Guys relax, Jon already told us it was vaporware:
Post #78. But luckily we will always have RL360c powered by both radar DNA and AI technology. Only Escort stays loyal to their customers ;)
Yes firmware is low-level software while things like UI are high-level. High-level software is less hardware-dependent. That IC thing was new to me, I thought most detectors have separate DSP chip like Blackfin?
I'm curious, how often your software developers need to do the lab tests? Debugging DSP things probably require lab equipment to be available every 30 minutes, but I'm pretty sure everything else can be tested without such a gear.
Interesting... from the video I understand that there is only parts issue, hardware design and software development is finished... then why not build one prototype from parts that are available now and shoot some real world demo videos? That would probably double the lenght of pre-order list...
That's a question to their local police force, but it's not a reason to make things easier for these outlaws.
Don't mistake my point, I live in country where radar detectors are banned and that's wrong in my opinion. But radar detector is not a tool of violence. More importantly...
What? Knife is a tool designed for cooking or carving wood, gun is a machine designed for killing. There is no reason a person should be allowed to own one without good reason like hunting as a means to earn living or something like that. But it is absurd to allow citizens to own assault rifles...
Yeah you are correct, I'm just thinking about battle between RDs and RDDs. Two decades ago, there weren't much false alerts, but lot of people got nailed by RDDs because for some reason LO was needed on detectors even thought they did not really use that.
This is very good explanation. But isn't it still possible to just add bandpass filters that filter out everything under 34.7Ghz and above 35.5Ghz and done, you have energy detector receiving only specific frequencies (without LO and mixer)?