Feature Packed Scanner!
This SDS100 Digital Police Radio Scanner provides performance in even the most challenging environments. The SDS100 Digital Scanner performance is better than any other police scanner in both simulcast and weak-signal environments.
INCLUDED WITH YOUR SCANNER
Accessories included in the box are:
• AC Adapter
• USB Cable
• Hand Strap
• MicroSD Card (installed)
• Lithium Ion Battery Pack
• SMA-BNC Antenna Adapter
• SMA type Antenna
• Belt Clip
• Printed Material
And, of course, the BearTracker 885 is a full-featured CB Radio, too. It has 40-channel CB operation, 4-Watt RF power, a 7-color display, a SWR meter for precision antenna tuning, RF Gain, Mic Gain, PA mode, Talkback, and NOAA Weather with Alert. The ergonomic noise-cancelling microphone is designed to enhance your transmissions, even in the noisy environment of a tractor-trailer cab.
7.28" W x 2.2" H x 8.1" D
(without knobs and jacks)
(185 mm W x 56 mm H x 205 mm D)
* Cannot receive encrypted or some proprietary types of digital systems
** Some states restrict the use of scanners in vehicles. Please check your local state laws for any restrictions.
Note: Our goal is to not take longer than 3 weeks to repair and return your scanner. We will not send you a label unless we are certain that we have the parts on hand and the repair line capacity available to ensure a rapid turnaround. It might take several weeks from the time you register your scanner until we send you a shipping label.
If you’re an EMS professional you probably already have a scanner installed in your vehicle. The ability to monitor a wide variety of radio frequencies and NOAA weather channels cannot be forgotten as part of any emergency preparedness plan.
In today’s society more individuals are setting up their vehicles as part of an emergency evacuation plan. Installing a CB radio, GMRS radio, and scanner in your car, truck, van, or four-wheel drive is great insurance against the unknown. The ability to monitor two-way radio traffic whether it’s for inclement weather, natural disaster, or a human threat against life or property cannot be underestimated.
The Uniden Bearcat Homepatrol 2 scanner offers a simple to configure, base/mobile or portable scanner option that is fully capable of monitoring APCO25 and other digital trunked frequencies. A compact unit it is easy to mount and use in even tight cab spaced vehicles such as Jeep Wranglers.
Initial setup of the Uniden Homepatrol2 is easily accomplished by turning the unit on and entering your zip code. The Uniden Sentinel database will find the available radio frequencies in your region and begin scanning. Connecting the Homepatrol 2 to your personal computer allows you to update the SIM card with the latest frequencies, which are updated weekly by Uniden.
They say knowledge is power, so staying well informed even when the lights go out or the boogy man comes knocking in the middle of the night can mean all the difference between being safe or not. Get your Uniden Bearcat Homepatrol2, set it up, and install a mobile mount to take your scanner with you. You’ll never regret being connected!
How do I find out if my local region is using digital or conventional scanning systems?
This is a fair question and one we frequently receive. Uniden has added a digital map to the support page for the BCDX36HP products. In addition to the colored map of the Contiguous United States (CONUS) that shows each county and its implemented systems; you'll find updates, tips, and instructions for programming this family of Uniden Bearcat scanners.
Whether you're looking for software, firmware, drivers, or manuals this is a great resource for staying current with your new BCDX36HP scanner!
We have just received a brand new shipment of the latest Uniden Bearcat scanners and accessories from the factory! We've kept the prices as low as possible and we ship every weekday from our warehouse.
Be sure to check with us first when you're looking for hard to find parts and accessories. A majority of the time, Bearcatscanner.com will have the only list inventory available for high-demand Uniden Bearcat scanner accessories.
The ability to stay informed about current events, local happenings, and emergencies in real time is more important now than at any time in history.
A public information scanner or police scanner is a great tool for staying informed of the latest happenings in your local area. You won’t have to rely on a dedicated infrastructure, as you do with cellular phones, to tune into events as they unfold in real time. Scanners are available in portable, mobile, and base station configurations to suit any need.
Scanners have the ability to monitor a variety of radio frequencies. A scanner effectively listens for active radio traffic and locks into a frequency when it is in use. Of course scanners are available in multiple configurations particularly analog or digital.
Which scanner should I buy? This is a question we receive quite often at Bearcatscanner.com. The answer is - it depends. What type of system is in use in the area you’ll be running a scanner? Is it digital or analog? Is a trunking system utilized? Are the frequencies that are interesting being encrypted?
The majority of public service agencies have migrated to digital radio systems for improved performance. Many agencies have adopted trunking systems to share “bandwidth” across systems. Some municipalities have rolled out encryption in an effort to protect radio traffic from unauthorized listening. If an agencies system is encrypted you’ll most likely be unable to monitor their transmissions. Again researching the systems in use in your region, prior to purchasing a scanner will save on frustration and avoid missing out the important activities and news you wanted to listen to.
One way to answer the above questions is to access a national database of scanner frequencies. These are available online from websites such as the FCC’s Database or RadioReference.com. These databases will list frequencies in use in the city/county selected. This can be a tremendous resource for details about radio systems available in your area.
Uniden’s Bearcat scanners are easy to setup right out of the box and you’ll be able to start listening to a variety of radio traffic within a few short minutes. Often this is accomplished just by powering on the scanner and selecting the auto scan/program function. In order to gain the full benefits of all the features of your particular scanner you’ll want to be sure follow the detailed instructions from the user’s manual that comes with every Bearcat scanner.
Be sure to add your comments if you’ve found a particularly effective way to use your scanner. Our communities of Bearcat Scanner enthusiasts are always eager to help each other and exchange useful information.
Uniden Advances Scanning with Digital Mobile Radio (DMR)
Demonstrating our commitment to continually enhance the value and relevance of your investment in Uniden products, today we announce the latest upgrades for our flagship BCD436HP and BCD536HP scanners. Soon, owners of these scanners will be able to add the ability to monitor and scan Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) systems including MotoTRBO™ Connect Plus and MotoTRBO Capacity Plus systems with a single paid upgrade, making these scanners the indisputable best-in-class solution for monitoring radio systems. Until now, you've either needed to purchase a single-use radio to monitor these systems or kludge together a system using multiple radio dongles plugged into a PC.
DMR is used extensively across the world by businesses, government agencies, amateur radio operators, and individuals worldwide. RadioReference.com, the premier web site for finding radio system information, has over 600 trunked DMR systems and over 4500 DMR conventional channels documented. But, this is just the beginning of the DMR story. The vast majority of DMR systems have never been documented since, up to now, users could not easily monitor them. Based on a quick survey of FCC records, we expect that there are tens- or even hundreds-of-thousands of additional DMR channels to discover.
And, discovery will be important. So, we'll include some basic tools for discovering DMR channels on your own so that you will be able to quickly supplement the information currently provided by RadioReference.com. We'll be adding details, below, as we get closer to finalizing the firmware release, so watch this space.
Using the Uniden BCDx36HP radios, upgraded with the DMR upgrade, you will now be able to seamlessly monitor unencrypted channels on the following system types:
Uniden is the only scanner manufacturer to offer those bolded items, above. Plus, we have even more Uniden exclusive features in these models, including:
We've just received the new and improved RE-24 Racing Electronics headsets! These are the perfect companion to your Uniden Bearcat scanner and really make it impossible to enjoy your day at the races!
Enjoy your day at the races even more by tuning into the action on the track as it happens. The Nascar and Indy circuits are heating up - don't miss any of the action get your Bearcat scanner and Racing Electronics headset today.
The Uniden Bearcat BC365CRS scanner is avaialbel now! This newest Bearcat scanner replaces the hugely popular BC345CRS scanner!
500 channels, narrow band ready includes weather alert, FM clock radio! The BC365CRS has the same ease of use and setup as the BC345CRS.
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