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Scanning a band against band-delimitation

The Shadow Stealth antennas are designed and manufactured for the European market. Our antennas scan both, the K-band and Ka-band. Now we explain the operation of our antennas against others.

A speed radar emits a signal, which bounce off a moving vehicle, so it calculates the speed and shoots a photo camera.

In this graph we can see a radar emitting in 35.5 GHz, as is within the scanning range of our antenna (5 times per second), will be detected by it.

But radars tend to get out of adjustment, for example, a radar should emit at 35.5 GHz, is uncalibrated, and emits at 35.39 GHz. If we use a band-delimitated radar detector, it will not notify the presence of the radar.