This is on a v3.873.
Started off the day with an amazing Ka detection of around-a-curve instant-on being ran by a mobile norton PD (akron, ohio) area on i-76/224.
I got one Ka blip (just one dot) and then noted that I traveled .4 miles before passing him. This was with a curve in between mind you. So, if he was traveling the same speed, then he would have been .8 to .9 miles away when I detected him.
Next had an ohio state patrol trooper running constant on x-band in the median of i71 in the delaware, ohio area. He was stationary. He was shooting away from me (at oncoming traffic - no threat to me), but nonetheless, I started detecting him 1.2 miles away from his position. This was a dead-straight stretch.
Next detected a couple i/o k-blips on rt.33 around groveport ohio. I didnt measure the distance, but sure enough an OSP sport utility vehicle passed by me soon thereafter.
In a rural Meigs county area of rt.33, I detected a couple I/O x-band blips as I crested a bridge over a road. I had to turn onto that road and went around the curly Q exit. Sure enough coming down that road (he was perpendicular to me and .5 miles away when I got the alert) was an OSP unit running occasional I/O x-band.
Entered West Virginia. Ok. thngs were tougher here.
I got .1 miles of warning against a WV state trooper that appeared to be running (but not sure) continous Ka on a curvy portion of i-77. He was rounding curves - in the oncoming highway lanes when I first got the alert. Not a lot of time to react, but enough.
Ok. back in ohio.
SE ohio, on I-77. Started getting blips of i/o k-band and hit the trip ODO button. .4 miles elapsed until I passed him (so he was .8 miles from me when I first detected him). There was a slight bend too between me and him when I got the first alert.
New philadelphia area.
OSP in median shooting laser. I made visual contact and slowed before I got an alarm.
A lot of excitement for a V1 user...