Uniden /Bearcat BCD-396T
State-of-the-art scanner radio with TrunkTracker IV™ and automatic scanning capabilities.
You can use the scanner’s scroll control to quickly select channels and frequencies, and you can automatically program channels in a system using the Auto-Store feature.
Analog and digital trunked public safety systems*
Includes 380-399.9 and 700 MHz band
Police and fire departments (including rescue and paramedics)
NOAA weather transmissions
Marine and amateur (ham radio) bands
Aero Bands: Civilian and Military
*Motorola® Astro®, SMARTNET®, SMARTZONE®, and PRIVACY PLUS®, M/A-COM Private Radio Systems Inc. EDACS® Wide, Narrow, and SCAT, and E.F. Johnson Co. LTR systems.*
Frequency Coverage: 25-512 MHz, 764.00-775.9875 MHz, 794.000-823.9875 MHz, 849.0125-868.9875 MHz, 894.0125-956.0000 MHz, 1240-1300 MHz.
Note: The scanner’s frequency coverage is not continuous and does not include the cellular telephone band.
Preprogrammed Systems - preprogrammed with over 400 channels covering police, fire, and ambulance operations in the 25 most
populated counties in the US.
Close CallTM RF Capture Technology - you can set the scanner so it detects and provides information about nearby radio transmissions.
Dynamically Allocated Channel Memory - your scanner’s memory is organized so that it more closely matches how radio systems actually work, making it
easier to program and use your scanner and determine how much memory you have used and how much you have left.
CTCSS and DCS Squelch Modes – prevent interference from stations not using the mode you select.
Fire Tone-Out Standby – Lets you set the scanner to alert you if a two-tone sequential page is transmitted. Up to 10 settings (transmit frequency, tone frequencies) for standby monitoring.
Repeater Reverse – You can set the scanner so it switches to the input frequency on a conventional repeater system.
Control Channel Only Scanning
Adaptive Digital Threshold – Automatically sets the digital decode threshold for APCO 25 systems.
CTCSS/DCS Search – Lets the scanner search for CTCSS or DCS tones. You can identify up to 50 CTCSS tones and 104 DCS tones.
PC Control and Cloning PC Control – You can transfer programming data to and from your scanner and your personal computer, and control the scanner using a computer. This helps you find frequencies listed on the Internet and load them into the scanner.. Clone Mode – You can clone all programmed data, including the contents of the scanner’s memory, menu settings, and other parameters from one BCD396T scanner to another BCD396T scanner. On-Air Cloning – You can clone all programmed data over the air from one BCD396T scanner to another.
Supplied Accessories: Serial Port PC Cable, 3 "AA" Rechargeable Batteries, Wrist Strap,
AC Adapter/ Charger, Swivel Belt Clip, Antenna, SMA-BNC Antenna Adapter, Manual.
DOES NOT contain programming software.
Free PC control and programming software is available athttp://www.uniden.com
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