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Old 09-23-2013, 8:42 AM
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Default New Uniden BCD536HP AMWUB375

Looks like its on its way, passed FCC, manual temporary confidential until 11/16 though (why?), about the only thing of interest available is a back panel drawing, it has USB and GPS/Remote sockets amongst the usual.
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I spot of panic on Friday when I was advised that all the information was on the FCC (proudly announced by our regulatory guy). We are not planning on announcing features, capabilities, etc, until later in the year, so the publishing of the O/M as well as other photographs normally on the site were months premature to our announcement. Fortunately, it looks like we beat the FCC site surfers by a couple of days in getting the info taken down.

Let the speculation continue. We are getting some exciting stuff ready for a nationwide announcement.
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Old 09-23-2013, 9:49 AM
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I spot of panic on Friday when I was advised that all the information was on the FCC (proudly announced by our regulatory guy). We are not planning on announcing features, capabilities, etc, until later in the year, so the publishing of the O/M as well as other photographs normally on the site were months premature to our announcement. Fortunately, it looks like we beat the FCC site surfers by a couple of days in getting the info taken down.

Let the speculation continue. We are getting some exciting stuff ready for a nationwide announcement.
I'm only interested in whether it decodes DMR, P25 is pretty much non existent here over the pond.

Becoming more like Apple with each release, maybe we'll have to make appointments to buy one or queue for a week ;-)
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I assume it's a Home Patrol replacement?

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Old 09-23-2013, 11:11 AM
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Actually, HomePatrol-1 was similarly hidden until launch. I much prefer to make my own product announcements rather than relying on the incomplete/preliminary information that appears on the FCC's web site.
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Old 09-23-2013, 11:18 AM
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I assume it's a Home Patrol replacement?
I hope not. After reading several posts about them I do not want one.
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Old 09-23-2013, 11:21 AM
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Search the FCC database for grantee AMW and product ID UB375
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Old 09-23-2013, 11:24 AM
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Actually, HomePatrol-1 was similarly hidden until launch. I much prefer to make my own product announcements rather than relying on the incomplete/preliminary information that appears on the FCC's web site.
I guess you'll be launching on or before 16/11 then as that is when the docs are released?
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Actually, HomePatrol-1 was similarly hidden until launch. I much prefer to make my own product announcements rather than relying on the incomplete/preliminary information that appears on the FCC's web site.
My recollection is the HP-1 was shown to dealers and software writers [the Trade] in Dallas in July 2010 and began appearing at dealers in September 2010. I received my own in October 2010, just about exactly 3 years ago. A 3 year product life cycle ain't bad in this business.
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Looks like its on its way, passed FCC, manual temporary confidential until 11/16 though (why?), about the only thing of interest available is a back panel drawing, it has USB and GPS/Remote sockets amongst the usual.
Hmmmmm..... unless there is more than this one submission, doesn't appear to be a handheld.... Strike one.
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https://apps.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/repor...cc_id=AMWUB375

Yes, it seems to be a mobile. The usb connector is new.
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Hmmmmm..... unless there is more than this one submission, doesn't appear to be a handheld.... Strike one.
You can't say that this is the only model planned. I was going through the FCC website last weekend looking for it! One weekend too early.

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Yes, it seems to be a mobile. The usb connector is new.
Thanks. checking out the back, that doesn't appear to be a home patrol does it?
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Old 09-23-2013, 5:41 PM
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Thanks. checking out the back, that doesn't appear to be a home patrol does it?
No, it looks exactly like the back of the 996 series, with the addition of a USB port.
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That looks like a "A" USB jack (like the scanner is a PC). ??? Now we'll be able to use a mouse on our scanner?
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One item of interest on the Label is the country of manufacture: Vietnam.
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Old 09-23-2013, 6:09 PM
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That looks like a "A" USB jack (like the scanner is a PC). ??? Now we'll be able to use a mouse on our scanner?
Interesting observation, more likely a USB flash drive than a mouse but certainly not standard for a computer interface.
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Now a firmware update will be installed through flash memory.
it is a pity that there is no USB connector type "B" for connect to PC.
Again, the ancient COM port.
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Let them have an A connecter as I can go to ANY electronics/computer shop and get an adapter... DUH! Fryes, Tiger.... the list of places you can get adapters for ANY computer USB/Firewire etc device is endless!
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