Uniden Bearcat Bc125at Driver For Mac

Posted By admin On 29/12/21

Uniden Bearcat Bc125at Driver For Mac Download

Read my general radio post on this forum for my general opinion about scanners. As for the BC-125, it does have pretty typical sensitivity, will hold all of the AAR channels in memory, and has 380 mW of audio output--the latter not enough, in my opinion, but better than many other scanners. Typcial of scanner specifications, they are silent on selectivity, which, in many respects, is the most important spec of all and the one that most scanner manufactuers don't want to talk about because a scanner's selectivity is usually pretty awful.
For an analog radio, I (somewhat hesitantly) suggest the Wouxun UV-6X commercial radio, which can be bought for around $150. I own one of these and my particular one has been trouble-free and has performed very well. Good audio quality, good sensitvity, and good selectivity in a compact, well-built package. I say 'hesitantly' because I have read reports of some UV-6X's having poor reception and other problems, and some failing prematurely. I have not had those issues with mine. It does require a programming cable, but it takes a pretty standard Kenwood type two-pin cable that is inexpensive and easy to find. Free software is out there for UV6-X. One pleasant thing that I did find with my UV-6X is that the standard antenna that comes with the radio performs as well as an aftermarket antenna. There are several models of the UV-6--the 'X' model is the commercial model and that is the one that I recommend. The UV-6X is a dual-band radio, so it will tune the EOT channels, but I don't use that feature. In analog performance, it is pretty close to analog performance of my Icom IC-F3161D NXDN radio, which is pretty darned good.
There are newer models--the UV-8D and UV-9D out there that are also getting very good reviews, but I have not seen nor used either one. One note: though it won't matter to railfans, the UV-6X is a Part 90 certified commercial radio, the 8 and 9D's are, so far as I can tell, only Part 97 amatuer-certified. As long as one is not using the transmit function on the commercial bands, the Part 90 certification is not needed.
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Uniden Bearcat Bc125at Driver For Mac Drivers

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