The latest Escort Max 360c now supports MRCD photo radar detection. To enable it, you will need to run Escort Live app and go into Radar Settings.
This is the setup guide for programming your Escort Redline EX radar laser detector. Ka band segmentation is highly recommended. Turn on MRCD if MultaRadar photo radar is used in your region.
Edmonton is Canada's speed trap capital, with excessive police speed enforcements, roadside MRCD photo radar, overpass photo LIDAR, and intersection speed cameras. KMPH recommends the following radar detectors and laser defence to help you stay ticket-free in Edmonton.
Edmonton has re-introduced disguised photo radar boxes as a tool to catch speeders. Update: we have just received confirmation MRCD are used in these photo radar box! In early 2016, City of Edmonton replaced all of its Ka-band photo radar equipments with MultaRadar (MRCD).
A CBC news article showed that a Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officer was operating a DragonEye Compact (DETC) laser gun during the Victoria long weekend speed enforcement in St. John's, NFLD.
MultaRadar, or MRCD in short, is a mobile photo radar technology from Jenoptik, typically deployed in a container box or a dedicated speed-measuring vehicle. MRCD was first used in Edmonton, and parts of Quebec (stationary), but later became widely adopted throughout Alberta and Ontario.