I had an encounter today that has me questioning TrueLock's methods and operation. Allow me to present a, for the moment, hypothetical scenario: ix user is receiving full alert to moving C/O approaching from the opposite direction @ 24.165. Is it within the realm of possibility that, in the midst of said full alert, ix user could move into the lockout radius of a known <2/3 strength false @ 24.170, thus abruptly terminating the alert and activating spinning GPS icon indicating lockout? In reading Escort's "Tech Talk" portion on the 9500i and the 9500i sticky here, I've become more confused. It seems logical that either signal strength or number of signals would prevent the aforementioned scenario from occuring, but I can't confirm that with either source. Is the situation I describe possible?