Yep, I totally expect that.Welcome t the Forum. The Redline EX will outperform the old Whistler!
Thanks for the info. It's always interesting to see what's used in different parts of the world. Here in the US, it's primarily Ka band with occasional k or x band (both stationary & moving) and a mix of laser guns around the country (gun type usually determined by contracts at the state level and always used stationary).Hi,
Well, we have a mix of radars and also some laser tripods. The main thing is that all of the equipment is either stationary (fixed cameras) or on a tripod, or fixed in the patrol car. There are no handheld radar/laser guns.
Here is what we have:
X-band - some quite old radars, equipped also with a camera, mounted in patrol cars (or even unmarked cars). Usually working on I/O, but some time - continuously.
K-band - we have (old) mutiradar stationary cameras and we also have low-powered Cordon cameras on tripod (https://simicon.com/products/speed-and-traffic-enforcement/cordon-m/)
Ka-band - we have some of the patrol cars equipped with such radars, but they do not use them for some reason, so the Ka band can be safely turned off.
Laser - we have some ARH-S1 tripod cameras (http://www.arhungary.hu/doc/arh_s1camera.pdf)
The way the cameras are hidden is also different - outsinde of the road, in the bushes, on the back seat of the car trough a barely opened tinted window, etc.