Question about Radio Communications
In short the answer is no. The frequency range of the receiver is
BC147XLT 29-54 136-174 406-512 FM in MHZ
The mod you are talking about would require
wiring and interfacing new receiver circuitry
to place the unit in the 800-900 mhz range.
Most cell phones now are encrypted within a data
type stream so they cannot be heard. Also it is
not legal to monitor Cellular frequency's. I hope
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