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Cellular Programming




                       Panasonic EBKJ3500

                    S/N ---> ESN conversion:

Serial # on Phone             1-210900

Delete '1-'                   210900

Add 13600262144               13600473044  <-------ESN



                        Built in Monitor

      (first must be enabled in programming - FCN 2 bit 6)

Press F then Alph on KB - shows the following display:

                WS C P  CH
                13-0-00313
                || | ||Channel Number (4 digits)
                || | |Xmtr Power attenuation in 4 db steps
                || |  0=0,1=-4,2=-8,3=-12,4=-16,etc
                || |Xmtr carrier on/off 1=on
                ||
                ||SAT Frequency 0=5970,1=6000,2=6030,3=no lock
                |SAT word synch 1=sync, 0=no sync



Programming Plug:


                  Front (Kepad side) of phone

             _ _ _
          O  _ _ _          Connector on bottom of phone
               |
               | Ground this pin to put into Maint. mode



            Programming the Panasonic 3500 portable phone


Insert Plug          (Powers up)
*0000#               MAINT MODE      ;ready to go


Program NAM 1 first:

*1          <SND>    NAM1 MODE       ;program main NVM
22          <STO>01  SIDH            ;stores Metro 1's SID
2125551212  <STO>02  OWNDL           ;phone's number
1           <STO>03  PRESYS          ;Non-wireline preferred
333         <STO>04  IPCH            ;Initial paging channel
01          <STO>05  ACCOL           ;Access overload class
10          <STO>06  GIM             ;Group Identification Mark
00          <STO>07  DLMT            ;Dial Limit
10          <STO>08  SCM             ;0.6 w 832 Channel portable
5165551212  <STO>09  SPDL            ;Permanently stored
(2-4 digits)<STO>10  LOCK            ;Lock code
11011000    <STO>11  FCN 1
01010100    <STO>12  FCN 2
11110111    <STO>13  FCN 3

Function Bytes:

Byte #1                 (<STO>11 - FCN 1)
Bit  on off              Description
7    1                   Local Use
6    1                   MIN Mark
5        0               Not used - always 0
4    1                   End to end signalling
3    1                   Silent incoming call
2        0               Not used - always 0
1        0               Not used - always 0
0        0               Not used - always 0

Byte #2                 (<STO>12 - FCN 2)
Bit  on off              Description
7        0               Not used - always 0
6    1                   Built in Monitor
5        0               Automatic Lock
4    1                   Full Lock
3        0               Not used - always 0
2    1                   A/B system select*
1        0               Preferred system only*
0        0               Home system only*

* choose only one!

Byte #3                 (<STO>13 - FCN 3)
Bit  on off              Description
7    1                   Received call indicator
6    1                   DTMF Duration (0=95 mSec)
5    1                   Send Lock
4    1                   Dial Lock
3        0               Not used - always 0
2    1                   Total timer #1 (cannot be reset!)
1    1                   Total timer #2 (can be reset)
0    1                   Individual call timer

                   (Check Everything with <RCL>n!)

            STO**    Stores and returns to MAINT MODE
Note:       STO##    erases scratch pad, returns to MAINT MODE


Program NAM 2 next:

*2          <SND>    NAM2 MODE       ;program #2 NVM
18          <STO>01  SIDH            ;stores SID
3015551212  <STO>02  OWNDL           ;phone's other number
0           <STO>03  PRESYS          ;wireline preferred
334         <STO>04  IPCH            ;Initial paging channel
00          <STO>05  ACCOL           ;Access overload class
10          <STO>06  GIM             ;Group Identification Mark

                   (Check Everything with <RCL>n!)

            STO**    Stores and returns to MAINT MODE
Note:       STO##    erases scratch pad, returns to MAINT MODE

            <END>                    ;Exits maintenance mode



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