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The great thing about it being Linux is that there is a chance that when radar is detected the driver will not be the only one who panics.
 

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I’m not even sure I NEED this tbh... my R3 fits my needs just fine.

I get almost no falses on my commute already. Maybe one a week tops...
Please send me PM of your R3 settings. This is not post Area to discuss. I a, interested how you keep good K band available Indiana LEO, and get one false a week. I can’t get that (now running 1.5) ever.
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Oooh @Randy at Radenso you guys better deliver since damn...shots fired.

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Yeah tensorflow is amazing. It makes in one line something that was just a pipedream 8 years ago. I.e image recognition: 8 years ago the idea of using a computer to tell a difference between a bird and a bench required massive computing. Nowdays it's only a few lines of code in tensorflow.
funny photo of the week. You will get your doggie Medal of Honor in.., “two weeks”.
 
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Was a date given for reveal of a prototype?

I’ve read just about every post related to this topic, but, I didn’t see a timeframe (other than 2020).
 

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Was a date given for reveal of a prototype?

I’ve read just about every post related to this topic, but, I didn’t see a timeframe (other than 2020).
No specific dates were given whatsoever. We all just have to patiently wait until some time in 2020
 

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Was a date given for reveal of a prototype?

I’ve read just about every post related to this topic, but, I didn’t see a timeframe (other than 2020).
In the third video by Vortex, where he interviews Jon, that was one of the questions.
 

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Should be just under USB PD requirements (tried to avoid that at all costs to eliminate complexity).

Yes, we use Tensorflow for our AI. We train it on a bunch of RTX 2080 TI video cards.
cool, are you running tensorflow at the edge on the 3328-JD4? Their site still shows “follow up support” for tensorflow
 
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cool, are you running tensorflow at the edge on the 3328-JD4? Their site still shows “follow up support” for tensorflow
"follow up support" is in reference to the NPU which they are not using.
 

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We will try to answer many questions but we are pretty busy in the booth here at SEMA as well!

Release date: Sometime 2020
Price: To be announced in the future

Bravo!

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Thanks for sharing a vast amount of detailed information on your new product in development. NO ONE ELSE would release anything like that on products still in development. I take it you were securing the IP prior to SEMA. And thank you @Vortex for interviewing and providing videos on all this new Radenso technology. I'm truly impressed.

I used RF Fingerprinting equipment back in the mid 90's with a leading cell phone carrier when that exact technology was employed to combat cell phone cloning. It looked at the transmitter ramp-up, phase distortion and spurious output to identify if a phone was using another phone's ESN, and if the fingerprint matched or it was a totally different phone model. It would send a hangup tone over the (AMPS) traffic channel to disconnect cloned phone. It would also know that phone was somewhere else, and block it from making calls anywhere it went. Smart stuff back in the 90's!. Looking at phase angles and I/Q constellations was part of early digital decoding (QAM), and that was all being done back then. CDMA was even more ingenious. They even talked about "phased array" potential, which started way back in the early 2000's, but is now how cell site antennas work. I'm glad Rob talked about all the multi-path stuff and high dynamic range to combat front end overload. SDR FPGA and all. He answered all of my questions about multiple bogies and strong signals, where some are very strong and others weak. Of course Jon also answered many of my questions. Very detailed. I love the open source ideas. It's going to be spectacular.

I'm very impressed. Can't wait to own one! Now, what to do with the "ancient technology" detectors???

The future is bright for Radenso. Well done!

Phil
 

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Or you know...we are at a trade show and Jon is insanely busy.
What I do know... is that all 3 of you have been on this Forum multiple times Posting- since I asked the ques.
Tks for the f/b.
 

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What I do know... is that all 3 of you have been on this Forum multiple times Posting- since I asked the ques.
Tks for the f/b.
You're not going to get very far asking a sales or ecommerce director about bit depth my friend. I am slowly trying to work my way through over 1000 posts.

We chose a pin compatible family of ADCs that are offered in 12, 14, and 16 bits as well as varying sample rates for each configuration. We will either be using a 14 or 16 bit in the final product, most likely a 16 bit. Just waiting to see a couple final things BOM cost wise.

Like the rest of our design, since it's pin compatible we can swap out at any time to a better performing one or a lower performing one without redesigning any other hardware.
 

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All I can say is- WOW !
Very,very impressive & that was what I was hoping you would choose. :happyanim:
You're not going to get very far asking a sales or ecommerce director about bit depth my friend. I am slowly trying to work my way through over 1000 posts.

We chose a pin compatible family of ADCs that are offered in 12, 14, and 16 bits as well as varying sample rates for each configuration. We will either be using a 14 or 16 bit in the final product, most likely a 16 bit. Just waiting to see a couple final things BOM cost wise.

Like the rest of our design, since it's pin compatible we can swap out at any time to a better performing one or a lower performing one without redesigning any other hardware.[/B]
 

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You're not going to get very far asking a sales or ecommerce director about bit depth my friend. I am slowly trying to work my way through over 1000 posts.

We chose a pin compatible family of ADCs that are offered in 12, 14, and 16 bits as well as varying sample rates for each configuration. We will either be using a 14 or 16 bit in the final product, most likely a 16 bit. Just waiting to see a couple final things BOM cost wise.

Like the rest of our design, since it's pin compatible we can swap out at any time to a better performing one or a lower performing one without redesigning any other hardware.
*drooling drunk emoji* too drunk to fin it, its game day
 

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You tell me if this is a save.
I'm driving down 95 in a construction zone in MD. Redline goes off to lidar. Up ahead on the side of the road is a white SUV, behind it is a Poliscan shooting cars in the rear. I slow down before I get in the kill zone of the Poliscan.
This has happened to me multiple times.

Hit play below if you're still confused.

OK so I hit play, and basically the Video directly proves my point: that if one HAPPENS to get LUCKY they can SOMETIMES maybe if everything lines up just perfect in ones favor get lucky enough to get a warning to again MAYBE slow down in time against FIXED Poliscan only due to how it scans multiple lanes. In other words the Video proves that Detectors are absolutely no match for Lidar, especially when it comes to LEOs using handhelds!

Next your specific encounter without any video doesn't seem to hold up to how Lidar works. Just exactly how did a signal get to your Detector to provide a heads up? You are claiming you got a hit off a Poliscan shooting cars in the rear up ahead of you while you were coming up on it? Lidar does not reflect like Radar does in waves and at all angles. Where there properly positioned refraction prisms setup to get the Lidar beam bent 90 degrees twice in the opposite direction it was working from? Or is it more likely that the Detector received a false from another source at a convenient time or even from a completely different Lidar unit? From the scenario you describe, both of those seem to be more likely the the Poliscan rear shooting vehicle as they passed.

But even if this was somehow a miracle "Save" it only reinforces the actual fact that Lidar Detection in a Radar Detector is basically next to useless without miracles and when one is actually directly targeted with Lidar one is getting a ticket 99.9999% of the time without Parking Sensors.
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It looks large in the photos, can someone take another picture with say a pen beside it, so we can better tell the size?
 

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It looks large in the photos, can someone take another picture with say a pen beside it, so we can better tell the size?
Show is over and everyone is on their way back. Based on seeing it in person I would say it would be a large detector similiar to the original Escort 360
 

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Ya my guess is that will be the approx size too. Hoping when Radenso gets back home, and gets some sleep, maybe they can post a new picture(s).
 

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