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Discussion in 'Hobby Electronics' started by Your Store!, May 24, 2007.

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  1. Guest

    $160 US, no name, probably get seized at customs - Blatant ad by
    business owner.

    I don't think so.
     
  2. Argusy

    Argusy Guest

  3. Tony Leathem

    Tony Leathem Guest

    Illegal to even have one in your car

    Cheers

    Tony..
     
  4. atec 7 7

    atec 7 7 Guest

    Not if you have a ham ticket and claim to have modified it

    in fact the police could be charged with interferring with a primary
    service .
     
  5. Peter

    Peter Guest

    I was told you can buy them in W.A. but not use them anywhere else in
    Australia.

    :p
     
  6. Argusy

    Argusy Guest

    Oh, now THAT would be a good one to try.
    $160.00?
    I might buy one.
    It would be an experiment to see if their radar systems are spattering our
    frequencies. That would be winnable in a court, especially if it's modified

    Argusy (AKA VK5CRC)
     
  7. atec 7 7

    atec 7 7 Guest

    It would be interesting and I expect quite winable
     
  8. only if you get caugt


     
  9. Peter

    Peter Guest


    You will.
    :p
     
  10. Peter

    Peter Guest


    http://www.spectre-rdd.com/index.asp

    I think it is cheaper to get caught speeding if you can afford to loose the
    points.

    Even cheaper to not speed.

    :p
     
  11. atec 7 7

    atec 7 7 Guest

    wrong
     
  12. Mr.T

    Mr.T Guest

    AFAIK, the police radar detector detectors only pick up local oscillator
    leakage from the RD.
    A *well* designed RD will probably not be detectable at any useful distance,
    but the cost of such units is pretty high I believe.
    And after you spend a fortune and think you are safe, the unmarked patrol
    cars will simply follow you anyway.

    MrT.
     
  13. atec 7 7

    atec 7 7 Guest

    The odds are very low , after all I hear there are only a couple of
    detectors in my entire state .
     
  14. Mr.T

    Mr.T Guest

    And a lot more unmarked patrol cars.

    MrT.
     
  15. atec 7 7

    atec 7 7 Guest

    Not that it matters atm not enough bodies to fill em after 6pm
    in this area of several 100k people after 6pm two whole patrol cars
    working
     
  16. eddie

    eddie Guest

    legal to buy and use in WA.
    In WA highway cars use K band - on all the time, easy to detect.
    police standing on side of road use laser - hard to detect at distance
    during the daytime
    stationary multinovas use Ka band, easy to detect but only up to a few
    hundred metres. They are starting to use 2 multinovas back to back to catch
    motorbikes.
     
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