Question about Uniden BCD996T Base Scanner
This is only used to monitor a special computerized "trunked" radio system. Agencies that are using a Trunked system have a central computer that "handles" multiple frequencies (channels) & Transmitters, putting various & multiple different system users/groups on a vacant frequency(s) as needed. A user/group could theoretically be on a different "channel" every time they key the microphone. This multiple frequency "jumping", & multiple different user groups on the same channels makes it hard or impossible to "follow" conversations or realize what group is talking, when using a non-trunktracking scanner. However, If the signals & channels you monitor are not part of any "Trunked" Radio system, then the scanner's Trunking features would not, & cannot be used for them, & gives no additional benifit when monitoring your "regular" channels.
Posted on May 23, 2009
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