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The manual isn't online to my knowledge however I did find a guide on how to program it.
"Turn it on. Push the "MANUAL" button to stop it from scanning.
Push number 1, then push "MANUAL" again. This should leave you on channel one.
Using the keypad enter the frequency you want to monitor, then push "E." Press "REVIEW" at anytime to see what frequency is programmed there. If the review button flashes 000.0000 on the LED readout display, you might be entering an invalid frequency. Refer to the list of acceptable frequencies in the Frequency Range Bands below.
Push "MANUAL" to step to channel number two. Enter the frequency. Push "E." Push "MANUAL" to step to channel three. Repeat this process until all the (10) channels are full, or you've run out of frequencies to enter.
Push "SCAN" to start automatically scanning the frequencies. The radio will stop when it hears someone talking, and resume scanning two seconds after the conversation has stopped.
Frequency Range Bands:
20 to 29.7 MHz (10 Meter "Ham" Band) 29.7 to 50 MHz (VHF Low Band) 50 to 54 MHz (6 Meter Amateur Band) 136 to 144 MHz (Military Land Mobile) 144 to 148 MHz (2 Meter "Ham" Band) 406 to 420 MHz (Federal Government Land Mobile) 420 to 450 MHz (70cm "Ham" Band) 450 to 470 MHz (UHF Standard Band) 470 to 512 MHz (UHF "T" Band)" http://newsgroups.derkeiler.com/Archive/Rec/rec.radio.scanner/2006-01/msg00174.html
Hope this helps.
To program the majority of non-trunking Bearcat scanners,\:
- Power the scanner ON - Press MANUAL to stop scanning - Enter the channel # to program followed by MANUAL (OR just press MANUAL repeatedly to advance to the desired channel). - Enter the desired frequency, including the decimal point. - Press E (ENTER)
If these steps don't work with your scanner, please provide your model number and I'll get back to you with specifics.
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.
do you have a button marked "prgm" if not, then push the manual button until it gets to the channel you want to program, then enter the freq ie... 155.xxx and hit enter, don't forget the decimal point .
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.