I made a few approaches to an LEO hiding on the interstate running what sometimes seemed like I/O, but I'm not sure if it was constant and just loss in signal every so often.
I made passes heading TOWARDS him on opposite side of the highway median, and had probably 1/2 mile of detection, but passing him on the same part of highway he was on, I only got about 1/4 mile (if that) from the rear antenna on my V1.
Maybe he was deliberately aiming OVER to the other side of the median for cars coming at him? That'd be wierd though...and where he was hiding was just over the crest of a hill (great place to get those coming up over the hill who don't see him till its too late.)
Why is the rear weaker on detection? Is it the size difference of the antennas?
I got my first blip from him at the green dot heading towards him (the red one).