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This was a first generation Motorola Trunk Tracking scanner built by Uniden for Radio Shack and branded as a Radio Shack product. It is functionally identical to the Uniden BC235XLT model.

One of the few RS scanners that scan 100 ch/sec. and the only (trunking) one with a battery pack. There was a Pro-90"A" released in 2000 with the additional Motorola disconnect tone feature, and a global attenuator switch.

General Specifications


  • Can be updated to support Rebanding? NO
  • 10 banks of 30 channel each, total 300 channels
  • 100 channels per sec. scan rate
  • 29-54, 108-174, 406-512, 806-956MHz range
  • 5, 12.5, 25kHz steps
  • Motorola 800 I/II/IIi - 1 trunking bank at a time
  • 5 lists, 10 IDs, 50 per bank; 500 IDs total
  • ID delay
  • AM, FM
  • 10 priority channels
  • Data skip
  • No digital audio capability
  • Battery pack

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
  • System Voices:
    • Analog

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