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UBCD396T SCANNER The police in sydney australia have gone digital i went out and brought a uniden UBCD396T scanner but they just change to a ENCRYPTED system can any one help find this system please.

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Now i can tell you what there using for there audio encryption but thats as far as im going to with this the rest you will have to find out there is laws on these digital signals that can get you into trouble
there using skye nec encryption 256bit

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Uniden UBCD396T 6000 Channel Programmable Handheld Scanner
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This handheld digital scanner with full frequency display offers 6000 programmable memory channels. Being the first digital scanner certified in the Australian and New Zealand market this is ideal for both professionals or scanning enthusiasts. The UBCD396T with TrunkTracker IV™ Technology, offers APCO 25 digital capability, allowing users to monitor the activities and signals of city and government service departments, utilising advanced scanner technology in an all new compact handheld design. Uniden’s UBCD396T is poised to improve interoperability between large cities currently using the digital systems and those that still operate on analogue systems.

Offering the new Ground Breaking Technology “Close Call RF Capture Technology” this scanner automatically “Listens” for any nearby or “close” transmissions and once they occur the scanner immediately tunes in to this frequency which is ideal for use at events or locations when the transmission is unknown. The UBCD396T is a state-of-the-art scanner radio with TrunkTracker IV™ and automatic scanning capabilities. You can store frequencies such as police, fire/emergency, marine, air, amateur, and other communications into the scanner.

You can carry it with you wherever you go, use it at home as a base unit, or carry it in your vehicle as a mobile unit. You can use the scanner’s scroll control to quickly select channels and frequencies. You can also use the scanner’s scroll control to quickly select channels and frequencies, or similarly automatically program channels in a system using the Auto-Store feature.

Key Features
  • Designed and Engineered in Japan
  • Specially Certified for Australian and New Zealand Market
  • 6000 Channels
  • Ultra Compact Design: Convenient and ergonomic
  • Close Call™ RF Capture Technology: Allows you to immediately lock onto nearby transmissions. If someone transmits nearby the scanner immediately detects and tunes in to the transmission. Ideal for use at events when the frequency being used is unknown
  • TrunkTracker IV (Motorola APCO 25 Digital, Motorola, EDACS, LTR)
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  • PC Control/Programming (Software Included)
  • Includes 1 X AC Adaptor and 3 X Ni-MH Rechargeable Batteries
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  • Internal Speaker: 8ohm.1W
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