Police radars in use in Belgium as of 08-09-2017:
- Gatso24, static & mobile (K band, 24.125Ghz).
- Multanova 6F, mobile (Ka band, 34.3Ghz, in use on the highway and some local roads).
- Mesta 210C, static & mobile (K band, 24.125Ghz, low power; hard to detect, just a couple bleeps, in use on the highway and local roads).
- Redflex NK7, Continuous wave (CW) Doppler radar, 24.1 GHz, and/or tracking radar option; Frequency modulated continuous wave (FMCW) radar, 24.2 GHz.
- Multaradar C/ CM, mobile (K band, 24.125Ghz, low power; hard to detect).
- Multaradar CD, mobile (K band, FM modulated non continuous wave, low power; hard to detect but can be distinguished because of it’s “unique” signal).
- A handful of old Mesta’s and Multanova 9F’s may still be in use at some local police zones.
Other speed traps in use in Belgium:
- Gatsometer and Robot static speedcams with induction loops (mostly used at intersections).
- Traffic Observer, Lidar speedcam (mostly used at road works on the highway and in 30km/h zones, the location rotates every week 8+ in use).
- Section Controls, on the highway and local roads.
- Besides the Traffic Observer there are no lidar guns in use whatsoever.
How to set up your Beltronics / Escort radar detector for speed traps in Belgium?
- X OFF
- KSW OFF
- KaSW OFF
- POP OFF
- SWS OFF
- LSR ON (Only if you want to detect the Traffic Observer)
- RDR OFF
- K1 ON (24.050 – 24.110)
- K2 ON (24.110 – 24.175)
- KA4 ON (34.206 – 34.589)
- MRCD ON
- MRCT OFF
- GATSO OFF
Please note that possessing and/or using a radardetector is forbidden in Belgium! (Spectre RDD’s are not actively in use).
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