V1 Gen2 does not have GPS – Why?

Here’s the fallacy with GPS detectors—they can’t block a signal at its source because they don’t know where that is. They know only where your car is, so they block a zone all around your car. This may be okay in a weak detector, but a long-range detector may find that signal a mile away. Now GPS works against you because the block covers a huge zone. Worse yet, the block doesn’t pinpoint a single frequency, it blocks a wider band of frequencies that includes the offending signal. Now if traffic radar sets up within that blocked territory around your car, on a frequency within the blocked band, you’ll get no warning.

We think blocking signals we can’t pinpoint is too risky. Instead, V1 Gen2 characterizes every signal we find using our patented SAW D2L high-speed signal processor, then weeds out the ones that don’t fit the pattern of speed radar. V1 Gen2 combines long range with lowered risk.

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