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    Oh hell: undercover cops, radars, lasers... It's easier to just commit a cuicide..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodgy
    you just need a highly polished, fully sweet car.

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    ... with a straight-pipe exhaust, n2o, limo tint on all windows and a malfunctioning speedometer..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuriy
    How the hell would you jam a laser? You'd need some sort of layer of reflective ****e on your car to do that.
    You've never heard of laser jamming? is way easier and cheaper to do compared to radar jamming. It just involves sending back light waves at the same wavelength of police LIDAR (904 nm). Heres a site that reviewed 6 popular laser jammers: http://www.radartest.com/article.asp?articleID=8502

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    My info will be dated buy I used to install e-911 systems and computer aided dispatch. We had a subcontractor do cappc's and packet radios (this was mid 90's) the cars had IBM thinkpads and would transmit small packets of GPS data and such back to the CAD system. This way when the cop arrived on the scene instead of radioing back they were 10-whatever to the dispatcher they just hit a key on the laptop as they jump out of the car. We had a vehicle status monitor at each cad sation that told the cars location and status and distance to the current 911 call that dispatched had answered. Above we had big viewsonic monitors with a city map and little icons for cop cars and fire trucks would move around the streets. If there was a 911 call a little phone would popup on the map, when the dispatcher changed the status to fire for example the icon would change to a fire, etc. It was fun testing, we could have a couple cops turn off the gps then drive and hide somewhere and turn them back on and we would tell them their location, a big game of hide and seek.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodgy
    you just need a highly polished, fully sweet car.
    DUDE! didn't you listen to it, you have to have an IROC Z28!! <g>

    Long live the IROC Z!!

    ok, I don't have an IROC Z, but I sure liked them when they were made...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MoFo
    You've never heard of laser jamming? is way easier and cheaper to do compared to radar jamming. It just involves sending back light waves at the same wavelength of police LIDAR (904 nm). Heres a site that reviewed 6 popular laser jammers: http://www.radartest.com/article.asp?articleID=8502
    Thanks I didn't know about these before, I feel like I need one now
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    Quote Originally Posted by kefka_killer
    I imagine the to track them you would need a second scanner at another location and triangulate the position.
    What he said but actually would need 3. Would be only 2d though. Need 4 for altitude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BiohazrD
    What about a jammer? I have instructions on how to build one.
    Can you show a link or more info on how to build one?? Just curious.
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    Instead of a jammer what about a laser that transmitts data?
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