- Rated 5 stars
- Uniden Bearcat 500
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Summary: They can be more complicated to begin with but once you harness the power of the Uniden BC125AT you’ll not be let down.
- Each of 500ch Can be Assigned an AlphaNumeric Name!
- Includes Both Civil & Military Aircraft Bands!
- Close-Call RF Frequency Counter capture mode, CTCSS & DCS ( PL & DPL)!
- 10 Banks, Optional PC Programming w/ Included USB Cable & Free Software Available OnLine!
- Built-In Auto Service Searches – Police, Fire, Ham, Marine, Air, RailRoads, & more!
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When it comes to powerful feature rich radio scanners yet simple to use Uniden have it all. The brand has managed to place themselves strategically in the market by offering feature rich, easy to use devices.
They can be more complicated to begin with but once you harness the power of the Uniden BC125AT you’ll not be let down.
This device comes with the ability to add 500 channels and assigning each one with an alphanumeric name. For local transmissions this is so easy due to theClose Call® RF capture technology which quickly picks up local frequencies.
Plus even though it’s a small, elegant and compact design it can still tune into over 40,000 frequencies.
It will even tune into military transimissions then you just easily store everything in any of its 500ch storage system.
The Do Not Disturb mode helps to ensure you keep the frequency clear when searching for new channels.
You can set weather reports with its pre-set channels and it comes with many pre-set channels for police, military, railroad, fire & emergency and more.
It’s priced very well for what it can do and is sure to keep you happy. Small, compact, ligthweight yet feature rich this device could be the one you’ve been looking for.
- Easy to use features
- Automated local channel scanning
- Small, lightweight and elegant
- Free programming software included
- Extremely well priced
- May need to purchase a suitable programming cable
- Rich feature set can be confusing
- No battery indicator