Isn't the word Isotron Latin for "dummy load"?
I had a friend who was a bit of a speed freak (fast driving), ironically he was also a police officer. He asked for my help to evaluate a "radar jammer" that he wanted to put in his car. It was supposed to work in conjunction with his CB radio.
It was a 4' long fluorescent light bulb wrapped with about 50 feet of #16 wire from end to end with the wire ends connecting to the pins at the end of the bulb. Then there was a "special" piece of coax that connected the center pin to one end of the bulb and the shield to the other end of the bulb.
The idea being that if you saw a police car and he had is radar gun pointed at your car you would grab your CB mic and key it on and off in fast succession. The disruptive RF energy would be converted to microwave jamming signals by the bulb and the police car would not be able to keep a lock on your car (this was way back before the days of instant on radar).
Incidentally he was pulled over for speeding, the officer who stopped him also said that the flashing fluorescent bulb on the dashboard drew his attention to that particular car.
I tried and tried to explain it to him that this was a crazy idea but he had it in his head that it had to work because it was the most convoluted design ever seen.
This reminds me of the Isotron antenna.