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    I was shopping for a radar detector when I ran into this article. I think it's a little too much but still interesting. (link below)

    http://www.radarbusters.com/support/...ke/default.asp
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    Interesting! Have you checked how much the price is in such type of device? later.

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    Very cool.....but I thought ACTIVE jammers were illegal.
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    uhhh...riiight......... OK....If one of you buys this, I'll be glad to test it for you.
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    I dont believe Laser jammers are illegal, just radar types. I think its an FCC thing
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    Radar jamming is highly illegal, though still available. However, most departments train their officers to learn when they are being jammed.

    Laser jammers, however, are NOT illegal. Laser is regulated by the FDA, not the FCC.
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    It's all BS. YOu cant generate enough power out of a standard car alternator and ciggarette box size unit to jam a Radar unit in a patrol car.

    It is an FCC violation to have such a unit, and to use it in any mannor.
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    Originally posted by Joe-R1:
    It's all BS. YOu cant generate enough power out of a standard car alternator and ciggarette box size unit to jam a Radar unit in a patrol car.

    It is an FCC violation to have such a unit, and to use it in any mannor.
    The jammer they're discussing is LASER, not radar. I'm not qualified to comment on the technical aspects of LASER jamming, but see the post by Lloyd above. NOT FCC!

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    Originally posted by Paul Sonderfan:
    The jammer they're discussing is LASER, not radar.
    Seems there is some discussion of both, hence Joe's comment.
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    PAUL, I also don't believe their claims on the LADAR jammer, if that makes ya feel better. [img]tongue.gif[/img]

    [ July 24, 2004, 16:40: Message edited by: Joe-R1 ]
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    That's a friend of mines bike. Frank aka AV8R1 lives in El Paso, and he can attest to the system working just fine - he never got tagged on the entire test from what I've heard [img]smile.gif[/img]

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    I'd have to see it to believe it.
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    Originally posted by Joe-R1:
    I'd have to see it to believe it.
    Joe, maybe you and Albie can get together at the HTH IBI and test it. He has the laser jammer and I assume you have access to a laser gun. We need a real world test.
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    Unfortunately no my agency dosent have a LADAR unit. Though I'm still not convinced it can 'jam' a radar unit.
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