Has your radar detector become a “new car detector”? Because of advancements in technology, many of today’s new cars are equipped with collision detection systems or blind spot detectors – most of which can create false K Band alerts on radar detectors.
To combat this issue, The Whistler Group, Inc., a supplier of international state-of- the-art electronics and automotive laser/radar detection systems, announced today that it has developed a new technology to combat the rise in nuisance alerts caused by products operating on the same frequencies as police radars.
Whistler announced today that its 2016 line of radar detectors will offer bilingual text and voice features.
There are currently 41 million native Spanish speakers living in the United States today – and another 11.6 million people who are bilingual in both Spanish and English. Due to this growing statistic, Whistler recognizes the importance of a bilingual option on models featuring full text displays and Real Voice Alerts®. Users will have the option of selecting English or Spanish on models including the Z-15R+, Z-19R+, Z-31R+ as well as the CR73, CR88 and CR93 models.
Whistler announced today a huge step forward in scanner technology with the addition of two new models to their scanner line up – the TRX-1 and TRX-2 featuring Digital Mobile Radio capabilities.
The Whistler TRX-1 (handheld) and TRX-2 (desktop/Mobile) are multi-system adaptive digital trunking scanners with Motorola P25 Phase I, X2-TDMA, Phase II and DMR making them capable of monitoring the following unencrypted channels/systems.
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