Laser Atlanta Stealth Mode
"Stealth Mode" is a special operating mode incorporated into Laser Atlanta Speedlaser LIDAR guns that is specifically designed to defeat radar detectors and laser jammers.
Upon Stealth Mode's release, it was able to defeat detection by almost all radar detectors and laser jammers. Since that time, some jammer companies have incorporated the capability for detecting and jamming Stealth Mode into their latest units.
Reportedly, Stealth Mode takes advantage of the filtering algorithms present in most radar detectors and laser jammers. Detectors expect a steady pulse train for police laser. Stealth Mode works by sending out two pulses of laser, after which it then pauses long enough to fool the filtering algorithms, before repeating the cycle.
Regular mode uses a constant pulse train of 238 pps. Stealth Mode sends out two pulses, and then pauses for the next five pulse intervals before repeating the cycle, which results in 68 pps:
In our testing, we found that Stealth Mode takes more time to aquire a speed reading than regular mode, which of course works in the driver's favor.
Want to know what units can detect or jam Laser Atlanta Stealth Mode?
Check out our radar detector tests and our laser jammer tests.