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    Default Stinger DSI better than the V1???

    Quote Originally Posted by SmaartAasSaabr
    SmaartAssSaabr does this work in the US??? why hasn't anyone else brought this up? 1200 M for multinova must mean 10000 M for KA low power in NY

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    Should work fine, maybe you'd need to have programmed it for X K Ka etc... but from what I hear it should be "crazy awesome"...

    but make sure to purchase the radar-detector module to plug into the setup. In the UK a fully loaded setup is about 1000 pounds, so perhaps $1900 shipped to you in the US? With $1400 Spectre-proofed V1's it starts to sound interesting.

    http://www.stinger.com/index.php?lan...dsi&pg=prijzen

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    ALERT!! ALERT!! ALERT!! ALERT!! ALERT!! ALERT!! ALERT!!

    DSI Stinger detects ONLY 34,3 GHz in Ka band. NO ANY other Ka frequency!

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    uh oh :shock: There is no way to reprogram for the whole band?

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    Default Re: Stinger DSI better than the V1???

    Quote Originally Posted by Beeej259
    Quote Originally Posted by SmaartAasSaabr
    SmaartAssSaabr does this work in the US??? why hasn't anyone else brought this up? 1200 M for multinova must mean 10000 M for KA low power in NY
    It has a GPS system to tell it where the multinova's are thats why their isd a great range

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    No you can't reliably use a GPS for this, as the Multanovas are generally lightweight portable tripods. I am guessing the patch antenna and the concentration on 34,3 GHz gives the outstanding range. But looking at the modularity of the system, there must be a way to get a full Ka. I am going to contact Stinger and see what can be found.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmaartAasSaabr
    No But looking at the modularity of the system, there must be a way to get a full Ka. I am going to contact Stinger and see what can be found.
    I already did that. At that time they said they didnīt have plans to go overseas. The antenna is designed to receive only 34,3. As the guy from Stinger said, SW Ka antenna would request time and money ....

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    this would be the best system if it wasnt still in the making give it some time price tag is alittle big but if it came with a jammer i would put my money on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by D.E.T
    DSI Stinger detects ONLY 34,3 GHz in Ka band. NO ANY other Ka frequency!
    Their use of the phrase "spectrum analyzer" implies the ability to receive a wide band of frequencies.

    Of course that doesn't mean it actually does, in which case they are mis-using the term.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifespeed
    Quote Originally Posted by D.E.T
    DSI Stinger detects ONLY 34,3 GHz in Ka band. NO ANY other Ka frequency!
    Their use of the phrase "spectrum analyzer" implies the ability to receive a wide band of frequencies.

    Of course that doesn't mean it actually does, in which case they are mis-using the term.
    Disappointing...for that price, i'd expect superwide.

 

 

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