The DJ-X10T/E employs a triple conversion superheterodyne circuit and covers 100 kHz to 2000 MHz (less cellular). Modes of reception include AM/CW/USB/LSB/N-FM and W-FM. The appropriate mode will be selected by the radio, based on the tuned frequency, or you can manually select the mode. A total of 1200 memory channels are available in 30 banks of 40 channels each. The large, illuminated three line LCD even boasts a 40 segment spectral display. Other features include: 24 hour clock-timer, dual VFO's, help message menu system, beginner-expert modes, multiple S-meter displays, automatic memory write, multiple scanning modes, battery save function, PC programmable and PC controllable and monitor key. This radio can accept external power in the range of 8 to 25 VDC.
The Alinco DJ-X10K model is the same as above, but without the 816-902 MHz cellular gap and can be purchased via government or qualifying commercial purchase order or for export only (USA).
There are no user reviews for this rig yet. Do (or did) you own this rig? Tell us what you think of it!