Alinco DX-10

Alinco DX-10 10 Meter Amateur Radio with SSB AM FM CW Modes


AlincoAlinco DX-10 10 Meter Amateur Radio with SSB AM FM CW Modes

The Alinco DX-10 is a multimode mobile transceiver that provides access for new radio amateurs to the 10 meter band. It is also useful for the seasoned operator looking for a simple, inexpensive mobile transceiver.

The Alinco DX-10 is a capable, compact, multimode 10 meter transceiver. It will operate in LSB, USB, AM, FM or CW modes. Operation is from 28-29.7 MHz. Power output is adjustable (0-25W SSB and 1-12W FM/AM/CW). This radio does not employ a traditional VFO. Rather, frequencies may be stored in the expansive memory system and then adjusted by the fine tuning.

The meter can display S/RF, SWR or DC voltage. Scanning is supported. The radio features SWR and power supply voltage protection.

Tuning steps may be set to 10 Hz, 100 Hz, 1 kHz or 10 kHz. This radio requires 13.8 VDC at 6 amps.
The DX-10 includes the EMS-70 Hand Mic (with metal plug), mobile bracket, DC cord and mounting hardware.


  • AM / FM / USB / LSB / CW / PA Modes
  •  Multiple Clarifier Operating Modes
  • Flexible Menu Functions
  • Echo and Tone Controls
  • RF Gain Adjustment
  • Variable RF Power Adjustment
  • Scan Function
  • Roger Beep
  • Noise Blanker / Automatic Noise Limiter
  • Dual Watch Function
  • +10 KHz Button
  • SWR, S/RF, DC Voltage Display
  • Hi-Cut Function
  • Cutoff for high frequency interference


  • Frequency Range : 28.000MHz~29.700MHz
  • Operating Mode : SSB/CW/AM/FM
  • Frequency Resolution :10Hz, 100Hz, 1kHz, 10kHz
  • Channels : Up to 60ch per Bank (6 Banks)
  • Antenna Impedance : 50 ohm unbalanced
  • Frequency stability : +/-1ppm
  • Microphone Impedance : 2k ohms
  • Power supply requirement : 13.8V DC +/-15% (11.7 to 15.8V DC)
  • Operating Temperature : -22°F ~ +122°F (-30°C ~ 50°C)
  • Current (Approx.) : Transmit 6A Max
  • Dimensions: 6.7 in (w) x 2.04 in (h) x 8.4 in (d)
  • Output power:   FM/AM/CW 1-12 W    USB/LSB 0-25W
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