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Uniden BC700A BC 700A 800 MHz Police Scanner

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Description:
The Uniden BC700A is a base/mobile radio scanner that is pre-programmed with frequencies used by Police, Fire, Aircraft, Marine and weather. There is also a private bank that holds twenty frequencies. This scanner covers frequencies as follows; 29-30, 30-50, 50-54, 108-137, 137-144, 144-148, 148-174, 406-420, 420-450, 450-470, 470-512, 806-956 MHz. Package includes; Uniden Bearcat BC-700A, Operating Guide, Frequency guide, Bearcat Radio Club Application, Window Mount Vehicle Antenna, Desktop Antenna, Vehicle Power Cable, Vehicle Mount Hardware, Cigarette Lighter Power Adapter, Desktop Power Supply. Tested and working like new.

 

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