Like many people, I insert a new sensor and let it “soak” for a day before using it. That is one way to avoid much of the inaccuracy of a new sensor for the first 24 hours of use.
For example, before my current sensor is finished and while it is still operating, I insert a new sensor and put a used transmitter in it. So for 24 hours I have 2 sensors on my body. After the new sensor has soaked I would like to avoid exchanging the two transmitters. Thus I would like to put a good transmitter (not a used transmitter) in a soaking transmitter but not turn it on for 24 hours.
Would a 90-day transmitter last for 180 days if I used it half the time for 180 days? I would plan on using a one transmitter for seven days and then another transmitter for the next 7 days, etc.