uniden scanner review
I came across a lot of activity on the CB Bands this morning using my base antenna! It’s been a lot more active now that it’s later in the day.
I thought this was pretty cool and wanted to share since I hadn’t caught skip on the sds100 yet!
Boy and a Scanner
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This is a quick beginner’s “get started” tutorial for the Sentinel Software that allows you to quickly program the Uniden SDS100. If you have no idea where to start, this is a great place right here! When you plug your scanner in you’ll want to hit the “E” key on your scanner when the prompt on the sds100 pops up.
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In this video, we take a look at the popular Remtronix REM-820S Antenna and compare it to the ProComm Spider Base Scanner Antenna.
REM-820S Specs –
700~900MHz UHF Band
Flexible Whip Rubber Ducky
Great improvement over factory standard antenna
SMA Connector (Standard SMA)
Rubber o-ring to keep the SDS100 waterproof.
ProComm Spider Specs –
Broadband Coverage: 30-1200 MHz
Citizens Band: 26.9-27.4 MHz
Mast Requirements: 1-1/4 to 2-Inch Pipe
Antenna Connection: UHF-Female (SO-239)
Coax Type: RG58
Coax Cable Length: 50 Feet
Coax Connector: BNC Male
Mounting Hardware Included
Assembly Instructions Included
The cheapest price I’ve found for the ProComm Spider is on Ebay.
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If you are interested in seeing more up close on the ProComm Spider let me know in the comments. I’d be more than happy to take it down to show it a bit closer and how it goes together.
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