Nice DSP (NetRadar) Detection

Discussion in 'Stories from the Front Lines' started by CRS123, Jul 26, 2018.

  1. CRS123

    CRS123 Premium Member Intermediate User Premium Member

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    On Pacific Coast Highway, going PSL because this area is fiercely enforced Lidar, C/O, I/O etc. This was a local sheriff with C/O (C/O is becoming more rare) I'm pleased with the distance of the first detection given the curvy terrain on the coast. Here is a video>
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    NetNViper Learning to Drive General User

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    Due to the poor performance of my original dual NetRadar antennas, I was very slow/skeptical to transition to the newer NetRadar DSP antennas; after all, there was a lot of hype on the rdforum stating how good the original NetRadar system was performing, but I didn't have a good experience with my original NetRadar system which is why I purchased a Uniden R3 to increase my detection range. However, a couple of days ago, I decided to transition to the newer NetRadar DSP dual antennas, and I am extremely impressed with the performance/detection range of the NetRadar DSP. The NetRadar DSP system is absolutely awesome! I am now a happy NetRadar DSP customer! :)
     
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