I was poking around the Laser Atlanta website and came across and interesting press release. It appears they can now identify when they are being jammed and what type of jammer is interfering with the gun. Could be a real drag in a state that bans jammers. Even worse, it's a software upgrade so older guns can get it as well.
One interesting thing...they'll probably have to keep updating their signatures as the jammers tweak their pulse train.
[/quote]The SpeedLaser has had an industry leading “stealth” mode that fools jammers, defeating them from
preventing speed readings. This exciting new feature now detects that a jammer is in use and displays
the type of jammer to the law enforcement officer at the time that the speed is recorded.
Laser Atlanta CEO James Kelly launched the new feature because of law enforcement interest in this