Yep, I know how they like to set it up usually and it's unlikely any windscreen-mounted RD will actually react and even if it does, it will be pointless anyway. I'm more curious whether the Unidens "see" it at all, as in certain cases, they still point it in straight line i.e. at their favourite spot around 69-th km on the Trakia highway My actual concern with the Unidens is that according to specifications, X and K bands are fixed to 10.525 GHz and 24.150 GHz. So in theory they should not pick up some of the equipment. I have had terrible experience with US Escorts and Beltronics - they were literally blind for fixed cameras, that's why I'm a bit hesitant about the Unidens too.That's because this cam is a lidar robot low deployed towards the license plate on a steady tripod base and without human interference.
Frankly, I find it useless having a jammer in Bulgaria. Negatives to that far outweigh the positives, at least to me personally. Still, there is a batch of Blinder HP-905's on ebay located in Serbia and the price is not too bad (430-ish €). Avitel sells that Kiyo crap for the price of an ALP, what a ****ing joke.You need a laser jammer for that to be on the safe side. "Cheapest" option is Kiyo, as you probably know.
Never did, was just curious how it behaves against the ARH. Have a friend with a V1 and was considering it myself for some time, but he is complaining about the shitton of falses it picks and that discouraged me. I see there is a 2019 version with something they call JUNK-K filter and the price is not too bad, but still beyond what I can justify paying for my style of driving, even with the latest fine increases. In that regard, been looking at Unidens for few years now and as it seems, they represent best of both worlds and will most probably go for a R1. Thanks for the feedback.