frequencies from the Uniden BC245-XLT, and save them to your computer, and
allow you to restore them later?
I'm using WinScan for controlling my 245. It is easy to save
your frequencies and change them for another saved batch.
More info on the software at this link:
They have a shareware version you can download and
try. It can only be run for thirty minutes per session
and has a fif*** day time limit.
I have no affiliation with their company, just a happy customer.
> Bill Crocker
The price is a total ofr $47 if you live in Texas. You may not like it, but
since this is the first scanner that I have had that can be computer
controlled, I really love it.
In order to upload or download group ID's, the scanner must be able to
acquire a data channel in that bank. You can use a bunk freq but it's
an extra step.
Quote:> I'm using WinScan for controlling my 245. It is easy to save
>your frequencies and change them for another saved batch.