Whistler WS1065 Desktop Digital Scanner

The WS1065 features Object Oriented programming which has often been regarded by users as easy to program and use. Virtual Scanner mode stores 21 various scanner configurations for a total storage capacity of over 38,000 scannable objects. Just as their lower end brother models, this offers a dedicated Skywarn button and Spectrum Sweeper. The WS1065 also ships with a unique in-dash DIN-E installation kit. Subaudible Squelch Decoder

Product Features

  • Menu Driven Programming with Context Sensitive Help – Each menu item provides a few lines of help text that provide assistance with programming and using the scanner
  • Scan List-functionality allows you to arrange, group and scan objects according to your preference. Memory Backup – Frequencies remain stored in memory for an extended time even without batteries.
  • Free-Form Memory Organization – Allocation of memory dynamically and efficiently as it is needed. This differs from low cost and older scanners that had memory organized in rigid and wasteful memory banks
  • Skywarn Storm Spotter Function – Instant access to frequencies used by storm spotter networks. Multi-System Trunking.
  • Digital AGC – Instantly compensates for low user audio levels that are common on digital systems
  • Scans most common trunked radio system signaling formats, including Motorola, EDACS, LTR and P25 trunked radio networks. Both talkgroup and individual call monitoring are supported

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3 Responses to Whistler WS1065 Desktop Digital Scanner

  1. Anonymous says:

    Whistler TRX-2 (P-25 Simulcast and NXDN work!) Allow me to say that 4 Stars is Very Good, just with a few minor exceptions.The radio comes “Pre-Programmed” with a nationwide database and allows you to enter your zip code to begin scanning. It will start scanning everything, mostly stuff you aren’t interested in. You’ll want to build a custom profile in very short order. There will be no doubt you have a working radio out of the box.The positives: Whistler provides frequent free updates to the radio firmware and the…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Great scanner at a price that won’t break you. This is a great scanner at a price that won’t break you. I’ve had several scanners for many years. This one was in the price range I was willing to spend. I read the reviews and decided to give it a try, even though there were several negative reviews. I am happy with my purchase.If you are not a technical person or are not familiar with radios, you might want to skip this one. Many of the negative reviews were from people who just could not figure out this scanner. Once you…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Excellent Radio Excellent scanner. Requires a bit of a learning curve to program, including a few hours of frustration, but once mastered, it’s a breeze. Lots of nice features, including identification of the currently active channel by name, and if needed, a multi-color ID light. Slick. Additional software ($40) and a subscription to the radio frequency database ($7 or $15, as I recall) is required for anything more than very basic programming. The software is necessary, and should be included with the…