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A row of lights shows the strength of the transmitter's signal. The receiver also emits sounds to tell when the transmitter is near.
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Michael Pearce / The Wichita Eagle
Dennis Steinman used his love of archery hunting and 30 years in the electronics industry to design a system for tracking arrow-shot big game.
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