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Honestly there wasn’t much difference at all.

I’d like to know how you determined that the antenna wasn’t resonant. Icom America has decided not to go ahead with the sale of our latest product, the T82A. Johnson Dentron Radio Co.

Around the clock, around the town, around the world.

I actually bought a charger and some recharageable batteries and now I can plug it in with the rest of the HT’s once a month for their battery top off. I didn’t understand why the performance was so noticably degraded. This radio does not have the traditional Alinco red and blue wires which have become so familiar I got my Icom T7H to do just that. This avoids scratching the display and gives you a place to put the seven tiny screws to be removed.

This mod is for the DJ-S11T. Re-tweeking of the VCO is not recommended. When I second guessed the antenna design when the radio was still at his tailgate I probably should have left it there.


Email Subscription You are not subscribed to discussions on this article. You only live once, so buy them all and keep the ones you like. The antenna connection is made by means of a gold-plated spring contact. It gave adequate performance within the repeaters’ footprint.

Of course, which would pretty much be a requirement with a mW HT with a shortened antenna.

Alinco DJ-S11 Instruction manual

This wasn’t mentioned in the manual. Bill, why are you still worrying about this?

Works great with XYL shopping, etc. If you have a 75 ohm radio, then a matched antenna would also be 75 ohms.

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 length. For what it was the DJ-S11 worked well and I thought it was ,anual good product.

Yeah, that would be good if you could post your field strength results on the page.

Alinco DJ-S11 — Why?

Again what is resonance? I got into all the local repeaters just fine. I know there are lots of hams out there that own this little radio and love it for their particular uses. Taking the antenna off and placing it atop some sort of ground plane will not give you the correct answer answer either. Possibly because the radio worked well enough the way it was designed for the purpose it was designed for.

It was operating ddj-s11 that point like a resonable HT. I think the radio has a good cosmetic shape and is very light. According to your review you owned it for 3 months or less back in Why did Alinco do it?


I would think that Alinco would feel they had a reputation to live up to.

Could that have been because the repeaters were nearby and very good machines? You’ve admitted you haven’t accurately measured SWR so we now know that these antennas may, indeed, be a perfect match for the radio they were designed for. If I bought a compact two-meter mobile antenna from a well reputable company that was about 10 inches tall, I would expect it to at least perform decently for it’s size and give my radio a good SWR. There are hams out there that loved it once they did some antenna modifications so they could put on a “real” antenna.

I’m just curious to what other amateurs have thought about this radio. You can’t change the laws of physics. They don’t break and are very durable. This model in its current form, after careful scrutiny and testing, did not meet the high standards of technological excellence that ICOM alinck for all our products.

And here’s a quote from Icom on the Universal Radio website: You will lose all of the memory contents.