Alinco DJ-SR1 CTCSS Codes

By Clem Andrews

I generally use an Alinco DJ-SR1 . . The way the sub-tones are displayed is
different on these sets and can cause confusion . . (You're telling me - DELBOY)

In case you are interested here's the list of tones in order.
There is an extra tone on the Alinco's 69.3Hz (39)
Perhaps people might find it useful on your board?


Number/Freq/Alinco display number . .

01 - 67.0   - A00
02 - 71.9   - B00
03 - 74.4   - C01
04 - 77.0   - A01
05 - 79.7   - C02
06 - 82.5   - B01
07 - 85.4   - C03
08 - 88.5   - A02  (Calling Ch: 8-A02 on DJ-SR1)
09 - 91.5   - C04
10 - 94.8   - B02
11 - 97.4   - C05
12 - 100.0 - A03
13 - 103.5 - B03
14 - 107.2 - A04
15 - 110.9 - B04
16 - 114.8 - A05
17 - 118.8 - B05
18 - 123.0 - A06
19 - 127.3 - B06
20 - 131.8 - A07
21 - 136.5 - B07
22 - 141.3 - A08
23 - 146.2 - B08
24 - 151.4 - A09
25 - 156.7 - B09
26 - 162.2 - A10
27 - 167.9 - B10
28 - 173.8 - A11
29 - 179.9 - B11
30 - 186.2 - A12
31 - 192.8 - B12
32 - 203.5 - A13
33 - 210.7 - B13
34 - 218.1 - A14
35 - 225.7 - B14
36 - 233.6 - A15
37 - 241.8 - B15
38 - 250.3 - A16
39 - 69.3   - C00 (Bonus tone on Alinco . . wow!)

Bye for now . . .

ps - I hope there are no mistakes!

Many thanks for that Clem. I am sure this info will be useful. What I cannot understand is why Alinco use such a strange system for allocating CTCSS codes. Just think someone actually thought this would be a good idea and got paid for it !!!!

DELBOY

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