GT-360 Autolock outs

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  1. Edward4

    Edward4 Learning to Drive General User

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    Quick question: Does Escort live have to be running for Autolock outs to work on the GT-360?
     
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    No.
     
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    Edward4 Learning to Drive General User

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    Thank You!

    One more question... If it detects a K band false and locks it out... Does it lock out all of K band or just that specific frequency?
     
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    Just that frequency at that location.
    The only problem you can run into is if a LEO is at that location on the same frequency or very close to that frequency.
    There was one video where a leo was locked out on the freeway when vortex was testing and he couldn’t figure out how that happened.
    Lockouts aren’t perfect. Some LEOs will sit under a k source to mask their presence.
    Still need to be aware of your surroundings.
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    How wide are the lockouts on the Max360(c)/GT-360? I've seen references to 10MHz, 20MHz, 30MHz, 50MHz, and something about 20MHz K band "segments". Has this been tested?
     
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