of parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
[3] Operation manual. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
CHAPTER 2. ADJUSTMENTS, PERFORMANCE
CHECK, AND FIRMWARE UPGRADE
[1] SHARP Program Support Tool (SPST) . . . . 2-1
[2] Test points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-25
[3] Trouble shooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-29
CHAPTER 3. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
[1] Disassembly and reassembly. . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
CHAPTER 4. DIAGRAMS
[1] Block diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
CHAPTER 5. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
[1] Notes on schematic diagram. . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
[2] Types of transistor and LED . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
[3] Waveforms of circuit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
[4] Schematic diagram/
Wiring side of P.W.Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
CHAPTER 6. OTHERS
[1] Function table of IC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
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SERVICING CONCERNS
1. When requested, back up user’s handset data using SPST (SHARP Program Support Tool). Otherwise, before servicing, warn the user that data
in the memory may be lost during repairs.
2. Upgrade the firmware to the latest version using SPST before returning the handset to the customer.
3. After repairs, inspect the handset according to the following flowchart.
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4. When storing or transporting a PWB, put it into a conductive bag or wrap it in aluminum foil.
(C-MOS IC may be damaged by electrostatic charges.)
5. Do not leave fingerprints, etc. on ornamental parts including a cabinet, especially clear windows for main and sub displays.
Wear fingerstalls to avoid this.
Also, ensure not to leave fingerprints on the surface of main and external display panels.
6. To prevent oxidation which causes connection problems, do not touch any terminals on the electric board,
microphone, vibrator, earpiece and speaker.
When handling these parts, wear fingerstalls. Should you touch these parts, clean them with a soft dry cloth.
Always wear fingerstalls when handling a shield case on the electric board.
Otherwise oxidation may occur causing handset performance deterioration.
7. The FPC is a precision device. Handle it carefully to prevent any damages.
8. Do not expose the moisture sensor to liquids.
If the sheet gets wet, red ink runs. In this case, replace the sheet with a new one.
Be careful about your perspiration.
9. Before you disassemble or reassemble handset, make sure to remove the Li-Ion battery.
10. Be sufficiently careful with static electricity of integrated circuits and other circuits. Wear static electricity prevention bands while servicing.
Repairs are completed.
(Fixed parts have been checked for proper operation.)
Check IMEI No./Operator code (Destination)/
Firmware version by Identity function of SPST.
Inspect each device using performance check adjustment function of SPST.
Carry out RF performance check with SPST.
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CHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
1. SPECIFICATIONS
*1) For JPEG wallpaper display only.
*2) SD memory card is not included.
*3) It varies depending on the condition.
FOR A COMPLETE DESCRIPTION OF THE OPERATION OF THIS UNIT, PLEASE REFER TO THE OPERATION MANUAL.
Camera Device 2 Megapixel CCD digital camera with LED flashlight
Autofocus Autofocus mode, Semi-autofocus mode, Manual focus mode
Function Max. 8x Digital zoom, Delay timer, Continuous shot, ±2 exposure correction
Image size Still : 2 Megapixel : 1,224 x 1,632 dots
1 Megapixel : 858 x 1,144 dots
Large : 768 x 1,024 dots (XGA)
Medium : 480 x 640 dots (VGA)
Small : 240 x 320 dots (QVGA)
Tiny : 120 x 160 dots (QQVGA)
Video : Large : 176 x 144 dots
Small : 128 x 96 dots
Main display Type 2.2 inch Transmissive System LCDs (CG-Silicon)
Colour depth 262k
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colours
Resolution QVGA (240 x 320 dots)
External display Type 1.06 inch Semi-Transmissive system LCDs
Colour depth 65k colours
Resolution 96 x 64 dots
Connections Bluetooth
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, SD memory card slot
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, Earphone/MIC, USB (Ver.1.1), RF connector
Sound Chords 40 chord polyphonic ringtones
Format AAC, MP3, SMAF, MIDI, i-melody, WAVE, AMR
Contacts list (Phonebook) 500 entries
Messaging SMS (Text message), MMS (Picture/Video messaging), E-mail with POP3 and
SMTP supporting attachment
WAP Version 2.0
Browser Openwave 6.2.3
JAVA
TM
Version MIDP2.0
Max. application size 200KB
Language 11 languages (English, German, Dutch, Czech, Hungarian, French, Spanish, Italian, Greek, Portuguese, Turkish)
Text input method T9, multi-tap
Band Tri-Band (900/1800/1900MHz)
GPRS Class B, Multislot Class10
Battery Li-Ion (840 mAh)
Continuous standby time Approx. max. 220 hours
*3
(TBD)
Continuous talking time Approx. max. 200 minutes
*3
(TBD)
Weight Approx. 120g (TBD)
Size (W x D x H) Approx. 49.2 x 96.3 x 27.1mm (with shell closed and excluding protrusions)TM200 GENERAL DESCRIPTION
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Please use discretion in privacy matters when taking photographs or
sending images with a camera-equipped mobile phone.
Design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
The information contained in this sales manual is current as of Decem-
ber 2004 (product still under development).
All screen images are simulated.
2. NAMES OF PARTS
3. OPERATION MANUAL
(Page numbers refer to the user guide)
[OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES]
 USB data cable
The above accessories may not be available in all regions. For details, please contact your dealer.
Powered by JBlend
TM
, Copyright 1997-2004 Aplix Corporation.
All right rights reserved. Java and all Java-based trademarks and logos
are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems,
Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.
JBlend and all JBlend-based trademarks and logos are trademarks or
registered trademarks of Aplix Corporation in Japan and other countries.
In this product, JBlend
TM
is incorporated.
JBlend
TM
is a Java execution environment that Aplix
developed for implementing advanced performance
and fast operation on small-memory systems.
JBlend and JBlend logo are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Aplix Corporation in Japan and other
countries.
Licensed by Inter Digital Technology Corporation under one or more
of the following United States Patents and/or their domestic or foreign
counterparts and other patents pending, including U.S.
Patents:4,675,863: 4,779,262: 4,785,450 & 4,811,420.
Licensed under U.S. Patent 4,558,302 and foreign counterparts.
CP8 PATENT
SD logo is a trademark.
T9 Text Input is licensed under one or more of the following: U.S. Pat.
Nos. 5,818,437, 5,953,541, 5,187,480, 5,945,928, and 6,011,554;
Australian Pat. No . 727539; Canadian Pat. No.1,331,057;
United Kingdom Pat. No. 2238414B; Hong Kong Sandard Pat. No.
HK0940329; Republic of Singapore Pat. No.51383; Euro. Pat. No 0
842 463 (96927260.8) DE/DK, FI, FR, IT, NL,PT.ES,SE,GB;
Republic of Korea Pat. Nos. KR201211B1 and KR226206B1; and
additional patents are pending worldwide.
Use of this product in any manner that complies with the MPEG-4
Visual Standard is prohibited, except for use directly related to (a) data
or information ( i ) generated by and obtained without charge from a
consumer not thereby engaged in a business enterprise, and ( ii ) for
personal use only; and (b) other uses specifically and separately
licensed by MPEG LA, L.L.C.
Bluetooth is a trademark of the Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG,
Inc. and any use of such marks by Sharp is under license. Other
trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.
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No. Name
1 2-megapixel camera
2 LED flashlight
3 External display
4 Side-up/Side-down key
5 Camera/Music key
6 Voice mail key
7 Flashlight key
8 USB/charger connector
9 Earpiece
F Main display
G Handsfree earphones & microphone (stereo)
H Navigation key (Up/Down/Left/Right)
You can programme the Navigation Key yourself.
I Centre key
J Earphones connector
K Font Zoom key
L The t-zones Key also gives you direct access to the t-zones
Online Homepage.
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CHAPTER 2. 1ADJUSTMENTS, PERFORMANCE CHECK, AND FIRMWARE UPGRADE
SPST (SHARP Program Support Tool) allows you to adjust settings, conduct performance checks, and upgrade the firmware.
[1] SHARP PROGRAM SUPPORT TOOL (SPST)
1. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
 IBM PC compatible personal computer (standard COM1 115,200 bps
serial port and USB required)
Supported OS: Windows 98/98SE/2000/XP
(except for Windows 95/ME/NT)
(English, German, Italian, Spanish, French and Chinese versions)
 Data cable

 GSM tester: CMU150
 GPIB interface: National Instruments USB-GPIB cable
(Model No.: NI GPIB-USB-B)
2. INTRODUCTION
2-1. FUNCTIONS
SPST offers seven key functions:
1) Firmware download
2) User data transfer (processes all data at once but not individually.)
3) RF calibration check and test
4) Default setting
5) Identification
6) Performance check and adjustment
7) User password reset
2-2. INSTALLATION
1. Use Windows Explorer to execute the “setup.exe” file on the CD-
ROM.
2. The SPST TM200 setup wizard appears. Follow the installation
instructions.
3. After the installation is complete, shortcuts to SPST are created on
the desktop and under the “Start”-“Programs”-“TM200” menu.
Start SPST from the shortcuts.
2-3. STARTING UP
Connect TM200 to an operable serial port of the PC with the supplied
data cable. Make sure that the battery is fully charged.
Start SPST from the desktop.
1. The Input password dialog box appears. Enter the password, select
a port where TM200 is connected from the list box, and click “OK”.
If you do not know SPC, click “Cancel” to exit.
2. To change the password, enter the current password in procedure 1,
and then click “Change Password”.
3. To check the usage status of tools, click “Show Repair Log” in procedure 1.
4. Click “Downloader for Emergency”.
The above screen appears. Select a model to use and execute the
Downloader. (Use this to initialize the flash, etc.)
5. When the password is correct, a connection is established and the
following screen appears.
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Refer to the attachment 1
for the destination and
operator name.
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Software version:
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3. ADJUSTMENTS FOR TM200
1. Adjustments are required after replacing the following parts. ( F )
When replacing other parts in the RF section, carry out RF calibration.
2. Click the buttons on the SPST screen for adjustments. 3. The following screen appears.
Default Set Refer to “4-1. Default setting”.
User Data Back-up Refer to “4-2. User data back-up”.
User Data Restore Refer to “4-3. User data restore”.
Downloader Refer to “4-4. Downloader”.
RF Calibration & Check Refer to “4-5. RF calibration & check”.
RF Test Refer to “4-6. RF test tool”.
User Password Reset Refer to “4-7. Password reset”.
Performance check
adjustment
Refer to “4-8. Performance check and adjustment”.
**** mode release Refer to “4-9. ****mode release”.
Exit End SPST.
Parts
Temperature adjustment
(Camera)
Temperature adjustment
(Battery)
Main display
flicker adjustment
White defect correction
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TH701 F uu u
Main display unit uu F u
Camera unit uuu F
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To abjust the device, click this button
(Performance check adjustment).
RF calibration
1 Temperature adjustment (Camera section)
2 Temperature adjustment (Battery section)
3 Main display flicker adjustment
4 External display contrast adjustment
5 White defect correction
6 Black defect correction
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4. FUNCTIONS
4-1. DEFAULT SETTING
SPST can restore the factory settings.
This function
1. Deletes all user data in the file system;
2. Restores all WAP settings to default; and
3. Restores the values set by the user to default;
(MEP_LOCK settings and the destination and operator name do not change.)

1) Set the COM port on the SPST initial screen and click “Default Set”.
2) Click “Yes” to proceed. Click “No” to exit.
3) Click “Yes” to back-up the MEPLOCK data. Click “No” to restore
default settings.
4) Communication starts.
5) The following appears when you select “Yes” in step 3 and
MEPLOCK data exists. Click “Yes” to restore the data.
6) After the handset is turned on, the initialization is complete.
4-2. USER DATA BACK-UP
SPST saves all the data stored on the handset.
1. Set the COM port on the SPST initial screen and click
“User Data Back-up”.
2. Specify the file name in the following dialog box and click “Save”
3. The communicating dialog box appears while processing.
4. When completed, the following message appears. Click “OK”.
4-3. USER DATA RESTORE
SPST completely restores the backed up data.
1. Set the COM port on the SPST initial screen and click “User Data
Restore”.
2. Specify the file name in the following dialog box and click “Save”.
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3. The communicating dialog box appears while processing.
4. When the restore is complete, click “OK”.
4-4. DOWNLOADER
4-4-1. Introduction
Downloader allows you to upgrade the firmware.
1) System requirements
 Requirements for the upgrading tool:
 Requirements for Loading loader
2) Required devices
The following devices are required to rewrite MOT files using Communi-
cation Box.
Conversion connector (16-pin 3 10-pin)
This conversion connector is required to connect TM200 with Communica-
tion Box since the cable connector of Communication Box has 16 pins.
4-4-2. Getting started
This section describes how to install/uninstall the software and how to
connect handset to a PC.
1) Installing/uninstalling the software
[Installing the software]
Note: Downloader is installing/uninnstalling simultaneously with SPTP.
1. Double click the “setup.exe” icon in TM200 Install-E folder.
2. The Setup Wizard is activated.
Click the “Next” button.
3. A location to install the software appears.
To install in the default location, click the “Next” button.
To change the location, click the “Browse” button, select a desired
location and then click the “Next” button.
(See the description in “* Changing the install location” below.)
OS : Windows 98, 98 SE, 2000, or XP
Download file : Only the Motorola format is supported.
Communication method : Asynchronous mode
Data length : 8 bits
Parity bit : None
Stop bit length : 1 bit
Handset : TM200
Communication method : Asynchronous mode
Data length : 8 bits
Parity bit : None
Stop bit length : 1 bit
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* Changing the install location
Click the “Browse” button in step 3 to browse folders.
Click the “c” button, select a folder and click the “OK” button.
4. A confirmation message appears.
Click the “Next” button.
5. Installtion starts. The progress is displayed.
6. The installation is completed.
Click the “Close” button to close the Setup Wizard.
7. The shortcut icon shown left is created on your desktop when the
installation is completed.
Note:
 After installing the upgrading tool in Windows 98 or 98 SE,
restart the operating system.
While installing the upgrading tool in Windows 98, 98 SE, or ME,
a message may appear prompting to restart the operating system.
In this case, restart your operating system follwoing the instruction.
Even if the message does not appear, restart your operating
system after the installation.
On Windows 98, if you start the upgrading tool without restarting the
operation system, the following message may appear. Restart the
operating system to ensure the proper operation of the upgrading tool.
 Uninstall the upgrading tool before installing the latest version or
reinstalling the current version.
Otherwise, the upgrading tool may not function properly.
To ensure the proper operation, uninstall and then reinstall the
upgrading tool.
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[Uninstalling the software]
1. Double click “setup.exe” in TM200 Install-E folder.
2. The Setup Wizard is activated. Select “Remove The TM200
Upgrading Tool” and click the “Finish” button.
3. Uninstalltion starts. The progress is displayed.
4. The uninstallation is completed. Click the “Close” button to close
the Setup Wizard.
2) Connecting handset to a PC
A) Using a cable for upgrading
1. Connect the cable to a PC.
2. Connect the cable to handset.
3. The photo below shows handset connected to a PC.
B) Using Communication Box
1. Connect a PC to Communication Box via a serial cable.
2. Connect the AC charger to Communication Box and then plug it into
the outlet.
All SET POWER SW on Communication Box must be turned off.
3. Connect the conversion connector to Communication Box Cables.
Connect the conversion connector in the following order, label side up.
From upper right end: Cable No. 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9.
From lower right end: Cable No. 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10.
4. The photo below shows the conversion connector connected to
Communication Box Cable 1.
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5. Connect the other end of the conversion connector to handset.
6. The photo below shows handset, Communication Box and a PC
(all connected).
Make sure handset and Communication Box Cable 1 are connected
via the conversion connector.
Note:
 Handset must be turned off before making any connections.
Press and hold the Power key to turn off handset.
Do not turn off in other ways. Malfunction may occur and the MOT
file rewrite operation may fail.
 Make sure the handset battery is sufficiently charged.
If the battery is low, the MOT file rewrite operation may fail.
Charge the battery before the operation.
 Disconnect the AC charger from a cable for upgrading.
When rewriting MOT files using the upgrading tool, do not connect
the AC charger to the cable.
If you connect the cable connected to the AC charger to handset,
charging starts and the MOT file rewrite operation is interrupted.
 All SET POWER SW on Communication Box must be turned off.
If handset is connected with SET POWER SW turned on, charging
starts and the MOT file rewrite operation is interrupted.
 Make sure handset and Communication Box Cable 1 are
connected via the conversion connector.
(When using Communication Box, the only handset connected to
Cable 1 can be operated on the PC.)
4-4-3. Rewriting MOT files
This section describes how to rewrite MOT files.
1) Downloader for Emergency
1. Click “Downloader for Emergency“.
2. The upgrading tool is activated.
Note: Disable the power saving mode before rewriting MOT files.
If the power saving mode is active, the rewrite operation may fail
depending on the PC.
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2) Selecting options and COM port
1 Uncheck the check box when using a cable for upgrading.
Leave it checked when using Communication Box.
2 To initialize user area, check the File System Initialize check
box. (User data will be deleted and the handset status will
return to the default.)
3 Click here and in the pull-down list, select a communications
port where the cable or Communication Box is connected.
When using Communication Box, set Wait Time.
Check the Communication Box check box to adjust Wait Time (default: 3
seconds). The time to delete the program data varies between handsets.
Handsets wait for the set Wait Time until the whole process is
completed. If an error occurs, increase the value.
[Notes for the Wait Time setting]
When the set value is smaller than the default (3), the message on the
left appears alerting you a possible error.
Click the [OK] button to proceed, and click the [Cancel] button to
change the value.
You can shorten time for the MOT rewrite operation by selecting a
smaller value for Wait Time.
Example: Time to rewrite two MOT files at a time.
At the default setting (3 seconds), rewrite time is approximately 40 minutes.
If the value is set to 1, the rewrite time will be reduced to approximately
30 minutes.
If an error occurs at 1, increase the value.
The error screen will appear on handsets No. 2 to No.10.
If this screen appears, increase Wait Time and retry.
Error screen
When the File System Initialize check box is checked, a confirmation
message appears.
Note: When you check File System Initialize check box and click the
[OK] button, handset status returns to the default.
In this case, user data is initialized after the MOT file rewrite
operation. Uncheck the check box to avoid this.
3) Selecting a MOT file
1. Click the [Select File] button.
The Open dialog box appears.
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Click the [OK] button.
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[Open dialog box]
1 Click the [c] button to open a desired folder.
2 A Motorola file (.mot) in the folder appears. Click a file to write in.
3 Click the [Open] button to open the file.
Note:
 Make sure to select a MOT file.
If the File name field is blank, you cannot rewrite a MOT file.
 Use MOT files in the hard disk.
If the selected MOT file is stored in other locations, an error mes-
sage appears and you cannot complete the rewrite operation.
To use MOT files on CDs or on the network, copy or download them to
the hard disk first.
4) Rewriting a MOT file
Click the [Start Loading Flash] button to start rewriting.
1. “Press Power Button” appears.

Hold down the Power key.

Turn on Communication Box SW from No.10 down to No.1 (turn
on only the handsets you are using).
2. “Keep Pressing Power Button” appears.

Hold down the Power key until the “Keep Pressing Power But-
ton” disappears.

Leave the Communication Box SW turned on.
3. The MOT file rewrite operation starts.

When “Keep Pressing Power Button” disappears, release the
Power key.

Leave the Communication Box SW turned on.
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4. When the rewrite operation starts, handset display screen shows
the software version and process of communications with the PC.
Canceling the ongoing rewrite operation:
Click the [QUIT] button.
To rewrite MOT files later, remove and install the battery first.
[Notes for the use of a cable for upgrading]
1. Disconnect the AC charger from the cable. Otherwise charging
starts and the MOT file rewrite operation is interrupted.
2. Make sure the handset battery is sufficiently charged.
If the battery is low, the rewrite operation may fail. Charge the bat-
tery before the operation.
3. If the ongoing rewrite operation is canceled, or interrupted by an
error, remove and reinstall the battery and retry.
[Notes for the use of the Communication Box]
1. When “Press Power Button!” appears, turn on Communication Box
SW from No.10 down to No.1. If the communication BoxSW No.1 is
first turned on, the rewrite on communication BoxSW No. 2 to No. 10
operation will fail.
2. The time to delete the program data varies between handsets. If the
process fails at the default Wait Time (3 seconds), increase the
value.
Consequently, this will increase the time to complete the rewrite
operation.
5) Checking the value of SUM
When the rewrite operation is completed, a confirmation message
appears with SUM.
SUM also appears on handset.

After 8 seconds, SUM disappears.

When SET POWER SW is turned off, SUM disappears.
Make sure SUM is the same between the PC and handset.
The same SUM means that the rewrite operation is completed properly.
If the value is different, try again to ensure completion of the operation.
If the MOT file rewrite operation fails, an error message appears on
handset.
*The screen shot on the left shows an error in erasing Flash data.
[ADR] and [STR] appear only when an error occurs in the FLASH-
related operation.
Start over the MOT file rewrite operation.

Find the message in 4-4-4. 2)Error messages for Loading loader, and
follow the instructions.
Error screen
6) After the operation
Disconnect the cable for upgrading from handset.
When using the Communication Box, turn off SET POWER SW and
then disconnect the cable from handset.
Flash Loader 5.02
XXXXXXXCommand
Flash Loader 5.02
SUM Check End
SUM = 0xdb3d
Flash Loader 5.02
FLASH_ERROR
ERROR_ERASE
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7) Initializing only the file system
Follow the instructions below to initialize only the file system.
(User data will be deleted and the handset status will return to the
default.)
*Perform this procedure when the handset does not turn on.
1 Check the File System Initialize check box.
2 Leave the Load File text box blank.
3 Click the [Start Loading Flash] button.
For further operations, refer to [4-4-3. 4) Rewriting a MOT file] or
[4-4-3. 5) Checking the value of SUM].
4-4-4. Error message list
Below is the list of error messages for the upgrading tool (on the PC
side) and Loading loader (on the handset side).
1) Error messages for the upgrading tool (on the PC side)
2) Error messages for Loading loader (on the handset side)
*When No.1 occurs, handset screen shows error messages for No.2
to No.8 as well as the address (No.10) and status (No.11) of the error
source at the same time.
4-5. RF CALIBRATION & CHECK
4-5-1. Preparation
 Connect PC and GSM tester with a GPIB cable.
 Connect PC and handset with a Data cable.
(Use a test battery or one close.)
 Connect a RF cable of GSM tester to handset.
No. Message Descriptions/Instructions
1 Select a file for Downloading
or check the box of Initializing.
Load File is not set. Select
a MOT file.
2 Unable to open file. Failed to open the MOT file.
Start over the rewrite operation.
3 You need to set the Wait Time! WaitTime (S) is not set.
Set WaitTime (S) value.
4 The file you selected is
unsuitable for Upgrading.
The selected file cannot be rewrit-
ten for upgrading.
Select an appropriate MOT file.
5 Cannot Setup COM port. The selected COM port does not
exist or is used for other operations.
Select a COM port connected to
the PC cable.
6 RAM Loader not responding
to Commands.
No response from Loading loader.
Start over the rewrite operation.
7 RAM Loader responding
Parameter Error.
Information sent from the PC is illegal.
Reinstall the upgrading tool. Start
over the rewrite operation.
8 RAM Loader responding
Flash Error (XXXX).
Failed to initialize FLASH ROM in
(XXXX).
Start over the rewrite operation.
9 Correspondence Error. Undefined response from Loading
loader.
Start over the rewrite operation.
12 3
TM200
TM200
X.XX
No. Message Descriptions/Instructions
1 FLASH_ERROR An error in Flash Rom.
Start over the rewrite operation.
2 ERROR_PARAM The upgrading tool is damaged.
Uninstall and reinstall the upgrading tool,
and start over the rewrite operation.
3 ERROR_WPROTECT Flash Rom is protected.
Battery may be too low.
Use a sufficiently charged battery and
start over the rewrite operation.
4 ERROR_READ Failed to read Flash Rom data and the
operation was aborted.
Start over the rewrite operation.
5 ERROR_WRITE Failed to write to Flash Rom and the
operation was aborted.
Start over the rewrite operation.
6 ERROR_ERASE Failed to erase Flash Rom data and the
operation was aborted.
Start over the rewrite operation.
7 ERROR_VERIFY The rewrite operation was aborted since
there was a mismatch between data writ-
ten to Flash Rom and that written to
handset.
Start over the rewrite operation.
8 ERROR_RWE_TMOUT Communication was terminated since
there was no response from Flash Rom
for a certain period of time.
Start over the rewrite operation.
9 CORRESPONDENCE
_ERROR
Communication was terminated since
serial data communication failed.
Start over the rewrite operation.
10 ADR = XXXXXXXX Indicates the address of Flash
(the error source).
11 STR = XX Indicates the status of Flash
(the error source).
PC
Data cable
Test battery
Stabilized
power supply
RF cable
Handset
GSM tester
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4-5-2. Default setting for the program.
 Activate the program and set defaults.
4-5-3. RF calibration (Remove SIM card)
1. Apply 4 V using a stabilized power supply and turn on the handset.
2. Start “RF calibration & check” on SPST and click “Calibration”.
3. When initialization is complete, click “OK”.
4. Apply 4 V using a stabilized power supply and turn on the handset.
After the handset enters Standby mode, lower the voltage to 3.7 V.
5. Make sure the handset is on and click “OK”. (Adjustment starts.)
6. Click “OK”.
7. The initial screen returns.
4-5-4. RF performance check (Insert SIM card)
1. Apply 4 V using a stabilized power supply and turn on the handset.
2. Start “RF calibration & check” on SPST and click “Calibration”.
3. When initialization is complete, click “OK”.
4. Apply 4 V using a stabilized power supply and turn on the handset.
After the handset enters Standby mode, lower the voltage to 3.7 V.
5.Make sure the handset is in the idle mode and click “OK”..
2) Set the GPIB No.
the COMport. 1) Select
3)Select the test instrument.
4) Set the GPIBaddress.
5) Set the”Cable Offset” values.
For cables with connector
UKOG-1031YCZZ (1.0m)
UKOG-1032YCZZ (0.5m)
the values as follows:
GSM900 0.48 0.27
DCS1800 0.67 0.38
PCS1900 0.68 0.38
*
:
:
:
TM200
(1.0m) (0.5m)
In case of an attenuator
addition state, 6 db addition
to the value.
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6. Press the keys 1, 2, 3 and Send and click “OK”.
7. Make sure the terminal display is “In Call” and click “OK”.
(RF performance check starts.)
8. The following message appears during the check. Press the keys 1,
2, 3 and Send again and click “OK”.
9. Make sure the terminal display is “In Call” and click “OK”.
10. RF performance check is complete. Click “Save As…” and name
the file to save the result. Click “OK” to exit.
The following will be displayed in case of failure.
See the attachment 2 for troubleshooting.
11. Click “OK”.
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Attachment 2
Whole inspection list by RF performance check.
Band
Sending/
Receive
No.
Item to be
inspected
Channel PCL
GSM900 Tx 1 Burst Power 37CH PCL5
2 Burst Power 975CH PCL5
3 Burst Power 124CH PCL5
4 Burst Power 37CH PCL11
5 Burst Power 37CH PCL19
6 Frequency Error 37CH PCL5
7 Frequency Error 975CH PCL5
8 Frequency Error 124CH PCL5
9 Phase Error (RMS) 37CH PCL5
10 Phase Error (RMS) 975CH PCL5
11 Phase Error (RMS) 124CH PCL5
12 Phase Error (Peak) 37CH PCL5
13 Phase Error (Peak) 975CH PCL5
14 Phase Error (Peak) 124CH PCL5
15 Mod_spectrum -800 37CH PCL5
16 Mod_spectrum -600 37CH PCL5
17 Mod_spectrum -400 37CH PCL5
18 Mod_spectrum -250 37CH PCL5
19 Mod_spectrum -200 37CH PCL5
20 Mod_spectrum +200 37CH PCL5
21 Mod_spectrum +250 37CH PCL5
22 Mod_spectrum +400 37CH PCL5
23 Mod_spectrum +600 37CH PCL5
24 Mod_spectrum +800 37CH PCL5
25 Mod_spectrum -800 975CH PCL5
26 Mod_spectrum -600 975CH PCL5
27 Mod_spectrum -400 975CH PCL5
28 Mod_spectrum -250 975CH PCL5
29 Mod_spectrum -200 975CH PCL5
30 Mod_spectrum +200 975CH PCL5
31 Mod_spectrum +250 975CH PCL5
32 Mod_spectrum +400 975CH PCL5
33 Mod_spectrum +600 975CH PCL5
34 Mod_spectrum +800 975CH PCL5
35 Mod_spectrum -800 124CH PCL5
36 Mod_spectrum -600 124CH PCL5
37 Mod_spectrum -400 124CH PCL5
38 Mod_spectrum -250 124CH PCL5
39 Mod_spectrum -200 124CH PCL5
40 Mod_spectrum +200 124CH PCL5
41 Mod_spectrum +250 124CH PCL5
42 Mod_spectrum +400 124CH PCL5
43 Mod_spectrum +600 124CH PCL5
44 Mod_spectrum +800 124CH PCL5
45 Mod_spectrum -800 37CH PCL11
46 Mod_spectrum -600 37CH PCL11
47 Mod_spectrum -400 37CH PCL11
GSM900 Tx 48 Mod_spectrum -250 37CH PCL11
49 Mod_spectrum -200 37CH PCL11
50 Mod_spectrum +200 37CH PCL11
51 Mod_spectrum +250 37CH PCL11
52 Mod_spectrum +400 37CH PCL11
53 Mod_spectrum +600 37CH PCL11
54 Mod_spectrum +800 37CH PCL11
55 Mod_spectrum -800 37CH PCL19
56 Mod_spectrum -600 37CH PCL19
57 Mod_spectrum -400 37CH PCL19
58 Mod_spectrum -250 37CH PCL19
59 Mod_spectrum -200 37CH PCL19
60 Mod_spectrum +200 37CH PCL19
61 Mod_spectrum +250 37CH PCL19
62 Mod_spectrum +400 37CH PCL19
63 Mod_spectrum +600 37CH PCL19
64 Mod_spectrum +800 37CH PCL19
65 Switch_Spectrum -1800 37CH PCL5
66 Switch_Spectrum -1200 37CH PCL5
67 Switch_Spectrum -600 37CH PCL5
68 Switch_Spectrum -400 37CH PCL5
69 Switch_Spectrum +400 37CH PCL5
70 Switch_Spectrum +600 37CH PCL5
71 Switch_Spectrum +1200 37CH PCL5
72 Switch_Spectrum +1800 37CH PCL5
73 Switch_Spectrum -1800 975CH PCL5
74 Switch_Spectrum -1200 975CH PCL5
75 Switch_Spectrum -600 975CH PCL5
76 Switch_Spectrum -400 975CH PCL5
77 Switch_Spectrum +400 975CH PCL5
78 Switch_Spectrum +600 975CH PCL5
79 Switch_Spectrum +1200 975CH PCL5
80 Switch_Spectrum +1800 975CH PCL5
81 Switch_Spectrum -1800 124CH PCL5
82 Switch_Spectrum -1200 124CH PCL5
83 Switch_Spectrum -600 124CH PCL5
84 Switch_Spectrum -400 124CH PCL5
85 Switch_Spectrum +400 124CH PCL5
86 Switch_Spectrum +600 124CH PCL5
87 Switch_Spectrum +1200 124CH PCL5
88 Switch_Spectrum +1800 124CH PCL5
89 Switch_Spectrum -1800 37CH PCL11
90 Switch_Spectrum -1200 37CH PCL11
91 Switch_Spectrum -600 37CH PCL11
92 Switch_Spectrum -400 37CH PCL11
Band
Sending/
Receive
No.
Item to be
inspected
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GSM900 Tx 93 Switch_Spectrum +400 37CH PCL11
94 Switch_Spectrum +600 37CH PCL11
95 Switch_Spectrum +1200 37CH PCL11
96 Switch_Spectrum +1800 37CH PCL11
97 Switch_Spectrum -1800 37CH PCL19
98 Switch_Spectrum -1200 37CH PCL19
99 Switch_Spectrum -600 37CH PCL19
100 Switch_Spectrum -400 37CH PCL19
101 Switch_Spectrum +400 37CH PCL19
102 Switch_Spectrum +600 37CH PCL19
103 Switch_Spectrum +1200 37CH PCL19
104 Switch_Spectrum +1800 37CH PCL19
105 Burst Timing 37CH PCL5
106 Burst Timing 975CH PCL5
107 Burst Timing 124CH PCL5
108 Burst Timing 37CH PCL11
109 Burst Timing 37CH PCL19
Rx 110 Rx Sensitivity 37CH PCL5
111 Rx Sensitivity 975CH PCL5
112 Rx Sensitivity 124CH PCL5
113 Usable Receiver Level 37CH PCL5
114 Rx Level Reports 37CH PCL5
DCS Tx 115 Burst Power 699CH PCL0
116 Burst Power 512CH PCL0
117 Burst Power 855CH PCL0
118 Burst Power 699CH PCL5
119 Burst Power 699CH PCL15
120 Frequency Error 699CH PCL0
121 Frequency Error 512CH PCL0
122 Frequency Error 885CH PCL0
123 Phase Error (RMS) 699CH PCL0
124 Phase Error (RMS) 512CH PCL0
125 Phase Error (RMS) 885CH PCL0
126 Phase Error (Peak) 699CH PCL0
127 Phase Error (Peak) 512CH PCL0
128 Phase Error (Peak) 855CH PCL0
129 Mod_spectrum -800 699CH PCL0
130 Mod_spectrum -600 699CH PCL0
131 Mod_spectrum -400 699CH PCL0
132 Mod_spectrum -250 699CH PCL0
133 Mod_spectrum -200 699CH PCL0
134 Mod_spectrum +200 699CH PCL0
135 Mod_spectrum +250 699CH PCL0
136 Mod_spectrum +400 699CH PCL0
137 Mod_spectrum +600 699CH PCL0
138 Mod_spectrum +800 699CH PCL0
139 Mod_spectrum -800 512CH PCL0
Band
Sending/
Receive
No.
Item to be
inspected
Channel PCL
DCS Tx 140 Mod_spectrum -600 512CH PCL0
141 Mod_spectrum -400 512CH PCL0
142 Mod_spectrum -250 512CH PCL0
143 Mod_spectrum -200 512CH PCL0
144 Mod_spectrum +200 512CH PCL0
145 Mod_spectrum +250 512CH PCL0
146 Mod_spectrum +400 512CH PCL0
147 Mod_spectrum +600 512CH PCL0
148 Mod_spectrum +800 512CH PCL0
149 Mod_spectrum -800 885CH PCL0
150 Mod_spectrum -600 885CH PCL0
151 Mod_spectrum -400 885CH PCL0
152 Mod_spectrum -250 885CH PCL0
153 Mod_spectrum -200 885CH PCL0
154 Mod_spectrum +200 885CH PCL0
155 Mod_spectrum +250 885CH PCL0
156 Mod_spectrum +400 885CH PCL0
157 Mod_spectrum +600 885CH PCL0
158 Mod_spectrum +800 885CH PCL0
159 Mod_spectrum -800 699CH PCL5
160 Mod_spectrum -600 699CH PCL5
161 Mod_spectrum -400 699CH PCL5
162 Mod_spectrum -250 699CH PCL5
163 Mod_spectrum -200 699CH PCL5
164 Mod_spectrum +200 699CH PCL5
165 Mod_spectrum +250 699CH PCL5
166 Mod_spectrum +400 699CH PCL5
167 Mod_spectrum +600 699CH PCL5
168 Mod_spectrum +800 699CH PCL5
169 Mod_spectrum -800 699CH PCL15
170 Mod_spectrum -600 699CH PCL15
171 Mod_spectrum -400 699CH PCL15
172 Mod_spectrum -250 699CH PCL15
173 Mod_spectrum -200 699CH PCL15
174 Mod_spectrum +200 699CH PCL15
175 Mod_spectrum +250 699CH PCL15
176 Mod_spectrum +400 699CH PCL15
177 Mod_spectrum +600 699CH PCL15
178 Mod_spectrum +800 699CH PCL15
179 Switch_Spectrum -1800 699CH PCL0
180 Switch_Spectrum -1200 699CH PCL0
181 Switch_Spectrum -600 699CH PCL0
182 Switch_Spectrum -400 699CH PCL0
183 Switch_Spectrum +400 699CH PCL0
184 Switch_Spectrum +600 699CH PCL0
185 Switch_Spectrum +1200 699CH PCL0
186 Switch_Spectrum +1800 699CH PCL0
187 Switch_Spectrum -1800 512CH PCL0
Band
Sending/
Receive
No.
Item to be
inspected
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DCS Tx 188 Switch_Spectrum -1200 512CH PCL0
189 Switch_Spectrum -600 512CH PCL0
190 Switch_Spectrum -400 512CH PCL0
191 Switch_Spectrum +400 512CH PCL0
192 Switch_Spectrum +600 512CH PCL0
193 Switch_Spectrum +1200 512CH PCL0
194 Switch_Spectrum +1800 512CH PCL0
195 Switch_Spectrum -1800 885CH PCL0
196 Switch_Spectrum -1200 885CH PCL0
197 Switch_Spectrum -600 885CH PCL0
198 Switch_Spectrum -400 885CH PCL0
199 Switch_Spectrum +400 885CH PCL0
200 Switch_Spectrum +600 885CH PCL0
201 Switch_Spectrum +1200 885CH PCL0
202 Switch_Spectrum +1800 885CH PCL0
203 Switch_Spectrum -1800 699CH PCL5
204 Switch_Spectrum -1200 699CH PCL5
205 Switch_Spectrum -600 699CH PCL5
206 Switch_Spectrum -400 699CH PCL5
207 Switch_Spectrum +400 699CH PCL5
208 Switch_Spectrum +600 699CH PCL5
209 Switch_Spectrum +1200 699CH PCL5
210 Switch_Spectrum +1800 699CH PCL5
211 Switch_Spectrum -1800 699CH PCL15
212 Switch_Spectrum -1200 699CH PCL15
213 Switch_Spectrum -600 699CH PCL15
214 Switch_Spectrum -400 699CH PCL15
215 Switch_Spectrum +400 699CH PCL15
216 Switch_Spectrum +600 699CH PCL15
217 Switch_Spectrum +1200 699CH PCL15
218 Switch_Spectrum +1800 699CH PCL15
219 Burst Timing 699CH PCL0
220 Burst Timing 512CH PCL0
221 Burst Timing 885CH PCL0
222 Burst Timing 699CH PCL5
223 Burst Timing 699CH PCL15
Rx 224 Rx Sensitivity 699CH PCL0
225 Rx Sensitivity 512CH PCL0
226 Rx Sensitivity 885CH PCL0
227 Usable Receiver Level 699CH PCL0
228 Rx Level Reports 699CH PCL0
PCS Tx 229 Burst Power 661CH PCL0
230 Burst Power 512CH PCL0
231 Burst Power 810CH PCL0
Band
Sending/
Receive
No.
Item to be
inspected
Channel PCL
PCS Tx 232 Burst Power 661CH PCL5
233 Burst Power 661CH PCL15
234 Frequency Error 661CH PCL0
235 Frequency Error 512CH PCL0
236 Frequency Error 810CH PCL0
237 Phase Error (RMS) 661CH PCL0
238 Phase Error (RMS) 512CH PCL0
239 Phase Error (RMS) 810CH PCL0
240 Phase Error (Peak) 661CH PCL0
241 Phase Error (Peak) 512CH PCL0
242 Phase Error (Peak) 810CH PCL0
243 Mod_spectrum -800 661CH PCL0
244 Mod_spectrum -600 661CH PCL0
245 Mod_spectrum -400 661CH PCL0
246 Mod_spectrum -250 661CH PCL0
247 Mod_spectrum -200 661CH PCL0
248 Mod_spectrum +200 661CH PCL0
249 Mod_spectrum +250 661CH PCL0
250 Mod_spectrum +400 661CH PCL0
251 Mod_spectrum +600 661CH PCL0
252 Mod_spectrum +800 661CH PCL0
253 Mod_spectrum -800 512CH PCL0
254 Mod_spectrum -600 512CH PCL0
255 Mod_spectrum -400 512CH PCL0
256 Mod_spectrum -250 512CH PCL0
257 Mod_spectrum -200 512CH PCL0
258 Mod_spectrum +200 512CH PCL0
259 Mod_spectrum +250 512CH PCL0
260 Mod_spectrum +400 512CH PCL0
261 Mod_spectrum +600 512CH PCL0
262 Mod_spectrum +800 512CH PCL0
263 Mod_spectrum -800 810CH PCL0
264 Mod_spectrum -600 810CH PCL0
265 Mod_spectrum -400 810CH PCL0
266 Mod_spectrum -250 810CH PCL0
267 Mod_spectrum -200 810CH PCL0
268 Mod_spectrum +200 810CH PCL0
269 Mod_spectrum +250 810CH PCL0
270 Mod_spectrum +400 810CH PCL0
271 Mod_spectrum +600 810CH PCL0
272 Mod_spectrum +800 810CH PCL0
273 Mod_spectrum -800 661CH PCL5
274 Mod_spectrum -600 661CH PCL5
275 Mod_spectrum -400 661CH PCL5
276 Mod_spectrum -250 661CH PCL5
277 Mod_spectrum -200 661CH PCL5
278 Mod_spectrum +200 661CH PCL5
279 Mod_spectrum +250 661CH PCL5
280 Mod_spectrum +400 661CH PCL5
Band
Sending/
Receive
No.
Item to be
inspected
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Q Troubleshooting list
4-6. RF TEST TOOL
4-6-1. Requirements
For repairs, this test checks the condition of an electric board
(especially the RF section).
 PC with COM port
 TM200 Data Cable
 PWB repair jig
 GSM Tester (CMU200)
PCS Tx 281 Mod_spectrum +600 661CH PCL5
282 Mod_spectrum +800 661CH PCL5
283 Mod_spectrum -800 661CH PCL15
284 Mod_spectrum -600 661CH PCL15
285 Mod_spectrum -400 661CH PCL15
286 Mod_spectrum -250 661CH PCL15
287 Mod_spectrum -200 661CH PCL15
288 Mod_spectrum +200 661CH PCL15
289 Mod_spectrum +250 661CH PCL15
290 Mod_spectrum +400 661CH PCL15
291 Mod_spectrum +600 661CH PCL15
292 Mod_spectrum +800 661CH PCL15
293 Switch_Spectrum -1800 661CH PCL0
294 Switch_Spectrum -1200 661CH PCL0
295 Switch_Spectrum -600 661CH PCL0
296 Switch_Spectrum -400 661CH PCL0
297 Switch_Spectrum +400 661CH PCL0
298 Switch_Spectrum +600 661CH PCL0
299 Switch_Spectrum +1200 661CH PCL0
300 Switch_Spectrum +1800 661CH PCL0
301 Switch_Spectrum -1800 512CH PCL0
302 Switch_Spectrum -1200 512CH PCL0
303 Switch_Spectrum -600 512CH PCL0
304 Switch_Spectrum -400 512CH PCL0
305 Switch_Spectrum +400 512CH PCL0
306 Switch_Spectrum +600 512CH PCL0
307 Switch_Spectrum +1200 512CH PCL0
308 Switch_Spectrum +1800 512CH PCL0
309 Switch_Spectrum -1800 810CH PCL0
310 Switch_Spectrum -1200 810CH PCL0
311 Switch_Spectrum -600 810CH PCL0
312 Switch_Spectrum -400 810CH PCL0
313 Switch_Spectrum +400 810CH PCL0
314 Switch_Spectrum +600 810CH PCL0
315 Switch_Spectrum +1200 810CH PCL0
316 Switch_Spectrum +1800 810CH PCL0
317 Switch_Spectrum -1800 661CH PCL5
318 Switch_Spectrum -1200 661CH PCL5
319 Switch_Spectrum -600 661CH PCL5
320 Switch_Spectrum -400 661CH PCL5
321 Switch_Spectrum +400 661CH PCL5
322 Switch_Spectrum +600 661CH PCL5
323 Switch_Spectrum +1200 661CH PCL5
324 Switch_Spectrum +1800 661CH PCL5
Band
Sending/
Receive
No.
Item to be
inspected
Channel PCL
PCS Tx 325 Switch_Spectrum -1800 661CH PCL15
326 Switch_Spectrum -1200 661CH PCL15
327 Switch_Spectrum -600 661CH PCL15
328 Switch_Spectrum -400 661CH PCL15
329 Switch_Spectrum +400 661CH PCL15
330 Switch_Spectrum +600 661CH PCL15
331 Switch_Spectrum +1200 661CH PCL15
332 Switch_Spectrum +1800 661CH PCL15
333 Burst Timing 661CH PCL0
334 Burst Timing 512CH PCL0
335 Burst Timing 810CH PCL0
336 Burst Timing 661CH PCL5
337 Burst Timing 661CH PCL15
Rx 338 Rx Sensitivity 661CH PCL0
339 Rx Sensitivity 512CH PCL0
340 Rx Sensitivity 810CH PCL0
341 Usable Receiver Level 661CH PCL0
342 Rx Level Reports 661CH PCL0
Test items
Check parts
for GSM900
Check parts
for DCS
Check parts
for PCS
Tx
Burst Power IC802, IC803,
FL905
IC802, IC803,
FL905
IC802, IC803,
FL905
Frequency Error TCX801 TCX801 TCX801
Phase Error IC801 IC801 IC801
Mod_spectrum IC801, TCX801 IC801, TCX801 IC801, TCX801
Switch_Spectrum IC801, IC802
IC803
IC801, IC802
IC803
IC801, IC802,
IC803
Burst Timing IC802 IC802 IC802
Rx
Rx Sensitivity IC801, IC803,
FL902, FL905
IC801, IC803,
FL902, FL905
IC801, IC803,
FL903, FL905
Usable Receiver Level IC801 IC801 IC801
Rx Level Reports IC801, IC803,
FL902, FL905
IC801, IC803,
FL902, FL905
IC801, IC803,
FL903, FL905
Band
Sending/
Receive
No.
Item to be
inspected
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4-6-2. Setup
1. Set PWB and make connections as shown below.
Make sure connections are correct at the points shown below.
2. Apply 4 V using a stabilized power supply and turn on the handset.
3. Start RF test tool.
4. Select a COM port to which Data Cable is connected.
5. Press the “Initialize & Read Data” button.
6. The figre shown below appears (wait a few seconds).
7. Click “OK” to proceed.
4-6-3. Tests
1) BAND Select & Channel
Select a band and a channel to test. Settings are applied to all tests.
[Procedure]
1. Select a band. (GSM900, DCS or PCS)
2. Select or enter a channel using Channel bar or Input box.
Hook
Hook
Hook
PWB
Hook
Hook
Hook
Red
PC
PWB repair jig
GSM Tester
(CMU 200)
Black
Data Cable
Points
Push
Band selection
Input box
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2) TX test
Test burst transmission.
[Procedure]
1. Select a band and channel. [See 4-6-13. 1)]
2. Select PCL (Power Control Level) using PCL bar.
3. Select Data pattern.
4. Click TX ON to start burst transmission. (You can check each part in this state.)
5. Click TX OFF to end burst transmission.
*Data pattern (TSC 5) includes Training Sequence GSM 5, and other part is pseudo random data.
TM200 TX power Table (25°C, voltage: 3.7[V])
Q GSM900 Band Q DCS/PCS Band
3) RX test
The handset receives burst signals in this test.
PCL bar
TX frequency of selected channels
Current PCL (Read only)
TX ON/OFF button
This indicator appears
during burst transmission. Data patterns
PCL
GSM900
Tolerance
[dBm]
533 +/- 2 dB
631 +/- 3 dB
729 +/- 3 dB
827 +/- 3 dB
925 +/- 3 dB
10 23 +/- 3 dB
11 21 +/- 3 dB
12 19 +/- 3 dB
13 17 +/- 3 dB
14 15 +/- 3 dB
15 13 +/- 3 dB
16 11 +/- 5 dB
17 9 +/- 5 dB
18 7 +/- 5 dB
19 5 +/- 5 dB
PCL
DCS/PCS
Tolerance
[dBm]
030 +/− 2 dB
128 +/− 3 dB
226 +/− 3 dB
324 +/− 3 dB
422 +/− 3 dB
520 +/− 3 dB
618 +/− 3 dB
716 +/− 3 dB
814 +/− 3 dB
912 +/− 4 dB
10 10 +/− 4 dB
11 8 +/− 4 dB
12 6 +/− 4 dB
13 4 +/− 4 dB
14 2 +/− 5 dB
15 0 +/− 5 dB
RX Gain Setting bar
RX frequency of selected channels
Current RX Gain (Read only)
RX ON/OFF button
This indicator appears
while receiving burst signals.
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[Procedure]
1. Select a channel and band. [see 4-6-3.1)]
2. Select RX Gain using RX Gain Setting bar.
3. Choose Sniff ON or OFF.
4. Click “RX ON” to start receiving burst signals.
5. From GSM tester, send burst signals in the specified channel.
(You can check each part in this state.)
6. Click “RX OFF” to end receiving burst signals.
*In this test, the reception timing cannot be synchronized with burst
signals from Signal Generator or GSM tester.
*The standard RX Gain Setting is:
(Input power at the aerial connector of the handset) + (RX Gain)
= -16 dBm
Excessive Input power or RX Gain may cause damage to the handset.
4) RSSI Measure
The handset notifies you of input power value at the aerial connector.
[Procedure]
1. Connect the handset and GSM tester (or Signal Generator) with RF cable.
2. Select a band and channel. [see 4-6-3. 1)]
3. Send signals (*) from GSM tester.
4. Enter the value of input power from GSM tester in integers (from -10
to -110) considering RF cable loss.
5. Press the [Measure] button.
6. The result appears in Measured Power box.
*The signal type from GSM tester must be either of two:
1. Continuous sine wave (without modulation) with the frequency
as follows:
(Frequency of the measured channel) + 67.708kHz.
(Ex. channel: GSM 37ch 3 the result: 942.467708 MHz)
Power: -110 to -10 dBm
2. BCCH signal of the measured channel
Power: -110 to -10 dBm
Result
When the handset is properly calibrated, the error between “Esti-
mated Power” and “Measured Power” is less than 3dB.
4-6-4. Termination
Turn off the handset to ensure proper operations.
4-6-5. Trouble information
When switching DCS and PCS, change the channel number as well. Or
the band does not change properly.
Example: If you change DCS 512 CH to PCS 512 CH, the band
remains DCS.
4-7. Password reset
SPST resets the password (handset code is set to “0000”).

1) Set the COM port on the SPST initial screen and click “User Pass-
word Reset”. Click “Yes” to reset. Click “No” to exit.
2) When completed, the following appears.
4-8. Performance check and adjustment
With this function, SPST checks the performance of the handset and
makes adjustments.

1) Set the COM port on the SPST initial screen and click “Performance
check and adjustment”. The following dialog box appears while pro-
cessing.
2) When completed, the following is displayed.
Click “Back to main menu” to exit.
Estimated Power
Input box
(Integeronly)
Measure button Measured power box
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TM200
The functions of each button are described below.
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4-8-1. Main back light check
The main display backlight turns on and the message appears on the PC.
Check the backlight and press “OK”.
 If a failure occurs, see “10. Back Light does not turn on.” in [3] Trou-
bleshooting.
4-8-2. External back light check
The external display back light turns on and the message appears on
the PC. Check the back light and press “OK”.
 If a failure occurs, see “10. Back Light does not turn on.” in [3] Trou-
bleshooting.
4-8-3. Key back light check
The keypad back light turns on and the message appears on the PC.
Check the back light and press “OK”.
4-8-4. LED check
The LED lights up in a specified color and the message appears on the
PC. Check the LED and press “OK”.
 If a failure occurs, see “15. Flash light does not work.” in [3] Trouble-
shooting.
4-8-5. Battery voltage check
Click to display the current battery voltage.
 If a failure occurs, see “1. Power is not turned on.” in [3] Troubleshooting.
4-8-6. SD read/write test
Insert an SD card (otherwise a message prompts you to do so and click
the button to perform the SD card read/write test.
 If a failure occurs, see “17. SD (Memory) card is not recognized.” in
[3] Troubleshooting.
4-8-7. Vibrator test
Click to vibrate the handset. Click “OK” to exit.
 If a failure occurs, see “5. Vibrator does not work.” in [3] Trouble-
shooting.
4-8-8. Melody test
A message describes test items. Click “Yes” to proceed and “No” to exit.
The order of the test items:
speaker 3 hands free 3 hands free (stereo) 3 speaker (analog melody)
4-8-9. Audio test
The following appears.
Select a test item from Audio device. Check the output sound from the
receiver by speaking to the microphone, etc. Click “Back to test menu”
to return to the previous screen.
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Trouble found by SPST
(1) Speaker
(2) Hands free Sound is heard in audio test.
No sound is heard in audio test.
(3) Handsfree (stereo) Soundis heard in audio test.
No sound is heard in audio test.
(4) Speaker (analog melody)
Troubleshooting (basedon [3] Troubleshooting)
See “Speaker does not work.”
Parts between IC105 pin 10 and IC103 pin 93 are defective, or IC103 is defective.
See “Hands free kit (monaural headset)” in the section “3. No voice is heard from the earpiece.”
Parts between IC105 pin 10 and IC103 pin 93; IC105 pin 11 and IC103 pin 94 are defective.
Otherwise IC103 is defective.
See “Hands free kit (stereo headset) – Option “in the section “No voice is heard from the earpiece.”
See “Video/Voice Recorder playback is impossible.”
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4-8-10. Camera check
The following appears.
Select a Camera mode from the pull-down menu. Click “Shutter” to check
that the camera operates properly. Click “Back to performance check
menu” to return to the previous screen.
 If a failure occurs, see “10. Pictures cannot be taken.” in [3] Trouble-
shooting.
4-8-11. Memory check
Click “S-RAM” and “PSRAM” to see each test result.
For “Check Sum”, the calculation appears after the SPST communicating
dialog box.
4-8-12. LCD test
Check that the specified color appears on the main display.
 If a failure occurs, see “12. The display does not appear on Main Dis-
play.” and “13. The display does not appear on External Display (in 65K
color mode).” in [3] Troubleshooting.
4-8-13. Temperature adjustment
The following appears.
Setting temp. indicates the current temperature. The relative temperature is
displayed in the text box below.
(Only the relative temperature is adjustable.)
If displayed Setting temp. value differs from the current temperature, click [b]
or [c] to set a correction value in the range of -99 to +99 and click “Save”
4-8-14. Main display flicker adjustment
The following is displayed.
Check a main display visually within a distance of 20 cm from a fluorescent
light, and adjust the value to minimize flicker on the display with the [b] and [c]
buttons. Click “Save” and confirm that the main display does not flicker.
(Fine adjustment for DC voltage between display electrodes)
4-8-15. External display contrast adjustment
Click the “External display contrast adjustment” button. The following
screen appears.
Trouble found by SPST
(1)
Handset microphone
Handset receiver
(2)
Handset microphone
Hands free receiver
Troubleshooting (based on [3] Troubleshooting)
See “Phone” in the section “2. Voice transmission/recording is impossible.”
See “Hands free kit (monaural headset)” in the section “3. No voice is heard
from the earpiece” or “Hands free kit (stereo headset)-Option” in the section
“3. No voice is heard from th earpiece.”
See “Phone” in the section “3. No voice is heard from the earpiece.”
See “Hands free kit (headset)” in the section
“2. Voice transmission/recording is impossible.”
(1) & (2): No voice is heard.
(1): Voice is heard.
(2): No voice is heard.
(1): No voice is heard.
(2): Voice is heard.
(3)&(4): No voice is heard.
(3): Voice is heard.
(4): No voice is heard.
(3): No voice is heard.
(4): Voice is heard.
(3)
Hands free microphone
Hands free receiver
(4)
Hands free microphone
Handset receiver
(1) & (2): No voice is heard.
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Correction value = (Setting temp.)-(current temp.)+(displayed correction value)
Enlarged view
(A black line appears
after each gradation line.)
8-level graduation pattern with alternate black and gradation lines
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Comparing with an adjusted handset, click “b“ or “c” to adjust the value
so that the same gradation pattern is displayed. Click “Save” and
confirm the pattern on the external display.
4-8-16. White defect correction
*White defect correction:
Defective pixels in a camera light sensor appear as bright points in the
display even when light is blocked completely (display is all black). Per-
form white defect correction to eliminate errors in these pixels.
1. Protect the handset camera from light completely with a black cover.
2. Click the “White defect correction” button. The following screen
appears.
Click the “Yes” button and leave it for about 20 seconds.
When completed, the following message appears.
When an error occurs, the corresponding message appears. Solve the
problem according to “Solution”.
 Error 1
 Error 2
 Error 3
4-8-17. Black defect correction
*Black defect correction:
Defective pixels in a camera light sensor appear as black points in the dis-
play even when a captured image is completely white (display is all white).
Perform black defect correction to eliminate errors in these pixels.
1) Requirements
 Desk top type of fluorescent lamp
 Black defect correction sheet
 Illuminance meter
2) Procedure
1. Cover the camera section with the black defect correction sheet as
shown in Figure 96.
2. Check the distance from the fluorescent lamp by using an illumi-
nance meter.
In the proper position for black defect correction, illuminance is
between 8,000 and 10,000 lux.
Error message : “There are too many white cracks.”
Cause : The light is not sufficiently blocked.
Solution :Block the light completely and perform white
defect correction again.
Error message : “There are many white cracks.”
Cause : The light is not sufficiently blocked.
Solution :Block the light completely and perform white
defect correction again.
Error message :”There are too many white cracks cannot be
rectified.”
Cause : There is a hardware error.
Solution : Replace the camera unit.
DEN:
075
8-level gradation pattern (black & white pattern)
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TM200
Attach the Black defect correction sheet
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3. Hold the handset in the proper position.
4. Click the “Black defect correction” button.
The following message is displayed.
5. Click the “Yes” button. Communication starts.
6. The result is displayed within a minute as follows.
When an error occurs, the corresponding message appears. Solve the
problem according to “Solution”.
 Error 1
 Error 2
 Error 3
4-9.
****
MODE RELEASE
When the handset does not turn on and enter the normal mode, use this
function to change
****
mode to the normal mode.

1) Select the COM port on the SPST initial screen and click

****
mode release”. The following dialog box appears.
2) If SPST cannot communicate with the handset, the following mes-
sage is displayed. Make sure the handset is turned on and click
“Retry”. To exit, click “Cancel”.
3) When complete, the following message appears.
5. OTHER TESTS
SPST does not provide tests of Bluetooth/USB communication.
Check them according to the following instructions.
5-1. USB
Connect TM200 and a PC with a USB cable. Check that TM200 is
recognized as a device.
If the USB driver for TM200 (SHARP GSM GPRS USB Driver) is not
installed on the PC, “Found New Hardware” window appears and
“Found New Hardware Wizard“ starts (the handset is recognized).
5-2. BLUETOOTH
Connect TM200 to the network and check that a conversation (talking
and listening) is possible using a Bluetooth headset.
Recommended Bluetooth headset:
JABRA BT200
PLANTRONICS M1000
PLANTRONICS M3000
Error message : “There are too many black cracks.”
Cause : The light is too weak or strong.
Solution : At the proper distance from the light source (8,000-
10,000 lux), perform black defect correction again.
Error message : “There are many black cracks.”
Cause : The light is too weak or strong.
Solution : At the proper distance from the light source
(8,000 – 10,000 lux), perform black defect correction again.
Error message : “There are too many black cracks cannot be rectified.”
Cause : There is a hardware error.
Solution : Replace the camera unit.
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[2] TEST POINTS
TP No. Signal name TP No. Signal name
TP111 VVIB TP505 DGND
TP112 DGND TP520 BATT
TP501 BATT TP522 POWONKEY
TP504 DGND TP534 BATT_SENSE
MAIN PWB (FRONT SIDE)
L834
L838
L839
R802
R804
R805
R806
R807
R810
R811
R812
R813
R814
R238
R239
C200
SH801
C205
C206
R244
AT801
R245
C209
R246
C212
C213
C214
C216
TP106
C217
C219
R256
R257
R258
TP110
C220
C221
TP111

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