Cat And Mouse with Anti Laser Detectors
Anti-Laser Detectors are what drivers use to warn of oncoming police hunting for speeders.
Original laser detectors had short ranges less than .25 miles. The laser detector becomes less accurate as the distance increases since the light path widens from a pencil width beam to over 3 feet in diameter.
Light pulses from police laser detectors are not detectible with standard radar detecting equipment, so driver detection of police lasers was developed fast. The original laser detector's limitations were almost like starting over from the 1950's with similar radar sensor limitations.
Laser detector guns, exactly like original radar detectors, might not be used in moving vehicles. That could be an archaic limitation, but laser sensors have increased detection reaction by working in the 90 GHz range, much higher than Super-Wide Ka-Band radar detectors.
Two industries spawned:
Police radar and laser detection firearms verified speeding drivers.
Driver"anti" radar and laser detection devices warned of local police detection usage.
Industry required to advance.
As police got more sophisticated speed detection devices, so too did the anti-detection market grow.
Can a Radar and Laser detector be detected when in use?
Hardware detection technology was not only on the side of the speeder. Radar and Laser"sensor detection" devices were being developed for use by police officers to warn the authorities that a driver was being warned of them. These devices identified a motorist using a laser or radar sensor being used.
Obviously, this would not have any usage without laws that made the outcome beneficial to the police officer. So enacted legislation gave police additional power to stop speeders mainly who thought they were now"police-proof."
Police proof drivers are dangerous because he thinks he's invincible and invisible. These people today take so much for granted that they cause injuries from their inattentiveness alone.
Can a Radar or Laser gun be jammed?
As authorities detection apparatus increased in frequency and space, it was clear that laws and technology had to accommodate to stop the cat and mouse chase. Signal jammers were developed to send out radio signals that mimicked enough interference and returned false readings.
The laws vary, but California, Minnesota, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Virginia, Utah and Washington D.C. have laws that limit the use of radar and laser sensor jamming devices.
Is It Illegal To Sell These Devices In the USA?
Virginia and Washington D.C. have the most strict laws regarding these sales. However, it is not illegal to sell these devices in all 50 states, since the jammer can be turned off.
Companies that sell this equipment state that the authorities can't detect specific anti-detection gear, so it is the driver's responsibility to follow state laws. There is no great wisdom needed to understand how the merchandise is being developed, sold and used to skirt regulations.