I was under the impression that POP (and LIDAR) only worked in stationary mode - until I stumbled upon this article @ GOL's website:
"You really can't blame the author, this misinformation had been circulating on the web for a while. It is possible that early BEE/Enforcer units had to be stationary for POP use, but if that used to be the case, it isn't anymore. Also absent from the article is mention of 16ms MPH Z-Series POP, which IS stationary only. But, this information is not widely known either: I'm sure detector manufactuirers are reluctant to publish much information on it because most of them still can't detect it, although they seem to have the 67ms Ka version licked (67ms K has yet to be tested). Some have speculated that the longer burst in the BEE/Enforcer is to compensate for extra error margin in moving mode."
Wuz up with that?