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RE: Passive Radar Jammers
I especially enjoyed the severely technically flawed court brief. I wonder what part of "intentionally generates and emits radio frequency energy" was unclear to the legal/court types? "GENERATES AND EMITS". That means *BOTH* _generates_ AND emits. The device in question generates NO - ZERO - NADA energy in the FCC-specified 9 kHz to 3,000,000 MHz range - ZERO. It was also very enlightening to read the description of how it all works combined with the conclusion that it does _nothing_.
Our tax dollars at work! [NOT]
Sent: Monday, June 15, 1998 7:18 PM
Subject: Passive Radar Jammers
<<File: ABC.ZIP>>I saw you were conducting a poll of readers who may have experience with
passive jammers to determine if they worked or not and thought you may be
interested in the following information.
Additional information not in the attachment:
More recent Independent testing of passive jammers.
RADAR JAMMER - PART 1</A>
RADAR JAMMER - PART 2</A>
Our favorite, Rocky Mountain Radar's argument to the FCC in court papers that
the passive jammers they sell don't do anything!
fcc97404.txt at www.fcc.gov</A>
Independent testing agency with test videos for sale.
<A HREF="http://www.speedlabs.com/">Speed Labs</A>
<A HREF="http://www.blinder.com/jammerwars.htm">Jammer Wars II: the Gauntlet
Links providing additional information on radar, laser and countermeasures.
<A HREF="http://www.blinder.com/links.htm">Blinder: Links</A>
Informative web site from the National Motorists Association
<A HREF="http://www.motorists.com/radar/radar5.htm">Radar Detectors and
Web Site for Mike (the lying, snake oil salesman, con man) Churchman as well
as his email address.
<A HREF="http://www.inc.com/users/RADAR.html">Rocky Mountain Radar</A>
Besides the seven plus magazines who have tested Rocky Mountain Radar's
products, all of which reached the same conclusions...that passive jammers do
not jam any radar gun, you may want to contact American Journal, NBC Seattle,
CBS News or NBC Boston for their test results. They too independently tested
RMR's products and came to the same conclusions that were reached in all the
other independent tests - that passive jammers do not work! (see attachment)
Advice: If it sounds to good to be true, it probably is.