The Perfect Gadget to Save Your Self From Traffic Police.

Syed Zain M Abidi
4 min readJan 11, 2024

Trust me this Gadget should be Made Illegal, but people use it.

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If you love speeding, which you should not, then this article is for you. The fact that traffic police always get you busted for overspeeding is a good thing considering the fact that it is dangerous and lethal for many. I would suggest you first dont read this article but, if you still want to fulfill the devil's wish inside you then go ahead.

The Technology Behind Police Radar for Speed Detection

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Law enforcement agencies around the world rely on advanced technologies to enforce traffic regulations and ensure road safety. One of the key tools in their arsenal is radar technology, which is extensively used for speed detection. In this article, we will delve into the radars employed by police for monitoring vehicle speeds, exploring the various frequency ranges utilized for this purpose.

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Radar Technology in Speed Detection:

Radar, an acronym for Radio Detection and Ranging, is a technology that uses radio waves to detect and determine the speed of objects. In the context of law enforcement, police use radar devices to monitor the speed of vehicles on roadways accurately. The primary objective is to identify and deter speeding, thereby reducing the likelihood of accidents and enhancing overall road safety.

Frequency Bands Used by Police Radars:

Police radar devices typically operate in three main frequency bands: X-band, K-band, and Ka-band.

1. X-band: This radar band operates in the frequency range of approximately 10.5 to 10.55 GHz. While it was historically a popular choice for police radar systems, X-band radar has become less common in recent years due to its susceptibility to interference from other sources, including automatic door openers.

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Syed Zain M Abidi

An Engineer by profession, Tech enthusiast, Hobbyist, Hacker(EC-Council CT Recipient) and a CFT-YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/@REVAMP-STUDIOS