i've found on the uk's ofcom site a pdf of their detector tests which they say...
All of the DUTís radiated high-level emissions across a range of frequencies in two
distinct microwave bands (11.4 to 12.1 GHz, and 22.8 to 24.2 GHz approximately). The
magnitude of these emissions was typically 3 mW in the lower frequency band and
12 mW in the upper frequency band.
Practical tests demonstrated that the emissions in the lower frequency band (11.4 to 12.1
GHz) were of a sufficient magnitude to cause interference to a nearby Sky digital satellite
A theoretical assessment indicates with reasonable confidence, that the DUTís tested do
have the potential to cause interference to police radar speed meters operating in the
24.05 to 24.15 GHz band.
Emission limits are set in specifications and standards to protect radio services from
interference. Although there appears to be no specification or limit for the DUTís, it is
noted that the magnitude of the spurious emissions measured would fail to meet the
requirements of any known standard or specification, including those applicable to radio
The radiated emissions from the DUTís tested, which are in effect dual-band (12/24
GHz) receivers, exceed the 30 dBpW radiated limit for direct to home satellite receiving
systems (EN 55013) by 60 dB at 12 GHz and 70 dB at 24 GHz. Radiated emissions of
this magnitude must be considered excessive and unacceptable.
The magnitude of the radiated emissions measured suggest that the designer and
manufacturer have made no attempt to limit the interference potential of these DUTís.
oh well i'm still using my snooper hay its better than rmr!
i find it runny how they say all of this and what do they do about it nothing. just like the fcc trying to get rmr's mike chruchman!