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RD530 Bluetooth Card used in many Dell laptops. Not sure if the connector is a JST 1 mm compatible.
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Pin
Number
Pin
Name
Description
1 GND Ground
2 USB_D+ USB Data +. Must be routed with USB_D- as a 90 Ohm differential pair.
3 USB_D- USB Data-. Must be routed with USB_D+ as a 90 Ohm differential pair.
4 USB_PWR This is a 5V rail that is used by bus-powered USB devices. The module does not actually draw power from this pin, uses this pin to detect whether the USB host port is powered so as to avoid latch-up conditions.
5 RSVD Reserved. This pin may be used for resolving coexistence with the 802.11 radio(s) on the MPCI card in the platform.
6 HW_RADIO_DIS# Active low input from the platform to the card to disable all the radios onn the module from transmitting.
7 RSVD Reserved. This pin may be used for resolving coexistence with the 802.11 radio(s) on the MPCI card in the platform.
8 +3.3V This is the rail from which the module powers itself (as a self-powered USB device
9 LED_BT_RadioState Active-high LED drive signal for indicating the state of the Bluetooth Radio. This LED should not have a flashing feature
10 GND NC

 


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Dell RD530 Bluetooth card visual pinout:
Dell RD530 Bluetooth card diagram
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Source(s) of this and additional information: http://www.zaebiz.net/GX740/Dell-RD530-Bluetooth-Card-Pin-Out.htm http://www.notebookforums.com/t/218198/dell-truemobile-bluetooth-connector-pinout#post_3019225
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