This is a theory I have since playing with the Belscort Autolock/Truelock false alert suppresion system the employ. For a quite a while now I have been playing with and watching very closely how Autolock works. It apears to me that a false alert lock out radius is not created from the centre of the false alert. But from a pre-determined area.
For example this is what made me notoce. There is a gas station I go to out in the middle of no where it has an automatic door running at 24.150Ghz and Autolock has locked out this false. This is the only K band signal for a hundred miles in any direction.
One day I pass this location and about a quarter of a mile up the road there is a LEO shooting 24.150Ghz. My STi-R+ is silent with the satellite icon spinning and my Redline showing 24.150Ghz. So unlock this signal and the Sti-R+ alerts to 24.150Ghz. I turn off Auotlock.
Now every other time I pass this same location my STi-R+ alerts me to the gas station doors about two hundred yards out but when I'm about a hundred yards out it locks out the signal.
That to me is proof the lock out radii are a pre determined allocated areas laid out over the country. Not radii created from the centre of a false alert.
MEM-TEK also spoke of this. But I can no longer find it due to the changing of the search function.