Uniden BCD325P2 Handheld TrunkTracker V Scanner
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- Follows communications on apco 25, Phase 1, Phase 2, x2-tdma, Motorola, edacs & ltr trunked systems
- Advanced dynamic memory system
- Close call RF capture Technology instantly tunes to signals from nearby transmitters
- Gaps Compatibility
- 25,000 dynamically allocated channels
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BCD325P2 Handheld TrunkTracker V scanner
The BCD325P2 comes equipped with Uniden exclusive features like Advanced Dynamic Memory System, Close Call RF Capture Technology, and GPS compatibility. It also includes support for the latest APCO Project 25 Phase II systems.
Follows communications on APCO 25 Phase 1, Phase 2, X2-TDMA, Motorola, EDACS and LTR trunked systems.
25000 Dynamically Allocated Channels
Room for all your local systems and more.
Close Call RF Capture Technology
Instantly tunes to signals from nearby transmitters.
|Conventional||Analog Trunking||Digital Trunking||Databse (Digital)|
|Use For||Gifts, Amateur Radio, Rural Public Safety, Air Band, Auto Races, Military Air Shows, Marine, Railroad||Everything to the left, plus, Analog Public Safety, Technical user in areas w/o digital trunking systems||Everything to the left, plus, Analog Public Safety, Technical user in areas w/o digital trunking systems||Digital Public Safety Program by Zip Code|
- Size (LWH): 10 inches, 1 inches, 2 inches
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The uniden trunk tracker V handheld scanner makes it easy to tune in to the world around you. Featuring a dynamic memory system and infrared technology, this powerful device can turn your car into a safe space to keep track of weather and local events. With 25,000 channels and location-based scanning, this precision instrument is ideal for thorough and accurate scanning.
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The only issue I have with it is the receiver. It works very well in a quiet RF environment, but gets wiped out near cellular base stations. This happens on both digital and analog. I live less than a block away from a cell tower, and had to hunt for a spot that it will receive the control channel. I have not had any issues with lsm distortion, as i live 2 miles away from the main site.
I am happy with the unit, and would recommend it to anyone.
The display is a standard size but the font is Big and Bold thick letters which you can easily see from a few feet away. The backlight is orange only but really, it is the best display you could ask for. The other BCD 436HP scanner display you can't read good from a few feet away, Any of you past 40? You can program this model a bit easier (by hand) if you want to, you Do Not get free software with it, but can use other vendors software. I tried to program it with the USB cable in Win7 and it works, but you have to download the specific driver for it from the Uniden site and set this up in your Windows Control Panel/Device Manager/Add Driver install screen. It is a bit confusing at first, you won't "see the file" to add at all. And you still need the programming software to get the channel frequencies into this.
As far as reception, the digital P-25 (Starcom21 my area) sites are incredible, it receives just as good as the BCD436HP, I would say it equals or exceeds the BCD436HP in digital reception of phase 1 in terms of signal strength and actual voice quality at the speaker. It receives digital signals like an upgraded version of the 396XT, which has ears like the NSA. VHF/UHF reception is about the same as the rest of my scanners. I used the stock antenna and it works fine for me, but the RS 800 mhz will give you optimal digital signals. You don't get backlit buttons on this unit and it uses only 2 AA batteries, which give me about 6-8 hrs with 2400 NiMH. It is a Handy size scanner.
The BCD325P2 also has a true Band Scope function which acts like a mini spectrum analyzer for checking signal strength of an individual frequency or a frequency area, very useful for "graphically seeing" how much trunking signal that you're receiving at the scanner. With digital scanners, this is gold, as moving the scanner just an inch or two will be like going from full signal to no signal with the stock antenna. Where'd my signal go? Run the Band Scope and see it disappear and come right back as you move the scanner a whole two inches on the table. Now you can see signals like the engineers do and find the best place to set your scanner. A wonderful feature for the hard core scanner fans.
The BCD325P2 is a digital scanner with P-25 (Phase 1 & Phase 2) that receives digital signals incredibly well. It offers a ton of features for the size and a Great Display. While digital scanners nowadays are not easy to setup, I find this one less challenging than the BCD436HP. This is a more "user friendly" digital scanner with really good "ears" for hearing digital P-25 stuff.
If you need a Phase 2 P25 handheld scanner this one is a winner.
it likes AA batteries so if you don't have a charger and more batteries I'd purchase some also.
you know uniden comes so close to making great stuff but they need to take it up a notch....the USB connector is a mini USB....a mini? not micro like every thing esle has been for the last ten years !! and you can't charge it while listening, you have to turn off the radio to charge the batteries?!?! is it 1998?? and the manual they provide is for serious scan buffs, I am not a scan nerd so the manual gave me a headache !
great portable scanner that I'd recommed.