I haven't run X in quite a long time, but I've heard a lot of big rig collision avoidance systems use it. There's a speed sign I know of in the area that uses it. Not sure what else may be out there since I haven't run with it on in so long.Is there a source of X band falsing other than door/proximity detectors?
Which?There’s only certain guns allowed for enforcement. You don’t need to gather all of them.
Are you able to figure out range kind of like a submarines sonar or air traffic control radar?That's the way it's going. It's what the community tests for and asks for first, so if we want to sell product we have to deliver on range. As long as detector manufacturers provide an ability to let the user turn down range, I don't see the harm in it.
Yikes. So Apple must be moving back to PowerPC any day now, right?My raspberry Pi running native Risc OS on its ARM processor (which I use for building Uniden updates) runs faster for most things than my Apple MacBook Pro!
I don’t know either way, but it sounds like you’re confusing memory for storage. While that would be consistent, it’s all the more confusing coming from you.I also reckon the R7 must have more than 64kb of memory, since I just built a 152kb gps file which covers all of the USA and Canada with 9407 separate gps alerts in it. This same file also installs even on their older models like the LRD950.
Uniden's capabilities cannot change its basic nature, i.e., intercepting certain frequencies which it interprets as a radar gun being used by a LEO. However, regarding the R7, there's value in being the best of the old paradigm devices....but I don't think anyone should yet underestimate Uniden's capabilities and what has been accomplished by the R7.