I/O X-band

jon5

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Couldn't believe it. Was travelling through Bremen Ohio and encountered a sudden strong blast of X-band. Fortunately, I treated it as a threat and slowed down as seconds later I get another blast and lo-and-behold, a local cruiser is running by before pulling a U-turn.

I didn't know that X-band radar guns even had I/O.

Seemed pretty selective to me, I only detected 2 blasts before seeing him. And I was hauling ass, so I wouldn't be surprised if I was a target. I didn't stay around to find out, when I saw him lite up I put the pedal to the metal and took a swift right while he was in the middle of his turn.
 
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Bremen, Ohio: Pop 1,425
X Band

Maybe they are in a time warp and nobody has passed through since 1956.

 

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X band I/O is know good for anybody!
 

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Fortunately the X band version of the Python 3 is stripped down

But he still can mash the button cant he:tviv:
 

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I didn't know that X-band radar guns even had I/O.
All I/O requires is a "Hold" mode on the radar gun and a button to switch from "Hold" to "Transmit". I'm not aware of any radar gun made in the past 30 years without this feature.

QT is a different story. Imagine a X band gun with an automated QT feature? Now THAT would be deadly.
 

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