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I highly doubt that AOR will have any kind of trunk tracking while Uniden and Whistler have a virtual (and probably legal, too) grip on that technology. It would likely add big bucks to a radio that's likely to be fairly expensive anyway.

Time will tell about how well this new toy is going to work. And I wouldn't hold my breath about HF performance either - at least in this ad, they neglect to say whether SSB is available as a mode. If not, you can practically forget a good chunk of the ham community buying this radio. The only ones that MIGHT be interested would be those involved with modes used in the ham community outside of HF. To me, that's a HUGE omission...Mike
Communication Receiver will always have SSB. ICOM and AOR don't make Receivers with Trunktracking, but that does NOT mean they cant Receive Analog/Digital Trunking. both the AOR and ICOM New receivers have Dual VFO, which means you can monitor the Dispatch and the Handheld frequency.
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Not sure about dual VFO, think it is just two VFO's...

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John - All Scanners and Communications Receivers have to by Law be Cellular Locked, unless you do Government Work with a FCC License. they do manufacture Scanner with Cellular Enabled but you have to have documentation.
Correct ! Cell blocked only for CONUS, not EU and so.
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Communication Receiver will always have SSB. ICOM and AOR don't make Receivers with Trunktracking, but that does NOT mean they cant Receive Analog/Digital Trunking. both the AOR and ICOM New receivers have Dual VFO, which means you can monitor the Dispatch and the Handheld frequency.
DV10 like DV1 have 2 VFOs, but not dual VFO.
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Good thing it's blocked in the US, otherwise people would be listening in on others' private conversations on the analog AMPS and NAMPS networks.

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