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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" 


Video 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


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 Scancat-Lite-Plus_Tutorial-Getting Started-1 

Scancat-Lite-Plus_Tutorial-Getting Started-2 

 Scancat-Lite-Plus_Tutorial-Getting Started-3 

 Scancat-Lite-Plus_Tutorial-Getting Started-4 

 Scancat-Lite-Plus_Tutorial-Getting Started-5 

Scancat-Lite-Plus_Tutorial-Getting Started-6

 Scancat-Lite-Plus_Tutorial-Getting Started-7

 Scancat-Lite-Plus_Tutorial-Home Patrol -8

 Scancat-Lite-Plus_Tutorial-Home Patrol #9

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

 Scancat-Lite-Plus_Tutorial-New Radio Reference Frequency Manager #12