Why aren't laser jammer MFR's going for systems that are active all of the time instead of when triggered? What is needed is a semi-robust generic technique that is on 100% of the time. When a laser is detected and analyzed, then the transmitter can shift to a tailored technique. This would assist with the poor results we're seeing due to non-detection.
The Blinder used to be on all the time and then they switced to only being on when triggered which seems to me like a mistake. I realize they are going to have issues with the IR LED's interfering with the detection side but this can be overcome. If I could, I'd like to get an old Blinder (M-06) and join it with a Lidatek unit. The problem is, the old Blinders didn't seem to last long.