milcom-caser = I agree both Uniden and Whistler needs a fresh perspective to programming. the BEST programming ever was the 3com Palm Pilots, they used HOT Sync to download the most recent DATA to the Hand Held computing device, Default was to Update both the Hand Held as well as the PC software. that way no matter how you Entered DATA both the HH and PC were Automaticly updated. Whistle needs HOT SYNC.Their approach to programming the radio needs a fresh start. It is not intuitive from a UI perspective. In the realm of software development cycle, there are whole teams in the programming phase who review code based on this [intuitive from a UI perspective] as the code matures to a release version. If there is only one programmer, well, that answers the current dilemma...
@ Wilrobinson = expect the AOR / ICOM out this Summer but the Whistler Ships Q4 2018.Likely the sole reason.
Anyhow, I'm just going to hold off on a new radio until release date and grab a TRX-100 and the DV-10. That should round out radio purchases for a few months.
lolbannalol2 - TETRA wont be in American Scanner Radios, we don' use TETRA. but, Whistler dose sell International models of their Scanners, possibly those will include TETRA.Will they either fix or get rid of the squelch muting they tried to implement on the TRX-1 and TRX-2? Also TETRA would be nice.
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Hardsuit,lolbannalol2 - TETRA wont be in American Scanner Radios, we don' use TETRA. but, Whistler dose sell International models of their Scanners, possibly those will include TETRA.