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Old November 25th, 2018
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Hope this helps.

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Originally Posted by EscortRadar View Post
I see this often with the newer small "your speed is ___" signs that they attach to posted speed limit signs. It is not using police radar to measure your speed. Police do not use those signs to issue citations. Those are there to (hopefully) slow you down, that is all. Actual police radar is used to measure your speed for a citation.
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Originally Posted by CJR238 View Post
The speed sign may use an FM-CW modulation to sense the direction of vehicles in its field of view. FM-CW is allowed for license-free "Part 15" devices by the FCC. FM-CW is not allowed for police radar.

Your RD won’t alert because it doesn’t see the frequency. This type of sign is directional and will usually only show speed of oncoming cars.
If you want check the side of the radar antenna on the sign and see what the spec's say on the side of it. It might even say it's a FM-CW, and it runs around 2.45-GHz.
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Originally Posted by EscortRadar View Post
Some signs use modulated signals which your RedLine will not alert to.
It could also be operating outside of K band.

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Originally Posted by EscortRadar View Post
The speed sign could be transmitting outside of Ka band or it may be using a modulated signal which our newer detectors filter out.

Last edited by flylow7f39; November 25th, 2018 at 06:06 AM.
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