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please help me bct15x

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Aug 16, 2014
i have just bought a uniden bct15x
i have no idea what to do but am keen to learn.
i have been reading a fare bit of info on the net but not a great deal is making sense to me.
i live in Rural Australia.
i am wondering if we use trunking systems out here.
any link to web sites that show me how to get started with all this would be greatly appreciated.
or what programs to download and what frequencies to use and how do it.
i am looking at getting the gps receiver for it also.
can anyone tell me if it will work out here in rural australia?
and feed back would me great.


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Welcome to RadioReference. Without knowing exactly where you are located and what you want to listen to it is impossible to answer your questions here.

There is a database page for Australia click here. Select the area in which you live for the frequencies and system information.

There is also an Australia Forum click here. Here you can scroll down through some 300 previous threads, and if you don't see your question you can ask specific questions of others in your area who are familiar with what systems and frequencies are in use.
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