... I leave for a minute and miss all the juicy parts
Lets all try to remember that we all love the same thing... countermeasures technology
. In a sense, we're all part of the same family. Sometimes we'll play the role of the student, sometimes we'll teach others something new, sometimes we'll help others by testing their set-up, whatever the case may be, we're all here with the same love for countermeasures technology...
Now to answer Happya$$'s question:
Originally Posted by happya$$
Is it illegal to put "patents pending" on their product if it is not true? I am not sure that is why I am asking.
When there is deliberate trickery intended to gain an advantage, or something intended to deceive, that is fraud. If it was legal to just print 'Patent Pending' on your product then no one would ever pay the government money to have their product patented. You cannot use the term patent pending if it is not true.