Object oriented user interface
Exclusive to Whistler designs, features common data entry, browsing and control methods are used for every scannable object.
Menu driven programming
Each menu item provides a few lines of help text that provide assistance with programming and using the scanner.
Functionality allows you to arrange, group and scan objects according to your preference.
Allows you to save complete radio configurations within the radio, for recall into main memory as needed in the field. Twenty one V-Scanner Folders are provided, each capable of storing over 1,800 objects.
Skywarn storm spotter functionality
Instant access to frequencies used by storm spotter networks.
Scans most common trunked radio system signaling formats, including Motorola, EDACS, LTR and P25 trunked radio networks.
Instantly compensates for low user audio levels that are common on digital systems.
Subaudible squelch decoder
Provides fast and reliable decoding of subaudible squelch signaling with squelch tail elimination.
Quickly sweeps the scanner’s frequency ranges for transmissions from nearby sources.
29–54 MHz (VHF Lo), 108–136.99166 MHz (Aircraft), 137–174 MHz (VHF Hi),216-225 MHz (VHF, Ham), 225-406 MHz (Gov’t, Military), 406–512 MHz (UHF), 700/800/900 (Public servise), 1240-1300 MHz (Ham).