SIMpad TechRef.pdf (may not legal I'll write Siemens the rights owner)
This connector is called Lumberg-connector cause the Lumberg company produces the connector for Siemens. It is the same one as it was used on old Siemens mobile phones like Siemens S25 C35 C45 SL45 MT50 S45. I think the cheapest and easiest way to get a plug is to buy a data cable or a headset for one of those mobiles. But keep in mind to buy one which is fully equipped. The wiring may be different to the SIMpad or contain voltage level switcher so you need to rip the cable off.
Jack (Datasheet: 8830A01.pdf (May be illegal -I will ask for rights))
Plug (Datasheet: 8835B01.pdf (May be illegal -I will ask for rights))
|4||DTR||data terminal ready||Â±12V||->||1,6||CD,DSR||short to HS|
|5||RTS||request to send||Â±12V||<-||8||CTS|
|6||CD,DSR(?)||data set ready||Â±12V / ActiveSync usually connects when CD gets active||<-||4||DTR|
|7||CTS||clear to send||Â±12V||->||7||RTS|
|8||?||?||?||?||4||HS||head set flag||short to DTR|
This Port can only be used to connect to the PC and surf or exchange Data. You can't use it to connect Hardware like a Keyboard to it.
Datasheet MQ-200.pdf (may not legal I will write MediaQ the rights owner)
Intel Strongarm GDS1110BC (running at 206MHz). Datasheet SA-1110 Manual.pdf (may not be legal)
See RAM-Flash upgrade for compatible modules. And a 128MB Upgrade.
See RAM-Flash upgrade for compatible modules. You can upgrade a CL4 to 32 MB Flash.
This is the pin assignment of the DECT module for the SIMpad device.
The connector is a 20pin FPC connector. It uses 8 GPIO pins, 5V, GND, nReset.
|1||GND||-||Connection between pin 1 and 2||Pwr|
|2||GND||-||Connection between pin 1 and 2||Pwr|
|5||DECT_POWER_ON||On / Off (write-only)||The module can be switched on/off if the bit in the CS3 latch with the value 0x100 is set/clear||In|
|6||TXD||Transmit Data||GPIO 14||Out|
|7||CTS||Clear To Send||GPIO 08||In|
|8||DCD||Data Carrier Detect||GPIO 23||In|
|9||RXD||Receive Data||GPIO 15||In|
|10||RTS||Request To Send||GPIO 09||Out|
|11||DTR||Data Terminal Ready||GPIO 07||Out|
|14||RI||Ring Indicator||GPIO 19||In|
|15||nRESET_OUT||RESET_OUT is negativ||The DECT module will be reset if the processor gets a reset.||Out|
|16||DSR||Data Set Ready||GPIO 06||In|
|19||+5V||Power||Connection between pin 19 and 20||Pwr|
|20||+5V||Power||Connection between pin 19 and 20||Pwr|
nn = not named
nc = not connected
See DECT Modul MD34
Datasheet UCB1300 2.pdf (may not legal I will write PHILIPS the rights owner)
Datasheet TDA8007B 6.pdf (may not legal I will write PHILIPS the rights owner)
See JTAG HOWTO
This switch totally cuts off power supply by the batterypack, power by the external supply will still be on. In order to totally reset, you need to take all power sources off!
Shorcut pin one and four on the top left of the grid to be able to use Bost_-_Built-in_Onboard_Self_Test with the Siemens loader.
Would be very cool to find out more of the pins!
Datasheet MIC2562A.pdf (may not legal I will write MICREL the rights owner)
Needed to keep power on while SIMpad is open - see JTAG HOWTO for details. It is called J10 there.
I need to figure out how power connectors are listed.
This connector is for the internal microphone. The connector is build in every SIMpad model but the microphone is only build in SL4/SLC.
This is the speaker connector.
Collect information about the internal SIMpad wiring.