Did you notice every mode requires payment?Where did you see the pricing for NXDN? Do you have a link to a Uniden source for that announcement..... or are you just guessing?
That's correct. The pay per upgrade method was made clear many times. Uniden must pay licensing and royalty fees for each upgrade sold.Did you notice every mode requires payment?
Scannermaster always charges more than Uniden does for the upgrade. You don't need to get the upgrades from them. Purchase your upgrade keys directly from my.uniden.com.I might be wrong. it might be 100 dollars. from Scannermaster its 75 bucks for DMR when you order the scanner but 100 dollars if you own the scanner and now want to add the update later.
So NXDN could be 100 bucks if Uniden offers it later and you already own the scanner.
NXDN isn't just for railroad communications...Uniden must pay licensing and royalty fees plus their cost of research and development. They are a business you can't expect them to eat these costs.
Whistler's claims of NXDN are still claims as no update has yet to be released.
I have no need for NXDN and couldn't care less about rail monitoring so I wouldn't buy the upgrade. Why pay the extra price for the TRX if I don't need that feature. Uniden gives me an option.
I just sent back a top of the line Whistler because the software is crap.