GRE Releases Set-location bases programming for GRECOM PSR-800
CA, – General Research of Electronics at the 2012 International Consumer
Electronic Show, intro’s a radio scanner and new “Set-location” firmware
that’s easier than ever to use.
America introduces a number of firsts in radio scanners with the new GRECOM
Digital EZ Scan scanner and version 1.5 firmware. This scanner:
1) Uses patented technology to permit programming by simply
selecting what you want to hear, no need to be a radio system expert
2) Works in areas supported by the vast majority of APCO P25 digital
as well as analog and conventional public service radio systems.
3) It allows the user to listen to desired
communications without PC or internet programming because everything is already
in the scanner. The Digital EZ Scan scanner includes a 2GB MicroSD card
with the entire US and Canada database of trunked systems and popular
conventional frequencies so customers can monitor popular local police/fire and
emergency frequencies right out of the box.
4) This Radio scanning receiver comes ready to
program by the consumer for any USA/Canada location. No longer must users
become radio system experts to enjoy the scanning hobby. And this scanning
receiver can be updated with the latest database at any time by a simple PC
the past, scanning your local police, fire and emergency services required that
you know the radio band used, radio system type and required an understanding of
the programming protocol and programming method for your scanner. To
further complicate things, programming methods varied not only between scanner
brands, but sometimes even within a brand. Every scanner hobbyist had to
become an expert to program his scanner.
introduction of the EZ Scan Digital scanning receiver and our latest
Set-location firmware, programming is as simple as entering your desired Zip
Code or selecting your location, and accepting the default programming for
police, fire and emergency services. Everything is stored automatically –
the scanner does all the work – usually in a couple of minutes. Wayne
Wilson, Executive VP for GRE says, “It is very much like programming an MP3
player, that is, if you could buy an MP3 player with every song already loaded.
The iPod equivalent is just selecting the genre or performer you prefer.
Our new scanner also permits you to enter any favorite frequencies that are not
already in the database. Radio scanning has never been so easy!”
brochure for additional information.
in 1961, GRE Inc. designs, manufactures and markets the GRECOM line of analog
and digital scanning receivers. Additionally, GRE is the world’s #1
largest private label Original Equipment / Original Design Manufacturer of radio
scanners. GRE also produces industrial and consumer communication and
electronic products for a many of the world’s leading electronic companies and
GRE: Wayne Wilson