Well first I would like to say hello, I have been reading the forums for a few days now, mostly this one as I am interested in purchasing a laser jammer sometime soon. Anyways on to the point.
I have been thinking about a way to get around the patent. I'm not sure if it has already been thought of or not but I havent seen it. So if you dont know, video game consoles have had "mod-chips" around for a long time. I have one for my xbox that sits dormant in the basement as I no longer enjoy playing it. Basically, modchips are legal, and fine to have, what type of bios(software) you put on them is what causes problems. So modchip manufactures simply ship them without any software, then everyone knows with a little research, where online they can get exactly what software they want to enable them to play copied games. Maybe you are seeing the point...
Although I am not sure how Antilaser inteads to use their usb port, or exactly how the chip is set up, this seems like a great solution. If they cant have a product with lookup tables, then fine don't. Either sell a product with a blank chip that can be flashed, or one with just parking software. Then either on their website with a disclaimer saying it is illegal to download this software if you live in the us, etc where it violates patents, or just making it available though other methods, they can offer a bios/firmware with lookup tables and laser jamming methods. Just my thoughts for the early morning.