Whistler WS1025

The WS1025 Analog Desktop Radio Scanner is a 200-channel scanner that lets you listen to FM radio bands and can be categorized into 10 separate memory banks. Also, it offers the convenience of one-touch searches of marine, fire/police, air, ham and weather frequencies
200-channel Memory Stores Favorite Frequencies In 10 Separate Storage Banks
Service Banks Easily Locate Types Of Calls By Searching Preprogrammed Frequencies In Separate Marine, Fire/police, Aircraft, Ham & Weather Banks
Skywarn Provides Instant Access To Frequencies Used By Storm Spotter Networks To Monitor Storm Conditions As They Occur Prior To The Media Or Emergency Management Officials Announcing Them

Whistler WS1040

Be ready for emergencies The Digital Handheld Radio Scanner 1040 from Whistler receives VHF Lo 29MHz-54MHz, Aircraft 108MHz-136.99166MHz, VHF Hi 137MHz-174MHz, VHF Ham 216MHz-225MHz, Government/Military 225MHz-406MHz, UHF 406MHz-512MHz, Public Service 700MHz and 800/900MHz and Ham 1240MHz-1300MHz.
Object-oriented User Interface Features Common Data Entry, Browsing & Control Methods For Every Scannable Object
Scan List Allows Arranging, Grouping & Scanning Objects According To Preference
Free-form Memory Organization Allocates Memory Dynamically & Efficiently As It Is Needed
V-scanner Technology Saves Complete Radio Configurations Within The Radio For Recall Into Main Memory As Needed In The Field-21 Folders Are Provided, Each Capable Of Storing Over 1,800 Objects With A Memory Capacity Of Main Memory Combined With V-scanners Is Over 37,800 Objects




Whistler WS1065

The WS1055 comes with a ton of features such as object-oriented scanning, Skywarn functions, V-scanner capability, and more but to someone that isn’t familiar with these advanced options, it might sound a bit confusing. In short, this model does everything a police scanner can and should do wonderfully. It can quickly find nearby frequencies and store up to 1800 of them. It also allows you to jump to already found transmissions making using it a breeze. However, there are also advanced features that will most likely appeal to radio enthusiasts. Let’s start with the design and built quality of this Whistler scanner and then move onto the heavy stuff…

Whistler TRX-2

Since this is one of the better high-end desktop police scanners, it features much better build quality than a lot of its cheaper competitors. Even though desktop variants are exposed to a lot less wear and tear than their handheld counterparts, this scanner can keep functioning for a long time without any malfunctions. The reception is also extremely clear, even at long range, which is something that you should always look for in a desktop scanner since you won’t be able to move closer to transmission sources. The dedicated weather button helps ensure that this is a great scanner if you live in an area that frequently sees adverse weather conditions.

Whistler WS1040

While older police scanner models have rigid memory banks, the Whistler WS1040 uses free-form memory which is more dynamic and efficient. Instead of frequencies, the device scans “objects” which can include channels, talk groups, service searches, spectrum sweeps, and more. You can then create up to 20 Scan Lists where you can add these objects to for easy access later. Scan Lists are the core of the WS1040, and they can be named, organized, and structured in any way you want. As such, even though the Whistler is advertised to be able to store 1800 frequencies, it actually has space for about 38,000 scannable objects.