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This announcement is a  bit long, but there's a lot of new stuff to cover... so excuse our excitement. <G>

Starting Today, MAY 16, 2012 we will begin shipping Scancat-Lite-Plus (SCL) version 1.6.0

This Version now includes several new features.

1 - What started out as an "customer feedback idea" has become a great feature in Ver 1.6.0.  You can now monitor most of the Police Scanner "streaming audio" links from all 50 States. And, In addition, there is support for worldwide AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL (ATC) streaming audio. Most of us don't use software as frequently once we've accomplished the programming of our "new rig", or when systems are changing frequencies.... so this feature should make your "off time" a lot more enjoyable. Not to mention adding to the value of your purchase.

Here's the main info link for our Scancat-Lite-Plus
Here (about 1# down the page) you'll see two screen shots of this feature.

Everything is handled from a simple, panel operated, "list picker". No hunting through maps or tons of web pages. It's all composed on one easy interface. Just a few clicks, and you're listening to real time Scanner audio from all over the world.

There's a Favorites List, so whenever you start up this feature, all the links you like to listen to are right on tap.

2 - We have added support for the Custom Band Planning for many of the Uniden Radios. The Firmware for your Uniden scanner must be updated to accept this new programming. This is a selectable feature per system and all the programming is handled automatically. All you have to do is pick "Custom" and the software takes care of all the individual settings for you.

Not all older models can support the Custom Bandplan feature. So, as of now, the scanners supported for the New Custom Plans are the BCT15, BCD396T, BCD996t, and all of the new scanners with "XT" in the model number (Such as BCD396XT). Firmware updates must be made to older scanners if you want to use the "Custom Bandplan" features.

3 - In recent months, we have added over several new radios from Radio Shack, Uniden, GRE and MFJ and also include support for the very popular AOR "Cult Classics", the  AR8200 and AR8000.

4 - Support is updated for the new firmware upgrades of the Home Patrol. The HomePatrol is probably as close to a "Has everything already programmed" as anyone has come up with.

Scancat can program the Home Patrol with any frequency you wish, no matter what or where. Frequencies like FRS, GMRS, MARINE BAND, CB, NASCAR, CORDLESS PHONES, NASCAR, MOST HAM etc, which can't be programmed with Uniden software -  is a piece of cake with SCL.

If you have other scanners, it's as simple as transferring the memory contents of your other radio into our RSD files and reprogram them back into ANY other scanner that supports those frequencies. 

Take a look at our most recent Video Tutorial on how to transfer frequencies between radios  www.scancat.com/youtube

To recap,
Scancat-Lite-Plus supports in one single program virtually every Radio Shack, GRE, and Uniden scanner (that supports computer programming). If you have other questions about our Scancat Products,  email us and we can usually help.

We have received all kinds of positive response to our Video Tutorials. If you need "one on one" help, this has got to be the very best way to get started and learn while your view.

Many of you have purchased our "Lifetime Upgrades". So if you have purchased the lifetime, please contact us on how to upgrade to our latest version, or you can purchase a "Renewal" on line at this location in our shopping cart.


If you don't have our Scancat-Lite-Plus, You can order on line at:

IF you already own SCL, this is the basic info on our upgrade policies

AND (with proof of purchase) you can go to this location to order SCL upgrades. You MUST put in the comment box of the order form the date of purchase etc to qualify for the upgrades.

****** Not providing upgrade information with your order will delay processing of your order until we receive proof of purchase from "you".