Far Proximity (up to 300 feet)
For studies involving doe-fawn interactions, predator prey and or others the detection radius can be user modified.
NOTE: The actual range of proximity signals is determined by many factors other than transmitter’s power, receiver’s sensitivity, and frequency range used. They can be: transmitter’s and receiver’s antenna elevation above the ground – which are dependent on species under study, animal’s neck size – which determines antenna length and type, terrain, vegetation, etc. It is possible, especially while studying small animals, that what we call far proximity exhibits range of a few tens of feet only.