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Old 12-08-2018, 6:13 AM
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I found a Colt Z 28 16 channel analog scanner at a flea market that works well except I cannot find anything on the internet about it's frequency range, schematics, or it's manufacturer. Any help would be appreciated. KC9GLD
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Old 12-08-2018, 8:53 AM
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It is the same as a Uniden BC 560xlt.
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Thanks, you hit that right on target. You folks have been very helpful, thanks again!

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560xlt is a good little scanner though fairly limited these days, I've had one since it was new. Still works great, use it to listen to primarily 2M/440 traffic and a couple of fire pagers in the 154 range. And for a quick NOAA fix when needed. It was quite the thrill in 1989, going from an 8-channel crystal BC3.
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