What Are Scramblers?
Passive Radar and Laser Scramblers
There are a number of companies that offer passive radar/laser scramblers to US and International customers.
Rocky Mountain Radar, Passive Scrambler Maker
Depending on the products offered the claims of passive scramblers state the product will scramble X, K, Ka, laser.
One passive scrambler is the Rocky Mountain Radar Phazer II, a radar scrambler only; while two other Rocky Mountain Radar products, Rocky Mountain Radar C430 and C450, are radar/laser detectors combined with radar/laser scrambling.
LM Services, Passive Scrambler Maker
The only other company offering passive scramblers (Mirage 2001) is LM Services of Thornton, CO. If you are interested in reviewing the Rocky Mountain Radar products, El Paso, Texas.
See each description, or review product info at the Rocky Mountain Radar web site.
Rocky Moutain Radar VS LM Services
The primary difference between the Rocky Mountain Radar Phazer II and Mirage 2001 is the Phazer II provides a 2 square inch reflecting antenna, and the Mirage 2001 provides a 6 square inch reflecting antenna.
As a passive scrambler, the Mirage has three times more radar signal/noise reflection, but neither product has shown effective radar scrambling at typical distances of 200 feet to 2500 feet from the radar gun.
The C430 and C450 claim to go the extra mile by also detecting radar/laser, as well as scramble radar and laser. They too have small reflector antennas.