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Dennis Doyle Title slide
Dennis Doyle Topics Operation Searching
Dennis Doyle Operation Signal Volume Types Testing
How signal is generated and received Signal propagation
Dennis Doyle Signal Volume Orientation Distance Control
Daigram of beacon orientation to sending unit
Daigram of beacon orientation to sending unit w/antennas Beacon orientation
Diagram of how distance affects signal strength Signal intensity
Dennis Doyle Beacon Types Analog Digital
Dennis Doyle Analog Output the signal directly with audio or visual
Five analog beacons Barryvox SOS F1nd Pieps opti-4 Ortovox F-1 Ortovox M-1
Dennis Doyle Digital Process and interprets the signal before output
3 digital Beacons Arva3000 DTS Tracker Barryvox Opto 3000 (Red)
Dennis Doyle Testing Inside Start Range
Dennis Doyle Start Check Batteries Check Transmit Check Receive
Determine range Start tests
Dennis Doyle Searching Safety Phases Types
Dennis Doyle Safety Search Area Off / Receive
Dennis Doyle Phases I. Locate the signal II. Narrow the search III. Pinpoint / Fine
Dennis Doyle Phase I Finding the signal
Diagram of range bubble Range globe
Diagram of 2/3 range Phase I Signal search
Diagram of sample path using range
Diagram of how Range covers an area using zigzag search path Range Sweep
Diagram of optimal range to search area allowing straight downhill search path to get total coverage Straight down
Dennis Doyle How many Searchers Total available Area size Buried beacons
Diagram of possible search paths for use with multiple searchers and large slide areas Multiple Searchers patterns
Dennis Doyle Beacon Orientation Types Planes When
Diagram of 3 planes and reciprocity of direction Orientation in 3 planes
Diagram of 3 1/4 planes to be oriented through by beacon Plane reciprosisty
Diagram of how to orient the beacon in relation to your body
Dennis Doyle Phase II Narrowing the search Grid Tangential Multiple burials
Dennis Doyle Grid search Signal intensity Fade point Bracket
Dennis Doyle Fadepoint The spot you are at when you can first detect a decrease in the strength of the signal you are hearing
Dennis Doyle Bracketing Orientation Volume
Diagram of a bracket Bracket Diagram
Dennis Doyle Grid search Across 90 degrees Fadepoint Constant volume
Diagram of across and up/down of grid search based on signal strength Fadepont diagram
Diagram of step by step grid search Grid search diagram
Dennis Doyle Tangential Flux line Orientation Signal volume
Diagram of 3D flux line projected onto an avalanche path with a tangential line Tang overview diagram
Diagram of 3D flux line projected onto an avalanche path with a tangential line without a slide in the background Tang overview Diagram no background
Diagram of 3D flux line projected onto an avalanche path with a series of tangential lines leading ot a fine search Tang linked arrows
Diagram of run reorient search technique 3 R 2 diagram
Dennis Doyle Phase III Pinpoint / Fine Interference 2 meter diameter Snow surface 1/2 bracket Probing
Diagram of importance of getting beacon onto snow in fine search On to Snow surface
Dennis Doyle Interference Sensitivity Watches Equipment Metal
Picture of active and passive beacon interference
Dennis Doyle Probing Golden Rule Equipment Grid Tangential
Dennis Doyle Golden Rule Probe unto others as you would have them probe unto you.
Picture of equipment for probing Probe & Shovel
Diagram of tangential and grid fine search probing patterns probingpatterns
Diagram of probing angle relative to snow surface Snow surface
Diagram of probing at flux search snow intersection
Diagram of probing along flux search fine search line
Diagram of probing along flux search fine search line at an angle
Dennis Doyle Remember Morning test Wear it Everyone off transmit Find the Signal Narrow the search Get on the snow
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