posted on Feb, 15 2006 @ 03:17 PM
I just read the other thread and I have a couple things to add...
1) You're nuts! But a cool kind of nuts.
2) This device will have to be completely autonomous if it is going to work at all.
Any RF to or from the device will likely be detected at some point on its journey and when it is it would take them seconds, not minutes, not hours,
to triangulate BOTH sources and squash them like a bug (one being you holding the remote).
3) Most of the motion detectors are probably IR, so it doesn't matter if you move during the day or night, if your device generates any heat at all
it will be detected. But if the heat signature looks like a rabbit or a small rodent it will likely be dismissed. Move with the wind, day or night
might be the best option there.
4) To keep some sort of control of the device you might get away with a burst-data transmission, preferably on a really obscure frequency. Maybe on a
low shortwave band or something. At a certain time of day the device fires up a transmitter and broadcasts a chunk of data then shuts down. Then at a
different time you broadcast back a chunk of data with new instructions to the device.
It might be doable, but this would have to be a fairly hightech gizmo to pull it off... like NASA hightech!