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Uniden BCD536HP Digital Phase 2 Base/Mobile Scanner with HPDB and Wi-Fi

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BCD536HP
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  • Favorites List, System, and Department/Site Quick Keys
  • Enhanced dynamic memory with narrowband reception and location-based scanning
  • Preemptive trunking priority and multi-site system support
  • S.A.M.E weather alert with USA/Canada radio database and fire tone-out alert
  • Close Call RF capture with 4GB of memory
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Style: BCD536HP | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
  • Brand Name: Uniden
  • Model Number: BCD536HP
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Width: 3.23 inches
  • Display Height: 8.50 inches
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Style: BCD536HP | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging

The BCD536HP continues Uniden's tradition of leading innovation. HomePatrol Programming makes it the easiest-to-program mobile professional scanner we've ever made. Plus, the Wi-Fi feature lets you use the exclusive Uniden Siren App on your smartphone or tablet to access your scanner from anywhere in your home or vehicle (App release coming soon!). The LCD backlit keypad elluminates the keys and screen helps you make favorite lists quick and easy to setup. The department/site Quick Keys makes for a quick call or tagging the system/channel number. There are five different frequencies that are covered with the BCD536HP (25-512 MHz, 758-824 MHz, 849-869 MHz, 894-960 MHz, 1240-1300 MHz). Other features: TrunkTracker V, APCO 25 phase I and phase II, X2-TDMA, CTCSS/DCS rapid decoding, P25 NAC decoding and simple-to-use Sentinel PC software to keep your scanner's database and firmware up to date.

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Style: BCD536HP | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
Technical Details
Item Weight6 pounds
Product Dimensions12.8 x 3.2 x 8.5 inches
Item model numberBCD536HP
WarrantyONE YEAR
Height (inches)8.50 inches
Width (inches)3.23 inches
Weight13.9 Pounds
  
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ASINB00HZOW5K2
Shipping Weight6.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableJanuary 22, 2014
  
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109 of 113 people found the following review helpful By MT in Texas on January 10, 2013
Style Name: BCD996XTPackage Type: Standard Packaging Verified Purchase
I'm a newbie, so this is written from that point of view to help anyone who may have also never owned a scanner. Forgive the length but I've tried to include things I wasn't sure about when I was shopping.

First, I suggest going back to read some of the early reviews. Those are what I read during the summer of 2012 when I was shopping. After playing with the iPhone scanner radio apps, I thought it'd be fun to have a "real" one that gives you control and that allows you to hear ALL the local law enforcement and EMS channels.

From what I've read in these reviews and on scanner forums, those who have no experience (like me) as well as those who have decades of experience with many scanners, all can get frustrated with these advanced, programmable radios. The most valuable thing I can say here is this: Be patient. As mentioned in an earlier review, this model is not plug-and-play.

No, the manual isn't the most user-friendly read. No, there are few computers today with serial ports. But there are solutions.

There is much help online for navigating this thing that will help you get started regardless of the manual. I believe others have mentioned this website: radioreference.com. It's a world of help. You've got info on local frequencies, an overview of different makes and models, forums with experienced people who are willing to answer questions and even help with going into Windows to troubleshoot cases of your computer and scanner not communicating. Before I ordered the radio, I took a few days and read through quite a bit of that website. Doing that prepared me more than anything else for when I eventually took it out of the box.

I'm sure there are other sites out there...this just seems to be the one that comes up most often.
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217 of 233 people found the following review helpful By SP3204 VINE VOICE on May 12, 2011
Style Name: BCD996XTPackage Type: Standard Packaging Verified Purchase
This scanner is the top of the line for scanning enthusiasts. It is, hands-down, the best scanner ever made. That's a pretty big compliment, I know. But in more than 40 years of "monitoring", this is the most usable, flexible and featured radio I have ever had. It includes digital (P25) capability.

However - if you are expecting instant results or plug-and-play operation, this is not for you. This radio has a learning curve and is truly a hobbyist radio. Having said that, if you are willing to invest the time in learning how the radio works, you will be rewarded with an excellent and enjoyable experience.

For folks new to the hobby, or those who just want to listen to things without programming and details - get Uniden's Home Patrol. It's as simple as putting in your zip code - and you'll be listening. For the BCD996XT (and its handheld relative, the BCD396XT), it will require programming, using the included cable to connect to a computer. You will have to get the software for it - which ranges from Freescan (absolutely free) or Proscan and other paid-for programs. You will also need a source of information - RadioReference.com is the best place to get it.

Once you do get the programming down, it's a joy to operate and listen to. One of the limitations modern scanners used to have was bank and channel - everything had to fit in the "blocks" of channels. The DMA (Direct Memory Access) architechture blows those limitations away. Once you have the concept of "systems" and "groups" down, it makes scanning ridiculously flexible. The downside is that you can have so much programmed in your radio that you need a printed guide to remember what is where for the less used things (and the software allows you to print those guides).
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133 of 142 people found the following review helpful By Expressed Reviews TOP 500 REVIEWER on February 14, 2013
Style Name: BC345CRSProduct Packaging: Standard Packaging
Through the years, I've owned a variety of radio scanners, mostly those manufactured by Radio Shack. I also own a hand-held Uniden scanner, so I know that they build a quality product.

This particular scanner offers a lot of bang for the buck. Although I've only used it for a short period of time, so far it's performed flawlessly. I find the service search and weather scan to be extremely useful.

This is a feature filled scanner that will satisfy most, however if you're purchasing a scanner for the first time, in order to get the most out of this unit, you'll need to read the instruction manual thoroughly. This is a conventional scanner, so you won't be able to access some of the channels that are available on more expensive units, however for the price paid and for the average user, this will not be an issue. This unit does not have 800 MHz and dual or triple trunking, a feature that can be very useful, especially for professionals. On the other hand, for the average, but experienced user it's great. Although I can't imagine ever storing up to 500 channels, this has the ability to do so. You do this by storing blocks of 50 channels over 10 banks.

The service search and weather scan are especially useful, as is the ability to pick up all of the audio from your local TV stations. It's especially interesting for me to scan the police bands, than tune to a local TV station to find them reporting on the transmission that I had been listening to earlier in the day. Obviously, this has to be a fairly major police event, but nonetheless it's interesting on the rare occasion when it occurs.

This radio does an excellent job of keeping you right on top of the latest police, fire, public safety, weather transmissions, etc.
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