Frequency is another way of saying channel. Just as CB Radio and TV are expressed as channels, tracking systems are expressed as frequency. All frequencies are established and governed by the FCC and international treaty. The receiver, antenna and transmitter must work in harmony on one frequency (channel). The exact frequency is printed on the silver ID tag of each transmitter. If the tag says "219.568," the transmitter's specific frequency (channel) is .568 in the 219 MHz range. Depending on the receiver used, you will dial in a channel or the last three numbers.
Please select the frequency range for your receiver. If you need a frequency that is not listed, select "Other" and then enter your requested frequency in the space provided. Note that there are some frequencies where we will not build equipment. If you request one of these frequencies, we will contact you to discuss viable alternatives.
List collar frequencies to match:
If you already have some transmitters that you want to be able to track with this receiver, please list them here. This will enable us to make sure that the equipment you are purchasing will work with your existing equipment.Note: Some receivers cover a full band and therefore may not offer this option.