How Traffic Sensor Rejection (TSR) Works

How TSR works









How TSR Works

The traffic sensor system is becoming more and more common to monitor traffic on the road.

These systems, which are becoming more widely used in several countries, generate K band signals to measure the flow of traffic on a given road. Unfortunately, most detectors see this as a real threat and will alert you to it unnecessarily; generating a lot of false alerts.

To overcome this problem, Escort’s Max , Max2, 9500ix and 8500X50  has a software to eliminate excessive alerts from erroneous X and K band sources, from such traffic flow monitoring systems. This new proprietary software, TSR, intelligently sorts, ranks and rejects these types of false alarms automatically. The result is ultimate protection without excessive false alarms.

Editor’s Note: For details on how to select a radar detector, read about our Radar Detector Guide.

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