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Re: can the GRECOM PSR255. be used to scan for aircraft...
Your radio is not capable of recieving air band frequencies. It will only receive 4 bands consisting of: 26 - 54 MHz; 68 - 88 MHz; 137 - 174 MHz and 380 - 512 Mhz.
The VHF airband uses the frequencies between 108 (just above commercial FM radio) and 137 MHZ (just below 2 meter Ham radio).
Amplitude Modulation ("AM") is the mode that transmissions are made. The lowest 10 MHz of the band, from 108-117.95 MHz, is split into 200
narrow-band channels of 50 kHz. These are reserved for navigational aids
such as VORbeacons, and precision approach systems such as ILS localizers
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No. It is programmed from the Factory on a chip. Preprogrammed. No software will change it, no hacks. Many Motorola radios like that too. It is two watts, Vhf of Uhf, you did not say. If your existing frequencies are Business Band and in the same frequency band (Vhf or Uhf) you can get it to match those.
Now if your wanting to scan one bank or your radio and the stored frequencies are still separated in different bands (banks) then just push the number on the keypad that you want to not scan. The number on your screen will show the banks that are active. Do this until only the bank you want to listen to is visible. To scan them again just press the corresponding number again.
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hi there, i guess your phone has a different GSM frequency band, this is the frequency band of middle east: GSM-900, GSM-1800 and EGSM/EGSM-900 This is the frequency band of Unite states GSM-850 and GSM-1900 This is why you don't have signals. thanks
Your scanner does not receive frequencies between 54 and 137 MHz, and there's nothing you can do to enable reception in that block. Your only option is to purchase a scanner with air band coverage. Here are the reception ranges of the BC-60XLT-1:
29.0-29.7 MHz 10 Meter Amateur Band 29.7-50 MHz VHF Low Band 50-54 MHz 6 Meter Amateur Band 137-144 MHz Military Land Mobile 144-148 MHz 2 Meter Amateur Band 148-174 MHz VHF High Band Above bands in 5 kHz steps 406-420 MHz Federal Government 420-450 MHz 70 cm Amateur Band 450-470 MHz UHF Standard Band 470-512 MHz UHF "T" Band Above bands in 12.5 kHz steps
Need the manual for your scanner? You can download and print it, at no cost, here: http://www.uniden.com/pdf/BC60XLT-1om.pdf
Bands are nothing more than frequency ranges. For example, 108 to 137 MHZ is commonly referred to as the "Aircraft Band," and you just program individual frequencies into the scanner. Some scanners have a band monitor capability, where you push a single button to search the air band, police band, etc. This is normally done by powering the scanner ON, and pressing the desired band key (on some you may need to press MANUAL or MAN before the band key). You didn't specify the model of your scanner, and I can't give you any more detail without it (You listed your question under the BC60XLT which is a a 10-channel scanner). If this info helps, great. If not, please get back to me with the model number and I'll go into more detail for you.
For a comprehensive database of active frequencies in your area, and a lot of other useful scanning information, visit:
it will automatically change to the band frequency that is being used by the sim card. There's no need to set it manually as long as your phone support that frequency. Be sure that in India there is a network provider the will work for your type of sim.
The Realistic PRO-2052 is an old (vintage) scanner receiver with fixed
AM and FM modes on the bands it cover, as specified by the U.S. band
allocation. The PRO-2020 covers only the VHF and UHF frequencies and
modes AM and FM is not user selectable. Frequencies can be programmed
into any of the 20 memory channels
U.S. Coverage: (varies from state to state and other countries. We
don't use 30-50 Mhz here in the Philippines for 2 way mobile
communications, except for cordless phones)
30-50 Mhz Lower VHF at FM narrowband only (covers mobile, emergencies, businesses, etc. and
108-136 Mhz Aircraft band at AM narrowband only
138-174 Mhz Amateur and Commercial band at FM narrowband only (2 meter band)
410-512 MHz Amateur and Commercial band at FM narrowband only (70 cm band)
If you're trying to select AM or FM for a specified frequency, I'm afraid you can't do that as it is not selectable.
If you are trying to program AM Broadcast frequencies (mediumwave (MW)
or FM Broadcast frequencies (FM radio stations), those were not covered
by your PRO-2020's microprocessor. Even if you modify your scanner to
receive those bands, you will not hear radio transmission properly
since the receiver do not decode FM wideband, which is the standard
mode for FM broadcast and Television band.
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