Set up your own server to serve the same function as the one Radio Reference has. Lots of folks do this, although primarily for music netcasts rather than scanners. There are also a number of stream hosts out there who offer crappy service for free and better service for money, take your pick. That's why most scanner stream owners send their streams through Radio Reference even with their policy restrictions; it's dedicated to scanner hobbyists and it's free.I have a Uniden BCD996XT scanner, and I might want to broadcast it over the internet. What do I have to do to do that, if I wanted to broadcast it not on RR
Yes, that's what I use on all my feeds, Radio Feed is excellent. You can either listen directly to the radio feed server or send your stream to a Shoutcast or icecast server; I do the latter to let the server take the pounding on the public i.p.I used ProScan a while back so I could listen to my scanner while out of town.
I set up a NO-IP.org for it.
Not what you would call a "gereral broadcast" but it was perfect for my specific desires.
Having a look at the newst version says "RadioFeed - Source Client - Streams audio to RadioReference, Icecast, and ShoutCast servers."
I would never advertise a publicly available feed on my home Internet connection. The kidd33z will attack it relentlessly as soon as they think it is a server worth cracking.Proscan will do everything you are looking for and more. You can program your 996XT and set-up a feed in a matter of minutes and broadcast either publicly or privately to yourself and others. In addition, you will be able to remotely access & control the feed while you are away. Best all-in-one scanner software for Unidens IMO. Fully functional free 30-day trial as well, so you have nothing to lose.
No cable from scanner to the internet. The scanner hooks up to the computer. The computer hooks up to the internet.What cable do I need to hook the scanner to the internet?