says his company's newest hand-held radars have wide radio bands that allow them to produce clearer images and penetrate deeper than many current ground radars.
What does HHR stand for?
HHR stands for Hand-Held Radar
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The new hand-held radar gun is used to fine minibuses, taxis and pick-ups, while the mobile radar is used for heavy trucks and buses.
The pictures do not show officers enforcing hand-held radar detection.
But he is confident he will be cleared again as the hand-held radar gun used to catch him does not have government approval either.
A high-profile police presence is being planned plus more speed traps - both visible through Arrive Alive vehicles and officers using hand-held radar guns - and covert, using the helicopter.
Officers from Neston Community Action Team need volunteers to undergo training with hand-held radar guns and a speed indicator display which flashes up a sad or smiley face, depending on the speed of a car as it passes.
Byline: By MARIE SHARP TRAFFIC wardens armed with hand-held radars are being introduced in Edinburgh in the war against rogue motorists.
Extra patrols will operate in the area and officers will also be equipped with hand-held radar speed detectors.