I don't really completely know how the technology works, so if this is a retarded question, just tell me.
It seems like there may be two parts to the jamming effectiveness:
1. The effectiveness of the jamming technology itself (LED vs. Diodes, number of LEDs or Diodes used, etc). Ie., the "penetrability".
2. The coverage or reach from the sensor (and I'm assuming the further way from the sensor the laser gun is targeting, the more likely the punch-through).
So if the above is right (or close, LOL) - my question pertains to #2. Is there a major difference in "coverage" between LED versus Diode based jammers (given a single head (sensor))? If so, what are the relative distances that each can safely protect?