Originally Posted by Terry_S
The short answer is yes, that's why a boosted or a 'maintained full strength signal' (as with the i-PT) is an advanage.
Hi Terry, This was your answer to "Is there any variance to the distance from the finish line that the PT will register from"
How much of an advantage? How much stronger is the signal? Is it possible that a car could be at the line with a PT (or house TP) and car 2 and 3 with i-pt's are .5 meter and 1 meter behind yet 2 and 3 are scored 1 and 2 and car 1 is scored 3? Is the signal that much stronger?
I've already had an instance where two house transponders have (according to the hardware/software) crossed the line at the same time. Just wondering what this will through into the mix?