• TBR 700 Real Time for Manual Tracking

    Did you know that if you have a field laptop or a tablet running a windows operating system, all you need for manual tracking is the TBR 700 RT (Real Time) receiver, which can easily be connected to your laptop/tablet using USB? Tracking is efficient using the TBR Live View software, which provides big and readable live data and transmitter history logs. Based on a simple setup file, you get the data displayed directly with the correct scaling and annotation. The live data provides information such as sensor data, ID number, frequency and signal to noise ratio (SNR) from the transmitters. Data displayed from the receiver includes temperature and background noise. In addition to an adaptable audio signal, the green bar at the bottom of TBR Live View displays the signal strength. The data logged can be seen in the window on the right, and it can also be uploaded to ComPort for further analysis.

  • Need Tags for Upcoming Projects?

    Do you have any upcoming projects and need transmitters or receivers in 2018? Tags are already flying out of the office. To minimize production and shipping time, please get in touch with us to discuss your plans for 2018, even if they are not completely certain yet. We look forward to hearing from you!

  • Launching the Most Advanced Receiver Firmware Yet! True Multi-Frequency Reception!

    You may have heard the buzz about multi-frequency receivers before, but behold! Now true advanced multi-frequency reception is available as a firmware upgrade to your existing TBR 700s. Until now, we have had multi-frequency receivers, meaning that you can set and reprogram your receivers to listen at any frequency between 63-88 kHz. The new true multi-frequency firmware upgrade lets your TBRs listen to up to three different frequencies at the same time. This opens up for three times as many tags at the same site or three times more frequent transmits, it's like getting three receivers in one. It also means that there can be multiple projects going on at the same site, which can easily be separated at different frequencies without any overlap. By deliberately choosing which ID to use on what frequency, you can prioritise data from certain transmitters by setting them to a less used frequency, making sure they get through. By setting tags to transmit at different frequencies, it means they cannot collide with each other, resulting in more data output. If you want to take advantage of these new opportunities, do not hesitate to get in touch.