They just installed 2 new K-band speed signs in my neighborhood, which is typical residential single-family tract homes. They are on one road, spaced about a half mile apart. The road starts out flat, then descends down a hill about 100 feet or so before bottoming out. They literally put these up about 3 days ago, so I got to play a little with the Redline.
Approaching from a distance I pick up sign #1 about a half mile out, typical of the performance of Redline in traffic and K-band in residential areas. The impressive part is when the "bogey counter" (Bar graph in Spec mode) displays the second K-band sign. This occurs about 100 yards before the first sign, or a half mile from the second sign. The descent down the hill does not start for more than a quarter mile away. The Redline of course goes to full alert as I pass sign #1, then drops but continues a new ramp up as I approach sign #2. This 'over the hill' thing is killer!
Anyway, I guess the news about Redline being ultra sensitive is old news. btw - I always run in highway mode. The only weak spot is that the presence of a second source can only be discovered by viewing the graph data, or perhaps running with expert meter showing the different frequencies. Would be nice if the Redline announced 'multiple signals detected' when the second, overlapping alert is encountered.
I'm going to try to put a vid together later....