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Monroe Electronics hired Ed Czarnecki
Radio World | December 15, 2010

Monroe Electronics hired Ed Czarnecki as director of strategry and development.

DAS Eases Centralcasting EAS Compliance Issues
TV Technology | November 30, 2010

To meet this need, we’ve brought on the DASDEC emergency alert monitoring system from Digital Alert Systems. With this system, a DASDEC encoder-decoder base unit installed at our KUTV station is connected via an IP network to DASDEC Intelligent Remote (DASDEC-IR) units at each of our stations nationwide. We’ve also integrated Digital Alert Systems’ optional multistation software for monitoring and management of all systems from our KUTV headquarters.

Checking it out The DASDEC-II EAS Encoder/Decoder
The Broadcasters' Decktop Resource | November 2010

[November 2010] With the FCC imposed “180-day Clock” now running, stations are starting to give strong attention to the new CAP-enabled EAS boxes. A few manufacturers have already brought out new products, although until the Part 11 re-write, feature-sets cannot be completely firmed up – the promise from the manufacturers is a free upgrade after Part 11 is finished. Kevin Raper recently installed one of the new boxes – the DASDEC II – and offers his comments

Robertson on CAP: It's Not Just About Hardware
Radio World | November 11, 2010

This is one in a series of Q&As with industry leaders about the state of EAS.
Bill Robertson, business development manager of Digital Alert Systems, talked with Radio World U.S. Editor in Chief Paul McLane.

News From the Beltway
165kb PDF | October 14, 2010

Digital Alert Systems is well positioned to hear what is happening next with CAP-EAS.

EAS/CAP FAQ
Radio Magazine | October 8, 2010

Now that FEMA has adopted the CAP1.2 standard, broadcasters are asking questions about the 180-day deadline to install equipment and updates to the EAS rules. Those heavily involved with EAS note that it is not easy to give specific answers because so much is in flux. However, the questions still remain, and Radio magazine has assembled this FAQ to help you answer questions from station management.

Digital Alert Systems provides direct integration with FOX Splicer via DASDEC
Broadcast Engineering | October 1, 2010

Digital Alert Systems’ (DAS) DASDEC emergency messaging platform now provides a direct interface to the Cisco DCM MPEG processor, widely used at FOX Broadcasting affiliates in the FOX Splicer system.

Frequently Asked Questions: Broadcasters and Next Generation CAP-EAS
77kb PDF | September 24, 2010

1. What has changed in Federal Communications Commission EAS rules, and how will that affect broadcast Radio and Television operations? ...

Local broadcasters serve as first responders during an emergency
Broadcast Engineering | August 13, 2010

While the president’s proposed National Broadband Plan is commendable in its premise to provide access to the Internet for all Americans, it falls short when it comes to distributing emergency information during a manmade or natural (extreme weather) disaster.
DAS CAP
Radio World | August 11, 2010

Digital Alert Systems said it will provide a free firmware upgrade to support Common Alerting Protocol compliance in its DASDEC units.

DAS, EAS and WO
Radio World | June 15, 2010

EAS equipment maker Digital Alert Systems has announced that its DASDEC-II hardware works with WideOrbit's WO Automation for Radio automation system, which is the former Google Radio Automation.

CoolCast video
Radio World Cool Stuff Award|2010

Bill Robertson discusses the Digital Alert Systems DASDEC-II Emergency Messaging Platform.

EAS Equipment Comparison Chart
BroadcastBuyersGuide.com|2010

The EAS Equipment. Comparison Chart is now online at BroadcastBuyersGuide.com.

Award-Winner: Digital Alert Systems DASDEC-II Emergency Messaging Platform
Radio World | June 2, 2010

Alerting is a big deal right now, given all the activity on the regulatory front and our nation's ongoing need for reliable emergency information.
FEMA Edges Closer to Next-Gen EAS
Radio World | April 21, 2010

'Compliance Clock' Expected to Start in Summer; Chance of Federal Grants to Help is Unclear

Digital Alert Systems to show IP-based emergency alert system
Broadcast Engineering | March 27, 2010

At NAB 2010 (Booth C3651) Digital Alert Systems, a provider of  emergency alert systems (EAS), will exhibit its new DASDEC-II, an IP-based EAS encoder/decoder set that is compatible with the Common Alerting Protocol (CAP). The DASDEC-II system provides flexibility for local and remote EAS monitoring and control..

EAS Gear Makers Support a National Test
Radio World | March 24, 2010

Digital Alert Systems says simulation testing is not enough, that it recommends field testing at the national level to improve the EAS system.
Wall Street Communications Retained by Monroe Electronics
PR Newswire | March 22, 2010

The company's continued growth includes the recent acquisition of Digital Alert Systems, a provider of enhanced emergency alert system (EAS) solutions. ...

Monroe Electronics taps Wall Street Communications
PRWeek | March 22, 2010

The company recently acquired Digital Alert Systems, an emergency alert system provider. If you are a current, paid subscriber to PRWeek, ...

2010 March 18 | BriefingRoom on Broadcast Engineering Magazine
Broadcast Engineering | March 18, 2010

Digital Alert Systems Introduces DASDEC™-II IP-Based Emergency Alert System ... Now shipping to customers worldwide, the DASDEC-II system provides maximum ...

Digital Alert Systems Introduces DASDEC™-II IP-Based Emergency
Broadcast Engineering | March 18, 2010

LYNDONVILLE, NY — March 17, 2010 — Digital Alert Systems (DAS), a division of Monroe Electronics and provider of enhanced emergency alert systems (EAS), ...

Wall Street Communications Retained by Monroe Electronics
Biz Journal

The company's continued growth includes the recent acquisition of Digital Alert Systems, a provider of enhanced emergency alert system (EAS) solutions. ...

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