This may turn out to be a source of entertainment, although that's not what I planned. ops:
So I was thinking about how a person with multiple cars but who's budget was limited, might want to be able to move a jammer from car to car. :?:
I was also thinking about someone who travels a lot and drives a rental car, and might want to be able to take their jammer with them. :idea:
I have a Escort ZR3 that's not installed at the moment and some suction cups, so last night while it was dark, I messed around and mounted the 2 front ZR3 jammer heads on the windsheild of one of my cars, and did some quick tests with a jammer tester, and camcorders in Nightshot mode.
This is just a conceptual mock up, certainly a better way to mount the heads, so that they could be aimed correctly, and maintain that aim would be required.
Also, any hope of stealth is not possible, without additional work. I did get the heads to detect the laser tester, and send back some pulses which I saw on the camcorders NightShot vision.
This morning when I took these pics, I noticed that my winshield was dirty, and I need to do a better job of aiming the heads straight down the road.
I haven't had a chance to test it on the road yet, do you think it's even worth it? Also, I have some concerns about eye safety. It didn't appear like much light was reflected back inside the car when I saw the jamming last night, but that could be an issue, especially if this concept was applied to a diode based jammer.
OK, thoughts, comments, criticism are more than welcome.