Alright forgive me if this has been answered before or if I am just incredibly confused. Let's see if I can word this properly....I may have confused myself.
Let's say I run my 9500ix in A mode. Part of my daily drive includes a main road through the middle of town with quite a few K band falses. The PSL is 35MPH, however traffic varies from day to day. Some days I am able to drive 40-50MPH, while others I am only able to drive 35-40MPH. Let's say I am driving 35MPH one day and at point X I get an alert for a particular K band false. On the next day I am driving 45MPH, and due to the increased speed in A mode my K band sensitivity is now greater, so my alert comes at point Y. If Truelock depends on getting alerts within the same frequency block at point X at least 3 times to lock it out, is it possible it would never lock it out until I was going one particular speed on at least 3 passes? After it's locked out, if on the next day I'm driving at a faster speed in A mode, wouldn't the detector now alert to the false?
What I'm getting at is this. Recently I moved my mount to a higher location, thus I'm getting alerts further out. I noticed I'm also now getting alerts at locations I had locked out. Wouldn't it be best to just remain as consistent as possible, i.e. leave it on the same mounting position on Highway mode ALL the time? This way I'll get the same false alerts at the same locations every time, causing Truelock to be the most effective.
Again if I'm confused, forgive me. I had a long day, it's late, I'm tired, and I've had a few.