Re: how to program my uniden bearcat scanner bc350c
To listen to the programed channels you need to turn the squelch up to to the right and press scan it will scan all the channels and stop on the ones that people are talking on. you can down load the user manual at the bearcat scanner website.
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hi what do you mean by codes ,or do you mean frequencies ,to enter frequencies press the program key enter the frequency you want to listen too and press enter you can select different banks for different communications ,such as emergency,air traffic,marine,rescue,etc hope this helps
Your scanner does not do trunking. However, you should be able to monitor Dallas PD using it, since they are not using a trunked system. Richardson PD is using a EDACS system, which is trunked. You may still be able to pick up the frequencies used by Richardson, but the PD channels will be mixed in with all other users of the system.
Start by pressing 'band' & select the band that the freq you want to program is within by using the 'up' or 'down' button, then press 'search' , when you see the display getting close to the desired freq, press 'hold' & then use the 'up' & 'down' buttons to zero in on it. Then press 'program', then press 'private' & select the channel you wish to put it on (1-50). Repeat this process as needed. I find it's easier & faster to program all the freqs within a band as you can assign them to whatever channel you wish within the 50 in the private bank, then do the other bands. Hope this clarifies it, good luck. Regards from Community Communications in Wanaque, NJ.