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Compiled by Mike Morris WA6ILQ
Web page maintained by Robert Meister WA1MIK
I know nothing about this equipment so please don't ask!
 


For Warranty service and Technical Support:
REMTronix, Inc. (Authorized Alinco Distributor for USA and Canada)
2560 Barrington Ct.
Hayward, CA 94545 U.S.A.
Tel: 510-298-5100
Fax: 510-887-0314
e-mail for Sales / Service/Support / RMA


Mobile and HF radios
COMTEK
26611 HWY 3 NW
Poulsbo, WA 98370
(360) 779-9730
Kuni Okuma W7JV/JA1JDX
NOTE: COMTEK ACCEPTS ONLY MOBILE/HF RADIOS
Central United States
Burghardt Radio Repair Inc.
P.O.Box 73, 1320 13th Ave SE #48
Watertown, SD 57201
Voice: (605) 886-7314
Fax: (605) 886-3444
Southern United States
MARTEK Mississippi Electronic Repair
13238 Hudson-Krohn Rd.
Biloxi, MS, 39532
(228) 396-3005
Glenn Martin, KE5RHF
South Central United States
Clairmont Skyland Radio & TV
4004 Buford Hiway
Atlanta, GA 30345
(404) 636-5909
Bill Waller, KC4OVY

The contents of this page, like most here at www.repeater-builder.com, are totally dependent on donations of information.
If anyone has anything that is NOT at the Alinco web site, don't hesitate to scan it and send it in.
If you have a hint or a useful trick please consider writing it up and sending it in.


Articles, Manuals and other Literature
The official source for manuals is Alinco Manuals Download Page at Alinco's own web site (offsite link)
However the documentation on some of the older radios and other equipment are no longer there.

The manuals below are arranged by model number.

Generic Alinco Information, user experiences, and connector pinouts can be found here. You should read this first.
DJ-180 and DJ-480 Instruction Manual   485 KB PDF
Single band handhelds, 2m and 440 MHz.
DJ-296T Service Notes   501 KB PDF
A 220 MHz handheld.
DJ-G29T Instruction Manual   2.7 MB PDF
Dual band handheld, 220 and 902 MHz.
DJ-G29T Service Manual   3.6 MB PDF
Dual band handheld, 220 and 902 MHz.
DM-1350 Power Supply complete schematic   36.7 KB PDF file
DR-06T, DR-M06R, DR-135LH, DR-03T, DR-M03R Instruction Manual   1.2 MB PDF
The DR-03 radios are 10m, the DR-06 is 6m, the DR-135LH is 40-45 MHz (non-USA). The "T" models are shipped with DTMF microphones. All radios covered by this manual except the DR-06T are wideband only. The DR-06T can run wide or narrow and also has an internal TNC.
DR-135, DR-235 and DR-435 Service Manual   5.3 MB PDF dated 2000
Single band mobiles, 2m, 220 and 440 MHz.
DR-135FX and DR-435FX Service Manual   2.1 MB PDF
DR-135T/E, DR-235T and DR-435T/E Instruction Manual   680 KB PDF Copyright 2000
Single band 2m, 220 or 440 mobiles.
DR-235T Mark III Service Manual   1.6 MB PDF
DR-135T/E Mk III, DR-135FXE, DR435T/E Mk III, DR-435FXE Instruction Manual   1.2 MB PDF
DR-570 Instruction Manual   640 KB PDF
DR-570 Service Manual   2.6 MB PDF
DR-600 operators manual   260 KB PDF
DR-610 service manual   2.6 MB PDF
DR-620 service manual   6.9 MB PDF
DR-1200 Data Radio Instruction Manual   175 KB PDF   Courtesy of David Leeper K6DWL
The user manual says that this radio is specifically designed for packet. Unfortunately the audio output pin on the mic jack is speaker audio (i.e. low impedance and it varies with the position of the volume control) so you have to be real careful with the level going into the TNC. If it had been line level out it would have been a lot better.
There is a little common info between the two manuals, so you will want to download both. The service manual has a full parts list but no schematic, only a block diagram and some rather poor board layouts. Does anyone have a real schematic?
DR-1200 Data Radio Service Manual   1 MB PDF   Courtesy of David Leeper K6DWL
The user manual says that this radio is specifically designed for packet. Unfortunately the audio output pin on the mic jack is speaker audio (i.e. low impedance and it varies with the position of the volume control) so you have to be real careful with the level going into the TNC. If it had been line level out it would have been a lot better.
There is a little common info between the two manuals, so you will want to download both. The service manual has a full parts list but no schematic, only a block diagram and some rather poor board layouts. Does anyone have a real schematic?
RS-4/ 5 Repeater Programming   80 kB PDF   By Ganesh VU3VTK
This article describes the ERW-2 programming adapter and how it can be used to program the EEPROM out of the repeater, rather than dragging a laptop and cables up to it.


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