I recently wrote to to Cheetah USA, creators of the Cheetah GPS mirror, and asked if there was a way to integrate one of their GPS devices with laser jammers.
My goal was to have their product AUTOMATICALLY cut off my the jammers (not suppress the alerts, but actually cut the jammers off) once a certain speed was reached in relation to the PSL.
For example: Say I am driving 75mph in a PSL 60mph zone and I get lasered. When I hit the brakes I would like for a Cheetah device to cut off my jammers when my speed reaches 64. Obviously, one would be able to tailor the parameters for laser jammer shutdown.
A device which could do this would be less noticeable to police than manually shutting off jammers or shutting off based on time.
Cheetah replied with the following letter:
I am VERY interested in such a product and I thought others here might be to. This would make jamming laser so much less complicated.
We actually developed a product in 2006, called the SMARTnode, which used software on a mobile device (ActiveStealth) to do exactly what you are asking for, along with some other useful power control functions for jammers.
We completed the development of the product, but found little or no market interest, so it was mothballed. The software was designed to operate on a Windows Mobile device, which have now generally been superseded by iPhones and Andriod and Symbian devices.
If there is sufficient demand in the future, we can easily bring this back to life.
If you are on board with me please send Stuart a letter at Support@speedcheetah.com requesting that they resurrect the SMARTnode program.
I personally would like to see this as an option in the Cheetah mirror and/or as another separate GPS product that they offer.