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In 1983 the U.S. FCC allocated the spectrum from 34.2 - 35.2 GHz (Ka
band) for traffic radar use, that same year Ka band photo (Across the
Road) radars started appearing in the United States. Nine years later in
1992 the FCC expanded the Ka band spectrum allocated for traffic radar
use to 33.4 - 36 GHz.
Ka band radars typically have more narrow beams than X or K band radars. Target detection range depends on moisture in the atmosphere (rain or humidity), the more moisture the less range.
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