Free Avalanche Transceiver Trainingby Tony Ryan - BMC Feb/2011
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The park is complete with nine individual transmitters which can be turned on from the control box in any combination, meaning users can search for up to nine signals at a time, simulating multiple burials or just one.
This is an excerpt from the full report by the BMC.
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