Jun 28

New Long Range Remote Coming: DSP Net Radar

So the cat has been let out of the bag. 🙂 For those of you guys who are loving the new high performance Uniden R1 and R3 but prefer remote mount detectors, Net Radar is currently developing an updated remote RD that is promising to offer long range performance and effective BSM filtering like the R1/R3 and it’ll plug it into your AntiLaser Priority laser jammer system.

Here’s a sneak peek at the internals of a development copy of the new DSP Net Radar (originally posted here).

Internals of a development copy of the DSP Net Radar

Now this radar detector is still being developed and no word yet on exact pricing or release date since it’s still early on in the process. Also, for those of you guys who already have the current (and excellent) Net Radar antenna, when the new one comes out, you’ll be able to move it to the back, add the new one to the front, and use both together to get arrows. (or you could use two new ones as well). Either way, this should be a good option for both current and new Net Radar owners and it’s expected to be a solid contender for the best remote mount radar detector!



    I have tried to find out if Uniden radar detectors (in particular the R3) are available in Europe for use in the UK. I have contacted Uniden but they have not replied. Does anyone out there know the answer please?

  2. Craig Sadler

    I’m REALLY looking forward to the new remote. I just purchased the current remote to replace a dead STiR+…to be installed sometime this week. I really hope the new release will be compatible with being able to move my current NetRadar to the rear, and that cabling between the two will be the same for ease of switching them out. Per hour labor costs for remote installs is high these days.

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