There is a road about 5 minutes away from my place that I travel to and from school on. It has train tracks running parallel to it (20 feet away). In the past two weeks, on two separate occasions at night when coming home on this road, I have received weak (level 1 to 2) K-Band warnings when the train approaches me, or is passing... They last only a few seconds, with no LEO in sight.
there is only a subdivision nearby, and I have driven around it with no radar picked up. If it happens once more, and there IS a train in sight - the train has to be the source.
I could draw a picture or google map it to be more specific, but wanted to know if its possible that Trains use K-Band radar, or I picked up this frequency from the train's electronics ???
Please note the following:
- I have passed the same stretch of road during a train passing, with NO alert.
- K-Band IS used by the local cops