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Welcome to the Programming Files article. A very common question, particularly for newcomers, is 'where can I get files for....?' Apart from the RR forums or the scanner-specific Yahoo groups (we have very detailed articles on most scanners and trunktrackers that includes this information), many people have websites where files can be found. In addition, there are some Yahoo groups that also have this information in their files area.
If a file has a .zip extension, it is compressed. Before it can be used, you must uncompress using a utility like WinZip.
The best use of these files is as a template. Frequency information can be out of date; becoming a paid subscriber will allow you to download information directly into some software packages from the RR database. Please see the linked article above for more information.
Additional links are encouraged. Please follow the format as shown and keep it in alphabetic order to allow folks to find things more easily. Yahoo groups for specific scanners should not be added here, as they already exist elsewhere on this wiki.
- ARCxxx = software from BuTel
- Control Freq Jr. = see the Freq of Nature website
- Win9x = software from Starrsoft
- UASD = Uniden Advanced System Director - available from the Uniden downloads area.
National or Multiple Regions Files
- BC246 UASD
- BCD396 UASD
Region Specific Files
Delaware, Maryland, Virginia
- ARC246 and/or ARC396
- BCD996 UASD
State Specific Files
- Control Freq Jr.
NOTE: You generally have to join the group to get access to the files area.
- BuTel Support
- Other Software Packages