Few questions about same-way facing (away). I have encountered a same-way facing I/O operator on a highway and my EYES saved me from a ticket, not my STi.
Has anyone encountered an I/O operator in stationionary same-way facing position?
Since the radar is being transmitted away from YOU, unless there are buildings that the radar can be reflected on to bounce back to your detector, I think it would be virtually impossible to detect.
I know stationary (away) with the new stalker and BEE III can pick that up, but can older models like the Phython and K-55 do same direction reading?
Here's a (very crude) diagram to help you understand better what I'm talking about. What kind of equipment is capable of doing this type of away clocking other than the stalker DSR and the BEE III? Also, what are the odds of this kind of signal reaching you via bounce or otherwise, particulary in I/O mode even if its X or K scatter?