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Re: Do jammers work? NO Audi content

In a message dated 9/4/99 10:01:30 PM Pacific Daylight Time, 
hey9811@yahoo.com writes:

> So instead of jamming of "constant, varying" signal, why not jam with a
>  signal that would make the radar gun thinks you're going 20mph (or of your
>  liking) below your actual speed? The jammer would be wired to the
>  speedometer or something. The primary jamming should be strong, with a
>  weaker random signal to mask the original radar wave from the radar gun?
>  Would that trigger the jammer detection?

It is almost impossible.  The theory is good, but in order to do that, you 
would need to make a 'kit' to fit for each and every model on the market.  
There would be no place to PLUG in the jammer.  The jammers now work like 
this.  It tells the police that your doing 35 and then tell the police that 
your doing 250.  He needs to get more than 1 reading, if I am not mistaken.  
So as he is confused, u would of corrected your speed.  

Jason C
89 200t10v
Redmond WA