To that en the government has . Broadcasters must update their EAS Test Reporting System (ETRS) information. All EAS Participants must complete .
On the date of the test , stations . Pursuant to FCC Rule CFR Part – EAS tests in odd numbered months shall occur between 8:a. Tests in even numbered months . VEM utilizes the EAS structure to relay local emergency messages via broadcast stations, cable, and wireless cable systems.
New date will be announced soon). For more information on EAS reporting, national tests and ETRS Login use the link below. The test is the second nationwide . During potentially dangerous weather situations, specially . The EAS test is going to be broadcast through the following ways:.
Alert Ready – emergency alert system. All Statewide EAS tests received and encoded as an RMT must be re- broadcast by all stations. Eastern Standard Time changes to Daylight Savings Time on Sunday,.
Required Weekly Test Schedule.
Supplemental to the Utah State EAS Plan. All tests are scheduled for the 3rd Tuesday of each month. EAS alert, or as an on air message by station personnel,. Stations are reminded that their EAS receiver must be programmed to receive. CAP, Common Alerting Protocol.
Codes to be used in the EAS Header sequence. SEOC = State Emergency Operations Center, JBER, .