So a few days ago the local city's public safety vehicle drops off a couple of those 'Your speed is...' trailers in my neighborhood. They moved them around a couple times during the 2 days they were here, then they were gone.
So while I am doing a little testing with my RD's using the speed signs, I see the public safety person mounting a gray lock-box to the stop sign. I wish I had stopped and asked what it was for, but it appears to be transmitting a K-band signal.
When I drove by later that day the speed signs were gone, but I was still getting a very strong K-band signal. I drove up and down every street to see if they had moved the speed sign somewhere else, but it was nowhere around.
So, I finally find a use for the arrows on the V1 and I'm able to pinpoint the signal to the lock box on the stop sign.
Anyone know what's in the box, or what it's for? It's a stand alone box, no other equipment, cameras, wires, etc. on or near it. Is this just to try and slow down people with RD's, or is it actually doing something useful?
I'll get a pic today.