The Uniden BC75XLT is a compact handheld scanner that is ideal for listening to events as they unfold. During severe weather or other disasters, listen to reports going directly to emergency agencies as it happens. The BC75XLT covers the bands used by Amature Radio Operators for Emergency reporting including NOAA weather broadcasts, as well as frequencies used at other events such as auto races, local events, and more.
You can program up to 300 channels into the scanner's memory, 30 channels in each of 10 banks. Then, you can scan for transmissions on the stored channels.
Ten Scan Banks
Designed for simple operation, tap any of the number keys while scanning to instantly turn on or off any of the 10 banks.
Ten Preprogrammed Service Search Bands
Easily search for frequencies typically used by Police, Fire/Emergency, Marine, Racing, Civil Air, Ham Radio, Railroad, CB Radio, Weather, and more.
Free programming software available from Uniden allows you to quickly program all 300 channels using your PC.
NOT COMPATIBLE WITH MAC
Set Narrowband Compliant
Properly tunes to channels using the Narrowband modulation now required for business and public safety operation.
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|Display Type||Orange Backlit LCD|
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I was looking for an inexpensive handheld scanner to listen in on the local race tracks, this scanner was a good choice I picked up the frequencies at the track and entering them was fairly easy. I recommend buying a headset with this scanner as well the H40 listed on this website is the one I purchased and i'm happy with it. (Posted on 5/18/2016)
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BC75XLT Owner's Manual
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Programming Software (BC75XLT_SS)
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USB Drivers (BWZG1666001)
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Notes On Installing USB Drivers
The drivers work up through Windows 10. The drivers should be loaded before the scanner is plugged into the PC the first time. Otherwise, user will either be prompted for drivers (then must install immediately) or Windows might install incorrect drivers, which would then require user to uninstall the driver, install the correct driver. This is a Windows thing and nothing Uniden can really control with what they provide.
See the Installation Notes section on Radio Reference here