Does anyone know how far apart the frequency of two different signals needs to be in order for an Escort to report it as a separate signal in Expert Meter? How about for the V1 to register it as a different "bogey?"
K band is the primary band my local LEOs use and a lot of the K band falses in my area seem to be near the center of the band, though only about 75% of the LEO's RADARs are actually near the center of the band. I usually turn GPS filtering off when I need to speed in town (which is rare), and just use Expert Meter to tell me when an additional signal is present. I was thinking today that it's possible I wouldn't get any warning at all if the signals were close enough together, hince my question.