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microwave
12-05-2014, 08:28 AM
I have a question - how do you think you can build a laser jammer that does not interfere with the measurement but it changes the value of the speed measurement?
:confused:

Assuming no compulsion to be a completely universal device, let the work on such. Ultralite 100, 200..125. Definitely will not just work on lasers manufactured in Europe with a random distribution of laser impulses.:cool:

Why is there no such jammerów the market ??;)

oddpedestrian
12-06-2014, 07:57 PM
I have a question - how do you think you can build a laser jammer that does not interfere with the measurement but it changes the value of the speed measurement?
:confused:

Assuming no compulsion to be a completely universal device, let the work on such. Ultralite 100, 200..125. Definitely will not just work on lasers manufactured in Europe with a random distribution of laser impulses.:cool:

Why is there no such jammerów the market ??;)
Don't know I wonder the same but then again there are hardly few American manufactures in this business if any at all so that might have a lot to do with it.

microwave
12-07-2014, 01:19 PM
With pulse patameters:
LI - ADUC + FPGA ($ 5)
or ALG -PIC :o

not achieved the accuracy required in placing the glitch. 50-100ps accuracy is required. :cool:

But it is at the moment no problem for the village ;) technology.

RedRocket
12-07-2014, 07:53 PM
I have a question - how do you think you can build a laser jammer that does not interfere with the measurement but it changes the value of the speed measurement?
:confused:
Why is there no such jammerów the market ??;)Is this possible ? Have you proved this can be done ?


With pulse patameters:
LI - ADUC + FPGA ($ 5)
or ALG -PIC :o

not achieved the accuracy required in placing the glitch. 50-100ps accuracy is required. :cool:

But it is at the moment no problem for the village ;) technology.I do not understand your terminology "village technology" ! Does this mean "layman" or "amateur" developers versus professionals ?

microwave
12-09-2014, 05:16 AM
Village ... it's more European, more fit garage business.:p
As it was to just work it is easy to imagine.
I I wonder what prevents the company from the garage to create such Jammer?:confused:

RedRocket
12-09-2014, 02:55 PM
I understand now,garage business & cellar business & layman,etc. are all similar terms for what you mean.
Maybe garage company is prevented b/c they're illegal where he resides.

So,you didn't answer my question...have you done this?
Have you imagined?

microwave
12-10-2014, 12:56 PM
:oI'm curious opinion specialists in this forum:

1. Is it possible to build a laser jammer changing indicate speed meter?
2. Why nobody produces?

My ideas are CDR + DVD + CDW, but I do not know in what order ??:confused:

RedRocket
12-10-2014, 02:44 PM
1. Yes.- (but why would someone want to do it ?)
2. It is not needed & therefore few customers to buy it !

Now it is your turn to answer my questions.

microwave
12-11-2014, 06:41 AM
The only thing that is true what you say is:
1. Yes.:o

In contrast, what you write:
--- (but why would someone want to do it?)
2. It is not needed & the Therefore a few customers to buy it!
---
Without a Reply (no coments) .:o

Both in Poland and in the US, as a police officer can not quickly measure the velocity of the vehicle, the vehicle stops routinely to control and, of course, sees the laser head.;)

In Poland, directs the vehicle to the experts (driver pays for expert opinions). At the time of the vehicle expertise expert witness appointed by a court finds install Jammer ... etc ... etc ..:cool:

In the US you know better than me what it is.
Of course, any translation that is a parking sensor :D;) will not help because the court is well aware that this parking assistant and jammer ...

Now I will not be silent on the question that many insurance companies do not want to pay compensation as their agents find mount Jammer, or while inspection after the accident, a police officer finds fitting Jammer (they have insurance premiums as a foundling jammer):(

RedRocket
12-11-2014, 09:27 AM
You still havn't answered my questions !

Therefore,our discussion is now ending as you only seem to want to ask questions but ignore mine to you.

Bye,bye ! (Fini)

radarrob
12-11-2014, 12:18 PM
The only thing that is true what you say is:
1. Yes.:o

In contrast, what you write:
--- (but why would someone want to do it?)
2. It is not needed & the Therefore a few customers to buy it!
---
Without a Reply (no coments) .:o

Both in Poland and in the US, as a police officer can not quickly measure the velocity of the vehicle, the vehicle stops routinely to control and, of course, sees the laser head.;)

In Poland, directs the vehicle to the experts (driver pays for expert opinions). At the time of the vehicle expertise expert witness appointed by a court finds install Jammer ... etc ... etc ..:cool:

In the US you know better than me what it is.
Of course, any translation that is a parking sensor :D;) will not help because the court is well aware that this parking assistant and jammer ...

Now I will not be silent on the question that many insurance companies do not want to pay compensation as their agents find mount Jammer, or while inspection after the accident, a police officer finds fitting Jammer (they have insurance premiums as a foundling jammer):(Hi,
what company do you work for?

microwave
12-11-2014, 03:46 PM
What???;);)




12-11-2014, 09:27 AM
Thread: New technologies in laser jammer ??
by RedRocket Replies11
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Re: New technologies in laser jammer ??

You still havn't answered my questions !

Therefore,our discussion is now ending as you only seem to want to ask questions but ignore mine to you.

Bye,bye ! (Fini)


:confused:

microwave
12-11-2014, 04:05 PM
Welcome VIP:rolleyes:

Works in Lifos Sp.zo .. Gdansk.
I can not say anything right away because I will no more necessary and the subject will be deleted.:cool:


trp = tp- tdeth - nmax x tdv + n x tdv
We now clear.:o

microwave
12-12-2014, 09:27 AM
Help.:rolleyes:
trp(n) = tp - tdeth - nmax x tdv + n x tdv


trp (n) - pulse delay time prediction - false speed.
tp - time of the laser pulse repetition - to measure the distance to the car.
tdeth - the reserve time.
nmax- maximum number of laser pulses for measuring distance.
tdv - delay correction - speed correction
n - the number of the next laser pulse.

The problem is not in the formula.;)

You have to make the receiver input amplifier of the class which is the laser speed meter.
Delay must be with an accuracy about 100ps,
tp - measurement with an accuracy of at least 10ns. etc, etc ...:(:confused:

This is a job for the people of the microwave, instead of PIC ...:o

WDG
12-16-2014, 04:27 PM
I'm thinking Arby's.

RadarNut
12-17-2014, 12:45 PM
Arby's does sound good right now... they got that 2 sandwich deal over here for like 5 bucks....Might have to get some on this cold day.

upstatedoc
12-18-2014, 07:33 AM
Arby's does sound good right now... they got that 2 sandwich deal over here for like 5 bucks....Might have to get some on this cold day.

My wife, all 120lbs of her, can throw down two beef n cheddars in one sitting.

WDG
12-26-2014, 09:52 PM
BTW, have y'all seen this?
Radar Roy's Blue Raider Radar Jammer Review (http://youtu.be/Z4kroDJtvkc)

BrownOut
12-27-2014, 06:11 AM
BTW, have y'all seen this?
Blue Raider Radar Jammer Review (http://youtu.be/Z4kroDJtvkc)

Fed her for under 5, I vote [Keeper-A]

CJR238
12-27-2014, 09:21 AM
Arby's does sound good right now... they got that 2 sandwich deal over here for like 5 bucks....Might have to get some on this cold day.

My wife, all 120lbs of her, can throw down two beef n cheddars in one sitting.

Shes 4' 3" right?

j/k

WDG
12-28-2014, 11:11 AM
BTW, have y'all seen this?
Blue Raider Radar Jammer Review (http://youtu.be/Z4kroDJtvkc)

Fed her for under 5, I vote [Keeper-A]

I have no idea what happened there. Think I've got it fixed, now.
Here's what that was supposed to be: Radar Roy's Blue Raider Radar Jammer Review (http://youtu.be/Z4kroDJtvkc)

BrownOut
12-28-2014, 02:54 PM
BTW, have y'all seen this?
Blue Raider Radar Jammer Review (http://youtu.be/Z4kroDJtvkc)

Fed her for under 5, I vote [Keeper-A]

I have no idea what happened there. Think I've got it fixed, now.
Here's what that was supposed to be: Radar Roy's Blue Raider Radar Jammer Review (http://youtu.be/Z4kroDJtvkc) Just thought I was funny so I voted too, a good break from the Blue Scammer and his product.

microwave
09-28-2018, 03:04 PM
Hahaha!!!;)


And why were these nasties and attacks on MICOM?


Radar Roy went bankrupt and died.


There is no company selling radar detectors in Poland,;)
laser jammers (archaic eg LI) for $ 800 are of no interest.
In Europe too poor.


JBR is everywhere :o


There is a saying in Poland (maybe in the US) - "dogs are barking the caravan is going on" is about you - brown out, wdg,.....


Congratulations for Red Rocket - he was the first to be vigilant.
You've got Red Rocket (your questions) , some patience ...

:o

p.s.
Why this topic can not be seen from the search engine, you are so afraid of it ?

Husband always learns the last.:cool: