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50W at 10 feet result in 0.3W and 5volt in a 50 ohm system. A couple of antiparallell diods whould have protected the input. The only schematic of Uniden scanner I have are for the BC780 and that have protection diods at the antenna input.

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Horsepuckey. I transmit 50-100 watts PEP VHF (2m) on my Icom 746 Pro quite often (usually everyday) and my SDS100 sits on a desk stand 3-ft away and is not affected in the least. No problems whatsoever.
I'm assuming your radios are 3 ft. away from each other (transceiver/scanner) in a fixed station and not from a TX antenna, correct?

I've had radios side/side and stacked for years with no issues. I was referring to TX antenna to SDS100 RX antenna distance as typically mounted in vehicles.
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I'm assuming your radios are 3 ft. away from each other (transceiver/scanner) in a fixed station and not from a TX antenna, correct?

I've had radios side/side and stacked for years with no issues. I was referring to TX antenna to SDS100 RX antenna distance as typically mounted in vehicles.
I should have taken the time to read your post more thoroughly and noted that you were referring to a vehicular scenario. Thanks for pointing that out to me in a polite manner. I apologize for any distraction.

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