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    Default New REAR facing speed camera (Western Australia)-Photos inc.

    Check this out.
    They are trying to get revenue from motorcycles by having rear facing cameras and concealed.
    Not sure if a Multinova inside (anyone know?), sure RD range will be bad as if multivova, is low powered Ka band and pointing away from the radar detector..

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    man thats sly.....i woulda tipped it over oh id say it is a GATSO...it has the 2 windows......has the battery and everything...maybee a K band gatso.

    Could be a multinova but id say more like a gatso

    Was the cop parked near by??

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    Without seeing a closer photo, it does appear to be a Gatso. Rectangle radar antenna at the top of the box and camera below. And more than likely K- band, as Ku band isn't authorised by the Australian Communications Authority here for Traffic Radar.

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    They have multinovas (Ka band) over here so sure will be one of those in a box , will have to test against the RD.
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    yeah but where is the flash??? I dont know if it is a multinova....just doesnt look like one...id really like to see inside the bin....anyone found anymore photos....or atleast go past one and see what band it is running.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwsoftware
    They have multinovas (Ka band) over here so sure will be one of those in a box , will have to test against the RD.
    Matt
    yeah,realise that, but how would they fit the antenna that a Multinova has in there? Hence why I wonder if they are trying Gatsos?
    Our Hong Kong Nova Guru might be able to answer that one.
    Guess you'll need to try a tech mode on a RD to see what the frequency is then.

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    my thoughts exactly....its a fairly big antenna to fit into that bin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stalcar
    Guess you'll need to try a tech mode on a RD to see what the frequency is then.
    They are Ka Band...

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    You know, with all the electronics in there, I wonder what would happen if you poured the contents of that black container over the camera. :twisted:

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    That is a Multanova MultaGard container; it is a portable cabin with a Multanova 6F inside.

 

 

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