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BC246T

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BC246T


Uniden's analog-only portable Trunktracker scanner with Dynamic Memory Architecture.

Specifications

Limits

  • Channels: 1600 typical, 2500 maximum
  • Systems: 200 maximum
  • Groups per system: 20 maximum
  • Talkgroups per trunked system: 200 maximum
  • Scan Rate: 100 channels per second (conventional mode)
  • System Quick Key range: 0-9
  • Group Quick Key range: 0-9
  • Custom Search Ranges: 10
  • Preprogrammed Service Search Bands: 10

Frequency Coverage

  • 25-54 MHz
  • 108-174 MHz
  • 216-225 MHz
  • 400-512 MHz
  • 806-956 MHz
  • 1240-1300 MHz

Features

  • Rebanding supported? YES
  • TrunkTracker III with Control-Channel Only scanning and I-Call monitoring
  • Close Call
  • Supported step sizes: 5, 6.25, 7.5, 10, 12.5, 15, 20, 25, 50 or 100 kHz
  • DCS/CTCSS Rapid Decode
  • 16 character text tagging for each system, group, channel, talkgroup, search range, and SAME group
  • Quick Search
  • 10 Service Searches - public safety, news, amateur radio, marine, railroad, air, CB radio, FRS/GMRS, racing, and special (Itinerant)
  • Custom Search — lets you program up to 10 search ranges
  • SAME Weather Alert
  • Weather Priority
  • Priority Scan with Priority Plus
  • LCD Backlight
  • Configurable scan delay
  • Strong signal attenuation
  • Upgradeadable firmware
  • Channel Alert
  • Repeater Reverse
  • Frequency autostore and Talkgroup ID autostore
  • Pager Screen – ignores hits generated by common pager frequencies while using the Close Call or search features
  • Quick Recall – quickly navigates to a specific Channel by choosing the System, Group, and Channel.
  • Duplicate Input Alert
  • Data Skip
  • Key Lock
  • PC Programming and Control
  • Wired Cloning
  • Battery saver
  • PC Control - Includes a PC Cable So You Can Transfer Information into Your Scanner Using Your Computer
  • Power requirements: 2 AA batteries, 6V DC, or 500mA AC adapter
  • Antenna Connector: BNC

Modifications

Reviews and User Opinions

Related Pages

Supporting Software

TCL/TK Packages
Windows Packages

Yahoo Groups (software and receiver support)

Usage Tips

If you have a tip/trick, please contribute!

  • Don't forget that pushing down on the scroll knob is the same as pushing the "Yes"/"E" button.
  • Pressing the on/off button briefly will take you out of the menu system.

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