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Need to program my handheld uniden police scanner

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    Bill Buchsbaum May 16, 2010

    What model is your scanner?? Bill B

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Press MANUAL button, then select the channel you want, Type in the frequency including the decimal point, press E to enter it. Get your frequency's at www.RadioReference.com ...hope this was helpful....

Posted on May 26, 2010

  • JOHN BABA May 26, 2010

    Press MANUAL button, then select the channel you want, Type in the frequency including the decimal point, press E to enter it. Get your frequency's at www.RadioReference.com ...hope this was helpful....

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If your locals went digital they are probably using trunked systems as well. Sorry, but there is no way to convert or modify your scanner to let you monitor the new systems. You'll need to pick up a trunking/digital scanner such as the Uniden BCD996XT. Programming the trunked systems is a real task, so I recommend that you purchase the Butel ARC XT PRO software and a subscription to RadioReference.com. The combination will let you research the systems in your area, decide which ones you want to monitor, and download them straight to your scanner.

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