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===Keys===
 
===Keys===
 
* Group Quick Key range: 0-9
 
* Group Quick Key range: 0-9
* 3 Quick-Access Search Keys
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* 3 [http://new.marksscanners.com/346XT/346xt.shtml#search%20key Quick-Access Search Keys]
 
* Startup Keys: 10
 
* Startup Keys: 10
 
* System Quick Key range: 0-99
 
* System Quick Key range: 0-99
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* [[Broadcast Screen]] while searching (TV and radio station frequencies, pagers, etc) '''with 10 custom bands'''
 
* [[Broadcast Screen]] while searching (TV and radio station frequencies, pagers, etc) '''with 10 custom bands'''
 
* [[Uniden Close Call|Close Call]], with [[Uniden Close Call#Close Call Do Not Disturb|Close Call Do Not Disturb]], [[Uniden Close Call#Close Call Priority|Close Call Priority (or Primary)]], and [[Uniden Close Call#Close Call Temporary Store|Close Call Temporary Store]]
 
* [[Uniden Close Call|Close Call]], with [[Uniden Close Call#Close Call Do Not Disturb|Close Call Do Not Disturb]], [[Uniden Close Call#Close Call Priority|Close Call Priority (or Primary)]], and [[Uniden Close Call#Close Call Temporary Store|Close Call Temporary Store]]
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* [[Control Channel Only]]
 
* Custom Search — lets you program up to 10 search ranges
 
* Custom Search — lets you program up to 10 search ranges
 
* [[DCS]]/[[CTCSS]] [[Automatic_CTCSS_identification|Rapid Decode]]
 
* [[DCS]]/[[CTCSS]] [[Automatic_CTCSS_identification|Rapid Decode]]
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* [[Intermediate Frequency Exchange]] - changes the IF used for a selected frequency to help avoid image and other mixer-product interference on a frequency.
 
* [[Intermediate Frequency Exchange]] - changes the IF used for a selected frequency to help avoid image and other mixer-product interference on a frequency.
 
* [[Location Based Scanning]], location alerts, and crows-flight navigation
 
* [[Location Based Scanning]], location alerts, and crows-flight navigation
**[[Uniden Scanner GPS Features#Compatible_GPS_receivers|Compatible GPS Receivers]]
 
 
* [[Uniden Multi-Site Trunking|Multi-Site]] support
 
* [[Uniden Multi-Site Trunking|Multi-Site]] support
 
* [[Negative Channel dropout delay]] (forced resume) adjustable to 0-2,5,10,30, -2, -5, -10 seconds
 
* [[Negative Channel dropout delay]] (forced resume) adjustable to 0-2,5,10,30, -2, -5, -10 seconds
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[[Image:346xt_4.jpg|right|thumb|Uniden bc346xt with the radio module removed.]]
 
[[Image:346xt_4.jpg|right|thumb|Uniden bc346xt with the radio module removed.]]
 
[[Image:346xt_05.jpg|right|thumb|Uniden bc346xt microcontroller close up.]]
 
[[Image:346xt_05.jpg|right|thumb|Uniden bc346xt microcontroller close up.]]
[[Image:346xt_06.jpg|right|thumb|Uniden bc246xt keypad and LCD side.]]
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[[Image:346xt_06.jpg|right|thumb|Uniden bc346xt keypad and LCD side.]]
  
 
==Related Pages==
 
==Related Pages==
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* [http://web.archive.org/web/20131128215606/http://www.grove-ent.com/SCANNERPROGRAMMING.htm Man-Machine Interface: Getting the Most from your New Uniden Scanner by Paul Opitz] a tutorial on programming and using a Uniden DMA based scanner
 
* [http://web.archive.org/web/20131128215606/http://www.grove-ent.com/SCANNERPROGRAMMING.htm Man-Machine Interface: Getting the Most from your New Uniden Scanner by Paul Opitz] a tutorial on programming and using a Uniden DMA based scanner
 
* [http://www.scannermaster.com/USB_Cable_p/01-551038.htm Uniden USB-1 page on Scanner Master]
 
* [http://www.scannermaster.com/USB_Cable_p/01-551038.htm Uniden USB-1 page on Scanner Master]
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* [http://unidensupport.com/Find-Your-Product/Scanners/BCD346XT Uniden Support BCD346XT Support page]
  
 
; Wiki Articles
 
; Wiki Articles

Latest revision as of 12:46, 24 June 2021

Uniden's Analog Trunktracker scanner with Dynamic Memory Architecture. This is a TrunkTracker III with Motorola Control Channel Only trunking and I-Call monitoring. Released March 2009. Discontinued.

Bearcat BC346XT
FCC Filing Photo: Unit
FCC Filing Photo: Unit & Accessories

Specifications

Physical

  • Battery level display
  • Compatible with BC-RH96 Remote Head
  • LCD and Keypad Backlight
  • Signal Strength display
  • SMA Antenna Connector (Includes BNC to SMA adapter)
  • Strong signal attenuation

Keys

Technical

  • Channels: 9,000 maximum
  • Channel Number Tagging: 999
  • Channels per conventional system: 1000 maximum
  • Custom Search Ranges: 10
  • Groups per system: 20 maximum
  • PC Programming and Control
  • Preprogrammed Service Search Bands: 11
  • Scan Rate: 100 channels per second (conventional mode)
  • 11 Service Searches - Public Safety, News, HAM Radio, Marine, Railroad, Air, CB Radio, FRS/GMRS, Racing, FM Broadcast, and Special (Itinerant)
  • Supported step sizes: 5, 6.25, 7.5, 8.33, 10, 12.5,15, 20, 25, 50 or 100 kHz
  • Systems: 500 maximum
  • System Number Tagging: 999
  • Talkgroups per trunked system: 500 maximum
  • 500 (250 Temporary + 250 Permanent) Search Lockouts
  • 16 character text tagging for each system, site, group, channel, talkgroup, search range, location, Tone-out, and SAME group

Frequency Coverage

  • 25.0000 - 224.9800 MHz
  • 400.0000 - 512.0000 MHz
  • 806.0000 - 823.9875 MHz
  • 849.0125 - 868.9875 MHz
  • 894.0125 - 960.0000 MHz
  • 1240.0000 - 1300.0000 MHz

Power

Features

Improvements over the BC246T

RR System Compatibility

This scanner is compatible with the following Trunking System Types and System Voices used in the RadioReference Database, of course you must verify that the scanner will cover the appropriate frequency range:

  • System Types:
    • Motorola Type I
    • Motorola Type II
    • Motorola Type IIi Hybrid
    • Motorola Type II Smartnet
    • Motorola Type II Smartzone
    • Motorola Type II Smartzone Omnilink
    • Motorola Type II VOC
    • EDACS Standard (Wide)
    • EDACS Standard Networked
    • EDACS Narrowband (Narrow)
    • EDACS Narrowband Networked
    • EDACS SCAT
    • EDACS ESK (not ProVoice)
    • LTR Standard
  • System Voices:
    • Analog

Preloaded Systems and their System Quick Keys

Press and hold 2,9, and Hold, power on the scanner to re-initialize the Memory and restore the Preloaded systems. When it asks do you wish to restore the preloaded systems press the E/Yes key. WARNING This will erase any personal programming you may have done to your DMA.

The preloaded system list for the BC346XT:

SQK System

  • 21 Atlanta GA
  • 22 Boston MA
  • 23 Charlotte NC
  • 24 Chicago IL
  • 25 Columbus OH
  • 26 Dallas TX
  • 27 Carrollton TX
  • 28 Garland TX
  • 29 Irving TX
  • 30 Lewisville TX
  • 31 Mesquite TX
  • 32 Richardson TX
  • 33 Fort Worth TX
  • 34 Arlington
  • 35 NE Tarrant TX
  • 36 Des Moines IA
  • 37 Flagstaff AZ
  • 38 Fresno CA
  • 39 Houston TX
  • 40 Iowa City IA
  • 41 Southeast Texas
  • 42 Kansas City MO
  • 43 Las Vegas NV-C
  • 44 LosAngelesCntyCA
  • 45 Miami FL
  • 46 MilwaukeeCntyWI
  • 47 New York NY
  • 48 Norfolk VA
  • 49 Newport News VA
  • 50 Pittsburgh PA
  • 51 Portland OR
  • 52 Prescott AZ
  • 53 Nevada Shared
  • 54 Sacramento CA
  • 55 San Diego CA
  • 56 Seattle WA
  • 57 Tucson AZ
  • 58 OklahomaStatewid
  • 59 Wichita KS
Uniden bc346xt with the rear cover removed.
Uniden bc346xt with the radio module removed.
Uniden bc346xt microcontroller close up.
Uniden bc346xt keypad and LCD side.

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