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Analog Digital EAS Encoder/Decoder
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R189SE V3
New Releases
Monroe Electronics Issues New FEMA IPAWS CA File to Replace Expiring Certificate
One-Net™ and DASDEC™ Users Must Update Certificate Before June 24 to MaintainProper Operation

Press Release (195kb PDF)

ATSC Approves Advanced Emergency Information Specification Proposed by Monroe Electronics / Digital Alert Systems
Press Release (136kb PDF)
Monroe Electronics Announces HALO, Industry's First Specialized System for Enterprise-Wide EAS Device Management
Press Release (180kb PDF)
Monroe Electronics and Digital Alert Systems Issue Guidance Ahead of September Nationwide EAS Test
Press Release (98kb PDF)
Monroe Electronics and Layered Solutions Join Forces for Broader-Reaching Emergency Messaging
Press Release (106kb PDF)
Monroe Electronics’ Edward Czarnecki Appointed to FEMA National Advisory Council IPAWS Subcommittee
Press Release (1
44kb PDF)
Monroe Electronics and Digital Alert Systems Give Custom Messaging Software a Major Upgrade and a New Name
Press Release (1
23kb PDF)
Monroe Electronics and Digital Alert Systems Make Major Upgrades to One-Net™ and DASDEC™ Software
Press Release (17
2kb PDF)
What Someone You Should Know: Dr. Edward Czarnecki Monroe Electronics
ATSC News Letter | April 2018

Dr. Ed Czarnecki leads strategy and government affairs for ATSC member Monroe Electronics, which develops innovative broadcast solutions for emergency communications. For the last 15 years, Czarnecki has been deeply involved in ATSC-related public warning initiatives including FEMA’s Digital Emergency Alert pilot project that leveraged ATSC 1.0 data broadcast capabilities and, more recently, Ohio’s deployment of an ATSC 1.0 EAS data broadcast network.
National EAS Test Results Look Positive, But There Are Issues
TV Technology | September 28, 2017
WASHINGTONAnecdotal evidence points to general success of yesterday’s national EAS system test, according to broadcasters and a major EAS equipment vendor. However, despite the test’s overall success, a nagging known problem stemming from FCC rules that require no delay in the turnaround and transmission of EAS messages persists.
National EAS Test Deploys; Early Reactions
Radio World | September 27, 2017
A big thumbs up, so far.

R189 OneNet IPAWS CAP Suppliers Declaration of Conformity (SDoC)
(PDF 80kb)
R189 OneNet IPAWS CAP Conformity Test Report (PDF 479kb)
FEMA Responder Knowledge Dase (RKB)
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