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Radar Jammers

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Harvz, Apr 13, 2005.

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  1. Harvz

    Harvz Guest

    Is it possible to build your own WORKING radar jammer? and does anyway have
    any schematics????
     
  2. Lord Garth

    Lord Garth Guest

    It is illegal...work on absorbing the signal or reflecting it away from the
    receiver.
    Make it work for both radio frequencies and infrared light frequencies, make
    it
    inexpensive and aerodynamic and then design it into a vehicle.
     
  3. Don Bruder

    Don Bruder Guest

    Yeah, it's trivial to do. It's also trivial to detect one being used,
    even without the aid of anything other than a reasonably trained
    speed-radar operator.

    Dunno about you poor downtrodden aussies that ain't even allowed to own
    guns anymore, but here in "the land of the free", it's also *HUGE* fines
    from the FCC for deliberately interfering with legitimate transmissions,
    on top of whatever the city, local, and state laws may have to say about
    it.

    Translation: Only a friggin' IDIOT would actually try to use one. You
    wanna speed? No problem. Just be ready to pony up the price of the
    ticket. It'll be at least thousands, if not tens of thousands, of
    dollars cheaper than the cost of being busted using a jammer, and unlike
    the situation if you're caught running a jammer, the chances of seeing
    any jail time are slim. YMMV for Australia, but considering how "Big
    Brother" the government seems to be turning down there, I wouldn't be
    terribly surprised to learn that you could be executed on the spot for
    mere posession of such a device.
     
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