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5Re: [BC346XT] Re: Uniden Announces BCD396XT and BC346XT Handheld Scanners

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  • Paul Opitz
    Sep 29, 2008
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      These are the features that are added to the BC246T. GPS support is included (as mentioned in the announcement) as is control channel data output w/o tap.



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      From: shaft_2k3 <shaft_2k3@...>
      To: BC346XT@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Monday, September 29, 2008 10:45:55 AM
      Subject: [BC346XT] Re: Uniden Announces BCD396XT and BC346XT Handheld Scanners


      Are these all the features for the new 396, or just some of the big
      features? On another forum, someone mentioned if radio ID's would be
      available, also what about a discriminator tap, or perhaps GPS
      support?

      <snip>
      >

      > The BCD396XT will provide the same enhancements to Uniden's Trunk
      > Tracker IV flagship handheld platform. In addition, this new model
      adds:
      >
      > � Trunk Tracker IV � follows trunked traffic on APCO 25,
      > Motorola, LTR, and EDACS systems (including EDACS systems using
      ESK)
      >
      > � 25,000 total channels
      >
      > � NAC Decoding � allows specific agencies to be monitored
      > on P25 conventional channels
      >
      > � P25 One-Channel Trunking � supports P25 conventional
      > systems that include both NAC and TGID access control on a single
      > frequency
      >
      > � Automatic P25 Threshold � fully automates the
      > optimization of P25 reception
      >
      > � Multicolor Display Backlight � allows the selection of
      > backlight color to meet the user's own aesthetic taste
      >
      > � Visual Alert Notification � lets alerts be assigned to
      > specific display colors, flash patterns, audible tones, and volume
      > levels.
      >
      > Both models are expected to be released in early 2009 at prices
      > comparable to the models being replaced.
      >
      >
      >
      > * These models are still under development, so all features are
      subject
      > to modification or removal based on actual development and testing
      > results. No statement in this press release should be considered
      as a
      > promise to deliver or guarantee of performance.
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
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      >



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