Whistler WS1025 Analog Desktop Scanner


The Whistler WS1025 Analog Desktop Scanner is an advanced radio frequency scanner designed for enthusiast-level monitoring.


It boasts a substantial 300-channel memory distributed across 10 distinct storage banks, enabling comprehensive organization and quick access to various frequencies. Equipped with a backlit Liquid Crystal Display (LCD), it ensures visibility and ease of programming under any lighting conditions.

One of its standout features is Data Cloning, which simplifies the process of transferring programmed data to another WS1025 scanner, enhancing user convenience. For security and prevention of unintended changes, the scanner includes a Key Lock feature that locks the device’s keys.

Additionally, the Lock-out Function is particularly useful as it allows users to bypass specific channels or frequencies during scans or searches, ensuring more focused tracking. The WS1025 is PC programmable, facilitating data backup, database updates, and direct programming from a PC, though it requires third-party software to operate.


Another critical feature is the Priority Channel setting, which instructs the scanner to check a designated channel every two seconds while it continues scanning others. The Scan Delay feature pauses scanning for two seconds before moving to the next channel, allowing users to catch replies effectively.

The scanner also includes Service Banks which help users quickly find specific types of calls by searching through preprogrammed frequencies dedicated to marine, aircraft, and ham radio channels. The Spectrum Sweeper quickly scans the frequency ranges for nearby transmissions, with the ability to lock out found frequencies and persist in searching within the same band.

Whistler WS1025 Analog Desktop Scanner

Whistler WS1025 Analog Desktop Scanner


Finally, the Tune feature aids in discovering new and unlisted frequencies starting from a specific base frequency, making the WS1025 a versatile tool for radio frequency enthusiasts seeking comprehensive scanning capabilities and detailed frequency monitoring.

Frequency Range:

  • 29 – 54 VHF Low Band
  • 87.3 – 107.9 FM Broadcast Band
  • 108 – 137 Civil Aircraft Band Includes 833 kHz steps
  • 137 – 144 VHF
  • 144 – 148 Amateur Band 2 Meters
  • 148 – 174 VHF High Band
  • 380 – 512 UHF



Additional information

Weight1 kg