ALP detecting ALICE

sdrawkcaB

Defender of Light 📶
Advanced User
Lifetime Premium Member
Joined
Mar 6, 2018
Messages
5,248
Reaction score
10,360
Location
Here
That is ridiculous. So does the device drive itself out to the locations they tell it to be at, and then drive itself home at the end of the day?
 

DocTJ

PSL +5
Intermediate User
Joined
Nov 12, 2017
Messages
834
Reaction score
1,423
Location
ATL
This is f-ing absurd. A freaking toaster is on the sides handing out traffic citations.
I’m not looking forward to the day where drones will fly and do the same thing as this magic little toaster.
 

samq45

Advanced User
Lifetime Premium Member
Joined
Jul 5, 2011
Messages
1,505
Reaction score
2,158
Location
Saratoga, NY
I don't think they would last long here, One of my neighbors in a jacked up 350 would squash that thing. Someone ran over all the local speed signs the other night.

The LEO unions here in NY have been fighting every automated enforcement device when it is proposed, except for the cameras in the school zones. Hopefully they continue to prevail until the cars drive themselves.

Does the Alp Jam it well or just alert you to it, seems like a good detection distance?
 

IPA

Gimme Shelter
Intermediate User
Lifetime Premium Member
Joined
Feb 3, 2019
Messages
721
Reaction score
900
Location
Atl
If ALP can deal with it, I’d rather face it than I/O
 

LouG

PSL +5
Intermediate User
Joined
Jan 2, 2014
Messages
3,531
Reaction score
4,352
Just another fixed device. it's the mobile ones that concern me.
 

winterbrew

Poliscan Hunter
Advanced User
Premium Member
Joined
Mar 5, 2012
Messages
2,109
Reaction score
2,683
Location
Perth, Western Australia
Does the Alp Jam it well or just alert you to it, seems like a good detection distance?
Yes, basically its mobile poliscan in a trailer.
 

deanoobaby

Learning to Fly
Beginner User
Joined
Feb 6, 2012
Messages
1,685
Reaction score
935
Location
australia wa
Just another fixed device. it's the mobile ones that concern me.
semi fixed as there no longer in those locations ;)
here is a mobile version

Post automatically merged:

I don't think they would last long here, One of my neighbors in a jacked up 350 would squash that thing. Someone ran over all the local speed signs the other night.

The LEO unions here in NY have been fighting every automated enforcement device when it is proposed, except for the cameras in the school zones. Hopefully they continue to prevail until the cars drive themselves.

Does the Alp Jam it well or just alert you to it, seems like a good detection distance?
as winterbrew pointed out its a poliscan in a trailer detection range can vary depending on set up of of the poliscan however due to the nature of the system the poliscan is a hit and a miss when it comes to jamming it well ...As you really need to conentrate on angles and overlap aswell as heights .. Poliscans can be on tripod low down to being inside of a ute or trailer having the poliscan elovated with yaw down.,.... i will admitt i dont think my set up will jam this proticuler set up
Post automatically merged:

If ALP can deal with it, I’d rather face it than I/O
that all depends on how you use your rabbit ..as we also face instant on
Post automatically merged:

That is ridiculous. So does the device drive itself out to the locations they tell it to be at, and then drive itself home at the end of the day?
hopfully louG can chime in on that one
 
Last edited:

LouG

PSL +5
Intermediate User
Joined
Jan 2, 2014
Messages
3,531
Reaction score
4,352
We don't have a plethora of different speed cams, thankfully. Our Governments think the revenue/cost ration is OK without buying all these other devices.
As for rabbits, they're few and far between on my drives. Even at a true 100 km/h I'm constantly catching up to mini convoys travelling at 85 - 90.
 

KiwiClaire

Learning to Fly
Beginner User
Joined
Feb 3, 2019
Messages
94
Reaction score
187
Location
Auckland, New Zealan
We don't have a plethora of different speed cams, thankfully. Our Governments think the revenue/cost ration is OK without buying all these other devices.
As for rabbits, they're few and far between on my drives. Even at a true 100 km/h I'm constantly catching up to mini convoys travelling at 85 - 90.
I know right! Although my luck came in on my drive from Rotorua to Auckland last weekend, I had a rather decent 115-ish rabbit for many km up SH27 :) It was great.

Also, I moved to Rotorua at the beginning of January (new job which is keeping me quite busy), and I am rather enjoying the roads around here, particulary SH5 north of Rotorua, and surrounds.

Ps, if you need to check whether your detector is working on Ka band, Rotorua is a great place to find out! So many cops around here! And I'd say 60% which you see rolling around town are blasting Ka, many even pulling i/o in the city. I would probably get around 5 hits per week over my 10 minute commutes to and from work during the week - much more than I've had in Auckland, and I used to do a LOT more driving in my old job up there.
 

LouG

PSL +5
Intermediate User
Joined
Jan 2, 2014
Messages
3,531
Reaction score
4,352
I've seen plenty of cops there but minimal Ka. You must look suspicious :cool:
There's not much activity over here in Tauranga, or I'm a cop repellent.
I used to really like SH5 back in the day, 150 - 160 k's through a lot of it, traffic has spoiled it a bit now. But SH36 on a bike is the dogs nuts. A brilliant bit of road, the twisty western side of the Kaimais is also amazing if you get a clear run, car or bike.
It's hard to believe today, but 140 - 180 k's down most of SH27 was not unusual, especially in ski season.
 
Last edited:

andi

Learning to Fly
Beginner User
Joined
Oct 3, 2015
Messages
91
Reaction score
143
Location
Germany, Bavaria
There is a Video from Jenoptik "Poliscan Enforcement Trailer":
 

deanoobaby

Learning to Fly
Beginner User
Joined
Feb 6, 2012
Messages
1,685
Reaction score
935
Location
australia wa
We don't have a plethora of different speed cams, thankfully. Our Governments think the revenue/cost ration is OK without buying all these other devices.
As for rabbits, they're few and far between on my drives. Even at a true 100 km/h I'm constantly catching up to mini convoys travelling at 85 - 90.
the best rabbit to use is where the radar source comes from


 

Discord Server

Latest threads

Forum statistics

Threads
83,676
Messages
1,271,331
Members
21,124
Latest member
Trevor2405
Top