L.L. Electronics fielded the world's first transmitters made specifically for the purpose of tracking hunting falcons in 1974, paving the way for a new industry. The concept was simple; take the existing radio transmitter technology in use and adapt it to the falconer's needs. The result was a lightweight, reliable, and powerful yet long lasting transmitter. We set the standards for reliability and performance in falconry transmitters.
Sound and Light
Alternative tracking methods using sight and/or sound instead of, or in addition to, standard RF tracking.
High Power Transmitters
High Output Transmitters push the limits of battery technology, packing the largest punch into the smallest package possible. Tuned to continue working in the freezing cold or the blistering heat and resistant to impact and vibration up to 50,000 g's, these units offer both reliability and power.
Long Life Transmitters
Long Life Transmitters have continuous operating times ranging from 14 days (330 hours) to 55 days (1,300 hours), balancing exceptional output power with long battery life.
The Second Generation of the Merlin Special Series Transmitters, now the 2G Special series, are the latest in miniature transmitter tech. These devices are designed with size in mind, all around 2 grams in weight with batteries installed. Despite being about half the size of other small transmitters, 2G Special series transmitters deliver comparable signal strength and better battery life.