Reads like it was typed in another language and then google-translated to English.
Okay Band: That is more durable to detect from lengthy distances and requires a decrease energy output from police gear, so it is easy to grasp why Okay band was adopted by regulation enforcement. Police function completely within the 24.125 to 24.150 GHz vary of the Okay band. Frustratingly, many different radar sources function on this vary together with computerized doorways and BSM techniques on different autos. This noise is what makes the Okay band particularly problematic for radar detectors, and it is the explanation good false filtering is a should.
Yeah it looks like this is a translation of a translation of the article that CNET published recently.
I actually did chat with CNET for their comparison review. This new website seems to be a ripped version of that article, but with oddly broken English. I'm guessing they converted to another language and then back to English? Not sure why, but hey.