Laser jammer testing happens infrequently. It takes time to get together a group of testers and it takes time and money to provide multiple jamming systems. Most of all, it takes a lot of money to supply a range of laser/LIDAR guns for testing. Laser guns cost anywhere from a few hundred dollars (older systems) to a few thousand dollars (current models / brand new models).
Some of you may remember Guys of LIDAR, who were the premier laser / radar testing group from about 2008-2009. There was a void for some time, but the East Coast Countermeasures Testing Group (ECCTG) has since taken up the torch. The ECCTG members test with integrity and fairness in an industry where lack of a bias is hard to find.
LaserJammer.net thanks the ECCTG for their important efforts and for the ability to link to their results. LaserJammer.net is not affiliated with ECCTG; links are provided directly to the ECCTG testing results pages.
You may want to read up on our Laser Jammer Terms & Acronyms Page before checking out the test results.
January 19, 2013 Test – Laser Interceptor vs. Blinder HP-905 Compact
Laser Guns: TruSpeed S, TruSpeed, ProLaser III, UltraLyte 20/20 100pps, UltraLyte LR-B, Stalker Lidar (Pre-LR)
Thanks to ECCTG Member Andrew21 for taking the time to test!
January 13, 2013 Test – Laser Interceptor vs. Escort ZR4 Laser Shifter
Laser Guns: ProLaser II, UltraLyte LR-B, Stalker Lidar (Pre-LR), Laser Ally, Laser Atlanta Speed Laser
Thanks to ECCTG Members xyd, SpeedUp, and powerpuma for testing!
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