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other than as described in this manual could invalidate your warranty and ... Thank you for purchasing a Uniden BC125AT Handheld Scanner. The scanner ... without tedious and complicated programming. The scanner gives you direct access to over 40,000 exciting frequencies. Use your scanner to monitor: • Police. • Fire/ ...
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Most radio scanners these days have software that you can program from your PC etc, You will also need a cable, if not supplied. Check at the Uniden website. However you should be able to program it manually. Again the instructions that came with it? should tell you how.
Normally a scanner can be programed to scan between two frequencies ie 144 to 146 for the 2mtr amateur band etc
or you can program channels.
for Windows is an 'All in One' computer program to take control of your Police
Scanner or Shortwave Receiver. Scancat supports all radios within one program.
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No. The BC72XLT does not have a data port and it does not support any type of programming software. For complete specifications and programming instructions you can download and print the operating manual here:
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Sorry, but there is absolutely no way to cover programming of such a sophisticated scanner in this forum. If you need the manual for reference you can download/print by following the link below. Your best bet, outside of the manual, is to join a scanner group in your area, or purchase scanning software such as the ARC996 from BuTel (http://www.butel.nl/) and download/program using the services of RadioReference.com. RadioReference is also the best source for active frequencies and trunking systems in your area.
You have to go to a Uniden dealer. They have the software, and the cables to reprogram the radio. You could buy the software and cables yourself if Uniden has them for sale. I bought 2 Yaesu FT-2800M's with the programming software and CAT cable (the software and cable cost $30) and found it a delightful and easy way to program the radios.