Drive-Smart claimed other laser jammers would have problems detecting new laser guns because they use "look up tables" and don't have "pulse link(a technology not proven by drive-smart yet.) Jimbo responded that most of the smart jammers, quoting Blinders patent, have a generic jamming sequence if a new pulse sequence is not recognized in the table.
I told Neil that the Blinder, ZR3, Lidatek, and the Pro-Park had generic jamming sequences. I knew for a fact the Blinder, ZR3, and the Lidatek surely had these because members of the board and myself have used these non police laser guns to test their jammers with success. What I was wrong about was assuming the Pro-Park does have a default generica jamming train. It's this fact I'm retracting, but Drive-Smart was still wrong about saying the other jammers don't have a way to react to new guns.
I'm retracting my statement about the Pro-Park, as it does NOT detect the Osprey. I would like Neil(drive-smart) to publically appologize for making the statement other jammers wouldn't react at all to new guns because the other jammers do react with a generic jamming sequence.
I was wrong for assuming a Pro-Park had the OLD technology that most other jammers have. It baffles me they didn't follow suit :cry: For this reason alone I would NOT feel comfortable having a Pro-Park on my car until they put a generic jamming code on their jammer. Lidatek's generic jamming code most likely uses the same amount of pulses close to the original mind blowing LE-10.