I don't know. Indiana is listed as 2/5/6/8/9 on the first post by @Vortex Locations where additional Ka segments (ie. segment 6) are needed
Too late to go find, but there was traffic from Indiana RDF members and others talking drifting radar in 35.5 area they saw. Which makes some sense with the 35.5 density around certain areas here in Indiana. I run the recommended segments above when segmenting. With ER DSP products supposed to not hurt performance. Seems like folks tweak hard the R series because it affects performance. Less segments the better to get those moon shots. Currently I am running R7 wide and no segments. Seems to do well. R7 DSP ER (Max series), and ER RL EX have not been Ka falsing devices for me. When they go off, normally can count they are real alerts.I don't know. Indiana is listed as 2/5/6/8/9 on the first post by @Vortex Locations where additional Ka segments (ie. segment 6) are needed
If I look at RDF GS v1, I don't see anything regarding Ka Seg 9 (35.613 – 35.828). It's possible the the Ka Seg 9 was a Unicorn or mis-reported.
From looking at my JBV1 Log, I may have seen something there once, but it could have been anything (a satelitte dish, other interference, ...)
I have no issue removing it.
Sorry, but I'm not finding the posts mentioning encounters in NY requiring KA seg 1. Could someone post a link or post number? Thank you.
Check out the post below. I give a lot of weight to @Transporter’s experience.Sorry, but I'm not finding the posts mentioning encounters in NY requiring KA seg 1. Could someone post a link or post number? Thank you.
It's hidden at the bottom of post 265 above.Oh geez, when did seg 1 get recommended for NY? Been only running 2/4/5/6/8 for quite some time. Can someone link me to the post where this was recommended?
Try it and see. Every time I open my sweeps up a bit, I get more falses that I can't find a source for. If you are running full segment 4 and full segment 6, you probably already know.How many falses am really I going to get on seg 1 if I enable it? I'm running 2/4/5/6/8 right now. I realize the chance of a seg 1 detection is miniscule, but if there is no performance reduction or extra falsing, then why not enable it.