The most frequently used radar frequency band. K-band hand-held radar guns can be used from a stationary or moving vehicle.
Ka Photo works at 34.3 GHz and combines a Ka-band radar gun with an automated camera to photograph vehicles approaching or above a pre-determined speed.
A higher and wider frequency range than X and K radar, it cannot be picked up by detectors designed only for X, K, and photo radar.
Police laser uses laser light pulses rather than radar radio waves for speed detection. The laser light beam is far narrower than a radar beam, allowing more accurate pinpointing of a specific vehicle; and the time needed for capturing a speed reading is less than half a second versus 2 to 3 seconds for radar.
Detection of a refinement of the original K-band radar gun. Pulse radar can be used from a moving vehicle as well as from a stationary position. Pulse radar guns transmit a burst of energy every two seconds.
The first frequency band allocated for police radar, and the easiest to detect.
Displays & Alerts
When you get near a radar source, the audible alert warns you. The most common audio warning is a series of "beeps" that grow faster as you near the radar source.
For keeping the detector inconspicuous while driving at night, Dark Mode lets you suppress illumination on alarms and controls.
Dims the illumination on alarms and controls.
Allows you turn a detector's audible alerts down or off, while keeping any visual alerts.
A digital display warns you that you are near a radar source.
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