*New* Early Warning Discriminator (EWD)
The EWD prevents false alarms by eliminating signals emitted by safety sensors on many newer vehicles. You can rest assured that when The Judge alerts you to the presence of police radar, they are near!
Super Clear OLED Display
The screen is clearly visible in all lighting conditions, so you won’t have to squint, move your head or lose focus in anyway from the road.
Full 360° Radar Detection
Full, 0.5 mile detection of all bands and frequencies used by police, including K, Ka, super wide bands. This radar detector uses micro-scan. It enables our detectors to scan 2-4 times faster than any other detector, which gives you a 100% probability of detecting POP Radar. This technology is unique to RadSpeed Detector Pro. In addition, we have eliminated X-Band detection. This allows us to prevent false alarms and to increase K and Ka Band sensitivity.
Is Radar Detector legal? ...and where are these legal?
United States Yes! You can legally use the devices as detectors in all states except VA and Washington D.C in private vehicles under the Communications Act of 1934 and illegal in commercial vehicles by DOT regulation (49 CFR 392.71).
United Kingdom It is 100% legal to use a radar detector in the United Kingdom to warn of all speed camera locations - fixed and mobile.
Police radar is a simple radar system that sends out a continuous RF (Radio Frequency) signal. The police radar is an auto-dyne transceiver which means that it transmits a signal and mixes the return signal with itself to determine the Doppler shift (the amount of frequency change caused by bouncing off a moving target).
The Doppler shift is different for each frequency band the police radar operates on and proportional to the speed of the target. There are three radar bands that the police are allowed to operate in the USA. These are X-band, K-band and Ka-band. Ka-band is very wide and more difficult to detect using a police radar detector.
Because a police radar system must send and receive an RF signal, we can detect it, detect which band is being used…