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Digital Alert Systems DASDEC-II
Emergency messaging platform
DASDEC-II leverages common information exchange protocols and offers a broad range of physical connections and third-party interfaces. Any standard Web-browser on a PC, Mac or smartphone can be used to view, change or activate DASDEC functions. With its optional three internal receivers, it can monitor any standard AM/FM/WX frequency, on any individual receiver with band selection, tuning, level adjustment and even live audio monitoring over the network. EAS alert details are presented on an integrated NTSC character generator screen, or connect the DASDEC to a wide range of other third-party CGs for crawling text overlays or automation control.
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