Well theres been a lot of talk about narrow ka recently and wanted to discuss it a little.
We have super wide ka but not narrow ka.
I pretty much know what narrow ka means but what, in greater detail does it mean for RD's.
Do we mean that we want the ability to pick the frequency that the detector searches for or do we mean that we want a detector that has an unbelievable ability to sniff out ka band.
Because lets face it, Instant On Ka is deadly, straight deadly. You put it in the right LEO's hands and its hard to beat.
For users like me that live in rural areas, its a big deal with me. On the open highways I'm good, almost always (except in the late night). I'm usually on a road that is 2 laned and very curvy/vast terrained. And I rarley get a reading on the roads I drive on before I get hit with ka.
So what is rd.nets thoughts on this subject. I think that the Radar Companys really need to get on top of this.