- May 18, 2018
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Yes, you are amazing. I appreciate what you do, ams the time it takes. Plus taking time to share it with us. I was speaking to the vibrant complaints your observations using your methods you just repeated above were tilted. As I read the post further, the discussion from the person became less agitated. No more comments like “commercial for Radenso”. I also learned nuances dealing with R series priority settings as a result of more constructive dialogue later. The conversation could have started out that way.No. It was alluded that it could cause some sort of interference in the detection, and it is possible. It was someone else looking for a reason, or possible explanation, of why. That’s all.
Where my RC-M antenna is located, has never falsed the Uniden, but that’s not really the jist of the discussion.
After I took a quick look, others have done a little more in-depth look at what 1.48 is doing.
I just heard of and then found something very odd with the behavior than what I was use to. Had I not had the RC-M, as a comparison, I could’ve missed it and chalked up the experience on all sorts of other factors, like weather, traffic etc.
It’s not something I do for a test, but I’ve done enough running around on quick trip to the store that I’ll occasionally run a windshield mount detector along with the RC-M, which is mounted behind the grill of my truck, to see if there’s any irregularities. These could include finding a MRCD rig that’s transmitting below the floor of the R3.
Unfortunately, the RC-M does not show me the actual 2 frequencies of the MRCD trap like the R-Ex does.
Knowing that, just running the R3 by itself, doesn’t tell me anything about what the MRCD operator is doing, or if the MRCD trap is even active at the time I approach it or pass it if there’s no signal.
If I have the time, and I find something off, I’ll usually go back at it independently. That’s if I have time.
I can’t stress enough that this wasn’t a test on my part. I just picked up the irregularities that others had brought up and confirmed that I agreed that there was something way off from my experience and time with the R3 on 1.46.
The others looked into it further and confirmed what I couldn’t and didn’t have the time for.
@DrHow understandings what I’m usually up to, and if he had some questions, he’s pretty good at reaching out to me to ask. I don’t think I’ve let him down yet. I try to be as transparent as I can.
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I do have a view (accurate or not), if a RCM mounted the way yours is in your type of vehicle was causing performance hurting interference with the R3, any vehicle surrounding a R3 user that had another detector (remote or windshield), would also affect the R3 performance. This assumes the R3 had a ragged edge sensitivity exposure to radar detectors well beyond the typical dual mounting on a windshield. If this was so, I would not want to use my R series anymore. Too many folks where I travel that have RDs, which odds of one being close enough to hurt the R performance would be too great. I don’t believe at this time the R3 is affected by this phenomenon.