V50 L5-2.4L VIN 39 B5244S7 (2005)
Global Positioning System Module: Description and Operation
The GPS receiver receives signals from GPS satellites. The global positioning system module (GPS) (16/139) sends the signals onwards via the MOST
multimedia module (MMM) (16/108)
phone module (PHM) (16/60)
infotainment control module (ICM) (16/1.2).
The signal to the multimedia module (MMM) is used to determine the position of the car. The signal to the phone module (PHM) is used by Volvo On
Call/Volvo On Call Plus to locate the car in the event of an emergency.
The signals to the infotainment control module (ICM) is a confirmation that the control module is awake.
When starting from cold, the system must be able to determine the position of the car within 120 seconds. For warm starting the position must be
available within 40 seconds.
A cold start is when the system has had no power for a long period. A warm start is where the system has been off for a shorter time, when the car has
been in a short-stay car park for example. This does not apply to locations without GPS reception, for example when the car is inside a garage.