johnsoliday at msn.com
Tue Mar 20 10:49:51 PDT 2007
Actually if the power limits are low enough they are legal with the caveat
that they cannot cause interference to another service. Very much up to
John RF Engineer
From: scapco at ecentral.com [mailto:scapco at ecentral.com]
Sent: Monday, March 19, 2007 1:41 PM
To: gpzlist at micapeak.com
Subject: Re: Laser Jammers.
Bear in mind that anything that "transmits" is technically
illegal because it's an unlicensed transmitter per the
FCC. Thus the reason radar detectors are "passive" rather
>According to the Cannonball run article in last month's
>Cycle World, the rider mounted some "curb finder"
>or "parking assist" laser range finders on his ZZR14 and
>his cop buddy tried his laser gun on it but
>couldn't get a reading on the bike. He didn't provide more
>info than that.
> Utah Jeff
> '96 SheePz1100
>On 3/16/07, schnowz <schnowz at localnet.com> wrote:
>Anyone have info other links on testing these Laser
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