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    Default Would Blinder and Lidatek work together ?

    After the recent SML testings, and recent Blinder testings with punchthrough, i've been really concerned and want to get the best possible jammer, but i was thinking what about the blinder m20 plus the lidatek or would these two just cancel each other out and leave me even more vulnerable to laser targetting ? i was thinking about the m20 on the front and the lidatek in between two of the blinder transponders plus veil ? thanks for your help guys!!!

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    You do not need both.
    Even with what is on the forum, the Blinder had better test numbers than lidatik.
    If you think you can slow down in 5 sec. or less than the lidatek might be for you.
    If you think the lidatek did not have punch through you would be wrong. I saw numbers at 1000 and 500.
    Wait for the test results from SML.
    Why be worried and have a time limit on slowing down.
    The Blinder has the on-off for when you are down to speed, you might need 7 to 10 seconds. Why have the pressure when trying to back down from 90+.

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    Keep in mind that you can adjust the firing time up to 30seconds!!!!! by 30seconds you will already be past the officer...running the lidatek with the blinder will give you added protection

    Why would you be going 90mph+ with the blinder when your no ticket guarantee oly will work up to a max of 90mph(in 65mph limit) also Lidatek has the low default firing time not to encourage speeding!!!! and the firing time can be adjusted to be lengthened to give you added time to slow down

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blinder Dude
    The Blinder has the on-off for when you are down to speed, you might need 7 to 10 seconds. Why have the pressure when trying to back down from 90+.
    And I might add, If your car isnt capable of slowing down to the speed limit in under 7 seconds, then you shouldn't even think of driving that fast. For safety reasons. 7 sec is a long time.

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    So will they work together, or will there be some type of interference :?:

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    no, they will work together just fine. neither one will know the other is installed. but its like having two people shooting at the same paper target with the same caliber weapon. You cant tell who is hitting and who isnt. Kind of hard to evaluate.

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    I would think two independent jammers would increase the likelihood of the gun showing a jam code... after all, the gun is sending one stream of pulses, and receiving three streams back (one from the gun, and two from the jammers).

    One jammer can time its response pulses to fool the gun, but two jammers can't adjust for each other's pulses. The result is the gun would get confused, possibly throwing an error code, or even reporting a jammer.

    It *might* work if you were talking two Blinders or two Lidateks, assuming the same firmware, mounting positions, etc. so the pulses are roughly in sync. But I wouldn't count on a Blinder and a Lidatek working together without possible issues.
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    I was told that they will NOT work together. They will confuse each other.
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    the jammers arent going to see each other. I dont see how they could conflict each other. The the signal starts at the gun, hits the car/jammers, and goes back to the gun. Its 1 bounce. Its not going to bounce off the laser gun and come back to the jammer. The laser gun just retransmits. Think of it like baseball. Not a tennis match.

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    The jammers won't confuse each other but the multiple jammers will send a confusing result back to the gun.

    Imagine a tennis match. You serve the ball, the other player returns TWO balls. Laser gun sends out a signal, gets two signals back. Unless it's a really old, low-tech laser gun (clueless tennis player?), it's going to throw an error or jam code.
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