The efficient Mammut Pulse Barryvox avalanche transceiver can detect victims vital data for rapid triage after a slide. Sensitive tri-antenna design allows precise searching, even in deep-burial and close-proximity searches. Dual-mode transceiver can be used in analog mode to enhance range Digital Signal Processing DSP better distinguishes multiple signals. MapView display indicates number, location and vital data for multiple burials. Automatic mode selects victim based on distance and survivability criteria manual mode lets you work your own victim selection. Backlit display with 360deg real-time direction indicator quickly leads user to victim. 3-D motion sensors receive and record victims vital heart rate data, letting you quickly perform the triage required to maximize rescue efforts. Heart rate data is recorded from time of burial use the datas trend to ascertain best resuscitation method. Unit switches from automatic detection mode to transmit mode once user is buried automatically begins recording heart rate. Analog search mode with audio signal boosts usable range headphone jack lets you monitor tones privately. Automatic power-on self-test, group check of signals and battery-monitoring features provide piece of mind before and during tour. Intuitive user interface and case design simplifies operation unique locking power switch prevents transceiver from being inadvertently powered on. Waterproof, shock-resistant case features nonslip rubber buttons and grips for easy operation with gloves. Adjustable bungee lanyard with clip secures around wrist or to jacket during a busy search to prevent inadvertent loss. Scalable software platform can be updated via W-Link connection W-Link data exchange with other Barryvox units optimizes and expedites search.