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Hi, I go back to englisch - also with respect that this is an US-Forum. My doughter, who spent an exchange year in Sweden translated for me.
To answer your question: The diffrence between Radenso and Genevo is, that they are designed for different types of Radar used in the US and in Europe. You won't be happy with Radenso. I use Genevo One M and it works fine.
Ok! Now I understand better. But the pricing of the Genovo One M? 799,00 € That is just too expensive for me :(
My 10year old Cobra for $100 will have to do for now.
 

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The diffrence between Radenso and Genevo is, that they are designed for different types of Radar used in the US and in Europe.
Both are capable of detecting MRCT and MRCD according to the specs. Is there a difference between MRCD/MRCT in Europe and other parts of the world like US and Canada???
 

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Very interesting since the two are priced very different
 

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Genevo for stationary speed cams. You can use RL EX too, but range is not that good. When it comes to laser the RL EX is way better than Genevo RDs. I have tested V1 and it works only with TMF off (and you get the best laser detection) but if there are many radar equipped vehicles around you'll get confused by the falses.
 

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Genevo for stationary speed cams. You can use RL EX too, but range is not that good. When it comes to laser the RL EX is way better than Genevo RDs. I have tested V1 and it works only with TMF off (and you get the best laser detection) but if there are many radar equipped vehicles around you'll get confused by the falses.
Hi have you ever tested genevo one M vs Gatso radar?
I use it in France and I'm satisfied of the performances.
Here we have low power K band radar (Mesta Radars).
For sure if radar beam is content in front of your car Genevo get good results (350-400 meters) or even more if the radar is a Parifex (taller than Mesta one).
If the radar beam point in the opposite site of the car the results are not excellents.
150 - 200 meters are the best results.
We have Gatso RT3 in cars ( not always police cars).
Never tested before (or just one time but I believe the radar was off).
I'm looking forward to know the performances of Genevo one M vs Gatso.
Anyone have tested it ?
 
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Sorry, forgot to answer this one. No, I haven't tested Genevo One M vs Gatso speed cams. From what I read though I expect to perform a little better than the unfiltered V1 on par with RL EX. Against speed cams facing away I expect a range of 200-300m, just like you wrote. Approaching a speed cam I believe the range is over 400m since V1 can detect these Gatso speed cams with ease at 400m even with TMF ON.
 

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