WCIL Scanner radio

Mods

 

Performing modifications and then use of modified equipment may be a violation of local and/or federal laws.

 Modifications to your equipment are done at your own risk.

A general rule of thumb is that any scanner manufactured after April 1994 is not modifiable for cellular coverage

Remember it is illegal to listen to phone conversations!

                                                                                                                            

Uniden Bearcat
  • bc175xl.txt
  • Here is a Bearcat 175xl mod.
  • bc200.txt
  • Uniden Bearcat 200XLT Modifications
  • bc200xlt.txt
  • BC200xlt CPU pinouts!
  • bc205xlt.txt
  • Mods for BC200/205XLT
  • bc2500.txt
  • 2500xlt cellular mod
  • bc2500xl.txt
  • BC2500XLT cellular mod
  • bc760xlt.txt
  • Bearcat Mods
  • bc8500.txt
  • BC 8500 cellular mod
  • bc855.txt
  • Mods For Bearcat 855xlt
  • bc855xlt.txt
  • BC855XLT
  • bc860xlt.gif
  • BC860XLT
  • bc890xlt.txt
  • bc890xlt-800mhz full restore


     

    Radio Shack
  • pro2004.txt
  • Pro-2004 cellular mod
  • pro2005.txt
  • 2004/2005 modifications
  • pro2005a.txt
  • Improving Audio in the PRO-2005/6
  • pro2006.txt
  • PRO-2006
  • pro2006n.txt
  • PRO-2006 celluar mod
  • pro2006s.txt
  • Pro2005/6 SSB MOD HERE!
  • pro2020.txt
  • PRO 2020 SCANNER MOD
  • pro2021.txt
  • A Pro 2021 Mod
  • pro2022.txt
  • Realistic PRO-2022 Cellular Restoration
  • pro2026.txt
  • PRO-2026 MODS!!!
  • pro2030.txt
  • RS PRO-2030 Information
  • pro2032.txt
  • PRO-2032 MOD
  • pro2042.txt
  • Trunking mod for the PRO-2042
  • pro23.txt
  • Pro-23 Mod
  • pro34.txt
  • PRO-34 Scanner Modifications
  • pro37.txt
  • PRO-37 Scanner Modifications (Long)
  • pro38.txt
  • A (useless?) modification for the PRO-38
  • pro39.txt
  • PRO-39 Memory Life
  • pro42aus.txt
  • Mods for PRO-43
  • pro43.txt
  • cellular (870-890 MHz) and low band (51-88 MHz)
  • pro43mtr.txt
  • PRO-43 S-Meter!
  • pro51.txt
  • PRO51 MOD
  • pro_46.txt
  • Pro46.Mod

     

     

    Decoding Radio Shack Date Codes

    Decoding the date code on your Radio Shack scanner is really quite simple. The date code consists of a number (from 1 to 12), followed by an "A", followed by another number (from 0-9). The first number represents the month of manufacture, while the last number represents the year. (The "A" acts as a separator.)

    For example, the date code   7A4

    means that the item was manufactured in July 1994