Thank you Sven for the information about a Uniden scanner. Absolutely your right I’ve not seen or even heard of it so much Kudos to you and sorry for the delay in the details. Below we’ve got a photo and the usual details as found supplied on a website. Truly looks indeed an interesting beast.
The Uniden Bearcat SDS100 starts off with the considerable capabilities of the respected BCD436HP with TrunkTracker X™ technology, APCO Project 25 Phase I and Phase II, X2-TDMA, Motorola™, EDACS™, and LTR™ Trunked Radio Systems. The SDS100 is the first scanner with true I/Q software defined radio technology. And it includes easy Zip Code programming (USA/Canada). Additional modes such as DMR Tier III, Hytera XPT, Single Channel DMR, NXDN 4800/9600 and EDACS ProVoice will eventually be available by a paid upgrade. Frequency coverage is 25-512, 758-824, 849-869, 894-960 and 1240-1300 MHz. Enhancements include SAME weather Alert, Channel Volume Offset, Multi-Site System Scanning, free Sentinel Software, Li-ion battery, three contextual soft-keys that change function based on current operation. It features a huge color LCD that is user customizable. Not only is it great to look at, but it is also rugged and weather resistant to the JIS4 (IPX4) standard. Here is a sophisticated, professional grade instrument that fits in your hand!
This radio comes with AC adapter, USB cable, hand strap, installed MicroSD card, lithium ion battery, SMA-BNC adapter, SMA antenna, belt clip and printed manual.
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