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Not only is the Pieps DSP Advanced the first three-antenna digital avalanche beacon that can isolate signals and tell you how many victims there are in a slide; it also has a thermometer, compass, and altimeter built in. Now your navigation tools and your life-saving tool are one in the same. Receiving every signal inside its impressive 60m range, the DSP shows how many burials are within 5m, 20m, and 50m. It automatically shows distance and direction toward the strongest (closest) signal without interference from the others. When the victim is located, a push of a button marks the signal and begins searching for the next victim. Pieps knows that technology advances every year. That's why they made the DSP the first ever upgradeable beacon. When they come up with new software, you can send your DSP beacon to an authorized Pieps Service Center to have it upgraded instead of buying a new one.

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5 5

Best beacon around

This is the best beacon on the market right now. It is easy to use and works great in multiple burial situations. The range is surprisingly very good in digital and even better in analog.

4 5

Tech Junkie

Barometer? yes. Compass? yes. Thermometer? yes. I love it, plus you get software upgrades. From what I understand there was a problem with the 1st generation of these where in the case of multiple victim burials there were "ghost" signals. If you have an old one you can send it in and get that fixed. I would have sent mine in but I had to trash it because the screen was smashed and Pieps said there was nothing they could do to fix it. They did offer a generous deal on a new one. I wouldn’t use this for snowmobiling because of the likelihood of smashing your core area on the handlebars, but other than that, this is as very useful piece of equipment.