Finally after having my detector for quite a few months, I've had the opportunity to encounter a few LEO's running either moving I/O or constant on.
My encounter this afternoon was on the highway heading north, I was heading up a hill and my v940 alerted to Ka then trailed off. I slowed down, and again I got an alert then trailed off. I'm looking forward trying to figure out where it's coming from, when behind me, 10 cars back or so is a trooper.
I looked at my wife and said, "I wonder if a v1 would have helped more". Lol, I know I've asked this I think in a previous post, but in this instance I think it would have at least given me a heads up as to where the source was. If I'd have slammed on my brakes, and the trooper saw it, I could have been the target I suppose.
One other thing I did notice was I had moved my v940 in my Subaru, out from behind the dotted shade screen on the windshield, and more toward the left so it can see clearly. It's slightly off kilter angle wise, I have to fix that, but I think the shade strip wasn't allowing radar through, or at the very least, weakening it, making it difficult to sniff out the faintest of signals.
Well, that's my random blurb, thanks for listening. I will say that NH troopers seem to certainly know how to use I/O quite well.