Hello all, I have couple of questions related to mobile scanner antenna setups. I am looking to install a uniden bcd996p2 in my 2017 ford explorer xlt. I currently have a vhf mobile in the car and am looking to use the scanner to monitor our local FDs on uhf and then monitor most of my local area on p25 when the new p25 system goes live in another year or 2. I don't particularly want multiple antennas on the car both so I don't look wackerish and I'm trying not to make the vehicle recognizable due to work. So I have two questions. First, can I run the scanner off the same antenna as the vhf mobile? I know if you were to run two radios off one antenna, you would need some sort of filter, such as a duplexer/diplexer/whatever the techincal term is to prevent rf energy causing damage from one radio to the other. Would I still need some sort of filter if I were to have a radio and a scanner on the same antenna? My other thought is to try and use a splitter to connect the scanner to the antenna for the car's am/fm radio. I knew someone who did this in the past but I have no idea how good a signal he recieved and unofrtunatley I can't ask him about it anymore. Does anyone have any thoughts?