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* Recording / playback of objects or all received audio
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* Recording / playback of objects or all received audio at a set volume unchanged by the volume control.
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** Audio codec is AU format and is time/date stamped at the header file of the audio sample.
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** Additional information such as frequency, TGID, etc. can be see using the included software.
 
* Clock display while "off" (and connected to external power)
 
* Clock display while "off" (and connected to external power)
 
* Auto power-on ("alarm clock")
 
* Auto power-on ("alarm clock")
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* Power-on password
 
* Power-on password
 
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Object_oriented Object oriented memory management]. See the [[Object Oriented Scanning Described]] article for more information.
 
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Object_oriented Object oriented memory management]. See the [[Object Oriented Scanning Described]] article for more information.
* Built in IF discriminator data output can be enabled to the headphone jack
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* Built in IF discriminator data output can be enabled to the headphone jack and can be used with [http://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/Unitrunker UniTrunker], [http://groups.yahoo.com/group/TRUNK88 Trunk88], and [http://www.thebriarpatch.org/treport/ Treport] decoders.
 
* Built in discriminator data output in simple ASCII output using the PC/IF port or microSD card
 
* Built in discriminator data output in simple ASCII output using the PC/IF port or microSD card
 
* Tri-color alert LED - Object programmable; eight factory default colors to any color / brilliance you want by having direct access to the R-G-B drive values (including flash) to assign to talkgroups, frequencies, agencies, etc. Example settings are shown in the owners manual.
 
* Tri-color alert LED - Object programmable; eight factory default colors to any color / brilliance you want by having direct access to the R-G-B drive values (including flash) to assign to talkgroups, frequencies, agencies, etc. Example settings are shown in the owners manual.

Revision as of 14:10, 4 February 2011

GRE COM PSR-800 scanning receiver

PSR-800

The PSR-800 is manufactured by GRE in China.

General Specifications


Frequency Coverage
Freq. Step Mode (Default)
25.0000 − 26.9600 MHz 10 kHz AM
26.9650 − 27.4050 MHz 10 kHz AM
27.4100 − 29.5050 MHz 5 kHz AM
29.5100 − 29.7000 MHz 5 kHz FM
29.7100 − 49.8300 MHz 10 kHz FM
49.8350 − 54.0000 MHz 5 kHz FM
108.000 − 136.9916 MHz 8.33 kHz AM
137.000 − 137.995 MHz 5 kHz FM
138.000 − 143.9875 MHz 12.5 kHz AM
144.000 − 147.9950 MHz 5 kHz FM
148.000 − 150.7875 MHz 12.5 kHz FM
150.800 − 150.8450 MHz 5 kHz FM
150.8525 − 154.4975 MHz 7.5 kHz FM
154.5150 − 154.6400 MHz 5 kHz FM
154.6500 − 156.2550 MHz 7.5 kHz FM
156.2750 − 157.4500 MHz 25 kHz FM
157.4700 − 161.5725 MHz 7.5 kHz FM
161.6000 − 161.9750 MHz 5 kHz FM
162.0000 − 174.0000 MHz 12.5 kHz FM
216.0025 − 219.9975 MHz 5 kHz FM
220.0000 − 224.9950 MHz 5 kHz FM
225.0000 − 379.999375 MHz 6.25 kHz AM
380.0000 − 419.987500 MHz 12.5 kHz FM
420.0000 − 450.000000 MHz 5 kHz FM
450.00625 − 469.99375 MHz 6.25 kHz FM
470.00000 − 512.00000 MHz 6.25 kHz FM
764.00000 − 781.996875 MHz 3.125 kHz FM
791.00000 − 796.996875 MHz 3.125 kHz FM
806.00000 − 823.987500 MHz 12.5 kHz FM
849.00000 − 868.987500 MHz 12.5 kHz FM
894.00000 − 939.987500 MHz 12.5 kHz FM
940.00000 − 960.000000 MHz 6.25 kHz FM
1240.0000 − 1300.00000 MHz 6.25 kHz FM
137.0000 − 174.0000 MHz 5 kHz FM (Canada)
380.00000 − 512.00000 MHz 12.5 kHz FM (Canada)
  • Recording / playback of objects or all received audio at a set volume unchanged by the volume control.
    • Audio codec is AU format and is time/date stamped at the header file of the audio sample.
    • Additional information such as frequency, TGID, etc. can be see using the included software.
  • Clock display while "off" (and connected to external power)
  • Auto power-on ("alarm clock")
  • Audio alert tones
  • Power-on password
  • Object oriented memory management. See the Object Oriented Scanning Described article for more information.
  • Built in IF discriminator data output can be enabled to the headphone jack and can be used with UniTrunker, Trunk88, and Treport decoders.
  • Built in discriminator data output in simple ASCII output using the PC/IF port or microSD card
  • Tri-color alert LED - Object programmable; eight factory default colors to any color / brilliance you want by having direct access to the R-G-B drive values (including flash) to assign to talkgroups, frequencies, agencies, etc. Example settings are shown in the owners manual.
    • LATCH option; the color of the last received object stays on until reset.
  • Motorola Smartzone systems
    • Scanner option to look for the site with the best received CC decode rate.

(Not the same as RSSI on the Motorola rigs, but similar in operation.)

  • Scan Set; create a scan list tailored to your favorite scan list settings.

One button operation to get to this set.

  • Spectrum Sweeper Near field frequency capture
  • Triple conversion
  • Virtual Scanner Memory Management system (Second generation); One copy of working memory can hold virtual numer objects, meaning any combination of talkgroups, conventional channels, and trunking systems. Each V-Scanner II folder holds one copy of working memory. Actual memeory size is determined by the size of the microSD card memory size used.
  • Preprogrammed with all systems currently in the Radioreference database with ability to update as needed or once a week.
  • Scan rate 70 CPS (without trunk scan)
  • Search speed 80 CPS
  • User defined service search and limit search
  • Default Option keys; return to default setting for any menu
  • Selectable digital AGC
  • Adaptive digital tracking (ADT)
  • Digital signal processing (DSP)
  • CTCSS/DCS abilities
  • Network Access Code can be programmed to only break squelch when receiving the correct NAC in a conventional P25 system.
  • 16-character alpha-tagging with text entry can show ID code or service name set per the users preference
  • L/O talkgroup ID or frequency
  • 2 second ID delay
  • UNSQUELCH Delay; Delay settings before the radio unmutes audio to speaker
  • Motorola Control Channel Only trunking
  • I-Calls, possibly displayed as decimal or hex
  • 700MHz and 380MHz Trunk Scanning
  • Easy-to-read back lit control and display with back lit keypad with user selectable settings
  • 7 service search ranges/ 1 user definable search range
  • Search "seek" feature
  • Tunes virtually all important bands—local marine, fire/police, Ham, CB, VHF-air, UHF-Air, racing, weather and more
  • Weather band with enhanced SAME Weather Alert functions and weather priority—access weather channels and alerts with the push of a button
  • Skywarn can be programmed with any number of "objects"
  • Zeromatic search tuning
  • 20 dB attenuator global and per object settings
  • True USB interface with logical device with Programming and recording features
  • 4 way navigation keys to access special modes and programming options emulating today's standard media player operation
  • 6 line x 16 character display with relative signal strength meter
  • Display of the Radio ID of the transmitting user in decimal or hex
  • BNC connector
  • Please see the Connecting scanners via USB article for USB cables to connect your PC to the scanner
  • Any microSD Card up to 32GB is supported, as long as it uses 512-byte blocks and is formatted correctly:
    • 2GB or smaller: FAT16, 32kB clusters
    • larger than 2GB: FAT32, 32kB clusters

Features found on the PSR-800 NOT included on the RadioShack Pro-18

These are the features that the PSR-800 has above the PRO-18:

  • Recording / playback
  • 200 scan lists (PRO-18 has 100 play lists)
  • Tri-color alert LED
  • Discriminator output
  • V-Scanner II
  • Scan Sets
  • Clock display while "off" (and connected to external power)
  • Auto power-on ("alarm clock")
  • "Extra" audio alert tones (PRO-18 has the 7 from PSR-500; PSR-800 has 8 more)
  • Power-on password

Database Hierarchy

  • The scanner has a menu-driven version of the RR DB's hierarchy:

Code: States

 Agencies
   Categories
     Subcategories
       Frequencies
 Counties / Independent Cities
   Agencies
     Categories
       Subcategories
         Frequencies
   Categories
     Subcategories
       Frequencies
   Systems
     Sites
     Talkgroup Categories
       Talkgroups
 Systems
   Sites
   Talkgroup Categories

Operating Tips

See the Object Oriented Scanning tips article for more information

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
    • EDACS Standard (Wide)
    • EDACS Standard Networked
    • EDACS Narrowband (Narrow)
    • EDACS Narrowband Networked
    • EDACS SCAT
    • LTR Standard
    • Project 25 Standard
  • System Voices:
    • Analog
    • Analog and APCO-25 Common Air Interface
    • APCO-25 Common Air Interface Exclusive

Included Accessories

  • Rubber Antenna
  • USB Cable
  • 2GB MicroSD Card (Inside The Scanner)
  • Rotatable Belt Clip
  • CD-Rom (EZ Scan Digital Software Utility Program)

Misc

  • USB 2.0 Compliant Interface Built In
  • 200 Scan Lists
  • 200 V-Folders

FCC Type Acceptance

GRE America Support

Owners Manual

  • A preliminary manual is available on the FCC site above.
  • The GRE support site will have the final manual when it's available.

Control and Monitoring Software

See the Object Oriented Scanner Software article for more information

Related Pages

Yahoo Groups and Mailing Lists (receiver support)


eBay Listings

  • Keep in mind this radio has not yet been released, anticipated release is expected mid to late February 2011.

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