Question about Uniden BC350 Base Scanner
Suspect you live in a metropolitan area and your antenna is too good. You are experiencing RF overload into your scanner on certain bands. All I can suggest is some sort of band pass filters or a better scanner.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the first thing that you will want to do is to go on line to www.uniden.com and then from there look for scanners then look for your model number and you will see the section that refers to manuals you will be able to print it out if you have to and if not you will be given a telephone number that you can call to order a manual that will help you set up your scanner . ok hope that this helped out.
best regards mike
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
You can no longer listen to cell phones with police scanners as all cell phones are now digital. Years ago when cell phones were using the 800mhz band it was possible. But only with select older models of scanners such as the BC-200XLT and after an internal modification to allow tuning of 860-880 mhz range. I do believe there is equipment out there that can listen to digital cell phones but its very expensive ($10,000) and only for law enforcement use. Hope this answers your question.
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
I had a scanner with 800mhz .. programed it to scan from 900.000
to 800.000 .. between those freqs. ..found several calls ... from cell phones .. but that was not what I was looking for ... I just ran into it by accident.
Police Officers ...from all agencies .. monitor cell phones .. all the time so if it illegal for citizens to do it , it should be for them also but I under the impression judges turn a blind eye to that fact.
Posted on Feb 24, 2010
Make sure you have fresh batteries,turn on the unit,press manual,enter the channel number,press manual,enter the frequency you want,press E enter,if you make a mistake, press CLR to erase. Get the frequency,s for your state at RadioFreq.com. ..hope this helps..
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
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