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Old 12-12-2007, 04:17 PM   #1
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Anyone have experience with the "Phaser II" radar jammer?

curious if anyone has ever used or seen one..?? disables all police speed detection equipment for a 2 mile radius....???

and for the fuzz, can you get in trouble for using them? they say legal in texas....
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Old 12-12-2007, 04:23 PM   #4
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radar jammers that you can buy legally dont work bro
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beat me to it... i've read all kinds of things about radar and laser jammers and all. I've heard good things about the VEIL coating that you put on the headlights. since a cop can only target the headlight on a bike, it seems like it'd work pretty good to decrease the distance he can target you at. couple that with a good radar detector and you shouldn't get tagged by laser. 1 can said it was good for 10 headlights. anyone want to split the price of a can? $89?
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HAHAHA a passive radar jammer-no way in will it ever work. It can return signals (the same way the antennas in products at stores can trigger the alarm) problem is that returned and modified signal is so weak compared to the much larger bounced radar return the radar doesn't even know it is there.

Rocky Mountain Radar has actually been told by the FCC to stop making the claims and may also be sued by consumer protection offices for false claims.

There are active radar jammers available for around 1200-1500 but they are illegal. If you are caught operating a device I think it can be 10 years, $50,000. However, in order to get caught they would require extensive equipment a radar gun with a bad number or no number is hardly evidence.

Laser jammers ARE legal though. They do have limitations (once you get close enough you can't jam anymore) and a good set for a car costs about $450.
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[url]one example above, if you want a radar check on this site radar roy. As for jamming you can with laser, it is governed by the FDA, the other is the FCC and is a federal offense.

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the laser jammer that I tested worked quite well.

radar jammers are old skool, radar is old skool.
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??????????????? how about this?
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that is what i'm talking about. i saw it on another site for $89... did not say out of stock
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curious if anyone has ever used or seen one..?? disables all police speed detection equipment for a 2 mile radius....???

and for the fuzz, can you get in trouble for using them? they say legal in texas....
I've got one ! sitting at my parents ....work is only 15 miles now so haven't used in a few years ....I did have good luck with it !! If you want $50.00 pm me !!
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buy it and i'll bring the laser and radar
that's what i was just thinking. apply it to one but not the other and see at what distance you get a reading
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beat me to it... i've read all kinds of things about radar and laser jammers and all. I've heard good things about the VEIL coating that you put on the headlights. since a cop can only target the headlight on a bike, it seems like it'd work pretty good to decrease the distance he can target you at. couple that with a good radar detector and you shouldn't get tagged by laser. 1 can said it was good for 10 headlights. anyone want to split the price of a can? $89?
but i dont have headlights LOL... i got little bitty of light. i could coat mine 100 times with a can
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curious if anyone has ever used or seen one..?? disables all police speed detection equipment for a 2 mile radius....???

and for the fuzz, can you get in trouble for using them? they say legal in texas....
I'm not sure if they work.. However I saw a special this a few months back.
There isnt a Texas law against them but it is a Federal Law..

Basicly the FCC banned all use, sale and manufacturing of them in the US.. Here is an article on the lawsuit going on between RMR and the FCC..
http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/cgi-bi...case&no=979579

The FCC, the agency charged with executing the Congressional policy of maintaining control over all channels of radio transmission, see 47 U.S.C. §§ 151, 301, has the authority to promulgate regulations "governing the interference potential of devices which in their operation are capable of emitting radio frequency energy . . . in sufficient degree to cause harmful interference to radio communications." 47 U.S.C. § 302a(a). In our review of the FCC's determination that its regulations prohibit the marketing of the Spirit II, <--- spirt 2 of course is the radar jammer..

The FCC issued a public notice stating that the intentional use of jammers constitutes "malicious interference" with radar units used by FCC-licensed police and public safety agencies to measure vehicle speeds. Appellant's App. at 96-97 (informing the public that the FCC regulates radar jammers, which are designed to interfere with radar, but not radar detectors, which "are radio receivers tuned to receive radar signals and are used by motorists to provide a warning of any radar activity in the vicinity"). The agency warned that "[a]nyone using a jammer risks such penalties as losing an FCC license[], paying a fine, or facing criminal prosecution." Id.

again I dont know if they work.. Maybe some do and some dont just like a lot of other gadgets you can buy.. But my question is if it doesnt work then why is the FCC so up in arms about it? Food for thought.
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beat me to it... i've read all kinds of things about radar and laser jammers and all. I've heard good things about the VEIL coating that you put on the headlights. since a cop can only target the headlight on a bike, it seems like it'd work pretty good to decrease the distance he can target you at. couple that with a good radar detector and you shouldn't get tagged by laser. 1 can said it was good for 10 headlights. anyone want to split the price of a can? $89?
You're gonna have to coat your entire car. Laser is easily bounced off the windshield, front bumper, front LP, anything that's a little bit reflective.
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