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    Default Re: Testing my laser jammers, will this work..

    Quote Originally Posted by RobInAlbany View Post
    i hit my zr3s with one of those themometers and got no response. It might not be the right wavelength (ie 905nm)

    I have since built a laser pulser using the same laser diode LI does. I made the pulser so it could be adjusted from 50 to 20,000ppm. I tested that on my LIs and rx65, they only alert to pulses from about 100 to 200ppm. I also wonder if my pulsure would work as a jammer if I turned the frequency all the way up, sort of like an old brute force jammer that worked really well.

    The pulser is kinda neat, I made it with about $40 worth of parts, its about a pack of smokes in size, and runs of a 9V
    That's really interesting: a 40$ laserpulser using the same laser diode as in the LI? Where did you get an Osram laser for (much) less than 40$?

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    Default Re: Testing my laser jammers, will this work..

    fulcrum, pm sent

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    Default Re: Testing my laser jammers, will this work..

    i had a request for the schematic


 

 

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