|Posted on July 18, 2011 at 12:52 PM|
It comes to no surprise that LTI(Laser Technology Inc.) would release their new product around the same time their #1 competitor did. Laser Technology just released a few days ago the Truspeed S, a LIDAR speed unit that's CHEAP and uses the same housing concept as the Kustom Prolite+. LTI essentially took the housing from the TruPulse 360, also a new product this year, and equipped it to be speed enforcement ready. The Truspeed S has the same max distance of 2000', but the laser beam is a wide 3.5 milirad beam. Normal LIDAR guns are 3 milirads and the hard to jam/detect units are 2.5 milirads, meaning the beam would be 2.5 feet wide at 1000'. Why would LTI choose to go with a wider beam divergence? I have a theory.... Remember when Laser Atlanta first came out with their undetectable/jammable 'stealth mode?' Veil Guy, myself, and many other enthusiasts found out 'stealth mode' took alot longer to acquire a speed. If you increase the 'rule of squares' you get better reflections. I wonder if the new TruSpeed S has VPR technology like the TruCam?
Are you an officer that is interested in an inexpensive LIDAR gun for your department? The TruSpeed S can fit in your pocket, has 7X magnification for easy identification, and did I say it's really cheap?! Since when did LIDAR units cost less than radar guns? The TruSpeed came close and the TruSpeed S is the checkmate on the speed enforcement market. Check out LTI's newest unit at:
|Posted on May 13, 2011 at 4:24 AM|
Laser Ally Certificate of Compliance leaked shows the following specs:
185.12 pps pulses per second(hz) The certificate says this is an average, so one would assume the pulse rate modulates like a Truspeed Euro TS or Traffipatrol XR.
The pulse width is 22.14 ns on this model. It's interesting that the pulse width can be as high as 40 ns. The new Stalker LR lidar gun is less than 30 ns.
|Posted on April 21, 2011 at 4:32 PM|
"I vote to run all radar in default mode as it came new on the box." - rd.net user
"Exactly how I think each detector should be tested as Joe-consumer who is not a member of these forums will run it like that.
These extra settings are for more advanced users. Test the advance settings but I would want the advanced settings for each detector used during that test for fairness." - CrazyVolvoRob
I agree with Rob on this one(I can't believe I'm saying this!) Test the radar detectors in default mode first. If you adjust the settings on the radar detectors it can lead to a bias outcome. Testing as-is out of the box is the fairest way to go.
|Posted on April 1, 2011 at 2:51 PM|
You just bought a Blinder M27, Interceptor, Laser Star Pro, Escort, etc. How do you know if you bought a 'dead on arrival' unit? Manufacturers have a 1% or less defective rate on average. Wouldn't it be terrible if you bought one of those units and received a fat ticket because your laser diode was dead? Now it's possible to test your jammer without buying a multi-thousand dollar LIDAR gun. The LE-17 Laser Tester, manufactured by Laser Elite, has the ability to mimic 17 LIDAR guns, including 100% of the popular speed laser guns in the USA. With the LE-17 Laser Jammer Tester you can test the photo diodes of your transponders. Pull out your cell phone and put it into camera mode. Next turn on the LE-17 and see if your jamming diodes fire from the transponders. It's the easiest and cost effective way to verify water or other elements haven't compromised your system. Click on the photo below and be sure your jammer isn't defective.
|Posted on December 22, 2010 at 4:36 AM|
|Posted on December 13, 2010 at 3:35 PM|
Antilaser is an amazing company that produces quality products. They're frequently the first and only company to jam many LIDAR guns in the world and usually the first to produce video evidence of their success. The video above shows the ALG9 Antilaser Revision RX killing the LTI Laser Technology Trucam. The laser jammer utilizes a red or white "fog light" to thwart law enforcement. This "fog light" idea would be great if you used an amber light in the USA. Use the red fog light version and you'll be pulled over by law enforcement in the USA for using emergency lighting. Antilaser has a great idea, but they didn't do any homework before the red LED's were installed. Marko did a great job in beating the LTI Trucam none the less. Keep up the good work Antilaser team!
|Posted on December 8, 2010 at 6:49 AM|
Coming soon....a discussion about two new patents discovered that may change the laser jammer world. Stay tuned for some good stuff :-)
|Posted on September 28, 2010 at 8:18 AM|
IMPORTANT UPDATE 11/12/2010: Scott Patterson, CEO of DragonEye Technology, LLC was kind enough to inform me that my guess work on Laser Ally's anti-jammer software is infact not what I presumed. Mr. Patterson issued the following statement below in regards to my blog post:
“The anti-jamming technology developed and used in the LaserAlly LIDAR is proprietary to DragonEye Technology, LLC and is not licensed to or from any third party. We can understand how the timing of certain software upgrades from others might have lead to uncertainty on this issue. I would like to thank Chris and LaserJammerTests for allowing us to address the issue. Digital Ally is the exclusive distributor of the Laser Ally."
DragonEye Technology, LLC
5680 Oakbrook Parkway, Suite 149
The laser jammer companies have been freaking out over the new Laser Ally speed gun because it's the latest gun to be jammer proof,
however Laser Ally may have bought the licensing from Laser Atlanta. In a short period of time after Digital Ally released its new LIDAR gun, Laser Atlanta issued a press release for the new LEVEL 4 automatic upgrades on their R, B, and S SpeedLaser models. The new guns look the same, however the LIDAR manufacturer claims the following written below: *Please see update to the blog post above. The text above crossed out isn't accurate according to DragonEye Tech.
Laser Atlanta Upgrades Its SpeedLaser® Models
Norcross, GA (PRWEB) September 21, 2010
Laser Atlanta, LLC announced improvements to its product line that contain several upgrades in hardware, software, and feature sets to develop the current “Level 4” SpeedLaser. These enhancements are now available on every model offered including the S (standard), B (binocular), and R (rugged).
The new and advanced improvements include:
1. HUD (heads-up display) that auto rotates in a horizontal or vertical position depending on operation and HUD optics with newly designed combiner.
2. HUD display which indicates speed, range, or both.
3. An all-inclusive logic processor with additional RAM, ROM, and a more user friendly interface.
4. New firmware/software upgrades which include:
a. Following to Close™ special “tail gating” software that measures distance between vehicles.
b. New Stealth Mode™ operation that is undetectable by most laser jammers.
c. New jammer algorithms to anticipate newly designed laser detectors.
5. New updated CPU board which supports our high resolution encoder.
6. New CPU board which supports the Dual Access HUD.
7. Optional improved video camera (SpeedProof™ Evidence Recorder) with 2X the amount of zoom and brighter picture.
8. Optional wireless Bluetooth® technology with its patented methodology.
9. Optional 9V battery handle with disposable or rechargeable 9V batteries and wall charger.
10. Service support now includes “while you wait” annual certifications and 48 hour turnaround policy for repairs.
Laser Atlanta is the original developer of the SpeedLaser LIDAR based speed detection technology and has thousands of units in force throughout the world. The enhanced Level 4 models now have the most advanced technology available in the market today at a price that affordably enables law enforcement agencies to provide the technology to their entire fleet.
Laser Atlanta developed and launched the Level 4 enhancements after extensive research and investment in technology applying the latest available developments in LIDAR and optics.
Laser Atlanta’s management stated, “We are delighted to be able to offer these new technologies, features and upgrades. Our speed detector product line excels in the industry as the fastest, reaching out the farthest and being the most feature rich. Additionally, our products have the best maintenance ‘total cost of ownership’ in the industry. Laser Atlanta products are superior in reliability, accuracy, value and service excellence.”
Other advantages of the SpeedLaser include:
•Patented true speed accuracy validation technology with the highest quality courtroom credibility and outstanding range (up to 7,000 feet/2,133 meters)
•Rugged housing manufactured out of GE Lexan®
•Automated daily test
•Available Bluetooth wireless technology
•Dot and crosshair HUD, RS232 data output
•International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) listed
SpeedLasers are designed and manufactured in the USA with low cost software upgrades available to law enforcement and the best warranty in the industry. The R and S models have an available 8x user installable monocular scope and USB/SD storage. The R model has video capture options as well as print and photo evidence capabilities.
About Laser Atlanta
Since 1989, Laser Atlanta has been one of the leading innovators in the design, manufacture and sale of LIDAR products. We use our unique laser platform to provide ranging solutions for the military and civil engineering community. Since 1991, Laser Atlanta has been the trendsetter for LIDAR speed detection devices for law enforcement. With the fastest acquisition time, longest range and proprietary Stealth Mode™, SpeedLasers produce tickets that stick even against drivers using jammers. With three models from which to choose, the best warranty in the business and all-weather use, SpeedLaser LIDAR is the World’s Best for the World’s Finest™. Visit www.LaserAtlanta.com for more information.
SpeedLaser® and Laser Atlanta are registered trademarks of Laser Atlanta, LLC. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
Laser Atlanta, LLC
770-446-3866 ext. 140
Digital Ally is the exclusive distributor of the Laser Ally. Digital Ally is the exclusive distributor of the Laser Ally.”
DragonEye Technology, LLC
5680 Oakbrook Parkway, Suite 149
Norcross, GA 30093
Thank you Mr. Patterson for taking the time out of your busy day to set the record straight. I invite DragonEye to contact me anytime regarding any editorial writings that may not be accurate.
|Posted on June 20, 2010 at 4:56 PM|
Maybe it's because Laser Pro Park can't defeat the Poliscan II LIDAR speed cameras, or maybe they discontinued it because LPP can't jam the SCS-103, SCS-103, Truspeed Euro, Traffipatrol XR, SL700, and other lidar guns in the UK and Europe. It seems that the final large distributors, UK Speed Traps and Radar Detector Shop UK have discontinued the sale of Laser Pro Park all together. Maybe they'll start to sell that POS product again IF Pro Park ever gets their head out of their arses and finally comes out with an update to fix all the guns they can't jam. I have to hand it to the two resellers for finally doing what's right for the consumers and that's to stop selling an inferior product that doesn't work at jamming all laser guns.
UK speeders beware of other dishonest resellers selling Laser Pro Park. Honest and reliable distributors don't carry trash like the LPP.
|Posted on June 10, 2010 at 8:26 AM|
The brand spanking new Stalker LR series is out. Before we get into the fun stuff I'm going to quote what is new off of Stalkers website.
"Newly Designed Optics
New ergonomic, rechargeable battery handle provides better balance, which means less physical stress
Integrated battery charger
Improved latch-secured handle
State-of-the-art Surface Mount Technology
New 32-bit processor compared to the previous 8-bit processor
New CPU’s clock rate is 5X faster for faster target aquisition
Standardized receiver board built to accommodate
Time Distance Converter (TDC) for improved
Doppler Audio Tracking"
What does this mean for the laser jammer community? Is Stalker holding back a secret...
Applied Concepts has always been very good about listing ALL of its specs in its devices. Infact, I think it's safe to say Stalker was the ONLY LIDAR company that made their pulse rate out in the open, 130 Hz. You can find this information by clicking on the PDF spec sheet they always provide on the website.
What's different this time? OH NO!
Their are a few members on the forums who had their "LR" software upgrade, but the hardware wasn't changed. One member claims to have messed around with the prototype before it was released. So far nobody has actually messed around with a true retail production Stalker LR(they sell for about $3,400 BTW.) So guess what folks? I checked the spec sheet on the new LR and Stalker put everything on the spec sheet as usual BUT THE PULSE RATE! It's the first time ever that Stalker didn't put the pulse rate down. Did Stalker finally change the pulse rate from 130 pps to something else? Why would they list that info and everything else with all the other previous models, but suddenly they don't list it on the new one? Looks like Laser Pro Park has another gun it can't jam lol.
Why is the EU model a class 1M unit, but the USA version is a Class 1? Probably because the EU version has a higher pulse rate! woohoo.
|Posted on May 12, 2010 at 9:00 AM|
Since September 15th, 2009, Laser Interceptor USA has been trying to change the court location of the largest laser jammer legal battle in history. The change of venue is very important to Laser Interceptor because of the costs involved in flying to New York all the time. Clifford Crane filed for the motion on this 22nd day. I thought something was up because I wasn't able to locate the court case in New York's database. What could have happend? It then dawned on me Cliff must have won his motion to have the case put next to his house...okay the state of Florida at least. On the 29th of April the court granted Cliff's change of venue request. The details are in the pudding below:
4/29/2010 19 Case transferred in from New York Southern; Case Number 1:09-cv-07450. Original file certified copy of transfer order and docket sheet received. (Entered: 04/29/2010) 4/22/2010 18 ORDER granting 7 Motion to Change Venue. The Defendants' motion totransfer venue to the Middle District of Florida is GRANTED. The Clerk of the Court is directed to transfer the Complaint and file to the Middle District of Florida and to close the case on the docket of this Court.(Signed by Judge Barbara S. Jones on 4/21/2010) (jar) [Transferred from nysd on 4/29/2010.] (Entered: 04/22/2010)
CASE TRANSFERRED OUT ELECTRONICALLY from the U.S.D.C. Southern District of New York to the United States District Court - Middle District of Florida. (tro) [Transferred from nysd on 4/29/2010.] (Entered: 04/29/2010) 4/22/2010
Transmission to Docket Assistant Clerk. Transmitted re: 18 Order on Motion to Change Venue, to the Docket Assistant Clerk for case processing. (jar) [Transferred from nysd on 4/29/2010.] (Entered: 04/22/2010)
What does all this mean? Laser Interceptor USA LLC will have more money to spend on attorney's than airfare to the great state of New York.
The information contained in this blog is publically available and used for the purpose of commentation.
|Posted on April 25, 2010 at 5:42 AM|
On April 23rd, 2010 an administrator of a well known forum announced something would be said about Laser Interceptor in the next few days. Many of the forum members speculate Laser Interceptor (LI) will be available for sale on this popular site. If the forum members are correct this could be a huge blow to the Blinder camp. The commerical forum is connected to a Blinder M27/M47 and Escort ZR4 Shifter dealer. As far as I can see publically, Blinder and Laser Interceptor have not settled in any way, nor is their any mention of a preliminary hearing. Below is the publically available docket logs on the case. Let's see what happens in the laser jammer wild wild west world.
U.S. District Court
United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (Foley Square)
CIVIL DOCKET FOR CASE #: 1:09-cv-07450-BSJ-KNF
Blinder International v. Laser Interceptor USA et al
Date Filed#Docket Text
08/25/20091 COMPLAINT against Laser Interceptor USA, Clifford M. Crane. (Filing Fee $ 350.00, Receipt Number 698360)Document filed by Blinder International.(ama)
(Entered: 08/26/2009)08/25/2009 SUMMONS ISSUED as to Laser Interceptor USA, Clifford M. Crane. (ama)
(Entered: 08/26/2009)08/25/2009 Magistrate Judge Kevin Nathaniel Fox is so designated. (ama)
(Entered: 08/26/2009)08/25/2009 Case Designated ECF. (ama) (Entered: 08/26/2009)08/25/20092 RULE 7.1 CORPORATE DISCLOSURE STATEMENT. No Corporate Parent. Document filed by Blinder International.(ama)
(Entered: 08/26/2009)08/25/2009 Mailed notice to Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks to report the filing of this action. (ama) (Entered: 08/26/2009)09/02/20093 AFFIDAVIT OF SERVICE of Summons and Complaint. Clifford M. Crane served on 8/26/2009, answer due 9/15/2009. Service was accepted by Clifford Crane. Document filed by Blinder International. (Leichtman, David)
(Entered: 09/02/2009)09/02/20094 AFFIDAVIT OF SERVICE of Summons and Complaint. Laser Interceptor USA served on 8/26/2009, answer due 9/15/2009. Service was accepted by Clifford Crane. Document filed by Blinder International. (Leichtman, David) (Entered: 09/02/2009)09/15/20095 RULE 7.1 CORPORATE DISCLOSURE STATEMENT. No Corporate Parent. Document filed by Laser Interceptor USA, Clifford M. Crane.(Cohen, Neal)
(Entered: 09/15/2009)09/15/20096 ANSWER to Complaint with JURY DEMAND. Document filed by Laser Interceptor USA, Clifford M. Crane.(Cohen, Neal) (Entered: 09/15/2009)09/15/20097 MOTION to Change Venue. Document filed by Laser Interceptor USA, Clifford M. Crane. (Attachments: # 1 Notice of Motion, # 2 Exhibit A - Declaration of Clifford M. Crane, # 3 Exhibit B, # 4 Exhibit C, # 5 Exhibit D, # 6 Text of Proposed Order)(Cohen, Neal)
(Entered: 09/15/2009)09/29/20098 DECLARATION of W. Edward Bailey in Opposition re: 7 MOTION to Change Venue.. Document filed by Blinder International. (Leichtman, David) (Entered: 09/29/2009)09/29/20099 DECLARATION of Torben Bogh-Andersen in Opposition re: 7 MOTION to Change Venue.. Document filed by Blinder International. (Leichtman, David)
(Entered: 09/29/2009)09/29/200910 MEMORANDUM OF LAW in Opposition re: 7 MOTION to Change Venue.. Document filed by Blinder International. (Leichtman, David) (Entered: 09/29/2009)10/06/200911 REPLY MEMORANDUM OF LAW in Support re: 7 MOTION to Change Venue.. Document filed by Laser Interceptor USA, Clifford M. Crane. (Cohen, Neal)
(Entered: 10/06/2009)10/14/200912 NOTICE OF APPEARANCE by Wilford Edward Bailey on behalf of Blinder International (Bailey, Wilford) (Entered: 10/14/2009)10/15/200913 MOTION for Michael J. Colitz, III to Appear Pro Hac Vice. Document filed by Laser Interceptor USA, Clifford M. Crane.(dle) (Entered: 10/16/2009)10/20/2009 CASHIERS OFFICE REMARK on 13 Motion to Appear Pro Hac Vice in the amount of $25.00, paid on 10/15/2009, Receipt Number 702852. (jd)
(Entered: 10/20/2009)10/20/200914 ORDER FOR ADMISSION PRO HAC VICE ON WRITTEN MOTION granting 13 Motion for Michael J. Colitz, III to Appear Pro Hac Vice. (Signed by Judge Barbara S. Jones on 10/20/2009) (jpo)
(Entered: 10/20/2009)10/20/2009 Transmission to Attorney Admissions Clerk. Transmitted re: 14 Order on Motion to Appear Pro Hac Vice, to the Attorney Admissions Clerk for updating of Attorney Information. (jpo)
(Entered: 10/20/2009)11/02/200915 ORDER REFERRING CASE TO MAGISTRATE JUDGE. Order that case be referred to the Clerk of Court for assignment to a Magistrate Judge for General Pretrial (includes scheduling, discovery, non-dispositive pretrial motions, and settlement). Referred to Magistrate Judge Kevin Nathaniel Fox. Motions referred to Kevin Nathaniel Fox. (Signed by Judge Barbara S. Jones on 11/2/2009) (jpo)
(Entered: 11/03/2009)02/17/201016 NOTICE OF APPEARANCE by Oren Dov Langer on behalf of Blinder International (Langer, Oren)
(Entered: 02/17/2010)02/17/201017 NOTICE OF CHANGE OF ADDRESS by David Leichtman on behalf of Blinder International. New Address: Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi L.L.P., 499 Park Avenue, Suite 1200, New York, New York, USA 10022, 212-980-7400. (Leichtman, David) (Entered: 02/17/2010)
|Posted on January 28, 2010 at 9:02 AM|
The manufacturer of the M27 and M47 Xtreme laser jammer has filed for trademark rights in the UK recently. Read Blinder's application and story here:
|Posted on November 3, 2009 at 2:55 AM|
On April, 29th 2009, I wrote a blog about a few laser jammer "testers" not disclosing the whole truth about their Laser Interceptor transponder failures. I spoke about one person in particular that goes by the name of "happyA$$." Shortly after I wrote that blog I received an email from Steve saying my source was incorrect and that he wasn't the one who had returned his heads numerous times. At the time I believed my source was more credible than HappyA$$ on that topic, especially since it was an embarrassing blog about himself. I've had alot of time to think about Steve's claim and I can say in good faith that I believe him. It's now my personal opinion that my source added Steve's name accidentally, OR I possibly misinterpreted the info on Steve. I was able to verify my claim against Rob with mutliple sources, but with Steve I could only get one. Since Steve told me man-to-man my claim wasn't true, and I only had one source to go back on, I hearby retract my claim on Steve/HappyA$$. Rob(CrazyVolvoRob) on the other hand is still guilty as fu*k.
|Posted on September 8, 2009 at 11:10 AM|
New Software Update for BLINDER M27 & M47
Region code: 1 (1=INT)
Software Version: 4
SLAVE (transponder): M27/M47: Software ID1720
Region code: 2 (2=USA)
Software Version: 4
SLAVE (transponder): M27/M47: Software ID1720
Park sensor ports select
Jamming Time: 7 / 10 sec / Constant
Alarm time after jamming
Repair & Reset Software
1.2 INT Repair File
2.2 USA Repair File
|Posted on September 7, 2009 at 7:22 AM|
Anti-Laser USA runs from Blinder International patent attorney's?
On September 4th, it was discovered that Blinder International was sueing Laser Interceptor for alleged patent infringement. Since that time, AntiLaser USA, the distributor of the ALG9/ALG8 multi-purpose laser jammer has deleted most of the content on their website(www.antilaser.us). The only remains of the site is a link to AntiLaser's Croatian HQ website. We can only speculate about the timing of this website change, but one could assume that Antilaser decided to pull the plug after they found out a federal lawsuit was filed against Laser Interceptor for patent infringement.
Is AntiLaser's ALG9 laser jammer an IP right violation of Torben Bøgh-Andersen's patent?
According to Blinder International's May 2002 patent application(10/138036), several points are made that are similar to AntiLaser's product, one specifically, a 'look up table' in the software. Below is an excerpt of the patent app details:
"a database operatively connected to the microprocessor and having stored reference values for the first frequency of at least some of a number of known monitor signals, [Note: This is the look up table] and for each of the reference values also having stored in the database a corresponding value for the second frequency of the jamming signal, an optical receiver for receiving the monitor signal, an monitor signal converter for converting the monitor signal to an electrical monitor signal and sending the signal as input to the microprocessor, a program of the microprocessor for comparing the received electrical monitor signal with the reference values of the database, selecting the corresponding second frequency, or if no reference values are found selecting the first frequency as the second frequency, and generating an electric jamming signal with the selected frequency, a jamming signal converter for receiving said electrical jamming signal from the microprocessor and converting it to the jamming signal, and an optical transmitter for transmitting said jamming signal to the laser-based speed monitor." - patent application(10/138036)
Some people think Blinder International can't do anything to other 'DIODE' based laser jammers like the Laser Interceptor, Laser Pro Park, or Anti-Laser systems because a Blinder M27/M47 utilizes 904/905nm high power LED's. Blinder's year 2002 patent application is actually for a diode based system, not IR LED. In any case it doesn't really matter what the hardware is on alleged infringing products because the knife in the belly is all in the software. The application cited here is merely an application. Torben holds the software sword in the legal world. Check out the United States Patent and Trademark Office to read about Blinder's issued patent for the 'look up table' software. It's a great read.
We have no proof Anti-Laser is being litigated right now. Maybe it's a mere coincidence Anti-Laser USA changed their website around the same time just randomly. I'm willing to bet Anti-Laser and Laser Pro Park are up next.... Stay tuned for an entertaining time in the jammer world.
p.s. This blog post is purely speculation by the author. The author and webmaster is not a patent attorney. Special thanks to a little bird for bringing this topic up.
|Posted on September 4, 2009 at 3:03 PM|
Blinder International sues Cliff
Filed:August 25, 2009
Court:New York Southern District Court
Has Blinder International finally pulled off the gloves to protect their patent?
Read all about the lawsuit here:
|Posted on August 26, 2009 at 11:19 AM|
AntiLaser jams the European Poliscan speed lidar camera, also known as Nestor Systems in the United States. The Nestor system scans multiple lanes of traffic and has the capability of ticketing multiple cars in a wolf pack. This is a nice video of the ALG9 in action, however the in-car video footage is a bit weak. The car with the laser jammer speeds up, but you can tell it slows down to the speed limit when it comes up to the camera. I would like to see the test car whizzing by all the traffic. In any case it's nice to know the Anti-Laser team can jam this gun. Laser Pro Park on the other hand doesn't officially say they can jam this gun. Just another gun to add to the list Laser Pro Park can't jam?
|Posted on August 14, 2009 at 1:56 PM|
From the mail room! A question about the Laser Interceptor.
Question: "Hi – I just bought a laser jammer (Laser Interceptor) and wanted to verify that it is transmitting a signal. I am able to get an alert by using a TV remote (it says “unknown gun, jamming sequence initiated). This TV remote also sets off my Valentine1’s laser alert. However, once the jamming sequence starts on the LI, it does not set off the Valentine1.
Do you know if a jamming sequence should be detected by alaser detector (Valentine1)?"
Answer: Hello ****** and thanks for writing. First of all I hope you purchased your LI from an authorized dealer, otherwise if a problem occurs Ivan and Cliff won't help you. The Laser Interceptor uses smart pulse matching, not the brute force technique used by another jammer. When you hear the voice alert, "jamming sequence blah blah", that's only an extended alert. For example, in real life the Laser Interceptor may catch laser scatter from an officer targeting another car. This scatter may only be detected for 1 second, but the full 5+ second voice alert goes on even though the LI quit detecting the laser 4 seconds ago. What I'm trying to say is just because you hear the full voice alert, it doesn't mean laser is being detected or jamming for that entire time.
Don't worry about the V1. Your TV remote probably works in the Khz range and the Laser Interceptor heads are probably shooting at a high Khz range PAST the range of the TV remote and past the range of the V1 detector. It doesn't matter what pulse rate the LI is firing because we're not priviledged to their generic jamming algorythm. What matters is the diodes are firing and not dead. The easy way to test this is by getting your cell phone camera or video camera and pointing it at the transponders. Get your TV remote or laser tester and hold down the button. Look at the camera LCD screen. Do you see the laser diodes lighting up? You should. If you don't you need to call up Cliff right away.
If anyone else has a question please feel free to write. LaserJammerTests@gmail.com
|Posted on August 14, 2009 at 12:42 PM|
If you recognize the driver(maybe a friend of a friend) of the red car please do your civil duty and report him/her to the police for 'hit and run.' You can always give an anonymous tip to the police. We all like to watch train wrecks, but these a-holes cost lives and insurance premiums to go up. It's one thing to speed. It's another to be an idiot! - Chris