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    i have an idea...is this legal? i know alot about radar detection equiptment, so here is my idea. police radar freq. are at A an K and Ka right? so, is there a way to get something that would output that signal...and attach the antennas to the bottom of your car? so if a cop guns you, all the freakin freq would be comming from your car that the cop would get 4334534eu on the detection equiptment. i have heard about this being done, but is it illegal to do so, and would it work?
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    I dont know about the legalities, but it should be theoretically feasable (ie i dont know if you could pull it off in your car). Also, a lot of departments seem to be migrating to laser, which would be unaffected....
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    yes it is illegal to interfere/jam any radar signals that the police use.

    i dont know if i get what you are trying to do though. basically make a jammer, right??
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    Laser is even easier to jam.... but could cost more.

    Laser reads the light bouncing off the car. All it takes to get the gun to jam is a flood of IR, its close enough in the spectrum for the gun to miss read.

    The problem is, its kinda hard to flood an entire car with IR. you can cover the grille, and thats good, because cops are taught to aim for the grille. In particular, if you have a front license plate, thats number one on the list, then grille, then head lamps, then the hood. The rear target is the license plate, then the bumper area, then tail lights.

    FYI - motorcycles are almost impossible to hit with laser. (nothing to aim for) they try for the headlight, but its usually on, and when your doing 90 on a broom stick its hard to hit....
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    cool ive seen those IR spotlights at jaycar.com which consist up lots of ir leds grouped together.

    so they have another use other than to see in the dark with that night camera.

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    You can make a radar jammer with an old radar detector.. you only have to hook it up different en bend the detector..
    It's a detector.. when you wire it differently it will become a transmitter of these signals...

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    Hey, I know
    WHY DON'T YOU JUST GO THE SPEEDLIMIT!!!!!
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    there are jammers you can buy, open to the back of a popular science magazine
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    Originally posted by Raas:
    <STRONG>You can make a radar jammer with an old radar detector.. you only have to hook it up different en bend the detector..
    It's a detector.. when you wire it differently it will become a transmitter of these signals...

    Greetz</STRONG>
    Yeah, how??? BTW, teh police are always changing the frequency they use to stop people from using the radar detectors.. :P
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    MMMM, then i want to integrate this into the car stereo so that no cop ever knows it exists... Nothing ****es me off more than cops who pull people over for going 28 in a 25mph zone. I have a friend who got a ticket for that.
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    take a look at http://www.police-radar-jammers.com/

    I think i found it there a while ago.. not sure though..

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