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 Jan 2017 

NEW 2017 Edition   

Mr Scanner CD released


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 April 2016 

NEW 2016 Edition   

Mr Scanner CD released



 July 2015
Added new Youtube Video tutorial for how to use new "Radio Reference Frequency Manager"


April 2015

Added support for  latest Uniden Phase II Scanners    

   BCD996P2 and BCD325P2»


 March 2015

 New release of    Scancat-Lite-Plus with  Completely new menu driven database support for Radio Reference 


Dec2014

Added support for Unden BCD536HP and BCD436HP Unidens New "Home Patrol Units" 


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 We have put together a series of Video Tutorials, and then placed them on YouTube.com. Click on any of the below links to go to Youtube.com and play the Videos. Some of these Video Tutorials are a couple of years old, BUT, while we have updated our program constantly, the actual way things look on the screen and the way they work are STILL THE SAME So be assured what you are watching is "up to date"

If you are still not convinced that Scancat-Lite-Plus is "THE software for you"

     First ..... watch Video # 10 - Only Scancat can do this with just one software product

 NEW Video Just Added !

CLICK HERE TO SEE VIDEO # 12
HOW TO USE OUR NEWEST
RADIO REFERENCE FREQUENCY MANAGER

Please be aware the RSD files and Mr Scanner databases are only included in our "Packages" or on the COMBO CD. If you only purchased Scancat-Lite-Plus, then you can contact us and we will be happy to explain how you can upgrade your Scancat-Lite-Plus to one of our "Packages" such as the COMBO CD  

HINT - If Video is in "Low Res" Click on one of the options at the bottom of the Utube Video to ''View in a Higher Quality"

 Tutorial #1 - Radio Shack Scanners - - Tutorial #1 - Starting up for first the time - (Using RadioShack's Scanners) Basics on Getting Started with Connecting your radio Setting up and finding the comports using the Radio Shack USB Programming Cable RS # 20-047 Creating your first Database for programming your radio using ''RSD'' Database Files. RSD files are only included in our "Packages" or on the COMBO CD RSD FILES ARE ONLY A SAMPLING OF A COUNTY. For a complete database of ALL frequencies you should use the Mr. Scanner FCC Database (See Video Tutorial #4 for how to use)

 Scancat-Lite-Plus_Tutorial-Getting Started-1 


 - Tutorial #2 - Radio Shack Scanners - - Tutorial #2 - Advanced - Using RSD Files -(Using RadioShack's Scanners) This is a continuation of the Basics of Database creation and management. This tutorial concentrates on merging several ''RSD databases'' together into one ''Master Database''. RSD files are only included in our "Packages" or on the COMBO CD You can merge any number of RSD files together, then use the newly created "Master File" to program your radio RSD FILES ARE ONLY A SAMPLING OF A COUNTY. For a complete database of ALL frequencies you should use the Mr. Scanner FCC Database (See Video Tutorial #4 for how to use)

Scancat-Lite-Plus_Tutorial-Getting Started-2 


 - Tutorial #3 - Uniden Digital Scanners - This tutorial is specific to the Uniden Digital Scanners such as the BC246T, BCD-396-T and BCD996-T, (But many of the database principles from VIDEO 1 and 2 apply) Setting up and finding the comports using the auto-configuration feature. Adding new systems to the radio using the RSD files, and also deleting unwanted systems from the radio 

 Scancat-Lite-Plus_Tutorial-Getting Started-3 


 - Tutorial #4 - Mr. Scanner CD Rom - This tutorial applies to either Radio Shack or Uniden Scanners - Watch this one after you have viewed Tutorials 1-2 or 3 This is a continuation of the Basics of Database creation and management. (Tutorial 2) Shows how to program your Radio Shack Scanner using the Mr. Scanner FCC 50 state database such as found on our ''Combo CD'' package or Mr Scanner FCC CD-ROM. Shows several different ways to search the FCC CD Rom, place the found frequencies into the 10 banks of the database, and then how to program them into your scanner.

 Scancat-Lite-Plus_Tutorial-Getting Started-4 


 - Tutorial #5 - Using Mr. Scanner's FREE Frequency website - This tutorial applies to either Radio Shack or Uniden Scanners - Watch this one after you have viewed Tutorials 1-2 or 3 This is short tutorial on how to find frequencies on Mr. Scanner's FREE Frequency Website which is located at http://www.bearcat1.com/free This tutorial takes you through several examples of how easy it is to: Pick your State and then click on a city Capture the data right off the website and place it into Scancat's Upper Database Then, with little more than 5 or 6 mouse clicks, transfer the frequency information into the Master Data base

 Scancat-Lite-Plus_Tutorial-Getting Started-5 


 - Tutorial #6 - Installing 20-047/20-546 Radio Shack or UNIDEN USB Programming Cable This is short tutorial on how install the RS 20-047/20-546 or UNIDEN driver for the very first time. And how to Uninstall the driver if it is not functioning properly. This tutorial takes you through several examples of: What Happens when you insert the USB Driver CD into your Computer's Drive Drawer The folders on the CD and which ones to use How to use Scancat (Select Radio Menu) to detect the serial port How to use the "Found New Hardware Wizard to install the Driver for the 1st time How to check by reading your radio to make sure the driver is really working How to UNINSTALL the driver if is it not working properly.

 Scancat-Lite-Plus_Tutorial-Getting Started-6

 

 - Tutorial #7 - Using Radio Reference Frequency website - This tutorial applies to either Radio Shack or Uniden Scanners - Watch this one after you have viewed Tutorials 1-2 or 3 This is short tutorial on how to find frequencies on the Radio Reference Frequency Website This tutorial takes you through several examples of how easy it is to: Pick your State and then click on a city Capture the data right off the website and place it into Scancat's Upper Database Then, with little more than 5 or 6 mouse clicks, transfer the frequency information into the Master Data base

 Scancat-Lite-Plus_Tutorial-Getting Started-7

 

- Tutorial #8 - Programming the HOME PATROL Video #8 This is short tutorial on how program the Home Patrol with Scancat-Lite-Plus This tutorial takes you through several examples of how easy it is to: Use an Existing RSD file as a source to program a favorite into the HP-1 Naming the New Favorite and sending it to the HP-1 Then, with little more than 5 or 6 mouse clicks, transfer the frequency information into the Home Patrol as more than one Favorite. How to edit, create new Data Files/banks, and Transfer that frequency information to a new Favorite

This video illustrates support for All Home Patrol Models, including:
        Home Patrol 1, Home Patrol 2 (and)  BCD436HP, BCD536HP which are also Home Patrol units

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_ - Tutorial #9 - Programming the HOME PATROL Video #9 This is short tutorial on how to find frequencies on the Built in Radio Reference HPDB Database This tutorial takes you through several examples of how easy it is to: Access the HP-1's built in Radio Reference Database Transfer Conventional and Trunking "System" to the Scancat RSD File Structure How to transfer the RSD frequency information to a Favorite in the Home Patrol How to access / edit / update Existing Favorites that already exist in the Home Patrol's memory Card 

This video illustrates support for All Home Patrol Models, including:
        Home Patrol 1, Home Patrol 2 (and)  BCD436HP, BCD536HP which are also Home Patrol units

 Scancat-Lite-Plus_Tutorial-Home Patrol #9

 - Tutorial #10 - Reading From a Scanner and Transferring Frequencies to Another This tutorial explains in detail how to transfer the frequencies from a scanner How to read the frequencies from a Uniden Scanner and save them as a ''Personal RSD file'' to your Hard Drive How to change to another scanner radio - load the saved frequency file and program any other scanner that accepts computer programming For demonstration this video shows reading frequencies from a BCD996T, and then using that data to program both a Radio Shack PRO-197 and a Uniden BCD396T 

 Scancat-Lite-Plus_Reading from Radios And Transfering To Other Radios #10 


Video Tutorial # 12 - Using Scancat's new Radio Reference Frequency Manager - 

  
Tutorial #12 - Using our New Radio Reference Frequency Manager  module that is built into Scancat-Lite-Plus - This tutorial applies to either Radio Shack or Uniden Scanners - Watch this one after you have viewed Tutorials 1-2 or 3 This is short tutorial on how to find frequencies using our New Radio Reference Frequency Manager.  This tutorial takes you through several examples of how easy it is to: Pick your State and then click on a city Display the data with our unique Menu Driven GUI - Wiith little more than 5 or 6 mouse clicks you can transfer the frequency information into Scancat's Personal  Data base for easy programming into your radio. And it's all FREE.

Scancat-Lite-Plus_Using our new Radio Reference Frequency Manager #12 


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