Question about Uniden BC80XLT Handheld Scanner
Find frequency for uniden bearcat 80xlt scanner and codes
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
Get out a legal pad and a pen. Start in the upper 806 mhz. When the freqs reach the 859 range, start listening. Jot down as many freq numbers as you hear voice on. You'll end up with more than 50 channels, but not to worry. An area such as yours has gone to the 800 mhz trunked systems. That means school bus drivers, city ditch diggers, fire rescue; every agency countywide.
I use my scanner for mainly police and fire, so it's better to scan for freqs in the evening when the school bus drivers and other city and county employees are off work. The first transmission is on one channel. The person responding will be heard on a different freq. It jumps around up and down the frequencies. You may only hear part of a conversation, but in time, you'll get the jist of what's going on.
The process of searching for active frequencies will take about two hours, but it's free and will be exact for your listening area. Gone are the days when we could use one channel for police, another for sheriff, and another for the fire department. They're making us work too hard.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
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