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Re: hardware Digest, Vol 23, Issue 1

Julian Julian-2
when i try access to doc link, firefox and konqueror say me, invalid certified for this cite. i lost my account in hardware list openmoko, can you send me for retype the pass and user name?.
thanks for your time.

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Today's Topics:

  1. Openmoko Bug #2335: GSM buzz on FreeRunner A7 (seven)
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Date: Thu, 01 Apr 2010 18:31:53 -0000
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Subject: Openmoko Bug #2335: GSM buzz on FreeRunner A7 (seven)
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#2335: GSM buzz on FreeRunner A7 (seven)
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 Reporter:  blindcoder  |          Owner:  hardware
    Type:  defect      |         Status:  new
 Priority:  normal      |      Milestone:
Component:  hardware    |        Version:
 Severity:  major       |       Keywords:  A7 gsm buzz capacitor
 Haspatch:  0           |      Blockedby:
Estimated:              |    Patchreview:
 Blocking:              |   Reproducible:
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 There is a lot of GSM buzz on the FR A7 (recording attached).
 I was trying the capacitor next to the microphone with a multimeter:
 black cable to ground, red cable to right (close-to-mic) side with audible
 resistance checker gives signal (short circuit), but when applying a bit
 of force on red cable (connected to capacitor), audio signal stops,
 indicating loss of connection on the capacitor.

 Resoldering the capacitor gives way better audio quality on remote side
 (person I'm calling).

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Ticket URL: <https://docs.openmoko.org/trac/ticket/2335>
docs.openmoko.org <http://docs.openmoko.org/trac/>
openmoko trac

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