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Control center employees use this information to formulate routing suggestions and other emergency information, which they transmit to a large distribution of overhead and roadside signs. This electronic device warns heavy trucks and ambulances of hazards in their path. Perhaps the biggest source of non-stationary unrelated sources is from other radar detectors. An early example of this occurred in the mid 's when radar detectors using superhomodyne circuitry became popular. Such detectors leak energy in the. X-Band and K-bands and appeared as police radar to other detectors. A solution to this problem is described in U. A similar problem occurred in the early 's when the Ka band was widened.

An unexpected result was that the wider Ka band then also detected harmonics of signals generated by local oscillators within many existing radar detectors. At this time, there are very few signal sources that can cause false laser detections in comparison to the substantial list of false microwave signals just described. In particular, certain locations near airports have been demonstrated to cause such problems for various laser detector products. As a result, selected airport environments are examples of stationary signals that produce false laser detections. As can be appreciated from the foregoing example, as sources of unrelated signals continue to propagate, radar detectors must continually increase in sophistication to filter unrelated sources and accurately identify police radar.

Each of these changes and enhancements has the potential effect of obsoleting existing detectors that do not include appropriate Black phone sex find a fuckbuddy by videochating. Furthermore, some sources, particularly stationary door opener sources, at this time cannot be filtered economically, and thus threaten the usefulness of even the most sophisticated modem radar detector. During the 's, the functionality of radar detectors expanded into other classes of driver notification. A system was developed that required a special transmitter be placed on emergency vehicles, trains, and other driving hazards.

One such solution was disclosed in U. Such signals are considered to be a part of the group of signal types that are intended to be detected by radar detectors. A drawback of these warning systems is that stationary transmitters of these signals send the same message to drivers constantly, and become a nuisance during daily commute. However these messages become an annoyance to drivers who Naked sauna for couple in macedonia the same path to work everyday. Thus, radar detector manufacturers are continually confronted with new problems to solve, due to Finds local sluts for sex in ireby variety of different types of unrelated sources and their sheer numbers.

The rate at which new or upgraded radar detector models are introduced continues to increase as manufacturers try to evolve their products to manage the growing number of unrelated sources. Meanwhile, the market for radar detectors is shrinking because consumers are no longer interested in buying products that so quickly become obsolete. As noted above, many non-stationary sources can be identified and ignored using existing technology. However, many stationary sources cannot, as yet be effectively filtered economically with existing technology.

Accordingly, the invention provides a radar detector that includes technology for determining the location of the detector, and comparing this location to the locations of known stationary sources, to improve the handling of such detections. In one embodiment, a radar detector may ignore detections received in an area known to contain a stationary source. In the specific embodiment described below, substantially more sophisticated processing is performed to determine whether and what actions to take in response to a detection. In the detailed embodiment described below, a radar detector utilizes a GPS system to determine its current position. Notification of the driver will take on a variety of forms depending on the setup configuration.

This will have a dramatic effect on the usable life of the product and subsequent value to its owner. GPS is a mature technology that provides a method for a GPS receiver to determine its relative location and velocity at any time. The GPS system is a worldwide constellation of 24 satellites and their ground stations. Advanced forms of GPS Italian escorts in gumi enable measurements to within a centimeter. The Global Positioning System consists of three segments: Over time GPS receivers have been miniaturized to just a few integrated circuits and have become very economical. An unfortunate side effect of the GPS system is that it can be used by enemy forces, as GPS signals can be picked up by any receiver including both domestic and foreign.

The DOD sometimes also sends slightly erroneous orbital data to the satellites, which is transmitted back to receivers on the ground. Military receivers use a decryption key to remove the SA errors. These classes are realized by having GPS satellites transmit two different signals: The P-code is designed for authorized military users and provides PPS service. To ensure that unauthorized users do not acquire the P-code, the DOD can engage an encryption segment on the P-code called anti-spoofing AS. Government agencies, and selected civil users specifically approved by the U. PPS provides 22 meters horizontal and Other than intentional errors inserted by the DOD, there are a variety of other error sources that vary with terrain and other factors.

GPS satellite signals are blocked by most materials. GPS signals will not pass through buildings, metal, mountains, or trees. Leaves and jungle canopy can attenuate GPS signals so that they become unusable. In locations where at least four satellite signals with good geometry cannot be tracked with sufficient accuracy, GPS is unusable. A high-performance GPS receiver known as a reference station or beacon is placed at a specific location; the information it receives is then compared to the receiver's location and corrects the SA satellite signal errors.

The error data is then formatted into a correction message and transmitted to GPS users on a specific frequency kHz. A true or arbitrary set of coordinates are assigned to the position occupied by a reference GPS receiver. The difference between these and the coordinates received via GPS at the reference is a very close approximation to the SA error at nearby sites. This error is nearly identical to the error calculated by any nearby GPS receiver. It generates a far more accurate estimate of its coordinates by applying the difference information to the GPS coordinates. The drawback to this is that the remote and reference receivers may not be using the same set of satellites in their computations.

If this is the case, and the remote receiver incorporates the corrections, it may be accounting for satellite errors that are not included in its own measurement data. These corrections can make the differential solution worse than the uncorrected GPS position. To prevent this error, an improved form of differential GPS involves the derivation of the corrections to the actual measurements made at the reference receiver to each satellite. By receiving all of the corrections independently, the remote receiver can pick and choose which are appropriate to its own observations. This method of DGPS is most widely used.

Typically, the DGPS correction signal loses approximately 1 m of accuracy for every km of distance from the reference station. In the presence of such networks, potentially hostile weapons systems using DGPS could be developed relatively rapidly. For this reason and others, the SA error has diminished in military significance. Further plans exist to increase the density of this network to provide dual redundant coverage throughout the continental US by the end of the year for a variety of applications including intelligent transportation system, infrastructure management, and public safety. Lawrence River, throughout the Great Lakes, and both coastlines.

In total, there are over stations operational worldwide with over sites proposed to come online within the next two years. Coverage currently exists in many other regions of the world including Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, and South America. The beacons perform the differential calculation and broadcasts this information by modulating the data onto a kHz signal transmitted by the established network of Radiobeacons. The range of the kHz signal is dependent upon a number of factors which include transmission power and conductivity of the surface over which the transmission is propagating.

The Beacons within the global network broadcast at varying power. Typical broadcasting ranges for radiobeacons vary from as little as 35 nautical miles to as much as nautical miles. Signals broadcast by DGPS radiobeacons are integrity monitored by remote stations for quality of beacon transmission, differential corrections, and GPS positional information. In addition, government agencies concerned with public safety have made it their mandate to ensure that beacon DGPS services are available 24 hours a day, days a year. There are other navigation systems in place, in addition to GPS, that merit review.

It operates on a frequency band of 90 kHz to kHz LF. It has an approximate range of hundreds to thousands of miles, and an accuracy of 0. Loran-C is a pulsed hyperbolic system that provides 0. Loran-C provides coverage for the continental U. Many other countries are also involved in the providing of Loran-C or Loran-like services, or are in negotiations with their neighbors to expand coverage. These countries include India, Norway, France. Developed by the United States, it is operated in conjunction with six other nations. It has a range of approximately miles at high altitudes.

The system provides the pilot with relative bearing and distance to the radio beacon. VOR operates in a frequency band of It has an approximate range of miles, but accuracy as poor as 20 miles. VOR is a beacon-based navigation system operated in the U. When used by itself, the system allows users to determine their azimuth from the VOR station without using any directional equipment. VOR stations are radio beacons that transmit two signals. The first, called the reference signal, is transmitted with constant phase all around the transmitter.

The second signal is phase shifted from the first depending on the compass direction of the user from the station. A simple, inexpensive receiver in the aircraft is used to determine the received phase difference of the two signals, and from that information the direction of the aircraft from the transmitter. By using two VOR stations, a specific location may be determined. Of all the navigation systems mentioned, GPS offers better service, more accuracy, and more serviceable regions than any other approach.

There are various classes of GPS service that improve accuracy at higher costs. These include the following categories: Referring now to FIG. The radar detector is able to use this information to enhance its decision-making abilities. Fusion processor receives information on radar signals from a conventional microwave receiver 24, coupled to processor 22 via a digital signal processor DSP Microwave receiver 24 and DSP 26 may utilize any of the techniques described above and in the above-referenced patents, for rejecting noise and increasing discrimination between actual and spurious police radar signals.

Further, receiver 24 and DSP 26 may be controlled by an optional second CPU 25, which can enable additional signal evaluation beyond that which is possible using a DSP. Since the radar detector application described in this patent is not a candidate for military class service, it is not able to access the more accurate PPS. The processor is programmed to manage and report detected signals in various ways depending on its stored program. The radar detector further incorporates a user input keypad or switches Operational commands are conveyed by the user to processor 22 via the keypad.

Processor 22 is further connected to a display 38, which may comprise one or more light emitting diodes for indicating various status conditions, or in a more feature-rich device, may include an alphanumeric or graphical display for providing detailed information to a user. A speaker 40 is also provided to enable processor 22 to deliver audible feedback to a user under various alert conditions, as is elaborated below. Processor 22 may further include an interface 44, such as an ODB II compliant interface, for connection to vehicle electronic systems 42 that are built into the vehicle Modem vehicles are being equipped with standardized information systems using the so-called OBD 11 standard interface.

Processor 22, using the OBD II standard interface 44, can obtain vehicle speed and other vehicle status information directly from the vehicle, and then may use this information appropriately as described in more detail below. Processor 22 is further coupled to a Universal Serial Bus USB interface 46 that provides a means for uploading and downloading information to and from processor USB interface 46 may also be used to interface the detector to a separate host computer or product application containing a larger storage capacity than available from internal memory.

Remote storage devices may include any form of dynamically allocatable storage device DASD such as a hard disk drive, removable or fixed magnetic, optical or magneto-optical disk drive, or removable or fixed memory card, or any device including a dynamic directory structure or table of contents included in the storage format to permit dynamic storage allocation. The host computer or other connected device need not be visible to the driver and may be in any convenient location, such as under the vehicle dash. Coordinate information can be stored, e. Where a general purpose host computer is connected via the USB interface, it will likely be based on a higher scale CPU chip and thus be able to efficiently carry out complex coordinate comparison tasks such as are described below, and such tasks may be delegated to the host CPU rather than carried out in fusion processor The host CPU can also anticipate the need for information about particular coordinates based upon vehicle movements, and respond by retrieving records within proximity of the current location for ready delivery to fusion processor The host computer can also provide navigational functions to the driver, potentially using stored signal information and flag bits to provide the user with location-specific information about driving hazards and potential police stakeout locations.

Signal information may also be downloaded from other hosts, for example, a connection may be established directly via the USB interface to an Internet site carrying signal information, as is now done in a text form at the Internet site speedtrap. An indirect Internet connection may also be established via a host computer. Furthermore, connections may be established between two receivers, e. Generally speaking, processor 22 compares the radar detector's immediate coordinates with a stored list of the coordinates of unwanted stationary sources. Since stationary radar sources make up the bulk of the unwanted sources, there is a significant benefit resulting from these functions.

Further details on these operations are provided below with reference to FIGS. As seen in FIG. This approach reduces the storage requirements for information stored by the radar detector to a manageable level. The sizes of the cells can be variably adjusted based upon the available memory and the desired precision. In the present example, bits are allocated to storing cell coordinates, so the cell coordinates can only have as much precision as can be provided in bits a cell, e. In other applications, different bit sizes and resolutions could be utilized. It will also be noted that the storage requirements can be reduced by designing the receiver for operation only in a specified part of the Earth, e.

By so doing, part of the coordinates for a cell will not need to be stored because they will be the same for all stored cells. In such an embodiment, whenever the coordinates provided by the GPS receiver fall outside of the pre-established region, the receiver will either disable all storage of information if approved via operational input from the useror establish a new region of interest and discard all data from previously identified regions.

The date and time information in field 56 is useful when selecting least vumi used oldest entries in storage for replacement, as is described further tumi. Fields 58, 60 and 62 store source incidence counters, Italian escorts in gumi for each of a plurality of frequency blocks. Field 58 stores Itqlian s for block s in the X band. Field 60 stores counter escorrts for block s in the K band. Field 62 stores counter s for block s in the Ka band. The number escrts blocks in each ni can vary in different embodiments of the present invention, and is a function of the signal frequency content details provided by the detector gjmi and DSP As one example, the X, K and Gu,i bands are divided into a total of 32 frequency blocks.

Each block is provided a 4-bit counter in fields 58, 60 and The counters i a minimum value of 0 and a maximum Itaalian of 15and are a guim of the number of times a esccorts in the associated frequency block has been detected at that location. In the data structures shown in FIG. A first field Italiaan a differential entry 64 is an index pointer 66 to a main entry 52, e. A second field is a differential gumj 68 that identifies the difference between the coordinate of the esclrts entry 64 and the coordinate stored in the main entry The index and differential can be ih in substantially fewer than bits, so that a eacorts entry 64 is substantially smaller than a main entry, thus saving storage space.

Differential entries further include a date and time field 56 Italin fields 58, 60 and 62 for storing counters for X, K or Ka Strapon dating in greece, as described above. These data structures include Kristen andrews pussy entries 72 which include field 74 storing a bit cell coordinate, followed by a speed field 76 which can be, for example, 7 bits in length. Differential entries 78 associated with each main entry include a differential coordinate field 80 indicating the difference in the cell coordinate from the associated main entry 72, and a speed field 76 indicating a speed recorded at the cell.

Because motion history records or trip records are stored sequentially during motion of the detector, differential entries 78 are stored after and adjacent to the associated main entry Accordingly, differential entries 78 do not require an index field to associate the differential entry 78 with a main entry 72, because the association is implied from the location of the differential entry 78 in memory after its associated main entry History entries may be used for a number of purposes. History entries may also be used for driver monitoring; they may be downloaded to a host PC via USB interface 46, and evaluated to determine whether the vehicle has taken abrupt turns, show excessive speed, or entered undesired locations, all of which may be useful in monitoring the activity, e.

History entries may also be uploaded to PC to provide evidence of the driving history of the vehicle before and at the time of a police citation for speeding. According to the National Police Agency, there are 22 such recognized yakuza groups, claiming a total of 86, members. Many Japanese people, including some police officers, have great awe and admiration for these tattooed gangsters. It is little wonder, then, that the beaten down office worker turns to the yakuza fan magazines as a way to escape and fantasize about a better, more glamorous life.

Other magazines, like Knuckles, are not strictly speaking yakuza fan magazines, but often feature interviews with gangsters and articles about them. Each magazine is usually aligned closely with one specific organized crime group. Bosses from the Sumiyoshikai 12, membersthe Inagawakai 10, membersas well as other groups, frequently give lengthy interviews to the reporters from the fan mags. The interviews rarely touch on any kind of criminal activity, but refer to past glories, gang wars, and discussions of traditional Japanese values.

The one group that does not fully cooperate with the magazines is the dominant Yamaguchi-gumi, which has taken a no interview policy with the press since the ascension of a new boss, Tsukasa Shinobu, in the summer of The Yamaguchi-gumi have allowed the press to film the annual rice-cake pounding ceremony at the start of the New Year, but almost no Yamaguchi-gumi boss has had an on-the-record interview under his own name for close to four years. Even so, Jitsuwa Document, still heavily favors coverage of the Yamaguchi-gumi. The lead story covers the Yamaguchi-gumi alliance with the Toyko-based Kokusuikai and the Toakai another Tokyo-based, though mostly Korean, yakuza and their expansion into eastern Japan, while the off-lead is about the head of the Nakamura-gumi being kicked out of the organization they had apparently fallen behind on monthly dues.

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