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We have the right model, at just the right weight and life, with just the right attachment, for your species.

Transmitter Attachments

We've included important application details for each type of attachment.

Necklace Models

  • Most common attachment for pheasant, prairie and woodland grouse, quail, partridge, and increasingly, turkey.
  • Attaches to the base of the neck riding over the bird's crop.
  • Necklace consists of PVC tubing covering a coated, braided stainless steel flexible cable. The cable fits through two holes, one on each side of the transmitter. A metal sleeve is crimped to the cable on each side to hold the transmitter in place. OR, more popular now, models using a Zip-Ty are also available.
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Tracking System Options

Aerial Tracking

You can get a lot more tracking done more quickly in an airplane.  ATS has all the equipment you need to outfit an aircraft - and your animals - for your aerial tracking project.

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Coded Terrestrial Telemetry

If frequency allocation is an issue for your project, consider a coded system. This will allow you to use several transmitters on a single shared frequency, but each will have its own code.

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Remote Unattended

Many presence-absence studies involving mammals use one or more data-logging receivers located in strategic positions. Use of the RDP1000 Remote Data Platform allows you to remeotely collect your data via Iridium satellite.

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Mobile Tracking

If you can drive or boat in, you can mobile track. You can use a simple hand held antenna, but to increase range, use a larger antenna mounted on a mast.

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Manual Radio Telemetry

Homing, pure and simple, with maybe some triangulation thrown in, to locate your animal. Your range will vary and is dependent on line-of-sight between your transmitters and your receiving antenna.

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