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Important Note: The FM100 in 434 MHz will not be available until some time in 2022. This receiver will cover the 434 band until then. It is a little more expensive but it is the only 434 available until that time. So, for another $150 you will expand your available channels.
Field Marshall 500 UHF Tracking Receiver
Available in 434 MHz frequency. (Range: 434 .000 - .499)
* Silver UHF Color Scheme
* Improved Pinpoint Accuracy for Searching when on Near Attenuation
* Better Sound Quality
* Offers Better Temperature Compensation
UHF MODEL FEATURES
*High-end Packaging & Ergonomics
*New Quick-Release Handle
*Small & Rugged Collapsible Yagi Antenna
*Improved Front Lit Display for Night Time Operation
*Narrower Case & Speakers Top & Bottom
*Less Adjacent Channel Interference
*Better Power Line Noise Rejection
*High Sensitivity & Better Range Estimation
*Pin-Point Accuracy & Easy Tuning
*Good Tones & Quiet
*Comes with a complimentary holster
*3 Year Marshall Warranty
This receiver doesn't rely on crystals to determine the frequencies it can cover
The FM500 is the top end technology available. It now boasts 500 channels and it can track any frequency within one entire band. They offer improved sensitivity (now equal to the Stealth), better sound (with 2 speakers top and bottom), a new ultra-compact case design featuring a "Quick-Release" handle, improved LED front lighting of the control panel for night tracking, improved water resistance for use in wet weather, and the latest generation of Marshall's exclusive collapsible yagi antenna but with cable-free operation.
Also, exclusive to the Field Marshall 500 is the addition of new noise floor reduction technology that reduces the background noise while increasing the effective range and tracking ease.
Available in single frequency 434 MHz. (433 MHz custom order.)
FM500: Standard Single Frequency @ $894.95
Note: 433 and 434 Standard length are already very short, so HSL not available or necessary.