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Scanner i need frequencies for my scanner its a uniden bearcat 50 channel 800mhz for chicago and cicero ill area

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Were do i find a list for local freq for my scanner im in florida

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Go to the following link and scroll down for the frequencies:
http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?ctid=606

Do you know how to enter the freq's into you scanner?

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Uniden bearcat 50 channel 800mhz


The BC60XLT frequency coverage ends at the 512MHZ band. It is not capable of receiving signals in the 800MHz band. For more information you can download and print the factory manual here:

http://www.uniden.com/pdf/BC60XLTom.pdf

Bill B.
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My uniden bearcat 50 channel 800mhz stop the police,fire ect.. and only gives me weather.. why? can you help ?


  • You can try pressing "Manual" and then "Scan" or "Band" buttons from the weather setting to get you back to scanning the police, fire,etc.
  • Make sure you don't have a WX (Weather) frequency programmed into on of the regular 50 channels or the scanner will continue to stop every time around as it will pick up the WX frequency.
  • Make sure you have your scanner programmed as well.

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How do you program a Uniden Bearcat bc244CLT?


To program a known frequency into your scanner:

- With power ON, press MANUAL to stop scanning.
- Enter the number of the channel that you wish to program (01 - 30).
- Press MANUAL.
- Enter the frequency, including decimal point (for example, 156.065).
- Press E to enter/store the frequency into memory.
- Press MANUAL to advance to the next channel for programming.

For more information, you can download/print the manual for your scanner here:

http://www.uniden.com/pdf/BC244CLTom.pdf

For a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area, and a lot of other useful scanning information, visit:

www.RadioReference.com

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How to program the frequencies on a uniden bearcat 50 channel 800 mhz radio scanner?


To program the majority of non-trunking Bearcat scanners,\:

- Power the scanner ON
- Press MANUAL to stop scanning
- Enter the channel # to program followed by MANUAL (OR just press MANUAL repeatedly to advance to the desired channel).
- Enter the desired frequency, including the decimal point.
- Press E (ENTER)

If these steps don't work with your scanner, please provide your model number and I'll get back to you with specifics.

Bill B

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I need to program a frequency into my uniden bearcat scanner


To program a known frequency into your BC60XLT:

1. Press MAN
2. Enter the channel number to program (1 -10)
3. Press MAN
4. Enter frequency, including the decimal point
5. Press RVW to confirm the frequency

Repeat the sequence for other channels

To find active frequencies in your area, and a lot of other useful scanning info, visit

www.RadioReference.com

Need the manual for your scanner? You can download/print it here:

http://www.uniden.com/pdf/BC60XLTom.pdf

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Uniden Bearcat BC 350A scanner won't pick up 800 channels


You BC350A provides coverage of popular bands between 29 and 512MHz, so it is not capable of receiving signals in the 800MHz range. Sorry, but you'll need a different scanner to follow the action.

For a comprehensive database of active frequencies and systems in your area, visit:

www.RadioReference.com

For information on current scanner models and their capabilities, visit:

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Frequencies for your area can best be found in databases such as:

www.radioreference.com

or

www.cityfreq.com


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