My question is about the products that are sold with the intention of ‘jamming’ police radar.
Even the bigger radar detector manufacturers have begun marketing detectors that do some jamming across one or more ‘bands’…
…but they are always effective up to a certain distance, and never all the way up to and through the trap. Actually, one of the competitive issues between the detectors/jammers is to see whicj product can jam up to the shortest range, giving maximum warning and maximum braking time before being clocked.
For example, one new detector/jammer outperforms alot of the competition by jamming all the way to 100 yards, but can’t jam below that distance. Most can jam up to several hundred yards. Either way, it’s not fool proof. It helps provide and window of opportunity to brake, but it begs the question:
Why can’t we jam police radar at short(er) distances?
I’d plunk down 300-500 bucks for a jammer/detector that would warn me like a good detector and jam the radar right through the trap.