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Cellular service involves interconnected networks of smaller radio transceivers that hand off moving callers from one transceiver to another.
They have the transceiver to home in on that signal from your unit and the probe to pinpoint you and dig you out.In a historically deadly avalanche season, rescuers explain why they race the odds|Cindy Boren|March 25, 2021|Washington Post
To help keep others safe, do not resell old transceivers—recycle instead.
If you’re venturing into the backcountry or sidecountry—anywhere not groomed or controlled by professionals, including beyond the gates at a resort—everyone in your group should wear a transceiver.
The power button will vary from model to model, but when you turn your transceiver on, it’s likely going to beep initially and then flash a small LED throughout the day to let you know it’s still transmitting.
Then he realized that Jen's muffled sobs were going direct to the Pentagon through his transceiver.
Alis Garet, her arms around Don and her head on his shoulder, spoke directly into the transceiver.
"That mini-transceiver we planted p. 99 in your neck for the Gienah job," said Stetson.
In the privacy of his room, Orne pressed the transceiver stud at his neck, said: "Stet?"
Do you mean you've been listening in ever since I strapped on the transceiver?