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    Default Blinder's functioning speed

    I have an old M10 system that I had on my Mustang back in 2000. I was going to put it on my truck, but I have always wondered if it really worked. I mean, if a laser pulse hits a car at the speed of light, how can the Blinder unit interpret the pulse, figure out the best jamming frequency, and send it out all before the original light signal bounces off the car and back to the gun? Does the original bounce back get to the gun, but then the jamming info gets there and "destroys" its input?

    Also, what does the M20 do that the M10 didn't? How is it better?

    Thanks

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    A laser gun has to send and receive a minimum of 1 pulse (or more likely 2 or 3) in order to measure the distance to your vehicle. In order to measure speed, it takes several distance measurements over a period of time and then calculates speed as a change of distance over time.

    No jammer can possibly respond fast enough to jam the first pulse received from the gun, but as long as it's quick enough to start jamming after 3 or 4 pulses the gun will be able to get distance but not speed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kpatz
    A laser gun has to send and receive a minimum of 1 pulse (or more likely 2 or 3) in order to measure the distance to your vehicle. In order to measure speed, it takes several distance measurements over a period of time and then calculates speed as a change of distance over time.

    No jammer can possibly respond fast enough to jam the first pulse received from the gun, but as long as it's quick enough to start jamming after 3 or 4 pulses the gun will be able to get distance but not speed.
    You're right on the money Kpatz. The ultimate laser jammer test would be to shoot a car when it's stationary. If you can jam a distance measurement you can surely jam a speed measurement because distance measurements are harder, as Kpatz has already said. I know that the Lidatek can jam distance readings on a stalker.

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    I BELIEVE that Lidatek jams distance reading on all guns
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    Quote Originally Posted by happya$$
    I BELIEVE that Lidatek jams distance reading on all guns
    Lidatek does NOT jam stationary distance readings on the Kustom Pro Laser 3. This is mainly because the PL3 sucks with error trapping. The gun is awesome to use and handle, but it sucks in terms of technology. If you're an officer get an Ultralyte or Stalker.

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    so is it even worth it to put the M10 system on my truck?

    what upgrades do the m20/m40 offer?

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregscalade
    so is it even worth it to put the M10 system on my truck?

    what upgrades do the m20/m40 offer?

    thanks
    An M10 system doesn't work against 3rd generation guns. You would have to talk with Leon at blinder about upgrades. www.blinderXtreme.com.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JammerTests Webmaster
    An M10 system doesn't work against 3rd generation guns. You would have to talk with Leon at blinder about upgrades. www.blinderXtreme.com.
    Which guns operate in 3rd generation technology; 8)

 

 

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