I was just reading a thread over in the escort forum where a poster said that he had been saved my the 9500i's Truelock feature. He described driving by a grocery store that he had previously locked out and getting an alert on the same band as the lockout from the 9500i.
I know that the 9500i has a certain range of frequencies which it considers to be a single source for the sake of the truelock feature, and that GOL has defeated this feature using that knowledge.
What makes me worry however is that when I use my V1 around town, I have built in Truelock in my own mind . If I get to a certain point on my daily drive and I hear a K-band, I immediately hit the mute button. With a V1 mounted very high I never even look at the bogey count.
My question finally is this: If I was being an ideal V1 user, and I go by my local grocery store and normally there is 1 door opener bogey and today there is a door opener bogey and a cop on close to the same frequency, would it show up as 1 or 2 bogies?
How close would that cop's gun have to be to the door opener to show up as a separate bogey? How does this "closeness" of frequency correspond with the chunk that the 9500i considers to be a single source for truelock?