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LIDAR jammers now to be prohibited in WA from 12/12/2017 ;

TN301

ROAD TRAFFIC ACT 1974

Road Traffic Code Amendment Regulations (No. 3) 2017

9. Regulation 18A inserted

At the end of Part 3 insert:

18A. Evasive action in relation to speed camera

(1) In this regulation --

average speed detection system has the meaning given in the Road Traffic (Administration) Act 2008 section 117B(1);

speed measuring and recording equipment has the meaning given in the Road Traffic (Administration) Act 2008 section 117(1).

(2) A person must not drive a motor vehicle on a road if the vehicle is fitted with any device or other equipment that would prevent or adversely affect the operation of speed measuring and recording equipment or an average speed detection system.

Points:

(a) during a holiday period: 14

(b) other than during a holiday period: 7

Modified penalty:

(a) when driving a heavy vehicle: 30 PU

(b) when driving a motor vehicle other than a heavy vehicle: 24 PU
Basically $1200 fine and 7 demerits
 

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I came across this (screenshots attached) New Zealand manual on the freedom of information website, some extracts for kiwi folk. All good saying they are parking sensors or any other excuses you can think of, but I am thinking the attitude of most highway enforcement or laser operators will be to "investigate" why they could not get a reading. I have read somewhere on rdf about the E04 code and it not being specific to jamming, however in this police manual it is specifically being taught as such. If someone wants a copy of this manual let me know, I can make a dropbox link or other.

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That's BS and an experienced LEO would learn that day 1. Stalkers are known to do that and would show that code even if you shoot it at cars with HID.

Based on my experience, the only way for them to detect jammers is the lack of JTK.

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Thought I'd report on some findings. WAPOL is only using K band and laser from my experience. Even the newer redlight/speed cameras on Tonkin and Bunbury are K band operated as well as the average speed camera zone cameras. Surprisingly my outdated 78SE does a decent job picking legitimate threats up here in WA, have had 3 K band saves from TEG patrol cars and 1 laser scatter save in my local neighbourhood and mainly rely on Waze for Poliscans reports down the freeway.
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Approved device lists for VIC ;

www9.austlii.edu.au: ROAD SAFETY (GENERAL) AMENDMENT REGULATIONS 2013 (SR NO 118 OF 2013) - REG 4 Prescribed speed detectors

ROAD SAFETY (GENERAL) AMENDMENT REGULATIONS 2013 (SR NO 118 OF 2013) - REG 4 Prescribed speed detectors
ROAD SAFETY (GENERAL) AMENDMENT REGULATIONS 2013 (SR NO 118 OF 2013) - REG 4
Prescribed speed detectorsRegulation 41(b)(i) and (iii) of the Road Safety (General) Regulations 2009 [1] are revoked .

(2) For regulation 41(b)(vi) of the Road Safety (General) Regulations 2009 substitute

"(vi) the Pro-Lite +;

(vii) the ProLaser 4 (also known as the PROLASER 4);

(viii) the DragonEye Compact (also known as the DragonEye COMPACT); and".

(3) For regulation 41(c) of the Road Safety (General) Regulations 2009 substitute

"(c) the following radar devices—

(i) the HR4;

(ii) the Falcon (also known as the FALCON);

(iii) the KR-10SP;

(iv) the Silver Eagle (also known as the SILVER EAGLE);

(v) the Silver Eagle II (also known as the SILVER EAGLE II);

(vi) the Stalker Dual DSR (also known as the STALKER DUAL DSR);

(vii) the Directional Golden Eagle II (also known as the DIRECTIONAL GOLDEN EAGLE II);

(viii) the Falcon HR;

(ix) the Raptor RP-1;

(x) the Directional Talon (also known as the DIRECTIONAL TALON);

(xi) the Stalker II SDR (also known as the STALKER II SDR).".
and ;

www9.austlii.edu.au: ROAD SAFETY (GENERAL) REGULATIONS 2009 - REG 30 Prescribed road safety cameras

ROAD SAFETY (GENERAL) REGULATIONS 2009 - REG 30 Prescribed road safety cameras
ROAD SAFETY (GENERAL) REGULATIONS 2009 - REG 30
Prescribed road safety cameras
For the purposes of the definition of prescribed road safety camera in section 3(1) of the Act, the following camera systems are prescribed—

(a) the camera system known as the Gatso Meter R.L.C.; and

(b) the camera system known as the Traffipax Speedophot Radar Unit; and

(c) the camera system known as the Gatsometer MRC System; and

(d) the camera system known as the Locktronics LaserCam Plus System; and

(e) the camera system known as the Redflex SMARTCAM Speed System; and

(f) the camera system known as the Poltech SafeCam Mk 1; and

(g) the camera system known as the DCD ROBOT Digital Smart Camera; and

(h) the camera system known as the Poltech SafeCam Red Light/Speed Mk 1; and

(i) the camera system known as the REDFLEXred-speed system; and

(j) the camera system known as the REDFLEXred-speed HDX system; and

(k) the camera system known as the REDFLEXlasercam FDSC; and

(l) the camera system known as the ROBOT TRAFFIPAX TraffiPhot III SR; and

(m) the camera system known as the ROBOT TRAFFIPAX TraffiStar SR520; and

(n) the camera system known as the Gatsometer Digital Radar Camera System—Parabolic (DRCS-P); and

(o) the camera system known as the Gatsometer Radar24-GS11 ; and

(p) the camera system known as the Gatsometer GTC-GS11; and

Reg. 30(q) substituted by S.R. No. 134/2010 reg. 5.

(q) the camera system known as the REDFLEXred-speed HDX Optical system; and



Reg. 30(r) inserted by S.R. No. 134/2010 reg. 5.

(r) the camera system known as the PoliScan Speed; and



Reg. 30(s) inserted by S.R. No. 134/2010 reg. 5, amended by S.R. No. 89/2018 reg. 26(1).

(s) the camera system known as the PoliScan Speed Mobile; and







Reg. 30(t) inserted by S.R. No. 89/2018 reg. 26(2).

(t) the camera system known as the Gatso T‑Series; and



Reg. 30(u) inserted by S.R. No. 89/2018 reg. 26(2).

(u) the camera system known as the Gatso T‑Series Mobile.



Division 2—Fixed analogue road safety cameras
 

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Approved equipment for WA ;

PO302

ROAD TRAFFIC (ADMINISTRATION) ACT 2008


Road Traffic (Administration) (Speed Measuring and Recording Equipment) Notice 2017

Made by the Minister for Police under the Road Traffic (Administration) Act 2008 section 117(2)(c).

1. Citation
This notice is the Road Traffic (Administration) (Speed Measuring and Recording Equipment) Notice 2017.

2. Commencement
This notice comes into operation as follows --

(a) clauses 1 and 2 -- on the day on which this notice is published in the Gazette;

(b) the rest of the notice -- on the day on which the Road Traffic Legislation Amendment Act 2016 section 66 comes into operation.

3. Approval of apparatus
The following types of apparatus are approved under section 117(2)(c) of the Act --

(a) Jenoptik Robot GmbH TraffiStar S350;

(b) Jenoptik Robot GmbH TraffiStar S350M;

(c) Jenoptik Robot GmbH TraffiStar S590;

(d) Jenoptik Robot GmbH TraffiStar SR390;

(e) REDFLEX red-speed HDX;


(f) VITRONIC PoliScan Speed M1;

(g) VITRONIC PoliScan Speed M1 HP;

(h) Jenoptik Robot GmbH RRS24F-ST3 and VECTOR P2P Outstation.

M. ROBERTS, Minister for Police.

TR401

ROAD TRAFFIC ACT 1974Road Traffic (Speed and Distance Measuring Equipment) Notice 2008


Made by the Minister for Transport under sections 98A(2) and (2a).

1. Citation

This notice may be cited as the Road Traffic (Speed and Distance Measuring Equipment) Notice 2008.

2. Previous approvals revoked

I revoke all previous approvals under sections 98A(2) and (2a).

3. Approval of radar apparatus for ascertaining speed

I approve the following types of radar apparatus for ascertaining the speed at which a vehicle is moving—

(a) an apparatus that bears the name "DECATUR GENESIS II",

(b) an apparatus that bears the name "DECATUR GENESIS II SELECT",

(c) an apparatus that bears the name "KUSTOM SIGNALS INC FALCON",

(d) an apparatus that bears the name "KUSTOM SIGNALS INC KR-10SP",

(e) an apparatus that bears the name "KUSTOM SIGNALS INC SILVER EAGLE",

(f) an apparatus that bears the name "KUSTOM SIGNALS INC SILVER EAGLE II",

(g) an apparatus that bears the name "MULTANOVA 6F", and

(h) an apparatus that bears the name "MULTANOVA 6F-2".

4. Approval of laser apparatus for ascertaining speed and distance

I approve the following types of laser apparatus for ascertaining the speed at which a vehicle
is moving, for ascertaining distances on a road and for ascertaining the speed at which a vehicle is moving and the distance between the vehicle and the apparatus—

(a) an apparatus that bears the name "LTI 20-20 MARKSMAN",

(b) an apparatus that bears the name "LTI 20-20 ULTRALYTE", and

(c) an apparatus that bears the name "LTI 20-20 ULTRALYTE COMPACT".

SIMON O'BRIEN, Minister for Transport.

TN401

ROAD TRAFFIC ACT 1974Road Traffic (Speed Measuring Equipment) Notice 2011


Made by the Minister for Transport under section 98A.

1. Citation

This notice may be cited as the Road Traffic (Speed Measuring Equipment) Notice 2011.

2. Previous Approval Revoked

Under subsections 98A(2) and 98A(2a) of the Road Traffic Act 1974 I revoke the previous approval in relation to the apparatuses mentioned at 3 below, which approval is gazetted on page 2287 of the Government Gazette dated 25 May 2010.

3. Approval of laser apparatus for ascertaining speed

Under subsection 98A(2) of the Road Traffic Act 1974 I approve as types of laser apparatus for ascertaining the speed at which a vehicle is moving—

(a) apparatuses that bear the name LTI 20/20 TruCAM; and

(b) apparatuses that bear the name LTI 20/20 TruSpeed.

TROY BUSWELL, Minister for Transport.

PO301

ROAD TRAFFIC (ADMINISTRATION) ACT 2008


Road Traffic (Administration) (Speed Measuring Equipment) Notice 2015

Made by the Minister for Road Safety under the Road Traffic (Administration) Act 2008 section 117(2).

1. Citation
This notice is the Road Traffic (Administration) (Speed Measuring Equipment) Notice 2015.

2. Commencement
This notice comes into operation as follows --

(a) clauses 1 and 2 -- on the day on which this notice is published in the Gazette;

(b) the rest of the notice -- on the day after that day.

3. Approval of apparatus for ascertaining vehicle speed
For section 117(2) of the Act, the following types of apparatus are approved for the purpose of ascertaining the speed at which a vehicle is moving --

(a) LTI 20/20 TruSpeed Se; and

(b) LTI 20/20 TruSpeed Sxb.

L. HARVEY, Minister for Road Safety.

 

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Looks OK for WA, but I've never seen them run the Raptor RP-1 with the Ka antenna (its always K, which is harder to detect).

When they run the RP-1 in QLD with the Ka antenna, it's on 34.9 GHz, not 35.1 GHz that Neltronics list for WA and QLD

No mention of the Jenoptik TraffiStar S350 laser based photo cam used in WA & QLD though..

Best source is your state or territory government gazette on what is approved.
 
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A couple of new additions to the WA Govt Gazette dated 22-Feb-19 ;

PO401ROAD TRAFFIC (ADMINISTRATION) ACT 2008Road Traffic (Administration) (Speed Measuring and Recording Apparatus) Notice 2019
Made by the Minister for Police under the Road Traffic (Administration) Act 2008 section 117(2)(c).
1. Citation
This notice is the Road Traffic (Administration) (Speed Measuring and Recording Apparatus) Notice 2019.
2. Commencement
This notice comes into operation as follows—
(a) clauses 1 and 2—on the day on which this notice is published in the Gazette;
(b) the rest of the notice—on the day after that day.
3. Approval of apparatus for ascertaining vehicle speed
The following types of apparatus are approved for the purposes set out in section 117(2)(c) of the Act—
(a) VITRONIC PoliScan FM1; and
(b) Jenoptik Robot GmbH TraffiStar SR520.
M. ROBERTS, Minister for Police
The FM1 is the latest version of the PoliscanSpeed Mobile, and the TraffiStar SR520 is a redlight/speed cam based on induction loops in the road
 

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Here's one for WA that slipped through un-noticed ;

Published by:
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE Western Australia
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No. 9. 16-Jan-2018
Page: 209 Pdf - 850kb​
PO401ROAD TRAFFIC (ADMINISTRATION) ACT 2008
Road Traffic (Administration) (Speed Measuring Apparatus) Notice 2017
Made by the Minister for Police under the Road Traffic (Administration) Act 2008 section 117(2)(a).
1. Citation
This notice is the Road Traffic (Administration) (Speed Measuring Apparatus) Notice 2017.
2. Commencement
This notice comes into operation as follows--
(a) clauses 1 and 2--on the day on which this notice is published in the Gazette;
(b) the rest of the notice--on the day after that day.
3. Approval of apparatus for ascertaining vehicle speed
The Stalker RLR is approved under section 117(2)(a) of the Act.
M. ROBERTS, Minister for Police.
Government of Western Australia
State Law Publisher. All contents Copyright (C) 2003.
All rights reserved. Disclaimer
Haven't seen any in the wild though
 

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Traffic Enforcement marked Commodore running a Raptor RP-1 at 24.089 GHz which is the lowest I've seen - check your K wide / K narrow settings, as they usually sit around 24.125
 

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New Zealand
RD's not illegal
Jammers illegal

Fixed Red Light Camera's (which also do speed) - yes
Fixed Speed Camera's - yes
Laser/Lidar - yes
K-Band - yes
Ka-Band - yes
X-band (not used)
Ku-band (not used)
POP (not used)
Q / T - none reported
I / O - yes
TSR - none reported
Camera Radar - unknown
Camera Laser/Lidar - unknown
Aerial speed checks - unknown
Point to Point Camera - unknown
ANPR - unknown


Frequencies Used (reported) :
K 24.055, 24.059, 24.069, 24.080, 24.085, 24.090, 24.101, 24.115
Ka 34.700, 35.500
Just a heads up that the k band mb vans can be way off freq. range from 24.055 - 24.090 even had one at 24.115




Redflex (K - 24.080)
Pro laser 2 & 3


Thanks to jobe88 for this contribution
I noticed 24.032,24.038 used in unmarked Redflex (blue Hyundai)van.These frequencies are below the Fcc regulations...they are illegal...
 

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FCC is only relevant in USA, with the lower limit of 24.050 GHz

Don't know what NZ is like, but in AU you can pretty much transmit on K band, anywhere on 24 GHz without a licence, as long as you don't cause interference, and the transmit power is < 100 mW
 

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FCC is only relevant in USA, with the lower limit of 24.050 GHz

Don't know what NZ is like, but in AU you can pretty much transmit on K band, anywhere on 24 GHz without a licence, as long as you don't cause interference, and the transmit power is < 100 mW

Thanks for the info,i learned something new!
From the RD-s i used here,the Bel Magnum(segmented K band) and the Redline (also segmented K band) work the best.
I own both.
 

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Any reported testing with Gatsometer Radar24-GS11 and Uniden R3? I'm wondering how the R3 would perform as defense for these cameras
 

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