#AskScannerSchool V.10

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Many of you have submitted questions – today I answer a few of them!

What you need to know

Many of you have e-mailed in your questions.   Today, I answer a few of them on the podcast.

If you would like to ask a question and have it answered on future #AskScannerSchool, please submit your question here.


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Links from this session:

Scanner School Session 52

Scanner School Courses

Scanner School Newsletter

Uniden GPS Kit

Uniden SDS 100 GPS Kit adaptor

Easier to Read BCD436HP

Mark's Scanners

Radio Reference Whistler DSP Settings Wiki

Radio Reference Whistler DSP Settings Forum Post



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Bonus Material:

Are you looking for your first scanner radio?

Download our new e-guide, “5 Thinks You Need to Know Before Buying Your First Scanner”.   This free PDF is about 30 pages long and has 5 things you should look for, plus a few extra bonus items to make sure you make an educated purchase.


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One Comment

  • Bill


    The first question you addressed related to What scanner should I get for my area? I consider your answer a gift… you did all the footwork and advised as to what was needed. The second part of the first question dealt with Baofeng radios-I deemed your answer as informative.

    But if you are going to field questions regarding what to buy, and research what is needed FOR them, it seems to me a Pandora’s box has been opened. You really don’t want to be inundated with individual requests of this sort do you?

    Maybe a better approach would be to refer to a previous podcast answer session (or your tutorial on how to buy a scanner) where you have described HOW to research this and determine what will be needed. Otherwise, you’ve got a lot of research to get done in order to provide answers. In my opinion, I don’t think this is what you intended for your questions and answers podcasts, but if I’m wrong, please re-educate me.


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