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Troubleshooting

Problem

Scanner is on but

SQUELCH is not adjusted correctly. Adjust SQUELCH.

will not scan.

Only one channel or no channels

are stored.

Scanner won't

The AC adapter is not connected. Be sure the adapter's barrel plug is fully

work at all.

is flashing. Batteries are low.

Batteries are not installed.

shows

(not flashing).

Poor or no

Antenna loose.

reception.

Scanner is receiving interference or

electrical noise,

Error appears.

Programming error.

Resetting your Scanner

If the scanner's display locks up or stops operating properly, you might need

to reset the scanner. Caution: This procedure clears all the information you

have stored in the scanner. Before you reset the scanner, try turning it off and

on again to see if it begins working properly. Reset the scanner only when

you are sure it is not working properly.

1. Unplug the AC adapter and remove the batteries from the scanner.

2. While holding down 2, 9 and PSE, plug the AC adapter back into the

scanner. CLEAr appears for about 2 seconds as the scanner clears its

memory.

Note: Do not turn off the scanner again until CLEAr disappears.

Otherwise, the scanner might not clear its memory properly.

Follow these steps to restore the 150 preprogrammed frequencies stored in

the private bank.

1. Unplug the AC adapter and remove the batteries from the scanner.

2. While holding down 3 and ENT/PROGRAM, plug the AC adapter back

into the scanner. LOAd appears for about 2 seconds as the scanner

restores the frequencies.

Cause

Store frequencies into more than one

channel.

plugged into the DC 12V 400 mA jack.

Replace batteries.

Install batteries.

Make sure an antenna is connected to

the scanner.

Move the scanner or its antenna away

from the source. Change the height or

angle of the antenna.

Re-enter the frequency correctly, includ-

ing the decimal point.

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Additional Information

Solution

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Radio Shack Scanners

Radio Page Image Released RebandingNotes
Pro-652
Pro-652.jpg
2014
Yes 3Digital - Trunking: Motorola,EDACS,LTR, P25(Phase 1)-1800 Objects - 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/216-512Mhz/700 Bands/800 Bands/900 Bands 1240-1300Mhz
Pro-650
Pro-650.jpg
2014
N/A No Trunking- 200 Channel (PreProg Search Keys) 29-54Mhz/88-108Mhz/137-174Mhz/380-512Mhz
Pro-405
Pro 405.jpg
2009
N/A No Trunking -200 channel 28-54Mhz/88-108Mhz/108-174Mhz/406-512Mhz
Pro-197
PRO-197
2008
Yes 3Digital -Trunking: Motorola, EDACS, LTR, Digital:P25 (Phase 1)-25-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/400-512Mhz/806-956Mhz(no cell)/1240-1300Mhz
Pro-160
Pro160.jpg
2008
Yes 3Analog- Trunking:Motorola,EDACS,LTR 1000 Channels - 25-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/400-512Mhz/806-956Mhz(no cell)/1240-1300Mhz
Pro-163
Pro163.jpg
2007
Yes 3Analog-Trunking: Motorola,EDACS,LTR 25-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/216-512Mhz/800-960 (no cell)/1240-1300Mhz.
Pro-433
Pro433.jpg
2006
No Analog- Trunking: Motorola,EDACS,LTR 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/180-512Mhz/806-956Mhz(no cell)/1240-1300Mhz.
Pro-2055
Pro2055.jpg
2005
No Analog-Trunking:Motorola,EDACS,LTR 25-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/216-512Mhz/800-960 (no cell)/1240-1300Mhz.
Pro-2051
Pro-2051.gif
2005
No Analog- Trunking: Motorola, EDACS, LTR 1000 Channels - 25-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/400-512Mhz/806-956Mhz(no cell)/1240-1300Mhz
Pro-2096
180px-2096-6.jpg
2004
Yes 2Digital- Motorola, EDACS, P25 (Phase 1) 25-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/216-225Mhz/406-512Mhz/806-960 (no cell)/1240-1300Mhz
Pro-136
2004
Yes 2No Trunking 200 Channels (Quick PreProg Search Keys) - 25-54Mhz/88-107Mhz/108-136Mhz/380-512Mhz.
Pro-2054
Pro-2054.gif
2003
N/A No Trunking- 300 Channel - 28-54Mhz/108-136Mhz/137-174Mhz/406-512Mhz/800-960Mhz (no cell)
Pro-2053
Pro2053.jpg
2002
No Analog-Trunking:Motorola,EDACS 300 Channel(Alpha Tag) 25-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/206-225Mhz/406-512Mhz/806-960Mhz (no cell)/1240-1300Mhz
Pro-2018
2002
No No Trunking- 200 Channel - 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/406-512Mhz.
Pro-2016
2001
No No Trunking - 200 Channel - 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/406-512Mhz.
Pro-2017
2001
No No Trunking - 200 Channel (WX Alert) - 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/380-512Mhz.
Pro-2052
Pro2052.jpg
2000
No Analog- Motorola, EDACS Trunking - 1000 Channel 29-54Mhz/108-512Mhz/806-960Mhz(exclude cell)/1240-1300Mhz.
Pro-2067
Pro2067.jpg
2000
No Analog- Trunking Motorola, EDACS, LTR 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/380-512Mhz/806-960Mhz (exclude cell)
Pro-2049
2000
NA No Trunking - 90 Channels 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/406-512Mhz
Pro-2015
2000
NA No Trunking - 200 Channels 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/380-512Mhz
Pro-2048
1999
NA No Trunking - 200 Channels "Smart Search" 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/406-512Mhz/806-823Mhz/851-868Mhz/896-956Mhz.
Pro-2066
Pro2066.jpg
1999
No Analog- (TrunkTracker Motorola) - 150 Channels - 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/406-512Mhz/806-823Mhz/851-868Mhz/896-956Mhz.
Pro-2050
Pro2050.jpg
1999
Yes Analog-(TrunkTracker Motorola) -300 Channel 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/406-512Mhz/806-823Mhz/851-868Mhz/896-956Mhz.
Pro-2056
1998
No No Trunking - (Mobile) 50 Channel / Preprogrammed 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/380-512Mhz.
Pro-2043
1997
NA No Trunking - 30 Channel / Wx Button/ 29-54Mhz/137-174Mhz/406-512Mhz
Pro-2014
1997
NA No Trunking - 50 Channel / Wx Button/ 29-54Mhz/137-174Mhz/380-512Mhz
Pro-2044
1997
NA No Trunking- 80 Channel / Wx Button/ 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/406-512Mhz
Pro-2046
1997
NA No Trunking - (Mobile) 100 Channel/Pre-programmed 25-520Mhz/760-823Mhz/851-868Mhz/896-960Mhz
Pro-2045
1997
NA No Trunking- 200 channels wx alert/Tripl Conv 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/216-512Mhz/806-823Mhz/851-868Mhz/896-1000Mhz.
Pro-2041
1998
NA No Trunking - 400 Channel / Trip Conv 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/406-512Mhz/806-823Mhz/851-868Mhz/894-960Mhz.
Pro-2040
1996
NA No Trunking - 100 Channel - 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/406-512Mhz/806-823Mhz/851-868Mhz/896-1125Mhz. (Smart Search)
Pro-2037
1996
NA No Trunking - 200 Channel -25-520Mhz/760-823Mhz/851-868Mhz/896-960Mhz (50 Ch. Sec Scan Speed)
Pro-2042
Pro2042.jpg
1996
NA No Trunking- 1000 Channels - 25-520Mhz/760-823Mhz/849-868Mhz/894-1300Mhz (Triple Conversion)
Pro-2038
1996
NA No Trunking-(Mobile) - Preporgammed 2136 Freq. / 50 user program 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/406-512Mhz/806-851Mhz/896-956Mhz.
Pro-2028
1995
NA No Trunking - 50 Channels - 29-54Mhz./138-174Mhz/380-512Mhz.
Pro-2033
1995
NA No Trunking- 10 Channel - 138-174Mhz/380-512Mhz.
Pro-508
1995
NA No Trunking - 20 Channel - 29-54Mhz./138-174Mhz/380-512Mhz.
Pro-2036
1995
NA No Trunking - 200 Channel (Hyperscan 100ch sec) 29-54/108-136/137-174/380-512/806-823/851-868/896-956Mhz. (made by Uniden)
Pro-2039
1995
NA No Trunking- 100 Channel (50 Ch. Sec) 30-54/108-136/380-512/806-823/851-868/896-960Mhz.
Pro-2035
Pro2035.jpg
1994
NA No Trunking - 1000 Channels - 25-520Mhz/760-823Mhz/851-868Mhz/896-1300Mhz (50 Ch. Sec Scan Speed)
Pro-2034
1994
NA No Trunking - 60 Channel - 29-54/108-136/406-512Mhz.
Pro-2032
1994
NA No Trunking - 200 Channel 30-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/380-512Mhz/806-823Mhz/851-868Mhz/896-960Mhz.
Pro-2027
1994
NA No Trunking - 100 Channels - 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/406-512Mhz/806-823Mhz/851-868Mhz/896-960Mhz.
Pro-2030
1994
NA No Trunking - 80 Channel - 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/406-512Mhz/806-823Mhz/851-868Mhz/896-956Mhz.
Pro-2026
1993
NA No Trunking - 100 Channel - Mobile 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/406-512Mhz/806-823Mhz/851-868Mhz/896-956Mhz.
Pro-59
1992
NA No Trunking - 8 Channel - 137-174Mhz/406-512Mhz (single Digit readout) Weather Key
Pro-58
1992
NA No Trunking- 10 Channel - 30-54/138-174/380-512Mhz.
Pro-2006
PRO-2006
1991
NA No Trunking - 400 Channel Hyperscan (26ch sec) - 25-520Mhz/760-823Mhz/851-868Mhz/896-1300Mhz (analog cell mod avail)
Pro-2025
1990
NA No Trunking- 16 Channel Mobile Scanner 29-54Mhz/136-174Mhz/406-512Mhz. (Dual Digit Display)
Pro-2024
1990
NA No Trunking - 60 Channels - 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/406-512Mhz
Pro-2023
1989
NA No Trunking - 20 Channel - 29-54Mhz/108-174Mhz/406-512Mhz/One Touch Weather
Pro-57
1989
NA No Trunking - 10 Channel - VHFLo/Hi/UHF 30-54Mhz/138-174Mhz/380-512Mhz.
Pro-56
1989
NA Crystal - 8 Channel - 144-174Mhz/450-512Mhz. (Last Base Crystal Scanner made)
Pro-2022
1989 (late)
NA No Trunking -200 Channels - 30-54Mhz/108-136Mhz/138-174Mhz/380-512Mhz/806-823Mhz/851-868Mhz/896-960Mhz.
Pro-2005
1988
NA No Trunking - 400 Channel - 25-520Mhz/760-823Mhz/851-868Mhz/896-1300Mhz (Analog cell mod avail) Scan Speed 16ch sec.
Pro-2021
1987
NA No Trunking- 200 Channel VHFLo/Hi/Air/UHF 30-54Mhz/108-136Mhz/138-174Mhz/380-512Mhz.
Pro-2011
1987
NA No Trunking- 20 Channel VHFLo/Hi/UHF 30-54Mhz/138-174Mhz/380-512Mhz.
Pro-2010
1987
NA No Trunking- 20 Channel VHFLo/Hi/Air/UHF 30-54Mhz/108-136Mhz/138-174Mhz/380-512Mhz.
Pro-2004
1987
NA No Trunking 300 Channel- First 800Mhz High Band 25-520Mhz/760-1300Mhz (analog cell mod) Scan Speed: 16ch sec
Pro-2020
1986
NA No Trunking- 20 Channel - 30-50Mhz/108-136Mhz/138-174Mhz/410-512Mhz
Patrolman Pro-55
1986
NA Crystal - 10 Channel - 30-50Mhz/144-174Mhz/450-512Mhz
Pro-2003
1984
NA No Trunking- 60 Channel - FM/Vhf Lo/Hi/Air/UHF - 30-50Mhz/88-108Mhz/108-136Mhz/138-174Mhz/410-512Mhz
Patrolman Pro-54
1983
NA Crystal - 8 Channel - Vhf Hi/Lo/UHF - 30-50Mhz/144-174Mhz/450-512Mhz
Pro-2008
1981
NA No Trunking- 8 Channel Vhf Hi/Lo/UHF - 30-50Mhz/144-174Mhz/450-512Mhz
Pro-2002
1981
NA No Trunking- 50 Channel Vhf Hi/Lo/Air/UHF - 30-50Mhz/108-136Mhz./144-174Mhz/410-512Mhz
Patrolman Pro-47
1979
NA Crystal - 8 Channel 45- Vhf Lo 30-50Mhz/ Vhf High 148-174 Mhz UHF 410-512Mhz.
Patrolman Pro-45
1979
NA Crystal - 8 Channel 45- Vhf Lo 30-50Mhz/ Vhf High 148-174 Mhz.
Pro-2001
1978
NA First RS No Trunking Base w/no crystals: 16 Channel - VHF Hi/Low/HAM/UHF 30-50 Mhz./144-148/148-170Mhz./430-512Mhz.
Pro-53
1978
NA Crystal - 8 Channel - VHF Hi/Low/UHF 30-50 Mhz./148-174 Mhz./450-470 Mhz.
Pro-52
1978
NA Crystal - 8 Channel - VHF Hi/Low 30-50 Mhz. / 148-174 Mhz.
Patrolman Pro-40
1977
NA Crystal - 8 Channel - VHF Hi/Low/UHF 30-50 Mhz./148-174 Mhz./450-470 Mhz.
Patrolman Pro-14
1976
NA Crystal - 10 Channel - VHF Hi/Low/UHF 30-50 Mhz. / 148-174 Mhz. / 450-470 Mhz.
Patrolman Pro-16
1975
NA Crystal - 16 Channel - VHF Hi/Low/UHF 30-50 Mhz. / 148-174 Mhz. / 450-470 Mhz.
Patrolman Pro-13
1975
NA Crystal - 4 Channel VHF Hi/Low/UHF 30-50 Mhz. / 148-174 Mhz. / 450-470 Mhz.
Patrolman Pro-12
1975
NA Crystal - 4 Channel VHF Hi/Low 30-50 Mhz. / 148-174 Mhz.
Patrolman Pro-11
1975
NA Crystal - 4 Channel VHF Hi 148-174 Mhz.
Patrolman Pro-77
1973
NA Crystal - VHF Hi/Low 30-50 Mhz. / 148-175 Mhz.
Patrolman Pro-9
1973
NA Crystal - 8 Channel VHF 148-174 Mhz.+ Tuneable Dial
Patrolman Pro-88
1973
NA Crystal - 8 Channel VHF 148-174 Mhz./ UHF 450-470 Mhz.
Patrolman Pro-8
1972
NA Crystal - 8 Channel VHF 148-174 Mhz.
Patrolman Pro-7a
1973
NA Crystal - 8 Channel VHF 148-174 Mhz.
Patrolman Pro-7
1972
NA Crystal - 8 Channel VHF 148-174 Mhz.
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Reviews For: Radio Shack PRO-94 1000 channel Dual Trunking Scanner

N3KMJRating: 2005-11-26
Decent for the priceTime Owned: 0 to 3 months.
Bought the PRO-94 yesterday 11/25/2005 at the Black Friday price of $75, if you want to snag one they'll be on sale through 11/26...better hurry. I spent nearly half a day with the Pro-94 and there's a lot to like and dislike about this scanner. Yes, there's an annoying hiss in the audio but it's not nearly as bad as some decribe. It's mainly caused by the crappy speaker AND the amount of signal strength recieved. I'll most likely replace it with the one described on mods.dk (Radio Shack #273-092). Another annoyance is the half second squelch tail that never goes away even when the knob is turned fully clockwise, but this is minor compared to the next *easy* fix. First and foremost, don't bother connecting the supplied flexibale antenna. As a matter of fact, don't even take it out of the plastic...throw it away or give it away because it's equivalent to a rubber dummy load. It's SO bad I thought the radio was defective at first until I tried others, then the PRO-94 came alive! Sensitivity seems very uniform across it's specified recieving range and suprisingly enough does a slightly better job on UHF then my PRO-97 with less then optimum antennas. I can't comment on trunking because there's really nothing for me to listen to where I live except for conventional repeater systems, and it does an excellent job at that. Hypersan and Hypersearch is extremely fast, blows away every other scanner I own. The two banks of 500 channels doesn't bother me, I have a hard time finding more than 200 frequencies of interest to listen to at any one time anyway. While others find this a drawback, I tend to like it. If there's channels that you don't listen to very often or that aren't active unless there's a disaster, program them into the 500 channel "B" bank. The manual is typical for Radio Shack, kind of vague and gets you up and running with most of the important features...no surprise there, but you can find a wealth of information on programming the PRO-94 in the Yahoo Group or a simple search on Google. It's important to mention there are/were two versions of the PRO-94, an "A" version that couldn't be programmed via computer, and a "B" version that CAN be via the RS #20-289 interface cable. If you buy or bought the PRO-94 in the past year then most likely it's a "B" version, just look for the PC/IF jack on the side. Probelm is, the ONLY software I'm aware of to program it is ScanCat Lite. The choice is yours whether to spend the extra money on a cable and software or finger poke till you have blisters. This scanner won't survive the 800Mhz rebanding due to begin spring of 2006, so if there's a Motorola trunked system that's an absolute must for you to listen to, don't buy this, but I might add there are several new scanners that cost much more that won't either. If you're looking for a new toy, backup scanner or as some of us call "a beater", you can't go wrong with the PRO-94 especially at the $75 sale price even with it's quirks. However, I wouldn't pay over $100 for this unit due to the fact that much better scanners can be had for about $50 more and I'm sure those will soon have dramatic price cuts as Christmas approaches.
FIREFORCE1144Rating: 2004-04-05
Needs a LOTTime Owned: more than 12 months.
I am looking at the New Pro 96, but this isnt a BAD scanner.. Just REALLY Needs Alpha Tags, for having 1000 channels. TO make it a little bit easier, I made a paper with what districts were what channels, example.. 1-50 is my county, 51-100 is Lucas co.. and so on.. its the only way I can distinguish the channels... :-(.

The radio, is the ONLY one, that dosent have programming software. Check out www.starrsoft.com for programming software for everything but this scanner.
N2ERNRating: 2004-02-28
It's OKTime Owned: 0 to 3 months.
Got mine on closeout at RS for 129.95.

Once I figured out that the thing "toggles" between BANK and LIST when you press the scan key, I had it made. My original problems were that I was scanning in LIST mode and didn't have any talk groups entered. DOH!.

The manual stinks, but I'm pleased with it (at the price). I bought it to receive my county EDACS system, and my power company's 900 system, and it does that just fine.

RS sells a 9V wall wart for the unit, which I recommend if you're going to use it at home, or you just might have a 9V 300 ma supply lying around

Lots of things could be better, but at 129.95, I couldn't be happier.
KC4MERKRating: 2004-02-10
Decent basic scanner, could be better.Time Owned: 0 to 3 months.
I've give this a 3.5/5 if I could. I'll start with what I don't like.

No alpha tags.
No PC interface.
Did not come with an AC adapter or battery pack.
High initial learning curve for programming.

I have over 250 frequencies stored, and keeping track of just what is what with no alpha tags can be difficult. There's no PC interface, so it's manual programming all the way. I would have liked to have at least seen a AC adapter. That said, on a full charge it will last about two days on four Radio Shack NiMH AA's. The programming of this thing gave me the biggest headache initially.

That said, for the money, I couldn't find another scanner with this set of features. The programming is probably the biggest headache initially, and the manual is horrible. Once I figured it out, though, it was pretty easy. For those of you that have trouble programming the trunking ability, make sure trunking mode is off. Then press prgm, trunk, and select what bank you want it to go in by pressing the corrosponding number and E. After that select which trunking system your city uses (using the up and down arrows) and press E again. Now you'll see the first channel in the bank you selected. Put the first frequency in and press E. Now here's where I messed up. Don't go back to step one, press the prgm key again, and it will take you to the next channel, put the next trunking frequency in, and repeat until you have all the trunking frequencies in. Then press scan and src you should be scanning away. You can scan non-trunked signals as well, but it's kind of weird to do. Basically, you have to turn trunking off, then press scan. Select your trunking and non-trunking banks using the number keys, and turn trunking back on. Now you're scanning both.

Overall, it's a good scanner, but it's let down by a lot of small things, and its abysmal manual and arbitrary programming functions. I'm going to be getting my ham license soon, so I'm likely to take it back to Radio Shack and use the money for a nice "beginner" two meter mobile or hand-held. I'll probably wait 'till I have some more money to pick up the Pro-95, which has alpha-tags and PC programming.
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This list features all Radio Shack brand scanners designed for handheld/ portable use.  Most model numbers begin with the identifier PRO, followed by a 2-digit number (e.g. PRO-96).  Models from before 1994 were sold under the "Realistic" brand name; newer models use the "Radio Shack" brand name. 

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Cat#Ch/ #OfFirst Year Made Freq Coverage (MHz)Features & CommentsVendor Links 
PRO-106HH1800

Dyn
55/90200725-54 108-174 216-512 796-960 1240-1300Can receive both analog trunking (Motorola, EDACS, & LTR), digital trunking (Motorola P25, and conventional scanning; 1800 "Objects" that can hold frequencies (channels), Talk Group ID Memories, or other info; Follow trunking on any band, including new 700 Mhz band; CTCSS/DCS decode; Spectrum Sweeper; PC Programmable & Interface; Will send trunking data to PC; Store up 37,800 "Objects" in 21 "V-scanner" folders; Scanner accomodates 800 MHz rebanding; Similar to GRE brand PSR-500; Handheld version of PRO-197 and PSR-600Scanner-Master

eBay
 
PRO-16441000 1060/ 78200725-54
108-174 
216-512 764-767
773-776
794-797
803-960 1240-1300
Tracks Motorola Type I,II,I/II hybrid, EDACS, and LTR; 1500 Trunking ID Memories (10 banks, each with 5 sub-banks of 30 ID’s each); CTCSS/DPL decoding; alpha-display; PC data transfer; Signal Stalker II feature; UHF, 800/900 trunking; Military Aircraft Band; Can be reprogrammed for 800 MHz rebanding.Scanner-Master

eBay
 
PRO-16341000 1060/ 78200725-54
108-174 
216-512 764-767
773-776
794-797
803-960 1240-1300
Tracks Motorola Type I,II,I/II hybrid, EDACS, and LTR; 1500 Trunking ID Memories (10 banks, each with 5 sub-banks of 30 ID’s each); CTCSS/DPL decoding; alpha-display; PC data transfer; Signal Stalker II feature; UHF, 800/900 trunking; Military Aircraft Band; Can be reprogrammed for 800 MHz rebanding.Scanner-Master

eBay
 
PRO-16241000 2090/ 90200825-54
108-174 
216-512 764-767
773-776
794-797
803-960 1240-1300
Tracks Motorola Type I,II,I/II hybrid, EDACS, and LTR; 1500 Trunking ID Memories (10 banks, each with 5 sub-banks of 30 ID’s each); CTCSS(?)/DCS decoding; alpha-display;  PC Programmable; Signal Stalker I feature; UHF, 800/900 trunking; Military Aircraft Band; Also marketed for race car scanning; Can be reprogrammed for 800 MHz rebanding.eBay 
PRO-52841000 1090/ 90200629-54 108-174 216-512 806-956 1240-1300Tracks Motorola Type I,II,I/II hybrid, EDACS, and LTR;  1000 Talk Group ID Memories in 10 Lists of 10 ID’s per each of the 10 Banks; PC Interface and scanner cloning function; Signal Stalker feature; service scan of preprogrammed frequencies
eBay
 
PRO-974100060/75200425-54, 108-174, 216-225, 406-512, 806-960, 1240-1300Tracks Motorola Type I,II,I/II hybrid, EDACS, and LTR; 1500 Trunking ID Memories (10 banks, each with 5 sub-banks of 30 ID’s each); CTCSS/DPL decoding; alpha-display; PC data transfer; Signal Stalker II feature; UHF, 800/900 trunking; 
eBay
 
PRO-13731000 1090/ 90200725-54
108-174 216-225 406-512 806-960 1240- 1300
Auto Racing Scanner; Can program mult freqs per car number; alpha tags; Signal Stalker I;  PC programmableScanner-Master

eBay
 
PRO-843200 10 200625-54 108-174 406-512 806-956Auto Racing Scanner; Proprogrammed for NASCAR/BUSCH series drivers; Service Search; Signal Stalker feature; Includes racing headphones  
eBay
 
PRO-822200/ 1025/50 29-54 108-174 380-512Preprogrammed Service Search for Air, Ham, Police/Fire, weather; computer download port 
eBay
 
PRO-135HH200/ 1055/ 55200725-54
108-174 380-512
PC programmable; Pre-programmed service search;Signal Stalker I;
eBay
 


Cat#Ch/ #OfFirst Year Made Freq Coverage (MHz)Features & CommentsVendor Links 
PRO-96550010200325-54, 108-174, 216-225, 406-512, 806-960, 1240-1300Can receive both 3600 and 9600 baud digital, analog trunking (Motorola, EDACS), and conventional scanning, 1500 Talk Group ID Memories (10 banks, each with 5 sub-banks of 30 ID’s); CTCSS/DCS decode; PC download; Store up to 5500 freqs in 11 "V-scanner" folders 

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PRO-266200 1050/ 100199525-1300Radio Shack Top-of-the-Line handheld in late 1990's; Good scanner but poor audio quality; sensitive to intermod in strong signal areas; only Radio Shack scanner to have continuous coverage through UHF TV band
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PRO-28130/ 115/20 29-54 137-174 406-512Direct Search; Band Search eBay 
PRO-30116/ 1  30-54 138-174 380-512  
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PRO-343200 108/161989-199130-54 108-174 380-512 806-960Old, but good scanner; very slow scan speed; strong image interference in 800 MHz band; handheld version of PRO-2022
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PRO-36120/ 1  30-54 138-174 380-512 
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PRO-373200 108/161991-199230-54 108-174 380-512 806-960Old, but good scanner; like PRO-34 but with faster scan and search speed
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PRO-38110/ 110 29-54 136-174 406-512  
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PRO-393200 108/161992-199430-54 108-174 380-512 806-960Similar features and scan speed to PRO-37 
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PRO-41110/ 110 29-54 137-174 406-512 
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PRO-433200 1025/501992-199530-54 118-174 220-512 806-999Includes Military (UHF) Air Band; Top-Of-The-Line when made; triple conversion; Very good reputation
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PRO-463100 1014/19199229-54 108-174 406-512 806-956 
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PRO-501 20/ 116/16 30-54 137-174 380-512Direct Search 
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PRO-513200 1050/ 1001993- 199829-54 108-174 406-512 806-956 
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PRO-606200 1025/50199530-512 806-1000Does not include 25-30 MHz; No CB; Does not have selectable search step size
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PRO-623200 1025/ 50199430-54 108-174 380-512 806-960 
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PRO-643400 1025/50199529-54 108-174 380-512 806-960AM/NFM mode selection; autostore feature; Handheld version of PRO-2041
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PRO-762200/ 1017/20199929-54 108-174 406-512Lots of Channels; Limit and Direct Search 
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PRO-833200 10 200425-54 108-174 406-512 806-956"Signal Stalker" tracks nearby signals; Weather Alert 
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PRO-904300 10100/ 100199725-54 108-174 406-512 806-956Tracks Motorola Type I,II,I/II hybrid; 500 Trunking ID Memories (5 Lists of 10 ID’s per each of the 10 banks); Monitors only 1 trunked system at a time; Same as BC235XLT but sold under Radio-Shack brand;
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PRO-91 4150 550/ 100199829-54 108-174 406-512 806-956Tracks Motorola Type I,II,I/II hybrid; 250 Trunking ID’s (5 Lists of 50); Monitors only 1 trunked system at a time;
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PRO-924500 1025/50200029-54 108-174 380-512 806-960Triple-Trunking; Tracks Motorola Type I,II,I/II hybrid, EDACS, and LTR; 1000 Trunking ID Memories; Alpha Tags; CTCSS/DPL decoding; PC data transfer; VHF-High, UHF, 800/900 trunking;
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PRO-934300 1060/75200125-54 108-174 216-225 406-512 806-960 1240- 1300Dual Trunking; Tracks Motorola Type I,II,I/II hybrid, EDACS; 1000 Trunking ID Memories (10 banks, each with 5 sub-banks of 20 ID’s each); Alpha Tags; PC data transfer; UHF, 800/900 trunking;
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PRO-9441000 2050/ 100200025-54 108-174 216-225 406-512 806-960 1240- 1300Dual Trunking; Tracks Motorola Type I,II,I/II hybrid, EDACS; 1000 Talk Group ID's in 5 Lists of 10 ID’s per each of the 20 Banks; VHF-High, UHF, 800/900 trunking;  
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PRO-9541000 1060/75200325-54, 108-174, 216-225, 406-512, 806-960, 1240-1300Dual Trunking; Tracks Motorola Type I,II,I/II hybrid, EDACS; 1000 Talk-Group ID Memories (10 banks, each with 5 sub-banks of 20 ID’s each); Alpha Display, PC data transfer; UHF, 800/900 trunking; 
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PRO-993500 1050/62200428-54 108-174 406-512 806-960Marketed for auto racing scanning; Allows multiple freqs per car number; Alpha Tags; Preprogrammed with race car frequencies; service scan; CTCSS decode  
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Note: 800 MHz Coverage excludes the US Cellular Phone Band (824-849 and 869-894 MHz) unless otherwise indicated and may also exclude the adjacent 849-851 and 894-896 MHz bands.

Abbreviations: Banks: Dyn= Dynamic (User selects number of channels in each bank or "scan list") 

 

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Shack scanner radio

Resetting the scanner – Radio Shack Pro 84 User Manual

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Beyond the Basics

54

resetting the scanner

If the scanner’s display locks up or stops operating
properly, you might need to reset the scanner.

Caution: This procedure clears all the information
stored in channel memories including the race
frequencies. Before you reset the scanner, try
turning it off and on to see if it begins working
properly. Reset the scanner only when you are sure
it is not working properly.

X

Make sure your scanner is turned off.

Y

While holding down 2, 9, and HOLD, turn on the

scanner. After about 3 seconds, the scanner
initializes and CLEAr appears.

Your scanner has 150 most frequently used
frequencies (not the preloaded race frequencies) in
special permanent memory. You can load the
frequencies in Channels 1 to 150.

Caution: This procedure overwrites all channel
memories. Use this procedure only when you are
sure you do not mind erasing the current channel
memories.

Follow these steps to load the 150 frequencies.

X

Make sure your scanner is turned off.

Y

While holding down 3 and E, turn on the scanner.

After several seconds, the scanner restores the
frequencies and -LoAd- appears.

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RadioShack Pro 2050 Scanner Programming Tutorial Police Scanner

How to Program a Radio Shack Police Scanner

Set the squelch. Turn the squelch knob located by the volume control both ways until the static stops.

Add frequencies to your scanner. Press "Manual" and enter the channel where you want to store the frequency. Press "Program" and enter the frequency on the keypad. Press "WX/E" to save the setting.

Search for frequencies with the limited-search feature. Press the "Program" button, then "Limit." "LO" will appear on the screen. Enter the low frequency where you want to begin searching. Press the "WX/E" button and "HI" will appear on the screen. Enter the highest frequency you want to search to and press "WX/E" again. Press "(\ /)" on the scanner to begin searching between the low and high frequencies.

Find a frequency you have programmed in manually. Press "Manual," enter the channel number on the keypad and press "Manual" again. To stop on a channel during scanning, press "Manual."

Lock out channels that you do not want to listen to. Press the "L/O" button when the scanner stops on the channel. To reinstate the channel, press "Manual" and enter the channel number. Press "L/O" again to activate the channel.

Tips

  • Keep your scanner away from moisture.

Warnings

  • Make sure the battery backup is charged so you do not lose memory during a power outage.

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