For a good first look, check out this excellent hardware overview made by Portelligent. Check out their Teardown website. "Technology intelligence for the electronics professional". Wow!
We got a whole load of documents off the FCC website, where they keep publicly accessible copies of all the FCC testing reports. Apart from the photos, which are in the 'photos' section of this site, there is not that much interesting stuff here. It's mostly just boring reports detailing precisely how much of the RF energy becomes heat inside your head. This is called Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) testing). And there's lots of other technical nitty-gritty. We mirrored these documents, because the FCC server was just way, way, way too slow, and we don't want to bring the poor thing down. Even with the faster download, some of these PDFs are structured in such a way that they take forever to load.
Probably the most useful thing here are two complete user manuals as PDF: the HTC English version of the user manual (32 pages), and the T-Mobile English version of the user manual, which comes in two parts: pages 1-53 and pages 54-106. Then there's a system block diagram, as well as a somewhat more detailed radio block diagram.
- CE sticker
- Letter that says they would like to keep the schematics confidential (bummer...
- Letter that says they promise to sell devices with the same RF calibration as the one that was tested
- Answer to a request for additional information
- The German firm CETECOM did SAR tests (<a href="cetecom-sar-report.pdf]1[/url], 2, 3) as well as general RF compliance testing.
- A firm called ITS also did SAR tests 1, 2)