New Genevo products can detect the feared MultaRadars CD, CT and Gatso RT3
Two new products, launched in spring 2017, can detect MultaRadars CD/CT and GATSO.
The compact portable radar detector of the highest quality, Genevo ONE M, and the fixed set Genevo PRO. Both of these 2017 spring newcomers can reliably detect the feared MultaRadars CD/CT and GATSO RT3, which cannot be detected by most other radar detectors. The engineers of these new Genevo products have spent more than two years developing and testing a new radar antenna that can detect MultaRadars and GATSO RT3. In comparison with competitors´ products they can do so for much longer distances and virtually without any false alarms. The new Genevo detectors are currently the best detectors on the market. Genevo PRO is a built-in detector that can be connected with a laser jammer. It has a removable display, which can be simply put in a pocket, which means that the device is then deactivated (and legalised for use in all Europe). If you are looking for a built in All In One antiradar that is reliable all across Europe, the Genevo PRO is the obvious choice!
What is the MultaRadar CD/CT?
MultaRadars CD and CT work in the pulse K-band with low output and are fitted with a flat antenna which radiates sideways only minimally. That makes the detection of such radars really difficult even for the highest quality detectors. These MultaRadars are installed virtually invisibly in unmarked police cars.
What is the GATSO RT3?
The GATSO RT3 is a tracking radar designed to detect and track up to 12 vehicles in the coverage area at the same time. Both the speed and position of the vehicles are accurately measured, providing the system with all the data required to determine speeding and red-light violations. The RT3 detects both approaching and receding traffic, allowing installation on whichever side of the road is more convenient for installation. In addition, the RT3 will reliably indicate the position of the violating vehicle.
In which countries do the Police use MultaRadar CD/CT or GATSO RT3?
- Great Britain