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Uniden BC355N 800 MHz 300-Channel Base/Mobile Scanner, Close Call RF Capture, Pre-programmed Search â€œActionâ€ Bands to Hear Police, Ambulance, Fire, Amateur Radio, Public Utilities, Weather, and More, Black
- The Uniden Bearcat BC355N Mobile/Base Scanner is one of the most feature packed, user-friendly, entry level scanners available today. It can pick up analog receptions including 6 Service banks for monitoring Police, Fire, Emergency Medical Services, Marine, Air, Weather, and CB frequencies.
- The BC355N features “Close Call RF Capture Technology,” which instantly tunes to signals from nearby transmitters. This pre-programmed search makes it easier to find active frequencies and helps you stay on top of local happenings and emergencies in your area. 100 ch/sec Scan Speed (max)
- You can save up to 300 frequencies that are scanned along with the preset frequencies. So whenever you encounter a newly activated local frequency for any service category, you can add it to the bank for that category. This gives you quick access to the frequencies you want to hear.
- The BC355N comes complete with a backlit display, making it easier to read in low light conditions, along with AC adapter, a DC power cable and an automotive power outlet plug, giving you more options for supplying power at home or in your car. Frequency range for aircraft band is AM mode 8.33 STEP (kHz) at 108.0000, 136.9916(Lower and Upper)
- If you’re looking for an affordable way to jump into the world of scanners, the BC355N may be the right choice for you. (Please note: model BC355N is not suitable for trunking or digital radio system monitoring. If you live in an area where trunking or digital radio systems are used, you need to upgrade to a Uniden Digital model (“D” stands for Digital), such as models BCD996P2, BCD436HP, BCD536HP, BCD325P2, or HomePatrol-2.
Iowa Hunter's Education Program
The Iowa Hunter's Education Program, which affects hunters who were born after the first day of January, 1972, prepares hunting students for the responsibilities that come with the great sport of hunting before they are issued an Iowa hunting license.
The courses included in the Iowa Hunter's Education Program stresses the several important aspects of hunting which will ultimately allow the hunter to become a better and more responsible member of the hunting society. The Iowa hunting student will learn safety, including firearm safety and hunting safety, they will also learn more about the wildlife they will be hunting, including identification, management and conservation. The hunting student will also learn more about Iowa hunting laws, hunting responsibilities and hunting ethics. Muzzleloading and archery will also be touched upon during the program. After learning about these important hunting topics, the hunting student will be required to take and pass an exam before receiving their certification. Young hunters, the eleven year olds, will receive their certificate after successfully completing the program, but their certificate is not valid until their twelfth birthday, but, hunters who are not twelve yet can purchase a hunting license without a certificate and hunt with an adult who is licensed.
If a hunter is unable to attend the traditional classroom courses, they have the opportunity to do some of the course work on the internet, cutting down the hours needed to attend the classroom setting. This internet course is accomplished in three steps, each of which must be completed before a certificate can be issued, an ultimately an Iowa hunting license. To begin with, the hunting student must go online and visit the Iowa Department of Natural Resources website in order to locate the nearest class. Next, the hunting student will go online, again on the Iowa Department of Natural Resources website, and complete the internet course and carry completed, 100% accurate, quizzes to the classroom session located earlier. The hunting student will then take a pre-test that must be passed with at least an 80, after which the student will be allowed to continue on with the final step. The final step is to attend the field course portion of the courses where they will have the opportunity for hands-on instructions, after which they will take another exam which must be passed with a 75 before the hunter can receive their certificate.