THE MOST RANGE POSSIBLE
The Turbo gives the most range of any falconry transmitter, anywhere in the world.
Using the latest in gallium arsenide junction semi-conductors combined with Schottky heterojunction transistors and high linearity amplifiers to create a new Turbo Mode.
PREMIUM PACKAGING, BEST CASE DESIGN
When you handle and closely inspect the Turbo transmitter, you will see it’s new case design and black nickel color and immediately know it is very different from the any other transmitter available. The cases are precisely machined to very tight tolerances and the threads are always exact, consistent and smooth. The batteries fit snug and secure with no rattle. The metal plating and coloring is high quality so the differences can always be seen and felt.
On a new battery, the Turbo runs in Turbo mode for 16 hours, and then another 4.5 days at standard power (5 days total run-time).
VERY SIMPLE TAIL MOUNT DESIGN. ALSO AVAILABLE IN LEG MOUNT.
Each of the tail springs are uniformly bent to exact tolerances and then heat treated for maximum strength. They are designed to exactly match the Marshall tail pieces, making them secure on the falcon, yet giving just enough clearance needed for the falconer to quickly remove the transmitter with a smooth and simple action. In addition, the Turbo also works perfectly on the Track Pack.
All transmitter comes with a 30-day Satisfaction Guarantee, and the Turbo caries a complete 5 year Warranty. If the transmitter fails you for any reason, simply return it to us directly or an Authorized Distributor in your country and we will repair or replace it. Marshall Radio has earned a reputation for supporting all their products and keeping Customers happy.
A GREAT NEW OPTION FOR LICENSED HAMs
For American (US/Canada/Mexico) Customers who have a HAM License, we can make sure you comply with the requirements of using this band by programming your Call Sign into the transmitter. Your Call Sign will be broadcast in Morse Code at startup and once every ten minutes as required by Law.
If you do not have an Amateur Radio License, you might be surprised how easy it is to obtain one. Pass a simple test, for which you can study all the answers in advance, pay ten dollars and with and 80% passing grade, you have a ten-year license, new knowledge about Radio Telemetry and the authorization to use the non-commercial bands (such as 433-434) not only for tracking but communication and emergencies.
For those wanting to find out what’s required to get a HAM License, here’s a great place to start: How to get your Amateur Radio License