TruCam radar location map on the roads of Ukraine
Police radar - Doppler radar, designed to measure the speed of an object (usually a car). These radars are used by law enforcement agencies to monitor speed on the roads, as well as in some sports.
From March 25, an additional 25 instruments for measuring the speed of TruCam will appear in the arsenal of the Patrol Police of Ukraine. The total number of radars will be 75 units.
“From March 25, another 25 devices will be used by the patrol police to measure the speed of movement. The total number of devices that will be used from Monday is 75, ” Alexey Beloshitsky, deputy head of the Patrol Police of Ukraine , wrote on his Facebook page.
These devices will receive inspectors in 17 regions of Ukraine: Vinnitsa, Volyn, Dnipropetrovsk, Zhytomyr, Transcarpathian, Kiev, Kirovograd, Lviv, Nikolaev, Poltava, Rivne, Ternopil, Kharkov, Kherson, Khmelnitsky, Cherkasy and Chernivtsi. Road sections on which radar will appear are marked in red on the attached map. Places where speed meters are already in use are marked in blue.
Alexey Beloshitsky stressed that the police continue to use the most open approach to checking the speed limit on the roads of Ukraine. Despite this, since the beginning of the use of TruCam on the roads of the country, more than 83 thousand protocols have been drawn up for speeding.
The radar emits a radio signal and records the reflected signal. By changing the frequency, the radar calculates the speed difference between the radar itself and the object and thus determines the speed of the car.
Some types of radar allow you to measure speed from a moving patrol car. At the same time, the radar receives information about its own speed of the patrol car from the signal reflected from the road.
According to the laws of Ukraine, radar readings without video or photo registration can be considered invalid. In addition, each radar must have a verification form confirming the good condition of the instrument, and the instrument itself must be certified for use in Ukraine.
Via avto.informator.ua & wiki