Nokia 5120 Cellular Telephone
(170-1304)                 NAM Programming

Complete NAM Programming Instructions


1.  Turn the phone on.

2.  Enter the NAM access code. Factory default is: * 3 0 0 1 # 1 2 3 4 5 #.

3.  If the screen below appears, the access code was entered correctly.
    If after several attempts you can not access NAM programming, it is
    possible that the access code has been changed, or the phone is in
    need of service.
      | 0         1 |
      |           _ |
      | NAM 1     _||
      | NAM 2    |  |
      | Security |  |
      | Select   |  |


4.  Press the [Scroll-Key] up or down until the indicator points at the
    desired menu option.  Select from the following:

    NAM 1          NAM 2             Security     Emergency     SW Version
    Serial No.     Programmed Date   Field Test

5.  Press the [Select] softkey to access the Sub-Menu from and of the
    above Main Menu selections.


6.  If the value is incorrect, press the [Select] softkey and use the
    keypad to enter new information.

    Home System ID   Home SOC(when selected)   Own number   Alpha tag <--|
            |---> PSID:RSID lists    Change defaults

                 Change Defaults (sub-menu from above)
NAM Status(Enable/Dis)                Local option
______________________ Access method ______________ Primary paging channel
 Secondary paging ch  _______________ Dedicated A   ______________________
                      Dedicated A cch  cch number      Dedicated B cch

Dedicated B cch number                  Group ID
                       Overload class               SID alpha tag control

   A-key code

7.  Use the (OK) softkey to store the new information that has been

8.  Repeat steps 6 and 7 for the remaining NAM parameter options to be
    viewed and/or changed.

9.  To program other NAMs, press the [C] key to return to the Main Menu.
    Once the Home System ID and Own number are programmed, the phone will
    automatically set the NAM Status to enabled.


10. From the Main Menu, use the scroll keys to select the "Security"
    Sub-Menu, press [Select] and the current 5-digit security code will
    appear in the display.  Default is 1 2 3 4 5.

11. If you wish to change the Security Code at this time, use the numeric
    keys to enter the new value.

12. Press the softkey [OK] to store changes.

    IMPORTANT NOTE:  The Lock Code will be automatically changed to the
                     last 4 digits of the new Security Code.


13. From the Main Menu use the scroll key to select the "Emergency"
    Sub-Menu, press the [Select] softkey to access the emergency numbers.

       Emergency number 1 (911)        Emergency number 2 (*911)

                     Emergency number 3 (None)

14. If you wish to change the displayed value, use the scroll key to
    select the emergency number you wish to change and press [Select].
    Then use the numeric keys to enter the new values.

15. To save the value, press the softkey [OK].

16. Press the [C] key to exit the menu.


17. From the Main Menu, use the scroll key to display the "Serial No." or
    ESN of the phone.

18. Press the [C] key to exit the menu.


19. From the Main Menu, use the key to display the "Programmed" menu.

20. Press [Select] and enter a four digit number that corresponds to the
    month and year the phone is sold.  Example (mmyy) 0199 = January 1999,
    0401 = April 2001.

Note:  This menu location can be programmed only one time.  Once the date
       has been entered it can not be changed.  Any attempt to enter the
       menu once it has been programmed will receive a short beep and the
       message "Date already saved".


21. To exit the NAM programming mode, turn the phone off and leave it off
    for five seconds.


The Field Test Display Mode is used to investigate how the phone and the
cellular network are interfacing together.  The Field Test Display Mode
reports valuable information about the signal strength, battery charging
status, and cellular state.  The information is organized to display
information relating to Analog Control Channels, Digital Control Channels,
Analog Voice Channels, and Digital Voice Channels.  All the information
provided in this display is in accordance with IS-136.

To activate the Field Test Display Mode you must be in NAM programming.
Instructions for entering NAM programming are listed above.  From the Main
Menu use the scroll key to display the "Field Test" menu and press the
[Select] softkey.  Use the Scroll key to select "Enabled" and press the
[OK] softkey.  Turn the 5120 off then back on. The FIELD TEST display will
begin automatically after wake-up as long as the user does not enter any
characters into the display. Scroll through the 7 different displays using
the [Scroll] key.

To disable the FIELD TEST mode, return to NAM programming and disable the
function under the FIELD TEST menu.


The Nokia 5120 provides the option to program Private (PSIDs) and
Residential (RSIDs) System ID's as prescribed by IS-36.  The PSID/PSID
list is programmed to support system selection/re-selection processes, and
SID display functions.  The Nokia 5120 product will support up to 15
different Private or Residential Systems.  These instructions allow a
person to program 5 of the 15 available locations.  The other 10 locations
are reserved to ensure locations are available for automatic programming.
Using the NAM programming menu to program the PSID/RSID is just one of
several ways that this information can be programmed.  The phone also
supports automatic programming of the PSID/RSID values via registration
accept message from a Public & Private System, manually prompting with
System Scan sub-menu option "New Search", or via Over the Air Programming.
Follow these instructions to program the PSID/RSID lists.

1.  Enter the NAM programming menu and select NAM 1 (or the desired NAM).
    (Note:  PSID/RSID is currently only available in the NAM 1 location.
            PSID/RSID locations for NAM 2 are reserved for future use.)

2.  Use the scroll key to display "PSID/RSID LISTS" then press [Select].

3.  Use the scroll key to select the PSID/RSID 1 or the desired PSID/RSID
    (1 through 5).  Press the [Select] softkey.

4.  Each list contains:

    System Type:          Select Private or Residential system type.
    PSID/RSID:            System ID of the Private or Residential system.
                          Indicates which PSID/RSID the mobile will
                          respond to.
    Connected system ID:  Connected System ID.  The SID that the PSID/RSID
                          is connected to.
    Alpha tag:            The name of the Private or Residential SID that
                          will be displayed when the phone uses the PSID/
                          RSID.  The micro system can over-write the alpha
                          tag once the phone is using the system with its
                          network broadcast name.

    Operator Code:(SOC)   (SOC) This is the System Operator Code. US-AWS =
                          2049.  Canada-Rogers Cantel Inc. = 2050.  Bell
                          South Cellular = 003.  Southwestern Bell Mobile
                          Systems = 004.  Vanguard = 007. Century Cellunet
                          = 008.  Pacific Telecom Cellular = 009.  Midwest
                          Wireless Communications = 010.  These (inter)
                          national SOC values are only an approximation
                          from available information. Please call Customer
                          Service (888-Nokia-2U) with corrections.

Country Code:             Enter the Country Code of the PSID/RSID.
Public Service Profiles:  Contains up to 4 channel and color code values
                          for each private or residential system.  This
                          information is necessary to initiate scanning
                          for the Private or Residential System.

Private Operating
            Frequencies:  Enter the channel number(s) of the private
                          system.  The parameters allow for up to 4
                          channels per PSID/RSID.