The highway overpass speed trap with any lidar gun is bad news. Not only can they hit you from the front of the car while the ground units chase you by car below, but they've also hit people from the rear. You can watch some of outruns videos to see them in action.
I think of all laser jammer tests this kind of test scenario should be the #1 priority. If a laser jammer can jam a highway overpass shooting angle then it can surely jam a straight on laser hit.
What is the maximum angle these laser jammers will jam at? One would think a laser jammer sending out a straight beam wouldn't effect a high angle overpass shot and these kind of traps are becoming common ground.
To the laser jammer manufacturers: Do you claim your jammer will work against this type of scenario?
To the forum members: Would you buy a $550.00 laser jammer if it didn't jam an overpass shot?