Uniden SDS100 I/Q Digital Handheld Scanner
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Of course, the SDS100 also includes all the advanced features you’ve come to expect from a Uniden scanner!
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To load your custom favorites list back into the radio you _must_ enable (Monitor ON and Download ON) by editing your profile in Sentinel. A retired friend of mine lives in Allegan County, and is close enough to Barry County and can receive both county sites which I set up for him.Whistler has pre-decoded ProVoice, DMR, NXDN on the TRX-1 at no extra charge; Uniden requires paid upgrades to decode these on the SDS100. You can set it up to display just the basic information (Simple) or all kinds of special information (Detail) when receiving. Upgrades can be made directly from Uniden, but we do not provide support on upgrades if we do not install them.
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Usually, it's only Law, Fire, and EMS but I can add and subtract Weather, CB, Ham Radio, DNR, Utilities (during down-powered lines), etc.It is an expensive scanner but given the dimensions it would fit into a cubby in my Dodge Durango as I wanted it for mobile use only. If you are someone who is constantly struggling with a simulcast with your current scanner and overcoming it is your utmost priority, Uniden has arrived with the solution.
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For a rugged build and ease of use with Home Patrol 1’s database incorporated inside, the SDS100 is the better choice. The UBC125XLT Uniden scanner is an analog receiver-scanner for use in portable or base with an external antenna.The scanner comes with a 12V DC car adapter, which you can use to charge the scanner using your car’s cigarette lighter outlet. eHam's Product Reviews are intended to provide an opportunity to share an opinion, positive or negative, of a commercially available ham radio-related product or service. To share files from other radios you would need third party software and import/export those files with that software.