BCD436HP uniden

| noviembre 17, 2013

Uniden BCD436HP Uniden BCD436HP

The BCD436HP is the first scanner to incorporate the HomePatrol-1′s ease of use in a traditional handheld scanner. Simply enter your zip code, and the BCD436HP will quickly select and scan channels in your local area. Here is a quick rundown of the BCD436HP’s major features.

- 4 Gigabyte microSD card holds the entire USA and Canada database of radio systems, plus leaves room for hundreds of hours of audio recording.

- Programmable Alert LED lets you set a specific color to alert you when a channel becomes active.

- TrunkTracker V with support for APCO Project 25 Phase I and Phase II, X2-TDMA, Motorola, EDACS, and LTR Trunked Radio Systems

- Quick Key access to 100 Favorites Lists, 100 Systems per Favorites List, and 100 Departments per System.

- Discovery Modes help you find new channels on trunked systems and frequency ranges.

- Analysis Modes include Band Scope, RF Power Plot, Trunked System Analysis, and EDACS/LTR LCN Finder.

- Flexible Easy Channel Selection using Zip Code or GPS and Service Types — just pick the kinds of channels you want to hear and tell the BCD436HP where you are and let it do the rest.

- Easy Scan Control using the dedicated System, Department and Channel Hold buttons.

- Complete Front-Panel Programmability — create custom Favorites Lists either using systems from the main database as a starting point or program your systems from scratch.

- Temporary Avoid lets you quickly silence unwanted systems, departments, or channels while allowing you to restore them by cycling power.

- Backlight-on-Squelch option allows the backlight to remain on during an entire transmission.

- Date/Time indication on display with time stamping for recordings.

- Trunked and Conventional Channel Priority with Priority Do-Not-Disturb

- Close Call® RF Capture with Do-Not-Disturb automatically tunes the scanner to nearby transmissions without interrupting reception in progress.

- NOAA Weather Alert with SAME

- Two-Tone Paging with up to 32 tone slots

- Flexible Scanning — scan from any combination of the main database and Favorites Lists

- Included Sentinel Software makes database and firmware updates simple. Also allows you to create, edit, and manage your Favorites Lists.

- USB PC Connectivity – Serial GPS input for location-based scanning using the Uniden GC-GPSK or other compatible GPS receiver.

- 3 AA Battery Operation provides up to 8 hours of operation.

- SMA-type antenna.

- 192 x 160-Pixel Dot-Matrix Display

- Select/Volume/Squelch multi-control

- Side-actuated Function and Menu controls

- Backlit Display and Keypad

- Rotating Belt Clip

- Rugged construction with Rubber Side and Bottom Impact areas to improve impact resistance.

- Printed manual in the box with online updates.

Available January, 2014

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