Question about Uniden BC350C Base Scanner
Even if your radio did cover those frequencies, it wouldn't do any good anymore as 99% of all cellphone calls are digital and cannot be decoded, (besides being against the law to listen in the USA)
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
Sorry, but you don't. Cellular bands have been locked out of USA model scanners for several years, and there is no way to restore the "missing" frequency blocks. Even if there was a way to restore the frequencies, nearly all cellular transmissions are now digital and beyond the capability of your scanner.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
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