You will have the opportunity to listen to the action when and where it happens. With the latest technology in communications, the bearcat scanner also allows you to listen in to the media reports, highway patrol chases, radio operator distress calls, and many more. The scanner has the capability to zero in and program these frequencies and access them in seconds by a series of codes. Even novice users are amazed by the easiest programmable scanner in the market today. If you are a hobbyist or just loves to listen to the latest reports, you’ll definitely love the new features of the bearcat scanner.
Most of the Bearcat scanner frequencies are usually tuned in to mostly government agencies in UHF and VHF ranges. The scanner detects radio activity and automatically flashes the frequency to allow users to store them. So what exactly is a scanner? A standard police scanner has a programmable feature which allows the user to listen to police activities. The hams operators usually are well versed when comes to banking the bands of frequencies for the weather, television stations, business, cabs, utilities, including the state, county and federal offices. It lets you scan remote feeds and store them for listen in later. The UHF and the VHF bands are usually included in the bearcat scanners, but some standard police scanners do not. A standard scanner has a volume control, an AC adapter, an antenna, squelch, program, and scan buttons. Some scanners are portable, while some models are tabletop type. The base or tabletop scanners usually requires external antenna to be able to pick up the signals as far as 50 miles, while some install a more powerful antennas to increase range.
So what are the most active bearcat scanner frequencies? Usually the busiest frequencies belong to the police, emergency, ambulance, aircraft communications transmissions, weather stations, rescues, and highway patrol channels. The latest bearcat scanner’s feature permits you to check alert status of the latest weather forecast. Now you can do your part in public service by warning schools and other public places, including friends and neighbors of the impending destructive weather. The bearcat scanner has mobile and base scanner models for your selection. The mobile scanner however has limited range but in the event of emergencies, the bearcat scanner hones in on the used frequency within your range. The base scanner on the other hand allows an increased range due to its external antenna. Both models have similar features.
If you live in a city where all the frequencies are trunked, standard scanners cannot detect the trunk channels because it has limited technology. The bearcat scanner however, has solved that issue, and you let you monitor the trunked police and other government agencies frequencies. Trunking is used where the frequencies are integrated into a system for larger cities. The bearcat scanner frequencies include the trunked channels that ordinary scanners cannot. Now you can follow the latest buzz in various health safety departments and law enforcement agencies.