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  1. #1
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    Default Europe : Ultra Thin Laser Beam



    Called the Line 300 manufactured in France with a us laser , the maker claims a 3 cm spread beam @ 300 meters ,
    according to the laser width calculator(thanks to Sethy ) :=+ 32 inches , that is a huge difference and a new challenge for any anti-laser manufacturer .


    Free trans = To jam it , one would need to install jammer everywhere on his car.
    Quant aux systèmes de brouillage, il faudrait en mettre partout sur la voiture. Car si le faisceau du Line 300 est large de 3 mètres à trois kilomètres, il n'est plus que de 3 cm à 300 mètres. Amusez-vous à brouiller un aussi petit faisceau ciblé sur votre toit !
    Built for tunnels , it can be used anywhere .



    ref.http://les.arsouilleurs.free.fr/page...s/line300.html

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    Darnit. The old cat N mouse game again. I know @ 3cm it will have its drawbacks as well. Lets see how this comes along. 8)

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    Time for Jammers ALL OVER my car.

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    As long as the jammer detects the signal, which is very possible with the fact that an officer cant hold a laser gun perfectly steady, I imagine it will still be jammed.

    Now, will it be the next ultralyte?

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    I don't think this gun would spell doom by any means. As it has been shown before, a sensitive detector/jammer does not necessarily need to get hit with the "hot part" of the beam in order to detect it.

    I'll refer to JTW's stealth test video:
    http://www.jammertests.com/f/JammerT...50_stealth.wmv

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    With that narrow a beam, there's no way that gun would work handheld. It would have to be mounted on a tripod at the very least.

    It looks more like something that would be mounted in fixed position and used for speed measurement or traffic sensing in a specific location, or for use with photo enforcement.
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    Default Beam width

    The LTI beam width is also similar and focused very finely,Jamming is not hard if you know what you are doing.

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    Default BINGO!

    That's why its mounted on a ceiling of a tunnell or a commercial fixed location. Motorist drive through the beam which makes me wonder if you straddled the lanes............................
    -Suf Daddy

    Quote Originally Posted by kpatz
    With that narrow a beam, there's no way that gun would work handheld. It would have to be mounted on a tripod at the very least.

    It looks more like something that would be mounted in fixed position and used for speed measurement or traffic sensing in a specific location, or for use with photo enforcement.

 

 

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