RDFGS Radar & Laser Database

RDFGS Radar & Laser Database


The RDF Geographical Survey (or RDFGS) is an interactive, up-to-date database of radar/laser threats around the United States, with information on radar detector/laser jammer laws, and includes specific details down to the city level regarding speed enforcement tactics and technology. The system was developed completely in-house and is maintained by the RDF (radardetectorforum.org) community. In the world of radar and laser countermeasures, knowledge is the key to survival.

This application is not intended for navigational purposes; it is completely different than Trapster and Waze - our data is based on confirmed threats which cover certain geographical areas. There are no "live events" such as "laser threat 500 meters away," that is not the intent of this application. This application is mainly intended for mapping out specific areas and showing what types of speed enforcement those areas employ.

Recent changes:
1.03:

- Net-code optimization.

1.02:

- Fixed orientation problem on slide-out keyboards.

1.01:

- Fixed orientation problem (app is supposed to be used in portrait mode).

- Fixed button text not showing up on light themed phones.

1.0:

- Initial release.
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4.3
User ratings
96
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
1
File size
37 kb
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About RDFGS Radar & Laser Database
The RDF Geographical Survey (or RDFGS) is an interactive, up-to-date database of radar/laser threats around the United States, with information on radar detector/laser jammer laws, and includes specific details down to the city level regarding speed enforcement tactics and technology. The system was developed completely in-house and is maintained by the RDF (radardetectorforum.org) community. In the world of radar and laser countermeasures, knowledge is the key to survival.

This application is not intended for navigational purposes; it is completely different than Trapster and Waze - our data is based on confirmed threats which cover certain geographical areas. There are no "live events" such as "laser threat 500 meters away," that is not the intent of this application. This application is mainly intended for mapping out specific areas and showing what types of speed enforcement those areas employ.

Recent changes:
1.03:

- Net-code optimization.

1.02:

- Fixed orientation problem on slide-out keyboards.

1.01:

- Fixed orientation problem (app is supposed to be used in portrait mode).

- Fixed button text not showing up on light themed phones.

1.0:

- Initial release.

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A Google User
Oct 26, 2014
No menu Not designed to work with note devices "no menu '
A Google User
Oct 24, 2014
Sucks
A Google User
Sep 30, 2014
Huh? What am I supposed to do with this? The map has colored regions but there's no legend to tell you what anything means. Pretty useless.
A Google User
Sep 16, 2014
Cool!
A Google User
Feb 13, 2014
Beware Installation of this App will "AUTOMATICALLY" create a new monthly charge on your cellular bill! I use Sprint, I can't say for the other service providers.