[sbe-eas] FCC NPRM on the national test
dparker at TFTinc.com
Thu Mar 11 19:44:26 EST 2010
You may want to look at 11.33(a)(3)(i) and 11,33(a)(9).
From: sbe-eas-bounces at sbe.org [mailto:sbe-eas-bounces at sbe.org] On Behalf Of felucia at att.net
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The EAN code is supposed to defeat the two minute reset feature that affects all other EAS message codes.
-------------- Original message from Art Botterell <acb at incident.com>: --------------
> On Mar 11, 2010, at 3/11/10 3:44 PM, felucia at att.net wrote:
> > EAT audio content is up to FEMA and WHCA. I believe the rules say the EAN is
> the only code with unlimited time.
> That's actually another question, Frank (or anyone). Do the rules actually specify the two-minute limit for non-EAN messages, or is that just an industry
> convention? I haven't spotted the rule section that details that.
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