Digital Alert Systems DASDEC-IR
Intelligent Remote package
For broadcasters who are multicasting more than one channel from just one location, DASDEC-IR offers a single platform for distributing and monitoring EAS messages on up to five stations – whether they originate from the same building, same state, or across the nation. By eliminating the need for an encoder/decoder set dedicated to each station, DASDEC-IR helps broadcasters conserve resources while ensuring that equipment upgrades and FCC regulation compliance are more simple and efficient than ever before. The system combines the DASDEC-II system with the company's MultiStation software to support simultaneous or sequential forwarding of emergency alerts to all channels. The capacity to select sequential forwarding gives broadcasters the ability to schedule the alert to air on each channel at an appropriate time, without interrupting critical programs.
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