1.48 brings several changes to help with K band reactivity, laser falses, and detecting multiple signals.
Improvements with 1.48
Improvements to K Band Reactivity against Quick Trigger
Firmware 1.46 introduced a pretty heavy delay against K band with TSF enabled. This delay has been removed so the detector is now very responsive to K band once again, even with TSF enabled.
TSF has also been been improved in general to further help cut down on false alerts from traffic sensors. I don’t know if this also has any unintentional side-effects of helping cut down on BSM falses. There are no changes to BSM filtering otherwise with 1.48.
On a related note, they’ve also improved the K band reactivity delays when MRCD detection is enabled. The detector is now more responsive to K band QT even when MRCD is turned on.
Improved Laser False Filtering
1.48 helps reduce false alerts on laser. I have still seen some false laser alerts when beta testing so it’s not a complete fix, but it should help cut them down.
Improvements when Detecting Multiple Signals
With firmware 1.48, the detector now remembers if it had previously alerted to a signal before and prevents the detector from switching back and forth between signals.
How to Download and Install Firmware 1.48
Scroll down and click on the gray “Firmware” button.
You’ll then find links to download 1.48 for the R1 or the R3.
Note: If you’re running a Mac, scroll down to download the Mac update software separately if you don’t already have it. The link for the Mac software currently still comes with 1.46, so you can download 1.48 separately and use it with the software no problem.
Alternatively, here are direct links to download Firmware 1.48 for both Windows and Mac users. (These links include 1.48 for both the R1 and R3. Use only the ones you need.)
If you need more help with the install, check out my tutorials:
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