This microwave detector is designed to receive the radar signals most commonly used in your country:
The K band (24GHz), in disuse. There are still some active units.
The Ka band (34-36GHz) is the most widely used for overhead, mobile and hidden radars at present.
The Ka band uses 4 typical frequencies: 34.26, 34.36, 34.7 and 35.5GHz, which can be selected separately. For greater coverage using this band, the whole band can also be selected.
This device does not detect signals from laser speed cameras. This kind of signal gives no prior warning to drivers, as they work almost instantly, making it impossible to provide a speed-related warning.

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