To answer your question, yes, it looks like a unit equipped with both rear and forward facing antennas can give speed on cars moving in both directions [Towards and Away]. See page 18 of manual above.
#2 The Genesis II SD can not display the speed of more than one target at a time. They can track and indicate whether the vehicle is travelling towards or away from the police vehicle from both front and rear antennaa(if equipped)
I thought it could in faster mode. You'd be getting two readings, one for the strongest signal and one for the fastest.Decatur wrote:#2 The Genesis II SD can not display the speed of more than one target at a time.
I found that on page 24 of the manual link that "mnstrcck" posted. This is a U.S. manual. It states the unit will switch automatically from the strongest signal to next strongest signal which is the fastest target. (would this apply to the Canadian manual??)
If this is the case, then it will only track one vehicle at a time??
Also, the radar was in same direction mode. Both vehicles were in front of the cruiser, one passing the other
and yes, that manual is not proper for canada
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