i m sorry that maybe this topic had been discussed before, but i dont think anyone had any serious discussion regard this scenario.
although the GOL test was "the worst case scenario", but it was still under the condition that car continued to travel at the same speed after encountering a lidar shot, in which the jammer transmitter remained level as it supposed to be.
but we know that in the real life, we slam on the brake as our first reaction toward a lidar alert. This can result in serious nose dive (brake dive) particularly if we are traveling at higher speed and the suspension is not like those sports cars. Can someone share your experience, does it affect the PT? or the vertical divergence of the jammer beam is enough to cover the dive of the car head and jamming remain unaffected?