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in short the answer is no. The frequency range of the receiver is BC147XLT 29-54 136-174 406-512 FM in MHZ The mod you are talking about would require wiring and interfacing new receiver circuitry to place the unit in the 800-900 mhz range. Most cell phones now are encrypted within a data type stream so they cannot be heard. Also it is not legal to monitor Cellular frequency's. I hope that helps.
Unfortunately it is illegal to monitor cell phone calls, and now that the cellular providers have stopped using analog signals, it is also impossible to do. Even the newest digital scanners such as the Bearcat 996 and the Radio Shack Pro-106 do not support the digital format used by the wireless phone industry.
the scanner on it's
back on a hard surface with it turned "OFF".
down and hold down
the following keys with your left hand. (MANUAL),
(2) and (9)
holding down these
buttons, use your other hand to turn the
scanner power "ON". Continue to hold all the buttons down
until you hear a "click" and all the channels are cleared
The BC147XLT is too old to obtain a manual from Uniden, but here's how you program it:
Turn it on & press 'Manual', then enter the number of the channel you wish to program & press 'Manual' again. Now enter the frequency you want to put in that channel, example 155.550, and press "Enter'. Then press manual to go to the next channel or repeat the first procedure to select a different channel other than the next one. Repeat the programming procedure for each channel.