I have a Uniden Bearcat scanner in my truck that I use to monitor our dispatch channel 46.3800. The scanner has always worked awesome with various antennas, including the one that's on it now (NMO mount low-band radio antenna). Recently, our county changed the direction of one of the output antennas so it points in a less favorable direction for me in regard to receiving. Now my scanner doesn't pick up half the traffic it used to. I know that the transmitting antenna being moved has a lot to do with this, but is there a way to increase my receiving power or something? All of the radios in our trucks/POVs don't have any problem receiving or transmitting, it's only the scanner. Should I just buy a radio?