CJ you can probably answer this better than most...but since it happened again this AM and its fresh in my mind...here it goes..
Can you explain the standard MUTE duration on the 9500i? I've had quite a few situations where I've been stumped. How long does a band/frequency stay stored after a mute?
Example: I'll have a false in Kband drive me nuts as I'm passing, and hit the MUTE button once for a standard mute. I'll clear out of the area, and the signal will be gone for quite some time, then encounter an LEO also running Kband, and it'll show - but completely MUTE the signal also. (This can work either way, when muting an original LEO or False, then having it continue to mute something else). This sucks because unless you happen to be looking at the display when the new alert starts, you have no idea he's there. I understand that it must see it as a close frequency of the same band and include it as part of your enitial MUTE....but for how long? Its VERY frustrating that even the standard mute button can screw you, let alone TrueLock.
So the real question is...how does it, and how long does it store that MUTED signal? Is it an ammount of time that has to pass before it gets another similar signal? Or is it distance from the last signal of it? If so...how long, or how far is this before it clears?