Early dawn hours in Western Oregon
Northbound I-5 near the town of Keizer
Known (yet inconsistant) falses in the area are a Lowes (about 200 yards west of the SB lanes) and a ball park that occasionally gives off one lowly K-band signal, less than 100 yards from SB lanes. (both beyond opposing traffic)
Front Ka alert, strength 1 . . . increases to flucutating between 2 and 3
This continues to the point that I'm thinking he's going the same direction, strength eventually progresses, just before the somewhat identifiable headlights of an OSP Cruiser seem to appear in the southbound lanes, piearcing the red dawn, about 3/4 of a mile out.
Immediately, a 2nd Ka alert, then a K(prolly Lowes), another K (more Lowes or the ballpark).
The pearcing headlights getting closer, strength near full . . . and what becomes obvious is these headlights arent a cruiser, but a pair of OSP COPcycles. The arrows tell the story, Ka sources pass, just as the now rear K-band signal drops off. One unit had rear operating as my tail was lit up for over a half mile and still took a bit to finally drop off.
Nothing scary, but certainly 'situational awareness' not offered by any other device or manufacturer