MOTOROLA 6200,7500,8200,8400 and 8700

MOTOROLA 6200 / 7500 / 8200 / 8400 / 8700

To activate RBS (Engineering Menus):

[pause] [pause] [pause] 1 1 3 [pause] 1 [pause] [ok]

(pause means the * key held in until box appears)

You now have to press the [MENU] and scroll to the
'Eng Field Options' function with the <> keys, and enable it.

To de-activate RBS (Engineering Menus):

[pause] [pause] [pause] 1 1 3 [pause] 0 [pause] [ok]

(pause means the * key held in until box appears)

Works on 6200's,8200's,1-888's,7500's,8400's and GSM StarTacs
with later than version .27 software.

Options under Eng Field Options

Eng Field Options
Active Cell
RxLev -55Received powerlevel in dBm

NCC 0National Colour Code, used for identifying channel

BCC 7Broadcast Colour Code, also for identifying purposes

MSTxPwr 35Max allowed transmit power 35dBm about 3.2W

Time Adv xxxxxx is a number. Multiply this number by 550,and the result is the distance from the RBS (Radio Base Station), in meters.
Adjacent Cells
Adj Cell 1

Channel 0033Channel Number

RxLev -65Received power level in dBm

BCCH DecodeI think it means it is able to decode thechannel information contained in the BCCH

RxLevAM -104Min allowed reception, compare with RxLev -65 and you get the C1 value which is 39 and reported back to base asmeasure of field strength.

MTxPwr 35 Aain max allowed power level

C1 003 ??

NCC 0 National Colour Code

BCC 6 Broadcast Colour Code
System Parameters
Combined Off ??

AcsClas 0000 Allows different priorities - this network doesn't support it.

MCC 505 Mobile Country Code, 505 for Australia, 240 for Swedes etc

MNC 01Mobile Network Code, 01 for Mobilenet, 02 for Optus, 03 for Vodafone using MCC 505. MCC+MNC is often called Network Code

LAC 08720Location Area Code, shows which exchange your're in

CellID 00473Base Station Identity

T3212 005Time between periodic network updates (either hours between or time remaing until update, not sure)


XZQTY 14.3 ??
Motorola Flip Pinout:

ANT- (O) | | | | | | | | | |

10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Top of phone (screen)
1) Audio Ground

2) Ext b+

3) T Data

4) C Data

5) R Data

6) Logic Ground

7) Audio Out - on/off

8) Audio In

9) Manual Test

10) Battery Feedback


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