A scanner is a radio receiver that can automatically tune, or scan, two or more discrete frequencies, stopping when it finds a signal on one of them and then continuing to scan other frequencies when the initial transmission ceases. More often than not, these scanners can also tune to different types of modulation as well (AM, FM, WFM, etc.). Early scanners were slow, bulky, and expensive. Today, modern microprocessors have enabled scanners to store thousands of channels and monitor hundreds of channels per second.
Portable frequency counter 30MHz-2.6GHz
Digital Pocket Receiver, 100kHz - 1300MHz Analog & digital modes
Wideband 0.5-3000Mhz All Mode Scanning Receiver
Multimode Mobile/Base Receiver
Scanner Base/Mobile, 300 Channels
Scanner 25-88MHz, 108-174MHz, 225 - 512MHz and 806 - 960MHz
Scanner 25-88 MHz, 108-174 MHz, 400-512MHz Bands
Digital and Analog Wideband Communications Receiver with Dualwatch and Dual Band Recording Functions
Compact Wideband Handheld Receiver
Receiver Portable, 25-512/806-960/1240-1300 MHz, NXDN activated !
No longer available15 band AM/FM 300ch desktop scanner covering from 25-960MHz Vervangen door UBC-370CLT
No longer available150 kHz to 3304.999MHz AM/FM/FMW/SSB/CW receiver
No longer availablePocket size AIR Band Scanning Receiver
No longer available150-495KHz / 504KHz-1309.975MHz scanner