With laser speed cameras in mind (Vitronic Poliscan) do you agree that jammers are better at detecting laser than a portable radar detector as they have multiple larger receivers, lower without a bonnet in the way and most front location possible on the car.
Why don't laser jammer manufacturers have laser detection only firmware? then you have got no problem if a Leo stop you, they can easily see the laser heads and if it went to court, they could not prove that the equipment could jam laser.
One step further, why can't say Blinder (that is firmware upgradable) have a button to hold for 5 seconds that clears the detecting/jamming firmware and defaults to the hard coded detecting only possible.
This would sell like hot cakes in Western Australia with many new Poliscan laser speed cameras. With a front facing one, you may get a warning from say +200m range with Blinder but only 100m or less with a radar detector. The difference from a ticket or not.
Interested in your comments.