How To Program Uniden Bct15x

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How To Program Uniden Bct15x

• QUICK START QUICK START ON PAGE 3 ON PAGE 3. Uniden does not represent this unit to be waterproof. To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, do not expose this unit to rain or moisture. • BCT15 Quick Start Guide To help you enjoy the features and performance of your BCT15 as fast as possible, follow the steps below.

See the content of the manual if you need additional information. Mount the scanner and connect power. • Precautions. 2 BCT15 Quick Start Guide. 3 Table of Contents. 4 The FCC Wants You to Know.

10 Scanning Legally. 10 Introduction. 12 Feature Highlights. 13 Trunk Tracking.

Mar 06, 2016 Interfacing a USB to Serial Converter Cable between a Laptop and the Uniden BCT-15X Scanner. How-to Program a Trunk. Uniden BCT15X Scanning. BCT15X BearTracker Scanner with 9,000 Channels. The BCT15X comes equipped with Uniden exclusive features like Advanced Dynamic Memory. PC Programming/Control. The BCT15X uses Uniden's Dynamic Memory Architecture (DMA) instead of fixed Banks and Channels. This method of programming was. I purchased bEARCAT bct15x SCANNER AND DO. I purchased bEARCAT bct15x SCANNER AND DO NOT KNOW HOW TO PROGRAM IT.

15 Searches and Scanning. • Removing the Scanner from the DIN-E Sleeve. 37 Mounting Using ISO Technique.

38 Removing the Display Sticker. 39 Connecting an Optional Antenna. 39 Connecting an Earphone/Headphone. 39 Connecting an Extension Speaker. 40 Controls, Keys, and Functions.

41 A Look at The LCD Display. • Programming General Settings. 64 Setting and Using the Display Backlight. 64 Setting the Dimmer. 64 Adjusting the Key Beep. 65 Setting the Audio AGC. 65 Setting the Display Orientation.

65 Adjusting the Display Contrast. 66 Setting the GPS Format.

• Setting I-Call Operation. 82 Setting the Emergency Alert Option. 83 Assigning a Conventional System to a State. 83 Conventional Systems.

83 Setting the EDACS ID Format. 84 Setting the System Record Option. 84 Reviewing ID Search Lockouts. 84 Clearing All Locked Out ID’s. • Searching and Storing. 101 Service Search. 101 Quick Search.

102 Custom Search. 102 Editing a Custom Search Range. 103 Search With Scan.

104 Editing a Service Search. 105 Method One. 105 Method Two. 105 Set Delay Time. • Using the BCT15 with a GPS. 126 Device Compatibility.

126 Connecting Your Scanner to a GPS Device. 126 Initial Scanner/GPS Operation.

126 Location-Based (GPS) Scanning. 127 Another Example of Multiple Site Creation. 128 Non-Radio Location Based GPS Features.

128 Setting the Options. Download Dumb Hdl. • The FCC Wants You to Know This scanner has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a scanning receiver, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. • up these transmissions. Do not open your scanner’s case to make any modifications that could allow it to pick up transmissions that are illegal to monitor.

Modifying or tampering with your scanner’s internal components or using it in a way other than as described in this manual could invalidate your warranty and void your FCC authorization to operate it. • Your BCT15 scanner is a state-of-the-art scanner radio with Trunk Tracker™ III and automatic scanning capabilities.

You can store in the dynamic memory conventional frequencies such as police, fire/emergency, marine, air, amateur, and other communications. You can store and scan services that use Trunked Radio Systems and so much more. • Frequency Frequency (MHz) (MHz) Lower Edge Upper Edge 400.0000 405.9875 406.0000 419.9875 420.0000 449.9875 450.0000 469.9875 470.0000 512.0000 764.0000 775.9875 794.0000 805.9875 806.0000 823.9875 849.0125 868.9875 894.0125 956.0000 1240.0000 1300.0000 The frequency ranges shown are based on factory-default step settings. Step setting changes are user definable. • State-by-State Preprogrammed Channels — let you easily keep up with activity on local police, Department of Transportation, and Highway Patrol frequencies when you travel, without having to program any channels.

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