My wife & I were hauling westbound on I40 in the California desert a few days back. I was running my new V1 version 3.872 mounted on the passenger visor.
We made a gentle turn through a cut and got a weak Ka alert as we saw a big valley open up in front of us. It was a steady alert with one LED showing for signal strength and a slow "da-dit" sound for Ka.
I mentioned to my wife that for all we knew the source could be clear on the other side of that valley. We were 7.2 miles east of Ludlow when we first got the alert and it never stopped alerting as we continued west.
Sure enough, 3.5 miles west of Ludlow, we found the source. It was a California Highway Patrol vehicle parked facing the opposite way and the LEO was writing (very slowly apparently) a ticket. He was at the top of the rise on the far side of that valley!
Can anyone top this for extreme range?