ARC-pocket is Windows pocket PC software and is included in the Scannermaster RSC2 remote head kit for Uniden BC785/796 and Pocket PC.
With the RSC2 kit you can build your Uniden bc785/796 safely in the trunk of your vehicle and use your pocket PC to control your scanner, the kits includes all parts to build an external volume/squelch control (no soldering, nor drilling required!) RSC2 kit contents: - ARC-pocket Pocket PC2002/2003 virtual control software - External Volume/squelch control kit containing: - Original Uniden volume/squelch control mounted on pcb - Original Uniden volume/squelch knobs - 15 feet special shielded cable for external volume/squelch control - PCB connectors are already mounted : no soldering! - Original Uniden pre-drilled bottom cover for external volume/squelch control: no drilling!
The popular HP 19xx series pocket PC does not have the required serial port for communication with the scanner. So this does not work with ARC-pocket.
System requirements (a pocket PC is not included in the kit): Windows CE -
Pocket PC version 2002 or 2003 Pocket PC must have an external serial
connection (cables not included, contact supplier of pocket PC. It is not
possible to use USB.
Pocket PC in
Volume/Squelch control mounted between front seats for easy access:
soldering: the external volume/squelch control comes with 15 feet of special
shielded cable and the original connectors already mounted:
volume/squelch control build in small box with velpro tape (box not included in
kit), you can build the volume/sq control in any small box or in your
of ARC-POCKET by Gommert Buysen (callsign: PE1MTG), President of BuTel software
and inventor of the ARC=POCKET solution for BC785/796, at Dayton Hamvention