Uniden BC355N 800 MHz 300-Channel Base/Mobile Scanner. Close Call RF Capture Technology. Pre-programmed Service Search. “Action” Bands to Hear Police, Ambulance, Fire, Amateur Radio, Public Utilities, Weather, and More.

“The BC355N is an affordable, basic mobile scanner that’s great for home or mobile use, with 300 storable channels, coverage of all the “”action”” bands, convenient features like “”close call”” and program lock, and a wealth of powering options for different applications. Receives conventional channels on the following frequencies: (25-54 MHz) (108-174 MHz) (225-380 MHz) (406-512 MHz) (806-956 MHz) (excluding cellular telephone bands) “

Product Features

  • 300 channels
  • Close call RF capture Technology
  • Preprogrammed service search for police, fire, emergency services, marine, CB, aircraft & weather bands
  • Temporary lockout, Search lockouts
  • Backlit Display, 100 ch/sec Scan Speed

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3 Responses to Uniden BC355N 800 MHz 300-Channel Base/Mobile Scanner. Close Call RF Capture Technology. Pre-programmed Service Search. “Action” Bands to Hear Police, Ambulance, Fire, Amateur Radio, Public Utilities, Weather, and More.

  1. Barbara Bain says:

    Update on previous review:Highly recommend this item now!!!!! I gave this item a bad review when I first got it (for static and transmission interruptions). Since then I found that this item is fine, it was the recommended external speaker that was the problem ( in a review the speaker was recommended and was sold as a package deal when I bought the Scanner). Once I removed the speaker (as I was going to return/replace the scanner) a broadcast came over PERFECTLY clear and uninterrupted. AND the built in speaker for the scanner was fine…….no…

  2. Richard Gifford says:

    Don’t waste your time or funds! Don’t buy this scanner. Get one with a keypad so you can find and enter the freq’s you need at radioreference.com. The Public Safety transmissions here are 800mhz. Description on this scanner states it will receive PD/FD/EMS within that freq. range. First you have to allow the scanner to search from 806 to 956mhz so it may find your desired agencies. This willl take a LONG time since there are many interference freq’s you will be locking out then you have to try to catch a transmission on each…

  3. Archos Victim says:

    Fantastic scanner. I had one similar many years ago … Fantastic scanner. I had one similar many years ago and just missed having it around. This model has much more channel capacity with 100 different frequencies capable of being stored in the private settings for my county. I’ve read about how people have some trouble programming it, and there is a small learning curve. But once you understand how to do it, it’s no big deal. Very compact and reliable scanner. During the recent massive snow storm, I learned a new appreciation for our first…

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