Radio Scanners - Uniden / Whistler

Radio Scanners - Uniden / Whistler

The purpose of this group is for discussing scanner and scanner frequencies, such as police, fire, rail, and aviation!  Mods, Modification and hacks.

Scanner radio and software based reception of military communications, HF, VHF, UHF, satcom frequencies, callsigns. ADSB logs need to be accompanied with frequency info, or in response to frequency info. 

NO selling of commercial products !

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This is a moderated Group. Please keep posts civil and on topic. (Any discussion of the RPi is welcome) Please provide a Ham Callsign when joining,if you have one .. It is not a requirement.  We Encourage you to consider a Ham License, there is a whole other world out there waiting for you. 

The rules are simple. Treat others with respect at all times. Like you would want to be treated by your peers. No commercial sales or promotions are allowed. If you have a personal radio for sale it's OK to post an announcement, but take negotiations off-list please. Any software posted in the "Files" area of the group must be in the public domain without distribution restrictions.

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All are welcome.

Radio Scanners
Radio Scanners [Whistler, Uniden]

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Uniden: BC296D, BC796D, BCD396T, BCD996T, BCD436HP, BCD536HP, SDS100, SDS200, HomePatrol, HomePatrol II, BC250D, BC785D, BCT15, BCD996XT, 396XT, 996P2 & 325P2, BC75XLT, BC125AT,
Whistler: WS1040, WS1065, WS1080, WS1088, WS1095, WS1098, TRX1, TRX2, 
GRE: PSR-500, PSR-600
Radio Shack: Pro-106, Pro-197, Pro-668
Uniden BCD436HP, Uniden SR30C Bearcat, Uniden Home Patrol Handheld, Uniden BCT15X, BearTracker Mobile, Uniden Digital TT, Whistler WS1065 Desktop, Whistler WS1080 Handheld Digital, Uniden Home Patrol II, Uniden SDS100, Whistler TRX-2, Uniden SDS200
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Uniden Scanners, Handheld Scanners, Digital Scanners with DMR, Digital Scanners with MOTOTRBO, Digital Scanners with NXDN, Digital Scanners with ProVoice, Rebanding Supported Scanners, Radio Models, Analog Trunktrackers

Scanner radio and software based reception of military communications, HF, VHF, UHF, satcom frequencies, callsigns. SDS200 scanner discussion group, 

User Interface for DSD+. - discuss DSD and SDR Software Defined Radios and equipment.

Radio Scanners
Radio Scanners [Whistler, Uniden]

[Scanners/Uniden/Whistler] has frequencies for scanner's radios and software based reception of military communications, HF, VHF, UHF, satcom frequencies, callsigns. ADSB logs need to be accompanied with frequency info, or in response to frequency info. 

[Scanners/Uniden/Whistler] groupsio -  is for postings related to all communications monitored on scanner radios and other receivers. These communications may be Police and Fire Dept traffic, Ship, Marine Patrol and Coast Guard traffic, Aircraft, Airliner and Air Traffic Control comms, Railroad comms, Business and Commercial comms, Federal and State Government Agency comms, Military and Homeland Security radio comms, Ham Radio (Amateur Radio), MARS and Civil Air Patrol Comms, GMRS comms, Parade, Events and Sports comms, Hurricane, Weather, Disaster, Crime Scene and Fireground comms, Presidential Visit comms, or other comms monitored at listening posts. The receptions include VHF, UHF, HF and MilSatCom comms, analog as well as digital. Loggings are limited to those which can be heard in North America. Postings of frequency and callsign lists are welcome, as well as information on scanning radios, HF receivers, antennas, radio modifications, amplifiers, filters and other radio equipment. Information on Trunked Radio Systems including Talk Group listings and Control Channel identifications are welcome. Postings are also welcome on FCC issues and rulings, changes in frequency allocations, frequency spectrum, propagation conditions, etc

A place where rail enthusiasts, professional railroaders and communications hobbyists discuss all aspects of railroad communications, past, present and future. These include commercial radios used by railroads, scanners used by railfans, FRS, GMRS, MURS, Amateur / ham radios and GPS when used as railfanning tools. Members also discuss how they use their favorite radios, ask installation questions or seek help selecting the best radio accessories such as coax, antennas, computer control interfaces and programming software. Do you have a question as to what some of the terminology or "jargon" spoken on the rail channels might mean? Many of our enthusiastic list members are professional railroaders from all over North America and are happy to help. We also welcome railroad radio communications news from your hometown such as changes to frequencies, dispatchers jurisdiction, defect detectors, PTC, ATCS, and use of NXDN digital modes. We welcome links to other railroad communications related news from the the mainstream media and other radio and railroad discussion groups. RailScan members also have access to our members-only "RailScan USA Frequency database" where you can add your favorite local frequencies and view other members entries by state, railroad, frequency or usage. If you are an Amateur Radio operator you can also enter your info in the "RailHam Directory".


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