Radar V1G2 K-Verifier on/off vs NYC MRCT

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Did a few passes against two MRCT radar speed cameras. Windows closed, V1 mounted high and tight left of the rvm.

1st cam: approx 24.083 frequency
- 1. K with verifier on and A mode
- 2. K with verifier on and l mode
- 3. K with verifier off and A mode

2nd cam: approx 24.119 frequency
- 1. K with verifier on and A mode
- 2. K with verifier off and A mode

With the first camera there were only one to two 1/6 strength hits abeam the camera going towards it and one beep to no beeps away. With verifier off A LOT of K band signals appeared and with a 1-2 block alert distance albeit the amount of K falses from other sources will really make the ride noisy in an effort to detect the cameras. I will post up the JBV1 logs tomorrow

With the second camera pretty much the same things happened.

 
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Thanks for the video, looks like the V1 Gen2 is unusable with K verifier off in a city, especially since there is no way to mute detector at very low speed without buying extra accessory or polluting the phone with apps.
 

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Typical New Yorker with your horn at a green light hahaha.
thanks for the testing and upload man
Scary how there’s no ramp up nothing 😳
 
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Thanks for the video, looks like the V1 Gen2 is unusable with K verifier off in a city, especially since there is no way to mute detector at very low speed without buying extra accessory or polluting the phone with apps.
Yup, it would be INSANE to have all k band filtering off on any detector. Even with the low speed muting you'd be missing alerts and not paying attention. Easier to look out for the cameras and use Waze then try to find them via a detector
 

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Thanks for sharing.
 

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We've been reading some posts about this matter and that's why thank you for sharing your real world video. This is the biggest downside of the new otherwise excellent long-range v1 gen2 and holds me back from grabbing the new V1 for now. If someday they fix this and cover it with decent filtering, I may reconsider. What I see is light years away from Pro-M in regard to MRCD detection/filtering, far away from R7 with the latest firm and even not comparable with R1/R3 loaded with 1.46 /for now/. Not an easy job overall with these MRCDs I suppose, eh.
 

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Thanks for the Video/test!
This matches with what I'm seeing with MRCT cams - The V1G2 with K/V off is able to see them and at a decent range, which is encouraging. Running with K/V off is gonna be a frustrating run unfortunately.
Hopefully VR can update the code at some point to detect/alert to MRCT and still use the kickass logic of K/V against BSM.
 

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Cool stuff Jake! Thanks for the tests man!


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Great testing, thanks for posting (even though I don't deal with MRCD)
 

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