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If I understand basic theory correctly, max xfer of energy is when source impedance equals load impedance.
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This unit is not FCC type-accepted for anything but ham band – All standard disclaimers apply. It is bad enough trying to sift through all the spin that the “advertising specialists” read that as controlled mankal put into the ads but when we have to see if a HT has a resonant antenna with it.? So really, what was Alinco thinking?
The display should show all segments and markings. Maybe a piece of wire and a wing it is all that’s necessary for short range radios like this one. Ddj-s11 did I like the DJ-S11?
Never read that anywhere, maybe that’s why there is no connector stock. Is the DJ-S11 the best choice out there today? And there’s people like me that hated them because they purchased a poor performing radio that was marketed as a ham radio.
Although reception on the expanded frequencies is legal, transmission is not. sj-s11
ALINCO DJ-S11 Service Manual download, schematics, eeprom, repair info for electronics experts
I have the micro dual bander Alinco makes. My Subscriptions Subscriptions Help. It gave adequate performance within the repeaters’ footprint. Its mahual moot point now since the radio and an emergency service daypack it was in were stolen in I found no need to alter the antenna, although it would have been easy to put a 19 inch telescoping aerial on it.
I got my 2 mtr pocket radio second hand and didn’t expect too much out of it, the one I got had the telescoping 10 inch whip.
This article has expired. Once I did that, the radio came to life. Using an Icom t7h nowadays. The thin board can be easily damaged by a high wattage soldering iron. And here’s a quote from Icom on the Universal Radio website: You will lose all of the memory contents.
The SWR couldn’t be too high or they wouldn’t put out power they way they were supposed to.
Alinco DJ-S11 Instruction manual
When I opened the package there was a small slip of yellow paper that instructed me to only pull the antenna out to the first section when transmitting. Then I put two drinking straws together over the antenna, and wire, to give it some rugged support It looked horrible. No more comments may be added.
These radios were made for really local amnual. I didn’t understand why the performance was so noticably degraded. A 5-inch two-meter duck antenna would out perform the antenna that was supplied with the radio because it was matched to the proper frequency.
After I did a lil antenna mod, I was fine, and even did better and the 50mw setting.
No, not at all. Re-tweeking of the VCO is not recommended. I got into all the local repeaters just fine. What if the radio is NOT of a 50 ohm design? This avoids scratching the display and gives you a place to put the seven tiny screws to be removed.
If anyone read my review on this HT, they would note that I was getting better performance with a tacky antenna modification running the mwnual 50mW then with the regular antenna on high power mW. Carefully remove this resistor, using a small tip soldering iron, tweezers and a steady hand.
Icom cancelled this product on April 9, I owned mine for about five years and used it pretty much every day with no complaints at all. Yeah, that would be good if you could post your field strength results on the page.
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I got my Icom T7H to do just that. HTs are very difficult to check antennas with using test equipment as moving the antenna off the radio changes everything. I’d manula to know how you determined that the antenna wasn’t resonant.
Thanks for the info. Once I figured out that the antenna wasn’t loaded, I added the appropiate amount of wire to make it about 19 inches in total dj-w11. Replace the batteries, press and hold the “F” button on the left side of the radio, and turn it on. I have a hard time believing that they would design a 2M radio with a 50 ohm output and then just stick an unloaded 6-inch whip on it.
I have seen a piece here on the internet which details a mod to the radio which replaces the existing antenna with an SMA connector. Yes, these are still sold new. As I recall the one I owned had a rubberized flip up antenna that may have been helically loaded.