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Old 10-31-2012, 6:10 AM
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hey all... just upgraded to a uniden bcd996xt scanner and have the updated software which decodes the unit id's. cool function, the motorola ht1550xls and cdm1250 i own do the same thing on mdc-1200, but my question is: anyone out there that has a scanner decode the unit id's, does your id's look something on the lines of UID: i00413??? but more importantly the "i" in the beginning, or is it just me (((all jokes aside))) thnks! kent
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Yes my 396xt does the same. The I in front signifies that its a radio id your looking at, and not the talkgroup number (i THINK)
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Yes my 396xt does the same. The I in front signifies that its a radio id your looking at, and not the talkgroup number (i THINK)
I would agree. I have a BCT15X that does that as well.
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ok thanks guys for the replys... so im not the only one who spotted that. good news. also i have to stick my foot in my mouth when i talked down the audio quality of P25... but then i realized it was the crappy audio of a cheap, chinese radioshack scanner. it sounds much better on a uniden, hands down... bring on project 25 hahah
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Meh, wait til you visit douglas county. My psr 500 runs circles around the uniden on the ORION. For me, they both handle the NWIN identically. (which is amazingly)
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