Last edited by BlinderGuy; 02-26-2009 at 01:30 PM.
Shhhhhhh........don't give the LEOs ideas.
Well, my only guess (This is just a guess/speculation) is as follows:
Assuming you didn't fire-up the lidar guns at the exact same time (only within ~.25seconds of each other) it most likely confused the jammers after seeing (Lets say a 100PPS gun, and then within a 1/4second as it is trying to figure out how to jam that gun, yet another 100PPS signal coming in confuses them).
In other words, I don't think you are overpowering them, since to each lidar gun, it (your jammer) would be sending out the exact same amount of 'light' as it normally would (Its not splitting it 50/50 to each gun, each gun gets 100%... its not like one gun grabs 50% leaving only the other 50% for the other gun), but rather the confusion of trying to jam 2 laser devices at the same time, probably caused jamming errors within the jammers algorithms.
I bet you simply confused them (the jammers). I bet the LI might have even resorted to a generic jamming code?
That is all just a guess... but it sounded plausible.
we already tried this with different type of guns... a gun with dynamic pps would be cool.