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utah62

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Would like to test here in the Netherlands. The radars here, gatso and mrct, are very difficult to detect.
 

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The few interesting tidbits from the specs:

  • Selection of frequencies depending on the region of the hybrid’s use (Europe, World, USA, Israel, CIS, PRO1, PRO2)

  • Intelligent processing of Trip Track cameras
What would that be, how would it be done ?

  • Adding Silent Zone and Dangerous Zone
  • Adjusting Silent Zone and Dangerous Zone ranges

  • Protecting the car battery: the hybrid turns off when the battery voltage drops below the set threshold
Last time I saw that it was on my old Blackvue. Nowadays we have to buy a separate module for that.
 

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Welcome and buckle up!
 

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That's crazy... everything has GPS and Bluetooth and yada yada in it nowadays. It's crazy that that can be patentable in the first place. Maybe the application of how GPS is used, but just sticking a GPS chip in something shouldn't be something you should be able to sue over.

but I'm not a judge or a lawyer and I don't want to go too off topic here...
You can patent some crazy stuff and get a grant. Just read a patent yesterday for 2 axis Gantry system (think laser cutter) where they somehow got a patent on the aspect ratio of one of the gantries. Like, wtf, it's not obvious that maybe instead of a 1:8 rectangle maybe you should try a 1:5 if you care about rigidity?

Now, I'm sure it'd likely be found non-enforceable in court, but not before you spend millions litigating over it.

In any case, welcome to the forum, always good to have new players in the market pushing innovation!
 

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Who makes your detectors?

Just saw.... no detectors for sale on your website
 

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Just saw.... no detectors for sale on your website
The detectors are under "Hybrids"

They are more than likely made by Autowave, if "leading Korean manufacturer" means "There's one leading Korean manufacturer".
 

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lol for sale- Escort 360c and Uniden R3! -This unit makes me drool. I wonder if the demand will exceed the hottest new Uniden R7. If it passes the Vortex tests I'm in! It looks so modern and cool. Wonder if they have any Jammers coming out?
 

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They are not made by Attowave. It's the same factory that makes Genevo.
Here goes my secret hope of the next Radenso using that form factor :)
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...This unit makes me drool. ...
I probably spent a full day researching it the day I discovered them a few months ago.

The most I could find is that this is at least the third model with such a form factor, and that the RD part in the first version was nothing to write home about.
 
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Welcome to RDF!

Can you tell us a little more about the X-COP 9200? It has some really novel features, like a planar array antenna instead of a horn and a magnetic mount with pass-through power. Are there any plans to bring it to the US market?

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The video on the site shows they developed BSM filtering to remove false alerts. Would love to see this in action. Please send one to @Vortex for review !!!


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Where would the horn be on that 9200 thingie ?
 

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The video on the site shows they developed BSM filtering to remove false alerts. Would love to see this in action.
Everyone advertises that they can filter out BSM's, but no one can do it 100%. Jon mentioned these are made in the same factory that makes Genevo, so the BSM filtering may be pretty good. This detector has a GPS database for American threats and can be set to English so things are looking promising. :)

I'm really curious about the capabilities of its patch antenna...
 

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So - I think the OP needs to chime in here, after the initial "Hello"

- Xcop 9200 - Patch antena (flat design)
- Xcop 9300s - horn (elongated design) ? Or patch ?
 

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The OP is probably re-thinking their decision to join a group of rabid enthusiasts.. haha :)
 

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Me think the OP is balancing the fine line between selling their product and not making enough noise to put a certain patent trigger-happy company on their tail.
I'd be him/her, I'd communicate with Vortex about that visiting Euro tourist who is nice enough to let him play around with it during their visit, and those overseas Fleabay sellers who can sometimes deliver to the US by mistake ;)
 

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