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Hi, briefly browsed over posts.
I have just bought a ex int, first real test the other day. the one issue I did have was checking the frequencies of the Ka and K band alerts as they appeared. alot of false alerts on Ka band. This was with Ka on no segmentation. I found that I needed to right them down so that I could then reference the seg chart to turn off segments that were not Ka police bands. would be nice to open history to see this.
Going on another run tommorrow, will be able to see if the rid light cameras etc appear as I approach being within the 15 km or so vicinity.
I have segmented Ka band 5 & 6 (on only) from written down frequency alerts.
If you are in the United States you need segments, 2/5/8 on and maybe 6 also.
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From Australia, fixed cameras appeared on the map view as suggested would happen. (great)
Picking up police ka band at 34.740 so far. I think Aust police are able to use frequencies between 34.200-35.200 so will segment over this range. Was picking up 33. - - - frequencies with the ex Intl (false alarm) , though the redline(previous model)
running next to the ex intl would not alarm. Any ideas why the ex would go off and the older model would not.
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From Australia, fixed cameras appeared on the map view as suggested would happen. (great)
Picking up police ka band at 34.740 so far. I think Aust police are able to use frequencies between 34.200-35.200 so will segment over this range. Was picking up 33. - - - frequencies with the ex Intl (false alarm) , though the redline(previous model)
running next to the ex intl would not alarm. Any ideas why the ex would go off and the older model would not.
Make sure you know what segments they are running before disabling anything. I am not familiar with what is used outside the USA.
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Since RD's are for us to know what is going on around us, and to be used as a defense mechanism. As with most GPS/ map software, the gps creates a log of your traveled destination along with miles to go,speed etc...
It would be nice to be able to log our travels along with"speeds", so we can justify weather or not our highly trained law enforcement are/were correct in their assessment.

No officer/your honor,i was only going this fast when i was tagged.....

Now due to memory constraints, it could be set up by the user to either log for xxxx amount of time, erase then start logging again or remember the last 10 minutes or what ever when triggered by lazer/radar.




Thoughts???
that would be a pretty cool feature, I think it would only really work for lidar, have it record from the moment you were tagged, to the moment they stopped. they already kind of do that now, since it reports to escort live automatically, its just a matter of incorporating speed data with it. radar would be a bit more difficult since its more broad, you may get radar alert, but he's nowhere in range of getting your speed.
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Hi, briefly browsed over posts.
I have just bought a ex int, first real test the other day. the one issue I did have was checking the frequencies of the Ka and K band alerts as they appeared. alot of false alerts on Ka band. This was with Ka on no segmentation. I found that I needed to right them down so that I could then reference the seg chart to turn off segments that were not Ka police bands. would be nice to open history to see this.
Going on another run tommorrow, will be able to see if the rid light cameras etc appear as I approach being within the 15 km or so vicinity.
I have segmented Ka band 5 & 6 (on only) from written down frequency alerts.
I pulled this from another forum, US Ka band use. and I'm not sure if the +-100mhz is just used as an example or its regulated. I think its the gun manufacturers guideline.

Ka band 33.8, 34.7 & 35.5 Ghz, 100 Mhz allowed variance up or down from Center frequency. 33.7 Ghz to 33.900 Ghz, 34.600 Ghz to 34.800 Ghz & 35.400 Ghz to 35.600 Ghz = in tune. BELOW 33.7 Ghz,34.600 Ghz & 35.400 Ghz or ABOVE 33.900 Ghz,34.800 Ghz & 35.600 Ghz = Out of Tune in their respective portions of the band.

the FCC allows Ka band: 33.400 - 36.000 GHz to be used. after that, then everything gets complicated. I'm learning slowly, but I think at least knowing what LEOs can use will help a little in your segmenting.

in case you wanted

X band. CENTER frequency 10.525 Ghz ,allowed variance = 25 Mhz up or down from Center frequency. 10.500 Ghz to 10.550 Ghz = in tune. BELOW 10.500 Ghz or ABOVE 10.550 Ghz = Out of Tune

K band. Center Frequency = 24.125 Ghz OR 24.150 Ghz (depends on gun make, 24.125 is less common and is usually low powered) 100 Mhz allowed variance up or down from Center Frequency. for the sake of simplicity we will use 24.150 as reference. 24.050 to 24.250 = In tune, BELOW 24.050 or ABOVE 24.250 = Out of Tune

FCC allowed
X band: 10.500 - 10.550 GHz
K band: 24.050 - 24.250 GHz

and I think detectors like the original redline, if sweeping the bands, and a LEO happens to be using one not in one of your sweeps, turned off segment, then you will not get alerted at all. I was told with the DSP units, like the max360, max360c, segmenting doesn't actually turn off the segmented bands, but just silences them. im not sure about the EX, but I would definitely make sure before turning off all the segments
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I pulled this from another forum, US Ka band use. and I'm not sure if the +-100mhz is just used as an example or its regulated. I think its the gun manufacturers guideline.

Ka band 33.8, 34.7 & 35.5 Ghz, 100 Mhz allowed variance up or down from Center frequency. 33.7 Ghz to 33.900 Ghz, 34.600 Ghz to 34.800 Ghz & 35.400 Ghz to 35.600 Ghz = in tune. BELOW 33.7 Ghz,34.600 Ghz & 35.400 Ghz or ABOVE 33.900 Ghz,34.800 Ghz & 35.600 Ghz = Out of Tune in their respective portions of the band.

the FCC allows Ka band: 33.400 - 36.000 GHz to be used. after that, then everything gets complicated. I'm learning slowly, but I think at least knowing what LEOs can use will help a little in your segmenting.

in case you wanted

X band. CENTER frequency 10.525 Ghz ,allowed variance = 25 Mhz up or down from Center frequency. 10.500 Ghz to 10.550 Ghz = in tune. BELOW 10.500 Ghz or ABOVE 10.550 Ghz = Out of Tune

K band. Center Frequency = 24.125 Ghz OR 24.150 Ghz (depends on gun make, 24.125 is less common and is usually low powered) 100 Mhz allowed variance up or down from Center Frequency. for the sake of simplicity we will use 24.150 as reference. 24.050 to 24.250 = In tune, BELOW 24.050 or ABOVE 24.250 = Out of Tune

FCC allowed
X band: 10.500 - 10.550 GHz
K band: 24.050 - 24.250 GHz

and I think detectors like the original redline, if sweeping the bands, and a LEO happens to be using one not in one of your sweeps, turned off segment, then you will not get alerted at all. I was told with the DSP units, like the max360, max360c, segmenting doesn't actually turn off the segmented bands, but just silences them. im not sure about the EX, but I would definitely make sure before turning off all the segments
Correct. In the digital units like the 360,360c, Max, Maxci, segmenting only silences the segments not turned on. The detector still scans wide band.

WIth the Redline EX it is uses DSP, however it does still have an analog receiver, so I believe that it will actually turn them off like the Redline Oroginal did.
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