15B-2.0081 Interim Minimum Design Criteria for Radar Units.
Specific Authority 316.1906 FS.
Law Implemented 316.1906 FS.
History—New 7-12-82m Formerly 15B-2.081, Amended 1-1-90, Repealed 10-18-94.
15B-2.0082 Minimum Design Criteria for Radar Units.
(1) Radar speed measuring devices shall meet the design criteria as set forth in Chapter 3, Subpart A (s.
1221.1 – 1221.4) and Subpart (s. 1221.11 – 1221.24) of the National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration Technical Report, January 1994, D. O. T. HS 808-69, entitled, “Model Minimum
Performance Specifications for Police Traffic Radar Devices,” which is incorporated by reference.
Copies of this material may be obtained by contacting the Department of Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles (DHSMV), Division of Florida Highway Patrol, Telecommunications Administrator, Neil
Kirkman Building, Tallahassee, Florida 32099-0500, or the National Technical Information Service,
Springfield, Virginia 22161.
(2) All radar units used in this State on or after January 1, 1995 shall be designed to operate in the
following frequency ranges as assigned by the Federal Communications Commission for operation of
Doppler radar radio-location units.
24.050 – 24.250 GHz (K-Band) (Common
33.400 – 36.000 GHz (Ka – Band) Referrals)
The radar must have a Doppler audio operating in the range 300 Hz to 4.0 KHz.