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  1. Jon at Radenso

    Seeking Assistance with Escort Ci 360 Laser Coverage on Nissan Leaf

    It is interesting they have told you four heads are optimal. I have been going around with dragoneyes to dealers and typically shoot an Escort system as part of my sales demo (to show it punching through). After I shredded a four head front system at one particular shop, Escort told the shop...
  2. Jon at Radenso

    Are you buying Theia when it is available? (Poll)

    Putting in a gyroscope to keep the arrows pointed true while the car is fishtailing out of control.
  3. Jon at Radenso

    Are you buying Theia when it is available? (Poll)

    Just diagonal ones. ;)
  4. Jon at Radenso

    V1G2 not powering on. Second time - same detector

    That's not really Mike's fault, there are numerous parts in the V1 and every detector that the USA literally doesn't produce. I remember back in the noPhoto days I tried to use as much USA parts as possible and was shocked to discover that nobody in the USA produced suitable electrolytic photo...
  5. Jon at Radenso

    List of False Alert sources, name and FCC ID number?

    Was the DSI you bought for work? I have found that the 30ghz hybrid mixer works just fine for KA band even though it's only rated up to 30g....you will just not have amazing gain. But the SNR is still plenty good for what we're doing.
  6. Jon at Radenso

    Brainstorming Theia testing ideas

    It's an interesting question. If Theia filters out 100% of BSM falses and doesn't need to be run filtered or with K band reduced, that means it will have not 10-20% better range than other detectors like the current king does, but rather several hundred percent better range when run against...
  7. Jon at Radenso

    Powering Theia

    I am hopeful we will be able to get Theia below 2a at full tilt after power optimization, but even if we do we will tell people 3A for safety margin. Today without a screen, but with the front end tuning and the inferencing program running we were seeing about 1.9A. I think in final form we...
  8. Jon at Radenso

    Not happy with my ALP install

    Instant termination if one of my dealers does this.
  9. Jon at Radenso

    List of False Alert sources, name and FCC ID number?

    I can just send you a raw recording of an emitter if you want. I am guessing you have the software to examine it, or can just use something free like Inspectrum or Gnuradio.
  10. Jon at Radenso

    V1G2 not powering on. Second time - same detector

    That used to be the case a few years ago for Radenso, but now forum users are .0001% of our business. We sold more detectors in several countries than Escort did last year, and do more revenue than K40 does. Best Buy Canada doesn't even carry any other brands besides us. In the USA we are #3...
  11. Jon at Radenso

    Are you buying Theia when it is available? (Poll)

    There are a few things that go into this..... 1. Theia can see phase, which Escort can't. So yes - Theia can see components of signals that the Max 360C simply cannot 2. Some of the processing that Theia can do (traditional style DSP filtering) the Escort Max 360C is capable of doing, but...
  12. Jon at Radenso

    Are you buying Theia when it is available? (Poll)

    I will skip a lot of math and try to explain this in understandable terms. There are two main ways radar detectors can look at signals - in the time domain or frequency domain. The time domain is how information is first presented to the radar detector - the variation of amplitude of a radar...
  13. Jon at Radenso

    Are you buying Theia when it is available? (Poll)

    You are both sort of right. Radar detectors are currently frequency detectors in that all they do is say, "Hey, there is energy at x frequency - alert or don't alert." That is why you call them frequency detectors. Theia operates differently - it looks for emitter characteristics instead of...
  14. Jon at Radenso

    Are you buying Theia when it is available? (Poll)

    Neural networks are amazing for sub-nyquist signal identification. They just don't care about aliasing (to a point obviously) - each signal aliases uniquely. If we wanted to we could run classification just on aliasing products from two different signals and it would still get it right. This...
  15. Jon at Radenso

    Waze removing police report option in some countries!!

    This does not happen on Android Auto. No problem running 30 over.
  16. Jon at Radenso

    RADENSO XP -

    Hi Dave! Are you getting KA band falses? If you aren't, I'd just leave the settings alone since KA band falses should be very rare. If you are, give our support staff a call so we can work through it. For TS Reject and BSM, I would also recommend keeping them on and leaving the settings...
  17. Jon at Radenso

    Are you buying Theia when it is available? (Poll)

    Yes, frankly pretty much every detector should be able to do this today. You only need four things to make that happen: 1. A rf front end with reasonable noise figure (which I believe the R7/Max360C/etc do have) 2. An architecture that can tell you with reasonable accuracy where energy in a...
  18. Jon at Radenso

    Are you buying Theia when it is available? (Poll)

    My engineers were absolutely shocked that current detectors falsed to BSM, and especially when they had mrct and mrcd turned off. With those alerts turned off the only thing detectors should be looking for was CW signals, yet they are confusing 200mhz wide fmcw for cw. It's astounding how dumb...
  19. Jon at Radenso

    Are you buying Theia when it is available? (Poll)

    I am really enjoying reading your posts because it is fun to see someone who understands the challenges during this type of development process. A lot of what you say is true, such as treating very strong and very weak signals differently. Luckily a lot of the challenges we face are signals...
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