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UNIDEN UBC125XLT + SCAN125

Postby Iain59 » Tue Oct 08, 2019 1:39 pm

As the title says who has a USC125XLT and using SCAN125?
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Re: UNIDEN UBC125XLT + SCAN125

Postby Scan125 » Tue Oct 08, 2019 6:14 pm

Well I do as I'm the Author :)

I'm thinking you have some questions or even a problem that you wish to discuss?

Please by all means kick this off here but if you need more detailed support then use the relevant scan125@ Email address on my website.
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Re: UNIDEN UBC125XLT + SCAN125

Postby Iain59 » Tue Oct 08, 2019 6:44 pm

Hi Nick I was hoping someone has a pre programmed one that could save the data and email it to me so I restore mine.
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Re: UNIDEN UBC125XLT + SCAN125

Postby Iain59 » Thu Oct 10, 2019 5:37 pm

No one
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Re: UNIDEN UBC125XLT + SCAN125

Postby Scan125 » Thu Oct 10, 2019 7:39 pm

Iain59 wrote:No one


Me no, sadly.

I spend all my scanner and HF receiver time developing software and not really using them (except for Airband).

As you have found out Uniden scanners (at least in the UK) are supplied with no pre-programmed data. Some UK suppliers will pre-program (sometimes at a cost) but to be honest this is a waste of time (if not money) for the basic fact that in most cases the programmed frequencies whilst valid will not be operable in your area.

One reason Scanners are called Scanners is that they search for local signals and give you the opportunity to store it in a bank.

It is up to the end user to research and identify "stuff/frequencies/content" they are interesting in.

As you are a Scan125 user you can use Scan125 to profile and log what is active in your area.

Beyond this then you need to web search the various sites/links/etc that provide the freq/type/locality information you are interested in.
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Re: UNIDEN UBC125XLT + SCAN125

Postby Iain59 » Mon Oct 21, 2019 9:15 pm

I would still like the files, anyone.
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Re: UNIDEN UBC125XLT + SCAN125

Postby Farmerjim50 » Tue Oct 22, 2019 3:04 pm

I'm new to the forum and not sure how to attach files yet. I use Nick's excellent Scan125 and have a file of my frequencies, I'm in the Midlands near Rugby. All my frequencies are airband , civil and mil, don't know if that's any use to you?
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Re: UNIDEN UBC125XLT + SCAN125

Postby Farmerjim50 » Fri Oct 25, 2019 4:45 pm

Hi Iain,
I've just emailed you the current settings for my 125xlt :smiles:
Hope this helps!
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Re: UNIDEN UBC125XLT + SCAN125

Postby Scan125 » Fri Oct 25, 2019 4:54 pm

Was going to add that many people overlook my Scan125Convert Utility.

This allows you read any CSV file and convert the relevant data into a Scan125 data format file which can then be read by Scan12 and the data imported.

So if you find a spreadsheet of data then just save it as a CSV file. If you find a text file (like UK Scanning Directory data) then just replace the space(s) delimited data with a comma (or colon). Now let Scan125Convert do the rest of the hard work.
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