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Alinco lntrociuces a 2 Meter Ratiio Thats Versatile and Packed with Popular Features!
II Channel number display II Time Out Timer II Selectable Scan Modes, busy channel or timed II Cable cloning The IX-140 is simple to operate, easy to program and dependable in use. The clean
design, large controls and display show that Alinco engineers are listening to what todays radio operators are saying. The DR-140 combines solid construction and easy maintenance with popular features and advanced functions.
Simple Clean Dependable
AMATEUR RADIOS VALUE LEADER
Display call signs, repeater locations, names or any combination of letters, numbers and symbols up to a total of seven. Displays English and Cyrillic (Russian) alphabet characters, several symbols and numbers O-9. Display alphanumeric, frequency, frequency + memory channel or channel only.
DR-14DT U.S. Amateur Version 144.000-147.995 MHz 118.000-135.995 MHz (AM) 136.000-173.995 MHz (FM) Standard 50 Tones Optional 50 Tones DR-140E European Amateur Version 144 000-MHz 144 000-MHz (FM) DR.140TEZ DR-140TEl Commercial Version Commercial Version 136000-155000MH.000-MHz 136.000-173.995 MHz (FM) 136 000-MHz (FM)
TX Range RX Range
Save up to 50 channel selections plus a CALL channel. Store alphanumeric display data, oddsplits, different CTCSS encode and decode tones, and receive-only frequencies in any of the memory channels.
world. 50 CTCSS tones plus selectable Tone Bursts of 1000, 1450, 1750 or 2100 Hz. CTCSS encoder and Tone Burst is standard on all versions of the DR-140. (CTCSS tone decoder EJQOU is optional).
Scan VFO or Memory channels in ascending or
descending order. Select timed or busy channel scanning mode.
Electronic squelch settin adjusting squelch too high or low when making other adjustments.
Clone your settings to other DR-140 radios by wire.
CTCSS Encode Standard 50 Tones Standard 50 Tones Standard 50 Tones CTCSS Decode Optional 50 Tones Optional 50 Tones Optional 50 Tones MARS/CAP Not Applicable Not Applicable Yes - Permits Required Not Applicable Capability Microphone Electret. Cond. with DTMF Electret Cond. with DTMF Electret Cond. with DTMF Electret. Cond. with DTMF (standard1 TNANSMITIER 1 H1/35w Lo/5w 1 Hi/35w Lo/5w 1 Hi/Sow Lo/5w TX Output lappmxl Hi/Sow Lol5w Emission F3E FM Modulation Vanable Reactance Frequency Modulation Max. Freq. Deviation +/- 5 KHz Spurious Emission - 60 dB or under below carrier Simplex or Semi-Duplex Modes Operations From 0 up to +/- MHz (full tuning range of radio) TX/Rx Offset may be saved as patl of Information stored in any memory channel offset Range RECEIVER Rx System Dual Conversion Superheterodyne 1st: 30.85 MHz; 2nd: 455 KHz IF Frequencies Sensitivity 12 dB SINAD - 15dBp More than +/- 6 KHz at -6 dB; Less than +/- 15 KHz at -60 dB Selectivity Audio Output More than 2.5 watts 0 10% distortion Speaker Impedance 8 ohms GENERAL Frequency 5, 10, 12.5, 15, 20, 30, 50 KHz steps, user adjustable Resolution Antenna 50 ohms, unbalanced Power Input 13.8 vDC +/- 10% Rx-Squelched: less than 600 mA Current Drain % 13.8~ DC Tx-High: 10.5 A (approx) Low: 3.5 A (approx) 141 mm (w) x 41 mm (h) x 154 mm (d); 5.55 In (w) x 1.61 in (h) x 6.06 in (d) (without projections) Dimensions Weight 0.86 kg (approx); 1.9 Ibs. (approx) Memory Channels 50 Channels plus CALL channel; each stores Rx; TX offset, CTCSS encode, optlonal CTCSS decode and alphanumeric display Information Alphanumeric, English and Cyrllllc alphabets, numbers O-9, figures, up to 7 characters; backlit LCD Display Tone Bunts 1000, 1450, 1750, 2100 Hz User Selectable lime Out Timer 30 to 450 seconds: user selectable in 30 second increments Available - Requires Optlonal EJ-20U CTCSS Tone Decode Untt Busy Channel Penalty Timer Scan Function
1 seconds, user adjustable O-or Timed: Up or Down, memory or VFO Busy
Adjustable from 30 seconds to 450 seconds in 30 second steps. A must for data and public safety operations.
Specifications subject to change without notice or obligation. Performance specifications apply only to amateur bands. Permits required for MARS/CAP use. Names of cetiain products mentioned in this catalog are used for identification purposes only and may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective company.
The DR-140 will function well in data tranimission modes up to 1200 bps.
CTCSS Tone Decode Unit; (Busy Channel Lock Out Requires EJQOU) EJQOU UA0038 (PC-l 58) Extra DC Power Cable MB-130 Extra Mounting Bracket Trunking Logic Board (TEI and TE2 versions only) EJ-21 D
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have set the personal and group code correctly. Be especially careful that the outgoing personal code (last digit of the display) is correct for the person you want to page. Summary of DSQ Code digits:
123.4.5 a b c
a Three Digit Group Code. DTMF Squelch: (receive mode) These three digits must be received to break squelch when DTMF squelch (DSQ only displayed) is used. (transmit mode) These three digits only are transmitted when in DSQ mode upon pressing the [PTT] button. example: if you have set 123.4.5 as your DSQ code, when you press [PTT] in DSQ mode 1,2,3 will be transmitted. Group and Personal Page functions: These three digits are used as the group code in both group and personal paging functions and are the first three digits transmitted as part of a larger group or personal page code transmission. They are the first three digits that MUST be received when trying to activate a group or personal page. See below for more details. b This is YOUR personal page code. DTMF Squelch: This digit IS NOT USED in DTMF squelch functions. Group Paging: (receive mode) this digit IS NOT USED in group paging receive mode. ONLY the first three digits and the last digit are used when receiving a group page. (transmit mode) When you press [PTT] in G DSQ mode, first the three digit group code is sent, then a star, then this digit (your personal page code) is sent followed by two stars (1,2,3,*,4,**). Thus, this digit is the digit that is SENT OUT TO OTHERS to identify to them who has sent the page. It will be displayed in the fifth digit of the DSQ code display on all radios that received your group page, to identify you as the one who sent the page. Personal Paging: (receive mode) this digit specifies what "other party code" must be sent by someone trying to page you personally. In order to receive a PERSONAL page, your radio must receive the group code followed by this digit followed by a star (1,2,3,4,*). Preferably you should receive all that PLUS an additional single digit that identifies who was sending you the page (1,2,3,4,*,N where N is a single digit that identifies the person who sent the page). If this last identifier digit is not sent, you will hear a personal page type beep, and "GP" will flash, but "Err" will be on the main display indicating that a personal identifier code was not received. (transmit mode) This is the digit sent out LAST when you press the [PTT] button. It identifies YOU as the person sending the page. example: with DSQ set to 123.4.5 if you press [PTT] 1,2,3,5,*,4 will be sent. The 4 is received and displayed as the last digit of the DSQ code on all radios that received your page. c This is the single digit code for "the other party". DTMF Squelch: This digit is NOT USED in DTMF squelch functions.
At 146.03 MHz and adjust L306, L308, L309, TC305, L311 and L312, so that 12 dB SINAD sesitivity becomes maximum. Input a signal of 17 dB from transceiver tester at 145.03 MHz. Turn VR202 so that [FULL]-bar begins to light.
Under -9 dB
VR202 (IF PCB)
17dB 1 dB
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(DJ-160) Adjustment points for DJ-160E / DJ-460E
1. Transmitting Unit Item 1. Frequency adjustment Adjustment Point TC304 (RF PCB) Adjustment Method Set the unit in the transmission mode at 145.03 MHz and adjust TC304. (Transceiver tester, counter) Adjust VR301 so that TX power becomes 3 W at 146.03 MHz. Adjust VR302 so that TX power becomes 300 mW at 146.03 MHz. Input a signal of 1 KHz/50mV into the MIC jack, transmitting at 145.03 MHz and adjust VR204 so that you obtain 4.7 KHz/DEV in the transmission mode. Transmit at 145.03 MHz and adjust VR203 to obtain a frequency modulation of 3.0 KHz, making sure that tone burst 1750 Hz within a range of 1750Hz 20 Hz Spec 145.03 MHz 50 Hz
3.1W 0.1W 300mW 50mW
4.7 KHz 0.1 KHz
3.0 KHz 500 Hz
Puch  in the transmission mode and adjust VR205 so that you obtain 3.1 KHz/Dev.
3.1 KHz 100 Hz
Adjust L106 so that P/D 2.0 V voltage is 2.0 V at 145.03 0.1 V MHz. (DC voltmeter) in the transmission mode. Input 1KHz, 3.5 KHz/Dev. +66dB at 145.05 MHz and adjust L202 so that detection power becomes maximum At 145.03 MHz and adjust L306, L308, L309, TC305, L311 and L312, so that 12 dB SINAD sesitivity becomes maximum. Input a signal of 17 dB from transceiver tester at 145.95 MHz. Turn VR202 so that [FULL]-bar begins to light. Under -9 dB
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(DJ-162) Alinco DJ-162 Mod Ext RX/TX
I requested this mod from the net several times and received no responses. This morning I see were N0RWZ has posted his luck with a similar inquiry. Well, I finally found it so here it is. 1. Remove the battery pack. Remove the battery plate from the bottom of the radio. 2. Remove the back cover from the radio. This is a tedious process. You must take the knobs off the top and remove the top plate first. 3. Under the Battery clasp on the side of the radio (The little sliding thumb switch that keeps the battery from falling off the radio) you will find a yellow loop of wire. This loop is small and
hard to get to. You will need a very small pair of cutters or scissors. --Cut this wire. 4. Put the radio back together 5. Reset the radio. (You will lose your memories) 6. Go to the VFO mode. Pressing the 'B' key on the keypad will now allow you to cycle through the extended rx bands. It will cycle from 2 mtrs, am aircraft, to 800. The radio does NOT have the guts to receive 800. It just happens to be in the processor so don't waste your time listening. 7. This same jumper also opens extended transmit. Hope this helps out. Ron Wright - KA5LUG RON@ALPHA.NSULA.EDU
TX jumper RX jumper CLOSED OPEN
TRX jumper CLOSED
By opening the TRX jumper and closing the RX jumper it will now work on 220 Mhz- 239.995 Mhz. Which is model DJ-280TA1
TX RX jumper CLOSED jumper CLOSED
TRX jumper OPEN
By closing all jumper it will work on 240 Mhz- 259.995 Mhz. Which is model DJ-280TA2
TX jumper RX jumper CLOSED CLOSED
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(DJ-280) Expanded recieve for the Alinco DJ-280T
Author: KB8QFL - firstname.lastname@example.org.MODIFICATION.NET
To extend the Recieve, press and the LAMP button while powering the unit. The recieve will be extented to 200-299 MHz. Once the TX expand has been done, it will show TX from the same range. Mine transmits from 200 - 272.4 It does show trx above that, but its 272 MHz so maybe it can be increased.
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(DJ-446) DJ-446 TX power increase
Author: Martin Higgins - email@example.com.MODIFICATION.NET
How to modify the UK Alinco DJ-446 446MHz PMR Handportable Radio power output from the default 500mw to 5 Watts. Remove the antenna/MIC/Sp cover rubber and mail dial. No tool is required but just carefully pull them out. With slightly enlarging the bottom of the front plastic case toward outside by hand, take the metal main chassis out of the case. No screw is used. Be careful; the chassis and the case is connected with a speaker cable harness. There is a small connector at the left side of LCD. Remove it before you completely separate the unit. On the main unit circuit board, just below the antenna there is a screw and there is another one just about 2cm below. Between the screw and a black square component, there is a blank terminal without any component soldered. Solder this terminal (close circuit).
Reassemble the unit. No CPU reset is necessary. Kind Regards Martin Higgins ICQ#: 128096269
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(DJ-460) Frequ. extension for your DJ-460E handy
Hello dear OM's and all other eavesdroppers and carrierpushers. Now I will tell you how to EXTEND an ALINCO DJ-460E Handy which normally receives and transmits only between 430 Mhz and 440 Mhz for receiving and transmitting between 410 MHz and 470 MHz. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. remove the accumulator pack. remove the battery metal bracket with its four screws on the bottom of your DJ-460E. Open the chassis of your DJ-460E by pushing the chassis halves softly away from itselves. remove the plastic battery release button. now you can see one SHORT YELLOW WIRE BRIDGE and behind another SHORT BLUE WIRE BRIDGE bihind this removed button. 6. CUT these two short wire bridges with a spit pair of scissors or something else. Congratulations. Your Frequency extension has successfully been accomplished right now.
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(DJ-500) DJ-500E all freqs
Hallo everybody, To extend the frequency-range of the dj500e, just cut two risistors. The resistors are R61-R63. The european version has the risistors in the following position: BP1 and BPX. The open version needs no!! Resistors. So cut them off. They are located on the printboard with the speaker and microphone. If you have the diplay on the left, you will look on the board and see them in the upper right
corner.. There are two resistors with the numbers 000 (zero zero zero) on it. Actually they are no resistors, just a wire, but in smd it looks like a resistor. so get them off the board and do a reset !!!! The reset is very important because otherwise you will not get the new freq-range. You got it???? Hopefuly, if not, leave a msg in bbs DB0AHA. Greetings from DL1BEQ frank Rmks: This modifycation let you loose your warrantee, and also may cause problems with your national communicantions authority.
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(DJ-500) Adjustment points for DJ-500TE
Item 5 volt line voltage
Adjustment Point VR605
Adjustment Method Turn VR605 so that the voltage of 16 pin og IC601 should be 5.1 V.
Spec 5.1 V 0.1 V
VCO P/D voltage
L401 (RX VCO) (VHF) Adjust L401 so that the voltage of C362 (+) is L501 (TX VCO) (VHF) 1.5 V. L406 (RX VCO) (UHF) Adjust L501 so that the voltage of C362 (+) is 2.0 V. L504 (TX VCO) (UHF) DJ-500E Adjust L406 so that the voltage of C343 (+) is 1.1 V. DJ-500T Adjust L406 so that the voltage of C343 (+) is 1.9 V. DJ-500E Adjust L504 so that the voltage of C343 (+) is 2.1 V. DJ-500T Adjust L504 so that the voltage of C343 (+) is 3.0 V.
1.5 V 0.3 V (145 MHz) 2.0 V 0.3 V 1.1 V 0.2 V (435.0 MHz) 1.9 V 0.2 V (445.0 MHz) 2.1 V 0.3 V 3.0 V 0.3 V
Set the unit in the 435 MHz 500 Hz transmission mode at (445 Mhz 500 Hz) 435 MHz (DJ-500T: 445 MHz) and adjust TC209. On "Hi" position, turn VR201 for 6.6 W output at 145.0 MHz 13.0 V. On "Lo" position, turn VR204 for 0.6 W output at 145.0 MHz 13.0 V. 6.5 W 0.5 W 0.5 W 0.1 W
VHF power output
UHF power output
DJ580 mic (white) -----------------l l------------- TNC audio out l 1n capacitor > < > 33k resistor < l l TNC ptt line (0 volts to transmit)
NOTE: If you have any Tx switching problems you can try adding two 1n caps between white wire and ground and TNC audio out and ground. I use the 580 myself so I know it works. 73's from Jim G0DPX @ GB7WRG #19 GBR. EU.
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(DJ-580) ALINCO DJ-580EB sensitivity measurements
All sensitivity measurements performed with Radiocommunication Tester CMT from Rohde & Schwarz. DJ-580 EB externally supplied with 13.8 Volt Modifications present during this test: 1. Keyboard modification (130 - 174 MHz & 400 - 470 MHz reception) 2. Hardware modification (108 - 143 MHz (AM !) & 810 - 990 MHz reception)
144-146 MHz band: Generator of CMT set to 2.8 KHz FM-deviation with 1 KHz AF. Sensitivity is measured for 12 dB SINAD with CCITT filter in CMT switched ON.
144.000 144.500 145.000 145.500 145.995 MHz MHz MHz MHz MHz 0.12 0.11 0.13 0.12 0.12 V V V V V max. 36 dB SINAD at 5.60 V
max. 36 dB SINAD at 5.60 V
430-440 MHz band: Generator of CMT set to 2.8 KHz FM-deviation with 1 KHz AF. Sensitivity is measured for 12 dB SINAD with CCITT filter in CMT switched ON.
430.000 432.000 434.000 436.000 438.000 439.995 MHz MHz MHz MHz MHz MHz 0.15 0.18 0.18 0.18 0.16 0.17 V V V V V V
max. 36 dB SINAD at 3.0 V RF input
Aircraft band: 108 - 142.990 MHz AM (after hardware modification) Generator of CMT set to 80% AM-depth with 1 KHz AF. Sensitivity is measured for 12 dB SINAD with CCITT filter in CMT switched ON.
108.000 109.000 110.000 115.000 120.000 125.000 130.000 135.000 140.000 141.000 142.000 142.990 MHz MHz MHz MHz MHz MHz MHz MHz MHz MHz MHz MHz 0.80 0.75 0.68 0.77 0.60 0.55 0.45 0.43 0.37 0.36 0.35 0.38 V V V V V V V V V V V V max. 16 dB SINAD (!!) (ca. 18% dist. !!)
max. 17 dB (!!) SINAD at 1,15 mV RF input max. 16.8 dB(!!) SINAD at 0.66 mV RF input max. 17 dB (!!) SINAD at 0.45 mV RF input
UHF extended band: 810 - 999 MHz FM (after hardware modification)
Generator of CMT set to 2.8 KHz FM-deviation with 1 KHz AF. Sensitivity is measured for 12 dB SINAD with CCITT filter in CMT switched ON.
810 - 825 MHz 826.000 MHz 827.000 MHz 830.000 MHz 840.000 MHz 850.000 MHz 860.000 MHz 870.000 MHz 880.000 MHz 890.000 MHz 900.000 MHz 910.000 MHz 920.000 MHz 930.000 MHz 940.000 MHz 950.000 MHz 953.000 MHz 954 - 999 MHz no reception (probably due 0.60 V max. 34 dB 0.60 V 0.40 V 0.25 V 0.25 V max. 34 dB 0.28 V 0.50 V 0.64 V 0.78 V 0.82 V 1.00 V 1.14 V 1.08 V 1.33 V 2.53 V 3.60 V no reception (probably due to not locking of the PLL) SINAD at 9 V RF input
SINAD at 8.5 V RF input
to not locking of the PLL)
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(DJ-580) ALINCO DJ-580EB output power measurements
All power measurements performed with Radiocommunication Tester CMT from Rohde & Schwarz. 144 - 146 MHz band:
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------+ Freq. L M H Remark +------------+------------+-----------+-----------+-----------------------+ 144.000 MHz 0.327 W 1.28 W 5.40 W (13.8 V. ext.) 0.343 W 1.28 W 3.18 W (EBP-20, fully charged) 144.500 MHz 0.322 W 1.26 W 5.35 W (13.8 V. ext.) 0.339 W 1.26 W 3.16 W (EBP-20, fully charged) 145.000 MHz 0.318 W 1.25 W 5.27 W (13.8 V. ext.) 0.333 W 1.25 W 3.16 W (EBP-20, fully charged) 145.500 MHz 0.313 W 1.23 W 5.20 W (13.8 V. ext.) 0.330 W 1.23 W 3.19 W (EBP-20, fully charged) 145.995 MHz 0.309 W 1.21 W 5.16 W (13.8 V. ext.) 0.324 W 1.21 W 3.17 W (EBP-20, fully charged)
430 - 440 MHz band:
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------+ Freq. L M H Remark +------------+------------+-----------+-----------+-----------------------+ 430.000 MHz 0.294 W 1.48 W 4.91 W (13.8 V. ext.)
432.000 MHz 434.000 MHz 436.000 MHz 438.000 MHz 439.995 MHz
0.313 0.294 0.313 0.290 0.313 0.290 0.320 0.287 0.307 0.284 0.302
W W W W W W W W W W W
1.44 1.49 1.45 1.49 1.46 1.48 1.45 1.47 1.45 1.45 1.43
2.44 4.91 2.43 4.90 2.41 4.88 2.40 4.93 2.39 4.95 2.39
(EBP-20, fully charged) (13.8 V. ext.) (EBP-20, fully charged) (13.8 V. ext.) (EBP-20, fully charged) (13.8 V. ext.) (EBP-20, fully charged) (13.8 V. ext.) (EBP-20, fully charged) (13.8 V. ext.) (EBP-20, fully charged)
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(DJ-580) DJ-580EB S-meter indication
For these measurements the Radiocommunication Tester CMT from Rohde & Schwarz was used to generate the HF signal. Note: Especially at lower levels the segments of the DJ-580 were flashing on and off. The signal levels below were measured at the point were the segments remained ON for about 50% of the time. 144 - 146 MHz band:
SEGMENT Level ----------+-----------1 0.22 V 3 0.34 V 5 0.52 V 7 1.00 V 9 1.95 V FULL 3.24 V
SEGMENT Level ----------+-----------1 0.19 V 3 0.33 V 5 0.44 V 7 0.69 V 9 1.20 V FULL (not seen)
(DJ-580) DJ-580 secret codes/modes
Some time ago, fellow hams have send out not mentioned codes which can be activate when the keyboard is lock (with the key-sequence FUNC * = FL). One of them was #123 - I think I found out what this code do. If you type in this code when the keyboard is locked the display shows up one digit and after each new try it will increment the digit starting from 0 to H. - This code change the DTMF-Setup!!! - It seems there are serveral DMTFmode stored in the DJ-580 (from 0 to H). The difference between these modes are different signal length and probably different signal/tone frequencies. After changing to a otherdigit than 0, you are only able to decode DTMF from other stations with the samesetup. If you have changed your DTMF - don't worry. Type in #123 serveral times until the digit 0 appears on the display again and than unlock your keyboard. Now your DJ-580 should be in the default mode again.
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(DJ-580) DJ-580T coverage for newer rig
Here is another mod for the Alinco DJ-580T. Depending on the age of the rig this is a mod to open the rec and transmitter. If you have a newer rig, take the battary off and the 4 screws that hold on the battary and find the RED wire, cit it and tape the ends to open the recever to be able to transmit on all bands you rec with the acception on 800 and 900 cut the Blue wire, I have dont this and have had no problemsat all. The RED and BLUE wire are looped so you cant mis them. Injoy the new coverage.
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(DJ-580) DJ-580 HT review/info (long)
I mailed information on the new Alinco dual band hand-held, the DJ-580T to a couple folks that had enquired about them. These people had some requests for the information, so decided that I'd just post it. This is not intended to be a complete review of the radio, just information I had emailed. Note: I posted a couple weeks ago about a stolen DJ-160, the 2 meter Alinco. I had a few e-mail responses to that post. It was stolen by a brother of one of the Girl Scouts in my Daughter's troop. We now have it back -- returned after two weeks, one day before I was going to mail a claim to the ARRL insurance. The DJ-580 dual band radio is one of the "small" hand helds, not the smallest thing out but a very nice size. I think it has a nice solid feel to it. Display shows both VHF & UHF frequencies, as well as indication for which band is receiving a signal. Lighted keyboard. Built in CTCSS encode and
New frequency range = RX 118.000 ~ 135.995 AM Aircraft TX/RX 136.000 ~ 173.995 NFM TX/RX 380.000 ~ 472.995 NFM
Gru DC0EO Peter aus Duisburg Thanks to WD9HIK for the picture.
(DJ-G1) General coverage for Alinco DJ-G1
Put radio in tx KL mode, push and hold the func key, then you pres v/m ( v/m-m/v) + call ( call/band) + A ( pri ) the display shows open or close. Same prosedyre to open and close the radio. It transmit from 130-173 MHz.
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(DJ-G5) Alinco DJ-G5T extended TX
To extend the TX (RX is already extended) do the following: 1. Remove the 4 screws that hold the back cover of the unit on. 2. CAREFULLY pry the case apart (It's helps to remove the VFO/Mem/etc knob first) 3. On the FRONT portion (DTMF Pad) of the case, in the upper right-hand corner you will see a BLUE wire. Cut that carefully. 4. Reassemble the unit. 5. While holding the FUNC key, press POWER to reset the unit. 6. Viola! You know have extended TX! Hope this helps all DJ-5GT users. Sincerely, Kevin Bednar KB2YPU
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(DJ-G5) Extended RX/TX for DJ-G5E
Author: Sean (G0NVJ) - firstname.lastname@example.org.MODIFICATION.NET
Extending the recieve range.
To extend the recieve range to AM/FM 108-173.995mhz, 400-511.995mhz and 800-999.990mhz there is a simple keypad sequence as follows.
Press and hold the function button on the side and press the FL button twice This puts the frequency lock on.Then whilst pressing the function button press #212, The display should then read "OPEN". Then remove the frequency lock by pressing function and FL together.
Extending The Transmit range.
The radio can be made able to tramsmit between 130-174mhz and 400-512mhz (if it cant already after the above mod) by removing the back and cutting the blue loop of wire near the speaker socket and resetting the radio. I have since found out that this mod does not appear to work for the DJ-G5T
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(DJ-G5) Open and reset the Alinco DJ-G5E radio
Author: Kevin Bednar - email@example.com.MODIFICATION.NET As in dg-g5T you can open your radio as described: 1. Remove the 4 screws that hold the back cover of the unit on. 2. CAREFULLY pry the case apart (It's helps to remove the VFO/Mem/etc knob first) 3. On the FRONT portion (DTMF Pad) of the case, in the upper right-hand corner you will see a BLUE wire. Cut that carefully. 4. Reassemble the unit. 5. While holding the FUNC key, press POWER to reset the unit.
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(DJ-G5) Extended TX/RX for the Alinco DJ-G5E (European Model)
Author: Joao Seabra - CT2GNL - firstname.lastname@example.org.MODIFICATION.NET In the DJ-G5E you can extend TX/RX just by doing this (you don't have to open the radio): a. Keylock your radio (Func 0) b. Press Func #212 It will appear on the screen:
Now you have: VHF RX: 108Mhz - 174Mhz TX: 130Mhz - 174Mhz UHF RX: 400Mhz - 512Mhz TX: 400Mhz - 512Mhz On the right VFO RX: 800Mhz - 1000Mhz In VHF or UHF you can receive in AM just by pressing Func 6 To close te radio use the same procedure: a. Keylock your radio (Func 0) b. Press Func #212 it will appear on the screen:
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(DJ-G5) Channel mode for the Alinco DJ-G5E (European Model)
Author: Joao Seabra - CT2GNL - email@example.com.MODIFICATION.NET You can put your radio in channel mode: a. Keylock your radio (Func 0) b. Press Func #986 It will appear on the screen Ch 1 This channel is M1. If you have M100 then you will have 100 channels To put the radio in "normal" mode just press: Func *284
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(DJ-G5) Unknown mod for the Alinco DJ-G5E (European Model)
Author: Joao Seabra - CT2GNL - firstname.lastname@example.org.MODIFICATION.NET I dont know what this is, maybe a weird serial number. a. Keylock your radio (Func 0) b. Press Func #355 On my screen appears this number:
It seems there is no way of changing it just by turning the knob or pressing the keypad.
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(DJ-G5) Battery replacement for DJ-G5 and maybe other
Replacing dud batteries is easy and not so expensive as buying new ones. Just put the battery pack in your domestic freezer for a couple of hours then you can prise it open easily with a knife. Unsolder red and black wires replace dead cells with four tagged AA solder tagged cells soldered in seres. Resolder black and red wires (take care to observe polarity). Reinsert in battery case, glue with a spot of super glue in each corner then lightly clamp in a vice untill glue is set. Remove surplus glue from join. Do not use NMH batteries. Only use NICADS. I carried out this mod twice in last 3years and it work ok. Cost of new alinco battery pack 40 in UK, this mod will no more than5. I don't know if this will work with other makes of battery packs it's worth trying. 73s MW1DNY.
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Reading the Schematic
The schematic is printed on the back of the single sheet manual. If you can't read the fine print on the schematic, you probably don't want to mess with surface mount anyway, but I want to know how it works. From the size, I had assumed it was all custom ICs on a one board, LCD and buttons on another, but no, it's a real radio minaturized. The idea that there are three board in there plus the keyboard and LCD, all with multiple transistors, is really odd, when you consider that most of the volume of the unit is batteries (3xAA), with the LCD/buttons/speaker consuming much of the the rest! The schematic indicates a surprising number of discrete transistors and other components. At 350mW it's using paralleled finals: three 2SC3356's provide the drive. The CPU+AF board sports 4 ICs (not including two power regulators numbered as ICs), one of which has a 4.00MHz xtal for its clock. The RF board has a PLL and an NFM discriminator chip, but otherwise the transmit amp/multiplier chain, the receive down-converter chain, and the VCO daughter board are all
discrete transitors and parts (surely surface mount!). The RF board has three filter sections right at the antenna for both spur suppression on xmit and interference rejection on receive, and further filters in the IF. Is the second IF really 450kHz [as documented] rather than 455kHz like everything else since Collins? (I guess it doesn't matter since there's no room to go adding a Collins filter : - ). I suppose one might add an IF tap; I had supposed the low IF probably wouldn't leave the main chip, but it actually is routed through an off-chip filter, so if one really wanted to grab the 450kHz IF to add SSB detection or something, it'd only be a question of having room enough. (Why would you? I dunno. I may do that mod to my cheap junk scanner, though.)
I was expecting more intermod rejection on a unit that isn't cursed with extended receive. I realize there really isn't room for a set of helicals, even for 440, but since I do not buy anything (except used scaners cheap at a flea market) that has "extended receive" expressly to avoid intermod and image problems, I was a little dissappointed to have 'scan' fetch up on some perfect doubles between commercial and public service UHF users. But not bad either, compared to say my cheap wide-open scanner on the same frequencies, though, it's reasonably intermod resistant. 350mW (25dBm) doesn't seem to be enough to kerchunk repeaters with high squelch settings or in desensed environments like city-center. I was expecting a bit more range; I think some of our downtown repeaters must have desense problems or have their squelch too high. (With all those megawatt pagers downtown I can't imagine why : - ) Since I get into one linked system from several miles away on the back side of the hill, I don't think it's me and the DJ-S41T. (I may need to borrow a unit with CTCSS Decode/ display to verify/correct published PL's for some of 'em too.)
(DR-590) Alinco DR-590 9600Bd Modifikation
Hello Om's, I have modified an Alinco DR-590 for 9600 Baud Packet operation. Due to many questions about that here the solution: You need:
small phillips screwdriver solderiron with fine tip condensator abt. 1uF 47 Ohm resistor 4-wire shielded wire abt. 30cm
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remove all kables from, to the trx remove the trx cover without the loudspeaker turn the trx so that the front face towards you remove the silver shildingplate from the pa-unit put your cable through the unused opening near the uhf-ant cable fuehren remove the frontpanel, unlock the link between the panel an the trx remove the plastikshild from the back of the frontpanel
take the rx-nf from pin 9 of ic1 (front left), put the 47 ohm resistor in series put the tx-nf to the little c in 2 o'clock from vr2, put the 1uf condensator in series i soldered the ptt direkt at pin 2 of the micjack, i found no better solution right now solder the groundwire somewhere to the ground of the trx
reassamble the cover to the front panel raassamble the front panel (don't forget the connection front-trx) reassamble the shilding plate at the pa-unit fasten the cover connect your tnc to the new wire
the DR-590 can handle 9600 baud, BUT not very good ! the txdelay must be >= 30
February 1996 Kai, DJ9LX - (packet:DJ9LX@DB0RDB.#SLH.DEU.EU - email:DJ9LX@AMSAT.ORG)
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(DR-599) DR-599ERP 9600Bd
Hallo PR-Fans, Ich habe mir von der Firma Bo. den ALINCO DR599E(RP) zugelegt. Ja, ich weiss, man kann ihn auch selbst umbauen. Ich musste auch selbst Hand anlegen, da die Fa. Bo. die Auskopplung der NF aus meiner Sicht falsch gemacht hat. Sie haben die NF am IC 1 (3361BD) der UHF Main Unit Pin 16 ausgekoppelt. Der Signalpegel ist hier viel zu gering fr ein G3RUH-Modem (und wohl auch fr alle anderen Modems). Auerdem ist der HF-Anteil hoch und mu auch noch ausgefiltert werden. Die Auskopplung sollte am Pin 9 dieses Schaltkreises vorgenommen werden. Danach kann man direkt zum G3RUH-Modem gehen und alles luft (RX-seitig). Die TX-Seite wurde von der Fa. Bo. richtig eingekoppelt und zwar hinter dem C68 und vor VR2. UMBAU 1. Gehusedeckel mit der beschrifteten Seite entfernen (ALINCO DR-599E). 2. Gert mit dem Lfter auf sich zeigend hinlegen. 3. Ca. in 1-2 Uhr Position (von der Mitte) befindet sich der IC 1, MC 3361 BC. Hier ist am Pin 9 die NF auskoppeln. 4. Ca. in 11 Uhr Postion (von der Mitte) befindet sich C68. Hier an der abgewandten Seite die NF vom Modem einspeisen. (Zwischen C68 und VR 2)
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(DR-605) Alinco DR-605T extended RX/TX
I have tried an experiment and it worked. I researched how alinco has done their mods on their other radios and I found they usually have a red and blue wire which opens up the TX. The DR605T only has a blue wire. After removing mine I found that the radio can now transmit from 135 to 173 and from 400 to 499 (into a Dummy load). I make no promises. You're completely on your own, and this probably voids the warranty. Steps: 1. Remove the top cover (four screws). 2. Hold the radio face down on a cloth. 3. If you look down inside the front cover you can see the single blue wire. It attaches to the surface of the board with two solder joints. Remove the jumper. 4. Replace the top cover. 5. Hold down the function key and repower the radio. This resets the computer and you will lose your memory channels.
Remember it is illegal to transmit out of the band that the radio was type classified for. John KC8JMP Date: 20-03-2002 Subject: BAD RX HI I DID THE SOFT MOD ON MY 605 AND FOUND THE RX &TX 400-420 UN SATISFACTORY FOR USE AND AM LOOKING FOR A NEW RIG. Date: 23-03-2002 Subject: Bad RX I assume you took into consideration that the Antenna you are using was probably not optimized for out of band reception. If not, you may not need a new Rig but rather need to build yourself a dipole or something that suits the radio's new range of frequencies.
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From: TREVOR.P ZR6TR
(DR-605) Alinco DR-605E Extended TX/RX and Cross band repeater.
You can software program your radio for extended TX and X-band operation. The details are as follows: 1. 2. 3. 4. Place radio in Key Lock mode (Func + TOT) Press V/M, MHZ and Moni keys in this order three times LCD shows Open. Press any key to clear Open Exit Key Lock mode.
Gi6IRL 17/8/99 top of page
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(DR-605) Soft mods for the Alinco DR-605
Press function and "lock" button does appears lock fuction. Then TX are locked press : --> v/m ->mhz ->monitor--> v/m ->mhz ->monitor--> v/m ->mhz >monitor. Then the display appears "OPEN" Unlock the transiever and go :)))
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(DR-M06T) TX and RX MOD DR-M06T Alinco
RX 32-87Mhz TX 42-70Mhz 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Remove top and bottom covers. Remove the main dial from the case Remove the front plastic case. Unscrew the 3 screws on the control unit and remove. Locate jumper locations (see diagram) Place solder on the left 2 locations. Reassemble the radio. Reset the Microprocessor (press and hold [FUNC] and turn on)
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Expanded RX only Mod RX 40-60 TX 50-54 Press and hold the [CALL] key and turn radio on Thats it.
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(DR-M06T) Channel display MOD
Press and hold the [TOT] key and turn radio on. the radio will no display channel numbers.
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(DR-M06T) Extended RX and TX for DJ-M06T
There's a hardware mod for extended transmit/receive. I have NOT done this, but have been assured by the Technical Editor of a respected UK ham radio magazine that it's ok. The coverage will become 40.000 to 72+ MHz, though I understand that the power falls off at the top end, and the receiver performance is lousy on the (UK only) 70.000 to 70.500 (4m) ham band: 1. Remove the front panel (I know that's easier said than done. That's why I haven't tried it yet!) 2. Locate a pair of solder blobs on the pcb directly behind the display and short them together. 3. Re-assemble (again, easier said than done).
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(DX-70) TX and RX MOD DX-70
Extended TX, open the RX up to 35Mhz and down to 30 Khz, Open the VHF side from 45-60 Mhz RX/TX. All can be done quickly by , by removing or changing a series of chip-resistors located in the detatchable front face panel. This mod is a little tricky to perform, since it uses surface mount devices, so I TAKE NO RESPONSIBILITY IF YOU BREAK YOUR RIG. Alinco, further, in their mod sheet, warns that performing this mod incorrectly will NOT BE COVERED via warranty. At first, I tried using a Salami sized soldering iron--- take my word, get a good, very fine point iron of about 15 or 20 watts max! Make sure it is static guarded too. Ok.Here we go. 1. disconnect power 2. disconnect antenna 3. remove control head, disconnect control cable 4. remove 4 screws on back of control head, 5. remove (unsnap is more like it) the control head back panel. 6. THE MOD: Once you have the back panel removed, and using the big VFO knob as your guide (circuit board facing you, LCD display not facing you). The VFO knob should be on the left side. On the right side, in the lower right hand corner, you should see 2 distinct columns of chip resistors. On the board, they are NOT labeled, but I will draw the diagram below to help you. You cant miss these because there are 5 chip resistors in the left-hand row, and the right-hand row has 7 chip resistors. Above both rows is a solder-pad.
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