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Part of the AF signal from the IC enters the FM IC (IC201) again, and the noise component is amplified and rectified by a filter and an amplifier to produce a DC voltage corresponding to the noise level. The DC signal from the FM IC goes to the analog port of the microprocessor (IC405). IC405 determines whether to output sounds from the speaker by checking whether the input voltage is higher or lower than the preset value. To output sounds from the speaker, IC405 sends a high signal to the SP MUTE line and turns IC302 on through Q303,Q304,Q305,Q306 and Q316. (See Fig. 4)
The operating frequency is generated by Q4 in transmit mode and Q3 in receive mode. The oscillator frequency is controlled by applying the VCO control voltage, obtained from the phase comparator, to the varactor diodes (D4 and D7 in transmit mode and D5 and D9 in receive mode). The RX pin is set high in receive mode causing Q5 turn on. The TX pin is set high in transmit mode. The outputs from Q3 and Q4 are amplified by Q6 and sent to the RF amplifiers.
D4, 7 LPF
Q4 TX VCO
7) Receive Signalling
(1) QT/DQT The output signal from FM IC(IC201) enters the microprocessor(IC405) through IC301. IC405 determines whether the QT or DQT matches the preset value, and controls the SP MUTE and the speaker output sounds according to the squelch results. (2) MSK (Fleet Sync) The MSK input signal from the FM IC goes to pin 31 of IC 301. The signal is demodulated by MSK demodulator in IC 301. The demodulated data goes to the CPU for processing.
RECEIVE SIGNALLING IC301 FM IF IC201 IF Amp SIGNAL DTMF QT/DQT AQUA
Q6 BUFF AMP
IC2 1/ 2
Q3 RX VCO
Q5, 7 T/R SW RX TX
PLL IC IC1
PLL DATA PHASE COMPARATOR REF OSC 1M 5kHz/6.25kHz CHARGE PUMP
IC405 BUSY QT/DQT IN CLK,DATA, STD,LOADN CPU Q303,304,305 SW AF CONT IC302 AF PA Q306,316 SW SP
Fig. 5 PLL circuit
3) Unlock Detector
If a pulse signal appears at the LD pin of IC1, an unlock condition occurs, and the DC voltage obtained from C4,R5 and D1 causes the voltage applied to the microprocessor to go low. When the microprocessor detects this condition, the transmitter is disabled, ignoring the push-to-talk switch input signal.
Fig. 4 AF amplifier and squelch
(3) DTMF The DTMF input signal from the FM IC (IC201) goes to IC301. The decoded information is then processed by the CPU.
4. Transmitter System 3. PLL Frequency Synthesizer
The PLL circuit generates the first local oscillator signal for reception and the RF signal for transmission.
1) Microphone Amplifier
The signal from the microphone passes through the IC301. When encoding DTMF, it is turned OFF for muting the microphone input signal by IC301. The signal passes through the Audio processor (IC301) for the maximum deviation adjustment, and goes to the VCO modulation input.
The frequency step of the PLL circuit is 2.5, 5, 6.25 or 7.5kHz. A 12.8MHz reference oscillator signal is divided at IC1 by a fixed counter to produce an oscillator (VCO) output signal which is buffer amplified by Q2 then divided in IC1 by a programmable counter. The divided signal is compared in phase with the 5 or 6.25kHz reference signal from the phase comparator in IC1. The output signal from the phase comparator is filtered through a low-pass filter and passed to the VCO to control the oscillator frequency. (See Fig. 5)