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Re: jammin' jammers

> > 2.) Pretty cool in concept, but generally don't work.

> should read "cool in concept, but expensive to implement"

Yup. C&D reckened that you need about $1000 to $2000 to get a working one.

> has anyone had any experience with the so-called "passive jammers"?
> sounds like snake oil (and seems technically impossible given the claims)

Don't buy ANY passive stuff. According to C&D (that sure give good credit 
to the story, eh?), none of the passive thinges worked -- some of them 
even helped Officer Bob to get you at longer distance than without the 
passive installed. No wonder they are legal.

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