About TMG Americas
Today's modern police laser guns have incorporated a variable random pulse rate algorithm, or VRPR. This technology, also known as Electronic Counter Counter Measures (or ECCM), is an attempt by manufacturers to prevent jamming by laser defense systems. This ECCM technology has been used for years by the United States and Russian militaries to defeat laser guidance defense systems. These advanced ECCM technologies are nothing new to TMG engineers, and they have had protected IP strategies to defeat this technology in place since 1997.
Analytics Show the Patterns
There are hundreds of possible "slots" in which a variable rate laser gun can fire a pulse. For example here are the first ten pulses recorded from a 2018 modern VPR/ECCM active gun:
You can see the variable pulse rates. These rates can and are randomly adjusted on-the-fly to always be a different pattern.
Todays Existing Laser Defense Solution
Manufacturers of other laser defense systems buy versions of the guns used by law enforcement and record the various patterns and pulse rates. When their laser defense systems "see" a pulse rate they recognize, they "lookup" that algorithm and respond with a recorded or stored response. The problem is these pulse patterns can be changed at anytime by the laser gun manufacturers, and successful laser defense requires the system to already know how to respond to the pulse pattern.
The TMG Solution
Built on TMG proprietary solutions founded and utilized by defense departments around the world to defend from incoming laser guided missile systems, TMG utilizes an advanced predictive modeling algorithm to accurately defend against these guns.
TMG can accurately predict what the next pattern will be with a high degree of accuracy.
TMG methodology to defeat these newer guns is much more accurate than record and download a constantly changing environment and hoping you have the latest database loaded. We had to do it this way back in the 90's as the Russians wouldn't let us borrow their missiles to record all their ECCM algorithms.