Agreed. Sensitivity to -112 makes -41.3 huge.
Found this intersting when thinking about lane assist radar:
For systems operating in the 23.12–29.0 GHz band, the frequencies at which the highest average emission level and at which the highest peak level emission appear shall be greater than 24.075 GHz. (4) These devices shall operate only when the vehicle is operating, e.g., the engine is running. Operation shall occur only upon specific activation, such as upon starting the vehicle, changing gears, or engaging a turn signal. The operation of these devices shall be related to the proper functioning of the transportation vehicle, e.g., collision avoidance.
Tells me that the lane assit, if designed within the law, should not be constantly transmiting and should be vindicated as a cause. The ACC is on the higher frequency, and I believe the back-up sensors are on a lower frequency. 16-17 GHz.