Laser Blocker

Discussion in 'Passive Countermeasures' started by Autotech198, Nov 28, 2018.

  1. Autotech198

    Autotech198 Learning to Fly Beginner User

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    I have a feeling it doesn't let certain wavelengths pass and just reflects them back. Would be counter productive if you're trying to line your car with those panels haha
     
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    "B-35 Laserguard fabric is manufactured to “confine stray laser plume”, so should a stray beam hit the curtain, non-hazardous smoke may appear and the area may glow, thus indicating the stray beam is present. "
    Subtle.
     
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