New Uniden TrunkTracker announced!

New Uniden TrunkTracker announced!

Post by Bill Crocke » Fri, 29 Aug 2003 13:07:54

New Uniden TrunkTracker announced!

Check this fine site for more info:
http://www.strongsignals.net/access/news/news.cgi?type=single§ion...

Bill Crocker

 
 
 

New Uniden TrunkTracker announced!

Post by jef » Fri, 29 Aug 2003 20:18:51



>New Uniden TrunkTracker announced!

>Check this fine site for more info:
>http://www.strongsignals.net/access/news/news.cgi?type=single§ion...
>y=1151

>Bill Crocker

Rich is slow putting up my post two more coming in NOV
Bc796d and BC296d both will INCLUDE the APCO 25 card and both will do 9600
Baud...

Taking preorders now price is expected to be near 575.00.

The Ham Station
Jeff

 
 
 

New Uniden TrunkTracker announced!

Post by George » Fri, 29 Aug 2003 20:55:09

Quote:

> Rich is slow putting up my post two more coming in NOV
> Bc796d and BC296d both will INCLUDE the APCO 25 card and both will do 9600
> Baud...

> Taking preorders now price is expected to be near 575.00.

> The Ham Station
> Jeff

Where can we see specs for the 796 adn 296?  Of couse my main question
is this, will it receive MilAir (225-400 MHz) and is the mode (AM/FM)
programmable per channel?

George
http://www.MilAirComms.com

 
 
 

New Uniden TrunkTracker announced!

Post by jef » Fri, 29 Aug 2003 21:01:37

George i will double check but as far as i was told all spec same as 785 and
250 sames scanners as far as looks also.

jeff


>> Rich is slow putting up my post two more coming in NOV
>> Bc796d and BC296d both will INCLUDE the APCO 25 card and both will do 9600
>> Baud...

>> Taking preorders now price is expected to be near 575.00.

>> The Ham Station
>> Jeff

>Where can we see specs for the 796 adn 296?  Of couse my main question
>is this, will it receive MilAir (225-400 MHz) and is the mode (AM/FM)
>programmable per channel?

>George
>http://www.MilAirComms.com

 
 
 

New Uniden TrunkTracker announced!

Post by jef » Sat, 30 Aug 2003 06:34:44



>>two more coming in NOV
>>Bc796d and BC296d both will INCLUDE the APCO 25 card and both will do 9600
> Baud...

>Where did you see them, nothing on the Uniden site about such beasts...

>To reply by email, remove the XYZ.

>Lumber Cartel (tinlc) #2063. Spam this account at your own risk.

>It's your SIG, say what you want to say....

A fax from  my UNIDEN wholesaler.

Trido
Ham Station

 
 
 

New Uniden TrunkTracker announced!

Post by jef » Sat, 30 Aug 2003 06:36:10


>x-no-archive:yes

>>Date: 8/28/2003 12:07 AM Eastern:
>"New Uniden TrunkTracker announced!
>Check this fine site for more info:
>http://www.strongsignals.net/access/news/news.cgi?type=single§ion...
>&entry=1151  "

>  I'm the one mentioned in Strongsignals newsclip giving the info on the new
>BCT-8 Trunktracker.
>  I've also heard about new Uniden 9600bD Digital scanners, I was told they are
>currently "working on them" , & wasn't given any specific model numbers.
>   If they are really going to be here within 60-90 days, they had better get
>FCC approved within the next couple od weeks, in order to meet such a deadline.

>  Hopefully we will see these radios before Xmas season!!.
>   John  Advanced Specialties Inc.
>www.advancedspecialties.net  

John better check with your wholesaler MINE faxed me all the info earlier this
week.

Jeff
HAM STATION

 
 
 

New Uniden TrunkTracker announced!

Post by Pa.. » Sun, 31 Aug 2003 16:56:07


>   I'm the one mentioned in Strongsignals newsclip giving the info on the new
> BCT-8 Trunktracker.
>   I've also heard about new Uniden 9600bD Digital scanners, I was told they are
> currently "working on them" , & wasn't given any specific model numbers.
>    If they are really going to be here within 60-90 days, they had better get
> FCC approved within the next couple od weeks, in order to meet such a deadline.

>   Hopefully we will see these radios before Xmas season!!.
>    John  Advanced Specialties Inc.
> www.advancedspecialties.net

It would be nice if your people would include the "HTTP://" to web sites
your suggesting we go to.
 
 
 

New Uniden TrunkTracker announced!

Post by PowerHouse CB & Scanne » Sun, 31 Aug 2003 20:44:53



> <SNIP>
> >    John  Advanced Specialties Inc.
> > www.advancedspecialties.net

> It would be nice if your people would include the "HTTP://" to web sites
> your suggesting we go to.

What's wrong, Pappy?  Mozilla 4.61 (or is that Netscape?) doesn't
automatically set up web addresses as links for ya?  Bummer.  Maybe you
should get a different news reader, or perhaps if you updated your current
one, it would take care of that for you...
 
 
 

New Uniden TrunkTracker announced!

Post by Walt Bertra » Sun, 31 Aug 2003 21:21:25

Netscape 4.79 sets them up just fine!  Haven't typed "http://" for
years.




> > <SNIP>
> > >    John  Advanced Specialties Inc.
> > > www.advancedspecialties.net

> > It would be nice if your people would include the "HTTP://" to web sites
> > your suggesting we go to.

> What's wrong, Pappy?  Mozilla 4.61 (or is that Netscape?) doesn't
> automatically set up web addresses as links for ya?  Bummer.  Maybe you
> should get a different news reader, or perhaps if you updated your current
> one, it would take care of that for you...

 
 
 

New Uniden TrunkTracker announced!

Post by Fran » Mon, 01 Sep 2003 09:30:15


^ Netscape 4.79 sets them up just fine!  Haven't typed "http://" for
^ years.

Your web browser is wrong to assume that the protocol is HTTP. It may
actually be FTP, GOPHER, TELNET, or any of the other Internet protocols.
There is no standard that says that a default protocol is HTTP.

Frank

 
 
 

New Uniden TrunkTracker announced!

Post by Walt Bertra » Mon, 01 Sep 2003 10:08:32

Are there any URLs that start with www.___ that aren't HTTP?

I have never run across any.



> ^ Netscape 4.79 sets them up just fine!  Haven't typed "http://" for
> ^ years.

> Your web browser is wrong to assume that the protocol is HTTP. It may
> actually be FTP, GOPHER, TELNET, or any of the other Internet protocols.
> There is no standard that says that a default protocol is HTTP.

> Frank

 
 
 

New Uniden TrunkTracker announced!

Post by Fran » Mon, 01 Sep 2003 11:24:13


^ Are there any URLs that start with www.___ that aren't HTTP?

I'm sure there are. There are many cases where a single server will have both
the ftp and www names. For example, on a network I used for a while:

  www.web-o.net = 207.149.11.1
  ftp.web-o.net = 207.149.11.1

And both of these were valid:

  http://ftp.web-o.net/
  ftp://www.web-o.net/

Currently though they have one of those names on the backup server so the IPs
are different.

There are also many cases where something like this would work:

  gopher://ftp.web-o.net
  telnet://www.web-o.net

And any number of other combinations.

Frank

 
 
 

New Uniden TrunkTracker announced!

Post by Lou Maa » Wed, 03 Sep 2003 13:15:11

Frank, the point you make is valid; however, what you have missed is that
the DEFALUT for anything that starts with www is http.  Of course it could
be something else, but only then should you put it in.  This is called
common usage (also common sense).



> ^ Are there any URLs that start with www.___ that aren't HTTP?

> I'm sure there are. There are many cases where a single server will have
both
> the ftp and www names. For example, on a network I used for a while:

>   www.web-o.net = 207.149.11.1
>   ftp.web-o.net = 207.149.11.1

> And both of these were valid:

>   http://ftp.web-o.net/
>   ftp://www.web-o.net/

> Currently though they have one of those names on the backup server so the
IPs
> are different.

> There are also many cases where something like this would work:

>   gopher://ftp.web-o.net
>   telnet://www.web-o.net

> And any number of other combinations.

> Frank