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 +======Classic======
 +{{yellowclassic.jpg }}The Cybiko Classic looks like a walkie-talkie encased in a transparent shell and came in one of six colors (black, clear, yellow, blue, and purple – and a limited promotional red). It has an array of white buttons comprising a QWERTY-style keyboard, joystick pad, and seven function keys. Version 1  (released in April 2000) had a power slide switch on the side, which was later replaced in Version 2, by an software On/​Off/​Standby via the “Esc”\\
 +key. The space saved was used for a manual reset button where the\\
 +slide switch use to be.
  
 +**Hardware Specification**
 +^ Main Processor: | 32 bit, 11 MHz Hitachi H8S/2246 |
 +^ Coprocessor:​ |Atmel AT90S2313, 4 MHz |
 +^ RAM:| 256 Kb, extendible via Expansion slot |
 +^ Flash disk:| 512 Kb, extendible via Expansion slot |
 +^ LCD display: |160x100 dots, 59x40 mm, 4 level grayscale |
 +^ RF transceiver:​ |RF2915 |
 +^ Expansion cartridge slot:| 68-pin |
 +^ PC connection socket:| RS232 serial port |
 +^ Size: | 5.7" x 2.8" x 0.86" |
 +^ Weight: |4.3 oz |
 +**RF Communication Features:**
 +^Frequency: |902-928 MHz |
 +^Number of channels: |30 digital channels |
 +^Communication Rate: |19200 bps each channel. |
 +^Transmission and Receiving Range: |150 ft indoor, 300 ft outdoor (environment dependent) |
 +^Max. on-line Cybiko units: |3000 (100 units on each of 30 channels) |
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 +=====Model 1 vs Model 2=====
 +The Cybiko classic Version 1 (Top yellow) had a hardware switch on the side of the unit.  //(Click image for larger photo)//
 +{{ classics.jpg?​400 }}
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 +======Supporting Documents======
 +  *  [[FunctionalBlockDiagram| Functional Block Diagram]]
 +  *  Cybiko Classic {{schematic.pdf|Schematic}}
 +  *  Cybiko Classic V2 extra circuitry: [[ClassicV2Circuit]]
 +  *  Cybiko Classic Expansion port pinout see [[memoryexpansionunit|Memory Expansion Unit]]
 +  * {{cybiko:​rf2915.pdf|RF2915 Transceiver}} ​     [[http://​www.rfmd.com/​DataBooks/​db97/​Ta0028.pdf|RF2915 application note]]
 +  *  [[http://​www.national.com/​pf/​LM/​LMX2315.html|PLLatinum 1.2 GHz Frequency Synthesizer for RF Personal Communications]]
 +  *  [[http://​www.atmel.com/​dyn/​products/​product_card.asp?​family_id=607&​family_name=AVR+8%2DBit+RISC+&​part_id=1993|ATMEL 90S2313 Co-processor specifications]]
 +  *  [[http://​www.atmel.com/​dyn/​products/​product_card.asp?​part_id=1888|ATMEL AT45DB041A Data Flash specifications]]
 +  *  {{e602100_h8s2245.pdf|H8S CPU Data sheet}} 2.8Mb
 +  *  HD66421 {{HD66421.pdf|LCD Display Data sheet}}
 +  * {{cybiko:​lp62s2048x-70llt.pdf}} CMOS SRAM Chip
 +  * {{cybiko:​sst39vf020.pdf}} Flash Memory Chip for V2
 +  * {{cybiko:​lt1613cs5.pdf}} 1.4MHz, Single Cell DC/DC Converter, this is labled as D10 on V1, part placement is the same on V2 of the classic.
 +  * {{cybiko:​lt1615cs5.pdf}} Micropower Step-Up DC/DC Converter labled D9 on V1 in same place on V2
 +  *{{cybiko:​lbc846alt1.pdf}}(BC847C) General Purpose Transistors NPN Silicon (used for VT2,​VT3,​VT5,​VT8-10,​VT12 in classic V1)
 +  * {{cybiko:​pcf8593t.pdf}} Low power clock/​calendar by Phillips
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 +======Supporting Software======
 +  * {{autoupdateuk.exe|cybiko installer}} - Factory reset a UK Classic, see also [[alteringbootuptext]]
 +  * {{cybiko:​CyberloadSetupUK.exe}}
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 +======Photos======
 +  * Side-by-side view of the [[ClassicVsXtremeKeyboard|keyboard layouts]] Classic Vs Extreme
 +  * [[BacksideOfCybiko|Backside of Cybiko]] circuit board
 +  * [[FrontOfCybiko|Front of Cybiko]] circuit board
 +  * Circuit board showing contact points for [[Keypad]]
 +  * [[KeypadWithLCD|Keypad with LCD]] and running API