Digital Alert Systems, Monroe Electronics and Comlabs Partner on EAS
Lyndonville, NY, and Melbourne, FL - Mar 30, 2011 - Digital Alert Systems (DAS) and parent company Monroe Electronics have struck an alliance with Communications Laboratories (Comlabs) to ensure full interoperability of the Comlabs Emergency Management Network (EMnet) satellite messaging system with the DAS Dasdec-II and Monroe Electronics One-Net emergency alert management products.
The Dasdec-II and One-Net CAP EAS units have become the first authorized integrated CAP receivers and EAS encoder/decoders for the Comlabs EMnet system, providing full support for both CAP and EMnet's network monitoring and control capabilities. As a result, Comlabs users now have several options for upgrading to an FCC-compliant CAP-EAS device.
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