The Uniden BC335C is your basic scanner, does VHF, UHF, AIR and 800.
More pictures here, manual here.
FCC ID: ‘AMWUB362′
Uniden’s new base/mobile scanner with TRUNKTRACKER III technology. That means it does EDACS, Motorola systems (not P25) and LTR. Note this is the X model, which is slightly different then the BCT15, like more memory.
Loaded with features, it has an option for GPS, and computer programming. Range is about 25-1300 Mhz with the usual gaps.
FCC ID: ‘AMWUB361′
After it’s big brother the BCD396XT it’s the BC346XT’s turn. It can do pretty much everything the BCD396XT can do, except the digital stuff, so no; Project 25 and Motorola Digital Trunking.
FCC ID: ‘AMWUB358′
The new Uniden Bearcat BCD396XT. A TrunkTracker IV. Uniden’s new top of the line scanner. Complete with charger, batteries and a cool swivel belt clip.
This one does the 700mhz portion in support of rebanding, and has a multicolor display. You can find a lot more details over at my friends at www.RadioReference.com
FCC ID: AMWUB359
Meet the Radio Shack PRO-136 build by Uniden. A hybrid desktop scanner/weather radio/alarm clock.
Some of it’s features:
AC Adapter is included or it runs on 3 AA batteries (Rechargeables do NOT charge!).