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NWIDC Digital HD10 Thunder to Hopefully Be Able to Decode EAS Messages

Posted on November 2, 2016 at 2:05 PM

The AWL Weather Network may soon push the NWIDC Digital HD10 Thunder one step futher into the future with the abillity to decode Emergency Alert System tones. The already powerful software may have this feature later in the future. Here is how we expect the program to operate:

  1. NWIDC program monitors your EAS Encoder/Decoder for alerts via a USB connection to the device.
  2. If an alert is detected, your equipment will send the signal to the NWIDC software where it will hopefully decode the EAS messages and display a ticker with information from the decoded message.
This feature will be called AWN Alerter and it DOES NOT access any IPAWS server. It strictly monitors your EAS equipment for the alerts. Right now, this feature is still in the thinking processes and right now, The AustinWeather Company/AWL Weather Network can not say weither this feature will be in the NWIDC program or not.

If you have any questions, please email Austin Althouse at [email protected] 

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