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Social media and crowdsourcing has shaped the way we operate on a daily basis; it was only a matter of time before before these things hit the road. Escort Live takes a giant leap forward in an idea that only few others have dared to tread...
Most modern radar detectors include various advanced filtering routines, some which drastically reduce range and performance. In this article we examine the two newest features added to certain Escort firmware which help keep your performance high and noise level low.
Radar detectors capture signals from the airwaves through the use of their radar antennae, also called a horn. The type of horns used in radar detectors are called pyramidal horns, since their shape is like that of a pyramid whose sides are flared and help direct the surrounding signals to the center ridge of the horn.
The 9500ix is of a completely different breed of radar detector and certainly is in the top three if not number one of all detectors on the market. Powered by a SiRFstarIII GPS receiver, the 9500ix brings a plethora of new features to the once analog radar detector world.
LIDAR guns have varied in design over the past 10 years, and manufacturers have made significant changes to improve the device's target acquisition time, target range, and even utilizing anti-jam software, some which still haven't been defeated to this day.
A common dilemma with LIDAR jammer installations is determining whether certain materials, such as the plastic lenses in headlight and taillight assemblies, alter the receiving and transmitting capabilities of the sensors. This article shows that this material does not affect the performance of LIDAR jammers.
Everything has a beginning and Lidatek, along with their product the Laser Echo 10 (LE-10), had a hand in shaping the future for more advanced LIDAR jamming techniques, many which are still adopted by various companies today. Have a look at this article and travel back in time.
Not everything has to have a high tech answer... it is no different when it comes to laser jamming. Laser Veil is a liquid coating that is commonly applied to vehicle headlight lenses and other highly reflective areas in the front of the vehicle in order to prevent the reflection of LIDAR transmissions.
Sure, just because your radar detector is able to detect laser, does not mean you can defeat it. Once your radar detector alerts to laser, chances are you're already toast. Invest in a laser jammer for total protection!
Chances are if you encounter a cop on a busy road, someone who has a smartphone has encountered them too. Waze, with over 50 million members, allows you to see other users on the road, some who may give you an advanced warning of a trap you may not see.
While in the United States, be sure to enable Ka-band segmentation, utilizing bands 2, 5 and 8 only. This will give you increased protection against cops who like to be quick with trigger pulls. Make sure you do a power cycle for these changes to take effect!
Make sure you wipe down your laser jammer heads before heading out on a trip; while there is nothing you can do about rain, dirt and grime from the road can render a laser jammer system completely inert!