Hey folks... another test I'd like to see.
It is common knowledge that the Tint-strip of many cars can mess up laser detection, however since most tint strips are merely a visual light filter, I don't see why it would have a significan impact... unless there is some polarization or something else happening also.
I'd love to see the next test from Guys of Lidar or someone to do some stationary testing to see
a) if placing the RD behind or just under the tint strip makes a difference. and
b) If mounting high or low makes a difference.
This should be a very very easy experiment to setup run under identical conditions for various detectors...
No moving car, simply the same car, targeted at the same distances with various mounting locations.